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I c it- tkman Y tAiIik I II 1 H 7t A x r I 9r 9r rr 4 THE HIeNMAN eouRIERTrim that Pulls the CemmncM Wup the Hlitct SuMm The Curler h Spkl Good Team Crease the fixln at Your Wagon Old Man Mnd Lift Hitch Up I JKO 4 NNNNV WyNVnitI ITiI tnr QLK JTDOn HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 5 1907 xo miAI11Irr u IRON BEDS nrrr nt till tunes n oomplolu lino of tiriiJi SpringacotoSewingtun fmining n HjMJOiulty Gomplolo Jim Kumnl Burtul Hobos Iloargo furnlsliorl I 1tt41 W F MONTGOMERY u Ute safL July 1000 pi wo oxUomoiy trial tLt rOcIt- proreNIINt hl eif Ile VMMMlc bf the 11 QM090 1aaaota rrcHtt the ausplc 4 IK epj to general Iii oat Travesti I kiwi iM WII i ybfwith a ptalo- Mr Iatssplog theMI f iu MM water mams r our M same hvuir- Kdwnnls Case was wr v wiat crop was f ru tiled at Dorena 1 r the ifampion mod o in ImJtaMpoHs lad r WM Matt at Mengel L tty MmRtal1 Society rei urn lodge Natfoh Joined her man alter a journey MargotN Syria Kb Prance and aortss tea Sea r pain tree To hew pennysTablets wan you free a Trial al Dr Sheeps Head Neuralgia Head f Period pains etc to blood congestion idache Tablets simp Iaxlag away the un rnure That Is all JrtOp Raolne Ws Ifs V task is before Mark r I funk of a man trying mor Into an English RTRIP- e tIt I mr 19 oWf Iu r nmnsuiiwr VultllJ li rlMtiit t e f1iUlahL JKJU Qr llla Pflriti41tt prtI it Moir Aqua ooIralvu ar lullllr- l KtWl duiI Writ fur a uI1Mh1 IA XaAHUUUy t ambllngCTennessee Kentucky 0x state to rail In line gainst the iniquity Corning July 8th W Jt Markles fomoM Hientiot IvMy 1eeIIU a In Hktiman Monday July 8 a log that nighr ui k Three a Damie sisters LaPage tOra the King sisters are among the role of actresses Since Markies show has neverI disappointed the people of Htak man It geos wtUiout saying that he win get a good orowd A Sad Accident- A sad accident occurred at At wood tour mAos south wosl of TroMvant Tsan Saturday morning when Walter H RcbcJprOil messenger on the N C Su L railway accidentally shot and instantly killed Tom Peeler a cousin of lIon John T Peeler of Hunting don Mr Roaoh was at home on his annual vacation and he and hisr sister were practicing on a target with a ane Winchester rile whoa a bullet glanced the target striking Peeler who was working in his tomato patch a distance of ITS yards the bullet entering Peelers back penetrating his heart and hen died in a short while Deceased was about 40 years old and leaves a wife and two small children Roach and his sister they did not know Peeler was in his patch also that they wore not shooting iin that direction Roach runs from Nashville to Hickroan and Iis well known to the citizens of our city He Iis a splen did fellow and we regret to learn of this unfortunate affair In The fourth EstateII Elm Camp No 3 W 0 W re ceived fourteen handsome uniforms weekTheaihCCLYII too This reminds us that the W O W Is rapidly Increasing in mem j bership which Is jlusliy merited ++ i Many a wtmfifl avoragM thingsI up by ftgurtag that her SIIi bonneij and her husbands SI Hd average SIJ sob i I White watching a horse tetheredI I by a slender cord which his rausold owed easily break one wonders why he sobmiti The horse wouldil= probably stay held by the faitonlags until he starved to death M the midst of plenty He endures the tether lMcae he k unconscious of any range beyond its limit Thereji art thousands of yog teen II the world who serer yet discovered lheMeivos tiiieoiMoio s of the limitq knowing not Ute power that Is ttnj j then They stand quietly held by rrwecork poUr raft sentiment or ewheM Mwwhirr K they owl bot exert the j Ifj dormant profs that are te them they oonM mote Ute worM Wky should A woman who es f- lUke her own ttoing marry a man who cairt tike It for hcrlII ++ j Elsewhere IIn tMs Issue we prInt the names of people who appreciate The Courier and who demonstrate their appreciation In a mercenary manner Those are the icfedof pc we IftccIbe kind everybody liitrs fotin who pay as they go or dont go A little later we will print the namos of a row people who apI preciate The Courier but never come around There were 1538000000 worth Jf whiskey wines beer tea and coffee drunk In the year 1905 S1dand tea and coffee at 25 cents per gallon there would be 1903500 000 gallons or enough if all run together to make a stream 5 feet tlMp 10 feet wide and 378 mile font with enough trouble at its shirk to drink a little over a mile a day This is for America alone Think of the great host of drinkers It takes to consume this Intoxtoattng stream of mixtures that steadily I jpars from the distilleries of this i country M The new courthouse steps have Hen completed There are lest stops to be taken now than on the old ones In reaching the top of tbe hill but some folks figure that Iit requires Just as much energy to get b- there Mr A S Rosedale informs us that to jhe sustained a fractured rib in theti accident in West Hlokman la stand week We announced that he was seriously hurt that being the InII formation we received of While the corn IIs later this season tthan for a quarter of a century FulI ton county farmers tell us that the prospect fur a good crop is very to promising Even some corn is yet to be planted in the river bottoms Backward seasons are generally backward all the way through and frost may be delayed to ripen the Ilatest crop Carrying into effect the provisions of the legislative act of the last session of the General Assembly making appropriation for furthering the forestry Interests of the State and securing a desirable class of Immigrants to meet the lenwnd for infra labor State Agricultural Com mlnioner Hubert Vreeland and State Woodrordfrom the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration have Centered into a contract with the National Department Fort Service F At Washington for a forest survey of Kentucky They hove alto con tracted with Charles G Mutzenberg 1of Louisville a former resident of Berne Switzerland to visit that country and bring to Kentucky as many immigrants as reports to the b State Department hero Indicate alie provided for in different sections of the State +F The darkest hour Is when you can jjtnd Ute electriclight ballon rThe umbrella trtjol It the kltCltt lotopus to be unearthed with hoed muters in PntUddpMt The gov imment hopos to be able t handle t Ii the meantime rxoitemont Is I Dlgbtttacrl iprellas +In this issue of the Courier sir 11oII be found stttements of the two banks ypeewe say e is no safer or reeve cmnservatrve 1In stlWtlon in the state Good menI at the head of them tbatg the secret of their suooess When a young lady has a oold heart a young man should gfas her absent treatment for ItII M A crank tbroalens an Eastern weather prophet with a bomb Rash man Dont you know that If you t carry out your toll purpose there I will be no more weather This weeks Auxiliary a journal I for newspaper men show that there are more newspaper ottoes for sale I today than was ever known before in the history of this country This I is a sad commentary on the prosper J ity of the thousands of men en gaged in this profession Not 1 have the necessities of the news j paper office doubled in price without any corresponding increase in ad vertising and subscription rates butt II- a few knotheaded surfeited poll ticians have woven a web of tars iin the postal and civil which are mere thtotlles on a free press the average country newspaper has contend with more or lets subscrip del1dbeatswho always read a never paywho arc robbing ii- of itrwhat might be a legitimate proflt the business HIakman has are r these deadbeats and so has every town In a few years the rising j generation of many towns will look with Interest upon the genus homo called an editor and listen intently the stories told by their fathers of the days when their town could boast of a nwpaperrM A Boston girl Iis so molest she wont wear laced shoes because they have eyes for the laces CountylliA NM 11111 You Cant Depend Absolutely Upon Your Memory The chances are that four or five months after you thatmeyoup you could remember about It i but nine out of every down bills you pay you forget about in six months Some you could not recall after six weeks Pay all bills by eheokAle your checks Six years afterward you can turn to the checks if necessary and produce in disputable evidence for every bill paid V We will be pleased to explain other advantages of the checking account to you HICKMAN BANKmIOnMAN JrY BoxICompanys plant ronvinced us that the happiest men in Htekman work there Not by reason of the tact wentmen wile believe in the golden rule sad practice Itbut because banal Theytare not with uncertainty nor ill gottea spoils the weight of pseudo pride door not boar down up pretensionebeing more than they are but are all that they pretend to be Most of them lead tht simple life and from the bumble sequestered homes the passerby may hear songs real happiness and expressions of oythe lack of which makes many a glided mansion a more abode for mortals who have never tasted the tweelnosc of living Have you subscribed for the Courier wader the reduced rates now In effect We are putting new names on our list ivory day as a result of the 7o aycar rote The offer hold good until July JS II If the duty comes I than not decline Itu says Secretary Taft oCII the Presidential nomination In the mean time he has pone to meet it eo Kentucky Baptists contributed large sums of money during the past year to the various missions and miscellany The total amount of missions resolved at the home office in Louisville from May 1 1906 to May 1 1907 6391334 The amount received at Rt oh mood last year was 1195397 Resolved from the convention at Atlanta S5 67082 ranking a grand total of missions received In Kentucky dur ing the year of 8061603 this shows an increase of 1942551 The Mississippi Rivet Commission finished its session Wednesday hay ing spent three days in deliberating over the matter of apportionment of fund of 1260000 available for improvement to the various districts and sections of the river between the mouth of the Ohio River and the Jetties The commission prepared its recommendations and they will be sent to the War Depart ment at Washington D C for approval The new dredge B M Harrod that was built at Grafton III for the Mississippi River Com will pass down in a few days on the way to Memphis M Some people are good only because they havent been found out WE MAINTAIN that no man is too poor to take his home paper and pay for it if he is hes not getting whats coming to him Are YOU taking your county paper If you are a citizen of Fulton county The Hickman Courier is your county paper and has been since 1859 A thousand people in this county will tell you it is the best paper in Western Kentucky As a speciAl inducement to this pAper in every home we will offer to new subscribers and old ones paying in advance until July 15 1907 a years subscription to the Courier including our clubbing offers with any city paper you may choosefor ONLY L rs c IA rpow o 1tflW 1111 I Ti s Official Ppr of WHOM claim only Then put Barbecue July 20 The Farmers Union will give a big barbecue and picnic at Graves school house two miles south of Hickman on July 20th A good string band will furnish music for dancing The management G R Caldwell Chas Hlggs and J A Latttts promise their visitors a good time Every body Invtled Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no 48 Be brave I True the scorontng rays fall hot on your alreadytbl acre ed face but somewhere the coonng winds will softly fan your feverish brow Youll sometime come to cloudless skies Are your dear arms empty and your disappointed heart so dead and oold 1 Do strong I True the icy winds carry the frost and chill but somewhere there is a heat that wilt be true and he waits to pillow his head Hour shoulder Sometime you will begin anew lifes long sweet dream of love Be brave and strong True the ocean winds have lashed the waves into the wild est furytrot as certain as the clouds same they hall drift away and your barque will reach the open sea The Florshcim Oxford embodies the greatest possible shoe value Modeled on absolutely scientific lines you never have to break in I a Florshcim It gives genuine comfort from the start Most styles are 500 ExduuTt Agcau SmiTH mBERG IlL 175c =1 f C L1 i THE HICKMAN COURIER Ontrt Wynn Xmtac i W W XW HTBE1LE WOBPEEB JO SEXTOS tiltfa ui Irprltr z ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR w CASH IN ADVANCEI Hutered at the IltokHMH Kcntnekt KMtaOTe M M MM t etoiw ulan mutter Friday July 5th 1907 11 ocaLNot Gasoline at the Courier office Miss Hattic Carpenter loft for Fulton Wednesday Hlokman buriness houses were closed en the Fborth lie omen supper at UK kind ball next Thursday evening Mrs L L King was ki IMen City several days test week Mrs D Amberg and mother Mrs Riley left Tuesday for CM cage Htckmaa teat a good crowd te Mayfield to the Bmrlh el Jey oete bratton F H Verner wet to Dyer Teaa Tuesday te attend a meeting hi progress there Dr J M Habbard and wife will leave next Monday for Taaspa Fa for a short visit An optimist is a person who Is looked upon as a berrtWe example by the pessimist The mere patience a woman lets with her cMUraa the UK she has with their father Mrs Mlttte nc it visittaf her mother Mrs Henrietta Tarn m Union City this week E C Rice Is In Woodhod Milk attending the bedside of Ids aether who IIs dangerously til An easy way to make money Is to buy stocks when they are low and sell them when they are high Mrs Val Carpenter had the mis fortune to stick a rusty snit hi her prOf Mrs C G Sohlenkerwill leave next week for Baton and Cincinnati Ohio where she wBl pond the re mainder of the emmer The Daughters of the Confederacy will give an Ice cream supper at the band practice hail en the evening of Thursday July llth Every body InvitedThe Hickman ball team was de feated Tuesday by a score of 9 and 8 The boys were practicing forI the fourth with some of the older ball players in Hickman Miss Lillie Holland the trimmer at E C Rice Gos store left Wednesday for Mayfield where she willvisit a short time before returning to her home in Maben Miss Dr J R Luten and wife returned this morning from Chicago They imprevingreturn to his home In Hickman in a few days Fulton Leader A barn on the Val Carpenter place in the lower bottoms burned Mon day being struck by lightning A horse was killed by the lightning one burned to death and a quantity of bay and corn burned belonging to Mr Morrow The Court of Appeals Monday affirmed Judgment of the Clark circuit court awarding Mrs Aubrelia Marcum widow of James Marcum damages in the sum of 8000 against James Hargis and Edward Callahan of Breathitt county on the ground that they had caused the assassina lion of her husband Mrs E A Champion aged 85 died at Fulton Sunday after a long illness She had resided in Fulton for more than eighteen years and was one of the most highly respect ed citizens in the town She is sur vived by four children Mrs W W Brady Miss Dora Champion and KIN Della Champion of Fulton and Byron Champion of Dexter Ho She was the mother of the late S A Champion one of the snoot highly esteemed members ot the NssaviUe bar I u un Court tyouse News rudd I er att Nrrri Following are the real estate transfers that have been recorded in the office of the County Clerk Roper since our last report Brama Godwin to W T Hattown lot In Fulton SUOD W T Barton to Levi Campbell 18 acres oi land In naper bfttlome 3000Jno H Risgi sad jr to Imrna Stahr town iota m flicks S1f00 Jno Ring wood Ir to Jhnma Stahr tows lots m Hiefema 11600- 1st National Bunk of Fulton to J A Mllner lots InFultoql 4000 S B Oliver to Jno Varden land 3690 Look Here Hickmnn Mer chants At Hopkinsville last fall there were several Arms which were moo- rprated under the State tows of Kon lucky that were not using the word Incorporated on their advertisements sad aU Miter in proximity to their premises The Cemmonwonlths Attorney took the matter up sad IIndicted these trIM for violation of the law At that time the Coutkr printed the Statutes governing toe OIK and warned the Rieknwn mer chants It has boa decided by the Court of Appeals that the abbtevia tllmulna will net suMec bet the wrd roust be spelled oat in tall Last week suit was bronf hi by the- Cooimoawealths Attorney at lisp- khsivile la lYe eases en acowmt of the word sot betas spelled In fa8- The week preview at the same- place five suits wore Inititatod gotoetthe Cumberland ToeCo on the same charge and the salts settled by the company paying 100 in sac stale and dwrnttiinf the others As a word of waiamg we ring this matter to the attention of the Hlokman merchants who art hv rperated We agars print the tatetes bearing on the ease See S16ery corporation organised ulcer the laws of the State shall la a conspieueus place on Us pried pal place or places of beeiaees m letters sumcientiy large to be easily read have painted or printed Ute corporate name of such corporation maodtaleiy under the same in like tanner shall be painted or printed the word Incorporated And Ira edlatelv under the name of sash corporation upon all printed or ad vertising matter used by such oar potation except railroad companlos banks trust companies insurance companies and building and lean as sociations shall appear in letters sufficiently large to be easily read the word Incorporated Any corporation which shall fail or refute to comply with the previsions of this section shall be subject to a fine of not less then one hundred dollars and net more than lye hundred dollars Shy One Bull Fined 200 The Manager who weld AdvertIse his 40 mltuUoU count em In MM leo and then put on his show with beut ton men nil told would not ea cape an easily as he does la the Mates IcoauBO the number of bulls pro duoed for a bull fight In Mentorer the oUter Sunder were one start of the advertised soaker tho manager wu lined UOO by the municipal au horltltts The Inevitable You dont want te Ire sailed old test ta coming It baa eorao with every body else who baa lived long sough and Its coming with you So kwp en smiling and If youre eating three moats a day and setting round on yew tout thero ought not to be any rout cause for complaint Let tho crown of years be A fragrant reathMancho tor N H Union Why Wood Warps An export has advanced a new theory to explain why the most care fully kllndrlod wood sometimes warps Mo nays that when tho sap In dried out various furutgH iubslnncei remain in the wood and thoso abiorl moisture and swell and thus cause warping Persuasion Better Than Force We ought to lead our child to the right iath not by severity but by iriuatlon Monantlar Style Is Antique A fashion magazine says that peek a boo waists are not of modern Invon Uon and having heard of Mrs Eve Adams flclcaf gown wo are compelled to afircu Philadelphia Telegraph Quarterly Report MeeyhatjtfIi1clb a Juno tttH- H80UIKIH8 toend djts 1 r- I nI WI I mI1 aimkn 81 rUlwStonUM I IHI 1Ma 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of hwn n MnoV nosOs her wedding day a young widow always wonders hew rneny sloe wit commit suMde on her acoowtt Many a man has lost his menial balance by attempting te entertain two or more Ideas at the same time A two year old child at Birmmg bas Ala died as a result of wok big a sponge that hnu come in con tact with ly paper The farMer who does his HIt always does most to Hftup his country stale and community The roots of good government are deep down among the good farmers of the moustry Extensive tests in read making will be conducted by the Government In and around Bowling Green during the summer all sorts of material be- Ing used as guides for work in all parts of the country Give a fellow a dipper of water and he will drink out of the side where you didnt Give him a bottle and he dont care where you have mouthed it He sticks it in his mouth and drinks like a drain pipe Twenty years hence the boys of today in Hiokman will be men they will be doctors and drunkards lawyers and liars ministers and mur derers i and so on down the line Parents do you know where your boy is tonight and for which class he is training Bible School at the Christian Church Sunday morning at 945 regular preaching and oommunion service at 1045 subject the Great Need of Christian Union Evening service at 7 45 subject The True Basis of Christain Union At the morning service an offering will be taken for Missions Prayer meet Ing Wednesday evening at 745 Frank H Vernor Minister Our Roll of Honor Following is a list ef the geed people have handed us a dollar en ubecripiten during the month If jane Insuring another years hap ptneet Sam Salmon Hlckman H LlullCuII G F XoItH C Underdale Chat Wilson eel Seth hwletIIPrsy f IioerJ L mIISd AdltMa Wta RHUMB II C 0 feMeeVw A a CAnatMcsto Charlie Oeelleto RMiifttftJ It stead e u TralWtsto T 9 Restons Mrs JMhh 10 aleIIT T SItI 1 1111IIII Moore S X DavWe NtH DtesileMs Dr JldRhtIIAO1islbrn II L F Oaablsyt Kathan Tally G W Maulieut CH ltt=LA hookN LJtKkt m tm Wilow Miss Ulle Psrtmi s It j B l1crtAlfred McDontel j M Tnefcofdey l7ecnt A A TwocM llRst lfeie wW A Campbell Mean Mis Mutate fcreroU Iteet1 Miss Lens Wright Cause K ar Sbmral- lol tUi lte 1l idaliit NM 0 Whtfrey Uxtalmi ISaulItS +se uCIa John Plant jooojoojfl P Tensi H S Dreary Hwie One Mrs P XetmrsJ W WaIIMies jeiete mete butt Twi Freak Bttnett W It WIIJim 4 Jas Suqpr- It Thane bears L Battew Ittii Mr- L L Ilkoe AM If May they bve w be a tissmed yenn oM T Arrested Crap Shooters Dopatjr Sheriff Ga aer Jaftaosa tegelber with Sam Late Joe Bal lard and Sid Hsmbjr mack a red 8aterd y sight oa the atria ctsta sbenter lit the levee camp below town awl landed tea of them m Jail After the poeee surprised sad arrested as many as they ooeld sad started hack to Hkfeman m their oat they wore toed apes him arabufc along the river boat sad thirteen oat ef the fanatics hi tW beat received some of the charge from the shot mess mad ronly the shot wire small aid noae of the oakers or arisoaers were sadism ly hart Johaeaa says he will mob an attempt to bring time to hNtttoe who did Ute shooting A New Route Emulating Cleopatra Mrs ROM Bloem saU to be a member of a prominent Paducah family grasped a alSowlfleItinto her flesh She is dym her loItOIlI several days ago with a man and registered as his wife Mr Bloom has boa missing for several days and when doctors called to attend Mrs Bloom they found a live reptile in her room She ex plained that she did not care to live longer and that she had driven in the country for the purpose of seoul Ing the Spreading Adder a va tidy of snake hereabouts whose bite ts considered fatal The unfortunate woman had placed the snake In her corsage Easy hlstoiy Once the world was Adams I then it beaime the property of Alexander who sighed be cause he couldnt get still another MonteOslos toJohn Negro Wanted Deputies J S Vaughn and S N Oewua were m Hiokman Tuesday ntfht wotcinc for a Lake county Tee aegre wtlt clipped ep a white man with a heavy hoe and left him for deed The mjered man k Frank Oabswa caaetsMe in Lake aaemt Ntldbg0vo sulks MM Tip toawWe It seems that the negro let lime worked far Ostsstn and wfMft Oaten esHo4 but Tvostfa top to wit the negto bw aiyy itad attached bast wlll a M tohtig tttpUaa wneis- sheet the head and tkewttftg he had meKlMBBJlIt k tboefM the lat fre ie m this- vldnNy A fojMOjfu is slimed for isle sestet soleTobacco Information There arts 10tX e tafeaaat lllrtis m UM Units States TIM RtsOit flsVAs sk YaA nil ttsalia y t 11iism woe MIabMbdd by the Met Uapdess M 111 Fsaojat pjtfs T sAauai shtf hoop ottf fit esM en Us else widh nasMsAf lo 1111a year I Mew Toot Chr Mneteee abut 300 0s importosl eiprt a elaj the prices ramfmf fam 10 ep to to cease lisp eiglttyAve per cesrt of the tllglwt meaelsoterxl m the United Maws sea sold at retail for i coste- she eejatoves of the French Rap m the Tobacco saetoftos are tea same Ii OSM mart the former get lla fsm M to U osMs aid the utter from SI JO to SIas a day The greater part of the Tabnaas sand m France ht atowo M that ousts Taete aN SeOOO 11111 atantefs m Praise wlm cattiest 4t ClIO aeas There are tea saUUaa ftve hundred taousaad sans nester aatttVaHoii II peodu0i doe wttsrlds wprIyesi tobat- ra It is oayssated that abut SJOfl 000001 atwealiy it eixfemiod for Tclaaoe Is It ywhen iaoas m the United States Oidfanofsil bled InoitHling Stofiet llw Yorkert coaMime 1000000 a day the weekly Cigar bill staanaiiag lo 300000 or nearly lo000000 a year Uthc sirfteef Cigar makers In Havaaa conrfnaos a few woks longer there will be a famine m Havana Cigars The Preach Govemmoat pensions the employes of its TMIacter ies after twentytoe years service Ute men receiving a pension of sil1S and the women one of 17 a year Praise consume Annually 800 000000 Ofsrsttos A mathema lids cotelntM that this number of dgnrettes If plastid end to end would reach around the world 500 times Mist of the popular Havana Ci Wars especially these of the dark color are about exhausted as the Havana Cigar manufacturers gen orally do net marry any appreciable stock of Cigars Special Judge J E Robbins of Mayfield has called a special ses slon of Groult atGeorgetowncounty to try the case against Caleb Powers for taking part in the mur der of Gov Wm Goebel and all attorneys in the case have been nouns ed to appear July 26th Tim Packard wUo a Ira i aisnaturalllhoes of turbot Iteb ft Qtn1t11 dopree of romhrt Cw IlionI 4everyj SIJd 110 400s1eortt MlPCURDCOMiltft Ivxtsd sw aeBRADLEY PARHAM The ShirtWaui Suit There were t toI la the seasea tit0 tuft wish not t 4rfiLI writes tlrase M Womans Ooawi i tTBvery one WI nivofial sane o uKyPl J ami the shirttag e J t4- asze o leg ttNtJt dOHWDNMMll OC asaiii thI 1 its had IeCperhaps thats win v v are so arlgmsdat t i r tcaseVno Jell wr 10 MeAU fore Ur row vY w tutting aaitru sited gtnfiiani s- acsM high liver L I r0 lull Other mater 4 a ate steels 7- M9i IOdCII mi utrtaMl aid cb The att three KmVmj site wi s c the alts The = rerytblig i the everything tbd1 rX Real Estate for Sale Here are some snaps and all will pay big in terest on the in vestment 100Acre Farm IDthe bottom below Hickmia 200 Acres Fine Land in bottom below IIlicknun Two Desirable Rciidencti on the hill One House and Four U in East Hickman House and Lot in yut Hickman well located 15 Houses and Lots ai West Hickmnn WB sell one or all and n pay ing proposition About 50 Lots inW Hickman It will pay big to build on these tto rent Illokillafi a80 IlllI WS ELLISON Mgr I I i frrrrrrrrvvavsrta+ 1Jj News Notes t wakaaaaaaAaAA11AA1111A1uly j t i WaRt Column Realty OBS bar I rIs oe MshOC mutt tae a i tc man See It Oeal Co heir Ml Ybetf11 I e14g OHfullyUurofM trial he I mmanffiit vepaNtt oake of I or early W9 pounds I IveIr t Otoltfl Andrew ahoy sad mstantl waloltsolored t rom CtfMtM wtta ig tor tta JMlr ti16ht be ctme Ihle v Iot been cop used lutts Jotistriy of a i EvawsvWe tad inajlwr of fadfeaa he l lilt of Jtwt le MiM ftttt it- jSee a J la and M llkiwMil people j a IMrc tsoupl uieed felt w pub A a that Ond Cmu U teed the rtfo- rnr t oa Wedfteeday tact aMut ptkndg n WM wu ttanglH i Tfakfldar lit a r re W wet t prbM oi Mrs Dr Horace r Cally llSStrSJJfOd y SUMM Illgltl taut UI Hiekman at the nome Die surly Monday WJeII Ute ti rotaUy kAroyad k- r ch Ml eXMtt thai It- l ry to retail it hn there was baldly coustry ItMdt Mile lkd1 about fcy Ute n cOMty tat gHdI sbould and VMM bet mer tim palls IfrII bead INK Ulfe of most rytWItg else t lbe loud rsds a I ulster Wits II- IIthe pwftr TMy one ts build clot oe roMk are dry adne wiM jr repair atAh or nay Mteer IDs you or be Mont MISt v If the rural Uttrtoto an of tta I sp s- 4t M has pubtitft cd columns of taapr 1 1130 CBliiMMi dttoj work and UM data ass of the eprimuaIty red wbktkay ail rl- utot of SJOM ami really oMMNliii and Ie liquor oteminti I f and law Urrakcra dterC all this remains ta Mioitoii j 0 + Itboe4 lstlbpraNs Wild send tbolr work to J rven cable It acmw t re tbwpld givp It- was ever thus We bllpkransl ourier for not kntok thanatllje Yell fellows do I15 nil on boxltds and II lali ncry printed In c I Iwwherc or a rubber tabletIIr 4 that they need but vnc ourselves liable to i send it through the t rapnn ortfriaitia can luko theh UontH u with tutolngo ills II i Mfelr bo assorted m the Mhoali tondi4 thetryI t 1 t reRctta W flier tmtmtcr 51 for H C adertaker Night phone t4r 14 r I Want to Sell or Rentt Real Estate The Couriers Real Estate De partment is a winner Will either sell or rent your prop= erty If we dont matte a dealI I it costs you nothing if we do I it costs you very little If we cant sell or rent it for you it cant be done so there you are Give Us a Trial We Get Results Call at the Courier Office Luzelle Items Mn L R Perry spent Uooda inHfekmao Mr Coop BrMUknw WM Is EkkJ- NAAf JlweViMWjr MX Sam BatieWn of Losvtle tas mtxed drrn nettr Mabel We had aMM prayer sMIg at W G tarya ear nigtt reM Italfter WM M HMtaaan Monday awsdbg Ceamy crt Mr James Patterson k spendiaj a tow days m Uiekman this wiltk Urs Carrie Halloos apsM tta day n dayrtrilk Mn LeUa Perry Tta Lnaelle postios ks MIa tlorod frost Mr Leechs plus to W G Perry srasedeMe I W aril W U Perry wwe hi RkAtmaa yootonlay attemisnf Cty Cart Mr ant Mm WIIUiNi llNaila- gtldtd Wr Seat Raddsa lust 5- day Is WI sow Itdiss- Mrsj Dills Straw and Utah Magi Rte Perry Wted in Sycamore CkaN ol nelhtartaod lunday Rev J P Aires who tas been M the sick list a tons UMC with the dropsy Is aWe to be np again I C Perry of LuMlle to vtoit lag Ms fmnd pnnenu Mr and Mrs I S Allison at Dade this wgk1 It We art kavtog a nice Sunday School at the Sassafras Ridge school house very Sunday evening at 2 poteok Mrs Georgia Badger wife of the t Help the Horse Ne aittde le met uwful abul the tiaM Ua Ilea A k niMM rot aitfl oa the Walt brie v u hoOk vr ii win help the horn eat UtDf beloW home quUktr MICA AXLE GREASE wen twit btllrr thai a oihrr rrrax ioati the aleM nh a lttdmoot w Las r ur ww ltril mica will h rrJurct I I tiKlioo At I e ajr tor 1ia altlcaAxlcutcalc n late A L Badger is raying Ity setae corn list week wnlen locks good Isms Mr OisM Downing and Mr Loa nie Aittson of Lake Ctanty vlsiud W G Perry last wk They re pun cry 0Md caps Ito oU Lake Csnnty as weal- Ma Henry of HMkrmn is Sfsndin a lew days with her sos mkw and daughter Mr and Mrs Iota Arfler of LnteMe Tom says Mo onUon to m e ta will ta sure to tave UOSMM by the ask of August Wt tad a fee rain Mosdaywhicb as gristly needed as some ofus Me Mi tiwswgh planting corn The ajM water Inns Mood on some of our land and the grannd tad gotten so hard we auld not plant until we had a dud rids There WAS a big ervwd weal Ash tee last week and caught lots of M and west to Mr Coop Brad taws at noonlime His charming wtfo set us down to a nice repast of good old country ham that a fisher man oan enjoy We all had a nice time sad a good duster misty the Ask Eczema and Pimples are quickly and innAnenlly cured by 1IJ n clean Uqlthl for external toe KRMO draws the prins to the furfaco of UM skin and dwtrovfl them leaving a nke clear healthy skin Wrlto K W ROM MM Co fit Louis Mu for eamplo All DniRRlita veil SCEMO Nor 1116 by Helm C KlHton Given University Chair Dr D Y Thomas a former member of the faculty of Hendrix College who has been with the Uni versity of Florida for the past year I elecIand political science at University of Arkansas Prof and Mrs Thomas are spending tae summer in Conway and will leave for Fnyetteville about i September 1 Conway Ark Democrat Dr Thomas was raised near this iity where he has many friends and relatives The Courier is glad to se this honor conferred upon him and feel that it is justly merited H C Barrett the undertaker is with the Farmers Hardware CouII pany Incorporated the hou quality For Sale Good chestnut sorrel horse weighs about 1100 pounds tis active and healthy also goad set of harness and a double seated canopy top fur ry light weight intended for ooe horse if necessary Reasons for soiling owner leaving the country A bargain Investigate at once Will sell horse buggy and harness for 5Ia00 Apply at Courier Once While at work repairing a viaduct on Lake street in taIlOR a place ol bridge timber 9x14x25 fell ao W M Scopes legs breaking them bath below the knees He IIJ carried to the hospital at Pa- ducarI win mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Snoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kid nays Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidney arc merely symp toms of a deeper ailment Don make the common orror ol treating symptoms only Symptom treat must is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the mettle nerves meant Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kidney as wellt have their controlling or Ise nerves Weaken those nerves and you inevitably have weak vitalt organs Here is where Dr Shoofl c Restorative has made its fame N other remedy ever claims to treator the inside nerves Also for bloating bllliousness bad breath or co RestorativWrite e Book Dr Shoop Racine Wit The Restorative is sold by all dealers John Meacham of Hickman Hardware Co left Saturday night f i Scooba Miss where he will visit his parents for two weeks RUu 1JNGO n vura7rat MAK i M WATKM GO STDMA no rho b tai o 10ia 4s attngkhe- lu dI ii n rr aetlt- l l kale Ow hen ft W e Ir acMv 00 Cilta Iturnailsin fJIDIL W r a i ei o In IM l u salt TUi iA4t rVEl ICINE CO Pnl1ti Venn How Shoes Arc Made I Fifty years ago the farmers ot New Rolland made their own shoes but elute the introduction of machinery the home made article has vanished A factory employs on an average two hundrod tle three hundred poplr who crest turn out two thou snd to twentyfive hundred pairs cf hues a day No single operator snakes a complete shoe One CUllii out the soles another the uppers and another the hosts One oper ator will make the buttonholes another the hems and another sew on the butonc each one using a separate machine- A buttonhole maohine will mak about five thousand holes a day and it is calculated that each pair of shoes passes through more than fifty hands before it Is ready to Weir Eczema is Now Curable XPMO a ecleniifta preparation for external use t tops stetting Instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin ditJUItf Ifezema quickly ylotdi IAnlll1 It permanently cured fir this rcttmrlmblo medicine AU Iruggletl Wrile foram pie E1Vltcee Med Cot Ix uii Mo For Mia by Helm a 1Wfson- White you may not be able to lead a man to water you seldom have task him twice to face the bartcnicr NatnntmAopWndlFhat DEALERS Catholic Everything i due MONTH not by TENTH will be effect November Hickman Ice Ice factory open p any except Sunday the 9th and of eachmonth open p Hickman Ice Coal Inc- A CARUTHERS Commissioners torsFvLTOH CIRCUIT COURT KYII Roney PUmtiH I IlisbYS Equity Defendants By virturc of a Judgment and Order If Sale of Fulton Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1901 the above cause for the eightytof six per coat per annum from the of May 1907 until paid and coils herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door Hickman Ky to the high est bidder at Public Auction on the 8th of July 1907 at 10 CountylooCourt day upon a credit months tbe following property to fIt Lot1S9 in Block J on the plan trap of Bast Hickman Fulton County Kentucky sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money puthchase price the purchaser with proved or securities must Bond legal from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a J Commissioners Sale FULTOM CIRCUIT KY Alex E E vs PlalntHfII Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Court rendered at the May Term 1907 in the above cause for the of Six Hundred and Three Dollars with at the rate of per cent per annum from the 6th day of May 1907 paid and costs herein I shall to offer sale at Court House door in Hick man Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction the 8th day of July 1907 oclock A M or being County Court day upon a credit the following described wit t 1 Constipation tromp r wham oaroam t- hhtiiteilaaAia lh a nrtatM tmA7 bono nailth to4rIan uADJ t IIIU1klnlThe talk of a nrtala tree li California CM 0111endDel KlM ll rk Solid Eitnct of ITuntt tie mat Qucam bark ll tna lu ITMIMI poeribta rower to correct coaairUon A uxxiuoeM UMIllmatdetln prescription lu lIen on OaniU- Ktlon ItnioauMM Boar Etomnch lad Urealh a i4 romPtttlnNo iriplar no cnpl aeast after affrctt are Mrtcniwl and lAlta ara pal op la bxaotIM IllhocmpMd mtal toiat at 6 eeott aod a M lea for KKarthlnr now nice eeetioaVcal a4agertlia Ur a box eALL Church Service High Mats vrv Sunday morn ing at 10 oclock Vespers and Benediction at 730 p m Mass every morning at 7 oclock REV W P HOOARTY Church Notice Preaching at the Court House every Sunday at 11 a in and 8 tOO p m Sunday 930 a m Prayer meeting al 8 p m on Wednesday You are cordially invited to these services good to eatthe Elite Cafe on Clinton street NOTICE Your Water and Light rent is on the FIRST OF EACH and if paid the cut off This took 1 1900 Pay at the Coal Co office at the Office from 7a m until 0 m day and on 10th it is until 9 m Co O Mgr Sale W Circuit in sum coots day in day oclock six doscribod Or ap security execute bearing interest preparedi COURT Reeves Lawson Circuit thereof sum interest six until proceed for the oa at 10 thereabout six months property to thM spry o- lLaxets School The South West Quarter of Secti- on24T2R4Wst in Fulton County Kentucky Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered 110 be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved secur ity or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force anti effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared tQ comply promptly with these terms J R MILKER Com Commissioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURt KY Ruth May Anderson who sues herein by Dr J M Hubbard her statutory guardian and by E J Anderson her father Eqty and next friend and E J An derson PUff vs Petition Ex Parte Deft By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the lu- mofwith interest at the rate of per cent per annum from the day oC19 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 Stir 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 A certain tract or fractional part of the South East and South West Quarters of Section 1JT1R1 West of 6 West as shown by deed thereto dated May 10th 1904 and recorded in D B No 35 Page 176 in Fulton County Court records and said land is in Fulton County Ken lucky Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved secur ity 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 promptlywith thes terms f J R Milner Com r CashS Book Storee e tipleu JId Selection UTeVWT Books etationery Port CardNotions Ito Call and set our Slock E ply hiUK up to late MIry IMIIII Doipyp 4949 I Dr S K Davidson DENTIST f1OlUscieotllIIliliickman Kentucky 4M J Pe LEGGA TIEw GOOD RIGS the pitreatafter the wants of young men and traveling men CiTPHOXE NO 1- 1vvvvvvvvvwwvvvvvvrvvvvvv 9 tag anTOI take this means of informin Y mybverys in Barryharness t It Hickman 1 am in a position t- crv o you better than heretofore as no I grlocatedI vice the best Yours truly K F DAVIS der floor Lee Line Boats UIbeIICIUWta TIKI AT back bOIHIandtackertinS Nereid NturdyapN eltIFenS IteroldTuoda7Nltht It IfIt OlMlnftall lo mphIJlfetPeter I f and Georgia Lr riot down a I Haturdar night air up Wcdnetday nit htpainted J fempbl1o dart has rTbufMlajrJ It IlUSHBrL Ait N C St L R R OCaiOULI TUB AT HHOUIAH aNaHo M Accommodation Arrl + eg33 p m boNoNo U AcconiinodatlonaeparUT 10 a in satItDo You Want To Sell town Do you want to sell your house and lot piece of land or real esta toNoof any kind The Courier has 1 inan anauguratedsent and you can list your proper with us in this department and vertise it without cost to you wh ever unless a sale is affected WeNowill list your real estate advertise it and endeaver to sell it for you and if we effect a sale will charge out you a per cent which amount wtllI be agreed upon at the time the property is listed It relieves poofa If you have any real estate Ifor tune and are interested in this plan can on the Courier and let us tell planWe your houses a per cent of the first months rent We Dispatches to the mercantile age n ONM indicate that commercial con try dltioiw throughout the country ha greatly Improved during tbe 1 oatnothing half of June under cormal temper Mete and preparatleM for tall a winter taone indiea4e esnidencc ia ers large irolawq sails I r Real Estate For ale Here are some snaps and all will pay big in terest on the investment No1We have a nice piece of property in Hickman lot JS feet wide by 150 feet deep fenced with good fence bran new residence on brick foundation never been coca pled well lighted and ventilated Has parlor reception ball two bedi dining room and kitchen pantry cloak room two porches Built of the very bOltI material nicely finished i built sub stantially and conveniently Waterworks connection in the house HasI yardNiceI property is desirably located sad Its description has not been exaggerated Anyone desltinga trice home will do ell to investigate this piece of property If you are interestedI call andl ask us about it or telephone us andl we will come tell you and show iI- to you Will either sell or rent proportrlisted BRJCNIeThe4 i propertylots OnI lots are tear houses two smallI residence which are renting at for S4 SO per month each renter of one of them has boo renting it for nine years past I business house is on the corner and roots for Iper month and adjoin the business house is a residence I which rents for S10 This maul aggregate rental of 27 a month price is astonishingly low yYou No IWe have to sell best bargain real estate you have ever seen is a rurburban home on the corporation line just outside the city city taxes to pay The piece oais 165 front feet by 2T5 feet is well fenced has a six roam house which could not be bunt un any circumstance for the price asked for the whole property The house is practically new has brick foundation basement with concrete and ceiled house has six rooms finished throughout with the material place for stoves in every room except one front and porch cistern at back door citywater works connection good garden spot and a nice pasture at premisesThereand it makes a very desirable pleasant home o 4This piece of town prop is for sale only and not for rent is a town lot 50x150 feet well housa has three rooms and hall two porches is papered and and in good condition It a good orchard and out houses for cash S700 buys it NoSWe have for sale a three room house and two town lots in verylowchaser satisfactory limit on time SJ50 gets it No6We have a three room and 4 lots in Gourleys addition cheap and easy terms with isfactory time purchase S450 No7We have a three room house in Gourleys addition and 4 lots cheap and easy terms satisfactory time purchase S500 b aTown lots and land in near Gulfport Miss on which guaranteed realization of 15 per Easyat9 a 9 room brick house on town property centrally located I 79x99 feet house in good condition houses orchard 2 cisterns Property well loosed 1750 No 10 House with three rooms and hall In East Hickman 6 month COURIER REALTY CO reguforhave had several complaint- recently s on this account from sub scribers who get their mail at count postoffices If you are one uyeto notify the 1ostoihce Department to look up the trouble dThe Undertaker at the Farm Hardware Co will answer yourI prosseUy day or tight nM1tnrU of jprojnusal fa Uimft urgr Jo11uuri Dy WILLIAM LLOM GARRISON Jtrtuy or Amtrinn t fa Tritlt Luu JW 1IV huM weal fortune I if limited Is it because ex rcMlvcc wraith tomb t mipi lie possessors and COt sojurntlv to corrupt Ii ray If well is the elect ol accumulation wit is th pursnlt so universally rnrour aged Certainly sheer In moneygetting 1 is rewa l with power respoalnbiltv ami dkUnction To the pal IK nullioiuirec are of tar more Interest than foholari or piiiUinthropista Why sliotthf a protest now sidle at the logical outoontc of a anal 1 mli SHtt ably jmo cadres sttttwaru 01 suoree is tJ e control ol million The wnivaSjUr thow to it elflttllp with the man in tIN street It iis kowut dillI in the dafwencc paid by farm to plutocrats with botiwqr to dtaplfije hut tin largo output of to lrnii bent on commercial pursuits has li pUrotI the proportion aiming At intelleetMal slid moral eminence Dignity schools languUh tiwluine turns out an vtniipply of d olor thoroughly equipped teacher I arc harder to obtain sad if taw Is an exception it U because the pro feiNt has growler chances of wealth from its dowr assuctatton wit u tomUWrcNl1IGranting this to HR Mr statement of existiaeT conditions why this increasing hut sell err to ItbJfc Ifur ske of taftmctf Who knows when tne safaty liRe of aecnnmhukm is nmhad the pow at wbkh a potential evil way be arrested sad only tlte minNty of beneficence tie retained Nobodyl As nwny different Hue wuald be drawn as there are persons to irate tfMttJL The proposition to ftx a minimum figure by law iis aM Win droam Yet the deepseated and rojeMful fccMng a galast men of abnor teal wealth finds frequent popojar expression It cannot be satisfac torily explained on the score of em Undoubtedly that tstttpcr +d mind is not absent tray reasons pn rf rrd tor tfrmiMcribiiif fortune It don not however account for lh widespread tones of htjnry to which conteinplitioH of certudi gob H4 propirtiM givoi Ise V1leUi er exprewed or net the conIc d tile MshMtWly mlvtre of mod era agirregctioMS of with i aH abroad MiWoNftim wire 1are pinae of the game have their opponents at diadraetege Mid fair play is at an end Unlike Uw tstetchYHtt hutnte whiok bjr WMttMl ex change profits both paritat in lIe IranAction the taw of tile Inut ex seta that where one grows lilt Sftotbrr from lose This tilt orrale seefeNtts l But to oKnfct to cure stow hv lindthig the MaoMt of plun I der retained is jiuorflc WltoUior in the case of wholesale spoliation or petty larceny the plan ii nnwertabir The tronble k Hot with the amount of the misappropriation But with the system which tdatot of it- The any primal fact to bo fated k thai pieU a paiaMte and MtII plffHer in prodoetkm The distinction Wa vfcri one rot ever bid don in the confusion created by ndng capitiir as a jrwonvM for w IrtjtsNxillc equal opportunity open to crery silage the pHbKc dosage of grcnit fortunes will be minimized and they being till hedge of desert and no longer the brand of crime will be dale dis e etrai ai dtapatcri by tic natnmi rids i t tulles which truly make riches a thirty with wings i education DotS not bagt Womans fieart By MARGARET ANGLIN The ehhn hieeR made that highs ode cation for women ehips the heart in Hvenitig the intellect that the devei opment of the hstaNpct along the pathways of culture and htgJt thinking makes women cohland cynical iill re regard to human emotions We are told that the supereducaied col lege woman is incapable of being swayed by the tame deep fecKnajs as the child of nature who knows net the meaning ol psychology and to whom ethics and the subtleties of philosophy reduced detheI doubt this very much The won of high eiluoaUoN or the spprofessionalhow to control them What higher education and the professional life do for woman however is to eradicate the ostentatious dliifay of fooling so Ion zecgvrded as neccosary for the womanly women The power to repress the emotions has no effect upon the ability to experience them Convention and good breeding necessitate sell restraint but the woman who can control her 1iaOO whole gereedingfeeling is vulgar experiences them just the snore In It is this poke of the woman of culture and intellect of business l tOnllllalntthatHigher education culture and the broader life that has boen to in the last towardthearts ficialily and affectation of the years bolero With who inthei lp M In the case of all artificiality it is apt to be overdone There is no reason why the holiest of emotions shoul rationnlJllacedulonThe drama coufincss d The development of intellect and the influence of ctilture nndex in life raluEmotiontv andunlike the willshallow creature who under a clonk of hjnocrity give vent to riotous emotion the woman of higher wlucatfpn places beexpressionloWghersympathy JfaxR J hQuarterly Report lllekman tank at btH of OrtheOI1je mb dllt of JUHe IWf ansAUNUHN- tN aIyl lIwct+ I1ISU1 No twlranMUrr ui trrerlrnN a e 1 IDetroth MUI NatV VaaliadtRtrt luMkori Ml tie iiiUIII 2iM II 0Hither ftwl 1It1 ate m IIItlNaerNtkaNl etad r- ti pa UM r m uvwi t Irfvrwlar wM1tare 1 1 Ie tel iMlMf mMlMillMlk- it lUNt A cdetltltw 6N Llrtlltlt9INN- no NY1la 1aM r rJ 1 + us i tIII 1 ttlttl 0- fotm Me MN MI W iiNMM MM e m- on II atb M wtM Ii I I U e1Nr f LMaa I irrMl Ba M matto aM tMkan ran Neuiwna etR 510hII 1 e u- I FtJ HOtMMWMMM In SWka4H MM In III HIflIHMIINTAHt illtied arwM f Iadehtaal a- f ar aerkMWN tt erw w a m IaMdrt Ie 1M E till Up rI 7 m rlai a M- aaei of i rtwHetrtUlltit 4Asis- dr 1 the NLa M Nee 1 arran p tal peedlaw Ira n a =IM iV481 ye IIaaR fagwt a A- i ltM teIw 11i alt r a w uhNMW MetM4 awes sIt 1c1 a1a M lM 7 f MM SC s I 1Ntrwe w ees 1 r Sse MrMn i troll yter IU1Ii tVmt- IMKAI o t Teak WkaftMbart tJliebreekgt to town Alfthe time Demand Steadily Increasing Bngland is Meadilr hioreaemg Ute awnber olr pollen ntitla sad It every year potting asp larger wHte The United States consulI at plan heater laftawi VWMaoi liarriseniBradley writes that slnos 19tS thatcw have been 99 new nuts bwHt ht tk 1rospaeity of S eM9of spwdles WhIR It is learned limaU ef those talus are woraiag or wW be Ae working this year k Is sofa to suing that there will be an loot mand this year tiers Unhand rrAI osttea la supple her nuts Twelve indles eonswse on an average a bale ef cotton a year in UM logliah- mflls Dividing the nnmber o twelveIlseen that 7JO 000 mere baS will be needed this year to apply the demand Thte ta an a Increase of afloat 20 per peel hi the neral comwmpUon of raw cotton glandt It is reported that all1 countries which tarn out offlabels staid te have been pros porous during the yhalfaccording wMramount of now mill machinery He estimates that the whole world it will consume this year about 30 per the tort more cotton than In 190C or a total of 18007485 belles The a oonwmptton of the former year was 15500000 halos i j Bzperimmu in emotion growing ia new sections have not produced any riiJ surprising results recently Egypt may have a slightly latgr crop this year but India according to reports usualThe the r lieves that if the present market the cotton yarn and piece goods hold and he thinks it will the Amen1 n farmers need not fear any reduction w tbe price of cotton Dragging Down Pains gn a STBftoB tF 1 r k Inheath aetwiiehran w try see t H IC beaSaaJw x- rltaDNlty urN he y a IIWINECar uill The Female Regulator that amttrtlcutract sh lien L Ye- oraaiu CNnei rrtu1alfl W IanJ rsiMM J At d 4 t tJqttltt aMIiAYtotttatwlto ar rt M L- ffI1 Iamni ewe rP- U set tithe- two whs 4 a- tt to the tat Ja+ r Esculnpinn lnmlat n 11 h cntOIl Dr PraH to i IItake that fat2 dr k an pad sttttp iag a dW tilt Half tnt fr had toW jMltad MPIIIand A few nMe 11 If we welded any Iikar evtr He an ri tOY w1t ttitll1pwA tt- IesitltalOtifl 1 I brr ti or lug 1fM I resit a p itOfslsy sgattRt Ute fKIIIIM ns x ise atltaad e foe bore Ida y ataml Ywite lla eape IMfcwt WW tisad was ft ihAt knut ti egAt sriNt av rnttt Q1 MtaiMter taweufh Itl + hoera00 Nt Uu1Iig a 1 1wSI sBw you bow raLcw I di etlre kt erettfeiM aseAssllrietrMtabel JIllf gMdtO tat- Youllle oIIarrant aid kens m Do all tut liens h 4 v tarttlres9lpg AutIl hi tt- tHewT ieYitla SSfe I lean tniatti 11 plan nrfmite JIitf fit tilt rltttx tote r IDell tedRl g UUOUj1 orMwl fiiftltseeanycl ftsst Imnnrdi the spun ec ttrettit wh n rod Ehn IU Iurto aoWJirttM It is hAkotf eye Wt under th will be lean teal sited sputa in already tnu both flidhSfrt wed aulpnui third bath at methylci surface Is blue brit the III plea IsI baafllus or gore Luloiii But after haviin any sputum to fochsi phurie add and thou lucthylone no tiny red lIil ttclM are revealed to tif r aid of this powerful II then tuberculosjs door n system of the pr whom the sputum was t3k1 Oh yes I see now 1 easy that It Is Bstonlshlrf thought ollt before U t 2 f I What Just Think of itI 3000 Masses PE p so LINEAIDS DIGESTION Drank Since June nth Dont Be Misled The Genuine Comes From Jones Cafe OnlyZ3ICKMAN KENTVCKY THERE ARE IMITATIONS but do not drink them Remember we carry a fine line of Candies Fruits all kinds of Pastries Fine Cigars c Coolest place in the city 111 II V A 4001i4 8 S knt Sunday In May for sole at the Courier I J of UBWO City was 4 ertay- a0sulwgdewmat mothers 1 r Cafe Ay 6th Is swapping n u- MAIS JO of State Line was T V ay + t I Sbaw Bcttcrsworth t itJ sees of Mayfield was a f for Sunday Salmon was in Colum Vrx last week i Theijner one yearS115 c f rhe Courier Realty Coi tr this issue Itw111 J ss on life as a debts love I r naming about the collec s ebt suaawwuuWtaHelm JVealhcr forecastst SaturdayIHot and sultry i Sunday 5 Red hot Mondayto TuesdayytHeavy rains- Wednesday I 4 J Cooler I Thursdayi Fridaya FeuntalnYoull Of Everything tttlMI KENTUCKY vvvv j A nice lunch OR short settee at the Elite Cafe When in need of gasoline come to the Courier Ofltoc Take yoga laundry to Prank Smfik at Smith Ambergs store House for Rent see M B thaw or Mrs Fannie Shaw J2tf The house of quality is the right place to buy eowns and oas kets Freshest line of groceries In town can be found at Shaw Bet terswotths Joe Carter of Martla spent Sun day in Hlokman the guest of one of the fair sex Miss Marine Brown Is spending a few daywitb friends in Union City this week In this wild stress of greed and gold the Invisible is just enough to give ever man his due Because a man happens to be ex travagant with his love it no sign he will ever come to want If you want to make your wife happy just let Shaw Bettersworth fill that bill of groceries Miss Lillian Choate has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs Thos Prather jr at State Lineal Bolar left Saturday for Mound City Ills after spending a oouple of days with Hickman friends Miss Irene Faris left Sunday for Paducah where she will spend the week with Mrs Roy MoKinney Henry Harrison the recent guest of C S Patterson and wife has re turned to his home at Morehouse MoMrs Laura Burnett and little daughter Mary Tempa have returned from a visit with friends in Mayfield and Fulton Mrs Laura Burnett and Mary Tempa stopped off at Fulton after attending the Association at May field to see Mrs Sallie Browdcr and family Miss Pearl Bennett of Clearwater Fla will arrive In Hickman next week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas label Miss Bennett has many friends in Hickman and vicinity Hot I Master Hearn Brown has returned from a three weeks visit In the country MIN BKMbeth Wflson Iis home from a visit to Dawson Springs and other point Mr and Mrs J R Brown spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs J M Roper Mrs K M Stovall of Jaokson T nn has been the guest of Mrs Maggie Randle this week Heibtrt Taylor of Morehouse Mo UI the guest of his aunt Mrs C S Patterson near town Miss Llwie Corum went to Fulton Saturday to spend a week or more visiting friends and relatives Miss Boone left Saturday for her home in Fulton after a pleasant visit with Rev H C Johnson and wifeThe Court of Appeals adjourned for the summer vacation after hav ing decided more cases in six months than ever before in the history of the court Sister Imelda formerly Miss Kate Sherron now of Memphis and Mrs John T Hudson of Memphis were guests of Tom Dillon Sr and other friends and relatives last week Mrs Ed Moore and children of Hickman who have been visiting Pete Ridgeway and family returned home last night They were ac companied home by Misses Irene Ridgeway and Birdie Meacham Fulton Leader Not 211 but 21 Thats our telephone number When you know any news of local Importance please dont hesitate to call us We are glad to have all the local happenings Perhaps you have a visitor i have you told us about it Mrs Thos Prather entertained a select crowd at her home last Thurs day evening in honor of her guests Miss Lillian Choate and Miss Marine Brown A contest proved very interesting in which Andrew Burrus and Miss Brown received the prize Cake and cream were served and everyone had A CoodtlMeI I Summer time IP C Ward was here from Walnut Log Monday Frank Smith wants your laundry Agenoy at Smith Ambergs Miss Isabel Nash left for her home in Hopkinsvftle Ky Satur dayIt oosts you nothing If the Curler Really Company doesnt sell or rent your property Erie Johnson home from weeks trip through Tonaossee Alabama and other points Prof Roberts principal of the MdFerrin School at Martin was in town Saturday on business Mrs K Lasslter returned home to Metropolis Ills Saturday She has been visiting her parents Miss Maude Grey Allen and Mr Milton Pairs both of Fulton were married at that place last week Rev Cunningham will preach at the Cumberland Presbyterian ohuroh in this oily Sunday and Sunday night All those who have subscribed to the U D C gateway fund will please hand it to Mrs Jno S Dillon or Miss Mjuie Brevanl Miss Effte Martin who has been visiting Mrs Ora May Swanner forth past few weeks returned to her home in Caruthersvllle Wed nesdayMrs R B Johnson and son Max left this week for a visit In Tulla homa and Monteagle Tenn and will possibly attend the Exposition at Jamestown while gone Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magio Ointment Pleas note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers Rev Wr H ODonneley of Wheel Tenn and 0 T Salmon of Hickman went to Caruthers vllle Wednesday where they will spend a few days and then to some place In Mississippi to hold I ameetlng beg inningabout July 14th rRoad Percy Jones ad in this issue Billle Carpenter is spending a week in Memphis the guest of his uncle The Christam Endeavor will meet at the Christian Church Sunday evening Miss at 6145Idied at the hospital in Memphis Monday from heart trouble Let Frank Smith have your laundry The best laundry in the south Agenoy at Smith It Am bergsMrs G W Johnson left for May field Tuesday She will spend two weeks there visiting relatives and friendsMiss Marine Brown Bestie Roper and Mary Burrus visited Mrs Jen nie Moss in Union City Sunday and Monday A small boy who lives in West Hickman was fishing and his mother had to call him five times to make him hear Finally she landed on him and shaking him in a terrible manner wanted to know why he did not answer This was his reply I didnt hear you the first three times and the last time I had a bite U H N Cowgill wife and son W H Baltxer and wife C F Baltzer and wife J H Millet and wife Dr J M Hubbard and wife J S Dillon and wife and K K Williams were members of a pleasuie partywho went out in Dr Hubbards boat Monday evening for a little trip and were caught amid stream in the storm which came up about seven oclock They were compelled to put In Oblon creek for shelter where they stayed about two hours with hatchways closed When the storm was sufficiently over to permit them to venture out of shelter the engine seemed to be It hootSbed and would not work After sup pressing whole volumes of words better left unsaid and sore trib ulation the male contingent finally secured and old sklfi to whch they tied the launch and towed Into town arriving here about 11 JO YYVyyyy y yyy Courier Want Column AJtltMti liuiaitjOntiOHt Cnl for WM NtrrttrrntoilA r TTTVTTT1 FOR RENTThree room house with hall and porch S6 a month Apply Courier Office FOR RENTHouse with sir rooms in heart of town S10 a month Apply at Courier office Sltf FOR SALE Six months old full blood red Durham Bull i will sell right Party must pay cash A good opportunity for someone For particulars see H Lamastus 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 This is an exceptional opportunity to have a good instrument in your home Inquire at Courier office 52tf WANTED Few colored men for laborers in foundry No trouble goodwages steady work for competent men Plenty of colored people here Colored schools and churches good town to live in Apply to Mt Vernon Car Mfg Co Mt Vernon 111 6 Ice cream and music at the band boys hall Thursday evening July 11 Benefit Daughters of the Con foderacy Begins at seven oclock Both last week and the week be fore we received in the mall com munications containing some local news In both instances the com munications were received after we had gone to press last time and the news was of no value the next week We are always glad to get local revs from our subscribers and friends and will ask them to get it in the office in time to insure publica Lion B T DAVIS Attorney at aw Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Handles store- HICKMAU KENTUCKY ABSOLUTELY The Best I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone ui when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries LfoIr0 RanUle adh dh redwd Meet Your Friends ttPARLORS l4Best in Hickman Hot and tcold baths i electric lights and fans hydraulic chairs and everything for comfort Qiatca St mdcaaa ST I fa Next door to Jones Cafe Commissioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT KY Mrs F B Shaw Plaintiff vs Equity- G W Scott Defendant By virtue ot a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum UI 1 WCIVC 1JUUUI0U 1UU1 tXVIIttl nose fifty cents with interest at the rate 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 highestbidderday of July 1907 at 10 oclock A CountyCourtthe following described property to I wit The Wet 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 the 124 acre tract of land taken from the West portion of the South East Quarter of said section Or suffi tent thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For tbe 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 effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these termsJ R Milner Com Commissioners Sale FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Kr J J C Bondurant Plaintiff EquityUn1 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 seventyeightdollar interest at the rate of 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 Mf 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 XV Also Lots No 117 118 119 and 120 In Gourleys addition to the town of Hickman Ky Or tufficicnt thereof to produce the sums of money co ordered to be made For the purchase price the pur cbaaer with approved security or noctirUle must execute Bond bearing legal Interest from the day of safe ssti paid and having tbe force Had effect of a Judgment Bidders lPiUilpred to cowfrty promptly kssntJ to Mitoer eo J GoMkUsM at too crier Ottoo I T L OSrirlS r prays virr r j OLDFASHIONED MOTHER Thank God some of us have and others have had an old fashiancd mother Not a woman of the per- Iod enameled and painted with her great chiznon her curls and bustle i whose white jewelled hands never have felt the clasp of baby fingers but a dear oldfuhlonedlveetvolc- ed mother with eyes in which the love light shone and blown hair threaded with silver lying smooth upon her faded cheek Those dear hands worn with ton gently guided our tottering steps in childhood and smoothed our pillows in sickness i even reaching out to us in yearning tenderness when her sweet spirit was baptized in the pearly spray of the river Blessed is the memory of an oldfashioned mother It floats to us now like the beautiful perfume of some woodland blossoms The music of other voices may be lost of hersbut theentrancing memory will echo in our souls forever Oth er places will fade away and be for gotten but hens will shine on untl the light from heavens portals sbal glorify our own When in the fitful pauses of busy life our feet wander back to the old homestead and crossing the well worn threshold standing once more in the low quaint room as hallowl by her presence how the feeling ofr childish innocence and dependence e comes over us and we kneel dow I in tbe golden sunshine streaming through the western window jus where long years ago we knelt by our mothers knee lisping Oar Father How many times when the tempter lured us on has the memory of those scared hewn that mothers words her faith and pray ers saved us from sin Years bare filled great drills over between her and us but they have not hidden from our sight the glory of her pure unselfish love LOVE OF THE BEAUTIFUL Place a young girl under the care of kindhearted women and she un consciously to herself grows into a graceful lady Place a boy in the establishment of a thoroughgoing straightforward business man and the boy becomes a self roBant prac viral business man Children are susceptible creatures and circum stances scenes and actions always impress As you Influence them t not by arbitrary rules nor by sternI example alone but a thousand other ways that speak through beautiful forms pretty pictures etc so they will grow Teach your children then to love the beautiful Give them a corner in the garden for flow ers encourage them to put it in the shape ot hanging basket i show them where they can best view the sunset i rouse them in the morning not with the stern time to go to work but with the enthusiastic see the beauU ful sunrise Buy for them pretty pictures and encourage them to decorate their rooms in his or her childish way Give them an Inch and they will go a mile Allow them the privilege and they will make your home beautiful THE ELDER SISTER There is no character in the home circle more useful and beautiful than a devoted elder sister who stands side by side with the toiling mother lightening all her cares and burdens low beautiful the household ma hinery moves on with such efficient help I Now she presides at the table in her mothers absence always so neatly attired that It is with pride the father introduces her to his guest as our oldest daughter Now she takes a little troop into tbe garden with her and amuses them so mother may not be disturbed In her work or her rest Now she helps the boy with their hard lessons or reads fathers paper aloud to rest his tired eyes If mother can run away fo4 a few days recreation she leaves home without any anxiety for Mary will guide her house wisely and happily in her absence But in the sick room her presence is an cs pedal blessing Her hand Iis next to mother own In genilcMM and Is Your Hair Sick Thats too bad I We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late but naturally did not like to speak of It By the way dyers Hair Vigor Is a regular hair grower a perfect hair tonic The hair stops coming out grows faster keeps sort and smooth flyers I Hair Vigor cures sick hair makes it strong and healthy I Tkebetkndotatettmonet9oht co ArcLattMN j LiIlFI waMIrnrt flU CHUIT rtCTOWL skill Her tweet music can charm any pain and brighten the weariest hours There are elder sisters whose presence is not such a blessing in the home Their own selfish ends and alms are the main pursuits in life and anything that stands in the waj of these is regarded with great impatience Such daughters are no comfort to a mothers heart Vhiah kind of aa elder sister are you In the household 1 CULTIVATE 0CAR PUL3 The chief distinction ta society between the attentions of the thoroly graceful goMlemen and ono Iwho simply knows the rules Is that the former pays these without at traotwg notloe A lady hardly realises that anything Is done for hesbe only knows that the gentle man Is agrot We Doe the young man ask bow he shall cultivate unoinsotous grate fulness Some men the reader says have the gift by nature True but with rare exception nature deollns to make her gift available without culture and care There W but one way to cultivate the ease of wmOA Mb ra3 Mvr vNlUgly allow an oppett unity to pay a grace ful attention pass without taking aoV vantage of it Never we say oat even with the sister or mother or most intimate cousinly friend Its a mistake to regard these things as too formalthey ars formal only when they are awkward There Is not a single polite attention called for in society which is not appropriate at borne If a sister drops a handkerchief do not give her an opportunity toptok It up herseltunltsi you wish to be constrained and slightly awkward when you are called upon to pick up a handkerchief Iin drawing room If a mother is get ting into a carriage offer her a band even if it is purely a matter of form Nor are these attentions of young men to their near relatives valuable and called for only as matters of practice Genuine politeness des mands them at home as well as In society CURES BLOOD POISON CANCER ULCERS ECZEMA CAR BUNGLES c MEDI CINE FREE If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itching and burns sore lips or gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suf fer from serious blood poison or the beginning of deadly cancer Take Botanic Blood Blam B B B It supplytosore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blooj troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sors carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for all obstinate cases Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Drug sampIe paid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent In sealed letter The Board Valuation and Assessment refused to grant a motion to assess the capital of national banks only 75 per cent and placed the assessment at 100 per cent under the law recently passed by the Legislature Suits have been begun- to determine the constitutionality- and construction of the statute Three StatesI Mr Coleman went to 11 all TiiJayi ur pubrHi school wW span the ors Monday in July salsas DeLeon and Albrlilon weie victors here Tvonlay By Sander made a twittesT trip tvNew Madrid Saturday irandnm tenders Is fit a visit to her son thlt week He ItVeff on No f owing to the rain Rev Hunt Inn Id to All hit appointment here Sunday Dr Itebbnrd and Mora Hcttm worth and Wmfams of Wriannn wrrr here Monday Chester BkMnett Cegtle Thelrea and Harry Dames spent the week with their father lost week Mr CU Bryant and lady passed through here curtate Home They had beeR to Dorena to whit Mrs Pearl Palmer loft Saturday for BurtoUe Art to attend UK bedside of her twobcukd who has been quite ckrk Mr Barno wont to HWkman Friday Mrs Barnes sad little son Jerry returned with hiss and will spend several days Mr Barnes to having Ms whey remodeled It wilt bcojnlie nice the palmer and 4oeotntor letI through with thoir work Mrs Clara SamUrs sad cbiUrtn And MM JMe Dunn of Sugar Trot Ridge were hue foot week They went to Now Madrid Saturday JoINt larry of HWtmao pt several dais here ten week Hr and ImmoU sHrnoi weal to New Madrid Thnmtay whore ht will risk for A white aWtat to tabs her bAt v to jHMtMto to ooooait a doctor laI Friday The baby tea Great del beltor at tIM wrlttni and we hoptt wilt Hton be woU The proof lee a bumper crop is very west eoMfciertwg the seaton vi hay had TIN rain that IcU FrUar wos worth a peed deal as was coded The past few day III shave beon like The good old Sum met ucII Frs for Catarrh Mt to proY e merit a Trial alas lot of Dr Shoop Catarrh Remedy Let me send it erramybeallglug swoh ntaling Ingredient as Oilf IIYInltaRti of the nose and throat Make thr free toil and see for yourself what this preparation can and will accom plish Address Dr Snoop Racine WU Large Jar SO cents Sold by all dealers State Line Items G B TftreRtoM WM on the sick list for a day or tvo last week Corn is growing at a rapid yak after the gloriow rain of loot Mon dayMr Dan OUrm of Union City was a caller In the neighborhood Sunday Jas Maddox attended the mar riage of his cousin InJaeksonTenn on Sunday June 9th Mr and Mrs S B Burrus visited their daughter Mr J R Mow near Union City Tuesday Mr and Mrs J R MOM visited the latter parents and attended services at Poplar Grove Sunday Miss Lena and Bess Threlkeld were guests of their brother Mr Cue Threlkeld in Hiokman Monday gooddealvicinityMonday The small son of Mr Joe Wilson who theheadi thought to- be ImprovingIMcDanielrturned to the home of her daughter Mrs T A Prather Tuesday after several lays visit in Union City A Stock Company composed of eIght of the leading farmer of this section has been organized and anew threshing outfit has been pur chased Farmers niceshortorder atGri l jiriirSi9 flCq ots 5aaflk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Buss Tliui wo offur to dupogitors Otlnr hiooinontB nro of auooiulnry import IIi fiJullliv Guarantee wa solicit your ituirona f J AluiOMisii turHbTJLEQWO u H1llhtttnJT A plots 111111 p A4 JA a I Will build you A HOMEON 1OAHY MONTHLY IA I It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of MtUdtaf rna hardware snob and door tobt fund hi the i ate fight Yon be tbe wigs i toll aril see 1vv A DCDDS1 1111 V tVi t Rilhing is always a delight to people who rr 4 ihow dowJy the habit it auoeutrxl with godbtatt9if Porcelain Funded bath futurei L the pleasure of bathing because they are modem 1 rut ui design ud uaiUry Their dural Tlty u guts t1 We t sell am uuUl this equipment and pAranlM werkmstsptumbiRg saves you money Thats the luml q i we do and we can save you money the nut tiftf J needl 1ilumbing Repair weak at teawcublc pact Cotton e Adams I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KTAULISHKI Tom Dillon Sr Prop Suoictsdr to B C Rs Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK of J Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTITKY CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Ol0 IIreoeroe4r nl Long dl8tnr oo linos and telephones rf this Compnny onnblo you to talk alms SouthornIllinoisI and LoulBlann Wo can put you In qUit k and satisfactory communication with thoI countryWoo ronson ablo Equipments and faollltloa unsurpassed MMo OALDWELL LItAND HUMC T D wiwaau 3L= = X = Better Printing For Less Money lK- L THE COURIER =x 17 I