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THE HIeKM1N I r YOU tdpa COURIER do pot uYe boM love paper nil you with yon ttown pot more in that U Pulls the Commarcta Wagon up thl 1i tucceaa The Coariar hu J Bpankta GoodJ IIs0st UpwJ KDxioonr HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 3 1907rLIiHo stn 0 HH T11H tai If f t SupremeStyle 1etr PIn Matters of style Is abundantly evJdesoed by the hundreds of well dressed men and yours men who nrt exdUQIlto pcltrHage Tlsis leaderahtp togther with Its reputation for giving Its1 patrons their money- v Ile t oat U bTMIC UWMT Ctonrixo ITS at JClCZUAJfthe store far all men who know and appreciate Y priced Mfgeapparcl Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and YounglMen it pat Ctir tailored redyforiervkc ctotkM that mosey can buy livery H S M Suit Is made strictly s Ito rHII1 tic tap that dmracter and style which wily the hlgtteit lass tattering can produce to Etw yM where we am save yell troll 100 to 1000 ver the book tnlltrs price and at the same time ityte + ie8iarptini and better quality and workmanship Prices 1850 2000 2250 and 2500 tilrrt SuitsPncdetlopt tf the atOM tprteg styles cttlsttgi- t popper teferiti and newoit patieriM- o ffi t fcHfWtag those for sMt H mea fry c hi and examine those auks Ie K there arc any In tn M mpart he pille r Si1500 Others at 500 to 1350 Suits YoMg Oothlsg perfeA fitting lively satisfaction popular coniiiti handsome patterns stogie styles grades 500 to vnltioB Imndaomo now patterns light and dark shades regularPants PJ5JOthers 150 250 400 000 Boys SuitsMens Beaver Hats bestNeckwearA great assortment IIaMI produced They selected pearlItleabloInglepricechoiceS300CaROSpring Hosiery latest Other makes 2 caiiimerei serges Incombinations a great variety Extra straight kntokerbeoker 50FloraheimShoes and Oxfords I Perfeflioa makeAreeasyandlong wearing made leathers Offered plain cured effecls pleated bosoms skilled wohkmen latest leathers attaohed detached Especially oxfords in both patent leathers 150 50In and 95 Smith Amberg flhdHere and There Iid1iiltLttLlLLLiAi ltkiil i jewelry store at 1rJ robbed Thursrtmaking a hole protverything in reach 1Usofttztzbioned it theLej miracle ofn ev tinglingrthat with onrushing green of Gods open most useful things about being married is a cant afford habits Gen II B Lyon Eddyvlllc best known in Kentucky chairman commission which branch prison at place died Thursday after suffering a stroke appoplexy walking a field on when stricken Young Mens Our Moos comes from tailors who vote their skill to production of cloth ing young exda and those suits give made this young stare Hlokman The line of in and double breasted In 1500ff 1ensSplendid in medium rf at up to FurnishingsE hats are made of fine Atl color at 150 and 250 and in values at and 10past all of best by man at and and plain in all toes and aides and at do we want you to see the and dull at to 6 4 Qrn into and theZ1111 life but 14I Vthe the Me comes the One of the man any bad to of one of the men and of the built the that of He was across his farm he was Gen de the for tMo the has the mens of ill the the the Lvon was the greatgrandson of Col Matthew Lyon who sold himself for his passage across the ocean and who later elected Thomas Jefferson President by one vote The success of the cooperative exchanges for direct trade between organized farmers and organized laborers really depends more upon the farmers than upon the laborers The laborers are already organized and have good working machinery for doing things The farmers must get so organized that they can meet them on the same vantage ground and deliver the goods onIthe corn ground Is before the corn It comes up Use a spiketooth harrow I and set the teeth so they will cut lor course the ground must be pretty free from trash or stalks or the harrow will pull up many hills of corn Plow the stalks under and then harrow until you start the cultivator +Liquid air which occupied such a prominent place in the public eye several years ago proved to be Of very slight commercial or scientific value One reaason was the cost of liquifying which rendered it Impracticable for common use as refrig eration or motive power it is there fore interesting to note that a new process invented In England by one Knudsen has reduced the price of I liquid air to about 2 cents gallon or onesixth of its previous cost 4A woman likes to have her husband go to church so people canI say they know its her good In fluence to Four millions of bushels of coal are coming down the Ohio River from Pittsburgh The shipment Is made possible by a sudden rise of the rivers to a shipping stage caused by heavy showers at the headwaters of the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers toaThere is one consolation at least we are not being troubled with spring I fever to any great degree Just now L i o County Sunday School Con vention at Fulton The annual convention of the County Sunday School Association will be held in Fulton May 17th An excellent program is being pre pared and every effort will be made to make this the best convention ever held In the county Mr T C Gebauer State Worker will repre sent the State Work He is thor oughly conversant with every detail of Sunday School work and his talks helpfulThe reports from the Sunday schools of the county and every superintendent should send In his report and con tribution promptly Each school to the county should appoint one or ttwo delegates to represent the school officially In addition to these as many others as possible should attend For any information ad dress the county president W C Wilson Hickman or the county secretary Mrs Jennie Hill Fulton Happenings a Year Ago San Francisco banks resumed business of the 21st United States Senate on the 18th passed the Hepburn Rate Bill by atvote of 71 to 3 The Martin Family was holding an interesting series of meetings at the Christian Church Capt Tyler lectured on the 17th for the benefit of the U D C 1 Work on the Ice Factory was pro geeing rapidy Columbus Ky went dry In the rlocal option election by a vote of 123 to 122 a majority of only one vote The Hickman Grocery Co wu making some improvements on their store building on Clinton street Cotton If Adams had purchased the tinning establishment of Ellison Mercantile Co and formed a partnership Thy have been doing F well ever since as was predicted in 1 the Courier at the time The Time is Short a The opportunity to secure ayearly subscription to the Louisville Heraldiin connection with this paper at the ridiculously low price announced by us will expire on May 20 The + publishers of the Louisville Herald + tare notifying all subscription agents and newspaper publishers that the price of their paper must be advanc ed after the 20th of May oa account of the Increase In prlca of white paper in materials We would ad vise all who desire to read a metro politan newspaper in connection with t the home paper during the next year to take advantage of the combination prict and to send orders to us at once Buriedat Antioch The remains of Billy Boston whotwas killed at his home near Clayton last Tuesday morning were Interredii at Antioch on Wednesday the 24thrlost Mr Boston was getting ready for the days work and started to 4 hitch up one of his mules when the i animal kicked and struck him over the heart He tell into the arms of a friend who was near and expired Instantly Mr Boston leaves a widow and a stepson He was a 1 member of the Baptist Church and a good citizen Mr Boston was a nephew of Mr J A Townsend who lives on Route One out of l Hickman The Bureau of Ethnology at Washington is proposing to send scientific parties to Africa to study the progenitors of the American r 1 negro on their native heaths and I Ii his orgin and development before he came into contact with civilization Congress will be waked for authority 5 money to carry out the project i 1 Hickman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 Ii- u Of J j I fpI iEiisonBros SPECIALI L PRICESI JAif We are offering splendid values throughout all departments in high grade materials and fashionable i wearing apparel for Men Women and Children I I iI Special Values In r Wash Goods Of All Kinds GinghamstCheviots Percales Lawns Batiste Etc We are showing a tremendous assortment of Fine Fashionable Fabrics in all the newest patterns i B all colors and combinations which taking into con sideration the present markets we are offering at interesting prices Fine Batistes in the tatMt patters BaanUfal sheer etotha ISc values at 1FZand lOc Fine Ginghams regular 11 lIe vsttaiM In good waonaUc cloths Quite a variety of handsome pattern at10cFine Percales ttgftt grounds with dainty ftfttres dots cheek stripes rings etc 1213s valuas 10c An inwaeMe aseortment of oxspteile novelties IIn kink gad Wash Fabrics Ace Sooioh zed German Lawns and Batistes 9Qk Ginghams Ttorcc SnUinfa eos to all the new sad approved odor comblnattens at 15 20 25 and 30c THE HICKMAN COURIER Cnn Wnttn Ktnhtcki lAt h PA ETBBALE W08PEEB J C SEXTOS KilUrt u Pr p ritun R = ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR sr CASH IN ADVANCEI Entered 1Ii t the HloUman Keatuokv pofltaffioo us ncconrt OAM mall nwUer Friday May 3rd 1907 Circuit Court Docket The regular May term of the Fulton Circuit Court convenes at the Court House in Hickman Monday next for a two weeks session Circuit Judge R J Buggwill pre side on the bench and Common wealths Attorney Hester assisted by County Attorney Smith will prosecute This iis an unusually large docket for this court There arc 110 Commonwealth cases Following is a list of the Juries GRAND JURYht DAY JtChas CruceJno W Ballow J C Lawson W E Blassengame W T Carr Jas E Swift Dick Bard W I W Campbell C M Wright W R Bowen W A Dodds L M Bal low Jno R McGehee PETIT JURY2nd DAY J F Royster Jas J Cruce W RoyShaWadeHenry F Taylor W J Hannon Frank C Carr W F 1C1ke ore C B Travis N L Rice O W Moore Gus Bard D D Hardison J W Mathis J F Little Marsh Once Jas J Wiley E P Dawes L B Everett W F Edmonds Jas A Russell G F Remley Geo B Terrett J E Fields Tom Car ver W G Adams B C Stubbs Following are the Commonwealth cases not found set for the first day of the term Monday May 6th I Joe Turner murder Frank Mimms suffering gaming Sam jJoward furnishing liquor to MerTO Wright violating local op tion law WiUSaaUh wilful murder Herman Marshal breach of the Froak Farriaer assult with dead Vkf WMkAOMo Ben Mom et al trespassing and I 1 r tINe CMMII J r under false pretenses Geo Smith et al paine Henry Ptther et al broach of the peaceR A Nicholson oarryiog con cealed deadly weapons two oases Jno Biythe ot al common mri Mace Jolla Mitchell et at common std wage Geo Nichols violating leGIt option law two earns wit Taylor vfetaifag boat 6 lion law Herbert Scott broach of the peaceClay Braswell gaming Bob Hunt et al mriuncek Lee Scott et al iwbajwo J C Brown forgery leer cases John Adair detaining worn against her will Jim McMurry gaming gamingAllen gacIpksgJoe porn Frank Farriner carrying con ceIod doadly weapons and violating local option law three oases Chas Brown violating beat op tion law two cases Arthur Allen violating local op lawWill Taylor violating local op lawWalter murder Harry Harvel malicious shoot ing Rlas Daotw unlawful detention of a womanScrap carrying connoted deadly weaponsEugene Wells carrying concealed weaponsW assult with deadly- weaponl ODonnelly et al breadh af the peace Al Winston and Ann Saxtpn common nuisance Jas LaMoore vlclatlnglooal op Lion law three cases Joe Lynn violating local option law three cases John Wallace petit larceny tw cases Frank Farriner violating local option law Bud Caldwell col violating local option law John Doe violating local option law Following are the Commonwcalt- cases before the court on bond iin jail and otherwise set for the sec Special Values Offered in I BOYS CLOTHING The most complete showing of boys clothing in Hickman Values that Are phenomenal and match- less Clothes that suit jhe boy and please the mother Boys douWe breasted Suits of attractive plaid and mixture TwMris awl Cascimcres at 150 Buys doubts breasted Suite of good quality Tweeds Caut nere anti Cheviots good sa valves at 250 Bops AooWe broasted and Norfolk Suite Ih a big variety of very bn4oosne and stylish patters GosalaKres and Cheviots pkMNd qB Hy dchM 4 values 350 Boys firing SwlU J 1to 16 yeans the feeble breasted style fer Urn b g her i Raeeten and SaUoi Monte tor little men t Kirtek efbodner or xratfht knee pasta in blue serge er popular greys and faD comity wilt at Skit and 57450 500 GOO Boys good grainy knecJllAm Is Worsteds and Tweeds in slyl Ish Mtxtarec 35c and25c Boys Knee Pants madefrom all wool Gbtvidtv and Tweeds stylish mhtticss aHwM an7oelor and Any slat 4 to 16 years all wool malertefc hue vateefi special yy 50c Boys Ass sjMalll + Xsc1titl M tIIIe serge and faRO stylteh titart rtpbrSIL milt at 1OO Boys Caps College Golf and Yacht ltyI50c 25c oad day of court i Myrtle Gilbert iorgrry swearingBird tlog Jim Mike hunting on SaWwl- hE F Oliver carrying coMealed deadly weapons twoCMOS Jim Bwwh violation local piton Jaw jag LaMooro violating local- ilO law fire cases tawKoeU Cole and Tata Kofacs rob 1Mfl NH MokeU voluntary sand sloucbter Clint Mogerand hemobreakfag Dr A J Alexander practicing1 medicine without a oertMeatc two caws Bud Riddlty running horse on public highway Joke May operating restaurant withottt license Dick Thorns carrying ooacoaled deadly wtapona batteryJoepeaceCI C Ry Co falling to signal two case Tom Morgan common nuisance Tom Holmes aod Gallic Winston common nuisance John B Murphy violating local option law- Murry Smith violating lead top ties law i shootingCola chit DOCKBT Following are the oases on the oontinued ordinary docket set for the third day of the term 1 R M Cbownlng vs J M D SeatFirst ladW11Uams1 oJMcAdooFirst KWalkerBKlmberllraR A Pierce et al vs Will Child ers et al alL W Graham vs C E Rice et al Mrs Same Kepoervs Tort Carr Tobacco Growers Ann vs J B Hewton Wiley Morris vs Mobile lie Ohio RyW A Greer vs D A Lutoa Manic Gibe vs M W A J C Hawkins vs Martin Geodes RyU al John C Taylor vs I C Ry RCotal I J C Kennedy vs Arilon Mercantile C Nakr It Campbell vs H Bdmisl lop et al Following are theordinary ape pearance cases set for the fourth day of the t- Commonwealth vs WlWtaraeen I Knnv M L Co J W Mayfleld vx Mobile It Ohio Ada Richardson vs Supreme Tribe of Bon Hur New Madrid Banking Co vs Mar garet Porter J C BotMhtrant vs Sylvester Sut tOn ct al- Commercial flank of New Madrid vs AlvIn Adam ot al W W Richardson Admrx vs I CRyJ Deodorant vs E G Maddox et al etlntanCile CrockettT LClarkC C Shafer vs F S Moore alDetalJones WGCourtney Shoe Co vs J H Barber ct al RyWmWtllonChiliJ Henderson vs J W Ward Following are the eqully appear oftheFryeJetlEssieBoydCommercialMadrid yrsMrs Margaret Porter Leggatew CoxMrset al c 1 i Special SAMPLE SALE Ladies Muslin UnderwearAn Manufacturers sum pies of entire line of fine UnderMutlins Corset Cov en Drawers Skirts Gowns and Chemise at about Onethirdoff the Regular Pricecz enables us to offer them to you al the same great savingThese are beutiful garments made of fine materials in the latest designs All tastily trimmed m lace and embroidery Corset Covers Tkat sell ropalarty fir ue- up to 240 are here hereabout one third off 2535c np to 150 r We otter t5Oc up to 108 G neat are eMd aHlor al m 7S Si and OVnSWe hive marfeil Ikl50c 7Gc to 250 Drawers U JOt Tits and vp ti ate v ateos Ar atp25ct35c up to 150 L ELLISON BROS Hickman t Ky JnoI optisskw dttturMocla optttitIn shoollegaju dtlttlrlltRgtawfa1 nuisancetwe opUenla MtBrew iBrewin Childersh Iiirtptss3Ilsn LWslkr CsrpiaHorne LawsonJ STJQOIUl r Laura Kd wards vs Jim Edward MOM Barkett vs M S SUb M B Shaw vs Mrs Laura KdwatU X X Reeves vs A L Lawson et MoeneyIcLT C Boodvrant vs lien Hale et alI alike MMhernl vs H B Ktmberit- J A JNnne tt vs Chrencc M lien SettM L Corwn va Korth BrarfeldI YanHlsJhx Brock vs lies Brook Y L turaor vs J M Pick 8 K DavMtOH et al vs Cumber CoICumberland T Co IWhnfrg are the fontlnned equity cases also sot fir the third day of tic torn W W Meadows W S D Mitchell1 slatR A Mitchell vs Stoddard County Bank M X Chambers lOW Paris et al1I J F Royjtcr vs Sarah Jones et al- A I C Orr et al vs J W Roberts etl1 PtritM Whoa Gro CoYI M Eonae W It Hall vs W W Meadows ultonJBeuleyJanieF B Atterberry vs Sallle Alter berry EnolaHesterJ WRoney vs Jim E ltn et al H C Amoerg vs W G Perry KAdamsJ F Kooerr vs Lottye Bryant et al M P Maupln vs Hiram Kearby e al Mrs Dera Beaver vs Grace Bea ver et al- Melt Ayers vs Mrs Lillian Hall et alJ C Bondurant vs H E McMurtry J C Bondurant vs W E Smith et al Owen Bowman vs D B Wilson et alI EdwardLannom ParkerJLouHarperButlerMary et al OliverJWallaceEWarfonl1 J E Marshall vs Lonnie GHdcwcll vBSeuthern National Dank g I Watsonrestaurant g town He is back In business sameold f IItr 4 JIO lo 4 r11 4fu Al Paris Badly Cut News reaebM salbadly out at New The facts in legs ItaRCeIa1 vc le1 whon i time are shoat U i his wire and baby the bout sad wt hank of the river came and get v drunk tUB namr remembered by sot as hating forawriv sand a desperate t using tote groin L when some sac ter last that a lady c referring to Mm 1ome Insulting rr fj the moL seoullve times got up he out Al f across the face r both lapels o his i T lout and one nf 011 Alfello i Aup he same up WK ry and the man think i Tan The wound were painful and II not dangerous I arrested and had Ar f Wednesday VTf L result In time for v T Christian Church SerViCes Bible School at c Preaching and CorntOJ1045 a rn Kvr i 7tJOFRANK H Yrli tAt Mayfield bioml k granted to Dr Rud InjunctIon against t A of Health enjoin taking away his heeL yi tmedicine He was J criminal practice A nice lunch on ab4ry Elite Cafe y The eWr1o Iwe s- eX iwtluld the tId r were like IIr t4IooP Fee lleu fur 1111heuJlOW rqulre y nntuiiii nilxitirelt IHU litlwl MINI pookmi Kor UiU rln tI- Illtou Ilthl INll1114ItCIIto No 4- IIIIWLYHA IHJIIO In u mud hr I sale sin ul r WHIT ode but III 0 iii u lirt A truir r 1tuarT Take lio rlmi f oiir lill lrn lnll Ctouali lrtI tktnuinrf 1 X Hhoup imckiue with + 7 ptilMin nukrki tliorel i xr lull eefe due liT dCIIJ c9- 151uehluta HllllrlTIether Hold b See the Hrckman lr CC Inc line of tulles ar J r- Qforet i L I tiII T W f 13 i I We can furnish youc C LIGHT BREAD CREAM BREAD HOT ROLLS GRAHAM BREAD RYE BREAD Pies Coffee Cakes Old Fashion Sugar Cake Chocolate Cakes Silver Cakes Gold Cakes Marble Cakes and everything in the pastry line cheaper than you can make them Watch for- Teo Wagon i f e JONESJ We Are Headquartersu For all Popular Cigars ALWAYS FRESH Vesell more Cigarette Tobacco than any other place in town TURKISH TROPHIES CORK TIPS and all fancy cigarettes always on hand Our Chewing Tobacco is always fresh and a larger assortment is found nowhere a r Q yyyYTttAAAAAAAAA r 1Do A 7AAA i I r I r f J 0C 0S F 13 J t t 0 II f Y fI We Have The Bes- tICECREAMLl TTT SODAS SUNDAES PHOSPHATES ICES Try Peaches and Cream Its Fine II- IGenuine vVvHIRES ROOT BEERxTov And All Popular Drinks Exclusive agents for Famous Dawson Springs Water t m Just Received A fresh line of r Lowneys Candy This candy cant be beat The packages are neat Buy Lowneys and your girl willslove you always 1 L k t CikF When Youre Hungry m We can furnish you Best Meal In Town SPECIAL ORDER DINNERS lSIOUR LONG SUIT J Wa sell sti4J M Heinz Goods Best on the Market ammm e Pickles Onions Sauces Olives Canned Goods Everything in this line- l r rt jy Ui u1U UIUiUiUi UI UI U UIUI Ui Ui ff- flU UI U UIiU iUUlUl U W1 3 E I Afaifefts E1 E 3 Shoes for Men Stacy Adams shoes andoxfords EI = the kind that gives the greatest satisfaction and known 3 by its wide reputation 5 and 6 E rrs 3 Long Silk Gloves new shipment just in all colors S 3 popular splendid values prices 75c to 2 5S t 3 d 3Ladies White Umbrellas white linen emb at 1 100 E = J 125 175 200and 300 Silk Plaid Umbrellas see fir P 5 samples in show window at 350 = r fo Eg Lace Window Curtains beautiful designs prices at = Eg from 45c to 3a pair = 3 Shoes for Ladies American Girlshoes 2s 250 Ei 3 3 This is the snappiest line made guaranteed to wear = 4I r-s r= Our Dress Goods Dept is complete Special prices 3 on Silks Mohairs Panamas and Voiles of all colors at E 3 1 15c to 1 125 per yard P Beauty Corsets 100I 150 200 LiAmerican E Naifeh Bros Dry Goods Co mmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmnmmm May and December Love affairs dont always end exactly as the lovers would like A case in point is O W Phelps and Miss Lillie Miller parties living east of Mayfield Mr Phelps Is a well known widower about 50 years old and Miss Miller Is a beautiful young girl not yet sweet sixeen Mr Phelps and Miss Miller tell in love i they started to get married and Thursday went to Fulton for the purpose of becoming man and wife She being loss than sixteen and he being over 50 Squire Futrell decided that they would have to postpone the wedding till after the 10th of August when she would be sweet sixteen This was a great disappointment to both partiesWhen they returned home both decided if they couldnt get married then the wedding was off This is truly a case when De ceaTfcer and May were disappointed IF YOU DONT iMtced the ant UmeuM IcerWne Wad new will net iMtant relief The greatest liver minlater A i o uiv eurof rOonitltAilon Ilyfpaptla Malaria UhllU and nil llwr contplaint Mr 0 of Ninety Tar Mrltrti Mr wit nw been u4ni IlerMH turlwrseltad blklr for avv year It It it Nlre sure fur oottHlpnUon cad ttMlfirtfll few whtob u MilM4 auK l by what It IMI core fur tnr family SoW by PutnrtUt IttWC Htont and Itlm A lun e- eWho Where What When Shaw Bettersworths Hickman the freshest line of groceries ever brouhgt to town All the time When you hear the caljope come to the Steamer J S Moonlight excursion May 8th Mmttay Talks Ito money that UIU you the eoofldeoe we lure In RUMAGOThe MAKES RHEUMATISM 80 No money risk No more saf I fering No more bone pain or k wrincblBf agony Your IU a usa will go Pr us U cent Mrs both end If U does not rHT yon pimply maw bek aedgetyournoncr Thetesn tt you wilt to i know more ai- kTTt I W3TcZ4- Ia r Mes Look Here During the month of April these good people have paid us money on subscription If you find a better lot of people youll have to leave this- continent J W White J C Newton A H Grigsby J W Roney R N Helm J T Seat M Provo E B Prather J Naylor A Daniels J C Patter son O Hertweck E M Sanson H C Amberg J E Fuqua J A Russell W L Taylor J 0 Stubbs Sallle Thomas W C Johnson Anke mOnger L PBaltzer Mrs Belle Baltzer Dallas Williams S N Sweeney S D Luten G T Halli burton J R Donnell T W Pollock R L Gray A Gilbert Joe Ridley C Bryant and Jane Allen Hickman i J H Nelson J P Jeffress Mrs Bettie Roper D D Davis Route Four iT McDermott W J Harper R Y McConnell L F Adams E C Carter D H Toombs Route Three i H H Harding J H Gray Route Two i J A Stubbs J W Mathews J A Clark Pueblo Colo i Sallie Fer guson Union City Tenn Mrs H F Roberts Columbus i Della Burke Nashville i Ernest Boston Kenton Tenn i Clarence Owens Moscow Ky i Chas Meier New Madrid Mo i Kenneth Anderson Charleston Mo A M Jones Cayce i Fred Hayden Luzelle Ky Sam Conner and G L Darnell Mabel Ky i Mrs Allen Olney Ills i Jno W Campbell Cayce Ky H C Matson State Line Ky i Gco Pewitt Fulton J W Bradley Canute Okla i M V B Griffey Luzelle Ky C H Boyd Dorena Mo L W Elliott Crutchfield Ky Rose Bobo Arkansas City Ark W G Perry Luzelle Ky C I Hagan Route 1- IrerentlaWill promptly cheek a cold orthoUrlppe when taken early or at the sneeze lUuie 1revvnllc cure seated coldse well Preventlci are little candy cold cure Inltleli and Dr Hhoop Itaclne Wls will lady mall yon samples and a Uwk Oold free It you will write him The Ion prove their merit Ubeek early with Irerenlle and stop Ineuroonla Sold In Co cwt So lama by all dealerI W R Wilsons tobacco factory 12 miles west of Cadhc was de rtroyed tIjy fire by a mob of about 25 mounted men who fired several volleys terrorizing the entire com munity a With IU SECURITY To Depositors of S7QW900 Capital and Surplus With The ASSURANCE That every reasonable re quirement can be met with Us unexcelled facilities With Its RECORD For safe and conservative management In the past that promises such in the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers its customcS a service that is second to none 13 Suit Filed Against Telephone Company- A suit was filed this week by S K Davidson and others to recover overcharges in rentals charged the patrons of the Company eince they have been operating in Hickman amounting to about 5000 Robbins Thomas Tyler are counsel for the plaintiffs The petition alleged that the Cumberland people are operating under a franchise requiring them to charge not more than S1S0 for residence telephones and 250 for business and that the regular char ges are SI65 and 275 an overcharge of fifteen and twenty five cents respectively- A suit was also filed by the City of Hickman against the same company asking the court to annul the charter of the telephone company requiring them to take down poles andwires or require them to comply with the franchise rates rtoproveuxpsUlarrhwhiteorrnyKinalrutalldratthroatlardWAddress I Try the Couriers Want Columa I I ot I I of 1 I r THE A Sof Eo COLUMN + I t I I + tt+ +++++++ I + spy MR I n SAUNDBRS Last week the Courier was hur i ned up one day so our young friends Speer and Sexton could visit their friends in Missouri therefore our oluron was crowded out So many things press us for pub Ilitcatlon tat we do net know just what we should say flrst but we have concluded to devote most of our spoce this week to the elevator instead of the general work we had written up last week- I know that the formers are far Ithlnd with their work and do not teel that they can spare a half day off but the Secretary of Agricul ture has told us that we produced 130000000 more bvitttlt of grain m 1906 than we kiln 1905 and re reiwd 40000000 lew for it I know some of our nonunion friends disputed this or said they did not believe it but I knov at no reason why Secretary Wilson should pub lish it unless he thinks it it true We arc paying Mm awl his depart mInt and the experiment stations millions of dollars to advocate ttt crops and to slaw M fcow to raise more bushels of gram More barrel of tobacco more tons of baymore and more and more while statistics show that the wore we make the less we get for It There are about 400 farm or agricultural papers In the country and all of them except one until quite recently sold let M raise bigger crops mere fat bogs cattle and sheep but never a wad about better prices The tobacco growers made a suc cess by putting up their own storehouses and holding their own tobac co i the cotton growers made a suc ecu by putting up their own store houses and holding their cotton The lrorllUacecded in otroling the output of machinery When they could not get their price for the plows mowers hinders drills etc they shot up the factories and waited until consumption over took the supply Then when they could sell their machines at prolt able prices they raised steam and made some more Laborers have doubled their wagon by striking and refusing to work until better prices were paid We attempted to hold our grain last year hut we had no elevators and were oowpclltd to store our wheat in mills in other peoples elevators or hold It at home White we have no doubt kept wheat from going down to fifty cents we have not raised it to a dollar yet Al though we may be axle to do so bo fore harvest but whether we do It or not now is the time to prepare for another crop Mr Everett and many ergaaiiers are in the wheat belt making a whirlwind campaign Just read your UptoDate closely and you will see that they are organizing in the northwest as rapidly as the tobacco growers In Kentucky organic ed last year The newspapers are coming to our aid Other organiza tions are at work for better prices You may not agree with them in every particular but it is important that we emphasize on points of agreement and say as little as possible about our differences Soc what has been done in Hickman and Un ion City by Union meetings The preachers quit fighting each other and fought the world the flesh and the devil Hundreds were convert ed If you will read our best relig ious papers you will find that the same thing is being done In Korea Japan and elsewhere When our missionaries stop fighting each other ther we may expect to convert the world We roust lay aside personal preferences and look to the common good Every man cannot have an elevator at his own door We have spent a great deal of time in pre paring constitutions and bylaws for elevators Will the farmers take time to attend their own unions in their own districts and raise funds to erect these elevators I know that some one says the merchants and bankers will raise money to put up store houses and elevators PerI I haps they will but my experience Uckes me that merchants and bankc w NOTICErr Your Water and Light rent iis due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off This took effect November 1 1000 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at the Ice factory Office open from 7a m until ap m any day except Sunday and on the 8th and 10th of eAchmonth it iis open until 0 p m Hickman Ice Coal CoeInc A O CARUTHERS Mgr S- ry 2 iIs Your Bathroom Modern lilt k M dont ywidtelkW trunk year Ih Isle cendUwM alMl mneiM or nboM k Xlwooar 7 7YettM km tee many Mftfp nlt Ar nV hr elfadtd Mui MfMhfcy dn crowfe eMMew IU i pOMftbfeg hat tbftfNOM ta the talttt arm tx iwdr I J b h nAIL IIar bv 6r M pay ett nMMp fir r lun fW ataer Mb muniiig from defccrfre ashr Z yintaniHr the ben UtWixnn eyifiiutiH III fe c Stafefaar fbcniibi HiuM M Wire furyJJ Ie allAkMir ftuirMMMd br tW mien We U I I ow tiowsootm A cwuVvMC with M will give yaw 11 J ifortadooCOTTON ee I HICKMAN KENTUCKY if = ers yes and God himself holp poo pie who help themMlvos The oldI lark thought that when he oxpectodI nk rclatlvtc friends and Mlgkbors to cot his wnoat- ProsMtnt SveroU has sent outl tboustiMJs of papers for gratuitousI distribution Do you help tc tireu late them Do you send your ew cr any ipedmon espies to your non onion neighbors The Courier has ferfttohw you tpaoc In iu octants for a year De you urge your neighbors to sub scribe for the Courier Many of your merchants have joined the un ion to encourage the farmers Do you thank them or abuse them fo Itl Other merchants not members subscribed to our barbecue last summer and then went to It and helped to make It a success by paying fo their dinner and listening to our speaker Have they had mere of your praise or abuse for It Some of our members are dealers in farm products do you give them credit for joining this union or mil them hypocritesSome our members are willing to work for an elevator five miles from home rather than one nearer because they think the first the better place for it and that they think it will be a success while they fear the latter may be a failure Do you give them credit for their liberality or follyUto shout equity justice and the golden ruleIbut It may be a different matter when we look for the practice of themAre we hearers or doers in the work Do we always ask conces sions or do we sometimes give them I The State road just east of Dodds J crossing Is being straightened I 0 11 MroarroarIlaskr lipf errs atMr xd B n ADAMS I Commited Suicide Mr BUGle Heelv farmer of soar Wtr + a Ynlhcrdn Y ot k of this olty eonwnit 4 hanging himself t morning at eight oc e I this time are very s a nthe sad occurrence r wcllearn It seems tb M 0 mind has been aft ct month er sa but he w dangerous until MOD Si e when he began to nowa violenceG H Pigue an were watching him at rotsrway them and going out t J the house took a rE J r himself to a tree wi foundrIt seems that Airrrworrying about some oial matter which wa t Importance whatever li the greater part of h e t crying over his suppose Fulton Record THE LIFE INS r muddle has atartI the i The wonderful waves Inrtl1 llurtliouml MlUII Uouibi InfluetiM ttfv Iulinutuiry troulilM M t- to thinking or ihli oiui They are all using It I mitt down with dekneea ILHA Hold by Cowfllf n11II and t 11Io- nTelephone Ice FacMI no 48 for coal jii4Ice and coal Co A Well Known Fact That 110 akin dtaewe w t tdIsi Internall or external ottloalJA1 BKf 1ZYMOthe gonna that estate UI6 dasiett g l1t11MFor ioio hY 1ft 0 aUso- U p r w I s- tt 4 Vi Local Notes IIs g 48 for coal r oAt the Courier office ic at bottom prices A t M rr ef FulfonIs here i ultry and Stock Food r Ittlftgdlwnatmoher Ctit TNt ta Union City lawsr foodt cat the Elite goo street t any soent Sundaywith rtul Tmn liarsm has beer Wtlout LeF- rasboxry Sauce at DoBiws- r oflfrailty JI the v oowtfi and cas r Kaaslo k spending triosdtfci Jackson it i wile sfent SUaday Mult tfcc guests ef ielld II to Hlokman vUte cntUte t- oTr SI tot Ha C tabor Mtcbtrp one r un eM Mlefiaker at srhilrt tompany K let Hi show you o 4D AwHtvre- 4duMn Co r IH Queen I per milker Mrs A wane 4 Ute Sflw Tea U of the Jfplsoopal v tufkl MayS T31 Furniture Co re Hie of settees s i i t call and see them ill old and highly r of NtH suffered aretrIIsThursdayIs a attend the funeral r Mrs1 C Dav4d 4 msMMNls Hjo4ay morning at 4 rronlsg at 7 1 JIO t c of the member Madtfox ef State e Next ol Mrs er lilt Issue Monday nw k extended to 4 Silver Tea at the MrsWADedds May 2 from 7 to 10 t t 4r14 refreshments MethodistIUy at 11 a m c subjectlt uA WelLbuIlt s Knot a postal clerk i Hiflton aid Grena Jonesymarried1lt t thetw rttMe In Fulton H hoot ef the Metho al work making t the Childrens Day 4 leGHd Sunday in iiprogramL I a IIs expected on cr vou are cordially wuiusuuuauiaIlehn= ecltlLr Forecasts aturday tir weathert Sunday Local rains Monday armor weather Tuesday iai weather 1Wednesday 1 1WarmerThursday a 1Local rains Friday Fair weather Delicious Refreshing Healthful1 t x+ ATICtJrt1tyXEHTUCKY y Swapln DaySaturday May 4 Watson it erving meals again Meet me at the ItJ SM May 8th DeBoasS D Lutcn was In New Madrid this week ntDeBow Undertlker BakedDeanWhat does Shaw Bettenworth tlll Go and see W A Dodds was in Mayfield on business this week A R Stone went to Mabel Tuesday on business Mrs Lon Naylor of Cayce was In Kick man Monday Percy Jones and B U Hale were Cairo visitors Sunday Gus Alexander will leave this week for Roanoakc Va S L Dodds was in Memphis on business first of the week Miss Nine McClellan ef Cayce visited Hickman relatives laifwcek Just received a large line ef baby gectaltlHSlkman Furn Ce Inc Mr R M Metheny has been MctropeUamIllsMiss ntghtforvisit Miss Laync of Mfittw has been the guest of Mrs S D Luten this week fcultHyb2veJordan Phone S2 la the plaits to order sal aad Steve weod Newton Coal Company cSt Mrs Jane AlliMUon was here from kyse this week the Test of Mrs S Nayfcr Mrs Harry BIHson left fir Daw son Springs Wedneday to be ONe several days The Hlokmtn Furniture Co Inc for coffins and caskets tele ihone no 20 Mrs D B Wilson and daughters Mabel aad Elizabeth spent Tuesday I In Union Qty Lacy Richards who Is attending school in Lexington is expected to I arrive in Hickman this weekJJ The Undertaker at the Farm ors Hardware Cewdl answer yoir calls promptly day or night Let the Hickman lee Coal Co sell you some ef their coal Youll t use no other Telephone 48 Miss Cordelia Haynes ef Route S- isI visiting her brother Homer Haynes In Hickman this weektt Miss Edna Carpenter came heme from Jackson Tenn Wednesday where she has been attending school Bud Council aged 45 a promlJJ nent citizen of near Fulton died friday night after a brief Illness i Miss Lillian Leach of Mayfield came to Hlokman Wednesday and I will spend a few days with her friend II- MIlS Mabel Wilson I It Is only about a month until the present session of HicKman College will close Another successful year one attended by success in every etpect Mr F B Atterberry our staunch friend of Cayce was In town i yesterday and gave the Courier aI pleasant call We are always cladI to have him call The ladies of the Baptist Church desire to express their thanks and appreciation to those who so kindly milled in the presentation of the playuUnlon Station at the City Hall Dont forget that Saturday May 4- is trading day in Hickman Bring the old plugs and anything else you want to trade to Uickman Saturday May 4th Headquarters at Mayor Dillons Mrs James Kemp of Route 2 sends the Courier a curiosity in theI way of a deformed hen egg It resemble a gourd In appearance more than anything else we could name Alas for such a hen J Harvey Robey and Miss Nannie Howard were married at Rives Tenn this week Miss Howard is a daughter of the County Court Clerk of Oblon county Mr Robey Iis employed as salesman in E M Browns store in Fulton Mr and Mrs J T Stephens Mr and Mrs S L Dodds and two children Mrs J M Reid Mrs Leone Baltser ani son Ralph and Misses Maybelle Fuqua and Jessie Xitten wtat to Jackson Tcnn Saturday to bear Rev Preach IRON BEDS I carry at all timeR n fonipluto lino of furni ture of nil kinclHRockcrs Mattresses Springs cots pricePicture Comploto lino of Onflkota ami Burial Robes Hoarse furnislKul whon wanted W F MONTGOMERY UMagalIMtaalavert 10r Evangelist Maple of Marion O At the Chds41a- nCburohwall week Hear him I Burrus Moss Miss Jennie Beaus was married last night at eight ooiook to Mr James Ross Moss of Union City The wedding occurred at Poplar Grove Church They will reside at Corpus Christi Texas TIN Courier extends congratulations to the happy young couple Concrete Plant For Hickman A companrhas been organised capital for the purpose of manufacturing concrete blocks for building material The company is composed of Meosrs J T Stephens J M Hubbard C L Overby and Wm DIppel They will erect their plant on one of Mr Stephens lots west of the Chapel in West Hickman and will in a short time begin making blocks to put on the market This enterprise bids fair to be a money making on and we would be glad to know that It was Card Of Thanks We desire to give expression the gratitude which we feel toward the kind friends and Dr brother Curlin espcially who came and administered at the bedside of ou doar son and brother Eddie Holloa during his long illness and death We return our heartfelt thanks to these dear ones and we hope that they may receive rich blessing Mis H C Bofton J H Bolton L C Bolton Mrs Sybil Jones Mrs Anna Gray Watson Is back in the restau rant business at the old stand vvvvvvvhvvvvvnvvyvvvvvCourier AJt In IHt totnnn CUll Ontl Ont Coil fir Wtnl Ut lUll ka outfit ran roil Ml u HKI u if thttt are Um 4t ot1l rest tftulJ for In fJowt AAA AAAAAAAF- OR A SALE good milk cow Apply to C L Rose SO FOR SALE CHEAP j Two store counters W F Montgomery 47tf FOR SALE 36 acres of good bottom land two miles west of Hickman Ky Apply to Gee T Meacham 472 FOR SALE COTTON SEED Those wishing cotton seed woull advise to get at once as we ana shipping the seed out very fast W assortsr iI II u dJFk S L DeiUe Co 4Jtt Woodland Mills pclrentbereH L Curite was in Nashville this week on hostess Nick Hotoomke of Hlckraon was a visitor here Sunday Mist Myrtle Harper of Martin was the guest of Miss Lassie Curlii this week The L S C will be entertains at Mrs W H Cardans Wsdnes m tVe C C Bowls of Martin passed thrwgk here Saturday even lag en route to Stood ers Chapel to OMdHtt the ftmeraJ services of Ed ward Boitse- The Moi Boiru wedding guests of Nashville Meesrs McKenzie GreenAeld and Martin arrived Tuesday They Will be entertained by Mrs S W Burrs Mrs O A Kennedy and Mrs Goo Brasficld KlMMIM kit MlHf r Ma hatf acne MH1 1tNIMMt nhwsl KWUY17 1II1all Lwk0e ftka IN IV ta17 wrluhlM wlixpblNkaWw Hllr ilrlvi HhMMMitem out qt Ikp1 lttuu 1 rht Itomcdjr u MM n roller oMlr U IIIHtIlRlMe a daterrSunday School Convention A Sunday School Convention will be held at Fulton Kv at the M E church on Friday May 17th AH Sunday School workers and friends ofthe Sunday School cause are invited to be present Come and wing with you a Bible a pencil a sate book a smile and your right handSee program for particulars W C WILSON Co Pros unavoldablrcrowded Excursion On J S Wednesday May 8th there will be run a moonlight excursion on the large Stcnmerul S leaving Hickman at 7 30 p m Fare only SOc Music and dancing This will be the only trip of the season Dont miss it 47 Crusbed Oyster Shells at De Bows Shepard School House Mrs Barnes little boy Iis ill Jim Wheeler has returned from his farm near Tyler Mo A Sunday School has been organ fired at Rogers school house neighborId hood this buying hogs ya t Hickman College The High School Literary held Its regular meeting on Friday afternoon April 26th The roll call was answered by apt quotations then charades by Misses Annie Cowgill and Marguerite Fuqua a paper on current events by Miss Loto Cavitt and a humerous recitation by Miss Maggie Henry made it a very enjoyable meeting which was closed by songs by the society There are but five more weeks of school Preparations are now in progress for the commencement entertainment in June It Iis very important that all pupils should continue in school to the dad and not drop out before the term istt out for by losing the last month of school the pupil may lose the whole years work from the fact that he does not take all the examinations and may have to continue in the same grade the following year It is not unusual to see large attendance and enthusiasm at the beginning of the term but the credit belong to those who are faithful to the end We arc sorry to hear that several of the teachers in the College will not be applicants for reelection next YeG rIChristian Endeavor The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet next Sunday Evening at the Christia- Church at 613- 0Hickman Flour Mill Sold The Hickman tour mill was sold last week to the DBhnke Walker I theIy taking the nwbhwry out and m vmg it to Union City Dahnke Walker will ute this machinery in their new mill to take place of that which was burned a few weeks ago State Line- J P Maddox spent Monday night in Hu knun W J Maddox was in Hickman Saturday W M Shaw was in Hickman on business Monday- T C Berry of Memphis was here on business Friday- T A Prather sr was in Madrid Bend on business last week Mr and Mrs Edgar Townsend visited the latters parents Sunday Miss Louise Rogers Iis the guest of Mrs Kate Burrus and family this weekMisses Jessie and Roxie Bras Held of Greenfield are the guests of Miss Jennie Burrus CURES ECZEMA ITCHING HU MORS PIMPLES CARBUN CL1SCOSTS NOTHING TO TRY II W II HwttMtf Htee4 lUlut U n erlalN MI can rat t iim Iteklmr skin =WB lOttM MI M wwrjr Mlaton ptm MMM bom f totaU tout ssuua eke prukIlnt paa II uw iklH ttfli ewtlalt- orI ulwr Ir Ilataale IM MM Italui ear + tfcr wur l and Hunt AwOatld t Lef li ntrtrhiaB pMrtUm and vIlaiUlM the MtM4 UMrvhr lvltM n bmllhr Mood Miftplr to hklll IWU rjr wrr sad ltn IM rid ffhrw of bntllh w iiaidnMlMii up Ik broken down intlj nail Htnkn a blood ml and nourtcklnit KMHntljr MivHed for rkrtMrtr i U aMM that Uneterv patoHt MtwIMM and kut print Ml to wire ImtaiUU II MeItur i ICHM lor kern Tte Nlplat the and prepaid by wrtllHU mocH llAtln Hk Ailna M Nn IXtMrtlw IroHRIivl alai free HtMlMal iwlvtw seat In ted der Elgin Winston a oolerd denizenI of Hickman died Tuesdy He hadl worked at the bvlchtr business here for many years and was one of the few good darkies of the town The meetings which have been iinI progress at the Christian Church for the past two weeks are still In pro guess and attended by attentive hearers Mr Hudspeth was compelled to leave Monday on account of prvc ious arrangements ami the meet ing was taken up at that juncture by Mr Maple of Marion Ohio and the services will continue this week at least and perhaps through a part of next week Will Gardener was fined 60 i I police court Saturday for boot leg ging and Ed Fowler fined S100 fo the same offense Both are negroes 0 C A Holcombe is spending a few days in Cairo i Indigestior Il1omtb uu di3ibu twi1J1f1tmIf cf UttIJ- InbUnI and rl end Inntettioa3r rest dpthey n 11IIPOIftI one or a orttalm slap Torn wlDNMnolhlnl 1M It WM this Act that Anl cnmrtly Inl Dr 8ho to lb en t ion ot that now wrpopuUr ttnna ampr choose manor Ura Going diro to the Macuirh norwI Unetht that wj lid hror l If Hboopaml hU ItMtonttra milout that ortt ad KIM lilftilf vital riltmuch Uulnc omipUrfinwou wuarto U W For stomach dlUMIo bIoaUnr UUMIMIVM b both anti tallow UQuWan1 Dr dlao- pRItorUyhblru MM In7a u slat la tan sod wW do WI K U Dd ctM fu1Jr raou4 Dr ShOOp Restorativei ALL DEALERS t a 1 SOUTHERN TARin the name the best laundry in the South Leave your laundry at Smith Ambergs All work delivered Give it a trial this week r Frnk Smith Ag- fMurphyBettersworth I We learn that the wedding Tues day afternoon in which Miss Annie McConnell Murphy of Jordan and JacksonMissthe contracting parties was a very elaborate affair The happy nuptials were solemnized at the home of Mr B 0 Bondurant AprilJOA short time after the ceremony young couple left for Jackson Miss where they will reside in the future Miss Murphy was a sister of Mrs B O Bondurant of Jordan and of Mrs Dr H E Prather of Hickman and was a young lady liked and loved by all her acquaintance Her young friends will congratulate her willnregret to lose her from the com munityMr Belterworth Horace as he genialIi what an enemy is and who makes friends of everyone whom he meets He has been in Jackson for a year past and Iis at present in the employ of the commercial Bank of that place He isI doing well and takes this splendid young lady to share hisprosperityThe the Courier Iis that both the young people may have a bon voage through life a life of hap places and prosperity and one of as few sorrows and troubles as possible Victim of a Mistake Miss WinnieI Strong died at 111 40 oclock today of a shot received last night intended for her sister Miss Beulah Strong r tlnolugitive a by the large posse hunting for him his fate is easy to guess This is the fruit of insane jealousy selfish greedy love Last night at about 8 oclock the little town of Ruthville eight miles southeast of this city was thrown into a whirl of excitement when Will h Sawyer went to the home of T H t Strong and entering the rear door shot Miss Winnie Strong with a double barrel shotgun loaded with V No4 shot a shot one or two sizes larger than squirrel sho1 and used in killing hogs dogs and large game like wild ducks hawks etc The entire charge took effect in Miss Strongs abdomen going al most through the body Jwhich was literally honeycombed with perfor aliens along the gaping wounds d course Sawyer had been wailing on Miss Beulah Strong for some time and hearing that she had given her hand and heart to another and they were to be married next Sunday lie became angered anJ so crazed with jealousy and from brooding over his imaginary rebuffs that he made the insane determination to kill her immediatelyRealizing that he had truly com milted a blood cutdlblg outrage on an innocent party Sawyer started byway of Hatlers camp grounds for Martin expecting to escape to Missouri or some place northwest A large posse of Ruthville people started on his trail before day this morning and if he is caught it is feared lid will get what he so richly deserves Fulton Record Aprili24 J W Roney is wearing the gun 19n t Lou Freeman a negress of this- r berg was fined S50 in police court Monday for furnishing liquor to a minorAn examination of applicants for county diplomas will be held at the Court House in Hickman Friday and Saturday May 10 and 11 DORA M SMITH County Supt The suit of H C Amberg vs the heirs of Wm Perry deceased for 9113 amount due on notes made on real estate deal was compromised Wednesday by their attorneys 6 350 being paid the defendant This was one of the largest suits ever filed in Fulton county Miss Mary Rogers died Thursday at her home eight miles south ot Hickman Her death was due to a complication of diseases She was 38 years of age and a daughter of Mrs Geo Rogers Her remains were laid to rest in the family graveyard on her home place Friday Miss Rogers was a half sister to Mrs C A Holcombe of this city and onea t of the most popular ladies of the oesMMMy 1 which site rookkd i Sifin1 Ijj k a M Plj Cast Book Store BpleuJid Selection IfeW Books stationerPot XTotioxL Eta Callandsee our Stock Every king up to Sato 1MIry 9Imidns Boapaaj ietti e L r Meet Your Friends I at LAUDERDALES TONSORIAL PARLORS i Best in Hickman Hot andeif4 cold baths electric lights f and fans hydraulic chairs and everything for comfort o i Cliatca St ffickmaa Xy Next door to Caruthers B T DAVIS ttornc d aUf Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford c Handles store- HtCJWAN KENTUC- ZYABSOLUTELY or The Boat I Millionaire Ginned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products ed CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS a Callon or telephone us j when in needof by GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries ofof LaMora Ran e t- hAN M 61 1A t41 R 1 laUtlclrx E fart I represent the alFultonand will p1shareBasket at Bradley Farhams leaves Tuesday Will call for your laundryChester Barnes Jillla JI1J1l of to is far Dr S K Davidson V DEINTISTomca OowgillVi Drug Store Hickman Kentucky A Hoary Spraggins the well known ooloroi porter at the Usona hotel so k PMUOB was carried to Paducah to in asMwor to a charge of bootlegging TIN aoewiod wu taken before U U Csm issiooer Gardner who held the kin to after to the Federal court Ja tIM WII of 200 Henry easily gass boedxtmd returned to FdtORh mi llde aoote Ms ALL IM nah T T T L ouritrs 4 r1j1 Luxuries and the surroundings ofr wealth and idleness cannot bring contentment to a young woman n d pluck and good sense She woul far rather deny herself all luxuries and enjoy the glorious sense of inde pendence which her own exertions bring If parents could but realize this they would perhaps oftener assist their daughters in procuring self supportfng honorable enjoyment wherein the restless roving of the mind might be checked No young man starting out for himself being independent upon his own exertions can afford unnecessary expense He must deny himself or always remain poor Even- a five cent cigar each day will amount to 1825 in one year j and one who saves that sum will be mnch ahead ot the one who spends it And the habit of saving will beI worth everything If he saves 1825 each year only putting it atI six per cent simple Interest it would in twenty years amount to 570 So much for one little trifle of In dulgence He who would in a few years be independent and not envy the capitalist must start right In the struggle and battle of life there is none strong enough to bear the contest alone All need sympa thy and help and they must have it sure disaster or defeat will overtake them He who thinks himself safe when hmllEe bark tides gaily before the breeze with sails filled with winds of prosperity is often the weakest of the weak when the storm and tempest come Thus in the hour of sorest trial many a weakI woman has often been strong and brave to endure where stalwart manhood has succumbed and drifted helpless and discouraged before the gale of adversity Life is sweeten and made beautiful by sympathy its asperities are toned down and its rough places made smooth by the touch of a gentle band or a tone of loving voice even the severest trials may be endured aad the heaviest burdens borne when aided a very little thoughtful and precious help of this kind KBSP UP WITH TilE CHILDREN There is in every community a class ot people who seem incapable receiving any education outside their own limited experience Life tuna along easily enough for them until their children grow up and begin to look forward to some ing broader for themselves Then the battle for supremacy begins in earnest The childiseems ungrate to the parent and the parents seem tyrannous to the child I It is very hard for a mother who has laid down precise ideas of how her tiffs and belongings shall be and finds that life falls to arrange itself according to herI to find that her own daughter- is one of the chief opponents of her ideas And yet this is exactly I what happens to the woman who to learn Progression is a lawII the universe and one whoe attempts to retard its wheels is sure be crushed beneath them There something pitiless in the power that so often carries the child soII beyond the parent It is the law of heaven that love should go downward to the chIldnot backward to the parent A true mothers love Is sacrificial of self and oaks no return No childs love however tender can equal a mothers loveI andl it is not natural that it shouldI great deal has been said of the duty of children to their parents when every thinking man and woman must recognize that the chief obligation is due from the parents to theI children One obligation Is to keepI abreast of the times with the child that the parent may be a mentor times of needa safe unfailing guide and companion not an Incubus To do all this is to fulfill highest sense the trust heaven has laid upon parents If you want to make your wife just let Shaw Betteraworth that bill of groceries Does Your Heart Beatlj dDoes 100000 times each day it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health AndI you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers II Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it Tor 00 years 1W IMar I M11LINA111I 1k rlw MM hJMMMIU MIFNS II11 blv4 t I rNw 01 a IU- N7t4bS r Air 4 tHUs AArrtot9 IMIR 1ftfI1 Ant 1 Wfie iersCMBtVI nXTOSAU w brI1v pvfcllih I Po I r w11M no A Few Day Left We desire le impress upon readers of our paper the importance of the present combination offer of the Courier and The Louisville Herald The subscription price of The Louis ville Herald will be advanced May 20 The publishers have notified us that the increase in cost of white paper makes it necessary for them to raise the subscription rate In order to make it possible for anyone to take advantage of the low price which prevails at present the otter will be extended to May 30 Send in your order at once For Sale Cheap We will sell cheap the engine and boiler that is now located in the HIckman sour mill Will be said at a very low Ugore and any Me In the market for this kind of rig con get a bargain by communicating with the undersigned at once We do not wish to ship it and have only- a limited time to move it In DAHHKE WALKER MILUUC Co 50 Union City Tenn State Line Last weeks items The wedding bells are beginning to ring again Miss Mary Burrus went to Union City Saturday- T A Prather Jr has a new baby girl at his home J P Maddox had business at Crystal Monday- E C Maddox was Hlokman on business Saturday Mr taac Shuff Is expected home from St Louis soon Mr W M Shaw and daughter spent Sunday In Hickman Mrs W B Clark is convalescent after several days IllneslIMiss Lucy Rice spent Wednesday night with Miss Jennie Burrus Mr Marshall Rice and daughter Lucy wore in HIckman Saturday Miss Bess Threlkeld is expected home from Mississippi within a few daysMiss Lue Threlkeld is the guest of her brother Cue Threlkeld in Hick manJames R Moss of Union City had business as State Line Wednesday evening the 17th The W M Shaw Co purchased some nice lambs from the St Louis market last week The price paid was 8 cts per lb Freshest line of groceries in town can be found at Shaw Bet tersworths One of the three negro officers in the army Capt Charles Young of the Ninth Cavalry has been ordered from Hayti where he has been l military attache to the Philippine Islands He will soon reach his majority and it is believed that complications may arise when white officers are asked to serve under him fhe Man With Dandruffc- an now bo cured Ito should buy a bottle ofZEMO today ZEMO destroys tho germ that causes tbo dlecoee Ita naeitopa Itching Instantly prevents fall Ing larch and leaves the scalp in a clean healthy condition AH Druggists for sale fry Helm a XllUon Gasoline at tIM Courier Office I Little Tit Bits lriK poor has kepj many a man lron ienth tn an automobile neck dent I A nan whe cant make enemies Is obvi 117 net good for anything dir I Ultedgd wiling Qstrds wont make much of an tImpression on St Peter I I 1 know a girl that far pretty as a picture and IMlflte te plop the pitlure A young wife never lisis an opportunity to try her Drat cake on a trampA con find a good many excuses for the practice of a sin that pays the rent An Omaha girl who eloped with her fathers coachman sayssbe was driven to it- Immodesty blushes rnddcfolder many cloth ethan modesty scantily arrayed A woman who has money to burst seldom encounters trouble ta Ending a match A fretful disposition osttw more woe in a family than a stile that smokes When a man takes Irk wfctcVwy straight he usually takes Ms homo ward way crooked The musician has a tango ttmc of It He works when he ploys awl plays when he work Even your best friend will keep your leadpencil and smile when he thinks of you missing It Little things are the things that tollsay a Mule one abovt fire years old tot hwtonce When a woman doesnt tcnow her leiworryevery own Miocenes he week put aide boards on the msatttro The difference between a pair of trousers and pair of pants fir shoot seven doitar Paris It now powdering her pet dogs In Aria the small hy k icAMtng them as usual Jordan Last weeks items C G Alexander was In Htakman Tuesday Misses Mary and Rnpie Shock went to Union City shopping Miss Margret McAdoo retoraed home from Dyentwrg Saturday Miss Bird MoLeroorc was the guest of Miss Annie Carter Inn dayMr C C MoMurry and family vlsllod Mr M P MoMurry Sun day Misses Jane and Louise MtCon nell spent Sunday with Mine Willie MayesMiss Willie Belle Hayes spent Sunday night with Miss Mannie MoMurryMr MoMurry and Mine Mary Shuck attended oburoh at Rush Creek Sunday Mr Herbert Winston and Misses Boat Winston and Huddleston were visitors at prayer meeting Sunday afternoon Dorena Last weeks Items Guy Hall was a visitor at Mrs Crawfords Sunday Mrs Stella Hall returned home from Clinton last week Sickness is scarce In the community at this writing Rev Lucas preached an interest ing sermon at Locust Grove Sunday Mrs West and family were guests of Mrs Tom White Sunday Jessie McClellan and little daugh ter were in the neighborhood Sun dayClarence White and Arthur Ridge went to Henson last week on businessRev ot Crosno placeSunday Mr T L White went to Charleston last week and while there he bought a pair of mules t IIAWonderful Oil Stove I dilntfromi mbodiesnew principle Easily managed Reduces fuelex fbusiness r of lighting Fcr cooking INEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove Its beat U highly eettntrattJ Roes not oretbeat the 3onetlIIdeeclptlncircular TIU D beatLuround household ute K io of brass throughout and toauttfuUy nickeled Per feotly constructed bsaluttiy oars unexcelled la UjhtgiTloj power an ornament to any nom Every lamp warranted If not attur dealer write to our nearest agency- SIrMiIuAnn OIL COMPANY It tQIKTrO iiE I4 13ERc 1J T Cafe and Restauran- Miswrote1 ro AO OAllai J 4 Soda Water Ice Cream 4JtnhOt20ble Pruits Fine Cani q LFre8b Dread and Cakee I 4F Telopkoae M Oyi HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS mADLIazD l Tom Dillon Sr Prop Sooeeotor to B C JUm Marble and Grnnit- cMonuments CURBING STONE WORK of ad Kind Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY 4 4 4 t lI Will build u- t f OKttQ s t It will PRY you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent 1 carry UM only complete Iof buildmf maleru iMUdvttf seek and doors to be OWN in tlw dty MI arE right You IN UK edge t call and see A DCDDS 1t1 rtih rnrs p fIlrChors j5nk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thnfcwo offor to dopositora Othor in duoomonts nro of sooondnry importiun Upon this Guarantee we solicit ygur patrona J A THOMSON J t ahiT MQIiWMT Prosidont DJIRJEOJOES II UIJISIiKH 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