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Hickman j THE HIeKMAN eOURIERTease that Pull the tTramroM Wagon J tff the lull af Suorwr The Courier r a Spenhln GDDd Team Crease the Riles Dr Your Wagon Old Mn and bets HItch lip v M s tt fro JV VV rtlamd WCeTC1iK sHICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 28 1907JBrAJILIJ1II 9tes THE TEIY lest rr CELEBRATE THE FOURTH I t Jlht 1906 by IHurt SthafTncr t Mjrx Shoe Satisfaction is- Certain at this Store icepitatal shoes are not only strongly oMistrueteU but- h style as the higher grades Better acne In awl get nod them the best ghee values In HJakman at 9250 to 350 rados In all styles and leathers CtftMClt and Florsheim 94OO to 500 4 Everyone should Save enough patriotism to observe the day in some way and of course youll want to look dreuedup especially if you go away from home You know what we mean udrelledupa new suit hat shoes neck ti- eetcnot just any old thing but something uptonow in style and at the same time possessing wearing equalities that can be absolutely depended upon and the prices they are no Maher than the cheap grades usually sell for Sf Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Ono of tho best things about them is that theyre higherpriced than others i thats ono of tho chief reasons for buying them They cost us more and you but thoyro worth so much moro than they cost that wo think theyre tho cheapest olotheu made today You can always buy lower priced clothes than tho HartSehaffhor 1L Marx make wo have thom for stile ournolveH nut if you want tho bcHt woll just drop in any day and woll show you Prices 1650 to 2500IExtra Specials Mediumpriced SuitsII At 1 10100 1250 and 1500 When you como to gee theso suits we want you to expect to seo something out of the ordinary youll not bo disappointed for wo b Hovo them to bo the greatest bargains wo have over offered ab those prices These como in solid colors fancy worsteds anH nobby gray mixtures and plaid the makeup and Mia style is the same that youll expect in higher grade clothing but the price thorog whore you will notice tho difference and it will surprise you Como and see Special Values in Youths aid- a Boys Clothing YOUTHS LONG PANT SUITS a great showing of grays plaids I v worsteds Thofio suite nro out on tho sumo lines ns mens suits and iosii K ry inminish style with long mtHnnd full trousers Who values nro vory Iii i 1 ranging in prico from 500 to 1500 BOYS KNEE PANT SUITS oonipriHo tho most doHirnblti pattonm ftj ill fabrics NorIt Prices 1 150 to 650 BOYS KNEE PANTS A largo ami varied Htoak in lightand flarj JjiKitorns 1 I I Itlwaya flnlllIIQro tho largest lino nnd host values in boya kngo pfifrfob Prices 50c to 150 h L i H f Straw Hats s xcuse for waiting longer The hats are here in all the Ilatest styles Yacht shapes 150 to 350 fjper grades In soft nnd yacht shapes 25c to 150 S and Childrens hats and caps in all styles lc to 100 stylesMensi quality and plaited bosoms plain and ooat styles attached and detached cuffs in white striped and figured effects Prices 50c 1 150 Jersey ribbed and sUk Mens Underwear finished Balbriggan Shirts and drawers and cool namwok with coat shirt knee or long length drawers at per garment SOc Cheaper grades in plain and fancyBalbrlggan at 25 and 35c r SMITH AMBERC i I v v Offlcla tit Fulton Ceudy I LLocal Motes Get old pipers at this office Use Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff 3 CcurferOffice lorCall1ornlaRed Band Pure Scotch Snuff Is the highest grade snuff 3 Mrs D B Wilson was In Wingo a short while last week Life Iis a running stream When stagnant you cease to live Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no 48 Somebody said that wishing and hoping are twin sisters of fate spentSundayThe house of quality IIs the right place to buy coffins and cas kets There Is no greater luxury than the possession of a friend who understands you Freshest line of groceries In town can be found at Shaw tit Bet tersworths The men that make history for other men to record are rarely ever bookwormsPierson of Fulton took the examination for the State College appointment last week If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw St Bettersworth fill that bill of groceries The Undertaker at the Farm ers Hardware Cowill answer your calls promptly day or night C G Hughes and daughter Lola have returned from Tyler Mo and will make Hickman their hone David Bright of the East Prairie Mo Eagle was in Hickman Satur day and Sunday visiting his parents H C Barrett the undertaker is with the Farmers Hardware Com ploy Incorporated the house of qualityMiss Mildred Ramage has return ed home from Nazareth Ky where she has Just graduated from Naza reth Academy Attorney Jas Fisher a noted law yer of Paducah died at Benton Fri day afternoon He had been falling In health for some time Misses Annie Ellison Louise At wood and Floyd Naylor and Edgar Naylor spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lon Naylor at Cayce Miss Emma Smith Route 2 will leave on the 18th for Rocky Okla to make that place her future home She will be accompanied by her uncle W R Cole The campaign for the United States senate in Mississippi between John Sharp Williams and Governor James K Vardaman is growing hot in fact it beats the June days warm ing up They have never met in joint debate but will do so July 4 and it Iis pretty certain that fireworks and brass bands will not be needed to attract a crowd Missouri recently passed a 2c pas aenRer fare law to be in effect June 15 1907 On that day a dreadful and tangled l precipitated one side usingfederal injunction to prevent the law going into effect the other using state injunction to force the law into immediate effect The state judge decided that the federal courts bad the right of way in his own opinion but thought that the rail roads cut of respect to the state law ought to give the 2c fare llaw a fair honest 90 days trial The judge showed good sense in making this suggestion It was immediate ly adopted The Courier is pleased to note the improvements in the buildings that have been built at Cayce to replace those which burned about a year ago The building of the Naylor Mercantile Co hat been built quite a while and perhaps covers more floor space than any business house in the county and carries a thorough lly uptodate stock of goods at all times The Johnson building has recently been completed and as yet has not been completely fitted on the inside When these gentlemen get straightened out In new quarters it is needless to say that they will be thoroughly prepared to take care of their trade v n P- IEllisoD Bros t 4 l Another Opportunity who visited our store On account of the fact that large numbers of people the rushbe waited on owing to during the three days sale could not andanother opportunity on and who have expressed a desire for reduce the stock still furtheraccount of our necessity to we have decided that for TIIBIIII DAYS MORES Saturday June 29th Monday July ist Tuesday July 2nd and Merchandise on Halo at saorillelng prliioGoods ClothingWe will placo the ENTIRE STOCK of Dry Many lines of merchandise nt still lower prices I odds and ends broken lots etc sale has left us with many The heavy selling of the three days of their value I fractionat mereThese have all been gotten together and marked a becomes to dispose of our present stock and this itfall therefore nccesinry We would prefer to sell at a sacrifice rather than carry goods through to marked them down occordingly Come and see for yourself We havereduction in prices can only be accomplished 6a positive true and genuine THREE DAYS MORE OF THE ELLISON SALE iI A SALE WITHOUTA POSITIVELY LAST CHANCE f TO BUY AT 8THESESACRIFICE PRICES EVERYTHING PLAINLY MARKED BEFORE THE SALE 1 fTiftmi kiii im YI rf T1 THe lames Hone Journal w the greatest magaatae fororasabeorase and It leas become to the pubtonltta preeminently wM towomea Prom It the hoowvifc can plan her antis fosMwi her Oxtnltpanpreeminently the greatest Fashion Magazine lIT r N s st Is eiW s MtilDNti M 5UMWu e Mv tafeM Tto JeWHMl MWMOT ml mm a PEr JWM w b rin ew leMr e ew M u- epwl n N HI MMMMM The Ladies Home Journal Patterns complete the usefulness of The Journal itself by making It pisilMe U utilize the designs of Mrs Ralston and other Journal aothorl ties We have the patterns of course We Show the Materials Which The Journal the authority on fashion Tells You Are Correct WITH SUCH A COMBINATtOK s The Ladies Home Journal The Home Journal Patterns Corredt Materials From EllisonsH- OW CAN YOU BE WRONG The JULY PATTERNS and JOURNAL Now on Sale EliEcrn Bros 1 EVERYTHING PLAINLY MARKED NOW MAKES IT EAS TO DETERMINE THE WIDE- SACRIFICE MADE WE MUST REDUCE OUK STOCK STI LL- FURTHER P THREE IKVS r MORE 1 a THE ELLISON sALy Wool Dross Goods in shades of desiroablo fnbricH Cotton Goods Wash Goods Poicritggj Madnw ninnyDRY GOODS Dress Goods of nil kinds Goods LinoiiH Lace and JEmbroidar lltttdkuruJitf mgrtlotH Ginghams Lawns BatwtoH all kinds of Summer Dress Goods White Hosiery oDd Underwear and notions of all kinds nt prices that you would novor oxpoot to got them for noV j LADIES READYTOWEAR GARMENTS Handsome Waists and Skirts Muwlin Undonvoar o to snorifico for throe laysRMILLINERY Ladies Migses and Childrons Trimmed and Roadtowear Hats sacrificed regardless of cost4FHOUSE FURNISHINGS Floor Coverings lnttings Oil Cloths Linoleum Hugs Art Squares Window Shndos Lnco Btjiitsfiiji Q enc Tflood TABLE FURNISHINGS Table Linens Table Oil Cloths Napkins Table Covers Towels I3tc nb heavy roduotions CLOTHING Mens Boys and Chitdrens Clothing Suits and Pants to be sold at such sacrifices thin you would hardly biiHovo Ivlthbut ooingI MENS FURNISHINGS dens Shirts Underwear Hosiery Suspenders Belts Neckwear flats of all kinds oto greatly reduced T SHOES Peters Celobwtod Diamond Brand Shoos for Mon Women Boys Girls and Childruns all reduced Ve HARDWARE TINWARE ENAMELWARE Queenswaro etc all included in this groat Throe Days Solo ft Sale Commences Saturday June 29 continuing 3 days Monday and Tuesday July I1 and 2 ELLISON EROS JJ aJCKJI1A1tT E5r i t An Endorsed Check Ground I Jiy Ties ot4rsement upon the bank of each ohcok ii I if net Oil the pArty received payment I 1 I indisputIt I r ltd trine i v iij1 f iheite Its the safest way- I I I tWtii r fgr Ohcdklflg as I talk taflie laid I EJOrcMAN prm1a- Rc2i2A N tYI WI I t tI I M I rUE A S of E COLUMN 4 + H SAUMOMS r t 1 vlttr a young t that he had t U that organ U any ute to farm t If a that he had oJlying Mme and- y uiiif idly in the n t nt voM be noI rtkcproeeMr L t u worth 14000 1 trt r wwW not take t t 1 b i US SJOOOO fish t ti Uof idle capita T rrr r fit IS WOrth 110 k jt my young friend i sweati because It duos t t tirt rm knot lot r nol pay to hire faim IAJM mt ask the United j at AIQI aR the farm r tie awontgc income r ibr i otters year was or A Uttieera 1200 t i if J004ays work for er fly The average In e 4 miUos of ether laborers v or nsariy 400 per a i osss Mfflionof set lasts yearly ta- than aO00 while amMIuhad aAe-lt 40000osok Only e Mad an income 00011 If these ronf icmemoor they t artmgc farmer prwos efpHatle whoa r i the ftwllios on the itrdto lost than 400 v For tMs must e r hours at the most ox- vHrteowe labor often be moet white the hborcrs In r fies who are largely en I the goods mm key work short r phwMnt conditions ioublt at mush pay a has Agnred that ran with an Investment of liars produce thirteen roducls wile the farm invostmoiit of twenty mew only Ave billions In other words the r mannlactnrer returns t products white the r farmer retains him only p AIuds Gives NO For Dispute oitrepttonal advantage small they disagreeable 4oulaotstrtnf Where is the equity when a dollar invested m ow furor of industry j returns five times as much at in an manufacturers1obtaixorganisation and cooperation Who does not know that our state and national capitals swarm with tebyists every soMlon to look after the fin tereU of manufacturers J They unite combine and cooper ate and sell their products at their OWN price while we INy and sell both at their price It It any won don that they otn pay their laborers twioe as mock as the farmer can af ford to pay them when they make Ave timei as Bwota on the Investment as the farmer makes Is It any wonder that my young friend lets his JO aoros of land and his mules11- IMe idle under soak oeudltMOs1 And they are growing worse and worse very year The tar tads it harder and harder to employ Help eaob season They toll os that it is wrong antii wicked to combine for power Yet we have shown again and again that every dvitisod nation in the world j organises instruct and drills IIiarmies and navies i that each state organises Its civil government of I governor auditor any gen seoy 1 of state treasurer legislature etc to preserve our state government i I that each county is organised under a eoiraty judge county atty jailor clerk sheriff aweseor and county school Sept to present an organ I toed county government that eachI district Is organised under a justice of peace constable and road supervisors i that each city is arganiMd under a mayor hoard ef alderman 1 city clerk assessor marshal and polloi t that each school district IIe organised under a board cf trustees and teachers to teach the children that Masons Knights of Pythlai Knights of Honor Odd Fellows and Woodmen of the World are organ sod to dispense charity i that J churches are organised under olderII bishops doaeons stewards and clerks to promulgate the gospel In short that every body and everything U organised for power t except the farmer tot If a farmer talks of organisatlenOh I how wick ed t He must be a nihilist a IIIInest a socialist an egotist a revo lutionist an atheist an anarchist or a fooltst 1111 t Let every local union call all Us sneakers together at once and dls cuss elevators wheat pledges a bleI barbecue a good oration and a big advance for the A S of E IRON BEDS I curry at nil timed n complete lino of furni f Jrf nt nil kindsRockers Mattresses Springs cots pricoHIioturu Complete lino nnkotB and Burial Hobos Hoarse furnislied wlin wanted W F MONTGOMERY I BI irlineiit user Ilia itare I R UBfka Hillary Of f uHlckmansK X00 Swapping DaYJuly 6lh Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff J Try the Couriers Want Column See the Courier Realty Cot bar gain list sickthis thekllteInUnionJ H Reyer was here from Island 8 Saturday BandPute vllitedhlllouse for Rent sec M B Shaw or Mrs Fannie Shaw 52tf Mr Wessenbarg levee Inspector was in town this week Misses Lillle and Ethel Creaion are visiting in Columbus Tom Smith was In town Monday attending Quarterly Court Mr W P Reeds of Fulton watl IIn town Monday en business Mite Hitclle Reneau will leach a school on Island 8 next section M B Shaw has been on No 8 Island fur several days on business Mrs Hntee Chiles ef Union City visited Mrs K G 0nan this week R B Goakler and wife went to Memphis Sunday for a short visit Tickets fined for 5 and 10 cents free at Barkett Ce Ask about those Banners headquarters for nice shortorder lunches and fruit at Grfgskys Phone number SI for H C Burett the undertaker Night phone number 14 Miss Kate Haokelt has returned from an extended visit to her sister la Rome Ga Mrs C H Moore and children returned Tuesday from a visit with Jntea City relatives Lot the Htokman lee Coal Co loll you some of their coal Youll use no other Telephone 48 Miss Erllne Boone of Fulton Hkkman has been the renMrlrf friends this week Mr T A Martin of State Line lie in Chicago last Friday He lad bees In Chicago several weeks Mrs R R Burnett and little laughter Mary Tempa went to ifayfleld Wednesday for a short visit Miss Annie May Kirkpatrtok and guestslastramify Tile splendid rain the first of the week wit welcomed by every one ulll will prove especially beneficial to the farmers Brio Johnson of the N C Si St r office In HIckman Is at Chatta loega and other southern points on a summer vacation Miss Effie Martin of Caruthers vllle Missouri has been visiting Mrs L W Swanner for the past two weeks and attending the revival Meeting in East Hickman Net 2U but 21 Thats our telephone number When you know any news of local1 importance please dont hesitate to call ul We are glad to have all the local happenings Perhaps you have a visitor i have you told us about Itl We failed to mention last week that Mr H Buchanan while walk- Ing along Water Street on the pave mentefell into the cellar and fractured a rib He is suffering considerable pain yet from the injury While making some exposures in West HIckman Tuesday Mr A S losedale local photographer happened to an accident which might have been a serious one The switch engine was backing down the track upon which Mr Rosedale was stand Ingwith his camera and struck the camera breaking it and knocking him down He escaped without Injury Hiram Edmiston aged about leventythree years died at Fulton Tuesday of last week after several weeks illness caused from a complication of diseases Mr Edmiston died at the home of his daughter Mrs C E Holt He had been making his home with her for some time Mr Edmiston is well known in Hickman where he has many friends The Courier extends sym pathy to the family and relatives = u- III gygywwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww q TO MY FRIENDS I take this means of informing myliveryBarrysbartHickman I am in a position to serve you better than heretofore as 1 have better facilities and centrally located Prices the lowest and ser vice the best Yours truly I13 F DAVIS 1 taaaaaaaaaaaafuukaaw awaaaa B Haokett of St Louts is in the oilyNext gloriousfourthr B C Rice was in Woodland Mills Monday swappingday What does Shaw BeUersworth sell Go and see IIJust like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe Dr Frank Griffith was here from Tlptenvllle Tuesday Miss Ina Pickle of Fulton visited in Hickman last week Chas Dletiel ef Union City was In the city Monday vlltungInH F Oliver of Fulton was in town on business last week Barkett Cow111 give you something free Call at the store Farmers News Sclmllar and The Hickman Courier one yurS115 Atty W Ttpton of Caruthers yule Mo was In HIckman Tuesday Leek for the Courier Realty Cos proposition In this Issue It will Interest you Clyde Wilson has returned home from Ohio where he has been at tending school Telephone lie Factory Office jhoae no 48 for coal Hlokman Ice and coal Ce Edgar Naylor went to East Prairie parentsHeMr Geo Whipke foreman of the Nashville Bridge Co is spending a short while in Denton Ky Mrs W A Johnston and son John Anderson are spending several weeks In Brownsville Tenn Mrs Jerry Malone came over from Union City Tuesday night to ipend a few days with relatives Thos Nash and wife of Wynn Ark were guests of DrK Davidson and family first of the week Lee At will and sisters Misses Annie and Belle of Route Four spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Beale Mr W F Boone of Fulton ormely In the furniture business In Hiokman was in Hickman on business this week Sheriff Johnson was in Fulton Fridayserving papers in the Mea lows divorce cue He was ao companied by F S Moore Deputy Sheriff Gould er Johnson accompanied by S T Roper left Hickman Monday afternoon for Lex ington where he took the two negro boys Nathaniel Gilbert and Chas Sandford to the Reform School Mrs James McAlIster one of the best known ladies in the central part of this county died Sunday after a years Illness of consumption She recently returned from Del Rio Texas where she went in search of health She is survived by a hus band and several children We are pleased to note that H L Henry Amberg who sustain ed a broken limb while helping to pull a limb from a fence at the rear of the Methodist church several weeks ago IIs sufficiently recovered to walk with the aid of crutches and Iis able to be at the store again We hope for complete recovery soon Tile Way My Trk Ab- refRUMAGO Tbe Mnllclno That MAKES RHEUMATISM GO Letter rroui a wI known cJtlwn or Howling Urea KM nnNTiJ Vcr lwr ihnumlbm In my Ml kaft1=miJ lf iViMf uuM1Mmktnui nntMi l t iV Mntnul- n 7 bi na lr w I U4t n n vHi nr I w an f duAloua Twr uwr J 1 EIwAnitti II Will film You AlM Hold by T T SWATHE Through Car From St Louis At last after a years effort the merchants of Hickman have succeed ed in getting through freight service from St Louis A St LouisHick man package car has been Inaugurated which will be loaded in St Louis daily with freight for Hickman and will leave St Louis daily at 7 tJO in the afternoon arriving at Martin over the Illinois Central at 5 oclock in the morning next day It will be picked up at Martin by the N C it St L and arrive in Hickman at noon It iis impossible to enumerate the advantages which this will give to our merchants Freight that has heretofore taken from five days to a week to come from St Louis by being transferred several times will be here the next day after being shipped The train which brings this car from St Louis to Martin is a fast package train and runs on passenger train schedule YOUR SUMMER TRIP me litlp IOU plan It I inny hel able to- make nuinraitlfH that will MT you mon ere Wrlle or Mummer MoWer iloMrllilnu rawtfU IH the Teaaeee loan4Icy Ii OlulJ- If leatcrutiet MaelI neerhelnfiprlns- ctttlprlnlralJlant prInK lion Aqua- ltrlttgand moor olfjer If you ure KOliiit IB Ihfi Jnni MU wn HxpotllioH write for JftiiiMlown folder altewwlW1L7Nubvtle Practical Politicians The socalled practical politician he who makes politics a business viziIthe wardheeler the petty spoils men and political hangerson generally who hunger for office and cringe and bow and scrape to those who have sufficient fluence to put them into distillery as guager or a country post office are the elements that make homemade machines possible and are directly responsible poUI hold aloof from the cesspools of packed and slated conventions Caucusses held by party spoils men and petty office holders are a thing of the past t the rank and file of political parties are being educat ed to their sense of duty by the exposure ot the colossal trusts in all industrial pursuits and corrupt rings in cities and populous centers gen erally The practice of picking a few of the elect and putting them next1 as to who will serve their in terests best when in office is fast fading out of the motheaten garments of the regime of the past and will not be tolerated in the toga of the rising roman of pure motives and pure methods The questionable maneuvers and dark lantern stalking of local politician who arc kept busy fixing up their barbwire fences to keep the other fellow out of their clover will have to put on another strand or the scent of newmown bay may tempt some undesirable quadruped to get breachy and break into their chosen fields to share the luxury that they claim as theirs by statute of limitation Yes the boys are getting their eyes open they not only want men in the field but in public offices of all kinds who are brood and liber al minded who will look after the men whose servants they are and not being eternally on the lookout as to how they can serve some politi cal boss best to get back into office again The recent Louisville Convention was a fit type of this class of pollUlUns it has shown to the voters of Kentucky that parties as they now exhist have outlived their usefulness and are no longer reliable i the politics outlined by President Roosevelt Gov Folk of Missouri Gov Hughes of New York the Governor of Colorado and a few reform Mayors of Cities principally Mayor Brand Whitlock successor to Mayor Jones of Toledo are in line with the ideal policy to be pursuaded in National State and Municipal government and in proportion as these men have outgrown the flabby conservatism of partisan leaders so will the rank and file of oath parties rise to a greater and nobler standard of principle in a government by the people for the people ARAOOM Bahal Is the name of a new sect in Chicago who embrace and kiss on meeting each other It is estimated there are several hundreds Bahains in Hiokman who until this item reached them were wholly unconscious of their adherence to the new religion Miss Nannie Jones aged 29 died Sunday night at her fathers home near Fulton She had been ill some time and death was not unexpected The burial occurred Monday at New Hope Churchyard after funeral services conducted by Rev Stuart Martin Tenn A barn belonging to Chas Roach near State Line burned Sunday night destroying about sixty barrels of corn and quantity of hay The fire was caused by lightning Cash Book Store Bpleu Jfd Selection Zfevw IOOD- Stationery Post Cards Wotions Zto lYbluKliwj Jmiu Si4 Cwpy B T DAVIS gttotucy at IW- Will j practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Randles store- HICYfAU KENTUCKY Dr S K Davidson DENTISTOntoe Oowgitis Drug Store Hickman Kentucky 6M 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 rypuotrB no 119 Southern Star Best Laundry In the South I Give 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 Alt For Sale Good chestnut sorrel horse weighs about 1100 pounds is active and healthy also good set of harness and a double seated canopy top sur rye 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 Killed By LiveWire At Mayfield Monday night Chas Webb a young boy twelve years of age was electrocuted by one of the Mayfield electric light wires The young man had climbed to the top of an electric light pole and was in contact with the wires when the current came on killing him instant ly He was a nephew of Burney Hughes an employe of the Hickman+ Ice Coal Co in the electrical de partmrnt Mr and Mrs Hughes went to Mayfield Tuesday to attend the funeral A Sof E Meeting County Union A S of E meets next Monday July 1 Elevators wheat pledges equity exchanges and preliminary arrange ments for a monster barbecue will beconsideredA from all the local unions should be in attendance to make this a red letter meeting Nonunion farmers are invited and will be welcome W B McGltBK Pres JNO A MCCLURE Seoy Mr and Mrs Burney Hughes went to Mayfield Tuesday They went to attend the funeral of Mr Hughes nephew who was killed Monday night by an electric wire Gasoline for sale at the Courier Office L u THE HICKMAN COURIER Ctntn 1J1mI KtnhKti like IV Mr x T BELLE W a ants J O 8FTTOtt Eilun Mi PtiprUUr n ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE I Kutoml at the lllakmitn Kentucky poatcfTIa M leeeml JlUIt null matter =Friday June 28 1907 The MaytTille Kv Independent urges that a petition with thousands of names be secured and presented to Governor Beckham for the release of Caleb Powers who it to be tried in Georgetown Ky on July 29 for the murder of the late Governor William Goebel Wonder if the Independent realizes the task it sug gests and how futile would be the efforts The people of Kentucky are not going to consent to parden ing such men and we believe Mr Independent may as well save time and energy MR BRYAN Mr Bryan is now tray been for some time and will be for some time to come the chief topic of discussion in the editorial columns of the met ropolitan dailies These brainy men distent in their opinions of course and it is to be conceded that they each have a perfect right to their respective opinions But it is quite interesting to note the vast contrast in opininons among these brainy edltrolal frlters The Courier be lieves and knows that Mr Bryan is brainy and no doubt the brainiest man in the country i he is a man of lofty ideas and purposes commands the respect and admiration of pos sibly more men than any other man in the country can poulbly do i thyt at the head of the administration he could and would do more good for the country than any other man and In fact under certrab circumstances is the man to lead tha democratic ticket in the national campaign of 1903 But all those things being true Mr Bryan like all other hu mans has some very noticeable faults and some of them tend to in jure the party for which he professes loyalty and of which he aspires to be leader Mr Bryan seems to forget that the campaign of 1896 is forever u bygone and can never be fought again It unfortunately caused great men to dissent in opinion and without doubt hurt the democratic party to an almost irreparable ex tent Its issues caused many influential and theretofore staunch democrats to leave the party thus resulting in its defeat And for this reason alone all possible efforts harmonyduringgreat many of these democrats who left the party with their votes and influence in 1896 will come back to j the ranks in 1908 If these men have repented and are willing to return prodigal sons and lend their votes and influence to the end of sue eels to the party why should they not be warmly welcomed But Instead I of this Mr Bryan is taking occasion to lambast these men so to speak in many of his addresses 1 throughout the country He does not want to respect anothers opinions unless they coincide with his Heii dictates what the party must do and who it must nominate As we sayI this is a great mistake for there are thousands of democrats who are not constructed by human nature to be dictated to and will not be TbeyI may be only voters but their votes and influence however small could be turned to other channels This byHenryone knows much ceniur jd for leaving I the party in 1896 It must be I borne in mind that Mr Watterson is a smart man and a man of vast in J fluence The influence of just such men is what either brings success or defeat to a party The thousands of votes influenced by just such men as Henry Wattersos are needed nextj 1 year to insure the success of the j party Will we get them or will J Mr Bryan continue his biased views and expressions thereof thus insur ing the loss of thousands of votrs getTheif nominated and we believe he will be we will support him but we do not hesitate to say he is making some grave mistakes 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 service the great need of Christian Union will be dllIetMsed la the evening the true baoit of Christian Union will be re pealed We have a thoroughbred Poll DurJMMS bull which we stand at 1 J oah wUk service Satisfaction WWMiMd MCDAXXEL KEMP 3 i Real Estate for Sale I I Here are some snaps and all will pay big in terest on the in vestment 100Acre Farm in theiI bottom below Hickman 200 Acres Fine Land in bottom below Hickman Two Desirable Residences on the hill One House and Four Lots S 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 pay ing proposition About 50 Lots in West Hickman It will pay big to build on these to rent Rlman Really Co IncC- W S ELLISON Mgs Sent To Reform School Chas Sandford a negro boy about seventeen years of age was arraigned before County Judge Nay petitlarcenyini the School for the Incorrigibles at Lexington This makes two negroes who have been sentenced for a like term within a week I will null YOU free tn prare merit mntple ut my fir Mhoop + 1tdanllrlarut-my look on either Dyipeptla The llrnrt UomUrCIdptIro10mJliuent and not ItteeaiiM N- nerrerbelald NlttUOmtM l nerve mean Hloiiv aKidneyImlde nerve Weaken INON sera awl weellerekai liuule Its fame No other remedy evt r AfurUIOWmuttDrMild bjr all dealer Best Game of Season The Hickman and Fulton ball practioIngs city on July 4 This will be one of the best games of ball ever witness KentuckyFultonLeader To Snuff Users When you buy snuft you want the best Red Band Pure Scotch Snuff is the kind that will Rive you com plete satisfaction It is made from the highest grade of mutt tobaccos carefully cured and is all its name I Impliesa pure Scotch Snuff of the very highest quality 3 the Man With Dandruffc- an now be cured lie should buy a bottle of2EMO today ZEMOdceiroya tko germ that causes tho disease Ita nMitopa itching instantly proTCoU taU Ing hair and leaves tho scalp in a dcaa healthy condition All DraggttU For Mta by Helm It Klltfon Pottageville Mo Iis making pre paration for a big Fourth of July3 celebration ehowyounntxtureIaln ThbleU out do I will mAlt you free a Trial lackateofthonlIlr Hhoop lead ache Tablets Neurnlula lloailaebeItiotli acbe Period prin SIC are duo alone t hlOOlronaClltlOn Ur Nboopa Irtadach- Tahletsdmpl kill pain tiy coastnv awn the uiiiutaml blood pressure That U atI Address IJr HUoop lUclm Wl Hold halt dealer i eln The fourth ESfatts 0 Twentyfive prisoners in the Jeifff son county jail have petitioned Got Beckham to have them confined u the penitentiary at once so that their sentences may begin at one Among the number are several life termers fr+ We arc in receipt of a copy ol The Hickman Courier Mng an account of the closing exergue ol the City School of whioh Prof B F Gabby is the Principal Prof Gabby was a pupil of Prof W T Berry at Ltwisburc and later a graduate of the Maysvllle High School Maysville Independent +The Grand Jury of Christian County adjourned after returning no iindictments against night riders The jury was instructed to Investi pate the crimes that had been oom mitted by night riders destroying the tobacco beds hut no indictments were returned as a result of the in vestigation If an investigation was made +Clarence Dick of East Prairie who has been attending the Bible School at Cincinnati Onto has been visiting relatives in Hlokman for the past week and attending the revival services at the holiness Church of Christ +New English battleships are first modeled in parafflne wax and the models tested la a tank The wx does not absurd water or change weight and permits of easy alterations without loss of materialt The women of Omaha have started a movement to force merchants to re move false legs from their show win dews as hosiery advertisements The city officials are treating the matter as a joke but the ladies seem to be very much in earnest Wonder if those ladies ever patronize the bathing resort at Lake Manawa close to Omaha The kind you set there are not made of plaster ol paris It is only courtesy that you honor your guests by seeing that their names appear in the local theylooknearly every other guest in town was mentioned and that their names wet e theyfeellllgbtedl tee that the paper will get your guests name unless you see that 1 gets there On Monday evening June 17th r Mr and Mrs Jas Roney entertain SundaySchoolwire played and delightful refresh meals were served Those present MaggiRiceLillian Choate Llllie Knoerr Ola Mown and Virginia Royster All reported having spent a delightful evening but were sorry that three apeswd a dainty souvenir of the evening +Our friend and subscriber L R Brown of Route two brought to the Courier Saturday a basket of the nicest peaches and apples we have seen this year We dont say this gavetbemeither t they are strictly the nicest we have seen to The president has warned em ployes in the classified service not politicsThee classified service to Supervising Architect Taylor of the Treasury Department is facing- a rebellion in his office as the result of the appointment of negro drafts I ComIto thetwocentprefergettingI once to paragraphersI young graduate discourse on Be yond the Alps Hei Italy The railroads of the country have announced the determination to fight wherethat+ presseAsaIwylecretaryI The Kentucky editors met in sea IOn at Ketlll Springs Ky last week and from press reports had the mot successful meeting in the history of the Association We are In receipt of a letter this week item our old friend ami tutor JJC Wears of Chariots N C m which he oompHmoHts the Counts and sends hit host wishes to his Hickman friends In the letter be enclosed a clipping from one ef ttCnarlctte papers giving Rev Haw lyll statement in regard to Ibe whipping he received at Fulton re costly The statement denies all the allegations made by Mr Mead Oft and his friends +Last week we announced that several of the teachers wield take a three weeks course at Hepkiiwville We were misinformed m the place as it should have been JClHnfl II will he seen in another Item in this issue to A lfiyear oM HaoparfoHgtrl liv ing In Denver Is saM M be the only female maker ot vtclint In the world She has just completed her fourth and all ef them arc said tte he of toe workmanship and excellent tone +4 WHitam WaWor Astor the ang- iaisedl American m hi mnt1oaire seeme lobes piker Hceontrttaiod only 50000 to the Orient Rtverri ty relict tend John W Gates bets more than that on a horse riOt 4t The std netiea that a nest egg was needed to induce a lien to lay IsI merely ono ef poultry superolUtom They out no figure whatever In OM agdlsfardody arms +Oder T SL Lars sre of Flor sole Ala wfll begin a protracted meeting at the Scoewi Qulotis steeNlayJunewill be glad ef this opportonitjr to hear this noted evangeniU H lostrt the oonAdcnae of his friends j when believethim when his character is honey combed by deceit punotered by elk honesty i he is poor when he makes money at the expense of hk charac ter whoa principle duos not stand idatWhose this is clouded he k m danger of the worst kismet of poverty To be in the poorhouse isnt noseeearMy to rwrIntegrityfour square to the world if rue secret bent the knee o principle to avarice Tbe+4 A newtpaper dieoaU usda dose of June 19 Cmoionall 0 f1I-MluI Durban of this city while 9 41foundwhich says There wilt be no au mer In the year 1907 i+ tellowing of the Louisville Poet was handed a lemon by the Republican State con vention at Louisville this wick Cot partylIeparty so loft it some ten years ago and soon afterwards assumed the office of dictator to the Republican theStateindorseSocrttarrTaftRepublicans took charge of the con ventlon and flatly refused to do Col Proudt thslr candidatecarry out President Roosevelts pelloies f The Post is in right smart cf a stew about it but nitIn+ e 1hte dally papers are publishing all kinds of rumors about a threaten ed andJapanyelloWJa panese school affairs at San Fran cisco and government officials of neither country are taking any heed of the matter +The New York supreme court has wherethey likeItalongaftertotbecourtmost theonolrevlewablebyk f The NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookSto The different Oil Stove The improved Oil Stove Gives best results Reduces fuel ex I workinszIch of the lU means the hottest flame produced by any stove The New PtrrrlotIoQ will make your work lighter Will nt over heat the kitchen Made in three MIC rub one two and three burners Every stovr war ranted If not at your dealers write tu our nearest agency The SyO Lamp tlatesti throughout and beautifully Everylamp warranted Suitable diningroom parlor or bedroom Ilt t at your dealers write to our near s c I TAMDAND OIL COMPANY Iaeorpereae NOTICEr r Your Water and Light rent iis due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and If not pall by the TENTH will be cut off This took effect November I 1000 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co oilice at the Ice factory Office open from 7a m until G p tn any day except Sunday and on the Oth and lOlh of eachmonth it iis open until 0 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co Inc A O CARUTHERS Mgr Commissioners Snle FULTON Oncurr Cants XT J W ftoftey FltteUsl j JMvjiMtijrJim1 t Defendants IIHIOnIotroodcred at the May Term thereof IfOT ill the above parse for Ute sues dlgbyAvenl six per soul per annum reuse I- Iday of May INT until jaW and costs herein 1 shall nroosctl to olof for sftle at the Court Hovte door ill Hickmao Rr to the Well eet bidder at PuWk Locales on the- Sib day of sly ltof at 10 oclock A AI or tlMrat btCounty Court day upon a credit six Months the following described property to planorFultonCountythereof to produce the MUM of money pureMse proved security or securities must execute Rood boating legal Interest andhavtnrpreparedtoJ R Milner Com Commissioners Sale FULTOX CIRCUIT COURT KY- E E 1VI1 JMtyAlex mdOrderrendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Six Hundred and Throe Dollars with inlerosl percentdayofcostsherein forsalehickmanatPublic I ofJulyI thereabout being County Court J thefollowing I TV Swslk We- st34T3RtK Ksntnifty Or sshtfeUiesMna Ie hcrnado For t the IllWIsty et Hlltttllles boir l1I I r Of Sfltg KfrHl paM fcrjtc Jis4 sisct lilthdottwM7rs prr pallipttpwM tbes- JJJ k- Commissioners v sAlt Purww R1NCt Ruth Ilay Amliuo hereIn by Dr J M her slaialar guarr Iy 11 J AOftIO t and roost IdeM and demon V- IPoffltoa Ix Wdrie By vtrtarc ofa Order if Snle sWFult rendered at the M 1907 in the above 4 ofwlb Inters per cent per anus day ofr 19 costs herein I sbaU j for sale at tbe Court Hlrtman Ky to 11 at Publio Awition of July 1507 at lUl or thereabout being day upon a credit i s following described pIIA certain tract or fl the South But ar tQuarters of SUtiOfltWest of 6 West as I t thereto dated May lonrecorded in D B NocIn Fulton County Co fIIsaid land IIs In Fu M t tucky Or SUfJ lIt I duce the sums of mph 1 In be made For the p I the purchaser with apffIt y or securities musts i bearing legal interest tof sale until paid at s Force and effect 011 m- tBidderspromptly with thou ttr1 JR Zdllret 11 carc- arr1 1r 1rr tc rrtc 1 9t 9I 9a 1r 1r 1r 1 Local Notes I ulltog rapidly t ft7 J t Salmon it sick this u y rSRr ns returned from a 1 eddys ta MMwaents and new- T ur earlier J a vi have a horae com r j r this summer po rng at the Christian eveningtM Broom of itaduoah 1J1I Wrdftoftiay on bull c J W Rfney and 2r Helm were fa Union l 1 1 1Hta and LQU Davis 1 K eesls of Mrs B TC t ire IAtt nt of Fulton f tone ot her mother i 2 2 Hale Three room house rot 6 a monthr thce ip of Ca ae visited t ner Mrs Ottts Clirk a an Swwlay after of near JorI 4it of tMs weekwith k itfontory i cast family also yrM of Jtnesboro C at lie h me of S 5 P v wa have made a deal 4 f 11 pIc t irescoe The work ts being I a nut boat opened the 1 I g M engagement In i hi As usual Bm = ry gd show Iti Warren Ark Is j I i IKS Mr and Mrs oil Roiste rur nurjj r AitoMMog sohool AtII i j aee Mi wife went to t m company with Dr Hickman The latter r 04i oe tomorrow Ful- n UII L a Taylor of Rout JISaM Tuylor visited Mrs Clark In East 1 Uy and attended the H at the Holiness n T Nash of Baltic i ry department WntI for her heme In Hop i a Nash has made a Juiisg her stay in tn was united In mar as Llwlc Metheney p Court House The r r x performed by Rev H- Ii eI ib the young people t 1 lif Pulton County 1 beech Grove the firstc 7atl0JOam Rev t Paris Tenn will morning Dinner at j Preaching at 2 t tf pastor Kverybdy 1 boot last week S LII OP medal breaking 25 week the medal was ten breaking 22 birds I jHiett of Moscow also I theiodds I I e rrakiHg 20- crlebrate I I the Fourth I e a number of our J Aning to take in the I This is as it should be f 1 a gond crowd on each at tons of like nature p to Mayfield to spend mere being planned a t It place See the ad ntucky Fair Assocla- LLAA1aa1UAUAA1uAAAUUA IlI5 i tiSaturday Hot and sultry SundayVery Monday Hot and dry Tuesdayhot Wednesday Storm period Thursday Local rains I Friday J Warmer Jt KIND or IUIOKH kind or wuab1 tad o UfYla 4rva vt jt TKtAL L lUAU KENTUCKY YYtYfYYyy IGood Soda Thats our kind Refreshing Cold well served made from CarIbonated just right Bet Ice Cream too if you like them togetherHELM ELLISON 0Swapping DayJuly filh FultonWhen In need of gasoline come to the Courier Office OCLmedown UnionCttyMrs E Case Is spending several vllttlngrelatlvel MetbenyapentIn the country mornIngorcustomers MRS L P ELLMON Regular services at Graves School nVemerdaughtersMiriam ence Ala Tuetday to visit rela lives Bayouvnie and State Line oerres pottdence arrived Itoe late for puMI tatton this week One day oariler pleaseMrs D W Araberj and whether Mrs leave Monday for Chi theircage future home Dee will jets them later Alfred MoDaMel and wife of I Cloarwater Fta arrived In Hick man this rock and will spud the summer here Rev WlI ODortieley of Wheel TeaR who has been In Caruthers vllle for some time past Is in hick nun this week Rev J L Lucas Is conducting revival meeting at the West Hick man Chapel Preaching every afternoon at J oelook Evening services at S oclock Bntersoas show Hat Is here today Thursday for performance at the river bank tonight This is one of the best on the river clean moral and entertaining Misses Lillian Lynch and Ana- Lee Eller of Bardwell and Miss Ruth Klmbre of Hiokroan are the harming guests of Miss Annie Herndon Fulton Leader At the present rate Hiokman will be well represented at the Sohool of Reform in Lexington As Tom Smith words It we will start a- olony there of Fulton County miscreantsMrs Parham and little daugh ter spent several days in Cairo last week visiting relatives Her little niece Lucille Metheny returned home with her to spend several weeks Arc you still borrowing the Cour ier to see a title piece that Is In it this week Your neighbors are getting tired of It There are some people who want to leeIta little piece that is in it each week FOUNDPink Silk Fascinator Fjound at the Opera House during the Commencement exercises Owner may have same by calling at the Courier office and identifying same and paying for this notice Uncle Charlie McDermott an aged citizen possibly close to 90 years of age died Wednesday and was buried yesterday at the City Cemetery He was a brother of Thos McDermott and came to Hick man from Ireland when a young man The Sunday School of the Union City Methodist Church enjoyed an outing yesterday A special train was sent from Hickman to Union City which brought them to Wood land Mills at which place they ate their dinners and in the afternoon came over to Hickman They were a Jolly bunch and seemed to enjoy themselves immensely Postmaster Jas T Stephens and wife D B Wilson and wife and Misses Elizabeth Wilson and Anna Outten and a party of friends from Jackson will leave on July 4th foran extended pleasure trip They will leave Cairo over the Big Four railroad for Cincinnati thence to Washington City down the Potomac River to Norfolk and the Exposition i to New York by ocean steamer to Albany N Y on the Hudson River to Niagara Falls by rail to Cleve land Ohio on Lake Erie thence back to Cairo by rail u Real Estate Bargains propertylistedproveananyoneThe 4lotsthe lots are four houses two small residences which arc renting at present for 5450 per month each the renter of one of them has been abusinessadjointug I relldenoehlch mootTheI and It youwantbargaininIt Is a urbutban home on the cor citynoground is 165 front feet by 275 feet deep is well fenced has a six room 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 i 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 oily water works connection good garden spot and a nice pasture at premlselTherehouse 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 howta has three rooms and a halt two porches Is papered and painted and in good condition It has a good orchard and out houses Cheap for cash 5700 buys it Ho 5We have for sale a three roots house and two town Ilets in CoMrleys addition for sole ala very low figure Liberal terms to pur chaser satisfactory limit on time purchase J50 gets I- tNo6We have a three room house and 4 lots m Gourleys addl tion cheap and easy terms with satisfactory time purshase S450 No 7We have a three room house in Gourleys addition and 4 town lots cheap and easy terms satisfactory time purchase 50- 0N8Town lots and land in and near Gulfport Miss on which lis guaranty M realttaltan f IS pr lent on Investment within year Easy termsNo 9 a 9 room brick house on town property centrally located 79x99 feet house in good condition out houses orchard 2 cisterns Property well fenced 1750 No 10 House with three rooms porch and hall In East Hickman S8- a monthCOURIER REALTY CO Card of Thanks To those who so faithfully con tributed to the support ot and help ed In the recent revival we wish to thank you We feel that the meet ing was a success White the lady workers did not come the meeting was blessed Bro Hammond preach ed until the most sceptical was compelled to admit the doctrines true He will be with us again in Octob er ft V together with other work ers to renew the battle L W SWANNER Pastor ETHEL MAY NELsoN Secy Christian Church Sunday School 930 a m j preach ing and communion service 1045 sudject How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation Heb 2 J Evening service at 745 subject John the Baptist Prayer meet- Ing every Wednesday evening 7 45 F H VBRNOR Minister Electric Clock C G Sohlenker will have InstallS ed Immediately self winding electric clock connected with the Western Union wires and will give the Washlngtont Observatory time hour ly The clock has arrived and will be installed at once W H Provow was married to Mrs r P Tyler in West Hickman on the 23rd by Rev H C Johnson EggDrinks Very nutritious Have a flavor all their own If you like eggs youll like the drinks Any flavor you want except that of cold storage eggs Ours are fresh every day HELM Jc ELLISON 100000 Suit theFultonWMeldow Fultonfori SSo u00 for alIenation of his wifes punitivedamageslion It will be well remembered that week before last Mr Hawley MrMeadows mldnlgbttrainpre per relations between Mr Hawley and his wife A divorce suit had just been flied in the Fulton Circuit Mr1Meadoled the preacher with having come back to Fulton to assist Mrs Mead OWl in the suit whippedIt ion at Harris Tenn several miles distant and put on the train with in structions never to return He went to the home of his father in Charlotte N C It hat been made bringIng Paducah against Mr Meadows for damages for personal injuries sus tamped In a statement made to the Charlotte N C Chronicle Mr Hawley denies all the allegations made by Mr Meadows and says byMrWaylaid that he was sandbagged upon the back of the neck he relapsing into regllnlag before the train came which he left anykindfrom Fulton The result of these various suits greatdealcountry Leg Cut Off By Train Mr John Hflllard of Woodland Mills was run over by the local freight at Union City Tuesday al- It was leaving Union City for Hick manMr Milliard was leaving Union City also for his home In Woodland and was walking down the tracks in the yards and was between two comingdownother tra u to get out of the wav lIe never noticed the local com ing down the other track and be fore be could get off that track the train caught his foot and cut it off The limb was amputated just above the ankle when it was found that the bone was shivered at that place and It was necessary to make another amputation highe- rEverybody Notice On account of the Fouth of July next week the Courier will go to press a day earlier as a result all advertising mutt be in the office a day earlier than usual The Cour ier employes will not work on the Fourth and as the holiday comes on Thursday our regular press day it will necessitate all copy being in the office by Tuesday afternoon Please remember this and be govern ed accordinglyNotice All persons interested are hereby notified to meet at the Brownsville Cemetery Saturday July 6th at whloh time the grounds will be clean ed Please dont forget the time Committ- eetrvvvvvvvnvvvvvvvvvvvvvvn Courier Want Column AJjtmtkifftmtutOitl OnttOnt Cat lb RW Ul Nun Mo uoJ1 writ nul Htl a mutt ft If Mr Wf toil ttJit mmtl fieDMlfoeM- loannrduuausaa uuatsw FOR SALE CHEAP Two store counters WF Montgomery 47tf FOR RENT House with six rooms in heart of town SIO a month Apply at Courier office Sltf FOR SALE Desirable town and farm property apply to J W Roc ERS or J N ROGERS LOSTA childs black silk coat and tau cap Sunday night between T T Swaynet and A A Fads residence Reward offered Mrs RVT Tyler FORSALESlx months old full blood red Durham Bull i will sell right Party must pay cash A good opportunity for someone For particulars see 11 Limastus or ask at the Courier Office 8 FOR SALE CHEAPA fine piano must be sold quick for cash Has a very sweet tone and beautiful finish Thlsls an exceptional opportunity to have a good instrument in your home Inquire at Courier office52tf Crutchfield We sure had a nice rain Sunday Mrs Kate Matlock went to Fulton SaturdayJ of Moscow was here this week JFinobMrs Luther Elliot Is having a new barn built Little Beacher Grove visited in Fulton this week Miss Pearl Elliot visited at Luth er Elliots Sunday Jesse Cashon is doing some repairing on his home Will Rankin of Martin visited J D Rankin Sunday Jim Page of Lynnville visited Jesse Cashon Sunday M P Maupin returned home from Texas Saturday Mrs Will Gaskin visited at West Slapout Sunday afternoon John Stoni and Ed Erwin of Milan were in Crutchfield Sunday blregularSprlnglSunday Mrs Susie Kimbro and Miss Nel lie Ramer of Moscow t were here this weekMiss Lucy Briant and sister of Atlanta Ca are visiting Mrs Will Little Mrs A G Kimbro and children of HI a man are visiting relatives in Crutchfield Ben BeleW and wife and Willie McClannahan visited at W V Littles Sunday All reported a nice time at the Ice Cream supper given by L D Nichols Saturday W T Gaskins Ernest Love and Sam Fletcher attended the 0 R T ledge in Fulton Saturday A young man near Crutchfield had the misfortune Saturday to get a leg broken by being kicked by a horse Route Five Dolph Hicks was in Hickman SaturdayBob and wife spent Satur day at Union City spendingtheMiss Pearl Cloar of Troy is visiting her brother Harry Cloar A large crowd tram this vicinity attended Childrens day at Samburg SundayC Osburn and family were guests of Mr Shaw at Samburg Sat urdayFrank Stephens of Troy spent Saturday night with the family of Mr Taylor Mrs Beckie Osburn was the guest of Mrs Kate Henderson near Union City last week Vinson Anders and wife of Min nick spent last week with their father Cal Osburn Dorena Mrs McDade returned home last weekGuy Hall was a visitor in lower bottom Sunday James Campbell of Hickman is spndlng a few weeks in this vicinity Mis Alexander and Miss Carmen Crawford spent Saturday night in HickmanWilliam Woods and brother the levee contractors left last week for Birds Point Mr John Bryant purchased a fine gasoline facht last week He paid 150 for it Sidney Stockings attended the Catholic Church services in Hick man Sunday Quarterly Conference will be held at Locust Grove next Sunday by Rev J L Lucas Miss Marietta Fowkes and Druett King were the guests of Mrs J H Pickett of Hickman Sunday Mrs Nannie Lawrence of Blythe vllle Ark Iis in the neighborhood visiting friends and relatives Mrs Byasiec returned home from Cairo Saturday evening She visit ed her daughter Mrs Pickett while thereMr Scott a traveling salesmar of school libraries was in this vicini ty last week Locust Grove district purchased 75 worth of books from him Catholic Church Services High Mass every Sunday morn ing at 10 oclock Vespers and Benediction at 730 p m Mass every morning at 7 oclock REV W P HOOARTT Court tyouse News rodd r err tar a1r QUARTERLY COURT The regular June term of the Fulton County Quarterly Court was in session at the Court House Mon day Not a great deal of business was transacted These cases were disposed of Cue Threlkeld vs C V Owens continued alias summons Chas Higgs vs Sam Bryant dis prejudiceD McThomp son continued alias summons W C Newsom vs Margaret Port er plaintiffW continuedJno vs Mrs Millie King judgment S10 for plaintiff EdgarBranhamNaylor lac Campbell vs Jeff Bram plaintiffNaylor plaintiff tiffW R Bowen vs Caruthers Mc Morris continued Judgment for attachment sustained MargaretPorter plaintiffC son continued alias summons Shaw lac Bettersworth vs Lee Heatherly confessed judgment at tachment sustained order of sale A W Davie vs R H Kirk continuedJ S L Doods Co vt Tom Allen judgment for plaintiff attachment sustained C W Curlin vs Jim Bradberry continued Following are the real estate trans fern that have been recorded at the court house in County Clerk Ropers office since last week S G L Carpenter as Sheriff to Henry Cowgill town lots tax sale Tom Dillon jr as Marshal to Ccwgill town lots tax sale Wm Beard to E C Reeds land 5000 Thos Wadlington to J P Witt town lot in Fulton S720 The following Equity cases have been filed with Circuit Clerk Morris this week Tom RIngo vs Pap Ferrell et at- tft fnrr mrhnl Un fnr to- R H Brasfield vs Lola Brasfield suit for divorce on grounds of lasciviousness and improper conduct Ella Prince vs M A Prince suit for divorce charging cruel and iuhuman treatment and asking for 1500 alimony- B D Thomason vs J W Gorman suit for division of property IThese Ordinary cases have been filedJim Gilbert vs Clarence Bransford et ol suit for 2000 damages charging injuries received by brick shed falling on plaintiff while in employ of defendants W W Meadows vs Rev Frank Hawley suit for 100000 damages i 50000 punitive damages and 50 000 for alienation of wifes affection Mrs Kate Mortis was appointed guardian to Arthur and Nathaniel Morris at the Court House this weekWith D T and Ceo W Creedle sureties R J Bramham Dead Mr R J Bob Bramham who is well known in Hickman died at Bolivar Tenn Tuesday and was buried at Woodland Mills Wednes day Mr Brambanf home was in Union City having been in the grain business at that place for many years He has been in failing health several months and had been at Bolivar some time His death will be learned with re gret by many of our readers who I know him well Have you subscribed for the Courier under the reduced rates now In effect We are putting new names on our list every day as a result of the 75c a year rate The offer holds good until July 15 Our MixologistGreat Youll say so too after he mixes any plain or fancy fountain drink you call for better than you eve tasted it Knows his business You bet What can he do for you HELM ELLISON ABSOLUTELY The Besto I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE d SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 0 3 deliveries It t I LOOgr R n e tc tMeet Your Friends a 4 at LAUDERDALES TONSORIAL IIPARLORS Hot chairs lights and l I 1 or comf- ort4OUtrt ISt I2ichmaa Xy to Jones Cafe 1 b Commissioners Sale fuLTON CIRCUIT COVRT Kr Mrs F B Shaw Plaintiff VItEquity G W Scott Defendant By virtue ot a Judgment and I Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit CourtII rendered at the May Term thereof 1 1907 in the above cause for the sum t of Twelve hundred four Dollars andII fifty cents with Interest at the rate six per cent per annum trom tae I 17th day of May 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House t highestbidder I 1 day of July 1907 at 10 oclock A t CountyCourtthe following described property 10 wit The West 52 acres of the North East Quarter of Section 19T 2R4 West Also 62 acres off the North end of Section 27T2R4West same being one half of theg 124 acre tract of land taken from t 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 I the purchase price the purchaser I with approved security or securities I must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day ot sale until J paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms J R Mllner ComI Commwsioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT KY JJcBondurantPlaintiUI Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Thirteen hundred seventyeight dollars and sixtyfive cents with interest at the rate of six per cent I per annum from the 17th day ofjj 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 M or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit six months the following described property towit t 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 wficient thereof to produce the sums of stoney so ordered to be made For the purchase price the pur chaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bear iag legal interest from the day ofI ale util paid and having the force MM elect of a Judgment Bidders wall be prepared to comply promptly with these terns J R Milner Com I i GooottM at UM Courier Office T T = rTounrrs ornr irr- rGi ryrapt ywyO- ne sure way to get into heaven for a day at least Is to do a kind act to some one who does not like youjj The Bibles in a great many houses are so beautiful and costly that the young folks are not permitted to open them Who does net like a good morn ing that comes from the heart It makes the whole day brighter No matter how coarse the garb of the speaker the true hearty wish is prized higher than the heartless smile of the most aristocratic and social acquaintance I True polltenew is the comer stonet ofsuccess and is one of the most important of human life It consists of frankness pordiality and gentle ness toward our fellow creatures Beautiful in its truth and simplicity j the first that youth should learn and the last that age should forget It is one thing to go about our life work as a sense of stern duty and another to go about it in a way that shall make both ourselves and everybody about us happy To be pleasant is a consumation that lies within the power of every one of us To be great is the achievement of the few There is nothing that sUs so gracefully upon a bright woman as gentleness and pleasantasss The greatest intellect the Lord ever struck from out the eternities is devoid of charm without the gift of affability and sweetness of manner THE SANCTITY OF NODE A man has no right to enter his own door with a cloud upon his brow and a temper in his heart His coming should rejoice his wile and children A woman has no right toe always complaining about little things and showing discontent in a thousand ways and keeping the children in a constant state of alarm for tsar mother will make a fuss about it There should never be a frown at the dinner table or at the morning or evening meal nor should there be that dismal silence that sometimes broodr over the meal and takes away the appetite Food taken in sullen silence will not di goat The bed and board should always be The sleep sill- not be sweet when there are tears upon the pillow We would be afraid to scold a child just before the eyes were closed in sleep The responsibility is greater upon the parent than upon the children If the father is loving and companion able to his boys they will be more apt to stay at home and not wander off into bad company They would not speak of him as the old man They would not be waiting for him to die so they would Inherit his estate If the mother was always entle and kind and reasonable to her girls they would love home too well to make a runaway match or go with unprincipled young men Make Home Happy should be the watch word in every family It is well enough to have the little prayer God Bless Our Home painted or worked on canvas over hanging the mantle but our Creator will not do for us what we can do for ourselves A man without either natural or cultivated civility is the most dis agreeable thing in nature outside of a burdock or a hedgehog but a woman without the gift of a gracious and pleasant manner is like t1 e sight of a blossomless stalk in a garden meant to grow roses ABOUT SUCCESS PJentyofwork with good wages and increasing prosperity are the certain rewards of faithfulness Let any young man start in life with the determination to put the best he has into the discharge of every duty and some of the best things of life will eventually become his own There is still room at the top and odigestior andqfritQ7 a ionicat a nal dlJ1n alcknenotbfn tillII WM this tatthat tint coiwctlr d Dr MM ta hi citation of that now cur popular Gloom lUnwdj Dr ShooD ItMtonUr Oolnf din- to tb ttomach nrrM alon brought that nun tad favor to Or Hboop and hu Uttoratlr WII ou UI orlctnal sad hitW7 flat DrIMIDt lack Uiunc aooonpIUanMoU war vr to M ha For ltoIDadI dltlrua bloatinf blllotunM b brwlh and allow eompUiioo tryUr Hhooi psi rotISMIT rMOGUMM Dr Shoop RestorativeALL My Hair Ran Away Dont have n falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what That would mean thin scMgcly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home J Fasten it tightly to your scalp 1 You can easily do It with Aycrs Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dressing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The bait kind ol a Uatlmonlal i Bi lit ler OYer sixty lIa- taAJh4IC atctrtrsn t irr t- suurtuiuf Scitmv tt rtcTom i faithfulness is one of the essential conditions of ascent Nor can any one succeed at last in any sphere of life without a certain degree of piety in its older and more beautiful sense of habitual reverence toward nature and her laws This is not the teaching of the Christian religion only but equally of all religion and experience of mankind The elements of suc rest are moral mainly and absolute obedience to law is essential to the preservation of a clear head and sound judgment Whoever is not obedient will sooner or later Ana that he has been sowing the rind only to reap a whirlwind which will mar If not wreck his fortunes when he least expects Let every mother remember that however humble her home however monotonous her life If she be patient in well doing her children will be better because she has lived Over her self sacrifce her love her faith and courage they will enter thr promised land that otherwise they might not have reached And not her children only but all with whom she comes in contact wilt be uplift eU and strengthened by her purity ana steadfastness Be Content then to I live each hour each day gathering i up the fragments giving the kind word the loving thought the tender sympathy doing tie homely duties that He nearest as daughter of the King as queen in the royal lute of motherhood knowing that all these things are helping to stake those wbn come after you better because you have lived THERE ARE FEW poor who knew taw 10 take JM el IhriiiMlviM tm majority UMt TMMter it a not Impyrum Ktcan tit lb l xiy GoHtlinr II erblM r teran4 it UII lIIMerM t =wit without Ik IUiiutfM foe E1iIRnunIn union there Is strength is a saYing as old as It U true It doesnt ply to be isolated and solitary It is bad for business and it is ruinous to any healthy growth of life Be neighborly Dont sponge upon helpfulWeThe brotherhood of humanity is a aoble thought to cherish and just as noble to practically live litKIKM t1hadexcl Hold l r all dmler A large crowd assembled in front of the city han to witness the de struction of 40 pint bottles of whiskey confiscated when Deputy Sheriff Leander Robertson arrested Porter Wright colored The bottles were all taken to the middle of Main Street and Officer Robertson after unwraping each one proceeded to empty the bottles A lighted match was applied to the stream of whiskey which burned as if it were oil Fulton Leader- BASEBALL PLAYERS AND FOOT RACERS I dltanes1001reerottrrnu7 tminlugsleight thtyInJHImenlThrornlnlenluaUtb7owwliy DoraSmUhand Ima Moore left Monday morn ing for Knoxville to take a course of study at the Summer School of the South This is one of the best school of its kind in the scuth its large enrollment of two thousand members each summer testifying to this fact SpringsArkrcation I Tiptonvilles Railroad Mr R M Islet was in TIptonvlHe- 4tunlay and upon hit return to Iickmon he told the Courier that he Dyersburg Northern RallrwU- h h ch has been under cowlruetlirt- ar some time had reached the Mr orate limits of Tlntonvllle and oat this week it would be completed nd that Tiptowville willl have a rail dad by the time the Courier Roes to rest We congratulate Tlptonville pon her good fortune and only- wish that the enterprise might be ex roded toHtekmaB neat a matter f fact we newt an outlet m that hrectton as badly as we need anything It would supply fadlides to market the timber irons thotwwnU- off acres of he timbfred lands bo sides the many other advantngos A Well Known Fact Tint no skin dUentt whether front internal ur extcrosl origin GaO lsgg- wdhatand the two Ifllli KGftJltclln- t11nlO and 11U10TUNR they ttffllret Ue J1fWS that caws the dl aa the7- alwaraoure WrthrOfUllllllfI K1yiku Mcd Co St Louis AU Uruggietr yeti it For a itf by IMm e gillfan An oil man has at last been tent to Jail But he was an IrHienemient oil operator who was ngfctMg the Standard said Ute crime for wbteh he was sentenced to throe months in Jail was contempt of a fodoral court He Med an aaWavit m which he alleged that three federal Mtigos Pollock Phillips and McPbersmt wont en a Ashing excursion to Tam pico Mexico in a private car of General Lathrope hood o the lopI doartment of the Santa Ft and M- atURated that on the tripaconooimcy was entered Into between UM judges and tM Standard Oil compmiy Whoa that iwloptAdent oil man gels thro with the federal Judges he wM with that he had never bean bom TIM tact that the ownership of UM Santa Fe and aiaMlanl Oft is prae UoaHv ill Uc sane hands will not mitigateI Mi p=Mllmoa- tCURL BCZ1MA 1TCH1MG HU MORS PIMPXJBI AW CAR BUKCU3C08TS MOTH ING TO TRY KHMIIMMM unM11M uatacep rw rgrelaNlaa OSs l ii Ie- Akltut pat 1 U ak i rtaug rut SUS liar M trSnl ealN ri toeeWf- 1g trsg a ILrMg IM WHO tur ft11alt a Maltka We9II u M- tas PiIi eleeyre aWWrwY t biMk Ilbk r akWkM 4sIit1MrI rflak =red awt rtaMM apia117 It4 see vitrMiM a44 MM Wwt itv+vn MOM ijuJlilnii aM tot petit UTtl W fi aMa i i4 WIIIIII IM nMltHII sun Ite pwwr K n IL 5YMlMNM lair IK Mi ImIE A plan to tMilda WI par factory in Kwtuoky on the cooperative plan was seriously cootWerod at the meetMR of the KsnUwkf Prose Association at XsUH Springs The idea is to supply every paper in Kentucky with Urns reduce the puce nearlyonohalt AKCL1MT ROMK 1 sw ry 1 Ik ra- FI4 =ILiMMNrMlM I r A p MMe reef iwnitI pts tie a I slhllitrf 1 J tat ett 1M titpw =rir+ ar as Increased ulAn fir tgacmcrs KobttlyEducational+ at Winchester after it was tnowH that the average salary now is teN than that paid section hands on rail roads The association dsfllarod in favor of votes for wmen on school questions and adjourned to moet next year in Frankfort Who Whore What When Shaw ll Bettcrsworths Hlokroan the freshest line of greoefles ever brouhgt to town All the time Rural mall carriers are Jubilant over the increase Iin salary which becomes effective JulyI lit After that date carriers on standard routes of 24 miles or more will receive 75 per month an increase of SIS per month over the present pay The carriers are also given an annual vacation pitbesidelyear roodebywill receive morethanA HAPPY MOTHER ebatfortodolldsagc ltefIIIoIltoj 1ifverlhutroubltVfniiiruw will elraii out theM wwrmViir m1ild pleraatwa7 OH 1111 ntwiu t ihlmlaK11Lout CourtHouse StateCollege appllcantl oneforsaid that this was a much harder Inseveral Fourthh of July C Wrath sad Horse Rages f Mayfield KyI JULY 4th 5th 6t11 aIon By Tlio West Kentucky Fair Association Mnti ilrd Ky orhat1 They win punks it their special aim tt gtvc thetEBtttc raees The fair win be enduotcilky tb Hale who thoroughly ep- y plated a half nsRe roilatioN track anti ft it Menout Iud safest track m UK state A pew larfc eDnwtwith A MtUng capacity or 7500- Bosooall pal forenoon of eaok day The KfWMfc 1M aors The AtltolpJina rr a stables They mvM horsemen and trateofii ti riot Nave a large AeU of horses both hawon ntij Jar 4lh 3th and oik We give away aft Mlta Win have special attractioni for Jury 4 J 6Itattoo asllcrssisa awl double paraolwle leap sm attempt CM J1 IAlI1FIRST DAY JOTT 4 lilt aaocTnldng J to S mite iwaU tree lor nil i M nue RnoMsng f furlong dasY arlp aw- 3rtf 1 raecu J la S saUe heats bee 15r op Ut net QtMek nftaM none t to J 4 he Mb nor Ruoainf S furlong tine otii r cM rehMts stakv salve dash fee flnr ultr SBCOMD DAYSkY S IX raceGraves eerily trot or pane 1 to IA I and mcRtual1 i 4 teffovg dash tfoc tor tft W mcoOMcMi tatMet horn 2 to J 4 nI4tJt rainThiuuc Ultlke free Ill xis rfiiMini y Stii raofriltooc 4 In S ask heals free ffcr tlk t TRIAD DAYJAY o lit rawTJWKPIJJ J In S mote bats Ire Itt alp 1 6rlog3nl w 4 fcrioor bails 4th race Pact J to i aHe heats ftce3RSib raoe MatitdtoUsrors Stake free far ai ltfSie duo Five N Ml aid throe to start l6 fit aUT dal4thrftot s j toea I moneys 75 and IS The AMoataMo ZMI f rVreoe flwjr lIeM Mora SMMC It nm Wits Kswiticry FAIR Aftcor W L 11 to s V rID ps fvch 1tSIr jn CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Tlmt wo offor to depositors Uti luaomantB aro of sooondnry imjHrt Gpon IlIiIf Guarantee we Solid your IudnJllog J A THOMISN a 11 nUUIiIANAN PtoalduntDrREoToLE s- U tLElIIIIr J J I IIIIYIIIIitt1T I 11I T IUIU J ti It N IiSMit fir Jf t tltilr0 T A tIuyuiti 4444 aAAJAat 1 Will build you A HOMEON 10AHY MONTHLY IA Ii 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 mairu r tlhardware13are right You be the judge I call and see VV A DCDDS theRoora localoptionKentucky in state seloctedofLoulavlUeforgovernorplatlollrwithout J H Puryear of wasIn W Harry Wilson Sf son near State Lit c ally shot one day the p nc last week his rId cr rdboyst the barn shooting rats a fJI when the gun a U f discharged thr bat = t right cheek and lodGIJJright ear- Telephon c No 48 twr AU