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I csII I I THE ieUCRIER0 0 Gr1 tIleleg tes JI and Visitors to the Fulton County Sunday School Convention in Hickman Next Sunday a Cordial Welcome I I 140 41 r 0 wrrsTUgtt 1RTUOU HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY FRIDAY APRIL 19 1007E1tlBLI1BED IPO 7176 Ci Ill TUB U1l1t O i Some TJlTK IN figure wash material figures at to small ftgnret in ex to In yard 20c Iilfti t the uv we it and want t prove it to The reams are coats are made IMngs and have qlt it pMtmnUod Ul satisfy Ir money refunded The are atds stripes and Mno the single its tofe rill kntokerfco oker 150 S6 StyB+ shj Spring Hats I HMfbs toot qualities LAd mail KU Kotrfw yotir choos rows 2a part Mesoopes and two of the twat papular uta i lei ping Also a full straw Matt tit yacht and tele AU qMttihs and prices 100 to I i I 1J hLiL L hLiL h man in Pennsyl lie for a cancer t rowth of hair and w taking the medi- A lead of cancer go up tee r who had evidently I f newspapers wereI ritiotie news aper Is mantle of lume that published old a u some day lI in a tree and watchr What a1- 5w A Court Judge 3 r I Circuit Court In acf agiisut Spring WASH GOODS I belated arrivals whichshould have reached SpecialValues r figuresper yard 6e RHODA BA a teed wash pilkadeliMADRAS CLOTH I cheeks plaids and seat price per yard lOc and15c VASSAR BATIBTB a lteaaUCu 1- fJIaltty af in Itrlpes- acat and ebetk 12c ROXANA BATISTE checks and a very sheer and beautiful waN goods at15c LIKFHS all shades awl cellent tpaMtlM Sf JO toboi wide nuigtog pritc frera to 80c I OTHINGBuill to Stand Wear tMl Mtan yeu tbt with the best pasts reInforoed patterns gray anti rotors styles are and trousers Prices to ii 500 i 1rl here and There lii Lilli lliu LiL cancerp owwild the a outpget out cold paper picture Hob ymmonwta1tk per John Oldham and P B Cooper in which was construed the legislative act prohibiting the selling by wholesale of spirituous liquors at point other than the place of manufacture In a county where the local option act is in force It was agreed that the liquor was sold at the free ware house of appellees distillery The court here says that under laws of the United States the liquor cannot be sold and delivered while in bond I and within the meaning of the statute the place of manufacture is not the distillery survey but the premises of the defendant where the whisky is mader The Meade County Messenger observes On the same day recent ly a man paid 65000 for a picture and another 7000 for a dog Now which Is further evidence of the present high coat of living Boaforts Wine and Spirit Circular a flltr1H4 lhwQC organ M so WOOL DRESS GOODS Dress Suiting In cotlon and wool small checks and solid colors The patterns are unusuallly attractive The prIces are 2536 and 60c Mohair Suiting in solid colon and small to 150 to 150Black Chiffon Panamas Sa inches at per yard 100 to 160 I or if us for clothes you be anxious about sell clothes 1050 are grays fancy possess marks to to 15 alarmed at the spread of that it declares that if there is one thing that seems beyond question it Is ttiat the liquor trade of this county mutt either mend its ways or be in places save the business and of large cities rx We read of the enor mous profits of medicine firms and the development into million aires of their Paris in Henry county one of these Obion county a fine chance to produce a patent medicine and aim in the person of Mr Walter B of Kenton McCul lough about two years ago or ganized the Krnton Chemical Com stock is now worth morepany than any bank stock in the county and rising in value This week Chemical placed five salesmen in field in Missouri Arkan sas in in Mis sissippi and one in Tennessee The people of Obion county will watch with k the rise sad growth of KNIT UNDERWEAR FOR SPRINGI It is time to your needs for summer under wear We have given special attention to this line this season and can give you special values in every grade Ladles vests white and ecru with tape neck and shoulder straps Special value at lOc vests with tape neck and arms trimmed with lace and insertion An extra value at 25 and 35c Ladies ribbed Union Suits trimmed in lace short sleeves and knee length Per garment 50c Ladies ribbed Vests trimmed in lace SOc 60c Stylish That I Nothing appeals nioro to woman than Mil Her judgoment on it is always final Sho rolishoH newness style individuality Our trimmorH arc constantly striving with these obI jcots in view and ado over on the for the now and approved modes Wo call your this week a now line of Ik ReadytoWear Hats At to 250 Specially Trimmed Hats At 250 to 600 Good MesjForo Spring 1 YdOLL SHINE In business society you come to neednt your appearance We Hart Schaffner Marx and that means quality and stylePrices to 2250 Stylish Suits at Medium Prices We showing this spring assortment than ever in popular priced clothing including rich blacks worsteds and cheviots they every feature that high priced clothing We call your attention the suits 1250 L SMITH 3i AMBERC fiV freelyu andrmoreL judgmenti Fashionable tanPricos en042to antisaloon legislation settled retail materially prohibited all tenderloin precincts our frequently patent proprietors developed millionaires stands king million McCullough Its constantly the Company traveling the one one one Kentucky one Wrest now All Ladles Swiss PleaseI linery and lookout attention to 125 Newly stronger this their home medicine company Troy News Banner cs Missouri Democrats have endors ed Bryan for their next presidential nominee c In the two great empires of China and Russia a greater number of persons are facing starvation than ever faced that fate In the past so far as authentic history bears testi mony In Russia according to Alexis Aladyin thirty millions are confronted by crop failure and have no seed grain In March April and May he says it is probable that a million people will die IfIn China ten millions confront famine o Gen J S Coxey of Coxeys army fame is preparing for another great movement on Washington trainIjust when all the rest oCIJI are beginning to think we shall have to walk ex Figures are published by the cen sus office showing that the population of the United States Is increaing I steadily sad enormously and that I Y n is now nearing the 100000000 mark The enumerated and esti mated population for the continen tal United States for 1906 is given as 83941510 and for the continent and the Insular possessions includ log Alaska the enormous figure of 93182240 There has been a general increase in density of popu lation from 26 to the square mile to 28 and the population of the cities has increased much more rapidly than that of the country The gen eral increase of population since 1900 was only 88 per cent but the increase of the urban population namely that of all the incorporated towns was 159 per cent And this increase was still more marked in the larger cities the increase In cities over 50000 In population be ing 163 percent ex The wets won in the Paris Ky election Thursday by a majority of 282 votes The wets had such a compact organization that they took possession of the polls early and polled their full strength on the start ex Dont forget the strawberry supper April 23 iw 10 iattivslr I AUB 1 I r KENTUCKY a Hats a a Proposition Not Dead This Is what the Paducah News I j sayjj railway from Paducah to Hickman I willIseveral days here last fall in the hope of interesting our people in this matter Because we knew nothing of Mr Archer he being a total stranger and the unusual manner in which he presented his proposition we failed to give him the encouragement which he possi bly deservedHere the NewsDemocrat has to say The proposed building of an electric line from this place on to some point on the Mississippi river Hickman or ColumbusIsIeitber as was recently erroneous theIa real thing Behind the enterprise as has been peretefore stated is the DuQuoin Belleville St Louis Railway company and it is no small concern As evidence of this fact companyhasthe Carnegie Trust company of New York in floating their bonds to the extent of 2000000 These bonds are to be issued as rapidly as possible to the extent of 2000000 after which the work of construction will commence immediately The company has a franchise covering 85 miles of road commencing at Zeigler in Franklin county and terminating at Belleville via Ben ton DuQuoin and Finckneyvitle The officers of this company are toArchereU secretary and H E Rots treasurer Mr D R Archer vice presi dent of the DuQuom and St Louis line recently spent some time in Paducab trying to interest local people in a proposed electric line from Paducah to Mayfield Fulton and HickmanMr H Scott and H H Loving are interested with Mr Archer and some Hickman and- Brookport people have been Inter ested in a small way Mr Archer feels that the proposition that be would like to get local people to consider IIs one worthy of attention of the citizens of Paducah as it would be a very profitable line if built and certainly would be of vast benefit to Paducah He has a thoroughly responsible financial concern in the east that will give a giltedge bond of SIOO 000 to build the proposed road and complete it in 12 months but in order to complete this arrangement it Is necessary for the eastern people to be brought here and inspect and approve the proposed route Certainly the citiaens of Paducah can appreciate what great values such a line would be to the city and Mr Archers proposition ought to be carefully investigated and if feasible encouraged liberally by the citizens of Paducah and those along the proposed line Paducah must have and will no doubt sooner or later have one or more interurban lines All delays in securing them only hurt the city and the sections of contiguous country they will traverse Our people would it is clear hasten what would prove most advantageous to lend whatever help they possibly can to any and all such projects- In general the East and the Middle West are bring built upmade to flourish like Green Bay treesby the construction of electric interurban lines Why should not Paducah reap a part of the good which must and will come Lets get In line with the Paducab peopleinvestigate the matter The plan is very liberal requiring no bonus and if claims are all honestly presented we could oak nothing better A great many coffin lids bear the words at rest Sometimes the undertaker man gets all the rest Who Where What When Shaw Bettersworths Hickman the freshest line of groceries ever irouhgt to town All the time r w T tt J r Ellison Bros Our splendid showing of new Spring Merchandise continues to attract crovds to is this gathering of highgrade materials andreason Unprecedentedour store and theres a very good stylish wearing apparel for Men Women and Children embracing in comprehensive variety the choicest reasonable Come and see us We best and most select of the seasons offerings at prices extraordinarily are glad to see you whether you wish to purchase or not FRESH DAINTY WHITE GOODS AT DESIRABLE PRICES We have the best assortments and best values in White goods to be seen in Hickman Beginning with the least expensive but worthy qualities there is almost an endless variety of weaves and qualities in every weight of plain fabric and ranging to exquisite novelties not to be seen elsewhere Prices are extremely reasonable Charming Dress Goods We have the largest and best line of Dress Goods it has ever been our pleasure to show you All the popular weaves of lightweight sheer Fabrics in black and all colors at prices positively the lowest offered this season In black and colors we show a splendid assortment of Voiles Mohairs Batistes Taffeta and Pana mas at 50c 60c 75c 100 and 125 In fine Tailoring and Suiting we show the best designs brought out this season All the most approved new colorings in approved combinations aL SOc 7Sc and 100 Splendid Silks We are showing an extensive assortment of Tin and Fancy Silks of durable quality black white and all the plain shades are here in many grades of servicable silks fromJOc to 150 yd In Fancy Silks we have quite an assortment of beautiful designs of the seasons newest effects for Waists and Suits The newest patterns stripes and floral effects on light ground6OcHandsome Silks Roman effects stripes checks etc a1 75c 8Sc 100 Extra good quality 36 in Black Taffeta 125 value at 100 White Wash Silk 21 Inch JOc New Wash Fabrics We have a tremendous stock of the most stylish weaves embracing the largest variety of prominent and popular fabrics ever seen at Hickman Zepher Ginghams and Chambrays Tissue Suit logs Soisettes Scotch and German Batistes Mercer iced Sheer Tissues in the seasons most stylish effects at1Oc 15c 20c 2Sc JOe and J5e Hundreds of patterns new effects prettiest Lawns and Batiste atS 8c lOc and 12 i2e Washable Dress Gingham regular 12 l2c val 01OC ties at J6 inches wide very sheer all pure Linen Cambric Lawn at a yard 50c Linen Suiting looks like a fine grade of Butchers Linen very serviceable for Childrens Suits and Ladles Skirts at a yard 15c 48inch Paris Muslin Batiste very sheer perfect weave a quality that will launder per featly very desirable for white dresses aL 50c Silk finish Lingerie Waistlng very strong and serviceable somethlug new 30c Check Dimity and Check Nainsook in different size checks a pretty quality at15cLinen finish Costume Cloth looks like handkerchief linen very sheer perfect weave 15c Many grades of Linen from 25c to 150 per yard Complete assortments of White Lawn Batistes Nainsooks Longcioths etc and a choice collection of new designs in Fancy Mercerized and Embroiderled Swisses Batistes and Scotch Muslins all at low prices Special Showing of Boys Clothing The most complete showing of boys clothing in Hickman Values that are matchless and phe nomenal Clothes that suit the boy andplease the mother Boys double breasted Suits of attractive plaid and mixture Tweeds and Cassimere at 150 Boys double breasted Suits of good quality Tweeds Cassimeres and Cheviots good 3 values at250Bo-Y double breasted and Norfolk Suits in big variety of very handsome and stylish patterns Cassimeres and Cheviots splendid quality decided 4 values atM 350 Boys Spring Suits 3 lo 16 years the double breasted style for the big boy Russian and Sailor blouse for the little men Knickerbocker or straight knee pants in blue serge or popular grays and fancies values usually sold at 650 and 700450500and 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 size 4 to 16 years all wool materialand 75c values special KIV Boys fine quality Knee Pants in blue serge and fancy stylish mixtures regular 125 values at lOO Boys Caps College Golf and Yacht Ityles50and 25c Mens Clothing An Unprecedented Sale Affording you a most opportuno time to buy a splendid suit fur less than the actual cost of production We ar- oCLOSING OUT V our entire stock of Mens and Young Mens clothing consisting of some 450 suite While those suits were not bought this season they aro all good quality in quite a variety of materials mixtures black etc and the styles are good Those suits aro such as sell regularly at 1250 15 1650 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 Wo offer thorn at about == =Half Price and Less=== Stylish Waists The largest collection and widest stylish Waists ever offered in HWcaun much lower than values White Wash Waists In xaeedtg great I of stylish models in many beautiful elects Pretty Lawn Waists all sizes white ar desIgn embroidery trimmed at 75 01 Fine White Waists elaborately trtowMt Insertions and White KmUtotderlei hi Luf fine Scotch Batiste at 17S 2511 White SIlk Waists latest modci spin ues at ISO Laces and Embroideries Special display of large and oomprefcf of Laces and Embroideries Edgings and Insertions to matoh in Swu A brief Nainsook and Hamburg effects from t narrowest to the very widest Flouncing and A Wide Hamburg Edgings and Insertions Big assortment of Frenoh sad Cerna Laces regular 100 at Newest Patterns forI German Val 1012 House Furnishings Everything necessary to furnish the hone the Spring cleaning k here in extensive vans Matting Rugs Oil Cloths Window Lace Curtains Table Linens eta all at low Rugs from Sow t Special Display of Roem She 9x12 Art V in Brussels and Velvet splendid ipmlitit jr designs at SIS SH 25 5 Mens FurnishingsH- atS The newest stylo in tho very Hhapo and sizo that will suit you Straw Hats Extremely nobby showing of Yachts and PanamaI Shoes Peters Diamond Brand Shoes and Oxfords are unexcelled Lot us fit yoJ PantsA largo assortment of Mons Pants ranging from 50o summor panM to 600 and 700 nil wool mixtures m tho latest pattorns Shirts All kinds of Shirtswhite shirts newest puttrn plain or plnitocl shirts negligeeshirts dross shirts ulIJll- and Mohair soft shirts Famous Monarch Shirts 9100 Neckwear Fancy Vests Arrow Brand Collars Handker chiofs Hosiery Underwear Gloves Suspenders Belts UPTODATE STYLES ROYAL TAILORMADE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS OUR SPECIALTY HICKMAN ELLISON BROS KENTUCK r HICKMAN COURIER i w sir tvlr scHI JBBBXTOK IIS l e I tsrbMl LAR pER YEAR t GI N ADVANCE I UKIIJIITSteil rAlltt- i ssarad- al April 10 1007 I ksottiltles cC trot the green ut sock ft1c f to Texas a I those and I rae to wintor- t t ifadeie of I as op a- S there arc A t e Twau I nhi TE a4 The tpssteloa UteINpkrIi j e ukeo the f ra ffOM pc circak I raiautOtt baaCItt avs IM- e t NattOMlj j e his oek r Maud JlIY no 43 1 plocatod- is ye rs- Mteotteryd Iii Aktu born fI t the Mat i rat of the r proeenh Sadant- t o lIaselI Mter eucb came i Secretary tr Geoeral- jtipi t Secretary rlbaft SOBl at u1 of the- nI irra IIIlo poratio Of uupny m Kes breech Ol the r nrlirltS wort r lltae tt the art and Soaro I a menisci the f u tuMr the tf1JUIII wtrtc1t ot lua at degaot It wakes rr It ts bettor oo yroa than to- ii 1 oot bsock Joe t renal just estt beJsNed a MS Jtad wry i tRi jmoh peer No users over k4 g other ciioib the husder 5oaother peoples r their GerM Mt Helpiold L a chaaae to help you hatchet s 1 iwk i lINe your a boomer or see lime of train de- lmoo Farmers Union Dates the dates and tooooly unions- WucatlwalI and II of Amertoa In v at MU Erie y Burnt school tMy 3d Flippinti111 19 tt Boafwrd Satur with Pleasant ry April 27 unto at Phelan y i Cavlngton Fri r y uoten at Nances v union at Poes eat Saturday April r union at Troy wig KeefeSay CosL undertaker in the rat a1 and night Tele e J a The r48HOEMf tf- w Whilebysiveneis it it modeled on lines designerTlicl aid in quality high grade in every roped sUIS1SO 400 500UtltU- H I A UCUBO CO Kattrs Brotlloo Mats sw lo- pBradley 6VParhamk W YSW O afi frJW j i t I H If t TILE A Sof E COLUMN tal t a I a I j I I I a a a IT MR J M tAtfMDBRO youMrwheat crop for use dollar Osr frtoatts the F I Je C U aim to oooperate with their brothers In HMCHUH Covoty aid put op an elevator at Moscow- We thought that some ol them and some of our noil onion friowit uhf cooperate with us and many of our members teased we might hoe a oar famine at thresMog these so we co M net take our wheat to Union Qty to a large ckrater and gadded to pot up two smelt elm tors ORe at Ca oe and ORe at Shuck Switeh or some where oo the M C It SLL Rjr We therefece trot at Hkfcmun on Thursday the 4th and rcrrhod our OMsffcolloii and by hiws as follows ART I lie 1 Officers of this Herator Co shell be Prestfos Vise Prod dent SoMtary lAd hoard of Sure Dtreotors 9c 2 Oflkors and directors shall he elected at the aImoot tog the last Saiordoy to April for OM year hot than Mid owe refit their sHoeessors ate elected and qcltltllsc 3 The dittos of officers bell he such as fall to offitora In staffer organlMttoM porMtln aIi ros of twontTAvo dollars oath Wt no inowher riwll own either hy MCtiptoM or porchaic more than forty shares ART 2 1Mtc1 The hoard or Dlroetors shall hut charge of the prvdenUa ooMOcrss of the company hire agents and representatives and decide their compensation taut said expense and tomponsation mutt ROt exceed the Hoome of the elevator for the wrrent year Sec 2 The eaRl of Directors shall make a written report to the stock holders at the regular annual it CURt Sac 3 The testing and weigh Ing of wheat received at elevator shall be done wider the supervision of the directors by their duly authorized anent Iec When wheat crops are large stockholders shall be limited to 300 bushels per share but if the elevator Is not full they may store more than 200 bushels per share SICS Stockholders must Ale with the directors of the elevator the number of acres and the probable number of bushels they wish to store not later than June 10 ART J Sue 1 Wet wheat ur wheat in such condition as to damage other wheat in elevator or that would low er the grade below No 3 shall be rejected or handled in sacks until dry enough to store in bins at the owners extra expense Sac 2 Depositors shall receive price for wheat when sold only for grade established by authorised tester at elevator when stored Sac J Stockholders shall have preference of storing their wheat first members of A S of Enetstockholders second and nonunlert farmers not stockholders third and lastThe OHstitutiontlatoa I are orged to take stock In this elevator company out nen unlen farmers will be permitted to take stock and cooperate with us Also that We the farmers of hUM Ce Ky have decided to ereot aa elevator at Shuoks Switch maydoeUeopooto store our wheat The farmers sear Cayce are al Toady at work soliciting stock for an elevator at Cayce We visited Cayce en Saturday pra there we met our young fden- dGorle Roper with his graphophone aid a goodly number of farmers Mr Roper belongs to the F E and C Ucoo he kindly consented to take his graphophone into the hall and play a few times to collect the audi ence Some JO farmers assembled la the hall and we addressed them for forty minutes The Committee secured some promises of new members at the next meeting after whloh the consti tution was read and stock solicited to build an elevator at Cayoe Ky Mr Chas Noonon headed the list with 12 shares of 35 each and soon secured other signers We thank Mr Roper for his music and cooperation and hope that he and his fellow F E and C U brother wilt succeed in erecting a good elevator at Moscow and store their wheat Can we not take a lesson from this music Why not send and get some oqwltysongs have our wives sisters and daughters learn them attend our meetings and play and sing them How rapidly the men will Join when the ladles attend It Iis our intention to solicit stock this week to build an elevator under this constitution to be built at Shuck Switch or somewhere on the N C St L Ry but the location will be decided on before any one is asked to take stock so there will be no leap in the dark We find there have been some mistakes about the elevators and the pledge Some members thought we were pledging farmers to hold their wheat until it Iis rotted if we did not get a dollar per bushel The pledge states that if we do not secure SI on or before Sept 30 that the pledge is null and void Let us meet oftener discuss more understand one another better and we shall succeed What does Shaw Bettersworth sell Go and see DOWN AND OUT Thats where we will put competition if you will just give us a chance to make you a price on what lumber and building material you use before buying elsewhere We want your trade and we are prepared to give you everything In the shape of quality price and treatment In order to get it All we ask Iis an opportunity to show you So next time you want a little jag of lumber or a large bill for that matter drop In and get our prices We can make it to your advantage to drive quite a bit out of your way to buy from Hickman Lumber Planing Mill Co Inc e Y Young Peoples Christian En deavor Organized j At the Christian Church Sunday YoungPeoples I organized The constitution and acceptedAwas appointed to meet and nomi nate officers On Monday afternoon the committee met and nominated the following officers Elder Frank H Vernor Chris Han Church President rite Virginia Luten Methodist Church Viee President Mite Mayme Naylor Presbyte rian Church Rcoording Secretary Min Nina Glenn Christian Church Corresponding Secretary BapUstGhurch An effort was made to select the officers la such a manner that each of the churches would be represent ed It is a goed work and it is hoped that the young people from the various churches will get interested and work for the movement There was considerable Interest manifested the first meeting and those who are working for Its organisation wore very much en couraged The endeavor will meet at the Methodist Church next Sunday afternoon at 6 30 to elect officers The anFurniture Co Inc have the largest stock of Undertakers goods in Western Ken tucky which can be fitted up at all times on short notice Telephone number 20 Jordan Dan Glenn spent Sunday with home folks Mrs Dr Phelps Is on the sick list this week WntonCttyMist hie Alexander visited Mrs J M Chest Sunday Mr and Mrs Swan Borrus atten jled sanricM at Mt Zkm Sunday Rev Wynn Ailed his regular ppointaottt at Mt Zion Sunday Miss Willie Mayea Iis spending this week with Miss Addle Browder Mesdames Carter and McConnell sprat Tuesday Right with Mrs J M Glenn Maura Shankle and Harris of Lives spent Sunday with Jim MoA toe Mrs C G Alexander and children returned Sunday from a lIitI- Lt Moscow Misses Rubye Seay and Lottie Under were guests of Miss Jane McConnell Sunday Glad to see Mrs R Y McConnell at ohuroh Sunday after an absence of several months on ac count of sickness Have you bought your coal 1 I- not why not telephone no 481 Muss Bernice RON a well known youngwoman of this county in pilling a fire of corn stalks in the Acid where her fathers hands were at work caine in contact with the Rimes which quickly enveloped her clothing and in ten seconds her body was burned to a crisp Death eosurd Thursday after the most excruciating suffering for two days The girl was but eighteen years of age and was In school In the United States district court at Cape Girardeau last week a bootlegger was lined 1000 and sentenced to six months in jail Dave Rosenthal a Morthouse merchant who reoantly assigned under suspicious circumstances was committed to jail for contempt until he could remember what went with goods not accounted for Church Notice Preaching at Baptist Church at 11 a m Sunday Every body in vited Baptizing at 230 p m Let all the candidates be ready at that hour T F MOORE Pastor Pro Tem Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no 48 for coal Hickman Ice and coal Co One night last week a Fulton policeman saw a little boyan the street and told him he must go home or be put in jail All right said the boyull1 go to jail But why dont you go home asked the officer I dont want to It replied the boy Dads at lodge mas gone to the euchre party Brads out walking with his girl and Sis is at the theater with her beau They left me and the dog at home Ill go to jail It Mr Farmer If you want a har row see Chas Armstrong at Olivers old stand lie does all kinds of repair work too 45 Sunday School Convention The Annual District Sunday School Convention will be held at the Baptist Church 7 30 p m Sunday April 21 1907 All churches will adjourn and everybedy is invite- dPROGRAM Anthem w Choir I DevotionalI Exercises M W Anthem M M yu pChoir Sunday School CenventoniiMMMMMMtW Wilson Hymn Congregation Need of Teachers MeetingsJt W Roney The Home Department wMrs Randle Vocal SOloMtn Mabel Wilson SUPERINTENDENTS SECTION Methods of Increasing AttendanccF T Randle Missions in Sunday SObooLC P Shumate Duet Misses Fuqua and DeBow Temperance In Sunday SchoolMIsIMatUe DeBow Hymn Congregatlen Additions to Church from the Sunday School B F Gabby Cradle Roll Oscar Salmon Male Quartet The Value of an InvltaUonEld E H Vernor The Greatest Need In My SChoolooR M Metheny Anthem The New Convert In Sunday SchooLRevs C L PriceIJ L Lucas HC Johnson DOXOLOOY All talks are limited to three minutes except the first three Any subject may be discussed WiltJJlueFJIJJDUHe115 murdering Mangrum means the hottest cleanest flame produced any stove flame the New gives instant a is np- pliedno delay trouble soot no Forcooking rhor NEW PERFEO10N Wick Blue FlareOil Cook Sfove is unequaled It gives quick results because its heat is highly concentrated Cuts fuelexpeaso Evervnstove If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency The bestRBB allround household use Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled Perfectly constructed absolutely safe unexcelled- in light giving power an ornament to any room Every lamp warranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY UAUJtCtIATD I ou 4- N PROTECTIVE PLUMBING o c o overlook fact =plumbing U essential point A In modem beading The of your family andself may depend on the proper sanitation of your home ami quality of the fixtures JHKferiT Porcelain Enameled plumbing fix Cures provide qualities which assure you unitary utitfactloa combined with durability and beauty We sell these fixtures and combine with their installation the quality of which has given ui a reputation large contract or a hurried call for repairs secures attention and prompt cmce Cotton Adams Plumbers Thutrial asked for by the I counsel for Dr Flest of Nashville who is con acted of Mrs last year and who is undersentence of death was refused and an appeal made for an appeal to the State Supreme Court Ten days were allowed to file a bill of exceptions whims will be done DONT PUT OFF for wkt you ace do tOt1ft Jf you nut ott iHiyiuun louttl or ftnllard Pillow IJitlmeiit Wkem Mmt rnlB emus you MOBt have HIV JW II Iultle Iwey A IMMUIvoeurv lot KlMHtttaUttii lmriMjHii Hprnln Ibatrnele4 Mwe etc T H- mhltlll Prnfellruve Ark writ- I wtih to thank you fur the euod n nlU I rrfvlvftl from Nitow Liniment It IK I tl J y eurwlmteofttheuntaUmtnrtetulpor4- t h tuhl It1 tuwglli 1111 lore Dad Helm t HlllMMi The man who learns to look upon death as merely the finishing touches on an education for life has learned the first real lesson in right llvlngII F It and by This is the Perfection Oil Stove the lightedmatch no no dirt warranted Dont the that good the most home health the work A equal tomorrow ITbe display in Ellison food store window has been attracting a deal of attention the past week The display consists of an attract ive arrangement of corn oats bran cotton seed and hulls and chicken feedHickmans leading undertaker at the Farmers Hardware Company Incorporated SOUTHERN 1 rwinj the name the best laundry in the South Leave your laundry at Lfl Smith Ambergs All work delivered Give it a trial this weekI Frank Smith Agt jIJ v u We Do Not Substitute The policy of this store is We live- you what you ask for If we do not carry in stock the arti 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 Business Picking UpIFulton is all agog over of H J Newton a private detective I from Chicago Newton was brought there four weeks ago by Mayo U S Shacklelt and the city councIl for the purpose of unearthing boot leggers The man went quietly to work and secured the conviction of a number of illicit whisky dealers With the first exposure came throat against the detective The threat were made by men who were in no manner connected with the whisk dealers but who despised Newton because of the business in which he was engaged These threats wer made it was alleged by Whayn Thomas proprietor of a poolroom J and by R S Murphy Jr Mayor Sbacklett Chief of Police Eaker and others warned Newton not to go about Thomas and Murphy fearing trouble would arise Friday morn Ing while Newton was in Morris 2 Bards store Thomas and Murphy walfcedin Newton spoke to no1 mal whereupon the latter sak Dont speak to me Im no friOAd of yours As he advanced toward Newton the latter flashed a revolver and warned him to stop With the gun in his hand Newton backed out of the store He was arrested Ii his room in the New Century Hotel upon two warrants one for pointing a pistol and the other for carryla concealed weapons He was trie upon the first charge and the jury disagreed Another jury was em paneled and the case tried again After being out one hour the jury returned a verdict of acquittal holding that Newton acted in self defenseThe sentiment of the town was divided the liquor element aiding the prosecution and the prohibItion- Ists the defense Much bad blood was arcused and in open court H T Smith attorney for the defense asked the court to instruct the chief of police to search every man in the court room This demand caused quite a stir among the several hundred people in the court room No such demand was ever before made in this county The court overruled the motion and the trial proceeded No hostile demonstra tion was made and the verdict of the jury was received in silence No such event has occured in Fulton since the trial of the Agel outlaws If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw do Betterswort filltbat bill of groceries On account of the nine hour a day law which goes into effect shortly in regard to railroaders and teleg raphers the railroads throughout the country are closing many ol their offices in small places and moving the men to the city and larger offices which will require three sets of operators instead ol two as at present See the Hickman Furniture Co Inc line of suites and rockers be- lore buying your spring furniture At Ashland Kysix skeletons and S300 in gold were dug up on a farm near Ashland while excava tions were being made for a house The site was occupied by a house before the civil w- arReOpened U etter than Xv r I EM back In business at myold alas LSd am better prepared te serve you than before the fire hIJWIc ta1 BI fShort Order a Specialty jPOTDfaMMr 1180 to 1OG lull lint oC CoQircUoes Cigars ice IJza WMso Confederate Reunion The official program of the Confederate reunion at Richmond Va is as follcws Thursday May JO Meeting ot convention in the morning and parade of Veteran Cavalry Asso I elation Army of Northern VIrginia and unveiling of Stuart statue fn tbe I toIi sors and maids of honor Friday May 31 Meeting of oon vention in the morning busln I session and reoption in the afterneen t ball and entertainment of ConCeder ate Veterans at night Saturday June 1 Business SB lion in the mQrnin of Veterans Sons of Veterans sponsoi publilInExecutive Mansion by the Governo of Virginia at night Sunday June 2 Memorial ser vices at the Auditorium in the after noonMonday June 3 Grand parade and unveiling of Jefferson Davis monument In the morning Grant rally at Convention Hall ofVeterans Sons of Vet ans sponsors maids of honor Memorial Association and United Daughters of the Confed eracy at night w1pI iweaiHUr e4eek a tnItI wthettrippe when taken nuly1 or at Iti uMr ea 1U our Natp ands4Am OeMi tree It you win writ him Ti earlOeMIReumea18GId Sues the Lee Line A special from Paducah says I For marooning Mrs Catherine Wakefield of Bandana Ballard county on an island in the Ohio river I the Lee line of steamers was today sued for 2000 damages at Wick liffe Ballard county Mrs Wake field is 65 years old and had been in an infirmary in Louisville She was dismissed from the infirmary and took passage on the steamer Georgia Lee for Bandana I intending to drive through to her I landmgIafternoon her in her stateroom and she required only a short time to dress In the meantime her luggage and a lot of freigh was being unloaded She was toll that Ogden landing bad been reach ed Mrs Wakefield was greeted on emerging into the open air by gusts of cold rain The water stood high on the lam and the surroundings did not appear familiar to the aged woman and no one was there to meet her Every where she saw water and realized a- II mistake had been made and she wai on Williams island three miles from Ogden landing For more than three hours the aged woman walked the narrow island beating her hands and crying for help Long after dark she was rescued by a fisherman who heard her cries After some hard pulling the oarsman landed her near a farmhouse where she was forced to stay on the second floor with high water within a few inches of her bed She contracted a cold and was forced to return ti Louisville for treatment The young ladies of the Methodist Church will give a strawberry and ice cream supper at the home o Mrs J T Stephens on Tucsda evening April 23 from S to II oclock Kenneth Anderson of Charleston Mo writes Inclosed please find JlOG for which you may put me 01 the right side of your ledger for this year The Hickman Courier Is one of the best country papers I eves saw and I congratulate the management on the improvement math last year it deserves the support of 1 every citizen of Fulton Co Wish mg you success I am Yours truly I Jamestown ExpotitihnI IOn May 13 1607 three boat anchored off a peninsula which juttf into Powhatans River and their set up a stockaded place of defence which they called James Fort Our hundred and five settlers were left bv the ships j among these was John Smith a wonderful genius and ads veturer a man destined to carry the infant colony through perilous trials Smith and his men and those who followed them made out of the fort a town which they called James City i and from James City grew Virginia and from Virginia these United States The Exposition will celebrate in 10C7 the 300th anniversary of the Nations beginning- It will be located on the shores overlooking the beautiful wateis of Hampton Roads Virginia around which cluster the populous and thriving cities of Norfolk Portsmouth Newport News Hampton Old Point Comfort and Fort Monroe The site is one of unsurpassed natural beauty tt e landscape treat ment of which promises the most picturesque effect ever attained at any exposition held in America Just one week from today the gates will be opened The Courier has looked up the railroad fare from HIckman A round trip season ticket will cost 3415 60day tick et 2965 15day ticket 2430 Here is the Exposition in a nut sholl Official nAme Jamestown Ter centennial Exposition Character Military Naval Marine and Historic exhibition Nature State National and Ins tenxUional Historic exhibition Purpose Commemoration of the first permanent settlement of English speaking people in America Opening date The hour of noon April 36 1907 Closing date The hour of mid night November 30 1907 To be opened by the President of the United States To be closed by President and 3ovemors of the Exposition Location t Exposition grounds m Hampton Roads near Norfolk Portsmouth and Newport News Va Exposition Company Headquarters Norfolk Va Size of Exposition grounds 400 acres of land space fronting the wide expanse of Hampton Roads with an area sufficient to anchor the navies of the world Distances from Exposition grouds Norfolk City limits five miles Fort ress Monroe four miles s Old Point Comfort three and a half miles Newport News five miles Ports mouth eight miles Ocean View three miles Exposition grounds reached by electric rallwfy steam railway and steamshipsOpening hour for Exposition gates 8 oclock in the morning Closing hour for Exposition gates t 11 oclock at night Price of admission to grounds i Adults 50 cents Children 25 cents Government buildings on Exposi tion grounds open at 9 oclock in the morning and close at 6 oclock in eveningThe Exposition has three miles of water fronttwo and a half miles on Hampton Roads and half a mile on Boush Creek Two sides of the Exposition grounds are inclosed by a high wire fence covered with honeysuckle crimson rambler rose and trumpet creeper vines The Expositions great military drill plain contains thirty acres surrounded by trees and pretty walksA trail two miles long and twelve feet wide runs from Boush Creek which flows into Hampton Roads through the most Interesting part of the Exposition grounds A romantic winding trail called flirtation Walk follows along Canoe Trail for more than a mile A fine beach extends along the Exposition grounds for a mile The various Stale buildings are all near the water front From the State buildings can be seen ships and steamers going out to sea and coming in from all parts of the world The Jamestown Exposition is a historical study of the past 5JOO years I The prevailing style of architec ture at the Exposition is Colonial Many of the Exhibit buildings and all of the States buildings are to be permanent structures More than a million flowers growingbeing planted Furniture Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 Try the Couriers Want Column r IN THE STUD 1r At Oakwood Stock Farm Hickman IKy rv ALFRED G 12452 Record 219v This great horse is conceded to be one of the greatest harness horse lru of the present day Having sired three with records better than 2t0 and forty other wth records better than 2130 tie Is 153 hands high rich brown tn color and has the but of disposition As to being a sire that is the best that has ever been In Western Ken tucky or Tennessee he needs no recommendationsTERMS for the season of 1907 3000 cash at time of service to Insure 11 fred G will only be allowed 20 outside maressDR ROAN 44832 This young hone Is the grandest bred fellow in Kentucky He is bv Alfred 1u 12452 and his first dam is that greatest of great broodmares SPANISH MAIDEN dam cl Lizzie A 31 21134 Margrave 2l5fy sold when I17 years old for 67001 Cubans xtBaron Review 2t2l 14 Hobart 2i8 I14 Alverton 2123 Sunday Morning 2291 lrv Mippv Medium 400 sire of Nancy Hanks 2104 Dr Roan is a roan hone 16 hans heat wii great bone and substance and has a great flight of speed This hone will not matte a public season this year Will be used for my private usetIRASCIBLE SQUIRREL 2808 Black Horse 16 hands high foaled 1001 IRASCIBLE SQUIRREL is the blackest of black horses with the but ul jp S tions fine mane and tail has length of neck and the best back that any horse etr had with fine bone and a great deal of substance He has fine action at all the gait He a fine breeder and his pedigree cannot be improved upon as a saddle horse Th h neatraces on his sires side to Black Sauirrel Dave Sham Peavineall noted hone n ht saddle hone history On his dam s side he traces to Mambrino Patchen Berttume tof VanMeters Waxy foundation stock i to Bald Hornet an extra fine saddle uihr ad Grey Eagle His first third fourth and fifth dams woo all noted saddle mart n nQ a running walk pace and trot also the rack naturally fast and easy There is nt sjccie stallion witn as many natural gaits saddle dams as this one TERMS for the season of 1907 2000 to insure Due when mare proves to be r 1 L SEASON OPENED MARCH 15 1907 Tabulated pedigrees of the above mentioned stallions will be furnished up application It will give us great pleasure to show these horses to the breeding I at any and all times JsVFOR SALEA few choice harnessbred colts and fillys OAKWOOD STOCK FARM- R A TYLER Prop The Isle of Pines By the supreme courts edlltA the Isle of Pines must be looked upon as foreign territory in the future The enthusiastic American there fore who in a visionary way has been wont to dream of vast wealth gleaned from the tropical isle must fieldsjTbeby Columbus in 1494 on his second voyage though he had touched the mainland of Cuba upon his tint voyage Its name is doubtless derived from the forests of its northern part which Include besides pine cedar and mahogany Tne southern halt is swampy but offers attractions for cultivation of products through drainage Itloll and climate are very fine and have attracted large numbers of Amerioan investors whose hopes of American sovereign ty and ownership have now been rudely dashed From the supreme court there is no appeal The Stars and Stripes are not to wave above the tropical isleIWHY larva tnrpM liver whim HerMii the onl1 Iver regulator will help your TlicnoU stn MUQU WILY you ibiml user from DjrtPflO ala OonaUpIUpnOhmeI Bpd Ewer or a11- 7Ilrer rom D twtex IIMhltI1 sere m ou HO WBlte Wealvlll a nett1 wit ilek for ntha with ehlllt rreratld after uklnir two tottlm uf Utiilne am well nml lumllhy Hold tluowin Uruitturean Helm A Million The trial ofAlbert Carr charged with seduction took place before fudge Edward Crosiland today and the defendant was held over to wait the action of the grand jury fn the sum of 500 Young Carr is MyrtlePierceand the young woman Is under the ige of 21 years The warrant was sued for Carr sometime in March md he went to Texas from which byrocutablegave bondMayfield Messenger 1 Immediately after being ad pitted to ball two suits for 10000 ach were filed against him One by the girls father for services rendered the girl and one by the girl for breach of promise the Man With Dandruff ese now be cured Ho should buy a- Loltle1 otZKMO today ZEMOdcirors be seem that causes the disease Its- IsePEsps Itching Instantly proveaU Ml at hair and Icimc the scalp in a data Ies3t i owUUo All Dfairtg hrHI6 iy 1efsk a Jf111ee IA Romantic Marriage rwm UN HM lItawt M MM Many young people are nothing IIf net romantic torac morose that others A couple of young people braved toe cMlir winds of last Wed nesday and drove out to Rev W H Btalocks home and called his out Upon etMrgiiig be was intern ed by the young man Robert Farm er of Barns Rllge that he and his fair companion Mtos Queer Wilson of ThreeStates wished to be married The good divine in vited them in but was informed that they wished to be married whll standing inI the buggy and the good parson aecomedatod them at once This was the second marriage ceremony that Rev Dialoek has performed in the road InI gnat of his residence Freshest line of groceries IIs town can be found at Shaw sit Dot terswetths Sunday Night Wedding Mr G B Listen of Fulton and Miss Bessie Langford of this oily were united in marriage at luck man Sunday night at 10 oclook by Rev H C Johnson The ceremony was performed at Mrs Rudders a sister of the bride The happy young couple took the 10 30 train for Fulton their future hone Sample Copies of The Louisville Daily Herald may be had at this office Remember we can send DallyHeraldStates for only 200 When two are they are fighting When two young people are engaged they are merely getting In trim for the fighting to come later on H C Barrett the undertaker Is- witb the Farmers Hardware Company Incorporated the house of quality The biggest river event ever seen in Cairo harbor next to the visit of the Nashville will be the series of races to be given as the feature for the Southern Hustlers meeting June Aisthorpeffeature says 50 boats will be here Cairo Bullentin The Courier needs you you need tM Courier subscribe now 3 ProM the Fulton The Evening Rear Baird Printfw w litto venture ill F r motets are yoonc v our oily asut have u and ability to make undeftaktiig they n i are well palMed line of bostaeM manager of UM hrn of sterling flU111I h sons oanwtbe four j GOOD JIT r w I iso v7 M h ill IftiMia i r I wrta I =new Iu p A a sir Hd Brtwdor a ef near Fulton U r a crlttoal oonditi l where hf wont ht c mentelit famtlti worried over his cu rorUnUrrbtetHMx zt V lucrftj TOtal d KiUrrb I1nielr H + wn hnUTu aaNrIi rnfe UJ UOIIA iSUfii JJib the Lr n- eah r ffii tJbsauar- The HickmanrInc keep an cxj taker in their store a night calls will be prrted Telephone No NCSILR R aoaiDcu TIMS A Nolt Naltat4l HDrjeKO T Mat MWl if pre r No II XNoinuiwtaiKx a n- Nn So S Inll And tJlrrS Mall anil Nil t t No AfOOIIHIIOlUMOB It II J DreS K Davidson DENTIST OWon over OOWKIW Drug HickmanKentucky V TiIIj J f t Local Jllotes In Full idt Sunday In jo tor the Un r1 tuhlme to- rMemfMsr Ieveral p Llttc Count t gi iN e tome t nettlrl from I r r S niaywIlth Jr hi IfI fIOUe Y rk geo Mr Hill l e red ken- t e- SuI Tlpt +1C val SIJnkUy tltatS v v A i + dwrn Iii iJy ba- OOOtt1C1 e r Fun rutsI tae CO = till tdrr- Mk aid fret y vMre the lYIA 1 i kse- ayarr Tei- p nd r ttits- h Si 11 at t 0 drt70at Cr 011111pnon 4r- a ne IeetJter wpp IIIme 1III ItIOINYo And UMllOthtt- r t c a 1cw- r AIIM retaraod free f eN has Iron r Ilea JWin ur and Man TwueJ tSler Sw- tt i 11011- o Ai bIIIJtwc6tr J I of Mt sea am- eottlMtesil nk Q I VIlk ywr Ito the r rfUt topper a- uea r ovenln up at YPatsen r IU Coble to town u at Ule same WIU prhal Mt uy TW will be u Ie Texa I tcioIt onuN d two the Meats e1- n r sad wire Mrl a NewbeIR Tenn nn ooagregatioi rvieosof Elder lumboWt Tenn meeting to begin phSerhtr The meeting h mdelflUc time al maple at caol aNt everyone solos of meet 1 i welcom- ellillalaalAAAAAAAAAAA Ellisontht turday Rain Sunday sn or snow aMondayc 5 Fair weather I Tuesdayjtit weather Wednesday Local rains Thursday weatherrFriday1 Local rains B P S ltorBest mlMj eVldenN XE2IT- UCCYmhrerrVnrr TTYYYYYYYYTYY Cetorler Want Column WlIJIIi thtfC Wfr Hni 1 M msili ttlifar I HNIQ 4 AAU AAAAA WeiHickmantf t FOR SALE Fine young milk cow I with young calf M A McDAJMB FOR SALE cowl1 FOR SALE A few tons of arab grill and clover hay T I C 1IFOR SALETwo good youni milk cows price right H 11JHarding Route 2 15 FOR RENT six room houeioii- heart of town Sll a month Apply at this office 44U goodsVeryply to B E Milton WANTED POSTSI want serf J postsfeetFOR SALT Three males and the Jersey milch cow May be Teen tn Trey road 2tf W C Wilson WyandottesWhite I egg Prices reaHnableMrfru MttCE RICE Phone 7M2 45Ii- FOR SALECOTTON SEED Tase wishing cotton seed would Ii advise to get at once as we are hipping the seed out very fast Wef hue sow a choke lot of assorted etlJ F S L Dodds Co 4Jtf STRAYED OR STOLENDork ay mare ten years old shod in front sloes almost worn out hoofs racked ia front and holes bored- ttrlcka in with pocket knife Return e er oforttt B C Alcxaoder West ickjMK ant receive reWard 45 j NOTlCIWhy is It men raiseI 10M hogs Rake O I C logs eigh from 500 to 1000 pounds sodas record vol S litter of 12e tiled 10 i Dam Snowftake reaII 746 vol S Utter of 10 raised 9 1- While Rots GUI with her first lllter IJ BKXUT HATMH Hlekman Ky rand No 8 46 J I NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE OCL8 buy my oonplete howse keeplng Htlt at a great saorMce Its oomc pIete in every detail as good as the II- iJay it left the tore everything CN need wilt sell as a whole or in horn Warty a bargain Get 1 way May be seen at Mrs Wit logs in Hlokra anJaxRE MJII LOME 44 r c Watson ft serving meals again Ctr wIt tOHrt Monday May 6 W B Rawhn of Martin was acre TIIewlitt Mrs J T Stephens spent Tues day tit Union City Mrs I D Price was a Union Cltv visitor Senday Dr F M Usher Srf Fulton as in town Monday Frank MoCraoken and Ira Green pent Sunday In Cairo Corporal Frod Dodge returned toI nlon City Thursday Htokman Furniture Co Ino- for everything in furniture Rev T F Moore of Martin wal a Hickman visitor Tuesday The K K Man Mr Williams haa been quite sick forthe past week Mist Alex Adams IIs spending the week with relatives in Metropolis m IsMiss Fay Sounders visited her is- ter Mrs Eugene liettersworth this week Phone 52 is the place to order coal and stove woodNewton Coal ompany4StfEd Adams our popular plumber has moved into his new home In- Weat Hickman Our line of Mens Furnishing odds are complete and up to date Iradley Parham The Undertaker at the Farm erl Hardware Co will answer your caUl promptly day or night The trial of Marvin Stephenson who was arrested by the United tales Marshal at Cayce this county recently charged with mberxlcmcnt and who was lodged In the Paducah prison to await the United Sates Court at that place wal heard this week and a ten once of six months in the penitent ary imposed Money had been missing from the mails several times and he as carrier on the route was uspecled The officers went to ayce and laid a trap for him Into rhich he proceeded forthwith to allIII Open night and day Elite Cal e Saturday IncCayceR D Happy of Mayfield walln the city Wednesday HatsithemBracy Watson is back in the restaurant business at the old stand Mrs J E Fuqua went to TAUb vine Sunday for a short visit Frank Usher son of Dr F M of Fulton was in town thl week The house of quality Is the right plaoe to buy coffins and cal ketsProf J C Cheek was reelected to the prinoipalship of the Fulton schools Mrs L P Hutton Iis home from a Mcmphfriends A Union Revival IIs being held I Fulton In Rev Hudgins is doing the reaching Phone number 51 for H C larrett the undertaker Night phon number 164- Before buying let us show you our Mae Hickman Furniture ICo incorporated CItyformn town Monday Lee Bnltior of Covlngton Ten lessee was in the oily visiting hi ether last week Rev J L Lucas has returned root a two weeks visit with rela ives in Riptey Tenn Richmond McDaniel has bough Vallx WUHama totorest In the EUte- Cafe and is now sole proprietor All the late styles in Ladies Mea and Oxfords Let us fit- YOlir leetIOBradley Parhams The Hickman Furniture C etteulandThe Embroidery Club will be tertained ooxt Wednesday after on at 3 odook at Mrs R T yler s Dont forget that we have Just hat you are looking for in Shirts leckwear and HesteryBradley d arham Hd Whites smiling face was sees n the streets Monday lie Iis cttiag to be qaite a popular Knight d the Road F R Stover writes the Courier froM Jackson Term I Things are starting off line and we have a raekorjaek ohoir Ixpeot a grea meetingr The private Robt Tyler Chapte U D C will bestow Crosses of tenor to veterans on June 3rd Those desiring Crosses apply at ones Miss Marie Brevard for appll atlons Cards are out announcing the urriage of Miss Annie McConnell lurphy of Jordan Ky this county to Mr Horace Bettersworth ci aoksen Miss formerly a Hick mLn boy Mr Bettersworth is ia en of Mrs J W Purcell of Route Four recently moved to Jackson Mill where he is1 employed by the Commercial Bank of that place Hi II a young man who itI well liked bl all his associates and acquaintances list Murphy is a sister of Mrs Dr H E Prather of this city is ia ivorlte among the society people of her community is universally loved by her friends and companions and the young couple have hosts of riends who join with the Courier er in wishing them abundant success and a happy life The wedding wm take place at the home of Mr and Mrs W T Bondtirant al Jordan on April 30th They will make Jackson their future home Deputy United States Marsha Vade Brown who in making at crest in the lower bottoms last reek accidentally shot and killed a young man Jas Bolton whom hi attempted to arrest was brought to lickman from Paducab Tuesday and given a preliminary hearing clone Judge Naylor Attorney H F Remley of Hickman and Moore of Wickliffe defended the risoner Henry Remley it Iis the nanimous opinion of all present made the best speech in his argument of the case that he hat ever made since practicing in Hickman liter hearing the evidence and argu bent of counsel Judge Naylor ad nltted Mr Brown to ball to awai Circuit Court for involuntary man laughter The general sympath of the public is in behalf of the officer and everyone thinks that he should and will be exonerated at tbe trial next month Mr Brown Is the ucccssor to Mr Saunders who las summer was accidently shot in the leg and was compelled to have th irnb amputated and resign hi office w rIP 11T iII Our Proposition 4500 Buys This Mower or 65 for this Mower and a SelfDumping HayRake Pay OneHalf on March 1 ip08 The Other Half March 1 ip09 This iis the best investment you can make for your farm r t 4 4 I Round Trip Tickets to the Union Depot H you want to spend a short time at a great Union Depot similar to that at St Louis you now have the opportunity of doing so at the rate named below The usual crowd that is seen at a Union Depot will be here The train caller policemen lunch coun ter and proprietors ticket office the lovers newlywed couple Mr Henpeck and wife and everything including the bird cage About 4C people In the depot- Reservedseats on sale at Bercn dot Book Store Trains and all parties will arrive at the Union Depot at the City Hall Friday Night April 19 Reserved Seats Silo on sale al Borendes Book Store General admission 35 and 25c Nice Residence For Sale Arc you thinking of buying a residence 1 Do you want a nice one in an excellent neighborhood on the hill How does this one suit youl A bran new residence hint class iIn every respect containing five room and reception hall bath room and water closet fitted for hot and cold water electric lights good cellar This Is a good bargain and if yw are interested call at tne Courier office and gel information Court House News REAL STATE TRANSFERS J N Morris to Ima and Margaret Nix town lots Fulton 500 Albert Yates to Ernest Walke r town lot Hickman 20 R H Kirk to Lon Love town lot Hickman 50 Mrs McConnell to G S Miles land S3oo Ell Bynum to E E Boone town lots Fulton 1500 J T Underwood was appointed guardian for Georgia Underwood with J A Jones as surety Marriage License were issued to- G B Linton and Bessie Langford CIRCUIT COURT New suits filed with Circuit Clerk Morris the past week are t Blanche Boyd vs T T Crockett damage for 1000 for assault upon personBlanche Boyd vs T T Crockett damages for 3000 for false arrest F B Whayne vs G W Scott et al There have to date been filed six- teenI equity and thirteen ordinary cases f eo ScottMurrell At nine oclock Wednesday evening Miss Adelaide V Murrej and Mr Chas S Scott were married at the home of the bride in thll city Rev H C Johnson officiating The wedding was a quiet and beautiful affair only afew relative and intimate friends of the contract ing parties being present Following the ceremony an elegap luncheon was served after whlcl the happy young couple took the 1030 train leaving for West Baden Ind where they will spend a week or two thence to Louisville their future home Adelaide is the daughter of Mr and Mrs R S Murrtll and Iis a charming and accomplished younj ladyMr Scott comes from one of the best families in Louisville his home and is engaged in business with blsI father A D Scott at that place The Courier joins their host ofE friends In wishing Mr and Mrs Scott a bon voyage on the sea of life The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the building both day and night Tele phone No 20 Wet Hickman Correspondence Mrs Annie Hicks is sick at this writingMrs Viola White visited ber mother Sunday Mrs Slrrena Burton visited friends in the country Sunday Miss Stella Covey was the gues of her friend Miss Lllla Pollock Tuesday night Tobe Wright is improving his place by repairing his house and fencing his yard A S Barkett has a pretty new painted house John Rhines did the work for Mr Barket Mrs Jodie Provo and children cIf Bardwell Kyare visiting her mothr Mrs P T Tyler 1Mr rirl Hammonds is painting his house this week Mr Ham mondr is our popular police Miss Jessie Brown of Beech iII visiting her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs John Dotson this week Miss Hattie Ballard and littte brother Rupord are visiting their grand parents this week Mr am Mrs Dallas Covey Miss Ida White daughter of Jin White has returned home after ia two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Mary Powell of Blodget Mo I Mrs Anna Jackson has returneid home after spending a few pleasan days with her sister Miss Mary I Powell of Blodget Mo r Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting began Wednesday night at the Christian church in this city and much inter est is already manifested in the work Eld W J Hudspeth a very popular and well known Christian Evangelist is conducting the ser vices Eld Hudspeth is a splendid preacher entertaining and earnest in his work- Morning services at 10 oclock evening services at 730 You are cordially invited to attend this meeting Church Notice Preaching at the Methodist Church Sunday 11 a m by Rev J H Johnson il The night service is called in one account of the Sunday school mass y meeting at the Baptist Church S societyE i will meet at Methodist day 6 30 p m Notice Election of Teachers for Hiokman College for ensuing year will take pence Friday night May 10th Those of present Faculty wonting positions for another year will please s hand in their applications to Secy not later than May the 3rd S K DAVIDSON Secy Card of Thanks We thank the many friends who were so kind and helplul to us during the last illness of our dear mother May Gods blessings be with them alt Mrs Kate Cnshon Lon Howard W eoR Howark J D Howard A horrible crime was perpetrated at Arlington the early part of the week A young man named Stock ton went to the home of his uncle- and asked to stay all night The request was granted and he was assigned a room adjoining the one in which his uncle and aunt slept During the night the uncle was awakened by a noise In the room and opening the door the young man fired point blank at the mans throughthet the room His aunt attempted to defend her husband and was beatenrinto insensibility oil poured over her clothing and set afire He secured S80 from the house and escaped r I The aunt recovered in time to ox tinguish the flumes The uncle will probably recover but the aunt will IIit IsI thought die from the wounds atiBardwellI J lili- C 1 iIi ir1 rwwiMeet Your Friends at LAUDBRDALES TONSORIALPARLORS I Best in Hickman Hot and t 43 cold baths electric lights I Jx and fans hydraulic chairs aJL and everything for comfort I jx CUntcn St Illclman Sr I V Next door to Caruthers l I 7I 4e1444 BeT DA vis Attorney at aiit Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Lcdford Handles store- HtcKwx KENTUCKY ABSOLUTELY The Best r Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries LeMod Ranula i I R B BREVARD Hickman Ky 3 IIIIOAE C Tinning PIuh1Uilg Agent for Standard Sanitary Goods Plumbing 10110 011 short notico All work guaranteed I ttBook Store gpleirlM Selection 11w Books SrstionsryPost XTotiono Ito Everyking Mwj Bar nQu MAJ ny = Ji1J1l Jll Imuridry E 1 represent the Fulton Steam Laundry and will appreciate a patronageBasket 1 LParhamsleaves Tues your Barnes E Wild tobacco has been discovered growtag luxuriously in the Montczu ruts valley in Colorada and is p wMwced a good grade of the prefect The farmers of that sec tint thought the tobacco a noxious wed said have been trying to stamp k W Ctoe1Ng of highgrade bobwla wilt be Mtstlsp4ed TIM OMMttaT fSWM ALL toe ties IIr J cucrs Jlnr irrfr IIItWp THE SWIETE5T WORDS III What MV the mmmt WQtlto that KM Irpuu the Nslvdeg et tTkiit nm Mk MMM IHHH niece 1The Mts51Rest t tlhe Thar slaw lw typep at t51rhrt tittles yv 1N elalldal watsnslarl bop sat fM B- In 5MlMr llWIMIlM 1IMVWI T9t bin Nkektathe ww- ten jr MtvrHM Mt HMHt No- tt And whrlb hwtom hifhwt NMK In IlKwW IWht th Ktew Uk drops al kmNMC Vittm UMT MMw T ue btar54 eppfnid with ql Who Nw na kWrdMNL tar to 4115 A twnrjr N Mt M IMWT- H Mar ilMMH it hr tMvnMmr MNM- Anri 1 tkr muwtM rot we brw there when thr Rla taK ass ISMS tIew8 t i ersaess IIW4 Aari wkMi ski MM UBI Uml M Ils- eiWhilt saes hnk at A1- TIMa itlar we rswa Pbntr pse wo- w1NMMrlhoceaNt Ileatua SUOOBSTSOMS POR HUMA KM Do not jest with your wife upon aI subject in which there is danger of woewJteg her feelings Remember Uiat she treasures every word you utter Do not speak of some virtue ia soother mans wife to remind your own of a fault Do net re preagh your wife with perstaal faults for if she has semrtbllUy you inltot a wound iJinValt to heal Do not treat your wife to inattention risen In company t It touahos her pride and she will not respeot you more or love you better for It Do not upbraid your wife in the presence of a third person the sense of your disregard for her feelings will pre vent her from acknowledging her fault Do not entertain your wife with praising the beauty and aooom plishments of other women If you would k the a pleasant home and a cheerful wife pug your evenings under your own roof Do trot be stern and shoat in your owns house and remarkable for seotaMHty die where A COO AWKilJUt There are other ministers of love more ooaspidous than a good daugh ter but none in which a gentler lovelier spirit dwells and none to which the hearts warm requitals more joyfully respond She is the steady light of her fathers house Her idea it ladlseoiubly connected with that of his happy reside She is the morning sun and evening star The grace vivacity and tenderness of her sex have the place In the mighty sway which she holds over Jail spirit The lessons of recorded wisdom which he reads with her eyes comes to his mind with a new harm as blended with the beloved melody of her voice He scarcely knows weariness which her song does not make him forget or gloom which is proof against the young brightness of her smile See is the pride and the ornament of his hos pitality and the gentle nurse of his sickness and the constant agent of those nameless nuraberloet acts of kindness which one chiefly cares to have rendered because they are un pretending but expressive acts of love 00 TO WORK Young plan go to work I There JIs no time to Idle now You must carve out your own way if it is ever successfully carved You must seek your tortune through industry per severance and plunk Labor is honorable and the ignoble are those I who will not work Get you a home II Fence a field and plow it and plant it and gather around you the com forts of a heme And when you have made a character for industry and thrift ask some lady to share your home with you We would say to every young lady mark these men who are lounging around at tempting to live byaheir wits or on the interest of their debts and when j I they ask you to share the lot of an aimless life pass them on for you cannot afford to marry a man with out prosperty or business habits unless you whish to sell yourself fur a mess of pottage Again we would reiterate young man go to work while ten men watch for chances one man makes a chance while ten men wait for something to turn up cnc turns something upwhile ten men fail one succeeds and Is called the man of luck the favorite of for t J With Its 1 SECORITYIf iMB Jt To Depositors of jjXQIjIlJO1 OU Capltal and Surpla With The ASSURANCE That every reasoaSBle requirement can be met wnh its unexcelled facilities With Its RECORD For safe and conservative management in the past that promises such in the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers its customes a service that is second to none 13 tune Luck and fortune arc the roscit of honest endeavor work and wit and if you would win go to worldI YOUR MY Oh whore Is my wandering toy tonight Take a leek down the street about 10 or 11 oclock Notice the signs being torn down boxes overturned stones hurled through windows shatters pried open Wljo are those types of unmitigated public nuisances What I you exclaim u my boy there We do net say so but since he is not at home sup pose you look and ascertain and it is possible you may be surprised Somebodys boys arc there and we ask whither Iis the tendency and ultimate results of those night rang bHngs and such doing A few words will suffice as an answer They are In the training school of vice from which are graduated hood lUmlalCen gamblers sneak thieves burglars and In foot all the crimes that curse society and yet parents and guardians will unthink ingly permit those whose future well being Is in their bands to run night after night in unrebuked and unrestrained companionship with these whose example and influence is continually in the direction of evil To this laxity of home re stralnt more than to all other causes is due the appalling increase of crime throughout the nation No boy iis safe who U allowed access to the streets at night CURBS BLOOD POISON CAN CKR ULCERS ECZEMA CARBUNCLES ETC MED ICINE FREE- rand Wart Must1 fA ny 0 I Mftorti trtWl ItKMKl IWlWD IHT hNMt rape and kutiMnri were one itutu ol corruption iwtkM in unkkf IWhlcgklIktfvdW KHAKI Inuit Hahn sorest me 1111IauRi lily nw ntiiM WilliamIbniatrl IIhrunw1ksassto lktanleJHtwlMtuek ni oeiMtui eali and MAIM fIR M running MirMirliunr to M rnrulii1 III pnetallr mtrlMMl for nil obo tlt ate asa I l key rm hwl Uno M on l or llilnl i stage ptpor lbedlaulonatrengthn4work lodee7s Druul t II To nve It eurix wnipJvof IIkaa1H1Hn Mat lrr and AUAnlAt1eeat In reeled letter Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg For Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested CO years I Sixty years of experience think of that I Experience with Aycrs Sir saparilla the original Sarsaparilla i the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility doIleari rMltplF4 Par lba te- R0 M 1a U a td Al rsI akf1aku4 th Suapau u Wad geuMwat 411 loot L elS AOCCCltt lJ CHURV PECTORAL the ltn artt We pubink- it Wnuura w rHu j I The Real Ku Klux They were all tall men not under 6 feet and looked still taller m their robes They were long and full with looser flowing sleeves and held in at the waist with a leather belt Each man carried two heavy pistols in holsters on the belt and also a dagger The robes were black and covered with all kinds of queer devices cut out of white cloth and sewn on the garment though some of the robes were trimmed withred One bad a ghastly deaths head and cross bones on his breast with dslicate little crossbones scattered Over his robe The second had Dead Rebel neatly done in red with spade pick and headstone below and as the third turned I saw K K K in white letters across his shoulders This mans head was covered with a long bag like mask such as they all wore which came well down on the shoulders to conceal the beard It was black with the holes for the eyes and nose outlined with white doth and the mouth set with the semblance of grinning white teeth He had white horns on his bead and from under the back of his mask long coarse curly white hair which looked as if it might have been made from the brush of a cows tail fell over his shoulders He also had a long flowing white beard which had been made out of wood The one who represented Dead Rebel had a red mask and the deaths head a white one They had heavy gauntlet gloves on their hands and their disguise was absolute JUST BBCAUSB tsar tettifc It Mir 1 the uI awl rtede 0411 IMMiM jo m w tkHTi IMMk that ii- seed IttIU4IAI4eA THHI H M waS h1 ItnIe L e A- AkD h The Sed11kh axnip ilIrr4dtiUtl tl saes Urttlr 1 a illStatueLast Mrs W B Clark Is very Ill Henry Maddox lost a nice brood mare last week Mrs Lamb Shaw has been quite 111 for several days Miss Lucy Rice Is here from Cairo visiting her parents Burrus Brasfield has installed a telephone in his store here G B Threlkeld Sr delivered a large quantity of corn here this week Elvis Starr is borne from Martin raump1Lwagons loading corn at Shuck SwitchH severallagrlppc Mrs Louis Lunsfordof HIckroan Is spending the week at W B Clarks taking care of her nltoe Mrs W B Clark Bob Speight of the Combs vtofnilyWednesday purchase of a pair of mules J S Creed we understand will construct a new telephone line from his place to Woodland Mills He says he needs a phone to attend to his business S L Roods of Hickman passed through State Line Tuesday In search of a veterinarian to admin ister treatment to one of his fine horses which was recently Injured Tin NewYe lnr IhuR mth Uurerow1 would Ire rerwereIanlharAWIIOW IntoathlhelIMIYor UI rtn hJuryHh4JIAIAntl ItunltI I notonlyknow U Itatruly reutnrkable 114111111 trnrableimedy Take un Ilk withyuurrough hire uniplre asrerully the Hr Nphoop ptckage with other and see No IrnbopnUoughUure aollllrFor 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 etcI Itables4S KY IUutJmall ItoinedrwiHhht fIIPlalhbowlUGeeldullblood Il4omllJ out of the ILaimentlrelY of Ublllurnalie polnneanl then nlaetdkI w For Emergencies at Home For the Stock on the Farm Sloaoxs Liivinxeixt Is awhole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 100 Send For fret DooWol on HorsosCitlcHoti riFVjw Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass PKRC flO 4 Cafe and Resta rUOOMtOX TO A 0 OoMhs Soda Water fre Crr Ierrifit Pme c Treeb Bread CtMIl Cak Telephone No 90 HICKMAN MARBLE WORK 1 ISrAW1SH PrpIHIoIMr Marble and CURBING STONE of Kind FENCING HICKMAN KENTUKY Ipi a le 4aar a SNt tO JJ I Will build you A HOMEON IOMV MONTH I Y IWM1 It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I curry the only complete line of bvfkBflg awte ni hardware sash aid doors to M found In the dty are right You be the Judge I call oust sea- T A DCDDS rrl1 rs f Mcrcligots I CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety The Bass That wo offor to depositors Oth r ducomcnts nro of secondary important Upon this Guarantee we solicit your ptilfonag J A TH0PSOV 4 H Bd WLVNAA Proaidont nIIR EIoToRN HUCIIUVAJf J J UJ HOMHJKANT II II Till i11tlCI J IT ALKXAMIKK It M IHLKIt llr J MIH Llit1 Tt IKIIFUKI A paper manufacturer on a recent visit to the south discovered that practically all parts of the cotton plant the stalks roots limbs and bolls may be converted into paper U is asserted that the paper thus made is very superior to that made from the pulp ofwood A Well Known Fact fromInternallungwlthtandgermicidesZEMOI iI thoylahnJllcurcWed Co KU Louis AIIDrugglstaselll- tFor Hale by Helm e iriUnon Thetllckmant Telephone No 48 for coal lI4 f E Ornnit- eMonUlllents WORK Iron Is CatarrhTpavmlaudmWi4 t Hut Catarrh of U toM ant ram ra1I fureUMoc pstluta trtr gdfnw TrW Moses of Dr Phx 1 1 do tIIll betawillbdnglua 411NoUIlq alarUeleramUmn rather thadnr7Y- tanh toub le a pow whfta v ia11tIi11Irmop4Ehcoplhrat her nundtd to th IIOIDI 1komsebIoaUIII UleUnc MllouiM serlg all for Dr Bhoepi Jtr icw pbloatDr Shoops Catarrh Cure ALLI DEALERS rw i