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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wIf 1 THE HIeKMAN eOURIER i I IIII I I Vati lung the gamer I l isuiro wulajng Intll eo are utotIt r Jfii you do not III you 801110 r11 Hotihas you f y find our Hurt f Mnrx olothcHr A L IIi wiiufc to bo j t g at thaw nil t L N suit onUlI for Netkwo r Oxford Shuts Hats Sotkt ttc I ill holdOb- KI1 r I i I AM ERG Hickman Ky Wade Brown Exonerated fv for the pru i lilt Court on r rJi the atrium The Wiring of- wreks ap lIy II tfy United State v I to the salts- rati r Mr Brown here was nellh the action nor fc i ay a reckless or 4ftI and acting M releaser Mr T DeL S r bend that as rler at the tune I mpMty with Std iberia went to- T nuke an arrcat ix ltoa who was W legging When arrut Ami told t he Weald be m io PadHoah to- P ltrli court be I r other and ran r rms esotpe Mr intimidate and r rw Ws revolver t if into the air to saner when u- nf upon an ob tell the gun dti b to young roan In immediatelytthe deputy sherIU- T 0 Paduoah ands x whwi he Game and had an cx- wrhh he was ad 0Willt the action of lien a charge of thtergrlllJIt In Hlokman beIv All confident he InvetItand evidence bore ii that he was ex 11 lie asks the to his Hickman lur their sympa kindneueto iIr ofFlwkm1I1 Furn Co ra NTAIL 1 bestIJ r ar laundry at- t tnbergs AU 1 J ItJFra7k Smith Age ltntlCopytlght 1907 by llm Shiffner If Marx Illustrating Keep SweetI- r4pMiI rotrhrtr II Rev B Marvin hauls and F R Stever who recently conducted a greatrevlval this city oame In Tuesday to visit their Hlokman friends They have jest closed a successful meeting at Jackson Tenn Harris denies that he is en the verge of matrimony I land this Is usually the case eto William LJeoan and Mist Frankie Merris both residing on Reute 4 were married Sunday afternoon at stepparentA dialing Miss Morris was a daughter of A R Morris deceased formerly of Moscow but was raised near Hick man as was also Mr Lteman Both are popular yeung people in the vicinity in which they reside Congratlons The Courier will be Rlad to send your friends away from Hlokman sample copies of this paper Just give us their names and address Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of A L Badger dead are hereby notified to file same with me on or before June lit 1907 or they will be forever barred 51 Mill OBOROIA UADOHR Admrx Three Years for One Dollar The TwiceaWeek Republic of St Louis Mo the old eat and best known semiweekly newspaper in the United States is making the remark able subscription offer of three full years forSl312 eightpage papers The offer is good until May 31 1907 only Tell your friends of this opportunity to get a semiweekly three whole years for SI If you are already a subscriber your order will be accepted now for a renewal to begin when your present subscrip tion expires Remember a dollar before June 1 pays for three years if you take advantage of this oppor tunity in connection with the Courier Send a sample copy of the Courier to your friendIThe more money a man has the easier it is for him to talk about the bkwJnge of poverty 4+++++i 1 of THE A Sof E COLUMN I 4 +BY MR J H SAUHMJRS nephewsfamily umn this week Is filled with clippings from UptoDate Farming the offi I cial organ of the A S of E and j J prelldentMr Everitt is also the author of The Third Power the ablest arxj best book for farmers to real that I have ever seen We have been making every effort in our power to secure sub scriptions to elevators at Cayae and Shuck tot serious slrkness heavy rains and crippled stock have pre vented my making the canvass that 1 desired lo make However all farmers whether they belong to the A S of L the F E C W or are nononfen tarmers can tied sub MrtpUen lists in the hands of J C tt pcr and Chas Neonoe It Is a shame and a libel on our free Institution for the tremendous grain growing Interests of this count try to be at the mercy of a few gam Won who call themselves Boards of Trade or Xiehanges and arrogate to themselves the right to make prices ON the grain products of the otuntry and they divide themselves into two dames so that they con bet with eaoh other as to which will be able to set the price tomorrow or next week or next month I After all the farmers are not so much te blame t for everybody andI everything to which they have looked for Instruction has taught them that way was sot only the best ray but that it was the naturalway ud tic natural ourseiftradel ll- Bsb It I It Is the only artificial dlshneltIt places the toil of honest people absolutely at the disposal of dbi honest men operating a dishonest system And the strange part of it- Is that no such thing is attempted with the products of any class of labor but arming though many others offer the same opportunities Why are there not Boards of Trade to make prices on buggies wagons tails wire carpets etel BQUITY EXCHANGE IN EFFEOT The New Era of Prosperity has begun The members of Anoka County Union In Minnesota have shipped the first carload of potatoes bearing the Union Label to Thomp son Local Union 2848 Grand Forks County North Dakota I This is the result of an exchange of information Hundreds of oars of farm products would be passing from farmers direct to consumers if the latter knew where the former had the surplus supply their wants toII Therefore I appeal to farmers to push organization for cooperation Advertise your surplus products in I Up lo Date Farming Consumers make your wants known In the same way Use the plan of our Society NOWII Minnesota State Union Minneapolis i IT DOES SEEM INCREDIBLE Dishonesty falsehood or perverI lion of facts never did succeed and It never will so long as civilization Iis based on truth and fairness It does not seem credible that the following could appear In any I publication in the United States and yet we find it given apparently with I nil sincerity in the Farmers Cooperative Union department of the rullman Alabama Tribune of April 12- The i I farmers organization which I recently united with the Farmers I I A riP1Whrski neatliked1010 eanAItsa1rrrewHuI And d r h day tr1tb tA beat tan 1qrkMnuu4- Tkbed I trdMh Ir h1t name MiTkIsnI tq1T1LY wWHlifenrWMk rnntbucbsi1- IHtydlntamrrl t awe 1V4 floaI Pr Ia1dd11174H cq4TrwINtanndbdTb e5 LYaA eIHupatbuvtyapNArd rllIanoII L Union was called The Ameloan Society of Equity Its strength was mainly in the middle West Illinois Indiana Nebraska Wis coniin Kansas Iowa and Oklahoma Its purpose was to bring about an improvement of the highways secure afdfciltural schools for the training ot farmers sens to obtain better transportation facilities and better freight raga but the real purpose seems to be to force an increase in the price of farm products by hold tag back the products from market when the supply seems to be greater than the demand It was proposed to do this by building warehouses In which to store the products Its Jpurposes being practically the same It must be a back time editor in this country who does not know more than that about the American Society of Equity now the strongest and most aggressive Society In the United States and that has done more and is doing more for farmers than any other Society the country ever knew And it must be an Ananias editor who would publish such a thing knowing it was uot true There has never been a thought of its uniting with the Farmers Union or any other organization except to fraternally cooperate with IAn to accomplish its great and wellknown purposes The NewBSo Pure lint Umt h cure Iitwr wwild tb uwl l If nil Uuuitli urns wens tike Ur Hbuup kMirfb pure Itnwt tuu been fur ter yt sass The Nallmml Iwo now require thai If ntty t irteM vM iHto itnmchiulxtuni llmtMi IJt prNtedunte httMl HIM pneknae r IhU MIlO i mothpr BHtl other auld lariat UfI MVIH Dr StHMip I+ Htah i ttv No Inllk OH Ire HIioupV Uintlt niid Hone In the iutslllH de It lutMt Iqr tow Ib oil the kt eel Ami Ite Not only info but it u oak to IM lijr tliuMjIlial know It 1t it truly reiimrknUd eotiali rte mtsljr hike IHI B4utH inrtleularly wlUi xurehgdren liwlt on Imvlna lirHhooini DrMhwpplun iiinrku UI Yuutmit nln Uoii llin wife sale tty ilviiiniidlnit lit riboopS iViuKhOum Imply rfu o to nocopt nnr ollif r Holil by 1 ler Col Abe Crittenden one of the pioneer citizens of Obiou county Tennessee died Sunday at his home near Rives of paralysis Mr Crittenden was a goof man and will be greatly missed by everyone in his community Hickman Furniture Co Inc keep an experienced undertaker in their store at all times and night calls will be promptly answer ed Telephone No 20 Dont fall to hear the band con cert Tuesday night If the weather is unfavorable it will be given on Thursday night Mrs Ada Jones Dead Mrs Ada Jones residing about two miles west of Clayton died at her home Saturday May 11 of heart trouble Mrs Jones was one IcommunityIShe leaves the following const Homer Charlie Edward Burnice and J Jones and a daughter Miss Maude tier remains were laid to rest at Antioch Sunday Three States Mrs Ed Dames returned home SaturdayMrs n returned home last week She is very much improved in health Alex Barnes and Tom Hubbard spent several days last week in Hickman Ferd Howard and Mac Barnes will spend the summer here helping their father on the farm Messrs Hubbard and Bettersworth shipped a nice bunch of hogs on the Ferd Herold last Tuesday Miss Ollie Hubbard of Hick man spent last week in this neighborhood She formerly was a real dent of this vicinity Drs Hubbard and Baltser and Messrs Bettersworth Williams and others were here last week Mr Williams sold a nice bill of candy to our merchant Mr Coleman Messrs Tyner and Manor have purchased a gasoline boat to use in carrying their fish to market at Hickman They have been very successful the last month with their fishing For Sale Cheap We will sell cheap the engine and boiler that is now located in the Hickman Hour mill Will be sold at a very low figure and any one in the market for this kind of rig can get a bargain by communicating with the undersigned at once We do not with to ship it and have only a limited time to move it in DAHNKE WALKER MILUNO Co 50 Union City Tenn See the Hickman Furniture Co Inc line of suites and rockers be fore buying your spring furniture A lot of people claim credit for being charitable because they giveaway stuff they want to get rid of iiii- Ii ii- r IF YOUirsebleloinctii do not tike four borne Inlunnd YOu ourht to more t I SMITH LiemanMorris Administratrix onlywaythe rAt IThe Hickman College Election- At a regular meeting of School Board Friday night May 10th 1907 teachers were elected for the ensuing year as follows Prof B F Gabby President of FacultyMiss Virginia Luten Miss Annie Sharon Miss Mattie DeBow Miss Anna Outen Miss Icie Hale Miss Bufie Bruer Miss Imagine Moore Miss Mildred Ramage Owing to a lack of room at Col lege the Music Class will be elimi nated for the session of 190708 A fine amounting to 3465 assessed against Felix Feltner on a charge of running away witnesses in the MarcumHargis damage suit at Win chester was paid Saturday by Felt ners son who recently sold his farm to raise the necessary money Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 Fireman Killed Fireman Farley running between Hickman and Nashville was killed last Thursday near Hollow Rock Tenn while on his engine enroute to this place Farley was looking out of his window on his side of the engine cab and just as the train ran Into the small flag station the mail crane struck him across the face from the left eye down to the chid disfiguring his face severely sad dragging him from his scat- He was hurled forty or fifty yards with violent force against a large pile of crossties The train then ran on a mile or two before the fireman was missed He was found terribly broken up by the fall and was bruised and mangled so that he lived only an hour afterwards- Itbutnitleunbrera tea hive ft tn Mitn withIokonSlioojV Itaeluo Wli Tblf Ujok wilt cxi Uln how lire Hhoupt Itbrumatlo Itmft1T tue forutlJlll drives KtirumBllitu out of the Itxxl TIiU Itvumiy U out n rtfllrf only It luu toelmr the blued entirely of Itticuiun tiepulwHandthen Ubcuiiuiiiiui uiutt die a natural dwitb tWit liT ill dealer P C Jones and Miss Maude Daughtey both residents of Fulton were married Sunday attemoon at 5 oclock at the residence of Esq Futrell The bride is an attractive young lady and very popular The groom is employed as a salesman by the ShacklettThomas Hardware Co The Mending Outfit Is not so necessary where Perfection clothing itl worn There is plenty of room in these Hurts for the hoy to stretch mid climb and jump They rro stylish wellmade and well finished Lots of give to the material Less expensive than nny other kind considering that they Wear longer 650fronti Smith Amberg ir w f I 11 i i j- I fI 1 I f t 0 1 f i 1 N IJ to i 4 i a t tt tr tM k t 111 fill Iffi y Lt I r i t J f t1 ll I ll1 tj i J t J j iij H tt t j I I G THE HICKMAN COURIER Cnttt Wukm Knlacln List lk DfIIo =0 KT SEALS WGBPEEB J O 8EUOr EtlUn ui PnpriiUn ONE DOLLAR PER YEA a CASH IN ADVANCE I w Entered tit the Ulakman Kentucky wNtoffice M wcond ola runts matter Friday May 17 1907 The rapid progress of work upon the Panama canal will soon be great ly accelerated The commission has just made requisition for a lot of articles that will greatly facilitate the work Among other things ask ed for are six porch swings four feet long thirtytwo inches deep fifty refrfgtaiors thirty dozen demi johns 500000 paper napkins 100 rocking chairs 100 double beds and springs 250 mirrors 500 ice cream spoons 150 sideboards a full supply of ice cream freezers and water coolers Just as soon as the supplies arrive renewed activity will mark the work ot the canal In or der to write fully of the great progress which will be made when the rocking chairs etc arrive they have ordered 653000 writing pens The HIckman College School Board Is making arrangements to put a new fence around the park opposite the College Since the School has leased the park they have made some decided Improvements A lot of grading was done which put the grounds In excellent condition and the shade trees are just beginning to show what they will do toward beautifying the park It will be but a matter of a short time until this piece of ground will be a credit to the School as well as the city and will afford a nice cool place for recreation of the school children and to others In the summer time Nine native Germans have pur chased outright 160 acres of land on the Benton road five miles from Paducah and secured options on other land in that vicinity for the purpose of starting a German col ony and engaging in the truck gardening Industry They took out their first naturalization papers Friday and two of them have gone back to Germany to Induce further immigration They will bring back a number of German girls for domestic servants The the price of wheat went up to 103 In Chicago Monday This is highest price paid tor wheat in many moons It is thoght that Julywheat will reach S125 and possibly SI50 The general opinion is that these prices are based upon natural condition namely the prospective fall ure of the Canadian and northwest ern crops and that of Russia The army worm has played havoc with some of our farmers Congressman James Here Congressman Ollie M James an raced In HIckman Wednesday night on a Lee Line boat and was tender ed an informal reception at the La Clede hotel Mr James is with the Mississippi River Commission which left St Louis Tuesday morning on the Steamer Mississippi on a tour of Inspection down the Mississippi to New Orleans In a short address Mr James ex plained the Deep Waterways proposition and pointed out the vast good that it will donot only in checking corporate greed but for all the towns and cities on the water fronts He also spoke very highly of Hick Man as a good town today and her promise for greater things in the future Long live Ollie M James Christian Church Services way School at 930 a HI prcftchiag and Communion Service at 10H5 subject Jesus Christ the Testator Evening service at 745 FXAXK H VERNOR Mutter Tamers hewsSal r4sasi and The Hidtmasi Courier one year115 1 Circuit Court The grand jury adjourned Friday evening last after fifty three indict ments from this end of the county They met In Fulton Tuesday to convene three days The jury submitted the following report to the court t We the Jury in regular session at the May term 1907 re spectfully report that upon examina tion of the county jail and the county court house find them cleanly kept I and in sanitary condition i that It appears that the roof of the jail needs som paint and possibly needs done thereto Wesome patching cheerfully commend the sheriff and I his deputies for their faithful and I efficient services W T CARR Foreman The following Commonwealth cases were disposed of after we went to press last week Jas E Lamore fined SCO for violating local option law and he appealed to the Court of Appeals on- t supersedes bond Alfred McCormick for house breaking pleaded guilty of petit larceny and was given six months in jailChas Wilson on ten indictments for suffering gaming gave bail for appearance at next term on 1000 bond On the civil docket the following cases were disposed oft N A Head vs Julian Choate et- al resulted in mistrial- J T Admas vs N C do St L Ry and L C Ry plaintiff given verdict for SW damages D A Luten vs W Ar Greer pcrdidt for S25 for the defendant- C C Shafer vs F S Moore verdict for the defendant- J W Long vs R J McAdoo dismissed leaving burden of costs upon R J McAdoo- M L Corum vs S H Linder let for today in Fulton- J W Mayfield vs Mobile Ohio ly verdict of 50 for plaintiff The court convened for its second week at Fulton Tuesday morning and the following Commonwealth cases have been disposed of t Bud Ridley running horse on public highway fined 5 A F Oliver breach of peace fined SJ5- Dick Tnoroai carrying concealed weapon fined 25 John May operating restaurant without license filed away Sut Jones gaming continued The ordinary cases disposed of are given below R M Chowning vs Ji D- Scat L no trial First National Bank vs A M Irowder no trial Com of Ky vs Cook Brewing Co bur eases verdict for 75 in two aces two dismissed First National Bank vs J B Williams no trial First National Bank vs J K Walker no trial R A Pierce etc vs Will Chit lers etc dismissed without prejudice L W Graham etc vs C E Rice etc no trial John C Taylor vs I C R RI Co dismissed settled Jas T Burton vs I C R R Co dismissed settled J C Kennedy JVM Fulton Mercantile Co transferred to equity A Nice Present Ten gentlemenTom Dillon Dr Jf M Hubbard Dr H E Prather S L Dodds J T Stephens W A Dodds W H Baltzer F T Ran dle and John Bryant presented tq the Hfckman Concert Band a life size portrait of the director Prof L J Hunziker The movement was first suggested and partly engineered by Mr A S Rosedale and to him belongs the credit of r tatting the movement The band as well as Mr Hunziker desires toI express thanks to all these gentle men and they ask the Courier too I assure them that the gift is appreciated The portrait will adorn the walls of the Band Library room When in need of gasoline come to UK Courier Office u Ellison 13108 Sell Peters Shoes down the river SAtur Steamboat Liberty passDid you see the big loadedexclusively with Peters Shoes from St Louis to day She was of shoes over shippedsteamboat loadthe firatWhite River ports and was down the river Peters Shoes are becoming more popular every day We handle them exclusively in Hickman and carry at all times a complete assortment of these fine shoe For style fit comfort and wear they are unequalled Peters Shoes3 Oxfords For Men For Women In all leathers and gradesLadies Oxfords Royalty 600 Par Excellence 500 Diamond Special 400 18 Caret 350 Black Diamond 250 Good Shoes for 150 and 2 00 Classic 350 Excellence Diamond Special Sparkler Black Diamond Boys and Girls and Children All styles and leathers assortment of sUes alwmys in steok Shoes and Oxfords for Boys lOO 125 150 200 250 and 350 Shoes and Oxfords for Girlsl00 125 150 200 250 and 300 For Children15c 2550c 75c 100 and 150 Wo have boost Ietora Shoos for 12 ywnrA ants tliijy givo bettor aatisfuction thnp flay other mnko mxxXSCJSr E3F1CSHICKMAN KENTUCKY The Cumberland Suit The Cumberland Telephone suit is on to a finish The citizens of the town were very much surprised Wed nesday morning when they awoke to the fact that the Cumberland tele phone office was closed and there was no service at all Perhaps never before has the populace real Ized what the telephone was until suddenly of It and espe dally when there was a wellequip ped in touch with the busi ness houses and homes but with no to answer calls The two suits against the company one filed by individuals collectively for recovery of overcharges and one by the city of HIckman to com pel the company to charge no more than the franchise rates or get out of town came up In the Circuit court at Fulton Tuesday the court having been too busy here last week to pass upon it The company failed to answer to the suit filed by the city which practically admits that they have a franchise In HIckman This they have bitterly denied In the Individual suit they filed two demur rers one of them demurring against the petition asking that the company be forced to charge the rates pro vided for hi the franchise which the court overruled The other demur red against the collect ively filing a suit for recovery of rentals and to this the court with held its decision until Wednesday Judge Bugg stated that he was of the opinion that they could file the suit thus but was not sure and would withhold the ruling until laterThe result was that Wednesday morning telephone office was closed to the public and no service was given all day Wednesday The Ilown was cut off from all communication both local and long dls tancj A number of the Interested parties went to Fulton Wednesday afternoon to have the court issue a mandatory Injunction against the Cumberland people and thus compel them to open their exchange to the public Par 300 250 200 150e Good Oxfords for 125 For Complete selling boliovo deprived exchange operators Individuals and give service until the courts will have decided the matter For the benefit ef these readers who are not acquainted with the situation and the oause of the troubles we wilt briefly state the facts When J Mao Moore fermer manager of the company was check ed out of the office by the Auditor the question arose as te why there were discriminative rates In oiled in Hlokman The matter was ex plained to him and when he return ed to the Nashville office he report ed the facts Then the present manager Mr Owens was notified to take those Instruments out which called for less than the companys standard rates and replace them with long distance instruments and at the same time put all telephones upon an ejjual basis This ef course did not suit the eighteen individuals torthat was the num ber effected by the order and a petition was circulated and signed by the majority of the subscribers of the telephone company setting forth the statement that theywould not pay any more than the franchise rates This when submitted te the general manager of the company resulted in a conference and telephone meeting between the repre sentatives of the company and a number of the representative citl Jens in which considerable interest was shown The telephone representatives stated that they did not have a franchise in Hickman and that they could not be compelled to charge a lesser rate than they were doing and that before they would attempt to do so they would remove the exchange from the city The suits which had been filed were however unaffected by this meeting as the citizens were determined to win out Another meeting was held one night this week and a course decided upon There was some opposition to the determination on the part of the leaders but a vote was taken and the majority ruled that the suits be carried on Dr S K Davidson Is In Fulton today Thursday for the purpose ol taking legal steps to compel1 the company to opeo Us exchange Up to the hour of going to prew we are still without service- IKYOUDOMT so 1M IIN rPuIINMaerr I tttM 11 l sM rML TN rMw- ttrwllr MV A K Miv Mif tor OunMt Urtlwta Mataffte t Ud nn ihrj MUMpUm Mr 0 mt art NM wrtMwi Mjr r111I li flwY- S Andf 10 lit orUern M MMIt UM 5i rwLb II Mrb1Mk1d rw rrwlI- wu K NM Isi rry teNT FN bbwMS- arvt IM I I1a wNliyM r us that S Misses Lillian MeDatle and Sallle Conner were painfully injured Ina runaway that oeourred en tae State Line Road near Fulton llate Monday afternoon They were return- Ing home when near the Dan Nor man place their horse suddenly wheeled around and overturned the buggy Beth of the young ladles were thrown to the with great foroe and Miss Conner was so painfully hurt that she net able to be moved to her home that night Dorena JooHA Byassee IsI very ill Mrs Des and family were guests of Mrs J D Piakett Sunday Mr Riley Sanders of Three States accidentally shot and killedI himself Monday The school at Leant Grove progressing nicely under the control of Miss Marreta Fowlkes Harry Manuel has a position with the government to inspect the levee work that will be done near Medley MoMiss Stella Hlsey of Indiana f has returned to teach the school the lower neighborhood where she taught the past yea- rChristian Endeavor The Christian Endeavor will meet at the Baptist Church next Sunday evening at 6 MS Subject Little Faults that Spoil Our Lives Leader Miss Virginia Luten AH young people are invited Court Mouse NNw County Court The regular term i County Court met III Y e Court House Montis W A Naylor presidi The following M r ments were mod with lay over until the MK r r h H A Tyler gueriu Baltzer J N Blackman 114o Tom Ballow A C Green gmriu 8 lw MorrisA Jones gKUUiiui Jones W C JohnwA gur JohnsonMrs A L Mortar r s W W Meaoha hnu Mrs A 1 Martin Eunice Moachem Mrs A 1 Man in Clarence MarUe Chas Noons AinrI Harris The foHovtog tIi l ments were ossmn t Mrs Fannie Mann for Eva MuroMeoe Dota Murr U ATT L MurrellSeveral appenus t Y 1 and several ethers w The following order s allowing aoaoMts A J JhM MM t H T Beale Slt11 Ellison fifes S6 disc Hopkins and Cane t 6 respectively for 11 r The fellewlsg rOAIi s O made That 1 L vs overseer en the grit se Lower River read That Will hewn it M- seer on the eighth r State Line road ThatMarvw Brow overseer on the Ant + Palestine road That Lon Harkey seer en the Lynch SI The fellewlng ru J fern were recorded u iyoffice state last week eMMndred Huddler l Dodd deed of natI Robt J Brown tu 1 land S200Q S Eo Collins to I yrlots la Fulton 12 Julia Pclham toY t S 100 Anna Anderson M d j Jos F Keller to town Jlots Hlokman consideration TJ Bury to WI r lets Fasten SIOO J P Swan to W i town lots in Fulton1 CURESECZRMA II ridMORS PIMPLKS I I CLESCOSTSTOfkk 31n nlI llutnk BFrR- at J ur lUff fIN r NUMr eenM IitnitIfeT pnatnw 1III II MKM Hton tr I UHM lit wureWIII- tln11 HH k It pttrr r ttlnwi lfiM f II r Mjipplr to tie kin u Ui rlhli1nriFheuJiflI Q p I as rl tMI nild7wJ for ltf1tflte rrI I 1011 IInlllllIlM srurn liruMhu II wn lOHt for l om euro 1 r tnmtiTA Mill m arwr i Ulwxl fllmArkIruulln niut tree m a ralnl teller IsWoodland Mill H E Curlin Villtti Sunday j H L Curlin has tw Ivttliisweet potato slips for u Miss Lassie Curlin IS h grst t1 Miss Vera Thomas this wrs InRev W H Hugh lrrz et here last Sunday momig J ed ingMrs tM L Harpj daughter Mrs H L l II W we kIRev G H Stigler and wyfe It Tuesday for Richmond Va t 3 tend the Southern Bapt t ntiarfe tlon From there thy fIIto Jamestown Exposition rk J L I 1 t r j Y I j YL Yr Yz 4 r L Lar Lat td t tk 1 JTHEE HICKMAN COURIER prani grehirlr zw fk W1 n Friday May 17 1007 CArd of Thanks w Mrs W A Carpen y t Ute Carpenter and Mrs I 4rprnter for the love of or have designed and exe n v Itul handworked ban ry a ntoB Woodcraft andT uf a Lt1rs good ladles have c- xits k much time and tedious x r y jt receiving any compen pt4tever therefore be It i That this Elm Camp of the World exVV Jmeaj1 jjJ I 4m Its highest appreciation rVr thanks for their noble tLtaIle it further ii to That this Camp reo t request these good ladles prufnt on Decoration Day r err the City Cemetery f r Prre eta he made photo tAf Tltn the ladles holding the A eras twegreund and with i ngns ol this Camp as a s aaJ that each of these A x red with a nicely A v prcwrrtag one for the r W BIl b hall sae hung in the 1Ie it further t i That re ognl lng the shall all bet rr tisw we rrr his oatth and whileA rA b of those good ladies a- uig wiioe death shall visit k tea this Lamp shall r PIi oB ami march in the ree with this banner L T that last ud tribute t if thrice as paid to any v v rrtifN eliminating the x 1f1 Be It further ti That a e py ef these a of prtiHed la the Hick ir acrf oeptes made en v a tad pr intcd to these f 4 and a copy preserved i 4 e i to the photograph for C nim- Mt is rtdiest blessings at r ts the earnest Wish of t I i Una j BALXIBX Committee DtUOK n KT May 17 1907 A Well Known Fact rl r km dUcaM whether from izt Tw r i xtenial origin can lung ermleldfali Lerir1 ttIat races the disease they stqul Wrtfouarnple Yt Ittlied Ht Louis All OruRllclI- ltr It tats by llrtm a Union Walnut Log Miie Mailey and Dames spent Krt ut trek in Utakma- DrfT1rf He ef the mill man ifs ijfit Sunday IIn Lake County r T Mdlen Grassy bland T i Alv to run soon probably rL AVJnesday- U a i Mrs Campbell of Lake v veer rue the hotel for the lot i Stradcr mill M A Davies Is moving from uv IibodI to Hlokman where be sux his future home WfJirs iidewell and Sheland atUrnear Woojlland goodrti rtfop 1 y rains the Lake Is about I cbcr than usual Lee Line Boats a i a T1W1 AT RltaYA t t to r z MrniphUjWtilntdlajr A p in HaturUay t p nt t uiihltoHIi iou is- rIt t I i I1ts7Ueadar IrII nail to rIIIPhlli let n l II IVwldownHMI yilratsL Mrlday nlhland up4 n t J IL IttTHHKrU Apt N C 51 L R R- Gll 1 JLI Title AT RICIfAN- t M III 11 1IIl inxniialfrn arrlveae pen lea Jw Mxpreua IIIIIw AY 1Irtlu 8 InIIIIIIOIIUon QflJIr1 le a It U JOIINHON Ant InI ell Courier iMns Yarn I II The Scarlet Scarf At seven oolook In afalklanllworefullmovInKpalaoewlunoAngus rllOnvrJmoThe trapoofeantrrtxl through lonjs and ladles tlseKingdom foltowelr doMlnalforrotUIliOdonnedAt the enlranoo to the park Hood KlnqInstepfathervirtually held him prisoner nor eeuld ho Ion tide within the limits of Falk land park uneof rttMt The ruddy Burled youth longing tear freedom stood watching the motley crowd us masks etethod in a Spanish dress of purple ant Hirer his hair eatahlnic tbe sunlight and gloving topperret as he bowed to the guests waking their obotsanre and tiling before him A little way behind him stood Doug Us earl of Anicus an unmistakable figure though masked and In the drew et an ancient Thane his eyes ever on his royal prisoner Among the gay company of mas queradera there appeared presently a loan man wallet on site and a woman with fcmg dark looks In the short striped skirt of the peasant and a crooked staff la her hand The king bowed carelessly On the word of a Douglas whis pered the earl of Angus Us the Bpaewlfe of Crotch to the We and Leslie himself Could we but ace her eyes Spaewlfet exclaimed James then ball the read us our riddles Let us low to the company and afterward to the pray The king had drawn a little apart from the crowd when a Ita broke In gently May It please his majesty to bear whit the fates have written rrot a surety loud madam replied the king at once extending his hand say on Hhe bent over the Balm eagerly mumbling tome Indistinct words James latllaed his head N listen Intently Ilroken bonds by the aid of e Ileadtb voice tell to a whisper so that he alone heard and she ne long er read from the hand llurses at midnight outside the Wet Pert Kvea now the means of llbetty He In the royal chamber The guard at the royal pestrra will be silent Follow the Bpaewlfe standing at the gatehouse on the stroke of IS Lose all or gala everything Theo she stooped again and peered closely Into the palm as If seeking there what she had said and her brow became clouded Tit written Us written she said as If to reassute herself nut beware of woman Woman ever worked 111 to the Stuart race Then sud jity dropping the hand she turned to find the Douglas and his young daughter Margaret who stood behind her Attracted by the scene other guests Broking In their wake came towards the king A soothsayer cried one lightly Read me my fate friend The Spaewlfe turned Instead to Angus Would the Douglas how his fate and what the future holds for him t she demanded drawing down her dark brows and flung her eyes on Angus face Nay he answered shortly flout las heeds not old wives tales It the Douglas will not then road me the weird of his daughter broke In the fair Margaret Douglas stretch log out her hand The soothsayer juiced at It then at the pretty face with Its frame of golden hair and hesitated her aspect softening some whatSpeak cried Margaret Imperious Ily flushing as she read the espies sion Can It be that the Spaewlfa pities Margaret DouglaaT To betray a half brother to wander with never a home to love and beloved then to languish In vain within prison walls The earl of Angus stopped forward with an angry word but Margaret only laughed merrily dropped a curtsey and exclaimed Iletray a halfbrother that IIs unite Languish In a dungeon Where will It be Jamie TIs not too kind But I shall love and be loved Ah veil adayl And she skipped off dragging the king with her to see the dancers on the bowling green whims the Bpaewlfe disappeared In the crowd followed by her kinsman Leslie out no music of lutes and viols nor nimble footing of tho dancers Kgyp tlani from the south In fantastic gala array seemed to hold tho attention or James Buart In the quick throb bung of tho strings he hoard again tho Spaowlfea words and freedom ruse before him In one great pulse of ex hilaration Loss than an hour to lib erty a few short hours till ho might pay back in full to Douglas the miser able farco of thraldom In mimic king Iblp whoa morning dawned bo woulllI be king Indeed make an e4 r the- stormy punt and bflRta a fairer tatvrtx lI1entaThereFhuldfindao pawed the guard at the font of the urrot stairs who saluted stolidly and awHMlHKj two atop at a limo flung lal4 the curtain over the door of the first apartment and ran to tug Inner rye On a couth lay u man colored hastytromblinga underMclQdIle tore off his Spanish ooalume and picked up the gypsy Uborlng withJ the u anti fastenings It was some transformedIntogreen skirt with tarnished gokl trappings and wide longslouvinl JaekuL A quick application of brown nut stain to ehvoks and eyebrows changed the troth Htuart skin tg a dusky olive the remainder of tho stain ho poured over his white hands and m Ids arms Then ho glanced round the trim The hidehisdirectionsIndress but he oould find none and time was Hying mlllqllJbtt11the teem and up the winding stair Into the apartmenU of the ladles of the eourl Net wen a svrrant wail to bo seonall had gone an holiday The king opened the door of a small Inner room gently It was a seeping ebanb r and a pile of feminine finery lay in one earner In a trloo ho had snatched from the keep a long red scarf ot quaint device and turning lied downstairs again Meanwhile Margaret daughter to the earl In the garden suddenly found henll eonfrealed by lien father He was flushed and uxolted and hk voice troMWed somewhat with rage or fear as he aesjMled hor rwuftty with the question Where IIs his majesty The girl stood Irresvluta then fal tered out lips grace left me even now Semeeno yonder prayed him to hastenAngus strode oft followed by a num her of guests partisans of the Doug lea Itoitde the gatehouse In the shad ow of a butts the Spaewlfe had wed tmg She now peered furtive ly Inlo the crowd and then at Leslie who stood sear oaretotaly fastening his cloak at the throat A tall buxom gypsy girl threaded her way through the thronged courtyard towards the gate The Bpauwlfe drew a deep breath came out from the TIs Jamie Hlmsslfl A Comely Lass Indeed shadow Into full view In the bright glare that beat on the gateway front a huge lantern and stood there for an Instant Then she passed between the kuard into the night beyond The gypsy drew nearer to the arch way A few stops more and she would be beyond the palace walls when sud denly the order rang out Close the tlalesiand the port cullis crashed down between her and the Spaewlfe With a backward movement the crowd within the courtyard parted to roako way for tho Douglas who turned at the gate and faced tho throng My1 lords and gentlemen he begin fiercely Then moderating his tone My lords Ills majesty IIs not to bo found The gates will bo opened when the riddle IIs solved An uneasy silence greeted his words Then on a sudden from the heart of tho crowd the shrill childish voice of Lady Margaret Douglas rose In anger My scarf The gypsy wench dares to wear my scarf Rut the angry tone changed In an ReOpened II Better than Ever I am back in business at my old stand and am better prepared to serve you than before the fire Cythiing Good to kt Short Order a Specialty f Dinner 1180 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Truths wuiron e T DAVIS nome iat IIW Will practice in nil courts In the State Office over Ledford Handle1 store- HICEMArr KENTUCKY other Instant to a laugh of keen on Juyment and clapping her hands she ran forward whlto tho spectators looked wliuro she pointed at the tall gypsy girl TII J mlo himselffshe cried Do you not know his majesty A comely lass Indeed Still laughing she snatched off the scarlet headdress and the wultknown ruddy curls fells In a gloaming mass on his shoulders theM color strangely out of place against tho swarthy com plexion The Douglas stepped forward and bowed low May tho Douglas venture he aakedto commend his majestys skill Tla a fitting JOlt with which to end the evenings mosque A very perfect Jest added the court Jester speaking In the Douglas ear fur ono step wore and It bad mere earnat THE LIRE INSURANCE Muddle kaelarihl the puMl m tblnkln The Mexderful Miwmu llwt hoe net llnl hint HtHrbouml syrup IH II erttm4lu1 m- IkHUth iHflHWMa IlruHtlltl aril all tutiiienary trneblehatarlyd Its pulu- Ixiktaklxgatllla vtoiul rful prcpamllew They are alt tulHC It Join tiie pru Mlun aid dawn withIekiia Irlee 4 fiitI nmt lUik Hold by UowxtUa limit Htoro aid- Ilelxi1 ail Mlllww Card ofThnnks We desire to thank the friends and neighbors for their great kind ness shown us during the sickness and death of our darling baby Loll May Gods blessings rest upon each and every one of them MX MRS WOOD STAHLKY A Rare Treat Blind Joe Mangum the noted Violinist will play at the court House tonight He will be assisted by local talent with songs and reel tations The entertainment will be given by the young ladles of the Methodist Church Admission general 35 r SrBlind Joe Is reputation and most of the people have heard him This should be sufficient announcement Clerks of the house and senate committee on appropriations have made their annual complete statement of the expenditures ot the last session of congress showing a total of S920798HJ of which about 150000000 went for pensions 212000000 for the posloffice near 200000000 for the army and navy and 11 1000000 for the civil list Mr N J Corum after staying in Mississippi a few days recently returned home with the report that the crops in that section of the country are In a far worse condition than they are in Kentucky He says that although we havent a very good prospect in Kentucky this year for crops we are far ahead of the section in which he wall Jordan J M DeBow returned Friday from Boltin Tenn Miss Rubye Overall of Dyer is visiting in this neighborhood- Mr and Mrs W J Mayes visit ed Mrs E C Carter Sunday C G MoMurry and family spent a few weeks in Clinton last week Mrs W FMontgomeryof Hickman spent last week with her motherMr and Mrs Harry lIcMurry spent Saturday night with Mrs J G McMurryMisses Jane and Farrar McConnell went to Clinton Monday to visit Mrs Maggie Ramsey Misses Bessie Cloyce and Rubye Overall were the guests of Miss Louise McConnell Sunday Saturday was a pleasant day for the Childrens Day exercises at Mt Zion An abundance of everything good to eat and a nicely rendered program also a good collection Woof Where What When Shaw Beltersworths Hickman the freshest line of groceries ever brouhgt to town Alt the tine SloaffsTLiniment CroupSoreI I Rheumatism and NeuralgiaAt Price 2550c 6 100 Sent Free Sloans Book on Horses 4 Cettle Hogs 6 Poultry 1Address Dr Earl SSloan 6I5 Albany SfcBostontyass IRON BEDS I onrry ut all titnoB n oompluto line of furniture or nil kinds Rockers Mattresses Springs cots priconIMotiin Cnmploto lino of OnskuUs and Burial Robes Hoarse furnishod whun wanted W F MONTGOMERY Urtni apnrtieetover to itnrr r 17QflJ eifltrCh l7fis BQnk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to dupositors Othor in ducomonbs are of secondary importance Upon tlli4 Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier II IHlOHANAiN Proaident DIvEOTORS H HUdllANAN J J C 1I0 IIUUSTIU II TIIUKIKKM J W ALHXANMKU It X ISLKIt llr J MlllIIIIIAiU T A IKIiFOItli iTo rl CLEANLINESS- It ci I a necessity to perfect Health and an essential ccof Happincw L1 To prevent ilckncss and enjoy the VS comforts of Jillou should equip your f sleeping apartment or drillIng chamber A V with a snowy whitei one picce ft tatitanT PorcsMn Enameled Lava tory and have cMog hot and cold water as desired at your touch We lure samples in our ihowroom 1 and wil jjUiUy quote you prices t r Cotton Adams Plumbers 1 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855 Tom Dillon Srt Prop Successor to B C Ramnge deed Marble andiQranite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK of all Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY r J L I y Jlsigi 4 i 4 I r iii i IC t 1 jd r tI i 111 1 1t t I d f 1 J i 1 1 i r t 24 f itl r I k i 1 rlt tL i j i t1 f J t f V 1 tIt tt1 t h t 1 J I ft l 1f 1 i I 11ft il t ftft- s i 1 t i if i I t cI r r I I w r U V C Special Train to Richmond ReUnion and Jamestown Exposition LEAVES NASKVIUJt MONDAY WAY 37th AT J p m OVER L C ST L This train will carry the two Naihvllle Companies Treep A and Company B and also companies horn West Tennessee and will consist of Pullman Sleepers comfort able Day Coaches and Btggage car Their friends and the general public are cordially invited to join with them and all go to Richmond and Jamestown together Ample accommodations will be provided and a comfortable trip is assured Following is itinerary Leave Nashville 300 pm on Monday May 27th going via Chat tanooga Atlanta and S A L ar rye at Richmond 5 00 p m Tues day May 26th- Wednesday morning a trip will be made town the historic James River passing Jamestown Island and many pnints of interest Several days will be spout at the Exposition and then return to Richmond by boat up the James River In time for the unlon5150 for the round trip Richmond to Jamestown Special will leave Richmond on return trip after the parade and un veiling of Davis monument Mon day June 3rd arriving at Nash yule Tuesday afternoon June 4th The trip will be personally con ducted one and every attention will be shown to Veterans and others For rates and other information oall on agents N C It St L Ryorw- rite to W L DAHLBY Gen Pass Agt Nashville Tens Our Baby On Tuesday evening May 14 the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Wood Stanley and claimed for its victim little Lois age 1 year 6 months and 26 daysI Lois was such a bright and sweet little baby the idol of fond parents Ob it is so sad to think how lonely home will be without Lois smiles Let us look to Him who doeth all things well and say Thywill be done Little Lois is now an angel in Heaven waiting and watching for us as we cross the dark valley of Death Never will the little voice be heard again for now it is stilled in deaths cold embrace Yet we ill never forget her No not until Icur heart strings cease to vibrate r will the name of little Loll cease to be remembered = To 11dull efIMe the gatIr darllat rued bar Uny tHtmli eVr her brtntt hank the lad touts upon eur darllttr fur she bat entered the lard or rest xae luu rrtMMetl death Horny waters tt here mats UTAMI fofevermore nacre thervll be tut more tarewvlla- Fur lu UMIVMI well pert mi more Farewell prcte M nHtfet lby1 ou are on the Keldra them irT std bye 111 e will MMI 1W Lots i n that happy itofcJfH We AUNTIE An Enjoyable Occasion The Childrens Day exercises at the Methodist church last Sunday were a splendid IUcressIThe program consisting of songs recitations drills etc was enterJtaining from start to finish and thoroughly enjoyed by old and young There is only one regret the buildingwould not accommodate all the folks who desired to attend this service In a fire In Fulton which startedl in a closet Mrs Chas Slubbleficldl lost nearly all her dresses lin genie and household coverings No damage was done to the house butl possibly if the fire had not deen dis covered when it was there wouldt have been considerble bamage Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe A Courier reader incogno sends M the following recelpe for a good complexion t For the lips truth fcrthcYGlce prayer for the eyes pity for the hands charity for the fifure uprightness for the heart 10t Tr Courier will guarantee titthe foUowbf of this will make any ternm beautiful Whit doei Sbaw It Bettowworth salt Go Dd Me iStUUUUUUUIUIUIUlUIIUIUUmiUliUlUII i- I t I NAIFEHS SPRING GO IBIG SLASHED I PRICE SALE Now things ovt ry day anti IREATKR REDUCTIONS r Saturday was a big day Next Saturday wo tub going to mark downI r SHOES GOODS STILL CHEAPER IGreat line of Shoes for Children also Ladies Shoes nnd Oxfords Courtneys full Vamp Shoes fjf prices will astonish you l == If you hnve not visited our BIG SALE dont miss this opportunity Come Early and Get First Choice a Saturday May 18th the Big Day I E Everything marked in plain figures We are still selling Octlioo Oo IDoaoctostio So Come to the Big Sale E= ENaifeh Bros Dry Goods Co- tftotittttttfftttftittttttlttfit E a f n tifffrttn t tmmm c Mr Caiulhers will Immediately have a glass front put into the building seat to the Jones Cafe and occupied by Alec Lauderdales barber shop This and the new front that is to be put in the build- Ing next to it will be a decided improvement to the street The Hickmaa Furniture Co- Ins keeps an undertaker in the buildidg both day and night Tele phone No 20- Telephone No 48 for coal The Hickman Dank has begun an advertising campaign and you may expect to see results Your atten don is called to their ad In this Issue as well as the subsequent issues of the Courier KiBrCaUrTlulMin tad you Ihlll to ptve iiiMJU w TfUl ts Ikti of Ut t1 fp uaAJa tttttedy It Ia A ztHOW fWI s I ITtUtn8 k- drer t t ae lPql All DrtlkunpIttaaIlIf WU larg Jars GwnL + Said byn drelsre A nice lunoh on short notice at the Elite Cafe Gasoline taslIWUJ I IORSALE AT THE UQ1IJER OFFICE thats all- r S CUMBERLAND TELEPHONEf TELEGRAPH CO OtCOirOKATBD Long distance linos and tOlophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southorn Indiana Southern Illinois Kontuoky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In qulok and satisfactory communication with the people of this groat section of tho country Wo solicit your patronago Rates reason able Equipments and facllltloe un ur naesed T W MaMi8 irr eALwL ANO T I OHUROH REFUSED MILLIONS Trustees of Jtwlth Temple In New York Held Property PWjtUi New York The faot that an effrr ef JMOOM had IMMR tease for the ret10M Pnsae lets propyrty M Fifth 0Vb5W sad JIt8IUhI ateet eat4t- 11I eorltereest lit rest N4ato elrek Mali WM Mt MMlNMMd hr Ute tiers that tile eev tail IMWI roleesed- t hAMklJMtlAaniMowr err kst Ite rvpwt sad MM I know that scary ffan have WM Made for tINt M fOftr but nnoe ai arts M Ute toot and I know akw Obit eves a mweh greater WNH wo M to rWiMttl tw Ute Fupr1r set be Imo we think It w rih mwo but lie O1H Q It Is nttt tsvar Ia bees sad pnmtif n ne wgi be tar tote The Bnttrviiattoo is tilt HoUoit In the Temple EmanuEI New York country and Its iRoumo In mueh be gIIwstlythere wIth so valuable a irfeoe of prepoftjr an tho tomple TIm iirtMutil tomHe building In tKlfth nrunue was rectcnl at a cost yf about 140000 Tilt arabtt t war LetfXtld KlillIU and It lasa been juxikun of as one of tint 11elKlII 113es of Moorinh arehllitclure In this country The temple was ilodlnilw UrEli its diMira had been ojMined tar tho ftnit time to the Hiblle It was tree from dubU On the tldfthIII Dr Alder Itor Ur QtiMav UiHibvll boeatne tlio rabbi of thlt ounarfMiton and a tow ymri later Elev iiI Jugih Bllvorman was ui oltilfU aMtoiaHt rabbi Dr 811 runs urp alHrrq Dr Uottboll and Jin new aH MMMlato rabbi novo ajLoon afaxne a Doc Harriron a young white man living near Mason Hall Tenn in Obton County was arrested one day last week on charge of counter felting He Is charged with rata log a S5 bill to 20 and psslng it on a Merchant in Union City Boat Load of Shoes With lags flying whittles blowing and amid pandemonium gener ally the Steamer Libety left the foot of Franklin avenue in St Louis on Thursday of last week loaded with a cargo consisting exclusively of Peters Shoe Cos shoes for merchants In northeastern Arkansas the first boat to olear from St Louie for White River ports carrying the first cargo consisting exclusively of shoes lIVer shipped on the Minis sippi From St Louis to Batcsvlllc Ark the final destination of the Liberty It is 1050 miles by water and the trip will consume about ten daysThe enterprise wloh signalizes the deep Interest in the deep waterways was arranged by Mr J Wallace Byler northeastern Arkansas repte sentative of the Peters Shoe Co and shoes Included In the cargo of the Liberty comprise the spring ship neat of Mr Dyler1 oustomets The boat roachd HickmoH Satur day the 11th and coaled here when she lauded Mr MUson who handles the Posers shoos in Hickman was sent for and he went down to the landing and on the boat while she was here MY KHoo says that there wire several carloads of shoos on the heat tie arrived In Memphis Sunday Little Use For Alcohol A spools says i A contradiction of the recent doilaratton IR favor e aloelMtlltyl loaditfg ttngthh phytl mans is now paMMied by the nodi cot press over the signatures of a doses physicians tarahMih c Mr Frederick Trave Sir James Barr and Wiltfart ftmrt ReZorring to the recent manifesto the signature says We groatly dissect from usii of its teaonmg nor CUt we accept it as an anthortoad statement ft reoog sized medal opinion on the matterThe signatories say further that they believe that alofb l Is UMMO osoary as an artMe tl eonoumptloo in the ease of healthy non and women sad that Hs general use could be dfeOMttmwd without detriment to the worlds welfare De lieving they alto say that alcohol is one of the most fruitful sources of poverty disease and crime they are pleased to add that H IIs now sparingly employed as a remedy by a majority of the medical men The Band Boys LiT- he following shows the Mbmip tens to the Band Boys fund te properly furnish their band praotlae and reading room Wont you help boom the ubseripton te 100 within the next week W A DoddHHHIOOOP- eray Jonesw 1000- J F S L Dodds CO1000- C P Shumate SM- CowglUs Drugstore 500 Holmfc Ellison 500 Ellison Bros 500 Tom Dillon Sr 500 Hlokman Furniture Co 500 Smith Ambcrg 500 Private Robt Tyler Chapter U D C 500 Cotton Adams 500 Boltxar Dodd 500 Naifeh Bros 250 Bradley I Parhatn 2J 0- E C Rloe Co 500 Hickman Wagon Co 500 Farmers Hardware Co 500 T T Swayne 500 Shaw Bettersworth 500 Ledfordft Randle 500 Hlokman Grocery Co 500 Chas Sahlenkcr 500 A M DeBow 500 Hickman Hardware Co 250 Elite Cafe250-J T Stephens 250 L P Balticr 250 C L Walker 250 A K DftBow 250 R M Isler H 250 RB Johnson 250 J T Seat 250 S K Davidson 250 A O Carulhcrs 250 Cue Thtelkeld 2 501 Jno T DlllonHI 50 A A Paris 150 RTTyler 250 H F Kemley 25i0 01 I Weak Kidneys ecnlrpprrne= tR4uILrand aowd HIM Mair II TZu It yIrei6rttifIaldor hli r ll1rtltla orea M1Lku oe U ttatWda WI sold LtuUbt heomt J Dr Shoops Restorative =Drug Trust Ouslrd A decree WM ante v- IheFeticral Court whteh ktiblked UN r L eeoked hat Thts ti a tfeahle all for the stsaltroo- this gjant ottiipus druggist to te dui dictating the prtotst pay qty thr eempoltlle in the and every alnejitt In his rightt te Isri price 1E1t ices have herteforw bra sign a ponrraei to Ir fer sitpBiatsri ertrr thorn atra115 hav from seelt foMracu this ties tRHlNif ir Church Assessments RaISed A spetl1lt deei L Awefsmeet en the McihodtM Ipkeopal1 for the ejiefoli oxti ti 25 per seat by Uw t eztoMitMi which Iollti meeting last evoaiitc that sheet 1SKX wad from the Metb present Asalnl year Marih Jl lfi wVr only i400Nwas rr The beard ajetopi for del ations sad frt for tans t10 adtlt betiding eberehci It Itself tora1ieSOu tug of ohereitos m uk the prevhlon that OVtAhoaa rise an The board alas agr sfoofel donailm ol gift toward the orocti In mmtrcMdd a3OttOO to 1Ic know eels W WHiM Mtm honor of IHshtji Wile active Mthtp In the Although no tlehl1 v taken the board Induf ment to build a ehur ton D Cat a oat The MiitbvdtMs have agrcal Ie raise MM and the heard m balance liEshtaps E W A OitJfor err McMurnty ssrrwspl of the board of chr were appolntoil a YI n charge of the work Melbas Concert ntClvI Halt Madame Mibs Ing singer will pot illr her wonderful wire a sented to remain in A week afjer the cn opera aflU ouiosrt mr the purpose stf hnviiiK t1 corded by the Victor chine Co- ThcTh1dlcl of U Churahwillglvc a ro night on the Vlotor an Ii will include ten beaut IA sung by Madame Mel t gram will also oontainrJ records of the world artists These records are r J cannot be heard by ern on an occasion like t hi e Remember the con given by the ladles ol ILr j Church Reserved set Bcrcndes Reserved 6t a general admission 35I r 25 cents a IFarmers News cim J Hick alw Courkr one IA S I I l i T V t i 1i 1r 1I 1t 1i t IS Ia Ir IIt It 1 1 1 iiE I i I I I lJtI tyst t Yvy J YvS 10d JIi OEl Notes ilkerlllI- I It fry WWM- totarAther Racan oMeOIrtt at this office jett pets ui lolephonei T j or ourtri Want Column r5 syws at Fulton S ijniUtste son Cowgill L ft lit rr MM wife left for vi1 y nds te ropaJrlng hit rrty ip tot stored his fam Ky f y per Nary barn Is rtllOa rivifkWi for Wash 4 cMondayI tthM returnedorusik s trip to Mississippi TanlgFrcny you areI- ptdtd of the Court House nut Ttierday night turd at Ute railroad 4 YletlsAy tl Fulton ter ssler Mrs Hula mer SI for H C ertaMf tJht phon- erJryi WMleriaker at ire CiB pa y ni lot s t show you mu Awnlture Ce a Are Mt likely to V lit a hoari full ef- Mrl Ir HUyailef havt toon fitting F wife i ice wife and little- p141111ruesday to V a uvs wttk relatlvelI moo Pfcrslture Co dIe Hie of settees t call aim see them L J W Mandand ViI wnt S lhdt n ara fhey are attending tt ArkProsWingIHderht today night May I trtt Ute undertaker is T rt Hardware Com y toted the house of 4 i e ami Marguerite NMlwllle were the V i B Parham the tint t I Lirlof Mr Wood Stan r IatSu hrs crossing 1 s i Tuesday afternoon 01I Wednesday after Hy cemetery The a wire conducted by- E E trnor AA4ALLAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Helm Ellisons ather Forecasts Saturday Local rains b tL Sunday Warmer weather Q Monday periodtTuesday ralcsJdaycweatherJThursday weatheruFriday 1 lair weather u i ellt wet weather U eBPSPaint t rjv1 KENTUCKY ytytyyf u UIIIiI111111111111111111111111J11i1111111bIIII11111111UIIb U1UI1 lUU JSraifebB 3EI S Clothing I Is Moving Rapidly = hOwever wo HUH barn a Ilargo stookeYou can ohoice rho nstoni8liinAll lEprices ntnrkod on our clothing arc Who Imvo attended t- hisBig I Sale Il bargainspornoI =e Shoes3 Stacy Adams Shoes and Oxfords 448 498 1 Other linen us cheap as eVer wore sold before rpr 1 loss of tlto great advatcu in price of aU loather gook We are dutonninod to move thorn w tThe big sale still on continues all this and next week 3 Come and see the great crowds that are here daily ris E Naifeh Bros Dry Goods Co ssa n1111h1111111tRlplllllfif lfItil111ij 111111111n1111i111111P1111lIr Telephone No 20 for the Un dertaker 0 1 Carpenter went to Fulton Thursday Cuy Rebblni of Mayflefei was In lieV nun Sunday J 11 Fields went to Pulton Men day te attend court Go to the Melba Concert at the City Han Monday Right B Moore made a buitaess triple Union Qty Tuesday HJoVnaa Furniture X Iwo for cyerything in furniture JT Naifeh Covingtan Tennis the guest of the Naifeh Bres Attend the Musical at tho Court House Friday night The house of quality is the right place to buy coffins and cas kots Misses Elisabeth WIn and Kate Reid spent Wednesday InI Union City Phone 52 is the place to ardor coal and stove woodNewton Cenl Company4Stt The Hlckman Furniture Go Inc for coffins and caskets telephone no 20- Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no 48 for coal Illokman Ice and coal Co Make your absent friend a present of the Hlckman Courier for three months only 2Sc If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw Bettersworth fill that bill of groceries Mrs Phil Winston returned home Thursday after visiting her father Mr Luttrell of this city The Undertaker at the Farmer Hardware Co will answer your calls promptly day or night Let the Hickman Ice Coal Co sell you some of their coal Youll use no other Telephone 48 Mr Bettie Herring of Union City spent Sunday with her daugh tel Mrs Swayne ol this city Misr Lillie Holland trimmer at- E C Rices millinery store will leave Saturday for Mayben Miss where she will visit home folks Mrs E Naylor left for Fast Prairie Mo Thursday morning J H Wade and Miss Rosie Ro- ItcrOf Pilot Oak were married in PltM Sunday morning by Squire Ftroll Work has begun on the new glass front ter the Caruthers building Aleo Lauderdales barber shop on Clinton street Rcbt Dwgherty who has a rwpflntfble position in Cairo was Ute guest ef his mother Mrs B Parhom Sunday Melba Cenoert at the City Hall Monday night Dont fall to hear it You may never have a similar opportunity again Lee BalUer arrived in Hlckman Wednesday from Covington Toon He has accepted a position with CowgiHi Drug Store Mrs R B Johnson left Thursday rooming for Dixon Tenn to attend a reunion and Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church W R Wlllmuth a traveling salesman who has been making his headquarters at Dyersburg Tenn was in town several days last week Rev B Marvin Harris lead the prayer meeting at the Methodist church Wednesday night and the services were exceptionally interest IngDr Davidson went to Fulton Tuesday to be present when the answer was filed in the suit agninst the Cumberland Telephone Com panyMr N J Corum had the Courir sent to his son Dave who is at Oakvale Mr Corum just returned from there and says that Dave is well satisfied S E Allmond formerly of Hick man but now of Greenfield Tenn was shaking hands with Hickmat friends last Saturday He hall hi= name enrolled on the Courier list while in town The home of S F Watson of route four near town is alt smiles on account of the advent of an eigh pound girl which important event occurred on the 6th instant The Courier is in ling with congratula lions Childrens Day Childrens Day exercises will be held at West Hiokroan Cbapel Sun day afternoon 230 May 19th A nice program will be rendered- A hearty welcome awaits all who come Little Child Dead Murry Murrel Buckingham the third child of Mr and Mrs J L Buckingham departed this life May 13 1907 It was born Feb 23 1904 Mr and Mrs Buckingham are members of the Hickman Christ- Ian Church Prank H Vernor the pastor preached the funeral at the Poplar Grove Btptist Church Wednesday The remains were laid to rest In the Poplar Grove Cemetery Factory Service The regular service will b held at the factory Saturday during the noon hour Frank H Vernor pas tor of the Christian Church will preach Capt Wm DIwifel after spending the winter in Hiokman left for their home in Warsaw 1114 Thursday morning Capt Dippel will have charge of the Steamer Columbus running north from Warsaw during the summer months They h ive a host of Hlckman friends who r uret to see thorn leave and will be gLd to welcome thorn back again ere the melancholy days have come The Hickman Furniture 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- Marriage license were issued to Harvey King to be married to Agnes Smith on May 10 The bride is from New Madrid and the groom from Owensboro All persons holding Clark Studio Coupons entitling them to half prices please remember that same expires May 20th and will not be considered later than that date Mrs DeWitt Amberg entertains the embroidery club this afternoon BlIndJoe musical atthe Court House tonight Will Work Streets readydistinctiveCoder i 4 yTTT T Want Column rotlt ftp Wort nihituon txff u mswi MI If tnj tU mart tt fiJtor rqruau r- aAAaa two nice rooms BURIIET HUOHES Baled Timothy Hay I Some good clover H SAUNDERS I good milk cow L Rose 50 CHEAP Two store WFMontgomery 47tf Yellow Mulberry to Hickman Wagon 48 Pair gold rimmed spec Schlenker caseM A 48 OR RENT Oscar has five rooms W Morris 50 I lost a black umbrella on my rounds collecting the week Finder kindly H T Beale Courier BY MISTAKE gray overcoat from the county office on Wednesday The party making the please return to the M Shaw State Line or Hickman Ky Ball Game game last Thursday in which the local team City the score was 10 of the local team by inning were First and second no 2 fourth 1 j fifth 5 eighth and ninth First none second seven innings none up was as follows Hick Roper third base catcher Naylor short first base E Wil field F Williams A Williams second base right field Grigsby City pitcher Keiser Hardy catcher Calla stop Howard first base center field Fiest left second base Haves Reid Umpire S L out by Roper 13 by Base on balls Keiser 0 Hit by pitcher Nay will probably return the City this week style and solid comfort are pronounced features It is a shoe for the man who cares Q With our large variety of lasts we are prepared to insure U a fit for every foot fTitl 8 tuber Hickman Kentucky 5- w d a U a + 4 t If L a j J 1 i l I f s I ir jli tfitj j I t lu t fof f a t I t f t WI 1 t th j i r + II t n- t t r S t i f 4 t r I 11 J f I I I j a i r liasl Book Store tijilenIid Selection NeW BookA- SYStltionry Post Cards Notions Ito Call IInclleC our Stook Every haul up to into Miry Mils Co OBfUfp q t jJMeet Your at LAUDERDALES TONSORIAL at PARLORSt I3 Best In Hickman Hot and t 44 cold baths electric lights Cfi jjl and fans hydraulic chairs liTV and everything for comfort Ja- I Cliatca St mn nytiIi Next door to Caruthers ABSOLUTELY The Boat I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE X SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries ielfordS Handle 1- 11I1auflcrrz E I represent the Fulton Steam Laundry Jilland will appreciate a share of your patronage JillIIIl day Will call for your IIIttlaundryChester Barnes Dr S K Davidson DENTIST Ortlon over Oowgnli hruu Store Hickman Kentucky U V Tttmy mm mtHI tAKtbig about RUMAGOThe MAKES RHEUMATISM GO MiKTn Tin IlalrlIeL- Tsk Jaa Mm d lan Trnn IMKlnum I wiw to M roe Inow what jour wcolttrnl wnUMo UM kum fa nm I war a itrai sot Nor Iron ltnunU M Uf I IfaWkfti UlAIO and I MnT- warld soh II Horn M I lUk 1 km moo I m1 rll bf fin dimlful 4 err I r n rrwemrat III IiaaM III 1nPIJIV I A LU- Youll better Join the hippy h1 jiut umta you coc at T T MWATITB flt 8rs JEr o ircG J IF I ONLY HAD CAPITAL Young man you already have capital You have hands feet bone brain muscle health and are not these capital What more capital has God given to anybody Well if I only had a few thousand dollars in cash capital But these are better than cash capital for no one can take them from you and with these you con earn cash Our men of wealth and influence did not start with any cash capital They went to work with their plow the hoe the jack plane or broad axe and in time their capital brot them a rich harvest Ah I this is the rub you dont want to work you want money on credit so you can play the gentleman and speculate and by playing vagabond You want to marry a rich girl who will support you You want to wear fine clothes and smoke cigars and be a gentle man of leisure Shame on you young man 1 Go to work with the capital you have and you will soon make interest enough upon it to give as muoh money as you need If you cannot make money upon what capital you have you could not if you had a larger amount in cash If you waste your present capital you would waste money if you had it Then dont itand around a helpless fellow waiting for something to turn up but go to work Take the first work you can get to do and do it well Always do your best and if you manage your present capital well you will soon have plenty more to manage CAX I BECOME A MILLIONAIRE Yes you can become a millionaire by eating the bread of carefulness rising early and lying down late getting and keeping and caring little or nothing about other mens wants sufferings or disappointments and not minding or caring that your great wealth may involve the poverty of many others You must never give away money except for a material equivalent nor go mean dering about nature nor spend your time enjoying air earth sky and water for there is no money in it You roust not distract your thot from the great purpose of your life with the charms of art and literature nor let philosophy or religion en gross you during this secular period or even allow your wife and children to occupy much of your valuable time You must abandon all other ambitions or purpose and finally you must be prepared to sacrifice ease and all fanciful notions you may have about tastes luxuries and enjoyments during most if not all of your natural life Now if you think the game is worth the candle you can die richsome of you can KEEP IT TO YOURSELF You have trouble your feelings are injured your husband is unkind your wife frets your home is not pleasant your friends do not treat you fairly and things in general move unpleasantly Well what of it Keep it to yourself A smoul dering fire can be found and extinguished but when coals are scatter ed you cant pick them up Burry your sorrow The place for sad and disgusting things is under the ground A cut finger ts not bene fitted by pulling off the plaster and exposing it to somebodys eye Charity covereth a multitude of sins Things thus covered are cured with out a scar but once published an carried to meddling friends there ii no end to the trouble they may cause Keep it to yourself Trou bles are transient and when a sorrow is healed and passed what comfort it is to say No one ever knew it till it was over A MEAN MANS THOUGHTS Sometime we wonder what a mean man thinks about when he goe to bed when he turns out the Ugh and lies down I when the darknes closes in arouud him and he is alone and compelled to be honest wit himself And not a bright thought nor a generous impulse not a manly My Hair is- Scraggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no I Just put on Aycrs Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair But First of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Aycrs Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair stronEIThe belt kind ol a II Bold Ice over it tr ytHLIa I tid faet9 a Lewnjj Ifers nits aBlY rtant4LI I act not a word of blessing not a grateful look comes to bless him again Not a penny dropped into the outstretched hand of poverty nor the balm of a loving word dropped into an aching heart no sunbeam encouragement cast upon a struggling life the strong right hand of fellowship reached out to help some fallen man to his teet when none of these things come to him as the God bless you of the departed day how he roust hate himself I How he must try to roll- away from himself and sleep en the other side of the bed I When the only victory he can think of Is some mean victory in which hs has de ceived a neighbor No wonder he sneers when he tres to smile How pure and fair and good all the rest of the world must look to him and how cheerless and dusty and dreary must his own path appear Why even one lone Isolated act of meanness Is enough to scatter crumbs in the bed of the average ordinary man and what must be the feelings of a man whose life is given up to mean acts I When there is so much suffering and heartache and misery in the world anyhow why should you add one pound of wicked ness or sadness to the general bur den Suffer injustice a thousand times rather than commit once BE A NAN Foolish spending is the father of poverty Do not be ashamed of bard work Work for the best salaries and wages you can get but work for half price rather than be idle Be your own master and do not let society or fashion swallow up your individuality bat coat and boots Do not eat up or wear out all that you earn Compel your selfish body to spare something for profits sake Be stingy to your own appetite but merciful to others necessities Help others and ask no help for yourself See that you are proud Let ycur pride oe of the right kind Be too proud to wear a coat you cannot buy too proud to be in company that you cannot keep up with in expenses too proud to lie or steal or cheat too proud to be stingy in short be a man of integrity and individuality Do YOU LOVE your Imbrf You wonder why haortws llujr Alioltloof Whiles Orram Vrinlfu e nml he will never try Mot table lure wormi and the mother donl know II wkltfi artcm Vermlfuif ride the hUd of worms aoJ elM out Itsystelu In o plrawnt way Hvery inutber ihuuld keep ft tnUlo of till inrUlolne It the bOil With IL tar ReN liner enter her mind Irlcn Kc Hold l y OowKlll Dnitf Hare arwl Ilellnd Hlllwut Shepard School House weredfoxhunting In the neighborhood last MondayThe are all expecting to have their corn to plant over on ac rainaNathan Townsend of East Prairie spent Monday night with his father John Townsend Wm Capps of Louisville spent Saturday night and Sunday with his I brother Albert Capps tl Ir r nllcwlU promptly check ante theaI nroie well 1lravvUM cure M atdcold a Mule candy celIa 1 leok on Mold fm II you will writ Len The NIIIPI prove their nterlt beck artyllolda with Irveupaad atop Iheuluunls Bold Hi ta Mid tto bosea by Ml dexter HILL JR CHIP OF OLD BLOCK New Head of Gnat Northern Carta Nothing for Clothes M Paul touts Warren 11111 a it allure In the railway world Mnco went swewsslon tx tha pmldonor- hf Groat Northern was bunt In IViul a weirs MO He Is the old Met of Jam J IIItI Ills oarly i odes WM RalRiHl In the school of- ii i hiliiUH bmlhwrs ltd Graduated f m Yaks IN IW iiuroujch iMirtMlkm In railroading I nhulnod ky fcorvlco In the no mimic roHBiructlon and traffic do 1 nitrniM of eke martluuI onsnnli i Urwtml by hti father Ho was 1IIIIttI nwlstant to tbo elder 11111 S lal1 years ana cuii W has the 11111 gift of fore LOUIS W HILL i Succeeds Father at Prudent of Great Northern Railroad tshl An lun10 of tilts WM his iHirHMa of great irmrU of Irwit land D eke Dwlttth range In Northern Mia aa Kxtwrloeevd nM eclani rWl akNl Vb artton and thor ex Upre iitried iMcaiter Sold evldeate that hi fnlth was juetlflftd U afforded or ik faot UMt UMMO lands now hoW ml a worth uitMtotta ef dottan- HW woe marrkMl ta IMI ta a11ae Mawle Vn Oftrttaitilt Taylor of New Turk Bn4 SL Taut by Arehbliep ire I leadTbey hire In a handsome home the elft of J J HW whtab adlelso tM la- ttrs emotes teeth are devtd tft ixlldo1 sport Ned they IB MK even Sell ta attienioWUo liHiittoie trips over the plaits aoti hill or UM Daltous- in UMI W HIM tie retlg4 kuotti fotHfox and the short Morky Apnil 4 J J HIM are almost oEAUp rprv lured The MM has mJ fcrown halt a drrM 4lr red beard anti light hie e 9es He sores as little as his father tor drew Tfic navy We suit he babltnal ly wears would not be a credit to an tailor He owoa throe teals an fllIIthe that rarely lees s nee a roue aooMa with a rod sad Woa Wad le iwmmor wear and a round gray M t hat with a colored band that he wears crashed dawn over hla rhtht orn ever day treat September seta Slay Everything good eat the lUte Cafe on Clinton street Have Claw en Wing Some bled whtte sms have a slaw on the wing wMek ta utA of IUte bird not as a waasMR Vttt M M as slitaneo In draggtoc Swell atoHC after the UMROMT At a hat The gaNleleO are an example of Mitts having soil claw while young the strwttare lie lag lest before tko Wads roach mat tirlty The Hlokman Fternlture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the building both day and night Tele phone No 20 OK Htrrersl Man Is a teal tIC sMdodevinK Ierob a and a MfRlSBuet oUHdlo oC blazing blundenilaltltHare Amen CD lineof groceries Ih town can be found at Shaw it Bet tcrswotths The Man With Dandruff can now bo cured lie iboold buy a bottle of2BMO today KKMOdcitroj tbo germ that causes tbo dlncaw Its UM slope tolling Instantly prevents rail Ing haIr and leaves the scalp In a clear boalibj condition All Druegtstd for sold by Ides Jb fltlton Pasting of Household God We have no lhoasehrdd gods now People buy iixolMHH and soil theIr things ao frequently stintone often does not recognize a morn this year which know yearLadySTOP GRUMBLING If tOllIallalrelief 111Is ft sure ure fur Hpraltm Ittimj matUm Ouutrn lc l MliielM and all pnli end GbIII bavnuxHl Jlnllnrd MKW umnl IIIIIJfamily fur nnnnnedymend It for IOowstllr Foolish roolhrood air sleep and exorcise Rut the AIItU10rlveUac luat c Use A PERFECDONI Because its clean Because itseconom ical Because it saves timeBecauseitcives best cooking results Because its flame can be regulated instantly Because it will not overheat your kitchen Because it is better than the coal or wood stove Because it is the perfected oil stove For other reasons see stove at your dealers or write our nearest agency Made in three sizes and fully warranted sJRfoI and absolute salter J fj 4 with Utettiraprorctl burner Madeof briM U1 J taand beautifully nickeled An ornament to e r a UJlalliyour dealers STAN8AR0 ML COMPANY IMalSCTra Safety and Convenience Safety is the password In tnt otinv convenience is also ef equal intipprtoece You have both safety and ccnraiitoMe u matters when you pay by abea A checking account Is the stmpjtii Jjwtt II everyone for youto employ Tn RgsgplAl because you have a record ef evejy trS3te k We welcome small accounts AU auntslargeatuf smal fs3atve the careful attention Hickman Bank Kentuckyrl I a444 Qr AJa1 I Will build you A HOMEON 10AHV MONrhtIY IS 1 It will pay you to investigate this plnnII It will interest you if you are paying 1tcraII carry the only complete line of building hardware sash and doors to tic found In the oily M1 are right You be the judge j call and see wv A DCDDS1 fVt1lt J I PEHUY TONE Cafe and RestaurantSUCCBMOK TO A O OAR tmthuJ Soda Water icy1 Cream Realiona1 Trulto Hnc Contii Fresh Dread and Cake Telephone No 90 YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Qualityat a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guarantee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith i work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters W JBARRYHIC- KMAN KENTUCKY See the Courier for Engraved Card Invitations EtcEtc t r Wee r i I i i