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R- II o THE J4IeKM1tN eOURIERTrio that Pulls n Cental UUjup the ldi If Success The Own tj Spnktn Goad Team Crisis the Azlae Your Wagon Old Man end Lets Hitch Up lil XO 10 5 2180fjC ESTABLISHED III TOD YEA81k i i Summer Wash Fabrics 1 Summer Parasols with plain embroideried rders both white and Select early trots a f-1tjIl50 to 400 + ill nuke a more attractive summer now malting and pretty rugs i the largest showing of Chinese awl be most attractive patterns anti Rue a yd10c to 40c 411 stees + asd all grade Oriental gurd doJfgnt Splendid values llowest Prices I II 11q sensation was con when it wa- d1 H Hltdhwttk r tmasler general tour through the pose of rounding ion politicians and x serious ts the II section to Roose the national con h m receipt of the 1 U rKing request at the mar Jl Ile M Naifch Mon- twentyseventhL of and seven 7 the flJUenlh ++1 857 votes last week M tc J that the banks bold White Sheer Wauling in plain striped andchecked effects a yd10c to 35c patterns of Batiste in stripes polka dots and figure a yd10c to 16c White Madras Cloth with blue blackand red figures and stripes a yd12c to 15c Gingham a large assortment in large and small check plain and 8to 40c I White Swiss with large and small dots a yard loc to 50c Summer A large number of new shapes new flowers and new ready towear hats received this week all the proper colors also black We are making our Department live upIto its reputation of always something new i I For this week we have prepared a large number of inexpensive lightweight summerIhat at price ranging from to 500iI Iiiiitildttings and RugsSunlmer Shirt Waists III While Waists pleated and embroideried short long sleeves very at motive styles at 100 Beautiful Persian lawn waistsI embroideried front elbow sleeves are bar atne 200 225 Silk Waists white blank with embroideried fronts At 300 400 ILSmith Amberg 5d flTrtTTR ih Here and There andU4prescnoe Pearlthundred Att1dryIYorkZpasttern Attractive mercerized Attractive Millinery Millinery 150 11472675 more than the legal reserve requirements This Is an increase of 2986450 as compared with the previous week +The Kentucky Press Association has decided to hold Us annual meet Ing at Estlll Springs beginning June 17 County conventions were held by the democrats in the First Railroad Commission district to select delegates to the district convention to be held at Henderson last Tuesday The musical given by the ladles of the Methodist church last Friday night was one of the best musical treats of the season Blind Joe Mangum the noted violinist ren dered a number of pieces that were masterful and touching and was repeatedly encored Mr F R Stover also assisted with a beautiful cornet solo These were assisted by our local talent all of which were highly appreciated The ladies cleared about JS by tfaeje fforts e s- rt1 f If These good Ladies and faithful church workers never disappoint in in anything they undertake It is given out that at a recent meeting of the directors of the Chat tahooga Railway Company held in Philadelphia it was decided to buildI another railroad up Lookout Moun tain The road will be surface electrictWhile boring a FT well near Dresden III at a distance of 133 feet SnderI ground the operator struck an ob stack which proved upon examina I tlon to be a walnut log splinters ofI which were brought up and examined by experts How a log could have been burled so deeply Is a mystery and beyond conjecture M A girl is never really out of love s she just shifts aroundII The happy graduates will soon begin to drop from the school rolls According to the Washington correspondent of a Chicago paper I1 IiKnoxi IIi publican i sylvania which meets on June 6 M I su4 tome the of the and Unveiling of W O W 0 Monument at Grove 11 The above cut iis a reproduction of a picture taken last summer at the unveiling of a monument of a de parted Sovereign of the Woodmen of the World at Poplar Grove The Hickman Concert Band furnished music upon the occasion and be seen the foreground of the picture It is a good reproduction The W O W lodge at this place is steadily increasing in numbers and the band boys are continually improving in the rendi tion of their respective parts and are a pride to the town They have begun to hold their weekly open air con certs for the season and the public are enjoying them The Courier heartily wishes for the lodge a continuance of growth in ranks and for the band a continued increase in favor with the people and also abundant prosperity financially the choice of the Keystone State for President in wooetsion to Theodore Roosevelt The array warm the tobacco worm the Ales elo promise to de up that part of the crops the late ruins and breeaes overlooked The reports are net cheering evn If exaggerated Chester Erwin and R Johnson of Rives Tenn were here Monday looking at the LaClede hotel with a view to leasing same These gen tlemen are first date hotel men The OMvioted black hand mur derers in Pennsylvania have been seutenoed to one year in the county jail and a fine of f25 each Hither life is cheap in Pennsylvania ac honesty seems rare er a year in a county jail Is punishment of the unusual order The jury in the ease ot Mrs Oscar Parton against the city of Union City for damages for the alleged killing of her husband by carelessly allowing a live wire to remain down with which deceased came in oentact on the night of June 18 1906 returned into court last week their verdict tor the plain tiff in the sum of 5000 The case will be appealed by the city to the supreme court removedoffice It Is claimed the women employes lost too much time primp ing before them The ule of mir ron in other departments would be a good thing if it resulted in the chiefs seeing themselves as others see them tfLid Frank H Vernor of the Christian church left Monday morn ing for Evansville Ind to visit his parents He will be gone about ten days Eld L M Hammons of Mayfield will preach at the Christian church next Sunday Send a sample copy of the Courier to your friends S A Wade was here from Union City on business Saturday S A Is one of the Couriers good friends and always welcome at our sanctum He 1 is thinking of making a trip to South America in the near future 4 Ulirumallc nufTtrrni coo Akre w tree raw- iLut DrNheepr UUIIIIIUO Iknnnly with- ookon itliriuiuitum lur Imply wrlllmr Dr lUcliif Wit Tiil UMIU will oiplnln huW Iir MlniopS Utieumnllc lUuuoilr rug rull drive Illwuiiiatlini out of the lil This Hrmetlr U iioln relief oiiljr It mu W cliiir the Mood entirely or Itbcum IlbewlutlanwurtdleIpuatwaldeeth Jl Cant Get Men By order of the secretary ofwar F C Ainswortb adjutantgeneral has issued an order which is being sent out to the different recruiting stations over the United States urging the officials in charge to use every effort to increase the number of recruits not only by effort but by acts of leniency In the examination It is stated In the order that recruits are not now being received In a sufficient number to maintain the army at its present strength and that It is imperative that re recruiting shall be developed to the utmost extent in every recruiting district To this end the recruiting officers arc urged to make use of every means at their disposal to ad vertise the service and make known its advantages They are advised to open at once such additional auxili ary stations on the routes of travel to existing stations as give any promise of results The number of stations maintained in each district the order states should be limited only by the time at the disposal of the recruiting officer and the num ber of productive towns in the dis trlotIAdditional office s arc offered in case the work is found to be too heavy for the original officials to do It is desired that recruiting offi Jl Away from home Be a credit to the town when you go away Well show you the clothes that will do It Hurt Sijhaffner Marx olothes4 allwool1 j fit tailor lug price right NEW NECKWEAR A beautiful line ot the newest novelties received this week in wide end bows and four4n hands Plain colors and fancys Straw Hat Time Now We Have Km Smith Amberg I Jr Yot1 are able to do not lake tour toloveand rou oUllb to move Poplar can in cers not only do immediately every existingIthey to the M the adjutantgeneral recommenda tions for such changes in their instructions or surh additions there to as they may deem necessary to accomplish the end stated The officers are instructed to give r Tr r every applicant the benefit of the doubt in the matter of examination and allow them to be passed upoa by proper authorities at the recruit ing depots or depot posts instead of the officers on duty at the general recruiting stations The order however iis not to be construed as lower ing the standard of physical mental or moral fitness for the service The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keep an experienced under taker in their store at all times and night calls will be promptly answer ed Telephone No 20 Two Married Men will be played at the City Hall the 28th It is a stock company and will be played for the benefit of the Band Go see It B F Shaw is building a residence for himself on Troy avenue If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw Betterswortb fill that bill of groceries d I THE HICKMAN COURIERI Cntrt Wftttm Ibntatto 11W te XVk = p llTfWlLB WaBPEEB JOBE1TOK Eliun tU FnfriiUn ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR M CASH IN ADVANCE I Entered at the Hickman Kentucky iKMteffic Mend slaw mall matter Friday May 24 1907 THE MAIL ORDER HOUSEI I A mail order house in Chicago I well known over the countrysold 5000000 worth of goods in March and its sales from Jan 1 to April 1 reached 11974390 or I 125 per cent mote than for the same period last year Nashville I AmericanAnd doubt a large amount of a this money was secured from the citizens of Henderson county The home merchants sell goods Just as cheap and in most instances a much better quality Just why people continue to patronize these mail order houses is beyond our com prehension Lexington Republican- No I trouble of explanation at all Mail order houses know the value of printers ink and dont hesitate to advertise and push their business Most local merchants do not believe in advertising and consequently let the mall order houses grow rich while they plod along in ruts a century old Its a waiting game with them waiting for the customer to find them and come Inwhile the j mall order houses go after the trade J through advertising Huntingdon DemocratNow the Courier for a say j all of these reasons are partly true some of them are wholly true at the J same time the whole problem is not J thus solved The catalogue houses I do advertise and do a whole lot of it and there is no doubt in the world but that this is the secret of their success but on the other hand our merchants here in Hickman do f about as much if not more advertising I than any town size considered in I the country although many many I dollars leave Hickman and go to the J cities that should be spent here There are actually people in Hick man who send to catalogue houses for everything they can possibly sretr there and when they try to purchase anything here that they cannot get away from home they want thethome merchants to sell to them attaway below what people pay who spend all their money at home The merchants are getting acquainted with these people and they will not exert themselves to favor them in anyway and we predict that yet there will arise opportunities for the merchants to pay them back in like measure The fourteenfcet through the val ley project should be kept arolllng The Mississippi River Commission has just arrived in New Orleans af ter a surveying tour down the river In their report they will say that too much of the traffic which should go to the river is being given to the railroads that most of the townstt have inefficient wharfage facilities and many of those which have hadI have sold and transformed them into railroad terminals It would be the most beneficial movement that could be made tor the river cities if river traffic could be revived and put on the basis which It would be if the fdteen foot channel from the lakes to the gulf is realized It looks like an enormous undertaking but ii- Is it possible the Government is now interested and Congressman Ollie James told us lest week that the re cent Congress appropriated S85 000000 for river improvements It should be done andIt will be done Kentucky Is fast falling into line We are fast approaching the prohi bloats roll of honor and this week the Kentucky court of appeals heldI that reel rooms and bucket shops whore cu 1lg In any form whatever h carried on can be proceededl njiihut M a common nuisance andl sgton outvielios tips mitomce can bet nnnUd thereafter through Indict ments by a paM jury The de cision WM announced in poolroom dol cases from Campbell county and a bucket shop case from McCrack en county Next to saloons a bucket shop is the most damnable vice in existence We congratulate our selves that Hickman has neither Erysipelas caused the death of Frank L James a noted scientist who was one of the principal experts in the embalmed beef investiga lion during the SpanishAmerican War When the Civil War began he was a young student of chemistry la Mobile Ala He invented sub marine mines which were planted in Mobile Bay to blow up Federal gunboats He was captured tried by a military court presided over by Gen B F Butler and condemned to be hanged Aided by friends he escaped from the New Orleans jail week before the date set for his execution and lied to Japan After the War he returned to the United States The Court of Appeals has decided that the democratic officials now In power in the city of Louisville have no right to their seats and by a vote of four to two ousted them The opinion of some lawyers is that the old officers will serve until the November election when new ones can be elected while some claim that Governor Beckham has power to appoint and it is said that he reserves the right At the Railroad Commissioners Convention in Henderson Ollie James was called upon to make a speech ahd he discussed Democratic victories in the National Congress and told of bow the Republicans had stolen the planks of the Democratic platform He predicted success for I Bryan in 1908 and was loudly applauded Resolutions strongly denouncing work of night riders and calling upon all friends of the planters in the fight on the trust to help put an end to violence were adopted at a meet Ing of the dark tobacco growers or ganizations of Christian county at Hopkinsville Clarence Lebus of Cynthlana has written to Congressman Gaines of Tennessee going fully into the effort of the Burley Tobacco Society- to secure legislation favorable to interests of the growers of Kentucky and Tennessee The street cars began running in Evansville hid a few nights ago but under difficulties The traction company imported strike breakers and when the cars began to run the only passengers were nine strike breakers to the car Oliver Dalrymple the recognized wheat raiser of Minnesota says the crop of the United States this year will be 100000000 bushels short The prediction Is given great cre deuce Up to press hour no news from the Railroad Commissioners Con vention except that there was no nomination and that they were still wrangling with Finn in the lead The Court of Appeals Tuesday affirmed the decision of the Fulton Circuit Court in the case of Lawson vs the First National Bank of Ful ton Unusual Interest has been manl fested in the race for Railroad Com missioner of the Frst Railroad Die trio Pound At Last A drink that will quonoh thirst on a hot day It will make you fool 10 degrees cooler 10 years younger and 10 hundred per cent happior HUo 5o HELM A ELLISON Illulululubll W uuUus eeu UiUll uiu eUluueuu Ul UuU1s AA- r Ul =11iecn 810841 r i= Headquarters For Mens Wear = We are showing the smartest most uptodate lint of mens fixings to r= be seen in this city = In Headwear Footwear Furnishings of all kinds you will find our of = = fering absolutely correct in style high in quality and low in price E Mens Hats s It is now time to begin wearing that straw = Come in and see our nobby assortmen- tS Mens Panamas three of the very latest = shapes aL 5OO 000 and 750 += Mens Yachtsthe correct shape prlw = 75c 100 150 200 250 300 Z Mens and Boys Straw Hats all styles 3 lOc 15c 25c 5075c and 100 = Complete assortment of the newest skapos- InS mens and boys soft and SUM hats 4If Mens Shoes = We show a complete assortment of the =+ famous PETERS SHOES in all leathers and shapes for men in all grades both high and low cuts Royaltythls shoe is the cMmax tf = high art shoemaking Nothing better te be = had Price 600 Diamond Speclaltbia famous grade p rT CRADLE OF A PRESIDENT Historic Relic Used by John Quincy Adam Boaton The cradle bt4f Julia Qtiltiojr Adams hu hUtorlo Interest for all Americans U Ila preserved In tho museum In Uotton and Ila of the typo common at the time Adams was born It baa a wooden box with rookera and hood of the same mate rial guiltless of decoration of any sort Speaking of cradles one la remind ed that It Ila said that Francis dAa slat Invented tho cradle for the pur pose of making plain to the people of his time who could not read the plo mngcrIlike cradle used then containing the Christ child gave the Ignorant folk an excellent Idcaof the conditions In Delhlehom on that wonderful Christ mu night Toledo to Have Women Felice Toledo aToledo Ila to have a stair of women policemen The women po lice will be detailed at tile various parks to look after wayward children who frequent them at night While they will be vestetd with full police authority they will be under the eva trol of the Juvenile court Church Notice Preaching at the Methodist Church every Sunday at 11 a m and 7 45 p m Sunday School 9 s30 a m Prayer meeting at 8 pm on Wed nesday You are cordially invited to these services Thomas B McNeely the oldest grocer in Mayfield died in his room over bis grocery store Tuesday morning of heart failure He was seventyfive years old had been a citizen of Mayfield for forty years He was a Confederate veteran He left an estate of about 15000 An association formed for the pur pose of organizing the negro voters of the country has filed articles of at Washington forEequal to many S500 shoos M the market fit style comfort awl wear excelled for our prior 400- ar aMens Shirts tWe heLve an immenee assortment of all Icimhof Moss Shirts white and fancy sSfcft Bengee and Mohair Crecm or White gNegfece Shirts aL 2 00 and 250 y Sift Ke igeelhtru 75c 100 125 The fcvHHhn Monarch and P McK white e atilt ftujty shirts are the very Mat on Ute market at the price 100 ESplendM Shirts at 50c and 75c j= Mens Furnishings g ef all kiwis NeeJrwtAr Cottars Underwear gT hosiery Gloria fcipenders BeltarHftndkeroMefs Umbrellas tvorytbtog m ei isary for a mans outfit U here in complste as gZ sortments of the newest thing 9 3ELLISON BROSE= HICKMAN KENTUCKYE tfittt mnmmlnmmm mmtnmmmmmmmmm Incorporation Back Agin Just like the patrons of the Courier Want Columnall come baok again Are yon one of them 7 Then you know its a fact If you are satwellwe would not deceive you for such a small amount Try It Itll surprise you Do it today The Government has decided to renew the cases against the sooallod fertilizer trust before the United States District Court at Richmond Va Tongueleu Cultivators at S10 each Hickman Hdwe Co Inc i The temperance question continues to be the chief topic of dlsousiton among the 1000 oommiseioners of the Northern Presbyterian general assembly Lee Line Boat acumuui Tnts AT HURMAH Marker ere mYenlMenipliU to HU lain- Htitckar i Lee Nntiwlny SI III lit benKent lloroli TUAMUy NlRhl ban- Oln4denatll to Mvmpliki dowrt4itorday1 Mnphk to Ualrm 114110 rce IIUWH Krlilny nltflit and upTliurMlay nlihi J II ItUHSHTU Ant N C St L R R BCaSBOtl TJUB AT HcrIUIAI- N 62 lall1 Npre anNusaop m No a tall aMd Napre depnrtaT Si No t1 111 and Kspna dep11rtln p nI as p usNo Ce ACCClIIIIIIOIItlulI uclyrtr7 lu a ru IL II JOHNHON Art C A Nice Present in an article coder the above head we last week trade mention of a niee present In the forts of a Hfe site portrait of Ute director Mr HnnI after being given to the Concert Band and wo gave the names of the gentlemen who contributed 1toi the food tor the jtreent but inad vertently omitted Dr BalUer whom we hswe stove learned was tie pile cipal promoter and that he took nn MfttQl Iniexeet We regret that we tailed to rnorndt hta name in the original article and herewith make doe apology An editorial in the Communal Appeal roatlunc telephone gem pnjr will not be apt to nuke friends by raising the rates against those tows that ask for better service This punitive spirit does out sit wellt on the patience of a free people A blooming mistake has been made I Htckman led several towns In Ton nesose and in the long run the pee pie will not get the worst of It We sell dry butteries Gotten fc AdamsThe Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT or CLAIMS latrellnbktar Iliulintlicnl tlwrtmalily rfflllol inc wr UI lrtaIIwi CMI 1 r IlmrkllIIItlib arnrMtlonlEtan1TbuhPotknaryas nptltelIartantUltnlrnbljwMtdItntnwllb loopulr1IltulvartnlllnokoollfO thuwyrldlaaulrrceutltwlIt rrfertorIrmhltatauitefenawnucuAnLin tka fJOltCU WjJ rFUrt UUWk1 The rhos rum to JnlLIf7TrS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY PRIZEUhoMIIUunatL the WnrI4e nurlIt rnu GET THE LATEST AND BEST roes tttnIM fnlereatMInour pul1 pIICI ant free t acMtpniAMoo wrntcn PU I lw4rwncPMNOrloto IS SMALLEST Punt t HOQL Conducted Solely lor f Mleaed MdllOnICII + eenduotlnic the amtbon tho AHWH IH r family pravM UM tlherration the Mite i t a months Tye tti t John P IIeIr- opulaton weaM tb won Dam Ute man atan entire KM amt a who Ila atm WHWIM years of 111MIi 0 K Ornlttm fe thtstrange sebsel w hun e he Dleti heat n 1 aNMs areatd am IR the 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wearing the t t drosend the wetted lae 1 tlast aGe with the ah Ti = oThe Telephone Situation At present we i service We have how long we will tU W Last Monday afterr 1 oclock theI eohangw f the public and since r have been getting r the office was dosed r citizens asked for anJ lion against the Cum pany commandingthr exchange and give arc matter was settled nI They failed or rciuK instructions of the cour 3 day The mandaroou were set for a hearing man County Circuit t v yesterday but was port pj f until one day next week Mrs Clarence ohnillhI H jon died Tuesday fromr of an over dose of head A cine She was 24 yeas i Stamps for Charity Three now ataniM l 4 produccil In Holland click thins on thttlr loiin postage half the value v state anil half to List ant ar works An easy way lor a benevolent net Paris Kn Hickman Furniture t J lot evtrythbic b furniture t+ i r I i iaoat tt- a a rn r- n t r r zr o j+ 1 of I t E A S of E COLUMN 1 t t I t SAUHDBRS wt had a conver i friend who somea 1 It the Orange VIM It the Wheel gpIM A SotE- r Heat organization they once became 1111they would Itwen that there t raters that they t fryihingr their ow- nthe a f A S of E 1taledattent that the Ii a wt M be true theyermembers They r government erect uvtetlhe farmers I w per tent bonds Itosses at 3 per edit the teacher i t charge fir teach f mustfi iieiog medicine jokers and law Meat aU lawyers u4ilad Attor V at MM a lawyer Tt asetret sooie- xmaatmf tenven i doors and med 1 M ewjtodys bud I u erasThey put u knitk out all I I lit RM sad soon W of lawyers doo merchants In I toot charge of I f f4 lit the teach r iinj rte next rW theater with 1 j mile destroyed 0 1 ami lit several araltsinoss left s4 boil houses and T This gained the J r hen H oel ehll I c eO ep the school u nfers who had Id hot learseil byI ri the Orange the p vattete that luobC C Prheml qrgalilza r otmN J ts rer a t Mity are short T S tt EL attends bettnaifcand does otaor peoples af s the merchants toe mamifatlurers a goads wares and 1 that we have the i lsaywe gt fur r T Mk the tobacco wer it sit In coon reip It set a fair but we invite the wyw the darts e hanker and evt tanMr tt Jetn ourff u plate a far prIceII We have no se iMgikgs III broad t pea doors and aoII ksy ichors and trustees the Mhotl house a whenever we dam it prepcrty This 01 ce wheel that the J hue White the greatest producers largertwield The to sume cotton corn totkt the potato r hay corn wheat 1 cu the Ilawyers hers and bankers t ofuallrds of farmers and1 fairkI I eon all the pro JII ttrt4ilk is justice and rIIs why we claim that0 thekaIe A Sof Ewill R u farmers have at f berandtieIIj each of these or enddzr organized on thor t IPrinciples It is a t + ence that the public of a i4ed against any sort 1- 4stir BesidesIhpeopleti Sof E just I they d l j j You Can Save A checking youtowlUalamoney systematically When centyouby check will be you pay yourexpenditures completerecoulget a for receipt for eAoh bill paid Yu have safety bustnen1 Pay by Check I IIICKMAN BAL Km- IOJ XAXIJ JtY n get Into all parties lodges and churches Those people do bad things and the public holds the A S of E responsible for the evil deeds of the evil persons when the society is as rook opposed to then things as the public la foot more M for we suJfer store than the pwMte does On the other band no doubt many of those lawless deals are done by persons outside of the organizations who are lnter std In damaging the A S of K The cultivation of different stotel1 relations will pnmptly wipe set all prejudice that has been cltlvatd- oa both sides To aocompltoli tbk desirable rtwlt is why the A S of E though primarily a farsn organl zattoa opens its doors to the heal RMS trades and prEesetoaa to all whose interests are interwoven and who ray mutually hop each other Let the classes know each other better and hurtful prejudices oaR not live We are sire that we may confidently appeal to good people everywhere to aid In the accomplish ment ef so benefioient a work CURES ECZEMA ITCHING HU MORS PIMPLE CARBU- NCLESCOSTS NOTrriMG TO TRY HIL H i ltounl muM n1rn I M a r+ tNlt- aNl eNr w icyWareab6aww laN 1 aMIN JJ at la tlr 1 e- aMN q taeau tear 4- r IMINM- wta IIIDtooI thurtowl tnet d prrsed aver tar h1 NN- ralr1erNM1 TMI Na 11I- 1asp6 INlI t- ii 7 1ItTrrr M tIN re444- elewnrIt hnNa M 1M IIfltttl tip rtes YnkNlew Ntf NN- tti tM M1 rr e Ni- l4lrrlfxrhwNt R7 aMa + tlMl HtlMit jnoitMMM Nit hoi NW ra a H MK rWtlutat II girth MMMt N IraN 1wi tar I4DI wir R MM eINWMaw riISWn i w g ME AtMMA U INlMltM rNrltNt IteM u cabal Miff Sheriff Seat and deputies Goildcr Johnson and Sam Lwlen left Monday morning with throe white and five colored prisoners for the branch penitentiary at lIWvttlcIII This neck of the woods will be full ef brutes and grettns nut month If all reports are true Ask Alec Stone to tell you about the colored drummer who was here last Tuesdays Card of Thank We wish to return our sincere thanks to the friends relatives and neighbors for their kind attention and assistance during the illness and death ol our little child Es pecially do we thank the ladles who with loving bands placed floral of brings upon the oasdet of little Murray May Gods richest bless tugs rest upon them one and all J It BOCKtWMtAM AND WIFE We sell dry batteries Cotton Adams School Census Report Miss Dora Smith county school s ferintoodent has received the re pert of the school census for this year and Ute Courier wilt print the coeekc report oat week Will Meet in Hickman The Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the Memphis Conference wilt held a convention In Hickman June 1M21J and 14 This will be one of the largest gatherings of the kind ever held In our city and due arrangements should be made for their reception and entertainment We have been negligent In Ibis matter on some occasions No less than one hundred dele gales will be here and possibly M many visitors Dr Lewis Powell ot the First Methodist church of Memphis will be with us at that time He Is one of the foremost moo ef the South In religious circles See the Hickman Furniture Co Inc line of suites and rockers before buying your spring furniture Kentucky is almost a model State from reports furnished by the Coun ty fudges to Thomas D Osborne president of the Kentucky Confer ence of Charities and Corrections and to be given to the National Convention at Minneapolis Jbne If 15 The Hickman Furniture Co Inc for coffins and LiVcU tele phone no 20 IRON BEDS I curry at all times n complete lino of fnrnt= taro of nil kindHRockers Mattresses Spring coU Sewing Machine at special prices Picture framing a Hpccinlty Complete lino of Cnskota Bud Burial Hobos Hoarse furnisliod when wonted W F MONTGOMERY rainealyrtulntorerthesto- reiI1L 1 t o eM 11 J jei y+ Eloped With Young Girl I IJ W Collier of McCracken county aij Mist Sweet Wallace ot Leader Ky were arrested at Doa Station by Marshal Smith Collier iis a married man and haa four chil dren The girl Is only 14 years old As soon as her father discovered the elopement he telephoned the of facer at Boas that Collier had stolen his daughter and hud started to Tennessee to marry her and told him If arrest them Both parties were sent to Mayfield on the train and held until Dr Wallace could get his daughter ovptoVeilnMeutndbrolMAddrTarrtIIlaThe following live couples were EsqJMiss Edna Thomas of Milburnj Sam Pool and Mlw Grace Homsby of Clinlon Willie McClannahan and Miss Mary Maupin of Crutch field t Otto Nolsworlh of Clarkton Mo and Miss Bessie Lindsey of Arlington G Muscovalley and Miss Lottie Thomas of Paducah One ceuple L H Grace and Miss Ruble Green of Mayfield were married Saturday by Mr Futrell Let the Hickman see Coal Co sell you some of their coal Youll use no other Telephone 48 J ardthaejcr III rJlJtJl Alwaysup 2 sc have only one week In which to get Twice week three years may do this your to Courier or and us an dollar Need an Ice Cotton Adams you buy S E of Tenn in town thia week on P 1 We were surprised re cently to receive a letter from a de owed for five years The letter the dear man wrote read i uDear I took your paper from office five years and pade fur it Then I refuzed it an vied it from dlffernt Re worse naws and I sen you three dollars When remorse naves agin Iwl1l send you some more We wish more conshences1 would naw Undertaker at Farmer Co will answer your calls promptly day or night Mrs Julia Pelbam of Fulton made a brief to Hickman day last week The hat not been to meet increased cwt of It would be poor economy to sacrifice we have attained for the amount large though it may be Hon city in is an integral part of the Shoe and will be so long as we make iu 400 ians tU H i PACURD CO Miters Brockton Mess sat by BRADLEY PARHAM w4ttie y I4tHw 41 14 ort4wAZrltttv4k rte ci i 4 tn w oX II- cMIL t1Kef date cte yrtr ace Cti W own e tfti4 t Cf4fiM iZt4 W11R4r ltire- u hay 4 bill V 4MyYoc w dttrinc jfurc C4ti louse t iMro G tjowt trot totrs kN4 Ctk 1ki0 to tatrcx t aw9Oti Mtn 1wtkttlt tiro Zretjktf yotw Zs a andk4 t You more the a Re public forSiYou by renewing subscription the subscribing handing additional box See before Halford Rldgley was business d 9 somewhat linquent who sir the never bor people my conshence The the Hardware visit one Packard cheapened material the reputation involved construction Packard slat siso 1500 iYoes The startling calculation is now made that the worlds Methodists are now so numerous that by joining hands they could girdle the earth They number 30000000 Miss Lillian Burch of Highland Ills arrived in Hickman Wednes day and will make her future home with her grandparents Mr and Mrs R Glaser iSchool Teacher in Trouble A special from Clarksvllle Tenn says that Prof A C Ellis a well known teacher of Stewart county Is in jail to answer to two serious charges that of ruining a sixteen yearold girl pupil and later attempting to murder her The seduction is alleged to have taken place atIOakton about twelve miles above Hickman where Ellis was teaching school Miss May Berry being i member of his class It is alleged produceIplace The young lady realizing her condition wrote to Ellis at Cum berland City for help and he is said to have sent her a vial of medicine with a note Instructing her to take it The vial fell into the hands of a rel alive and upon being analyzed it was found to be a deadly poison the tenth part of which would have meant death to her Ellis whereabouts were learned and he was immediately taken Into custody and carried to the Union City jail to await the issuance of a requisition when be will be carried backEllis was a teacher In this county at one time having taught at a school house in the eastern end of the county We are sale agents for New Departure and Capt Kidd Cultiva tors Hickman Hdwe Co Inc The special train to tbe Confeder ate Reunion will leave Hickman in stead of Nashville It will leave Hickman on the morning of the 27th at eleven oclock via Nashville Chattanooga Atlanta and Augusta- to Richmond 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 While In our city last week Hon Ollie James said that Bryan would be elected to the Presidency next year r id that Wm Taft would be the Republican nominee by direction of Roosevelt Well heres hoping etc Tongueless Cultivators at 10 each Hickman Hdwe Co Inc Mrs George J Gould wears a pearl necklace valued at 1000 000 Now what do you think of thatt w Swaynes Drug Store Is havingvsome improvements in the way of painting papering etc The in proved appearince is in keeping with the uptodate stock of goods kept by the establishment Go see the Two Married Men at the City Hall Tuesday night May 28 The Missouri State University now has a chair of poultryrr 4 Editor Walker of the Portage yule Mo Critic has installed a typesetting machine in his office Evidently he is keeping abreast of the advance of prosperity Goalder Johnson attended the Railroad Commissioners Conven tion at Henderson this week We were glad to see Cornelius Bowles in town Monday with the Hall Moody outing party Hickman Furniture Co Incii for everything in furniture TtKr mttN talking ab- out1WMAGO TIN uwllenr That GOtrAira TrtrL 1IMaII- To ova i Ii i Ain r Iru Ttnn 11 temrii I emu lo lt fta lu err funa MutrrM iwiU w11 M f r M I wi a rwt mi f rtIo vfj t erJCV4in t4 I to mil t n I thHrat llMftklara- I I vjw ll r w OHtutrnl du I r n rwrst IlfilUHI li n r lM k I 11 UIVEALI y d nor t N tit bapprIlu I auH sins you SOc at T T SWAT1TI 4 hhl- rl jT i I Jiii c 1LHoE III Forth Man who Oaf THE ARGYLE FLORSHEIM exclusiveness of style and allround comfort make aJill direct appeal to the man who wantstl rlitbestFavorable impressions formed strengthy cJIJ db the soundest test that be applied to footwear II Icantest of wear k SMITH AMBERG Hall Moody Institute Outing HallMoody Institute of Martin observed their annual May outing In Hic man Monday last The faculty and nearly two coach loads of pupils came in on the early morn ing train and a number came in on the afternoon train and the whole party stayed until the 10 130 train left that night It is to be deeply deplored that our citizens did not arrange for a reception committee i the Institute selects Hickman every year for the place of their outing and if no more welcome is shown them than was this time no doubt this will be the last time they will come here It is of course a fact that they are welcome to Hickman and everyone is glad to see them come and enjoy themselves but on the other hand there was absolutely no demonstration made to that effect and they were left to wander around and find amusement for themselves the best way they could This is not as it should be and those people norauy others should be suffered to come here for a days outing and recreation without some demonstra tion of welcome being shown them Lets dont let it happen again HallMoody pupils are alw1wel I come and we assure them that the next time they wish to come to Hickman they shall be shown more courtesies than they were thistime The house of quality is the right place to buy coffins and cas kets A rather unique occurrence took place in Clark county a few days agothe opening of a public sale by prayer Col Shephard the auctioneer says it is the first instance of its kind in his thirtyfour years experience A minister came forward and offered a brief prayer At the conclusion Col Shephard who was rather nonplussed yelled Bring on a mule I The mule was duly Drought and the sale began amid the utmost enthusiasm t The sprinkling season is here K Get a good hose nozzle etc right fc now Cotton Adams cau fix you up Mr and Mrs Nicholas Longworth ended their automobile trip In Ken if tucky with another break down Their machine stopped at Sadieville and they were forced to take the local train there for Cincinnati after trying to get a special says the Farmers Home Journal Miss Maggie Walker who has been the guest of Mrs Jno Cotton returned to her home in Union City Tuesday Two Married Men Two Married Men will be played by a stock company at the City Hall next Tuesday night for the benefit of the Hunziker Band You cant afford to miss this K you en joy a good play and besides you should help the band boys by your presence Unique Entertainment- The ladles of the Episcopal church gave A Melba Concert at the City Hall Monday night repro ducing Madame Melba Scotti Caruso Arthur Pryor and a number of the worlds famous musical artists in song and melody on a Victor Talking Machine The 28 records used on this occasion cost upwards of fifty dollars- A good house greeted the ladles and a neat turn was realized above their expenses That the Victor iis a whole show within itself was clearly demonstrat ed upon this occasion Only through this medium is it possible to hear these stars of the musical world outside the large cities and at such a small oust crutchfield E H Love was in Fulton Sunday- J F Little and wife spent Sunday in Clinton West Page of Lynnville visited in Crutchfield Saturday We have several cases of measles in CrutchfieldJess was a caller in this place Saturday Gid Binford and wife attended services at Old Bethel Saturday Mrs L D Nichols visited her father Saturday night and Sunday The army worms are doing some damage to wheat and clover In this vicinityWillie McClannahan and Miss Mary Maupin both of this place were married Sunday Misses Maude and Nina Belew were welcome visitors in West Slap out Saturday afternoon Mrs Kate Cashon and Mrs Bet tie Howard attended the celebration at Spring Hill Saturday Mrs Bertha Copeland and Mrs Dollie Foyster and Mrs Bob Veatch visited in West Slapout Sunday Good showy display advertisements giving prices of goods of superior quality than those offered by mail order houses in your local paper will do more to help kill the business of a mail order house in your community than anything else I i Ice Boxes r 11 Li1 1 Cotton AdamsJAvlf Best in the State I I W C Wilson President of the Fulton County Sunday School Association tells us that the convention at Fulton last Fr1yvM well attended and thorough enjoyed by all It developed that this Is the banner Sunday School district of the State of Kentucky The banner Sunda School is located at Htck man and this banner Sunday School It West Hickman Chapel M K Church South The gentlemen who established this school two or three years ago utder very adverse circumstances are to be congratulated since know cuts a prominent figure in the states religious statistics The school has an enrollment of 140 pupils with an average attendance of 99 A beautiful silk banner was presented to them by the county association for this splendid showing- R M Metheoy their superinten dent deserves special mention for his untiring efforts and his good showing Summer Fashions IurmlaslyhvWeueo IaJuereauf- LTb LLitet H IP Jowl now on wig Iromlnnt anaORC th II- an article TJotrf Kiwi lUul Taste In lre in Obllilran wlib lllutirailon of Urth kiuda For be take or your ehlM rtd u You POM obUln The Journal nwu swath at oureounter at Ile er It jwt prefer we will forward your yearlyI 1111 orlptlon lolbe publisher for 1101 I- f7ourIn Ttaa Journal nay delaa yotl- like you can eat the pattern from w ai we are a cnli for The Ladles Home Journal Patterns Miss ANNIE ELLISON asks you for your subscription to The Journal whether a renewal or anew subscriber ELLISON BROS U C V Special over the N CSLL Ry TO START FROM UICKMAH PASSING UNION CITY GIBBS MARTIN MC KBNZIE AND HOLLOW ROCK JUNCTION The officials of the N C St L Ry have decided to start their Spe cial train to the Richmond Reunion from Hickman leaving there about MayI27th Train will pass Union City about 12 15 p m Gibbs about 12 25 p m i Martin about 12 MO p m Dresden about 1251 p m i McKenzie about 118 p m i Hollow Rock Junction about 151 p m arriving Nashville in time to connect with Special from that point The route will be via Chattanooga Atlanta thence S A L Ry to Richmond via Petersburg Special will arrive Richmond Tuesday 28th about S00 pm Wednesday morning a trip will be made down the historic James River passing Jamestown Island and many points of interest Several days will be spent at the Exposition and then return to Rich mond by boat up the James River in time for the reunion S150 for the round trip Richmond to Jamestown Special will leave Richmond on return trip after the parade and unveiling of Davis monument Mon day June 3rd arriving at Nash yule Tuesday afternoon June 4th and points in West Tennessee the same evening This is a splendid opportunity to take in both the Richmond Reunion and the Jamestown Exposition at a very small cost For particulars canon agents N C St L Ryorw- rite to W L DANLBY Gen Pass Agt Nashville Tenn Iy arrmnlnvvtrt Foozleheads Fence I9MeC laivpktkwI- aa Ad tt daa WdAWLdJ- uIs Muntorvd Into My nWee sow Utile nee aad ant down wltkanc retuov IM hta lila w Ma wjftr flood mwHlHE Mr Jooes I oh orvetl teoklng up What to your UlNlbW saw 1 MM Iy dropped In to HtoHlr it yew hav any aeqtMlHUivM with Thwr phniUui r HW ohw tl of ISVilla Ito b lulnK are rDl a tkend pouwts- fur not perforating a COHITS e and tko county ramtell are wattling another bvcauto 1 Aare perforWBil It It ta A nrt of devil or tko deep lOA cmnptl cation made snore pistureigwe by tho fact tkat PtxMtolioail akwuly OWM MO a Wg aacoMHt which ha wont pay aad for btMlnMM reasons I hove oo wish to quarrol with tho ftuuMM Well what U the waliwr I aefird- Tie old foal call Umtatf aM Mill quartan ha oaths 4 wy H old enlna eM amovr and all kimla of his terlo remnann He the m the iwhjb MKhoed of an eM H HMH asp at- hll howe ia a dltorderly lotlslt sae lion ttf the llrltwh n iiMiiiM 1 Inrt mot PootMiead soot yeara fgA II wanted me to dig a hul ta Ids Met garden lie wirted M dill a yum ke- saki lMIt a gang tof Mnen INe lua and some days aftee teek i tit M lw- apeet Under HoaWM nlv Uttt mon had dig a bole deep wok to ben a ehuroh- It a wry AxtMMrtflaMry aid FoI ie 1 MAt HMteraUMl If- ThMI his rUe HchteNflit MNel- aIJ and he InvKed HIt fe hit parlor whre over A temperate trlehorthe M plained the eUjeot of his dtpRta nperattoB Tie eiplaaatfon wwa lal18 this One evcalaK IIA the previous week he said an odd HoMa whe feul heeo nriBK In a comlortakle garb u Ute ramp got up and sasaWnd ey r std i rooted MM out ef bed and WdM him in follow FtoMl mlr waHMt to put oa kit sllppera and followed The ghost led the way to frmWa lINk KardM am painting to a ertta spot I with his forefl ier dliapared Powent back to bed aad we sect sure ICE with a had toW wMk ke hat Bi doubt the Roman waa TureaMil tar Ills sippers tea showed Ilesso of Ute mrdiw and the xardaa lUetf Mewed Ixaa of the slippers The Roast Mt no footprint and this aaatt e mitt denee proved its prt fett e to Msedo OhM hn wild sever do 1 told dm that T had sot the H htett doubt that the bolt had celled ea him hut hinted that he had been tee haaty IA aet UK on the advice My adrtee was to stop dljcglBjc nil up tho hole sad warn all Kboita off the premise TMa ul timately eomraendml UNlIt ta Hewlo head sad the Invetttntlwt ended Recently 1 contracted to b Nd a its toot wall around hi greuBda ills ptaoe lies at an angle Itt the Micliway and two aeparate toads terw part ol the hoHMdarle He had abet M sir long stones plIed up la heaps hi We yard that entered Into Uw Wrjalo on their own aeoeant for I was to MIW these Into the wall at dlfferwii poloia ssttrted Vy Fooilehead Ao or41a ly some wfkl age I started My MA OR the wall and left tiers to euMptot It which they could ally hay 4eT- hey were proceeding with the work when 1 received this letter trots Out county coanall Inspector M8lr I have to request you within 48 hours tu remove or defoee the whole of the aaautherixed Mltottaaea which you have built Into Mr Footle beads wall If aet done steps will betaken to enforce this order I at once drove to the M ae of op eratlona and Inipeeled the trouble Fully halt of the otttoftK lose had been embedded In the war under Foozles directions A glanee at tfcetn bowed roe tho trouble was pretty cost oua They appeared to be a crowd et aged or superannuated mtloton a that the wretched Fooxle had collootcd from the tour ends of tho earth Originally planted they bad no deubt represented more or less aoourafoly the distances to Tarloua towns that were humlrcda of mUM apart hot stuck up together the effect was rroteirjae and to put It mildlyI mislead Ing Tho Inscriptions on some of them brought that tact pretty forcibly homo Ton miles to london Plvo miles to Dublin Three miles to Cork 40 miles to York MS mllea to Oiuo sow and M on whllo Dundee Itself that was only six miles off was represented by ono cold faced liar at 310 mlloa away 1 eat down on tho opposite aide of the road and sent for Foozle The told lunatic came lighthearted and triumphantDont look nicer ho asked No they dont I answered Theyve Rot to be defaced Mr 8atherl1 Star Best Laundry In the South I whathappens At Smith Ambergs itBasketFRANK SMITH All r RheumatismI hay found a tried viA twt1 tIre tor RMe MaUiml I Not ar drihi will sttatabtroth- MdlalotUvttltaWofchroaleerlpf4rsnorturn bon r JIuII aft now l klU be tolDa and paqleI IhUdonlorabUdl to unnaRJILh a pamt km M Qty o- fParmaadlt MI till la lnardlnt wok which r IIbnopllhMIlllAUe Jttrwas stdi a perfertd dv ndabW OrrerttU ruttiest thai UM Matltat I u w rullr tTMUd msof e401ll wurUmbutnnw aWrtIitun- latelyranl n Curs an twnbW natS of theu bMOtpra- rueb dmdd eta 7koian4 ilae RafU1- TvsIOuatbeltkewea tthto4emtodtatolva aoS i as awsr taalt u at1Ww of this rwS1 w- frll uac taair wttm a 44 to ptr wise- Aadhes wMPJwoiTA Uwr M aouswtFnwlf u tnaa KM WUm an t he NUN cl KbMiMt M It d e lrTr TW It now M Miiwnl 1 rr t ITrup liufl tar wtt at UIo N NIl and M cooOtkoM momaaU Dr Shoops I Rheumatic Remedy ALL DEALERS Foeslkaad sad that Iwnmltatel 7fevr ebdk i uuikt- V5y p w tMotetIttMtI I st- dynte a ewrrl1 with UH enwnty- souaeU strentdl r Urn and asI- 01 as lily sr t hrw tii ll kp you- Is oodles twaublol VtoKi tramp will EtxiuMl yew have Net him xa I ho WMHK read and elala AamaiK from yes for rrtM4l1 wpTtaPatatIU- ttber ea ate dW yoe 5t ii Mr Jww MM Ihisl 1 am nut anlB t cuniiio with row Yaw will kindly ptemd wlih yser iimirmrt Us Ib liy wslisd talk so 1l irr alxwt tt AM wtth tint he mr t4 tat his krl- all MA IM I soot tar the nxoan and raid 5Ua aownMir tar hi rapid uy 1 dtdT nvr to tfc MMMI r Marl tlles M4 ttrtr4 the last r i who 54 writta ass M4 it4ia l- INI facto tn oatsi rv ah I rnM ree Rs 4 aw t5 iiin uare M5eeola prawdlaa rwl4 IK 4 plMt This II kitothcr kasha In- boa MM ens tip son if hNDMW N a Iii awls I frl 4 tber w- Innsos hea haKto who wash- htb ttrlea pw Ot a t buesed puKMta W doors bMMVW I ws t btflM Ibees Mos k to fell wall ad IM otJter tear IM a sty tassel w t es1 p1 Ise to e dews Ute oN I b- RUt Wh Uwy dosl MIl tars to tie It and Iv ass alas puis MM I i MjmM Mjt Mrs IssM W atsol by law east sptelaay plisse IMois Ilk P MMl JOHN retlt hta teem wWS11 bM N se Mt toy Ooii his slats MM MM weN vial M fN Utmfcr Thmk I nvIML I ihtak jw see intro N tow taUi macs sad Mail- tesesMM os is colt TN hae- Nwx ease oa raM llsf IJIaC- astitw Ifre li the ity lttyAny- pCsi wed tteesil = to or Ptl any Isra past 1M aIua so I I mitUanIAlly d ire posed ie MfIII erNsoar lull M t1MIN to rsr ii MM at his swat hMMw TIter ywi are YMJ am way peiss Aa- tlwrva to- PYoslltsd lrtlso your own Mad aarst whisk will BIIMM yew to rsIh tie welt at tyjMlt wants IL Tk liuaUMi te a bH MWjaMmiMl 99 dOW AM IMA to how It will Kob ablywort MM Tfca cowrtr cotmrtl wi pis an twdor fans die ratite roM pe1NSR tee t v s tiso atle atlas It JIM dwft tin It they MA put you Inlo JAIL Fooxlnhoott will not only get JmlRmont against you for A sum of damage bocoHto you havent finished his wall but will also obtain yourtouchingpart of the wall that you hart built If In obcdlcnco to the county cuunclli order you break up the wall and ro ReOpened II Bettor than Xv r myoIdstandserve you than before the fite Enpugc GoodD n too EiiE Short Order a Specialty 1Dinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c XUuthvr Wtoe J COUGila iFriday May 24 1 Bile ct Poison 4 t ha rely ba 1 t tJ 7- M It dlsot trs rJand dllesUre aptuaUt154- d11Ufutaus Moo and uuui s 1 ThadfordL s t L BlackDraughk i rr j MoodputttUr t- It pis rWf the rttby t area Mbus c y ta bUdon l and freer our e At a1wdmtu r L Itlanotacarh alr4herbalI sea Mthwt IItfUI4 Frtea 2Sc at ill Drams- Meru lie rlMcof a INorw1k hllprlaxrr BUT to Mlbr tool are g t lift AM la m Proibl it i It we Milt tttlt see tkat both base JwI u fare wen a- i11ts a a tf1erally wire ha a I at enio ttoektftf feetthe wthnatlta th rented by WHo meat wLfaod at last stint m10 Iml tfeI43 TMi Ila bUt area Ma- He was very described MM I avarMma and an had In the racer wn1oI1 himself in a tmtttag and t t rvturaed that trv with treachery a accardlngajr ordair oase te cUher rrn- tortes wilkki oe other suit ffHiMt J povnda ef daMax loans teem rsaa faetag Lay part beat of course th Jones salsa and rondeMaatkm of J and for same time to the rftfItIabout hear had r To prevent Jon y hla return I tan halt a dozen Mm J nsht and oWltt on the orfeMUftC n adventure was vas it All that wa thafter kla rotors wish a eheqva for 001 am tItIIlJdorr up business and tic wan nurrtary i n motor car a Wart or two ahwW 111J- tOOd rod lnlnr thlraaJcir rear lien for lntadhrywhen I am tilti fUamlffml from tt- stain t on my ehr Very 0 = Ray Doo ii shape of a man aint Itr Well c piled the doctor jMt thlnklH air imUiln flu It ao aaiiwairt Eczema Is Now Curab 2EMO a eclentifl itubexternal UP Ptopn t i i and destroys tho Rtf aI cdlaeaJIHpermanently curedl lby t u tar medicine All nrn ltItI 11 r le Laiyt 1 ploEWItoMMcdt For sate bv hems t l lt10 We have heard se r as to whether or not R r celebrate July Fourth ac ber are in favor ol dots Ing to their expressions I time that we were takm iI tlon If we mean to do ruewg this line And we sh Just like sittingdown t m tttl table Elite Cafe Ii 0R local Notes i U over town r trti Want Column 61- r vJO for the Un sax yutt want to celeq fc riUJ I v uiiistf was to Union 1 r A 011 te eat the Elite vu ittaet atlJ j MitItweedl visited Miss 3wkv torsatJM it HiWc Co Inc wScwItar and The r+ rri one yearllS- U yIbtre from Provlt 1lose thus week r and Frarikyer liroThtii p u tigMNewMadx I 4red s targe line of we HiduMMlfern Go Citydsit rwfctfcros tit a t rhlhrUi1cer at ir Nrc Company i wer Si fr H Co Hater gbt phone e let tt show yeu n totirflvre Co Kjprraiidttaughtcr kow lawn were In T f PaoJirl Office 4 ur osU Htbkman l1 trot MctaEresmn QMrTer frthree c fit wort entertained c t at tins home of a ArcS TT of people from a tthe Confederate Re nd Va- vtaberg tf the Hick itfd relatives In Tip this week 4 And son Albert of are guests of the Alice WTIion thlc I Irv wife and sons ay from a ten dayI ives at MoKenxle fit the undertaker Is T Sri Hardware Com i rated the house of oooo tells us that ooanty boarders I journal A month i wcntyi Moore of Union City T h of her son C H u f yur last Issue She Monday d s having the building ttjrned a short while u pied by Jack Martin jjifd when completed ys Bottling Works UUUUUAAAAAAU AAA J Helm Ellisons 1Yedthtr Forecasts 1 Saturday dorm period Ba SundayHeavy Ida Monday StormyiTuesday weathertWednesday Local rains 4 Thursdayj weathertlFridayWarmer Golden Orangeade our KuunUIn rtukti lIt lOur Jlt ran cents Iw niwlo Trr It- S Ail YZNT- UCXTrnYnrrmenm yyyyyy cwrIr Want Column AJ I IN al 0rtI ow C4n1 10 w jtnto HLK- YaaaaeAAI 4 FOR RENTtwo nice rooms BURMET HUGHES FOR SALE COWApply FOR SALE CHEAP Two store counters W F Montgomery 47tf nfOR SALE OR RENT Oscar roomsApply Hoos FOR SALK Brood sows old and young t good stock Also one red maleJNo D MATES R R 4 51 trenohTweheUABADIEyule Ky lip us that Why not celebrate July 4 Oct old papers at this office F S Moore is visiting tn Villa RIdge Ills- What does Shaw Bctterswortlt Icll1 Go and see Seth Pewltt and wile were Union CIty visitors Sunday Mrs J M Reid spent a few days o f this week with Fulton friends You will enjoy the Two Married Men at the City Halt Tuesday the 49th When the phone is working call 21 and give us the names of your visitors Miss Belle Wilson of Union City Is visiting the family of Mrs Artae VHson If you want to find the orowd go to the merry go round west of the ice factory If you fall to see Two Married Men at the City Hall Tuesday you miss a treat Carlisle Rice has been at home from Chicago for several days He wm return this week Hoyt and Robert Moore of Martin were here Monday with the HallMoody Institute A seven pound girl was born to- Mr and Mrs Ed Adamr last week Fri says It IsI the only one yet Two Married men at the City Fall Tuesday the 28th for the benefit of Huntikers Kid Band Mn Jno Holland came down rom Paducah Tuesday to visit her parents MX and Mrs J A Stubbs The Hickman Furniture Co Ino have a large line of settees and lawn swings call and see them Miss Haselle Adams left Saturday for Paducah Ky and Metropolis Ills for two or three weeks visit Mi and Mrs C L Walker Miss Mabel Wilson and Arch DeBow pent Wednesday angling for the finny tribe N M Butler was here this week looking for hands to work in his cotton mill He employs 1 O- peoplc most of whom are boys and girls Patronize the man who thinks enough of your trade to tell you about his goods in the columns of your home paper He will treat you right Mrs Jno Ford of Cairo Ills Is visiting her sister Mrs Percy Jones Mrs Ford was seriously injured In a runaway a few weeks ago and we arc glad to note that she has about recovered Corporal F T Dodge who was In charge of the recruiting office at this place for several weeks has been moved to Fulton where he will have charge of the newly eisTablished office at that place The following party spent a pleasant day at Three States mak- Ing the trip down the river in the gasoline launch Grace Tuesday Dr Hubbard and wife E Betters worth and wife H N Cowgill and wife Misses Bettle DeBow Lily and Charlotte Hubbard Virginia Prather and Louis Rogers t Ice Cream Our ico cream Is firm rich creamy and luscious Alntk of the puroHt Ingredients Leaves moroAUVo houtwifHELM ELLISON =teaGasoline at the Courier Office CourterOffice A fishing party spent the day on the Lake yesterday When In need of gasoline come to the Courier Office O Ashley of Cairo was in town Friday and Saturday Hickman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 Let Cotton It Adams do the valley and gutter work on your building Leonard Reeves Jno Pyle and Tau Glaser are In New Madrid Mo Mesdames F S Moore and H F Remley are visiting In Villa Ridge illsRev R M Walker and children of Cayce spent Wednesday In Hick man Vollle Alexander of Clinton spent Monday with Fred Nolen in iUlkman Mrs JIM Cotton and children are visiting her nether In Union City this week Two married Men at the City Ball Tuesday night May 28 Dont miss it Little Miss Mary Tempa Burnett spent the day with relatives at State Line Sunday J W Roney and Coalder Johnson went over to Clinton Thursday to attend circuit court Tyler Beale returned Sunday night after several days visit in Louisville and Georgetown Ky Dr Herman Gordon of Cleve land Ohio was the guest of Miss Utle Parham Monday Mrs Emma Williams of Camden Tenn visited her neice Mrs Ev gene Bettsrsworth this week The Hardy Grain Co at Union City is rebuilding its elevator which was recently destroyed by fire Miss Jessie Saunders was a guest of her sister Mrs Eugene Betters worth Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Hurt representing the Frisco Railroad Freight Department with headquarters at LouisvilleI was iIn- lown Wednesday Who Where What When Shaw Beltersworths Hickman the freshest line of groceries ever brouhgt to town All the time Mrs S M Hubbard left a few dayago for a trip to Dawson Springs While gone she will make a business trip to Nashville and will also be in Louisville Mr and Mrs Elam Miss Nellie Jackson and Mr Luther Cherry of Union City were in town Monday completing arrangements for the Opera nest Tuesday night W A Doods received his new pressed brick machine yesterday and is getting it In shape for bust ness The machine has some new natures about it which promises to revolutionize the brick making busi ners HenDrinks Egg Chocolate or Egg IAMII iiudo or any other It llrnJ Drink is both refreshing und nutritious Youll like the way wo mix em 10o HELM ELLISON V- Y 4 Obituary Notice iWe were In receipt of an obituary notice this week without signature Upon receipt of the writers name and 100 the rate for obituaries lye will publish same We desire that the public remember that our rate for obituaries Is two and a hall cents a line minimum price of 100 and cash must accompany the manu script Otherwise they will not be published State Line G B Threlkeld was in Hickman SaturdayJ Maddox was in Hickman one day last week L C Maddox had business at Union City Tuesday Most of the farmers are planting corn the second time Dan Glenn was the guest of friends near here Sunday Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no c81 Quite a number of our ctzns at tended court In Fulton last week Mr and Mrs M A McDaniel attended services at Mt Hermon SundayState Line has organized a gun club and it meets every Saturday afternoonSeveral from here attended the Childrens Day exercises at Mt Zion last week Miss Jessie Brasfield returned to her home in Greenfield last week after a pleasant visit with relatives near here Mr and Mrs J R Moss have re turned from their honeymoon and they spent same time last week in this vicinity Dr D C Maddox left last week for Knoxville Tenn where he has been appointed assistant physician In the hospital at that place A merry time at the Merrygo round Gasoline for saleat the Courier OfficeA lunch on short notice at the Elite Cafe Misses Holland and Helen Rice are visiting in Maben Miss Tongueless Cultivators at S10- each Hickman Hwe Co Inc MM J R Brown and Mrs R R urnett spent Sunday with friends at- State Line Ed White won the medal at the gun shoot Wednesday breaking 19 blue rooks Lacy Richards has returned to Hickman after a visit to his brother- In Caruthersvllle Reserved seats new on sale at Helm Ellisons drug store for Two Married Men Misses Mattie Belle and Louise Shumate of Newbern are visiting their brother C P You cant help having a good time with all that bunch at the nerrygoround West of the Ice actory Young and old enjoy the fun at the merrygo round tonight and all week The management guarantees good order The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the luildldg both day and night Tele phone No 20 Rev Vernor and Mrs B T Da vii attended the South Kentucky Convention of the Christian Church held in Morganfield this week Rev H C Johnson R M Me theny W A Naylor Rev J L Lucas Mr Provo Edgar Naylor W C Wilson and wile and Miss Annie Ellison attended the Fulton County Sunday School Convention at Fulton last Friday While on her way to Mississippi- last week Miss Holland stopped ala hotel in West Point and while drying her face got some poison on her face from the towel and the last reports received were that her face was blistered and she was confined- to her bed Physicians said that while it was possible that the stains of the poison could be removed the face would be blistered as a result 0 a0 L it ii B P S Economy In Labor and Material Union unions member others Texas price Secy fully painter UtA therefore means Increased and the that can lead zino machinery with absolute thoroughness fineness No Hhortlived load and zincno barytos for cheapening purposesno weak and nntiauatod mixing mills Owing to the raw materials p perfect formula euro mixing grinding willwork 10 per cent easier under the andcover least 25 per any handmixed prepared Time oust applying paint about twice the cost of the paint itself Easy quickworking Paint saves 10 per cent painters time that about one hour day he for grinding t enabling to over at least 25 percent more sur ordinnryltnllof material the most economical you can secure HELM ELLISON t Sealed Evidence paint card and plates colored houses FREE Brownsville Graves of the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union America bids fair to being one of the largest of this county We have already enrolled All our members very enthusiastic in the work and bringing into the lodge and we expect to have this neighborhood almost solid We find from good authority that this order has carried the State of almost solid and also member rapidly in other Southern States The time not distant when the farmer will assert rights and de mand and get an equity for products i he will then able to pay the merchant a fair price for goods and pay cash them We invite all who interested in farming to Join in with in the co work Our officers are fellows C A Wilson Pres Pollock Vice Pres H Hardjng and Treas D Roe Asst G Caldwell Conductor Doorkeeper Telephone No 48 for coal The Steamer Cape Girardeau decorated with flag and ban and loaded with drummers enroute the Southeast Drummers Association at New Mad rid Mo yesterday morning about nine oclock The following members of the Union City Gun Club came over Wednesday guests of the Hick Gun Club and took part in the shoot Jake Gibbs W Dan Horace Parks Josh Adams Clint Adams Chas Deltzel Harry Edwards and Dick Edwards The Young Peoples Endeavor will at the Methodist Church evening Miss Mat tie Travis leading exercises I possible that work will begin the Methodist Church this week and in which case the Methodist services and the Endeavor will held at the House A charges Just as much to apply poorpaint asgood it takes longer to apply poor paint than good paint one gallon of paint goes farther than n gallon of so culled cheap kind C71 cap paint labor Mil Increased paint Bill B P S Paint while not a cheap paint is mOlt eco nomical be secured It is composed of pure and linseed oil and ground by poworful and adulter ated eolioa or miuural oils tubs and high quality of and oxtremo in and B P S Paint fully brush at cent farther than or or dinary paint of is B P S of your is in every works you Fine it spread cent saving makes B P S paint H Ask for B P S costs color of if Local of 24 are are is gaining ship is far his his be his for are us operative as H H Secy C R Elvis Williams ners to Missouri passed Hickman as man A Nailing Hughes Christian meet Sunday the It is on be Court paint him and good mixed Woodland Mills H L Curlin is in Rives looking after roads Miss Ruth Burrus is the guest of Miss Helen Flack at Union City Miss L J Clarke was the guest of Miss Fannie Brasfield Sunday Miss Georgian Burrus visited Miss Katheleen Burrus last week Misses Mozelle and Fannie Bras field and Lassie Curlin attended Decoration exercises at Antioch SaturdayfMusts Fannie Brasfield and Carrie Burrus completed their course 4 of music from Prof C E Owenbyilast Monday with high honors The Union City High School Commencement took place last Mon day evening at Reynolds Opera House There were thirteen gradu literaryMorris torian This Is a fine school and adds much to Oblon countyIt prepares pupil for Vanderbilt Mrs H L Curlin received a tele gram on the 17tb inst bearing the sad news of the death of Mrs J H Harper To learn of her death will cause sorrow to a host of friends and relatives To know her was to love her She was a self saorificing Christian a true and loving wife a kind and sympathetic mother A f husband five children several sic ters and brothers mourn her We extend heartfelt sympathy to therbereaved loved ones She was anx ious to go to her Heavenly Father where there is no more sorrow ur pain iI Dont you wish you were a farmer and had a few thousand bushels ofii wheat asks the Evansville Courier t Why not wish to be a man with atthousand bushel of dollars whileii you are wasting your time at build llvv ing air castles Get the best that is going while you are at it t We are sale agents for New I Departure and Capt Kidd Cultivators Hickman Hdwe Co Inc l CUMBERLAND TEL NTELEGRAPIICO XCOirulATXl Long distance linos and tolophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southern Indiana Southorn Illinois Kentucky Tonnossoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this groat section of tho country Wo solicit your patronage Rates roason ablo Equipments and facilities unsur passed I Wsie i4 oAtwtlLRLANwO HUMire T D Wirntw 57W7I i f ILTT T II 1 1 BeT DAViS U0rnti at KW Will practice in all courts In the State Office over Ledford Randles store- HICKMAH KENTUCKY Cash Book Store tipleu lid Selection Nsw 8ooklr- E6tstionsryr Pot Carda- NotioW Zto Call andsee our Stock Every King up to date Mwy 9Utsd s Company Meet Your Friends at LAUDERDALES TONSORIAL III PARLORS IBest In Hickraan Hot and F cold baths electric lights Iand fans hydraulic chairs band everything for comfort p pNexti ABSOLUTELYEotI I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE 4 SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS 4 Callon or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries Word ayeRR- RRRt4RRRRRRRR e auftdrx = I represent the Fulton Steam Laundry Jilt and will appreciate a bare of your patronageR JI1ParhamsJay Will call for your laundry Chester Barnes RRR I 1111dRRR jf9 Dr S K Davidson DENTISTOtlico OowrgiU Drug Store Hickman Kentucky Administratrix Notice All persons holding clalraa against IIM estate of A L Badger decd are hereby notified to file same with ISM s er before June 1st 1907 or iWj will be forever barred 51 Mas Gaoacu BADOW Ads rx I re 7iiJ1iWhen you talk to a man or a child about his faults dont stand over him with a club A foolish woman can make a husband but it takes a I alloverIII Home without a womans care I and a womans love is like no home I at all only the empty nest in a winters gale from which the birds j have flown 1 It is not the woman who is forever I chasing everyone in the house with j a broom or duster who makes the most impression as to the desirable ness of neatness and order While she is making a martyr of herself I in her frantic attempts to always I keep the hearth tidy and the wood work polished and the carpets free from spot or speck she is often driving away the better elements of the homepeace and love and bar mony A child cannot enjoy his playthings without a place in which to play nor a man feel free in his own house if he must be always remembering that not so much as a magazine or book shall be left one moment out of place when not being read It is a mistake to suppose that children will acquire good manners when they are as people phrase it old enough to understand their propriety if the observances of good breeding are ignored or neglected in the first four or five years Mothers sometimes forget that the active and receptive stage of child life in the nursery is never surpassed at a later period The little one is taking impressions every moment acquiring gentle habits or the opposite picking up words and sentences surprising his elders by the facility with which he learns what they would rather he should not know In the babys home the foundation is laid for the good or bad manners of the mature man Who but woman when Judas betrayed and Peter denied and the weary slept and the fearful fled could summon energy to linger around the spot to mingle the tears of pity with the blood of suffering Who but a woman when man turned coward and his trust grew faint could stand until the last by the dying Saviour and then go to trim the lamp of her devotion at the door of the sepulchre Look on the bright side It is the right side The times may be hard but it will make them no easier to wear a sad gloomy countenance It is the sunshine and not the cloud that makes the flower The sky Is blue ten times when it is black once You have troubles so have others None are free from them Trouble gives sinew and tone to life forti tude and courage to men That wouldbe a dull sea where there was nothing to disturb the surface of the ocean What though things look a little dark the lane will turn and the night will end in broad day There is more virtue in one sunbeam than in a whole hemisphere of clouds and gloom We wont a religion for both worlds for this because we are living in itlor the next because we are going to itone that prepares for the next by right living in this a religion that softens the step and gives melody to the voice that checks impatience and irritation and gives selfcontrol a religion not merely for the church and the prayer meeting but for business for the family and for every day life a religion of both faith and works and pf works as founded on faith a religion of principle as well as feeling of right habit as well as occasional impulse that projects the honeymoon into the harvest moon and makes the happy home like the fig tree bearing at once the beauty of the tended blossoms and the glory of the ripened fruit a religion that shall level the ruts and gullies and rocks in the pathway of life and For the- Children i To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How Is It with the children Arc they thin pale delicate Do not fOlietI know Ayers it makes Sarsaparilla the blood YouII and rich and builds up thcI general health in every way hAIIJa nail 4 p dlt t t 1 ku- lata I I 111 I aR sell tau- neAnYj1tLAh ta reueaW A e rnto nr ttY- M Ixsr30 nUll 108It 5 CsusrtPtCTOIAL W ktItti tf pI1 Ik tt4fl Md1N give joy in that pathway to all who arc In It WHICH ARE YOU We recently saw one of our citt xens going home with a small basket of fruit A few evenings later we passed him again and he had a small package of candy On both occa sions we were walking with the same gentleman who remarked to us that the man with the candy was a good fellow but blew in all he made so foolishly We merely smiled in reply but could not kelp in our own mind as we walked along drawing a contrast between the two men One was smoking a cigar that cost as much as the candy Burning into ashes and blowing out into the air the money the other spent for nick racks that brought a smile of happi ness to the cheek he once thought so rosy and gladdened eyes that still sparkled like a thousand dia mon s with their telltale love for him carrying home one by one the sweetest memories of life build ing evening after evening an image in a little heart of Home sweet Horne that no time even eternity would destroy Nourishing and kindling a new love that would in old age look back to those happy home comings and bleu his memory as the dearest papa that ever lived But what of our friend the critic Yes what of him Which of the two had you rather have been Which of the two are you BEWARE YOUNG WEN If you dont went women to out strip you in the industrial race and compel you to come to them when you want fifty cents you would better stop drinking poor whiskey and quit gambling at race tracks Women in spite of mans refusal to give them the rights and privilege es to which they are entitled are today in 145 branches of business and in instances showing more abili ty than the men In one of the greatest financial institutions in thil country not long ago a well known man drawing a salary of 25000 a year suffered a nervous collapse The directors selected a young woman who for ten yeas had been stenographer She the directors told us has done better work than the man she succeeded and Iis doing it for but 10000 a year In fifty years these women will know more than the men They have more time to read and study and they are Improving their time Eventu ally all the universities will be coeducational and the women will carry off all the prizes JurIwIndbI1Inow require tluU If mix polonl enter Into thelabelotberbouldVuuallVarelabclrand none In the mcdlrlnc elM It must bjr law IM on tho lalasl And Ifi not thatknowcoughsreedyHbouptoulrraHboup pnckaae with other and a No ontheHiluupUouatiOureother Hold by all dealer Dont fail to hear the band con cert Tuesday night If the weather is unfavorable it will be given on Thursday night The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker In the building both day and night Tele lMM No 20 Y yL Wreck at Crockett Three people were seriouslyand one fatally Injured Friday In the wreck of the fast Mobile Ohio passenger train two miles south of Crockett Tenn The Injured arc L F Bliss postal olerk Anna 111 back hurt i Owen bag gagcraan St Louis injured internally iPeelers postal clerk Booneville Miss Injured Internally t Frank Howard colored WIckliffe left leg and right foot broken jaw split will die The train with Engmcn an Jim Vincent at the throttle was one and aIhigh rate of speed when the acci dent occurred Just what caused the wreck has not been determined but It is be lieved the truck spread Some of the coaches left the track and rode the cross ties for about 600 feet before the trestle was reached Several times the cars came near plunging down the em bankment but they managed to keep going until the bridge was reached When the third car struck the trestle the latter collapsed The engine had reached the other side when the bridge gave way but the mall ex press and compartment oars went Into Oblon slough One end of the crowded day coach projected out over the creek but fortunately did not go in The scene immediately after the crash beggars description Mingled with the groans of the injured were l the wild screams of hysterical women and frightened oMMren One woman shouted praises to Oed for her escape while pinned down beneath the wreckage with only his head above water Frank How ard begged for a gun with which to end his misery When Howard felt the ear leave the rails he attempted to escape from It but he was naught between the cars when they went late tile creek But for the bravery of W H James a white brakeman o Jackson Tenn the negro wouldI have drowned James leaped into the slough fastened a bell cord under Howards arms and drew M head above water For six hours I the negro swung suspended to the bell cord alternately praying and cursing for his release When James finally succeeded In ejecting his release it was found that How ards left leg and the toes of the right foot were nearly mashed off He was rushed to Union City In a dying condition Upen his arrival there Dr H F Butler amputated the Injured limb and toes All traffic over the Mobile Ohio was suspended for several days and that road sent Its train to Jackson via Fblton over the Illinois Central a1doriiineuteacoldcold 111111 tablet and it ttttp1Nt ton tWideltrr- e itwtliaqaQtH1Lrtr1oIdBow In 60 and ttto tau t r all ilmlrt The Courier will be glad to send your friends away from Hickmau sample copies of this paper JustI give us their names and address Three Years for One Dollar The Twicea Week Republic of St Louts Mo the oldest and best 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judge call and see VV A DCDDSJKTTTr tTTTT fffffT rm PERCY JONJ Cafe and Restau r S pYOCkfiSR TO A 0 CJAIICnMJ a 80dG Wattv ic 8ecri 4 SeocoftaWe mla iHia o j QfTelephone No 90 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BSTABLIKIEI Tom Dillon Sr Prop 9 cceMor to 0 C lu Marble and Ornnite- M0I1U111cnts CURBING STONE WORK of i Kinds Iron FENCIrGk HICKMAN KENTUCKYII J7arners tf Merc ots in CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thus wo offer to dopositprg OtlurI lucomuntB UfO of secondary importwii Upon this Guarantee we solicit your puhoim J A ItHQMPSON H BUCHANAN President DIRIOTORS II 1UIVHUKANTJ IIr U J111111111 II TiIGll I ririp T A liKUKUKI YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar antee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters WJBARRYHIC- KMAN KENTUCKY rISM the Courier or Engraved Cards Uvkations Etc Etc I A i