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J iynsAAA- Nlil IVY YY Y TIDE HIeKMIN COURIER S i tilram tot Pull the Commercial Wagon up Hi HillJt success The Courier hey t pOldMan and Lets Hitch Up v JV J v r v 1 KD U HICKMANWUOLJHO 3174 raK rnNtOCIf ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAS 1859 i II court proceed i iis Regular Term of Fulton County Fiscal Court After Quay SeuionMany Accounts AllUf1 Steel Bridges to be Built Sheriff deal bkca Settlement Oihojr Business ril 2 1907 J i UK Fallen t WM sibs day he cLy f- hosei tIr the en t and pro- Naylor 1 1uLt s wapi S 4p- pl nd R Ar al I guds- wh t d- laMi g cklkts- n S Y levee J rF as J S3 2W 300I200 3 00 100- I 700 200 300r- ICd 200- i 4 page 3 60 3 3 1 200 3UM r 200 aI2 00- ii 200 375 900- I II 30027S 200 3- Y II 300- Y 330 II 77tlD 7 384- I t AUTATU W 47L SlQ 001 1D00 It DO 12 em Itl OD is 00 1000 12 00 ti 00tii II 100 IPuperI 3550- tIIt work 823 tor s SO enI 800- as uom S 00- YIQtcal r 13 50- E I L 10L 16 70I t- torurap F 1000rest I aipatting 8 SoI pauper 6 00- nandhe i i 9 60 t supplies 1100- F r srppllce 21 00 slumber k 33 26 d supplies 74 73- I i road 3 00 r P Datt- Is 4000 mdtoaluu is 2200 on road S7 CO r corpses 4 00 p ry hire 1 001- u n road 500 i Su75books i t S Stafford medical service 5 00 A J Hunxlker work on scrap+ r eo BillIe Svwell bridge lluMber 1c9- It M Bank Assignee I 165 SO John W Mayfield hauling lumber 80 C A Bofldurant hauling luirtwr 600 Dr P B Quito medical vices 57 00 Haylor Moro Co assignee J 00 W T Bradley road work 900 W B Cerum making ill 300 T J Kotters n bridge work 25 00 Naylor Mere Ce supplies 64 17 T Repel assignee 5 25 W F MMig mry supplies 14 SO A A Oliver hauling lumber 7 50 W WniUras assignee 9 55 W Williams assignee 10 00 Burns McClcllaa Umber 18 SOW E C rum hauH x ImMier 32 00 X E C A Boadtirant battling himbcr 208 46 W B Cvrum hauling lumber 40 30 L B Seeds ape 15 00 R T Tyler Insurance avert hose M7 50 Taytor Rystcr deoUea- wppttos 2 85 City of HMtjMH disease expose 39 00 Illckmaa Hank assignee 59 70 R M Metheny assignee 16 00 W P Jdfries Bros bridgework 26 00 Farmers Hadware Ce wire 10 65 R H K1rkllumber 128 48 Onicren that Court be new ad itumed until Wednesday April 3 1907 at 9 00 eVfeww m- WEOKNNMY APMbJ1907 OMrt met pursuant to an order sf AiJjnurameii t if vjstenfoy present and prOlWIltg the Hon W A Nay ter Judge The follewing Magistrates were reent and answered to roll call QIMoCrcar bushes was had t Dr J M Alexander aalary health eo r 200 00 J P Leggate service ren derod 1 SO A I Johnson janitor salary 15 On P 6 Cunningham contract 5 00 J R Donnell Read work 93 25 Johnson Sflhlenker Asse 674 91 IS Stafford medical service 5 00 Graham Johnswi pauper coffin 6 00 Helm Ellison all wppHos 2 65 Bradley Parham Jon sup plies 3 70 harmers Hardware Co Jail supplies 3 22 Ballast Dodds Jail sup plies 21 15 Dr S W Luten Jail sup piles 9 00 Smith If Amberg jail sup plies 2S 40 W A Dodds Jail supplies 17 29 C A Holcombe Jail supples 6 05 11 C Amberg jail supplies 13 80 Hickman Furniture Co jail supplies 37 25 M Derende Co books supplies 217 Cotton Adams jail supplies 7 70 Ellison Bros Jill suppljes 12 58 Shaw Bettersworth pauper suppliesr 1 SO Cowgill Drug Co Jail sup plies 28 10 Hickman Hardware Co jail supplies 18 60 Hickman Ice Coal Co jail in 15 A F su Sliver pauper account 11 SQ Mrs M E Burtchett pauper account 47 00 Dr Hugh Ed Pralhcr pau per account 93 00 Dr J M Hubbard pauper account J6 00 A J Johnson services court houseS 00 Fannie Monroe pauper ac count 7 00 Mrs Pearson pauper ac count 16 00 Mrs Willie Pearson pauper account 19 50 Miss Dora Smith salary Co 346 soSupt rw r Our Mllmnery Dept Isfifill tho oliiuf nttmciion of tlio Htnro Wo have tefipt it HO and will uOIltinno to do 80 lJy giving itt flU air of MOWIKHS nnd Htvlo Tliia sw okwr wnnt to call your GHiMurfnl alien trtoii to n lino of medium priced Street and Tuilorajl Hats whioll vo huvo jU8t roolvldmndo of hruids on nowoab Hlmpus becomingly trim ntotl with ohMftfn rllihniiH nlldjj quills Thoflo arc Special Valuesand lilQKit your iittQnfclCfii Vo also hatu HOIWJ now things for OhTUlron in Sailor shapes Ladles Waists Ladle White Waists of good quality sheer India linen with embroiderled fronts short and long sleevos some special numbers to sell at 1OO and 125 While Waists of nest linen tucked fronts aM revs of wide insertion long and short steera good vafco at 200 to 250 While Wash Mk Waists with tucked and orabraWeriod frosts long and short sleeves splendid values at 300 to 5QO r VVt1b y lIan Scluffner W Mirx Boys Clothes We can say without fear of being contradic tion that we carry the most complete stock of boys clothing in Hickman We want you to see the stock and agree with us Every suit is the famous PERFECTION make and sold under a guarantee of satisfac lion or money bank The styles range from Russian and Sailor blouse for the little men to Knickerbocker or straight knee for the larger boys Prices 150 to 6M JC Morris pauper claim IS 00 B F Chambers repairing 2 00scraper Ordered that J A Lelp be refund ed 412 County laxI for 1906 and certified to Auditor Ordered that A A Oliver be ex honerated with 90000 at 3Sc per 10000 for County and certified to Ladles Skirts Ladies black and plaid mohair Skirts good quality front laid with deep pleats some strong numbers aL 225 to 300 Skirts of black chiffon Panama solid grey and plaid effects Fashioned in latest style with pleats and finished with buttons some very popular numbers 450 to 750 Misses Skirts of newest Plaid effects and solid blue mohair wide pleats and trimmed with buttons prices 250 to 300 lfJigh T ned Clothes- ci Youll find the Hart Schaffner Marx clothes in our store as goodevidence of our good quality as you can ask CJ Allwool correct style perfect tailoring and a fit guaranteed q The same standard of quality all through the store cAsk the Man Who Knols OxfordsII Men Shoes and Our stock of Spring Shoes and Oxfords offers large range of selection both in style and prices This season our Florhcim and CroMctt Shoes At 350 4 5 Are particular strong are better selected and repro Boats better values than ever before See them I Smith Amberg Auditor Oidered that Annie and attic bigmon be exhonerated with 95000 at 3Sc per 10000 for County and certified to Auditor Ordered that T W Jackson be re funded 214 County tax and certi tied to Auditor- Ordered that W H Treas Guard I IJ t i I I 11 I at a ian for David Mayes be exhonerated with 145000 at 35c per 10000 for County and certified to the AudiI torOrdered that G W Pewitt be ex honerated with 47000 at 35c per 100 for County and certified to AuditorOrdered that J W Pewitt be ex s i 1esttlvslq All IPriI honerated with 350 at 35cper S100 for County and certified to Auditor Tom Macklln refunded poll tax I 00 B Ladd refunded poll tax 1 00 Geo Howard refunded poll tax 1 00 J W Amroons refunded poll tax 1 CO Ordered that J I Jennings be ex honerated with 700 at 35c per S100 for County and certified to the Auditor W F Uibhs refunded poll tax 1 00 Ordered that R P Clark be exhort perIAuditorOrdered that S L Dodds be refunded the sum of 12422 for taxes out of 1906 levy Ordered that Harriet Freeman be exhonf rated with 15000 at 35c per S100 and certified to AudltorCoun ty Si 52 and certified to Auditor for 75cOrdered that C H Wilson be eX honerated with 140 county tax and certified to Auditor for 200 Ordered that J A Cotton be exr honetated with 55c County tax and certified to Auditor for 75c Ordered that C B Travis Guardian be exbonerated with 75000 at J5c per Sloo for County and certified to AuditorFrom the allowing of the account of Muse heirs T N Smith County Attorney objects and excepts and prays an appeal to the Circuit Court which is granted Motion made and seconded that County Committee of three himselfbeing cne of the number to have levee built on Union road and on Palestine Lodgton road and repair Mud Creek levee Following Committee appointed W A Naylor R A Browder and J W WilliamsJones Carpenter Election y f room6ODi r Hickman Lumber Planing tf 3i4MRogers9 plies 7519 H F Remley Atty Muse Heirs Tax 6975 City of Hickman refunded s tax 7975 J A Noonan Jailor fees 320 50 J W Williams bridge and levee work 47 00 G W Whipple road work 6 00 J T Seat services Sheriff 199 00 T N Smith Salary Co Atty 350 00 W A Naylor Salary Co Judge 200 00 S T Roper Services Co Clerk 130 40 S J Ctosk pauper account 16 00 J F Fall trustee Rachel Mann W A W Fowler Aapll 32 90 J Hays Blair tnPK Wills 4 50 OP J W Benton trustee Benton Idiot 25 00 Mrs T W Cottrell trustee for pauper 25 00 E N Sansom assessing 23 45 A S Hamby building bridge 25 00 Pierce Ccquin Co lumber 40 00 J W Morris making Sheriff settlement 30 00 R A Browder two days 6 00 f J W Williams I 6 00 00IsI S Q McCreary extra work 6 00 Motion made and passed that R A Browder have bridge built on Fulton and Rocksprings read near Rock SpringsMotion made and passed that W A Naylor and R A Browder be appoint ed a Committee to see about levee on Fulton and Beelerton road Motion made and passed that W i A Naylor T N Smith and G W Whipple be appointed a Committee to see about building steel bridge on Dresden road across Snap Neck CreekThis day came J T Scat Sheriff of Fulton County and Goalder Johnson Deputy Sheriff and each took the oath as required by Sec 4251 as required by the Kentucky Statutes as to certifying to delinquent list and 848 polls at 100 each amount ing to 34800 were allowed the said Seat as delinquent and 46898 was allowed the same said Seat as delin quent personal property This day came J W Morris Special Commissioner appointed to make aettlement with Sheriff and presented his settlement which was accepted and ordered to be filed and Continued on 8th page x st 2 Ellison Bros Our brilliant displays of New Spring Merchandise are bringing i crowds daily and they justly merit it Absolutely without equal in precedent- is this gathering of highclass attire and materials for Men Women and Chil o drens wear embracing in extensive variety the choicest best and most select of of the seasons offerings at prices so strikingly reasonable as to evoke genuine surprise from critical purchasers who are judges of value and who have shopped rT around COME AND LOOK We are always glad to see your FASHION FAVORS PRETTY WASH FABRICS THIS SEASON And we have a tremendous stock of the most stylish weaves embracing the largest variety of prominent and if Our Complete Readyto Wear Section Another big shipment of Ladies Muses Childrens Trimmed Dress and Street Hats just received making our assortment complete These Hats are won ders at the prices asked Handsome stylish trimmed Hats in the popular and exclusive shapes and shades atH 450 350 and 250 Smart and nobby Street Hats under less than usual prices 2 150 1 50c Childrens Hats and Caps in all the latest effects Stylish Skirts and Waists The largest collection and widest variety of stylish skirts and waists ever offered in Hickznan at prices much lower than value Handsome high grade tailored Skirts made of light weight sheer allwool fabrics in black and colors that are unexcelled for style and fit Regular 7 SO values at 650 and 6 Wash Waists in exceeding great variety of stylish models in many beautiful effects Pretty Lawn Waists all slzti white and fancy designs Embroidery trimmed splendid values at 75c and 50c Beautiful White Lawn Waists in newest effects worth 200 175 and 150 Fine White waists elaborately trimmed in Lace in sertions and Wide Embroideries in Lingerie and fine Scotch Batistes Worth JSO at 275 and 250 Beautiful Silk Waists in the latest modes at I 350 30O and 250 House Furnishing- We are showing a large assortment of House fur nishings of every kind Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths Window Shades Lace Curtains Etc In wide variety Rugs from50cto 2750 Special showing of 9x12 ft room size Art Squares in Tapstry Brussels Patterns IIt15oo and 2000 Axminster Velvet Rugs 9x122500 and 2750 popular fabrics ever gotten together in Hickman High grndo Wash Dross Fabrics Zophyr QiiiSliams and Cheviots Spider Time Suitings Scotch and German HntisteH Lnwna oto in all fcho seasons newest oflbutH stripes chocks dots rings oto in all tho nowost color combinations also solid colors nil mnrkud at nitioh less than uaunl prices 123c1525c 30c and 35c Hundreds of different price noW patterns stripes plaids lots flor al olleots eto nil colors nWII81ind Untistas at remarkably low prices 5c 8c lOc and 12gc Washable Dross Ginghams in ninny pretty assortments regular 12 l2o values at lOc Special Showing of Boys Clothing The most complete showing of boys cloth ing in Hickman Values that are phenomenal and matchless Clothes that suit the boy and please the mother Boys double breasted Suits or atusplaidand mix r Tweeds and Cassimere at 150 Boy double breasted Suits of good quality Tweeds Cassi meres and Cheviots good 3 values a1 250 Boys double breasted and Norfolk Suits in big variety of very handsome and stylish patterns Cassimeres and Cheviots splendid quality decided 4 values at 350 Boys Spring Suits 3 to 16 years the double breasted style for the big boy Russian and Sailor blouse for the little men Knick erbocker or straight knee pants in blue serge or popular grays and fancies values usually sold at 650 and 7450 500 and 600 Boys good quality Knee Pants Worsted and Tweeds in stylish mixtures 35c and 25c Boys Knee Pants made from all wool Cheviots and Tweeds stylish mixtures almost any color and any ize 4 to 16 years all woolmaterial and 75c values special 50c Boys fine quality Knee Pants in blue serge and fancy stylish mixtures regular 125 values at 100 Boys Caps College Golf and Yacht styles 50 and 25c 1 Mens ClothingA- n Unprecedented Suit Sole Affording you a most opportune time to buy a splendidl suill for less than the actual cost of production Wo are I CLOSING OUT our entire stock of lions and Young Mens clothing consisting of somo 450 suits While these suits wore not bought this season they are all good quality in quite a variety of materially mixtures black etc and the styles are good These sails are such as sell regularly at 1250 15 1G60 1850 20 and 2250 made of splendid serviceable materials and you will got a rare bargain if you will come look through and find a fit We oflor thorn at about fi = Half Price and Lessf New Dress Fabrics And Splendid Silks Weve the largest and best line of Dress Goods and Silks it has ever ben our pleasure to show you You are interested in these goods and we invite your dOle inspection la black aad colors we show a pr meat of Voile Light weight fananu MotMirt Il60c 60 75 51and 1 25 la toe Tailoring and Setting s we th w sifM WI Moat Oita sssa All thr ed oew celortop broke dioetcs over stripes hair HUM M right gradreieotat 5Qc 75c100 Desirable Silks We are tbowiag an ezioiMivc an qalnWhttegradea sf icrnceftWe Mitt Irtw JOt to 1 In fajHrf silks we have quite an autrtmnt patterns of the teaioHi lest effects for Vi 4 JMltf The newest pitterr stripes UC Mia nght srearwl k pendM ttdltlr OOc- HandMMiie Sftai ROBMH stripes and eta at r 100 and 85c An oisl wrtty 36 loth Blac 12J rat 1 00 White Wash SltV splendid quality J1If SOc F Laces Embroideries wxtnt OOOM tire The largest and most comprehefime lir broideries Laces While Goods LMKM brought to Hlokman Positively every kr v of ptaia white fabric Iis shown and nut Pimoy Patterns all at lowest price- 5pscial showing of Embroideries Edgm sertions to match In Swiss Cambric ha Hamburg olfecti from the very narrow wide Allovers and Flounaings DtC au Val Laces at Sc and lOo worth double Mens Furnishings Hats Tno newest style in the very shupo and situ that will tsuit you Straw HatS Extremely hobby showing OfYaohtannd Panama OxfordsOllUUb Lot us lit c vi1 PantsA largo assortment of Mons Pnnts ranging from boo sutnm r ltns to GOO and 700all wool mixtures in tho latest pattern Shirts All kinds of Blurts white shirts fancy aliirtR newest pntt nti plain or plaited Hhirts negligee shirts dross shirts Ilini and Mohair lion shirts Famous Monarch Shirts 100 Neckwear Fancy Vests Arrow Brand Collars Hankker chiefs Hosiery Underwear Gloves Suspenders Belts EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT HICKMAN KY ELLISON EROSHICKMAN KY Ii Y r- i IN THE STUD i Iw IJ At ateyood Stock Farm Hickman Icy r ALFRED G 12452 d ItRecord219 This great horse is conceded to be one of the greatest harness horse sires of latheprrent day Having sired three with records better than 210 and forty others withthan 230 He is 153 handst f + helter high rich brown In color and has the butf frr d tHMlion As to being a sire that is the best that has ever been jn Western Ken Ul KV or Tennessee he needs no recommendation e AltrcdTERMS for the season of 1907 3000 DR ROAN 44832 l This young horse Is the grandest bred fellow in Kentucky He is by Alfred QIi 4end lib tint dam is that greatest of great broodmares SPANISH MAIDEN dam of t 1 I32t133I Margrave 2l5 sold 14BIl lIappyItdztet MM and substance and has a great flight of speed This hone will not make a- IHIt rear this year Will be used for my private use i IIRASCIBLE SQUIRREL 2808 Black Horse 16 hands high foaled 1901 IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL is the blackest of black horses with the best of dispf si PV riM thane and tail has length of neck and the best back that any horse ever hadf fNtrl sure bona and a great deal of substance He has fine action at all the gaits He is drr a hrrwltr and his pedigree cannot be improved upon as a saddle horse This horse t thetjd sireWatersl i v apkl His first third fourth anti fifth dams woo all noted saddle mares going a- ter T wk pace and trot also the rack naturally fast and easy There is no saddle itI n wiin as many natural gaits saddle dams as this one t1f RMS tor the season of 1907 2000 to insure Due when mare proves to be in foal SEASON OPENED MARCH 15 1907 Tabulated pedigrees off the above mentioned stallions will be furnished upon ifii argon It will give us great pleasure to show these horses to the breeding public- A + IN and aM times WfOR SALEA few choice harnessbred colts and fillys OAKWOOD STOCK FARM- R A TYLER Prop j gratItt CopUl Is Itlr 202 OfOarVi 7M m of IIotllrb el- II 1 1M4 i MloWgan f 10 4fl Ted net w it frel heveI of Me tdN feet ulbaet eLt Ute great the tiMjtti If water Dwell be mot Ontarte wwW r MN1Yts ha torn a1Mi of the mMh n tM 1Ile w1- n rrYNI l l IttMi- el N l Serct Marriage narriagc stlemniied A trat w ok age butt hI psiK Alt printed t ttt tile time hat just W If hi taken from n TOM Democrats with a romantic tinge 11uroU ownty young r ont of the leading I I e to light last Sun MN 3ula MliellO- WMMiity and Mr of poster Arkan KyiIng people met by Innt For some- tccidod I i l to keep tbejj net for a short time atI ounjkuly returned to Mr McAuley went to 1 J marfClayand left on the t Arktrr husband She was II Arkansas by Mr a W ho was going to that I C i ass Miss Mizell is 4 sling young lady and ofar 11 parWestport t r ThelltI 7 tae wish them much bppLQtJI With Its SECURITY STQiOQAOIICapital With The ASSURANCE That every reasonable re quirement caR be met with its unexcelled faotlfllos With lu RECORD Fir safe and conservative management in the past that promises suoh In the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers its customers a service that is second to none Three States Alec Barnes skipped some begs on Peters Lee Saturday Owing to lateness of overflow and oontlnued rains crops will be late not a seed of any kind has been planted yet in this neigbborhoodjj Miss Mattie Coleman returned home after a pleasant visit with j friends at Hickman while there she attended the Harris Stover revival Tom Hubbard received a message Ij from his brother Howard I Tuesday that he had pneumonia He is better and In a fair way to recover Eczema Is Now Curable ZKMO a scientific preparation for external use fitopa Itching Instantly and dtror the germs that niion akin I dlfllUCII Fclema quickly Iulds and is permanently cured bl thL1 reUlnrknblo medicine All UruImiJltJc Writ for wm pie E W ItowMcd Co8t Loute Mo for sale by lletm of KlllnoH IThe Hickman Grocery Co Iis building a warehouse on the river t bank behind E C Rice Gos Hoc ureic X Weight Dead and Alive- It is a very popular idea that aI person whoa dyad weighs heavier thaa when living One reason that a doad body Is thought to be heav ier than a living one is probably this In carrying a living person wr have the cantor of gravity aJaptrd by the person carried to suit the owjvenlenoe of the carrier and maintained in a position as far as potsiDle to fall within the base of his body Again the elasticity of the strucure of the body especially the cartilages though not in reality diminishing the weight given an appearance of lightness as we see in the beautiful movements of the stag and this would seem to corroborate the notion that living crew j taro are lighter than the dead ones It has also been asserted that the breath makes the living body lighter than the dead But we need hardly say that a man when dead weighs no more than when alive Daily Paper For Only One Dollar a Year If you will subscribe for the Courier and give us a dollar extra we will have sent to your address the Louisville Dally Herald a year This gives you a daily paper six days in the week and the Courier a year for two dollars You must take advantage of this offer quick for the offer may be withdrawn at any time The Courier also clubs with all other leading papers weekly semiweekly and dally Come in and subscribe or pay up and take advantage of this remarkable offer GOOD JUDGEMENT II the tlH4IIU elll1Ulrrlltl of teen nNl- troNluN IIlvltwble to tNNI buues InN HINT nr1 SY hOIlM1Ie A YHMN hoar en rthau hr Tars 1vhll reamVerndtn e Cur her tasty Tile Ix t ttono nlpllel1e ester ulTlrI to mother binnr lud +wl Are the 11 I nudher+ woes tittle xapnvlot there nxu tNde lur tbu Yawl hrnltH or their rhtld- Yonhilf N uw 1111 fc oldobr UuwgtUsIrUit m ant lleliuAHlllMin The Hickman Furniture Co an experienced un1erInc keep I taker In their store at all times wall I i rllledII- tr d w 1 1Nlmwmmmm Of Methodist Church WehopeHC Barrett Percival Davis John Durham Miss Vernon Blakemorci Lewis Luq ford W P Adams Chas H Wilson Jodie King W H Daltzer Thelma Ballzer C FBaltzer Harvey Wlsemon Herman Choate Paul Choate Jno W Mcaohara W T Johnson Jne 0 Slubbs Mrs Lizzie Stubbs Goalder Johnson W H Caldwell E P Spann Alt C tUnlJ HPlikett Ethel Fields Prather Wells B C Durham Jr DeWItt Ayers Horace Ellis Chas A Johnson Nellje I Glazer Fay C Glaser Lillie May Hackett Mildred Pewitt Mrs Ludle Dames Cecil A Barnes Miss Marie Green Alice Coburn Miss Lou Montgomery Maud Kirk Miss Viok Kirk Swan Naylor Grace KImerer Mrs Ivle Barkett Myrtle Sarrett Bertie Williamson The above 45 on Profosoion of Faith Mr E P Spann Mrs Ella Henderson Lizzie Pioketi Mrs Henrietta PJokett Mrs Delay Robertson Mill Virginia Luten Miss Inez Luten Miss Mattie May Scay Miss Ruby Agustus Seay Mrs Lucy Wright The last Tb by Letter u The finest way in the world for the farmers to keep prices down is to tell the public how you oan raise wheat at 40 cents a bushel corn at 20 cents potatoes at 20 cents and everything else in proportion The government likes statistics of that sort and they help the speculator in estimating just how little he will give you for your stuff and not have you stop producing The gevern ment does not keep an experiment station to let you know how cheaply wagons can be manufactured and the makers are not rushing into print to tell you about it Because you ran count your labor worth a dollar a day and produce crops at half Cotton q AdamsBiggest Best Plumbing Esabllshmont Kentucky Want Plumbing Guttering Roofing Sheet Metal Hickman Kentucky For Saving Fuel I Take of soft brickbats and pound up into a moisten with water and mould into small bricks or balls and lay a grat or open stove the heat be increased through the increased com bustion and no ashes will be left These bricks or balls may be laid In the bottom of thn fire box of a baseburner stove and will the ashes and cinders from cloggin- the grate and shutting off the draft Eczema and Pimples byZ1MOKEMO draws the germs to the surface IearnFaMel Co t Louis Mo for- sample All Jrull eta sell uMO Fur Myi INS asiiilts r what some other man can who wants two dollars a day is no sign that you are smarter than he Is and because you can make money on farm under adverse circumstances is no sign that other men ought to do as well When conditions are soI that the average farmer makes as much mosey with the same effort as the average man in any business who works for himself the condit I will be about right What iit costs the average man on the aver age farm under ordinary circum stances allowing himself and hisi family fair wages for their work fair interest on the money invested and a fair profit is what should i regulate the prices of his products j i and In Western tu figure with you on TInninu Sanitary and Work pieces powder in and will prevent Ykee ataie ions IHow much have the railroads in rebates since the anti rebate law pallerlt And how much have they saved since the antipass la theey going to give the public the benefit of these increases in railroad earn- Ings If the rate law is going t help the railroads only its net bene fits arc small Nebraska will get aI part of her share by the twocentI frogm congress For Rent I want to rent my farm near Cayce also wheat land this fall 70 acres corn land to be rented thisI spring House outhouses etc on place i also Rood stables 45 R B SCBAKCE CAYCE Kr Help tile Horse 1 netntlout l onceAakboeonkWlagieibWhomeq MICA AXLE- GREASE anyotherwuh hrl moot coifof rrdllcnhleolltotwhewIt AsTMstMOltcstlrsor j Edisons New Life It Is said that Thomas A Edison will devote the remainder of his life to the good of the public A good many people consider that Mr Edi son has already done much for the public but in its assertion that he will hereafter work for the public he tacitly admits that he has heretofore been looking out for the interests of Thomas A We can all forgive him however as it is altogether likely that if he hadnt done so the dear people would have left him to starve Under the conditions that exist any man would be considered foolish who givts up all his time to the public unless situated so that he can afford it without inconvenience to himself Time was in the worlds history when the philosopher and the sage were looked up to by all the people even including kings and rulers and what tea things they needed were gladly lurnished by the people but the sage and the phlloio pher of today must hustle for his bread first and philosophize after ward Mr Edison has his larder stocked for the remainder of his 1 time on earth and he will now take itime to breathe a few breaths then to work again A man who has lived the life Ellison has could not remain Idle While he hat wanted the money that has accrued from his labor be has worked from his love for labor and because he wanted to solve the problems that pre fl seated themstive to his ever fngen t ious mind No one begrudges Mr Edison the millions he may have i amauod for he robbed get them What a differencebetween the way we all regard Edt on and some other ptople we might mention The wNo lure Dnw Couch Wro rA k- Ntl kl IM an CtHlgtl OUnw frei like Dr N ooP1 JI I QMrij and hat been for rltl S Jtr Tlio NU 1IoIIIAw now noqulrwo hint f aNy pofean enter tutu a itHitfh mlxtiim It muil be printed nlietatiol Hal pnekaue Mfur Ibis raiMm tiMttner nab other houhl lnUt un Imrlna IM HtUiP 1 YipsN putw nHM ts i bilwl ftikhMun In H tnwt lijr taw bM on lb only Mfr tat It l tM M know II I w ln truly r tiHHly Take no cbMncMt VYttour rhIMrvu InMrt UM buwx f r H i ttlhnuppoeoitHurktnerot You nlwnw lilt on the Mfe Md hy drmnodlHa Dr HbuupK tomb lMr tltllluU rMe to aeeept sue other Kotd br nn denser This is worth Saving The following simple home made mixture is said to relieve any form of rheumatism or backache also cleanse and strengthen the kidneys and bladder overcoming all urinary disorders if taken before the stage extractdandelionpound kargon one ounce i Compound syrup sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shakirg well in a j bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedtime- A f wellknown authority states that these ingredients are mainly of v geteable extraction and harmless to use and can be obtained at smail I cost from any good prescript n pharmacy Those who think they have kidney trouble or suffer witn 1 lame back or weak bladder or rbeu tiwti 1tlow iis use and it is said to do won ders for some people 348 42 i tooknow tool alt Kentucky editors are not broke The Kentucky State news at Frankfort boasts of final vial success like this The Lowsllvine Post flies at its masthead 10 to speak the name of Wm H Taft for president in 1908 while the Bowling Green News floats the name t of William R Hearst Tnese would be public sentiment moulders will t find loves labor lost We have SIS In our inside pocket which says that neither will be within the mosey I t i r S Ls C THE HICKMAN GOURIER Cwwt Wad K Su It 11 fk AIr t L T DEALT W o sPEER J o SElTON EilUn ul Fr prittn ONE DOLLAR PER 1 CASH IN ADVANCE Kol tt d at tho HleUmnn KctilnoKy iiontefNu All M oud ul4111 umll matter C 0 = = Friday April 12 1007 Loosen up old man and give the band boys a few dollars Good band concerts all summer will bring lots of folks to town Thirtytwo convicts in Ute state penitentiary at Frankfort were baptized by immersion Sunday and special religious services held in the prison chapel The church inside the walls has added over 50 members within the last few months and is in a flourishing condition A storm Sunday afternoon did heavy damage in several parts of Kentucky the blow In places amounting to a tornado Besides the destruction near Ashland it blew down houses and barns near Mt Vernon and injured several peo ple but none dangerously President Roosevelt is to be the chief figure of the opening day of the Jamestown Exposition which takes place Friday April 26 They will begin at sunrise by a salute of his guns by the Norfolk light artillery blues commemorating the 300th anniversary of the first English settlement in America The Gleason Headlight published at Gleason Tenn has been sold to E GOOdin and he has taken charge The former owners Swaira Haley could not devote their whole time to the publication Heres wishing Mr Goodin all kinds of success and few delinquent subscribers In his journalistic undertaking One hundred days of this year are goneand no Carnegie library no Sikeston Southeasternno new steps to the courthouse no levee for West Hickmanno additional hitcbracks in Hickmanno better roadsno extension of city limits We might mention a dozen other things that should have the attention of our business men and the Com mercial Club Lets come out of our little nap and ginger up What we can do for this old town this year will be a plenty if well just get a hump on ourselves Optician Lout Here Mr W H Johnson of Tennessee an experienced optical special I 1st has been In Hickman this week preparatory to moving his family here He will hereafter practice his profession in Hickman Mr Johnson is an old resident of Hick man having left here thirty years ago He was a staunch friend of Geo Warren the founder of the Courier For the past several years he has been in a number of states but recently from Tennessee We wish him success and welcome him among us Woodland Mills parentsSunday Miss Mosel Brasfield visited Miss Lucyle Burrus Tuesday night Misses L G Clark and Jennie Burrus were the guests of Miss Brasfield Sunday We are sorry to note that Mrs A ATbomas is not so well this weekMrs Jefferson Bramham enter tained at luncheon Misses Fry and Irasakam Messrs John Sanders and Sdfor Bramham Mr and Mrs Kstto Davis and Tom Thomas ilea Thomas entertained the L SC last Wednesday afternoon California fruits and confectionery were served All the members but two were ptesent They report a Me UMe Several of the Band boys from Untet City catse over and helped ow boys out la the musical program el Mrs Whigs of tile Cabbage Ftttafc IM INCIe v fa 2 I What Have You Got in a tVICTOR TALKING MACHINE WHO knows what the King of Englands family name Is Thought so youre puzzled Oh yes you dq remember after consideration that his full name is Albert Edward Wettin but he has outgrown everything but Edward long ago Just so with the talking machine part of the Victor name Its a name outgrown and ought to be forgotten and yet we must admit its a machine but we are forgetting this and many of the Victors enthusiastic owners are doing likewise because its so lifelike- It must be confessed that it belongs to the family known as talking machines but thats outgrown too for the family is lost in the individuality of the Victor and really It isnt as a talking machine that it appeals to the public but as a live vocalist with a range as high as Melba and as low as Plancon Yes its a vocalist but its more Its an orchestra and still more as you shall see And after all Victor is enough for the King of Melodists just as Edward is sufficient for the ruler of Great Britain But what have you got In a Victor Yes we did say TOU And you havent one at all Please then Indulge us while we treat you as though you had and tell what you will have when you get it as though it were already yours It will be an imaginative description if you pleaseWe out on Broadway now and we are craning our necks to catch the head of the procession which Is about to pass Its coming i hear that Thats the incomparable Sousa See the drum major What a burst of brazen melody that is I Can you hear that trombone solo i and now the full band again such a climax what precision I But Ufades on come the paraders and the sound iis lost in the distance Thats one thing youve got in a Victor But we have turned down a side street by this time and theres a street fakir telling his story spinning his yarn Whats that hes saying Ob hes telling the story of the patent med- iCine man Record 3065 You stop and listen you cant help yourself and your sides shake as you turn away when the sig nal comes Beat it the cop I But all the time you have been listening to that Victor record you have in imagination been standing down there on the street corner But the sun shines and it is hot and you say Come lets go to Coney Island And the first thing that attracts us there is a good vaudeville show Surely enough with record after record of coon song Irish love sung banjo solo The man who spent three weeks in the insurance business quartet med legs and a lot more we passed an hour and a half and didnt know where the time had gone On the way out we heard a man whisper in confidential tones to another something about a dog fight Our blood is up and we are in for fun so the dog fight comes next A very exciting encounter Record 860 which ends in the triumph ot Donovans dog and we all come slung down and celebrate the victory of Donovans dog Thats about as low down as a Victor Talking Machine will take us but you can already see that youve got a firstrate va riety show tied up in and its records But lets take a trip in the opposite direction Mind you its the same Victor which is taking us to the opera tonight when the seats are five and ten dollars apiece No we dont have to put on our dress suits nor must we eat a late supper with consequent bad digestion and a worse temper the next day Here we are with fine seats and the pro gramme before us What a cast I Caruso Melba Semb rich Gadski Patti Campanari Tamagno Calve Eames Scotti Plancon Before we are aware of ft Caruso iis on the stage and singing Celeste Aida The next we know we are pinching ourselves to be sure we didnt see him Surely we could see his breast heave as he recovered from one of those masterfully sustained notes He Iis indeed an incomparable artist One after another the stars appear sing shine and are re called while we can hear even the applause that greets each and surely here is enough to justify the wildest enthusiasm for a machine which can SQL materialize the spirit of song But thIn Is the perfume of a memory That old ballad Ben Bolt brings back the odor of spring in a village cottage years ago There were lilacs In a vase on the centertable there was a simply gowned girl at the piano This song was sung and you were enthralled Ah no the Victor cant do justice to that scene but you insist on hearing it again and again and at every fresh rendering the odor of lilacs is more distinct and the face at the piano more beautiful And now sentiment has hold of us and we gather round this same piano a whole family of us and sing sacred songs as the Victor recalls this that and the other of the gospel hymns cherished in the memory of us all finishing with record 07 Lead Kindly Light as sung by the Haydn quartette All this and much more is yours in a Victor Talking Ma chine Nay rather just simply a Victor Yours yes indeed for we feel almost sure that It is yours now The call of music Is in your veins and the desire to listen to everything all at once and be satisfied Come to us and ask to hear your favorite music Victor Talking Machines 10 to 100IRecords 35c 600 1 I3T Machines sold on instalments if desired mzrJSC1o BFlCS Killed Roasting Arrest United States Marshal Brown ame to Hickman yesterday morn ng and in company with deputy sheriff Std Harobry went to the bottom to arrest a man named Bolton j When they were approaching the I place where Bollon lived they saw him in the field plowing By using discretion the Marshal approached sufficiently close to make an arrest and just as he did so informing him of the fast that he had a warrant- or him and that he was under arrest the prisoner jerked loose and started to run The Marshal drew hir gun on him and was about to shoot over Boltons head to scare him when he stumbled on an obstruction of some kind and the shot went straight to Boltont head blowing his brains out He straightway called Hambry and surrendered to him and asked to be brought to town which was dene A preliminary hearing will be had about Tuesday possibly sooner He was taken to Paducab yesterday by Sheriff Seat Hickman College- At the third regular Examination those reaching the roll of honor are as follows Seniors Rubye Flemming MS 9 Marye MoDude1SaR- uuell Johnson 9TO rby96Rubye Juniors Elizabeth Corum96Ha- rold DeBM52Kate COMern8Tenth Lillian Cbeat966Ro-se Campbell J62Grace Rfce9BFra- nk Smith 862 Ninth Grade Lois BartleUU6MA- ggie Lee Rfac91W- arren Ellison 904 Hazelle Johnson90OD-ora Cavitl881tEighth Emma Tyler JJ I 970 Ceolle rnes940Campbell93OOla Carl Townsend 910 Elise Luten M900 Seventh Grade Grace Klmerer 930 Pansy Weatherly 906 Lillie Haokett 904 Lon Naylor 900 Pauline CaldwelLj84Na- nnie SmithSOSixth Chester Barnes 940 Lily Coffey 91R- oy Journey 930 Ruth KlmbroM90OSara Wlnn McConnell 882 Miriam Luten Mn Fifth Grade Nellie GlaserM910Maurice Wtlaen90C- lol Ledford8S1R-uth BarneM871Walter Henderson266 J66LytcFourth Grade Lexie Rice 950 I Fay Glaser 950 1 Ada AUllon940 fMabell Marshall MoDaniel 950 Ida Newton 920c Third Grade Mary T Burnett 932 Johnson930Emma TDeWittpiJewelFulton Prisoner Break Jail w A wholesale jail delivery was 011eflected 01themade good their escape Standing bigjaillargeiron a juthrouibfloor of the court room which iis in her the second story of the city hall building Once in the court room in the escaping prisoners found no diffi culty in leaving the building None of the fugitives have been recaptur ed yet but the police departments of all neigboring towns are on the catch for them and some of theminjI will likely be caugetexThe escaped prisoners are Jake Lewis R V Scruggs and Ollle Fields all of pbIfoL We Are Showing the latest and best things in Ladies Miss and Childrens Low Cut Shoes and Oxfords Ladies and Childrens Headwear of The Finest Materials Stylo nml Prlco Right 5Oo to S35OO Low Shoes and Oxfords all the new leathers 250 300 350 4JiQ Cash Shoe Store- E C Rice Co New Household Organized Mr L W Carter has heM hi Hlokman several weeks organ IMg a HewicheW el the CetomWaa Woodmen and on Friday night last the Hlokman Household was organized with 33 applicants The following offloera were elected Ceo L Carpenter Worthy Con sul John T Dillon Worthy Vherty Tom Dillon Sr Worthy Cardl sal H C Barrett Worthy Clerk A 0 Carulhers Worthy Danker F S Moore Worthy Counsellor P B Curlin Worthy Physician Burney Hughes Worthy Herald- R W B Moore Worthy Pilot J Q Adams Worthy PicketI fid Moore Worthy Guardsman The Columbian Woodmen Jis a good order has some pretty ritual istic work and embraces some excel I lent features Their policies iin a disability dame They have quite a number of other appli ants since last Friday night and will meet again tonight The charter will probably be closed with about 60 members which number is expected to be scoured by tonight he boys are requested to be tonight as there will be no end of fun A Courier man if hes passes a satisfactory examinations ill be seen riding the goat tonight Iis not expected to be able to beCi tomorrow Lee Hester attorneys for Mrs Maude Walters have just received check for 138765 the amount of recovered in suit against I of the World on death of husband in the Walters 5pink fight in which both men were killed West Fulton over a year ago of Christian Endeavors ChristIan I theChristianat 630 The Christian EndeavorP tend an invitation to aU young people of the tonal1 Telephone Ice Factory Office of no 48 for coal Hickman In and coal Co s t c r 0 Route 5 Itcmi Miss Laura Cx with Maude Jones Bert Howard soft Sunday with CUr it r Herman WUlian Brooks went to Im day Charity lurk anti 11 relay night with fig fatally Mtis Cordie H v postoC Miss r v Barnes Sotstrdav n Charley D Jones went Saturday to I r h Cherry who Iis we r Calvint Asourn AI w son Andrews and w AslHirns lather Sit r I daySunday oIIr c- Manuel last Sun4av there will be SunU singing every Surxliy Sample Copies ot Dally Herald may i r i u office Remen4wr w t The Courier and LOM Herald to any address States for only 2K Church Notice Preaching the M llam and 7 3n p- subjectA 11 New Nm l r ubject Sleadtastnei yz bring someone with y a welcome A o1f t good music with ri11 singing Ther i a song book used at 11K r d Sunday school at 9 l Ti meeting Wednesday OIl Gov Beckman acting ui rf0 tons of the Section 141 A Ktl Statutes the toll gat wid s s 1897 has Issued a pM offerin reward of b I ra t apprehension and COM tiI ft n ons participating in tnt f rrInjury of any barn Jr wherein Is stored toba a 1 r in the Jrsr bed of tobacco P1StI reward 1is payable upon Ipa the Circuit Court of ardstn which the offender is tau Bttn justice z 1 Local Notes I SI I ikstrvlog meals again t sad slay Elite Cafe r at Ihe Courier office v Bfcrnd 4t quite sick n tie CWsnlbtan Wood i oMrtsft food1 Dc s iurSAm w jnl Io Cairo ohs on was In Fulton al went ta Columbus t I outer dells fir chick i e i or roccrfos at bottom loa of ivmbroffce Ky is s usesState II Llae spent Mil man rqwas Y4r from hu wrk Cft IncAI rtnturt I i rrutVNo it a t tn the restan a old stand a the ItohMond n i ti this week shell l Makoi made ip1antl oifl Monday if trw oalertalned t Today even p2PCrUrrsar oIill Ip i vas- tf ktis 1MIAMI Wilson r II of I Cajie wu a IUM at tMt ttaiaet- kfrI ww M t1afM ply piv the Unto City n II of gtargotter Sa- i itar i at mow Ie hot the ullllltMlla Wood the test roarer order yM lot rts show you Len taaliare Co LeerI Ute Ltc Line rresglt sat was III r r II stink kslrsa Awntture Co 4 tare line of settees a xgioMt and see them Jtimson went to- Ii TlHirsday to vlttt HwN rsttfrn today Mrt Je Oougall of ue been visiting the arty JCimcs on Route iTff Uftm wftnt a barV UMo Aimslrong at suo4 lie does all ur werk tw 45- Knnert went to Lebanon Mniay He will work w jjiysln the place of r agentkI 4 talker of Union City w wn Friday He thinks 4 r bett town of its site i except Union City I f iu Mayo- rU11lllfatllRA1AUAAAIU Helm Ellison = 11thhr Forecasts r rt l 3 u Saturday snowrSunday 1 and rainci- t s r IICoWerweather WednesdayP t c I A Thursday r J Local rains r f Fridaydj fir X Chinalacr3 r 3s nt h HtAin for Floors a- QIr all wooj niul metal ctthttruarIIlourappiotab14 t mnn KENTUCKY nr 1t TATTI ttllttttt1111Ttt11111Ft t Courier Want tenAlI ItrlvhnurafrafrUw Cnrf 14r a r fartarr fM1uif auIwit 14ouS I0 NNIfU I uuau AI4A4FOR SALE3 houses in We Hickman apply to A M TYLER FOR cowTFOR SALE A few tons of oral JKoPER 45 C baledoloverI OakwooStockI FOR RENT six room house i ApplyFOR SALE Household goods ApplyWANTED i somloaustpostsfeetFOR SALEThree mules and ORe Jersey milch cow May be seen on Troy road 4tf W C Wilson FOUR ALE WyartdotlesWhiteg reasonableMrsPxossxcx 17112 45 FOR SALE COTTON SEED i Those wishing cotton seed would advise to get at once as we are shipping the seed out very fast We have ROW a choke lot of assortod seedJ F S L Dodds Co 4Jtf FOR SALEA first class rooming house on the rule struct 18 rooms and store Rent S25 a Month Gearing 25 a week Fully fur nuked Price 100 cash Address S BBLAKO Green Tree House Cairo Ill 414 NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE OS hetHekeeplngat plete In every detail as eeod as the day It left the store Everything you need will tell as a whole or In pieces Want a bargain Get busy Maybe seen at Mrs Wit tings in Hick man JBRKE MA tOKB 44 SALESMEN WANTED Tnree Salesmen for our new county town skip and railroad surveys of Ken try Tnese surveys are a plea did compilation of facts figures and drawings and of wonderful value Counties and towns are fully Indexed and populations of each are given mil road t plainly hown and distances between all stations alto shown congressional districts outlined and numbered j A splendid opportnnHy for energetic men RAKO McNALLT Co Chicago Ills Lee Campbell and Ira Green spent Sunday in Cairo Ills J W Morris left for Fulton Wednesday to spend a few days The house of quality Is the right place to buy oofflns and oas ketsFrank McCraoken was in Union City looking after social matters SundayW H Maddox of State Line transacted business in our oily Saturday Phene number 51 for H C Barrett the undertaker Night phone number 164- Hlokraans leading undertaker at the Farmers Hardware Company IncorporatedMrs Shaw and M B Shaw went to Mayfield Friday to visit Len S Shaw and family The Undertaker at the Farm ers Hardware Co will answer your calls promptly day or night Mrs Huey Newman returned to her home at Fulton Tuesday afUr a weeks visit with Mrs Meacham The Dyersburg District Confer ence of the Methodist church will convene at Covlngton Tenn April 25 H C Barrett the undertaker isI with the Farmers Hardware Com pany Incorporated the house ofr quality Young man think of your mother Take out a policy in the Columbian Woodmen and protectl her ia case of death Jno W Davie of Portagevillc Mo was in town this week visltin friends and home folks Jno Ila kwpiac books at the above place Wont be undersold at DeBows Telephone No 20 for the UP dertakerR CityWednesday fromaiMiss Bonnie Carpenter was in FridayfWe are glad to sec L D Smith able to be out again The LaCledc Hotel Is being re painted and papered When in need of gasoline come to the Courier Office F S Moore and B T Davis went 1to Fulton Wednesday W M Bacon of Woodland MUll was In our city Tuesday Judge J Naylor has been on the sick list but is improving Corporal Fred Dodge of Union City was in Hlckman Sunday Jno Williamson of Milan Tenn was the guest of A R Stone Sun day The Columbian Woodmen have gotten a fair start and are doing thingsJerre Malone and Silas Murrell came over from Union City to spend Sunday 1111 Townsend and wife spent Sun day at State Line with the formers parents The Hlokratn Furniture Co Inc for oofBns and caskets tele phone no 20 Rev D P Waymlck of Troy will be at the Presbyterian church servile Sunday Mhs Bottle Price awl Fred Watts both of May Held were married Sun day night in Ftthon Say hers you dont knew what yet are missing by net joining the IMvmMan Woodmen Let the Hiekman Ice Coal Co sett you some of their coal Youll use no other Telephone 48 T H Byrd died at his home in Canithersville Mo recently He was an old Confederate soldier At Fulton Saturday night Mr CarlUt Pete Carr and Miss Cora Gambol of Mayfield were married Take out a policy In the Colum Wan Woodmen and protect your family in case of death or disability Cowgill Rogers has been assisting Mr Brook who is making a levee survey over in Missouri this week Goalder Johnson F S Moore and S D Luten went to Tlpten- vMle Wednesday on legal business The name of the man who lost his life in the Parker Boarding House fire at Mayfield was Dan Doles Fill yourself up at Watsons restaurant when you come to town He is baok in business at the same old stand Lanoe Savage went to Fulton Saturday to spend Sunday with his sitters Miss Chra Savage and Mrs Hayden Freeman Levee Inspector Coffee who has been sick in Hickman for some time returned to his work in the lower end of the county Monday Rev B Marvin Harris and F R Stover will begin a union revival at Jackson Tenn on Sunday April 14th Jackson will not be disap pointed in these gentlemen Early Tilghman died at the home of his uncle E M Sanson county assessor two miles south of town He was brought here from Dyer Tenn but survived only two days J H Langford of near town IOU a crate of strawperrles to Led ford Randle Wednesday morn ing These were the first home grown berries to be put en the market here Rev Hutchison will preach at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday and Sunday night Rev Brown was forced to leivc this Presbytery on account of his health and it is expected that Mr Hutchison will be engaged as the permanent pastor The Fulton Leader says i Whit Carter has returned from Hickman Friday night he institued a Colum bias Woodmen Camp there with 33 JohngDillon and George Carpenter are the best goat riders be ever saw a ljif ir h The New Departure We guarantee this Cultivator to be The Best in the Worldi Whon wo eny the BKS1 wo dont mean nfl good as- gomo otherstwo moan its tho best and wo guarantee It just that way Hadnt you bettor buy the best Y Take ib homo with you and try it on our Ironclad guar- anteoi9ooOur Price19ooincluding two bull tongues Wo can sell you an imitation of thonbovo cultivator for 1160 Lit 6 News At The Court House The following real cslste trans fern were recorded in the clerks Oftct John Semonos to Adam Semones land for Si and other consideration Robert Edmlston to Mlttle Campbell land for certain valuable con siderationA Admr the estate of S H tougher to L V Hodges land SIU5 COUNTY COURT The April term of the Fulten County Court was in session at the court house Monday and Tuesday and some important business trans actedA settlement was made with Dora M Murrell administratrix for the estate of B L Murrell- A settlement was made with Mrs Fannie Murchison guardian for Eva MurchisonAn bill was filed with the court by C H SlLmuell adminis trator for the estate of G W MarshallAn bill was filed with the court by Mrs Lula Stowe adminis tratrix for the estate of J W Stowe An appraise bill was filed with the court by E D Johnson adminis trator of theestate of T H John sonThe will of the deceased P B Henry was filed with the court and probated E C Rice and Wm Ba con constituted the proof of the ins strumentAn was made that the Rock Springs Road be changed to run due south to a line between Thompson and Twlgg thence east of same place to a place intersecting the old roadBob Workman was appointed overseer of the Rock Spriegs Fulton roadS J Cross was appointed over seer of the Bend Road Ephriam Brumley was appointed overseer of the 1st section of the upper bottom road W N Brasfield was transferred from the Shuck to the Henry Road Roy Wade was transferred from the 4th to the 5th sectlod of the State Road Will Crawford transferred fromI Ihe4ta to the 5th section of the =rI 1 14 i 10 State Road CIRCUIT COURT The regular May term of the Circuit Court will convene for a two weeks session on Monday May 6 The following new suits leave been filed for the May term since last week r J C Bondurant vs Ben Hale to foreclose mortgage securing note A A Richardson admr W W Riohardsoh vs I C Ry 2000 damagesJ Bondurant vs E G Mad dox to foreclose mortgage scour ing note J C Bondurant vs E G Mad dox to recover payment of note Jordan Mr W J Mayes was in Union City Monday Mr E C Carter spent Tuesday in Hickman Miss Annie Murphy visited Miss Mary Shuck Sunday C G Alexander was In Fulton Saturday on business Mr Fred Bondurant has been quite sick with measles Mrs Lula Reeves spent Monday night with Mrs C C MoMurry Miss Mayme McAdoo is the guest of Mist Carrie Naylor this week Mr Owen Bondurant went to Union City Tuesday night on busi ness we suppose Misses Clara and Farrar Mc Connel and Mrs W C Sowell went to Union City Tuesday shopping Mrs Samuels returned to Moscow Saturday after two weeks visit with her daughter Mrs C G Alexander Articles of incorporation for the Mayfield Overall Manufacturing Company were tiled Saturday The capital stock Iis fixed at 12000 divided into 120 shares at SlOO each The stockholders are J E Wright of Mayfield and R M Chowning and J A Milner of Fallen Tht firm will manufacture overalls jackets etc Last week there were four new lines from the countrysouth sand southeast of town connected with the Cumberland Switchboard and are now getting service There are about twenty five telephones on these four line- sWMShaw of State Line was in town yesterday buying corn I Help the Band Boys Just look at the names added this week Get in line and help them W A DoddsS1000Pe- rcy Jones 1000 J F S L Dodds Co1000-C P Shumate 500 Cowgllls Drug Store 500 Helm Ellison 500 Ellison Bros 500 Tom Dillon Sr 500 HIckman Furniture Co w 500 Smith Amberg 500 Private Robt Tyler Chapter U D C 500 Cotton Adams 5QO- Baltier Dodds T- Nalfeh Bros J Bradley Parbam M 140 E C Rice Co MHickman Wagon Co l 00 Farmers Hardware Co 500 T T Swayne 500 Shaw Bettersworth 500 Ledford Randle 500 Hlokman Grocery Co M 500 Chas Schlenker 500 AM DeBow 500 Hickman Hardware Co 250 Elite Cafe 250 J T Stephens 250 L P Balker 250 C L Walker 250 A E DeBow 250 R M Isler 250 I R B Johnson 250 J T Seat 250 S K Davidson 250 A 0 Caruthers 250 Cue Threlkeld 2 50 Jno T Dillon 3 50 Cayce Wedding Miss SaUte Bynum and Edgar Campbell well known young people of this county were married Sun day at the Methodist parsonage In Cayce Rev Mr Walker officiating The marriage was a quiet affair witnessed by only the most intimate friends and the relatives of the bride and groom Christian Church Services Sunday School at 930 a m Communion and preaching service at 10 45 a m Evening service at 730 Subject What Must I Do to Be Saved Acts 1630 You are invited Frank H Vernr Minister f C A Sof E Meeting Several meetings of the Cunt Executive Committee were held prio to the county Meeting at the Com House on Thursday last 4th inst and the following pledge submitted WHEAT GROWERS PLEDGE WHEREAS Farmers cannot expect profitable prices in glutted markets 5 and whereas They are sure to have glutted markets and great visible luppHes as long as they rush their products to market as soon as or soon after they are harvested Therefore In consideration of facts above stated and to secure fair and profitable price for the 1907 crop of wheat the undersigned each for himself alone and to help other farmers enters into this agreement The terms of this agreement are as fellows 1 The American Society ol Equity with headquarters at Indianapolis Indiana and State head quarters at r has undertaken to secure enough pledges from wheat growers to bold their 1907 crop for a profitable and fair price which will not be less than SI 00 per bushel on basis ol the Chicago market to equal fifty 50 per cent of the shipping wheat 2 Therefore I hereby agre that I will not sell promise to sell or contract any of my 1907 wheat produced on the acreage set oppo site my name below for less than 100 per bushel on the basis of the Chicago market before July 1 1907 3 Also I further agree that if fifty per cent of the shippingwheat is not pledged by July 1 1907 or if the price U not SI00 per bushel at Chicago by July 1 1907 that this agreement shall continue and be in force for another period of three months or such shorter time when the amount is pledged or the price is reachedProviding however that if I am required to hold my crop this second period or any part of it The Ameri can Society of Equity will advance or cause to be advanced to me at least onehalf of the market value of my wheat when the request is made if I need such advance 4 In carrying out this agree ment the pledgers may appoint a county committee or board of control to superintend the marketing of the wheat of our respective counties working with the State and National Unions of the American Society of Equity 5 I agree to report the number of bushels as soon as threshed and the bushels shall be substituted for the acreage and this agreement shall be binding for the bushels as it is for the products of the acreage 6 It is further agreed that 14 000000 acres or 182000 bushels of wheat shall be considered as rep resenting fifty 50 per cent of the shipping wheat of the 1907 crop These figures are reduced from the Department of Agriculture reports and are based on the average yieldI of 13 bushels per acre 7 This agreement shall be null and void after September 30 1907 providing the price of SIOO per bushel at Chicago has not been reached or providing the acreage or bushels as above are not pledged by that time otherwise it Iis to re main in Gill force and effect While it was not thought practicable to pledge wheat without the proper storing facilities such as warehouses elevators and granaries it would not be advisable to pledge growing wheat to speculators and Big ArrestHbrrlHn and polite ores rvmfl with rhmniMUm waUlIIt waa uretcd byIRUMAGOII oldenMUdHIicrlB Jlonry On Th only mtdleln I evrr need Mat would relieve tu sa 8UO- aJt HAYNK- HJUHlwrlfl Henry Co Tried many rentedIn with nuJlAA M WNAKTOK ttPHoe ftwt TMBI K WIlL MMOT miUHamM IN VOW T T Wsxars- y I Weak Women To weak aDd fctllnf women tMn uth+ l me war to MIllo But with trot mr two imuntiiU Bu t tecooibtnoi One U local one u maau tlnial but lath an Important both MMiiiuL Dr Khoop Nlcht Ire U the Loml Pr as ups ItMlnrvtlT the I tiUtntknal TtM former Dr shoopNllhtiwNatopkl- tras h twmbran luppmltarr mnwlr whll Ur Aboopt KmontllTa U wbollr an Internal treat anttall UarlUllS all blood allnxnu TIM Nla Tar aal nom IUIPII L tort IGI work whllyouleep Itiootnettoraaniilnflant smiMOQ nirfactt II +U loral wekeewq aad dUcharm wnll the ItcMonUr eaiet nrrrow idtuMeL tire renewed tlfori and arobltltw bond Up wa1UQ U1Ufa Winging bout v4 rIlUlllaUtKMtoratlvr TaUeUorU utd a arf eimlloal to be acm For poaIU local blpuM aa wall ShoopsaNight CureALL DEALERS grain buyers If this suggestion is adhered to by our farmers the first period July 1st will be reached and some encouraging feature in the movement and price of grain divulge that will clear the way for the second period perhaps The suggelt ion is not official and must not be construed as being the action of the County Union but is offered as a view which is thought commendable and timely- A draft of a constitution and by laws submitted by the Hxecuthrc drntedeby Mrs T H McMurry were re erred to a committee of three oon stating of the following named member s T H McMurry W A faylor and Jas H Saunders and the amended one presented by them adoptedThe following resolutions wore adopted Resolved That the County Union A S of E of Fulton Co Ky urge upon the State Union A S of E for adoption the following resolution and that steps be taken to present the same to the next session of the State Leg islatureThat when cars are furnished to the order of farmers or their sell ling agents one dollar SI 00 demurrage for each day that each car is held beyond two 2 days Iis imposed 5 therefore be it Resolved That rail road companies or their agents when an order is placed for cars the same shall be furnished in two 2 days time and if any Rail Road Co within the State shall not comply with the order in the time specified they shall be subject to the same demurrage of one dollar SI00 for every day that the farmer or his selling agent is obliged to delay shipment from this cause on the part of the rail road causing said delay Resolved That the Secretary be instructed to write local Union sec retaries to canvass their respective neighborhoods and ascertain the amount of binder twine that farmers either in this organization or out of it will need for the coming harvest with a view to furnishing twine through a local dealer below trust prices and notify the County Secre tary at once It is understood how ever that said twine is to be of No 1 quality and subject to inspection before purchase is made by the farmerResolved That Union labels now in the bands of the Secretary be taken up by the Treasurer and made known to the several unions that they are in stock and that all moneys realized from their sale be turned into the County Union Treas try Treasurers report showed a balance of 2697 in treasury- In the matter of building elevators it was agreed that one third of the amount nessessary in their construe be raised by subscription and an assurance was given that two thirds could be borrowed at 6 per cent interestMoved by Jas H Saunders thatI an effort be made to erect an eleva tor at Cayce amended by Chas Noonan to read That elevators be erected at Shucks Switch and Cayce and petitions circulated to that effect Passed as amended e No further business appearing motion to adjourn was entertained and carried to meet at the Court House in Hickman in June 1907 JOHN A MCCLURESecretary Hickman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 t2 Here and There I IA Dallas man has found a willl made tifty years ago placed in an trop box and sunk in a welt The decedent evidently had his ownffUea s as to how to keep lawyer from breaking the instrument en Checking babies at dances is an idea that has been successfully carried out in Paducah by the fertile brain of John Henry a pipefilter The pipefitter gave a ball there and1 about two dozen women carrying babies were on hand to look on John Henry moved by compassion for the mothers established a nur sery In an adjoining room and gave chocks in exchange for each baby whose mother oared to dance It lis thought that the baby room will be an established feature at dance In Padwooh Toe badr An acquaintance recently asked Henry James to explain the meaning of a certain passage in his work Mr James replied with cold gravity that If the passage as it stood which represented htc careful and studied thought did not explain itself to the mans mind he did tot doem IIt advisable to outer late any verbal discussion of it Mr James method of work is a deliberate aPt thoughtful one He first dictates the draft of what he te writing to hit secretary who puts the draft into typewritten form with wide spotS between the lines The author goes over this carefully with pen and ink elaborating interpolating and add ing new ideas and thoughts Slowly the sentences and phrases take on the Anal aspect toward which he has been working and only when the result satisfies his ideas of artist literary workmanship does the au thor permit it to take its place with his published work e Capt John Laaglols who many years was prominently coo nected with river traffic on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers died ati his home in Cape Girardeau Me on April 3 of Paralysis aged 70 years Capt Langlois was purser of the steamer Gold Dust which blew up in the early 80s Just north of Hickman and killed and wounded hundreds of passengers and receiv ed wounds and burns from which he was many months recovering The last boat Capt Langlois served on was the City of New Orleans running between St Louis and New Orleans of which he was first clerk The Georgia Leeone of the Lee Line boats running between Memphis and Cincinnati came near burn ing at anchor at Cincinnati last week Roustabouts discovered flames at the ceiling of the lower deck An A Happy HomeITo have a happy home you should have children They are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chil dren with little pain or discomfort toyounelffby taking OFCARDUII A Tonic for Women reducelatlacnrlltlon whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses ba kImakechll4At all dealers In medicines InI4100 bottles t DUE TO CAHDUI ffkloJdfineheAlthydoingnicely Inthe I vrheated flue trom the small boiler hh ignited the woodwork An alarm was tent for the fire alarm but the fire equipment of the fire boat proved adequate The boats pump was put in operation and three streams wer played on the flames Half a dozen boats were surround ing the Georgia Lee were compelled to leave the danger scene hurriedly two of them with their upper decks on fire the result of falling sparks On the Georgia Lre there was a panic among the roustabouts and it was with difficulty that enough of the men were retained on board to fight the flames It is estimated that the that was damaged to the extent of several thousand dollars A large quantity of freight also was damaged oThe NewsSoimltar says De claring his intention of making M discrimination In favor of any party convicted of carrying concealed weapons judge Jobe T Moss overruled the motion for a new trial in the case et meter Hume mana ger of the Cumberland Telephone Company at Memphis fin Wednes day morning and sentenced the defendant to serve eleven months and 29 days iin the county workhouse and pay a fine of tsO- on Ive been hearing tram my little adds in your paper right along wW Mr 1 A Brock to a Courier man Mr Brook sells the Singer Sewing machine and he silts them too He most have a good article or he could not have sold three before root last Saturday o itPnnolss Clementine of Belgium King Leopolds youngest and only maiden daughter owns a remark able collection of dolls wklebwas lately put on exhibition at BruMcti rfor the benefit of the Calvary Guild for poor Tuberculosis Patients It is said to be the most extensive collection pf this kind In the world containing every imaginable kind nf doll anoient and modern oKing Alfonsos full name is Al fonso Leon Fernando Maria Santi ago Isidore Paschal Maroian Ills mother decided on Alfonso Santl ago is the patron saint of Spain Leon adapted from the name of his godfather Pope Leo s the plowman Isidore is the patron saint of Mad rid Paschal ilathe patron saint of the kings birthday and Maroian if that of his christening day oThomas F Ryan probably em ploys detectives more extensively in hs anytHe is credited with having developed the use of them to a positive science All of his lawyers and he has an enormous staff ef themarc experts In handling detectives and in finding ways of getting valuable information for their client It is said that whenever he plans to deal with a he does not already know Iintimately he invariably puts de tectives on the heels of that man and finds out everything possible about him The increasing frequency with which balloons have come to earth of late in various parts of Holland has led to a bill being laid before the Netherlands second chamber with a view to putting a stop to these unwelcome visits saysthemainly at balloons belonging io the German aeronautical societies In the region of the Lower Rhine as In most cases it has been found that when the balloons have landed the occupants of the car have been officers of German army and their object theII making these balloon trips into thoughttoi country Henceforth every aero naut landing in the Netherlands will have to gotoc Get old pipers at this officeI c e We Do Not ubsiii The policy of this store iis We Rivr you what you ask for Ifwe do not carry in stock the aril cle you wish we will get it for y 111 regardless of expense to us What we want iis not only customers but pleased customers H Cowgills Drug Store Inc Capt H A Tyler will deliver a lecture at Reynolds Opera loose jn UnUn City tonight fej the liMIt of the First TonnoMee Confederate Irglmcnt Mend The subject W Ute lectnre is Fbrroefs Cavalry to The band will neoimsmny the Confederate vcer ne to Kmojmond this year and the proceeds of the lecture are to be vied in defraying Ibnr expeMes Capt Tyler was a member of Frrets Cavalry nail win entertain those whose are too WIIth some Interesting clerics of fttrreet and tic tvontM ores sign c f hit men The MWcnwn rairMlure On Jet hove the lsr oct stnofe cf Undertakers goods m Western Ron tacky which con be ftied rill at aM tames oe short antic Telephone comber M Notice The Cumberland PresUyterkns have empltycjd Rev Burgen Gun Inghajn ta precth fox thorn ibis year Breaajbtsg every third Sunday of the MMth It ie leered thi who vMtMl the Xnl Mven years ago to aosawtj If loewlo- tDmoHrtte aspire who was taut at never boast hemd dsteeftVe k jersey wt la W prised U4 fhjn I Ileardnlliw to pro boa kfttfnJ Th- eaaiA MtoMtM1 Itt M lt- oowtg i4M hoe 1 e driwt41 Ida 111d seltdlap4 d IMt I BoII1IIdy 1 19 1 Mr Affix brae Ky a1Qd1tt1 idtt osttwfJIIfto ii wr t t hcmc t Mr cent Mi this t ty bit ftarMr Barnes we t Ii- itt IttkHog the bncir prominent IB allow t- last turdaYtt LookNewspaper Bargains You have waited a long time for a snap like this have it t Will you take It 1 This will rat We have arranged to put these always nHJemftnd t fore you in a way that will make your gheciMg e1Y prices that need no commenting on Whisk do y TWICE AwBHK ST LOUR REPUBLIC THE HICKMAN COURIER NEW YORK TRIWME FARMER THE HICKUAH COORIER lTilElTilEAMERItJ1iUTILE ST Louis GLODBDEMPCRAT TUB HICKMAN COURIER on OUR COUNTRY MAOAZUfKM J l TUB HICKMAH COURIER Jf I 150 I150 115I I 125 I 25 I 50 I 15rIts up to you You had better act today tomerr I too late Hurry if you want them They arev EKCL2SC CflJH WITH TILL 0 Y = =X Better Printing For Less Money THE COURIEf1jj ts fullon CountyOut of Debt tt was a populationw 1 twenty thousand low tax rates as r state Last year of lit county was 1- II fir liner the calI Oswrt had ad r btotfftoM warSSOO that Ute oounty Iis- IIiho County Judge the gawllHeo soil porafcatoti several b p pUt driver This to pay the entire 1 the lMAty Then nil bo at the com rt by Uw time the RaseIr Dorenn t w lxrthro In week of BMfcBKa was uI week Amu VU a pest if 4tonfayptoe Crawflrd i Slat Sty of Hataii trips Is tlcdt t Cbrllin I watte sit strike later o rtt Rernshls and aclDa xeu 1a1 54n na w bit ngflat t1 a few 0bd llltwek kit e lMtu to tilllerttrltBror- ont did tome Aas trihataftt trio rrart bo BM beta at ourt WMIo tBoro t dal Hieriff ol I t by Sbeftg George ty WM widened to b of Mrs Luther I cured last Wednes ttrlnat was had at aa LJla WUlUuny Y to Ute bereaved- tietennarlan IlVCO to Locate Here 011 et Dakc Iraviw bat week aJM- Ihaded alter taking at twit It the hIt lit wffl make Leg able Ilk hoadquart glad be wilt locate ik or Mw success Bootlegger Arrested old Johnson acoom f H4Mbry went to the Morass In the lower- y and arrested after one Jim Ranch on a rMing There were gut Against him Seat hint to the front door of 4tio odBliMolf at the bar ogrou Seat Morgan to open the I recently the door was as he entered the iw A partition door close h und in the room He K taco the room and t a dresser getting hllII mpttd at him seized bodyir rand on the mans gun Ir oAkers cane and Inarm the prisoner IIi Seat be intended to and escape by Ihea be pistol was empty hit Bunch thought it v J 1 Hie child had been the gun and someone Ij a precaution Had f loaded and Seat not l iM probable that there 1 Ifrn someone hurt for d deadtj V r nof St Louis one ofI Costhistr ondently said that tbef 5P Hardware Co sells more i r riments than many firms MrH4I j thejratii M gust and avcrtI 1 P A i C K A R D FOR MEN q Spring Styles Snappy And Uptodate U Scd cd 1cd- d8 QI pC cd Irl tzj OjCD = CCD rot1 r 0CD en 1 to a CID en rn c CD cCD Fr tS- en rn roCJ M a I I = su SOUTHERN TARta the name the best laundry in the South Leave your laundry at Smith Ambergs All work delivered Give it a trial this week Frnk Smith Agt We sometimes wonder says one our nearby exchanges if newspaper men generally appreciate the old subscriber at his tree value We mean the old standby who takes the home paper year after year through evil as well as good report and pays his subscription regularly just the same as he would any other honest debt As a general thing old subscriber is patient and slow to wrath He will overlook many title slights which the man who borrows his reading would not stand for a few minutes The Cou rier has a fox spongers but glad say few We have lots of the subscribers some who have been taking the paper since its stab lishment Our subscription list has dropped a few groutchers who would not pay their subscription as any other honest debt but we are glad indeed to say that their places have been filled by new and appre ative subscribers We ought not to write this however for they are borrowing their neighbors paper every week and they are sure to what we sayabout them oMnd7uuFor MUrrh Irl frceluittu merit ft Ttlnl iliollos ul Ur Hlwxip1 UriiKMljr It U n tixiw willie iTramr limllneNiiUMpUo Inlni tIlArrl liiilani relief tu Unurrli of tin IlOIlO nml throat lotto lho rrtO ttcud tKO AI tra urHIioop llnciiit ills lwrtar- W eall4 told by ell sisters Frank Woody came over from Union City Friday to visit his friend Frog Nolen t a There will be services at the far tort next Saturday at the noon hour Frank H Yernor pastor of the Christian Church will preach oa Being Healed Who Where What When Shaw HIckman the freshest line of groceries ever brouhgt to town All the time Back in Business Again Luther Watson who was burned out in the sire several weeks ago has succeeded in getting baok in business again and is serving meals to the hungry at the same stand The building has been remodeled he has a new stock ard Is better prepared to serve you than before the fire Its hard to keep a hustl ing man tbMk a1JIJ MMM U JroTonUM oars esWH MiM wnft rrvvoMtlM nrv BallI mutUy lOt UfJ Cwl Sue it area win writ hlrn Tko nierlU Qfcwk cnrljfwauplu anrt itcip itiounieHto auld IH to ntul 860 IMIM liy nil dmler Jno W Campbell and S A Wilkins of near Cayce was here on business Tuesday D D Davis of Route 4 was in Union City Saturday where be delivered a car of wheat D D is one of the Couriers good freinds and a fellow that will do to tie to 350 400 500 Superior In Every Respect To All Higher Priced Shoes Factory Services Betterswotths dow- n1rvrtllewtllt thefiltalllWf7retHlliM u Jno A McClure returned from Union City Saturday where he had been in interest ot the A S of E He reports a very enthusiastic meeting of the farmers there and is greatly elated over the encourage ment given this movement All wldeawake farmers are falling in line See the Hickman Furniture Co Ino line of suites and rockers before buying your spring furniture The scientist who is worried because we have not had an earth quake is only equalled by the man who worried because he woke up in the morning without a headache Hardware Tinware Cuttlery etc at DeBows An Indiana woman has just secur ed a divorce from her eleventh husband One husband died one thoughtfully committed suicide and she got rid of nine through divorce proceedings If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw Bettersworth fill that bill of groceries The Jamestown Pike or Midway will be called the Warpath It will be a mile long and it will cost about 530 to see all the sights All visitors are expected to go on the Warpath n fIIM6ERLdNU TELEPllOETELEGRAPll CO iMCOirORATCO Long distance linos and tolophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southorn Indiana Southorn Illinois Kentucky Tonnossoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this groat sootlon of tho country We solicit your patronage Ratos roason able Equipments and facilities unsur IpassedI LELAND HUM 70 WEBB I It 0 ZaA4au I tict a o js c 2ma2C rn IY 4 ac 4 r= = E4 s- C = rcQ = 1i c- dS Tailormade Clothing Specialty A Womans Love It takes a hundred men to make an encampment but one woman can make a home I not only admire woman as the most beautitul object pver created but I reverence her asI the redeemed glory of humanity the sanctuary of all virtures the of all perfect qualities of heart and head It is because women ate so much better than men that their faults are considered The one thing in this world that is constant the only peak that rises above the clouds i the one window in which the light burns forever j the one star that darkness cannot quench is womans love It rises to the greatest heights it sinks to the lowest depths it forgives the most cruel injuries A womans love is the perfume of the earth This is the real love that has wrought all of art i IhatI gives us music all the way from theI cradle song to the grand cialingI symphony that bears the soul away on wings of fire A love that is greater than power sweeter than life and stronger than death Ingersoll The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker iIn the building both day and night Tele phone No 20 The census bureau estimates the population in the five leading cities of the United States In 1896 as follows New York 4113045 i Chicago 2049185 Philadelphia 1441735 i St Louis 649320 Dos ton 602278 The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in tbtii build dg both day and night Tele phot e No 20II D D Kirk and wife of Union j Citywere in Hickman Saturday jj JI substantialI c J tI1tf tIpsll o Jsm srn 0 0c pledge greater miracles 1 F p 1y 1 i A C K A R r D FOR MEN The continuous rain of Friday t and Friday night kept many from venturing out to see Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch but those who did attend felt amply repaid for their trouble The play was Interesting from start to finish and rendered in a very creditable manner The cast was composed main ly of young people from Union City all of whom played their parts well but for carrying the leading role Miss Mary Lawson Miss Ruth Crenshaw and Mr Geo Robinson deserve special mention MissLaw son would make the original Mrs Wiggs ashamed of herself Missii Crensbaw and Mr Robinson the lovers showed to a remarkable degree their knowledge of the old story We wondered whether or not it was all acquired on the stage Sixteen of our Hickman kids and kidesses made the Sundayschool a bore to their patient teacher The show was given under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy the proceeds of which went to the Memorial Gateway fund The kt Daughters cleared about 20 Nut and round coal for cooking y purposes and stove wood at Newton Coal Co yards H E Curlin spent Sunday with relatives at Woodland Mills ReOpened a rr- Bttar than Iver I amjjack in business at my old stand and am better prepared to serve you than before the tire l EEverin y to Eat fShort Order a Specialty Dinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Cuth r Wt oa t it7- II 1 ii Meet Your Friends l at LAUDERDALES TONSORIALPARLORS j Best In Hickman Hot and cold batbs electric lights i and fans hydraulic chairs i and everything for comlortl Gluten St gictan ty1Next door to Caruthers I B T DA VS ttornci IAtt ftu Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Randles store- HICKMAN KENTUCKY ABSOLUTELY The Best I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE V SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 63deliveries Loor RuMeoo- IL 8 BREVARD Hickman Ky IIIIIIE K TinnIng i Plumbing Agent for Standard Sanitary Goods Plumbing done on short notice All work guaranteed 1 Cash Book Store BpkttJM Selection TX fr Boo1- u81tioner3s coat Cards Notions Ito EveryiaK Hwj Wss Si Crapwy co1 4 R1 IIIil Ah1 RpA Ifauijdrv 1 represent theRFulton Steam Laundry and will appreciate a share of your patronage Basket at Bradley Farbams leaves Tues day Will call for your EUwadry Chester BarIteS Ivtfl in faraway Persia the WO MB suffrage question has now been MssW d the women of Iran aje ikt for rote Many women of tittMwif daN laI Persia it is said SIM btffUr 4Hcatd aed some of- alemortbsoi haws laW s JJrisisA Ills to the ptftIUac afatwt tbir s d+giea fdr the ripU of- s uaWp JwL i JJ IFATIISR AND SON i I mutt look to the hp IH the told w Kn Hint the mltle nr thtrnd warm fIIHo Jaok tnll mother to wrap you wall p farmp rri l You are not a trby kt Ibnout trek k Two fret of mow on the hllUlde lujr nut the sky wniai blue lu Jun And fnther nnd yon ram laughing honi r Wben Inner WM it adr III troop Knocking the snow from thIr wtury fret- Rosy and hungry und loiiclnir to eat The anew w wd pthe farmer wild That I fM11 roul careexrtthruttsh- The r mother turned with a plwwaht troll e Then what rouW a little tad I trot In mr lather steps 0Iwherever he wont I kept in his truck The mother looked In this father1 s tare And a oleinn thought WM there The wordi hal tune like r lightning path To the sesl of a nobler caret- It he 11 Inmr step then dais Itday llowearefullr I muil ehuoe mr way For the eblld will do M the father doe And the track that I Irnve behind If It to nrm and eliar ate itralaht The ftof mjr ton will rind He will trend In hit tethers ttep and tay Im right for this war WM my fathers wry Oh fathers trading In IJfe hard road Ito lure of the steps you take Then the tons you lore when emybalml Will trrait in them for your take till Whir grayhalred men to their IOMII ty We trratt In our father itep teddy KINDNESS UNSPOKEN Do you know the world is full of kindness that was neverspoken and that Is not much better than no kind nesrat all The fuel In the stove makes the room warm but there are great piles of fallen trees lying on rocks and tops of hills where nobody can get them these do not make anybody warm You might freeze to death for want of wood in plain sight of these fallen trees if you had no means of getting the wood home aad making a fire of it Just so iin a family love is what makes the parents and children the brothers and sisters happy But if they take care never to say a word about it if they keep it a profound secret as if it were a crime they will not be much happier than if there was not any love among them the house will seem cold even in summer and if you live there you will envy the dog when you call him poor fellow THE JOURNEY OE LIFE You will find this journey of life is not always what it seems nor that it lies all the way through verdant valleys and flowery meadows It ItI not always bright with the sunlight of pleasure You will not find a bed of reset to recline upon every time you are weary Dont expect it or you will very likely be disc appointed You will find that about the time the path gets past the schoolhouse it switches off into some rather rough country You will very probably find some rough hills to climb and some deep gullies to cross The briar will tear your nice clothes and the stones will wear out your fine shoes and you will have blistered heels and stone bruisss in plenty before you get throughThere is only one way to avoid all this That is to sit down whining beggar by the roadside despised and self desping But if you are going through you must brace yourself for hard climbing You will find plenty of roses by the way but they grow among thorns and if you would gather them you must not be afraid of a few scratch es All the fruits worth having ate near the tops of the trees You can have your game suppers and your quail on toast too but the game is wild and the birds roost high an you cant put salt on their tails t catch them You can have all this we say but just as likely as not when you get it you will have ti teeth to chew it with so you mustnt build too much on that Yes young man the glaciers o life are hard to climb and you will never make the trip without a guide I The name of the guide is Work Tie yourself to him young man and he will pull you through alright He is rough and rugged as all mountaineers are but dont de pile him on that account Dont despise his homely garments he ii- a brave truehearted fellow who has led thousands safely through atwill do UM sire by yw if ym a S For the- Children I To succeed these days you i must have plenty of grit court age strength How is it with the children Arc they thin pale delicate Do not forget Aycrs Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up IheI general health In every way- Thrhll tnaeIpeIMS htAhhhf- tH II II I IIL cae UII IWn Me eIe M 11 MLII- M4N ee AryltraAntabllett4at4xdel rea tnrfn- uts fleet herscast PtCTetL vkiirUi trepwNlk- lb tone ti1n 4a u will trust him rDO YOUR OWN FISHING Young man youll never catch any of the golden fish that swim in the worlds waters by standing with your hands in your pockets and watching another hold the pole If you ex pert fish you will have to dig your bait put the tempting morsel on your own hook throw in your own line hold your own rod and closely watch for the nibbles Seeing another cork go under and tip bent and line strained wont do you the least particle of good loafing on the shore gaping at others spreading or drawing nets wont fill your own stomach or barrel You might just as well attempt by taking hold of the straps of your boots to carry your sluggish avoirdupois over a mud puddle The one thing is about U sensible as the other You bave got to fish for yourself even cutting bait wont answer It IsI the only pathway to success FishI dont cnme for the whittling or the wishing They are wary and have to be tempted If you expect to have them you have got to go for them in r KYrC lbw+ Holding up some tree while others hold the pole add manipulated tbeJJ reel never yet brought a man his breakfast The more you try the more you will find the absurdity ef J the proceeding Bob for your own eels thats the only way to certainly get them They wet crawl up to your feet and beg to be skinnedDo own fishing The world is a great herring pond and your chance is as good as that of your neighbor if you choose the right kind of bait use diligence have patience and take advantage of time and tide Golden fishes swim about in plenty and are to be caught but another cannot do it for you Every successful man owes independence to individual energy and enterprise Standing on a rock all day and look ing and hoping never yet filled a basket such a scaly proceeding wont cause the use of scalesyou may depend upon that Every one Othersamay possibly bait and take off the prize from the hook and paddle the boat but the fishing has got to be done by your own hand Every other means you try will turn out a failure CURES BLOOD POISON CAN CER ULCERS ECZEMA CARBUNCLES ETC MED ICINE FREE lUibert Ward Maiey In art I uttered front blood potion my bent faro eorrnpUonhlllllOnldM ahtir klr M 1UI all run down HIM I dlwvur thedmypAnPllhauniritoslntryy plmplebllIloeuppuratlngseeltlogonneckI IreneoItolanloIlntanleItlaattroufileNIpil altrawrellatbellw1tprove cure ininpl of lllond llalm tent tree unit AlItCia adIethelPaducah Commission company was I fined 100 and costs in the circuit I court on the charge of maintaining ac commiss slop bucket shop Farmers NewsScimitar and The ilkkaaa Courier OMyurl1S It I Court Proceedings I Continued from page 1 I t ver 60 days for exceptions M tion made and passed that W A Navlor be directed to have Count ricrk draw order on Sheriff to pa interest on Buckhanan note tjered that the County levy for 11 7 on each 10000 worth of property as shown by the tax book in this County be placed at JSc ad- V rem tax to be collected and used as a general fund and that SIOO be mlleIreof age to be collected and applied to the general fund of said County By motion it is ordered that a levy of 5c on each 10000 worth of taxable property be levied for the purpose of paying for teams to pull the graders plows and scrapers to work the roads it is further ordered that no teams are to be hired except upon the written order of the Magis trate of the District tn which said work is done and said order is also to be signed by the County Judge Motion made and paused that the salary of A J Johnson as Janitor at the Court house be fixed at 20 per month The minutes and proceedings of the Court having been read in open Court the same are approved and ordered to be signed by the presid ing Judge hereof and it is ordered that Court be now adjourned W A NAYLOR J F C C A true copy attestS r KOPEK Clerk WHY tslyksrraa Clay row lMMiU Mtfter train f ypep asIIzr P alle WetSNeUwtlteII tak tor mJi tak MePJ4t la I1M wg41hITwo panthers+ IIreie seta list week near Malden and gave two unarmed mea an uncomfortable quarter of an hour Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the RID Ct t 4k ttq RMcr DOKT PUT OFF fortemorrow what you ran do U IA It you Mi err buying IU ef Ital- UnltnentHboW makes thai pin louse yen AU lICiT a oitl teal A prw7tlrt re tor Ithtstna uw lhuh u 4- prnln thnqtratnlMua1 T 8 Orhal1lrtt1mtI Ark writ r In to thank you for IJlelroQll rnIt OIIlU11rtiled Sld by 1nwehlt that litere and helm A Hllltott Three States Items Alec and Ed Barnes went to Eat Prairie Friday Gradma Sanders is visiting on Sugar Tree Ridge Water has receded until we can walk on Mother Earth again Miss Edna Jones arrived on the Stacker Lee for an extended visit to her mother Mrs Lydia Jones Messrs Coleman and Barnes took passage on Stacker Lee Thursday for New Madrid from there they expect to go to Cairo Dr Hubbard made several pro- Cessional visits to Dugan Arnold who has had pneumonia He is convalescing very rapidly Messrs Williams Cowgill and several others accompanied Dr J M Hubbard on his gasoline yacht here last Monday Mr Williams had his Graphophone and gave us some music which was certainly enjoyed JUST BECAUSE your Bough Is only In the throat and hors not troultla you now dont think that II fired mmtUntloM Wbeii It uu not lie ThllghtrtI ininoliHU and loiituiiipliiHi A IntlUofItalianS llorehouml syrup will cOro t rat dough The price pUb It wllfiln reach of andUelAt a meeting of the fiscal court of McCracken county the salary of the circuit judge was increased from 3000 to 4200 a year The shortInge a car shortage Railroad presidents have been putting in their time in getting control of other roads and in water- Ing stocks instead of trying to make the roads pay dividends by doing business for the people They see that the people will be compelled to demand public ownership and they want the stock well watered before it is turned over to the government r- Ttiliphoae No 4a for coal tu Sloaovs Lirvinveivt t for Cough Cold Croup I jRheumatism NeuralgiaIAt all De Urs Prlc 25c 50o 6 100 Sent freStans Book on Horses j Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry Sloany615Albeny t ftsPKRCJY JONKS 8 Cafe and RestauSVOO- BHOR tTO A O eAMmOM 4e Soda Water lea Green t t V prrppTelephone No 90 r HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED PropSttoeos1 and iraiiite- Monuments CURBING STONE WORK oraD Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY t AbA5t I Will build you IONA HOMEICASV MONTHLY IAYMKN It will pay you to inv t Iatc this plan It will interest you If you are paying rent 1 carry the only compute Hue ef twiktlNg mt ml1 hardware sash and doors to be fount in the CUT M are right You be the judge call and see w A DCDDS tttr11vt1 r rrtr rr r 1Ift1lt iJrarnjers lCh OtS jnk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Bask That wo offer to depositors Otlwr 111 ducomunts pro of socondury imp rt4ini Upon this Guarantee we solicit your duly rfrngC J A THOMPSON 1 r H BUCHANAN Proaldonfe DJREOrrORSI- C tICHAMAIf tJJ C5 HUMIUKANT U II TUMII UIpr J W AIKXAMIKK K M INIKK UrJ tllt Rut I T A IKnruKB Dr S K Davidson DAN TIST oyerOowtrill Store Hickman Kentucky V V Marble Shepard School Home Last weeks itr The farmers are havl at the Shepard School Ii Saturday night They of the farmers union several members John Druer and H have put in a new telepti The farmers are all r ing corn land this sprin I have over 100 acres read Ing ihe Couriers Want Ads Payffl nJ f i