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Digital page images are linked to the text file. itckmnTHE MIeNMAN eOI3RIERthe Team that Pulls the Cctlr VVO Wn up till iJnz of Surest The CstMrr has a SPkln Goad Team Grease the Rzles of Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up tt- wr r t 0 ztalxoWBBTDIH 1 DHICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 12 1907EBrADLIBBtD IV KO THE sits TEAS 1859 II- J II J rir trx- 11pjL IL 5Ytje feflOEi + kr The Klan with Fastidious Taste who has difficulty securing suitable Toot attire will de light in the refined custom made appearance of The FLORSHEIM Shoe cAn expression of high art made to fit any shaped foot 1 j We have your size IN SMITH AMBERG i 7 H10KMAN KY 1- dtu 11I I 0 1u rr w Hickmnn 4 Fulton 5 + tory ef we etf the M ten gamtt that f i ia tilt part tf the ial years s defeated btt ma I 4i UM see played the by UM Fasten and M muoh eredit H nqutshed as the via be last Hickman man y o f pac won and the It el of the Hiakmin A e luck seemed against owrotnded i + tice was the cause of- M it being the first g vr a year for some We Are confident v nw practice another w these two teaiaswetlld Ujr pitted fir Htekman r in tight places and ors behind him would norun game is the Itaeup of the HtOKMAX- K K nuna 1II t 1 I 1b e 1 I IerI I Aineta rttt tt- Mte iMHfaNlAa IW 11- 1se el i1l- Nnt Rmn L II of quality is the buy coffins and cat Y The Same Fourth Thli tys4x persons were killed anti 1471 inured while celebrating In dependence Day according to the ReoordHerald whisk made canvass of acoWents iIR the entire United State In CMeng six persons were kfliMi by revolvers whkih were sup posed to be unloaded sad with deadi ly1 giant crackers NetrYork furnish ed seven dead while the remainder ef the lilt of fatalities are scattered over the country Of the Injuied many will undoubtedly die A greater number of the injuries were caused by carman crackers and this list Is made up in great part of oMIdren S till the Age of ChivalryI Is lIve a smaller factor in the preb tem of life in 1907 than it was when Leander swam the Hellespont or when the walls of Troy rocked amid the shook of battles fought because of Helens beauty By no means Wemen are loved and beaten fought for and fought as strenuously today as In centuries gone by and lovers play pranks as strange and Mmmit crimes as violent at this good hour as they did when they wore doublet and round hue and carried rope lad ders under their cloaks Chivalry dead and Cupids corpse moldering beneath the greenswards Sfelood i Look to the columns of your paper for a dozen Romeos a day It is not the way of a man with a maid that has changed but merely the style of reporting II IRON BED- SII at nil tiincH a complete lino of furni klndeRockersMattreeresSpringscotsSewing t iVturo fanning R specialty Complete lino 11 I tkots anti Burl Hobos Hoarse furnlshm w11 u wanted W MONTGOMERYb 3 lrtiiMiiU over tbeslure earn The fourth Ls1iite The man who wants but liltlther below usually has a wile who tlakes in washing ++ t Iliokman has begun to boost for I the Fourth 4f July 1908 It will no doubt be the greatest celebration ever known lin Kentucky or Ten neiMe The river attractions will be worth coming a great distance to see ot The two young fenwere walking home together after a hafil days work Jimmy said the older about that trial balance It seemed to me It Dont talk to me about any trial balances interrupted the other or any books or customers accounts or anything at all about the old office Its after hoursI But began the first It No sir I interrupted the othlr onee mereul come down on tme f and I do my work When oMock comet Im through J uAnd Im not even going th think about those four walls any more till Monday warning I Itive that way before Perhaps you have done It yourself Vow may oven feel that way about It this morning If you do youve got the wrong jobEither that or you are a pretty poor sort of an employe Employers dont measure work In a quart cup or with a yard stick or by the dock Neither do they understand that they have bought your head and your bands for so many hours each day at so much per hour But when you accepted that post lion no matter whether as office boy or manager your employer under stood that you were to give him the best there was of the work of you hands and the work of your head and that you were to make his in terests your Interests If you cant feel that way about it you had better quit If you cant feel enthused over any kind of work you had better not work at all Maybe somebody will come band y feed you out of a silver spoon and maybe they wont Tlmelenenthey are the poor est workmen in the world Generally they are not wort what they get They never are worth any more And of course thats the reason they never get any more Take your work into your heart The clock has nothing to do wit I it The whistle has no part in it Hours are not worth consideration- If you will make the work you work youll be astonished to find what difference there is Take It home with you Dream about It Study it while you walk the street Think over its problems while you are at lunch Discuss it with your fellows Drudgery Is a miserable word Work is a magnificent word Drudgery means a poor starved joyless life Work means a big buoyant pulsing splendid life The man who listens for the whistle knows only drudgery i but the man who takes his dally expert ence into his heart be knows what work is- Snails +are said to be plentiful this year Several of them have been discovered in the AttorneyGenerals office at Washington They are after Harriman w Attorney H J doorman and Bud Moss returned this morning from Ml Vernon 111where theywent several days ago Mr Moss was charged with operating a confidence came by selling town lots in New Mrxioo which the purchasers claim i were not as represented Mr Moorman went along as an attorney for the defendant The trial wits set for July 13 and Moss was releas ed under a bond of Si00MapfirldM- essenger l +Any man can be a millionaire if he has the money itThe colored population is making preparations to make a great demon stratien in Hickman on August 8th They are preparing a program which will possibly surpass anything here tofore given and they are expecting a large urowd of visitors fWhere is that fellow who was complaining about a late summer Some marblehearted scribe has launched this stoical star chamber information for the benefit of mid summer benedicts and benedictines It Is not all honey and pie even during the honeymoon spent ia the pie belt and when the bride is dis HhisionUed and finds her husband only a common man with a bad temper and a disposition to swear when he looses his cellar button there is nothing to console her if she lacks lots of new clothes Then she reflects on the practical advantages of having Lad a wedding and Iin oucha dilemma I When love is gone and kisse- are spent Then ruffles are most excellent I- Iot Did you ever see a horse working in the old treadmill fashion Al ways on the go yet going nowhere Always on the move yet never ap remotergoal These days many a fellow seems content with the tread miltd grind ot John D Rockfeller says that th n beginning of his fortune came o that day when as a boy hoeing coat rn fifty cents a day he made the discovery that f50 put out at seve per cent a year would have an in terest return equal to the amount of money be could earn in seven days thehreceiving +Henderson Ky fair begins July 23rd Five days withI have muoh to do with shaping lb e tobacco acreage for 1907 This i notably true In cigar leaf producing sections of the North where the season has averaged fully a week to ten days late and IH many instances even more The railroads furnish the express companies cars and carry the express on a percentage basis The Government pays from 75 to 125 per cent rental for postal cars and then pays the railroads about eight times as much for transporting the malls as they receive for hauling the express Puzzle t Find the cause of the de ficit In the P 0 D- How +would you tier to be the Iceman +Park Powell son of Mrs J W Powell of this city sailed from Baltimore Md June 28th for LIver- pool England From there he goes to Paths France where he expects You Cant Depend Absolutely Upon Your Memory 1 The chances are that tour or five months after you pay a bill you forget about it V Suppose that same bill should be presented to you possibly you could remember about Iti but nine out of every dozen bills you pay you forget about in six months Some you could not recall after six weeks Pay all bills by chcckfite your checks Six years afterward you can turn to the checks if necessary and produce in disputable evidence for every bill paM V We will be pleased to explain other advantages of the checking account to you HICKMAN BANKuloxaAN sty i to finish his linguistic course in French at the University of Paris Rain may be the angels wringing out their handkerchiefs after weep- Ing at the siss of mankind here below I Dont forget the big barbecue at Graves school house two miles south or Hickman on July 20th It is given by the Farmers Union +Partial eclipse of the moon July 24 Visible in North America A Memphis Mo man has dis covered a nw way to get rid of mcs qultos He says to rub alum on your face and hands When the mosquito lakes a bite it puckers his buzzer so it cant sting It sits down in a damp place tries to dig deathsof cold and dies of pneumonia + h Beware of the man who advertises something for nothing Philan thropists are not doing business that way 4 The man who eats no meat and chews it well saysa health report will always enjoy good health askednhe said A blush Is a temporary erythema and calorific effulgence of bynones perceptiveness the scnsoriurr when in a predicament of unequilib rity from a sense of shame anger inna paresis of the vasometer filaments o E the facial capillaries whereby being divested of their elasticity they are suffused with a radiance eftemanatlo from an intimidated praecordia yourwiteaeedatsebangee guns doc she gets all I have now iMi w A rich father is apt to learn that vocal lessons for bis daughter savor very much of dough se dough M When a woman tells a man she wouldnt marry him in a thousan years it hardly will pay him 1 o wait 1 W IIINnr1Pap O Fulton Cnty lkJI i Per Capita Increased The total number of children of school age in Kentucky shown in the annual census just completed is 739640 an increase of 6309 over the census of a year ago The total number reported in the country districts is 590928 while the cities contain 148712 Upon this report Supt Fuqua will shortly announce the per capita allowance which will show from five to ten cents increase over that of last year The per capita for the last school year was 330 the largest in the history of the State State Auditor Hager is now having an estimate made of the years revenues upon which the estimate is based Fulton County has a total of 4005 children of school age and at the Increased per capita of 335 will amount to 1341675 an increase of 20025 over the allowance of last year Hickman has 598 children of school age This will mean an al lowance of 200330 an increase of 2990 over the allowance of last yearAll those who have subscribed tn the U D C gateway fund will please hand it to Mrs Jno S Dillon or Miss Marie Brevard 7 Dr S K Davidson a prominent dentist of Hickman is in the city with his moter car to have it painted and the machinery overhauled We understand that there will be several rigs brought from Hickman to Fulton to be painted Fulton Leader YOUR LIVER It out of order You KO to lad In n Unl humor and net up with a lad late In your sllruulategregulator A positive euro forPoaillpatlon Dipvptln and sit liver complaint Sir 1 ru Worth Texas wrltmi Unite uel llvrlilno in mjr family for jrrart Vonl cnut eiprw whAt I think about It Kvtry luxlr In my houre hold Are happy and will Mtuiweowoll to Hwblno S61tl liT Helm A Htll on and Cuwfflll l ru More Inc I suppose the reason error flourish es most aP night Iis because it was near Eve that Adam ate the apple Freshest line of groceries in town can be found at Shaw Bet terswotths Gasoline at the Courier office Southwestern Aa University After sixty years TESTING leave no uncertain judgment as to the CHARACTER AND ABILITY of the men and women who go from her walls She prefers to be THORHUOK rather than superficial She dos not place chief emphasis upon CHEAPNESS though the expense of board may be had at COST nor upon snORT and QUICK results knowing that FOUNDATION WORK in CHARACTBR AND REAL SCHOLARSHIP require time and patience FREE scholarships to young ministers and to bona fide teachers WRITE lOn CATALOGUE J W Conger Pres Jackson Tennessee THE HIGKMANCOUHIER Gntrt Htttr KtUaAi tilt ite D HTBB1LE W08rCEB J08EXTOH EllUn tsl FrtpritUn ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ar CASH IN ADVANCE I intend at the Illoknmn Kpntnckr IKMlefTiue M Neacl elM wan matte Friday July H 12 1907r DEMOCRATIC TICKET U S SenatorJ C W Beck hamGovernorS W Hager Attorney GeneralJohn K Hen dricksState Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey Commissioner of Agriculture J W NewmanLieut South Trimble AuditorH M Bosworth Secretary of StateHubert Vree landTreasurerRuby Laffoon AppealsJohnB Representative Eugene Graves Railroad Commissioner First Dis trictMcD Ferguson 0 Kentucky as a whole seems in a fair way to enjoy four more year of Democratic rule Charles Richmond and Miss Lur line Odam of Wingo were married in Fulton Sunday evening While this is the month for doubling up dont over look the small boys stunt with the green apple 1 I When Roosevelt comes to Ken I tucky it would be well for him to bring that gun along if he contemplates 1 calling any one a liar I A Hickman lawyer tells us there are two periods in a mans life when 1 he Is unable to understand woman One is before marriage and the other after John D Rockefeller quietly celebrated his slxtyeighth birthday at J Forest Hill Cleveland his suburban home Monday Mr Rockefeller spent most of the day in looking over his big estate The InterState Commerce Com mission says the negro must have equal accommodations with the white man on railroad trains Logically then he is entitled to a bunk in the same sleeping car The report of Kentuckys finan cial condition at the close of the fiscal year on June 80 shows that the sum of 29424298 was on deposit in bank Over 700000 capitolduring j A house Is being built in this city of Sears Roebuck lumber You may not believe it but Us a fact Now this kind of a proceeding is a sad commentary on someone Its not good for the town to say the least and who Is to blamejlj of The unwritten law may be a bada law but it has as good effect upon the average sinner as any of the written laws Let become a little more of the law and It will stop more a cussedness than the avfrge statutory law ot the land It takes punlsbr ment which fits the crime to prevent cr check crime A jury returned a verdict in the case of J M Adkins administrator vs the Southern and L and NIrailroads for the killing of Adkins in a dynamite explosion at Jelllcn Tenn last September for 7500c The case has been on trial for two weeks Adkins was a victim of the explosion which almost wrecked the whole town of elUcotGovernor Beckham Wednesday signed the death warrant of Harrison Alexander colored who assault ed a halfwitted white woman In Huhleaburjr county several months ate and for which he was tried and oftteeced to death and his sentence ndrmsd by the court of appeals U The date for the selection Is Auf 9 YYY TtYY 1T TT I Courier Want Column XJMM 7Vittu t OW v CM ftf HWI Uu AM Hn ewfr eta our list a nwct u if Hurt orrklnpmust to HAl 111 I leis I A A AA FOR RENTThree room hous e with half and porch S6 a month Apply Courier Office rFOR SALE Six months old fullI blood red Durham Bull i will tell1 right Party must pay cash A good opportunity for someone For I particulars tee H Laraastus or ask at the Courier Office I FOR SALE CHEAPA fine piano t must be told quick for cash Has al lIvery tweet tone and beautiful finish This it an exceptional opportunity to have a good instrument in your J home Inquire at Courier office Satf WANTED Few colored mew for laborers in foundry No lroblcI good wages steady work for com patent men Plenty of colored people here Colored schools and churches good town to live in ApI ply to Mt Vernon Car Mfg Co Mt Vernon 111 6c On the first of July approximately 50000 employes of the postal sere ice were given an increase of Fay 54500s I to the appropriation bill for that per 1 pose There is no class of public servant more deserving of greater compenstatlon than the carriers both city and rural and the clerks jj railway and office I The question of voting 100000 I bonds to raise money with which t to construct many miles of new gravel roads in McCracken county will be voted on at the next Novem ber election by the people of that county according to the decision of the fiscal court The money will be devoted solely to building gravel to highways throughout the rural districts Will the fiscal court Judges of Fulton county kindly sit up and take notice s The officers of the temporarys Newspaper League which was form ed at the meeting of the Kentucky Press Association recently at Estill Springs have called a meeting of the a newspaper men of the First Con gresslonal district to be held at the a Palmer House Paducah Saturday July 20 to effect a permanent organization This is a good move Every editor in the First District should attend Under the existing circumstances a united effort on the part of the newspaper men Iis very necessary Problems heretofore unknown are now to be solved and Its time to get together I Fortythree indictments against men prominent In the affairs of Owen countywere Indicted by the grand jury at Owenton which has been in vestigatlng the conduct of county business for the last few years The indictments charge malfeasance- In office perjury mutilation of coun ty records and the collertlon af flIeegal tee bills The report of grand goes deep into the past record the country and every member the Fiscal Court Including the County Judge is indicted on mal feasance The edior of the News Herald was also Indicted upon change of over drawing his salary while in office and not making to Thirtyfive years ago this week Louisville was the scene of a NationI al Convention The extreme element of the Democratic party met nominated for President Charles OCorner of New York and for Vice President John Quincy Adams Massachusetts On the same day the regular National Democratic Convention met in Baltimore adopt ed a liberal platform and named as standard bearers Horace Gree leythe editor of the New York Tribune and B Gnats Brown a dis o MlssouriJSubsequently 1 Adams refused to serve as the rep OB resentatives of the extreme wing of the National Democracy The over helming defeat of Greeley by Gen S Grant hastened him to theY grave rc In Bad Scrape The Fulton Record of July 5 says t uK Rocker a well known but none too highly respected man of this city committed an act last night that flashed a black streak over our little oily The victim of Rockers horrible crime wall pretty little Winnie Conner the eleven year old daughter of Mrs Mi A Conner of South Fulton Ruoker 1was evidently known by the girl because at about 8110 oclock last night she and her mother were at the merrygo round on the Tennes see side at lower Lake street when they met him and he extended toher the invitation to ride She naturally accepted It and after a few rides Rucker took her to a nearby candy stand and bought candy He then coaxed her to walk with him and beI chose to walk up the street from the line towards the Baptistchurch It was there that Wkwle says he tried to accomplish his terrible crime but by her strong clients and cries prevented him from currying tits plan He kept ber out until after ten oclock when at last he sax that it was no use and walked back with her towards the merrygoround but whoa he sax Winnies mother he turned away and went hack to the Kentucky sUe Whoa Mrs Conner teamed what had happeoed she IIm mediately soameaed Deputy Sheriff Jessee Walker who also put the po Ice on the ReHtaoky side en thou guard j Oftstr Lee Carter by suspicion Immediately went to the Rucker Ho tel near the I C passenger station and there found and arrested Ruoker because toe crime was committed in KentuckyHe tried before Judge Carr His beAd was feed at 800 He could not glue bond and was taken the county jail at Hlokmaa BirdII A Nome Loving DIrect evidence of the return of the lAme Individual blvd ot a migrating spcoles to a particular spot season aver season U not lastly obtainable N C Doors beHevea that fee Dar uch evidence coac nilRKt a chipping sparrow at Lakewood N J A few Tears ago he hear a little hint oeD cealed In the top of a maple uttering peculiar song witch he could not recognise The next season he heard the same peculiar tang In a tree but low yards from the original polar This time he Identified the bird which seemed to have learned a wag ot Its own The third year he did net visit Lakewood at the proper cosecs to meet his little friend but the fourth year he heard and sax It agate pear the same spot It appeared always to make Its summer homo la the trees on an area net more than two aorta la exttnL Youths Companies FwMy Leader If eras sleep were on one rile ot the tone net one of them limped over to te other side hew many were lour protxwBdml the teacher to the primary elk PanNees oMaha tiona of animal life had not l+ tea la vela dttplto her leader years Thorn repllodknaU follow Hanwrs Weekly Adams Tribute to Women The correct principle U that women are net only justified but exhibit most exalted virtue when they on the concerns of Justice of humanity and of their OodJoblQulnoy Adams The World Unfortunates Taking the statlitloa for the entire world 414 persons to the thousand are either dent dumb blind or mentally deficient The Deautlfui Though we travel the world over fled the beautiful wo must carry It with ua or wo find It not Emerson Happiness In Obtcurlty Ho U happiest of whom the world ays tenet good or badJoba Adam Britain Must Purchase FoodllutrI Great Britain It tIs said eats In 13 weeks all the 73000000 bushels a- whea wblob It Brows FruitP- hosphates Just right Cut your thirst way clean ns a whistle tartness is what you want for that Served cold they should be in the right kind of glasses All i fruit flavors Which did t sayIHELM ao ELLISONf 5 Council Proceedings yj III Ie Hckman Ky July J 1907 Council met to session this day No meeting was htld on regular neetwg night a quorum not being truant Present Mayor Dillon Councllraen Helm Hale Caruthors md Htrtwsok Minutes of last neetmg wore toad and on motion ipprovod and sinned The ftllowlHg accounts were pro Rated properly approved and on motion allowed and eke+ks onierotl issued r8r arsonists Dr L P DcaIlortLlO- JJ C Newtonpk 700 11 Lbr P M Co IqmJier and sawing l4JO Htokmon Courier printing 44M Cotton Adams plumbing and supplies9i5F L Case use of lack screwsJ40 Blison Bros nMloc 480 The Clerk was Intttoftted to to- see a ohetk to C H Hraor for street work The Clerk was testrwaioil to srricr at once two oar loads ot gravel from Ferryvttie Gravel Ballast C- On motttn further work on streets was ordered stopped ontlt arrival ot gravel Tile Mayor reported that ke had in accordance with iostrootlonc trim the Counctl at their meeting on April 17th 1907 loaned the 70000 out ot the Water Light Bond Aoaoont to Mr H F Realty for a term of six years at 6 per cant interest payable aswoaHy secured by tint mortage um real ostaU and imcsfsmMi thoreon Marshal 0 1 Carpelor umleroat kk roslgnatlon as City Marshal whereupon on motion same was no ced affective August lit out The oommittee appointed to ap- pRise the Water Light Plant leas ed by the city to the Hickman Ice k Ceal Co presented the appraisement which was accepted and on notion ordered tied and spread upon the recordsReport of City Treasurer for June 190Ti 0ttrnttAt PM ACDMtn To balance per May rjptrL 5110i To amount received Irons H C Helm 546- 3S172 By cheeks paW In Joae IM15 Bal to credit this aotoont S JI7 trey CAt OCOUXT To balance per May report SUI74 By amount paid out In Jane JOO Bal to credit this aooMnt3JS74 No ohange la Water II Light Bondd Account since last report W C JottmoM Qty Troas On motion Council adjourned until Thursday July 11th 107 H C HBUC Clerk Tow DILLON m Mayer Miss Willie Wtlklson and Roy Farrell both prominent young people of Mayfield Ky eloped to Fulton and were married at 9 oclock Monday night regularly We have had several complaints recently on this account from subscribers who get their mall at coon try postoffices If you are one register your kick It costs us nothing to notify the 1ostotnce De partment to look up the trouble It Is reported here on good authori ty that Jas Bolar Is to be married Sunday to a Miss Webster who lives near Mound City Ills Mr Bolar is well known here and hal- L host of friends who join with the Courier in wishing him and his bride a long and happy life I The case of Lee Holder charged with murdering his father near Troy Tenn which was appealed from the Circuit Court to the State Court of Appeals was this week continued un tIll September 5th This gives respiteHen the Supreme Court that he did at he trial in the Circuit court not a- tluscle of his anyfeeling Ice Cream In your aodn Htrnight by itsolf or its a Buiidno with fruit Hyrup UH n specialty of ours nnd will win you nonce Host freshoHt mri torialn onreftil freezing yoarH of uxporioncoLhnLs how wo do it so woll- HELM ELLISON w New Oil Wells Now test wells are starting In several sections of both the tower and tipper Kentucky oil Ids The hope of Amllng ROW producing ler rttry Is wrgfcg forward the qlera UM nor ofilllwf le ooosWerod neoeooary for nw devolepmoats Mew ftmk are repotted IB the Mt PtoBnh AeM In Wayne aunty1 where a twentybarrel will came In tail week A MtjMMrrd well It an noooeed near Parmleysrllle Two otker small strtkos are reported m Wayne oooniy A donors new rigs have keen tot tip lime Are pros poet are repotted trim Clinton and QiroocrtanJ onstattat Two wells have been oomplilirf lately In Ute hull Molly pool Operator are reowfog their sans In Wolfe oeM lotftpeosteM perebatcri of crude oRqoote 128 per tanot on the Mlor gullies The itomJard Oft Companys mosatio ate tlJ awl TS c eta rwpeotbiI Fosh Crist lade AiMMits al Ute It K A Great Opportunity Tc Txioo a Wok Jrjirowjc of it Loots has resfaoed Us sootcrfp Won prioe from U per year to SI OOMU This to one of the oldest and best semiweekly newspapers publish OIl In the Unttod 9tat s and at Ute puke of M oonfci per year no sic oat afford to be wfthoot K Pr SO oontc yes rotetve two Mg eightpage pipers rvocy weok 104 oopis a year at lost than ooooaif coat pet oopy Yowr ftionds and neighbors will sorely take advantage of this opportunity Dont fill to ton them alt about It If taken ta eoMMCtioo with the Gawk we get It for you far 49 coats or three roans for StOO Talks About Congressmen Champ Clark in kk locture at the Lojctogte Chatasgsa on Congress took ooeaston to correct what he sold seemed to be the popular Iti- eprods1 toe crookodnos of Con fresewo He declared that the majority of the ntomoers of Congress were thoroughly nontst and con soientlous men who dU their duty to their country frequently at the expense of their private fortunes and cited Thomas Reed and Private John ARea as examples of mew who had to leave Congress in order to s wre competence for their fam iliesOf course oontfctaed the speak er there arc some bad men In Con gress there was one rascal out of percentageixMr Clark said that the most im pretsivr spectacle he ever witnessed In Congress was when both Houses by unanimous vote placed fifty mill ions of dollars without restriction in the hands of President MoKlnley in anticipation of the Spanish War in 1898He said that Speaker Reed was probably the greatest man in Con gress in his day Mr Clark paid a high tribute to Senator Bailey of Texas declaring he was the greatest debator in either House of Congress Wheat threshing Is about over The farmers were favored with nice weather Only a half crop was goofMostat 90c How difficult man getbacknursing a political job for a few years I It tIs frequently easier to be sure you are right than it is to go ahead RceMrs 1died aI 14Millsbeen confined to tpr lrsix or eight reeks 0beenI u walk around for st j of t her health gave i iw the put Cw t member et the JiwYhad been s4ooe rI burled at Mt TIt servltes conduct r 11 Slelgler PrUay n EI the oamc to iH A ttspring of laup Owenimi ty SIX Ileer all Mvlm m 4 I Iholly lo Stfekoui NLUi1r l Aloe and Chas Ki The Coswier YImany ftloMk of sympathy in tht YOUR UW I t1M rwtRIA leeietlla1Ee a IIM To Meode w c son r- ihae I uwat yswcmmon j Ir- rWstasW r h1 I 1 I rrafens I t Dont fail uponbigBros Are you still kr is toe a ltri k this wok 1 ilkshad of K- yotple WHO wa- ipfe thai Is ir 11t For Sale tChIlI OWMSMt s J aoo t 1300 poet kaftttlqrt also fo 11 and a oofclc sesr r rye tight woifht hotse If eceM4 soiling owner lh t A bargain 1fI1 to iJ sell horse bugs G m Apply a Real Estate For Sale Here are some snaps and all will pay big in terest on the in vestment IGOAcre Farm in the bottom below Hicknun 200 Acres Fine Land JIll bottom below Hicktrun Two Desirable Reudcncw on the hill One House and Four I bin East Hickman House and Lot in W Hickman well Ilocated 15 Houses and LoU to West Hickman Wi11 sell one or all and a pal ing proposition About 50 Lots in UW Hickman It will paT big to build on these to rent HIOklfl2ll R88I1 601I WS ELLISON Mgs For Sale or Rent Taken look over our Ilist and set busy They are for ft Few Days Only- INIFRESTPAYING I I INVESTMENTS ave a nice piece of iHIt man lot JS feet M Jeep fenced with s TAH new residence on i never been OCCU vIed and ventilated piton ball two bed t room and kitchen cloak room two t of the very best finished t built tub cnvenlently Water- Y Ac n in the houseY yard f + 1- r i Illarge back i nt of houses This 4b1y located and its jtbfon exaggerated a nice hime will do j if tbit piece of prop r tolerated call andr t i telephone us and vateas aAd show It her sell or rent r 4 plea of property r sAlei that will prove smfnt for anyone Cahsa n Boos Store w I lIHclectlou Now Books Stationary Post Curd Notions Ito u i ur Stook Every t Ii at- etM I Klilli n t =JU1 c H 1 W Dr S K Davidson 1J F NTISTI- III M err IrHX Btar4 Hickmnn KentuckyI J P LEGGA TIE GOOD RIGS i i ral and see we dontr elpeclallyit1r4 IVPHOHK NO 119 Leo Line Boats JTntI AT IIJCIUU UemphUty apmfKaUnsIPou tnuNrwLtwUlrdA Night ut1TU Mljr Nlihl HIM I to MompliUt hIk J1f lkL minia HP UvdntMUy Ctol40ftfghtnd up t Y II HUHHKIU Alt NC SULR R J fYI AT nlcxuax- a I 44tmiotauon4- tyressE J depart SI p fii a inlauunkt II JUII2 BON Art S T DAWS ttUVlq xt IW WI r u ve la all courts In R over Ledford loreo 1 Ii KA KENTUCKY I The is corporate 4lotsOnthesmallresidencesatpresenteachtherenting it for nine abusinessI andtgnlsadjoiningI which rents for S10 This makes monthTheand it will youwant bargainin seenItI citynoground is 165 front feet by 275 feet deep is well fenced has a six room house which could not be bunt un der any circumstancf for the price asked for the whole property The house is practically new has brick foundation basement with concrete floor and celled house has tit rooms finished throughout with the best material place for stoves in every room except one front and back perch citlera at back doer city water works connection good garden spot and a nice paitic at premisuTherehouse and it makes a very desirable and pfoasant home- No 4This piece of town property is for sale only and not for rent It is a town lot 50x150 feet well fenced housa has three toms and a hall two porches Is papered and painted and In good condition It has a good orchard and out house Cheap for cash 700 buys It No SWe have for sale a three room house and two town lots in verylowchaser satisfactory limit on time purchase J50 gets il No 6We have a three room house and 4 lots in Courleys addi tion cheap and easy term with satisfactory time purshase 450 No 7We have a three room Wwse In Gourleys atkittten and 4 own lots cheap and easy terms satisfactory time purchase SSOO N8Town lots and land In acid near Gulfport Miss on which is guaranteed realization of 15 per cent on investment within year Easy termsNi 9 a 9 teem trick house on town property centrally located 9x99 feet house in good condition out houses orchard 2 cisterns Propertywell fenced 1750 No 10 Home with three rooms porch and hall in East Hlokman 6 S month No llFtn room house two storyCentrallyorhood For rent for 11 per month Call and ask us about It propertyforHIckman Good corner lot 66x95 feet neat little fiveroom frame house four rooms below one up stairs Has been built only a short lime Out buildings good fence cistern 700 cash will buy it Buy It for an investment i it rents for 510- per month Inside corporate limits No 13Asnap for the man who wants a little home in West Hick man Anew house three rooms 2 porches out buildings lot 50x109 Just over the city limits no city tax 400 buys it if you talk quick No 14A West Hickman bargain Nice fume residence two story five rooms lot 100x109 and on corner out buildings living well JO feet from house No city taxes to pay Everything new and deslr able Worth 51000 but S700 cash will buy it You must act quick Nothing but cas- hCOURIER REALTY CO H C Barrett the undertaker iis- with the Farmers Hardware Com pany Incorporated the house of quality Mr J W Temple of Union City for many years manager of the Cumberland Telephone exchange at that place died last week lIe had been In very poor neallh for sometime Many friends in Hickman and vicinity will learn of his death with sorrow The Undertaker at the Farmers Hardware Co will answer your calls promptly day or night Our good friend Mrs C L Shel by of Route One brought the Courier a bucket full of Wild Goose plums Thursday They were very fine Everything good to eat the Elite Cafe on Clinton street r Raised Hii Salary President C L Walker manager of the Hickman branch of the Men gel Box Co has received notice that his salary hat been increased S100 on the month This is a very pretty and we might add substantial compliment to Mr Walker showing appreciation of his services ard the oofldence placed In him as manager ef the business here coming as it goodfellowcompany lucky In Retting him He Is going to the top and we are glad to see him g- othe Man With Dandruffc- an now be cured Ho should buy a bottle of XKMO today KKMOdcrtrojs Uwgerm that causes the dlwaee IU usostope Itching luiUntljr prevents fall- Ing hair and loaves tho scalp In a clean healthy condition AllDracgUta For sale Gy Ilrtin Klll on- Luzcllc Last weeks items Mrs Leila Perry has a fine lot of spring chickens for InleIO B Terrott was In this vicinity last week looking for work hands C M Brown and wife attended the ire cream supper Friday night Miies Barkott and Miss Verne Drown spent last Sunday with WC Perry and wife L W Perry the Hitting merchant of Luielle was In Union City this week on basinets Sunday school at the Sassafras RWge school bowse every Sunday at 2 g a Bvery body invited to at toad Promise Ferret son of L W Fer roll aosWentaliy shot himself throng the hand one day this week Fboifcc wish an empty pistol Lightning struck Richard Mor yews barn on D X Wilsons farm end It was burned to the ground to gether with all his harness feed stuff and a Lie mare valued at 200 He had just finished harvesting twenty acres of Alfalfa Two men were in the barn when it was struck one of them Dan Arts who was working for Mr Morrow being rendered unconscious by the bolt The other man Mr retreat drag god Mr Artto out of the burning landing ALL THE WORLD Know that lUIUnlli 8naw UftlmMtl IMU hewpoflor cur Hhmnutltm Stiff Jetnu Mpntln UHolao and all p lM Uujr it try ILIM r cVlllaawrUK Any u ir who has MMNI ItalUrd Httew IJnluif Ht I a llvtncpni eof what It du All wv ak wt y Mitto ut a Utal tout 1rite1011a- IM IUU HoU by Oawilllti Drug tHere In and ll 1m A Hllltea Catholic Church Services High Mass every Sunday morn ing at 10 oclock Vespers and Benediction at 730 p m Mass every morning at 7 oolock REV W P HOOARTY CURES BLOOD POISON CANCER ULCERS ECZEMA CAR BUNCLES 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 kills the poison in the blood supply to the affected parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running lora carbuncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh ete Especially advised for all obstinate cases Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Drug gists Sl To prove it cures samp le of Blood Balm sent free and pre paid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Church Notice JPreaching at the Court House every Sunday at 11 a m and 8 00 p m Sunday School 9130 a m d Prayer meeting at 8 p m on Wednesday You are cordially invited to these services misdeed aEvery boomerang for the man who commits U Every good deed will yield a 1 jjuhdredfol harvest Do You rat 1 Then go to Ezells Restaurant and get a good country dinner 25c Watsons old stand Try us 1 ocalitej1 Barbecue July 20th Gasoline for tale at the Courier Office Miss Nellie Helm visited In Fulton last weekIR M Metheny spent Monday In Union City Miss Stella Salmon spent the Fourth in Fulton Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe What does Shaw Betlersworth sell G0 and see House for Rent see M B Shaw or Mrs Fannie Shaw 52tt Miss Frankye Reed left Thursday for Louisville to attend school Mr Sam Salmon was in Tipton ville for a few days last week Jesse Helm of Parkin Ark wai the guest of his mother last week Farmers News Scimitar and The Hickman Courier one yearSl1S Farmers headquarters for nice short ordor lunches and fruit at Grigsbys Look for the Black Front n sign of cut prices Saturday morning Miss Hattie and Dooia Carpenter are visiting the famly of Dr F M Usher in Fulton Mrs J E Fuqua and Mrs Chas Baltzer visited relatives In RIpley first of the week If you want te make your wife happy Just let Shaw Betlersworth fill that bill of groceries There are just as big fish in the sea as ever have been caughtand Its the same way with scoundrels If you keep your own councils you wont have to explain to anyone what you said to somebody else Success does not always come to him who waftsbut if he is onto his job he can get a good many tips One way to give a boy medicine is to put it on the top shelf of the cupboard and warn him not to touch- it Mr and Mrs Jim Smith and children of Mound City visited relatives in East Hickman lust weekFOR RKNT two story five room house with two halls centrally boat ed Desirable place tll per month Apply at Courier Office tf Our great Summer Sale begins Saturday July 13th Biggest bargains ever offer ed in this city Naifeh W A Johnston went to Browns ville Tenn Sunday He was accompanied home by his wife and son who have been visiting relatives at that place Why Not Whats the matter with having a big day in Hickman once a month giving a few good free attractions and local amusements advertising special bargains in every store in town and getting a lot of people here who spend their money else where It will cost us about two or three dollars eachthe business houses and It will be a big adver tisement for the town and a good in vestment for the business men A balloon ascension horse swap ping day some good music a greas ed pole boat races and a few things along this line can be put on by a committee at a nominal cost and will bring folks to Hickman But make it bargain day above everything else 1 ems I I Diamond Mining e Whfrf and Hw lit Petue-OmOr Prcurcd The story of the Kimberley dia mond mines began two generations ago when two bands of Boer immi grants fled out of Cape Colony to es cape British rule One of them says a writer in the World Today settled on a patch of gold forty miles in extent which has since become the famous Rand and yields a hundred million dollars every year In the precious metal On the other hand Burgher Jacobs offsaddled on a hundred acres of diamonds and his little claim today ccntalns an absolute monaply In these gems His children used to play in the sand with bright pebbles for marbles Neighbor Sohalk Van Neirirk saw one of the little stones toot it from the little ones with a remark that it might be valuable and the following year it was on show at the Universal exposition of Parts as a magnificent diamond of 21 carats Two years later old Van Neikirk himself picked out of the mud and plaster of neighbor Du Toits hut the famous Star of Africa which sold for 56000 That was the be ginning of the diamond mines which today employ 15000 Kafirs and 4 000 Europeans I The pits run in tubes or funnels many acres in extent evidently fore ed up ages ago by volcanic action At flat a yellow ground was found and men left the blue below this severely alone But the tint of open workings soon came to an end al though thousands of independent dig gers mode huge fortunes In a few monthsToday you will find depths of 3000 feet in the diamond mines and the bottom of the blue funnel has not yet been reached Both blue and yellow earths studded with dia moods like a geological pudding are supposed to be volcaulo mud Holes for blarting are drilled and after the blasts are touched off the crushed blue ground is conveyed to the main shaft 1500 feet from the tunnels Here the ore is dumped into buckets on wheels and drawn out of the mines by powerful engines You will see thousands of men most ly negroes earning S125 a day perched upon the blue ground rock in the tunnels patiently drilling with hammer and diisel Great stretches of ground known as the doors are marked off like tennis courts to receive the precious ore i for air rain and sun will do the work that no costly machinery could do One mine alone has five miles of dumping floors Upon their smooth surface is spread blue clay to the depth of a foot and after sev eral months it crumbles and releases the indestructible crystals within such as diamonds garnets and other stones of lesser value usually found associated with the most precious of all gems The disintegration process is helped by harrowing with steam ploughs and all such ground as remains obdurate goes into the crushing machine The washing gear is marvel of ingenuity and as the dirt and gravel pass down its plane tae diamonds are arrested by a tallowy coating This fat iis then scraped off and melted in a chaldron in whose bottom the diamonds are found like precious grounds in a gigantic coffee cup They arc taken from here to the general offices of the monopoly and sorted according rSDQnd a Pleasant I w House Painting W Paper Hanging and J Calsomining nud interior HnUh work N I attention Riven to l uUle Hulk log KMliimterurnuii Hloiiiluirt notice All work guaranteed Altu nseiiU fo Bosh k Co fine Wall Paper the tending Ullto Ilioii- efiVJ H Wilson fr Bros to the value and size Stones worth 200000 have been washed in a single dayBut the waste earth is not yet done with This is specially treated lest tallow and machinery alike should have overlooked anything of value That the precaution Is worthwhile is seen from the fact that dia monds worth 1400000 were re covered from these tailings last year A London syndicate contracts to take the entire output of the mines and all the cutting done in the continent of Europe chiefly in Amsterdam and Antwerp The stones vary enormously in quantity and fetch in the rough from SIS0 to 200 a caratThere is very little leakage con sidering the stupendous scale on which the diamond mining is done One year however a negro sorter was found to have swallowed 3 700 of stones but a colleague broke this record by swallowing 318 carats of diamonds worth 5300 The Kaf ors are constantly devil ing new modes of smuggling They will load their pipe bowl with small diamonds under a layer of tobacco and vigorously puff smoke to divert suspicionLeaves of books have been so cut that no one would think diamonds were concealed between them Other smugglers have gone so far as to inflict serious cuts upon themselves and stuff valuable stones into these wounds Dont fail to lookup our big ad in this issue Naifeh Bros Court tyouse News Co 4rme4 re Omr But sde Following real estate transfers are recorded in County Clerk Rop ers office since last weeks report- J t R Brown to Beatrice Cole town lot in Hickman 125 Beatrice Cole to will Cole town lot in Hickman- J H Peck to Geo Howell town lots in Fulton 1040 Step Fields to Dr S Cohn town lots in Fulton 600 General Barnes to Miranda Rose and L B Barnes vicinity lots in Hickman COUNTY COURT The will of Sallie A Bondurant was probated Tuesday W B Bon durant and C F Hansberrywit nesses The will of J M Morris was probated Monday H T Carr and W T Carr witnesses Willie Helm was transferred from the first section of the Dresden Road to the first section of the Troy RoadA settlement of Mrs Minnie Scenrce guardian for Myra and Zoma Scearce was flied A settlement of C C Smith guar dian for W A George was con firmed Tern Pralher jr was appointed overseer of the Short Line Road Sam McCall and N B Morris were sworn in as Administrators with will attached fof the estate of J M Morris These claims were allowed A J Johnson 24 A G Klmbro 550 W A Dodds S4- CIRCUIT COURT Those suits have been tiled with Circuit Clerk Morris since last weekC B Wright vs Julia Wright divorceJ Naylor vs A J Fletcher suit on note A Well Known Fact That no skin dlcae whether from Internal or uxternal origin cnn long withstand the two powerful gormlciurs ZKMO and ZKMOTONK 111tlC8troy this caring that caiwo tho dUeaw thy ahrcis cute Write forMtnpta hWltaw led Co Sa Louis All Druggists eel it For aide by IMttt 0 ttUtaon Floyd Naylor who has been em ployed in the County Clerks office officerof the Mengel Box Co of this cityI Telephone the news to 21 ILl 1 TTT Magnificient Bargains Offered A STUPENDOUS CLEARANCE determination to effect an immediate and absolute clearance of our tremendous stock of Summer Goods finds eiOUR in BARGAINSmade possible only by utter disregardof every items actualworth Regardless of the great advance in all lines we will place our stock of goods in this 13 days sale at less than manufacturers rtits Bargainseekers can find great satisfaction in making their Rurchases from this house during this great sale Summrr goods must move fastwe never carry goods over hence you can see the secret of our determination Come find M l compare our prices with those of others and you cant refrain from making your purchases at this fastgrowing store READ IT Money For You READ IT Doubtless you are aware of the fact that all cotton fabrics have advanced from 25 to 50 per cent but regardless of this we made big purchases before the advance and are in a position to make you the old prices and some things at niui Ih Less Than They Can Be Bought For at the Mills Today Scotch Lawn standard color worth 7 124c8 12jcB- est fancy dress Lawn worth 12 12SCi ii ii 159cWb- iteIndia Linens worth 8 Sc i H ii 1212 9c II It 17 12 12 l2c 25 18 l2c White cross barred dress Lawn worth 1SlQcW- hite dotted Swiss worth 2010Wh-itewaisting goods worth 1S1lcU 2S19c1 2b14cCalico good prints 5C Fancy embroidried waist pattern worth 20098c Dress goods gray plaids value 352lcII i 7539cGing- hams value 12 12 to 1S9c1 171212 12c Pure linen dress goods comes in red light blue green and linen color 18 l2c 52 inch wide Panama doth dress goodS9c 5II Mohair all colon S9e- 45x36 inch wide 1 48c Danish clothS 18c All wool Dress Goods large plaids worth 7539R Big lot of woolen Dress goods few yards in a piece some enough for suit worth 50c to SI sale price J8o Big lot of remnant silk 19 inches wide28cO- ne yard wide black taffeta silk 96c One yard wide taffeta silk blue white gray and brown 88c Nice line waitting goods 25c values HC Weite Linen Table Cloth worth 6542 l2cH ii i i 50 3Jc I IS II ii 40 ==2c Red Linen table cloto worth SOc29cBil- liot of Sllkllne 10c Bed Spreads 150 values 98 200 valueslSLa-cewindow Curtains 3Sc values19c each 4 1165cc Talues38c200 Henderson COrsetl48150 1 98c 200 American Beauty COraetl9150 It 98c 5ScIt a 48c 70c It 24c Cheese Cloth all colors w 5c Brown Domestic worth 7 125c12 12 7 Me Brown Domestic worth 107i2c good value worth 7 Sc CanvusingJcCottonCheck Ginghams worth 10 7c Percales light and dark worth 12 l2j9cOne big lot of fancy Mohair with changeable effect worth SO2OcBe-dTicking worth 2521c1016cDress Skirt worth 75048II 500298200 98c tRbwthe date begins j 1 Saturday July July 27th Mens Pants worth liO 985- u s 209 N1T8250 acid JOO I 4 M 118 u 1 4Z and S 00 Boya Knee Pants worth 4to Rd c a 75e i17MenlblueMens Overalls worth 4So IBr 1 6IOc48cWe are determined to reduce this stook re gatdless of prices No matter what you want we will try and lit you Our prices will be your in ducement We handle the best tines of shoes countryMens worth 15098cMea- slow cut and high shoes worth 200148M- ens Shoes worth 250 sale prlccl 9 1 275 and 300229and low cuts worth 400 and 450J241 357268M-ens Stacy Adams oxfords patent and Viola special lot398Me-ns Stacy Adams fine oxfords and shoes patent and viol worth 600 and 700498N- ice line stylish hats worth 150980II 225 148 HOO and 350224John B Stetson Hat worth 500 348 tOe nice Utf skirts sole pa4us166a ScII M SI it t 4k 100 1 II M N AJt125 H = =175 11 1f5 soil iShIrt and ile JSe S ale Static Sense Drawers J4e It- M 411 MMM Suspenders 21 and 103tS vaise1 SOa rate CrI Re- Soealal Mac ef gwM linen sstkrs iIa lcens half hose 7I IScII It IDt- ISc h We J3 to 401 It 40 Mens Jplcce suits 600 and 700 TIcs24Selms 2pieoe suits 150 altlcl419BMens 3pieoe suits 1000 v1ueS9II It 1350 to 1500 v11uoa-u S 2000 values 12N black 2000 valuesl1DB Young JclIevaluos 59A 8118BoysI 1 J302JI11 It It S 1950e100 mens kid cloves 75S 125 98c opportunity Naifeh Bros Dry Goods Co- HICKhAN KENTUCKYwill closed Thursday and Friday IIand 12- to 1 goods which will be sacrificed Salesmen and Salesladies wanted UMr kirt coM value vug IS 11 M U rt MM w1vertTt I Lsuttlas Waits worth II II4 5 WMte UMtt UmW ta wftOi LffN N 1 aM1 aUrdtudCG 7ke n ISO vaUss r i tchost aoaltltero Dfidb kcP4 lIuMs hUGi wirtb Stlt 1 N 4- N H 111 Lcllollhrt U tall MIen Atlas Iwg elMJ301a Mgftmt 100 bliss Urt lt lavuNtec raM vntoc II tIt 7 Turn over ocHrfts M 12 1 Y and lie aMfcriery 7 1tc vmtirtWory Grid sawn 600 value II 1 7So value Boll flMlcn spooll tkriSii BesliaHte snide ntt ever S- tomers OJtantl to Ladies Mac pinkMIacltroxD1 Mack ue IS 1 S Ladfos hue vahie JS 4 M U JIg woUIngs JOoIf 4 Hlae ne a f zf9rds rw rth 450 to J 10 1 200 SI II 5 150 Ie Iwhite lanvasM SI II U Ie I H Mlsies zAkttls If iftac tot tf titles 2 00 and 110 II15Q a pairs 21w M U h s t SDfIIIAmerlaan girl JOO shjMil 250 1 JOt good leather gloves 125 135 parse hide and buolc trig1vci 175 suit sues sale prT JL 200a u J50 and f4 I II- U400 It 600 and 8 1 Nine line of fancy ribbon torhS Never in tho history ofour bUBine8B has goods been offered at such priccH Remember nil MOH of goods have ndvuncod but vVnra r III reimrdloHH of this dmrto reduce our stockand givo the greatest to fill needs atyou your a groat reduction If you do not attend this sale will lose Come earlyAll goods guaranteed satisfaction you money to give if they do not exchangeyou may or get your money back during this sateI 18thand doMS Saturday I Diucr SOQand600 Ml Our house be July I I mark down f 1 I rav it 1 1 luod l It t 1 1 Ii 4 iLook for the Black Front loodirnai n J B h i 1u 1u r T r The Passing of Mankind f y r KNOW NOT HOW TRUE IT MAY DE v- lf i GIVE IT TO YOU AS TWAS TOLD TO ME T w llrtfl mil fit pen at thli office Juetibe Courier Officer q p nUh4th In Milan r Salted Peanuts at 4 p t y rget to go to DeBowi I F ItI1Q was the guest of It week fit returned from AI J I auoSaturday u ohnson ti the gues u Newbern Tenn 7 I hr cask grocer has t i ttte grocery line gulag wt youIc turday July 20th H hardware tinware ih table and pocket writ slp4Nt Thursday r B Mrs Seatci at Union I TK left Monday night V h to lie gfrteiseveral And Met L1nR y JNc SOb a MtncII bisrg If iheCiurler I e vtooMtl sell tr rent l roim tyoamorc tins the family of nier sham preached at the rtibytortaa Church Itay sIL- iJ i oper of the Gtnain died Rev L W Wedaoaday- it Aert 1 What When f Miwotthi Hlikman re of groceries ever w All the time j sot last Heinz flak Preserves and prepar j aucc at DeBairs- T W T Carr Sass b Morns of Fulton 1 County Court MonII T 4 t Saltnen vent te last week to visit attend a revival meeting rePres and Tat Claser iait Thursday morn rgia Lee They spent t the 4th in Fulton Our great Summer Sale gins Saturday July 13th gcst bargains ever offer in this cityNaifeh 1 M Reid and Mist Jessie Tuesday for the James r on They will make- uP rut before returning M Hubbard and wife andI Fes Misses Lily anjlI Pft Monday night for I J 11 to be gone severali IfC j Jj rt1 Thomas left this week r JF in Medina Tcnn She W guest of her sister U Johnson for several t =AA 4444 44 Helm EllisontIYe thcr Forecasts Saturday = Fair weather Sundayt + Monday Fair weather Tuesday Local rains- Wednesday Storm period I Thursday HeAvy rains e FridayYFair weather a sODAPandIx Jrlnlu at our fountain GXT Tssr AZJT 1IlUAU XENTUC- 1tYmnwwnntvVVVVVV V VVtl 177 US that S Miss Kate Reid is visiting in Fulton CourierOffice Co to DeBowi for machine and black oil Fresh Crisp Salted Almonds at the Ie KarA nice lundh on short notice at the Elite Cafe N Nalfeh IIs back from a trip to New Mexico Vaulx Cavitt returned from May field SaturdayIIMiss Bonnie Carpenter was In 33 Unlen City Tuesday When In need of gasoline come to the Courier Ofitae lost Miss Dude Roper of Route Ftwr was In town Tuesday to Mr L B Joaei of Arlington wits in town Moeday on business n- cao to DeBows fr skiff ears log rules snatch Wicks tewMate MeDade of Fullo was te HMcma oo busUoH bwryrIjj- J H Russell te Lire agent has been on the ttak Ibt thus weekT Joe M Wiley sends to the Cour ier office this week a cotton HOMO HTryw coffee ycu wfll Hke It At DeNows Jerre Malene of Untoa OtyItdews to attend the g M dINt on the foortfa Edward Prather and Harold De flow saw the tacos at Mayfield the 4thA woman never forgives a man for forgivtflg her for net forgiving Mm Mrs Martha J Paris spent Saturday and Sunday with Unten City friend Look for the Courier Realty Coi proposition in this issue Itwnl Interest yu Phone number SI for H CaBarrett the undertaker Night phone number 164 The colored people of Hickman will held a big celebration In thh ilty August nth B B Sanders of Caruthersvllle Mo was on the streets mixing Ubtl friends this week W M Dames rclurndl from Cairo Monday where he has been spending a few days Miss Daisy Smith of Bellleb Tenn Is visiting 0 D Cole aDdI family on Reute Two Mrs L V Gregory of Jackson Tenn Is the guest of her niece Mrs Harry Holeombe a Rev H C Johnson left Tuesday morning for Rutherford Tenn toI attend district conference J H Downard the popular paper drummer representing the Louisville Paper Co was In town Tuesdaye Mr and Mrs R R Rogers children visited her mother Mrs J i Sexton in Marston Missouri lastII weekWhy Iis the young man who pro10 I poses at night like a flower Be cause he Is knight blooming seriousJohn Davie of Portagevllle Mo is in the vicinity of Hlokman this week Visiting his relatives and friendsMrs J W Busart nee Mary Gautschi of Memphis Tenn formerly of Hickman has been visiting friends and relatives in Hickman for several days Capt H A Tyler and Miss Marie Brevard returned home from their eastern trip Wednesday They have been gone about cne month John E Nelson and sister Miss Victoria and Rev L W Swanner went from here to Caruthcrsvllle this week to attend the revival meeting beginning there on the llth A O Caruthers received a new automobile the latter part of last week The motive power Is steam IS h pand the car is one of the latest and speediest patterns Arch U leamtog to chaffcur this week ITry the Couriers Want Column I Fresh Crisp Salted Peanuts at the K KoSee the Courier Realty Gos Jar gain list Miss Haxelle Johnson has been sick this week Mm Shaw was here from State Line yesterday v DeBow for chicken feed crushed oyster shells Always on land Dr W W Richmond and Bullock hereTuesday J P Blvcns wife and daughlcr home from a visit to friends in I Newfcern Tqnn J C Morris crIme over from Henry centy Tuesday He will reeve here in the fall Nick Holeombe Ic wearing the gun medal thlweek He broke birds at the shoot Wednesday eveningLee Campbell was In Mound Ctiy week lie acted as pilot on the New Sunny South from Mound City Htokman The Christian Endeavor will meet Sunday evening at 6 i4S at the Cowrt House Miss Grace Wilson lead the service Mrs J C Newton and children home several days ago after visiting relatives In Jackson and several places in Mis awl for several rooks Helm k WHoons thermometer reg 130 degrees one day tbtc The Metna oat was In the son but when it reached that point was taken InI the store Mrs Wm Templetoa of Hlokman who has boon quite ill at the rest dace of Toss CaUahaa where sheds vistting is reported better tedayII Pwitofl Record TuoldayII A party of yowig people chap 1 eroned by Mrs L P Elllion and Mra E B Prather enjoyed a boattt ride Wednesday evening on the new gasoline lannob belonging to Mr i John Bryant Mrs J W Roney and children west to MoKcntic Tenn Wednesday and will be absent visiting reiI several weeks J W accom panted her to McKenzIe but returned the same day Regular services at Graves School- House next Sunday afternoon at three ooiook The Three Ages of Bible will be discussed by F H Vemor This will be a chart I sermon Every body invited DrP S W Luton has returned frost Chicago where be went to an operation performed for or troubles of the facial nerve He says he has gotten complete relief He Is attending to his practice again Look for the Black Front sign of cut price Saturday morning lames Hornsby aged 55 died Tuesday night at his home a few miles north of Fulton as the result of an attack of paralysis The news 1wal received with deep regret as Mr Hornsby was at one time a resident and business man of Fulton Interment occurred at Beelerton grave yard Mr Vaulx Williams and Miss Eva Love were married in Tennessee Sunday The wedding was a sur prise to their friends Miss Love resided in Fulton and is a slater of Mrs Shade Murchison formerly of Hickman but now of Fulton Mr Williams lives near Hickman and was until recently a part owner of the Elite Cafe Congratulations- The following spent the 4th at Dr Hubbards farm 1 Misses Ruth and Annie Ellison Louise Atwood Annie Cowglll Virginia Prather Charlotte Hubbard Marguerite Fuqua Iily Hubbard Betlie DeBow Idle hate Louise and Nell Rogers and Messrs Hugh Ed Curlln Edgar Naylor Ferdie Maddox Arthur Hale Willie Amberg Henry Sanger Thos Pra ther Ascher Kennedy Cowgill Rogers Mr Clark and E R Ellison and wife E B Prather and wife Dr J M Hubbard and wife T T Swayne and wife and C P Shumate and wife An enjoyableI outing is reported n Hickman Furniture Co tb INCORPORATED East of Wo carry at oil times tho largest and most complete assortment of Rockers Bedroom Suits but Tables Iron Beds Oats MattrcHsee Safes Din ing Chairs Kitchen Cabinets Lawn Settees andgUI Swings Comforts Pillows Window Shades Chiffoniers So in the city and wo invite ovoryrat ono to call and see what wo hiivo to offer in tho furnituro lino j OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT last Is the largest and most complete in every detail Mrs of any in Western Kentucky last We keep an experienced undertaker in the building both day and night also on Sunday last C TKLJSPIIONE NO 20 Look Here The Courier and The Twicea Week Republic for 140 a year The Courier a year and the Republic three years for 200 On rural routes the Courier a year and the Daily Repubho a year for 250 With any of these orders we will Include Farm Progress a year for 5 extra This Is the biggest offer you ever saw and takes effect at once Notice We will on Saturday July 20 IfOT at 3 pm let a contract to bvtM a levee In Bayou de Chela hot tom en Uwten Church road near Uoion Cbtirob Also a ISOfoot bridge at the same place The con tract will be let at the place where the work is to be done W A NAYLOR J W WILUAMS R A BROWDEX Committee Church Notice At the Christian Church StlOOayII Bible School at 930 a m i Regular Preaching and Communion Service at 1045 a m subject The Opera lion of the Holy Spirit Evening service at 7 45 subject To Whom Shall We Go Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening F H VBRXOR Minister A special to the prescfrom Nash yule the home oUce of the Cumber land Telephone Co says the cut rate for night messages will be abol ished all over the Cumberland Tele phone system The Injunction sought in Jackson Miss today to prevent railroad commissions from interfering with the company in the change is the first move toward the abolition of reduced rate The com pony claims that the reduced rate at night has caused persons to delay their business till night not only re suiting in more or less congestion but necessitating that the company keep offices open in many places late at night to handle the business The date for cutting out the reduced rate isI not announced C L Carpenter has tendered his resignation to the City Council as Marshal of Hickman Mr Carpen ters resignation will take effect August 1st He has net definitely decided what he will do in the future R Glaser is In Buffalo N Y His brother recently died and he has gone to help settle up the estate W S Burne4j proprietor of Moscow Roller Mills was in our city on business Wednesday Malted Milk Served nt our fountain cold1 All tho pleasure of a thirst destroyer with foot- value of tho host Good for people with delicate digos tlona HELM ELLISON Woodland Mills Miss Nellie Marshall visited Miss Harper Monday Mr John Hllllard we are glad to say Iis convalescingIIIIE Miss Lassie Curhn will open her school at Garrlgan Monday Miss Fannie D Brasfield was employed as music teacher in the Gleason College last week Misses Moselle Brasfield andl a Lucyile Btirrus are the guests ofr Mho Irooe Brasfield in Gleason Terra this eekmMisses Lassie Curlln and Myrtle Harper returned home Friday morn lug from McKenzie where they attended the Teachers State InlttIe tutedThe Public Debt The monthly report of the public I debt shows that al the close of the I fiscal year June 30 1907 the pubic debt leas cash in the treasury amounted to 878596755 which is a decrease for the month of 16i 185 775 The cash in the treasury was Increased during the month by nearly 11000000 The debt is recapitulated as fol i lows Interest bearIng debt 894834 i 380 Debt one which interest has ceased I since maturity 1086715 Debt bearing no interest S401I 257097 Total 1297178192 This amount however does include 1160008869 in certificates and treasury notes outstanding which are offset by an equal amount I of cash in hand held for their re demption The cash in treasury is classified as follows Gold reserves 150000000 Trust fundlSl160St6G- cneral funds 192593810 In national bank 181700053In treasuy 3723353 Total 1638027036 against which there are demand outstanding amounting to 1269 445649 which leaves a cash balance on hand of 481581 Mrs Jno McKee Mrs Sadie Bell McKee wife of Jno F MoKec died at her borne In Wet HIckman Tuesday of this week after an illness of five days and was bulled at the City Cemetery Wednesday morning The funeral services were conducted at the residence by F H Vernor of the Chris tian Church She was only 19 years of age and had not lived in Hickman but a few months having como here from Union City at the time of her marriage She was a daughter of Mr R S Speed The Courier ex tends sympathy to the bereaved husband and parents Card of Thanks nelgbd hors and friends who so kindly rendered assistance during the late ness and death of my wife May Gods choicest blessings rest upon each of them JNO F McKEE Dorena Items Chas Larue went home to spend fourthN spent the fourth in Prairie Rev Lucas preached to the people Locust Grove Sunday Mrs T L White has been sick is now imrjroring Mrs Byassees family were the of Mrs Jessie Lee Sunday Mrs Conrad and daughter of Chicago are here visiting Joe Con Protracted meeting will begin at Locust Grove the tint Sunday in AugustMessrs John Bryant and John Dick had business In Charleston week Mr and Mrs Polhamus visited Barret of Wolf Island one day week Mrs Patterson of Hickman spent week with her sister Mrs B White Little Willie Upton of flames Ridge came in the country Saturday- on businessThurman Pickett came over from Hickman Tuesday to stay on the farm awhile Mrs J 0 King spent the fourth Hickman visiting her sister Mrs Pickett Some of the young people from here went to the show at Hickman Monday night The barbecue at Mr J D Pick etta on the 4th was quite a success large crowd attended Bill Hinshaw and family of Hick have been over in the neighborhood several days visiting relatives Deputy sheriff J O King and Constable N L Parks transacted business at Black Bayou Mon Mrs Nannie Lawrence returned- to her home last week in Blytbes vllle Ark She has been visiting relatives here Mrs Kittle Henderson of Hick man who has been visiting relatives at Wolf Island passed through here Saturday enroute back home Sheriff George W Cupp and deputy came down from Charleston last week with two Wood hounds to hunt for the crazy negro woman Jordan Mrs Mary Alexander has been quite sick bugle better now Murphy Pondurant left Thursday a visit to relatives in St Louis Dr H E Prather and family 1lpent Thursday with R Y McCon nellMrs E C Carter and Miss Annie spent Sunday with Miss Inez Bin fordMiss Annie Johnson of Cayce Is the guest of her cousin Miss Jane McConnellMrs Tlghlmanof Kenton spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Marshal DeBow sArden Johnson and Millie Brans ford were visitors of Mrs R Y McConnell Tuesday spentCISunday with the family of Will Lof ton near Union City Miss Maggie Waynlck after seve ral weeks visit wth Miss Farrar McConnell returned home Friday J 0 Barnes has purchased the Forsythe grocery store In West Hickman j also the building and the residence of Mr Forsythe The trade was made Monday RUMAGO The M IWno Thai MAKES RHEUMATISM GO hUMVUO rraotMw to the root el llir dic MU ttChe1oo Maori din Ijr on Ib martr MM pint awl kill he muw of nbeUBMltem HU MA HO Cures Rheumatism Ousts eHljr M eoU A k your dnpid f r It c wrtu to tit tl1altd lid u ImKlo THRU THE JANES MEDICINE CO Parts Tenn 1 ABSOLUTELY The Besto e 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 Le ford RandleII J +fsiiislbilselVidasiV 77 Meet Your Friend- s4at t LAUDIRDALrS IfTONSORIAL M P ii Best in Hkkraan Hot and 4cold baths i electric lights tand tans hydraulic chairs l- t and everything for comfort tC11tSt Kidman Sr Next door to Jones Cafep 3outFeiStarBest In the South I Give it a fair trial and see what happens Leave laundry at Smith AmbergsIor notify me and I will oall for It Basket leaves Tuesday FRANK SMITH Agt One of the largest pipe contracts awarded in some time has been made by the Columbia Gas and Electric Company for 1JO tallow of pipe involving the large sun of 5000 000 The ceapay Y li ccnstrcct a pipe line from West Virginia to Kentucky and Ohio It will range in diameter from ton to twenty inches The National Tube Company trill furnish most of the material J THE SMILE teatwMttea + euKappenobbys lace one owe IMUU et whlteh Orvntn Venal tuba the tret worn medMite Why aet- kep that MlM em bnl ri tale 1f9t keep thlf HtMlMiMMi b ml yet will serer ere nujr tMHK else bwimHH OR titi taeo Mri H Hta cwctl okra wrlto Mr trby was pe vtli sad rdfHl Would set rat niHl I fwrtd ke w uM ill I UMM a bunI ol ttbliea Omtrn Venniruue aIM h hu IMM lea a auk tar Nos HeW Uj OowglllS Lrwr HKtro task A lldra A HllltOH Milton W Paris of Mexico Mo has leased the Evening Record Fultons new daily from the Scott Baird Printing Co We are well acquainted with the Regular Bap list published at Mexico of which Mr Paris was recently a foreman and none but a firstdoss news paper man could hold that position on the paper mentioned Sorry to see S S Soott retire from the business i he was making a good paper of the Rdcord Heres our best wishes for tbe new management Ill stop your pain tree To show you flrst before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will trail you free a Trial Package of themDr Shoops Headache Tablets Neuralgia Headache Toothache Period pains etc arc due alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simp ly kill pain by coaxing away the un natural blood pressure That is all Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Sold by all dealers Not 20 but 21 Thats our telephone number When you know any news of local importance pleaser dont hesitate to call us We are A to have all the local happen jpTw Perhaps you have a visitor re you told us about it r 1L1 Some women are always on th go is the extravagant remark one often hears and it is not always the expression of envy Strange to say these are those who think women do too much traveling Bless our souls they dont do half enough The woman whose world is in the four corners of her house even though she be intellectually above the aver age and surrounded by evidences of wealth and line taste is necessarily more narrow minded and bigoted than her stater whose mental vision has expanded under the influence ol new scenes and balmier skies tree from mental perplexities or drudger los She who has boon ea the go occasionally is the bettor mother the more intelligent helpmeet and the sweetest companion MOOLDVfUNO WIVBL It is very true that almost any husband who is attlcted with a bad wife or imagines he is has only himself to blame for it i has only proved his own incapacity for the married life A wifes aemands arc usually simple enough K not always lustand these tpIwttk she is likely to be alt the most exacting spouse could askto be loved hotter than any me else in the world and to have her own sweet way Iin all things If she oem achieve the latter end without seeming to do It so much the better s she is philosophical enough to be satisfied with the reality of power whoever has the sea lance Besides the majority of omen are married at an age when heir characters are stilt mobile and plastic and can be shaped in the- IIMNldo a bacbandsswill At least so the husbands are fond ef fanoyhrg and if mistaken beings they are fteaer shaped than shaping they are happy in never knowing It SATURDAY NIGHT RBVERlBt Saturday night stems to have the- happy faculty of making people human j set their hearts to beating softly as they used to do before the World turned them into war drums and Jarred them to pieces with tattoos On Saturday night the ledger closes with a clash the iron oored vault comes to with a bang click goes the key in the lock It Is Saturday night and the business breathes free again Homeward ho I The door that has boon ajar aU the weeic gently closes behind him tbe world is all shut out Shutout Shut in rather At home are hisI treasures after anand net in the vault and not in the book save the record in the old family Bible and not in the bank Maybe you are a bachelor frosty and forty Then poor fellow Saturday night Is nothing to you Just as you are nothing to anybody Got a wife ilueeyed or blackeyed but above all trueeyed Get a little home no matter how littlea sofa jjust to hold two or twe and a half in It on a Saturday night and then read this paragraph by the light in your wifes eyes and thank God and take courage How many a kips has been given how many a curse how many a caress how many a look of hate boW many a kind word how many a promise bas been broken how many a soul lost how many a loved one lowered into the narrow chamber Weak KidneysWe- ak KldMTt isrilr point to weak kldacj UIeStomach ruI4D4a medleiiM ipdflollr P PAred In hath tlwae JldneutooeIIc4taa wtlUII roar tick aches or U weak 1U UM urine JOUlaYUIIIPtoNofdtaeaaUTPFehoopaltatoraUvaramIbTabiatorLqutd do roe res IinmUtrooaa 4 and N11I ShoopsRestorative ALL DEALERS HelplHelp m Falling Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair was saved This was because Aycrs Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine FalllnR hair IIt caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroy these germs Then the healthy I scalp gives rich healthy hair Tltltd JetIr a teslsrnenkl I BelU for Oyer W a IT 5- atMt N J ewv r war rtCTOellEl 0 how many a babe has gone from earth to heaven how many a little Drib or cradle stands silent now which last Saturday fight held the rarest ef treasures of the heart A week is a life A week to a history A week marks events of sorrow and tladnets which people saver heard Go1M to your familywant of ojtfctu I Go borne you heartcr ring vandererlI Go home to the chair that awaits you wronged waif on IHei breakers I Go home te those you love wan of Ml and give one night to the Jays and comforts fast flying by i Leave your boors with complex ftgvres your duty shop your busy store I Rest with these you lave fur Cod only kcwt what the next Saturday night will bring yon I Draw dose around the family hearth j Saturday night his awaited your earning in sadness in tears and silence Go home to those yen low and as you bask In the loved presence and meet Ui return the loved taerace ef your beams pets strive to be a better man and Mess God for giving his weary ehfldrea so dear a stepping stone in the river te the eternal as Saturday night TABLE TALL Yen wffl And that a groat deal of character is Imparted and received at the table Parents toe often forget this t and therefore Instead of swallowing your feed In sullen fiance i instead ef brooding over your business I Instead of severely Utkhtg about others let the con versation at the table be genial kind sociali and cheering Dont bring dfeagreeaUe things to the table te your conversation any more than you would in your dishes For this reason too the more good company you have at your table the better for your children Livery conversation with company at the table is an education to the family Hence the intelligence and the reAnemcnt and appropriate behavior of a family which is given to hospitality Newer fell that intelligent vttitars con be anything but a blessing to you and yours How few have puce bold of the fact that company sad GIft versation at the table are no small part of education BE KIND IK LITTLE TMINOS The sunshine of life is made up of very little beams that are bright all the time In the nursery on the playground and in the schoolroom there Iis room all the time for little acts of kindness that cost nothing but are worth more than gold and silver To give up something when giving up will prevent unhappiness to yield when persisting will chafe and fret others 5 to go a little way around rather than come against another to take an ill word or a cross look rather than to resent it s these arc the ways in which clouds and storms are kept off and a pleas ant smiling sunshine secured even in a humble home among very poor people as well as in families in higher station Much that we term the miseries of life would be avoided by adopting this rule of conduct Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Pleas note it is made alone for Piles and its action Iis positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its Ulc1 501ceDtl I Power of the Country Press The country paper iil Itr Inter things In tojtalniion IIn die hI icnnty convenlieru U1 a to mt writer on the rural pre ani- e quotes in support to his IIIIi r tit following statement Itrope a mkt liewest eoogreeeman The power of the country press kv WMbmtten surprises Mi baring my two terms I Mates Meta Nonetce d- witb it eoMUnUf 1 dooot Usher is A Ingle calm eUeraoce Ir nn- paper m the United Slats thai 4 c snot catty some weight In Washing CoItr1Ywlittle courtly enact Mjre d rs not amount W and thing but it means A grral Deal ore thou most pcui realise When the nimiry edit r who is toektttf miler nothiiif lH tike platy printing ghee t xpfetMOu u erne rational idea Moot a nation qarstkw the men oft here in anti grew kaow that it canto trout the gram rate The lobby the big rallrofc lawyers and that class cf people raUue the power of the prose lath they hate II I have heard data talk about it and shut their heads and say Too much power tore t The san M mow pworfsl titan mosey The wdier goat oa to tepbaeia the power 91 the rural Meat toua Tkc smolUet odMocal paragraph loll Ute neUUciaa oi the oondttioa m that papers vosnnuaMy fat he knows that It is pat there basis the edteor isms fMfcervd the idea from MMM ewi whom he tnMHa ac a loader and the feNttdaii ktwro ppfeximateJy wto that Isadcr II So UM ota mtg sailor often emits a power of whisk he kowal thou The stocks of eeontry w tiakbiea which may be son en UM dMa d osgtwalna attest the tnnlb t ibis triovtc to UM power of the owiu prose It repvesomVs UM usncy to phial the tepr- shuhi he Live and M white hM he sho M be alsit and faithful 11 registers its sontimsm and molem the rite and fall of the peNOn 1 stock ef the repcoseolaavc TU muslin of a cooniry ncw oap r tin rood toteftTgenUy honnUy aand carefully mott make for dIM pelHIec and pure DsaoeamyTees nalsanwill moA you free w prove 9hopaltes1orattve Dysprpsm The Heart or The Kid neys Troubles of toe Stomach Heart or Kktoey an merely symp toms of a deeper ailment Do1 make the common error of trenlag symptoms only Symptom treat went is treating tit result of yon ailment and nut the eaves Wea k Stomach nerves the imnMe nerves meats Stoatacl weaknes always And the Heart and Kidney as welt have their ceotrollmc or hntd nerves Weaken these oerves and you inevitably hen weak vital IlhoopsRoeoratwe other rowdy ever claims to treat the maid aervei Also for bloat ingbillioaMMM bad breath or corn RntmaskeeWakenook Dr Sheep Kacio Wt The Restorative te sold by all dealers Charleston Me te building another room to their city jail HlcklUn has a calaboose that she dent use since She abolished saloons and will sell at a bargain CURlS CHILLS AND FEVER wyi118 yaaa 1 be eouM as lino mar Ihlae tbnt wetiM Ml iwr uu 5 OM llarfeMw nit wife will MM bMp IMNM wMlM t II 11M- MIUte wH Iwo awk 1w It Pte tioN a OuwKlMS Irus Mien iMit law A NU ileA Take that deed mortgage or affidavit to the Notary Public at the Courier Of- 1ceHave You- a Boy StKI HIM TO si Vincenls college Cape Girardeau M- oM tr1 Write for a catalogue j Is Your Bathroom Modern f Irk It nor dont yaw thick It ti wstth yew 11IMO CWHOWWI mi remodel or rMM k sfsmax 1 11we w et lavc too many uMptiU Ar dw t1 self said faradiy erpeokHy the great xg atfenn k IIJjWrg W si tNog8rew to the MaW ji omd or n k beMrnVU D nw 1 ftr to ray slr than fat doctor Ufc rMtihinc from dohser I Fr 1 II I e r t t I UIIJIIJ1Jfy the beer buhrocm sewf fsanw iamtanl Iwrtiehln Pmammded wntU entwHldoNdly gtann +nd by the makers W f lfIear s4msst A canfcrwwt ttith M wet 0w brnvnudeit Cotton P Adonis I =r L 17IrI1erS 9 teeFChItSt th CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety IsPillc Buss 1WI offsr to dopoglfeore I It dui6 art of sooondury ilnl teaQJOfl tld frHtwnntcG lOGmioit your jnlronn rectajNU M I H Bl JO EUVK ANt tldbnte Q1EbS II HUUiA- i j j c iioymiitAST tIIr IlIllflll1 j 14tt XlItJlt It JI iSliKli nr J Jt IIt tCL T A IHIIrTHtll I 6 6tI Will build you A HOMEON 1CAHY MONTHLY IA tt i I IIt will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the why cumnlitc Hue of mrfMtng mf bardwartub and doors to M found In Uie ofo are right You be the Judge j call and tee A DCDDSI Sott1Vt 1 at j I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISH K Tom Dillon Sr Prop soc sor to 1 C K + Marble and Granit- eMonuments CURBING STONE WORK of i Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTICKY CUMBERLAND TELEPlIONETELEGRIII tij 1X801 rOIATkt Long dlstnnoo linos and tolophonoi t f this Company onnblo you to talk aim t anywhoro In Southorn Indiana Southcti Illinois Kontuoky Tonnossoo Mlsslsslt f I and Loulalann Wo can put you In quI and satisfactory communication with U n pooplo of this groat section of tho country Wo Bolloltyour pntronngo Ratos ronsor ablo Equlpmonts and facllltioa unsur pnosod MMe IOALDWI LtttANUXt Do tv1e 5 = Better Printing For ILess Money L THE COURIER N = I= = 1 I i a