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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rtf1frir r Of- Hickman Jy LJiliU THE HIeNMAN eOURIERTssro Ikat Pulls the ComnareM Wsgnn p hup the nn v of Success The COIUfer hs Spnkia Good Tem Grease the Axles af Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up a j ITDlNortIfTDOn HICKMAN IlanIfBi8W8liED 1R TDE IEA 1151 Vv Novelties In Belts ewelt novelties rr and ltstlor- 4 ornament v buckles and every otter tion yw might lottl In IMS ladieo IIIIltl IIv but aloat- rat ffOlfl nine from sit to 150 SIIIUt1ur 11lilIln- vr tt Yloderate- IIPrices I as a- E 1 art limIIo ate 11 stems b btfWttl r1i hate to oaf rllc at a r t adNQ1 a Jiuvi Irtr the due always girt turn 1 to 5 Belt Buckles rv xUrttitve- iredt Tlfee- awi iI oa Inkl0jarse fe II 2V to 95c tae w vthe dtliens td iin favor of Irys carrying If The women a tare part in the everyten harfa bribery n furnish ior prloedI atIAcreage Is shirt and Is y P and high prices tins have alio done many sections ac kman tt- t r is the one who 1 1Jren In the block t porch ++t jlr are shameful and opportunity y do low things J TheyWhen they squander ompanions when tie they waste I In botch e i blundering and ys over and over c rightriirden I etc Hr 1 ATI never realizes ttIH a o endure until he jc u home a couple oft to the children atrrIlra a short visit to a Hickman papa You Need Now in made of Rte mamas aril percales neat dark detached and cuffs coat and regular SOo 100 and 160 Underwear ooot sleeves home tr length drawers underwear obtainable garment SOo The Es ftlara Of the congressmen who have served since the foundation of this government more than in dividuals only thirtyfour have twenty years or more The longest was that of John H Ketcham of Mew York who thirtythree years and was a mem ber when he died Mr Cannon of Illinois who comes next has thirtytwo years Stave he is elected to the next congrses hfviii if he lives to the end of his term take the first in the list of veterans M You never see a town without a fault until Just he is talon to his last platot Several esteemod are discussing the ten best things to eat We suggest hash that contains most of them M The interest in the Kentucky State Fair this year leads the Ken State of Agriculture which is in direct charge to believe that it will be the largest attended event of any kind ever held in the Slate The datesSept 1621 form a most propitious period for all classes of people The displays in all departments will be more com than ever while the amusements and the music will furnish a further excuse to citizens in all sections to make Louisville their during the week of September 16th +The season IU at hand lor discus sion of sane Fourth of July cele brations A sane celebration not be worth while 0 r A Lighter Suit antifruiting hnvoIstn ego 4 IIf you nro nnd do not iI+ 1t1I you can afford to buy a high priced wt want you to oomu in and KCO the vain wo tlxtrucJlHnuryI I nuuluiin priced OluLIIllI1 Itt 1250 and i 15o t Attractive Values Mens Furnishings figures driposdecks and effects attached styles Prlios fanoyootorlRgs l Mens Naliwoak sMrti with shortp lent coolest plainand Smith Amberg Hickman Kentucky t1 fourth therlant things 12000 served service served served place before resting contemporaries tucky Board plete before Mecca would that suit When we want to read something particularly funny wopick up some II household magasine and road an article onhhow to build a modest cottage for 6000 or peruse the Menus for the monthwritten especially for workingmen The average workingman who tried to follow out one 01 these menus for the month would find his monthly salary exhausted about Thursday of the first week M A divorce is a divorce whether the a its have been paid or not Is the substance of a finding made by Judge Harry C Montgomery of the Clark Circuit Court at Jefferson vile in a wit taken there from Floyd county He also held that a rule existing in the Floyd Circuit Court requiring costs to be paid bcfere a decree should be entered was void and of no effect Mr Stephenson Wisconsins new senator he taking the place made vacant by Mr Spooners resigna tienis 78 years of age and rated as a millionaire a dozen times over i Stephenson was born in a little log cabin on an isolated farm in the Canada backwoods He never had either time or opportunity to attend school He found his fortune by taking his savings and in a modest way investing them in timbered lands He represents in his person the survival and triumph of the sturdy hardy rugged self rcliant independent western stock The owners of the business houses which were destroyed by fire in Fulton last week will rebuild as soon as the debris can be cleared from the premises About half the stories told are not worth telling and most of those that are worth it are spoiled in the telling yet tr KV I Womens Artis tic Parasols tielInI fwewisht splendidiI White parasols In several MtylenJ They come with tucks hems and embroider daI dots Prices fro- m60cto350 FaHcy colored parasols all the latest novelties in eluding black and white chocks Prices from I 60c to 250 Sumnlnr Weight HosieryT- he season is on when yoa need light weight host rery and you wilt find here an excellent assortment and nL wide range from which to make your selections Ladles lace lisle hose shown in lace allover and verylatestpatternPrtoef J15c to lfiO Ladies Lisle Thread hose In very light cobweb weight price 15o to COo LatMes and children lace and lisle bose in the new golden brown shades at I61s fO lido Fans Its fan time now and we arc offering a great variety in every grade The lot consists of plain painted and spangled designs with wood and carved bone sticks Pricesii If our girls whether contemplat ing marriage or not who have home- and mothers would study the los t art of housekeeping and seek to render themselves efficient and proficient in the business for 1 it really is a business and profession of housekeeping and home making there would be fewer sorrowf innings and unhappy broken do lives because of trying to make a living in the mad scramble for situations which are already ova crowded and at best poorly pail- The j young wife who has found thatl life is something of a failure whenI soggy broad and muddy coffee is the rule or wheh store cooked foods are all that her table can set fore its king should learn 1 eliminate the merely ornate and do flat the everyday essentials per fecting herself In the few substan dials and keeping within the limits of her untrained strength Sfmpllf- and systematise should be her wato words Cotton reached 13 cents on the New Orleans market last Saturday being the highest price paid In four years Judging from the present prices of calico and cotton fabrics the planter should be receiving doubt this amount for his product 9lDr S K Davidson DENTIST Dillon oror Oowuilla Irua Storo Hickman Kentucky r4 j coMmeftcemelli8 t EXBfGiSBSij II Mark Closing of the Most Successful j terra ol School In History of Hickman CoHcgo mCKTAISMOaS FAR ABOVE AVERA- GThursday evening June 6th ou people enjoyed the splendid Com mencement of the class of 1907 The essays were well written and were toad with real touches of oratory the impersonations were ren dared with the grace charm and J I aCterIdisIpantomimes and the attractiveness of the costly1 costumes with the j III rntUr a tngw IDat the head of anI OaIitlrIloIIfIwt a low sad n I eat iltl Ulmn masterful execution of the interest ing program this commencement outranks all others ever held In Hick manIt was also a fit and crowning effort for the school year just closedI which it considered the most success ful in our schools history A shower of complimentary remarks was heard regarding the taste beauty and artistic effects of the entire program and the Courier ex tends congratulations to those who planned it and to those who so e cellontly rendered the program SECOND NIGHT On Friday evening the annual entertainment of the Musical depart mont was attended by a large audi ence Besides the numerous selec lions of music there were many other populat Sam ItCrowning the Queen14 Pickaninles the Broom Drill the Japanese Wedding and the i funny comedy Aunt Susan Jones OvermWill Can colored of Hiokman came over and was a loud and bols Cairoj ex of Cairo cordial and on the way home amused hlrrself by shooting out the windows of the oar for colored people As soon as the train pulled I j of I chargec t for him to board with Sheriff Finch until the September term of Circuit Court when permission will be givenII Carr to do a 100 stunt on the public CIthy I A Well Known Fact That no ekln dlscme whether fromI iinternal or oxtornul origin eta lung withstand the two iKiwirful gomlcidta I KKMO and KMUTUNK tllU y doHtroy the Kcrinft that cause the dicta thoj- ralwanciirc Writ fori inpU JiWKo o Mcd Co St Louis AU Druggists felt l For auto by tlelm Klanu- Examination The examination of applicants orJJ appointment to State College be held at the Court House Fri day and Saturday June 21 and 22 There will be two appointments made this year J 1 Dora M Smith Co Supt After serving for forty years as postmaster at Bluff Point Tenn I Richard M Anderson aged eighty years has resigned 4 11011 l quick and curtiilii retie from Iir KliixjpV Mntrlr Hutment IIrue note it U mAd alone for 1llm Hint It nation U poI F- Idanti fwrtnln lloblnir painful protruJ FItxjnu fold Uy nil Utulori cJJ = =IJ ItIUti 1ni 4 Offelal Paper Of Fulton County r1thaata 146 1906jBill Meat Inspection Bill and Pure Food Bill became laws- Kentucky State Railroad Commis Inlocal theEcharges of railroads Texas orrdared cut in both passenger and freight rates Gus Coulter died at Mayfield Attranctions were being booked HickJAlbert Snaggs who attempted to rto assault Miss Brulah Morrow of ineUnion City was hastily tried and hurried to the penitentiary at Nash safetyBobcharged with murder was captured at Cairo More books were received for the libraryThe went into effect on the 11th testedjoffice a three foot stalk of cotton bearing a full blown blossom Big Gun Shoot was pulled off in HickmanBurglars were rosy at the back nightly t The Courier was purchased by H T Deal of this place and W C SturgeonMo A HAPPY totuMany table iulT r iron corm And tlwlrtiiotbttri ilont knuw itir Joan hail it 1lqh1rruhhd ft U OUVrnllrutrtrtlalawyuwdt hItIIIIIltlllMtU Requisition Papers Issued The negro Wash Stoner who at lempjed an assault at a paperwood camp In the upper bottoms a few DaytonInotified the sheriff here that quick action was necessary and that the 1 negro refused to return to Kentucky without a requisition This was secured the papers coming Monday and Deputy Sheriff Coalder Johnson left Tuesday night to bring the pris xoncr back ntoItorellIkIIIeWhen Tuotlltveu1rMlmp1 ArLAddrrIwNktWp 1131 ntlr Wh tld 1lJMl umlor Restaurant Sold J M Eiell of Reeves Tenn has bought the Luther Watson restaurant and wilt conduct the business at the old stand on Clinton h aisa been in the restaurant business in Reeves Mr Watson got out of the bUll ness on account of ills wifes health and has moved back to his farm To Snuff Users When you buy snuff you want the best Red Band Pure Search Snuff is the kind that will give you com plete satisfaction It is made from the highest grade of snuff tobaccos carefully cured and Iis all its nam- eimpliesa pure Scotch Snuff of the very highest quality 3 Whenever you hear of anyone slandering others and trying to build themselves up by testing oth ers down you may besure there is something wrong with the one doing these things And some of Just this class of people live in this town A cloud burst in Adair county last livestand destroyed thousands of dollars worth of property Il J1JitJl- 1e lraatldrxI E 1 1 represent the IIIJi1share of your patronage III Basket at Bradley JI Parhams i leaves Tues day Wilt can for your laundry Chester RKM M c THE HICKMAN COURIER Cntrt Wattnt JCmMki Ukt IH Dho MTBEALE W OBFECB J08EXTOH Edluri uJ PrtprUUr ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR r CASH IN ADVANCE I Kutoird at the Hlohraao Kratnafcv jKWteirioa M oooend eliuw mall matter 0 = ==Friday June 14 1007 on Will Wed June 19 On Wednesday afternoon June 19 Kev B Marvin Harris who conducted a union revival in the city last Spring wiH wed Hits Laura V Patton of Paynwville MoThe brideelect is the only daugh ter of Col J H Patton and is one of the sweetest young women in Mis sours She is highlyeducated has traveled extensively and is a very musicianMost readers know Bro Harris and those who do loveI and admire him Harris is a native Missourian His father iis a Virgin t ian his mother a Kentuckian HeII began preaching when he was fifteen years of agebeing known for years as theIOboy preacher to Dur I ing his career he has preached in I everystate in the Union and pto vince of Canada Though he de votes himself constantly to his call ing he controls quite a volume ofI business and is welt known in finan cial and educational droles There are many things we could say about Harris all goodstoobut lack of space forbidsIThe wedding is to bs a very quiet affairno cards being sent out Dr Palmore editor of the St Louis Christian Advocate and Rev J M Boon formerly of Sturgeon Mo will perform the ceremony lmme diately after the marriage Mr and Mrs Harris will leave for New York thence to Europe The Courier joins the many friends of Mr Harris in extending congratu lations and assure him the latch string is always ahanging out II I Sensation at Fulton Excitement has prevailed in Ful ton this week Rev Frank G Haw hey a former minister of that placeJJ upon his arrival in the city at mid night Tuesday was met by Mr W Meadows and a score of his friends who proceeided with him to the bust ness street of the town and admits tered to him a liberal dose of rawhide tea and was then taken to Pierce Tenn and ordered to stay away forever The minister it is alleged and he admits his guilt was the cause of the divorce pro seeding being flied against Mr Meadows by his wife recently He admits that he had alienated the affections of Mrs Meadows and said that he deserved to be bung rather than horsewhiped The sym pathy of the community iis in favor of Mr Meadows and his act is gen erally commended Gasoline at the Courier Office The word thousand on the new 81000 certificate is said to be mis spelled We hadnt noticed it In these closing school days thousands might do well to remem ber that a diploma Jis not an insur ance policy against failure Mrs John of the es teemed women ofUnion City diedI Sunday evening and was buried Mon day Mrs Saddling has been in ill health for several years She leaves a husband and two daughters The monthly rural delivery state ment shows that there were 670 rural routes in Kentucky on June 1 as compared with 639 on June 30 1906 Forty seven petitions for havingbeenadversely We detest a negative character these silent figures in a restless bustling world We despise the sort that is content with the mummy life Somehow we like the man that does something and does it wrong far more then we do the fellow who does nothing for the fear that he will do something wrong Start something I Theres a tonic in a dare Scare somebody antagonize somebody Who cares 15 to 20 per cent On your investment r We offer some improved city property that will pay you well If you wish to invest 500 or more SEE Us W S EllisonI i- e u Rco Hlokmans Guests Memphis Conforouco W F M S Holding Interesting Session Here Many Visitors Present Tuesday afternoons train brought to our city about 150 people officers delegates and visitors to the annual meeting of the Memphis Dis trios Womens Foreign Missionary Society which is being held at the Court house A more clever set cf folks have never been within our citys gates The meeting was opened by Dr Lewis Powell of Memphis Tuesday night with the Annual Semon since which time the association has been busy with the regular order of busiI ness The program is a very inter esting one and many of our citizens are attending the three daily seas tons Naturally the work iis along the line of foreign missions Reports and discussions of this subject prove that it is one of the most important branches of church work Delegates and visitors are being entertained in the homes of our hospitable citizens and true Southern hospitality is being practically dem onstratedWednesday night Hunzikers Band serenaded the visiting dele gates and the musk was highly appreciatedFollowing we give a list of the de legatesMrs W C Waters Trenton TennLurlin DeWalt Ripley Tenn Mrs J C Harris Munford Tenn Miss Mildred Waters Trenton Tcnu Louise Baxter Sharon Tenn KyAlbertaMrs Fannie TIllman Sharon Tenn KyMrsphis Tenn KyEUisKyIda Tenn Mr S C Dobbins Paris Tenn Mrs F J Blackwell Madison Heights Memphis Teen RheyStMemphisTonaTonaMits Maud King Memphis Tenn Miss Helen Sebastian Martin Teas RipleyTemaTennMrs J B Wlnsett Trimble TennMrs Tiny Cobb Rives Tenn Mrs Mary Harris Rives Tenn Mary Thomas Newbern Tenn Nellie Pennington Ripley Tenn Mrs Isaac R Cook Columbus K Allen Howell Dyersburg Tenn CityTeenTennMrs T Wells Murry Ky Elcaa Thompson Arp Tenn Mrs A S Taylor Covlngton TennAnnie Whitnel Martin Tenn DyerTennTennSarah Berry Dyer Tenn JoneTennTennBeth Taylor Jones Tenn Miss Karene Btggs Trenton TennMrs J W Lawrance Martin TennMrs CityTennTennMiss Mattle DeBow Hickman KyMiss Mary Lawrence Dyer Tenn Miss Julia Stevens Brownsville Tenn KyMrsChapelTennTennMrs S J Veltman Paris Tenn Annie Veltman Paris Tenn Katharine Wisdom Jackson Tenn Charline Webb Somervllle Tenn JacksonTennTennMiss JacksonTeenTennMiss Eleanor Wright Paducah Ky Mary Mecoy Martin Tenn Mrs R M Vaughn Halls Tenn Mrs S A Morris Arp Tenn Mrs V C Hahn Jackson Tenn Mrs James V Freeman Hender son Tenn Mrs L A Moore Jackson Tenn Mrs Asa Mcleod Kenton Tenn Mrs Ben F Murrell Somerville TennMrs MemphisTennTennMrs MemphisTennTennMiss Ruth Wbitnell Jackson tMukass Louise Van Horn Memphis Tem Louise Moore Memphis Tenn Mrs B T Smith Memphis I- EJ11isoD Bros This Store is Making A Great Showing o- fff SUMMER GOODS The Summer season is now here and you willwant to keep cool and comfortable We are ready with splen did assortments of every kind of goods for summer wear Garments of every kind readytowear for men women andchildren and all kinds of materials in piece goods We are Making a Special Showing of I Fine Wash Goods Consisting of many varieties of patterns and weaves in Lawns and Batistes Ginghams and Madras Percales and Mercerized Tissue Suiting from the popular SO and JLOO cloths to the finest high grade woven fabrics White Goods Linens Laces and Embroidery in endless variety Calland see us ELLISON BROS Hickman Ky Mrs Ada Cooper Memphis Mrs Sam Bejakh Memphis Mrs W J Mccoy Martin Zella Adkisson Kenton Tenn Mrs M A Stoncoiphcr Kenton Mrs G A Klein Dyer Tenn Wilma Polk Jackson Tenn Mrs C W Forrest Brownsville Hattie Anderson Fulton Ky Mary Williams Murray Ky Mrs Seid Waddell Union City Master Pratt Waddell Uni n City St John Waddell Jr Memphis MemphisWanita Mrs A 0 Mann Brownsville Mrs Hugh Valentine McKenzie Miss Annie Taylor Jones Tenn Miss Marguerite Fuqua Hick man Ky Miss Bera Lancaster Union City Miss Allte Mat Davie Union City Luclle Cole Rutherford Tenn Vivian Gooch Martin Tenn Mrs Richard Walker Cayce Ky Mrs John B Howell Dyersburg Raymond Dunavant Halls Tenn Ivan Wyse Halls Tenn Miss Hughla Dandson Trenton Beth Cbamblin Dyersburg Carolyne Gerster Neal Dyers burg Tenn Mrs J D Wilson Dyersburg Christian Church Services Sunday School at 930 a m preaching and Communion Service at 1045 subject The Four Priest hoods Evening service at 7 45 subject What Would Jesus Christ Find if He Were to Come to Hickman Tonight Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 745 F H Vernor Pastor Jas R Vincent and Miss Pearl Averift were married at the Chris tian church parsonage by Rev J J Castleberry at Union City last week The State General Association of Baptists Ministers Meeting and Womans Missionary Association will meet in Mayfield during the week of June 24th farm for Sale 160 ACRES Fine land in bottom below Hickman About fifty acres cleared A BARGAIN W S ELLISON vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv v Miscellaneous News AAlAAAAAAAAAAAA frft Rev H B Johnson and daughter arc here from Union City The June bridegroom is a small1 potato but he IIs essential to the crop MempIsweek BerryThrelkeld week Rev T Ball of Dyer Tenn yosterday The Christian Endeavor wftl stet t at the Baptist Church next Sunday evening at 645 Little Miss Annie Lee Brown IIiI spending the week in the country with Eron Roper Mr und Mrs J M Roper andI children attended the Commencementl exercises last week Miss Haielle Adams came home Wednesday from a visit with Me tropolis Ills relatives Miss Winnie Harper returned to Tiptonville Wednesday She hasI been attending school at Htokman CollegeC I acoompanledGoalder bring the negro Wash Stoner back to Kentucky Miss Beta Langster of Union City MrsJasRoadSheThe little oneyearold daughter thelowerValley Maldentrain Tuesday night and conducted theHoliness Sundayafteruoon contrastedby2114 This is a very Interesting subject and will doubtless be a teach er to some An examination of applicants for appointments to State College will Fridayand I J Also an examination for State and atthesameplaice In the parlor with a silos light a kindSdtk entertain the Alai ctaHea Menday RightFORSALB aMfArmBM or J K NMniRk J W gutIItat the shoot Wednesday The Mualoat History Club otto lutainod at the hose of Miss Men a Dktlehrink Tuesday evening BerendosRL aWdaytngBridgeWedRaf Miss Mildred Ramage of thli 1IAondemyJune 30th Mildred has been elect ColIge Dctwere gustily mottled ofthebyReyMetbodtltwas a very quiet affair none but near relatives preentIcorrespondentson alettertheCourlck didInot have but one or two Some of our correspondents are good ones butthereaverageoneeveryneighborhood represented in our columns and such would be the case If every corres partWestationery doingyourtrytousknowor stationery 1A New Drink SodnNowUYweanyway will mako youhnvontItshealthyand refreshing nud cheap HELM ELLISON r 4 Court ouS- Aroba11w o s so b4 Following is the has been rcordrj Ropers ofllce sir t Mrs Maude Frerrford land in Fu 3500 i WT Shelby wu mdrSutton county man while x Missouri County cu ILl leg and the follouucmenu were coahrrMrs A L Nr Clanton Moachan Mrs A L Mu Eunice MeachamLMrs A I Mir W W Mcachan J N Dtl1lhI Ballot A M KJonesantH A1rBattier A Co Ares Ru Morris JhusanJohnson Chas NHRO- nlthulbrrl An apprise bill apprCeurt The following edt A J JtMteon s W A10r S A Co Isolates T li Boston l Roy Shaw wa of the thirst sect Ed Thomas was lilac to Hwolls and Leroy IbtWayne iU Gut T YOUR SUM 144 x hIp II t 1401 n lb 44 Iotltll Tap 4 lllil JOt Fiham14ftM lrsru 4 Facilities Inadequate- It was dIeaudience atstmbU to witness the Con ciios that two AIt i Dales foreMted country It brat Iof Ilttkman While the do c Miss Ruth BHscb tIntended as trooci may have hewed than she thought dlenoe oomprehr i r Iously Without amUyn c the proposition it t well to stop and oance of her essay her leading thougtt w thought omdK guage and facer III wax an Index of u gretcivc rnledc ot the way as It wef hope rer Its ptem sister ottlec These buds oC pt burst Into bloom 1 perfume of aooomi a will only satisfy rtfIncur citys welter futureBut what of tti environment of tillS uatcs upon the o i w but into the altar setting from who olusiinsi costume that were elegant i to grace any like fun 0 IL with a cultured au ii age them by appU hh- each the though gested Itself whV Vtheated atmosphere that stood out barn of their unsighthnr by the hieroglyph T surface by inartisix that suggested a turf N irons of Hickmanw t I fifteen cents to ender You gentlemen wh r w- with the affairs of thlt c ItbersWedoIIhavet would aj1 rei much as It stands out rebuking i u vaopiniont directions and rr artjustif we had the space A J only be remedied by a J- i attivitVofficials entrusted with of Hickman citizens r r+J Fulton and Hlckmau let the contract Monday i TIC sit ion of a steel bridge OM Lf Chete at ttoscow Cruichfield Kultenj was here a T v men Went toHick i G- c r I btttmoa the slak- wa In QHnton on GaiWBs rent to1- r If t visitedtray t Nesty visited Mu tunlay I rt lost a fine year ae week neat went to Bards sit Mi aunt V lialtew visited at ujr afternoon Wink MftClanna r V Little Sunday Adwlmon of this r utwotrlMg at Ful rofiirl Mn Ida t out titter several v t ai CIftwin game t M Milt Mrs itodW R new n lplNrdly Might r 1Ark r1 Mrs- Fultoe vFfl R- ty wsHt Crole s lest asir who II- t iiallrv OMtlrta1ned- uttssiltgy Ml21Itt It I t LMNc Ihsystcr- re vWttg their vr lids wocte t taw Mioiker is I Hotwire Own 911 At b ite af Jordan nut Aerie for a v n- pent rurall dads AUsyoa t k 9Jiftlttlt In nil wl coot several iUK wtcfc t i mfer meat Sun rrkii i R Y rDtBtw and Mary 1 MrsYMarry to upending t kms with Mrs ry faun Wednesda rip Ml Rlfhraerx atter ot Little Reek h It ol Mils Mary tta Sunday jcksc ft Garden Frnak Lofton of tiro the guests of KG Carter a amphsf Sft John 1 nd datllJ Ur MllS Kin returned m a vAt to their Outer L AI Ifcnrfture Ce undortalef in the IfTcle s teetech I Ifee t Itart IIt boman tin rain the cvl t r fit kapplyss draws t e- ufrtltda straight lie e ace al atarrhWrndbrmdwrdoebtii h f Mat4ireaent the Ur Nbe y 1Ifd pAdrzi7R Dunblw1 tM 14 wit- i 4hQf It Dr ItJoop tC fo wbib bttna RnNpNa- tt lamnMOilEuclDtua 31 r ra lnrorpontt i Into a ttrolalU lmpottr by Orw u aa4ori ailaRtooDtlltdnnUrmal k 0 iMNM1 t t IatJ tcJ noooucak bad 111 de+ao hL 1 Ufth ool cl taet00 lie Sh00p3dt CureAIL DEALERS f 1 F S JlOI Sale tutt tt Have you a house and lot- or any kind of real estate for sale er rent 1 If you have it wm pay you to list It with DeptWetheS for and It costs you ueless Wt effect a at Courier noS iithIng T T S gril T T frail gicliorr J j If HJckmans assessor Iis wise be will ask a maR to sohedule his possessions Just when he isI in the middle of moving Ms household goods to a new location It is new in order to learn how to tonounee Ute word ohaffeur This kai a French word signifying one wh- ophcl to us it means one who drives an I pronouncedheUer The Cumberland Telephone Co is about out of business in ColliervUle Tina ON June lit seventy of the 1Q3 phones were taken out caus ed by the company attempting to raise the rate from S350 to 750 oa oouaty service Stock has al ready been subscribed to put in the Home phones The world as it Iis constituted tod- AY nas two standards of morality one for a man and another for a woman If a man violates the so called rules of society even the worst sin Iis but sowing wild oats The merest deviation on the part of a woman puts her under the ban makes her an ostracized social outlaw The whole thing is an Unspeakable travesty on justice It would seem that considering the amount of lumber that IIs leaving the South annually our congress men ought to be very urgent anxious and solicitous about the establlsment and maintenance of the Appalachian Forest Reserve In the last fiscal year the southern gulf states alone shlppedftut to all parts of the world 200000000 feet Evidentlywe cant keep up this pace very long not more than ten years at best The maintenance and establishment of forest reserves will loom up as a matter of more and more importance as the years roll on Twentyfive thousand dollars IsI being offered by the State Board of Agriculture in premiums and purses for the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville Sept 1621 The State Fair offers to the breeder of all classes of live stock an excel lent opportunity to bring his stock to the publics attention In a way that no other occasion offers If he is hunting a purchaser he will find at the Kentucky Stale Fair many persons In the market for just such stock as he may wish to show and sell He therefore stands the chance of setting premiums as well as a better price for his stock 1= Minced PineapplesI and ice cream in woda makesI u delightfully juicy drink If you like it tart wonlI iimlco it that way A genu ine thirst chaser Upto ditto and modern HELM ELLISON Memorial Services Elm Camp No 3 Woodmen ofr the World held memorial services atI the city cemetery Sunday in honor of their departed brethren Grave were decorated and ritualistic ser vices conducted A monument to the memory ofDr Cavitt was un veiled with appropriate ceremony- A large number of Woodmen andI their friends assembled on this occa lion and were deeply impressed with the work of this good organization Prof B F Gabby delivered a splendid address one highly appre elated by all present Hunziker- Concert Band Punished the music Fire at Fulton At 3 oclock Sunday morning fire was discovered Irt the J T Burto- Milling Companys plant on Slat ees Street in Fulton The alarm wa given and the local fire department was soon on the scene but could notl save the building The loss is estimated at 20000 with only about 10000 insurance How the fire originated iis a mys tery Henry Block an old and highly esteemed citizen of Cairo died Sat urday afternoon at his home on Eighth street after a prolonged illness The deceased was 65 yearsI of age Otto Alexander and Miss Edna Copeland both of Stubblefield Ky eloped to Fulton Saturday night and were united in marriage Sunday morning by Squire Futrell A great deal of fuss Iis being made about the army canteen but whats the use so long as there are plenty of jugs The Hickman Furniture Co Inc keeps an undertaker in the building both day and night Tele phone No 20 It 1 Purchased Automobile iJr S K Davidson arrived Satur I day night with his new 30 horsepower touring car from Nashville making the trip in the car Dr Davidson enjoys the distinction of being the first Hickmanlte to own an automobile Whether they would be a success in climbing Hickmans hills has I baWled the determination of those who coveted the horseless roadster but Dr Davidson has led the way in settling the question His machine climbs the worst hills with ease and this demonstration has already been the cause of several of out citizens figuring on getting one S L Dodds A 0 Caruthers Geo Buck and one or two more expect to pur chase within the next few weeks Verily Hickman Iis rapidly becom ingmetropolitanHonk Found Guilty T G Roach a former resident of this city has been convicted ot second degree murder- It was alleged he killed a man at Crown King Ariz on the night of Nov 9 1906 Mr Roach who is afflicted with consumption was told to drink whiskey by his physicians November 6th he drank to excess and while in a very ugly humor paraded the street armed with a Winchester rifle threatening to kill some one before morning While two miners one of whom had bad a difficultywith Roach earlier in the night were standing talking together in a sa loon a rifle report sounded and a bullet crashed through the window and killed the man with whom Roachs erstwhile enemy was talk ing This caused suspicion to be directed towards Roach and when trailers who possessed the cun ping of Indians claimed to have tracked the assassin to Roachs door six miles away The case seemed conclusive and he was JailIt a light sentence owing to his health I and the existing circumstances Old Roach was raised in this community and hat many relatives and friends here who are grieved by his unfortunate predicament He is well known as a school teacher and at one time had a reputation as- a fast runner By many he will be remembered as the man whom Watty Gardner defeated In a sans tional race on Lake street several years ago Fulton Leader As we go to press we learrr that Gill Roach is dead The message does not give further particulars Cavitt on the hill wants you trade He buys country produce 2 There is always satisfaction I knowing you have the host so u Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff 3 Members of A S of E are talking of holding a county meeting big barbecue etc about July 1 See the Hickman Furniture Co Inc line of wiles and rockers before buying your spring furniture The infant daughter of Mr Mrs A B Gooden of Fulton Saturday night and was burled Sunday G W Whipkey foreman of th bridge construction crew near Hick man was in Murphreysboro Ills this week Work on the Methodist Churoh Iis progressing At present the build ing looks like an Oklahoma twister might have passed that way Uncle Sam Patterson who has Pata tenon near Mabel left Tuesday for Wlngo to spend a few weeks We have a thoroughbred Poll Durham bull which we stand at 1 eguaranteedMCDAMIRL Satisfaction KBMP 3 The A S of E received a shipment of about 2000 pounds of binder twine at the Hickman depot last Saturday The twine cost them 960a saving they claim of 140 on the hundred The only papers the farmer needs that has rural delivery are a good daily and his home paper The Courier offers you a combination that Iis hard to beatthe Daily LouisvilleI Herald and the Courier for 250 FOR SALE OR RENT Residence on the hill- Wulllocated weS ELLISON Hard Wear I B P S Interior Floor Paint imanufactured es pecially to withstand hard wear AH boot nails are harder than paint materials it will not stand indefinitely It will however outwear ordinary floor paints Fine grinding moans economy in spreading capacity and in durability B P S Ins terior Floor paint is round much finer than ordinary floor finishes and conic quently more economical It is quickdrying with a tough and elastic gloss that is extremely slow wearing HELM ELLISON Ask for card of attractive colors cu = Kentucky Fair Dates Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 17J days Henderson July 2J5 days Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 30 5 days Cynthlana July Jl4 days Danville July 31J days Georgetown Aug 6 4 days Harrodsburg Aug 64 days Unlontown Aug 65 days Burkesville Aug 134t days Fern Creek Aug lJ4 days daysrVanceburg Aug 144 days Pembroke Aug 153 days dayseLawrenceburg Aug 204 days Erlanger Aug 214 days Barbourville Aug 213 days Ewing Aug 223 days Nioholasville Aug 273 days London Aug 274 days Shepherdsville Aug 27 4 day ShelbyviNe Aug 274 days daysdElizabethtown Aug 27 days Florence Aug 784 days dayseSpringfield Aug 28 4 days Somerset Sept J4 days Alexandria Sept J4 days Paris Sept J 5 days Bardtown Sept 44 days Hodgenville Sept 103 days Monticello Sept 103 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Hartford Sept 114 days Guthrie pt124 days Louisville State Fair Sept 1621 Sebree Sept 184 days Lexington Sept 23 6 days Falmouth Sept 254 flays Mayfield Oct l4 days Mt Olivet Oct J3 days Bardwell Oct 152 days Southern Women uTo the women of the Confed r acy whose pious administrations tto our wounded soldiers soothed the last hours of those who died far from the objects of their tenderest love whose domestic laborfe contributed much to supply the wants of our defenders in the field whose zealous faith in our cause shone as a guiding star undimmed bythe darkest clouds not war whose fortitude sustained them in all privations in which they were subject i whose annual tribute expresses their enduring grief love and reverence for our sacred dead and whose patriotism wilt teach theft children to emulate the deed of our revolutionary siresJeff Daves Miss Ura Taylor of Route 3 visited relatives in East Hickman last + wrtk and attended the Com mencement exercises at the City Hall Friday night = c or 1- 0r 1I RIB nunss Quails Memphis Conference W P M InterestingInMnnyVisitors i Following is a ilist of the ministers who are in Hickman this week attending the Womans Foreign Mis sionary Society convention Rev L Powell Memphis Tenn u Wellborn Mooney Dresden TennRev W J Mecoy Martin Tenn I A J Meaders Dyersburg TennRev R M Walker Cayce Ky 4 J I Thomas Newbern TennRev CityTennTennRev J L Lucas Hickman Ky I H C Johnson HickmaniI i Ky OFFICERS Following are names of the officers of Memphis District Womens foreign Missionary Society Miss Laura Bradford Conference Cor Secretary Brownsville Tenn Mrs T B King Conference 1st Vice presidentpresident in this con vention Memphis Tenn Mrs Wm Holland district see retary Jackson Tenn Mrs F M VanCleave Treas Paris District Paris Annie Fain Secy Union City District Rutherford Tenn Mrs A J Meaders Secretary this conference Dyersburg Tenn Mrs W W Cowden District Treasurer Union City Miss E B Perkinson Missionary from W B F M Petropolis Brazil Mn S C Dobbins District Sec retary Paris Tenn Mrs C H Chamberlin District Secretary Paducah Ky Mrs Wm Henry Secretary Dy ersburg District Ripley Tenn Mrs Sue F Mooney reprecen native of Home Mission Society Dresden Tenn Mn B L Campbell Treasurer Brownsville District Brownsville Tenn Miss Mary Sue Taylor Cor Secy Brownsville District Taylors Chapel r Tenn Mrs Fannie Dunn Treasurer Pa 1 ducal District Paducah Ky Mrs L H Estes Dis Secy Memphis District Memphis Tenn Labor and Play An intelligent and watchful mother sent her child to the kinder garten for several months and then withdrew it because she found that it was being ruined by getting the attitude of regarding everything as- a game That is instead of learn ing through games to go about the serious business of life it was learn ing to approach everything in the careless makebelieve spirit of play There iis a hint of this in our colleges There Is also a suggestion of wisdom for all those who do puzzles and play chess ride to hounds and fool with rings and bars to develop their minds and bodies The world is cursed with tens ot thousands of human beings who have the best natural advantages but can get up the steam of enthusiasm only for some game that is useless in its aim and no more useful in its method than its corresponding reality would be It is as certain as cause and effect that he who takes play serious ly will also take serious things playfully Miss Bulah Strong of near Ful ton and Claude Orr of Dyersburg Tenn were married at Fulton Wed nesday night June 5th Dont fail to hear the band con cert Tuesday night If the weather is unfavorable it will be given on Thursday night Mrs A 0 Mann of Brownsville Tenn is the guest of Mrs W A Johnston this week J P LEGGATE 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 nyPHONE no 119 r I i r i The 7cJCurrdrt itdftNiIs inn 1ftwetrluehq x fJliiWvriflrrvt fMiJl with Qaehop- eek the ti M fart it it rji Wwalias the tftftil elk Ite el the uilisl rurcie sJd1 350 400 f100 rauarl- M1 PACURO COM Maim BrtwUon Mass Seta br Bradley Parham i EVERY pALWAYS PAIR MADE TO WEARI II M T r i Money In Peavine Hay In view of the tact that the hay crops is short one of the Coureir readers sends us the following concerning a good substitute I start out by saying I can make more money on peavine hay than I can on cotton i that is counting ex pensesIn summer of 1905 I turned eight acres of wheat stubble that only made twentyeight bushels of wheat with two hundred pounds of guano per acre Then drilled in one bushel of speckled peas and one hundred pounds of guano per acre with a Hoosier grain drill i then run over the ground with a drag and made it perfectly smooth That year I cut and sold in bulk 10990 north of hay oN of the eight acres Then followed it in wheat agate i made 190 bushels n put m ptas as befoie and made 175 worth on the same ground- I am very careful to kill all the grass and weeds where sowing my peas so that the grass and peas will not come up together and be ready to cut at the same time- I let at least threefourths of the pods gets ripe before cutting Do not cut more at one time than you can care for I cut after the dew is off rake before night leave in wind row till the next evening j then haul my hay to market from the field for which 1 get S0 per ton I would advise our farmers to plant less corn and cotton prepare it yourbinnot make more than five or six hun died pounds seed cotton with two hunderd pounds of guno per acre will make from one to one and a halt tons of peavine hay per acre One man with a team can turn drill cut and house one acre In two days with only a boy to help himI loadI commenced sowing about May 1 and cot tinued until July 10 lOWI four or five acres every time it rains dont lose any time out of your crop and your bay is not all ready at the same time I cut and fill my barn then sell the rest By doing so I have fat stook and a nice bank ac count before I commence to sell cot tonSow sorghum or German millet on ricb or bottom land peas will grow too large a stalk i it wilt be too hard and woody and stock wont cat it Peas in the South are as clover and timothy in the North and West So let our farmers be about their business Dont sit around the coun try stores and whittle on goods bozos When it is too wet to work In your peastheand children Dont faR to sow because peas are high when they are high is the time to have some t- osellB F frr ATrialr dr tt rfk1 U New ii awM1a tatty Iffl IIlIIIH Ut ifI1r Ta IMusIwMaal 1- i lIAh ii Jilrwie = rJT 1rs 1i ten Not 28 hot 21 Thats our telephone number When you know pleasedont happenings on have you told us about Itl Who Where What When Shaw tr Bettcrsworths Hiokmao the freshest line of groceries ever broubgt to town All the time William J Bryan in an inter view in New York sold trusts theprailroads and the tariff would ittheJ p ign The tariff he said would paramountIssue of BASEBALL US1RACERSI dlptaareIf81e1IIUIM W my If aqsa f 610 T ere fen1 highly teuutmead lIw 1dMintt rarettubt1ytwltaspHlaqeJ 7fLwnYJ ua tars tae aM Ita1 eII ol3hRHugha student of HallMoody Institute captured a gold medal for distinction in scholarship in her class This j school seems to be well patronised in Obion county and is giving splendid j satisfaction Troy News Banner is H your bath room is equipped with modem highgrade un1aty fl1hlfelo it not only rdletts credit upon your good judge ment and taste but proves your knowledge of the value of Mutation VfUHaW Porcelain Enameled Ware is not only beautiful and durable but absolutely unitary as well When you decide to kuul new bathroom equipment let us quote you a mice on these guaranteed futures They cost leu than you tick andout charges for installing are reasonable Our Work M dose by competent men and we guarantee it to be high Wade sad please you Orders for repair work gives prompt nl4 MiR COTTON ti ADAM II nc Council Proceedings Hicicman Kv June J 1907 Council met in regular session present Mayor Dillon Councilmen Helm Edmonds Hale Caruthers I Donnell and HertweekaMinutes of last meeting were read on motion approved and signed The following accounts were pre stated properly approved and on motion allowed and checks ordersI issued for amounts Hickman Ice Coal Co la bor and material S21055 Farmers Hdw Co Mdse 5260 C H Bruer street work 11430 J A Noonan dieting prisoners 090 Report of City Treasurer for Mayan 1907crOENERAL FUND ACCQUNI To balance per April report 7383 To amt received from H C HelmN 13567 It t I IByI I Balance to oredlt this scat 5110 Cmr ItALrCCOUNrcTo balance per April report 19184ou To aMt received from H C 1 Helm 4750 Bahtnse to credit this acct 23874 1 WATER A UOHT BOND AOCOUKT No change since last report Balance 92003 W C JOKNflOH C T On motion Council adjourned H C HELM City Clerk Want This Home We have for sale a nice piece of property in Hickman lot 35 feet wtde by 150 feet deep well fenced with good fence bran new residence brIck fondation has never been occupied well lighted and ventilated Has parlor reception hall two bedrooms dining room and kitchen alas porchelThematerial nicely finished built sub et stantially and conveniently Waterworks hi connection in the bouse Has w ystelaiceis desirably located ands description has not been exaggerated Any one desiring a nice home will do well to investigate this piece property If you are interested call and ask us about It or telephone and we will come tell you and it to you Will sell or rent The Undertaker at the Farm ers Hardware Co will answer you calls promptly day or night Alleging that his wiles es esiv- snaking I of cigarettes Ila offensive t- im Bud Lally the well known baseball player has brought suit a- ichmond 111 for divorcedij Miss Cammie Linton and Thur prominent marriagelast J a daughter of T F Linton a member of Fultons city council The groom is a Ion of W H Cox al of Fulton The best in two ways Cavil t pays highest price for produce and sells freshest groceries cheapt June 12th will mark the one hun dred and thirtieth anniversary o C the adoption of the national flag of the United States designed by Betsy Ross of Philadelphia The house of quality is the right place to buy coffins and caskets Some people pray In a tone ol theythoughtmighty a favor by letting Him kno walewhat He could do for them Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff 3 ColdGlass I You bet itH cold whon Oiled up with a lemon ico craml soda And cnjoynhlo uud refroHhiug and invigorating tryitj tago unions youru thirsty HELM Jc ELLISON H+ t t I I I I t THE A Sof E COLUMN 4l I ITr I I BY MR J II SAUMDERS Last week we tried to tell you whAt the Egyptians did hundreds of year ago by raising bumper stops and Jumping them on the market j lso the result of our Chicago friends raising more bushels per acre Now do not think that we are opposed to agricultural colleges experiment stations agricultural pa i pets fertile soils fine stock and large crops We are only trying Ito how that our government our collgts and editors ol farm papers are not giving a balanced education They all try to teaoh us how to raise bumper crops but never a word about how to get a fair price for what we raise If our country continues to grow d consumption continues to In ease it will be only a few years until we shall need these bumper mops to Iced our own people But If the farmers continue to grow more and trots helpless con lime to dump their crops at the prices set by the traits and con Inue to buy their broad meat and clothing at primes set by the trusts we shall grow more and store help ess until like Jbe poor Egyptians we shall ask our masters to take wives and little ones manager business for us and glue us little brood in return Oqr lathers butchered their ow bogs cattle and sheep crested their own ice house raised their own fruit milk and butter took their own grain to mill and at 1aomlayEveryall these things on the farm Bu- mused t knowledge like unused Inert ben of the body Is loon useless In the Mammoth Cave arc soar es et Ask that have BO eyes hoarse they have lived in darkness until m gistletoetoots because they have depended on other vegetation until nature has taken thesr useless members away In the same way the farmer has dumped his produce en the market and depended on some one else for food clothing and shelter until today be sells his kegs cattle and sheep for one third to tae fifth what he pays fur hit meat hauls I ellheatI I clUb for a ton of one and doter the hauling both ways We have done these things so long and become so muck accustom od to them that we do not perceive that we have lost our Iliberties and manhood any more than the poor blind fish preoeive that thy have I lost their eyes But we are not In quite as bud a condition as the Ash or the Egyptians We are net yetI entirely helpless Ifwe will only sighrt direction we coq soon be fret But will we do that We hue orpbatlonl strengthtour oppressions or shall we spute and haggle among ourselves until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot 1- When England tried to force UII reproentationin that we were too weak to cope with the mother country we smut Don aWwlIe soon scouted the sympathy ofI Spain and Holland and the active LaFayetteDeOralies to our aid Guns ships an- housands d of dollars were sent to our assistance and soon the tide of war turned in our favor Thi united American and French armies hemmed Cornwallts in York town and he surrendered This was accomplished by the cooperation lout nations against England They are still four distinct nations and perhaps will remain so until the end of time but they forced England to acknowledge our independence as quickly all we had all united un der one flag Gen Hood sent gen Bates and Forest to take liar freesboro They got into a dispute about which did the most fighting Bates infantry or Forests cavalry and the Federals came out and ran both away By proper cooperation they might have captured the city and its garrison In the same way if uptheirthe strongest the cheapest etc and never do anything to win the fight we shall never be any better oil than we are now In fact we shall be worse off for the public will conclude that we area lot of sore heads who want some to growl about Some years some one said that if he had his way he would give all the Republi caRl a pension all the Democrats an office and all the Populists some An EndorsedJ Checkru I E= 0 00 r Gives NO Ground rFor Dispute KiP The endorsement upon the back of each bkevidence that the party received pajtfilt s This endorsement makes h lIidup1ablepay uIa second time PIT Pay by oheak its the safest way checkingcounts tLlCICMN BANK1U1ONMAN ICV O 0 thing to howl about If we continue to growl and dispute among our selves we shall noon be clawed in the same catalog We want to erect one or tIelevators in Fulton county to store farmeralat week who saW he would give couldnAnd two more farmers who could give 50000 each I know ol two more who will give JOG 00 each and I think I caR dad several who amountseBut are we going to stop and quibble over the location of tilts elevator uteveryone becomes sits gutted and divas it opt Will eaok one islet that the elevator must be at his own rigor or be win gore Both ing 1 I am willing to Mlp erect one any whore ill the county TIlls entleman talked like he would do same I Poultry Wanted Will pay highust iimrkob prico in ORBit oultJr of nil kinds At nil tiinos Ellison Bros Our constitution will permit any farmer whether he belongs to the A S of K the P X and C U or to no union to take stock and store his wheat The constitution was drawn for the express purpose of co operating with other organisations A soldier may enlist in the infan try cavalry and artillery but If he never sirs a gun he never gains a victory In Ute same way a far orplltutioM1fti his crop oil the market wmtn others are dumping he will sever secure the farmers pries I also IOwa saw mill man who wanted to out the lumber to build our elevator He wanted the bill as soon as possible so the lumber could Be gut tacked and ready for use He could secure other bills as everybody preferredto elevatorsbenefit to the country in an elevator than in other brit J can save OIcbIIone or two elv tx1utWthemor A COash Perhaps our leader I Tthatie they roach the Itt Iff afternoon and neat until they appear m t I have no charter r as the editors do ifcv uthose things Into com t the rapid hurried writ K prlflfffew u d fewaadlhepcyoutIP 4 with them and mr tll They have been en eons anal ptUU to m lo all mf recultna I r should all do what crease their etrcuUt Last week I tried i r They our fatbtn II paltry tax of a tax Mt nsumps i you paymt every crop you tars Courier makes me sayr slated a paltry tax 4 x our readers will ovet a t penmanship The Rtikman irInc keep an rxprn taker M thou More 01 Rfgttt oalis will be prlon roil Telephone No U you fall to get yot + tarty come In alMStu We have had sever recently on this aouu crUms wht get their try pntoihies II y It register your kick rtotWng to notify the Ir pattoont to look up the I I war waY r+ l i1tInu- rter 11 a n Iewpxa IrN tar at lrwllR e11tea UrtlaeM I- aNaa M Mt IM u teatai 044 I R wall L J- N whir r r t era e K N tw wi wId W tr Misses Bye Ma i x J Shuff of Weodlan1 Mi w guests of Mrs JL I ira day last week IRON BEDS I1 curry at till tinn8 n oompleto lino oft trtt v turu of all kuidH Rockers Mattresses Springs eoU priccHPicture OompH i Idiiof CJaskota sill Burial Kohon Ilcarao furm whon wanted W F MONTGOMERY Uvliui iwrtinenU stet too store n 1rA T iti I L IT Sq S Have You Over Tried =t- T WHAT PEpSOLINETTrrrrrrrrrr THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK OF THE SEASON EVERY DROP TASTES LIKE MORE i1 At JONES CAFE OnlyHeadquarters For Everything Good TIMES IB3S3S P- Snlawater IIre Cream Phosphates Irite Only Pepsoline LargestI Ice Cream Parlor Best place to get cool Only Electric Pianino Hie Best Service in Town PEPSOLINE 5c ii tory Uf i II- IIICAkffia s tUU fill11 t I r at Cavttts 2 peel Friday II- n to dews at mother ItI ScoUk ftwffli the + 11 3- Cahd a Memphis i pt- ent ywr cal If i pboac ne 48 lId l sta Bradley i L Bmdley and w luksen Coving t need Monday to Anderwn- srerlteld of Wood- keen the get of m this week went to Louisville on business with TfUphone Co s + tier Sr and wife 1 pgues4a of 0 L irnily the flrst off 111111111AA11 11U UUL1- 1dm Ellisont- Nhdtlllr Forecasts Mturday t and sultry Sunday Local Rains Monday turn period Tuesday Mal storms Wednesday at showers Thursday 3 3Warmer j Hut and Friday sultryttOT 11 lh tUjrv 11 STAIN and not n II drink A rest uiulrr4 iwrjrou for coming In I t Ll KENTUCKYrnTnnrwwwwww Use Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff 3 CitySundayTelephone Ne 20 for the Un dertakerAsk merahant fer Red Band J Pure Scotch tuff 3 R S Speed has been en the slok J list for several days Everything gHI te eat the Bite Cafe on Clinton street T T Swayne went to T1pt nvle on business Saturday Hlokman Furniture Ce Inc for everything In furniture Mrs C IL Moore and children are visiting in Union City this week Mrs M E Garrison of Cairo was the guest of Mrs R S Speed last week The Hiakman Furniture Coii Inc for otffins and caskets tele phone na 20 Mrs Val Carpenter has been in Clayton this week at the bedside of her father wh Iis sick Mr and Mrs Albert Smith drove over to Iliokman this afternoon to spend a few daywith friends Fulton Leader Thursday Mrs Sue Maddox Miss Lydia Jones sand Leonard Maddox of Stale Line wire guests of Mr and Mrs R L Bradley first of the week Miss Jessie Reed of Fulton was the guest of Miss Mayme Naylor last week She attended the Commencement exercises of Hlokman CollegeA carnival company was expected to arrive in Hickman this week but as yet has not material ed They have just finished doing Martin Tenn Mr and Mrs Q Shumate were here this week from Newbern Teen visiting A M Tyler and their son Porter Shumate the popular cashier of the Hickman Bank E A Mayfield of Cayce was this week appointed coal oil Inspector for the City of Hickman for a term of four years J W Naylor and John Jones are sureties A fine specimen of Wild Sweet Potatoes may be seen at Cowgilta Drug Store It was brought in by Fred Hayden from the bottoms and weighs fifty pounds But then we have a grade of soil in Fulton county that will produce stuff c I TBE BESTBread Hot Rolls Coffee Cake Mixed Cakes Angel Food Cake Devils Food CakerChocolate Cake Marble Cake Can make any kindof cakes I PEPSOLINE 5c Farmers are busy Telephone No A3 for coal Dick Scearce was here from i Cayce Saturday I What does Shaw Bettersworth sell 1 Go and see Fred Nolen spent Sunday at his home in Union City Hlokman Furniture Co Inc Undertakers Telephone No 20 The Bullock and daughter of Clinton were in Hickman Monday youourIncorporated Dr and Mrs Lon Naylor of Cayce attended the exercises of Hlokman College Thursday and Friday nights last Mrs Maude Cook C E Harness and Sam Wilson of Corydon Ky have been guests of F E Luttrell and other friends this week Miss Elizabeth Wilson left last week to visit friends in Hopkinsville Dawson Springs and Princeton Ky She will be gone four or five weeks John B Gaines the Bowling Green newspaper man has announced his candidacy for state senator from his district He has two or three oppo nents The Hickman Furniture Co fine 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- Herbert W Estes a postal clerk on the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis railroad was arrested last Friday by postoffice inspectors charged with robbing letters He was followed from St Louis by six inspectors who baited him with decoy letters Fates confessed his guilt C His ExcellenceOur Cronm Soda at our fountain ia the moat popular drink llavo you triclltH- ELM Ie ELUSON If 11 Fix the sidewalks A nice lunch on short notice at the Elite Cafe Highest price paid for country produce at Cavitts House for Rent see M B Shaw or Mrs Fannie Shaw S2tf Miss Corinne Maddox Iis visiting in Bates Ark She left Wednesday Lawson Caruthers of Union City made a business trip to this city MondayMrs Andy Bondurant of near Fulton died Sunday after a prolong ed illness Phone number 51 for H C Barrett the undertaker Night phone number 164 Joe Amberg wife and child left Monday for Paragould Ark for a few days visit- Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no8 for coal Hickman Ice and coal Co H Wiissgnburg and wife were here from Helena Ark Sunday guests of Tobe Jackson Miss Shellie Borrow was here from Milan Tenn last week in the interest of a church social of some kindL D Perry of Union City was in town Saturday He came down trading He cant stay away from Hickman Mrs Sam Salmon returned from Calhoun Ky Monday where she had been to attend the funeral of her sister 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 Roney Smith attorneys for Alice Caldwell vs Western Union Telegraph Co received notice this week that the Court of Appeals had sustained the decision of the Fulton Circuit Court awarding plaintiff damages for delay in transmission of message notifying her of the death of her brother It seems from the evidence that a message had been sent in due time to the plaintiff concerning the death of her brother at Newark Ark but the message failed to reach her and burial was made at Newark whereas had she received the word different arrange meets would have been made for interment Hence the verdict ALJ JNDSSmoking Tobaccos Fresh Chewing Tobaccos Cigars popular prices Fruits domestic and imported Lunch Goods- LOWNEYS CANDY THE BEST fjrALWAYS FRESHrPEPSOLINE 5c uu Try the Couriers Want Column Miss Mollie Bowen spent Sunday with Union City friends Cavitts on the hill is the only place for fresh groceries Fred Bradley of Columbus Ky spent Sunday In Hickman J W Bland is in the vicinity oi Crutchfield on business this week Farmers headquarters for nice shortorder lunches and fruit at Grigsbys Hickmans leading undertaker at the Farmers Hardware Company IncorporatedLook Courier Realty Cos proposition in this issue It will interest yo- uFREEall children under 12 years admitted free Friday after noon at Nickelodeon Miss Elisabeth Cloar of Troy Tenn has been visiting her sister Mrs E G Oman the week past The Hickman Furniture Co Ino have a large line of settees and lawn swings call and see them Mr and Mrs A J Ferguson of Tennessee City Tenn are guests ot the family of H J Kiroes on RoadMarriage for Millions a warm one see it at the Nickelodeon to night and tomorrow night Ad mission 5c- Willie Amberg who has been attending school in Nashville Tenn returned home last Thursday night and will remain here until school begins again The Courier bar received a new rate for the Daily Louisville Herald When it is taken in connection with the Courier the two papers will cost 5250 You cannql get good read ing matter any cheaper With the exception of Clinton Street there is hardly a street in the town where you will not see horses tied to the fence and stand ing on the sidewalks and women and children are compelled to get oft the sidewalk and walk around the horses through the mud This is not the proper caper Hilchracks ought to be provided and an ordinance passed that would keep stock and vehicles off the walks Of course in some instances the street is better for the pedesterian than the side walk but this doesnt suffice for the present state of affairs Card io 1i1lGtPub We will continue to close our Drug Store at 11 oclock on Sunday mornings- If persons desiring medi y cines after that hour will call 27 or 36we will answer their calls promptly Respectfully Cowgills Drug Store Inc Mrs Maggie Ramsey reached home last week after a most enjoy able two weeks visit to Richmond Norfolk Jamestown Washington and other points of interest She was accompanied on the trip by her sister Miss Mary Lou Davis and her father Mr Henry Davis ofiFulton county Clinton Gazette TTYYY W + mmtCourier Want Carte AJt In IHt crfum cab CW Off Get ftr UW Ltu MM fan tuorili turif toil tail At 1111 ti If Htett VK ttlAnJell miltX pjtll tar It jjvjntr I 4 FOR SALEThe Mariah Crabb II- Iat see J W ROHEY 1tf LOSTblack silk shoulder cape Return to Mrs M E Rose FOR SALE CHEAP Two store counters WF Montgomery 47tf FOR SALEA Deering binder for sale cheap See J W Roney or Goalder Johoson 1tf FOR RENTHouse with six rooms in heart of torn 10 a month Apply at Courier office Sltf STRAYEDfrom my place in Hickman on Sunday 19th a mouse colored mule Return for reward to Green Keys 5 1tf WANTED Laborers on trench Twelve months work TilE E H ABADIECo Tyler Building Louis ville Ky 53 i FOR SALE CHEAPA fine piano must be sold quick for cash Has a very sweet tone and beautiful finish This Iis an exceptional opportunity to have a good instrument in your home Inquire at Courier officetf r F r e l U 4 r j i Egyptian Hustlers- CAIRO i AT ILL Thursday Friday Saturday JUNE 2022 Boat Races on the Ohio River 200000 Free Display of Fireworks Gorgeous Street Decorations Electric Light Illuminations Grand Mardi Gras and White Suit Parades Six Silver Cornet Bands Field Track and Athletic Events for Prizes Cairo extends an invitation to you to come Something doing every minute of the time and everything free except what you eat and drink Reduced Rates on all Transportation Lines See Your Local Agent for Particulars DONT FORGET THE DATE JUNE 2022II ABSOLUTELY The Best I MillinnairR Rannnrt Rnnds HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE it SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries Uord Handleeei Meet Your Friends LAUDERDALES I ifat TONSORIAL PARLORS 4iI Best in Hickman Hot and tcold baths i electric lights landGlisten St WcVm n Xy itit9 Next door to Jones Cafe Cash Book Store Bpleadid Selection Xftror Books Stationary Post Cards ITotion Ito Gill Intl see our Stock Every Ming up to late Huj tata Craw TIt Courier will be glad to send 0 roar frtatds away from Hickman magpie eofks of this paper Just r addreurTiii 11li Are You A Lemon Every time IJsce that mans face I feel in my pocket for a lemon squeezerThis a chance remark over heard recently on Clinton street And it carries a ton of meaning The sourfaced man is of p t I t1jj an airbrake to a snail He hates himself he hates the world and the world reciprocates i The worst phase of it all is that there is no excuse for the sour face To go deeply into the cause for tint paper and gallons of ink I A woeful waste In a worthless causeHowever a surface survey may warningWithout psy chology metaphysics or to any a extent into medicine here Is the bald proposition I 1 The sour face is the result of a 1 sour stomach or a sour mind Then what is the preventative alreadydeveloped I Very simple Remove the cause t and you remove the effect If a man is developing a face that i provokes an impulse toward a lemon 1 squeezer he should at once inspect i the conditon of his stomach- If i be discover that his digestion is i perfect be should critically examine the condition of his mind Maybe he will find that he is laboring under the illusion that he is no good t that the worlds against him and he cant help it The only hope for him then Is a system of hard training If the Inspection of his stomach Is fruitless rigid mental gymnastics void of re J suits the only course left to him is t to find an isolated spot in the Sahara t and stay there ANCIENT ROME ISIlard ufortHIItrrJIJnlment for IthauiiuUUm and all puln byttuwtitlKIIIMn I In the evening of life the want of things materially is easily righted but the poverty of mind is beyond all repair CURES ECZEMA ITCHING HU MORS PIMPLES AND CAR BUNCLESCOSTS NOTH ING TO TRY 1U Ik II UlotAiilo Jlloom jultnt liaevrtnln and uro cure for ectema Itohlnc tkln hu loreatreale+ watery Wirier pimple Hohttia Iwiiv or Joint lioll carbunole prlekllna pain In the kln old cutliiK otulcers ere lIotllo noel ISlIlIn Curt theI wont and most dewpse tad caw tiy nrloh 1 Iliitf purlfylliff and vitalising the hlood I I throlytlvinta healthy blood supply to I Ibekln lleal every Mire and Rive HID rich alow of health to the kin ItulliU up the broken down Imdy and make the bloat red and nourlibliiv 4117 advlMxl for chronic old caw tbat doctor patent iiinllclnri and hot sprint fall to cure Druirulit II with complete direction for home cure To prove It U II cure cample Milt free and prepaid by wrllliig lllo l llaliuOoN Atlanta la Ieerlbe trouble and free medical advlco MUI lu sealed letter z- r tjjers if1I IThe work would be mujjif fatter than it is if people would rfVe up to their obituary notices The parlor as a parlor will soon be a relic of the past The very name seems to suggest stiffness and lack of comfort The new houses even the most modest ones will have the best room the one in which the whole family gathers a warm sun ny place a home room in its truest sense The next generation will nut waste space on parlors Perhaps a little library for privacy will also be indispensable to many This cheery room of the future will hold the piano the general books the pictures work baskets and everything that serves to make home a haven of rest fir loyal hearts Speed the day jurr AS WE SEE IT Two persons stand upon the same bluff overlooking the great Missi ssippi river The one can see noth ing but a winding sheet of water obliged to follow down an incline on the earths surface and therefore of no interest to him The other spellbound and with awe and admi ration for the wonderful works of nature beholds a mighty river as in its ceaseless power and majestic beauty it rolls ever onward toward the sea St we saw the ripple of played thought of the pilot who when ask ed if be knew where alt the danger I ous rocks and shoals were along the I deep river rcplleduNo but I know where the deep water is and if we keep the boat in the deep water we worrzIAs we mused we thought there is a lesson in this It said to us net to fool away our lives paddling along the shores of the River of Time probing around trying to And all the rocks We believe many lives are wrecked not as much by the storms of life as lay driftng wltb the tide comingindangers along the shore Push out on the deep water bead your bark up the stream none but lazy Indolent people diitt with the tide Lay lsi rrri JFrBel Jh ont1sg years roll by as ceaseless as the flow of this mighty river we shall be able to look back with peace and consolation upon a life well spent in the service of God and humanity and by and by how sweet will come the welcome wards Wen done good and faithful servant SO CONSTITUTED There are some people so consti tuted that they go straight for the pleasant things as a bee pitches for clover top as soon as he Iit out of everythingItleast one voice that suits them wondering how God could put so much melody into a single throat They enjoy the spring they love the summer they luxurate in autumn they praise the winter They are pleased under any and all circum youlikeare a merchant for clients If you are a lawyer for patients if you are a doctor but you dont often get them on the sick list for they can cure almost any kind of disease even a brain storm with a bottle of laughter to be shaken before taken U What are those whom we meet in I society to us as compared to our own home circle Why do we take pains to be polite and agreeable to them and neglect those who have the strongest claims upon us It all comes about because we ha- veFair u Buy ctAuctontbe- ring rid of it on auctionsale rinciplcs going going one I JtStop the auction wiih Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair 110 mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way- ThabattklndofftUutlmonUl Sold for over Izty year ad XuLf14RSAPAIILU ors Fill 5- CllfJrIY PtCtOSAt 4- ii pt into the wrong way of thinkin- gI have put the home in the back rroaiMl whets It should occupy the ortmost place In our thoughts Ye should strive to snake ourselves luck members of the household I and that our absence ii like the IJII of MttMhtoe from a summer Ye own do it if we inter into113ii ignt spirit of hoMe The idea reins to exist among ui that to be pine to each other in the family sidle iIt tool sh and like putting on ate We mutt rid ourselves of this wtion and act on the principle that balever helps to make our inter nurse pleasanter with those outside he family oirele should be brought nto use there What have you set our heart upon Is It upon wealth sr position or fame Then let us I to ell goldLeavenjest heights of success your name nay be heard on every street and rou may still have made a dismal allure of life Have you ever heard 4 a man who was happy because he was rich or peaceful because he had mtdtne every competitor Never The supreme lessen of history is Ms that a dry crust with a dn con science is more to be desired then millions of dollars with an aching heart Let your ideal be to pursue and practice the highest truth to Raster fully the christinA science of tight living and not merely by your own vanity and MlAehneM in gaining a few more pounds than you can spend or by intriguing for potttwas which will bring you terrible rwpon sibilitios wftlch you are sadly unfitted to carry Let Cur ideal be to build up a manly character and then everythingwill fall into its proper I place i I The Man With Dandruff can now be cured Ho ilwniW buy a bottle of ZKMObMlajr XHilOdwtrojs LlHJ germ that MUM the dlwaM lU OMitor Itching iHiUntlr prorvnU fall lag hair and leaves the seap In a clean healthy condition All DroreUU For wile by Helm Cxf 0t Miles Killed by Train H W Miles was meUally killed at Trenton by tile fast florkk limited train from Haskvitte Io Chicago on the L k N Mr Mlloa was oa Us wagon driving two moles and was attempting to cross tile track ass the station It appears that he underoetimated the speed at which the train was g die ttw orthtac7the body bM b gtrl bly mangled Death was tauutUne oils The wagon was completely wrecked and one of Ute mules killed Mr Mlles moved to Trenton from Union City Tens about eighteen months ago Do You Want To Sell Do you want to soil your house and lot piece of land or real estate of any kind 1 The Courier has in augurated a Real Estate Depart propertyjthI vertise It without cost to you what ever unless a sale it aJfectod We will list your real estate advertise it and endeavor to soil it for you and if we effect a sale will charge you a per cent which amount will be agreed upon at the time the property is listed It relievos you of responsibilityIf for sale and are interested in this plan call on the Courier and lot M tell planWe your hansom for a per cent of the first months teAt There is a law In Delaware male ing it a misdemeanor to drink whts key on a train in that state That doesnt make it very long between drinks u THKRR ARE FEW ofMerlvetNMveeIII9IbUWMVAlmpklaa Marurli aadItInut te wltkeat It It 1lbraidIt Ii tut PIfttttnlelllitay1LWwtrllI anlnOnDuty is one of t mastoverwork languageDulynnatomyor Intownterswoiths Some fellows when speaking of their ancestry are quite correct in making mention of their great de c- entr B T DAViS gutorncij ut guv Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Si Randles store- HtCKMAH KENTUCKY a roo t For cool rockinc len work and least ittdfsi M t NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove the ideal time for summer Dues cvetyihitu f kind of stove will Ju Any dCltctr heat miun j threw sties and fully warranted At yetis JcaWi wr w r nearest agency fur dctcnptive adults The Rdo Lamp 7 Ia threaglaot ami besuttloNy MMkvM trusted aWlultlr Me aasesllltpower snoteaoeettusaVreta llr Lu t It iu t at your ilralet wale to amt MM r tc STANDARD OIL COMPANY dnoorpoald JIv A 1 Will build you A HOMEON lsA s Y MOKTIIIY le s t1 It will pay you to investigate this plan 44It will interest you if you Are paying rent I carry the only complete Uoc o WiMfcug mn bftidwmrc cut sad doors to be found SB the diy are right You IN UM judge call sad see VST JfV I ODDJDJB Vt 1 HICKMAN VALE WORKS VTABLISREI Torn Dillon Sr Prop Suooesser to L C Ra Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK ofaU Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY 17rf1 rs t erc1iifistKatink CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Tliiu wo offor to depositors Oth r MII dnoomonts nro of secondary imporUui Upon tiift fruarmitec we wljrii your fHilronage J A I1liOMPSUN II 11 UUOHANAN President nxRQTQRSii nuniAXyx j j r HOXIHJIUXT U u Tltlltkftl J AIKXiMIKIt It MISIKIt Or J MHI Ill l II T A IKIIFUItn YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality nt 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 W J BARR Y HICKMAN KENTUCKY wwr=W XP Better Printing For Less Money THE COURIER i4j