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THE HIeJNl1N eOURIER1Irlm tint Pulls the Commercial Wagon the filiiup rtuecasa The Courier has II i MWn Good Team GrsBso the RxlBs of Your Uagoa Old Man and Lets Hitch Up r w110 ij jrJ KOKTUOKT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 22 1907J8TABLI DBJOl 17 TEG TEAR 1f61 The southern Girl tthe outhern- At A woman iIer tminlty IIIlIn In spite iy lamoct H- tInyert r it Md the itdor the Iwr tbi aAttrn of- a gmJ rlitf s Part na- t r U r a riMfk Until j J fctehir 0 OVCSb ntly to lsra11 Ml M0lll4fr m WillAll ISM reitil- re rtiilessM- M t tIII girt d iltf has elir r IL Mt m Ijiif w1Ute nu teffc ami s wed of r ets talalrtoaI- nentllec kt- t pWa ooIMOC on tie Name- errede tliaf a nr piBHtryli- VOOti U p j rUfffWMl eli i Aft aorihem a tl etas nThs Mtserited 4 odalfiace y MMver e titty are n Urtf Art Ift etc ik cIdstee beat tlllre ave UMler t koi wt ni tll shelties r INat Oaym10- VP tram r e Gust Mog tr M M dbsy- c rut lite world- it M p her a a NIl i11os- t dtslem but 4eotwa she sits atgchra- tt t base the TM werW k to Mr ssllmt before aka tb torind awll kava x ty at Ylrctnb of honors In r glnteeat the ws and frank t ppet4ci0o after ehe- u sU about Mad let tort AGbanl1licatetl rnnuM a slump thethe oNlde On aapoltUal aspect i caneIIt she can eon andtLappointJvsry to him T In the eastern Ibly no fem yI Whole world hocuch Indolence souththadiqher imperious 4 Wu no poverty- rxlravagancesabet uL t today She fieldisWhy a stranger naturally asks does the southern gitl Ignore the homely little house hold duties that her northern and western sitters delight In1 She does not ignore them It has probably never entered her foolish little hood that It would be doing anything commendable If she wore to rise one morning and sweep awl garnish the house and busy herself with the hundred menial tub of cleaning up for the day 11ahe were to do this the HtUr negromatds und the old negro mammies to soy uethlng ef the hordes of small negro boys whose duties are to sweep dust carry water and make them solves generally useful would stand aghast at her usurpation of theln duties They have been doing these things as long as she can remember Bven her mother does not recall the time when rummy did not queen It over the kitchen and nursery with always a kaleidoscopic precession of sable satellites to do her bidding and make way wid de scraps nun tic table There are few married belles le- the south The role of Madonna IIs mere universally admired After a girt Marries she comes forth as a rule adorned with fireside quail tiesM hitherto unwipcctod But there U another stile of her character to be observed Take the girl of 20 who does not marry She rarely IIs content to fritter away hi kite pleasures her life after she has reached that age She Is not a tllefc Kidthe average southern glriseldom has the right to write any scholarly Initials alter her name She will tell you that she finished al the oonvent or that she lilt left tool The age at winch she usually decides that eke has had enough education Iis about 17 or IS At 30 If the hasnt married her own true love who Is clerking in the corner drug store or met the one nun at the Springsin short if love hasnt appealed to her as the one end and aim of her existence she Is waking to the realization that life Iis reallife Iis earnest By this time she has grown to be her mother confidante and the acknowledgedt authority on etiquette for the young er girls In the family Not that she has altogether eschewed the frivol tits of life herself but she is begin Ring to wonder to teen that somewhere deep hidden within her are talents greater than all these social gifts For the first time she begins to see with understanding eyes that her mother Iis not so young as she once was and she hears for tha first time that the mort ago on the plantation is what is whitening her fathers hair She feels vaguely that those years of playing have stored up within her the strength to set every thing right however impossible it may look This is but the same blood that flowed in the southern girls after the war those girls and youngwomen whose lives had been as the lilies of the field before that time Many of them donned rubber boots and with iL handful of old servants set to work to run plantations the war had robbed of owners and overseers Sometimes these same girls did not make a fortune the exception was when they made anything more than a bars living but they did this and provided food after a fashion for their dear ones Today you may find these same women now grown old and wise in a business vorld They arc managing cotton and sugar plantations and making lots of money out of their ventures When the time comes to work the southern girl cheerfully puts her hand lo the plow The gilts of yesterday are Smith ithgt announce their milline I 1 Opening Di stt tt 0 Tuesday Wednesday cMarch Twentysix Twentysebe- nSpring 1111h inn Jlandred and Scben- tr Yur htilst 1 ace 4u11lG = a prrj if aa a l keeping boarders In many a little university town Some of these are the mothers of the working girls of today gills who have been forced from babyhood to face a future that looked lark but they have brought no gloom to their work It is the radiant Irresponsibility ot youth and gayety that hat counted for the sue CTM of the southern girl as much as anything else- Divorce is practically unkn own In the far south but the average south ern girl can marry any day she Is a widow and the majority of them do marry keep on marrying as one Alabama beauty wittily explained to have a roan about the place you know A delicious story that will bear retelling anent this point is told by a debutante of last year She was walking with her fiance in the family burying ground on the old plantation home Finally the group composed of her maiden aunt her grandmother and mother herself and escort halted beside the grave of Arthemise Depew an aunt of the maiden who told the story This grave is flank ed on each side by the graves of her two husbands Her life was like a beautiful flower garden breathed the sentimental grande dame Full of bridal bouquets whispered the irrevcrant young man to his beloved The southern girl God bless her I If she isnt serious shes mighty sweet In southern parlance With her red rose hat and her wild rose face her fluttering ribbons her filmy gowns her tact her beauty and her indefinable charm she believes in and loves the whole world and the whole world cynic though the experienced ones aver it is quick to respond to the heart that really trusts it doffs is cloak to keep tne mud from her feet and she confi dent of its continued gallantry strolls serenely ona phantom of delight dL I Notice r To my many friends in Hickmsn Ky I take this method of thanking each and every one of you for the kindness shown me in regard to my dismissal from the Police Force of cityI hope that the time will shortly come when these things will be revealed to the Public and that they may see as Inow see My conscience is clear in this matter for I know that I have done my duty Thanking you again 1 remain Yours very truly u Jos BALLARD I ILISTEN wed renifintmr the nett fn Hi imln muml Itjr dump auditorwhet tryItUrdtinaw1Jhsnlowt IlentptulTatttntrloiu tauoiiic IV I WM a nrrnt unwi r rum rbeuiiwtUin end nrurvnlU I Mil plm rtiiMiy I but now I A u frt fmint hoc crap plaltilm IniiKura 1 awe tits tojruiir llnl inrnt Hold uy UowKlllM Drug Mlora end JUliu k tMtlran Attracting Attention The Kentucky political situation is attracting a great deal of atten lion at the national capital On June 19 the Republican clans cf Kentuckywill meet at Louisville to choose a state ticket and whether Secretary Taft or Vice President Fairbanks or neither will be indors ed for president is a subject of debateThere is unquestonably a senti ment among the leaders of the Re publican state organization in Kentucky which Is shared by the three Republican congressmen from the state that it would be unwise to cloud Republican prospects in the state by an indorsement of anyone either for United States senator or for president Their view Iis that the Republicans have a better show of winning in Kentucky this year than for many years and that a fight to capture an indorsement either for president or senator would jeopardize Republican prospects in the state campaig- nIlieonullanrrr tin here w tree MIIII ulr of Dr Nuoup Illiciimnllo Kvinnly with lmkou IUi uiiinlliiii by tltnply wrtlliitf Dr HiMKip llaolnp VU Tiili Uwk will ciplnlii iiiiw lir SlioopV Itlirutiifttlo lleinnly eliCO xfullr Urivti lllifuntatUin out or th- edl Tlili ll inmly It not w relief only It nun to clear the bloat entirely ur Khvunt H iIOIMIU end torn llbcuuutilini uiuit die a natural dMlb Hold by all dcaltri I 4a t IJ It Q67 i Here and There I John Sacra who is now in the Eddyville penitentiary 4 has signet a statement saying Jim Lyon also sent for 20 years for the Mary Glad er outrage in Logan county i is en tirely innocent and tried to get the other men to go away from the girl 1 nutIlltibouiiIINrwiNNtutd thy blow in perN6erw theytprtNNOhttirulvInwwyliOofr whlrfAudEllison Bro a firm that Is al ways doing things and one that Hickman should feel proud oCt have placed an arc light in front of their store This is a good example for a few more of our progressive merch antsThe oHickman Courier is now one of our best Weekly exchanges Il is a piper well edited and well printed The Messenger wishes it great succes Mayfield Measen ger o The greatest flood in the history of the Ohio river is said to be com ing leaving thousands of dollars of damage to property in its wake It is expected that the 65foot stage reached in January will be sur passed ex Mike Taylor of Fulton was nomi nated for Democratic State Senator from this district last week Thats all C S York late editor of the Hayti Argus has purchased the Stkeston Mo Enterprise Heres extending our best wishes to our neiehbor anrn ih eI wuu Mr York at the helm of the Enter prise in a progressive town like Sikeston things arc apt to got a hump on themselves over in that directionLook oout fellers let your Uncle Fuller get the first glance at that 190 peekaboo wnlst Will the Jap question ever die oEagles have been noticed flying at a height of 6000 feet and storks and buzzards at 2000 feet A lark will rise to the same height and so will crows As a rule how ever birds do not fly at a greater height than 1000 feet ex The regular April term of the Fiscal court will meet on Tuesday April 2- Herman V Wilsdorf of Dresden Tenn last week shot and killed his wife and five of his six children and wounded the sixth one then committed suicide It is said that he and his wife agreed that all should be killed on account of scarcity of food C Last weeks issue of the East Prairie Eagle states that E R Glbbj has retired from the partner ship and the present publishers are Bright Moynahan Mr Gibls has launched into the real estate and insurance business His health prevented him from continuing long er in the newspaper business We wish both Mr Gibbs and the present management of the Eagle abundant successThe C machinery used in fighting fires in Pekin at present is similar to that used in the middle ages Gongs are banged and banners waved Coolies with hand buckets supple ment the hand pump with its short twoinch hose ex There is never any salt on a Chi nese dinner table i they consider the finest powdered salt to be still to coarse to be eaten uncooked A small saucer of a very salty sauce stands by each plate and if the food ts not sufficiently salty tor the diners taste some of this sauce is added CB The big railroad companies are up in arms against the enforcement of the 2ca mile law They threaten to give only a 2c service Peach trees are in bloom Indi cropThethe year followed by killing freezes did great damage to live buds ex The average country editor is formerlythank ceived In connection with every other paper in the state some days requestfrom terns demanding that the press of the state vigorously oppose the proposed pure food laws We have watched anxiously but up to date we have not observed a single exchange obeying command This is to be commended We looked over our records and found that one of these concerns which made this demand carried thirteen cents worth of advertising a week with this papen Another twenty cents Truly they have much cheek to make such a demand fa Marshal Pardue of Union Cify assisted by other officers arrested Jim Tojten and Jobe Herring for bootlegging and they were taken before the city mayor and fined 50 In default of the payment of the fine they were sent to the jan ex The McKenzie Banner has sus peuded publication and the town fail without a paper oCI Compare the Hickman Courier with other papers published in towns the size of Hickman and see how she looks Compare the date of your last subscription receipt with the date of the last Courier you attendtoex Paducah has about completed her glass factory It is to be hoped that they will not make such stingy beer bottles as some factories do ei In a new recipe book I have had given me recently this rule appears and to those of us who have no husbands it reads all right Possi bly the sisters whose experiences are broader could make some amendments but it may have suggestions for some of them even A good many husbands are utterly spoiled by mismanagement Some women act as if their husbands were bladders and blow them up others keep them continually In hot water others let them freeze by their carelessness and indifference Some keep them in a stew of irritat ing words i others roast them Some keep them in a pickle all their lives It cannot be supposed that any husband would be tender and good managed this way i but they arc really delicious when properly treated In selecting a husband you should not be guided by the silvery appearance as in buying a mackerel nor by the golden tints as in choos trig a salmon Be sure to select him yourself as tastes differ Do not go to market for him as the best are always brought to your door It is far better to have none unless you can learn how to cook him A preserving kettle of the finest porcelain is best but if you have only an earthenware kettle it will do with care See that the linen in which you wrap him is nicely washed and mended with the necessary number of strings and buttons tight ly sewed on Tie him in the kettle with a strong silk cord called com fort as the one called duty is apt to be weak They are apt to fly out of the kettle and be burned and crusty on the edges since like lobsters they have to be cooked aliveMake a clear fire of love neat ness and cheerfulness Set him as near this fire as seems to agree with him If he sputters do not be anx- Ious i some husbands do this untiltthey are quite done Add a little sugar in the form of what the confectioners call kisses but no pepper or vinegar A little spice improves them but it must be used with t judgment Do not stick any sharp instrument into him to see if he Iis becoming tender Stir him gently watching lest he lie too close to the I kettle and so become uselers wII 4LTi i Tic lli- A t MI1t X w fIf Ellison = =ylO Bros V u 0 I i7 F W AR Pleased To Announcet r J THAT OUR Li NEW SPRING STOCKf IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION t o Our Lines Comprise Everything That Is New And Desirable HIT 3 w DRESS GOODS WHITE GOODS TRIMMINGS WASH GOODS MILLINERY LACES RIBBONS PATTERN HATS EMBROIDERIES t STREET HATS MUSLIN UNDERWR a CHIDRENS HATS an4MS HANDKERCHIEFS 6 WAISTS TOWELS MATTINGS SKIRTS NAPKINS RUGS CORSETS TABLE LINENS OIL CLOTHS h rlI Diamond Brand Shoes and Slippers I IIPeters In Mens Ladies and Childrens iJJf JIJ SU UJ L ALADIES HOME JOURNAL PAIILERNS In Mens and Boys Wear Our Line is Second to None j MENS AND BOYS PANTS BOYS CLOTHING HATS and CAPS t SHIRTS and FURNISHINGS Royal Tailor=made ClothingI We Cordially Invite You to Call E IIIBTHICKMArsr BROSf r v kYf 1 i 9 I T l v Sheriffs Sale for Taxes o the11prilllouse door in Hickman Ky I will sell to the high est bidder for cash for taxes due the State and County of Fulton and cost of sale the following de scribed real estate assessed in the names of thefol low ing parties towit Two Dollars added in each case for coati rwarl IiROMm VALUE TAX t 1 to BWWh S SO 00 J 50 1000 11 01 I IJacres ctrl 9ft 917 i 1 I to Aritffl GIG 810 tl MtMlcm MH 1T4Y I I 1 lUOO 1217 t I Mtea tlDO 34U I JIG t I Fttlloo- I 171- t II JultOH 828- II 11111It- II 1 740- r r l 016- tf t I 1tl 10 1N1 1110- 1II M 486 46tlI I IN 21 rj- T10I tlI III+ TII I MS3 III r 920 J1 i tlOB I 1016 t l 3 34- TMt1Mt t I IIlf 1 11 71 t I Ias 11 tl t I 11 M t I I iiwItflT t I I 4t w ItflTIf t I I SOS I I IIIII 1 M t I 40- U4v I J II IIN 1 tterea dtril 1 700 I 11II 10 M 11I 1910 ate diet l 1 16 AI t 1 PttltMl I 71 IIoI 318 ti1 III 72O 4 13 act tMst1 1 I 740 f Ill PIItet 11105 T91SII ms dIM U 211- j 71II II 1 I 7 f 1 I PullMI- NCT 4Q1 69 l COLOHHb t I PaUM 111 600 11IIl 1 5 1 135II1 t III a 40 I 856- HI to lID 300- t 1 D sao tl 4 100 t l 691- t l le 031 t I I 780 1I III G S6 t I III 484- NC wlpt0- T t S aores dsc J IGDD 1100 antis dW J 1m 630 I AcT COtOKN l SSbe dial SM T GO TW8n 40 KKtf diet 1 600 140- t vtMrt dM 3 1110 000 I t I JerdaN lID of 21 411 aorw diU J o 9 U TOowRIDYI 1 I Qtyse 110 480- NtTwmTd t 11I KMknmn 300 8 70 sores dtItt 01 6 00 1 I Htakmnn 110 6 42 t I IIt 100 3220 l 75ll I acres drat 4 550 1641 partHMntl does I r 4 W the otter line In- N r and negro rail v working together Although anII I KivM the super uilway mull service hltddley theeart h t a change so as whichvII in praxlmity to v A 4s stated that no wouldeG the Courier office flit Dandruffakrav bur4ofas otllY 11MO dlftrol I tLttrratat IkttwI I j jo 1 tttlnrlyl ltnenta tsll Lrscll aeahe aclpIn a cleM III1aeoLd4tun AU DrulC IMa- u rrt1i a MU4aQ MAMK PROPERTY VALUE TAX 6181ibwlkeiosOreen10Crocu95Itwefl75Ceedrwn9SCeugor1 UOeugherl1 GiWewell H A Mrs 38 auras dId 4 SSD 55Hart Mrs M Itl Hlokmtir 200 5 JO wts Dolphin 14 acres land 76 J 7S- JMea Mrs C j for Parvis hrs U aares land oo 2108 Jthnson H M 90 aorta dlst 4 8 63 Kopoer H P and wife 80 aores dlst 4 JO 6 2S Kelior hrs 18 t 1 Hlokman 1 0 2S OS Kirk do OMi 1 tl1 rOUO 1658 Kirk R H 36 12 area land and 9 town lots 4360 40 SO K1rk Hems J acres slat 4 HOD 6 8i Lacy Mrs Sit I Hlokman 160 J 5S Murtry Mrs M E 68 acres dlat 4 1G 8 3b Morgan t Leech 80 acres dist 4 IOD 8 JO Mrirls W A 4f acres dlst 4 310 b 97 Ptokett Wilt 93 aores dot 4 600 8 c6 Rvbersw Len 80 aoios disc 4 1100 S 09 Smith S M Itl Htaknwn- I JOD S 72 StucvSI M ItII 130 4 43 1mft1aIXa III JDO 11801- Ilalme O M awl wlte 2 tl1 JUklltl GGO 1J 301 Thmwi CMS 41 airos diet 4 308 c 70I Tttomasen hrs 4 t 1 HfebmoH 0 2 87 Tuttle Ltuls D 1 tlItI 040 In 9The tat T D Itl 700 157 TMrtupsan Mrs M 75 Aires drat 4 710- Taylw S 15 Jtbn 1 34 acres dlH 4 40 4 74- Weatheriy J A 2 acres dist 4 SOT 1290 VWla fi s Mag- gto heirs 53 13 acres dlst 4 SOD 6 52 WH1Ir is Mrs S A 24 1 4 aores diet S 2= 4 25 VTlkersvn Menroe 1 t 1 Hlokman 1 4 4J Taylor Jas Pit1 Hldbman 14 11 KICKUAM rXKaWCT OOU3RBO Alexander Allen 1 tl Hlokman 159- Burbee 6 911 gosh A 6tl 900 H Of Bragg tusaa Itl ISO J 40 Brown Carvltae 2 tIltt 1tO 0482 Bruer Urw 1 t 1I1 4- Bagsby b a Qt Bill 73 acres diet 4 I 576 Chambers Bob Itl 1Dol mall 2 65 Carter Amy 2 t 1I 2 65 Clark Rogers 111 liSD J 76 DenaldsA Teny IIIII 100 448 Drth Fred 1 tlIfl 15tt S 81 Terrell C 1111 t1 SO S 6S George Bd 1 tl 50 4 90 UuryCL Itln goo 961 Merrlwether Urea 2 t 1 400 6 66 I 4 10 3JDReeiiwni 591 Rlngtltm 1 1 1 1b 5 6T Rite 2a John 1 tlto 4 72 helby Alex 1 t 1 31 7 15 Shelby Chas I 1 1I 7 06 1byllr II F 1 tl 70 4 90 Thlley Nathan 2 t1I 300 S M Upthaw Dave Mrs 10 acres dtst 4 231- SAMAPKAS 4 OJ RtOOE AND MAD RID m m PR8C1NCT WHITE Adams WAllO aores diet 5 3QQO 36 gg Our T L 80 acres dlit 500 8 SO Leech ft MoKcel 70 acres dlst 5 350 S 15 Mabel Gin Co 1 acre dint 5 2500 31 15 Say W V 120 aores 5 800 1J 35 Stowe F M hrs 42 acres II 5 300 S 50 Hverell Margaret 25 acres II S 550 7 SO Hverett R C state 390 acres S 4415 46 OJ KUrMdM MMtmilMrUl I I warn town lot wtmra wife itr IUMUI II Mrs J T SEAT Sheriff Fulton Co Strengthcart lororue11H1 AtuncthorRtrtttirlnwamtnSml n Ntru11dlral It I allllOl aIrra bid In gar Utile turn hat rrallr Ii Ilt tult1- b1au1Nntre JIthe Otrdlae or Ilestt 1- lmplr +daadtnuAwtmxrWreRapnn- Whtt tarn KlllUOIlIn roue aufNul111- MIft Without 1Nt uun mu4 ftJIIlnw to la lan4 the itomarb dkl4Daral bT- roanttathnftb nano tlrTDleln wh u a pulltltuDt behoopealllnUPlru PrlIl101l tnusltbcruro + + tlatrlbtt- wpulr Ins wan dl UilutnhlI1IIItaU to l wsaUnl nlfn I 111 ll bulkUl helpieii Uww M DdA wltIa Dr Shoops RestorativeALL The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker In the building both day and night Tele pMM No 20 Warning Road Overseers County Attorney Tom Snuth will es to announce that the report in- current circulation to the effect that there is no law existing in Kentucky for fining an overseer for failing to work roads is untrue that the fine isi from 5 to 25 and all overseers in Fulton county will please get their roads in good shape us complaint is being made tohim about the roads And if not put in good shape at once warrants will be issued Secretary Cortelyou has announced that the 30000000 deposited in national panks the last of September to be returned about the beginning of February would not be called for at present The banks however must substitute Government Philip pine Panama or Hawaiian bonds for the State and municipals they now have on deposit T I 11 Y n naarar IN THE STUD H- At Oakwood Stock Farm Hickman Ky f ALFRED 0 12452rRecord 219 iIThis great horse is conceded to be one of the greatest harness hone sires of the present day Having sired three with records better than 2t0 and forty others with records better than 2 30 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 bun 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 DR ROAN 44832 j This young hone is the grandest bred fellow in Kentucky He is by Alfred 0 j If12452 and his first dam is that greatest of great broodmares SPANISH MAIDEN dam of 21814BaronI j HappyMedium i 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 hands high foaled 1901 IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL is the blackest of black horses with the best of disposi tions fine mane and tail has length of 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 is a fine breeder and his pedigree cannot be improved upon as a saddle none This horse traces on his sires side to Slack Squirrel Dave Skain Peavineall noted hones In the saddle hone history On his dim s side he traces to Msrrbriro Patchy Berthune sire of VanMelers Waxy foundation stock to Bald Hornet an extra fine saddle stallion and Grey Eagle His lint third fourth and fifth dams we e all noted saddle mares going a ii 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 time- sllWFOR SALEA few choice harnessbred colts and fillys I OAKWOOD STOCK FARM R A TYLER Prop Woodland Mills Miss Moielle Brasfleld is very 111 H E Curlln visited parents Sun dayMiss Llnole Threlkeld of Martin visited her parents last week Mr Edgar Shore of Rives was a caller here Sunday evening Mrs Tom Thomas is visiting relatives In Paragould Ark Mrs James Hefley Is very ill of pneumonia at this writing Miss Prudence Marshall visited Miss Lassie Curlin Sunday Mr and Mrs 0 A Kennedy attended the revival at Union City FridayRev G H Stigler filled his regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday evening Misses Carrie and Jennie Pruette are the guests of Mrs Ino A Hef ley of Union City this week Miss Annie Alexander visited Mrs Jno Porter of Union City last week and attended the revival Mrs Hiram Dickens after being ill for twenty years of consumption died at her home here Friday morning A movement has been started in Nashville Tenn to have the people of that city vote on the saloon question next May It is said former Senator Carmack has expressed- his readiness to lead the fight for the temperance people n When in need of gasoline come to the Courier Office 49 Dr S K Davidson DENTISTOmell Oowiijll Drug Store Hickman Kentucky Man Identified W U Cockrell is supposed to have been the man burned to death in the mysterious fire at the Parker house at Mayfield early In Feb ruary The indentity of the dead man with that of Cockrell was established beyond reasonable doubt Cockrell Is known to have come out from Paducah on the train on which the mysterious stranger arriv ved He left his valise at the depot and it has not been called for Cockrell has not been seen since the night of the fire The valise was opened and letters and papers found in it prove it to have belonged to Cockrell who was an intlncrent picture vender His home was in Calloway county but he has been living in and around Mayfield lot the past few years He was heavy set dark and about 40 years of age Tim N wNo run Or UK Omiitli lure IJIM would lwt1eedel If Nil114Iuth pure Nere nke IIf tihoopll Ouuth Qtlre leNnih- N Ipn ter Fur ai ears TUft anluutl w Mtwrwiulrtvtlmi Unity 1J41HI iilcr Into N ftiticTi inUlurw U muil I prliittHioiilIm laIwteNttePNr Itouthera4 othets bmihl InWtt on ImvlHit IK rilHxut Omilli Mrs So ixilwMiltHirk iiu IN Mhoop btlwtoatHi IHMW In hC mmllelH caw It 1131 tj lew 1w un Un talMl Ami ItHi tell unit tnlu Iml il Ur tliowjtlml know It 11 ii trutjlrernert nhh rough rt 11trdl TNke rat elotltw IrtlelurtIiJUiar ehndrue mortal oN IHI11I1C Or tihuuP- Ovuecli lure Ol1l1l4r enrrtultr the Itr rtlioop uaukaKn with other Nod ee Nu IICIImllllara therel You rnn alwayvoeun the wife Male ItS ilmiwHiilHif Or Hliotipl tiollttllure Simply rlue to iww pt any other Null IIJT nil dmlwr If the shellbark hickory is taken as the standard of hardnesslOOthe other common woods rank with it as indicated In figures given alter each kind Pignut hickory 06 oak 84 white ash 77 dogwood 75 scrub oak 73 white hazel 72 apple 72 red oak 69 white beech 65 black walnut 65 black birch 62 yellow oak 60 hard maple 58 white elm 58 red cedar 56 wild 55 yellow pine 54 chestnut 52 yellow poplar 51 butternut 43 white pine 30 DONT COMPLAIN ItrnurohrlInInt sad you reunaldrto- IrpbcoauwOfrouthI lluy n Umltt or Italian llorcboutul Hyruu end you rqnt bao nny rough let a Imttle now And that rouah will not tact Ions A our for all pul tnonnrxalltec Mre1 luheloo Tt- lafll1 I 1 It any enuuuth fur llalLenl lionhound syrup The roller II bu KlVeu inn U rII that I niivtuiry tar me to My Mold by Uowgtlli UNit blore aUll lIeu A Ulnwn With Its SECURITY To Depositors of 7000000 Capital and Surplus With The ASSURANCE That every reasonable re quirement can be met wfihVils unexcelled facilities With Its RECORD For safe and conservative management in the past that promises such in the future THE HICKMAN BANK p t offers its customcs a service that is second to none h n Daily Paper For Only One Dollar a Year- If you will subscribe for the Courier and give us a dollar extra we will have sent to your address the Louisville Daily Herald a year This gives you a daily paper six days in the week and the Courier a year for two dollars You must take advantage of this offer quick for the offer may be withdrawn at any time The Courier also clubs with all other leading papers week ly semiweekly and daily Come in and subscribe or pay up and take L advantage of this remarkable offer Its one on Graves County A young man from Wingo says a Graves county paper was called i before the grand jury and asked ii he had seen any one carrying con cealed weapons The young man said he had seen a certain gentleman carrying them upon several occasi ons Upon investigation IlWill found by the jury that the gentleman j in question was no other than the deputy sheriffii + v- fI It FitlI t 1iSrases r a r www d L A h tiIIi j l l r t c = nr 1 V f C 2 1P F jllcIniii I urliulnre- III II iI I jjWewish to announce the completion of our Spring line of Rockers Dining Tables Bedroom Suits Chairs Sideboards Beds Mattresses Springs and Sewing Machines fl Our stocks were never more complete merchandise selected to meet all Spring and Summer requirements CJ We are watchful our prices and never permit them to go above the low level that has made this store so well known L iiofL 1 iJte Are Offering Iron Beds full size any color 300 Tin Front Cupboard Safes MvoT Spiral Coil 175WovenL We are agents for the celebrated GOSHEN LAWN SWING and have a nice assortment in stock Call andsee tIt in IBick UNDERTAKER Furniture Coipany Inc raa sa 1V 1tiK4Kt11iHiTHE Owj Vttttn butotv tUt Ur DvbHTBEiLE W 0BYEEB JOBBZT05 Eiiton ui PrtfrUton ONApYANCETARt Kulered ut the lilakuran Kenluottv liojloffloe oa neoond oltuw mall tauUor Friday March 22 1907 I When the editor of the Hick whipped1 individual not as representing the community in which be chances to be editing a paper We claim to have a more intimate knowledge of I tbe political conditions in Fulton county than the editor of the Courier has or ever can have Any references made in the Gazette to matters aUrcting Hickman are not addressed to nor intended to embrace the edt tor of the Courier Clinton Gazette r True the Courier is not the whole of Fulton County nor Hick man nor does not represent the whole of either but honest old fellow we do come nearer represent ing the community in which we reside yoiu do not claim to be the politician that you do and perhaps you are in close touch with the politics of this countyat teas more so than we but at the same time it is more likely that it is the rotten machine politics with which you are identified and in that we care not to dabble If you laid any claim to the Democratic party we would not perhaps be so earnest iin potticsd fellow we dont think youoan boast of your rep as a Democrat Presbytery in Session PrelbyterlanHickman since Wednesday There are quite a number of visitors andI delegates perhaps fifty delegates We did not get the names of t delegates in time to print them lh week Much interest was manifested in the business meetings The delegates and visitors have be attending the Revival meetings the Court House B G Brasfields store at State Line was robbed nightt Nothing has been missedexcept a few pairs of shoes and several razors Ceo Carpenters blood hounds were sott there Thursday morning to to Ike trull of the robbers dies Mackie Shumate of Newbe has ben visiting In the city t pdt of her brother C P Shumate and her tJoter Mrs A M Tyler II f t n WE WISH to call SPECIAL ATTENTION to our Undertaking Department We carry attll times the largest stock undertakers in Kentucky which can be fittedup un short notIce at all times We keep an experienced undertaker on duty both day and night ulll all night calls will be promptly I i PHONE NO 20N1V411 HICKMAN COURIER Wednesday supplies Western answered Decision For NyrRTTyleri A decision was rendered tuffs week y the War Department in regard to tba middle section of the Hickman and Tiptonville levee which has teen in dispute for some tine The deriMDn W4J rendered is favor of Mr XT Tyler Mr Tyler was awarded the contract to build the lower and middle section of the levee the contract stipulating that when a thousand feet of continuous levee was completed the govern chargemanup the risk of the Government and any portion of the levee under a thous and feet was to be at the risk of the contractor Mr Tyler sublet the contracts for the levee the lower settles to Val Carpenter and the BufflogtonWhen middle section was completed and Mr Tyler had asked Capt Conner reIqueltfing that under tbe contract the work could not be received until the lower or upper section was completed and tied to the middle section thus making a continuous levee How ever Mr Tyler construed the law to mean that when a thousand feet of levee was completed no matter where it began it was a continuous levee and referred the matter back to the Captain who still refused to take it up and told Mr Tyler that the matter was left to him Conner and that his decision was final Mr Tyler still sure that he was right j appealed the case to the War Department and made two trips to Washington in the interest of the questionAfter a decision has been handed down and which Mr Tyler received this week hold Ing that the amount of levee com pleted by Mr Tyler or his subcontractors would be considered taken up and received by the gover damageinlevee and protection from water must be borne by the Goverment boysIsThe band boys are deserving of your suport and help Nashvilletwite his parents in Hickman Arnett W son of J C Hendrex it quite sick at his home near town Our prices are right our goods are right and we will treat you rightHickman Furniture Co Inc kcEllison Brothers have rented the store room next door west of their belongsbefor a recd store having sold the building on Water street J G T The Ladles Nome Journal I publicationconnection with our stock of The Ladles Home Journal Patterns This makes it possible for you to examine your Journal and secure the patterns before leaving the i store We are aiming to give you complete service If you prefer to subscribe by the year subscriptionSi I ELLISON BROS i Miss Lily Coffey is sick this week H E Curlin spent Sunday with home folks at Woodland Mills Lon Btasley who has been ill to some time was taken to his home a Farmingtoe Saturday Mrs Bottle Dodd is dangerously 111 at the home of her slater barsbW J Mayes east of Hickman R B Scearce of Cayce was iin town this week He tins an nd in this issue advertising his arm for rentR S Speed of West Hickman has opened a furniture store in the part of the building recently vacatedI by L M Kelly anSamweek They attended the meeting of the Woodmen in that city Mrs guestofforheras her sick child is able to toke the trip Under the auspices of the Daugh MrsWigge willbeTuesdayA large crowd of Christian work todayFriday Friday Court House News L H Samuels was appNst 4lmmiatrator of the state of G W Marshall with W T Dentin and A W Ingram mrettea In Judge Nags eoart WOMMCIay QMS okarxetl Mlling MKnigttjjwi ptafNuty xa released Swanocy Hannon was trW sentenced to a year IIn the r school at Lexington He was take JOIUIIMtogltber tried and seaieneod for cMokon stealing some time ago REM BJSTATX J S Barney to G B Terret- land J000 Woolkfo I lrewalandW T Kays to J J Bonn kiml 1 200R H ClotsParerHardwareI I man 3000 aricMIItows lots In Hiokman Mo C I Hagan to W C Johnson town lots lots in Hiokman sooo For Rent I r newCayce ihtri etcton place j good stables 44 R B SCBARCB G+ rca KY Christian Church Services wiltl bytbeChristianChurch n senlceInmayattendtheCourtweloorncSunday Miss Annie Rutledge of Jordon Is visiting Miss Pansy Weatherly Hambrywerewheretheyreform school L D Smith the popular furniture ofbudnessi sLeonlCdshowthisLaFayettecnroute to Oklahoma He is a cousin of T A Ledford and was his guest while in the city CorRoa1okemakehllArjurewishes go with him lX I Dorena I odCiatoee White went to IIe on Imrtneos tail week Rev Leona preached to people of this place Sunday UteII Myrtle cod Pearl King altertaMal i fII was sees onroot to Jl IsIaHII rrdaychina t I tileNrlslttgIrapidlyMrs Crawfoni anri family weft 14udaeteMleawHtaySeveral boretAIMMyMealtkE In Ute nljMMfliiag very potl with tbs oxaaprtoat of tsx bad oeWs Mlos Make Ptekett of Bemle peAt a few days war boa leaf week vMtlng friends aNd relative XlIIIJr were In Charleston last week on IluItMItTIM hoes movktf man Mr Bwkncr of Charleston is hue uric week moving ariStoektagj rlNnbar Price of Our the kOMM whore Mr IW are glut to tr iDhMr flwapW DarAi bIoes litw sell t Ct and eso qrightkets rod lltl il r of Ci UtcgMeitof aVidy r Gall oVHNiRnr Patttwwk fheaII mHk Mist Nary fwtb i Min Mia ftirthow tbl BrownevIRe Three lelltrt from oarrospomleMs arrives be printed this week We have sat Anti rammer cooMng puri figure with yon Nwr 7Jm rtorsPLJfOUSSrOEFOnf mN The new Queen Quality Slippers for Spring are now ready Needles to say they are authentative and cor thdtQueensuperior to many other makes that cost from one to three dollars morn J Let us show you our beautiful as sortment of this beautiful footwear to prove this Our showing includes all the newest styles and leathers 250 300 350 BELT DQQExclusive AgontH r 7 r A l IIt A 0 M r 7 AI UIoP 1 tr = I 1 L I SpringNotableYoung Mens and Boys Clothing Miens Suits Elegance Correctness Exclitsfoeness I A roptoscntLve skewing of best mftfco arointoA i tailored to aWo Me jtorfo lt4n Itit the meat advanoetl 8 to 2250 IIrJ1 wtlt Display of Springs s In cMens Shoes All Ute lale t toes in r Ioor mil box calf vtrt Sid poloRt stat and pits ent kid in both bilk fwd Iur1 cwt modofe 35010 650 s Local Notes I vetU Iu4 torL i Ute a 41t ay +s iptnt In- caistt v r trad Get II fttftg II J this wook I CIpM J 4LW ut sost 1- oy e- SuMclt kRSa i wile nos skitt orIoil M Ilod rfwrofc FurLpap CtsI- Ir I rtlRoni be FActor y t0iIec oat Phi 74 tltuA nt- ft toot rosin 01t mad of Motftira H C John iut woolt then awlsr ky CUt ova- Hetrte4lever r t in this oiLy UUUUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIMm c1t1llr ItlrccastsI ar Iter 1 Morass toy ny I lr I lr mfc a ne- Gr II pertilat rdartI r avow 11dal stormy d1 1TARPINE Ir IUAIIAN ii mirt outfit CBNTUCKYn nr h t rTTTT TTTTt TTYTTTYTWWTTTTT I Courier Want Column I pLI 11ReavW aufas rNNbMqI I- IAAA et AAaaael MareRFOR SALS J houses in Wort HkJwoan apply to A M TTUOU if UP TO LATE MILK towsI At orfty puke Call on W W BmurntLD 41 FOR SALE CHEAP1 4yoarM sort Morse 1 gentk buggy hone 1 young unbroken horse 4J Ilruee Hoary FOR SALE HooothoU and kabn fMrnltoro farmtag implements logs 7wgie buggies and com S A WADI FOR SALISome Fancy Saddle and liarnoM Hortts and Maros i also some good yoowg mutesJ C nmmKBz 42 LogWllgOR TltllOthyliIA FOR SALXI have 8 thorough brat Stogie Comb WhIt Leghorn Cockarcii for sale also egg from 2 very one pent at 100 pr IS or 04 00 per 100 M G JoHmox Cayoe Ky 41 SEW CORN FOR 3ALli We have secured pure white St Charles seed corn direct from St Charles County Mo Anyone wishing aM will call at our office or at cotton StuJ F k S L Dodd Co 43 FOR SALE A first dans room ing house on the main street IS rooms and store Rent 2S a month Clearing 25 a week Fully fur nished Price SSQO cash Addreos S B8tA co Groan Tree House Cairo III 414 = =Rev C L Price was in SundayAllison Tylr hs returned fro Memphis and Newbern Silas Murrel oame over from Union City to spend Sunday with home folks Hlckmans leading undertaker at the Farmers Hardware Company IncorporatedRobt orders the Courier sent to Mrs A M Prater at Opelousas La Willie Sanders of State Line win town Saturday and made this office a substantial call Miss Rosa Robinson of Harris Tenn his been visiting the family of Dr H E Prather T1 Montgomery has returned this toI home in Providence Ky after a weeks visit with his brother W F l Montgomery and other friends i New Hats For Spring lWe have for your inspection an elegant and correct line of popular highgrade soft and stiff hats medium and high andblack FurnIshingsFor Gentlemen distinctiveShirts Pleasing StylesAbundant eckear HosieryLatest Baltzer Dodds lJeKul uf Wings ii in the cityNetarr Public at the Courier Office HtcJcmtn FflnriUire Co Ino Undertaker ITor Smith was here this week on legal bssleou MIU Slaw of Hate List was hi town the week hot Craig of Orrkm City iris fif town this week Rev Tom Moore of Martin was m town this week ICapt Dfpple was In Cairo on business last week Mrs Pearl Roberts has been en the stok list but is Improving Several boys from liflckman wtii onllst In the Navy servle Miss Clara Savage of Fulton is the guest of her sister Mrs C L PriceJohn Xsley spent a few days In Nashville last week returning Tuesday The Ladles AM Mel sf the Christian ohbrah was reorganised yeUrdav Mrs E Nnytvr tIs visiting friends and rotative In East Frame Mo this week Otto Heriweek went to Cairo Saturday night last and spent Sun day there Prof Ilunilker tells us that his family has been on the sink nit for irvcml days theYIlls for one year Mm J W SpInks of Fulton and J N Haynes of Klpley Tenn were married last week Mrs Bernie Hughs left for May field Tuesday to spend two weeks with relatives and friends Rev Hughe is in Mississippi hold ing a meeting There is a probabil statenMiss Holland the milliner at E Sundaymwith Miss Utle Parham in the coun tryW A Dodds will make an exten sion to his lumber sheds in a short time He advertises and his busi ness grows Jnl Pickett and family have moved from Missouri to Hickman Mr Pickett has purchased the S A Wade farm on State road and will move to it next month asMrs Conley and son of Mound City Ills mother and brother of Lee Campbell were in town this week the guests of the latter Rev OSullivan of Paducah has been called by the Bishop to 1111 the vacancy us Priest of the Hick man Sacred Heart Catholic Church occasioned by the callof Rev Minch to Leltcldield Ky 1R C Rivers Cavat is at Bar I ing CroM Ark in charge of a ArgcntaArk saystheHickman wish him muoh success We acknowledge receipt of a dollar for subscription from Wm Beckman St Louis through Tbos Dillon Sr poirt rorgerColtfrT and Adams when In need of hose notsels and eta They oan furnish you lawn sprinklers Miss Mabel Wilson has returned from a visit to Mayfield Telephone No 48 for coal SMARTEASTER EASTERCLOTHES CLOTHESFOR THE BOY 250 to 650 A Completeline Childrens Wash Suits 75c to 250 fr Mrs L D Oakley died at her home in Fast Hickman Wednesday of last week of Tuberculosis She had bern in ill health for several years She has been a resident of Hickman for many years and was known by a large portion of the daughtrnMlaaPickett to mourn her Interment of the remains was had at the city M4hteij inunaay- E C Rice and family spent Sun day with Israel Clark and family of near town Miss Pearl King has returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Columbus and Clinton The Beaurooct Soap Factory at Mayfield was destroyed by lire Saturday morning Loss about 20 000 Dr J M Hubbard and wife went to Nashville Saturday to visit their daughters who are attending school at Belmont College Hickman Furniture Co Inc for everything in furniture rumen uraig ot Jnnton is putting a mahogany finish on the wood work in Percy Jones Cafe Jones dont believe in halfway doing things 2 Before buying let us show you our line Hickman Furniture Co Incorporatedtt Open night and day Elite CafeII u I MIIA fEaster Chat rememberFT II- ci Its to your advantage to buy your shoes y from the Cash Shoe Store E C Rice Co Our Easter showing of mens andwomens Low Shoes is by far the most complete we have ever shown fJI Stylish New Spring Millinery will be on display Tuesday and Wednesday March r 26th and 27th and will continue through 1 out the weeks i I I s r Our Millinery showing is the most complete line in the city You will do well to give 5 Miss Holland an order for your Easter Hat i i r E C Rice fr CoiEiE I 0 Tr-w S t I T k rjtUn LfI aft openingi Occu- rTUESDAY an- dWEDNESDAY We invite you to inspect line of IS Millinery and Dry Goods B L1 DIDD ruL+ I I I I I I I I I I I I THE A Sof E COLUMN I II t I I I I i I I 1 I I I I I BY MR T H IAU1fDU DOXT spans COY KAY pull UU 4erib 16111 w1 rdally oews to feed should feed ov cry ton of clover grown on the farm The ferflilty In clover hay is Just coming to be understood as it should be The fertility from It is said o be almost equal to the hay itself In value The Northwestern Agricul lurist says there k good authority for the statement that a ton of but ter when sold from the farm takes about 25 cents worth of fertility from the Mil and at present price would be worth nearly six hundrod dollars to the producer whereas a ton of clover bay represents about right dollars worth of fertility and when sold on the farm would bring only four or Eve dollars There WAS a time in the history of our fanning when we were ignorant of these facts and sold clover hay but U is wow fed to the cows and we sell butterfat instead of the hay Every farmer and stockman should study this problem of fertility and feed otherwise he may waste with a shovel and save with a spoon St Louis Semlweekly Star If these things are true it does seem that our agricultural colleges and experiment stations have been a long time finding it out But this is what we have argued in this column for many weeks The farmers pay millions of dollars to support these colleges but not one farmer in a thousand has time to read the papers and bulletins they send out If the farmers will organize and demand fair wages for their products there will be spare time on the farm as elsewhere to read what our pre Lessors are doing and we can have a little time to experiment and see if their theories arc true But as long as we hump our selves every day to plant more acres and raise more bushels we shall continue to impoverish our soil raise fewer pounds or fewer bushels per acre andour experiment stations will be of little or no use to the actual far mer 1 Almost every paper you pick up has ee or sore columns devoted to A AgrloSllurc but who reads these columVs The land lord who owls tie farm f r y Will March 26 and 27 fr our has moved to town to educate his children and has perhaps secured a clerkship in a farmers implement house or a family grocery On dun days he reads the agricultural reports on oxUMfve farming and finds that our soil iis capable of producing M w tM b1 e www ffr were He rids his own farm and finds that his tenant iis taking 35 to 30 bnsJwls He show Ms tenant the agricultural report who repHos that he has no time to read such repots and does not Believe them when he does road them Let us examine one of these agri cultural report We find the aver age production of corn for ten years ISM 1175 was 36 bushels From the same report we find that for the ten years 1895 1904 the average was 25 bushels So while every state in the union has paid mllllsns of dollars to support the agricultural department all to teach us how to improve our soil and increase our production we find that we have impoverished the soil our best farmers are leaving the farms in the hands of tenants who naturally can not feel the interest in rich soil good roads good schools and good churches that the owner of the land should feel Our boys are leaving the farms because they see that a clodhopper is considered a low ignorant fellow All other callings and professions are organised to such an extent that it is clearly to be seen that the far mer who ought to be the most inde pendent man in the world is the most helplcM Recently a friend told me that the A S of E Is all right so long as the high toned honorable citizens act together but irresponsible Indi viduata break forth and burn houses dynamite factories roll tobacco in rivers etc and that these things are the natural results of which the A S ot E is the cause In this way he would make our society the cause of all anarchy During the civil war there were southern guerrillas and northern home guards who were thieves no matter whether they wore the blue or the gray Wore the honest soldiers who fought for their country responsible for what these outlaws did Had the northern people any more right to hold the south responsible for guerrilla warfare than the south had to hold the north responsible for union home guards who guarded their homes by plundering and bum Ing the homes of southern sympa thlsers Our government is busy proseouU ing oil kings railroad kings mine owners and ioMrance officers Arc those man who rob policy bolder who are usually widows and orphans day laborers aad other honest oiti Jed These men who murder miners by sending them into dangerous shafts in order to save the few dollars whion would sake them se cure I say are these men any 1loos anarchists than those who bu toto houses or blow up factories A man k an anarchist who daftes the law no matter whether he be a poor anarchist who risks his life in the issue or a rich anarchist who bribes Juries buys legislatures or intimi dates accomplices A Few Ingredients What are women folks made oCl Wiles smiles and the latest styles Face and grace and lImy lace Plumes and blooms and feathers and fusses Fears and dears and a sprinkling off tears Fads and scads and a big bunch of pads Thats what women are made of What are men folks made off Of tussle and bustle and plenty of hustle Of hats and spats and Christmas cravats Of blow and show and oodles of dough Of bear and stare not to speak o hot air Of stews and booze and other refuse Thats what the men folks are made of- ruuusvxtrre MOTTOI A Utiare dMl U cvtry iunH Thtf Jtut ih w- s7RUMAMGO Taw Madman That MAKES RHEUMATISM GO hl aqurdI1 a rhuwatlelII thru If ant MtlMM ruuw an aet7urm71ruk 1IIaquart Urt IIUMACIO luiny T T SWAYtf L I Warship at Hickman i Cheever master atarm 2nd c11 U S Navy advance agent flf a Wasp arrived in town Mon dN nlRkt from Paducah and billed thr towm with adrertisiHg matters itiie young the to join the- na v irever tell the Courier that the W up was unable to get to Paduch on icrount of the river rising to gt1 h xn extent that she could not pass under the bridge at Cairo 111 This boat will arrive at Hickman FnUy March 22 and will remain bore two or three days She is commanded by Chief Boatswain Cohan Recruiting Officer Clancy anJ Surgeon Rennie The ship will be open to visitors arid arrangements are being made fIr her to moor alongside a barge 10 that it will be convenient for visitors to go abeam TheWasp has broken all records for enlisting men since she started on her recruiting expodldtlon January 5th- Boatswain Clancy has the distinc tion of receiving a nwmber of medals lor bravery during the Boxer true bles in China and alto during the trouble with Spain Boatswain Mate Johnson has also received medals tor bravery during the Spanish American war He was with Ad mural Dewey at the battle af Manilla lMy and has been In the navy for 22 years A word about the Wasp She is 180 feet long has a boas of 33 feet draw 13 feet of water and has a displacement of about 630 tons She was in the trouble at Santiago r rather Nip lay Ooba and has A splendid record behind her Cotton and Adams positively guarantee alt their work to give1 satisfaction State Line Last week Iternt J P Maddox visited relatives mI Greenfield Sunday Jno Maddox wilt move Mt family to Fulton this week Mrs May Bacon not bean off the sick lilt but is improving Mrs T A Pratber Jr has been quite ill for severest days Stjah Maddox and holly have recovered from a siege of tagrlppe Mr W J Maddox we are gladI state is out agate alter a two weeks Illness Mrs C C Bondurant of new r HIekman spent tome time with her parents last week W M Baoan af Woodland Mitts p spent several days with his uncle Le C Maddox last week Messrs J K Moss and Forrott Naylor l of sear Union City visitedI friends near here Thursday The three younger children of Mrs T A Prather Sr are con tined at home with lagrippe Miss Matile Saay has resume I her school at Sylvlan shade with a larger attendance than she hu eve had A popular school mistress always wins public favor Sample Copies of The Louisville Dally Herald may be had at this office Remember we can sendiI DailyHeraldStates for only 200 A pecularity of the Blue mount twins of Pennsylvanlx is that they are divided oy rivers that break Trough the walls at intervals of twentyseven miles From the Sus quehanna to the Swatara is twenty seven miles also from the Swatara to the Schuylkill from the Schuyl kill to the Lehigh from the Lehigh to the Deleware and from the Dela 1 Jerseyknownvale are the same It would be most difficult to account for such a coincidenceA Known Fact frornInternalwithstand the two powerful gonnleidta deHtro1theWltoeoMedFur Mb 1IlllmIe mUluon IfBOtqLMi Suits 900 to 5000 I The careful dresser will appreciate- the sterling merits of Schoenbrun Tailoring The garments not alone look well but willCJr well retaining their shape permanently Absolute satisfaction guarantee- dSAMPLESON I DISPLHY AT Bradley ParhanVs HomeMade Catarrh Cure Ay one eras mix rlat homo the NIt remedy of iu kind know The MUM CyolosMt is givnt to tno fell xlog proscription tt b supposed bMaoac o its pcomptoce in driving from UM blood MM system wory vestige of car poison rolleI this fottt awl dtand disease no mst tar where boated To prepare the mixture Oct from any good pbar many MM half ounce Fhrtd seas Osollo OM ouoc Caupound syrup sanoparfWa Mate wett sod we In icaapooolnl dose attar oak meal ad at bedtime Tbk li a barmlostt Inexfeftittc mixture which has a peculiar action upon the oHroteatlve tiseuos of the kidneys asotittog them to star avid strain front the Mood awl syoUm all catarrhal potwWell if not eradicated are absorbed by the mucous Membrane and an ups tore or catarrh to the result Prepare sense and try i itII It U the proscription eta eminent catarrh ipeotaUrt of national reputation JT41 Gee W Perkins has rodout of his own pocfcet the 10000 RepubHoan campaign eontrlbuUoo made from Ute funds of the flew York Life Insurance company M 1906 New Stand anddconfectionery in the PrIM Building torhave a share of your patronage i cl I P WMOIT Notices wm he IIn Dorena moving houses three weeks from the date of this issue March 8th Any one wish piCAcdtoNew Madrid Mo 41 Special Notice SPECIAL nrnatur FULTON co um- A A mocttof of OtmibtUoe Fuloo Co Sof BhtW oAt Ha hones en Ute iliaIL April 4th tfOr vat for a meeting of the to be INN at the fHfakman laoh Uxu a doieRU for crory te- afratloi too in tit u1os and one at lain witty credentials prop their pt6IfoAt and the sat of the erpnl1 thereon TIe mctti ti cat nine oclock a m Ve of UOWMM lap r Amerioaa Sooioty of b tug strenuous guns e price of the 107 crop HbarattOfti of he mem executive gfttiieriRff 10 UM oral dootrod prices for tams pro Ions ta ajwpUhy wV moot tis Invttod ani t present The Secretary oti Un4on bias a supplyut and shipping tagswt1 fonrfohod at 9So per h them and vie thorn on doht W L Mck Jotar AMcQuss4t taste kIas u l t I A prominent fkw to bf suffering from I WP judge from this also a rich Nw For Emergencies at Home For the Stock on the Farm Sboar Limnxeivt Is awhole medicine chest 100KSend For Free Booklet on ttorsosCattleHogs J ultty Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass r= H y i t = 1 It 1 If II tr HighToned Clothes For Easter I ISvury todrosslICllikoin every renpcot wants to get LhoIbent value for his monoy woII you happy eombinntionb SolutilnerdG I our good an ividonuo1 of our good jtuilitv as you ask jterfecttailoringl The 8iuno standard gsutiltwall through the stores in if IiWeflowing of MICKW1AR YH patterh very attractive ozehla1yehi IanJby Mart SclulTnor Marx I IPrices 26 35 and 50cJJ duStylisht InaWeParrYrifrt III OILI I peal and the spring shapes inw w Prtaos 3tSmith Amberr e I and 0 MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES rate In into Mll V priJ 8th 1007 it bong thu UraL dayof tho April term of tim Fulton Ioiirl at tho Court HOUBU door in Hiokman Ky I will sill to tlw Mfliogt bidder for cash for taxes duo tho flits of liliok nmn tho following doHoribed ronl estate aswaMaod J In iJlio namos of tho following parties to wit south wut 91 NAME BBMKiPEJOH VALUE TAXI t ritEOff VALUE TAZ1HLoscry C L 2 ISO 551 hra 2It It Ell ISO 3 OA Elite t t 1It0k OM A rt tau to 8TMaddox JIll It It 3 0 S 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Policeman Cleared The jury in the case of the Commonwealth against Policeman Will Thomas at Mayfield charged with the killing 01 Henry Cooley on the morning of April 22 last year after being out three hours returned a verdict oCHnot guilty Cooley was the son of the late Capt Cooley a prominent business man Will Thomas a policeman of Mayfield is also a member of a prominent family Call Cotton and Adams when you neJ plumbing or tinning done They guarantee their work Mrs Jennie Hale aged 67 years died at her home near Union City last week Burial at Mt Zion I The GunboatII After the advance agent for theII Gunboat Wasp called at our office and informed us that the boat soul be here today and after we ha printed an announcement of th tact he received a telegram the boat stating that it would hemJJ Wednesday which it did the announcement on another page of the I CourierII Springtime the time to buy furniture and btighten up things j IrHickman Furniture Co Inc the place to buy It S T Roney aged 8tivyears die in Union City last week He was adealer resident of that place from until he died IlI6II r l u- 11rii GREAT UNION REVIVAL HarrisStover Meeting C tunics to Grow in Inter cat nnd Attondnnco MANY ARE BROUGHT TO CHR I NightHoodSplendidMuBionml OldTimo historyofnow prog yeas In Hickman The Christian thingflsOresearnest and persistent efforts of the leader of the meeting Rev B Mari Harris and his coworkers to etter this community As the meeting progresses It grows in Interest and attendance The courthouse iis by far too small to accomodate all who come tto the evening servltes This Iis now the third week of this meeting and from what we know of the persistency of the leader it will be likely to continue indefinitely or so long as the Christian people ill lend their hearty cooperation the good work Cooperation should be the motto of every Chris tray man and won in the town at this opportune time to bring about much needed moral reformation Our local pastors also the vis ng ministers are doing much to help Harris ty his fight for the right is not only a zealous work but a wonderful man possessing to rare degree the art of getting close anJ reasoning with mcnoC bringing them together and of doI ing things His purpose k never lost in the process Three or tour services are OM cted daily in addition to the cottage prayer meeting In the lour quarters of the town Drainerr house are dosed from 10 rOD t- 11W I = in the morning for business mens services and again in the evening at 7 0u oclock for the night services Bvery service adds re fhuwtnt e lArM-r F R Stover deserve special mention for his untiring work In directing the big chorus choir He his choir are giving us splendid 4 musicJust when this meeting IIs likely to dote we do not know but the Courier IIs hoping it will continue every man woman and childt this town and vicinity are brought the ranks of Christianity Hickman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 Mrs Fisher living several miles of town died Sunday and was burled at Browns cemetery Monday Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the 1Cafe in the Warren Bldg q IHowsYourde SatuLiverwin pay you to take cooS care of had hisUuryoucoSId titr poU you all out of sorts take you paU ditty tick at the judge ttomacb gives you stomach ache and haadach naUrla etc WeU Uver lM r you wU by purifying ywtf hadboat and dl Mting your calChiThen U only one wfa reUtkU rise toedldiM and that la the Thedfordsc no or BlackDraught The which oplrordlsleIILlbloIn thousands U homes ant U today jJ5riy tU favorttt Uver nxOlclne In UM world hlIIttforueys and don not Irritate the bowel It arN constipation reUeve con he ftttlon and purifies the system frosau koeplrKdPrlc ZSc at all drums andHTilt Itat t r t- a 7 J 1 J1r i r1 nAppealing to SParticular Men ti Theoriginuhh parfinites oraseasonable goods affords ample opportunity for comortnbJotstylish and Kervicablc Now at the vory timotthiscrI Spring and Summer 5AUBradley 8x Partarn CUMBERLANDI TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO IN coironAT ID Loner rti f mr it lr r J nIt Company onabfo you lu lurk annual anywhoro In Southorn Indiana Southorn Illinois Kontucky Tonnutisoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho pooplo of this groat soctlon of tho country Wo sollcityour patronage Rates roason ablo Equlpmonts and facilities unsur passed iAMKO G CALOWCLL LKUAND HUME T D lnu10 owns XuyM TnumaII PERCY JONES Cafe and RestaurantSUCCBMOR TO A 0 CARUTUBRS W Soda Water Ice Cream il Seasonable Trulls Dne Candles Fresh Dread and Cakes ITelephone No 90 f A Novel Case Probably the most novel question by the supreme court in time was involved in a case rday from DaviJson county Tennessee where Wellington Moore been indicted for the libel of vile By a bare majority the reversed the action of the trial In quashing the indictment held that an indictment for libel would lie against th husband who uttered a libel against his wife ef Justice Bcnrd quite vigorously dissented from this holding both on ground that it was not good public policy and because there was precedent in the judicial holdings statutes to be found anywhere only case cited to the court or could be found Involving the question sustained the dissenting Judge McAlister also The desision of the ma was based on the idea that a being liable under the law an actual assault upon his wife would be liable for a verbal as ardware Cutlery Groceries all reasonable prices Shaw It Bet tersworth 4IT I- Illiii I Graves County in Ire There never was such a universal sentiment in Graves county before among the people for good roads as there is at present Their patience is threadbare with bad roads and they dont hesitate to express themselves regarding the matter They claim they have i paid taxes enough to have goodiroads much less for them to be In i worse condition than they have been for the past twenty five years They claim that now with an increased amount of taxes that the roads will be but little better with such a fall and winter as has just passed and 1 that if the fiscal court docs not In lubslantialIpeople are very much out of sorts regarding the dangerous condition of our public highwaysMayfieldIi I Messenger S Fulton county does not complain r of the tax rate but otherwise the conditions are practically the sametThe little child of 0 C Luckett died Sunday of summer complaint and was burled in Browns Cemetery Sunday afternoon t sa d 0 fft T of i1 e 1 II w- d I IA = U UL D 0 You Eatt J Tawe You Want the UIISTI VATHOV 1 1 AH If 3 I have purchased L D Perry I Restaurant and ask my friends I10 call and see me Lunches of tIt j kinds at any hour also regular I meals FRESH OYSTERS served i in any style when in season rDinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Muther Wsltso rLe Le rMeet Your Friends at LAUDERDALES TONSORIALPARLORS 43 Best in Hickman Hot and fr A cold baths i electric lights f and fans hydraulic chairs tt 4and everything for comfort a CUntQ Bllsdmaa fly door to Carulhers t4Next It B T DA VIS a Attorney at nw Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Randles store- HICKMAN L KENTUC- KYABSOLUTELY TheSEotSiSI Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE A SANBORNS k COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone usi when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries LeiiW Si Handle 1 R B BREVARD Hickman Ky j IIIIIIRE Tinningg PlmlDing Agent for Standard Sanitary Goods Plumbing done on short notice All work guaranteed 1 J Cash Book r- JdpleulId Hclecjinn NeW Book Stationary Post Card Notion Ito Call sad sue our Stack Evoiy tkfog HJI to Jate Hwy hmdis Si Gdpaiiy The Courier failed to mention but wek that Chas Beckham who i skit add killed a man by the name odlobMMOfi la the tower bottom WM tlva a prellmiary hearing bet Ktt Judge Nayk r and released oa the grounds that UM killing WM r t u8liAahl s A l l rrufne rrrlr Jr y Courtesy like charity shoul begin at home Of course one doer not expect to find the same degree of ceremony practiced there as tht formalities of mere acquaintanceship exact but there certainly should not be less respect and deference pakl to those who are nearer and dearer to us than to outsiders The man who isi a gentleman in his home and among those who comprise his immediate household can be trusted- to do nothing unbecoming to a gentleman when beyond the precincts- of home but the man who is courtesy itself when abroad Is oftentimes the veriest boor within the confines of his own dwelling place Such a man can pride himself on being a gentleman i but he is deficient in the elementary instincts of the true type and is consequently somewhat akin to a counterfeit that has obtain ed more or less circulation among the uninitiated but is nevertheless a spurious coin the worthlessness of which will be discovered sooner or laterIn this enlightened twentieth cen tury when farmers wives have to be nurse cook chambermaid washer woman seamstress and scrub gener ally doing the work of six for the sake of being supported we should urge mothers to train their boys carefully to be tidy and considerate of the burdens they heap upni women rather than asking that they may be permitted looser reins in the household These boys are to be men and homemakers and the hab its of early years will cling to then thru life There are more wives and housekeepers staggering under Idads of work that careless men oc hasten than there are men driven tc the dramshop by too much nicety Let the boys be required to shut the doors to brush their clothing Ie hang up their hats and coats to put their shoes and rubbers in their proper places to empty and rinse their wash basins and bath tubs when done using them to hang tow els and washrags on the rack instead of throwing them on the bad- or t on the floor and clean their boots sweep up the litter they make tn whittling nutcracking and all the inventions in which they are so fern for diearraaplaP rooms GOOD HUMOR A PRICELESS BOOK There is but little doubt that good humor Iis a priceless boon It is the oil that smooths many a rough place in life which otherwise would be very bard sledding A man who can smile at misfortune and the mistakes he has made in life and has the courage to correct them and work manfully to make amends has that in him which deserves success in the end HI humor sulks in its tent The sun never shines bright enough to drive away the clouds ol gloom which continually surround it It has a snap and a snarl for any who may attempt to point out a better way or offer a crumb of com fort in case of real need Good humor rises to the occasion and meets misfortune with a smile how ever much the heart may be pained forgetting its own heart pains by lending a helping hand to those lest fortunate Good humor li a fortress a strong tower where the possessor may flee to gather strength for a renewed battle with difficulty and danger Good humor is simply in vincible A man who laughs at misfortune and sets his face bravely to do the right as God has given him to see it iis worth more to the world by far than the snarler who sits down amid a broken fortune to bemoan his fate and make life a wilderness of woe for every one within hailing distance WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO She can come to a decision with out the slightest trouble of reasoning on it and no can man do that Six of them can talk at once and get along first rate and no two men can do that She can safely stick fifty pins in her dress while he is getting one under his thumbnail She is as cool as a cucumber in half a dozen tight dresses and skirts while a man will fret and fume and growl in one loose shirt She can talk sweet as peaches and cream to the woman she hates while two men would be punching each others head before they had ex changed ten words She can appreciate a kits from her husband seventyfive years after the marriage ceremony is performed She can go to church and afterwards tell you what everw woman had on and in some rare instances can grime you some faint idea what the text was She can walk half the night with a colicky baby in her arms without Mce expressing the desire of surd uiag the infant II Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood Is good health bad blood had health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsapurillu Doctors have endorsed It for GO years rfh 1h la a Nad4ke Iqtrr Tti yt MM r M itMl 4i tMw- aykpf Mil MlH l tl l ww Ike klwld- v v Ik 1044 Kin lid YwY4rfills tWOf yersCIICC1PLCTp4L- Iv ken Mq Wpanh 40 Inw4 She canbut whats the use A woman can do anything or everything and do it well She can do more In a minute than a man can do in an hour and do iIt betterShe can drive a man crazy for twentyfour hours and then bring him to a piradlse In two seconds by simply tickling him under she chin and there does not live that mortal soa of Adams misery who can do it GIRLS SRLFSUWORTIHO So greatly is this world changing that it is to be rcoognUed more and more that girls as well as boys may and shonld be selfsupporting The girl who sits around idle all the busy day roads a few French novels does a little fancy work gossips idly with others who have nothing in particular te do tangles and untangles silks and worsteds ad Infinitum and then waits for some silly young man for no young manor good common sense would want such a girl for his wife to come along and take her off her own hands has gone out of fashion The girl of the twentieth century it she would be popular must have a business as well as a boya vocation of some kind That it isI useful and needful to all Is true What say some fair sweet faced girl surely I dont need it m ortty w on u eye4 i rich In our home of wealth there Iis nothing lacking of comfort and happiness of beauty and grandeur Ah yes I but riches often take to themselves wing and fly away and- a turn of fortunes wheel hurls wealthy people down to poverty every day Your hope paints your future in azure and gold God grant that your dreams may be re alized but there is so great a danger that they may fall that it is wise to prepare for a failure and if in your pathway the flowers burn brightly and over your head shines the sun his ever lmiling face from the clear blue sky and no dark clouds ever gather oer you you will enjoy them more for having the unfailing knowledge that if shipwreck does come you will have the life boat of a thorough knowledge to some useful line of work Let us be true to ourselves study our own interests and aim to be true women who live for some noble cause Better learn to do one thing perfectly than a imperfectlyAnd for the future aspiring and doing let us re member that to God we owe all our success gained that to him we owe our warmest love and our brightest most useful days CURES CANCER AND BLOOD POISON Ifrouharelkul ptlon prllueingerepX lull plinplo ulenrwwnllen iiUml bump ltd rUIno burning Itching ikln rapper Iplortaehoil theklae muroii pnUntM R mouth or throat falllntf hair lour pelt old rtiumnUim or foul catarrh take lUr mile lllood lialtii ill It ltl It kills the lolon in tli Mooil toon allorcsrrap lionlieu hardwaningIIhslmIesaehr0141- Iwlnstop i eedaprfotoutu Is nod of Ihe mrilnueoof Illixxl INtlnon For PAr tuluorweflingseatlnq tores ittljr ulrrri porilttcnt pimple ol all kllwli thewurthunoraorupprntingswelllug butanlrlogs1 lIIakIheawlulIthllllwtrlsThunughly letdlwrltlnIlolanlrI crllw troutji all free mtxllr1 iMlOre alu- tent in eealed Inter 1 rnnk smith ACBHT FOR Nashville Steam Laundry None better Few as good Leave Laundry at Smith Amberg w Woodland Mills 1 Last weeks items J v Dan Goodman of Martin is 1 vlMr Caleb Brssfleld 1 Jim Maddox spent Saturday DfIO1a with his family 1 Ms Jennie Uurrus was the guest 1 of Miss Luoy Jones Saturday 1 Vr William Maddox has bee- nqIll with the lagrlppe but iis i cvrvulescent now Mss Lucy Jones returned borne tc1Y accompanied by her groat grand mother Mrs S E Cress Mesdames Bujrrus Saunders JCM li Cross and Curlin have been attending the great revival at Union Ctv Bro Cates the great evan ifIit has the meeting in charge They report a grand success We sv Let the good work continue The L S C met with Mrs W S Sounders Wednesday evening and re rganled There were three new members Mrs Geo Brasfleld Sr alai Mrs Don Corum of Hlekman and Mrs Al Thomas Salads ices and chocolates were served All report a nice time Mrs Thomas will entertain the next Wednesday evening ALICE ROOSEVELTS WEDDING we tYe tlIMAaa M 01terrgreae durwId wg- tkr flit r rev tit 1- Rrhllltt 8et aMif ell Mre1 qeHnw J nxtth1411 Uk Ark wrtlH- rWlIIP Is the tt ott Me+r- k l w n Tore lull It lee 1ww Iat- M 11 4d INT ltlwgla1 Dmic Blare awe IIIIH 10 F ui un Next to a mans family and hap pines nothing should stand dearer to a mans heir than the commun ity in which he lives It it his home It ts the place in whloh he earns his competence and educate his children If he wants to make It as poqular as thirty and widely knows as possi bit he can not afford te be indifferent to anything that will further these ends i It can be said that a town that is not worthy of the devotion of its citizens in making iit widely and generously prosperou 1iiis A town in which it Is not worth anything It is worthy ef our great est energy whether we merely take our share of the dividend dollars and coats or whether we merely tike our kaae of the common benefits accord 04 WUl IHJUlb IWttH MII 1rrell wtH pr4xpry ehk a M ItheHrlpp wha Maes tart r at 1 h sneer etage tewMN wre e4 ttiliUn wen rref MtM nn MIU MMI y nblare tnM M cwt Dr Mk4e p rUMiH siwillslo4Tmall ruus mple4alu-0u toM free If m will will Mm no 41Coldsl Sold In ksad lee bum bjr nit dalrw Portal Cards Must Be Sane An order has been issued by the Postmaster General providing new regulations governing the site form and weight of private post card entering themaUl Such postcards must be made of an unfolded plea of card board not exceeding thre and nine sixteenths by five an nine sixteenths inches nor less that two and three fourths by four inches They must in form and in quality and weight of paper be substantially like the Government poll cards They may be of any color not interfering with a legible address and post mark Very thin sheets of paper may be attached to them on condition that they completely ad here to the card Cards bearing particles of glass metal mica sand tinsel or other similar substances will not be accepted for mailing except when inclosed in envelopes Gasoline for sale at the Courier Office onlyInoted as the highest lake in the United States being 10252 feet above the level of the sea but also for the fact that its water has a peculiar faculty for petrifying rub stances that are placed in it The water of Medicine lake in the eastern part of the state of Washington I on the Columbia plateau possesses such unusual qualities that no vegi latlon ever grows on or near its banks Owens lake in Owens county California is so rich In soda ash that 10000 tons were takenI takenfromI r evaporation This lake like the great Salt lake is gradually disappearing ror O Urrh Iesend you ere Just to IlrloopiUatarrh lllAlIlyInIA0111byAdntI farWh- i T H nJl1IlU1Jl111lWt IUn= IA cal1 IOnlttk OOd = alln l = 1 represent the CORLFulton Steam Laundry = and will appreciate a = S4BCshare of your patronage 01 Basket at Bradley 0 DKIIVIU l Parhams leaves Tues JiIPhoneI No 7day Will call for yourII or No 78- laundryChesterIi Itarnc I DillonDcBow Coal Co 010010101011R4 Bath Room ComfortaEvery member r enoi the comfort and convrn fence A modern bath room provides ems plumbmntulu r your bath loom modern connate J unibiy When you remodel or lullcI estimate on yow plumding conk I t grade Siriant futuret and mr Wok auuie you utultclion aixj lulu Our tenice it ptoropti ourpncot e Cotton Adams Plumbers HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BSTABLIIHID Tom Dillon Sr PropI Successor to D C JUrra Marble and Granit- eMonuments CURBING STONE WORKof all1 Kinds Iron FENC1NU HICKMAN KENTUCKY A s- i I Will build y- ouAHOME t i tON reAllY MONTIIIY 1 VYMKN It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete floe of traiUhig material hardware Mabaod doors to be found in the city M are right You be the judge call and sec W A DCDDS rrTfrrrrrrTTTTTfrrrvvt WANTdA Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar nntec For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith workof all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cuttri WJBARRYHIC- KMAN KENTUCKY pgrners o Mercies iJn I CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY y Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to depositors Other in ducomontH aro of Hocondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your jHilronu J THOMPSON Li Ir11 nUOHANAN ProRidont DJeEOTOes- I H HOMIUUAXTJ llr u J II 1111111 TllltH J tJl P T A 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