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Digital page images are linked to the text file. eA 11 11111 a YYY THE HIeNMPN COURIER dPrim t 1- 1Teem tie Pulls the Cammetcfai wagon up lh Hill or Success The Courier he9 t Spmbn Good Team Crease the lines or Your Wagon Old Men and Lets HItch Up d V U i A fit N l TUMKnJITOOKT NO HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 8 1907IBTABLInDEO I1f no ir18JAB 1151 vii Here and There tai was pol- tWhCton so wrote one day ittk station on- or You will IrptrUMMt bOW rwM wIl to- asYSwotod r to I r lure iw dipart- ebcl drenduftt- n22- cmo 4 yn t In nther M fuels of Iutwcat U rltWr has ur sossirb rtotriw tupiI II Dios t- es 43Y aid has dwNc titmy- It IM Ittlandc- t Rttetseoshtiwttyou are t Use kitaoo IwU a gMu eEbi i rr elM U mf gad talt alwr- be U dopSdiodlx- Ii floe partios to IIIIiIM Ulat It TTftoMltodaiel l rrJt oMithe r ad nHl Ngn t txntief though IftIiwI t nuuk that Third Ioaswtat C 10 m a vIZy sort r ws wftIt tie glad ipopor pt t1tIb 44M111 bet bavMg anlag acre than any public eAte for tural sewit tttbofthi take a If a1 hojul He al UM newspaper y tine he took r tax proposition oo we are ge as BtwefiM the r BM Because s states are sr- I the DIOR mwit r vmj thorn Is no osWarod so in lee rrroMie bills rI are already In t white rho opts Msos pray to hr a graduated to forty years- tubotlitltei for that age the hark tot W Vat State Leglsla tet alone m to us is In t he fair Southern hifhcsl baohc I r at the age of J e as of forty put proceedsfallen vote lu tax on uis feeling that lor Mutt neces L road to travel i t ttrued In Texas N000 bachelors- tax would drive narrlages There rsensten in Sparta was a punishable Augustusf sixtytDeration disturb s AW taxes bache rrom the age of 1 works IIhe rate gesof thlrtyfivc I should encourage r iS on moonlight Ii whereof we speak t i went out with ai rethe chickens the hens out the togethertto me said theJgq of it afterward M g i The farmers wife had some fine chickens but why should she stand there and applaud them 101 What did you dol asked an amused listener Why I applauded too sale the girl What else could I dol Ceming out parties for girls are generally intended as public wftlSltgtoI osttagebufI A newspaper dooUres that there would be more Rockefellers In the world If young root spent as much effort la money making as they do In love making Perhaps but there Is somolkMg wrong about the young man who would rather make money than to make love Besides hire not we enough Rockefellers nol It Is Bwiptctoftod that President Reotevelts endorsement of the new style of spelling was Intended prljt ifMrtly to help girl sUntgraphers who cant spell aytulsplendidtsUrrlg Hearly all the ehurohos if the tows are lending a helping hud to Stalker Harris hi his earnest on doator to save owls The united gMcIItCtwho take refuge under the cloak of church discord ItThll meeting is a demonctnttoH of the eld time re HfIon without doubt the only kind that wool rub off But Brother religion like the phraseshouldben how many people who profess to have rtHgion M much as know what it Is or what it means How many people claiming to be professed Christians know anything of Its real esjof rient l The word religion was held sacred by the Romans and signlntd aa oath or yow to the gods of that country but the common acceptation of the word Sn these days means a different thing altogether The Christian religion In Ms broad sense means a belief Sao the being and perfsotloM of God and the rove tatton of Ills will to man and In mans obligation te serve and obey Him A man who has religion should comprehendsIprinciples as as a phtyThe who believes In the practice of moral duties without a behalf In a divine lawgiver and with out reference to his will or command knows but little about the true religion which Is necessary to save the soul Religion dont consist In the per formance of known moral duties from one person to another or to oomplywith the statutory laws of the land but it means godliness or real piety In practice and In the per fornunce of all known duties to God and our fellowmen ir obedience to the divine command or from love to God and His law now many persons have bad their names enrolled upon some church book and have said to the world in this way thit they have religion ot when In fact for the love of God they perform but few known duties to him The person who does not perform nil known duties to God for the love he has for God has not that religion that will save his soul after death Religion is something that tells in the daily me of aU Individuals who realy possess it but how many claim to possess it when their lives show in a thousand ways to the con trary It requires region sldes a belief In God to have Look about you and more espec ially examine your heart and see If you are honest yes honest with your God and with your fellow man How many people who claim to have religion really think they are fooling God and their neighbors b living dishonest lives The dishon religionNeither the liar or any other violator of Gods great laws The person who has religion 1Is the exception and not the rule The greatest object In life is lo be in possession of pure and undefiled re- x A Man Who is Making the World Better Rev B Marvin Harris Of Missouri Rev Harris iis at the head of the Union Revival Meeting now in progress in this city To say that he iis an able preacher an earnest worker and a loyal friend iis putting it in a mild form Hgloo Religion if it be the religion that will save our souls moons the conscious relation between map and cod ated the repression oftol relation in human conduct Human observation shows to the world how few people express their religion in their conduct M as tt convince the world they arc in close relationship with God We are getting dollars every day from our Irs Are you not a deliwpoat Think about the matter bring or send us a dollar lls better to have loved and lot than never to have loved at all mutt have been written for the consolation of bachelors who lost out in their love affairs Wont bq a long time until the Hlokman Concert Band will be giving open air concerts We are all getting anxious to hear some good musicIts the strangest thing in the world to forte women that the man who never talks while at home ob jects to the parrot talking all the time The oldfashioned girl1 who cro cheted trimmings for her dress has gone with the oldfashioned girl who liked to cook the family meals A Constable at Barlow Ky one day last week to secure the pay ment of a forty dollar Railroad against the Illinois Central Co in his county closed the office of the depot at that place locked the ticket case and all properly- the of company He would not even permit the agent to get a bucket of coal to replenish the fire lie attached a freight train and all the cars in the town He said If the judgment was not paid In a few days he would stop the company from doing any business at all in the town If it will abolish smoking compart ments on the trains women will support Mr Bryans government ownersbip of railroads policy The training of the boys is gen bcoauseypapa doscnt want them to prizefighters or politicians It is estimated that John D Rockefellers wealth amounts t0 about 300000000 Although we do not desire to appear selfish wt frankly say that we would be con tent to live on his incomes g March 10O6- Plflylhree dogs had been regis tered for taxation in the city limits I MmpHnnre with the new dog tax taw A statement was printed in the Courier showing the increased business at the poctofftce in Hickman ia the past few years Dr S K Davidson had just re turned from a trip to Havana Cuba and to Daytona Ha where be attended the automobile races The Hlokman Athletic Association held a business meeting preparatory to the opening of the baseball season for 1906 Leander Robertson a merchant at Fulton resigned Local opltonUls won In the local option election in Milton Work was progressing nicely on the new artesian well Workwas begun toward rebuild- Ing Cayce which was wiped up in dames a short time previous Chas Kistner operator at the Western Union office in Hickman was promoted to the Mobile Ohio office in Union City Last week he was promoted to the Chief Train Dispatchers office Hickman Grocery Co was organ hail Bast Prairie suffered a disastrous Are Negro John Smith was killed by Bob Shelby in Jack Martins restaurant Clemmen Caldwell Awhile going from Hickman to Crystal and while crossing Reelfoot creek while swell ed was drowned in view of his companionOtto rtweek celebrated his seventieth birthday I Money market continued to show I much firmness Sharp advance in cotton prices Census ginning report made total crop 10697013 bales against 10 697310 in 1904- Beginning of gold imports Ex change more or less irregular with rates low New York stock market more or less irregular with fluctuations erratic but undertone on the whole lirm Secretary of Treasury announced he would deposit 10000000 of Government cash in bank depositories Try theCouriersWant Column 5 nn nn nnn ten l7 s uk mi Fashionable if i Spring fabrics U Wo nro now uhlo to show you complete lines of every kind of iheroImndtBo and vo advise enrly purchases OH it will be very hard to find what you want Inter on and impossible at present prices fCALL IlND IlSPECTI iThe new Dress Goods Wash Fabrics Laces- Embroideries Ribbons Long Silk Gloves Belts Purses Novelties Etc Etc Our Millinery Departmentii IH again under the charge of Miss Bourno and Miss Rogers tho ladies who 80 capably managed this department last season At our opening which will bo announced later wo expect to make a display of stylish millinery never before equalled in Hickmantt Wo nro now showing a stylish lino of street hati 1 tW- f i SMITH cAMBERG I III Attention Subscribers If the subscribers of the Courier will call at the Courier office before they begin to plant their garden it is probable that we may be able to make the visit worth the while to them Asher Kennedy the popular young clerk at Helm Ellisons drug store severed his connection with that firm Friday and begun work at Percy Jones Cafe where he will have charge of the soda fountain He will remain here six months and will then attend a school of pharmacy in Louisville Asher is one of our best young men having come here from Wingo about two years ago and has made scores of true and loyal friends who will regret to learn that he will leave the community In so short a time Tk Xrw Xo IHW Un1f Ouu Bk Uwre raw weHIi t Herded If nil Multi Mr were Ilk Ili Hhap OlIVia IMr tnwl- h Oran for fur xI earn Thu HIHHMI law- Huw hOqlllnw hat r1I M4Hi Inlet IRIo nuiKk inlxtHrw It inuit Iw IHIHIM HH the MII nw imenve fftr IliU rewm methora nwl HthenI- SHltd IpIrl Oil IwrtHa Hr luuHk rtir Nw i l IIke inwlklla Hhwiiw- mr Itli HIo m IIi J U lllljU hy kiw IM on the kta9 Awl US Hut mrir Mfw IMI It H unkl 10 Iw I tb x Ikwt vHmrlMM twk rw hnA7r Hlnititu7 tmrltMktrtjr N11h hap5le9RkHltflOP Ew kIuD with olhrr nlwlre Nu Ute iwlMHt wiMhIh rviriSHliWtiHR nlwnjr lt kuuPV- Ihw I 0r v Hilltpl rodlMt U url HHy other Holil h Have You Paid Your City Tax For 1900 If nbt you must pay same this week to save cost of advertising as all delinquent tax will be advertised in next weeks Courier so se me at once and save this extra cost G L Carpenter City Marshal Rev Irl R Hicks the weather forecaster has copyrighted his weather forecast thus prohibiting publishers from reproducing his forecastes In any form but we can say that he predicts some very ugly weather for the first two weeks in March lIe has heretofore given permission for the publishers to reprint his forecasts but he says if they are permitted to do this it would deprive him of a living Per haps he is right he is a pretty good forecaster anyway A dollar saved Is a dollar made Then order your coal from the Newton Coal Co Telephone 94 ruaa y a Prepare This Yourself t For those who have any form of 1 blood disorder i who want new rich blood and plenty of it try this Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take In teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime Any good pharma cy can supply the ingredients at small cost This is the prescription which when made up is called The Vegetable Treatment i by others the Cyclone Blood Purifier Ittacts gently and certainly does won ders for some people who are sickly weak and out of sorts and is known to relieve serious longstanding V J cases of rheumatism and chronic quicklyMake and try it 35943 I Last week Mr J R Turner sold t 1 the Elite Cafe to Messrs Vaulx Wit llama and Richmond McDaniel and 1 purchased the restaurant recently owned by Mr Williams in West Hickman Mr Turner is in Fulton for a few days and will return short ly to take charge of his new business ti The other two gentlemen have assumed charge of the Elit 3 Cafe and solicit a share of youi patronage ALICE ROOSEVELTS WEDDING w MtmvtkUM lo l + rwnntal IB them 1ter if lildonr llerlMH luulxwntieknuwleiurl Itthe immtnrt uf hire rwtfttbtUir A IuMiir cHra for blues IwwlMvkm UIJUtIII tlliiMHlI fevvr HH I all II1w foinplntuu J 0 tltldtk loin Itntk drk wrftetl- 1I IHIIu a aka nlet IIvvr flltllllelat known BIto url 5f x rani Il dnkItiff I Murk l+okt IT CuwiilllSi Uruit Mum and Helm k HIII of t Judge J E Robbins formerlyajudge of the Fulton Circuit Court twill be appointed special judge to try the Caleb Powers case at Georgetown this summer He tried the case the last time it was tried and says he will accept the appointii ment if the regular judge will not try the case WANTEDGentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at home or abroad to suit If desirable the beme may be used as headquarters Weekly 1 salary of 1000 per year and expens es Address with stamp Jos AtAlexander Hickman Ky 37 a i I d off 4 I I 5ii wu4 The follow LK palm wwa uggrnHM litn Mar JUrrU lav6rltii lUpKiMun TifiP IWrrb nd i CSP 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day for the opining of the Union Meeting A fine daylarge crowds and glen ous services It is a thing of pride to see so many of our Christian people work ing harmoniously in the Meeting 44Whynot have a perfect unity of all religious forces at this good time The afternoon services are special ly helpful to Christian Workers Those who heard Bro Harris ser mon on Soul Ruining Wednesday afternoon wilt surely never forget it Rev B M Harris is a man of many and rare gifts and a strong gospel preacher His old texts plain speech vivid illustrations and earnest soul and great sympathy together with a richly cultivated voice make him a master of assemblies and an Inspiring preacher Brother F K Stover knows how to direct a choir He is a skilled musician and has a splendid voice The large choir of over 100 voices together with the Orchestra are making inspiring music and will increase in efficiency as the meeting progressesMostly women attend the day servicessome very busy house keepers find time to beat all the services But the men are very scarce Why is it so Do our business men think less of righteous ness than our women Or do they love their business more than they love the souls of men Since the business men are closing their Itores at 7 p m quite a number of them and their clerks come to the night service This is right May we not hope for a still greater concert of action toward making the Meeting a glorious success To make people better in heart assures a more substantial citizenship and improves the finances of the community Bro Harris on Consecration Which is worse to carry the dance to the church or to carry the church to the dance 1 The Baptist and Christian people put their members under the water the Methodist pour and the Pres byterians sprinkle waVer upon their members but the tongue comes out as dry as powder Notice I will be in Dorena moving houses three weeks from th date of this issue March 8th Any one wish ing houses moved I will be pleased to move them J M THOMPSON New Madrid Mo 41 A Big Day Saturday was Hickmans initial Horse Swapin Day and the thing was a success from start to finish Buying trading and selling of beasts of burden were to be seen on any old corner There were so many transactions made that the Courier man lost heart trying to keep up with them the job was too big This event brought a good crowd th town and made Saturday busy day with our merchants and cost no one a cent except the Courier and we gave our space and aid with a free good will Lets keep the thing going Come back and bring your trada bles on the First Saturday in April The charity which oegins at home is apt to be out when poor relations call Have Yo- urEasterpfcM SuitMade to order by the Royal TailorsOf Chicago and New York See their line of new Bpring Samplein our Show Windows We show entire patterns of cloth 1 Fit and Satisfaction iis guaranteed Price as Low as readymade Suits I Ellison Bros t- Hw n I Killed on Island No 8 Mr Robinson was shot and killed Tuesday mottling on No 8 Island by Chas Beckham whp 11 well known to many people m Hick man It is claimed that he shot the man purely in self defense As we are told upon reliable authority the trouble leading to the killing was about as follows Mr Beckham has a contract with the Southern Wood Supply Company to supply paper wood He has a number of men cuttingwood for him by contract or by the cord Saturday last Mr Beckham was taking up some wood which had been cut by other parties Those parties had left holes in the ricks to test Mr Beckhams meal ure When he took the wood up he docked for these holes which was taken by the cutters in a good humored way which is as a matter of fact customary- On that day Robinson is said to have made the remark that if be was docked be would kill Beck ham Sunday morning Beckman was taking up some wood and while so doing was approached by Robin son who told him he must not dock his measure Beckham told him he allhcstrated and told him he must take his wood up at the measure he dic tated and Fay him the price he dic tated Beckham told him be would take up the wood he had cut that way but that then he must leave the camp for he would not have a mania the camp with whom he could not get along pleasantly Seizing Beck ham by the seoulder he raised an ax and told him to promise him that he would accept his measures pay him his own price and let him work there as long as he wished Under the circumstances there was nothing left for him to do but to promise He told him that if he attempted to dock his wood he would kill him and that he had a notion to kill him anyway Another man present at tempted to interfere but was told be would kill him also Mr Beckham feared to leave his home so remain ed at home Sunday Monday and Monday night and Tuesday morn ing Several times during the morning Robinson passed in front of the house apparently looking for trouble Finally he came to the deer of the commissary which is in front of his residence and told Beckeam to come measure some more wood He was frankly told that he was afraid to go that a threat was made Sunday against his life and that he was afraid that he would be killed At this juncture- he replied yes you and- I am going to kill you now i so saying he stepped up into the com missary door with a hammer in his hand whereupon Mr Beckham fired three times at him only one ball taking effect entering in the center of the chest ranging down ward and making Us exit in the center of the back or a little left ol centerAfter first threat was made Mr Beckham fearing violence sent to Hickman for Sheriff Scat to come and arrest the man He was still waiting for him to come when he wat forced through self defense to kill the aggressor Beckham has been arrested and will be given a preliminary hearing MondayH Barrett of the Farmers Hardware Undertaking departmentt went to the place of the killing Wednesday prepared the body for burial and brought it to Hickman where iit rmalned in their establishment until yesterday when it was interred in Browns cemetery The dead man leaves a wife and several children Best goods best service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw Bet terswoiih Mabel Vicinity theafternoon onMarchMrs Blanche Worlds who was nephewduringglad to state is improving The New Hope school is again in action after the overflow and it is I I We Are Here With The Goods New and Complete Line of r MillineryLadies Laces and Embroideries IMCisiB Xjillio 3E3Coll tndL One of the best trimmers that could be found in the cities assisted by competent help will be with us this season If you want your hat to look just right come to see Miss Holland We are now receiving our early shipments o- fpLadiesI and Mens fine SboesNv Theyre made right and fit right and the price is always right We keep the Quality up and the Price down No plugs in my stock Cash Shoe Store o o D DW 00 hoped that the last few weeks will be both interesting and progressing Will Johnson and Bon Alexander the carpenters engaged in building a barn for George Terrell visited the home of G L Darnell en Feb ruary 28- David Morrow recently of this vicinity is very much missed but we are glad to learn he is with his family well situated at his 4fcw location six miles above George Davis with aids arrived on his gasoline boat accompanied by his family on a nice house boat with skiffs attached He is from Brookport Ills His nets and fish ing apparatus are ready and we are glad to have him with us About sunset on March 2nd Mr Phelps a well known stock raiser was riding on the main road near Mr Darnells barn yard when his hone broke through a crevasse Fortunately the rider sprang from the hnjse without injury With a few assistants he rescued the horse Dorena Guy Hall went to Medley Wed nesdayN Parks returned from Cairo Monday Harry Manuel went to Cairo SaturdayMrs CayceSaturdaySalurdayL Hinshaw is in the hog bust l nets this week Ben White drove a fine lot of hogs over to Hickman Friday l Mrs Stella Hall went to Clinton Saturday to visit relatives The ground bog surely didnt see hit shadow from the looks of the weatherMesdames Crawford and Alex ander went to Hickman Monday shoppingThe sheriff of Charleston neighborhoodlast John Dick is rejoicing over the advent of a fine boy at his home Saturday Rev J L Lucas preached an in leresling sermon to the people of this place Sunday thehead I ed quite a lot ef corn Easter Sunday falls en March 31 and an early Easter is supposed to betoken an early spring- J H Pickett bought seine property in lh vicinity of Hlokman and Intends moving ever soon Mr Tompson the house moving man of New Madrid is here moving the ware house for Mr Bryant and will move several other buildings while her- eAnother Feather In Our Cap Mrs Roy MoKlnney of Paduoah nbc May Paris of Hkkman was in town this week and appeared before the city council Informed the members of that body that the Daughters of the Confederacy would in the near future erect over the gates at the City Cemetery a memorial aioh She stated that the piece of work would be sculptured in Italy by an exconfederate and as the sculptor stated would be the handsomest piece of work in the United States The piece of work would ordinarily oust about fifty thousand dollars but the sculptor has agreed to do the work merely for the cost of the material which goes into it There will be a grand arch in the center of the driveway into the cemetery through which a funeral car with driver mounted can drive and on either side of the grand arch will be a smaller arch for pedestrians Over the grand arch will be sculptured the names of the confederate soldiers who are buried in the cemetery She proposed to the city council that they build the foundation for the archway and to this they readily agreed This will be something nice and something which we can boast of The work Mrs McKinney states will be done within the next year Mr and Mrs Ed Townsend have moved to Hickman and will make this their futue home Miss Irene Amberg has returned from a pleasant visit at Faragould Arkansas Sunday Union Service the Court House Preaching at 10 a for children and young p mFor Men Only 73l j At the same hour will be preaching a Lip Church for the women IL who cannot And room 04I A House These sen LLt- for the purpose of gr a able seat to every nun r A New Arrival I am a little babyt s the home of Mr and Mr ty McMullIn last Mondaya I have been in this w r it su while Ill have you jrIiboss of this house W I rx anything all I have to JtH voice then everyone wiretL to find out what I war nem and blink at em ar w jolly fun My papa v I J little Chinese with a rf Sa that I only weigh eigbt I dont think he is lose my guess If I don r feet before the winter j Ung C up in the middle r There Is a sweet woman e t ls k me She is good to me Ilief right now we are going ft sea all right I am the own J a t1I voice which I cultivate r TV tJr if you dont believe it as acg bors Som day I am r rtoI the I T Club then tNr Y tit something doing Owm W arrival in this town I ha i 0 tout fctfl in society and hav K t1 few people Doctor H t ln called on me and was quit irwj He was my first visitor wr I CJI to town If my name II tealrr calling list would be pleat fa tirt you put it there Papa lass d3Ct d Prather shall have the bcor naming me and until thrnI tJI subscribe myself Little rght Fo2 der ifcto Gasoline a t Ibe Courier i r r T ThY J I t j 1- Y I Mr is R Slover J Leader and- Organizer of 10 Hickmans I J GreatestChorus of 150 Members Mr Stovur iitt n born imirnoinn 1 1 rk r with Kov 1J Mnjvin Hnrrfe IUMATISM CURED The Circulation Stimulated ti and 1he Muscles Joints lubricated by using 51o s Liixinxeixt Price 25c SOc 6100 rtrSold byall Dealers W 5oaris Treatise On The Horse Sent Freef II Address Dr Earl SSloanBaslonMas J Ii1lL1 11 TELEPIIONE TELEGRAPiio1 OA-l iisUnooI linos nnd tolophonoa otI- 11pany onnblo you to talk almost re In Southorn Indiana southorn Kwntuolcy Tonnoflsoo Mlftslnslppl llilani l Wo oan put you In qulok AQtory oommunlontlon with tho of this grant sootlon of tho country ii it your pntronnKO Raton ronson Equlpmonttt nnd factlltloa unsur ere r t LKLANO HUMP T D WU- N1t I Orat naar IrII GREATER LouIs1Lu I WEFAREFORRDUNDJRIPBYRAILORRIYER MAR I83O t CREATOREANDt1ISBANDOoVernment any o1 erGreatptrra li PRESIDENT Y ROOSEVELT J 1ILL k 11rL Y VEri y and i krr 8 LETS YOU SERE ALLIJIf f if ART AND- ITERATIVEI- a TEDDT AND cCABINEI ALL LEND AID TO THe GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION SCORE OF GOVERNMENT EXKIBUS Much OltMlal Interest In the Ofg Event Which Win Open March 111 Tiiwxlere HoosoYeJt Iro Iont of 110 UnltoU Statue Wtlam IL Tuft HM1reo tarr ef War I Mlle M Shaw Her- tars nf 110 TwuHiry V II Mdlnalfe itewrtUry of thn Navy Imtmtulor Tftfitwal Cwtttlyfeu and Patent Copt iHtMtantir Alton all having joined too BClhw with UM erflrtata of the OrMlor llwlvtNe hptkm Company In their Kef to ebulR attractive ethltx IU for Uu MR l vtorllle ovont It Ili now IiMur4 that OHViTllle will be a14 In olror lo her vlciior front Motet IS to Jfl an nporiwHliy of i e ini the neat navel tnll rtteii of nov ernmnwi hlMU ever chawn In any 0nat sr Mltleii IreeiklAt IteeMvitU IHM Rt ro Mlr nRrr tJ IB prey the but ton wfeirh will ftWrlaltr Mt the expo MMhw in mntton nnd boa iMtnMlei B rHary boil la Hake the nereateaf- yarrnnseawde for the raroineny whtih w II IM iiUrw In his efflM m Mnroh IK The MBwrMHtfint exhlMli are now In- pltlreso Af nMklmg U hi NmhwvtML aM that wttt aMa be en UHlIr way t lAkvsf l wiMNw UMV wilt beaon by- rwwrtta KwatMiMfUm and iliac- eWkewslps M Weil an the pnple In a Mto4 Ifipf Imllanit and Malli rnd ILIKMIN teen nearly all tko tarns rttlM In she alt RM1i whore the a Ieetvllk ItxpAaitie U about in w kput4 Tho arnHmmnan- twUh j Wf IMMNM 4 rlM IW MMHlU- lit ItnvwdHT In 4 T MW Irn111la 1 dst mt rho ilapiilrlne OMnawRy wile i rwMMty nMis4tMl hr IVM levy 1181 W tMrldaeit ho h r wham nad1 INy I sp tw Weklapa IMng- psbarh I eo11P4 hy ICs iNHir 1iiriiay i rope Mkt tilqrnerint iW eIl- Acrin I Has to i toiP bli n 4 ttlpe- wlp I ha ties t Iwutvnk fmrn the I Tv a sry flyarlMwt Meipltp 1 hiII lilf UM intrMawy of tN The home of the Louisville Com work of the Greater Loultville Epo Bate and Nee varlwut IWHM of IB tP i Hal rrviHM atanitM whleh hove Isxa i r rni aerlod01 etlr aatb ali nf line h flf IkeMi MchtUlr ate v rv M I n1Wr awl h evy Uoml WM- rr n ti of IM UifMielilan OeniN9ny- sh lrB that lIK4l San fwlHW1 fcle nit end taken very tMWMiitton la pink t hem frwm hare nr KM Tlii e- PthiMla It m attr rHvr4y framn with the + Iew of nllewing this Phkot peeM lIlt nrtw lion Wtiieilt bundling Thny wl tot IInr Use illrret mitMrvMBn of i HlMiH4r Itt Ikr War Itw IM + n ent who It la InIlPMe l lit prr hererrRtnfBi MiiHtrvtolM over all navern trriii rxhMia ItMfclea thr Mnmiw MMl tnrn r nnlM the TwiMirr Dejuirt punt lia Penaenled In vend In IM011 yH A rrMNv canUlnlnit nil the mm afti ui h harp twen vftift In IndlvMH ate m IlmRmtw alw the firm one whim a 4ft vnled lo Otorw WneliliiK in Ti lamlabl hays A VftlHP In 1 101 And mnm rlny Tht romn pgimrrP vnrleua dewto of heroin nnI iHiertrnft pod thntilil Ira view E1 alb intHHM Inlerrttt dy all who we lltrm Tree Vary neiwrtment will IniJ In lo silte n m jU8l of Jit Ixulhlp- K murky wliljh will show In every I r IvoaI ot re rt lra nhtmfltiine Tho model will ho IwoJve f I lone And will oeenny the rtajre of tii nnr In the great nwrblp ItfWiy In ho KxiHMltlMi llIWIntr It will lie lli I ahm P nil who onlnr the hwlld Ine win fllf IL ntHl will hove en op liiimiiv lo study IU nwMranpe AP the p pht of KwlMeWy HHVH n iimgniU rent Hwr nervfre Ifl al 111NllI nil Ihll hiiiiiliip it will be tnlcrsatln to nr b tl manner of vewtl ll lIII an there I hanlly a comnninltj In the Riiie whir li dlll not wntrlWit lo the fii I Whir was rnlawl for Hio par- rbnrp of the silver ervUe nIIIHio i iIIU l modell there will tJ optic UM fl Nivy P p iliiicnt a ttunii r- al ii vilirrt photograph showing the arlou4 KM yeasts et UM rave undo r b f v varlM emdlllone TM exulWla frwn the Nvy Ofpurtmnnt will wrely lend H green deal of enllBlitetimmtfor thoN who nve far intend and do not Iree fHfiii a+ tHD IH tench with thlriK of the re Th war l iwrtment requlnltlonlne on MI Knh iHtaMl Arsenal will end to M ttrotor I Htevllle KxiKMitlon a Mr Hoti pro awl Iwr rail Are Rtint bbb MWIW at the Hmtnunlllon ttI ity tlwHi Twnty Und of the Hflf HAW In 1tH In UN Unlie HtatM Arm ml a atnml nf flat will ales III wni In ender ta chow mme nf ihn npnnloa nM4 hf the Unite Htaten Arwy in the IlilHujMno lulntiii ih War iMipartment aiN wnd In the K pMetilmi a earl to wblch will hp altar h erf n Hf also mt nf a eeraUm whl h animal IN a jiomillar lonklnK nx with horn like these of a KOHt whlfh grow Our of the uhlaa of hla limit from tree feel in fear Mid a half feet long Thoee who Have braced no war datMter will bo aaaiiralely Known whut dnmrcr lurkii over Iboni who tf forth to tattler and there will be many torn all parts of thbi State who will yea whet their fatterr before them fareil and they an a ruleI are nHtlNft1 nC r41 In fnM In d fene of the flag TtHwe etMMIa will be hipped la Nor talk far the Jame i ivrti i otllen uran M the Irwter I Hlevllle IKKUil Ilea rIoer In every rrrprt M War DetmriHient trfeited I be nmaler l iula- vllle ontetala with the one ourIey- and aUnnlton Unit they have Memrdetl to effietah ef other gnat eipoltloni pMrThe PMtftOTre Deewrtmeflt CItue nt Nt in the itqneal 01 the Greeter IMils yeti HxpanUlnii nmrIAM in etOaMlh In 11M llxh eMt H INlWtilK a modal HiU Htnn pentmee which will nhow ttirmMbiMl the oxpeMtlon parted the IMIMIIINR ef Pnlteil KlntM twills Ana 4rnaih fHiUire In Ute potnmo erHhiu frwn the dead letter omit will Ii Ib8 ui It to MM by neat who tote Mwn Urift tined letter etJiMilt that II II among the rant Inlereetlnx exam pIN if IM werk drvte by the ISwt ofTtre I tMrtMient that run is fmi nil envxhro When the nxpnwUtoM rtot the oxiieaHlan Jt8fowill IM put In Hue u a t tev1He tMlHrtettea 1L ailm Ike 4Ker tnhlMU of the TtMNiirv IMpartian1 It wee at Apt pr wwi M ik MlMalf ef the expivM flea m iirrow frmn the Tvcatetiry n v IMrtnHWI a rnln stAnlfflniC HMrbllie slnn wMt to nMhn the txp tlee- eaevpelff Wh n It wen mood UMI a din RM llr In lolnlli WMat UO dinwt erclal Club under whon auspices the M on le being done replica of ib trec ury machine In tho prawrNiKNi of hla btMlneaa It was iierMoil the the MMiviwir raltHi ef the ttMlitew emiM be betttr ma li by ihiIaHlwvllle etMMWR awl tills plan WM aiMMMl e that the ertw ilttfln pvu to the nmiier of aiMt Jt1 MHI vnIIra will be truly Hverylblng Made In IAtutat1Uo 0 EXPOSITION DRIEFO I Matter of Dig IImportance Put In a COmenserf Form TIle hirt l kfteponi of IxHiUvllle reo I oRnltlog warm friends and oW Men U In all Kenm hlniw have annetinrml Hint no ailranre In their rotes will be matte duHni the zpoMtten iwlml They ne wall tia all other dlliuiia nf IxHtorlllu nn utrowrty for IxxiUvllle HHd for lKenlHehy ell Uto time InRttnlAHS ICcniurktana will pod much lo plooM lliflin In the display of Invatitlona which la now nlmoftt rom 11lo In the Onnter loutavllle iixlltrell lion livery Inventor In I IIBVO hna been niked lo nxlillHt the offspring of hi InRrniilly nod Him rcault will Im a rwmrkfllilo ahowlnR It may ho Hint fltnt visitors will lie uMe to gel Ilium InfllltiK Idena trot thin dlnplny- II10HkvlltE itreeti will ht brilliantly lllinnlHatiHl during the two weeks from Marrh 180 W Tho llvl4on of Work which ban thin In charge will havo lote of work on their honda for lmilivlllo slrtrde nn long and wldo Imitation of the Orcalttr IxiiiUvlllol I r l MHhn are Mill alrunnly In 11 itnee In nil IIktlhllocl Kansas City will follow IxMilnvllln1 load noel your wording to tho latont ndvlcot from the city on the Knw Many oldtat Inhnbltanta hove r- Elloll former exi o lthiu Riven 1 In Dullsville and till llrintur UuilMvllto K position destr nut sulfur any by runt I parlsou with thom f LAtA H 4 Weak Kidneys 11Jle y UM fIIomIItb God tblrwmtowM not In UM orcui tell but In UM nets Uul control and ffutd rid l spa oily pprrrtInet UI llloactIIwlraac tatk Mhrt or It wet It the attn mMi or UcUtk and itront II you ban wmptonu or LrlebuoroUwr dhtnlng or dnterotu kid IWT dueaa UT IIrI1oopelletlhUIDOOth I wnII SheepsRestorative i ALL DEALERS Back AginJ- ust like the patrons of the Courier Want Columnall come back again Are you one of them 1 Then you know its a fact If you are notwell we would not deceive you for such a small amount Try it Itll surprise you Do it today I i faicthn 1 j One morning I was awakened with a strange new joy in my soul It came to me at that moment with indescribable poignanoy the thought of walking barefoot in cool flesh plowed furrows as I once had done when a boy So vividly the memory came to methe high airy world as it was at that moment and tbeI boy I was walking free in the fur rows that the weak tears filled my eyes the first I had shed in many years Then I thought of sitting in quiet thickets in old fence corners the wood beeind me rising still cool mystetieus and the fields in front stretching away In illimitable pleasantness I thought of the good smell of oows at milkingyou do not know if you do not know 1It- hought t i of the sights and sounds the heat and sweat of the hay fields thought of a certain brook I knew when a boy that flowed among alders and wild parsnips where I waded with a threefoot rod for trout I thought of ah these things as a man thinks of his first love Ohl craved the soil I hungered anJ thirsted for the earth I was greedy for growing things IMet FuUtr A BABY 10utItouAtl1IyI Ule kotfte mitt will If ruu slve It NIslle1i Ihrniu VeriiitfUve the- ltw1tlltIrJIr II hwleleellY NIflllIuMI Tlill 1IItMrdlietrlyja reur11hI the lrnIIIUIIIL tl tare Or rhutiJ lTiIA molter wllb trlllnI- f altrIl 1111 n liettte of N title 1111VftIllUiiilt9 twre It la 1111 Kffttil 11417h A I HlllwH Notice All persons holding debts against the estate of Jno W Stowe de ceased arc notified to prove same as required by law and present to me or R T Tyler of Hlckman Ky MRS LULA E STOWE 40I Admrz Clarence Corum left Tuesday for Hattiesburg Miss where he will itay for a while at least His brother iis near there at work and his patents will probably move there In the near future Mr Corum has made a couple of business trips therein the past month or two Recent numerous and horrifying disasters in the operations of fast trains indicate that railroad men in their efforts to annihilate time have succeeded only in demon strating that the end of time is the beginning of ete- rnityv1li L Vt OTTIt PLATFORM A levee for West Hickman Land the Carnegie Library sYItem Extend the city limits and In crease revenue and population Work for Hickman every min uteand dont begrudge the time Build a new Opera House one thingsinPave Clinton Streetmake it the best In the State for the num ber of square inches More of generous manhood and Womanhoodand less of narrow guage 2x1 aristocracy Build and operate a flour mill 20000 are sent out of town an nually without a good excuse Give our churches and schools better supportand help every worthy cause and orgirmation Make lazy whites and negroes who are physieially indisposed and afflicted with dry ooC1sboxiUs hit the pike i Levy a special tax for the construction and mafntatnance of a highwaysIn Keep pushing the new railroad propositions that are now under upHustle cottagesinthe demandand our pouplation will teach 4 500 by 1908 Open an addition to Hickman and give us room to spread cut give people a chance to build outside the congested districts Get the Commercial Club In active operation combine the progressive energy of our bUllnusII men and watch the old town get a hump on herself Arrested For Embezzling- Mr Marvin Stephenson rural mail carrier out of Cayce was arrested one day last week by a United States Marshall on a charge of embezzlement It is charged that money had been missing from the mails for some time and that he had been suspected A United States Postoffice Inspector went to Cayce and proceeded to lay a trap for him into which he immediately fell He was arrested and carried to Paducah and placed in jail to await a trial In the United States Federal Court which he will prob ably get this week The gentlemen had always borne a good reputation in his neighborhood and his friends regretted to learn of the trouble he is in the Man With Dandruffc- an now bo cured Ho should bur a y bottle ofZFMO today ZEMO destroys tho perm that causes tho dlaearfl Its nsestope itching instantly prevents fall f Ing hAir and Ilearta tho scalp In a clean healthy condition All Druggists for Mate by lien B tuition They have organized a Bill So ciety in Missouri Nobody can join except those who answer to the name of Bill William J Bryan and Sen ator William Stone are charter members Woodland Mills H L Curlin was in Union City MondayThe S C will meet Wednesday evening and reorganize Mrs John Maddox visited Mrs O A Kennedy Tuesday Miss Fanchon Brasfield visited relatives at State Line Sunday Mrs Edgar Esless of Martin visited Mrs G B Brasfield last wk Miss Maibelle Maddox was the guest of Miss Katherine Burrus Monday night Miss Sadie Fry was the guest of Miss Clemmings of Reeves Satur day and Sunday Mr Tour Thomas after a pleas ant visit to relatives of Rector Ark returned Wednesday 9 Mrs G B Brasfield and Miss L G Clark are the guests of Mrs Chas Clark of Oakton this week Ittkt- a a 4 i I 5 III rt t F T U1THE HIGKMAN COURIERR Qrwr atNr Kbd 1Ar ear ar B T BBALB W a 8PDBR J08- niitn D1TM rd rrprht n- ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH CASH IN ADVANCEI Hute ter It + oIllokuro Kwrtt fr- paeleiCIkv eroosd olaM matt s- er u s= = = =y Friday March 8 1907 GOOD ROADS THE ISSUE The Courier has at frequent inter vale written and printed edllorttU f on the road quatioo for Ptalton r county and although wt have hoard but a few favorable cooMamti ou our view of the duration thaw few t have proven oooolMlvoiy to our i t minds the fact that something caR E be done aad vaunt be done and the sI yearNow there Is a diversity of- ehasld opsdion boat the svXam tint bo adopted by which we stall swore and maintain pod road in UteI iacounty There art two HMthodc 1Iwhloh this much oo4red purpote may be attained One way is for the Phnom court to merely levy a road tax and provide that the taxes derived from that levy be used to maintain the roads The other fe for a special election to be ordered for the purpose of suing bonds It requires only a two4Mnfe majority vote to issue bonds T elattorta the Couriers opinion is the most desira ble step to be taken Our kfea k r this Let there be 50000 rUtI of forty year bonds isonod Tabs Ij this money sod expend U upon tile roads make good rood bode put the roads in a pod condition to begin with hi order that the expense I afterward will not bo so great to Ij maintain them Then let there be a twentyfive cent road tax herded This levy will furnish the oovnty jj 10000 a year Out cf this aaottnt jj can be paid the 3000 a year inter est on the bonds leaving 7000 a I year which can be pit into a stoking fund for the purpose of paying the bonds when they are due TIM bonded Indebtedness can be paid to Lofty years at the rate of 1350 ajj year We have 7000 a year tojj pay it with The 7000 can be pokIII into a sinking fund and loaned outII with good security at six per cent and the interest from year to year will be compounded or if seen fit a lesser amount eon be paid Into thet sinking fund and the balance oanr be used M additional tends toward maintaining the roads And still another solution if the 17000 a eartl looks to large te too levy a 15 cent tax instead of a 35 oat tax This would produce 6000 levy and after paying the 3000 interest world leave 1 1000 to apply on the sinking fund How some of you will say you are opposed to the bonds being issued because your children and grand children will pay the indebtedness Not so white it is true the indebt edaosf will be paid forty years hence you are helping to accumulate that money every year and so is every other man who may pay taxes In the county for the next forty years and this li as it should be for theywill get the benefit of the good system adoptedL11havebeen paying your portion The advantage in our opinion of the bonds is that when the bonds arco issued the money hi available and abgood system can be adopted a good substantial rood bed made and as we have said before the cost of maintaining Win be less herealter than if merely a tax be levied and the proceeds of the levy be used each year as funds become available a We have expressed our opinion oIthe best method and will be pleased to have anyone who is interested express theirs through the Coudlt or to the Courier personally so that we may let the public see what you think i The regular term of Fiscal court tiwctii in April let us put a shoulder 1 lo the wheel and see if we can not accomplish something for we have altcady realized that tke hour of Mod IIs at hand l Those In a question that Is gradIj r fueipg ku upon the people I majLvll of this oomrminlty and that k the negro peotln As a rule the negroes ef the town arc peaceablel anti law abiding Hut there are soave who are sever known to dod- O anything who win never work IIf IIOU ask them to yet they seem to live well and are clothed ftll nO- r upland their time day Iin and day out looting upon the streets blocking tire passage to the depot spittle upon the walks and bemg at ladS who are fotoed to crowd past them en the highways The evil Is got thug too general and the sooner something h dose toward elimlnat hag the evil the better and probab ly such trouble would be avoided During the year 1 tOT lets see if each one of us cannot do something that will hi some way beneAt the oanws1t7 Speak an opportune word for the town If you cannot do anything site It fe a j feature 1 lo live in a town where ieveryone are united lit an effort to mate that comm nfcy the wry boat1 there U and It Is ORe of the imost discouraging experiences Imag inable to be in a town where there orsi a lot oC soreheads who are con thwally rowing about something they know not what If all of us will help some at all tunes then we will have an Weal community and one to which strangers will al ways be glad to some M The honorable OWe James of this district has beta making a noise tike a four time winner in the halls of oongross within the past week The things he basset done would be envier to make a list of than the things he has done He has Hung himself into the breach between the peepnlM and the moneydevils so often that It has become a daily feature of the session of the House for the gentleman from Kentucky to wring time nose or putt the oars of Ute octopus midst the applause of the galleries Democrats may differ among themselves and from republicans as to the details of a direct primary bill but these dilerenaes will not lead them to oppose the direct primary It is democratic and no democrat can afford to vote against it The expense of the primary should beI by the city county or state than by the candidates for a tax the candidates tendsupon to re strict the offices and make money I tat in edges holding I The Republican state convention 1 will be held on Wednesday June 19 instead of June 26 as originally de ended The change was made because of the tact that the State Association of Master Plumbers willt hold its annual convention In Louis rifle beginning June 25 and con tinuing throe days and it believed that suitable hotel acoomodations could not be provided for the dele gates to both bodies 1 The farmer was slow to learn the benefits to him personally of the wear I and tear upon horses and vehlolesII owing to general betterment of highways has proved to him that country money expended on road Ira provomonU tis a capital investment The extension of free rural delivery of his real home comforts basI more easily possible owing to j hafts roads being provided every i where I As though the announcement thatI earrings bad come into fashion Rain were not bad enough it is aid that the woman who would be uptodate in her appearance must have a number of pendants hung on chain for her eyeglasses I Senator Joe Blackburn the retir ing democratic senator from Ken tucky has been appointed by the President to a position on the Panama Canal CommissionI Coutts have decided at Lexington Ky that Express companies must pay damages done to live stock ofIt MANY ATTRACTIONS PLANS FOR GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION OPENING MAR 18 BASEBALL GAMES SPECIAL DAYS Louisville Extends a Most Cordial lev vltatlen To All To Visit Lout vMIe at This Time Aw tie time tar the oymtog at the arMtc UMtavUto MwMKtoft diawa- sear tke IMWWC In tkat grunt rent In Utte and all Maw secttmM af Ikr SM sK ffimttwIiT M wdl M Uwougb out UM SMtt to graftUr htcraailnK TW vtaMara to Lmitevtll will return hoar M4 ctr WMMVMIMM of Ueflji Inters Isl tM xpfwttloH sec prWo In tie rnterprtw and public spilt of tno oxiKMittoM oWetftta wortHnu so hand In 1M tatemi at their stale cull silly without iiropiift or wlk fen any po eualary koala buwla what pride tlMy lake In Uwlr ettyn Brest MWrprtM Ute met tMWtt and HMMVtartiirani of Louis viiis wee sarered tkrtr unv bpw and Matle4ery ahnnt seer wu a4ertM lIRK Matter Mmarttlim tbxhnelthm- and UM tltk ftralr imSIsrgle Ifa paNllou MWM 10 appose III the most MMMfwctwl 4an ni at the west na- xlMHtM e UmtovIN ArwwMMr 14to visit Mrs M no assaape awl It tar so ottor KMMo the propl of KMtwkr will hit based to tn U Louts vUle MeWMil Manh in Md ce to re what bia bum an wkMjr horakiMl lilt will be a HNMtOT of Mjr sworn pllrbtnrnt Irausr the ralirnsd4 of Kennu01 evr 1141 a tale of 1 II Ii1L 11Jai 1Iii Iurl FRED LEVY President af the Loultvllle Commercial Club and Vise President of the Greater Louisville Expealtton Company MW fare lot the rune 01 hipI WIt It Ihne- srIIki drteu nib work lb tlsdlni mood retrataas utn Apra 1 HiaMM tkae pi- rxcwnrtMM rata Mat etlyl4sV will bbe run and It I ail by the rallnml itaXalt roNkjMMtNC the Soutbateru Pamn H Iowciattei- tbat the rata Ivr tats WMnlMHI wit be IMe best rr srrsrd itltr a ebllsr- nterprte on tNvMofl of 1mcraMM of eke KBOcNhMi te now busily t aMaM In priiarliig isle ylMw tor varton MMWlnl day iNtorwURK tmcraiMiie wet In ITMBMI for those aawtel 4nr MM I tile mush tey tfw MQt CrtlXibead will be HR added tiUrarikMi to the tIMeltba awe dm1711a howl ofelvsyI reaswud sal kla IIn rco- atsell eI rrwbere at bhsr aboltety- for or rNt urpnleatlba fit IUa kladk and the twicedaily MM rta will be lnriiiii in the wttwnNmirih IInn pricy of itmtmlrn wfitek will tw I wren live rvtits oar dais wad au gate for rhMdran Par ryerll aa tBin Cu aiur baa very trarlotMly mn arnir l to make kto prouarrr tytkal of the Mca Ioa TV1 followlmc Uyn ha vi IM B decided upon mid plan aN- a train to rake Mb oar an wnlquet snrues UtloA flay lteo IMy- hildren Day Orrtstnr ubrlle CFIIII CMy Ddy All KvnUieky DJ1I null1 mar TraimnnrtaUmi Day 1 UNS Day lfHl rlfy Day Munlo I par Newspaper Day sad Getaway DarIt will he of iitiBmt to lovers of the Mitonal1 pate to knew that tea 4 IatMrllle thliall taut will eenlrt wlik two major teacue teams during Ut wcpMttkHi pursed plating fly PIMM IN nil It OHM to sea tliiit tM IMHI of KMitHckr wIII hAve a rlMn- dW opportuRlly ef selnS th Otwrtrr LoHUvin Hxpeiltlfln hear Crmiarei faros head and we tHflh nmsHlBaent twMhaH omanboUonB its the Otttatmo Nattanul IflUB teem unit lbw BHion AmefteawL Ionian will play thenames Mareh W J4 and U while Chi n will plat two ammo Mmrh S and zt l MUnrlll winMrtalnly hellIvest lntf r M for KentMtdun during the prrliMl1 fit Mnreh 11155sDlaplayad upon the walls of the Kx positlen IlHlMIni In Ionbvtile will the ajn the tnMtvnrarln and label of I HUvllle monkanu and mnnHfn i hir n This riot of relor will be nprmd In a broad head around the IwlhllBff and will add murk Iu the ROR ral deeoraltvf arkmno Tht la beta end trad Hiark willIf very at trartlirHy framed and It will boo powl An lo Itker a very plain hior whet I fsulartll ran do by looking at these framaa This opportunity lo br rye reactiifid In UH great exposition hud been very eerly xrnipMl by ninny who are not eligible to show a manu tortured prxHlHfL Itn MU mated that at Ie2 t onehalf of the manufacturer of LmUvlili well be raprMentcd In the Ira Jomnrk and label tir lay I ti Who Sells iwr The ANCHOR BUGGY i Farmers Hnrdwnro Co Inct HARNESS and SADDLES Fnrmerfl Hardware Co Ino BlEST FARMING IMPLEMENTS FnrmorH Ilardwnro Co Ino The Old WagonFarmors Best Wire Fence Square Deal NOT MADE BY A TRUST Farmers Hardware Co Ino The KEEN KUTTER HardwareFarmers Hardware Co Ino The BEST QUEENSW ARE Farmers Unrdwnro Co Ino Who carries the most uptodate line of Coffins and CasketsFnrmorH Hardware Co Ino Who wants a share of your tradeFnnnorg llnrthvnrp Co Ino Who gives you the best value for your money Farmers J lard varo Co Inc The House of Quality MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES On Monday April 8th 1907 it being tilt fret day of tho April term of th 1F o Oounty Oourt at tho Court IIousv door in Hiokmnn Ky I will still t tho highest bidder for cnsh for tnxos duo tho City of Illok man tho following described rent estnto nsHossod in tho names of tho following parties towit WHITE LktT NAME BEaCRlPTIOX TAMIE TAXBS Hunziker AJ 1 town lot G A 200 00 615 Kelier heirs 8It II 1485 10 tr Kearby H MiII W H 2m 688 Meaoham G T Lets C A 100 J 30 Smith C E 1II WH SO 1021 OOUJRBO utr Adkinson Bryant 3 town lots E H 325 7 S6 IIBranham53BrewerBrown Aaron hrs 2It It II IDa J 30 Bragg Manuel 1If If It 100 J 25 Barnes Ben 2 ri I 100 4 90 Carter Amy 2tI fl GA- Euliss to 265 Jim 1fl liE H 75 4 59 Gilbert Albert 1 1 200 6 24 Jackson LIndy 1II It G AlSO J 99 CURLS BLOOD SKIH DISEASM CAN CER OREATBtT BLOOD PURIFIER rUE If your W ol u Impure UrtHtll nu tl hot or full uf hHmoM If yea Hare Itkiwl p d MIll Mlleer Mrbllttfll tllxa iarw rte- fula MIVIIIO ItohtHft rlHHK awl bWfip crabby pimply vista IXHHI palnenlarrb rtiruinntliui or allT blood or kin IMM take lUUnle RlnN linlm iL II II HOOH All verse liml nwhew ami painu atop mul the Mood U iniute pnr and flats DruwirUti or liT zprnMlpnr lame luttla Hniu pie true liT wrlttne Blood taint Oo AUAn ii Oa lb II II U MpMlallr tulrUftl for olsrnnladeepKnttlauerullaurra nfler nil sheI fall4a j The Farmers Hardware Co are beginning an advertising campaign and are thus laying a business foun dation which will eventually and not in the far distant future be as strong as Gibraltar Their motto is tithe house of quality and they propose to give you full value for the money which you spend with them and will treat you courteously at all times H C Barrett the undertaker Is with the Farmers Hardware Company Incorporated the house of quality NAUE 1BIA1yMrnK YA Lowory G L IfI J Ho Merriwcther hrs 2If HRn Is Madder J H 1If U1 JS Polk Plum 4 U t Ifill Pratt West his 2 a GA B- Ring Jim JIt I lay il I Ringo Tom JII II 0 t Ring Jne 1If h r su Reid Martha hrs 3 II Smith Frank 1 If Ii If 11rk n Shelby Alex 1If rl If J Sangester Jno 1 t Ittj A JIITalley Nathan 2 If h E11 I I Taylor Hsllfs 2If If I JITaylor Albert 12 If If If 1 Upibaw Polk 4 II a e A c5 HWilkerson 1 J G L CARPEHTII U Are You Planning n New Home r I I I busy to think of matrimony If he keeps his eyes open he will notice that Let the Hickman Ice Coal Co cell you some of their coal Youll use no other Telephone 48 4 Many ire occupied it this MIn in making plans furytheir new home The plumbing ofthe home u malt eHemlal features and th otry coniltlcratlon Let ui rIplumbing We execute allrthe neat sanitary lines employ i mechanic and ute the lest fiu 1 = namely lns4ud Porcelain I f I Haihi and One pkce Lavaior I illuMraicd boullerIt Modern II e Plumbing Iffa free i Cotton Adams PIU JI touringthis rushkilo The long tails of the Shtf d Ptr sins horses are dyed crra IW six inches at their tips a 11fc 1 guarded privilege of the rrt- his at sonsWe do not know anythg 111 Mr Edison Prudently I10 choS- tthe He life of an eleclrlal Invefsr sever would have made an editor w r i- RR Mar MONEY IN IT cp Declined Election M WI ew Senator rtlilhoHairc fruit Illeath Jkttonbury t tow all over tho i the largMt grow II iII pwliap the It e country who cror R r unanimous olco rta tattls MMlor Mr t tun In WOOOO hinth160000 rnofuly a e crop on the mar f ne of the most do ntatioui moo in iy 11 i been itttorcatcd in the WUonnont of l f Sow few yoara I i red UM election u t 4 tuber platter as Lalltlew waited upon ITre committee Mr I up kit bands I10 rand I dont n ed to jour august i dMit Id rath Aerideatllorest IT r w W Mr Half s OhJ IMst+ile psotn IC speslsec Mg he tJwIf1 I lOURa ea a utem he 1M iset WHERE f1lJRaoohcooKNQ 71 1 i er two tetiRriN 1 rnpl wher0 wuk i l INMIMO nature- KetM at ewes Wry I pr of l4oaII to ftJTftOr nUwtr7where the pncikatty all that t nature IfNI Uwt grid of New fciakimL- vre rla d ef A theft l M votoanio IJtatt 1 ghfed by InwriJng- hz t earth and whor 5 1 a bole ho speedily 1 r boUiagntr Into a nuT be towered In J i and welted eipcd FTM in perfectly eoItlI r hot entrant mav r runniiif along Uio r ud hire tho c 1 their own and tho Xaturallytt n of New Zealand t owitnr to wandor- Itv AIM many tour 1 r 11u tbo ro t r 1 1y11sty HER AP ttMETFAULTY TsF ppw paused at the at t endL How muck rr Ilwr she naked 0 apiece lady goodt7 o eight i s t i bag1ti86Tw sparkled at the fnkunhr0 tableALL 1no sayrhusbanduLtM ho gives her all L I wish Icouldl l say Yr dontIrF You can talk jugLl a 131t an- RELATIvSAND FRIEND its rfellow Is dead and kt It HisenlattendedAl1 d frlcndantt Obt a few ho isaiai+faesd IT l f 4O Jntere4stThats You say Hows that t 7 You ask because the proposition appeals to you because it must mean a loss to somebody You are right We are the losers ListenFolks often make mistakes We made one last Fall when we anticipated big trade for the winter months Everything was promising early in the game but lateralas To make a long story short we bought heavily in winter underwear and heavy shoesallcrackin good stuff toobut we got overstocked Now we must get rid of these goods at some price so we have marked every dol lars worth down to 60c When you buy any of these you just make 40c on the dollar You seethe point and its up to you Look at our show window and youll see some of these goods Drop in too and look at our 1 1907 line of fancy hosiery and neckwear Bradley Parham Please pretty please dont forget that 40 per cent proposition Lh 4iu Council Proceedings HICKMAX KY March 4 1907 Council met in regular lenIPresent Mayor Dillon Councilmen Hale Donned Hertweok Bdreonds Ucla and aNther Minutes of last meeting were readI approved and signed The following accounts were pre sen ted properly approved and en motion allowed and cheeks ordered Isoiied for amounts Hiokman Lumber Planing Mill Co lumberS 9652I G L Carpenter electric light poles and killing dog 100II Cotton Adams 1 labor and material on sewer nm fllOO Uickman Ice Coal Co 1 1Ibar street lights eta 10945 Cowgllla Drug Store mdse 4 JO Dan Rioe attending street lantern M 250 Report of City Treasurer for Feb ruary 1907 a OBHfRAL FUND ACCOUNT To balance per Jan rrportS2200 To cash received from II C llelmM 6365 To huh received from G L Carpenter 45000 103565 By amount paid out during January 42618 Balance to credit this HCCtS60947 WATER ft LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT kro balance per Jan report 146003 To cash received from G L Carpenter 20000 Balance to credit this acctM166003 CITY HALL ACCOUNT To balance per Jan repoiL12654 By amt paid out during Feb 400I Balance to credit this acctS122 54i W C JOHNSON C T Mr May McKinney appearedI before the Council in behalf of the Daughters of the Confederacy and elated that the Daughters rep I r Ti to build a handsome arobway tc the IIto entrance of the City Cemetery in the near future and asked that the Council build the foundation for the arch Upon motion the Council granted the request and agreed to have the foundation built as soon as the dlmentlons arc furnished them On motion Council adjourned to meet tomorrow morning at oclock H CHELM City Clerk i HICCMAM Ky March 5 1907 Council met pursuant to adjourn ment of last night Present Mayor Dillon Council men Helm Edmonds Caruthers Hale Donnell and Hertweck The advisability of discontinuing the extra police force was dtscuued at length and upon a vote being polled the services of Policemen Ballard and Hammond were discon tinned effective March 10 1907 H C HELM City ClerkI rNIMtllrrh let nix o1yjr9I fw Nit to lint P Htortl n TrUI f lr HWnr Oala11 Hrttmly It It H IIMIW whit WWft1H tHMHntf nHtlwplh Inlm tbol HUM II- IlH4att rvh f to dtttnrrh set UN MMW nml Itt ink tile iv twit tINt r Ad- tlrwM Or NhiNin IbtHiix wa 11ft IftIftl HU hUikl liy nil tlMiinr I t It I 4 4 4 a I + 4 4 444t THE A Sof Eo COLUMN t I t 111 I BY MR J H SAUNDERS I I SUPPLY AND DEMAND The following Iis taken from the I St Louis SemiWeekly Star Secretary of Agriculture Wilson is resourceful j and he iis active It Iis now reported that he wishes an experimental farm in every county in the union These experimental stations and farms are to teach farmersI how to do better farming and how and better stuff I to raise more In thus aiding the farmers the de partment is doing a great work that is highly appreciated by the agrlcul tural interests of the country acd by the time Mr Wilson gets all his experimental farms in operation farmers ought to be able to raise twice aa much as they do ROW and t jcrP4Jf T 1 v sell It for half what they now get be resold to consumers for double what the consumers now pay and yield four times as much profit to the storers and absorbers of farm productsBut farmers are not hoggish They appreciate what the department of agriculture is doing for them but they are not so selfish as to wish to monopolize the favors of the government There are other struggling citizens that farmers are willing the government should help also For instance there are the plow manufacturers They are good people and are making a very useful article Why does not the government establish some experimental plow factories to teach these people how to make more plows and better ones A shop that now produces ten plows a day might easily be taught by scientific government ex periments to produce twenty and if all these factories were taught to double thoir outputs what a benefit it would be to the good people who make plows and there would never be so much danger of a scarcity of these useful implements And the wagon makers They deserve assistance also Govern ment experts could setup experi mental wagon shops and the output might easily be doubled Dont you know the wagon makers would be delighted with such government assistanceAnd makers of mowing machines harvesters nails wire and wire fencing and woolen and cotton goods and all other manufactured goods Why there Iis an endless field for government experimental shops to teach these people to make twice as much as they now make True in all these lines the demand is being very well supplied but that is not the question Let us have more and more and more If some crank suggests that too much of these goods may bring the price be low the cost of manufacture shut Itblra up immediately He is an enemy of progress and dont knot that prosperity consists in more am more of it The price is not a matter I experimental shops are concerned I with if these factories would aU I double their output it would be so I easy for Secretary Wilson or Secretary ScmebodyEIse to figure out I the billions of wealth the factories I had produced And then if the factories were all educated by state and nation experimental shops to everlastingly spread themselves and produce more than they were ever known to pro duce boards of trade and exchange could be formed and many enterpris ing citizens could find remunerative employment In gambling upon wha I the manufactured goods would be worth from month to month AntiII then too the department of agricul I lure or the department of commerce and labor could get busy issuing monthly reports as to the progress of these factories how much steam I was being gathered by the boilers bow much raw material had been J purchased how sharp the tools were being kept and other information valuable to those who were betting the price of plows wagons etc would be so much in July or Decem her The departments arc missing a wonderful opportunity to do a great work and equalize the govern meats favors in expert experimentation But manufacturers and the world laugh at such a suggestion WhyI Would it be any more ridiculous foi the government and the schools and I the trade papers to strain every nerve to increase the output of manufactured goods without any refer I ence to the price than it is for the I same institutions to do all in their I power to increase farm production I without any reference to the price at which the products shall sell Some people cant see the ridiculousness of a thin until you knock the wool from over their eyes with ohuuks of its very absurdityI Our meeting at Roper schoolhouse was very flattering It iis said tbathno prophet is without honor save in his own country but the very best farmers ot Roper District and some four other districts turned out in goodly numbers not withstanding the bad roads many of them having to walk across fields and for an hour and a half gave very careful attention to such facts and figures as we have gathered from Up lo Date Farming Third power and observation elsewhere After the address the audience asked questions for half an hour showing that the farmers were deep ly interested and that the seed sown were germinating- If the afternoon had not been so short and the roads so muddy I think we could have spent another hour and a half but I was forced to leave with a promise to return when the people had digested the dis courseOn Thursday p m USe Executivei Committee and Chairman of the Soliciting Committee met with the Hazel Dell nucleus Mr Elijah Bradley who heard thei address at Ropers came down and united with us This proved to be a very enthusi astic meeting Addresses were made by W B McGehee J A Mo Clure J H Saunders W A Bras field J C Roper Saml Linder L M Carter and prehaps others The discussions were animatedl and perhaps sometimes a little warm but all showed that the membersI believed in cooperation antireadily submitted to the decision of a majority vote The president ap pointed J A McClure Chas Noo non J H Saunders J C Roper and Geo B Threlkeld as a Committee on constitution andl bylaws for the equity elevator This committee met at Hazel Delll on Saturday the 2nd and drafted the following We the farmers of FultonI County Kyand Oblon County Tenn united in the A S of E have determined to erect purchase or rent a Grain elevator to be known as the A S of E elevator AllI A S of E members in these two counties are hereby requested to subscribe stock for this purpose Y This stock shall be divided into shares of ten dollars each and each member isI requested to take one or more shares but no one shall be premilted to take more than SO sharesAfter the full amount of stock has been subscribed sufficent to erect purchase or rent an elevator that will hold not less than 50000 bushels of grain the stockholder shall select the location of said elevator and a board of directors who shall appoint a Superintendent Secretary and Treasurer to collect the stock and erect purchase or rent an elevator to store the wheat crop of Fulton Co Ky and Obioa Co Tenn or such part of said crop as the A S of E members in these counties will hold for the minimum priceIn the selection of a site decticn of officers or deciding any other question that comes before the stockholders of this company each member shall have as many votes as he holds shares of stock After the elevator is erected purchased or rented stock holden who desire to do so shall be permitted to sell their shares to A S of E Itmembers but no one shall be per mitted to sell stock to any person who is not a member of the A S of E or to anyone whose purchase would increase his stock to over 50 sharesIf stockholders do not pledge enough grain for storage to fill said elevator the superintendent of this elevator shall be permitted to store wheat for other farmers who are not stock holders and charge them one half cent per bushel pet month for storage provided said farmers will hold their wheat for the minimum price as the stockholders do The Board of Directors shall have power to decide the charges for storage and amount of dividend if any for the second and succeeding years but for the first year no divi dend shall be paid to the stock bolders but the profits if any shall be held as a reserve fund As a majority of our members believe that a larger measure is better calculated to give justiceithan a quart cup it shall be the duty of our superintendent to use the bushel or half bushel measure Inygrading heat instead of the millers cupThe Board of Directors shall be elected annually on the day of and the stock holders shall each year select the place of meeting and holding the next annual election The committee on constitution md bylaws will report to the executive committee at Hazel Dell School House on Saturday the 9th inst at nine oclock a m All members and friends and per sons deserving membership are Invited to meet with us at the same time and place I thank the editor of the Courier for his explanation of the misunder standing in regard to telephones last week and hope that Mr Ballow r- Ind the friends on his line under stand that I had no reference to hem I have no desire to dictate to any one what sort of phone he nust put up or use but I do with hat all the farmers of Fulton county lad phones so arranged that weII ould communicate with each other as we seall need them in marketing our crops for fair prices lBlack Langshans IThree pens of Black Langshanr it waded by prize winning males Sl- ter 115 eggs Also a few settings o f Buff Rock eggs at S150 per 15 Mrs Annie McDanIel 39 Hickman Ky DONT COMPLAIN p If7uuretii tlMlii nml 7ounrounnbio- toitilenuxulfMlurth lluy n UmUs of titlbtnl + Ilorot hound Synip nml you wont Pre nun ftxiitli Out n lottlu now anti Ihnl uuitli nlll not hal limit A vim for nil nut TuxlI lunhouml Hjrrup Tin rttflef It tin iclvon 111111 un ttint I itwflittnrjr Pr iu to jr- Kiikl by OuwKllln tuna Htore and Holm A Itlm Mr Fred Noland of Union City has accepted a position with Helm Ulison at the soda fountain He akes the place of Asher Kennedy rho has begun work at the fountain In Percy Jones Cafe Try the Couriers Want Column w I titvi a rW r rhTj rr It4F Lt tIlt V tYlbioiilI F JIIf 7tl Sheriffs Sale for Taxesk On Monday April 8th 1907 it being the first day of the April term of the Fulton County Court at the Court r House door in Hickman Ky I will sell to the highest bidder for cash for taxes due the State and r County of Fulton and cost of sale the following de 4 scribed real estate assessed in the names of thefol i lowing parties towit Two Dollars added in each case for costs FULTON PRECIHCT WHITE NAME PROPERTY VALUE TAX Adams Lon 1 t 1 in Fulton S 50 00 S 3 SO Boswell Mrs W L 3II 1000 11 01 Brown R J 33 13 acres land oTS 917 Brooks Geo 1 t 1 in Fulton 650 8 10 Butersworth N Bit Hn Fulton 400 6 66 Bynum A T 80 acres land 1450 17 47 Bennett M C 2 t 1 Fulton 1000 12 17 Cavender Bro J Sit 1 Fulton 2500 24 S5 Cavender J Sit1 Fulton 200 3 80 Chambers Geo 1 t 1 Fulton 300 S 77 Combs Geo 1 t 1 Fulton 600 8 98 Cooper J W 1 t 1 Fulton 9fo 12 52 Dowell Nettle 111 600 7 40 Elliott M S 11 11 350 616 Fields Gus 111 2000 21 10 French M F 6 t 1 500 11 16 Gates J BEl t III 200 4 86 Gibney M B 1 tI SO 250 Glover R E Son 2 tI 800 1046 Gordon R T 2 tI 2000 2173 Gregory J M 1 t III 430 710 Green Mrs Polly 4 tl 25QO 24 52 Hamlett Mrs J 1 tI 800 920 Hampton W B 81 34 acres 1900 108 Harpole W H 1 t III 909 il 18 Harris I W 1 t III 730 1198 Hudson J A 111 800 10 26 Harpole Jim 1 ti 50 4 60 Johnson Bill 4 tI 3400 3533 Johnson A R 1 ti 500 756 Kennedy J C 1 tI 2000 2002 Kirkland A J 2 tJII 1700 2175 Kirkland Mrs G 1U 1000 1101 Knouse Frank 1 tI 1SO 327 McAdoo W T 1 tfc 800 1126 McDade M L Jr 1 t tII 960 1170 McDade Mrs S 1 t1II 1120 12 97 McMullin J K C 2tl BOO 19 26 Mills W D 1 ti 120 503 Murrell Ernest 1 t 1II 500 650 Martinetti hrs Itl 600 7 40 Newton B F 111 1000 13 48 Norman Noah 12 acres district 1 550 7 00 Osgood C C 1 tI 650 10 68 Prince M 1 tI1 800 1950 Ramsey Mrs M E 50 acres dLst1 1600 1665 Ramsey Mrs S A 1 t 1 Fulton 750 675 Rhodes Mrs D 1 ti 350 5 15 Shupe Mary Jane 2 t 1 950 10 65 Simmons W E 1 tI 460 7 20 Simmons H E 34 12 acre dist 1 500 7 to Simpson J W and wf Itl Fulton 800 1162 Thompson Dick 1 tI 1510 19 15 Walton Will 3 acres dist 1 75 2 75 Walker J K 3II II 1 75 275 West Binford 1 t 1 Fulton 400 690 FULTOM PRECINCTCOLOREDt Alexander Lewis 1 t1 FultonlS 6 00 Alexander Emit 1 t 1i 100 5 25 Alexander Jno 1 1 III 250 535 Blythe Leab 1 tI 150 3 40 Carter Ode 1 tIc 400 8 56 Harwell Charlie 1 t1II 375 5 60 Hughes Alex ftlII 100 J O Jordan Ida 1 HII 200 380 T Lyons Tom 111II 130 3 45 Patterson Wm 1 t III 200 5 00 Rucker Pete 1 tItI 250 6 95 Rogers Tom 1 ti 209 6 35 f Terrell BV 1 ti 300 7 SO Wright Porter 1 ti 400 6 56 Williams J W 1 tI 200 4 84 LODCTOM PRECINCTWHITE Days J F 125 acres dist 2 2000 3100 Graham Mrs M J 50 acres dist 2 Sl0 650 Hubert Mrs M J 4 acres dist 21 t 1475 6 30 Hester W F 54 acres dist 2 1200 1425 LODOTOK PRECIHCT COLORED Patterson T C 22 acres dist 500 760 CAYCE PRECINCT WHITE Eulln Mrs J A 37 acres dist 3 935 10 50 label Mrs H C 40 acres dist 3 600 7 40 Johnson J C 1 t 1 Cayce 250 312 McAdoo T M 110 acres land 2750 7 50 Overall J W ItlJordan dis 3 800 5 00 Oliver Arch 83 acres dist 3 2540 2600 Reeves Kate estate 1 t 130 acres district 3 1250 1325 Sweat N E 3 tl Jordan 250 4t2S Williamson Mary 40 acres diet 3 800 9 25 CAYCE PRECINCT COLORED X tfcerel W L Itl Cayce ISO 4 50 XKXMAN PRECINCTWHIT- ELear C X 1 tl Hickman 300 870 Aa sJ SO 19 acres dist 4 295 600 It uniTr W E 1 t 1 Htekman 150 6 43 2istsd1 le I t 1u 800 32 20 Cvth WO llJiMW4kt4 800 1275 c1 vd1 1 W 1f ant iiist4 550 16 41 NAME PROPERTY VALUE TAX- Fields J C 23 acres dist 4 300 618 Fowlkes Oscar 172 acres dist 4 1000 1105 Green A C 40 acres dist 4 225 410 Green A C for Frank Morris 77 acres dist 4 550 6 95 Howell Graves hrs 53 acres diet 4 500 4 15 Goodrun Wiley 60 acres dist 4 330 4 95 Gouger S W 6 t 1 Hickman 600 1335 Gouger P to sister 3 tI 500 10 66 tougher J A 3 tIlt 200 7 20 Glidewell J F 45 acres dist 4 4dP 7 40 Glidewell W C 45 acres dist 8 23 Glidewell H A Mrs 28 acres dist 4 55T0 S 45 Hart Mrs M Itl Hickman 230 S 30 Jones Dolphin 14 acres land 7S 3 75 Jones Mrs C J for Parvis hrs 23 acres land 2200 24 078 Jones E J Mrs 65 acres fist 4 60 7 86 Johnson H M 90 acres dist 4 61 8 63 Kepner H P and wife 80 acres dist 4 350 6 25 Keiser hrs 18 t 1 Hickman 1500 25 05 KirkGibbs 1 tl l6SO 1658 Kirk R H 396 12 acres land and 9 town lots 4360 40 50 Kirk Hollis 3 acres dist 4 5100 6 87 Lacy Mrs Sit1 Hickman 100 3 55 4aSMarshallWand wife 107 acres dist 4 700 Ill 70 Murtry Mrs M E 68 acres dlst 4 700830 Morgan Leech 80 acres dist 4 700 8 JO Mobbs W A 45 acres dist 4 27Q G 97 Pickett Will 93 acres dist 4 8 46 Roberson Lon 80 acres dist 4 1200 8 09 Smith S M 8 tl Hickman 300 8 72 Stacy S M Itl 150 4 43 Smith Chas E and wife Itl 500 1180 Stahr Mrs Sarah 100 acres dlst 4 2500 24 52 Salmon Q M and wife 2 t 1 Hickman 600 13 30 Salmon H S 127 acres dist 4 and 2 town lots 1255 9 37 Thomas Gus 41 acres dist 4 300 4 70 Thomason hrs 4 t 1 Hickman Sq 282 Tutus Louis D 1 t Ii 640 13 96 Thomas T D Itl 700 1567 Thompson Mrs M 75 acres dist 4 750 8 75 Taylor John 1 34 acres dist 4 40 4 74 Taylor W G 2 acres dist 4 ISO 4 45 Weatherly J A 2 acres dist 4 5110 12 90 Williams Mag gie heirs 53 13 acres dist 4 500 6 52 Williams Mrs S A 24 14 acres dist 5 250 4 25 Wilkerson Monroe 1 t 1 Hickraan 150 4 43 Taylor Jas P Itl Hickman 700 14 87 UICKUAN PRECINCT COLORED JOAlexander92Barbee69Bragg40Brannam67Brown861Booker1 SOBurnett95BagsbyChambers Bob 1 t 1 Hickman 200 6 45 Carter Amy 2 t 1 Co 50 265 Clark It Rogers Itl 150 376 Donaldson Tony 1 tI 100 448 Droth Fred Itl 150 S 81 Terrell C Itl 50 S 65 Fuqua Albert i t 1Co 20 3 25 George Ed Itl SO 4 90 Gardner Dock 1 IIII 150 S 90 Loury G Litl 200 9 61 Merriwether Bros 2 tI 400 6 66 Maddox Jesse Itl 300 4 10 Reed Will 5 t 111 200 5 91 Ringo Jim 1 t tII 150 5 67 Ringo John 1 t 1II 50 4 72 Shaw Link 1 t1II SO J 53 715Shelby90Talley65Upshaw00UpshawOJWalker95WadkinsSASSAFRAS RIDGE AND MAD RID REND PRECINCT WHITE 82Burney40Carr80Leech15Mabel3115ParkerGlRaySOScott22EverettSOEverettwhueautwireJ T SEAT Sheriff Fulton Co IN THE STUD At Oakwood Stock Farm Hickman Ky = ALFRED G 12452 Record 2194 This great horse is conceded to be one of the greatest harness horse sues Of the present day Having sired three with records better than 2i0 and forty others vih records better than 2t30 Me is 153 hands high rich brown In colririd has the beat of disposition As to being a sire that is the best that has ever lie tn in Western lien tucky or Tennessee he needs no recommendation TERMS for the season of 1907 3000 cash at time of service to insure Al1 fred G will only be allowed 20 outside mares DR ROAN 44832 This young horse Is the grandest bred fellow in Kentucky He is by Alfred j12452 and his first dam is that greatest of great broodmares SPANISH MAIDEN dam cf Lizzie A t3 2l34 Margrave 2tl5 sold when I17 years old for 6700 Cuban 21 4 Baron Review 2i2 I14 Hobart 2i8 14 Alverton 223 Sunday Mtmtog 2t29by liapv Medium 400 sire of Nancy Hanks 2104 Dr Roan is a roan horse 1Id hands higl w tn great bone and substance and has a great flight of speed This hone will not make a public season this year Will be used for my private use IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL 2808 Black Horse 16 hand high foaled 1901 IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL is the blackest of black hones with the best of dl p tions fine mane and tall has lengthof neck and the best back that any horse ever had with fine bone and a great deal of substance tie has fine action at all the gaits He s a fine breeder and his pedigree cannot be improved upon as a saddle hone This hoc traces on his sires side to Black Squirrel Dave Stain Peavlneall noted horses in the saddle hone history On his dam s side he traces to Mambrino Patchen Berthunetc of VanMeters Waxy foundation stock j to Bald Hornet an extra fine saddle stallion and Grey Eagle His fint third fourth and fifth dams was all noted saddle mares gom a running walk pace and trot also the rack naturally fast and easy There is no sadd e stallion with as many natural gaits saddle dams as this one TERMS for the season of 1907 2000 to insure Due when mare proves to be In rf3 SEASON OPENS MARCH 15 1907 Tabulated pedigrees of the above mentioned stallions will be furnishedup application It will give us great pleasure to show these horses to the breeding puit- at any and all times TifFOR SALEA few choice harnessbred colts and fillys OAKWOOD STOCK FARM- R A TYLER Prop I With Its SECURITY To Depositors oC 7000000I Capital and Surplus With The ASSURANCE That every reasonable requirement can be met with UsI unexcelled facilities With Its RECORD For safe and conservative management in the past that promises such in the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers its customes a that is second to none Just Look Here Just look at the good people who know a good thing when they see it It has been said that unless you blow your horn it will not be blown not so we repeat that the Courier is a good thing and people know it because in thus saying so we are repeating that which iis being said peoplehavemoneyduringMrs A C Summers Los Angela Calif L Powell Blodgett Mo Miss Lucy Rice Cairo C E Eaker Grays Ark KyJoeWyomingMrs J P Thomas Fulton Ky Berry Threlkeld Stale Line Mike OLaughlln Dorena Mo Lee Maddox State Line Loa Naylor Cayce n jaw Naylor Cayce AMra Fannie Pratber Union City oHi Mrs Gallic McKeen Fulton G B Threlkeld State Ltne Chas Noonon Route Four J W Purcell P B HenryIIC R Soe1lCoLouts AtwellIIJoe Roper II W A SuutvanIIW A LutcnIIC G MoMurry Route Three C C Bondurant Bus SkarpIIMrs King 4 J M RoperIIJack NewtonIIEd GrayIIL T Heath Route One Mrs A Underwood D B WilsonIIJ I Watson Htakraan J H MUlcttIIJ A ThomaII eGeo N HclmIIC A Holcombe J S Maddox II Luther Watson II A Nichols r P J Frenr II Green Keys Government Vessel Coming The Government recruiting vessel the Wasp will be at Hiokman in a week or so for the purpose of enlist ing recruits for the United States navy The vessel will slop at all populationbetween The people will be shown the duties and life of these who are in the navy and if they wish to enlist they may The boat will prubably be in Memphis tomorrow A widow la Imir mournlnir- Ikilb liy that iltfii confon Thsl1I Imtf n mind tifiinrIto up to you to Kiliu Americans and Japtnese areI both proud and sensitive declares a representative in congress PreIhaps it may truthfully be said some day that they are both proud and sensible Walter Evans is recovering from aa attack of pneumonia i ABSOLUTELY The Boat II Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE 1 SAN BORNS COFFEES and TEAS 0 Callon or telephone ui when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED rUFF Telephone 6 3 deliver LeUod fland1h Before squandering millions on big battles I Dreadoaught class rang well ponder for a while o t little Monitor did to the = macA Well Known Fact That no skin disenre wI fT J Internalor external orlltlnIwitlwtand tha two powerful K r r 31 ZVMO and SSEMOTONK tl tstrJ Ale germs that cacao tho d lk r I alwajdcure WrltefornmpirI Med Co 81 Low All Divgi c For sole by Helm of t 11 Dr Jas Guest of I medical director of the wealth Insurance Company x is town this week The phYfojc1 the town met him at Dr i r s office It is funny how sure ever pia- Is that she has the same qui II ear the heroine in her favorite rt Shaw Betterawortb v irtsti froctrUf Or JP i HoUHNeWmarried on the ILHattte Smith by risonRetubed as adminl IIte of the late tiV- r3 rbe 114h- P iSTAft CommissionH s FOlJII John Shelby lot a Isaa t BartI knur ISO t iull Bxrxto W u s ropertgr iIn Fulton 1 1t1 to B W Mtt rI sl tel W MO C to W T Barton I P L Moore u haIIII tft Wflll t I ulnae StO I to WWIi JSIwards g lp r B Wftltams ttseo NjoeMMtnx lots 01 1SSk Mara land o JR Jghnion rr ctl e dcmtton J JC Bwdu Z 10 I A flfultt- Mr K Hsriweik K i a1S land oaw W ABIJals suit rk vt Mil Mar I 1 J taggaTs- Hattitri w SJtowt Mil Three States Sterns traps node a at week Ke litotes to W the w me atmr people Mays wedding bells I my I ffgi guess4 NI Spen- tla r 4 yser hutjj t boo Itktckasc ne the tail foorII 4 end leaders adeJ 4iurdOf returning J q Sealers Jones I roti to Lit l rfilr1eII J ipfMtl a nine let of Ace Thursday on J OartcsoH cf Bast 4 lIt to Her motberII i says have beenII preparingLr sod family pasted Eastar r slog very rapidly uM rain Some verewIl j andsHicJeman were weekIIslid Mrs Ballow left on Stacker I J uistay In Oiceola thiseare waiting toJ i r so they can haul VI si from reliable 1l t tames will moves t 4w3 I Ifm as soon as the tCI VUII J e Holland has been 5i r1110 season by E c 01ttHHMriraent She comesIt= rrIpd and the firm ltti Faye uhare of your U K Bourne who hadtars aUV Millinery dcprtroent willhJIwelliI 11tIc lkCd here and her tto Lradto know that shebe here another series u t JLocal Notes I Miss Jessie Henry IIs in Louisville Gasoline at the Courier Office Dont tall to attend the meeting CitySundayMrs D E Allison IsI In Clinton this weekJust sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe Jerry Malone came over fro I Union City Sunday 0 When In need of gasoline tOme to the Courier Office Miss Ivy DeBow has returned from a visit to Fulton Leonard Reeves spent Saturday night and Sunday In Fulton spentSunday Nick Holcombc was a conspicu ous figure In Woodland Mills Sun day The house of quality Is the right place to buy coffins and cas ketsMiss Virginia Davis of near Cayce Is visiting her brother B T DavisTom Hart has gone te Fulton toI work In a new bakery and confectionery Hlokmans leading undertaker at tile Farmers Hardware Company notrporated Hardware Cutlery Groceries alt i at reasonable prices fijaw It Jet Ursvorth Phone number 51 for H Co Barrett the undertaker Night phone number 164- Telephone Ice Factory Office ihne no 48 for coal Hlokman Ice and coal Co E D Johnson has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late T H Johnson D W and C A Humphrey of Clinton spent Sunday with their sister Mrs D E Allison Messrs L P and E R EQItson were In the markets this week pur chasing new spring goods Mr W H Battler IIs In the markets this week purchasing the new Spring stok of goods ftr Baltzer DoddsMrs Loa Naylor tf Cayce Ils attending the revival service at the court house She Is the guest of Mrs W A Naylor We were second on the selling list of True Blue Plows last year in West Kentucky and Tennessee HIckman Hdw Co Inch Born to Mr and Mrs E E Reeves Thursday of last week an eight and a half pound boy Con gratulations to the happy smiling parentsBrother Lucas will preach at 1 Blue Pond school house next Saturday night and on Sunday at 11 oclock Also at Beech Grove at I 3 oolock Sunday afternoon j Mr L M Kelly iis moving blsIII family to Humboldt Tenn this week He has been In business in the Laclede block on the corner for the past year or probably Ion ger AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Helm Ellisons 3 Weather Forecasts F Mar Saturday 9th Local storms Mal Sunday 10th Local storms Mar Monday 11th Fair weather Mar Tuesday 12th Fair weather Mar Wednesday lJth Storm period Mar Thursday 14th Snow storm Mar Friday 15th Rain or snow Fer mil Headaches 4tu I- JEUHED And set roller- HIcICHAN KY Yf L rTTTVTTVTTVTT V V V Cmurlmr Want CefumA- 1c a III fit rtlllilftll cosh dJr Uw Gel 9r IhaJ tft4JNM A AAA AAA A1AAAA FOR SALE cood Work Mare R L BALLOW Route 4 41 WetHickman WANTED ood single man to aUtheFOR SALE J good work mules broodmLutherCMaddox LogWagonMower and Rake also Timothy Hay JHO D MATES 045I FOR SALE Five or six mules horsesWillapproved security J F Si S Dodds Co JStf LII FOR SALE16 3 year old mules Price 5110 to S1J5 each cub or good note Apply at Maddqx Berrys farm near Woodland Mills or to J P Maddex 41 a R = =c =Keep sweet Coin to media Have you seen Bro NotBIh Arch DeBow was In Fulton Sun day What does Shaw Bettersworth stUl Ce and see Mrs E Case spent Sunday with Mrs Shaw at State Line S L Doods left Sunday for a few days business trip through Missis sippi Rufus Clay et Caruthersvllle Mw is visiting friends In Hickman this week- Miss Pearl King has returned from a visit with relatives near Columbus Ky Circuit Judge Frye of Oblon county Tennessee was in Hickman several days this week The Daughters of the Contederacy will meet with Mrs Florence Faris next Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclook Mr and Mrs Bryant Cox returned Wednesday from West Point where they have been for some time We were erroneously informed I last week that a gentleman from Ovensbero was in Hlokman on bust ness connected with the Wagon Co Rev R A Drown of Clinton Ky pastor of the Presbyterian church arrived In town Thursday and will assist in the Union Revival I now in progress W P Carpenter who died in San Antonio Tex was interred In the cemetery at Fulton last Thursday Mr Carpenter had relatives Inff ick man The ten pictures purchased with the proceeds of Mr Booth Lowerys lecture have come and when hung will add much to the appearance ofIII the High School rooms Goalder Johnson returned from McmpKls one day this week with a negro Coley Heart who escaped fromHJckman some time ago He J is charged with housebreaking Cards Arc out announcing ther marriage of Ben Branford to Miss Ollelia Forrester both of Union City the marriage to take place on March 12 at the home of the brideC Mr Brantford is well known in I HickmanLeon I Smith of the Hickman Furniture Co reports to us the death of Mr Walter Baker aged 28 years of the Antioch neighbor hood on the Tennessee side He i died Sunday of typhoid fever and I the remains were shipped to West Point Tenn Monday for Intermentjj There was a report in circulation in Union City last week that people I who came to Hickman to trade 4 horses would be arrested If they ti trotted their horses on the streets to try them and some other stories to I the same effect A number of I people were kept from coming over I Saturday on this account This sort of thing IIs malicious and should J not be indulged in by anyone who I has any principle of right embodied in their crackles I addles BridIe4siollars vt THE BIGGEST LINE THE CHEAPEST LINE THE BEST LINE A in Western Kentucky or Tennessee They were BOUGHT CHEAP and will be SOLD CHEAP I i f I CKMAN HARDWARE COJNC iil Gasoline for sale at the Courier OfficeSude Naifeh was In Union City SundayMr W P Reed of Fulton was in town this week A 0 Caruthers returned from Nashville Saturday Miss Bonnie Carpenter will go to Paduoah Monday to visit relatives Mrs Ernest Kisgwho IIs in the hospital at Union City is slowly improvingMiss na Byassee of Dorena who is attending school here has been sick several days Coalder Johnson will go to Frank fort about the 16th to make final settlement with the State for taxes Coal from the Newton Coal Co will be delivered after this date at the tall and summer prices 450 in ton lots J H Downard the popular salesman for the Louisville Paper Co was In town Wednesday looking after his customers J A Stubbs is having the res dente east of his sons residence en Troy Avenue remodelled and when completed will move to town John H Hicks left this week for Miss where he will en gage in the timber business He will probably move his family there in a short time E Bettersworth went to Union City Sunday to see his mother Mrs Purcell who iis under treatment in the hospital there We are glad to learn that she Is improving A light seismic disturbance was felt last Thursday night at about nine oclock The vibrations lasted probably ten seconds and was pre ceeded by the usual distant murmur ings J R Lee died at his home a few miles west of this city after a short illness of pneumonia last week He leaves a wife and five children He was about 61 years of age Mr Lee was a well known farmer and had many friends in Hickman and vicinity Interment at the Brown graveyard HICKMAN MARBLE WORKStt= u H 1r 1t rnk mith AOBMT FOR Nashville Steam Laundry None better Few as good Leave Laundry at Smith Arobergs Miss Hattie Carpenter is visiting relatives in Fulton Union City will have a canning factoty probably this season Miss Bonnie Carpenter has retnrn ed from a visit to relatives at Ful ton Ky Marvin Stephenson who was arrested and taken to Paducah on a charge of embezzlement pleaded guilty and bond placed at S500 We did not learn whether he made bond Miss Elizabeth Nash of Hopkins vine arrived In Hickman Wednes day Sne has been employed by Baltzer Doods and will have charge of the millinery department this season Tom King the 12 year old step son of Mr Davis died at his home on the Val Carpenter place Feb 28 The young man was a brother of the two girls who died In this home on the same day about two weeks since His death was caused by malarial fever The Courier extends sympa thy to this family whose sorrow is alfiost too much to bear L1p a ESTABLISHED 1855 Tom Dillon Sr Prop Successor to B C Ramage decd Marble and Granite Monuments URBING STONE WORKof all Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY 81 Wednesday afternoon Feb 27 the High School Literary Society met to celebrate the 100th anniver sary of Longfellows birthday A very interesting program consisting of music essays on different phases of Longfellows life and critiques on several of his productions was rendered i also a recitation of his poem liThe Arsenal at Springfield by Miss Lute and a Medley of various poems carried out by 14 members of the Society were much enjoyed A member of visitors were present engaging in a guessing contest on the Medley Thus the meeting was on the whole a very interesting and instructive as well as an enjoyable occasion Owen Kirby the telephone trouble man will leave Hickman next week After a short visit at his home he will go to Norfolk Va for the summer Thm Wy Tfy Talk About RUMAGOti t The Mrdlrtna Thai MAKES RHEUMATISM 60 Letter from a wellknown cllUcn ol llowllot Ircn Kjri Iin TU SIX I fel ttMtnuUm hip ktukkeallrtolwrIn I ydatwt t lIkfNwta tvl1lUfIllMA fn 11 tlnu R lit ii u4- IId e11ud f 1 IIIaI l IYt M I u Mw 1r11 wll follow mrwiMww Ywra inrir t J N laiWAKIM- 1C Will fur You 1tro- old b- yT T IIWATNZ I c + s e d 1 T I Jry- lt V o J rllff LLruI IL r rl Do ouai1 hem Yu Want the mIST VAT 7UN HAM VT 5 I have purchased L D PerryI Restaurant and ask my friends t call and see me Lunches of al kinds at hourtlso repila FRESHi meals OYTERS serve in any style when In season MFDinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Tuthr Watson Meet Your Friends I at rTONSORIALII TONSORIALPARLORS i Best in Hickman Hot and tf+ cold baths i electric lights vt jX and fans hydraulic chairs cfi tI1nd everything for comfort A itIB T DAVIS Attorney at au7 Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Randles store- HICKuAN KENTUCKY R B BREVARD Hickman Ky 3 RRURE Tinnlna PJUmDing Agent for Standard Sanitary Goods Plumbing done on short notice All work guaranteed MM Foraiiure Go INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 l1 Dr S K Davidson DDB1TTIST F oilier OTef- Oowglll Drug Store Hickman Kentucky ate Cash Book Stare Bpleuclid Selection Ifmrw Boou- 1Sitioner1 Post C d- Icotions Zto Call and see our Block Evciy thlBg up to date Mwj BBlrt aJ5 Co U omJnY L GoodTenne- sseoCOALr 4I2I2DELIVRED DELIVJREDPJtone 78 u Y n 4 4 ri0 flint D ek = etlr- II g V Ur tat rg tIhtl tryralfill- a ttltY0 wttl W ll1tIL That IOIIft Hwy M n ur tb MMiIWI 0 ANd tkK niw ep ai ghwtKthe nmiih nml rice niiJ t of hlAh 111Pltk n vrIatkatwIwifeAlMllllark wttb tM O ha aid ru- HMrk p TIHo of slither hi ttrIke irtIC eUIte IahlNfw lit holyhtwef t- re Itrthe pUre tLe tMr the gsii1N1 Itk iMlfMHr lovfillMt Iliwtrt ramw tlhaffuurLidlyInthtnlpieotlk ltul nn141 111 hrt the sent UI Min aid 01 Art Every mother has two hands one to guide and one to bless The girl who is the flower of the family is the one who knows how t0 use the flour of the family Whatever happens dont become a sour old man or woman Old age should be a cheerful period of life when the lengthened shadows are softened by the setting sun when quiet twilight seals on apace soon to be followed by the long night of rest which remains to all living The first person to whom Christ appeared after the resurrection was a woman During all the ages that have come since that first Easter morning whenever there was a word to be spoken for the Master a tender service to be performed in His name a cup of cold water to be given to some wayfarer or at prayer to be offered for some sin sick soul woman has always been the first on the scene I Jesus called a little child to repre sent who should be the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven No longI faced elder of the church was brot nor smileless member of the mon astery but a prattling child in all its innoncency and mirth i and unless we are converted from our austere ways and become in habits and tastes like unto a child it is de clared the door will be barred i against us On our criticisms of others let us remember that we have faults which our friends have to excuse How much would be left of us if all those who see inconsistencies in us should clip away from our character and reputation It Is an invariable rate that those who make the roughest work with the names of others are those who have themselves the most imperfections The larger the beam in your own eye the more anxious you are about the mote in some body elses eye Instead of going about town slashing this mans bad temper and the other mans falsity and this womans hypocrisy and that ones indiscretion go home with the ten commandments as a monitor and make out a list of your own derelictions If young men wish to succeed in business they must not spend their time and money In simply having a good time They must not be dis contented with the little place in which they are in because they think they are too big for it The way to get into a large place is to outgrow the one you are In grow until it Is so small that it will not hold you any longer A man who sits shrunk up and worthless in a little place because he thinks it is nQt worth while to grow enough to fill that has little prospect of getting into larger ones Fill the place that you are in Fit yourself for higher usefulness To do that you must do something besides play tho that may be innocent in itself Infancy and innocency are synonymous The tiny child does not speak in vulgar or profane language does not drink rum or use tobacco does not cheat or wrong its compan ions it only grows into these evils as it learns them from its elders i and the teacher is not unfrequently some member of the household maybe a religious professor with his mouth stained with narcotics and his breath stained with alcohol and his words unchaste I and his habits tricky and uncertain What a happy world this world would be if the innocency of childhoods tender ageSoway thy should walk let us watch our own footsteps and not cut off their harmless mirth to suit our tastes that have grown sombre with age and care Let us not mistake gloom for pity or a broken spirit for gentle submission to lawful au thority Never be ashamed of your early surrounding because you are living in a more refined place at present Do not be ashamed of your old father and mother when they come to your city to visit you because their manners are a little old faahloned and try to smuggle them in and out of your house Call in your best friends and say to thinsr this is my father and mother if they had lived in your day and had had the advan t astf bard time your father and mother had in the early days of life depriv I ing themselves ol for necessities of life in order to save and leave something for their children when they are ready to layoff their earth ly toil IOThe beginning of strife is like the letting out of water says the wise king and in no case is this truer than in the case of family quarrels The little breach no larger at first than a childs finger could stop but thru which comes the continual dropping if not attended to in time will widen and stretch till one fine day there is a waking up to find the an gry waters surging around sweeping in and overwhelming all the sweet peace and love and harmony of home There is no greater fallacy than to suppose that because people are relatives there is fess necessity for the common courtesy that u willingly extended to a stranger It is worse than useless to attempt to repress a girls natural impulses The society and companionship of the opposite sex is a perfectly nat ural and healthful desire Shut her up and she elopes with a coachman cross her in love and she may fill a suicides grave while the world wonders how iit is possible one who had all that heart desired could wish to end existence Many of our young women readers are con sumed with ambitious desires they feel the divine spark which might be fanned Into a splendid lame but parental authority decrees they shall utold their hands and wait while the spark becomes dim and goes out taking hope perhaps life with it Do not choose a vocation for your daughter do not insist that she smoth er her ambitions and become oily a geniusThestrangled would electrify the world Give it free scope and a bewty welcome That Telephone Proposition At the stated meeting of Hickman local union 478 A S of E to be held at Farmers Headquarters MondayMarchp m The rural telephone propo sition will be taken up and discus sed and a report made on the fran TelephoneCowho arc seeking to establish an ex change in Hickman now have a line running as far as Tylers Oakwood Farm and desire to establish an ex change in our city This line the rural connects with points in Hick man and Graves Counties and are very desirous to get into communi cation with us Come out and hear preposiUonitwhich interests them is a live issue with our business men The A S of E people are also agitating an elevator for Fulton Co and three enthusiastic meetings have already been held to discuss ways and means and the feasibility of the enterprise This matter will also meetingEveryto be present as also any others who desire to see the farmer successful in their effort for profitable Prices for Farm Products Monday evening March 11th at 8 p m 0 DraggingDown DownPains art a symptom of ute most sedan trouble which can attack a woaua vas falling of the womb With this generally Domes irregular and painful periods weakcnlnc drains backache headache nenrcwsnes dizziness Irritability tired feeling etc The carols w ofECardui The Female Regulator cnratiyvegetabteextract strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain end regulates the menses It h a sure till permanent curt for all femAle complaints At all druggists ant dears In 100 kotUe Mi svrnxED AwruL PAIN In see womb and orarlM II writes Mrs otaIsoyIrrtCuWnew woman art do set autfar aslI did N M the NIt JHIIIdnt I ever took ar I Pale Thin Nervous Then your blood must be in a very had condition You certainly know what to take then take it Ayers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this Grand old family medicine nl 1 th eat e da t a r dHter wnld- I AnwrII two00 dnr uti t r1 I a1llr- oWl to te rNr lwr lIr atwt t wt baN t+tlutr 1tlhy 1tUq- wwl Atr h- i1I Xa4toyZO Al LMcwt4NA- 1 b It1-F inwvwot iers AQteate L CBUIT rtctotu wkaNtl Wplidk tII rr aurale aN- A special agent of the post office department has been investigating packages mailed at various plates and found that several of them contained writing which was against the law The persons who mailed the packages were fined ten dollars each One man was trying to return a lot ot stuff that he had ordered from Sears Roebuck Co and took occasion to tell the firm his mind in not sending him what he ordered He borrowed the money from a merchant to pay his fine who was entitled to his trade MoralplaIn to be seen by any person of average intelligence LISTEN ml rMHMalmr UtfI Mil time f u offer frro pain f I tf4tit lye damp wwiUwr wfcmi ur kwul imt cr7eiiIHnlUnt SxwLffi wtH rwri1apruiMaRIklae Hum at N l- Ti IIliM1tUU wrtst 1 here HMI 5UIsinfltlr1sU tnf that HttW 1 as IrCrow lhM iris i utlal 1 HIM MM 1 own tlrf kI ytntf MM ha + M +oM Hy Ouwvili rue HUM rod Jl 4m A KlilMMI The only way to make the average man appreciate anything is to take it away from him Freak Bills The Kentucky legislature is not the only one wbioh freak bills quotaHereprize winners In Kansas a bill was passed chang lug the name of George Denolf to George Bell but failing to change the name of Mrs Denolf Now therein trouble in that family In Missouri in addition to the bill to tax bachelors bills have been in troduced to prevent tipping to reg ulate spend thrifts to prevent the manufacture or sale of popping matches prevent boys from playing compelfarmersvines and cockle bur plants on theii farmsIn Maine a bill has been intro duced permitting any person to kill any dog found running at large In Colorado a bill has been offered prohibiting foot ball In Wisconsin a bill has been in troduced providing that all eggs must be stamped showing the day on which they were laid This is to prevent the sale of antiquated hen fruit A bill to tax bachelors and one to provide for the incorporation of a cemetery for cats have been offered in Massachusetts These are only a few of the t freaks offered in the different state legislatures but they serve to indicate that about as many cranks can be found in legislative bodies as outside of them IrevnnllW will ftnmiptljr pdeek rukl or tile IIrl e wbm lakes twiTr or Ml Illy nra true 1rveutlw ure ontrl tinyoldItA4ltlilloWIon Unld tree If ifs will write tutu ample prove their merit Ubeok early U1t141IIMHold Let the Hickman Ice It Coal Co sell you some of their coal Youll use no other Telephone 48 CURES CANCER ANDBLOOD POISON blond erupflogand rltliiK liuriiliiir Itrlilnit klu roppo- raputor mh nu tile akin pry cllta In mouth or throat fnlllmc lulU tmln old rlicumntUm or foul rntnrrli tnkr llet tnnlo lllood llnllii Ul II IU It kill HIM rup10llapnliuitopnixln perfect furu U Iliulcofllir Hunt mm of IHiKxl IolMin For caner turlhorewotlltlgb callus borns ugly ulcer prnlitont pltnpliiI of all kliwK cure tile worm humor or 1111 praU nit rl HiKik ThouwiuUpurnlhy H IL II nflitrnll vita fall 1111 II roiupoM ot purr uotaiilo1 Inamllnnti lmprov illi0dlK tlon iiinkr awfulItcldllltlnTllolIhl7Urulrtroltenmpleledlrwrltlnillot11nioerlba trouble mid law iiinllrnl ndvlco nlllO Miit In Mttlmi letter Meals cooked right served right rioc l tilde tJeCafc1 I NOTICEr Your Water and Light rent is due on the OF EACH MONTH and if not pnd iby IIFIRST will be cut off took effect November 1 1000I IThiPay at the Hickman Ice do Goal Co office at the Ice factory Office open from 7 a m until 0 p m any day except Sunday and on the 9th and 10thof each month it iis open until 0 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co Inc- A O CARUTHERS Mgr The Couriers Want Ads Pay dd d i h r4 u5tI Will build you tONA HOMEMAHY MONTI IKV 1AVMKN It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line ef building materu hardware sash and doors to be found in the city M1 are right You be the judge i call and see vv A DCDDS 111t1rit 3 JONES CAFE J fand oPUL LUNCH PAIT H SUCXaftOR TO A O CARVTUBRS U Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Canes Fine Candies Etc A continuance of your patroQage solicited E 0 YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality nt a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar antee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters W J BARRYHI- CKMAN KENTUCKY o varll rs a efrcIitsl Bnk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The BUStS That wo offer to depositors Other in ducements uro qf secondary importnnct Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Ca illIr- H BUCHANAN President DJeEOTORS- H MUUIIAIUN J J v NUNIIUNANT U II TIIMK kH J w ALEXANDER K MISUIK Jtr J a1IIC111Lnlb T A IKDPOKD Better Printing For Less Money N THE COURIERI I- 1s t t