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I 1 i yrckmnTHE HIeKMAN eUCRIERU Tnm that Pulls the Commercial Wagon It4 h 11110HICKMAN up thl 1i15urress FWHOLJThe CauriN s e Spanktn Goad Team Graasu the fxlui of Your Wagon Old rRIunarn Man and Lets 10 11119 am Hitch Up II Splendid Opportunities J To find what you want in seasonable and much wantedmerchandise and at prices that will appeal to your sense of economy White Goods laMA Jfetih Suiting double width c s nil vahral her yd 10 and 15c Swiss extra values in large and vi 10 to 50c rM a new Illin beautiful sheer nutMl values 10 12 i5t 15c Laws vary sheer correct fer htriN s lntssci 26 to 35c Muslin Underwear Mrifcttarc pretty awl dainty at v are siylfsh and perfect hung made cither if Ane oarobrlt er Itt AH fBcrahSndTie In this stare uJOllItIY tll ot- lopenC M23c to 125 i S 25 to 85c I 3Ue to 1GO SOc to 250 idle Curtains tirul Shades retod thft week a lot of IIa0 11 b we arejBire will be of special tn ry jG rsll otbiAitrto new and boAyff I I ytst4k fat all represent ea t21 to 300 v lades all lenpths3Ss to US AF t A wealthy trader against Henry revealing modemI L mty equalling JJohnson allegesI AH agreement wit- rttsooof h 12000 toI 1 end of one year I smes had obtainedI ion James took1 1R to Sag Harbor I + hly and married UT son alleges that n to repay the L eimnMlf according r land Iis advancing uMli Improved acu4 mike rive acres iinI posal generationrtJI L gyres five acres ample Ifamily How continue givingi1 t lhAts llll land In 160acre since under the w homeateard U I jII Y goes to some ofitra going i t t lF it some readers to e heacd Kr Q this country tU letr la ve the value ofSlK 16 for the first tI- t te 1 tr the lari The tJ VT Slate ranges from WB El New Wash Fabrics smallflgurodUanwby Zephyr Suitings in large and small plaids and checks at 15 to 30c i Pastttc beige suiting double width in laltd eofcis and polka dots10 to 25c little and Scotch Lawns In solid colors polka dots and dainty figured effects splendid value at gc Dress LInen perIrIDainty Waists Ladles White Shirt Waists of India Linen tMked and Insertion of wide Swiss very neat Prfs 100 to 175 x White Waists of good India Linen turks Mr Mer1ed fwtu 200 to 300 White Waist ef Fine Persian Lawn white etabrifclcriod fronts and Irish lace Trices from 350 to 375 Ladlwash Silk Wait in white and black with tucked and eabrolderied fronts PrtacA 300 to 500 Mattings rind Rues A tUrge asmrtment of China and Jap mat tings The patterns are very attractive con- Jsiing Itp1aln Agurod and Anal designs The ftwalHy nrnl sorely satisfy you Prices per I yard 12 12 to40c- ROOMSIRS RUCf Urge assortment ofIfloral fgnred and Oriental designs she 9x12 feet Yw wit And what you want here Irtoes 1550 to 2250 Smith Amberg J J cIn The fourth Esiate hnaon50000life 563 in Utah to 153 in South Carolina and Georgia The South errs States have the tightest priced mules but in such prominent horse States as Illinois Ohio Indiana and Iowa mules average from SI04 to Sllb sari in every State but one In Mlnncsota the average value of mules is higher than of horses and in the last State the difference is only S3SOa for mules and S97 for hone triton in the States of lowest mule value they manage to get horses of still lower value The total number of horses on January 1 1907 was 19746583 and of mules 3816692 or nearly one In five In China the law requires a man to mourn three years for the death of his father and one hundred days for the death of his mother but he would be ostracized if he gave way to any signs of grief whatever on death of his mother in law This proves that all mankind is related to some extent W H Forester of Obion and Miss Eunice Jackson of Union City were married at the home of Squire St F Howard in Fulton last week at 12 i30 pm Rev C C Drown of Oblon performed the ceremony Neatly all the licenses under the new revenue law to run restaurants sell soft drinks post bills cry sales and long list of other things for which Manses arc now required cr pire on June 11 and wilt have to be renewed on that day About 95 of every 1W licenses under the act were taken out June 11 the day the law went into effect and run om year M Theodore Tilton whose chief no toriety ClIme from the BeechcrTH agodied wont to live after Henry Ward Beechers acquittal He was 74 plaInM Picrp Morgan has just paid 1000000 for some art doings That recent Wall street panic doesnt seem to have torn from him any of his coupons The editors are to meet at Estill1 Springs June 17th They will not Graysolastexpress1P And when this rose tree bears its first flowers I shall return and you my love shall wear them as my bride ItItls nearly hat a century now since Gen Sherman then a dashing young Lieutenant knelt beIside Senorita Bonafaclo the beautiful girl in all California and Fledged his love as he planted a tiny slip of Cloth of Rose Years went I by the rose bush flourished blossom t ed and bloomed and the petals fell t in great heaps upon the ground i But the General never returned andII the pretty senorita remaining true to her promise lives today behind the old wall at Monterey Cal with her love of her girlhoods sweetheart still fresh and young t +The first sea serpent at the Jamestown I exposition has been seen at the Kentucky building Thus does the State maintain its notoriety tOf BBRCCAiL UBERTE SERmD0 More isI Ihcmo of Splc did Sermon by Rev WoUon to the rIMkIAUft Chew Below we print the baawlaureate sermon delivered by Rev E L Watson of Union City to th- jj graduating class of the Hlckman College at the Court House SA- unda morning i 1 Ils Nato IMI tnm tut haUl not kean- l1Fet 1 c kilt set eoneelttilI Ow foil 0 In the weep of years eye has nott thougitI upon of morningEar the sweetest sounds although the harmonic of centuries have beat upon it thatGodagndoubJedunfathomedg Beyond The class that Iis before me on this Comtuencement day has wrought nooly its part in the prescribei course but stilt there is the un traversed beyond Will you go upon its inviting pathway fromI success to victory Will you follow me in a brief survey of man from the ourlleil dawn up the mount to hisI Anal destiny 1 nil EARLY HORNWO Deep io the unfathomed wisdom of eternity God conceived His dlvin est plans of creation and over the world rich in resource He made neon king Amidst the harmonic- of Eden when every graceful bough was moving magestically under the everyblwefreshness of creative morning God said Have Dominion Was there ever a cornation in which there was such splendid manifestations of royalty A God whose empire tis universal Man whose dominion tis thatIand enraged the inhabitants of the underworld until the determination was reached to thwart the plans of God From the morning of that eventfuli day the struggle began and earth was made the battleground M was about to give over the contest when over the Judian hills arose th granderformpeerless Hero of Calvary illuminat ed the darkness of lost Eden with the glory of His presence set the star of hope forever in the firmament of human life and spanned the pathIway of man with triumphal arches clearemarked all the way by the agonies and the ccstacici the sorrows an joys the defeats and victories o t heroes and heroines since primeval morning It is chanting the ineffable presentItI a splendid future A BACKWARD OLANCKILet us ascend the summit ofI achievements and get a vision of the toiling millions who have wr6ught so tt nobly their part in the universal de sign When man was young his mental1 1of and emotive natures were nimblus and chaotic He controlled his beastly foe by mere physical strength he hewed and hammers his human enemy and boasted that I his ancestors drank blood from human skulls J1 In the deep tangled wild wood of I the Danish islands our Saxon fathers fought like tigers The unhappy t offspring of this element forced con test between giant beasts and human i bodies and drenched the Roman j arena with fraternal blood ThlIi age saw the brazen hand of super jI stition clutch many an innocent life and lay it to rest in a premature t grave It saw man groping jn bUnd J credulity baring the bleeding back j to the cruel lash of falsehood before i1 a polluted shrine where error sat enthroned in darkness THE MENTALAOEfIn the darkness of those days of acte Inc pile light of a new era for man ark the mental age begins to feelI its power and to assert its rights It raised the cold finger of reason and points on to toppling thrones Is and perishing dominions determined I J t IIInI its march though characterizedl carnage blood shed and death to raise man from dens and caves to magnificent palaces of marble adorned with all the splendor oL Ruskins Seven Immortal Lambs It was determined to fill the habit able globe with the busy noise forge furnace and factory order to accomplish this Perry barqueoon waters Wh bitYc mast or darkness rested on the rnppedhiJform thoughtsentinels upon the bosom of the deep Urged on by the resistless wave he feared no III fate The gentle voice of nature has not called in vain to this age The philosopher has delved into the depth of thought The scientists have looked into her profoundest secrets and sought out the might of the universe and have raised to the sky a temple to science o grounds where stood only scattered and isolated stones The forge have climbed the mountainous wave- i wrestled with the fury of the storm nor ceased his daring quest until the mystsry of the clouds had yielded their power to his dominion and he had made a messenger boy of the lightnings This age teas drawn woman from the realm of serfdom cleared wide open the portals of high estimation and crowned her queen in the uni versa heart The prostrate form of virgin purity it has raised a resistless image and gave to woman hood in its sphere the touches of the bands Imaglnatlcne soared to worlds beyond the ken ofI mental eye breathing songs tooi grand for mental ear Dante thinks and the emblaiory of heaven is thrown on the dark background of eternal night making the carnalI house of man the center of immortal hope Milton thinks blending the fires of hell with thw symphonies of saints and the fallen angels leap over the battlement of heaven Into eternal death Shakespeare thinks + and the master hand of past agea gathers gems from every throne and century and weaves them into a crown of deathless glory But the mystic ladder from earth fhant e 1 human harp of a thousand strings fewhich is vibrant with perfect harmony and to which the sweetest singer is yet destined to sing THE SPIRITUAL AGE It Iis inspiring to reflect upon the greatness of past ages 5 but we arej EyYj jHeart hath not conceived In lbt eye put new trumpets to the mental ear and built new apart meats to the conceptive heart and the human march is entering into the region beyondthe spiritual age The ruby glow of the early morning and the sapphire brilliance of the Mental are blending into tbeStopalescent rays of Spiritual and the fiery cohort of grander days awes through century bearing us of greatness To the one who is fully consclou his natural powers and who willII develope physical mental and spiritual into one grand equilibrium I nothing iimpossible The goddess of truth iis unwtndin the chains of former days upon her brow rests the crown of love I upon her face beams the smile of patience her eyes arc turned toward theI Orient where the twinkling stars of the spiritual dawn arc heralding the advance of freedom her floats through the waves bearing the I proclamation that If the Son of I man will make you free you shall be tree IndeedIThis freedom places you in theII the streamThe Beyond of the Saulthe region of Intuition of Inspiration Superconsciousness the J home of the higher faculties of mindtt the topmost story of human life the J Kingdom of heaven within When we leave all the pictures o physical and mental universe an push on into the depths of the unseen and spiritual universe we may be sure that the same law holds We I will see tint of all that the spiritual1 universe is just as vast and compli cated in magnitude and structute as the physical The systems of J worlds rushing onward forever l- ikiii a i1iIII1 Iio- mesart Tf1 Popes Sf Fulton t t w waves of the sea to the shore oC peace are but a visible image of the infinite singers of spiritual lilt beat Ing outward forever from the heart of God Every smallest most hidden soul is one with the great eternal life eternalInIits way into all remotest solitudes into the dlmmist retreats of little theheartofGodGet this lesson now Though you gleamed from every field of literature and science and have set the find lags to work in your life and sent the results whirling through the world your life Iis a failure without a favor able response to the higher call of God I do not ask you to leave behind your animal nature but to elevate it to a state of purity and obedience yourYlimits of prejudice and illuminate Iran confines with the divine radiance of yourapoweracomprehension the eternal truth that Spirit is Master and Mind Iis servant Act not be cause you know but because you feel Open your life to the divine inflow tune the finite in harmony with the infinite A boy in Corsica was wont to climb the hills that surrounded his narrow home and gaze across the waters with wistful eyes Yonder lay the great world He dreamed conquestbut spendhistrumpeted his name along the ages There are no conquests for those who are satisfied to dwell within ths small environment of a groveling life UP to the helghtsO raySoul I Look beyond for life is yonder Life t Eternal lilt Decoration Day Sunday June 9th will be observed CampW ting ceremonies and floral offerings at the graves of their departed broth i ors at the city cemetery speciallyinvited a cordial invitation is extended to all friends of woodcraft Hunzikers Concert Band will music on this occasion Woodmen will leave the hall at 1130 Services Item 2 to 5 oclock p m Telephone Case Set for June Tenth at Frankfort The mandamus injunction issued TelephoneCO11pany Hickman subscribers service until the courts have settled the cases in litigation and which was appealed to the Court of Appeals by the company last week will be tried in Frankfort June 10th 0 Carpenter Missing Gene Young a well known carpen ter of Fulton left two weeks ago for Louis and has not been beard of sires beswas going to visit his brother in St Louis and that he would write to them immediately alter his arrival there Mr Young left on a midnight train Tuesday May 14 His wife j mother sad other relatives ate very hegA letter was received from Mr Youngs brother in St Louis in which the writer said his brother had not arrived at his home Coursersrstaunch friends was in town Satur day and while here he had us set pegHeevery issue and that be would not think of doing without it Cue Thrclkcld has moved his Bottling Works into new quarters the old Frank Thompson building on Moulton street it having been rebuilt and remodeled since the fire guard arranged and feels as proud aaa 4boy with his Oral long trousers Cucit is doing a good business and says that Ills attributed to the fact that he makes his sodas right and from pure extracts He has the tight idea there Is only one way to do anything and that is the right way t mot 1It hI ttt to our is sure fv A i If a or has for of its life let us fit you of are plete at all May Be CandidatcI Gov Folk of Missouri ilunot now a candidate for the Democrat ic nomination Wheth er he is to become a formidable op ponent of Wm J Bryan the next national convention meets de pends on the wishes of his Demo cratic associates Politicians believe he will enter the race and win out This much was made clear by the govenor in a long distance telephone Interview yesterdayGov read with deep interest a press dispatch from Chicago to the effect that National Committee man Sullivan of Illinois and other leaders has decided to boom Folk for president with Gov Johnson of Minnesota as his sun ning mate Mr Sullivan is now in New York During the past few days he is said to have attended a conference of Democratic managers at which Gov Folk was mentioned to the exclusion ci the Nebraska statesman Look for the Courier Realty Cos in this issue It will interest you Brains Versus There are two classes who put an valuation upon money Thou who have lots of it and those who have little or none But of the two absurdest offenders against the common sense view are those who have money and plenty of it How the exaggeration persists and grows is one of the modern mysteries Of the mien of property in this country a few of those rich by inheritance excepted how many are there who could not quickly grow rich again if they were to lose all they have And of those who possess large property how many would long keep it were it not that they have on guard over it men of brains and character Yet to hear men talk one would think that when a man put money into an enterprise he bad done that which entitled him to an overwhelm ing preponderance of This in the face of the obvious fact that while enterprises innumerable have succeeded without money not one has ever succeeded without brains It is absurd enough to rank toney above brains To estimate lades in terms of money is like sell sag race horses oy weight and paint fef by Measure The Courier has received a new role for the Dilly Louisville Herald When H te take ia cotmoctie with tats Courier tho two popers wiM coot 4 9250 YoU raipot got good real lag matter say choapor n A Word Jt111 With the Man Who Buys Shoes We take it that that in cludes you We are taking specialpains to buildup a business that willstay us We realize that the only way to do this isto han dle shoes that have actualval ues built right into them Every Packard Shoe is made specifications and there nothing but solid leather in them you want Shoe Oxford that style grace comfort durability andsatisfaction every day drop in and Our lines Furnishing Goods and Hats com timesV L Bradley Parham presidential before Democratic proposition Money exaggerated consideration shoe with Same Price For Newspapers If any class of business men ever had good reason for the formation of a trust with a view of advancing prices the press of this country I presents that justification at this I Urns The white paper alone on which many papers are printed costs more I than is paid by the purchaser for the printed edition The cost of bitett yearsPrintingthe present time and wages were never higher i yet the price of the out put has been retained The newspaper of the country in their columns seem to point out everything in the news line pertaining to the formation of trusts in oil sugar paper coal and almost every com modity in general use but they entirely overlook the fact that they could and should point with great interest to the fact that newspapers are supplying the public with the news of the world under a greater anytlmecost of advertising has not been greatly increased The newspapers have been in the front ranks in the development of American civilization and today they give more to the purchaser for I the investment than it is possible to receive in any other channel of ex penditure Any thoughtful person who will carefully consider the increased publication cost of news ofIinformationderive from them at oldtimes prices will agree with us that the postage on them as well as on letters should be reduced The only papers the farmer needs that has rural1 delivery are a goodl daily and his horse paper The Courier offers you a combination that is hard to beatthe Daily Louisvil- lHerald and the Courier for 250 Scripture Directory For the blues read the twenty seventh Psalm i for an empty pocketbook the thirtyseventh if people seem unkind read the fifteenth chap ter of John if one is loosing confidence in men the thirteenth chapte- of r First Corinthians if discourage about ones work the one hundre- and twentyeighth Psalm 5 if tempted to see ones self larger and the world smaller all the time the nineteenth Psalm if one cannot have ones own way in everything the third chapter of James and if ooe is ioU out of sorts the twelfth chapter of Hebrews should be read Selected The CMtriM sires ALL UM j f Jfw The Tramps Story A tramp asked for a free drink in a saloon The request was granted and when iu the act of drinking the proffered beverage one of the young men present exclaimed Stop make us a speech It is a poor liquor that dosent loosen a mans tongue The tramp hastily swallowed the drink and as the rich liquor coursed through his blood he straightened himself and stood before them with a grace and dignity that his rags and dirt could not obscure Gentlemen he said I look tonight at you and myself and it seems to me I look upon the picture of my lost manhood This bloated face was once as young and hand some as yours This shambling figure once walked as proudly as yoursa man in the world of men I toor once had a home and friends and position I had a wife as beau tiful as an artists dream I drop ped the priceless pearl of her honor and respect in the wine cup and Cleopatralike saw it dissolve and quaffed it down in the brimming draught I had children as sweet as the flowers of spring and saw them fade and die under the blighting aIupon the altar and ministered before it and I put out the holy fire and dark ness and desolation reigned in its stead I had aspirations and am bitions that soared as high as the morning star and I broke and bruise ed their beautiful wings and at last strangled them that I might hear their cries no more Today I am a husband without a wife a father without a child i a tramp with no home to call his own j a man in deadlup strom of drink Of Theeglass tell from his nerveless fingers and shivered into a thousand frag swingingdoorsand when the little group about the bar looked up the tramp was gone The Court of Appeals In passing der has voted dry one precinct rannot hold a separate election to determine dthe sense of the voters in that district Come in and get the Couriers rate on metropolitan papers We can save you money when used in connection with the Courierand you ought to have the Courier Try the Couriers Want Colo wV- ItTTTTTPTTTTTTTT1t YI Miscellaneous News Notes IIIAAAAAAAAAAAAIOAAAAAAAIAie When in need of gasoline comet ihf Courier Office I IUon is on a decline according to the Government report- S in Francisco had another slight earthquake tremor No damages A coal oil inspector will be ape pointed for HIckman Monday next A fire in Fulton early Wednesday morning caused a loss of about 0000 The man who crawls into his hole and pulls the hole in after him soon discovers how small he Is A Michigan editor advertises that he will take wood or anything else he can eat on subscription One never learns the lesson of life well enough to graduate into any other school than that of death Coal is a queer commodity When purchased it not only goes to the buyer but to the cellar as weUIAfter several weeks delay In selecting a jury the Haywood case is being tried in Boise City Idaho The WatersPierce Oil Company has been fined 1623900 and an appeal granted the state asking for ouster proceedings The Louisville Commercial club is sending out representatives allover the state for the purpose of organising Commercial clubs in smaller towns The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet next Monday afternoon at J oclock with Mrs H C Johnson The meeting was changed from Tues day afternoon to Monday afternoon Dr S K Davidson is expected to arrive tonight with the automobile he purchased In Nashville He left Nashville yesterday morning The machine Is a 30 horse power White steam touring car and one of the best made The Circuit Court Judge of Chris tian County gave vigorous Instructions to the grand jury about to convene there to thoroughly invcstl gate the lawlessness which has been so much in evidence recently He assured the jurors that they had sworn to do their full duty and unless they investigated the matter byunknownbefore their God with a sworn duty unperformedTo And Patrons Of Hickman College On account of there being such an interest and so much comment as to the awarding the Vnladlctorian and Salutatorian Honors for this year and Inasmuch as it has been re ferred to the School Board we deem it advisable to publish the grades of the two young ladles which we give below which as you will see Miss Rubye Fleming wins over Miss Mary Annie McDaniel by one eighteenth of a point J Their averages are as follows for the three years Mtn MiNwt Miss P1iuisv 1st year9712 97 34 2d year98131240 983780 3rd year99140 99 140 3295 17240 3295 1980 93 257720 98 297721 Subtracting the fractions leaves Miss Fleming 40720 or 118 of a point ahead We might state that the First Years Grades have been lost and just recently found which has caused the confusion RespectfullyT SwayneE Julian Choate Co L Walker- S L Dodds C C Schlenker E C Rice Board of Trustees How about that bath room youvo boon talk ing about 1 Hadnt wo bettor got together now and figure tho thing out while wo have tho right oeaoon p Were ready 1 Ito your moveCottonfc Adamo Hiokman Ky Woodmen Unveiling ElmCamprront of the late Dr B H Cavltt at the City Cemetery Sunday June the ofthebe present and witness the Inpresslve ceremonies oz j IILLICN JHO This Store is Now Mak ing A Great Showing of SUMMEROODS11The want to keep cool and comfortable We are ready with splendid assortments of every kind of goods for summer wear Garments of every kind rcndyto wear for men women and children and all kmdof materials in piece goods We are Making a Special Showing of FINE WASH GOODS Consisting of many varieties of patterns andweaves in Lawns and Batistes Ginghams and Madras Percales and Mercerized Tissue Suiting from the popular Gc and lOc cloths to the finest high grade woven fabrics White Goods Linens Laces and Embroidery in endless variety Call and see u- sELLISON BROS Hickman Kentucky W Rogers Clay ol Lexington has been suggested as Csurt of Appeals Co mit4ooer to wooeed John D Carroll U being suggested by attorneys that the oorl seeds the commissioner ta spite tf thereat addition to the fersonne off I the court Make your absent friend a pros ont tf the Hiokman Curler for three saenthsonlySo The tebaooo bed scrapers have been at work In Graves County Several totaooo grower throughout the state have often forced at the point of guns to help serape their own tobacco beds and some of these will plant cots Instead ol tooaooo Salaries Raised The postonV its L nouRced the anew salaries of Keotu r Under the order a these offletak will r Indreosed btglonmr rnext ftsoal year Increased receipts during the present wilt have their oomt red Marion MoParU one of the best coo rand cjtwnfetUraf Kenivoky sulfete stroke at his noir F day and is wow in and net expected uKK xKwN i Buy Shoes Of Quality Pay the- Price and Get Value r GiSECKP 5EEE Giesecke Mens Fine Shoes 350 and 400 The Shelby Womens Oxfords and Shoes latest and beSt 150 to 400 Shoes with a reputation guaranteedNogoodsNoneOnce a customer always our friend A trial will convince you Cash Shoe Store E C Rice Co ta e J j a tj iEfi 0 I Live Sappy t pyou will if we sell you a tewn wing Lawn MoweriJje Cream Freezer Shaws Water Cooler ITee Picks Etc Ve claim to sell you MORE goods for LESS money than any house in Western Kentucky or Tennessee All we ask is a look from you I INOJIiLPANE mmr i t KW Ile IW ti G tUK JOIKXTOX i t MtftMIt NC DOLLAR PER YEAR M A H N ADVANCEI ac=I titan KruttukT AM txafl BMttof jr June 7 1907 KNTATIY1 Q A iif ally mistake at n uocemont that ritive Oammlt- I7 iI i kttsan counties August Jlst ai t inct ooMventton- itelegatesi to the to be held in u eeay September andkJatc for the y present Hlokman rr The call was Mt convcotlena arrow voting prc day September Ity Convention to Saturdayta N + been lor the two A C in selecting the theucountysti jrmsh the repre make a change the present incum madetpeopleuv put a good man he is doing good merely a suggest the Courier froim conventionto r IIArrl Iklegate a Il ii 6a x ay v 1 1 hIal LIM rr nU ryy b 4 a tI 31Itotea fwff- ltali at uLUMEItrecord an event t r 1 Cltof newspapers I anIkI it Imports ct TMk I J P tGGA TE t GOOD RIGS Give us a trial and see we dont treat you right We look especially after the wants of young men and traveling men ItiTPMOKE NO 119 particular event is the recording of the ending of an old and beginning of a new volume With this number we complete the fifty two numbers of the fortyfirst volume or year of the life of the Courier Next week will be the beginning of the fortysecond year of its existence The Courier has withstood and braved the storms rearlongernewspapers do which are launched into the field And we might add and not nonchalantly that we look forward to many more years of life in the field for the old ship which we have learned to love and for which we shall in the future devote our entire time and energy as we have in the past for the prnmotion of her growth in the favor of the public eye As we start upon a new year of activity we wish for the renders as much success as we anticipate for the Courier Complaint is being made general 1ly by oltUens over the town who attend the Band Concerts about the boys who make so much noise and keep up such a disturbance that those who go to enjoy the occasion can not do so This of course is a I nuisance and it should be stopped at all hazards The East Prairie Mo Eagl attracted our attention this week b the decided Improvement that ha been made on it both typographically and in the way of better news service Its news briefs are crisp and it makeup and press work is beyoum critlcUm It is among our a local exchanges We do not kno who is responsible for these improvement nor are we seeking to give any individual praise but mere commenting upon the appearance oj that paper ash appeals to us Who Where What When Shaw Bettersworths Hickman the freshest line of groceries eve tttoubgt to town AU the tinter- r w I I II Court Mouse New- sCmdI l r or toy Ides There is very little news at the Court House this week i all the county officers look as if they wanted a summer vacation Following real estate transfers have been recorded this week J H Itwen to B E Collins town lots in Fulton 75 David Kenney to Chas Maokey town lots in Fulton 1400 Following are the new suits tiled with Circuit Court Clerk MorrlaI since last report Ella Prince vs M A Prince J M Baynes vs Alex Admas et At Peoples ft Tbaokery vs Illinois RyL RyJesse Lowery The new Iron bridge has been completed across Snap Neck Creek about three miles from town on Dresden Road The Bayou De Cbeln Iron bridge is having some reeI pairs Steel stringers are being put In and later concrete abutments will be built possibly Mr W C Wilson reports unex pected results In the efforts to organ ize an adult Bible class at the Methodist Sunday School from those who have not been heretofore inden titled with the Sunday School at all He says the class iis beginning to show interest from the start The cause of the bouyant spirits whIch has taken possession of Mr Jas Housley is the arrival at his home on June 3rd of a tenpound boyW A Campbell of Moscow was in town Tuesday Justy DeliciousOnco would bo satisfied with soft j mushy ico orotim No morn now It must bo firm crea myrioh Mud wholesome It must bo absolutelyJ pure just liko our ice croaiu Iitoo All popular flavors HELM Jc ELLISON r IT COSTS YOU NOTHUM Io tr- yRU AGO If It IGM not floiev Rhsuennlisrsrrs You Mn buy the ant bottle u aa ah9late Kuarantee to Ine lev money refunded U a are wt MlUfle- Il mmrd stands Ninety I out or mr7 baodml UPMl Mntynoe raNeoette- very hundred IHltvd UIJ by T T SWATNI May Subscription The subscription list roll of honor for May shows that the following subscriptionduring H L Carpenter lI1okmaD Tom Dillon SrIBoltzer DoddUowgills Drug Store k M Metheny A M DeBow A W Lauderdale F E Case J R Brown Tom Dillon Jr lake PlantIMrs M D Johnson W T Johnson 1 Tom KirkpaUlok Dick Owens Mrs MuyItMrs S M Hubbard Mrs Lucy Watson Mrs Julia Hagan Sallie Holcombe J H Dodds Jcems W Long 1 Frank Thompson M A McDaniel L C Lunsford I F Crafton kS Murrell W W Pruitt Route Four S F Henry Jno D Mayes J I Cuslek Route Three D H Toorabs T H McMurry N J Comm It C H Alexander If Mrs M L Harper II OtteHenryIlls CayceHrrnry Oru r- W A SbucknA L Fowler J F Manes Kd Hertweck Fresno Cal W A Campbell Moscow W B Jackson Celeste Tex J A Roper Water Vdltey Ky R Owens Tiptonvllle Tenn- S E Almond Greenfield Tenn D J Comm Oakvale Miss W Dippel Warsaw Ills S A Wade Union City J R Patterson Moran Tex J H Royer Bayouville Mo Miss Vlck Kirk Melrose N M Oscar Phillips Franklin Ky Mrs C S Scott Louisville Ky C F Beokham Higgerson Mo Of this number of subscription paid us during the month there were only two that asked that the paper be stopped and one of those was on account of uncertainty of address I will mall you free to prove relent nilrtitf of my Iw kpa ItsWrnuvi and lay liookMiHlher Ityi ep lit The Heart I The Kliliwy TnHilifra ul the Hlomaal- ilenrtarII Khiiwym lire lII nolI7 lymptniiu ur a draper ntlinont Ivint Make tli eoniinoi- irntrof trrnllnc ynipfiiiii onlyI Hjrmp tax trrntment U IrvallHtt the result otyuu- rallulbntandnotleean VakHtontnrli- ervw lh ItulUe nervM incnti Htonmcl- iwiknrt ItlIIJ the llrnrl and Kidney at well have their eonirolllnc or ittliln itervM Wfaktn lke node 11- 1fU l Inevitably Intro weak wired rirnii l whrn+ Ur Mltnofi ltf lorn lvc tore tuulu IU fnni NII tiiliitr riMiittiy ever rlailltolrert the innhlH nerve loU- rur hlontlH MlltMnnrw latl lin ntli or itniplBXloH MM IM Hbnop1 llmtnnttlvc Wit meIlnl fur Hiinnlr nntl fn Itook Iif Knuolh MarinetITkrnoelxallre I wkt k7 nil dnler- A verified report reached here of the plowing up of 13000 by Bob Phelps a prominent farmer residing six miles south of Milan Tenn Saturday Recently an old dwelling house was burned down on the farm of Phelps Recently he was plowing where the old building stood and his plow hit a hard substance On Investigation It proved to be an old pewter teapot WHen opened it was found to contain 10000 in Confederate greenbacks and 3000 In gold Phelps made an effort to keep the matter secret Twentysix days until July 4th W C Wilson was In Cairo a few days this week Mrs Sallie McConnell of Jordan u the guest of Mrs H E Prather Dr A Luten and little son of Union City were In town Tuesday Mrs Smith and daughter of Clinton are visiting relatives near ilickman A A Faris and Lee Campbell made a business trip to Mayfield Tuesday 2 i R Weeks Hutary Of IIN41ckaRs 400 Visit the Nickelodeon Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff 3J Fresh groceries at Cavitts E C Rice was In Woodland MondayW SuodayafternoonafternoonC SundayfromS L Dodds was In Fulton on busi ness last Friday Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff is the highest grade snuff 3 Guy Robbins of Mayfield was here last Thursday night Tom Brooks of Fulton was a Hlckman visitor this week Wood Shaw was In the city this week the guest of relatives Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no 48 House for Rent see M B Shaw or Mrs Fannie Shaw youtradeI The house of quality Iis th caskets Just received a largel line of baby gocartsHlokman Furn Co I InoIMiss Hattie Ballard went to East Prairie last week for a shortIJ vhtlt Chas Frost is here this week the guest of his mother Mrs I D PriceMiss Memphisis I I I HertweckIThere is always satisfaction in I knowing you have the best so ueIRed Band Pure Scotch Snuff 3 Mr and Mrs W S Burnett of Moscow were in town last week guests of Mrs J W Powell Elder A S Freed will preach at J Mt Hermon next Sunday at 11 oclock Everybody intivted Ur H K Prather Is absent this itloni Lee Atwill who has been attend ing school at Bowling Green will return home Sunday for the summer See the Hickman Furniture Co Inc line of suites and rockers before buying your spring furniture j daughterMissroute four were in Hickman Monday i In Jerre Malone was over from Union rlJ City Sunday He is preparing to move his households goods to that place The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the building both day and night Telephone No 20 Miss Mabel Wilson is visiting in Venton Iowa the guest of Miss Helen Murphy She will be absent several weeks Drew Luten came home this week for a few weeks visit to his parents He has been at Arkadelphia Ark teaching a military school Miss Willettc Johnson of Fulton was married to Mr Clarence Cun ningham Graham at Fulton Sunday Miss Johnson is a very popular young lady and has a number of friends In Hickman Jtheweek Chas won the medal at the Hickman gun shoot last week but we failed to mention it in last weeks paperPeter Prather of Knoxville Tenn came in Saturday last and went immediately to the home of his parents near Woodland to visit them He is resident pnyslcian at the general hospital at that pl- aceWiutV11 You Have Ice cream Soda plnin or with ico cream phosphate or fruit lomonadu At your sorvico gents Wo say wo are ablo to satisfy your pal ate We know wo aro So thoro t HELM ELLISON ale r A Hair Dressingtt Nearly every one likes a tint 2hair dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep it from being splitilaeytoo that will Teed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhalrwlll bcstrongand will remain where it belongs on the head not on the comb I Tbebeat kind ot UtUmonUt SoilS lor over sixty ysarL A rCWrNltiaaauWIrrf SAUWIIOAwas yerswasOKIRV KCTOtAt At Clinton last Tuesday about 2 oclock the jury in the case of the Commonwealth vs Dr J D Wil VaughanMoore guiltyTheSeptember and Dr Williams claimed selfdefense He is a citizen of Ne vada Mo and Moore lived at Amory Miss They were in Clinton at the time to look after their sick ofeWilliams being husband and wife The case was hotly contested on both sides rre Just aTrialj UeuldUrimQntniningsuollhealln OilHuealiptu 7- nstant and bullmr relief to UnUrrli ot the lUNana throat lake the tree lest oiul ee furourelf what thU preparation can IlhcwpItaehe byallAs the result of an attack on the person of Elmo True night clerk at the Usona Hotel at Fulton Sunday morning Chas Evans is lying at the point of death Evans and sever al friends entered the hotel They were drinking and using bad language True requested them to be quiet whereupon Evans Ire was obeyOneEvans suddenly attacked True with a knife cutting a long gash In the collar of his coat Leaping behind I I4 tl Yn1W Tun ClUIC11 baseball bat and as Evans closed he struck him a terrific blow on + the head Evans fell like a log apparently dead He was carried to the office of Dr S Cohn in a very critical condition True has not been arrested as no blame Iis attached to him- BASEBALL PLAYERS AND FOOT RACERS 1- roulJ 1 Krurcr oxotminploii Iona UU IreIou rarer UtUVIIIJUI and 11Utla- ndwrltntkLrlulll Dunn my trnluliur f eight wrrk tool rariMMl Hult lake Ulty April last I UMH Italian Hnow IJnl meat to mjr rmtrt mtUiactlon There ra l hlally nflIlIlIIeftJ Anxw IAulmerlt loalwdoaroreublMwIthrpmin1nuosOreleItxlnillnr7tefibatlddart INiwitltr Drug Hlorx IB and Helm A HilitOil The Rlverview High School colored G T Halliburton principal has closed its years work and held its anual commencement exercises Wednesday night The Courier printed some very appropriate Invitations for the High School The principal says they have had a successful and satisfactory year A M Shaw of State Line was In town Wednesday Mrs D B Wilson is spending a ices days at Dawson Springs Mrs Lou Luten and son Walter near Moscow were in town Tuesday trading Mrs Maggie Handle and Mrs T Stephens went to Fulton Tues ay for a short visit Mrs Williams of Newbern Tenn arrived in the city yesterday to visit the family of J E Fuqua i Mrs S M Hubbard returned Sunday from an extended visit in Louisville and Dawson Springs Dave Prather who has been attending the University of Louis ville Is at home on a few weeks visit to his parents The Methodist people are holding services In the court house Preach SundaySchool Dont fail to hear the band con cert Tuesday night If the weather Is unfavorable it will be given on Thursday night A wise man has said The man that cant use advertising In his t business has no business to be in business and generally isnt Mr Chas H Johnston wife and child and Miss Lillian Johnston of dayshisW A Johnston ii- k jA tr 1 U L 11 iJ NICKELODEONEspecially t Hickmans Latest Attraction LifeMotion Pictures Illustrated Songs We are here permanently with permanent fUture and propose to give to the Hickman publle honest clean whole some service at a minimum price Youll be surprised to see how much we give We make entire change of program twice a week Performances every afternoon and evening at City Hall Come out tonight and see the latest sensation 100 to X ShotADMISSION H 5 Gents Three States Items John Bryant of Dorena was here ThursdayMr made a Witness trip to East Prairie last week Alex Barnes spent the week end With his family at Hfeknxm Messrs Sanders and Tyner and Mrs Baker west to Hlekmas MondayMrs Barnes and two oblldren Thela and Jerry spent several days with Mr Barnes last week Mrs Ballow spent several days in Cairo this week returning so the Stacker Lee Wednesday Rev Hunt preached here the fourth Sunday He will pteaok every fourth Sunday lor ue Mrs Polhaums and littte son Lester of East Prairie spent ICy eral days with her mother Mrs Jones last week We are having too much rain to get our corn platted Several have plowed up their cotton as they did not have a good stead Corn putUttt is slow p as we shapebetweenup soon and we will make a bumper crop Ed Barnes spent several days at East Prairie with his family He and his wife went down to New Madrid to the Drummers associa lion He reports a nice time Not a single Courier subscriber was fortunate enough to receive a paper at all last week Cant say whose fault it is Wt every once in a while we fail to get a pa per at all pghtiagGeneral we neglected to send any Items as my last found Its way to the waste basket hope we will have better luck next time JonesColemanBaker attended the Pie Supper on No8 last week Miss Jones took the cake as the prettiest girl When it comes to pretty gjrls and handsome men we are there all the time lUew rat quick ami evrlAln rellel Iron Ur HlMxip1 Mntrla ointment ItvaMmrivIl to nuula atone tor Ittv nut IU Helton 1s pad tine awl certain lt MM pntafuL prutnul bjrItitout hold lijr all U mM Forthcoming Fourth Y IMlrprndr ee du my bor Will urtljr I IMIH INI ymr And you M11 lMr your than of fey trlatrklk ear Ill brtM nm IHMIM n hr tewleihAnd kwtpeasp ymir ikttte And MI for mill pttnd y i tlMiM play Wllk all rout Illtto wnlea Ail M wltk luftoli lIMe yew run Awl rile IIMNI M Itbte- ISMIDhe how Uwn Wai ih dee tend M tMtaimre Awl OV9T Ml the TMMAt MUHtt- A left rf MMW well iriAH Awl I wtM IM UM ItMttall hound Awl jwi she mHMileMM ttVM wnllow deeply In the MWW Awl think mt Vanes l wirw Tlit MMrjr wnKowtMiti itmi wve 4111fHtIre Awl we mutt MM Miter ninon A tNM1 tart we 0wt M ejrt Ute Bterteu war N Uohe Well ttke TlUna tw Rue iwtlieriM Mini Ijr rmiHt the ml not Hn olkaced Mrek Well hat llw l M4m lmi MM- I n i h Uuement ttt ike okiirek Eczema and Pimples byZlDtOZBMO draws the gvrms to the surface of the skin and dw troys them leaving a nice clear healthy skin Write E Vf Rose Mcd Co 8t Lonlt Mo for sample All PruggUU tell XEMO For mile by Helm of EttUen The farm is the only fountain of smith 1Mnulnnr wnrlr keepsII I 1 heavy straining labor and able to profitably hose younger men Jraduatillg but often more expert tasks which delight a master of his occupation and help him carry health and enthusiasm to a green old age To Snuff Users When you buy snuff you want the best Red band Pure Scotch Snuff Is the kind that will give you complete satisfaction It is made from the highest grade of snuff tobaccos carefully cured and is all its name implies a pure Scotch Snuff of the very highest quality 3 Col M V B Griffey was in town Monday and left at this office some developedSomothlng of year The Hickman Furniture Co mile have a large line of settees and lawn swings call and see them IRON BEDS I carry at all times n complete lino of furni ture of all kindH Rockers Mattresses Springs cots Sewing Machines nt special prices Picture framing n specialty Complete lino of Gaskets and Burial Robes Hoarse furnished when wanted 1 F MONTGOMERY UVMrot0eattuverthetore re- r L k h N i i i i i THE A Sof E COLUMi I I t I Ilt r I 1 + I It e I + h BY MR J H SAUHDKRS I wonder how many of our read era study their Sunday School les sons If they have studied the his tory of Joseph closely they ought to have learned a lesson in farming You remember that Joseph interpret od Pharaohs dream and foretold seven years of bountiful crops to b followed by seven years of famine Joseph was at once made governor of Egypt and he bought up all the corn the farmers dumped on the market They had bumper crops for seven years and according to the law of supply and demand the supply was largely ahead No doubt they dumped their crops at very low prices expecting these bumper crops to continue always But what were the results The first year of the famine the sspplies ran low They soon began to give up their cattle and live stock Next they sold their farms and finally sold their children their wives and themselves into bond age for bread No doubt the agri cultural schools then as now encour aged the farmers to raise big crops to make two blades of brass grow where one grew before To In crease their crops ten bushels to the acre to improve their soil so that it would raise more and more and more but never a word about saving their crops for dearths Egypt still has a very fertile soil Her farmers can raise twice as many bales of cotton per acre as we can raise on our best farms Egypt was once the cradle of literature the home of wealth one of the leading nations of the world Today she enjoys tb same fertile soil the same climate the same annual inundation of the Nile to fertilise and irrigate her fields but what is the condition of her people With the enslavement of her farm ers came the destruction of her liberties the death of her education the end of her greatness Today her farmers toll like slaves and produce large crops for whom Their children labor in the cotton fields In the day when they should be in school and at night they pile up in their bread ovens to keep pigsThey degraded largeito England still furnish them so many bushels of seed and the Egyptians must fur I raThey name but as a matter of fact they are really and truly as much slaves as the Hebrews who were beaten be cause they did not complete their tasks in the brickyard But have we learned anything by the ex EgyptWement at Washington agricultural colleges and experiment stations in every state in the union to teach us what How to raise more bushels more pounds more corn tobacco or hay on an acre ot ground but if some one offers to teach the farmer to hold his crop for a better price such a tiacher Is a pessimist an an archist an enemy to mankind Does some one urge farmers to build granailei elevators ware houses or cribs in which to hold their corn for famines What are we advised to do with such teachers Last year we raised the largest crop the U S ever produced Yet we find an army of men collecting in Chicago to teach the farmers how to produce ten bushel more per acre Wheat is now worth one dollar per bushel and corn fifty to sixty cts per bushel But who owns all the millions of bushels that we raised last year Who is reaping tbe priceWho benefit of the large crops in Egypt ever since the days of Joseph Who is today robbing the poor child of Egypt of his education of the profits of his toil Who has been benefit trd all these thousands of years since the days of Joseph by the large crops ot Egypt by her fertile IrrigationIf corn more per acre than we have been raising who will be benefitted Mr Wilson tells us that we rais grainlastrecd 40 million dollars less for it 77 8UUerf Star Best Laundry In the South I whathappens At Smith Ambergs UBasketFRANK SMITH Agt Weak Women arMWT o Mlp Hut wtlh flat wltrMtmenualMfmbkifil One U l L Hii tt both nn Imptwun1 I1 MIUU IMey r11hlt4rIM JIlKpr IMupilNwwtln the ct++ hirwt lIr pI 11 nnttxwnr trab- nthnwgha tbe- BeneSin NlgMtbnunnmelmpnndonhii- naw 4Jetlp H IOCIttIft IOTP a Jhflln t menu exttna bntlt loot WMltwuM and ilttetAnrM wWIe tbI ilrttoraUve enn nrreis sbxme1 kulkM up a r wbeoplpm4iiilHsidndkoilljyiktaai tre nlqtoibeirtUia rorpoltlveiotalbIptuS- iwaDr Shoops Night CureA- LL DEALERS It we raise our production ten bush elf per aore will we not diminish our price just that much Will we not increase our work and diminish our pay1 Then why not erect barns sheds elevators etc and hold our crops until we get pay for our labor 1 Mr Farmer are these Egyptians really free if they pay thousands and millions of dollars every year to their Turkish and English mast ers True they are not slaves in name but are they not in reality as much slaves as the negroes who worked for their masters before the Civil War Stop a moment ned think Are those Igyptians freemen orslVlI- Me Farmer if some one sets UTe price on your labor tells how much you must pay for everything you buy and how muck you must get for everything you sell Is he your friend or your master Can you heW up your head and say that you are really enjoying the liberty that our fathers fought for at Bunker HH1 Braodywine Cowpens and York townThey Insisted a paltry tax of a few as on tea and tamps i you pay millions wit of every orp you raise They opposed Taxation without an7morethat levies millions on your labor than our fathers had In the British Parliament They had to take up arms in defence of their rights You have no need to rake a sword or Ere a gun Ereat year own ware houses store your own crops and secure your own prices Bet cay do this alone Canine farmer resist the board of trade any more than one oelony oeuki resist parlia ment Under the leadership ot Patrick Henry James Otis John and Samael Adams and such patriots they became free Now is the time to put forth yvur best efforts Now is the time to tie up every bushel of wheat and corn in the farmers hands Why riot have a fair price for the Rat lb or the first bushel just as well as thl youdo111Npyex pap Iff 1 h w raw nt wkTrialtIaeJiwt h aatJirHkotl pftMM ese are tfoo ale u IITiellIe awe axAddrenall dealer General Farm Notes Allyfourmilehorse worldTo poorlydevelopedfor light yields and to sew weed with it is inviting disaster Rats and mice have no right on the farm pension list Get the cats to investigate their claims Some say the hopper dry feeding system with poultry encourages the rats Better watch Do not experiment with new wheats other aredoingnot recommend a grain we should bigstoriesvenders LegIslaturewards to counties building good roads the basis being 1000 for gravelthebalanceTheexpeodedandprobabtyappropriate oftheand million bushels and it is doubt thisisthat at any time the worlds bread renewillIforthnight Luck has something to do with good crops but skill wins at last He learns to raise the crop in the lorcesblmthelowestpositionto M9ya4b errr absriI iaint== Most Economical Ii I G BECAUSE IT IS JU H P is l i t i 1B P S rn B P S irf Lii Ask for L P S cat and of od son relo ber On Dr J the man who so a are his in last and it is the report was He had to a W P had the his Co ZINC AND SEED OIL PAINT MADE ON A PERFECT FORM ULA THO R 0 UGH L Y MIXED AND GROUND iifINTO it ABSOLUTE FINENESS cdrchitects Economy because S Pnint uniform I1l1tl1tIII quality uuesoolludinsuring nntifit Painters Economy because Pnhil works Just right with mum covering mid sprouding JKJHT Property Owners Economy because Paints hnvo uxocplionnl onpttoity and durnbilit HELM fl ELLISON Sealed IOrtdenoepa1M plates color houses FR8E RHEUMATISMThe CURED The Circulation Stimulated and 1he Muscles and Joints lubricated by using S1orsLirvinveivt XY Price 25c 6100 Sold 011 Dealers Sloans Treatise The Sr ref Address Earl SSloan Boston Mast Kelly mysteriously S4pp from home Fulton week returned home safe said nnfoWded beoll Jackeon TOR lIItIHickmans hmddiog urdertakcr atI CoMPUlYlnoerporat Hunt thumb on lIIuradilYhneMengel Box ontyplace LEAD liN TO r t trLA e LL i 50c Jj by l Horse I Wwols i i v r I Last week we rep LI dent in which Urn was stating thaw u fractured Hit not t r thought In this w formed as the hOlti w i two places and 111 y considered bad one been put In a platter but it will be somrtirr + wilt be permitted 10 g- tThe Hiokman i Inc keep an nprrl taker In their store as night calls will be prurr te cd Telephone No Endorsed Check Gives NO Ground For Dispute Ki The endorsement upon tfie back6f each chs a dt evidence that the party received1 p ymeni Kt This endorsement makes each cKeck and iiili able receipt for the amount paid No need to pay allIa second timer Pay by check its the safest way W We offer exceptional advantages for checking s counts both large and sm- allIHICKMAN BANKXuOJCI4AN JLY cf iEItTETTT ej II First Impresions Count 1 Since the individual man is first be lrefally sel feels reconH by his hand a panel11therec cted9ne the sense of utc ed at IS- sOlnetlung of In these combInatIon clothes of smartness of style stmg materials and good workmanshIp that gives the j wearer an added individuality Gtlemen of discriminating taste wear r Pecks HandTilored Clothes Hatsr andFigure Solo Agent for the celebrated cCRAWESJJ Itl1 hat that made 3 L HnnJtomc Neckwearlint of IstpeaII L I I I H Hlit II 4M tor coal V wu IIn Fulton 20 for the Us a spent Stimlay In 1- ire frtm Hsshvflle iiti IIi total the Hrtte itle irmtiirc Co Inc in urnUure and the school child her threemonth libra keep clean your ti work Must be con- c eestni J umrarrs ef Oreen will preach at the next Sunday cedei and groceries cheap- assiI completed four j i vfmont in front off property on Try tio bunt a new iron f his property both E a r A decided Improve c property and to the it is located 1111111l1AAA AAAAAAAAA WAA Helm Ellison iUlier i Saturday iir and warmer Sunday nitttled uncertain I Monday I Stormy Local Tuesday rains j Wednesday Fair weather Thursday Warmer i TIMES COMING Jf KENTUCKY hrrtntr- t YYYYww t I iI Usc Rsd naRd Pure hntAhrmtf t B G Hale was in Union City does Shaw Betterswcrth ItUl Co and tee Big chew for 5o at the opera house Afternoon and night Russell Johnson returned Monday from a shirt visit In St Louts Hiokman Furniture OB fine Undertakers Telephone N2d Chas Parham and R L Bradley were Union Qty visitors Sunday Before buying let us show you our line Hickman Furniture Co At the shoot Wednesday after noon S L Dodds took the medal getting twenty out of twentylive The Hlokman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the bulldldg both day and night Tele phone No 20 Sunday afternoon at 3 00 oclock F H Vernor pastor of the Christian Church will preach at Graves SchoolHouse Mrs David McLaughlin and son David C left Wednesday for St Louis after three weeks visit to her mother Mrs J N Bradshaw The postoffice department has an nounced the annual of salaries of Kentucky postmasters We notice in the list that Postmaster Stephens of this city gets a raise from 1600 to 1700 The Chnldrcni Day Entertain ment at the Christian Church will be given at the Sunday School hour 9 45 a m Sunday next Preaching and Communion services at 10 45 a m subject Evidence of Pardon Evening services at 7 4S subject Will Faith Alone Save While new laws are being made would it not be advisable to enforce those which are already on the or dinance book We have an ordinance which prohibits loitering around the depot platform but what good does it dol It is almost impossible for a person lo get to the office of the depot for the Idle negroes forever loafing around the platform leading to the office A person roust scrouge between them in order to pass and 1it tr Iis at times absolutely impossible for a lady to walk on the platform and must necessarily walk around Something is needed to be done along this line r it Is the duty of the officers of the city to see that such nuisance are abated and It IIs high time something was dour to stop the ii rufi5 n1i l tGfhenl lnr Miss E M Watson is visiting Miss Ruth Klmbro this week The Hlckraan Furniture Co Inca for coffins and caskets tele phone ne 20 The Christian Endeavor will meet pest Sunday evening at the Courthouse at 645 Arthur Hale has accepted a post Ilion In CowgiUs Drug Store as dls penser of soft drinks Robert Isler went to Dawson Springs Wednesday night and will be absent about two weeks The Undertaker at the Farm ers Hardware Co will answer your calls promptly day or night Mrs Chas Foltz who has been visiting Mrs Jno Klstner returned to her borne in St Louis Sunday H C Barrett the undertaker is with the Farmers Hardware Com pany the house of the weather was very inclement Saturday horse swapping was much in evidence Everybody should give this proposition a boost It brings folks to town Frank McCracken who has been in the employ of the Mengel Box Color several years in the office at Hickman will leave on the 16th for Cincinnati where he goes to accept a position Dr P W McKeel Iis ill at his home on North Seventh street of blood poison One of his arms was scratched a few days ago and he became too ill to sit up Sun day and his condition yesterday caused much uneasiness Being blessed with strong vitality there Is hope that he will soon recover Mayfield Mirror r = Such as Wild Cherry IMiOv plmto Egg Coco Coin Malted Milk Phnri phato or any of the other tonio drinks can always bo hall at our fountain ice oold and nerved just right HELM Jb n If ou Gong this IH tho place to it your outfit I tory tliij hero for tho Travel GrhuodH Suit Handbags and Telescopes Fancy Underwear Hosiery variety rwwwwlemon oddsHickman 1Local Notes produce Forecasts II Face famous SundayWhat Incorporated readjustment e- vilIiz vil Incorporated qualityAlthough TonicDrinks Phosphate ELLISON Are to- Janestown Trurks Cases and great precariously r i riIolflg PuiliOi i iWe will continue to close our Drug Store at 11oclock on Sunday mornings- If persons desiring medi callI27I their calls promptly Respectfully Cowgills Drug Store Inc A nice lunch on short notice at the Elite Cafe- Paul E Shaw of State Line was in town Wednesday Highest price paid for country produce at Cavitls Sundayitb completedhis operahousenlghtScPhone number 51 for H C Barrett the undertaker Night phone number 164- Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no 48 for coal Hlokman Ice and coal Co Lee Baltzer left Sunday for Cov ington Tenn to resume his posi tion with his brother at that place For several weeks he has been work ing in CowgiUs Drug Store The Hickman Furniture Co Inc have the largest stock of Undertakers goods in Western Kentucky which can be fitted up at all times on short notice Telephone number 20 An election was held Wednesday to elect three trustees to the Hick man College School Board The result of the election was the election of C L Walker Chas Schlcn ker both reelected and H C liar rett a new trustee The Paducah NewsDemocrat came out this week with a special trade edition or rather a Greater Paducah edition Paducah is shown to an advantage by numerous halftones and meritorious writeups of the town her business men promot ers and her municipal advantages The edition shows Paducah to advan tage and reflects credit and shows enterprise upon the part of the MewsDemocrat management ft l J i Hananand andEclipse SHOES w Best on Earth for the- prices 350TO 650 Kentucky Ia1tzer Friday9tq coolingI Shirts u AL1 A 1iMrs Cora Hampton of Crystal Tenn and her sister Mrs William Smith of Clayton Tenn were in Hickman Wednesday trading When they started home late in the afternoon and were going down the hill on Troy Road just outside the city limits the harness in some manner broke or came unfastened and scared the horse A runaway was the result and at the foot of the hill Mrs Hampton was thrown from the buggy to the ground suffering several painful injuries Her collar bone and nose were broken and we are informed that she suffered internal injuries Dr Luten was called and adminlsterd to the lady and she was left with friends who will see that she will want for no attention Christian Workers Coming The Womans Foreign Missionary Conference of the Memphis Confer ence will convene in Hickman at the Court House next Tuesday night June 11th Rev Lewis Pow ell of lit Church Memphis will preach the opening sermon after which will follow the communion service The regular business session will open on Wednesday 9a m and there will be three services a day untlll Friday morning We are expecting at least one hundred delegates besides visitors i and women of the other denomina tions are going to help entertain these Christian workers for which help we arc very grateful We earnestly invite all the people of Hickman to attend these meet ings and especially the women ofHickmanThe Commlttle is call ed to meet at the Court House at 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon June 11th A member of the Local Society FancyMix Tutti Frutti Ico Croam and Cherry flavoring and a few whole cherries on top That makes a delicious Sundae Try it Thats our advice lOc HELM do ELLISON r 0 i C rttICourier Want Column aMr4u j Oiemixrt lnItatilll natt tt iuti for MatvaI u I JAMBSH + FOR SALEA good milk cow Apply toN J Corum 52 FOR SALE CHEAP Two store countersW F Montgomery 47tf 1 FOR RENT 5 room house cis tern outbuildings etc Good locat ion Apply at this office 52 a FOR RENT House with six rooms in heart of town 10 a month Apply at Courier office Sltf goldframedturned to George Edmonds 52 STRAYED from my place in Hickman on Sunday 19th a mouse colored mule Return for reward to Grecn Keys 51tf WANTED Laborers on trench Twelve months work TIlE E H ABADlECo Tyler Building Louis ville Ky S3 FOR SALE CHEAPA fine piano must be sold quick for cash Has a very sweet tone and beautiful finish This is an exceptional opportunity i to have a good instrument in your home Inquire at Courier office52tfii Examination The examination of applicants for appointment to State College will beheld at the Court House Fri day and Saturday June 21 and 22 j There will be two appointments made this yeartt1 Dora M Smith Co Supt Revival Meeting a A series of revival meetings will be held at the Holiness Church of Christ in East Hickman on Moscow Avnue beginlng Sunday June 9th i Rev G M Hammond of Malden Missouri will conduct the services assisted by two lady preachers and j by Rev L W Swanner P C of the above named church All Christians are respectfully in vited to come and help in this battle for lost souls 0- I 1 tiI II t f a l ll i t i Mica Axle Grease Best lubricant for axles in the worldlong wearing and TCrJ ad ban Makes a teary load draw Ifte a light one Srt ball the wear on waxen and tam and Increases the earning eafueft of year outfit Ask rear dealer for flea Axle Grttllt SIAM ARDt- D OIL CO I Cast Book Store Splendid Selection NeW Books- 8YLtioatrryr Post CarcteNotion Etc willI EveryMug MHJ ItealssB o Si Jwpyy bow sttMeet Your Friends and at LAUDERDALES aIre f TlPARLORSare II3 Best in Hickman Hot and s Cfilajure and everything for comforts CUntca St mckmanlZr- Next death door to Jones Cafe ABSOLUTELY The Best I of held grew Millionaire Canned Goods hose HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products was ttbe CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS and whose areintI I intICallwhen in need of to I GROCERIES fFRESHI FEED STUFF Telephone 6 3 deliveries He being orRanoe So upon is jjoy even Jith= Lfaimdr E 1 chIJI1 r Fulton Steam Laundry cH the and will appreciate a fII road E i patronageBasket J year Parhams i leaves Tues of JIla Willcall for your laundry Chester Barnes JI1I The 4W9 of UJDrDENTIST OIUco over At Oowgill Drug Storeci HSoknuin Kentucky PV one Toss Courier will be glad to send else frleeds away from Hlckmaa Mfit cedes of this paper Just s vt m Uwfc Manes cad ddrN ouner s iE8J1 hllhf1plAfOTClallaII puwrrheKArtb held HO IUW thlHK tkan ibi mudThe1011 A iioble woiiumnoiNl Thu la the work He VM N them 14sTn hMrt The Inlm of temIrrBril IIllr lo ir n quern of liomn litlTtllcller beeltuw of you Jtoller lo klM a HtlltH- eInmpledd purpuml iwret Bellvr to uldn with lOVlBK hi Ht The llttln lUIHllilll rMil llciirr to feel the temlrreUip- i ifpert arms round your HMk TItAn tolI upl n the prude ttltuxe With natloHi at roar feat The best use we can make of our life isi to live so that we shall be a benediction to every one we meet The happiest persons in the world are not those who have the most done for them but those who do the most for others Life is hard for many people an have no right to withhold any word or touch or act of love which lighten the load or oheer the heart of any fellow struggler Did you ever stand in the goldan sunlight of a warm day with your eyes turned upon a sheet of fly paper If so you may have noticedI when ORe ny adheres to the surface its companions in of profiting by the horrible warning immediately buzz down go to destruction in the same manner and in a little time there hundreds m the throes of death are fools to be sure and s men Men see their associatesI caught in the nets of vice There examples and warnings all about beluga but they treat them as lightly as do files and step down tofct just as Instantlyw THE CARPENTERS S- ONTartbpeuedtolytbmappointmentsbut the light of day The child developed and RUt promise a wonderful career For a season bybeabout him concerning the life atwblcblIfiffilliks authority for saying that They life pITbilthe man of Galilee Across darkness of the world there i flashed the light of a personality beams still radiate with apure a undeviating glow Its beams still as potent to send warmth a human soul as in the days the multitudes were hastening him from every quarter So widespread is his influence that In hroughcut the length and breadth Christendom church spires are pointing heavenward in His namev chool doors are opening in which people may enter and study the principles of the civilization which came to establish Families are I organized and homes budded an ordinance that He founded u+ widely has He come to be known H nut the fountain of the worlds purest a that in the hour of sorrow and death stricken hearts pause they may hear Him whisper uLet not your heart be troubled As I am with you always by of CHANGE The secret of happiness Is constant within the limitations ofr eason and common sense A rut inI human soul Is like a rut in the dangerous and upsetting It- we must remain at the same tasks after year for nearly the whole a lifetime then it should be our onstant effort to get all the variety- we can into our lives in other ways fact that farmers wives go insane more than any other class of persons is attributed to the terrible monotony of their lives which are unceasing round of hard work 5At metal wears out that point speed It is precisely the same with lives One dull round of thought doing the same tasks at the same I hour year after year will breakdown the finest strongest brain So get out and have a vacation least give yourselves a vacation thought Read new things walk along fresh roads t look at new pictures and new buildings Invite fresh new thought always to your soul so shall you keep always younge not so sure that your fondest theory is exactly the coruct Standing still is decay death Hold the same plow handle bend over the same del forty years with your thoughts chained down to them and you become a humped shouldered old hunk blind deaf TheCutnan Mritf doctet to hb IelAdydoesnt know of any medl cine that will ewe female your suptroublesicons knifegAThat such a medicine illthowAndaj i l I y much I ever OFCARDU ill my sh Cures Womb and Disease you you M lea fared the Kves of 1BA tyhe vt k dck woaen and rttcuftl ou lIS from a lifetime of chronic sick RM It will cure you II you wilt It I 1eelIISoUtrs la SI 00 bottle I CAYS ur surroxTDt I wore A Kirporttr for feu yeas to keep up njr womb1 write Mis 5 J ChrUmin r MtnntviUeHY My doctor sal M aedldn wouU help me Attt Is tattnc CarJul I pre up sy sup wetJI weak and disagreeable I Keep up with the wagon Cham I your old views and habits for M and better ones when you find then lookouto If them t TRIBUTE TO WOKEN Place her among the flowrs her as a tender plant amyoe t thus make of her a tender tan t I and she becomes a thing of Ea C waywardness and folly Shl iis by a dewdrop incited by I touch of a butterflys wing ridy I taint at the sound ofa beetle or rattling of a windowsash at night and Is even overpowered byhc perfume of a rose bud But let r il calamity come rouse her affections enkindle the fires of her being aid mark her then how strong Iis her heart Place her in the heat of battle give her a child a bird or to protect and see h her white arms as a chili t forehead praying for to protect the helpless Trani her into the dark places of the call forth her energies to action and her breath becomeI a heal- Ing her presence a blessing She disputes inch by inch the strides of stalking pestilence when man the strong and brave pale and affrighted shrinks away Misfortune hurts beat er i she wears her life in silent endurance and goes forth with lei timidity than to the bridal altar prosperity she is a bud full odors waiting for the winds of versity to scatter them abroad but untried In the furnace THERE ARE FEW MreIhemMrthInaerllydulHll a moil Important organ In the 11Lh liMbeR will keep It In condition V It I I hlmpkliM Alln TtlIIU welters I CIa I ed llerUno lor OhTlli and Ke er end alid I the tMMt metllelne I errr UMH 6 I tea111 without IU Illift tad for blld It la for urnwttup pueplp and I feel mewl II It I HIM for ijtOrtppe HoM jKuwKllln I ra MUtrw lite ntxl llrtm b KlllaH The Democratic officials of villa are so completely knocked the ousting decision of the Court Appeals that they will not ask a rehearing They expect to vacate June 2- 6Eczema Is Now Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation for external two Blopn itching Instant and dwtroTd the germs that cauao ak disease Eczema quickly yiilds and permanently cornil fy thus rennrknb- medicine AllDrugafrtsWrite fore m pie EWltoeoM OoS Ian lo For dale by Helm t ll oIWilliam Coburn the oldest min an Western Kentucky died la week at his home near Hopklnavlll- He was born in the Cheviot Hills February 9 1799 and the age of thirtythree years came Amrieca He was a Confederate veteran At the close of the war he located in Christian county where he died Freshest line of groceries I town can be found at Shaw Bet terswoiths a T DAVIS ttoruc at IW 11Will practice in all courts the State Office over Handles store- HICKMAH KENTUCKY MI Interesting Letter The following letter was received- neck by Postmaster Stephens writer formerly lived in Hick and is possibly known to our l- Ktngman Am May 71 1907 J T Stephens Hiokman Ky arStr I wish to thank you for kindness In sending mcthe plement to the Courier It me much plearure to receive It although there were few pictures In I could recognize Hickman is birthplace but I have not passed of my life there It is how endeared to me by many child memories and as the home of my fathers people I have for many years lost all trace of any of relatives on that side of the house I have heard my moths my grandfather both mention many times and it may be that can recollect them as well as to able to give me tome news ol those whom I have lacked news from My mother was the wife ol Wesley B Walker who you know not live long Grandpa Walker was known to everyone as Uncle Billy and kept hotel there long be fore the war I know uncle John and Blllle and Aunt GeOrgie are all dead but did not Ge tgle leave any children Who is Claude Walker he related to our branch of the Walkers If yw can put me is touch with any ef them 1 would be very clad also any of the old 0 timers if it would not tire you to tell me news of them What beoil came of Peny Overtoil and toUyoil and the younger Fwpiai also Judi Kmgmans family I suppose Iras Blanton to long since load W Mill Via Stephens related to you have heard my mother so oftI speak of her There are so could ask about when my mother was there a bride who seem kHn tc me through her talk I lrOllt1- It bhtoIeta itcymay never be left to Ke to ruler It o taaaded luoh a wide sweep of the river and from its vantage has boon watched the ebb and tide of war Tones there I made my Arst speech ia public at one of the gathering to do honor to the soldiers our boys Ivppoe the old Walker house Is destroyed Hoes welt do I remember the old Tyler home and the Rolaeka There were so many lovely places and views round tauter Hickman that I wish I could have cards of I hope you will pardoner not think me Imposing too much OR your kindness Hoping you may favor me with a reply and that remember my mother as welt as fathers people I am thanking yet for your favor Very respectfully Kdmonla B Ay CURES ECZEMA ITCHING MORS PIMPLES AND CAR- e BUNGLES COSTS HOTlY INC TO TRY OEIli H1U IM + UH IHtMtw fcitM U a r+H- lr Mire euro refNexlr Itehlmi ckta eb Mule watnrr Mliur INI Jd1I1flIIo UMHM ur NHHI4 I knrrnlplNhrklK MIMR Mo ul M rte ItnUMr Muod HnlM eetet Ut awl IIMHt lvl eo M I IHIT irarlllHC rm rltNalJ the- herelyrltyHrrhwdtb h4 M Mt tIhtl IIMNerrrw rr 1 elrtt M rnet rlHwrf healhwtbklae brakvw door t nlr I red arHl nww IhIIlC Krlrt1My u1 T relorehroNe11raw that ttortor tni iitrtllaliMM Nrlra full W eejf gltwlNYIl tor rownHwrMarMyWIN w dDo You Want To Sellout Do you want to sell your house and lot piece of land or real estate of any kind The Courier has augurated a Real Estate Dep ment and you can list your property with us in this department and vertise it without cost to you w adWe ever unless a salt is affectedly will list your real estate advet yMLrge you a per cent which amount will be agreed upon at the time property is listed II relieves of all worry and responsibility If you have any real estate for planefhousestoI re ANCIENT ROME IU now inertly a memory of the rnt I trdntmttlIIfatnllrllntntofI 1141nn lIr- I for llhmiinnlUin Itiirin Uuti Hbrnlm twtruxn Unit 11 IJnlinenl for Itliruinntlin and nil ohCowrllli VHlllMJIUa u Lee Holder who was last weekI convicted of the murder of father in the Oblon circuit court has been sentenced to hang on day July 12 at the jail in Union appealednconvictdlage if the sentence of the court Is carried montbbeCorlJJ 0 anflit NOTICE r Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid byithe TENTH will be cut off This took effect November 1 1000 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office HH wi at the Ice factory Office open from 7 a m until 6 p m any day except Sunday and on the Oth and 10th of each month it is open until 9 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co Inc- A 0 CARUTHERS Mgr 4 I4 1 Will build y- ouALIOME ON 1 A8Y MONTHLY l Al CIM It will pay you to investigate this plan eItwill interest you if you are paying rent liRe of building luUrul Ui 1 the eaty flWWpUte hardware carry aelrh cad deers a be bond Nt t1tc city My yI arerifiW You be the ttHlgr i salt ud see A JCJDS HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Livingston ESTAHLliRXO Tom Dillon Sr Prop SwcoMor B ItesMr I Marble and Grunite- M0l1ul11ents cunfUNP WORK of a Kinds Iron FENCING mpHICKMAN KENTUCKY j5inHUCLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thntiwo offor to dopogftora Othor in duooinonts nro of tiooondtiry important Upon tins Guarantee we solicit your jwlronagc i J A THOMPSON i rtlur 11 I3t1 1 l tiNAK Proaidont nI0OR1SeII HIKIHANAN J J IIUMIUKANT u U TllltllEta nJ W ALKXAMIKH U MISIKK Ile J 1111 IIIL11p artTA IKDPUItl r flaxYOU WANTo- u A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality It- the a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar youantee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains anti Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters nLcarWes J R A R R Y HICKMAN KENTUCKY muchrand prejudice existed and especially where people think more of their religionhisto Smithland till the denominational- FrI strife is eradicated root and branch from the minds of the people Danner AMEN If you want to make your wile happy just let Shaw Beltcrsworth fill that bill of groceries ls to C STONfc A HAPPY MOTIF r wllleIlea her 1111todu lliU a KWH uraellr Many llehleeuner from rorn mother dont know ItH r- feyerMt nod dpwut slrep nt trniltilnl with ionicbiVnnlfuiie will elron out the a mild DlenMiit wey Olleetrlwl flesh a Irlel Irlru- Owflll I llruf store IHr Ii Enloe Ice I J I Let the Htckman sell you some of their coal j use no other Telephone 41 Notary Public al the t rl r Oifice af ntatl 1i r w Zt lr 9 laYh Sll1H1et lHI P rI I I n J u Lia Liu Lil l