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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y rt t JJ JA JJ I Jt C t1 THE HIeKMM eOURIERlIB to it if he i to the the The A a Spinkm the at Wagon Up U HO am JUNE IH THE 1191 T rti I I with a flow tart the away art red In bad AM kiss their Aid it ilnoa with Its lOng wmia t hoi back ir ins field the In crib and ill iun hlno or the son it In i that man sac such philosophy lin work that mutt bo dons ft the moon by in eveq T maiTaOpy the and the Mini omparuon of Warring 1 800000 pftfwla HsMMltjrai i t ua 400060 Costa tlualtbit of Ute t do te atjkftllQItk t ills t aaotatty to l Kua to n a lS t r iffs Ue MMiHtry f ibirtyHe to n1Cotta ir foreim interost two and six WE MAINTAIN that no man is too poor take his home paper and pay for is hes not getting TheHickmanSnS5 paper you it is the best paper in Western Kentucky As a special inducement put this paper in every home subscriptiontoany city paper you may Turn tkt Polls ComtnitcHl lllagcriup Hill of5crcaaa Courtar Good Teem Grease Axles Your Old Man and Luln Hitch 1 fo11wcsratls qn FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY 21 190WUOLJ TEAR itnam knew babbling winds woods WPI the Uavta their autumn rtfltst graytalong rippling answer itrrltd and harvest ylald- AM IlHIgl ctackl the bright moons UghC laughs rhythmic funs Would could thcroa woodland bright and night life for JIeOtr1Lut would hurt enjoy Tbtarllght WILLIAM Strengthof Republics UOOOO soly ppelatal PIfI sAid el next years Rica have years ITile standing army of Salvador i- nte of peace Is between 2000 and JOOO Cwt a mieh larger Huraber have been kept on war footing since the outbreak of hesUltios It is saM that the RepuMtt m put JOOOO armed men In the field Mtaragira is much bettor wjulppod In arms and morn and lass a navy of six gun boats which will put the Salvadorean and Guatemala ports at her mercy neither of the latter pissMnIng gun boats- ANCIENT ROMEIW etrrrrflYe rL 1111 1 t A tweIItMQbarn sf twrll I M Sw-y 1 re aawrllaUW eu1 ioU ida- I east ud1I It pec tiIm kt Ius nlY Irad I1II A a- ur Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff j rLLL1iAhL1thILLu 0012e50 For We wish there was some way by which llie stylish appearance and excellent wear Ing qualities of these suits could be impress ed upon you But we know but one way a personal investigation Come here to morrow let us show you the inside how they are made the colorings you will then see why they are superior to most garments lM are sold at Values In I Beautiful White in a array of popular and desirable models in fine lingerie waists czt uti ely trimmed In and insertions i fine Lawn Waists trimmed In lace and medallions beautiful Jap Silk Waists some plain trimmed in lace No matter how many waists you haTe you wfll itad some here in this lot that will interest you Prices to 450 1 Skirt If you take the time to look through our line of skirts you will find many special for Ladles and Mkwoc in all grades materials and colorings The unusually attractive patternsthe excellent qualities of the materials and the superior workmanship will prove very attractive to you Prices From 150 to 1000t Wash GoodsSpecials Cotdora stripe Lawn a Sheer material with small cords ef polka tltls at 100 Elite I aUtea good wash rabrtlS7 inches wide polka dblsj stripes add figures per yard Sa Almlria Batiste in small figures and stripes fast colors worth lOo fcr4ri 6a Boast y Zephyr large ssd small cheeks and plaids a yd 158 We can show you the very latest and last of everything in the dress goods line The Court of Appeals decided that the sittni of bank deposits made by R G Dun Co is in Loui- yllle where the actual deposits were made and not in New York the home office of the company Under the decision the company must pay taxes on deposits 1000 1250 and IhrtSvhafiner bl 1906 tf Marx by vfiried dainty laces otheribeaHtlfully 50c values O1nehlttMtrt Stylish Trimmed Hats We have been able to lake advantage of an opportunity to secure stylish millinery ma terials at figures which render possible very lew prices on Trimmed Hats There are new stylishly trimmed Sailors Leghorns and other new things Come expecting extra bargains and youll not be disappointed Prices SlSO to fJSO Summer Floor Coverings- Do you know that we carry the largest stack of floor coverings In Hickman We do and youll And Just what you want Mattings from 12 l2o to c- DcCarpetl27 l2c to 80c Rugs 100 to 450 Art Squares SU SO to 25 00 llSmith Amberg J SMITH AMBERG Waists Skirts f In The fourth Istatee Noar Ironton 0 Charles Shafer shot and killed his wife and young son and seiously Injured his mother Iniav The tragedywas accom panted by circumstances of the most brutal nature The Fulton Leader says In r short time the people of Fulton will be given a sensation least expected It has been brewing for several months and when the search light of turned on it will open the publicltlIs readers with aston Ishment Those connected with the sensation are way up in G and bold their heads up far above the average citizen Now just be patient the Leader will tell you all about it at the proper time Every little country village has ar ambition to become a center and a boom city with no special nature feature or geographical advantages Under such conditions what is most needed iis some enterprise on the part of its local capitalists The must make the field advance in the uncertain field of development They must capitalize small factories and sec that they are kept employed Then the local business If finally developed and proves to the world that they are successful then out side enterprise will be sure to stet In and enjoy your prosperity with you Just like a fellow who finds a favorite Ashing hole and catches fish and all the other fishermen who see he Is catching will drop their hooks right by the side of the lucky fisherman The business men should stop talking and hoping for others to do something for the town They should get together themselves and 75cNO2HICKMAN ttrtTRon IWHegS 1500 Suits You Can Trust Special WaistsII Exceptional Bargains ll 1500lI prove to the world that they have a money making town No outsider will want to fish in our fishing hole until we prove that they can catch fish Let us push the town d+ Joe Langford the strawberry man is still picking berries from his patch This is an unusual oc currence Ordinarily the last berries are picked in May It is now June til and there are still many blooms on the plants which indicates that there will be berries to pick toward the last of July The first berries picked were on Easter Sun dByln March and the season will be the longest ever known in this section extending through five months Five couplos at EvansYllle signed an agreement to marry within the next six months one wedding to take place each month +The Secretary of the Treasury has Issued a call for the return to Treasury by July 10 of 30000000 now on deposit in national depository banks M Persian ProverbuTcn measure- of talk were set down upon the cart and the women took nine +All Paducahans are gratified over the work accomplished by the local delegation at Shclbyville Ky where they succeeded in capturing the 1908 meeting of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs ot Selfishness is the darkest prison iin which man can be aelf incarcerated Ut rt1fff 11 Official Paper Of Fulton Csunty- iliA 111Aa a h l Floating Body Found The body of Chris E Rote Hick man negro who was employed by Val Carpenter on the levee below town was fonnd floating in the river at Memphis Thursday afternoon by a fisherman The body was badly decomposed and in his pocket was found a letter which identified him An insurance policy for S100 in the Knights of the Guiding Star of the East and 1610 were found in the pockets of his clothing The letter was from his wife and showed that they had quarreled but that a re conciliation bad been affected Rose was about forty years old five feet six inches high and weiged about 165 pounds Two bank books were also found on the body one of Hickman bank and one of the Farmers Mer chants bank showed that he had made some small deposits during the months of April and Ma- yPaceHardy Albert Pace of Illinois and Miss Hazel Hardy daughter of Mr and Mrs C P Hardy of Union City were quietly married at the parsonage of the First Christian church Wednesday afternoon by the Rev Mr Castleberry The groom has for some time been in charge of the I C railroad office at Gibbs The bride is one of Union Citys handsomest I and most popular belle- sRobinsonCalhoun George W Robinson and Miss Florence Calhoun both of Union Citywere married at the Metho dist church immediately after prayer meeting Wednesday night byf the Rev Mr Castlebeny THERE ARE FEW PMPle wbo know bow to take earn or IlemMllethetnJurltldomet The elver It a moil Important orBan IH tile todr llvrblne will keep it In roadltluuaR U Slinnklim Alan Tease write I beta sued llerMnit fur chilli niMl Fever IInd and It the beet tnedlelne 1 ever uml I would trot be without It HUwttOHxl for children ait II for grownup propl And I rotu meal It It unite for Uillrlppe ISoM laT low1 Uruit blur Inc and Helm fKllhun Dropped Dead Mr Oscar Nichols a well known citizen of Moscow dropped dead at the home of Mr A B Arrington at Moscow Saturday night last Mr Nichols wife and child had gone to the home of Mr Arrington to stay during his absence he being away on business Just as Mr Nichols prepared to sit down to the supper table he dropped to the floor dead He was a relative of L D Nichols of Crutchfield who is well known to many of our citizens Henry Dennis had his foot badly mashed last Thursday at Kirks sawmill in the lower bottom There is a difference be tween the Florsheirn Shoe and others There is one real way of roving itwear the sloeDiscoverable Merit is what we call thus actualtwearing of the shoe that brings out its true qualities Most styles are 500 EWuiY Ap Smith Amberg Hickman Ky 4v I 5Pr + J rifl Ir-r I 9 9i 9e i HVI J e f if Ii 1t tRi i 1 II iN j t L t tlIir it iJl F i to 1 J t 1 j jtttt1 j e J i i r 1 i L r il 11 1 rt I f I i I I t r f f rd c f t d 1r r 1r 1i 1z 1 a ks history Of- ft 4 Itici s r on Sale- uurlets Want Column nt at the Courier Officer Nayior wet to Fulton yes LA lll i Woatherly IsI visiting in I V Wf i Shaw Betterswort and sco titling down at mothers e It Cafe t rns spent apart of this y I ouotry reek to Mr and Mu ni twins r R AdAiM hoc accepted Ii fie poitcJke Mr and Mrs Frank fight pond boy A i ol the Lee Line sn m town this week kmt SM M B Shaw Ssw 53tf rwiSe relUr and The Jeer one year11S A yau of Kevll Ky CanHhers and wife i des worth living iii II IUK Jones Cafe MiWMrter ot Mar ktsoft Mss Corlnni i hrMfasvarteti for nice brs and fruit At sorter RsalyCes the tovue It wil Warren Allison and rnt wofA fn Union MiL rMetropolis Utr parents Mac if r RoM wig leave first ttar LowtsvRleto take j tnMs oellege A Brevard arrived ro Ark Friday te TiT inlaw R B Bre Mtt Ue UBilerta er is- v i ors Hardware Com riled Ute house ol- Corum l spent a few seek In Woodland rat of Miss Fandale olltM wilt has been Jilt Mn A 0 t Sunday for her homo srpatterls In Paducah n ProM there she points In Kentucky Davit left Thursday Divert City Ky tow who was injured by i him- flutes T and Mrs Jno M of TIptonvIlle t M Amberg They 111 y night r fr formerly a reali died at his hem- et La on the 18th was 78 years old plored by his many U as the family hew s a soninlaw of a Wilson of this city elt in a room at her uie Jackson the reign Uwell county and a t through Western mmitted suicide by notJacksonto exceptional beauty fished horsewo- manssuauaauauuau Helm Elliwn- fltherc Forecasts saturday It and sultry Sunday form period Monday Local storms TuesdayHeavy Wednesday local rains- Thursday tanweatherFriday warmer weather Try an Egg Drink If uttirent from r I himI1 4 Ii I KENTUCKY trrrrry YWY ttrtrlr Ice CreamLogic huII PoboSatisfyjagI ifitHELM ELLISON Fresh groceries at Cavitts Use Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff Postmaster Stephens lion the sick list Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff is the highest grade snuff JI John Kirk was in East Prairie this week on business Miss Annie CogUlls spending a few days in Cairo Ills Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no 48 MIlS Uttie Parham left Tuesday- to visit friends in Sharon Tenn CityisThe house of quality is the right place to buy coffins and cas kets Mrs Mildred King and Mrs E C Oman were Clayton visitors this week Rouraan Kline Is here this week the guest of his aunt Mrs c C ohlenker Read the announcement of the Ilison Sale on second page It will interest you C R Collins left Saturday for Gardner Tenn for a two weeks visit with relatives Miss Ida Morgan of Union City has been the guest of Chas Perry and family this week Mrs James Coek and children went to Martin Monday to visit her mother Mrs Johnson The Undertaker at the Farmers Hardware Co wilt answer your calls promptly day or night Miss Edwina Sommers of Wick IUf Is visiting her Grandmother Mrs M J Somers of this city Among those who went to Cairo PercyJonesEo Roper of west of town got- hla foot caught In a wagon wheel last reek and Is going on crutches now Misses Dora Smith Imoglni Moore Dufie Bruer and Mattie De Bow leave Tuesday for Hopklnsvllli to be gene several weeks Miss Mattie Dunlop of Clarks vibe Tenn Is the guest of Miss Charlotte Hubbard She arrived In iokroaa Monday evening Prof B F Gabby left this week for Winchester where he will attend the State Teachers Association He wltllpend the summer in Mays Lick KyThe Hiokman Grocery Company has been incorporated in the sum ol 1000 The Incorporators are W C Johnson C G Schlenker and C L WalkerWe that Charles Travis was made the happiest man in Hick man Wednesday by the advent of a ten pound boy at his house Congratulations old fellow The Christian Endeavor will meet at the Baptist Church Sunday even- lng at 645 The life of Moses will be studied Miss met Luten will have charge of the meeting FOR SALE CHEAPA fine piano must be sold quick for cash Has ia- very sweet tone and beautiful finish This is an exceptional opportunity- to have a good instrument in your homo Inquire at Courier office S2t At the Christian Church Sunday Bible School at 9 30 a m j preach- Ing and Communion service at 1045 n m subject The creed that needs no revision Evening service 7 4S subject Glorifying God in ou bomeServlces by F H Vernor pastor Alvin Morgan and Miss Voy Wit ngliam a handsome runaway coupl from Wingo Ky were united 1111 marriage in Fulton Sunday The escaped from home in a buggy anu drove to Fulton The ceremon was performed while the contractin g parties were seated in their vehicle Chas Beckham one of our subscribers and best friends at Higger son Mo was in town yesterday and called on the Courier lie say he enjoys the Courier and thinks i- worth i11 three times the subscriptioi price Charlie IsI managing a pap r- wood camp at Higgerson Th ater has stopped work for a ahor while and he is spending a day o two vkk friend M Hkkaua The Ellison Sale River falling slightly Telephone No 48for coal When In need of gasoline come to the Courier Office R L Bradley made aj business trip to Dorena Wednesdays i Cityisyourtrade ofTroy GOmanMr and Mrs Sude M Nalfeh reo turned Wednesday from an extend ed trip through the Fast Mrs Fannie Tlllman the recent guest of Mrs J W Rogers left for her home in Cairo Saturday ItDvisitingfriends Rev Frank Henry Vernor this week gave bond to perform marriage ceremonies C C Smith Is his suretyMrs B H Cavltt of St Louis has returned home after a pleasant visit with the family of Mrs Cavitt- on Troy Road Harryleftlends and attend the Egytlan Hust lens celebration Miss Hal Merman well known IIn this city will be married to W B MayfieldMrs Eliza Hertweck left Wednes day for St Paris OhlOito visit her daughter Mrs She will be gone several months The regular preaching service rill be held at Graves School House byFIan Church Herbert Rogers an old Hickman boy hat accepted a position with the Mengel Box Co filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Frank McCracken All those who have subscribed to the U D C gateway fund will please hand It to Mrs Jno S Dillon or Miss Marie Brevard Mrs J S Dillon Tress Miss Carrie Ramage left Tuesday afternoon for Nazareth Academy Nazareth Ky where she will at tend the graduating exercises of her sister Miss Mildred Ramage Mrs Eugene Naylor and ohildtei left Monday for their new home at East Prairie Mo where Mr Naylor has a position with the Bryant Mercantile Co We are sorry to lose these good people On the first Sunday in July F H Vernor pastor of the Christian Church will preach both morning and evening on Christian Union At the morning setvice the great need of Christian Union will be dis cussed In the evening the true bull of Christian Union will be re vealed Last Monday the county courts oli Fulton and Hickman counties let the contract for a bridge at Moscow to- The Vinccnnes Bridge Cod The bridge will cost 1950 and must be completed by Sept 15 It is known Ia pin bridge and will have concrete abutments and when complete ed will be one of the best bridges in this part of the country We are printing a large number of extra copies of the Courier this week and are distributing then throughout the county with a view to getting a number of new subscribers In portions of the county where we are not so well represented as we are in other sections We are making a special proposition this week for subscribers and call veryoncs attention to it To those who get a Courier this week who ore not regular subscribers we can attention to the advertisements ol our merchants who are taking advantages of these columns They have something for you that Is wortt your while or they would not spend money for printers ink Read the advertisements and see if there iis your SodaPleasure A glass Of Soda must bf- torvod o in tho nicest possibli wnyju8t rihtIlo drip0t ping sloppy glnss before ii- I i- tarn iit bo fully enjoyed TluiI t t you will fool safe and sur that you wont get all full 01 e stains and you 11 be happy t Bud cnrofreo rHELM Jc ELLISON laiumauuauuuuinuuuuiuiuuiuuuuuuuuuuuuuaLfi 3 E s E Dollars Made i rtftttrtTTTTTTT By buying your bUg from the Hickman Hardware Co E = iLOOK OUT- s I E NEXT 30 DAYSE= The prices we will make will move them Do you want one = fir r 3INC E Ir1111111111t11111111111 111ttt1It11i111111t111ttttt11t111111f1ff1111111I d = Quality Still- Maintained BL 1r SI OICJ- taC M2I4 4 The Giesecke 1 Shoes Xi for men and women GIRtsECI irS Gsla1= The Sholby Oxfords for Womon tlio finest in tin land AH styles nnd prices 150 to t00f every pair n snap Wo kcopftho quality up INeni350 Pants CUT TO 2 08 Mien and Boys Straw Hats from 25c to 750 CASH TOE STORE- E I C RICE P CO I Y Courier Want Cl AJstnlHtnUmnctuti OntiOme Gal IW Went Leis lAM tnwrjjvxlt cal hat swank At H- Vitr twr ttni Ml mtt mm I H NtJ lor In Afouwr I A AAAAAAAAA AA AAAAAAAAA FOR SALEThe Mariah Crabb lot see J W RONEY 1tf FOR SALE CHEAP Two store countersWF Montgomery 47tf FOR SALEA Deering binder for sale cheap See J W Roney or Goalder Johnson 1tf FOR RENTHouse with six rooms In heart of town 10 a month Apply at Courier office Sltf FOR SALE Desirable town and farm property apply to J W Roc ERS or J N ROOERS LOSTA childs black silk coat and tan cap Sunday night between T T Swaynet and A A Farls residence Reward offered Mrs R T Tyler Everything good to eat the Elite Cafe on Clinton stree- tCommissioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COOKT KT J J C Boikterant PtafetMT vs Fatuity MrxMary J Reid Dft BY virUie ol a JvdgHMfU and order oiSale of PtflM Circuit Court rendered at the Stay Term thereof 150 In the above cause for the sum of Thirteen hundred seventyeight dollars and sixtyfive cents with interest at the rate of six per center annum from the 17th day of I May 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the 8th day of July 1907 at 10 oclock AM- or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit six months the following described property towit Lots No 61 62 63 and 64 in Gour leys addition to the town of Hick man Ky Also Lots No 117 118 119 and 120 in Gourleys addition to the town of Hickman Ky Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums mndWForI chaser with approved security or securities must ex cUr Bond bear ing legal Interest rom the day of sale until paid and having the force and eUect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these I termsJ R Milner Com irrtI itL T r wE- 111E It j ican Bros AnnouncementThat1 oh sale their entire stock of Dry Goods Clothing and General Merchandiseto be sold with little regard for cost for 1 4 Three Days Only Saturday June 22 Monday June 24 Tuesday June 25 THE ELLISON SALE A SALE WITHOUTrPARALLEL PARALLELYOULL SEE ITS LIKE DURING THE YEAR EVERYTHING PLAINLYMARKED BEFORE THE SALEEVERYTHING EVERYTHINGPLAINLY MARKED NOWMAKES IT EASY TO DETERMINE THE WIDE SACRIFICEMADE OUR STOCK IS HEAVY AND WE MEAN TO- REDUCE IT A SALE LIKE THIS WILL DO IT THE ELLISON SALE This is not merely an announcement that has no significance neither is it intended to be conducted along the worn out lines that characterize the average sale If are interested read along and understand the conditions which govern this unusuall occurrence Weather you conditions as you know have been exceedingly unfavorable to the selling of certain lines of merchandiseour Summer is late in coming and the time is almost ripe to have our Fall stock under way Ve Would Prefer to Sell at a Sacrifice Rather Than To Carry Goods Through to FallMTherefore it becomes necessary to dispose of the present stock and this can only be accomplished by a positive true and genuine reduction in prices Lets see how we can assure a cutting of price for this is one of the promises our house is goingtoi keep Everything in Ellisons Store is Plainly Marked Every article is marked in plain figures Not a ticket will be disturbed not a figure changed upon the original ticket except a plain figure noting clearly the reduction made upon the article1 beides our guar antee and our assurance is behind every transaction which might be undertaken This Is Not An Ordinary Sale And it will be wise to come and visit our store as oncego through wait upon yourself if you like and assure yourself of the splendid reductions made throughout the stock Our systemof plain figure will quick ly determine that goods are cut regardless of cost With This Positive Sure and Certain Assurance on our part it will be worth your while to see the tempting beautiful and cheap array of merchandise which will go quickly giving the public the benefit of such savings as we clearly demonstrate The goods offered in this sale are not shopworn damaged or unattractive but they have style charac ter and quality and every feature to make them desirable Talk it over among yourselves then come together Saturday morning and assure yourselves of the genuineness of our promise You Arenot Going to Have an Opportunity Like This Again During The Year These prices obtain for Three Days Only our object being to quickly reduce stock Dry Goods oodsDrossl Wash Goods Percales Madras GTnglianifl Lawns Batistas all kinds of Sumnipr Bres J ppflitTj Il Tr White Goods Linons Loco and ErnbroidorJ Hnndkerohiors Corsets Uoslory and Unthorwear nntlF No iJl of all kinds all going at priced you would never expect to got thorn for now Ladies Readytowear Garments Handsome Waists and Skirts Muslin Undorwoan ato to BaariOa for thraa t1lap Millinery Ladles Mu sos and Childrens Trimmed anti fonilytoyeitr flats saoriflcod rOgarrtlcHs ofpoHb House Furnishings Floor Coverings M ttingUt pots Oil ClotiisrMnOIcuniJ Rtr6a Arb S1uaroH WindageE itt+ Laco Curtains Etc at heavy roduottfinHi Table Furnishings Table Linons Table Oil Qlotlis Sipkins Table CovorsCo r4ls Bto fib inlifOso saarlilCoL Clothing Hons Boys und Ohilrlren OoLhing Suits and i1tHtobof Hold nt nuoli RloriflcQSthI ifi yOir would hardly believe unless you ooino and see for yourself Mens Furnishings Mens Shirts Underwear Hosiery SuHpeiulorH UeltB fteckwcar Hats of nil kinds o grcaEly rviilioud Shoes Peters Celebrated Diamond Brand Shoos for Mon Women Boys Girls and Children nil reduced Sale commences Saturday June 22 continuing 3 days Monday and Tuesday June 2425 I BLLISON BROS- fi fiWzrntedHICK N KENTUCKY u SomeIces Raspberry Ico Lemon ico Cherry Ico Pineapple leo Orange leo Did you know wo curry such a largo variety of ices Many of tho other popular flavors in that rich creamy ico cream of ours HELM ELLISON One of the remark in President Roosevelts recent car tall speeches which always won great applause was I I believe in an elght hour day for the man but I want to see the mans wife receive as good a show as the man He also said he had a poor opinion of the man who declaims for an eighthour day for himself who does not think I anything at all of having a sixteen hour day for his wife Ill atop your pain tree To how you nrll before you pend ft lull tn7 Ilnk Pain Tmblwti can do 1 you tree a Trial tackaca of them Dr HboopM llcui aebTllblta Neuralgia llradaebeTknlli acb llrrlod paint eta pre due alone to blood eonteuron Ur t Uoop llradacbe TtlbletlmDl kill pain bF IOslncrthe unnatural blood prviturv Addres lr Hboop Hoclne WU Hold by aU dealers George F Edmunds of Vermont once a republican leader in the United States senate professes the belief that President Roosevelt can not be persuaded or bullied into accepting a third term nomination and says that if he should be so foolish he would be defeated Mr Edmunds sees danger in the third term proposition To Snuff Users IIbeltII the highest grade of snuff tobaccos carefully cured and Iis all its name inplies a pure Scotch Snuff of the very highest quality 3 Mrs Lillian Neighbors arrived Sunday for a few days visit with her parents R L Smith and family For that tired hot feeling drink Feptoline Refreshing and invigor ating Jones Cafe Every newspaper with few ex ceptions never allows an oppor tunity to pass to say something good of the town in which it Iis locatedI its business men or private cituenlI Did you ever stop to think of this Is this not a fact A good newspaper I does not only do this but thy are continually trying to persuade I everybody to spend their money at i borne As a citizen business or professional man are you doing aa much for the paper I leap undertaker at CompanyIncorporated A Little Sermon We ran across a story the othti day of a miser named Silas Warner who hid his money under the floor oC his cabin and when night came he gloated over it One day when he was absent the moneywas stolen And on the hearthstone was left a baby The miser was wild with grief over his loss Out there was the child He could not letl it die Its hepleii ness appealed to him He took charge of it By degrees the childs winsome charm stole into his desolate heart He grew to love the baby The child was a great blessing to him and comfort in his old age The story illustrates the divine lawthe law of assimilation You are changed fashioned into the likeness of that which you admire and oveIf you love gold better than any ting else your heart will be as hardI isgoldIf love sweet and innocent and tender things your heart will be rub and tender and joyful The little San Francisco babe left lothetless by the earthquake was worth many times its weight in gold It transformed and gladdened at cast the two sorrowful lives of the idopters Its weakness was strength So long its the tiny fingers of babyhood are allowed to twine themselves about the hearts of men and women Ihe world cannot become very bad Probably you would like to hear of- lhe Frisco infant for more and more il the world learning that it is not out of the mouths of knitted gun or moothed rifle but out of the mouth of babes and sucklings that trength is ordained which shall still the enemy aqd the avenger- It is a fine instinct of humanity bat pads it to the worship of Bethle emThis baby was born in the early art of last year In San Francisco lust an ordinary mite with dimpled ands and pink toes The baby was a part of a large family that was destroyed by the arthquake all save the mother and the babe At first the doctors said the mother would die also Only the babe ould save her mind and her life And so it turned out that in caring ror the baby the mother bore her grief and lived Out of the mouth of the suckling rength was ordained A few days ago the mother died iddenly What would become of oaby Would It be sent to a found ling asylum The question was quickly answer ed A rich woman made lonely by ereavement took it to herself She new the baby often wished for it and was made happy in adopting See our Window Display of Enamel Ware roc Each cam For Our Cut Price Sale On Next Saturday Monday and Tuesday Many of these are worth three times the price askedy ELLISON BROS ABOUT PAINT B P S Means ECONOMY CONOMY ECONOMYIN MATERIAL TEMPER B P S u a Pure Lead inc nnd Linseed Oil Paint Purity Perfect Formula Fine Grinding Means Econ ony in Covering Spreading and Wearing HELM e ELLISON Ask for B P S Sealed Evidence paint costs color oard and plates of colored houses Free childHe hidden those things from the wise and revealed them unto babes Eczema and Pimples ire quickly and permanently rural b1 1KMO a clean Iliquidl for external ue 1EMO draws the jrrmi to the surface of the skin and dratron them leavini a nice clear healthy skin Write E W ROM Mod Co St Louts Mo for sample All DrupgUU veil ZEMO For sale fry UtAm a Kllion Republican Convention Republicans of Fulton county met In convention at the court house Saturday for the purpose of select- Ing delegates to the state convention- to be held June 19 in Louisville and to Dominate a candidate for the legislature The convention was ailed to order at 130 oclock Robert Beadles of Fulton war sleeted chairman of the convention tad john A McClure secretary The convention decided to send ai uninstructed delegation from Fulton ounty with the single exception that the delegation is to cast Itl vote as a unit for Capt Ed Farley- of McCracken county for state treasurerThe to the conventioi were R B Beadles J M Harkey- R F Grey J T Stephens B W uddy and F J Wilds The following resolutions were palled Resolved t That we the republicans of Fulton County Ky in convention assembled do endorse the call of the Chairman of the State Central Committee for a stall onvention to be held at Louisville rune 19 1907 Resolved Thai we endorse the administration of resident Theodore Roosevelt and atilt stands for believing that hll arious public acts meet the views of be citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the countryat large and that the unparalleled prosperity of the nation is largely due to the confidence reposed in him and reflected by the party he repre lentsJ John A McClure suggested to the delegates that they urge that a plank be inserted In the platform adopted by the convention recognlz Ing the movement of the farmers oft the country toward cooperation that President Roosevelt in his Lansing Mich speech endorsed iit by these words t A vast field Is open for work of cooperative asso Nations of farmers in dealing wits I the relations of the farm to transpor ation and to the distribution and manufacture of raw materials It IIs Duly through such combination that American farmers can develope ti I their full extent their economic andI social power That they were the wealth of the country and that they demanded at the hands o executive bodies such recognition a I would better their condition and give them an equal chance with the commercial and industrial world On motion the convention adjourned The Ellison Sale Miss Eunice Adams of Route Four is in Versailles Ky where she will spend several weeks with friends Have you tried Pepsoline I Nsiag K the historic city of China Is reported to have been destroyed last week and 4000 live I lost as a result of an earthquake TIME LABOR Flag That Made Song New York Mm toamtaaa L F 0 A A Itstr KraiMkiiMmliiwr ef tho On QWHTW At11141 who command ed Fort 1telsr7 when kit Urttteh bfiMtmrdiHl It IIII the war at 1813 aiMl when Frwtrla 8eou Kr wra Tfc StarHimucfetl Banner toW a ra- nprtr Ute other Ur what bw kelw- etMl t the klotenr of Ute ortgtiMl Hag This eke Mjra was 1M pllvate prop erty ef kr Nrdattbev eeL Ami tr4l owl his dr odd U tier only lNOior Htxra AMJtMM ul this elty- WlMin th art wa koine bewhanJeJ Kry went lo the ftrliMi Matelira MM et the bomtwrdlBB Beet t1a11r a oat ef trude On Ma wy Vaek III Hfthimera the next mniliiR he isw tb starry Rag still Aytar ever tlHt tent The iplat la Hr i4 Mra to writ tlte lieu ads Sir HUBlor had a HeiiMW ef UM nrlRlMal Oar whMk shows K lo have bees ss Mwwlly 518 ptrtna lac about M feet by 49 It kM li ItttPSl ai an the nalloMl 5a3s M4 at that Urn one liripe far seek state TN Man art well aoMiletl bed U la mHNhor oiaeai that eee has abet away by a ahaN Awe fresh tMa rvm cud anatbor at eae amor ahxi wade by a shell tho Hag U la i Iteat mftdtlieu airs Hunter differs with her sitter ales Gcergo Llttito fisher Itt Wwtertclt araooo Nw lltlghloa Staten Island somewhat u to details la the history ef the flac limo aarrrlso has bn espressod- at different times that the flan la net now and has sot always been la the H 8 OMlon of the Bitlonal coreraMeaL Flag That inspired The Star Spangle- Banner airs naier explained this by laathat the flan waa presented to OaL Amilaftad by the froremraont att the flRbt airs Hunter says that tb hag was the private property ef CL Armlit ad having tHen presetitwi I him by a committee ef M DalUmwe citizens a tow days before the eenfllot ken he saw the Hrltlib fleet ap proaching ho threw it ta the breeze Col ArmUtcad wee a hrllltaBt eflt eor she said lie waa RnMl MtMI at West Point as a feeem llwU mant in 1199 beeaHM a captain In 18flC ma jor In 1811 brevet Meutenant eetenel In 1811 Alter his decease of tho fert on Sept 12 111 I he waa made a colonelThere was never any doubt b that the hag belonged to him My other waa born In the fort some time before the death of tho colonel which occurred on April 3C 1818 Hlio waa named for him Georgians Slot rear rlago to William Stuart Appteton ef the Boston family baa already hoe Itold 1 remember playing undor the nag as a girl Ha history alnoe tbo fltb Ila one mainly of tho occasions when 1It was exhibited Tho last of tbeio w at the aoiulcentcnnlal celebratloa the city of Ualtlmoro In 1880 It waa alto exhibited at tho Centen nial exposition at Philadelphia In 1870 and I think at some celebration con InIauspices o Commodore Prcble Hut I forgot the railing of the nag at Port Mollenry la 1825 In honor of the visit of Gee Lafayette The disposition of tho flag at m brother death IIs problematical lie may leave It to Peabody Institute 1In Baltimore or to a museum la Wash Ington Neither Mrs Saunter nor her brother nor her sister laI connected with any Revolutionary society although they all take Interest In patriotic afJ fairs Kbcn APpleton tho owner off the flat lives In Manhattan boro plied la well to do countryprodtCc A Remarkable Clock A wonderful clock is that made by Louis Jull n for several years an inmate of Northampton county poorhouse N arcth Pa Having Inherited and adopted the clock makers redoI he took three old clocks and from them he hat con struototl an elchtUay clook run by weights that has second minute and I hourhands and a dial hewing the J Kxltacal signs In addltien to the hours the ooak strikes the quarters half hours and threequarters A cord may also be pulled in the dark or by a blind person when the hour and correct quattotheur will be struck In separate compartment It also shows the rising and setting of the son and moon At Christmastime the advent of Christ Is shown together with the manger the oxen and asses in their stalls i the wise men from the least appear and the angel to warn jMoph and Mary i Mary ami the bake are placed ou an ass and lee away i Herod and hisi soldiers arrive too late to obtain their intewiod vktlm I well aN11 1ew kM I ft feet Mel t1s7 IW s MUIIf6 I IR nsIIIt fdse I i 1m eetr 1 ar Jeaa tfeeae It ty y MbaeI nod s5 u NPail- v Ielaebriobesibt IMMI mtrfm Htwu Klmiui- AM I Mr ela ta fTcnfi aMl Ia- p R MMIeM W tbMt tmtttmt ft5 AT LNaMS hay tae M wnbee tl eb t Ita 10 sibs rCIM- ltuI Iaa1A fie ty l- t ranwnNo r I- idalrNM Sit Happineu M merely a state of salad Train yours to be happy It is the great secret of joylul living County Union A S 0fE There will be a reguu rJCtFultonheld at the Court flourkLocal Unions wilt pleat idelegation as very Imp will be transacted iI wheat pledge equity n L prelrolnary preparation f ter liatbflone will bto Itli jests of the meciiir jI the President WBMr tl Jjj- J A Mn It Telephone Ice htphone no 48 for ca t Ice and coal Go nJ t t9arlI t JJ The average Uumir a very cutltog way Nrt man tan sort f reap beautiful sunrue He is not Boceaa f punter who has no I A home wotldwc 1 1 be dubbed a parlor nu If you arc oonteir than RpeketeiiT An etoaMoMl1 boils a bwfcot of thin IetfC mat b him V ftnds the way to the V A ashwomani n t v keeps his wife in h v A RWof r lance decreases u r creases Fourth of July CelebrationC land Horse Races Mayfield Ky JULY 4th 5th 6th d0IvonB The RWest Kentucky Fair Association Mayfield Ky erWest Kentucky Fair Association rcoeaUy 8rgWe host kosineos had Usanoial men of city and county They will make It their special aim to give the peopl A mate moo The fair will he oonduated by tile Secretary Hale who thoroughly understands the Business They h w pleUd a half mfle regulation traok and it is wlthtut doubt ttt est anJ safest track m the state A new large lNmtnod with a seating capacity of 7500 Baseball game forenoon of each day The grounds 160 acre The Association orktet 4 If stables They invite horsemen and trainers to winter at tth e Have a large Mid of horses both harness and runiit July 4th 5th and 6th We give away a 1000 each day I Will have spedal attractions for July 4 5 6 An taus- at t balloon ascension and double parachute leap sowehm r attempted PEl GrRA1I1FIRST DAYJULY 4ttat raee Trotting J In 5 mile heats free for all U 2nd race Running 4 furlong dash any age 3rd race Pace 3 lin 5 mile heats free for all 4th race Ostrioh against horse 2 in J 4 furlong heats- t Sth race Running 5 furlong duo 6th race Merchants stake mile dash free for all nnwu ocSECOND DAY JULY S S 1st raae Graves county trot or pace 3 In S mile any age 2nd raceRunning 4 furlong dash free for allII j 3rd race Ostrich againit horse 2 in 3 4 furlong il 4th race Tobacco Mens Stake free for all running 6 fur Ij 5th racePace 3 in 5 mile heats free for all THIRD DAYJULY 6 00 tat race Trotting 3 in 5 mile heats trey for all S 2nd race Running S furlongs io- y 3rd race Ostrich against horse 4 furlong heatlI + 4th race Pace J Jn 5 nlle heats free for all 0 5th race Manufacturers Stake free for all mile dash rll1 Five to nil and three to start In the above radS Entries for all races during the three days closes at 11il ri4th S per cent to enter and S per cent additional on r- yi moneys 75 and 25 The Association reserves the right to y a race they see fit before same is run 1 I WEST KEirrnrsv FAIR ASSOCIATI t- e W L Hale Secy MAC J l Have iron liver Tried It WHAT 7 f TEFSOLtNI3mT THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK OF THE SEASON EVERY DROP TASTES LIKE MORE At JONES CAFE Only I Headquarters For Everything Goodit TICS BE TSodawater PhosphatesThe largest Ice Cream Parlor Best place to get cool Only Electric rianino The Best Service in Town PEPSOLINE 5c I I IE Aoor E COLUMN VNDIU1a K told you of the our Members to r for next years t d 3ld knot bc as ex red fecal union te Hot to get alt Its i at UK next regu site elevators the to talk about and u 0 elevator to tom soon M possible ill the M h 0 and 4SU 1 Hys I i that we fan save o INN both these t dear But In the staN we dwith Hive has been iiscusiton about the rus of storing wheat mercantile elevate- sv years experience J ul favor of elevators Y r A bed one dollar we were all ready to sell Dill the sea ten was so late that few could spare teams and hands to haul their wheat to market Those who had their wheat In the elevators bad no haul tag to do but sold at a profit nl U to 15 ots per bushel after paying all expenses for insurance and storage Wheat In elevators had sustained no loss from shrinkage or waste and was really in better condition than when stored Wheat which was worth 72 ots at threshing time sold at 90 to 9J eta netting 85 ots This was a clean pros of U ots or 18 per cent on the investment I know that there Iis a claim that wheat in mercantile elevators is apart of the visible supply and this may be true but lilt does become apart of this visible supply it still be longs to the farmer and he has it stored just where be can sill at a moments warning whenever the price suits But suppose his wheat is at home in the garner He has all the trouble with rats mine wastage leakage mold weivel and etc and his wheat Iis still to haul off when the price comes fin Endorsed CheckL q q Gives NO Ground For Dispute II IIt The endorsement upon the back of each check is f f that the party received payment IIr1 This endorsement makes each check and indisput F eipt for the amount paid No need to pay any bill fciJtime t 1 Pay by checkIts the safest way II Itf We offer exceptional advantages for checking ace u both large and small EIOXI4AN BANK nyI Tap amSTBread Hot Rolls Coffee Cake Mixed Cakes Angel Food Cake Devils Food Cake Chocolate Cake Marble Cake Can make any kind of eakes II PEPSOLINE 5c Then perhaps the roads are bad or the teams and hands all busy or the cars short or something else in the way so that the price tumbles be fore we can get our wheat to market True we aim some day to make the price uniform but that will be when we are thoroughly organised But the question Iis what shall we do until we are organized If we mn erect or rent good elevators by all means let us do so But if we cannot secure our own let us store in the mercantile elevators until we can secure our own In the Revolu tionary war we were not strong enough to gain our independence but we secured the cooperation of Spain Holland and France and by their aid we gained our freedom By the time of 1812 we were able to defend ourselves against Creat Britain and she has never cared to try to whip us since If farmers can clear 18 cents by holding wheat in mercantile elevators we shall soon be able to erect our own True we may not be able to do this every year but if we can make only six per cent it will be no bad invest mentI some young men will claim that they con make more than 18 per cent by trading in horses cattle sheep or hogs therefore they will dump their wheat on the market in order to get money to trade on In fact some have already sold their crop of wheat at 90 cts and expect to make up by trading what they lose in price But this trading is really much more uncertain than holding farm products for better pricesThey may make 18 per cent or they may lose 20 per cent Besides every bushel of wheat dumped on the market Injures not only the dum per but all other farmers while every bushel held off the market aids not only the holder but every farmer in the country Besides all this if we will erect or rent our own elevators the A S of E wilt ad vance money on elevator receipts for produce deposited Already many tobacco growers Dr S K Davidson DENTIST OowKt1l Ofllaa onrjj Hickman Kentucky V V are receiving more in advance on their tobacco than they could sell the whole crop for before the tobac co growers organized The same will be true of wheat when we build our own elevators and pledge 50 to 75 per cent of the crop Since writing the above I learn that some of my neighbors have sold their new crop of wheat for one dol lar UptoDate says The popu lar question now asked us is What price will the A S of Eset on the 1907 wheat crop We suppose this query is inspired by an inclination on the part of some who have 1906 wheat to hold fora higher price and by others to know whether it is worth while to pledge their crop uni dulge in speculative pricemaking When we measure or calculate the 1907 crop it will be time enough to decide the price It Iis clear how ever that the crop will be shorter than last year hence the price will be over 100 But we do advise these having 1906 wheat to sell it on the basis of a dollar and we also advise every grower to pledge his crop Only through sufficient pledging can the price be compelled from harvest to harvest for the first of the crop as well as the last Evey crop except cattle is now selling at or above the minimum prices set last October at the annual meeting See the table Think of the victory Spread the news all over the land and to all the Arr KZNDSSmoking Tobaccos Fresh Chewing Tobaccos pricesFruits importedLunch LOWNEYS CANDY THE BEST J0WALWAYS FRES- HPEPSOLINE 5c farmers and tell them that only two important crops failed to sell to the prices since the new system of mar keting was taught Tell them these things so they will be business men and quit dump- Ing at lost So you see that Pres Everett still teaches what he has always taught Do not hold for high or speculative prices but only for fair prices Last year the farm ers met and said 100 was a fair price When they meet again they will decide a fair price for 1007 YOUR SUMMER TRIP- Let nu help jrcu plea It I may be able to puke a utq iioi ihot will rare you mon ey Wrho fur Hummer Pulder ilvtorlUna moru In the Teaeee Mountain liielua lux lu1UnaleewaeIteerhtnptlnteHUII riprlDwi Ijrtanl tipflHM Don Aqua Nprtua and uuuy wtJier it you aretulatto Ibe JttiiiMUmu RsixMtllon write for Jnmcttown older liesWuA Ht U ny whrllie TeRti- For Sale Good chestnut sorrel horse weighs about 1100 pounds is active and healthy i also good set of harness and a double seated canopy top sure ry light weight intended for one horse if necessary Reasons for selling owner leaving the country A bargain Investigate at once Will sell horse buggy and harness for 200 Apply at Courier Office Frank McCracken who has been with the Mengel Box Co of this city left Saturday for Cincinnati Ohio where he has a position with a lumber company A nice lunch on short notice at the Elite Cafe 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 cypllOMK NO 119 0otfeFfi Star Best Laundry- In the SoutllltGive it a fair trial and see what happens Leave laundry At Smith Ambergs or notify me and I will call for It Basket leaves Tuesday FRANK SMITH AIL An Interesting Relic An object of historic interest on the barbecue ground at Lexington during the recent Tobacco Growers Rally was the big seven hundred gallon iron kettle in which part of the burgoo was cooked This kettle was cast at Pittsburg in 1805 for Neil McCoy grandfather of Judge James H Mulligan who had a powder mill west of North Broad way where the ball park now is says a Lexington exchange Mr McCoy manufactured there powder for the early settlers of Kentucky and the West In this kettle was made a large part of the powder used by General Andrew Jackson at the battle of New Orleans Jan uary 15 1815 This powder was shipped down the Kentucky Ohio and Mississippi to Jacksons army The cannon balls which this powder hurled into the ranks of Packentums veterans who came fresh from the Peninsular campaign to meet defeat at the hands of the untrained West Fan riflemen were cast at iron works in Bath county and floated down the Licking Ohio and Mississippi to New Orleans This old kettle was loaned by Judge Mulligan to Gus Jaubert about fifteen years ago and in it he has prepared the toothsome burgoo for barbecues in a number of States among them Ohio IndlP ana Illinois Michigan Tennessee Nebraska Mississippi and others Shelby Sentinel The best in two sCavitt pays highest price for produce and sells freshest groceries cheap j i1r Out=of=Door Shoes ttIaJ These are the kind of days that demand comfort in everything we wear The Oxford Tie is a most important factor for keeping cool The right kind ofa low cut shoe when properly fitted makes walking a pleasure We believe we can sell you superiority in both fit and quality at prices which ate popular 150 200 250300g 350 Combine all the newest models in Patent and Dull Leathers in high low andmediumx heals styles unique and different from those shown elsewhere at 350 and 400 flI Our lines are unsurpassed especinlly in point of Style and quality In every instance the values are so apparent that you do not have to take our word ffor them and the best part of the great saving news is that we have the goods to back it up We always have Thats why our growth is so pronounced Did you ever stop to think that it is the persistent continued selling off the very best and highest class of goods at the very lowest prices that is gaining for us the confidence of the public and that today our reward is the best patronized house in Hickman where quality is never sacrificed to make a sale Ours is THE ONE store where you are appealed to by giving you as much as possible for your money without deviating from the standard merchandising that will prove satisfactory in every way We never have permitted and never will permit anyone to undersell us or successfully to dispute our supremacy in any branch of our busi ness If you have not had occasion to verify this give us a call The place to buy shoes and furnishing goods Bradley ParhamaXC 1LA ENTUC y s THE HICKMAN COURIER Ctntrt BVrtmt JCmfett Lie t DAf HTBEALE W asPICB J 0 SEXTOS Bttter ud Frtyrfeitr ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR r CASH IN ADVANCE I- c = vZ = = Entered at the lileknan KentntUr pettaiTleA U road eta mall mutter Friday June 21 1907 Wheat harvest is about over The Hickman Ky Courier one of the most uptodate newspapers that comes to our exchange table round cd out its fortyfirst year of useful ness as a disseminator of news last week and the editors and the people of Hickman can look back with pride and satisfaction to the splendid sere vice rendered by the paper during these fortyone years Its editors are young men with newspaper snap as it It termed and know how to get up a newsy publication deficient in nothing that tends to the upbuilding of the community in which it is pub lished East Prairie Eagle Practically all the farmers are now cutting wheat On account of tbe bad weather earlier in the season it was thought that the wheat crop would be a complete failure that SO per cent of a imp would be even surprising The Incessant rains were vety damaging and it is true the outlook was discouraging but we are glad to say in behalf of our many farmer friends that the scare came too soon and that the yield will be much better than was at first expected While the yield will not be a large one it is said that the grain seems to be heavy and is ma turing nicely The harvest was a week late but practically all the farmers began cutting the first of the week It is thought that the threshing season will open about July fourth It is the earnest wish of the Courier that even the present prospect will be smaller than the real yield BASEBALL PLAYERS AND FOOT fr RACERS I foul J KruateschanaplOH JonI die lnnr + tool racer ot O nimnr And llolliiml wteaOotnitoh Uurlliit row trnlidne t reitlht woeturuotrncra 4111lMko Jltr iiiAMll but 1 flied Itallnnl i Know Jill rorohlShl II ieldltlunwllntinuit to HI who nre trouhlwl with prnliifcl ul- Mwrk JftlI y1mat dtorulncl allil lUifc JJelm Hold bye o- kI Real Estate Bargains No IWe have a nice piece of property in Hickman lot 35 feet wide by 150 feet dtp fenced with good fence bran new residence on i brick foundation never been occu I pied well lighted and ventilated Has parlor reception halt two bed I rcoms dining room and kitchen closet pantry cloak room two porches Built of the very best material nicely finished built sub stantially and conveniently Water works connection in the house Has nice basement and large back yard Nice shade in front of house This property is desirably located and its description has not been exaggerated Any one desiiinga nice home will do well to investigate this piece of property If you are interested call and ask us about it or telephone us and we will come tell you and show it to you Will either sell or rent No 3We have a piece of property listed with us for sale that will prove an excellent investment for anyone The property is within Hickman cor porate limits corner property 4 lots eachfeet front feet On the lots are four houses two small residences which are renting at present for S450 per month each the renter of one of them has been renting it for nine years past a business house is on the corner and rents for S3 per month and adjoin ing the business house is a residence which rents for 10 This makes an aggregate rental of 27 a month The price is astonishingly low and it will pay to investigate if you want to make a safe investment No IWe have to sell best bargain in real estate you have ever seen It is a furburban home on the cor poration line just outside the city no city taxes to pay Theplcce of ground is 165 front feel by 275 feet deep is well fenced has a six room NutFrappe Walnut Frappe is very nice Wo think you will hko it Its nothing exactly origi naljust Bwcotuncd chopped walnuts on top of tho bout ice cream you over tasted HELM ELLISON Darn to tne Public66- We t will continue to close our Drug Store at 11 oclock on Sunday mornings- If persons desiring medi cines after that hour will call 27 or 36we will answer their calls promptly Respectfully Cowgill Drug Store Inc c house which could not be built un der any circumstance for the price asked for the whole property The house is practically new has brick foundation basement with concrete floor and celled house has six rooms finished throughout with the best material place for stoves in every room except one front and back porch cistern at back door city water works connection good garden spot and a nice pasture at premjsesTherehouse and it makes a very desirable and pleasant home No 4This piece of town prop erty is for sale only and not for rent It is a town lot 50x150 feet well fenced housa has three rooms and a hall two porches is papered and painted and in good condition It has a good orchard and out houses Cheap for cash 700 buys i- tNo5We have for sale a three room house and two town lots in verylowchaser satisfactory limit on time purchase 350 gets I- tNo6We have a three room house and 4 lots in Gourleys addition cheap and easy terms with satisfactory time puruhase 5450 No7We have a three room house in Gourleys addition and 4 town lots cheap and easy terms satisfactory time purchase 500 Sent to Reform School boysNathaniel gaged in a quarrel with the result of Gildert cutting the other negro several times A trial was had before Judge Naylor and Gilbert was sentenced to two years in the reform school at Lexington He will bra taken there some time this or next week JoniCafe Hickman Wins in Injunction TelephoneI The Htekman citiaens won a vic tory in the Court ot Appeals Sate day In an opinion handed dowa by Judge Barker As will be remem bcrcd the injunction asked for by the plaintiff Ila the ease to enjom the telephone company from remov ing their exchange from Hiekman and to enjoin then from refuemf to give the patrons service was grant ed in the Fulton Circuit Court by Judge Bugg at the last term of court and an appeal taken by the defend ant to the Hickman Circuit Court where the evidence was reviewed and the injunction sustained by Judge Bugg sitting in that court The following M a dance III UK opinion as given by Judge Bale The cause was then submitted and the Judge being advised suetalninf the motion of the plaintiffs for a temporary injunction both adjudge Utat the motion for a temporary injunc lion is sustained and the defendant be and is hereby eojcwed from re moving frout the city of Hiekman Its tclchponc exchange and from remov ing from the said oily any of IU tele phone aparalus and from refusing to operate same in said city as It has heretofore done and enjoined from charging for the operation of Us said phone in said city exceeding 150 for residence phonos and 150 for business houses and ofnjes and 350 where one party takes both of said phones j it is further enjoined from refusing to permit the patrons of its telephone system in Hickman Ky the free use and without tax or charge for communication over itr wires to patrons of the telephone ex changes in Hickman Ky to Union MayfieldKycondition that the plaintiffs exeoute bond as required by law to defend rrrrrrrrrrrrrrT- O II MY FRIENDS I take this means of informing my customers and friends that my livery stable is now in the new Bu DarrY1harnessHickman I am in a position to serve you better than heretofore as centrallylocatedvice the best Yours truly K R UAVIB AAAAA AA I Wbereupo10fted as the law requires to taM sum of 1500 and this order is ordered to take etioct from and after this date It J Bmxi Judge An appeal was take to the Ken tucky Court of Appeals and a bear mg had feat Sawrdar at which time ttte Covet sustained the lower court I Judge Barker was stttimj when this opmton wee handed down and Ute follow is the opinion I I JIldReofon MOtto of 4elotMlaiM to dtetolve a temporary order of injunction grant ed by tM trial Judge requiring it to teiephonefranchise Ky Deeming the question of suf ficient importance to justify my pre untiep It lo the whets court I did so Tne members after hearing Uslyoft better subserved by overruling mu tton to dissolve and allowing the case to come here on rsnnlar appeal after heat adjudication Iif that should be1 oxpedlClltThey bythefranohiseFQr madebefore1907 ie overruled H S BARKER Judge Ky Court of Appeals Swaynes Improvements Justbeenare now engaged on the inside MrSwayneandfixtures indtheenameledItvastimprovunentthe appearance of the interior of Swaynetellscompleted his twentieth year in the drug busi graduatedhumdepartmentof Nashvale andbntcrodcareer in Hickman two weeks later Retakes i reputationitsquare dealing I takes special pains in the compound Ing saysthatof prescriptions J His hobby I stock is now more complete than at any iiir butmoH and ru W B Soates i e 1 of 28 years expr takes unusual car presertpttoM he 1 than ewer koiorr I IMtreRQgc Mr yes u tnathe wc4 generous puttie I patronage sd theMeoasceIt s WIn receive Me u l fair treatment II patronage given his store te opens In ttiemofMMf II the afternoon Ask your mere h + w PUle 8et R Jir+uu- Commissioners Sale FULTON Cutet Ruth May Andfr herein by Dr J M her statutor IU by E J AntiOfICn and next Priced an derwn y Petition Ex Parte By vtrture of t Order if Sale of Pu rendered at the MV 1907 In the above owltb later i per cent per am Jay of19costs herein I she for sale al the Court Hlokman Kyto at Public Auction 4 of July 1907 at 1dor thereabout beau day a credit i vcAi the South East aJ Quarters of Sectlorej West of 6 West as tr thereto dated May f recorded in D B N l in Fulton CoJsaid land is in FaitII lucky Or sufficient E 4 duce the sums of m s In be made For the f 1 the purchaser with 4i I Jt 1 ity or securities mug y bearing legl1llnterestI Z of sale until paid1 force and effect of J fit Bidders will be prepWc rl promptlywith then IT JR Muo SI SI 1I 1 1 1 1 l lr I 1S 1 1 i I I i r I Ir IRON BEDS at till Union a uornplotctlluu of furni r rhollldHRockera Mattresses Springs cots Sewmg Machines nt special pricon- i fmining a Hpocuilty Comploto line ami Hiiriul Hobos Hennso furnish I oilI W F MONTGOMERY r M MI1I The fulton Sensation itrucked frera a I of the aossatlsn u the Kalian t wiry tMtHw l y I I tt NI1tyRr1aa out lw years i t ue tie rted cmtowc fcitcl F uiteatiiire was vf HBVn11 rv vet w4ft Mr- tlMtrI misting 1ratalW II the t 5P rJ of nutttr weld t i Mt W W urhr lIer tit t wMe fey MtMtovi loft tier r illlsl clod sat ioor to the wm 1 t tMNe Iiawley WK IftfjirmatHHi t rod s the bod t tatter ft Kirth T that WU sot t r tto Hty Grave I w 4 i BM tfurlng the t wtetc Utiadd v t 4owc tho out- r 4rJ of his return Tlv t sett wjtli rage and f mall wbt bad 1 lerolvftre Hippy 4414 the Anger of- to lie pointed at boldly aiMMNiMc that he was tow to Mvc It U uots that Mr owl with seine of tonal He should do hAt he vox of the ttvigoin but hit rc r advise andadvls- iJ of using a shot ur pos was a gene whip that would r Woar out and 1 to lay It on In ItRey Mr Hawley mpblll+ that after he I proceededtrm some distance rj I go down by the u u4 on one of the J wn it Ili said that iffctod Hawley to and trousers and J or what he Haw 1if ring for a long A that Hawley toldt= w nut be did not know I buttljhe deserved a Meadowsjwas not going to 4 hang him but was going to use the oow hide Rumor has It that the ww hide was used with telling effect for some minute j that Hawley walI then given a chance to explain if beI oovld wily he had broken up this happy horse awl that he said that he had no explanation to make other than he did not intend to do It In the beginning but that they wore getting in deeper and finally tie ORIWBY oat of It was for herI to me for a dtvurec and they get married aid go to some foreign Held to do Missionary work It Is said t that at this juncture ia the story tbeI sow bide agata sang Its dellghtf tune to the tow IoekerIAgate Rev Hawley was given a i breathing spelt and time to talk lie said that three ladles or rather j the wives of three men in the veryc beginning bad aided and assisted I Mts Meadows and himself In every way possible to carry oa their daadtatlne love atttirs by allowing them the use of their homes lIe was net tied nor haadouiied but simply told by determined men that he was to be most soundly thrashed aad It Is reported that be said time sod again that he deserved to be killed for what be did He told of tbeJ1 great number of IUtters Mrs MeadIi owl bad written him during the poLitc two weeks and of the great Dumber he had written to her At this juncture he Is said to have given Mr Meadows two letters he bad received from her just to prove tbatJ he was telling the truth and he said that he came in response to the last letter be had received from her It is said that Mr MeaJows asked Hawley if betk1 keep his feet off Kentucky and Tennessee soil and he said ho Gould and when asked where the i would go he said to Arkan sax But Meadows declared that Arkansas was entirely too clolec that be could smell the foul scent from even there and that he would have to ship on At the conclusion of the ceremonies it Is said that Hawley was put In a surrey and driven south to the little station of Harris with explicit directions to take the first train that j topped at that station and keep going and never to return to this f part of the country It Iis said that Hawley readily agreed to thisCAfter the affair was over andr Hawley had dressed up again be went oft by himself and wrote out the entire story of his clandestine love affair with Mrs Meadows He then signed it and delivered it to Mr Meadows and told him he had given the facts as he then remem bered them from beginning to end A IJ UIIKLANDI TELEPIIONE TELEGRAP11CO tncoiroiATXu I Long distance linos and tolophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost a ywhoro fn Southorn Indiana SouthernI- I nols Kontucky Tennossoo Mississippi Land Louisiana We can put you In quick anr1 satisfactory communication with the countryWoyour ablo Equipment and facllltiM unsur PJQsod LIICANe HOMC T ox WM I rLOALDWKLL ea with out reserve colleglate j ministry as a calling and went Into this home as a gentleman of super for office and was treated as such During the past two years Mr hishealtbi absence Hawley wrecked his home and life and who Iis there in thi town or else where that loves home happiness peace and security who loves his family and his good nam that would not have done as Mr Meadows did- Ninetyfive per cent would have used the shot gun Mr Meadows used the raw hide greatbatchbyHawleyPublic sentiment fully sustains Mr Meadows in what be did if It is a fact that he cowhided Hawley CDarrettnumber 164 Of freak newspapers one of the most remarkable was the LumiHaria published In Madrid The ink with II which It was printed contained a small percentage of phosphorus so that the letters were visible and the paper could be read In the dark Another was the RegIl printedwith an ink guaranteed nonpoisonous on thin sheets of dough After absorb ing all the information the sheet contained one could eat it thus j deriving from it nourishment for I mind and body Bellman Who Where What When Shaw It Bettersworths HtolcnanII the freshest line of groceries ever breuhgt te town All the time II ImtffedI condition We have a thoroughbred Poll Durham bull which we stand at SI rashwith service Satisfaction I guaranteed MCDANIEL KEUP 3 ==Commissioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT KT E E Rene PlalntlflIEquityAlexBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court j rendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum Six Hundred and Three Dollars with interest at the rate of six ent per annum from the 6th perI of May 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hick man Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the 8th day of July 1907 at 10 oclock A M or i thereabout being County Courtii day upon a credit six months tbeIj following described property to wit The South West Quarter of Section 24T2R4Wtst in Fulton County Kentucky Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered be made For the purchase pricer the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal Interest from the day sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply i promptlywith these termcJ R MILKER Comt Commissioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT KYFW Roney Plaintiff vs J Equity Jim Hulls It Lydia Bulls Defendants By virture of a Judgment and of Sale of Fulton Circuit Courtc at the May Term thereof 1907 In the above cause for the sum Iis of Twentyone dollars and eighty five cents with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the day of May 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sate at the Court House door in Hickman Ky to the high I est bidder at Public Auction on the 8th day of July 1907 at 10 oclock M or thereabout being County Court dayupon a credit rix months the following described property to wit Lot 189 in Block J on the plan or map of East Hickman Fulton County Kentucky Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the pur chase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms J R UiurzR CornII VA r Attempted Suicide A Mr Griffelh who lives In West Hickman was seen to act very sus plolously about four oclock Sun day morning last as if he were going to try lo drown himself In a pond of Afterwardsshe started towards the river through factoryAsked saidsthe did not know He was followed by two gentlemen who saw him go bideehis hat under the roots where the flirt had been washed away thento the river bank and walking out on a piece of timber plunged in The two gentlemen who were watching him dragged him out and asked him where he wanted them to take him lIe said he did not know he was asked where his hat was and said he did not know but went direct ly to it and got it He Iis said to be of a weak mind and that he made an attempt once before to end his life with a knife but was restrained He said he was sorry hwaa not permitted to accomplish his purpose EveflOOtherllon like Pepso line Its the peer of cold sparkling drinks At Jones Cafe Sunday School Rally There will be a Sunday School rally at Antioch church near Crys tal Tenn on July 4th Everybody invited to come and bring your lunch basket and have a good time There will be refresh ments on the grounds Dr H B Johnson Judge A J Lawson of Union City and other speakers will be present DrI1 I protrlf4lCfIntatleihsnU Meld 137 all dealer A Rare OfferRead It On the top of the first page of this Issue of the Courier we are making- a remarkable offer and it interests all our subscribers and those who are not but ought to be subscribers Asa special inducement to collect of the money that is due us on subscription and as a further inducement to secure all the new subscribers we can in a short time we are mak ing this proposition Every person who pays us on subscription enough- to pay his subscription a year in advance he may pay at the rate of 75 cents for every dollar i that is he may deduct 20 cents from every dollar he OWl us If you owe us two years you may pay us 150 instead of 82 This same offer holds good for new subscribes i the offer stands good until July 15 1907 not a day later and until that time we will accept new subscribers at 75 cents a year We wish you to remember however that after the first year has expired subscriptions must be re at our regular rate Si a year The rise in the river has put many acres of corn under water especially in the upper bottoms With this exception our farmer friends tell that the crop Iis tar ahead of their expectancy Cavitts on the hill Iis the only for fresh groceries A court stenographer In Michigan has asked that his salary be reduced from 1600 to 1400 as he has found the work lighter since his cir was made smaller His name Carl E Bailey and at last accounts Ringllng Brothers were looking for him Thm Wy Tttmy Talk About RUMAGOTli MAKES RHEUMATISM GO ruder from a wll known clllien of Howling Clown Kyt y MuullmInmall njitgiw- nV klMil IkM toy rt1cU 111 11 t Aiu wlsore ar w I tIMn u I r sow tw pl talnd- rwtlow rum ttrJ N II iIIIt Hal slur You AlMK Sold by T T SWAY2ST1S J I Real Estate For ale Here are some snaps and all will pay big in terest on the in vestment 1100Acre Farm in the bottom below Hickman 200 Acres Fine Land in bottom below Hickman Two Desirable Residence on the hill One House and Four Lots in East Hickman House and Lot in West Hickman well located 15 Houses and Lots in West Hickman Will sell one or all and a paying proposition About 50 Lots in West Hickman It will pay big to build on these to rent Hickmanc neatlyj GoU inc W S ELLISON Ms Invented New Drink Asher Kennedy the dashing handsome righthand man at Jones Cafe has compounded a new drink which he calls Pepsollne He did it all by himself Through the liberality of the establishment we have been permitted to wet our whistle with this refreshing drink and find it one of the best things to be procUred at the fountain Heres hoping it will meet with the popularty it deserves and that our good friend Kennedy will make a cold million or two from its sale Read the announcement of the Ellison Sale on second page If will Interest you WFMS Adjourned The Womans Foreign Mission ary Society which held a three days convention in this city last week adjourned Friday after a well at tended and very Interesting meeting The last thing on the program was election of officers which are as follows t- President Mrs H F Crawford WilHston Tenn Vice Presidents Mrs T B King Memphis Mrs W S Duckworth Brownsville i Mrs W A Freeman FultonCorresponding Secretary Miss Laura Bradford Brownsville Recording Secretary Mrs T W Neal Dyersburg Treasurer Mrs B L Branch Collicrvllle The next meeting will be held at McKenzie Tenn Free for GftUrrlijuit prove merit a- Trlnllei llox tit ttr tilioop UaUrrli Heine Uy rtin send It now ft U a mow while orrnmjr brnllnit nnlUepllo luliuI OtnUlnliitf aueh hwillii lugrwlltinti as UllI uealuPtu Thyuud IIIIIIhol rte IL 1111lloe8tee for yourwlf what Ibis preparation cnn i and will ncctnipllti AJdrcii Ir Hhoop Itnclnn lInrge jar W ccutfc sold ty nil dwler I Miss Eva Simons of Memphis has returned to her home after ajj j several weeks visit to her sister Mrs J B HertWeck j Age of Concrete Were it not for the fact that the river is too high to get sand from Its banks our new enterprisethe Hickman Concrete Block Co which we told you of a few weeks ago would be turning out concrete blocks for building purposes At any rate it will be only a short time until they will be able to fill all orders in this lineFew people can realize how rapid ly we are approaching the age of concrete The life of the forests III limited Another generation and the iron ore fields in the Lake Su perior region will be practically ex hausted Already Europe has met the tim ber famine and the high price of steel and iron by building its cities of concrete The modem parts of Milan Berlin Budapest and other cities growing at a tremendous rate are being constructed of concrete One of the forest bridges in this country has just been completed at a great cost across the Rock Creek ravine at the natlonalcapltal There is not a bit of iron in the whole gi gantic structure It was constructed of concrete blocks and theywere made out of gravel gathered from the bed of the gorge A new machine for making these building blocks of concrete has just been perfected which will enable three men to turn out 600 blocks of almost any desired size in a day A downward motion of the press lever applies 60000 pounds pressure to the moist material The importance of the use of con crete is that the supply is inexhaus tible and many contractors are con vinced that this manufactured stone will prove as durable as granite The practicability of substituting this artificial stone for steel and wood is sufficiently reassuring so tar as the problem of the future housing of man kind is considered It does not mini mlze the danger of destroying the forests on the watersheds The crusade for the preservation of these woods that formerly so filtered the snows and rains that floods were averted In the valleys should receive national support Peptoline 5at Jones Cafe Ever try it Church Notice Preaching at the Court House every Sunday at 11 a m and8 00 mgayeri nesday You arc cordially invited to these services Too many people borrow this paper from their neighbors Among other kicks we had one subscriber tell us that his neighbors came after the paper before he got home with it every week If you are too poor or too stingy to subscribe for it come to this office and get a paper free every week For goodness sake let your neighbor read his paper without your old songlet- me look at the paper if you are through with ItIt Borrowing from one year to another is getting to be a chestnut A HAPPY MOTHER- will teetbut her baby II propvrlyenretl for ueeonr7Nnu7mother dour know ItU your Imby It fcYorUliaiiddoMtltilrvpI nt 1rMa It U IruubtnJ with worm White ream V vriniruiio will olcanuulthoeworms Ilit A mild plwuant way Ours tried ntwnyi iiml v0ft n trial Irlee 31 coat paid hl iwglir Drue Htore In anti 1U- llllMJII t The Courier has received a new rate for the Daily Louisville Herald When it is taken in connection with the Courier the two papers will cost S2SO You cannot get good read ing matter any cheaper MICA Abe GTeBSe u ie ltntl IIdpttte1St 1end C the tents an tcISmC llcrtiticttun rCOUICIto 1s- tt lltnlOtltpbt sand leakYc cln l n11a Uctounlp tit 1tsl t aCD ttle ttcCcNM t1- sr ABSOLUTELY Tho Best II Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone u when in need of GROCERIESFRESH t MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries LifarI Ranilo Meet Your Friends IIat LAUDERDALES PARLORS TONSORIAL t in Hickmn Hot andtbaths i electric lights i- ci and fans hydraulic chairs a I j and everything for comfort t jItNutii 1 t 1 Cash Book Store tipleudttl lecUonII NewBooatt Stationary tt- P0II1 Cards Notions Ito i i Calland nee our Stock Every ping up to JAtOII t Uu B Mils ft Copyyy- B yJJ T DAVIS I ttornci att saw t Will practice in all courts In the State Office over Ledford Randlei store- HIcEuAu KEMTOCET 1 Patents Awarded to Kentuckians Patents were issued Kentuckians I as follows I Walter S Alves Hen derson county gun stock William Carter Clinton switch stand Mar ina D Collis Orangeburg fanning mill McClelland Fullenlove Louis ville levator brake Henry J Kahne Ashland chain wrench j Wesley F Smith Bandana rope and bucket coupling Spencer T Wootan Paducah shingling bracket Train robbery never will be done away with until porters are removed from sleeping cars 1 The Song of the Hair There are four verses Verse I Aycrs Hair Vigorstops falling hair Verse 2 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy and keeps It so It Is a regular hairfood this Iis the real secret of its won d rful success 9h tM klod of teatiaeaial 42la toe aver izty Jean wl trereLoAJu wlwtwar 4 ers S4IIAIwLU NCltI x J tt I acuris iE J r frcr 1 J Innocent amusement transforms tears into rainbows The man who Iis always telling about his good character should be careful to always have it with him Little arms encircling the neck will make the heart light over which no diamonds sparkle All the grand pictures and splendid works of art one can possess will never adorn a room as do the smil ussThe things that may be bought are pleasant to have nor is wealth to be despised but never pity the poor man who has the wealth that gold cannot buy nor the woman whos jewels are those of which Cornelia was so proudgood and obedient sons Heaven gave every man time for some usetul purpose and a persons life must have hers sadly spent if there are no green spots in the wilderness of the past to which he can turn back with consolation and pleasure How many live in the world as useless as if they had never passed through life as a mere cipher and leaving the world without performing a single act of kindness to a fellow creature or leaving a single trace by which their memo ries may be perpetuated to pos terity either for their usefulness their virture or their charities We are greasing the wheels of life when we speak kindly to the poor beggar in the street or to the blind man who is waiting for a friendly hand to help him across the road We are greasing the wheels of life when we perform any kindly action when we bring a ray of sunshine into any home and help to give pleasure and hope to any of those who are sad and distressed How various are the ways ot greasing the wheels of life when we make the test of what we have and took forward with pleasure and hope to the future then we help to make life go smoothly LET CHILDREN PLAT From the nursery to the narrow house iis but a brief journey and in that brief space between the two termini the pleasantest domain ought to be that of childhood Children alone of human beings have the capacity of unadulterated enjoyment Their childhood therefore should be the holiday of life i its slaveday will soon bs upon them and then farewell forever to the merryworld without a responsibility a tear or a care which is their rightful abiding place until borne out into the tumult and the strife of the great maelstrom Tasks they must learn duties they must be taught but those who know how to interest the developing mind and to feed it wisely with the ele ments ot knowledge can make education one of childhoods pleas ures Appreciation makes stupid people Brighter homely ones more comely the clumsy less clumsy the diffident selfpossessed It need not be given in words tones are often sufficient even glances or gestures will convey ample meaning to sensitive souls Try a few words of genuine approval upon the most stupid person of your acquaintance and note the effect It will surprise you try It on a woman who knows she iis plain and unat tractive and mark how her eyes will brighten her cheeks flush and her face light up with something akin to beauty Try it on a man who lays out your walks or hoes your corn and see what consciousness it will awaken in him There is that in all of us that responds quickly to the voice of eulogy and longs for it The man dead to this is dead to every noble aspiration OUR MOTHER Round the idea of ones mother the mind of a man clings with fon affection It is the first dee thought stamped upon our infant htarts when yet soft and capable off receiving the most profound im Stork Profits can be ptatrjr toowi by fMnc KpedU carp to the health of erey animal sad fowl on the fcna SIde poultry sheep time fccci hones etc depend on their vas to keep them wttl BlackDraughtStock Mudlclnifc- eepa ttxtr Inn worldnc MA therefore keeps them well DUckDrautM Stock ant Poultry Mfdldne It pure natural vccetable Mood purifier ant acts fcy itcuUUnc the stomach liver anl VowtU It prevents an cum Hog Cholera Chkken Cholera Colic Dt temper Caught Ct U Constlp tlon Fiver Lou orArffut Wasting Away and an the tom non stock dlsuu- It ii a perfect s 0ldoe fee tea cal firm ute Try It Price 25c for a Urge can at all druggists and dealers preuions and the after feelings of the world are more or lsa light In comparison Even in our old age we look back to that feeling as one of the sweetest we have through life Our passions and our wilful ness my lead us far from the object of our Altai love i we learn even to pain her heart to oppose her wishes to violate her commands we my become wild headstrong and angry at her counsels and opposition t but when death has stilled her monitory voice and still memory remains to recapitulate her virtues and good deeds affection like a flower beaten to the ground by the past storm raises her bead and smiles among- her tears Round that idea as wt have said the mind clings with food affection and even when the early period of our Iloss forces memory robe silent fancy takes the plaoe of remembrance and twines the image of our dead parent with a garland of graces and beauties and virtues whioh we doubt not she possessed A RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS It is simply when you rise in the morning to form the resolution to make the day a happy one to a fellowcreature It Is easily done a Icftoff garment to the man that needs it a kind word to the sorrow ful i an encouraging expression to the striving trifles in themselves as bright as air will do it at least for twentyfour hours f and if young depend upon it that it will tell when you are old rest assured that it will send you gently and happily down the stream ot time to eternity Look at the result You send one person Gnly onehappily through th day i that is three hundred and sixtyfive in the course of the year iIt and suppose you live forty years only after you commtnce this course and you have made 14600 human beings happy at least for a time Now worthy reader is not thii simple We do not often indulge in a moral dose but this is so small a pill that no one needs currant jelly to disguise its flavor and it requires to be taken but once a day that xII feel warranted in prescribing it is most excellent for digestion and a promoter of pleasant slu- mberPAIN lYTwinOH I1 d t Llwaena 10 11 IIr Shoop and I fA1IabletcaI1plaa1ngIydelltlttuLOenUythoughatI7UsuttypuUs rum prtmrHSale11 ltIocMuooblflOderutmr for Dr Shoop IlNuUcli TkMets nol dlaulanddtI ws and rwtll and pate your Ot Doan II dou IIa con uoa Wood JrautOI Youll and wbe1lc Iwo7 w II a simplf QlDlDOIIllftll w MU at ya outs ad clMWlullr roo ShoopspHeadache TabletsALL State Valuation- The I total valuation of real and fofra mal property In Kentucky as viualUed for taxation by the State bard of Equalization which filed Its rpott with Auditor Hager Monday 7179B29J an increase over he assessment of last year of S39 40995 On the equalized assess tent the State will collect in taxes ue sum of 3589 91455 as against tJ90209 60 for 1906 an Increase t 19970495 The Auditor has pegun certifying the equalisation oCI the assessment of each county to theI proper collecting officers Of the totalof 71798291 equalized assessment S399715S5l rep resents farm lands as against an assessment of 302131812 in 1906 242457012 represents oily lots as against 31989101 last year 593244778 represents personal i property subject to equalisation as against 92680337 lass your and 182565572 represents persouilty not subject to equnllxatioA as against 73238751 for last year Of the total raise of SJ994099S Ue As lenora and County Boards of Supervisors raised JtJSSt55 The State Board of XpaHsaitbn ratad 3555240 The raises by the State Board of BpftUxatloA w red trtbuted as follows On farm land 283139i on town lots 112978 and on porsomlty Mbjoat Mi oqnU isatlon S70lid ftriiM County- must py 3171111 fir axes into the State Treasury CURS 9CZKMA ITCHIMC HU MORS KMPLB AKD CAR BUNCLIS C08TS MOlH 1NG TO TRY K JI H I i Mrm All I AIAI- Aw Ow lw fam skis ho OIM tfl9fh w MaIMt = n =I 1M e alIll wkhI M1sailor ML tInat n hn-dIbaj eIvtI a b Kh7 IIkoeoI ht w- IM skis II Uve7nr o4 I h ran tlw ot bIIh w Ute ski EsIU np- Iw Webolwo I7 A 4 IbO IA N1red itlMt MMirtoMBa1 m1sMW wlr + I- Mr s i xw eN a Uwli p- aIDNss Awl I+ I SmutEra M- Iwntt1wila W t i K R lL selM frr ami IMIM W M 11 O U II tnlM adrleat M lttn Bill Nyes Long Wait Bill Nye when a young man once mule an engagement with a lady friend of hU to take her driving on a Sunday afternoon The appoint ed day oame but at the Kverys4aMe all the horses were taken out save one old shaky exceedingly Hn horseMr Nye hired the aag awl drove to his friends residence The lady let him wait nearly an hour befor c she was ready and then on viewing the disreputable outfit flatly refused to accompany Mr Nye Why she exclaimed sneeringly that horse may die of age an momentMadame Mr Nye replied when I arrived that horse was a pranoing young steed n Do You Want To Sell Do you want to tell your house and lot piece of land or real estate ine augurated a Real Fatale Depart propcrtyltbvertise it without cost to you what ever unless a sale is affected We I will list your real estate advertise it and ndeaver to sell it for you chargesJ per l be agreed upon at the time the l property is hated It relieves you of WillyIf fo plancyou about our plan We will also rent your houses fOI a per cent of the first months rent Renew License On the 11th of the present rnonllt StatRevenuec renewed Up to a short time befor press hour there had been belweei 50 and 60 renewals Negotiations are now on with al railroads entering Louisville when the State Fair will be held Septcmbc 1621 to announce very low rate with liberal extensions as to time Eczema Is Now Curable XHMO a scientific preparation fo external unc Htopn Itching initantl r skidiseasesI pennatifntlr cured fv thin remarkable rOfllampie1 laItW Modern Bath Zooms Make Modern Homes I 1 I s sJtthen viuior nne Iisnt N graiifrwg ha r vt tu Pygarelt that k win the apfrwrinf sta r t vim eve t talr iwtekk IUiimtU4 Haw tOOfR siokn and a tm M headlnite t t Ihs Miaow wife and can wyou pkw i s WIll rye WHcn you puce yore pnnlbiegcenean wM of hag parts work and pniMfK Mrvice 1lUoklrx illif nee hack itwmt MM ken Cotton Adams Plumbers HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISH ttl PropSucceosor Marble and irani- tMonuments CURBING STONEWORK of i Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY 7rm rs QJVtrch orsf in CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Tltnt wo offor to dopOHltorg Otter tluooinonis nro of secondary tinport iiio Upon tills Ouir nlce we wlteit your jmlrom J A JnOMPlo H BUOHAKAN Praldant oI2F1QTo2 II IIUCIUXAV J J C HOMlUIUW 111111111111- J W AuLVAMlKIt It Xttiltm Mr J MHllHi T A lrilFUUI 4aAA I Will build you A HOMEON 1QAHV MONTIHV lAV I J It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of building tMten hardware sash and doors to be found In the city1l are right You be the Judge call and see VV A JCDDS 1111 V IIIm YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality st guare antee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains aria Hooks of all kinds I Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutter WJBARRTHIC- KMAN KENTUCKY Better Printing For Less Money THE COURIER M= = Nit12 t12rI rItrIf j tj trIC rISI I f SIk SIG SIr SIS ic t xt i xt l lT r i rrII inn rnon s I ITheIi Ellison SalcJ I I 1 IIIIii- UPPLPMFJNT iv TO The Hickman Courier Hickman Ky Friday June 21 I9O7 Dorcna ritw here from Hlok Ante went to Crosno JIIlIO set the vtry Jut In the 41 1MB wilting has roved hit levee W r Jehnacn seat t ywntg poople were MIS Carmen Cm ford 11111 cede asA MWren of 4r TtoWng her wither Hall Mrraa aNd MtlPhelon uttd Ms King tue t weer- tMftingf sottsised lore I v Mrtetttw where he I rrbiidH SOIWS Ucftt ot Hitkman very MNotasltne sermon p 4 UNI ptaecJrsday 4 pMkcti of Cairo has v rtteUvM In tills Neigh rr retesaoli hwtie Tues M and wile were the ro11wars hit week ue11 to tNir hMie In Hut lay M wave bees assent wars we wtW again try m Since the people napMrrktag there is r wa ot any nMortance f fts pew are In hotter ropy ate Iwriring promts- f tavy rajm have ceased- xri the aeted weather t St Lab last week 4 new spot ON the sen a ne than has ever before jr says It seven about li4t of the MH although n n knuNcr than that r with the raked eye He- ri JAM frm the sun tower j M ue kaok again In r JaI and that the e Uoitod StBtes wfll be lusted Usby pretence Aiuios have bees look ieF jct by means of a amok Peptolinc hat no equal try wne at Jones fountain only rear appointed the oust to it the Cmmon Council fotill the petitions made 1 t decision of the Court holding that the incum tY not legally elected to the jrenlliiig One member rappelntmeal orIMl in a room at her i reignia through Western emitted suicide by DOtt Jacksontrset beautyhed aUUU4AUAUUA AVUd= Ellisonltietlthlr Forecaststurday tandsultry Sunday torra period ycLaicall storms TuesdayHeavy Wednesday e ocal rains- Thursdayj 4 3 armer ur eatheII Try an Egg rllI rrrrrn I r VrdlrJ tIRrent I NfromII j ItUItf I ICommisaionerSale I I Mrs F B Shaw Plaintiff EquityCBy virtue ol a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Cisoult Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum ot Twelve hundred four Dollars and flflv cents with interest at the rte six per cent per annum from the 17th day of May 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the 8th day of July 1907 at 10 oclock A CountyOMtrtthe following described property 10 wit The West 52 acres of the North Fast Quarter of Section 19T 3R4 West Also 62 acres off the North end of Section 27T2R4 West same being one half of the 124 acre tract of land taken horn the West portion of the South East Quarter of said section Or suffi cient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal Interest from the day ot sale until paid and having the force and elect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these teriNIJ R Mllner Corn With the death of James Madison Morris aged 75 another old landmark passes away Mr Morris was born in Fostervflle Tenn At the age of five he with his parents moved to Oblon county Tenn The Mor ris farm located Ave miles Irom the little village of Fulton was tbeftnett In this section and on it Mr Morris and his eight sisters and brothers grew up into vigorous manhood and womanhood In 1857 Mr Morris was marred to Miss Mary Ligon one of the belles ot the county The union was blessed with three child rent two of whom N B Morris and Mrs Samuel McCall are living Card of Thanks Hm Camp No 3 Woodmen of the World tenders Its sincere thanks to Miss Emma Tyler for the reading of the poems Misses Ivey DeBow Maybell Fuqua Messrs Chas Wil son and Arch DeBow for the sing ing Mrs Usher for her assistance in securing the flowers and Prof Gabby for his address at the Decoration Exercises and Unveiling I at the City Cemetery Sunday i ELM CAMP No 3 The Christian Endeavor will meet at the Baptist Church Sunday even ing at 645 The life of Moses will be studied Miss Inez Luten will have charge of the meeting FOR SALE CHEAP A fine piano must be sold quick for cash Has a very sweet tone and beautiful finish This is an exceptional opportunity yourhome SundayBible preachInga m subject The creed that needs no revision Evening service 7 145I subjcol Glorifying God in our home Services by F H Vernor pastor i Alvin Morgan and Miss Voy Wit Hngham a handsome runaway couple from Wingo Ky were united in marriage In Fulton Sunday They escaped from home in a buggy and drove to Fulton The ceremony was performed while the contracting parties were seated in their vehicle Chas Beckham one of our sub scribers and best friends at Higger son Mo was in town yesterday and called on the Courier He says he enjoys the Courier and thinks it worth three times the subscription price Charlie is managing a papr wood camp at Hlggerson Theater has stopped work for a short while and he is spending a day or two with friends la IHckouw r Ii Court Mouse News Gdrd lr Or sn Hutu The following deeds have been CountyClerkMartha Hawkins to W A liar pole land various considerations M F French ot al to Frengh Milling Co town lot in Fulton S125Martha Hawkins et al to W M Russell land 1400 Sam Johnson to Minnie Soear4e land SSO A C Brown to Minnie Sccaroe land 84043 This deedwas made ten years ago J W Cooper to Mary Mllner land S15OO C N Lanham to J H Warren deed of release- J H Swann to J P Swann tows lot in Fulton 500 R L Lookcrt et al to R L Campbell deed of release CampbelllandN J Corum to Joe Oliver land 75395E Prather to Nettle Rogrs 140 acres land 9100 I Levi Campbell to MoMurry Bros I land R SJ5ooII 1700Edward JandII K Hum to Linnie Browser I et al town lot in Fulton 500 Thr only marriage license issued this week was that of Willie to Miss Oma Johnson TheyCofleyll married Saturday by Judge at the Court House They are both It residents of this countyII I Car of Thanks The Womans Foreign Missionary Society of the M E church ofiHickman wishes to thank the people of the city especially goodII of other denominations for the hospitality extended by them to the W F M Socities of the MemphisIConference while holding their an nual convention here last week Also to Mrs Randle and her com I mittee for securing such delightful entertainment for our guests i to Bro and Sister Johnson for the valuable assistance rendered by them in many ways to the cbolrIits faithful organist and pianist to the Band for the sweet given the convention on Wednesday evening MRS W C WILSOH Pres MRS C C Stem Rec Secy i II I IIj I i throughout the county with a view to getting a number of new sub scribers in portions of the county where we are not so well represent ed as we are in other sections We are making a special proposition this week for subscribers and call everyones attention to it To those who get a Courier this week who ore not regular subscribers we call attention to the advertisements of our merchants who are taking advantages of these columns They have something for you that is worth your while or they would not spend money for printers ink Read the advertisements and see if there is not something that interests you SodaPleasure A glaHH of soda must bo served in the nicost pousiblo way jufit rifiht no drip ping sloppy glnsB before it con bo fully enjoyed Then you will fool safe and sure that you wontIot nil full of stains youll bo happy and carefree HELM It ELLISON 5lBiECi lh land A simp 11 M Me 1 I 6 IIIIUIIl11111111U111111111U11111111UlUllllllllllllllllllliI U llU111l G EE Dollars Made rTTTTTfTTTTTTT1 buying your buggy from the Hickman Hardware Co E EI LOOK OUT E l NEXT 30 DAYSrThe prices we will make will move them you want oneI IDo r E INOEitirmmmmninnrnrminrmmrtrmmmtrPmnrmml J ality Still- laintained iBT sao iIWI 1TflE M2T 9 The Gieseeke fShoes Jkey for men and women crs GEE tto Sholby Oxfords for Women the finest in tho 11l Htylcs arid prices 150 to i 00 ovary pair a Ro keSpftho quality up ns 350 Pants CUT TO 2 98 ns and Boys Straw Hats from 25c to 750 ASH SHOE STORE E C RICE b CO III II I UAAAAAA44A y Courier Want Cel Alt M SXr nGam a aft tAfy Or Cl ft10 nnG NthaserefrigAAAAAAAAA AA AAAAAAAA 4 CrabblotFOR SALE CHEAP Two store countersW F Montgomery 47tf binderlororGoalderFOR RENT House with six rooms in heart of town 10 a month Apply at Courier office Sltf FOR SALE Desirable town and farm property apply to J W Roc ERS or J N ROGERS LOST A childs black silk coat and tan cap Sunday night between T T Sraynes and A A Paris residence Reward offered Mrs R T Tyler- Everything good to eat the Elite Cafe on Clinton stree- tCommissioners q Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT KY JJC Bondurant Plaintiff vs j Equity MrsMary J Reid Dft andOrderrendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Thirteen hundred seventyeight dollars and sixty five cents with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 17th day of May 1907 until paid and costs herein Ishall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the Sth day of July 1907 at 10 oclock A M or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit six months the following described property towit Lots No 61 62 63 and 64 in Gour leys addition to the town of Hick man Ky Also Lots No 117 118 119 and 120 in Gourleys addition to the town of Hickman Ky Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums madeFort pug chaser with approved security or bearing sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms J R Milner Com r i of u r I 11 1 t Com8 1 unique and differ point of style and them and the besl why our growth iis best and highest d that today our re ideviating and never will pen ness IIf you n Et THE HIGKMAN COURIER Cntri Vfttttm Ktnhxki Vt AdM HTBEALB V a 8PBBB J 0 SEXTOS E Huri ud frtprkttr r ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE J- TEntered at the Hlekman KrntnoKr pol4ffl ft HH PMond aluM Ulan mutter = = =Friday June 21 1907 Wheat harvest is about over The Hickraan Ky Courier one of the most uptodate newspapers that comes to our exchange table rounded out its fortyfirst year of useful ness as a disseminator of news last week and the editors and the people of Hlokman can look back with pride and satisfaction to the splendid ser vice rendered by the paper during these fortyone years Its editors are young men with newspaper snap as it is termed and know how to get up a newsy publication deficient in nothing that tends to the upbuilding publisbedEast Practically all the farmers are now cutting wheat On account of the bad weather earlier in the season cropwould50 per cent of a crop would be even surprising The incessant rains were vety damaging and it is true the outlook was discouraging but we are glad to say in behalf of our many farmer friends that the scare came too soon and that the yield will be much better than was at tint expected While the yield will not be a large one it is said that the grain seems to be heavy and is ma turing nicely The harvest wax a week late but practically all the farmers began cutting the first oi the week It iis thought that the JulyfourthCourier that even the present pros pect will be smaller than the real yield BASEBALL PLAYERS AND FOOT f RACERS 1 TxmltJKruaer champion 101111 dlt rn foot raeer or nefJllltQ And Holland rrlt Ocll7 iwii Diirlmr my Iralnlnir ft 1IwOOu toot nwmi lit JoIAU Jake Oily a April but 1 UMHl lultardVi Hnow Unl ni to my grrnteit MtUIMtioii TIIIIre 01 hliy recommend Hno r Mnlmeiit iMwhonretroublrrt wHU nniln l ruUe or rhc wU ninBaMaiid UiX Hold liy H J nw Ulort Inc and Jlolin A C I F- NO prooej jwidet brie pled Hasp iI rooms closeP I works stantil poroKc raaterT nice ba Nice Ii- properj descrip Any on tiertyti No llstedg an exec The pr- opnratg loti eat tbe lo residenc presenTI ft SUPPLE ENT TO The Hickman Courier Hickman Ky Friday June 21 1907 DorenarI lUckFhere from own J SlndllYMilQaronfe White went to Crosno G Snmtay afternoon floallh is not the best in the nohzhborhood at this wrttluWr Mr Larae h s Moved his levee 1907 omp to the W C Johnson f anaof A number of young people were nltv six Ute evests e MiK Carmen Crawford 17th 9nmhy ovenlng Mrs McDadt and children ofarKoffer Ktst Prairie are visiting her mother door Mrs Sarah Hall Moatrm Lawrence and McPheters day o BchMMtt visited Mrs King one M evening test eleCothe Sidney StocktnKs returned wit Sunday from Cnarioston where ne has been attending loolcRev j L Luons of Htckman roaabed a illtereltingserraon to the verr this place Sunday 124 Mrs Lola Plekett of Cairo has the keen vultlne relative In this Heigh borhoed She returned home Tues daymand wile wore theW C Bryant weekwI t ests of Mrs Mtemcs last their home in ButThey Pratre Frlc1yinp As thes Items have keen aooent for several ceki we will again try be Cet IOme in Since the peoplew liave been so busy working there is not much news of any importance but the farmers now are in better i plritl the Cropl are lcoklDg promb ing and the heavy rains have coaled I Irl R Hicks the noted weather forecaster of St Louis last IIto discovered a new spot on the sun a much larger one than has ever before j been seen He says it covers about I the eighth part of the sun although tandmuch smaller thanit appears HeII to look at it with the naked eye fays it will pus from the sun tomor row but will come back again lhof in about twelve days and that weather in the United States will be very ntUcb aftccted by It presence- Many Hlckmanltlil bave been look- Ing at the spot by means of a smoked glass Peptoline haa no equal try oneat Jones fountain only Cov Beckham appointed the ousted I memebrs sf thcCoraroon Council at Princetion io fill th positions I vacant by the decision of the e Appeals holding that the incum bents were not legally elected to the ml1ng One mem broffices they are declined reappoi tmentI renting V iu iuue years past a business house lion the corner and rents for 38 per month and adjoin ing the business house is a residence which rents for S10 This makes an aggregate rental of 27 a month The price is astonishingly low and it will pay to investigate if you want to make a safe investment bar2ainInIt is a lurburban home on the cor poration line just outside the city no city taxes to pay The piece of ground is 165 front feet by 275 feet deep is well fenced has a six room NutFrappe Vnlnut Frappe is very nice AVo think you will like it ItH nothing exactly origi nal just sweotoned chopped tlicetl Commissioners SaleICIRCUIT COURT W FBShaw Scott vs PlalntUflEquity 3- By virtue ot a Judgment and of Sale of Fulton Clwult Court at the May Term thereof in the above cause for the sum Twelve hundred four Dollars and cents with interest at the fttepo per cent per annum from the day of May 1907 until paid costs herein I shall proceed to 1 for sale at the Court House in Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the 8th of July 1907 at 10 oclock A or thereabout bring County day upon a credit six months following described property 0 The West 52 acres of the Falt Quarter of Section 19T 3R4 West Also 62 acres off the North end of Section 27T2R4 West same being one half of the acre tract of land taken from West portion of the South East Quarter of laid section Or sum dent thereof to produce the sum of so ordered to be made For j purchase prtee the purchaser approved security or securities i mult esecute Bond bearing legal from the day ot sale untilI I I M1 and havang tbe fore and effect of a Judgment Bidders will prepared to comply promptly these terms 4 J R Mllner Corn With the death of James Madison Morris aged 75 another old land mark passes away Mr Morris wasI born in Fostervllle Tenn At tbeI age of five he with his parents roovrd 7 Obion county Tenn The Mor ris farm located ftve miles from the little village of Fulton was the flnest in this section and on it Mr Morris his eight sisters and brothers manbood and Krew up into vlgoroul womanhood In 1857 Mr Morril was marred to Miss Mary Llgon one J the belles ot the county The union was blessed with three child T rent two of whom N B Morris and Mrs Samuel McCall are living Card of Thanks Elm Camp No 3 Woodmen of the World tenders its sincere thanks to Miss Emma Tyler for the reading of the poem Misses Ivey DeBow Ma bell Fuqua Menn Chal wn son and Arch DeBow for the sing- ade Ing Mrs Ulber for her assistance- urt in securing the Rowers and Prof Gabby for his addrels at tbe Decoration Exerciscs and UnvelUng at the City Cemetery Sunday ELM CAMP No 3 mu- aKall two porchcs fs papered and painted and in good condition It has a good orchard and out houses Cheap for cash 700 buys itINo SWe have for sale a three room house and two town lots in verylowchaser satisfactory limit on time purchase 350 get it roombouseadditionsatisfactory time punihase 450 No roomhouletown lots cheap and easy terms satisfactory time purchase 5500 Sent to Reform School beINathaniel gaged in a quarrel with the result of Gildert cutting the other negro bfore sentenced to two year in the reform school at Lexington He will bft taken there some time this or next week P p oline 5c at Jon Cafe Ever try it Court House News The following deeds have been recorded in the office of County Clerk Roper since our last repcrtt Martha Hawkins to W A Hat land various oonsldeuttont M F French et al to FroMh Milling Co town lot in MOlt 125 Martha Hawkins et al to W M Russell land SHOO Sam Johnson to Minnie itearet land S0 A C Brown to Minnie Stocu eland SM043 This deed was made ten years ago J Cooper t Mary MUacr bod51500 C N Lanham to J H Wmn deed of release J H Swann to J P Swan town lot In Fulton S5oo R L Lookert et al to R L Campbell deed of release- R L Campbell to Lev Campbell land S2900 N J Cerum to Joe OHvor laRd 75395E Prather to Nettle H cen 140 acres land 6100 Levi Campbell to MeMurry Bros land 3500- R H Boat to Earl Boax fond 1700 Edward Kcllum to Linnle Browser et al town lot in Fulton SSOO The only marriage rhease kuved this week was that of WIlHe Goffey to Miss Oma Johnson They wore falXatresidents of this county Card of Thanks The Womans Foreign Mtlllen111 Society of the M E ohuroh rHickman wishes to thank the gooi people of the city especially Chote of other denominations for the royal hospitality extended by them to the W F M Socities of the Memphis Conference while holding their an nual convention here last week Also to Mrs Handle and her corn mlttee for securing such delightful entertainment for our guests to Bro and Sister Johnson for the valuable assistance rendered by them in many ways to the oholr its faithful organist and pianist and to the Band for the sweet serenade given the convention on Wednesday evening Mm W C WILSOM Pres MM C C SMITH Sea Stqy ierctotoreeoneantrcnjGliied d charging for the operation tf Hi said phone in said dty exoeedtng 150 for resldtnoe phonof and 150 ior business houses and oAjes Bald 350 where one party takes both of enjoinedCromof its telephone system in Hlokman Ky the free use and without tax or charge for communication over its wires to patrons of the telephone ex UnlonCityMayfieldKy exeoutebond=yy TO MY FRIENDS I take this means of informing myliveryry building next door to Barry WeltHickmanserve you better than hefretofoie as ceMrallylocatedvice the best Yours truly E P DAVIS r1 t Scfprd Tie is a most jftted makes walking a t whfefe Qr7 popular nedium licels styles urpassedi especially in to take our word lor e always have Tints ued selling pf the vry nee of the publit and ed to make a sale J 3ur money without ever have permitted branch of our IJUM md furnishing gucuK f m Vhereyp ondiiton 1dercdI its dale MgeIt a hear- btehtirae er court hen this aad the I as Judge entueky Ilve a grant ing it to- Jepbonc iickman of suf my pre it I did- beariftl ilmously will be ng mo the case al after Luld be lentI the de ted byII 11111 uy franchiseFort dlllvemadebctere1907 lIt overruled H S BARKER Judge Ky Court of Appeals Swaynes Improvements justbeninrddcpaintingSwayne has had the shelving and fixtures ndtbeenameledItvaltimprovonent Intbeof Swaynetellscompletedhis buslness graduatedfromof department Nasbville1887 and entered upon his business career in Hickman takesaputatlonIttake square dealing compoundillg UYIthati hobby His stock is now more complete than at any IieuslooM and W B Soatff y of 28 years IIi tikes UMii al 4 prevorlptloM than ev r before patronage Mr S ayn t that he wiM j generoUs pubh t- patrenaae n the oontiiwaar It is uteltM to will receive tnr I fair treatment patronage give his store te open in the moraine the afternoon Ask yoyr h U- PUle otoh SnuB Commissioner Sate FULTOH Cm Ruth May An iv herein by Dr J her statutory KL by E J Antler r and next friend 4i erlOn Petition Ex Patte By vlrture ol Order of Sale of F vrendered at the M 1907 In the aboYf ofwith int r per cent per aii day of19costs herein I slu tfor sale at the Omit Hickman Kytu 1 at Public Auction r I tof July 1907 at 1 or thereabout bfHIt day upon a credit It following describe ir A certain tract or r V JI the South East ar Quarters of Section West of 6 West as Vi thereto dated May 1 tpo recorded in D B N ItIn Fulton County toui eJ1 isaid land is in Fult r I lucky Or sufficient r z f r1e duce the sums of m f i tn be made For the rser the purchaser with a f J st JIly or securities mu sr y bearing legal interest l gill of sale until paid ar VI i M force and effect ofji g rrrr Bidders will be prepare promptly with thess IT j R Mii I r