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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a mn 4 n Mtpltls IiVVV W tmit THE HleKM1N1 C eUCRIERI 111theI Spnkln Goad Turn Grease the Mi of Your Wagon Old Men end Lets hitch Up VYII tLl XQ Q rh 2 wttrtaatr cQtsuaY HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MARCH 29 1907EBSAQLiBQED B0 st7a IH rQE ELY teao I I Well lead and going fast 1 r 1 L i Vi1 Mere and There rm Bristol Ky I 41 story of 4 trail by Bristol i lluwtaf the attempts A r three homos ai his oMRty Sheriff V sent lo Brwtcl Mrs e youlMnl wife ef Dr 4 promiflMtt young this oQuaty Mrs H i m m er of a prom mily It wily about IS She roooiitty became the UM if morphine ive weef Utc dreg is Gave dothrvnod her aloneIr suspicion She will rut to an atylwm- an no bMdtue he has two 4llow d to have two Irt at Poruijia Italy i Cbas Bttllfonl of the t groundtwo lied aJ she trial that I two hearts and the- M WM that that was nlId the Courier to your A from here they will j Itt more than JL dollar ether manner rIrlIis about how much it Miiher if you do not perfectlyR14 debts Just neglects to Jf yearsIieIwg we low interest the first year on one dollar six cents the next year onto dollars 12 cants the next 18 enta then 24 30 and 36 cents making 136 interest Please do not neglect MS because the amount is small One subscription doos not amount to much it is true but a thousand or even a hundred neglected from year to year do ex Before sailing their bread upon the waters tome people tie a string to it ex Last Monday Marshal L A Richards corralled about twenty five men and women while and black In his office and told them they must either go to work leave town or be prosecuted as vagrants Some of them found places to work some left town This is a right move The farmers need the helpand there are too many idle people laying around takinc opportunity to steal and rob Lets clean them out and keep them outNew Mad rid Record 1 This is what other towns are doing everywhere and is what Hlokman should do by all means There is an ordinance to enforce it s and it should be enforced C Success is not only getting there but getting there ahead of the other fellowThe opassage of time and the shortness of life are things that nobody will have to worry about in the next world Western Kentucky mine operators feel they have been mistreated by I per ton as the contract price which the Illinois Central shall pay for fuel during the year commencing April 1 The price agreed upon was the only price offered by the ral1road107 J per ton ex- It is asserted by Dowies few faithful followers that he will rise again and no doubt more than one man claiming to be the resurrected apostle will presently be heard from But is the genuine ono to inherit the mllllon dollar estate And how III the administrator to distinguish him ex A special from Mayfield says The troubles of Ben Parker former proprietor of the Parker boarding house which was destroyed by fire Sunday night Feb 3 at which time an unknown man was cremated have become numerous The grand jury adjourned and four Indictments against him were returned one for murder of the unknown min one for arson by setting the house on fire one for suffering common nuisance and one for assault and battery He was arrested and lodged ir jail The finding of the indictments for willful murder and arson created quite a sensation and surprise al though suspicion has been pointing toward him since the house burned so mysteriouslyThe the man who lost his life in the fire has never been learned and it has been thought all along that he was killed and the house set on ire to conceal the crime Parser came here a few years ago from Fulton Icyand Dresden Tenn ex People living in stone houses should not throw glasses tots be a of of so the is for the ty farmingAfarming I nJN in the prompUylI T wayitSchaffner Marx clothes Theyre not only the lead garmentsfor theyre ahead of everything allover the country We dont know just why other makers cant make clothes as good as these theres no monoply ofall wool fabrics good tailoring and correct styles But Hart Schaffner Marx get something into their clothes that others miss something we cant describe but you want it Its here for you and these clothes are the only way to get itOther Easter wearables in newest styles for men FancyHosiery Shirts Belts Collars Etc SMITH AMBERG Hickman Ky rI twof toIlubmlt Theres more in the man1 is on the moon enlisted man on the the Uuited States army is David Robertson of the corps stationed on Gover He is a native He first enlisted May and he has been in con service having the extraor of never having lost He is 74 years old ex the hardest fellow on this sphere to please is the honeys up to you personally yours truly and in on you good and proper company with another real good friend and which he dont know He proper thing when with carries a stiletto for your cannot go to him and all you know for to do so violate the confidence of freind and informant and seem right to fall out with having two different opinions piping days of fraud and dealing But way down in you have a feeling that a day coming when there is exposure of all things inmost secrets of all hearts known Again it Is time a fellow has vou he thinks he has Nit boy has married a girl and address he found in of cigarettes He will see the evil of the cigar no doubtCs politeness seldom has in common with the truth Couriers Want Column a AU s I r- 1 I Attention Property Owners The following section 3643 of the Kentucky Statutes governing cities of the fifth class should be self explanltory f J643 The city council is here by authorized and empowered to order any work they deem necessa ry to be done upon the sidewalks curbing sewers streets avenues highways and public places of such city The cost and expense incur red In constructing and repairing sidewalks and curbing shall be paid by owners of the land fropting and abutting thereon each lot or portion of a lot being separately assessed for the full value thereof in proportion to the frontage thereof to the entire length of the improvement not exceeding a square sufficient to cover the total expense of the work but the owners of such property shall have the right to make such improvements if they prefer doing so instead of paying for same Whenever any expense or cost of work shall have been assessed or any lands as herein provided the amount of said expense shall become a lien upon said lands which shal take precedence of all other liens and which may be enforced by the contractor or city in accordance with the provisions of the Code of PracticeThe in the suit of Noelt Gaines vs W P Walton for pub lication in Waltons paper that th letter Gaines sprung on Percy Haley in the senatorial campaign was i forgery returned a verdict of S3 000 damages for Gaines Th paper against which the verdict i given is the Frankfort Journal L is undestood the case will be appealed Hickman Furniture Co Inc for everything in furniture 4 Wioc T i0 4 u THE HICKMAN COURIER Ole RVtfrm 1Gehulr lJW rtjtV II T BELLE VaBPECR JOSEITOX Edlun t4 FrtpritUn = =ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR MP CASH IN ADVANCEI Eateml tit the HloUtnan KintneM iKMtoffton M wound elm mall rootlet Friday March 29 1907 Novel Suit Filed A special from Mt Sterling saysI Attorney Earl W Senff and John A Judy today filed a novel suit against the city of Mt Sterling For many years a taxed attorneys fee of S2 and a fee of SI for the arresting officer has been taxed against everyone paying a tine in the city court under an ordinance passed by the city council The court of appeals recently declared a similar ordi nance to be illegal and the charges to be unlawful except to the extent of fifty cents for the arresting officer It is therefore contended that every person that has paid a fine in the last five years is entitled to a Judge ment for S2SO so wrongfully taxed as costs and the suit now filed is to test the matter They have several hundred similar claims but will not sue upon them until the test suit now filed is decided The plaintiff in the test suit is Alamatua Byrd who has paid many fines within the last five years Nearly every other city in Kentucky has been charging the taxed attorneys fee of S3 and SI for the arresting officer and the outcome of this suit will be watohed with Interest everywhere There is a lesson for every mer chant in the experience totd by a representative of a Chicago mail order house to a gathering of news paper men up in Iowa He said that the mail order business depend ed entirely upon advertising He made one remark that merchants should heed He says they take the local papers and directed their special efforts to communities where the merchants were not uptodate advertisers If the mail order man finds that any line of business in any town or city is not well advertised AS tor instance furniture he said that they flood that territory with literature and always with satii factory results He believed it true He said that country mer chants could greatly cripple the mail order houses if they would advertise freely and in the right manner He said that every abvertisement should describe the articles to be sold and state prices Here is food for thought by merchants who fear the effect of mall order houses In a circular letter to agents requesting them to personally inter est themselves in procuring passen gers for an event soon to occur it is stated that since we have abolished newspaper advertising it behooves us to use every means at our dispos al in other directions to build upr passenger traffic therefore it is of the utMost importance that you give tkte matter your personal attention If It Is a question to be determined in the future whether or not the new method will prove as profitable to the railroads as the old The question as to whether a young man with an income of only SI 000 a year should marry was discussed at length behind closed doors at Cleveland Ohio last week There are plenty of young married men here who live on less than that amount In fact there are plenty of them who get only 5600 and manage to save a little too especially those whose wives try to help the poor fellows in their strug gles for a living The present statute in Kentuck gives the State Railroad Commission power to regulate freight rates bu it Iis being Candidates for the Legislature which meets next January are pledging themselves to vote for a 2cent passenger rate although k iis asserted by some authorities that the Railroad Commission now bM power to reduce the passenge- rate if it wishes to do so Tke Courier needsyou you need the Cew cr subscribe now 0 The Openings Several of the millinery depart ments had their annual openings Tuesday and were attended largely by the ladies The opening display at Rices was deserving the praise IIt received from the vlrltors The- decorations were beautiful and Mr Rice tells us that the hats shown by their department were the talk of the town He says there were numerous complimentary remarks heard on the streets regarding the beautiful and tasty decorations and the excellent line of millinery shown by them this season Miss Lillie Holland has charge of the millinery department at Rices this year The opening at Baltier Dodds was unsurpassed in attendance and In the quality and assortment of beautiful hats as well as the tasty decorations Miss Isabel Nash of Hopkinsvtlle is employed in this department this year and the management feel that they could not have made a wiser choice Taken as a whole the management were greatly pleased with the im pression that was made on the open ing day and feel sure the people will appreciate their efforts to show them an unexcelled line of millinery for this season At the store of Smith Amberg as usual could be seen throngs of people throughout the day viewing the new Easter bonnets This store claims as its motto that the reputa tion of the store rests upon the quality of the goods handled as well as the newest of the new Is always on display ItThe opening on Tues day was more of a reception to their friends than a formal spring opening The silks and dress goods line received its share of attention and that the millinery together making aa artistic display The millinery department this year will be in charge of Miss Bourne who will be pleased to see all her friends and show them the new line of hats An Expensive Hobby With an armful of treasured French Greek and Latin books Professor Albert C Williams sixty years old formerly principile of the Humboldt school and the public schools at North Alton was admit ted to the Madison county poor farm this week He was removed from his position as principle five years ago A year later his wife obtained a divorce Williams be came addicted to playing slot machines and since the loss of his position has sacrified his fortune of 12000 in slot machines On March 4th 1907 the Indians became fullfledged citizens of the United States and the tribal relations that bad subsisted for hundreds perhaps for thousands of years ceased The government of an Indian tribe was a pure democracy The son of a chief did not inherit his chieftainship The Indian chiefs title to supremacy was de rived rein the public opinion in his tribe an opionion that recognized in him these qualities as a leader most likely to secure for his tribe the greatest success both in the chase and in the battle The tribal life II- a Is closed book that can never again be opened The white mans greed and restless ambition has triumphed at last over romance and sentiment and the pittance that had been set aside from the priceless riches of his fore tdthers that too has been swallowed up and the Indian Is face to face with extinction The blood of the white and the red will in future ages flow in one indistinguishable channel Harvy Magnett a young man Factoryy cogtwheel Tuesday and two of the fingers were so badly lascerated that one of them were amputated by Dr HoE Pratber Dont forget the county meeting- A S of E which convenes at the Thurr sday April 4 It is hoped that all interested in this good cause will attend lJ f 1- i Ellison Bros Easter Offerings 11- We l are now ready with complete lines of fashion able wearables for Easter and Early Spring You will findevery article absolutely correct in styles the quality good and the prices rightMillinery Vo havo just received today u largo shipment of Ladies anti Misses Trimmed llntK In great variety of shape and color Tho ronsonH latest ideas art now hero Prices 15O to 750 Readytowear Street hats in all the nowoHt shapes for LndieH MiflHos and Childrens wear Price 26c to 250 Gaps for Girls and Boys tho latest thing 2535c 50c Ladies WaistsO- ur showing of Ladies Fine Laco and Linguno WaifitH far surpasses in stylish excellency all previous events Tho model are uxquiHite and must bo soon to bo appreciated Wash Waists in grunt varioiy priues50c to 350 Silk waiBts very beautiful models pricoQ250 to 500 Ladies Skirts Wo show tho famous Howard Skirts which aro perfect in fit anti I hang in quite a variety of now stylos made of Voilo and Ghitfbn in blnak gray anti colors We ofrur an extremely handsomo model nL G OO Novelties and Notions We cannot quote everything but you will find huro all Uhf littloI things in drubs accessories which will go to nmko your lliostur cOH thin oflin ploto All the new ideas in Gloves Corsets Hosiery Handkorohiofti Neok wear Veiling Belts Combs etc aro hero in unlimited ntMorttnatitg Shoes and Oxfords Peters celebratedt Diamond Brand Shoos and Oxfords aro bettor every season For style fit wear and comfort thoy aro unequalled Wo aro showing complete assortments for Ladies and Children Mon and Boys woar in both low and high cuts and cat hardly fail to please you Ladies nil Patent Oxfords at 250 and 300 on beautiful slippers Mons Diamond Special nil Patent in High or Low outs ut1 are very sty lisp and cannot bo boat for fit wear and comfort For Boys Girls and Children wo aro showing complete asjffrJlmentS both shoos and Hlippers Boys Clothing lute lino of Boys Knoo Pnnt Suits shown by us this season IB un usually attraltivo Style and quality aro splendid and prices Iovli50 to 750 Mens Furnishings Wa show an uptodate lino of Mons Furnishings ofnll kindH Hats and Caps Shirts and Collars Underwear Hosiery Neckwear Melt and Suspendors Handkerchiefs ota Largo assortment of correct styles at right prices Mens Hats I Our showing of Menu and Boys IHuts is especially strong Tho famous National Hats ire not excelled in stylo or quality Wo show thorn in tho new soft and stiff shapes Prices 2t 2 50 and 3 John B Stetson Hats in all shapes and colors 4 450and 5 Mens and Boys Straw Hats in all tho latest shapes lOc to 3 PANAMA HATS We show several stylus in those famous hats at prices 5 90 and 750 Shirts Wo show the fatuous Monarch and F W K Shirts which are hard to equal for tho money Notwithstanding advances wised this celebrat ed Monarch at tits same prico J 1 Collars Wehavonow styles Prices 16o or r2for 25c Ellison Bros d i New At The Court HoUse Marriage license w rr John Ogden and Mist j y j I+ the ceremony solenvnir 1HArticles of inoorprav WHliedr Fulton Bottling Workw capital stock of 400 i aers of the corptntior Chownlng Harry K Guedry C E Rainiro i Smith and W L Mri Alfred McCormick Sunday on a charge breaking and was girerrnary hearing before Juj a Tuesday He was h i Court under a 500 tto default of same was the county Jan to aw until he could make the is a negre QUARTHRLT Quarterly Qwrt w Monday and TtiwUv t tug cases were dhMM t other were dlsnttswU G S Miles 10JJJim M diet for defendant Lon Robertson n n man for plalntlR Val Carpenter vs son for phitnttffU- IRCUITCOORT I In the CtrtUtt Clerk following new svks Ease for the May tern of a r Anderson Ctx vs i 3 Mrs F B Maw Scott et nl- Laura Edwards vs wardsJ W Mayddv S i Ohio Rallrexd Invest Mtofltwn Hume Insurants Co Ada RUbarilMii Trtt cefBonHur New Madrid Dtnkn I Mrs Marguerite Porter The regular Aprilp Fiscal Court will1 coc e Court House next Tur 2nd On the evening of M l the city haM Mn Will Cabin ge Patch will t under the autptfes of th of the Confederacy I tlen of this charming I will merit a large atteni ludicrous Incidents and tty of the love story mr combination Dorena Mr Dots is ahead = garden Monday- J D Piokett went to Sunday returning home I Thurman Piokett oi 10 r spent a few days om week Messrs Cleveidense an H w of Wolf Island went MondaySeveral people here f interested In the revivaiPc HickmanS King brother of C of this place died at TcAl last week Annual school elects w isr held next Tuesday eftI oclock all voters cow Every body come to L the first Sunday In Aprav Ito s reorganixe Sundays Let us hear from s lJ other correspondents w to get so busy that we paperMr 3 Larue his workeJf and day building proter r to keep the water out vf t iJ ciia workThe water has been quit a u ranee to the people her t 14d- is on a stand and it Is hup 1 be back in its banks soon Miss Lawson with the j i 1 IS Union City supplemented Its talent will present Mn V1 II and the Cabbage Patch al r hall next Tuesday evening r U benefit of the Daughters ii t I = rtCederacyBand will furnish music elnJ 8pm Reserved seats I W Igt1 eral admission J5c children J 1- 8a ep a vim Wi1 J T I i IIN THE STUD fit Onkvood Stock Farm Hickman Kty J T ALFRED G 12452 Record 219 4 This great horse is conceded to be one of the greatest harness horse sires of the putnt day Having sired three with records better than 2i0 and forty others with rlir1 heifer than 230 He is 153 hands high rich brown in color and has the best I t d + tp turn As to being a sire that is the best that has ever been in Western Ken he needs no recommendationt kti IOf Tennessee Tl RMS for the season of 1907 3000 cash at time of service to insure Al ttiedJ tdl only be allowed 20 outside mares DR ROAN 44832 This ynun Is the grandest bred fellow In Kentucky He Is bi Alfred G- ac and his firstt dam is that greattsl of great broodmares SPANISH MAIDHN dam of I u t At 2il3S Margrave 2il5S sold when I17 years old for 6700 Cuban 2t8 I 14 gjr Kcvrw 2i2l IM Hobart 2i8 14 Alverton 2 23 Sunday Morning 229 J by Happy Ned a11 t1l0 sire of Nancy Hanks 2104 Dr Roan is a roan horse 16 hands high with ctot tbne and substance and has a great light of speed This hone will not make agar tsn this year Will be used for my private use IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL 2808 Black Horse 10 hands high foaled 1901 IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL is the blackest of black horses with the best of dbprgf f V IMr mane and tail has length of neck and the best back that any horse ever had v Ih ne buno and a great dealtuf substance He has fine action at all the gaits He i- sat i ideri and his pedigree cannot be improved upon as a saddle horse This horse tfjj t nn hiv sires side to Black Sauirrel Dave Skain Pea vineall noted horses in the add t hre history On his dam s side he traces to Mambrino Patchen Berthune sire Mdcrt Waxy foundation stock to Bald Hornet an extra fine saddle stallion and j cr tt it lib first third fourth and fifth dams wee all noted saddle mares going a r r fillAIk pace and trot also the rack naturally fast and easy There is no saddle i Hitn as many natural gaits saddle dams as this one t KM lurI the season of 1907 2000 to insure Due when mare proves to bein foal M1 ASON OPENED MARCH 15 1907 Tabulated pedigrees of the above mentioned stallions will be furnished upon jfr itIon It will give us great pleasure to show these horses to the breeding public at i gild aM timesIIOR SALEA few choice harness brcd colts and fillys OAKWOOD STOCK FARM- R A TYLER Prop reign Warships at The Exposition fgrant in darn t u pststlod Ivy- p naval eI ipkty at- A ExpotlilaN wit Mm wsltsois of hen ate mottly u lilt as the i this doss are ttit pt ta sine ami liabk to appear- kew an aUratttvc J DtptrUMM has iAUtCUe sent 11 foreign ships t The armored pr 4otg Wpi Ar n J fcntwrg n v tfar AdMlml Mel red oratoers KleV Hugo awl another h1plaiet the Joan lIrd4thc At nmaodod by Rear motors Tsukuge Itr command of- nn I TtCIC yes t arrive in Ramp rataer probably inhered cruiser other rutscr not i or d arulser and r lIstr yet to be des r r warship not yet t CC- r 1 S K Davidson UKNTTST1 m9I1lIr4 1 Drue Store Beeman Kentucky 1 iwined bullONe to three worship not yew earned CWtl The orutser XenteM- Belgtom will send a military dele gattM anti CMoa a naval delegation DOWT COMPLAIN U MMIT 3HM tHrdi tyMKl Idtt l7M H1 MrasjrLI 1 riiK 1- b tMN- ntpaTa1e lr MM N II11r rA Imw Htora and 11411 A NMM Daily Paper For Only One Dollar a Year If yee will subscribe fir the Cwrler anti give us a dollar extra we wilt have sent to ytur address the Louisville Dally Herald a year This gives yis a dally 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 dally Come In and subscribe or pay up and take advantage of this remarkable offer TI NN I I nw ifcmah Un e 1AV IHehl I yet4 It n ttHgk i uWttno Hk IH H1tf IltfoIlIk IHre atWIIHu tator Tk oua rww Mtw mHlr tktlti 7 itlnnt sIM IHIu B w hiHUiur It miHt Iw prlatrd car the- I111Id iwluKNHr Chit r1ae M IxetkrrHd xheniMMhl hutch HluiVlH Dr Nhapb PvHCtl- Itufw No pdlnalurk KM Sir HhuitpS hlisIII HUH In the iudllH elIt It nimt lir Inw IM on the Ieh1 AtHl nJo not iwljr sate but It U Mia to l 1 liy tllue that know 11 a truly rrimtrkAlilo vouch rw iiKHljr Tnko no haneti iwrtlvnUrlr with huespUHlgh i HlMiop pitflkiwo HI re No txflMHi ninrk lli Wituthrll ntwitjr lutwii diltpy17uughOtnI uther tellI by all1rrlen Dr Rippy and daughter of Union City attended the Presbytery at Hickman and were guests al the hpme of Mr and Mrs Alec Barnes on Troy Ave If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw Bettersworth fill that bill of groceries when you come to town They have the best W S Henderson has returned from a trip to Mississippi Undertaker Telephone No 20 for the I II With Its SECURITY T Depositors of 7000000 Capital sad Surplus With The ASSURANCE Thatevery reasonable re quirement can be met with Its unexcelled facilities With IU RECORD Per 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 A German scientist has figured out that water will be worth 15 cents a drink JOO years from now He is off in his calculation A lot of your enemies are gctng where It will be worth more than that In a good deal less than 300 yearsIThe Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker In the building both day and night Tele phone No 20 The Courier give ALL the new A most unusual thing h3ppencdI in Omaha A woman divorce because her husband loved her too much He was so passion ately fond of her that he could not leave her and would sit all day and admire her She had to take in washing for a living for them both Finally she got tired of it and appealed to the courts When in need of gasoline come to the Courier Office Some men would have more if their friends would pay up r r Ollie Jame Viewi Following U a position of Ollle James speech in regard to House Bill 13560 to amend the currency act of March H 1900 This bill properly defined is a bill to turn four hundred millions Of the peoples money into the Wall Street banks in New York That Is what it means You tan not deny it It can not be disguised Ynu oem not conceal it That n not only to turn 400000 000 into the Wall Street banks but it meant to deny to every other Dank in the United States a fair opportunity to get this money de posited in those banks that the people in the West and in the South and in the other parts of the United States may have the opportunity to use it Applause on the Democrat ic sWeJJ Not only that but you give it to these banks without a dollar of interest and when you vote J to sustain the Speaker in rul- Ing my amendment out of order when I appealed from his decision you voted to turn over to the national banks four hundred millions of the peoples money without a dollar of interest The amendment which I proposed was as follows The Secretary of the Treasury moneyIndesignated as dcpotltori s for same snail advertise for bids of Interest under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe and in depositing said money aforesaid in the national banking associations he shall deposit same with the national banking aiiocialionr paying the greatest 1 amount of interest far same but in no event shall the rate of interest be less than JJ per cent Where the rate of interest bid by more than one national banking association lor any deposit of such public money is an equal rate above the 2 per cent aforesaid the Secretary of the Treasury in such event shall dis tribute said public money equitably In the various national banking associations throughout the various States making such equal bids and the rate of interest chargeable upon the pubUc money deposited in the national banking associations under this act shall be computed from the average daily balance of such de posit t Provided That the amount deposited in any national banking association under the provisions of this act shall not exceed SO per cent of the capital stock of web asso elation But the party In the majority upon this fleor knowing that this amendment would be presented fearing even their own side upon a j vote directly upon it seek to conceal their true purpose behind parliamentary tactics and deny to the country the opportunity to see their votes recorded upon the amendment itself The majority knowing I had heretofore offered it in the committee that I had declared upon this floor on February 16 of this year that I would introduce this amendment they resort to the previous question to hide behind it afraid to meet an outraged people upon the direct issue by saying the amendment was not voted on when by their votes sustaining the Speaker they made it impossible to vote on H Eczema Is Now Curable I ZEMO a scientific preparation for external use Stop Itching and dnrtroya the germ that InlunUyj j diseases cternagnlckiyyinldssndIsp- ermanently cuml br thfol remarkable infdklii All DruirxM Write for ean pla E W lUxuMed Co8t Louis Mo Nor safe by 1MM t Klll on A newspaper iis in no sense a child of charity It earns twice every dollar it receives and is second to enterprise In contributing to the upbuilding of the community Its patrons reap far more benefits fromI its pages than its publishers and iin I coiling for the support of the com munity in which it is published it asks for no more than in all fairness belongs to it though generally it receives less Patronize and help your paper as you would any other enterprise because it helps you and notwas an act of charity Call Cotton and Adams when you need plumbing or tinning done They guarantee their work i 1 SOUTHERN TARi the name the best laundry in the South Leave your laundry at Smith Ambergs All work delivered Give it LNi a trial this week Frank Smith Agi x The Coat of Newspapers How newspapers are to exist at their present subscription rate fend their present low rates for advertis ing Is more than we can see and yet every step taken from the head of the postoffice department to the city councils is being mode to reduce the prices of work to be done by the newspapersThe paper alone on which many papers are printed costs more than Iis paid by the purchaser for the printed edition The cost of white paper has been advancing for years Printing Ink never cost more than at the present time and wages were never higher yet the price of the output has been retained The newspapers of the country in their everYItblngthe formation of trusts in oil sugar paper coal steel and almost every commodity in general use but they entirely overlook the fact that they could and should point with great interest to the fact that newspapers are supplying the public with the news of the world and under a greater expense of production than at any time previous while the com parative cost of advertising has not been increased The newspapers have been in theII I front rank in the development of American civilisation today they give more to the purchaser for the Investment then it Is possible to re ceive in any other channel of expenditure 1 I ft Tne Farmers News Samitar weekly and the Courier weekly a year for only 115 This Is the best combination yet offered Do It now the offer may be recalled at any time The tights of the children are entitled to more consideration than most of the so called vested rights tI I1I The Jamestown Exposition Great times are looked for at the Jamestown Exposition Nearly all the States will be represented The principal feature of the exposition will be the presence of the vessels of the United States navy low rates on all the railroads are already in effect Kentucky will be represented with a representation of Boones cabin at Boonesboro the timber with which It will be built to be shipped from different parts of the state If you havent seen the new line of goods at the Farmers Hardware Co go see them they handle everything In their line and the prices are right One of the Roosevelt children had the diphtheria lat ly and the metropolitan press printed column after WhyWasIs any better than anybody elses boy We dont believe he is and we dont believe the people of the country at large were particularly concerned as to whether young Roosevelt had the diphtheria or was suffering from an Ingrowing toe nail Had it been the son of a poor man no matter how sterling was his character these same toadyish journals would have never printed a line about him Milking by machinery Iis not so new Just think how the publlo has been milked by the tariff ma chine The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker In fficv buildldg both day and night Tele phone No 20 People who predict a horseless age because of the automoble should bear in mind that the highest priced automobile yet built cost only one sixth of the amount paid for the highest priced horse Dont neglect Itpay us that dollar for subscription rThe interstate commerce corn missions report on Standard Oil sounds like rank plagiarism of Ida M Tarbell Brady Sanders of Caruthersvllle was in town last week mixing with his Hickman friends He looks as if he were enjoying life and pros perity I You cannot ay that your homo U modem and comfortable if your bathroom fixtures are old outofdate and unsanitary Modem plumb trig and balh room equipment not only makes your home healthy and comfortable but increases its telling value Iii well JftMKfMsT plumbing fiXtures are the most durable and unitary fixtures made We handle thus line and add our own guarantee to the manufacturers VCo combine skilledexperienced labor with reasonable prices and prompt service Points worth knowing when you I are ready for plumbing Well be glad to estimate for you COTTON ADAMS PLUMBERS and TINNERS Ir CUMBERLAND TELEPHONEI TELEGRAPH CO IHCOirOKATBD Long dlatanco linos and tolophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhere In Southorn Indiana Southorn Illinois Kentucky Tonnossoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this groat section of tho country Wo solloltyour patronage Ratos reason able Equlpmonts and facilities unsur passed 4AMCO w CALOWKLL LEUAND HUMC T D WKBBTrvuttt1 4 eI iL kL aP La t Pc 111Hi T 5Great Display of tt Spring Goodst Our house is filled with the most complete stock of Spring Goods we have ever shown Our prices are always right fl Dress Goods all the ery newest fabrics in every color and shade imaginable We cordially invite your inspection Black and white Long Silk Gloves This line of oodwill be very scarce this season and unless you get your supply now you will be unable to do so in the future Also 18 Button Kid Gloves at 275 Our Spring Line of Clothing is greater than ever before Come in ii iiandget your Easter Suitat prices that will please you Ladies Neckwear Swellest line of Handbags ever shown in this at 25c to 250 Collars 5c to 50c cityI Great line of Lace Window Curtains 4L5c to 3a pair Big line of Japanese and Chinese Mattings 15c to 35c In this fast growing store you can save money Those have tried UIII I always came back If you are not our customer we invite you to come in j d see our lines It is a pleasure to show you our g- oodsNaifehBros f i Dry Goods Company tJI Caught At Fulton Marvin Boren the Illinois switchman who stabbed Policeman Pat Doud to death In Cairo nil Thur sday night was caught at Fulton Ky late Friday afternoon by Policemen MDade and Moss of that place Boren returned to Cairo without a requisition The coroners jury held both Boren and Sam Perce who was witb him when Doud way killed on the charge of murder Sample Copies of The Louisville Daily Herald may be had at thhI office Rcrtenber we can send DailyHeraldStates for only 200 I I Edwin Fuquas smiling face mayII now be seen behind the counters of Helm Ellison drug store A J Kefser heirs H M G T C E Ifewer Brows Brown Aaron Bragg Maiwel lam Carter Babes Jim Albert N UHy Spooks in Church There is considerable excitement around Clear Springs and many people have become alarmed over the report alleged that the Primitive Baptist church between here and Mayfield called Pilgrims Rest was haunted At night and mysterious have been seen to flash around in the church house and the people them being the brave soldiers who were in the civil war are afraid to venture body of men on several oc casions have braved near the house but when the curious noise was heard and the strange illumination seen they would shake in their boots and weaken for want of sufficient nerve to go closer and then would retreat hastily homeward- It is also being said that the value On 8th it the tho I sell thu for for duo the mnn tho tho the hrs TAXS 1 town lot G A 200 00 6 25 II II 1425 2087 1U U W H 250 6 88 Lots 00 3 jo 1 II W H 500 1021 COLORED LIST l 3 town lots E H 325 7 86 J U U II 250 6 88 2II II U 300 7 55 2I U U 200 6 24 2h II U 100 3 30 II It 100 3 25 2 CI I 100 4 90 2 2 65 1Ii u ErR 75 4 59 1ItI i il 200 6 24 1II It G A 150 J 99 t fit NAME G hrs Maddox J H Polk Plum Pratt West hrs Jim RIngo Tom Jno Reid Martha hrs Alex J 2 Polk 4 Wiley Boss hrs 2 Felix of land is decreasing to some extent in that neighborhood So is the situation that Pigue Burnett is anxious to find a buyer for his fine farm and house near the church and it is that he will not be as is at such a pitch that are the to come The hold 00 in day time at the church but no persons go the even if a big reward was offer- eEczema and Pimples byZZEMO draws the germs to the surfsce of the skin and d them leavin a nice clear healthy skins Write E W Roee Med Co Bt Loeli Mo tfor lsample All sell KEMO For sold fry lletm A Have you bought your coal If not why not no 481 L T MARSHALS SALE FOR TAXES F Monday 1907 being the first day of April term of tho Oounty Court ut Court HOUHO door in Hiokman Ky will to highest bidder cash taxes City of Hiok following described real estate in names of following towit UN NAME Hunziker Keaiby Meacham Smith Adkon Bryant Byron Josh Walle BarMff Amy Gttbtft strange lights among nearA WHITE LIST- DESCRIPTION VALUE 8Ie GAl 1II E50e Lowery L- Merriwether Ringo Ringo Smith Frank Shelby JnoTalley Taylor Hollis Taylor Albert Upshaw Wilkerson immediate alarming dwelling feared successful excitement high many fleeing wrath Baptists services casionly otherwise PruggUU mUlno telephone April Fulton usHeHsed parties IfMhan DESCRIPTION VALUE TAXESI 2U II II J50 5s8 2U II EH ISO 308 1 ii ii U35Q 8 23 I 92CAB I 3 I EH 75 45 3U U a 75 4 5 1U II I 50 2 6 S J 3It 1 lCO J30 I 87I1 U G A 200 624 tt- I 2aI I EH 150 624 J II II O 531 12I II 150 r 6 93- II II G A 40 811 I U E H 250 5 J3c 1a U U 150 351 tGaka Percy Jones Opening j l i if icy Jones bad an opening at cafe Tuesday and Wednesday opening of this kind lIs something w for Hlckman and was appreci rj by the people Frequent com laments were heard on the streets ly the Courier man upon the excellent taste displayed In the arrangement and decorations He recently bad workmen engaged In ji putting a mahogony finish on the j diningjt very pretty effect Special attention was given to the tansy baking by Mr Mayers There was on display a variety of tansy cakes and all of them attract- edj the attention of the many visitors at the Cafe during the two days of the opening Percy says the people have been wanting something nice in this line I tOlltSIOn these two days all ladies were served free ice cream or Ice cream soda Asher Kennedy the popular young clerk presides at the fountain which tact Is prima fade evidence that you will get what you want and go away feeling refreshed after having been served courteously and being shown a hearty welcome I Spnngthllc the time to buy furniture and brighten up things Hickman Furniture Co Inc th place to buy it An Illinois man who is da esod a genius has invented a machine thoughidoesnt utter a single oath It IIsI not said that the machine will also shoe mules therefore It is not knownI whether the machine will be a sue cess or not- Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg Secretary Taft has reconsidered his original opinion of March 7 re lative to the 8hour law in its appli cation to employes on river and harbor works Then he held the law applied to every person connect ed with work on dredges and steamers of various kinds while now he is of the opinion it affeots only mechanics and laborers and does not change the present hours of work of captains cooks deck hands pilots and the like A big shipment of American Fence just in Hlckman Hdw Co B B Sanders and wife of Ca ruthersvile Mo have been the McCutabere n Sanderdi left for Louisville Monday and his wife left yesterday for their home It is getting too hot to cook tollRI phone 90 Negroes Guilty The senate committee on military affairs yesterday received from the acting secretary of war a copy of a telegram from Brigadier General McCaskey commanding the depart MajorPenrosc The telegram says that Penrose was exonerated but that the court found that the shooting up of Brownsville was done by members of infantryThe of the telegram Major General Ains worth Major Penrose was exonerated by the court martial but the court found that the shooting iin Brownsville was done by the men of the Twentyfifth Infantry Finding approved by me McCaskey Com manderPhone CSphonenumbert The N C St L have raise their switching and rental rates i Hickman Hereafter the rental rate will be S3 and switching rate 2 Who Where What When Sissy Betlersworths Hickman tt freshest line of groceries ever brouhgt to town All the time ii We Do Not SubstituteI u The policy of this store iis We give- you what you ask fort Ifwe do not carry in stock the nrti cle you wish we will get it for you regardless of expense to us What we want is not only customers but pleased customers Cowgills Drug Store Inc Fire On Clinton Street Shortly after noon Saturday tin e broke out in the second story of the building used by Luther Watson ala restaurant arm owned by B G Hale The Ire was well under way when discovered by Mr Cook proprietor of the Cottage HotelII and the stars turned In Only by heroic work on the part of our local ire department was the entire Mock saved Mrs Watson who was la fte tethat hOC 2 year eld child was In the room whore the Are tatted WilS badly burned about the head and arms in resetting the little one The ftxtitres and goods of the rooms Voter were sweaty savedI bat the contents of the second to ry which was osed as a rosWonte by Mr Watson and skepmg spatters by the railroad morn were totally destroyed The damage to the building will roach about JIG tuff insured Mr Watson flgutes ht loss about 500 and win be n totalI loss He had no insurance The fire Is supposed to have originated from some defect In the flue or pipe on the second loot Mr Watson informs a Courier reporter that he will go bank in the restaurant business just as MOO as he can get things straightened up Dont Gigot the Coulter sells gasoline When you need it des 1 forget the puce The Court of Appeals by unanimous opinion declared uncon stitutional and void the sot of the Legislature passed in 1906 redll tricting the State and creating 10 j legislative districts The court holds that the act does not give equal representation to all and orders that the next election he held under the old law The congres atonal districting bill of 1193 was sustained as it was thought it would cause confusion to overthrow I present law now The Clinton Gazette says thatl C B Peck Is getting ready to move his family from Oakton to Hlckman HIckman is getting them fromI everywhere We have the advantages of most towns hereabouts and 1they will come here to live ItL man is hunting for a town where he cannot get work to de he would better pass Hlokman by Send your best girl a box of Lowneys Candy for Easter Jones Cafe keeps it Nut and coal cooking purposes and stove wood at Newto- Coal Co yards IMIPrieGreaseToad f the IPIwls tffoulthefouls- LII tiAJthenettS psPraetteotlldestT1bo hcuon ptT l- oxTtougrtjt t comes toyli dsari1ngthcestheDlOle thsntnyolhcrog6tiTli6a lcrfor1cAk Ante GleUCtIIf ii- J i- T St Ywr v r Hickmnn College This is examirut a pupil shield be on newPkluobt r culture Title tart stoat t the Jujliraint otn I anexfo1toMtmk bespeaks rtwNri habits and honor j pupils Last 11rttlay the rendered a sky MoDanlcl gave a rr dialect LWtan Cb ous selottton and rant had the N II with wise and witty Ofa Cotton work sail IK oonvn guarantee Sen Burton freer Joseph Ralph bur oeariotton In the IM United itates Senator was Friday mormo the oounty Jail at having completed tlui six months impose t r found gttHty of vtoUt statute by appear governmental depart representative for a i concern in St I sentence also cornet r of S9500 On leaving the jaii + i1out a statement Hi i was innocent of the whioh he was OGSVK also that he would fld 0on any one as has that he would return Abilene Kansas burr hope He did say w t would talk and wr u said he will take choir n paper which would r a heNoticeRegular services at Churoh Sunday awn SubjectThe tllT Sunday school at w Verner Minister F Mrs May Atehers died Sunday night at the east part of th leaves a husband ani ttold child Deceased w i ter of Mr and Mrs Fulton Let the Hlckman sell you some of their use no other Teleph MillsaMr H L Curlin w last week Rev G H Stigler p here enroute to Liberty Mr I N Bramtu attending the revival a Miss Fanchon Brast 1 Jftr guest of Miss Clark vi SundayMiss d- Rives Hattie Mai i was the guest ut l the past week- WHllard the little sbland Mrs Adraln Hongwry ill with bronlchal pneum not expected to recover HIckman leading un T r st the Farmers Hardware f1 Incorporated te XMAN COURIER IW r If N rNn tt PEA YEAR LLAR ADYAN E 6ASHN so hat110f+ r- I II w I ail rq- hurch r I 29 1007 ulur t w I itcfI r at tYit is ORe W lilt oM1- df Pr ltd beeRal f1NrpoeIItllt e1tuw s fcP thai a res alswe04 j7 v a aAd agerw 1crtl 1 ned is- t yn ruffle 1ottirtl eraR r PUDCm the Cadet MI1Tcod ti 6G t aU ipean r jllkk taw r vut trio of ur ad- N6let WIlli + r0 at tie city Alta- t e t or th r- dnolfI IIIt- I Lti tee tle oral I mtwb ritt 4 rnk ttra t off yter- q lU h l also t r 1 tai be stac 041 t that t wlIiMlfr at a r r f ftl 1t1t theca f pt bnR4- t I r Iktd tt well prf+ nd d1u1JNI II1- IIf Mar DM r Rack Agin Just like the patrons of the Courier Want Columnalt come baok again Are you one of them 1 Then you know Us a est If ypu are ROtwell we wawW nt deceive yeu far lush a small amount Try It Itll surprise yoH Do It today aChester Iliwlwrant was In Mem pWs this week 1t 15pteI wentto Union CityI M toutnsf TMusday After Roper bright a Ine pallet wrtfts In MayieW lost week A MaysrWe MM while drilling a will sirvfjt oA in prt g quantities GtHihM XtM tae gsic U Memphis where he wlH wrtk rr a real eitate ebLatriawy Lowtsrilleattr rl E Dlary Mr Js It Brawn loft for Golf port Ian refit dote kc It iMMffg el lMKlli me Uwe hiI the Mar tareaY L a IMMROI wM pressbS at Bajtoat CtMreh bully wwn ltsg at 11 e4 slc A ftiH ae-ef the MetafeeoMp is tUtlrod An Inurtirliaii rartiwad k Mug plaoMtl IrMI toyoUevWe to some pAni tIR IwUMMtt MtMMd Sev era Htrth Arkansas towns are tbe NlutedMatho Ark Repu fkii TIN LaClnlc H Ul was rtnted this wrack l Mr KOMMU of Riltw who has Yea bore thte week pottitig things 4tmlgbt at the hotel prepara try t p aiig the Bars of t- hhstiry C to the puMic OR the first day f Aprfl The Janet Cafe Beau I II you want your only girl to truly youYoumoney like a man s You PWlt take her to the theatre and circus Anti to all the balls and parties That you canI YBtt must semi her huge bouqets of hot house roses And the latest booksno matter what you pay And Ill tell you how to make her lust adore you Clva her ice oream down to Jones Care every day You may be as smart as colleges ran make you Yw may put Napoleon Bony In the shade Waihtng n and Andrew Jackson they oant touch you I You may be the greatest here ever made But If you dont give your best girl pounds of candy You may bet your boots no matter what you say fhell be sure to llove the other man who gives her Cued iM ICe eregm down at Jones Cafe every day CHOMN Jones Chocolates are the best Jones cream loath all the rest Everything wilt s4aml the test at- Jencs Jenes cuktM are the best Jno creaa loads alt the rest JtatrytMig wHl stand the test nt- Jones FOR SAts few tons mind Mir apply at oftw or ffn J F to IW4I Co 4a Meetings At The Court House For Sunday- Mr Harrlc will preach at 10 MS a m every body invited At night another and perhaps his last address maywdoss FOR SAL DuU Wyandotte eggs S1 for 15 Pens headed by high soaring male birds Good pullets of tarteg strains Cora Reyster Route 4 41 tf Mrs Edna Henderson is on the sick nit this week n u n a pnng urniture Our store is now crowded with new Furniture to meet every requirement of the Spring buyer We have just received a nice assort merit of 4 Jorch and Lawn j urniture Settees and Rockers Lawn Swings Etcr which will be sold at low prices Our line of Bedroom Suites is much larger than we have over carried before and we invite you to call and look through the new lines I ickman Furn Co liic ndertakers Telephone No 20 asst o The New Leather 1t i and Shapes Arriving Daily fTT 1 Ifyou want to know the correct shapes come in and see the finest line of shoes in town and note the prices 34J 450 Low Cuts or High Cuts Ladies Oxfords from 150 to 350 Millinery Paris Fashions are here Ifyou want the LATEST conceptions come to us When the whole successs depends upon the hatif it becomes you is in styleyoure safe To make sure buy here New things in headwear now ready i CASH SHOE STORE x ntoa1101s r to All Through Advertising Through advertising for a wile in 4 Boston paper Jacob Small was almost married to his own sister who was introduced to him under the name of Nellie Hawthorn He found out the young womans identity through a ring she wore a week before the ceremony was to have been performed Small who is 36 years old and a widower with two children abound out when he was five years old and separated from sister and three brothers The children lost sight of each other after a time and although three years ago Small made an effort to get track of his kin he tailed When be decided to take a second wife he advertised and a I matrimonial agency wrote aud said it would take charge of the matter for him at the usual rate Eventually the photographs of tour young women were sent by mail and Small choosing Nellie Hawthorn from the lot wrote to her through the agency Miss Hawthorn said that she was looking for a home of the right kind and when she was satisfied that the wooer meant business she agreed to visit him Then if matters were satisfactory she would marry him When Miss Hawthorn arrived iIn town she found Small in possession of a comfortable home and said he could set the wedding day Subse quent conversation developed the fact that both were born in the same town This led to an investigation and it was established without question that Miss Hawthorn was Smalls lost sister Small was more pleased than h lIeIUidkeeper and Instantly set up his sister as head of his house It developed that she had bee legally adopted by a family named Hawthorn and had taken their name The Courier clvM ALL DM u- wajjjjj St Pauls Episcopal Church Prugramme of Faster Services 7 oclock a m Celebration of the Holy Communion 10 a m Sunday School and the presentation of the Sunday School Lenten offering for Missions 11 a m Processional Hymn 516 FullerChrist Our PassoverDanks Te Deum Thickstun IfJubilate Dupins Prayers Hymn 116Roper SermonHymn 111 RImbault OfferingBenediction BenedictionRecessional Hymn 118 Elvey There will be no night Services lST us thatS Revival Contlues The Union Meeting is now in the 4th week Every service is marke- by some special interest There have been conversions at every night service One special feature of the meeting is the large number of men who have accepted Christ as thei Savior About 100 members were received into the several churches in town last Sunday and about that many more yet to be received Bro Harris holds on with a firm faith and continues to preach with marvelous power Bro Stover continues to directI the choir with fine effect and the mucic has many charms Religion has become a topic of thee streets and in stores and shops and In the home circle Members of the different churches have gotten better acquainted with likne interest in all the moral needs of our town The cottage Prayer Meetings have aided much in this Quite a number of small boys and A 31 w n NNt- la H girls have been working faithfully in the Meeting This is a good sign for when the young are brought into active service for Christ there Is hope for the greatest usefulness No one can estimate the good effects of a meeting that touches all classes and ages Death Of Bruce Henry P B Bruce Henry well known to nearly every man in Fulton county died at his home about four miles from town Monday night Mr Henry was apparently in the best of health was in town all day the day before and retired about nine oclock that night as weU as usual He was beard to get up about ten oclock and shortly was heard to faU to the floor When members of the family got to him he was dead The news of his death spread like wildfire early Tuesday morning and many expressions of sympathy were heard on the streets ofdthe vicinity of Hickman practically manytfriends He was about 50 years of age He was a member of the ofrthe remains was had at the City Cemetery Wednesday A wife and nine children survive him The Courier extends sympathy to the bereaved family Wont You Help Under this head in another part of the piper will be found a petition After about an hours work the follwing names were subscribed to the list Wont you be one of them W A DoddlOOOPe-rcy Jones 1000 J F S L Dodds CO1000-C P Shumate 500 Cowgllli Drug Store 500 Helm Ellison 500 Ellison Bros 500 Tom Dillon Sr 500 Hickman Furniture CoWM 500 Smith Amberg 500 Gasoline at Uw Courier ofioe cc A =14 of 1 F 7j ylI H I I I tlll + 111rAof E COLUMN as ++f+ hF Ct i I snuttnNttt 1Uow1r from up I1If lcri lcr LD I8 1 l lrt K Tod prices for 11 wagss enough to It1II freely IM4N logWatton hosts lit Up4tO- Goasllting IUUtloe MlPJtOd m at VMrtnglon t I r GIIMn withr I peace kA and mere i- steIn v American the money quos enfenng basis itlati tftutioa bttfitM lave a ttf lest I Mtt their famflfej a il itKlwoteo S to Leaf f tificr 4d riU a 1 iy thlteit terra i ymr r1Swish u to pfcuic t- rrt rt rathtMld 1 tlh IAtw1 tate a voi4Maw stay at thengsla XIN nil all orrr acd afcromd dill Ihefr Wg- Mt r thoffvouimtoa- idiaMe r Iremtgra oteolhtni that t w tkig for owMMf M them ttrjKfcoir Hew r oooiiatQomplUh r MOMUpNlbed is Mter w gleomlor N e twMortr worse If 1p TO helping or hie xdertakings ioMoHtee af the M at Ilaiol Dell Satnofoy the ttrd r ins to fee a diversity 4tf to Ike elevator ped to stare our iMMtor seem to boW or wheat Ieras to be what Iis ull hoWIng It The ttts wore directed i soUoJtnew mem j in to elevator stock to UK pledge to v The pledge as Farmingrdawd with a small storingri adopted and the httee instructed to- ilfn to it The i 0Irth that these Ei mire the A S of E half of the market that must store it in Itop MOIety will not strawrshedhIdle and hold their fin but must not ask iivanae money on it ched by a widow elevatorrIr wheat Accord itutlon we had to rriptlon She said w uk join the A S would join also take hervp1minimumIrflies we need your L help us If ypur- r or brothers in the Suits and Trousersto a Specialty same household are members you oan become honorary members by CMroUlnp your rwmcs and it will I KMt you nothing but your presence But this widow who manages her own arops must pay her fees ad dues as male members do wnlI you let this widow bank you out- Let l us hear from you In the meantime will It MI be well for the executive eommltUc to consider the advisability of changing our bylaws to we oars take stock from all farmers who wish to subscribe whether they are members of the A So of KL or nett Can we not cooperate with all Mr friends and neighbors both inside and outside of the union Charles Grimes the young Illinois Central student fireman who was Injured at Pulton Friday night in a wreck died Sunday in the railroad hospital at Paducah Ky Young I 4 u I SPRING CLOTHES OFFERINGSf BD SPEAKING for the season and the house Balt zer Dodds have the fineS exhibit ofmens and little mens modern clothes that is possible to colled There may be better clothes made in years to come but there are no made clothes today betterII OUR DISPLAY is existing evidence that for this season at least the craft has reached the limit We cater with equal perfection to the sedate banker professional and business man laborer and the breezy young man Your Easter Hat Shoes and Furnishings ARE HERE l BALTZER DODDS J Grimes was caught beneath his wrecked engine and horribly scalded by escaping steam and boiling water In a pistol duel Sunday evening Jesse Martin was shot and danger ously wounded by Jim Johnson Both men are negroes and fought for me love of a woman The two men met at the womans home on Robinson row in South Fulton Following a qujrreli both men drew pistols sod begun shooting Several shots vere exchanged and Martin fell to the Hoer with a bullet in his left breast or shoulder Job son tied and has not been captured Fulton Leader A BABY IWwkl I ira tw to the hcuan4 rlU ts- It7eu rirrit ttM 0Iftt I- tefII urn HtnUfUw etw etrtsl ia t Mini tiumaHUr TfcU rotary It tivfWMliiil the IM r nabnt n lnfo tf well rvrer- k4houA uurlhRllq ahjkltu MatfiKitoit wllbwoln UtUIe ef WbteMnnrrtVoriMiruv IB Ike IMHM It I mt l l lunllMnn Ibot MIOHWJT tan lair to byr rtrllllr IIrntlt4Ke Rd Ultt A 11rlro i Dr Horace Luten and family went to Hickman Sunday The doctor returned last night but Mrs Luten and children will remain I several days with Mrs Maggie I Handle Fulton Leader The Cairo Telegram has been sold but to whom Iis not announced The paper is to cease publication at once however and the Bulletin will supply its subscribers with unexpired subscriptions There Iis an intimation that the Telegram may be resumed later in the year Its suspension seems to have followed the inability of its owners to get along in the conduct of the paperII Before buying let us show you our line Hickman Furniture Co Incorporated I Mrs C L Price who has been i t visiting her sister in Fulton returned home Tuesday nnHave you seen the handsome boxes of Wileys candles at Jones Cafe the very best of candy every package guaranteed Call and see it today R C Thompson aged 83 died Saturday at his home near Fulton He had lived in the same place for the past 60 years and was one of the most widely known men in this section He leaves a large family See the Hickman Furniture Cos Ine line ol Spring Rockers be fore buying The first of last week a new form of outrage was resorted to anti a number of freshly sowed tobacco beds on the knobs in Trigg county ion the Cerulean Springs road were ruined by being sowed thickly with redtop and timothy seed The grass will of course choke the youn plants out as soon as they appear BRADLEY PARHAM Shoes Trousers Furnishings and Hats WO liaya ovony dyairabUrHliapQ trill fihuilo in ottliur Derby Soft Straw or Panama and nb priuea quality considered that are an added advantage in buying hero Gloves in new shapes and a variety of goodmakes Ladies and Mens Umbrellas too with handsome handles in exclusive designs See our handsome window display of Spring goods Ladies Tailormade Suits and Skirts Samples noon display Call and see them Your patronage solicited on Quality and Merit Bradley Parham I IL IIIM 1 Fire at Union City The corn mill of the Dahnke Walker Milling Company located on Main Street and the Mobile ck Ohio railroad was totally destroyed by fire about 10 oclock Monday night The mill had been shutdown at 6 oclock and it Is supposed the fire started In the attrition room probably from heated machinery The mill was one of the largest of the kind in West Tennessee and had been remodeled and new ma chinery installed about two years ago The building was of brick three stories high and a large elevator connected with the mill was saved by tremendous effort Loss 35000 insurance 19000 Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no 48 for coal Hickman Ice and coal C- oDanger Of Defeat ExSenator Joseph C S Black burn says he believes the Demo cratic State ticket in Kentucky Is in danger of defeat this fall There is very serious danger if the Repub licans put up strong candidates he said the outcome of the election will depend upon the personnel of the Republican ticket It Iis my opinion that a clean and intelligently composed ticket will defeat a Democratic machinemade ticket Regarding the personnel of the Republican State ticket Senator Blackburn said he had no Idea of probable selections and continued Eight or ten names have been mentioned in connection with the gubernatorial nomination including John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue who would make a formidable candidate Why do you think Kentucky Is likely to renounce its allegiance to the Democracy Kentucky is a Democratic State replied Senator Blackburn but there are thousands of Democrats In Kentucky who will utilize the com tag election to repudiate an obnox ious machine The Democrats of Missouri had to do It in the last campaign in order to rid themselves of boss rule If Kentucky should go Repub lican in the State election will that endanger Democratic chances In the national contest next year uNot at all responded the Senator quickly The Democrats who will vote to repudiate the Democratic machine in Kentucky will not vote for the Republican presidential electors You will see that Kentucky will line up with the solid South for the Democratic presidential candidate Colton and Adams will do any chargegthat does not give satisfaction Another Raise The State Board of Equalization accepted the assessments as made in the following counties in the First Appellate district Caldwell Calloway Fulton Graves Hopkins Livingston Lyon Marshall Union and Webster It ordered raises as follows Ballard 10 percent on farm land and personalty Carlise 5 per cent on farm land and person alty Christian S per cent on farm lands and personalty Crittenden 5 per cent on farm land and person alty Hickman S per cent on farm land and personalty and Trigg S per cent on farm land and person alty The recapitulation book of McCracken county the only other county in this district has not yet come In and the board will pass upon it later Action taken as to the counties of the Seventh appellate district was as follows Acceptance of assessment Bell Breathitt Clark Elliott Estill Floyd Johnson Knott Lawrence Leslie Lctcher Magoffin Menefee Montgomery Morgan Perry Piker and Powell raises Bath 15 per cent on farm land and personally and 5 per cent on town lots HarUi 5 per cent on farm land and per sonalty I Lee 15 per cent on tarn land and personalty Martin 10 per cent on farm land and personalty I Wolfe 15 per cent on farm land and personalty II Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe rI raf- V F Dortt Sufferb11ni ht lon 3 from ioothache neuraJl 3iei c or rheumatism S1oisc LaLhumefttkills the pain quiets the nerves and induces sleep At All dealers Price 25c 50c bHGO Dr Earl S Sloan BostortMcssUSA sav PERCYrro ESasS L Cafe and RestaurantMJCCMMR TO A o CARUTHBRS wT tit Soda Water Ice Cream + 4 Seasonable rrult8 rlne Catxdtes 41tI ALFresh Dread and Cakesdvv Telephone No 90 V An Easter Day Out of the tomb of sight a day has risen i be not anxious this day is all your own i do set hvrry for la time it is like all other days neither delay for new is pasting Early turn your face to the dawn and let Us fresh beams bathe away all the stains of night then should the noon be dark with storms your smile will still wear the rose tints of the morning This new day can be saved only by spending it there tore in its care be enduring in its confusion be patient In its sorrow i be trustful i in its trial be noble in1 its peril be hereto Step softly among human hearts and leave so much of kindness along lifes path way that gladness shall spring up bearing tribute in the cool eventide of the worlds glad Easter A Narrow Escape Monday morning while crossing the back water between the levee and the railroad in West Hick roan Capt Hackett lost his balance and tumbled into the deep waters of the overflow experiencing a narrow escape from drowning The water was very deep but Cap made a brave struggle to save himself and finally reached dry land none the worse for his tumble except a very damp feeling in the region of his all overs Capwas KJ heard to utter between gasps that it was the first time he had fallen in since 1882 That was a long time ago and considering the fact that C B is on the river every day of the year his record is not a bad one We are glad that Cap did not take up with the frogs for we would miss him at the wheel of the Charlotte and his river yarns we could not do without NOTES It will be safer nottof question Cap about the above Inol dent H C Barrett the undertaker Is with the Farmers Hardware Com pany Inoorporated the house of quality TIM Wy rtty THr About RUMAGOThe MAKES RHEUMATISM GO Letter frani a wellknown cllutia of llowllaK drum Ky iiKrruuiKX 1 k4 ttwmae- nlprttpt1Iirrel Iere4 e- u + do any wuti t4 I ttp- y41uN 1atMt aCll A tic W 0 II C taut LUi at IIN ins ti 1 I newtenLava r alu Itw 1lan +I rtimif u y inN n KIIWAKin M IIW bra Yeti Ato4 Bald by t T T WAicz- U l Wont You Help The following petition was circu lated Monday and In a short time the citfsens responded liberally Rood it think about It and then come sign it You will getas much benefit from it as any one The Hickman Concert Band propose if they receive the proper encouragement and support from tbeI poople of Hickman to give during the coming season twentyfive 25 open air concerts which will be about the same as were given last season virt one every week They propose that if the weather prevents them from giving a concert and the people so desire they will give two the next week or at such time as may be suitable in order to give the stated number of concerts They want the support of the enterpris ing enthusiastic citizens to help them and encourage them They have rented the rooms over the Ellison Bros feed store and further propose to properly furnish and fit these rooms for a practice and re hearsal room The rooms wilt be open for the accommodation of those who wish to go there for a quiet hour for reading or recreation They will build up a musical library and also furnish magazines for the con venience and pleasure of those who wish to spend a half hour or hour in readingMr Dodds the owner of the building will immediately have installed electric lights water works and lavatory and the Band will properly furnish the rooms This is a move worthy the consid eration of every man in Hickman who feels an interest in the welfare of the town and who wishes to see the Band succeed Are you one of these men If you are what will you do 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 42 E P WRIGHT Chas Carman a youug man of Mayfield passed a worthless check on a bank at Paducah for S50 and was arrested shortly afterwards Cotton and Adams positively guarantee all their work to give satisfaction Union City is making arrange ments to spend 10000 on tree improvements A good move A woman who is expected to- II praise her neighbors hat must feel like the man who Is called upon to ask a blessing at the table right I after cutting a gash in his thumbI with the can opener tI 1 tIL if r Pay of Mail Clerks- In I the closing week of the fifty ninth Congress no legislation more- lj t or more generally acceptable uuld be enacted than the adoption of the amendment to the House ape propriation bill which provides for AH increase inI the pay of railway mail clerks In Hiokman most of us know our postal clerksthis being a terminal but ordinarilly those men are probably least known of all officials who do efficient and faithful service for the public For the quiiksorting of mail on the aitmovlng trains se that it goes straight to its various destina tions they must be qulok willed sure of eye dexterous of hand with every muscle under perfect com mar of the will They must be men of robust health in order to endure the irregu lar hours the hant ships of hot and cold and the spurts of strenuous work which are Inseparable from their vocation They must carry in their heads the railway and postal route maps of the divisions they serve as familiarly as a man in other voca tions knows the way from the place where he sleeps to the place where he works They must know the location of every post ffioce and the route It is on They must know this so well that f glance at the address on a package of man tells them Into what pouch it is to be pitched and at what oeoneoting sta tion the pouch is to be thrown off Failure in the exercise of any of these qualities means mall gone wrong disappointment delay and frequently Anal lose to people ox peoting letters and newspapers at the appointed time I In spite of its existing character I the railway mall service is as faith fully performed as any that Is ren dered the government There is probably no other service performed under stress and strain that is attended with so few mistakes The proposal to give the railway mail clerks more pay is justified by the fact that they have not bad an increase in twenty years though in that time the necessary expenses of living have advanced by hardly less than 30 per cent especially for men whose work keeps them most of the time away from home In this service the country wants only the best men The way to get and to keep them is to give them just compensation A negro man aged 104 years professed religion at a revival meeting at Mound City He waited a long time before repenting Judge John M Lassing had no opposition ior Judge of the Court of Appeals and the time having expiredii the committee met last he was declared the nomieee of the Democratic party There has been a host of our sub scriber friends who have called around and made us happy in the lat two or three weeks by paying their subscription There are more of them who ought to come Err amine your conscience and see if you are not owing us for a year or two subscription to the Courier For Rent- I want to rent my farm near Cayce also wheat land this fall 70 acres corn land to be rented this spring House outhouses etc on place also Rood stables 44 R B SCEARCE CAYCE KY John Carter a highly respected citizen of Bardwell was found charred in a fire which destroyed his home Sunday night of last week It is thought he was murdered and his remains cremated in the house as a result of incendiarism D Owens of Pickens Miss arrived in Hickman Saturday He localtmanager of the Cumberland Tele phone It Telegraph Companys bust ness at this place Mr Moore having accepted a position in Cairo Ills We are sorry to lose Mr Moore and glad to welcome Mr I Owen as a citizen of our town i Gasoline at the Courier office 0 j y J Best on EarthTest Them and Youll Say the Same I Compare em with anything on the market IIline I IIthese We have themyou need themebuy now ana get a wholel seasons service from what you buy in this lint VULCAN CHILLED PLOWS aL The Yukon Plow Co- rvaIiSVILLE I INS rWell Finished Strong Durable Light Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpiecc Interlocked Point Land and Standard Point has Face Chill Wide Edge theSTRONGi When burin a Plow Consider Quality Pint Prlcti 8 oDd You know it always pays to buy the best and thats the very reason why you should do your buying at the I IINC 11 When you read the Courier this week try to think whether you are paid up and if not call around and hand us a dollar or two You would be wise to take advantage of our clubbing offers We can save you money on any paper you wish i t- t II umelTheyI ville Exposition a good advertise ment for the city displaying art science and industry Large crowds are in attendance vitally Special days arc arranged and observed a 1- I Of course 85 000000 nvr harbor bills arc not caliuh r disturb the rest of the Ifl Jers The Undertaker at the r arm ers Hardware Co will answ i Iur calls promptly day or night N ulcer iis to and Street are and delightfully lungGloves lIr lIaster r frees wM net be bun a put of long a t We have rM 1 esrl In Wink is I p1 lit 1 tip i w1M b carte I wi I KlltulrUwr ft WMt theM Dill I 75c to 3 t Local Motes I v i Sunday Bfce I ilt Jonesrife rise try A 1 4t Mi Iblme toy lE bsji relarned i4y 1 Mlnday oionlprtogf i viettug friends Ske loft Wed f sad wife spent Lam with Mrs seetfuture Ce Ino 1n and wife of cits ef Mrs C- U1111111111444A4U44U44 1ft Of EllisonsHeI orccasls 1I LLlrlln wateuI today I or mow 7 Monday r weather 6 tdayj r snow 6 Inotttay weather t iritlay weather r uda y- Iurmy Cures B 1CGurU- cxyrrtrtntmyyvT1rrv A Really Vast Assemblage of Beautiful Easter Millinery At no former opening have we made a more imposing array of fashionably HaU or one that brought forth more praise than did the one this week Youll find it very easy to select your Easter Hat in our Millinery Department The collections are so vast and styles so varied as to encompass the taste of every lady in Hickman and vicinity fartu attention called our Dress Hats All btautifullv trimmed with fine flowers ribbons stylish poke mushroom Mad sailor effects 151104 Pure Cafe U Inca Belioiswerth retsie4 Ncu41ed trimmed Ladies and Childrens Oxfords II Surely nothing can result more to your footwear pleasure 4 than to have the stylish assort ment ef Oxfords displayed here assist you to deoide what year foot dreu shall be for Hatter Sunday Prices 150 to 350 Childrens Oxfords 111huUon SMITH 3 cAMBERG Headache Telephone No 48 for coal Get eld pipers at this office Lowneys candy at Jones Cafe i Notary Public at the CourTcr OfficeW E Spates spent Sunday In Unlen City Harry Nation of State Line vain s town Wednesday I Mr Ruff attended the Louisville Exposltlen this week Lance Savage spent Sunday with his parents in Fulton Happy Is the man whose bandI are busy In honest toll- IMiss Elizabeth Wilson was IIn Union City Wednesday Mr L A Brook has been on the sick list but Iis up again The house of quality IIs the right place to buy coffins and cal ketsMrs Dr F M Usher of Fulton has been visiting Miss Hattie Car penter Miss Clara Taylor of Cairo vs s the guest of R Glazier and family this week Freshest line of groceries fin town can be found at Shaw Bet terswotths Miss Coleman of Bayouville visited Mrs Alex Barnes since our last issue A H Grigsby proprietor of the new short order lunch room enrolls on the Courier list Our prices are rightour good- are u right and we will treat o right Hickman Furniture Co Inc Miss Minnie I Bowen of the Jordan neighborhood has been visiting friends In town this week Sam McMurry and Amos Me theney of Union City came to Hickman Friday to see the Gunboat I Wasp Mr J C Newton the Junk man shipped J240 pounds of rubber one I day this week lIe says it Iis the largest shipment he has ever made Easter eggs The tee cream season Iis at hand Wileys windy made in Atlanta at Jones Cafe Alex Barnes and wife went to Memphis Monday Silas Murrell came over from Union City Sunday Mr Sheets returned to Metropa ills Ills Monday morning Jeff Blakenship of Tiplonvllle 1waaln Hickman Saturday W B Taylor of near Fulton spent Saturday In Hickman Bernie Hughs went to Mayfield Wednesday for a short visit J M Knaebel and wife returned Monday from a visit in Belle Tenn A big car of American Fence will be In next week Hickman Hdw Co Inc Misses Ida Morgan and Ottie May Williams of Union City were the recent guests of Miss Bowen Sheriff Jas Davis of Tiptonville passed through Hickman Sunday with four prisoners enroute to Nashville Miss Maggie Henry and Mr Perkins Kirkland of Fulton were united in wedlock Tuesday of lust week Mr Morrison the Fire Insurance man was in town thlsweek looking otter business connected with his companyHugh Ed the little 4 year old Mayeruhome Tuesday and broke his left arm Dr Prather was called and dressed the wound and the little fellow IIs getting along nicely con sidering the severity of the acci dent The Indictment against Ben Parker of Mayfield charging him with mur der arson and several other felony charges was declared void on account of unusual circumstances The foreman of the grand jury failed to sign the indictment IiYVLc1VVTiICellror Want CetiAJII U lcif4mc1iiINnnp aaMlaU adoun 1- AAAAA VAAA WetHlrknaD peahayFUR SALEThree mulesone Jrney milch cow May be seen on Troy road W W C Wilson yearoldworkyoung unbroken horse 43 Bruce Henry FOR SALE Some Fancy Saddle and Harness Horses and Mares also some good young muleJ C HiftULEX 43 HELP WANTEDWe pay 10 to 25 for names of people in your particularsA SEED CORN FOR SALEWe have secured pure white 51 Charles CharlesCounty anywillKin J F S L Dodds Co 43 FOR SALEA first class room ing house on the main street 18 monthClearang AddresSCairo III 414 Push dont pull 1 The river is falling Gasoline for sale at the Courier Office Wlleys candy made In Atlanta at Jones Cafe Sheriff Seat went to Crutahfield Monday on business Judge F S Moore went to Cairo Wednesday on business D M Brock the levee engineer was in Memphis first of the week Marion Provow Iis building some new residences in West Hickman Mrs C D Patton of near town Is visiting friends in Rutherford Tenn Jones bread rolls coffee cake pies and oakes are the best Tele phone 90- Nicholas Naifeh of New Mexico Is spending a couple of weeks in Htckman Mrs MArion Provow left Saturday night for Portagevllle Mo to visit her mother J H Mobbs of East Hlokman will move to the Ward place south of town this week L D Overby and Clyde Vick both of Hickman enlisted In the navy while the Wasp was here last weekEarnest Mayfield Robert Roper- S A Wilkins and Walter Fowler of Cayce were in Hickman on busi ness Tuesday Mr Farmer If you want a har row see Chas Armstrong at Olivers old stand He does all kinds of repair work too 45 Kenneth Anderson of Charleston Mo formely a Hickman boy Is a candidate lor City Clerk of his town We trust Kenneth will win out J P Leggale who has been run ning a livery stable in the Dodds barn has bought out Steve Stahr Mr Dodds has converted his barn into a lumber shed The elsctric fan current will be generated this year at the Ice Fac tory Mr Caruthers has moved his dynamo there and will install a new steam engine to furnish the powerLouis Perry and family formerly of Hickman now of Clayton were in town Saturday and gave the Courier a pleasant call He says he Iis doing well and we are glad to hear It- Marvin Bowen a well known and popular young man of Cairo stabbed and killed a policeman in Cairo Thursday night last week while being arrested After the officer fell unconscious to the ground he escaped but was arrested at Fulton He claims self defense and had several cuts and gashes on bis head when arrested i 7J t r millineryf Jor Easter i Exclusive Stylo in Easter Millinery pronounced by all us the most perfect Millinery style Neon HO tar this season There is a touch of elegance nbout our pro ductions that appeal to overt woman of refined taste lOOJndividunl Huts for street dress or eveningII representing the boat styles of the present season at 100and 750 Misses and Childrens Fine Lingerie Hats embroidery50c up to 350 BALTZER DODDS Tom Smith was down from Fulton WednesdayJ has returned home from a visit in the country Mr J W Purcell of Route four has been sick but is better The Daughters of the American Revolution in Paduoah will give a flower carnival next week It is funny how a woman will forget how nice It was to sit up late courting when her daughter tries the same game- Sympathy Is alright and good In the right place but a Mayfield man extended 560 worth of sympathy to a confidence man ip Memphis last week and now he has no sympathy for himself L T Cooper of Dayton Ohio is creating a deal of excitement in St Louis He Is said to be doing a wonderful workIn some Instances making the deaf hear He has been made rich in a very short while through the remedies he sells Ed White who has been connect ed with the Hickman Grocery Color some time has resigned hisI position and will engage In the brokerage business in Union City Ed Metheny of Union City has been engaged to till the place made vacant by the resignation of Mr White Mrs Millie King has been sick Miss Bonnie Carpenter has been on the sick list this week Val Carpenter and Julian Choate went to Cairo Wednesday night Ernest King the drummer has returned to the road after a visit at homeMr WP Brown of Troy Tenn Is viiiting at the home of Val Car penter The Misses McConnell of Jordan were guests of Mrs H E Frather this week Misses Elizabeth Hutchinson and Zella Bruce of Dyer Tenn were the guests of Miss Bonnie Carpen ter last week Miss Lottie Hubbarti of Missouri has been a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Alec Barnes this week Mrs Archer Boogher of Roa noke Va who has been visiting her mother Mrs R T Tyler for several weeks has returned home accompanied by her brother Tom French A frog farm has been established at Siloam Springs by a company of citizens The business of the institution is to raise frogs for the market It Iis denominated a frog gery and the amount of capital invested is 10000 q NOTICE Your Water and Light rent iis due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off This took effect November 1 1006 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at the Ice factory Office open from 7 a nit until 6 p m any day except Sunday and on the 9th and 10th of eachmonth it iis open until 9 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co Inc- A O CARUTHEPS Mgr t jMeet Your F tItLAUDERD ALES- TONSORIALt PARLORS F I 13 Best in Hickman Hot and tfr I fi cold baths electric lights 9 fX and fans hydraulic chairs cfi I faod everything for comfort Clintca St fflcknon Er l- t Next door to Caruthers J r BeT DAViS ttovnn at CntU- Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Handles store- HJCKMAH KittTUci v- ABSOLUTELY The Best I I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries kiidft Handle R B BREVARD Hickman Ky 3 H AWRKE Tinningg PlurnDing igent for Standard Sanitary Goods Plumbing dono on short notice All work guaranteed Cask Book Store Splendid Selection NoW Sooks- Siaticnor31 Post Cards notions Zto Everything 1tsr Cufuy William Winter was arrested last week at Princeton on a bench war rant from the Circuit Court where he had been indicted on the charge of participating in the burning of tobacco factories in Princeton sev eral months ago He is being trytoIt is understood that several other indictments have been returned In connection with the burning of tobacco factories Farmers NewsScimitar and The Hickman Courier cne year11S- Men who make the most money get others to make it for them Irowiitlo will promptly cheak a cold nrttiuOrtppo when takim enrlr or lit the noeie tale lrornntki cure anted cultliM will IrovenUjM art mile Bandy mid cure lalilot and Hiioup Itaalno Wlfc will Klndymall jou Mnipktani n tmuk uu Uulda rev If you will write him TIIo wuntrto pmvo their nwrll tUeeli early Hold with 1Uoaod itop Imumoiit gold in Co and ato IJOU bjr sit dealer Its just as easy to be pleasant as I otherwise and it pays better I I 11 r 11I J ourirrrs jjZirntQw e Count no expense lou that makes the home more delightful We are happy in this world justf- proportion as we make others happy I When the last word Iis llkey to be an unkind one let some one else say It Marriage seems never so much a failure to a man as when something goes wrong at home that he cant possibly blame his wife for The kind of religion that tells in the long run Iis the kind that never howls and growls because there l no pudding on wash day Some men say they are perfectly willing to spend their whole lives In making their wives happy but the dont spend any money for the same purpose The housewife who at night raises the shades of her prettily furnished parlor that the world in passing may oatch a glimpse of the happy picture within Mees a good work for civilisation How often toes one hear a great I man say I owe everything to my home training or What I am my mother or my father made me And how often with truth the badl man the mean petty small man might say the same thing We never have more than we ear bear The present hour we are always able to endure As our day so Is our strength If the trials of many years were gathered into one theywould overwhelm us j therefore In pity to our little strength He sends first one fhen another then removes both and lays a third heavier perhaps than either i but all is so wisely measured to our strength that the bruised weed is never brok en We do not look enough at our trials in this continuous and success ive view Each one Iis sent to teach us something and altogether they have a lesson which is beyond th power of any to teach alone HOME Cherish the home with infinite ten derness You cannot love it too much nor give it too much time and thought Remember life has noth ing better to offer you 5 it is the giftsMakesweet It will not last long See to it that you plant no seeds of bitter memory that there will be n I youin1 die and go hence with your words and spirits planted in their eternal golromlive as you have taught them to be strong or weak according to the spirit you hive engrafted upon them How you will yearn for them whether living or dead How sweet or how bitter will be the days when they prattled about you in the home from which they have gone forever i So live with them and train them now that when they are gone you and they can look back on the pastl with thankfulness and not regret GOOD COMPANY Young men are often at a loss to spendingtheirsuggestionsEvil communications corrupt good manners and in like manner good associations exert a most beneficial1 influenceThe of a refined and intel ligent lady shculd be desired If you nave a trge woman for a friend you have in her a treasure indeed Seek her society whenever practic able not necessarily as a lover but as an earnest friend and com panion No matter if her conver sation does not sparkle with wit or not exhibit profound culture and erudition No matter if you are acquainted with all her home amuse bybeartlose all relish for vicious pleasures and receive mental and moral im provement spollebynever unbends The mothers rheu seehowlaughCitUdlshi I parliament lasting order Balls and tops in that house are a nuisance and the paper that the boy is expected to relish most is geometry a little sweetened by the chalk of blackboards For cheer ful reading the father would re commend Youngs Night Thots Hervey Meditations Amoi Iand Tombs II wIIburst away into all riotous llvim He will be so glad to get out Bgypt that he will jump into th Red Sea The hardest colts 11 onteh are those that have a long Restraintsnarc necessary but there must tx some outlet Too high a dam will overflow all mClldowI MATRIMONIAL DONTS Dont many the young man leaves his mother to find her w hJI home as best she can on a dark night while without thot or a word ot apology to the old lady he looks after you One of these days when the novelty is worn off he will leave canswhile he seeks his enjoyment at the dubDont marry a man who curls a scornful lip when religion and the hasyall the mistakes of Moses and the misdeeds of Solomon on his tongues end A copy of Ingersols lectures on his parlor table instead of the family Bible iis a very poor guaran tee of happy family life Dont marry a man whose friends smile at each other when his name is mentioned and say Well we hope he will come out all right out he is towing a few wild oats now Remember that what is sown before marriage is reaped after marriage It will be very awkward for you to be obliged to reap that crop one if these days i and if you marry oral you will have the most of It to gath er in Dont marry a man whose linen Is more spotless than his character whose shirtcollar is more Inflexible than his integrity and whose neck tie is the only immaculate thing about him Collars and sulfa and neckties are 111 very well but they do not make up a good husband too they do very well on a tailors dumny Integrity of character is as much more important than these things as a man is of more Import ance to the world than a dude CURES CANCER AND BLOOD POISON you here blood poinon produelptrtlF eIlon pimplee uleenwell i eland swap and rUiRifi busies ItetUn kln eoppvr rpelcblxgmoathorthroattalllrshalrtoa tRlttNicol HaRm MIL8Ii till tke txttKH lit Ik bfcMwl cuofi all ere ntp UttH tawl hard iwelllna mbtWo MXM MM pnlMitepaMl a med ef led wwl MM e of Wood Potkperertlnritltnonweleaexeauettre1- st ulcer pri4 nt pimple of aM kind curt tlM worst humor ur tuppratlM iwHI last TbOHMBds rural bjr II It H after all iw fall 1111 II cumpoedit pure botanic ImrrrdlMU Im rev the dlvMtton tame the loud pure end rMh top the awful plnThpltedl 5oerttwtteYWsandfree metilcai adTe a Ir voted IMler 1err 600 Dot Contest The Farmers News Scimitar the MemphlNefarm paper has a circulation of over 100000 each week and is indispen sable to every farmer and should be in every Southern home Every member of the Farmers Union should be a subscriber to this great paper which IIs only 25 cents a year52 numbers over 416 pagesLiberal agentsbesidesa gold watch each month to the largest club raiser also 50000 given away to subscribers in an interesting Dot Counting Contest A postal card with your name and particularsWrite News Scimitar Memphis Tenn UhMUHJitl ufT rr eaR have a frro am wUbIAnrHkooWIlllplAIRhow1 erulldrtv lth utiiatlim out of I lie Idrud ThU IteiHMljr I not a relief only It nliui lo clear the liloml entlrnly of llheuinn the polnoni and then Itlivumatltni ulut dill a natural duMb Hold by all dealer The Taking Cold Habit The old cold cocs a new one quickly comes Its the story lungsdconsumptionAyers breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor about it The beet kind ol A testimonial Sold lor Deer Blxty y sr Med bfyOAreOs4wllMuenrbtar S4RIrAItIUAlJe peubIAyorepIf4e l Weak KidneysIII wt Jt TW tied r= IIrt r wd the tfhoaf their watrwa not In the orpa r= mp iwlOlYo j ts sinsireii- w W I atinerrdarof KsM erlhuorot r dldmins or tlaDnlU1l kid try I V Hiiooui llMtonUfo a tnonlb hLtisorilId wn nut ad wilt do lorruu lnU1M roommsln4p en Dr Shoops RestorativeALL Routes One And Two Last weeks items Mrs OUt McCury visited her mother Mrs Kuhn Friday Tom Pliant visited his sister Mrs Sid Hamby Sunday Miss Kattie Lattus visited Miss Pearl Keath Sunday afternoon Miss QUa Page spent Sunday night with Miss Emmie Werner Mrs Jasper Edwards visited her mother and sister Sunday evening- A crowd of young folks attended the meeting at Hlokman this week Sam Brown and wife spent the day with John Barnett and wife SundayWillie Brown visited hU uncle Tom Pollock Saturday night and SundayMiss Gladis and Greta Benthall visited Miss Gussle Werner Sunday afternoonWillie Brown will leave in a few days for Mississippi to be gene for quite awhile Mrs Werner and Mrs Cree 5 spent Sunday evening with Mrs Minnie Fethe Miss Emmie WernerI and Olla Page visited Miss cUe Wilson Sunday evening Mr Julias Freru an Meter visited their aetae Mrs Lydia Page in the country Sunday Miss Blva Wilson from route two has gone to Arkansas to be gon for quite awhile Miss Gussle Werner and Miss Llllie William visited Gladys and Greta Bentbatl Friday Spurlln Griffie and wife from Ickraan visited their aunt Mrs I Bettie Wilson Sunday evening This is worth Saving The following simple homemade mixture iIs said to relieve any form of rheumatism or backache als cleanse and strengthen the kidneys and bladder overcoming all urinary disordeis if taken before the stage of Brights disease FtaW extract dandchoo one half ounce Com pound kargon one ounce Com pound syrup sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shakirg well in a bottle and take la teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedtime A wellknown authority states that these ingredients are mainly of ve geteable extraction and harmless to- use t and can be obtained at small cost from any good prescription theyhavelame back or weak bladder or rheu matism should give this prescription a trial as no harm can possibly tel low its use and it is said to do won ders for some people J44 42 rbrUntarrhlM meMMHj you teehte to hrtrtJCatarrhthatsYlamentI 1 thrust Ifaktt the tre tilt atYl ere A JeriWPOlto ice department officials are looking forward with interest to the putting into effect of the law permitting the transmission of letter- and packages for special delivery- where the necessary ten cents postage is attached in addition to the ordinary postage The law will become effective July 1 next and i idtended to do away with the necessity for the usual special de livery stamp It is believed at the department that a considerable in crease of business will result from the new system of special delivery LISTEN a upfoilairl marl1 naursllalIlnikrdtixowdnltlnent IleriatealTana1111111preylottl plesiii tbltuyourllalkw4e4nt Hlllton A rich coal territory Iis to be opened up in the Kentucky moun tains by the extension of the Southern Railroad from Mlddlesboro to Harlan courthouse a distance of forty miles I IOuallne at the Courier Office iII 4 laur11- I d1t represent the Fulton Steam Laundry and will appreciate a share of your patronage Basket at Bradley Parhams i loaves Tues Jay Will call for your laundry Chester HATHO Good CO 450ataetsia Irl11hII Phone No7or No7 DeI3ow HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISH I Tom Dillon Sr Pro Suwcsior Marble and iranit HICKMAN KENTUCKY M JIII Will build you e A HOMEON IttAMY Stt NTllT V lA + d H- It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I the only complete line of building matttr hardware and doors to be tn the it v are right You be DM judge call and S- MViT A DCDDS YOU A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guarantee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds to me Log and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters YnHICKMAN KENTlCKY J7erners JYlerctiaots t CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Tlmt wo offer to depositors OUfi ducomoMta nro of sooondnry imporUn Upon tins Guarantee solicit your putrom J A MlQMIWiV I fl 11 BUOnANAiX ProMdont DtEEOrOes II l J J 0 IIOSIMJUANT u THKJIf 111 ALKXAMIKK hr J MIU J MmT Threes States Items SundaybutI reasII the last few days Mr Coleman to Hickman Friday tn attend the revival The river iis bank full an over flow is inevitable it seems Tom Hubbard visited his folks Sunday on Sugar Tree Ridge AngellBattsa Mr Barnes has been with his family at Hickman since Tuesday Ivin Jones and Tom Hubbard MadridWednesday Miss Ollie Hubbard went to Hick man Tuesday where she expects to make her for awhile FloydSanders theMoundsFrank Shanks who went to Nash I 1 iL oj j Ttnlit- i l Dillon Coal I K tsrB CI Monuments UR ofKinds carry soon found WANT come Chains we UtHlVAS U went home vlllt lost week ftSaturday He rtpv Miss Frankie iu j iIJJOI returned f Tuesday Mr Bryant charter i J barge and went up tb t- It J corn was quite t v the people as roads w r condition to haul ALICE ROOSEVELT SVi J sun MMiiethlnif lo Is i of fililorj IIMW loaI lie IIIttPt ul inter r t1 for Mlloui hebalai Iu tHillin ldtia lbs k- hItthui Is lb ire n Iknowii llavu Uttt111 I wulby VlI1rlll Irua Y111Mit1ice Love never counts thl 4st F ably because It selJutugl price Dont forget Cotton ire v when In need of hose u etc They can furnish yluu sprinklers