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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w NMI- ttOu tIIIIYq Y A j t THE GeOURIER1 N teem that PUS the ComtttBtcial Wagon up the Hrl1llf Succeu The CDUTU c J fl SMn Good Team Grease the Exist of Yaw Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up IlI XO 40 A 1 it WESTERN XEXTOOKT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTYP- j KENTUCKYt FRIDAY MARCH 15 1807WHOLE H0 2170 r jranlt Smiih NT POIt NashviIIe Steam Laundry t Klter Rood sulk Ambergs y- F me IMorses ersaL prod SIr if the Ina at OTlkroan Ixtey vttii a mim Ui Tyler has tiedt Md Paste Ji to tMt CJltttR- A tugs bunoJi ere r all Dulles i tie oyly htrse I wsof mire Iha 10 alas ty tbeI j Mix This at Home pmts IMrnaalal- SeeNr1dllore e aIMS I w a ttlrsstllsat- eye totter tojtm rIN tile J wuUorolsuUor ro npttult at Vaolc and MailoraiMl s1 tnt ntwik to to lie lllaft M a ingthtrlMaoy I UMUUost title half i lottpn one sviwf sortapa Mfce Iwo WIJ ihalc oslkrtc a teaIj tort anl again 41081 saW i g1vet r I hefts a 4Sf1ltwF L 11 aiK lottery J 111i to o ro poraac Vrmleveryday dftIJI slleltld r pf Mion deaI tMe Mm truer hausesIn tall to me this t J640a Hkkman Furniture Co Inc Is Undertakcra Telephone No 20 tMe sewing ma tirt reed sales t n Intl yeta scw boot matte 41 P- IIt Itt j I sap11 Now If CODe after those r jjUjj andti 7sIRY rib the NeIII mir111 new be MNoticeM fi r ra pawing houses he thisAny 1 will be pleased avhi TMOMPSOM 41s GrOOdhI IIIP- NNUCOAL let S450glet J I IIItlllPh0e 18DeROW l CongreM Adjourned The fiflyninth congress ended last week and has now passed out of existence except as matter of history The session was less than three months in length indeed as very little was done before the Christmas holidays congress had actually only two months in which to transact alt its business There was necessarily great haste and rush and an absence of that Cull and free discussion of questions that assures intelligent action The appropriation bills were extroardln arlly large much larger than ever before and they monopolised most of the session so that much general1 queaUtnUttJed congress has done abut as much awe s could have hoped fer under the circumstances The appropriation bills came first In importance Usually they are laid aside for gen anlt the session which ended last week acted differently and gave ample appropriations for many enterprises and improvements that have beenI held over from year to year As ai consequence the total breaks all1 records amounting to 06764406 t The previous sowioa of the ad t irnlsg egress had appropriated I 879189185 making a total of 41847233258 her the FlfynlnthIi congress The Fiftyeighth congress voted 1601JS7010 the b1t seventh 1533212268 the Fiftyjj sxlth 1476186291 and the F1ftyII 189697 954946055 Thus in ten years the government as nearly doubled Its expenditures The increase has been in every line In every branch and bureau of the government The stray and navy call for 177493289 to which wOII be added pensions 145000000 the total war and deft se cost up to 322493289 or once of the total expenditures Ourh stoaae department calls for a RHtoh larger sum than ever before 3121191193 With all these a assay upon the government we are lucky in having been able to secure this year the very handsome of 86963432 for interior improvements to our titers and harbors as usually these improve meet have had to give way to the and navy or some other depart meet The total of the appropriations large but the country will not seriously objeot as we can meet the expense It includes moreover as we have already noted a number oCII undertakings which should have been provided for la the put years but which were for various reasons left overojllAWj 1IxlfinINtII HOW rcfiulrn lHllr aNy pulton vnlnr Into I ftV4VUtfHlilUtlimil HilMt Iw firlHtnlMH th I hlll asNlru ita r Pftf thta rMI ttHll hrI1Id oilier lHtlt UH luiVlHrf Itt Ithlnph UttHtfll of Nr Nu i 4 nark itH lir Hhw + 11IHHMl IN ihN HtMtWHM 4 II of ItHl hjr Uw t ell the talwl Awl nrMy Nils tmi it I Mtlii to IM la llio itutl Lo W W trl a it1 ly relxarkalde IN Ml h nr- ii ly TWk IM tMiwv iMrtlMilnrl12 with of twr llWrH ln I1 mi tmvlxic jr + IxlurFwith Htm ViintMr mtrvtRlly tl IHKIP 1M kiMi NINI otlmr ap1Nre No MITI IIMrIN IIINrI1 IIn a1NND 141 1 of 1le IItl hr rllllllldllr Ilh t11Nlti7 tllrliIIr tiel ll by nil tlmtlvr Their Last Words Daniel Webster American atatell tJtImanhI still JIvetJ Goethe German poet Open the and let In more light If as Winfleld Scott American general James take good rate of the JI Charles II of England Dont poor Nelly Nell Gwynn starve Robert Burns Scotch poet Dont that awkward squad fire over my tJ graveH C Barrett the undertaker la- with the Farmers Hardware Comc pany Incorporated the house oCb quality Gasoline at the Courier Office in F Mere andi There Perhaps the average intelligent man don not know that the Mett and crispest celery is grown upon marshy sputa where the soil is almost exclusively composed of rotted vegetable substances There are hun dreds of places In Alabama and other Southern states that have gunny plantedInSSOO of this choice table luxury There Iis net one fourth enough eel cry grown to meet the market de mans The musky lands can be purchased for S6 ta 10 per acre and If put in celery would make a splendid living for a family The famous celery grown at Kalamazoo hitch is grown on the mucky black vegetable bogs and the GeV mans have a monopoly of this plant Why do not some come South and buy similar lands and go into the cultivation of celery 1 oThe portion of how long it will1 take to exhaust the opal deposit In the earth is not of as much Import duce as that more intimate problem how long the deposit in the cellar will last o theyJapanese war sleud lately It passed away with a largely tnoreac ed naval appropriation bill Strange rx A new swindler has made his appearance along the Kentucky and Tetmosjee border and his victims are numbered by the score t in fact every one he has visited has been victimized The man sells an inferior grade of bed springs He dome and asks permission examine the feather beds With is knife he rips open the tick and thrusts in his hand and brings forth handful of feathers mixed with bugs which be had taken from his pocket Those he exhibits to the aitoalihotl household In these homes it is alleged he planed springs for 10 that oeuld have been purchased for 450 taking the bug Inhabited feathers In exchange for the springs oMr Gresham promotor of the HlokmanSIkeiton railroad was In Charleston last week and while there stated that the road would be built bonds could be floated to get money to do the work with o The new moon 1is said to be a dry ne Evidently It passed the anti ug law up there ex Gov Beckham has appointed the following members of the state board health Dr H D Rodman Shelbyvllle president of the State Association R M Allen Lexington secretary of the Pure ood Commission Morgan Hughes Bowling Green vice president of State Farmers Institute ex William Bennett of Gravesend Y is said to be the only man in he United States who has a life long job The city of New York is com pelled to employ him at 10 a day long as he lives and continues to perform his duties 1 Iowa men who desert their wives or children will be punished by having to serve a term In the penitentiary An unsuccessful effort was made to make the punishment applicable to women as well who desert destitute husbands ex You must be especially careful inI lng your cne thousand dollar The money stolen recently j from the Chicago sub treaury was that denomination A man is considerably more Inslg j nificant at a stork party than at blown s wedding ex Some teeth are valuable evenI when no longer useful One of Sir Isaac Notions teeth sold for 3400 and 20000 was offered for one of the teeth of Heloise at the time her body was exhumed A tooth said I NapoleonIex There Iis said to be but one non Rugland employed In the six States who are not members of the union ex A Berlin periodical has printed the opinions of over 100 authors on the effect of alcoholic drinks on brain work A large majority of them pronounce it injurious c Got a new bill in your pocket If you have look just above the printed line Register of the Treasury sad you will see the signature of f W T Vernon This man who is d negro black as the ace of spades I too boasts of having not a drop of white blood m his veins has signed Statesitonospresident 9 t Card playing has become so gener al among German women of the upper clues that regular lessons In t playing are now given in fashionable I boarding schools for girls ex J The St Louis GlobeDemocrat says we are getting rich at the rate of 10000000 a day Thats news Isntt It Has your bank account shown any preceptlble Increase InC the past week r The oratorio oCtiThe Messiah was given entirely by graphophone to an audience of over 1000 persons In Weymouth England recently It was consld red a complete musi cal success o Several sponge farms all of which arc paying concerns are to be found in the Mediterranean Until lately sponges have been collected from the sea 8oor but of late years they have been cultivated Are you a member of the latest club It is the Appendicitis Clubc One has been organized at Pa ducah with about seventyfive char 1 members No one is eligible unless they have undergone an oper atfon for this ailment We still have the Philippine Is lands on our hands An amendment to the Philippine agriculture bill de elating the intention of the United States to abandon the Islands as soon as a stable independent government was established was defeated c Wouldnt some nice looking girl make a hit by posing in the kitchen r with her hands in the dishwater Who will be the first to try it 1IIex The city papers are all right If you want them but it is the local paper that advertises your business your school your churches and your numerous societies sympathizes with you In your affliction and rejoices In your prosperity in ahortn it is your local paper that mentions the thousand and one items in which you are interested during the year and which you do pot find in the city paper It is your home paper that records your birth publishes In your marriage and chronicles your death To the great journals the forty page compendiums of daily Q N ha openings of the world you are not even a cipher To get the least notice from them you roust steal a million commit an atrocious murder or have a half dozers living wives But your local paper watches over you with loving solicitude all the time If you are sick it is sorry and hopes you will soon be well It tells when you come and go when your house burns down or you build a new one when your Johnnie has the mumps or your Mary has the measles and how much yourl little Pete weighs on arrival ex A Kansas professor has located the Garden of Eden near Yazoo City Miss Surely the south is something wonderful ex IL sorter like this country When the spring Is singin sweet An the violets in the valleys Are a carpet for your feet When you hear the birds alingin1 AH in gratitude for May An the cattle bells are tlnklln In a drowsy sorter way But any kind o season Wherever may be Its still this country brethren That fills the bill for mel s7 A person making a subscription to a public enterprise In this case the erection of hotel may withdraw hey time before the list is delivered to the persons in whose interest the subscription is mule and before he has accepted the proposi ion or acted upon it ex The Missouri legislator who Introduced a bill limiting women to two bats a year at a maximum cost of 198 each knewvveryr well that Missouriwomen are net allowed to vote m r Senator Blackburn of Kentucky was last week appointed a member of the Isthmian Canal Commission The Senator will retire from the Seqate March 4 He is succeeded by Judge Paynter Senator Black burn has been in public set vice for thirty years His salary as aI member Of the Commission will be 10000 year 4 An ounce of push Is worth a pound off lucky charms ex German scientists announce that the material for a man weighing 150 pounds can be found in the white and yolks of 1200 hens eggs Reduced to a fluid the average man would yield ninetyeight cubic meters illuminating gas and hydrogen enough to fill balloon capable of lifting 155 pounds The normal human body has in it the iron needed lo make seven large posit the fat for fourteen pounds of candles the carbon for sixtyfour gross of craycns and phosphorous enough for 820000 matches Out of it canII be obtained besides twenty coffee spoons of salt fifty lumps of sugar and fortytwo Uteri of water DONT COMPLAIN ItyourehiMl tinliit and you re uiuilito to Imp UXIIUMI i ft rtuiiili liujr n lutlle of ILnllttnr lloreliouiMl riyruit and you wnnl ImvMhtur ctiUtfh ltd n Imtllu nuN unit thai etch Will nol hut limit A mini for nil lull nuinnrr tliMWMtf Mr J OMlVMton ntr Itlltll cniit wiy miouiili fur llnlmnl UiHrlxHiml Sjrrtiii Tli0r IfoHl lm throe N wl tliNt l e nWmonry r r in lo ixy tM lijr ViMKlllrf Drnir Hlnrw nml llwlm A IMm Notice All persons holding debts against the estate of Jrio W Stowe deceased are notified to prove same as required by law and present to or R T Tyler of Hickman Ky Mas LULA E STOWE 40 Admrx I Coal from the Newton Coal Co will be delivered after this date at the tall and summer prices 450 ton lots Manhattan Island was originally bought from an Indian for 25 t N ar r t 1iiYoa- iliaad9 I All Holt Prii A a a It a a a a ESTABLISHED IB THE TEABIMI uo JIlJIl Iraand JI 1 represent the Fulton Steam Laundry and will appreciate a of your patronage EEIIhare at leaves Bradley Tues day Will call for your 01laundryChester stones JI1JiJI1 Shortage of Children The cry has recently been raised In Baltimore that the new child labor law makes It impossible for some of the factories to operate successfully because of the number of children taken out of their employ and sent to school Mr Schonfaber of ths Bureau of Labor Statistics says the truth is that factories are always short of child labor merely because it is cheap JabortlThelr cry for shortage is merely a question of economy with them They could get all the men they want at from a dollar and a quarter to two dollars a day to do the carrying out and cleaning up but they want boys because boys are cheap and If they cannot get boys they want girls or + women who are forced to work for what they can get And If there was a shortage ofachildren all over the country on this account the country would be much better off 4 IUflUmae ulTurrr can hares tree MM Elo of Dr hoop lllinumnllo ltetaedyrrl1 Ur14IIPbow lit liJurlp + ithuutuatle Remedy sue bema saiurel death hull IJJ alt dealn United States Gunboat Wasp The people along the lower Mississippi river as far up as Cairo will again witness the sight of another of Uncles Sams fighting vessels This time it will be the US gunboat Wasp It is 180 feet long 23 feet wide and has a screw propeller with a speed of ItiJ knots an hour Its mission up the river is a recruiting trip to encourage as large a number as possible of our able bodied young men to enlist in the service of their country and become a Jack Tar which Is an invitation that many of our young men would do well to consider and iif they accept it will probably be the best resolution that they ever made The government pays all the way from 16 to 100 a month owing of course to the position occupied Board and clothing are furnished A training school is conducted and the poor boy stands t as good a chance for promotion as the rich The requirements are good character and a knowledge of reading and writing The applicant must be between 18 and 30 years of age and must stand a physical examination The vessel has just left New Orleans and is slowly making its way up the river stopping at all the larger towns for a short time Just when it will arrive at Hickman is not known but it is almost certain to be here several days Criticise yourself today and others tomorrow tt 19WlDr S K Davidson DENTIST itOIHaa over OowKllls Drug Store t Hickman Kentucky V V t i t 3 r r f1 t lLd 1 I 4 ILELLISON BROS IIIIThisstore is now receiving daily large shipments of rff NEW GOODS I t1andwill soon be showing complete assortments of all kinds of V = Dry Goods Dress Goods and Silks for Spring i Suits and Skirts Waisting Wash Goods of Vf every sort White Goods Embroideries Laces and Ribbons Ladies Waists I JIandSkirts Millinery Gloves c 1 Muslin Underwear and Ladies Furnishings in all tho now ideas for Spring House furnishing Rugs nnd Floor Coverings in groat variety Mens Womons and Children Shoes and Slippers in complete assortments Mons and Boys Clothing and Furnishings of nil kinds Tho showing of Mens and Boys Hats for Spring is unusually attrnotivo You are cordially invited to call and inspect our offerings We will bo pleased to show you any nnd everything whether you wish to purchase or not You will find our of faring decidedly new and fresh and includes the very latest attractions in nil lines and notwithstanding tho heavy advances in price on all classes of mer chandise you will see that Our Prices Are Low ELLISON BROS ELLISON BROS There was a time when having a suit of clbthcs made to your measure was an expensive luxury that only a1 few couldr ford but the ROYAL TAILORS Of New York and Chicago by far the largest tailoring estab lishment in the country have changed this condition They have been doing a successful tailoring business for 42 years and their motto i- sPAY r LESS AND DRESS BETTER And they actually sell you a suit made exactly to fit you cheap er than you can buy one of same quality readymade You have only to call at our store and look at the samples ofwool ens to be convinced of this We have compared the cloths and know it to be so If you want a new suit for Easter re member that Easter comes March 31st and you should GET YOUR ORDER IN EARLY WE GUARANTEE A FIT ELLISON BROS ELLISON BROS cMens Clothing Wo wish to announce that it is our intention to discontinue car rying a largo stock of Mena Roiulymade Suits and for that reason have not bought any now suits for Spring Wo still have about 450 Mens and Young Mens Suits forming quite an KBortmont of all goods purchased mostly in the last two seasons Those suits are all well made andof good quality and aro mostly staple styles Wo want to close tnom out and are offering any suit in the stock a- tABOUT HALF PRICE verylittlostock if you can find a suit you like you will finda bargain s Ellison BrosL i J t u Council Proceedings Hkkman Ky March 11 1907 Council met in called session Present Mayor Dillon Council men Elnand Donnell Hale Helm Caruihfrs and Hertwlck The object of the meeting was to appoint a Policeman for night duty Numerous applications were pre rented and upon a vote being polled resulted in the election of E A Hammond as night Police Mr Hammond was called in and the oath of his office was duly ad ministered to him by Mayor Dillon On motion Council adjourned H C HEUI City Clerk Fair Warning Following is the City ordinance relating to contagions diseases It Is printed by order of the City Board of Health CityIlows That it shall be unlawful for any person having any infectious or contagious disease to appear upon the streets or any of the public places of the city of Hickman Ky and any person so offending shall be be fined notless than S5 nor more than S95 2 That it shall be unlawful fo any person who has been exposed any infectious cr contageous disease and who is in such condition as like ly to communicate the disease to others coming near to come upon the streets or other public places of the city of Hickman Ky and any person so offending shall upon oon viction be fined not less than SS nor more than S95- J That it shall be the duty of every physician practicing in th city tonotify the mayor at once up on the discovery of any infectious or contagious disease in the city and any physician failing to do so shall be fined not less than S25 nor mere than S95 4 That it shall be the duty of the Mayor upon notice of such in fectious or contagious disease to cause a yellow flag to be displayed in a conspicuous place upon the premi ses where such disease exists and any person who shall unlawfully tear down or injure said flag shall be fined not less than 25 nor more than 95 If the owner of the property or the party in possession of same shat- fail to keep said flag displayed unti removed by the proper party he or she shall be fined not less than 15 nor more than 95 The Mayor shall upon a certifi cate from the attending physician or where there is none upon the cer tificate of the City Physician that all danger of contagion or infectio- from the premises or the person hav lug said disease is passed shat- cause said flag to be removed 6 No person residing on the premises when said yellow flag Is displayed shall appear upon the streets or any public place of the city without a physicians certifi cate that there is no danger of per sons contracting said dlseas from him or her and any person so of fending shall be fined not less than 5 nor more than S95 Best goods best service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw Bet tersworth The Thaw Trial Morsels of wickedness Rehearsing of sins Lawyers wax fat and The devilhe grins I By the emphatic majority of 1941 Knoxville Tennessee Monday numbered the days of the saloon The result surpassed even the ex pectations of the most sanguine of the leaders of the temperance cause Knoxville cast the largest vote in its history today by nearly 2000 and of that immense vote the dry ticket swept the city by almost two to one The dry ticket received 4175 and the wets 2255 votes It was a veritable landslide for prohibition Lenten Service The Rev T T Baguall will EpllcopalChurch 730 pm He will also preach on Monday and Tuesday night at 7 30 There will be services on Wednes day afternoon at J oclock and Friday night at 730 The Missionary Class will not meet next week C L PRICE Rector It is about time to bear the proph ets or authority on fruit say whether the fruit Is all killed The trees are in bloom and ere long the old earth will be clothed in her garb of green Dont forget the Courier sells gasoline When you need it dont forget the place The trouble thetrusts an exchange says iIs that they dont trust anyone even themselves L L we etwf I afrN lly lUv II O JobiiMin The second week of the Union Meeting a is nearly passed Much Christian work has been done and much good has been accomplished Bro Hart is has been tireless In his efforts some days holding as many as four services Four or five cot tage Prayer Meetings are held every day These are well attended and helpful to the workers Much interest has been manifested In the services at the Mengel factory Many men and boys have promised to lead better lives The leader of the choir has never tired in his efforts to have good music Most of the Lingers keep in their places and the music daily growibetter Surely it is good to see every body keeping sweet and mak ins music for the glory of Cod It is a great privilege to be lu such a choir and under such a leader The Childrens service on Sunday InspirIng old as well as the young The old felt called to set good examples youngrrejoiced in their privilege te begin the Christian lite That was a great Meeting for men 01 Sunday night Fully Ave bun dred men listened ta the Lecture All sorts of sinners were present and no doubt many of them romis ed to live a better life Where is the man who was not glad to see so many of our men listening to the wordeThe early morning services at the Depot have been weft attended and much interest has been nwalfcited by men who seem anxious to become Christians Pernaps some are hear ing the Gospel for the first time Who does not rejoice in the privilege to preach and stag the Gospel to men on the street who will not take time to go to a pvMte service In the church sayingsSalvation in the heart of man that makes him love what God loves and hate what God hatesSalvation I perlDamnation is preeminently a personal matter Scripture is not true bemuse it is in the Bible t but it Is la the Bible because It is true II We have wit and round coal for usnfigure with youNewton Coal Co 1Mr Montgomery of Providence Ky a brother of Mr ll F Mont gomery the furniture man Is In town the guej of his brother Dorena We are glad to know the river is falling again Quite a moving took place last Webnesday five famlles moved the same day We hardly khow where folks live now Dr Bright made a visit to see Mrs Newton last Friday She is reported better at this writing The chief engineer Mr OBryan appointed Esq Tankersley Inspector of the levee work He made a wise selection Mr Tankersley will see that the work is done right Mr Polhamus made a trip to East Prairie last week Mesdames Crawford and Alexan KingIGuy Hall attended the funeral of his cousin Mr Charlie Williams of Halle well Ky last Saturday CairoSaturdayRev Lucas will preach next Sun day at Locust Grove Mr Upton was called to the bed DlythevllleArka short time after he arrived Mary Polhamus is on the sick list toArbbyswho has a severe attack of pneu mania Mr John Bryant Is now handling corn and paying 42 cents per bushel- J H Pickett made a business trip to Charleston Monday We are sorry to learn of the death andMrsmorningSheknew her We extend our syraj pathy to the bereaved parents and I relatives A Virginia Jury at Culpepper has acquitted James and Philip Strother accused of the murder of their bro therinlaw William F Bywaters who seduced afterwards married theirMIterI nn 1httll7tt YYTYyyV Courier Want Cum MM C VMqpts Or 0v a4NI tArt vN nuantaUmHN + J rJn IIAu4usAUUUyFOR Jl4L 40 MM JHK u 7R4 housesRickman 1LI7 r 77dence r 40 JH P z FOR SALE Home anj slrable location For par apply to Mrs E Case 44 FOR SALE CHEAP 14 work horse 1 gentle bug r young unbroken hone 43 Brur yrJ STRAYED Small boor horse mule 8 years ofi v highGoalderGoalderFOR SALEJ good rr Cr4 to 6 years old also 1 g ApphC I FORSALBOneworkM WagerMower lIayJflO D MATES 1 FOR SALE Hw or eight or ten good young w1ri Will sell on tea months o approved security J F Dodds Co yearPncegood sole Apply at M i Berrys farm near Wood v or to J P Maddcx PaR SALBl have s bred Stogie Comb White Cockerels for sale also T 2 very flue paM at SIOo- S4oo per 100 M G Cayce Ky Senator Blackburn The president and Setters have outlined the duties f rious members of the canal sloe although the commit reorganisedUnder rz Blackburn sow a coma Kist be the diplomatic OH RftPresents In addition to these dw Blackburn is to represent mission in Washington djr sessions of congress instead retary Taft before the committees when Informal sired on any subject an weal on which legislation r sed In addltien tla the forego Y be the duly af Mr DU k represent the Panama ran the public and deliver in the various cities of the an the Panama wealI scar the progress of the work wit i Y to keeping the public rrand interesteduThere will be no mor a treatment of the weal u u atar Blackburn commentm1 offices of the commission ir tw ington will be closet mat and the commissioners wil Isthmus to live Mr Blackburn and his will leave Washington for x J 7 the latter part of March A rolling sonwball gathers srY Just see it roll and watch I Y Twas tiny when it first beg But now its bigger than the 1 A Courier Want Ad stare j Will get results that grow v Attitude Toward Women Toward women the Ar mans attitude iis fine SheRer his deity nor his doll IIily treats her with deflrtnlJchivalry has as little to t saccharine utterances scragiand bended knees as has his ism with hysterical shrieks J the waiving of ensanguine l- He is stronger In his seie- rapparent J submission to the pJlhis household than the most J 1 vulgarian who prates ofN Y S je domination Place aux d J u more than a phraie to tits A can man His Inborn rtr 5 fJhersacrifice his own Godgirj f leges Upon the face of thr 1 or upon the waters thereof ex J more chivalrous being l1ttAmerican gentleman Union City will have fr 11 mail delivery beginning t iat The delivery was scheduled t iL e rbegun on the first of the mora l was postponed by the depart s for some cause until today An Atlantic Is rcfrf 1 nearly every trip L1H i oJ we Jd ilkw wwsw ickali rurnftnrcI I I kI I In i 4 7 We wish to announce the completion of our Spring line of Rockers Dining Tables Bedroom Suits Chairs Sideboards Beds Mattresses Springs and Sewing Machines fi Our stocks were never more complete merchandise selected to meet all Spring and Summer requirements f We are watchful of our prices and never permit them to go above the low level that has made this store so well known Offering Iron iSfill1ali Woven Wire Cots good ones only lsO 1 I J1r 11 I f- lVV av agents for the celebrated GOSHEN LAWN SWING an have a nice assortment in stock Call and see them r mFurniture Coznpany c VNDERTAKERSi ifN111K1ti4111111K1ti111tiN11aN144111ti1ti1tiN NNSN 1111 IE A t L COLUMN M7s rf1- mRioe 7ij n Il eC the Hazttl Jolt relay tc lh- t astlsstsllt nlr- atlltyttaRsfI tattt tapag- yCotter last xsoy aM tJFC It lit plfnaiIfa u I a ottalad- posulMe 1 ands f encit local gate lit ad re altwdy apI- W sttossthers- tot ltslidand- run attd hay trttfOn and azlac ilNdipan- ytatIMlat and- r sbod far Uies- eI pntelooable reprl te the wIIIchwnlW the 2kd fail lc + how ar read i ti result would meddlod andt oftryen otothtJlg ofHifTwhole matter v stead of money would be the ttanner would tr gutty and eggs s supplyt y IN implements I would demandc farmer would Now which h the demand dbr shop and rf a dime you do J- I he barber sup neces7uI IIU and If the rti ar r t tgmlzed they 0 like the will take any you aad to or tNt if are win that year come to the at a and pay a or tarn yw out and you can go to to got the same to true of the an at Ute re and and an for will get it but so at on the at one hall or two It cost to some OM wilt be to at to sell to the some or some of his un at a fair the wilt the he took core of the it WAS We are now to up the to that In the first must be not to ruin one and by with and be so as to a for all and hold to that So Is the de for farn and the for that to this It iis not that all The can be the i e the i c the not the that the An even at the will that and the a rip ple in and is a lion and will for the the will not be The will not be ly to to up he lost on The will how i of he can sell at I and ton Ute Are f I WE WISH to call SPECIAL ATTENTION to our Undertaking Department We carry at all 1T times the largest stock of undertakers supplies in Western Kentucky which can be fittedup on short notice at all times We keep an experienced undertaker on duty both day and night and all night calls will be answered promptly IrPHONE NO 20 farmers price ser work from daylight midnight perhaps without dinner copper they organised they rfemajid chop reasoBable hour reasonable price theywill another shop answer This farmers welt HwrofcmU Msuwfact batbtr Whenever they unite flossed equitable price their ptodecU iWy long Liter dump their products nwrkrts thirds whet produce them flood demand them that price them back farmer organised brethren profit Thou farmer abuse merchant bemuse supply Mntfl demanded prepared tike jHttyocfof organisation change condition place farmers taught another their business competing each other they must organised make prtee their products price great wand products 101m perative necessity them accomplish purpose absolutely necessary farmers should thus cooperate price only broken when daily supply visible supply exceeds demand actual demand demand gamblers make butthe consumers demand supply cqutable price maintain price meet worlds demands without business commercial affairs This simple business proposi make merchandising much safer honest merchant because prices constantly fluctuating merchant constant forced cheat Peter make what Paul honest farmer know just many bushels grain just flow many dollars just r much he can pay his farm hands instead of guessing at all these things as he now doss Call Cotton and Adams when you need plumbing or tinning done They guarantee their work Death Of Mary Pickett Little Mary Pfckctt is dead She died Monday after a short illness of Menfogitis She was the daughter ol Mr and Mrs Tom Pickett When the news of her death was heard exprcMtons ol sympathy were heard from many who knew her and the bereaved parents Her death comes as a dark shadow to friends and to her rela lives who loved her so dearly Sleep on in thy beauty Thou sweet angel child By sorrow unblighted By sin undeflled Like the bird of the ark Thou hast flown to thy rest From this wild sea of strife But laden with golden wheat Services were held at the residence Tuesday at one oclock and interment of the remains was had at Browns graveyard afterwards The Courier with the many friends of the family extend sympa thy and condolence to the bereaved family and relatives in the sad hour of death The trial of Will Thomas for the killing of Henry Cooley last April was called Saturday in the circuit court at Mayfield and is now in prog ress James Whitlock 80 years old died at his home at Fulton Friday afternoon after a brief Illness of pneumonia He was an old confed erate soldier He is survived by a wife and several adopted children He was generally loved In his com munity William T Walker a well known citizen of Hickman county died Thursday at his home near Fulton He was a confederate soldier under Capt Tylers command during the wartCotton and Adams will do any of their work over free of char e that does not give satisfaction M C Cheek Successful M C Cheek of Fulton has at last won his appointment to the Untied States Naval Academy and a better satisfied boy could not be found in the state He has long cherished the hope that he would some day go to the naval school Last year he was appointed an alternate and went to Annapolis to undergo the examination He passed with high honors but the first man also passed and young Cheek failed to get the appointment Later Cadet Gale Robbins of Mayfield resigned from the academy and Congressman James appointed another Mayfield boy to succeed him again naming M C Cheek as alternate The young man who received the appointment failed to make good on the examination and young Cheek lea the berth M C Cheek is the 17 year old son of Prof J C Cheek principal of the oily schools of Ful ton and formerly of Hickman He graduated from Carr Institute last year and is at present attending the State College at Lexington Ky He is a bright promising young roan and there is no doubt about his making good in the naval ser vice New Stand I have opened a new grocery and confectionery in the Frenz Building on Clinton street and will ne glad to have a share of your patronage 43 E P WRIGHT The CobleWalker Wholesale Grocery Co of Union City has quit business The Company sold to the West Tennessee Grocery Company Union City now has but one whole sale house It is Bald that the physicians of Union City have a trust and that they have all agreed to charge 2 for each day and 250 for each night visit within the city limit In our opinion three is a chance for some good physician to make good by opposing the trust More good advice would be take rn If it were not given in a manner that leads one to believe the giver I IS anxious to get rid of It j j iI Carr Eddings a former Fulton boy was killed at Allegheny Pa one day last week His parents had not heard from him for many years until they were apprised of his death by a telegram A 16 yearold boy asked his father for several hundred dollars to speculate on His father expecting to cure him of speculating by hav ing him lose the money gave it to him but the boy played the markets so successfully for a year that he cleaned up 40000 before his father could prevail upon him to stop and go to college Mrs John Howard 65 years old died last week at her home near Crutchfield Death was a result of general debility The remains were interred at the Union church yard Investing in a Boy There is no finer monument that a rich man can put his money into than a life Take a poor boy who aspires to do something one that will make honest use of the advan tage that is provided him direct him in some special line of life educate him in it stand by him as long as his course is straight clean and upward as long as he pre serves the ambition to DC something and to take care of himself Then if he is a success which he is likely to be there is an extension of the benefactors life far into the future Walter Underwood aged 43 of the Jordan neighborhood died Tuesday of last week He was sick of pneumonia only a few days before his death Burial occurred at Lib erty church yard 1i I 1 Plumbing Economy Employ experts and equip your bathroom with high grade fixtures if you desire real plumbing economy Installing Mdttd Porcelain Enameled Ware assures you unitary perfection and the t quality of our WOIk will save you money in repair bills Welll be glad to estimate on this kind of wok for youtBooklets illustrating toMiM Watt sent free COTTON ADAMS PLUMBERS and TINNERS F- i 1 I It ip THE HICKMAN COURIER Crttrt WM 1ra1wH KW k Ails =BEE W o SPEER J 0 BEXTOK Elltrn ud rrItut =ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR a CASH IN ADVANCE I dTthe llhkwnn H Kentucky pests ftaa Mwond chum mall nottt- ff Friday March 16 1907 Mott Ayres handed another lemon to Hickman last Saturday at Hen derson The call for the Railroad Commissioners convention provides that the county mass meeting iin Fulton county to select delegates the district convention shall be hetf at Fulton In all the other J8 coun lies of the district the county meetI ings wilt be held at the county seats Clinton Gazette This is the third time we hay I had occasion to remind the odito- of iithe Gazette that the people o the western end of Fulton county j are not desirous of continuing the factional feeling between the two extremes of the county as has 1 former years been donethat Hick man is not making any complaint and as long as we do not we will I respectfully ask Brother Walker to confine himself to his own county nose out of our business ukeefhiswants to stir up a skunk do so in his own county There are so many primary dec lions and conventions just ahead ofr us that we can barely tell one fro the other or when any of them will take place I When we fight the mall orde- houses J and if when we do we menJ lion the farmer people we do not mean as some people may tblnksthat we are leveling our attacks OB them We are not We do not think that it is right for the farmer to send his money away from home when he can Ret the article he sends C for at home We do not think it iis right for a citizen of the town to do the same thing We do not think i is right for a merchant to send away from home for something he oan getw at home as well and to permit his family to send away to other towns to get that which can be gotten at home It does not look good andIi the accusation is made that such is done and if they permit this to be peopltoampleWill jJj manager of the Cumberland Tele Jinterestl y resignedhis g 20th inst for Cairo Ills to take a more responsible positron in electri bDuringMac has made many friends who regtet his departureyet rejoice of that he is going up the ladder of tilellowswill do to tie to The Courier wishinghim In new field There is trouble in Breathitt County again The enemies of the Hargises are reported to have shot nlghtthislasted forty minutes and the homes riofvictims of the shooting Billy Johnson a youth aged 12 years met a horrible death at his MayfieJdJalta team which was hauling logs the ter boys foct got accidently fastened in the chain attached to the logs and hugelogoil one leg and otherwise injuring him From the effects of his Inju I ties he died a short time later grogressItgiven to the jury about the last of this week TIte Wy They Task About RUMAGOTb MAKES RHEUMATISM GO letter from a well known cllUcn of fowling Oreen Kt nrxTtz irY t trdtwewatwn1 1 kulait- o tyoqwtk1qftaaroR t 11 hlIu 4ULH JpopLITD DO nin air I IK 1r JwlMr IcaYour1fu17 J N xjN aItu- st 11 HI 1tre You Abu Sold by T T WJXSTZ RheumatismI dtwrtIhteb of ehmalo rrtppi nor turn boo y irrowthl tark to awh knln Th t ll IMPOMIM KM 1npow wtely kill SM SDI end pII 0 bit 1014 dluIn r tlJWIUI a tImlet In the QtT of IanMCalI1 f ow1 the IR tntmlbnt wltb medihprbfu that Utt McrwllM I slwtrwluIT trMU l teanT taa1ry11HefllhematteMbtaDOW iktUM It unU fomlriwMftll ruraU tales ol this b leash drradnl ltKM now MOdllk gnR WlKMtMKnwlHMKl W lDdlJ end tu away WMUMM truon at UU roamtr u trrrdrasdow unr wtwn added lo pur waver Ant then whMi UaolTii thm po4 onoui WMIM tntr pw from the eTne4 Mid the taw ol- MutHMttim tt rune lor rfr Then ll now ne igMitlt gii4isdWowoeauQer lentwrwtt rnromriMiJ Dr Stoops I RemedyI Caleb Powers Case- e announcedicalled at Georgetown either the I fourth Monday In May or the fourth Monday in July I byndefense to swear Robbins off the bench I Hickman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 t Death of Dr Dowie J John Alexander Dowie the far famed divine healer and founder of Zion City near Chicago died at atmthe age of 70 years Enfeebled in body and mind deserted by all buttt a straggling band of the hosts he tothis death in a way that would have pleased his fanny had be known in advance that his passing would be J martcudII In Ms last delirium he stood before a treat multitude and ex pounded his gospel sad denounced bia enemies and his dying ears heard the plaudits of the great audi ence which eagerly drank in his ariatlied and when be sank back exhaust c- cd on his pillow a sMile lighted his an face and he dropped restfully into eternal slep Of him the Chicago Post says Death was the kindest of John AiC cezaaderHis human foes stripped him before all the world of the power andpglory that were dearer than and loft him a helpless tottering old man a prisoner in the city he founded But death came on tiptoe the fallen leaders sickroom and him the one balm that could aseuage his agony forgetfulness ElljohIDr Dowie was a man of re raarkable personal magnetism and force Nature enriched him far the average man and her he used to upbuild one of the most remarkable personal religions j modern times He throve upon opposition and waxed mighty on the of the credulous tot he lived j long He drained too eagerly j his cup of honor and the dregs em bittered the last days of his JlCet death there will be a few of hisII once mighty host to do him honor but mercifully he has passed beyond of his foes woundthe power to iit The theThe recent rains caused a slight se in the river but at Cairo the river has about come to a stand teaching a stage of about 38 Cectaj Misses Dora Smith Bonnie Cart penter Virginia Prather Elizabeth Wilson and Mesdames Val Carpen and E G Oman were in Union City this week they went over to attend the services by Rev Cates who has been conducting a soul stirring revival at that place There were nearly or about 500 conversions H T Beale Commissioned a Notary Public H T Beale of the Courier this week received a commission from NotaryPublicnow vested with all the powers Of a Notary Public can take acknowl edgments of deeds mortgages and other papers required to be certified to according to law He can be found at the Courier office and will call at your resi dence or place of business to take acknowledgments or certify to any J statements Born to Mr and Mrs R L Gray a boy Louisville is experiencing trouble on account of a strike among the street railway employees Not a car moved all day Sunday T M Pollock left Tuesday for Lambert Miss to be gone about a month Mrs G L Collins Dead Mrs Hary J Collins wife of Mr leo Collins died at her home it East Hickman Saturday at noon a t pneumonia All the care and love that skilled physicians and anxious household could provide for her comfort and assistance were of no avail The Master had called her to her reward in heaven Services thenremains were interred in the City Cemetery The Courier wishes tto extend sympathy to the husband an 1 severalsmall children who are left to mourn the loss Sample Copies of TheLouisville Daily Herald may be had at this office Remember we can send The Courier and Louisville Daily Herald to any address in the United States for only 200 See the Hickman Furniture Cos Inc line of Spring Rockets before buying Mrs Fred Butler died Friday at her home near Futton last week She had been in very poor health several months and but recently returned from Texas She is sur vived by her husband and one little i5 months old child Hlokmans leading undertaker at CompanyIncorporated Lillian the little daughter of Mr and Mrs T D Thomas is quite sick After two years of litigation a decision has been rendered by Judge McElhinney in the circuit court at Claytoo awarding to M Logan Guthrie of Fulton Mo the prize of 25000 offered in a contest to the person who entered the nearest guess to the total number of paid admissions to the Worlds fair Guthrie guessed 12804616 which was announced as the exact number of admissions Pink Roach of Wickliffe aged forty years died Wednesday night Bright disease He is survived by his wife and five children The funeral took place from his home I Little Sarah the infant Mr and Mrs Don daugbterIj from ofa spell sicknessi Telephone Ice Factory Office hone no 48 for coalHickmanI- ce and coal Co Mrs Thomas Frazier aged 25 a wellknown lady of Fulton Iis deadIafter a brief illness of pneumonia She is survived by a husband and three little children Miss Mabel Wilson spent Satur daywith Mrs Paul Mckeel at Mayfield F G Burkett and Miu Rosa Kimbell of Fulgrum Kywere married by Esq Futtrell at Fulton Sunday Hubert Hertweck who arrived in Hickman from his home in Hayti Mo this week and began to work at the Hickman Wagon Co had the misfortune to get his finger bad ly lascerated He was making a calculation on the planer table when his pencil dropped and in picking up the belt was thrown on and is hand coming in contact with the or saw lucerated his finger painfully but not to such an extent as to cause amputation Hardware Cutlery Groceries all reasonable prices Shaw tt Bet Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe I With Its SECURITY To Depositors of 7000000 Capital and Surplus With The ASSURANCE j That every reasonable re quirement can be met with its 1 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 service that Is second to none EID Security For Your Live Stockof every kind ami for ir A Ids of jfr winjj croM I t wfht v wnt em1 what yNi hive n f rrwhen VU t uy Iff A t me that n bull im Irok IhrErr ci llriak l tn A41 d vnnitt pv for You want arIIjjhl in te fence yd IMV wrnjht enough l turn th Iwav4et let hen a wagon N w it is a fa laml y u tlMHikl new It that wr r ntiinK MN you obtain ut v wire that Is given m any fen x in the crk- liratodAMERICAN t FENCEIt isl made nn purpose to tt the heaviest mMt rturaMe Ant iaatIuinil Inv fpnci at n oy lckr j sold In larger quant itui than any rattler two fence in the w rll llv t its mrH The marten or AMERICAN PENCE awn anitr prraie Uncrown irn mines Hud UrwHr K s mills and us imrnenw fence fai tortm Their irudu t rs Uw m kiniwiedK STANDARD OF THE WORLD- We can show you this fence in our stock and explain III merits and uit rily slut inly M the old Come and sec us and get our pri- esIIICKMAN HARDWARE COJNC Fashionable Tailoring At Reasonable Charges liberal progressive methods thIS STOREare clearly evidenced Tailoring partment Fashionable dressers desirous rnadctomcaiurc garments if studious of self interest and quest of best results tailoring upon the lowest basis cost that can be obtained will to investigate the greater oppor portunities afforded here First and foremost is the high character of work perfectionperience show unrivaled results of fashion Distinctiveness fit and considcra tion quality and fabric finds equal great advantages The economy the placing of your order HERE is obvious fi That better results tailoring at LOWER COST than anywhere else are obtained here is an undisputed fact LET US PROVE IT TO YOU 4PACKARD Shoes for Men RED CROSS Shoes for Women in nil leadingleathers Let Us Fit Your Feet BRADLEY PARHAM ML MayfilldEugene Winks were married Monday at Fulton by Esq Fultrell A BABY Itctmuwl1IItIIIIf thrarrestLuiiMholiirA iiiotlm I eUUnm eat tKflinlonif wIlliifMtn Uittt III WKHrCrwii tliii I parwtshuttHWkuttMrs Edna Henderson is recover ing from an attack of rheumatic neuralgia Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg John Shell aud Miss Lula Foster both of Fulton were married at that place Sunday Esq Filttrell Cotton and Adams positively givepyCacUon The and of in its De in in of want of of in with by iIra I sae sasotNlwelwsa SIoaJXSIl Lm meltCroupSoreTroafSfif I Rheumatism and Neuralgiaj DelersPrice 100 Sent Free wSloansCattle Hogs 6 Poultry I Address Dr Earl S Sloan 615 Albny BostonMas w t F L Mulls tfrot with us In saying my Rifle tack pictured oil NsPUt froftlW It M inly tittups that we r i + M1 to who k known d1 fefcrto that k- r1i ojVtr this toMon Iti v jfi AM textwe it to- 4t tt sojimtw esfoct is pro whicft k tokw Ute name Wk0 k to shoat yet IMS stastow effect Is not rnt tie etleu feortoeof We OMI It omir MerM and r t Tht above to an em- lealst1 hilt dote f tnoQMlftyfkbricsof gatt Htt mmVo lip a Arty tio Iiii I gw or other i luiiKc CwuMerakk Idu Mwtteil though at bottom U rei4e The bands are veiiS17- P yud 35 to 50c N DI +H Gowls- ryou Wtyspr epdn tier you sash ttc oraoei- s an slMwft thc rer- I ertAtetotlM MM tfoftiv and dtww nW Ml be- Itl Ob rill h mml oboofcs of whq ifee and white A mist 50c giltiM MMn checks epAtint ta mild colon mall PIAl 43 aw 41 Inohcs tied 100 to 150 norno LMtiHg lightI and lJbti SO InhcswWe A 150 rMarch 1Swe will different You fabric or fashion and so different cannot reconcile to the idea You pronounQ the effects the effects Come JiujfUirml Silk Mm t ratten sktws a very artilY and stylish suit this fabrlo that has named Jae quart Chiffon Chiffon as you knew thin fabrics free from starch that drape H beautiful ly Silicas applied to this fabric comes ijtc fact that It has soft brilliant luster which gives it the appearance real sflk The tilt m celers plain and and though chewy Is so as picture would IndicateThe effects which are to vail so arc shown also the small sloping hip effect one- of the Quality that bought early yard to 50c II SIP apfserge very andIJf wfcko and tan stripes Patterns cud A yard20c SLnwns low priced Lawn manufactured as fast as Iis possible to make ii will stand successive washings solid ootors and a large variety is etc In all there are some fifty u choose from Is inches wide L supply on hand lasts yd6c l Silk ilK costume will be complete with r r uf1 long silk gloves You all re f soaroity of last summer and the they will be just as scarce and as r youw atrlength A pair 75C to 200 =rr u Initial Display Of Fashionable Spring FabricsBeginning Friday make seasonAsproduces something precedrngfrequently see at this time of the year a new a new because it is from thefashion just passing you yourself reasonthatohangelyoustasonThe Summerarc dainty semi rufAe Next in Importance Is gulmpe and satisfy yourself ChiffOn The here little of new keen Silk means the Lisa a of Is delicate both embroidered not lead the pre largely here Is fabttasone must be The 25 optCMinte uc of 25 a Gloves Now Dimity For continued service for tubbing qualities and for crisp fresh ap pea DCC a high grade dimity is as you know the oloth par excellence and is particularly suitable for chit drens wear stylethechildrens wear this season These may be of allover laces of plain plainfabricssmall stripes and neat checks will give absolute satisfaction Price per yard12i to 25c Now Wash Fabrics perfeedyI l While we have the usual line of Lawns and India Linens at from 7 12 to 2o per yard we especially ask your at tentton to the following new and ex elusive fabrics Linen Suiting This elegant limn fabric is being Ned to makeup those plain white suits that are to tub frequently Because of the width this cloth cuts to boat ad verylowThe yard SO in width 125 The yard 90 in width 150 Paris Lawn and Sort Island HntistoThis Is a silk Nod fabric of the finest texture produced Nothing can compete in sheerness and is one of the fab rice that are continually used by the elite for party gowns and similar uses fibs perfectly The yard 25 to 75c Mororized GinglmniH One of the best and most serviceable fab rice for waists and suits the patterns arc ex clusive and will be very hard to find later in the season We have both light and dark shades in plaids checks and striper some figured with dots and floral designs Prices are most reasonable A yard 15 to 50c Fairy Cloth It is nothing more tban an extra high class Percale cloth which comes In patterns most appropriate for shirts and waists This Iis one of the few fabrics which really improves in appearance with each successive washing Full 36 inches wide The price we quote is most reasonable The yard 10c Printed Silk Mull The Illustration shows a rather elaborate frock of Printed Silk Mull that is especially suitable for party gowns commencement frocks etc Draping very prettily with a rloh shlmmery effect sheer yet not too transparent this fabric makes up an ideal costume The fashion idea here Iis as you notice an adaptation of ruffles except these are ruffles on ruffles of the fussy kind The guimpe in the neck is of allover laces while lace bands arc appliqued down the front Another distinct fashion note in the above is the longslender hip ef fectjhat is so fashionable this season This effect is already notice able in the new corsets for the sum mer of 1907 Printed Silk Mull is a fabric that will surprise you because of its ele gance and because the price is so very reasonable at 30 to 50c imperial Fine Dimities Dimitle as you know are the most ser viceable of the wash fabrics having more heft than the organdie or batistes These come in the neat effects and are particularly suitable for childrens garments Nothing washes better The yard2 and lOc Printed Madras shirtingCornelpatterns arc sharp In contrast making this madras very desirable for childrens waists drsies and all other wear requiring hard ser vice and continued tubbing15 to 20c SMITH cAMBERG Hickman Kentucky Vassnr Batiste e The above costume is made of Vassar Batiste a fabric that we know from having sold it before one that we know is absolutely dependable in the tub oran the back It is sheer and crisp comes in the newest and best patterns that are offered in wash fabrics and makes up a suit that can be used for almost any occasion through the summer months The Vassar Batiste is one that we cannot recommend too high Id for service The fashion idea in this suit as you note is more ruffles Ruffles on ruffles with lace inserting and sur plice gulmpe effect In making this up the method of trimming can be varied to suit ones ideas but the ruffle effects are strongly recom popularityforVassar Batiste comes in a great plainlarrerings spray effects and other pat terns carrying considerable color t The yard12 to 15c Lntost Silk Stylus We have ready for sale the sea sons newest ideas in Silks the styles arc exclusive with us for the town and we are confident that the varieties are large enough to makelchoosing easy Wash Silk Waistings in blue black white red and green plaids 20 Inches wide A yard50c Silk Foulards in blue polka dots beautiful designs 27 in wide110tTaffeta Silk WaUtings in checks of brown and white blue and white black and white and gray and blue stripes 27 inches wide at 110 + 4 Silk waist patterns of Chiffon em broidery in black and red a very soft material and one of the newest silks out a pattern 5v 850 MndrnH Plaids t Everybody knows that Maims is the finest of tub fabrics and the crisp clean effects of a madras suit makes it a most desirable addition t to the wardrobe for rough and ready wear Come in unusually fine color combl nations of checks and stripes at 15c Floral Silk Organdies This is a cotton warp silk filled Organdie with white ground and floral design Comes in the newest and most exclusive color com binations and will be seen only on the teat dressed people A yard25and 35c 7 Street Hats We now have displayed a very attractive line of street hats for ladies misses and children It will be to your advantage to buy your street hat as soon as possible for we now have fuller stocks more attractive styles than later on and even though you do not purchase right now we want you to come in and see the new ideas in Spring Millinery 7I e tJt a Ij IiII1 1111 r7V7 h R r l 1 r = I m I The Store of Authentic Spring Styles in Mens Young Mens and Boys Clothing F THEopening of Spring finds our store ready with the most superb the most comprehensive and distinctive array of g- i men young men and boys ever shown in Hickman An invitation is extended to every man and i young man in town to call and see the seasonst new fashions NO BETTER TIME THAN NOW TO GET YOUR EASTER APPAREL The Finest and Best in Mens Young Mens Suits AH the laUst novelties of the greatest Eastern makers Handsome and xefeslve patterns In newest checks plaids stripes and mixture f tog lapel single or double breasted styles Every pout the acme of correctness and high quality 800 to 2250 a Beautiful line of FANCY Spring Bought SPRING SEiIRTSall the very and popular nw terns at 25c and to sell at S12S to 350 They wJl sell at 1 Baltzer DoddsSole The Celebrated When Is a The Most Attractive- At what age is woman at her best If yo8 asked a man that question he would unhesitatingly name the age as near as he could guess it of the woman in he chanced to be most inttrst d at the time As far as miss are concerned woman Iis at her but age when she most attracts these As far at women are concerned she is at her best agp when she gives them anti the least rivalry You will hear a woman of 30 say when speaking of a friend who is 40 Mary is at the most age so well poised and rounded The truth is that there is no gen eral best age for It is a question of individ + uality One woman may reach her zenith of charm at 20 and there after steadily decline into the hopelessly commonplace while another miy grow sash year more attractive until at 45 she is the quintessence of charm Ninon de LEnooi that of all charming women was as irreslstable at SO as at 18 So it would be hard to decide at what age she excelled all Mica Axle Grease Bat lubricant for old la the wotld long weiring and itrj ad Loire Mike a heavy load draw like alight one Sues hill the wear on wagon and team and increases the Mrniog capacity of your outfit Ask your dealer for ftlea Axlt r i R- i J eey 4 Some women dont wake up until they are in their thirties and certainly no who is as yet asleep to the wonders and of life can be at her best you see a until she is say 25 gives the greatest promise of charm and individual ity perhaps she marries and presto Ilahe sinks into the most uninteresting of women If the man who moved heaven and to win her had It all to do over he would not be even casually attractedThen again take the girl who all through her girlhood and early is that most pathetic of sights a wallflower She Iis not pretty enough to attract callow youth nor vivacious enough to at tracts marriageable men 30 she comes into her own She is more sure of herself has lost her self consclousness and blossoms Into an charm that brings men to her side as bees to a flower LISTEN nay rcinftmtwr the ntut time you tuiTcr II1Hft 1oennvt Ir7 lanlp rrnterwhoa itu rar1romy to sn7 that sew la tree train thorn t nt ptaMU I iniure 1 own tbM to jruur ilul HltHI Hold liy GowBlll Ilrus Store and lIelmtH Illton One of the natural curiosities of this country is the Hamshire ice mountain on the of North Creek miles from Win Chester Va For about a quarter of a mile the west side of this moun lain Iis covered with loose boulders and stones of light color the mass all the way down to the river By lifting these stones on any day in the year crystals of ice can always be securely bidden in the crevice beneath The Hickman Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the building both day and night Tele phone No 20 New Shape in Mens SPRING You will find all this seasons leading productions at popular prices If you have been to wearing high grade hats then The Hawes 3 Hats will surely please you They are made of the finest beaver fur have the best silk and sweatbands specialty VESTSa strikingly handsome latest For Woman whole moat charming anywoman absolutely moss charming others STAMMJUt woman girlwho Then earth womanhood Suddenly about banks twentysix extending found Furniture Correct accustomed trimmings Imported SHOES lyapaifcy For Decrease in Public Debt The monthly statement of the public debt issued from shows that at the close of business February 28 1907 the debt less cash in the Treasury amounted to 920644854 which is a decrease of 6797322 as compared with February 1 This decrease is ac counted for by the Increase in the amount of cash on hand The debt is recapitulated as follows i Interest bearing debt 920099 150Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 1095695 Debt bearing no interest 399 604302 Total 1320709508 This amount however does not Include 1124460869 in certifi cates and Treasury notes outstand lug which are offset by an equal amount of cash on hand which is held for their The cash in the Treasury is clas sited as follows Gold reserve 120000000 Trust funds 1124470869 General fund 507114828 National bank depositories 150 496235In Treasury 3422 551 Totall 635484485 Against which there are demand liabilities outstanding to 1235329830 Which leaves cash balance on hand of Dont forget Cotton and Adams when in need of hose nozzels and etc They can furnish you lawn sprinklers Eczema Is Now Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for Instantlyandskindiseasescured fiv this medicine Write loream pie CoSt 10011 Dlo I For jMtfe y iftfw Jb ii- Uaniii semiweekly Our Spring Showing Boys department full new and styles effect Knickerbocker pnt N7mBb Sui 75C to 250 NECKWEAR w5fcat IIAgents HANAN Oooasionly intelligent troUatrIlanl11111nlHl Headwear Accounts Washington redemption amounting 400151644 permanently AJlDruKStit8 EWltaeeMed MARSHALS SALE FOR On Monday April 8th 1007 being tho first day of tho April tonn of tillrCounty nb door in Hioknmn Ivy I will soil t highest bidder for cash for duo tho City I0sk man following described real oatnto asHcusod in tho names of tho following parties WHITE NAME BBKORIPTICW VALUE TAXfli 25KetserS1Kearby330SmitbCOLORED LIST 86Bynum8SBranbamSSBrewerC24Brown30Bragg25Barnes90Carter65EuUII59Gilbert24JacksonDaily Paper For Only One Dollar a Year- If you will for the Courier and give us a dollar extra we will have sent to your address the Louisville yearThispaper days in the week and the Courier a year for two dollars You must quicklorany time The Courier also clubs with other leading week ly and dally Come in and subscribe or pay and take advantage of this remarkable offer Enc toYewllIoorllllllT endthnnl tIdrJhrsrJcenteGet pipers at this office Great of Childrens Clothing This is of Ideas ia All the latest Sailor and Russian breasted and Norfolk Suits with variety of materials 25O to 6 j I 18 EASTER display u beauties remarkable TAXES it Oourt tho Court HOUHO tho tuxos of tho towit LIlT subscribe all papers up old HAWK DESBMETlBr VA 15MerrlwctherMaddox J H 1 + I 35 Polk Plum 4 II jl1I ARlngoJIm B EHRtngo 4 Rtnno Jm 1 Ii I Sa 1iSmlth 4 InSangester1no ATalleyhITaylorUpshaw Polk 4 II G A 4s Wiley Boss hn JI It E H Wilkerson Felix 1II It 1 G L CARPEHTIP HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I The Board of health has Issued a statement that the scarlet fever scare at Fulton Iis over Cotton and Adams do high grade work J also furnish high grade fixtures at a reasonable price q tL H ESTABLISHED 1855 Tom Dillon Sr Prop Successor to B C Ramage Marble and Granite- Monuments CURBING STONE WORK of s11 Kinds Iron FENCING f HICKMAN KENTUCKY 1For furniture of all ktKthe Hickman Furniture t Ic Telephone No 20 Let the Hickman Ice A 00 sell you some of their coal y u use no other Telephone 4 L r f r Er TI iss t SheriffsI Sale for Taxes Monday April 8th 1907 it being the first day of the CourtHI est bidder for cash for taxes due the State and County of Fulton and cost of sale the following de scribed real estate assessedin the names of thefol lotvinff parties towit- TTwo Dollars added in each case for costs rim- rkTT VAliUK TAX ttufti S 50 00 3 50 1101laz 1 MrostotHl rjflS 917 Fuller 6J50 810 L res iMNi MM 17 47 Fulioa 1090 1217 FattM K 24 55 i tcr SOD 3 aD- SHItae 77 iltar 833- i ua 9 i 1352 7401 616g1116 2QQ 4 SO 110 L 10 46 2173a710 24 5f 70w1 oo 11 IS oo 1191 lOlfi 460 JA JCJJ7S MIl SO O- Stin1 1711 IG10 1101 110 3 27 30 11 Sfi 1170 1290 13 ftof I0 1126 of 170 503 700 610- I 644 7 40 lOGO 13 43 rti ttstrfet 1 700 lA QS I 150 rrs IM I 1 1164 F ulter 471- t 315 mo 1064 acnir t J7tOI felifM res dIM 1 VS 3 73- r 11 73 t1S Fuller 400 6 90 T OOMMUtft s FuHtft IN 600 100 5 U a i 11 110 3 co 400 a 56 11S S 60 1 UD 300 1 200 200 110 380S 1 UO Q 1 N JGO 435 300 7SO t coo 6 5- 6i JIJO 4 84 TwMIn 1 arm 3100 i rrs 41I 6 50 r Irru tot 75- T cotORWJ acre lIlt500 7 60- i WMIT t acres dirt 1 600 7 40 trn thatt 3 2140 26 00 a t I JonkutUO 4 25 r t urn dill 3 SOD 9 IS- i i T 4 OLOKRO J H11 Cay e 130 of 50 L NT WWTK I t 1 Htobman aDO 8 70 acre diet 4 295 6 00 it 1 t 1 Hickman ISO 6 42 r 1 1 804 32 20 s acres dill 4 800 12 75 r tl + roes dbl 4 550 1641 Ii Furniture Co rf II iftaker In the r- l7 rt i night Tele I 1II t rned that the ad II to death iu the bwt i lle in Mayfield az 1t Ii It IfI hrell picture 3U at I be Courier office Clemn and Pimples Xtklno manently cured by1 O Craa 111 ji J l forexternal Utthr 4q IeavinR1ibJ ItJIlftlffcl1tLei ZfSlhpfor by IItJlII 4 KltlMIH NAME PROPERTY YMViE TAX 618Fowlkes1105Green10Crcenl95Rowell15Goodrun95Ceuger1 20GlldewellMrs 28 acres dtsl 4 S S 45 Hart Mrs Mill Hlrtman JOt S JO Jones Dolpkln 14 aores land 75 3 7S Jones Mrs C J fer Parvts hrs 23 acres land 28CO J4 OS Johnson II M 90 aores dirt 4 ON S 6J Kepecr II P and wife 80 acres dtst 4 350 6 25 Reiser hrs 18 t 1 Hlakroan IfQO 25 05 KIrk GtbM 1 t 1 1000 16 Si Kirk R H 396 12 acres rand and 9 town lots alia 40 50 Kirk HolHs J aores diet 4 HOD 6 12- Lacy Mrs Sill Hlokman UX 333 Lunsford hrs 80 aores dist 4 30 4 IS Murtry Mrs M B 68 acres dial 4 700 830 Morgan Leech 10 aores dist 4 TOO i 30 Mebbs W A 45 aorei dlst 4 7O A 97 Bokett Will 93 aorta dtst 4 QUO I- RMtrson 46 Len 80 aores nIt 4 1100 J 09 Satth S M I t I UtQ1rHICLII 0 8 72 StAcy S M l ti fll 4 43 Smith Cku B asld wife 1 t t IH IGO 1110 Salmon Q M uHlwlrc 2 II1 Htakaan tGCJ 13 JO Salmon H S 127 airos 31st 4 and 2 town lets 17114 937 Thomas Gus 41 aoros dial 4 JOO 4 70 Tliomason hrs 4 t 1 Htttkmin SO 2 82 Tullts Louis D 1 t 1 S 0 13 9t1 Thomas T D 111 7W- TkMipsm 15 07 Mrs M 75 aores diet 4 730 S 75 Taylor Jlhn 1 J4 acres dtst 41 4 74 Weatkerly J A 2 aares dIal 4 100 1290 WnKares Mac lie bein 53 1J acrei dtii04fOO 6 52 Wfllfoms Mrs S A 2414 aqres list S JIO- Wltkerten 4 25 Mfenrae 1 t 1 litokman ISO 443 Taylor Jas P 1 1 1 nlman TOO 14 MtCXMAK rRHCtNOT OKJOREtJ S1II Alexander Allen 1 1 1 Htqkman 110 6 Barbee Soett A 6 tl 9 1D 14 Bragg Susan I t tII V- IBronnara J 40 Walter JtlI JOO 7 67 Brews Caroline Stl 110 4 82 Bruer Drown Itlt 300 861 Dftgsby Um 73 aores dtst 4 400 s 76 Chambers Bob Itl Iltakman 2fflJ 6 4S Carter Amy Itl S6 2 6S Clark Rogers 111I Ito ISO 3 76 Donaldson Tony III 100 148 Droth Fred 111 liSOi S 81 Torrell C 1114t iSO S 65 I Fuqua Albert 1111 20 J 25 George Ed HI41 SO 4 90 I Gardner ok 111 4 1 S 90 LouryGL 111 9 61 Merriwether Droc 2ll1 tt Jl 6 66J3 4 J Maddox Jesse 111 Reed Will S tl 4I 5 91 1 Ringo Jim Ml 1 S 67 Rtnjo John 1 till 10 4 72 Shelby Alex 111 350 7 15 Shelby Chas Itl 4 730 7 06 Taylor H FitIII 71 4 90 Taltcy Nathan 2 t 11 aoo 8 6S Upihaw Mina 50 acres did 4 SSO 700 Upthaw Dave hrs 20 acres dIll 4 1173 4 03 Walker Will III1 4I lQO 3 9S Wadklni Harry 111 SO 4 60 SASSAFRAS RIDOB AND MADRID BHWD rJUKHNCT WHITE Adams W A 116 aores diet 5 3000 36 82 Carr T L 80 acres dist S 400 8 80 Leech MoKeel 70 aores dial 5 3S0 5 15 J Mabel Gin Co 1 acre dlst 5 2500 31 15 Ray W F 120 acres It 5 800 1335 Stowc F M hn 42 acres S 300 550 Everett Margaret 25 acres 5 550 750 Everett R C estate 390 acres 5 4415 46 OJ NUT dII iuniniiUitrl l I ImwMwIown tol wf ii am wlfoi bra MiwHU itetr J T SEAT Sheriff Fulton Co Get right If you owe the Courier a dollar for subscription call around and make the management glad Hand him a dollar tell him to send the paper another year and that you will give him another dollar at the expiration of that time or sooner and they will be the happiest people on earth Try it and see Rev W C Waters formerly pastor of the Methodist church at HickrwTn was here one day this week His friends were glad to see him Mrs Maggie Ramsey and daugh terof Clinton were Inc pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs lien T Davis Sunday Try the Courkr Want CeNIM Pastor For Christian Church Elder Frank Vernor of Evans vllle Ind has been called to the pastorals of htc Christian Church and will enter upon the pastorial duties Sunday morning Services at 10 olclock a short service will be held in order that those who wlih may attend the re vival services at the Court House A full attendance of the members is requested at the service Sunday Bring the Courier any news you may know We are always glad to gel it and the people are always glad to read it Eight per cent more widowers than widows remarry k Y 2= AAIIifl4Pfo it 1 IN THE STUD il11At Oakwood Stock Farm Hickman Ky ALFRED Q 12452 Record 219 4 This great horse is conceded to be one of the greatest harness horse sires of the present day Having sired three with records better than 2t0 and forty others with records better than 2t30 He is 153 hands high rich brown in color and has the best of disposition As to being a sire that is the best that has ever been in Western Ken tucky or Tennessee he needs no recommendation TERMS for the season of 1907 3000 cash at time of service to insure Al fred G will only be allowed 20 outside mares vi DR ROAN 44832 This young horse is the grandest bred fellow in Kentucky He is by Alfred 0 12452 and his first dam is that greatest of great broodmares SPANISH MAIDEN dam of 21814BaronI l HappyMediumgreat bone and substance and has a great flight of speed This hone will not make a public season this year Wili be used for my private use IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL 2808 Black Horse 16 hands high foaled 1901 displsitlQns with fine bond and a great deal of substance tie has fine action at all the gaits He is a fine breeder and his pedigree cannot be improved upon as a saddle horse This horse traces on his sires side to Black Sauirrel Dave Skain Peavine all noted horses In the saddle horse history On his dam s side he traces to Mambrino Patchen Berthune sire of VanMelers Waxy foundation stock I to Bald Hornet an extra fine saddle stallion and Grey Eagle His first third fourth and fifth dams we e all noted saddle mares going a running walk pace and trot also the rack naturally fast and easy There is no saddle 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 foal SEASON OPENS MARCH 15 1907 Tabulated pedigrees of the above mentioned stallions will be furnished upon application It will give us great pleasure to show these horses to the breeding public at any and all times j FOR SALEA few choice harnessbred colts and fillys OAKWOOD STOCK FARM R A TYLER Propii ILocal Notes Too many jags Telephone No 48 for coal What does Shaw Bettersworth sell 1 Go and see line you bought yourooal If Aot why not telephone no 48 The house of mtallty is the fight place to buy coffins and cas cets Guy Robbins of Mayfield was lore Sunday the guest of Miss Irene Amberg Sunday 1045 a m at the Court louse Union services conducted iy Evangelist Harris L A Brook has just received ai complete line of new sewing ma chinas Let him sell you one 41 Mr M V B Griffey an extensive thnter below Hickman Is here GlOpSClinton S F Swilley went to Hlokman Saturday and bought a 60 horsepower gasoline engine He will operate it here in furnishing power tor a grist mill and for use in Istos Griffiths blacksmith shop The latter firm will put in a band mw a small planing machine and machinist lathe Portageville Crit- Ic AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHelm Weather Forecasts C Mar Saturday 16th Cold wave Mar Sunday 17th Cold wave Mar Monday 18th Fair weather Mar Tuesday 19th Fair weather Mar Wednesday 20th Local storms Mar Thursday 21st Storm period Mar Friday 22nd Cold wav- eCapsaCold Uirunnnitwtl lit cure nit wnrat kliul uf Ibul tinlil utid flrlppa ytc n Uix TRY IT IIICKUAH KENTUCKY yyyyyyyyyyyyyyytyyyyyy rf If v Ir L Spring begins March 21 Swapln DayAprll 6th Shaw Bettersworth sell fresh groceries When In need of gasoline come to the Courier OUJce I Will some one tell us when we- will gut a new pair of Overt House steps Mist Birdie Glover Is sick at her home In West Hlokman of pneu monia GIve Cotton and Adams your work and be convinced about their guarantee Phone number 51 for H C Barrett the undertaker Night phone number 164 Mrs Pearl Browder Owen of Fulton died at her home Saturday of last week of pneumonia- Mr Otto Hortweok has about completed the residence which he is building on Mosonw Avenue for rent Sunday night at 7 p m meeting at the Court House for men only Another pointed potent potential address from Evangelist Harris Be thereMr J B Housley is having re modelled and Is now almost com Mete the old Knoerr property on the lalticr hill and has made a neat dwellingMrs Calvin Hall of Hiokman who was visiting relatives here was called home yesterday by the death I of her niece Mary Plckett Clin ton Gazette Lewis Kilpatrick of Memphis was the guest of L P Ellison and family first of the week Miss An nie Ellison and Mr Kilpatrick were guests of Mrs R T Tyler at six oclock dinner Monday evening Hickman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 The Kandy Kitchen man was in Union City several days this week He has not moved to Union City as was stated in last weeks Union City paper but has only opened a Kitch en there We acknowledge receipt this week of a copy of The Story of the Dec laration of Independence illus trated It was sent us through the courtesy of our Congressman Ollie M James It is a nice piece of work with steel plate engravings Did You Ever Hear- or hmiii Mk ami iwxmllntit ttwtlovm d l Nk- of BM IFMMINna miMtnl Neither Dnirlk tar Mlk Of al wwttlhjr iimHhflpar wlthnHttf hit 4Murh Of al htMkwul that ilMHt elect thv Irt yew Of R lr M ItHIMMMMMtHWrt ItlAl Ulll the erll IrkQrnwtpi arMlllIIIH Net Iluor In youth oral fta that 1MfIlttII iUr Miucht when rxwa udn Idnl Oral Hunt who t uM error star luugbt whnyou IxHJgtil tllhl Old you overt Relating to Post Cardsli l Prate the HvMwvtll Cwurler As a result of the order against sending through the malls postcards on which Iis silver dust mica or powdered glass or any of the frosting effects which rub loose Lucy Minnie Billy and Mayme will probably never know that Charlie Nellie and Frank bad remembered them and will be deprived of pic i tures of the court house the homeland various flower beds and bcquet effects all trimmed with frosting This frosting gives a very dressy look to the public buildings but if people really wish their friends to get their cards they would do well to select the more plain and simple varietiesIt ortunate that people never write anything of importance on these cards or difficulties oi various sorts might arise from the holding i of the cards The postoffice officials state that there is no decrease In the number of souvenir cards that rather It is growing They arc greatly swelling the volume of the malls which are unusually large just now even with out them 4 1 About ten species of vegetable sponges are now cultivated in the 4 wanner parts of Africa and Asia ti especially in Algeria The fruit is i edible before maturity but on ripen ing the pulp separates from the fibrous material which then becomes L t a an excellent substitute for real songe for the toilet bath S The Courier want colum found the owner of the Fountain pen advertis Courier twentyfuuthours i 5 4 r rTI Do You Eatt 3 Urn You Wont the llLSTl VAOHOV 1IAH IT I I have purchased L D Perry Restaurant and ask my friends to I oall and see me Lynches of all kinds at any hour also regular meals FRESH OYSTERS served in any style when in season jrDinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Zutlior WatsonI i Cb Meet Your Friendslt kfI I O at LAUDERDALES I TONSORIAL III PARLORS l 13 Best in Hickronn Hot and ft1 I ifA cold baths electric lights 9and fans hydraulic chairs cfi f 1 and everything for comfort Aj- X t Clintcn St mcJcaaa Hy f 1 IIINext door to Caruthers a jI B T DAVISI L Attorney nt sCaw Will practice in all courts in the State Office over LedfordI Randles More- HIcK1tAw I KBNTOCKT I I ABSOLUTELYI I i The Best I r Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products I CHASE 6 SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries Ledfor R n le I 1 R B BREVARD Hickman Ky c 3 H llllllllllE K Tinning PIUlIlblog A ont forII Standard Sanitary Goods Plumbing done on I short notice All t work Kimruntoed I i Cask Book Store aplcuJld Selection NeW Books Sxationory Post Cards No ion Etc Call and see our Slock Every thing up to date Mwy BBereaiss Si Crauyp d Beginning March 1st the rule heretofore in vogue of writing only en one side of a post card WaJiI abolished and now you may write on bol b sides of a card and all over It provided the address is eligible WMltbe stamp not mutilated The European custom is to this effect fence the change from loag and LI tiIM hlRtrtc1 cwetGMU i H l I onrrrr s ome ircle1Il J The way never to have cloudy weather is to have the sun inside of you When a man bas no mind of his own he oan easily find a woman who will give him a piece of hers The roots ofninetenths of the failures In Integrity the departure from honesty the deceits the trick cry lies in the false standards of the hose There are few thing more tanlali ing to a man than to go home with something on his mind he wants to scold about and find company there and be obliged ta act agreeably If you would vela your children from the effects of trashy sensation al and runinous literature that floods our laRd and poisons the mind of those who read it you must not only banish it from your homes but you mutt All Us place with good whole tome recuKftll8tUer Gold is vakaMe because it is not easily found Jewels are precious because they are rare i violets are loved because they modestly conceal themselves Girls lose half their charm because they are seen so much on the steels and are found promiscuously mingled in all sorts of public assemblages They should study the principal that makes the ruby precious and the violet dear Every school boy knows that a kite will not fly unless there is a string tying it down It is just so in life The man who it trod down by a half a doom blooming responsibilities and their mother will make a higher stronger light than the bachelor who having nothing to keep him steady lIs always flounder log in the mud If you want to ascend in the world tie yourself to somebody One of the est resolutions we have heard of anybody making is this t Not to speak of mistakes that make no difference i bow often the harmony of a home is destroyed by the persistent member of the house hold who will argue half an hour over the point whether Aunt Jane came on Tuesday or on Wednesday We have listened to heated disputes that cast an ugly shadow over the whole meal or spoiled an evenings enjoyment upon subjects that are of no more importance than the state of last weeks weather All other earthly pleasures are a mockery in comparison to the contentment of a loving family circle Other joys may last for a day excite our interest for a time but they fade away and leave us unsatis fied While they are present we felt not the emptiness of this excite ment but with their vanishing our hearts hunger for the blessings which home alone can give Even theywho have never known what it is to have loving hearts welcome them on the threshold and loving hands minister to their comfort know that these are lips most precious gifts and thirst for a draught from this cup of peace If men would remember that a woman cant always be smiling who has to cook dinner answer the door beU half a dozen times and get rid of a neighbor who has dropped in attend to a sick baby tie up the cut finger of a twoyearold gather up fhe playthings of a fouryearold tie up the feet of a sixyearold on skates and get an eightyearold ready for schoolto say nothing of sweeping cleaning etc A woman with all this to contend with may claim it as a privilege to look and fuel a little tired sometimes and a word of sympathy would not be too much to expect from a man who during the honeymoon wouldnt let her carry so much as a sunshade i Home is the one place in all the world where hearts are sure of each other It Isi the place where we tear off the mask of guarded and suspicious coldness which the world forces nW- tl I Ask Your OwnDoctor If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe couch or bronchial trouolc then take It If he has anything better then take that Vc have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it The bet kind of tettimonlal Bold for over elate year a e1a M1wrhtnn t Axt f SttimtlUA rs aAlx ruts rtti0r W h Mrtu W pe1111- Ik twal nrl wr p4Mla- Koop tho bowels opon with ono of Ayors Pills at bodtlmo lust ono ur to wear in selfdefense where we pour out the unreserved communi cation of full and confiding hearts It is the place where expressions of tendesness gush out without any expression of awkwardness and without any dread of ridicule Let a man travel where he will home ii the place to which his heart un trammeled fondly turns He is to double all pleasure there He is to divide all pain A bkPPy home is the single spot of rest which aman has OR earth for the cultivation of his noblest sensible ties The truest best and sweetest type of the Kill of today does not dome from the home of wealth she steps out from the house where is comfort rather than luxury She belongs to the greet middle class that das which has given us the best wifehood which has given helpmates to the foremost men of our time i which teaches its daughters the true meaning of love which teaches the manners of the drawing room and the practical life of the kitchen ai well as teaches its girls the respon sibilities of wifehood and the greatness of motherhood These girls may not ride in their carriage they do not wear the roost expensive gowns they may even help to enlarge the family income but these self same girls are the great bulwark of society not only of the present but cf the future SLAttDEK He who can choke the sweet flowers of social love and taint them with disease or in the para disc of earthly bliss where the plants of virtue flourish spread the blight and mildew of desolation hatred and distrustwho can crush his neighbors fame to dust and build on its ruinswho can write infamy on the brow of others to prove his own purity is neither man nor beast but A heartless fiend Those who have seen their dearest tampered with who know what it Is to have the priceless gem of a good name sullied by the poisonous breath of cold unpitying slander these best can say he has no heart If the lightnings flash ever darts from heaven to strike the guilty dpwn It will blast the hope of murderers such as these CURES CANCER AND BLOOD POISON It you hay JJj1d potton producing erup lion plmpta ulcer nwolleii it land i bump and rUlnir iMrnlnir Hulling ikliuropPvr puts or rculi on the ikln muootu puiotie In mouth or throat faUlnir hair burr pains aid rbrumntUin or foul rntnrrh take itu mule liliHMl llAlm U ltllt It kill the croplionl l palm stop niul n pttrfcel run I i nuwle of the n or 11It lohonKor raurvr tumor wvlllmriinUn tore ugly ulcer peen ptnpl of aU lI11ul + UInhotnlntngtllenl tnnkrathuulblllCIWITbonubllJrurahtrollrumplcttidlrwrhhugIktttheserhlie truuhl sad tree ntrthrsl iulvlc aloslut In witlKl hetle- rDr Rudds License Revoked- As a result of the hearing before the Kentucky Board of Health last week the license of Dr R T Rudd of Fulton was suspended for a period of two years Dr Rudd was chargedwith having performed criminal abortions upon two women of Fulton county His attorneys announced that they would take an appeal to Gov Beckham The tak- Ing of testimony in the form of depositions lasted all day w Worth Remembering- Here are some of the good things said by Rev B Marvin Harris They are worth remembering Live to love and youll love to live Kind words are the kind of words to use Intentions which die are pretensions which lie Self denial is the art of doing what we dislike Let your light shine and you wont be longhID the dark It We must aim at obedience am leave results in Gods hands When grace teaches the fact preachesTo up a true life Christ must be your architect Religion prepares a man for liv ingnot for death A demonstration of religion IIs better than any deanition The Father of Mercies likes to see mercy in his children When you have killed your enemy with kindness you have otealed a friendThe Christian Is safe in the world so long as the world is not in the ChristianDare be true I nothing ean need a lie The only way to have a friend iis to be one The secret of success is constancy of purposeTruth tradition are not neces sanity the same Love that enriches not anothe impoverishes itself The less you value the world the mere it is worth to you Be grateful for your blessings and It will make your trials look small Many ef the shadows that eras our path in life are caused by stand tag in our own light- IMeeellewlw pgapity ek fit feW at IMIHIpP wks lakes s r7 M et ate see etze 1rtyW wire a- ey I s n rrMOMus care mil eM1 roilWI wjigtedruwiwyewanpirsstlalr CkJldl few It T MI will wile MM MgtpIMI nmli iNHwk ene Oi IJ Prsttealtee esdtep Imuntaf Bold lit ie aNd Ze tutee ly all dealer Kentucky At Jamestown Contract fer the Kentucky build ing at the Jamestown cxposltloi have been awarded by commissioner Charles F Hoge of Frankfort andI M H Crump of Bowling Green and Secretary C C Ousley representing the State Commission The contractor is C T HolUolaw 01 Hampton as experienced builder of rustic structures such as the Ken tucky building is designed to be The timber for the structure will be shipped from eight different countlc of Kentucky and the first carload iII already on the scene From the windows of the cabin can be plainly seen the spot when the battle between the Monitor an Merrimac occuredIn front of the building site runs a board walk bull by the Exposition Company Tbb walk extends to a commercial pier which is to be constructed at once and will probably cause onehalf olf the visitors to the exposition to pass immediately in front ot the Kentucky building on their arrival a and departure rom the grounds ALICE ROOSEVELTS WEDDING wi MHitethlnc tft IM rwordml in the HIIIUI odiUtory H rbliM hxIwrueekxuwird- YlhegnwtwtothttrrreruItor A piHlllv e Burp for Mlltm fewMwrb oetHtltwtleK ewnplalulJ1 IuwIINpktuwttwiirkHoIJ tmlaonSixty Cigarettes A Day With a record of nearly 1000 000 cigarettes at an average of sixty a day Isaac Manhoff aped dler 40 years old has decided to renounce the weed The habit had such a hold on him that it was necessary to awake at all hours of the night and roll and smoke a coffin nail before he could be lulled to sleep again When a lad in Russia he began the habit which he found so hard to shake off Despite this fact he will devote his days to trying to convince men and boys that they should cease the practice Manhoff was Jo the habit of smoking ten cigarettes before breakfast and the rest of the day Ii cigarette was out of Mi mouth only a few minutes at a time Gasoline for sale at the Courier OffiCe re 0 NOTICE Your Water and Light rent iit due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off This took effect November 1 1000 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at the Ice factory Office from 7a m until 6p Mydayeach month it is open until 0 p m t Hickman Ice Coal Co Inc A O CARUTHERS Mgr The Couriers Want Ads Pay 11111111010 101 I Will build you A HOMEOX 1CAHV MONTH 1AY I It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry tM only complete line of btrfWIitc stair hardware sash and doors tot found in the city 11 are right You bf the judge call and see w A JCDDS tt 1 t 1i JONES CAFE ifl 11111 3OnXJXAR LUNOII PARK Us UCCMSOK TO A O CAKtfTKBUl Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Canes Fine Candies Etc A continuance of your palroQage solicited f p YOU WANT dABuggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality At a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar antee For expert hone shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters W JBAIRY-t HICKMAN KENTUCKY drnr5 tJ fIlrcqJots n CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offor to depositors Other in clucomontB are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your pafroiKi J A THOMPSON tlahiT H BUCHANAN President D RFICTORS- N FiJP IIr T A IKIIFUU1I Better Printing For Less Money THE COURIER i iiA+ 3a +