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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I J i11OKMAN ONEW I IS THE BEST TOWN TO THE SQUARE INCHS IN THE U S WHY LOCATE IN A DEAD a il1m j- dq Ate4THE HIeKM1N eUR1 ER Fulton JJt Offltlal uJuL 1T I1JtfIl r n j d Tam fAt Pulls the Commercjal 1 WflJn rhl Iiup MJ JuurJr lw a Spankin Good Turn Grease the Axles at Your Wagon Old Men and Lets Hitch UpII 1 jl KO M WBiTWH rBKTDOKT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1908EBTABLIk N0 9710 l- ylcv iN THE TEAR mi f AIir s K Davidson 1r NTISa h a eye lmK Store fCkmanKentucky 1J d t Taxpayers five not paid their io so at onoe and garnlshoro paidfc k Mid Arkaruawrfndeo popular r roepts arc making tdta miwaniays UM stow to town v oight OW Arkan than on averagei hehonee waokapsNy IItbdfd the plaT lIke Aw thcntoy tenters hr mountain dtsttku w r he days of slow iIdly lie k the er O1 John logers n the mtwntalM M T seat to Si LOOM re moan time the vtt y ovate tint lie to an frtabta aN sorts of together pr P sag mtlulaye slim Y her woman Hay t lOa of a SU Louit t tot110 =10i i y daring onoountexi p1acod in tail but ueal with Ute vfl +e it laM own TOW and v wig hers marrie it a vary eapabk 4 rdbMtf tnd tokolM r ti 1and wnjne The y appUtU with asesry rrt with noMe oa I M soil frsis C Ida arms Okie on Md HMb- hickon feed good Ilatek te tkates Retired scrip or cashier i o4Ik a promt- jitckmanJ during the + rod whieh were utuod- in Bask have ptteti tired Those which will be as first at they the bet lovely now We nudti of profpsrity fig been rostcrod and m droriatton The r been changed from ub in our looal flnan And the pretent year one of the best in out- SlSlelll t c I and nccoracy used by diamond deal Ihe stones are exceed lf It Iis necessary that weightIshould be exact and his financial affairs it account will record juil with system your en It iis safe simple and I F Ipay by check yuur accoun- tHICKMANTHE BANK HICKMAN KENTUCKY o E3333333- l J January Forecasts events tteTafaapprohspyglauJoeCOAWMSI IwentIeOMtrCMJIPtbe Nagasaki wavy yards aid will MUd only twentyseven more war strips The pees oo Roosevelts future for this month will be that he will become a Con resan actor be I geIMArmoNd Mr Bryan will walk around the Democratic nombxuion Manypicalooey will continue thy rking out of range sad flying tight u Mr Bobackrise to nm when they MC you com ing and sometime during the month Mr Morgan will decide whether he hat all the money he wants sow or if he will continue the pack Attar the JOU we shall be under the Influcnc the water curiaeeorrier the of the Zo algaPrsMbillec ty more storm centers boote will two autbcr il1e Ilit ROttR g ssutb of the Mown Ie Alan INK lid Carrie Na tton wOJ wrie with a hainlMH in oaflb ha Te quote ac emir of tIN Qt khoma donut i t MW Mau toI-Wetw wr- IIT i a dree taHIlI Ie January was sTd alter Iano Bttreoi known Waotd Jan et Ee was the origiaitrL whui k known as UteJItesever A tveepinf Race and rocs a as djdate for the Senate had 10 declare feit one way or the otter to ovary third man be snot But he was a foxy Dago and when he wot asked Do you drink BUrou l be would slyly1 ask in return Ia this an invi tats or do you just wont to know P Ran bad agate named for Janus It loci from the Palatine to the Quirt nal Sill sad was doted only whoa Home waj at Peace with the world Thk occurred but lour Hazenwider Muas Augusts Caesar and Veepa taM and alter the kit Punk War Julk Caeaer kept tbe nu open wid er than anybody Just to satisfy bimtolf that no other Koman had ever had anything on him in tide respect he once drove twenty loads of hay through the gate abreast at agalns a record of fourteen loads Caesar was a great joker and bk favorite pun was made at hk pie Riding for I1 when the sun was setting he pitod at the scat with one hand and at the pasekc railroad construction crew with the other and exclaimed to hk lieutenants Behold the day goo 1 AMOr rI work wen Ute1N1Md IIMI H 4 f nnrfliA Mw traldIettha will Label T tttar rrNlaeMr 4IMNMH ne wtiw uMMH Will fnH U HM U rtufci n 4 hwH JUH iMklM HMN T Lap TIMWill MrmW tor the UN v1The sport in Congress wilt consist of battles with the MUter mil the gentleman Missouri bred will call some one a noble head theyll clinch and bite each others cheek the frightened galleries will shriek the Speaker will get out a gun the maR from Arkansas will run the sergeant will bolt through a door the ftght will spread upon the tool the clerk well climb the chaplains beak and the air will sound with Biff and Whack the War Department will turn out the Senate will get In the bout and Fairbanks with triumphant crywilli black lien Til man other eye the President will get his hat his boxing MiJkMtfk and trusty bat and will exclaim on com ing baok Alls quiet on the Po to mack I After that we shall have very pleasent weather The moon will be full on the 18th and persons we never heard of will be mentioned for vice president The FIshHarrlman tight will go into the tenth round and Mr Fish will complain to The Hague tribunal that Mr Harahan iit using knucks Genral Funston on guard at Goldfield will appeal to Secretary Metcalf to transfer him to Washington where the fighting Iis going on j Christmas presents will be exchanged for something you want and Japan hearing that the fleet is to keep right on across the Pacific 4- fi By Author of Man on the Box Neat and M tksH etc r I Mr He Grata kvope UM whole world lauKhlft with him Kb tones have that satisfying kind hun + Br appeals Krone ly this one of his vory boil IHt contrives many realty funny tltua tiono that It it sae laugh YM road fit you enjoy from to and You bo a Uappf frame of mind while rIPa41D It of this off will start in next itl will move over on the mainland and dig cyclone cellars Persons born ill January bare cold fet and do not play poker If they are born under the influence genious and know how to turn the gas mister bark They have large families and small incomes They are good at figures and can toll you whether a womans shape It real or exceLsior They arc sow to marry but eon get a divorce as quick at anybody They are very shrewd in money Hiokmojt folks should not answer the doorbell this month Itt a j book agent Keep the silverware under the coal pile If you come home late at night look out for and walk In the middle the street at the doeli Dont write love letters She will lave them trusts will continue to show us where to hood in and Congress will vote our money like it was theirs The fashionable wintering place for the month will Southern California and the Florida coast and all trains bound to those points will be loaded with plasterers and bricklayers with their families then the short lived month of Feb when a woman will complete her web and foolish man will buzz stout until the spider dashes out and mails him neatly to the most for so long as his life shall last MM MHwIttoMMMMMff Leap VW trick And Ike HMkMMH N4etitMW UHMIIIII cur bent ktektilts alrJilt mkea stlR of Ife Ohrpi cheer eplt MIX tort with w a4q with Ted Wlw had tt dtfc wk Ilk IMrd ton In the had If you are out of work or have spare time you should get our proposition No mall order scheme but a clean straight business at which others are making money with no The ant ap pllcant gets your territory Write today tomorrow may too late Particulars free Domino cards Co 1807 Chouteau St Louis Mo IIfyou need coal Telephone No 48 1 4ft i Laugh and the world laughs with yo- uYou will grin You will smile You will roar Really it will not be your fault it will lie Impouii bin to HIp it it was created jwit to awe a laugh and y u will And it tins not eruatod In iwln Wo refer to our next torial PrincessElope HAROLD McCRATH The of that to everybody ad in cc continuous mwot for will ovary line beginning will in oontlnuoHtly Opening chapters master piece fiction weeks issue of the Hickman Courier Read of theyitt highwaymen of policeman The be And Iti competition be Includes Alfred G The following it a copy of a table of the leading situ of 1907 In the trotting horse world that might prove of Interest to our readers According to the latest return Allerton and Prodigal head the list of sires of new standard 2 30 performers in respect of numbers each having fifteen to his credit Binge it good third with thirteen Arlon fourth with eleven Jay Bird and Moko each have ten Baron Dillon and Parole mae each Those with eight are Alfred G Ashland Wil bus Cecilian Prince Direct McEl Roberts McKinney i Sidney Prince and Zombro Axworthy have seven iin the list and those with six each this o credit are Adbell Baron Wilkes Bobby Burns Bourbon Paichen Cutting Monecacy Onward Silver Stronwood and Todd Nutwood far surpasses any other sire in respect of producing daughters as fourteen of the new performers are out o mares by him II The above was in the Christmas number of The American Horse Breeder of Boston Mass The Hone Review of Chicago Christ mss number i and the Issue of Dec 19th of the Kentucky Stock Farm Lexington Ky Alfred G 134S2 Iis owned by R A Tyler of Hiokman and the above shows beyond a doubt that he II even bettor than Mr Tyler maimsI for him When the Stomach Heart or Kid Roy nerves get weak then these o- rWI always fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to ShoopRestorative s iis prepared expressly for those weak inside nerves Strengthen those nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or li quidand see how qulcky help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this test Sold by all dealers S M Naifeh and wife are in Clin ton Ky this week i- p 1 I Cooperativesome Gin The following is handed us with request to publish i It is contemplated owing to the prfvalUngIn gIbeconJunctlon pend upon this point as the most available one to market their pro ducts to gin and bale cotton and thus elemlnate the elements com plalned of promoterIII ai away from Hickman for want of the current market price I if the figure prevailing when the commodity i brought for a sale seems lower tha the grower cares to sell for at th time the company propose ginning and baling for the producer by this meant the latter oringt his cotton here confident that some disposition will be made of it to his advantage i Hickman controls a vast field for enterprise in this direction and it opporiuatthasy serious complaint have gone out o all sides as to the want of proper encouragement to those engaged Iin producing this money making factor enterpriseUDder The business will not necessarily admit of competition from the fact that it will be cooperative and hence along conservative lines paying the highest price for raw cotton consist plantTheo our city cannot be over estimated r and challenges the careful considera lion of our citizens flows This We ofer o lUutdrf DolUft tar wte et CaUivCj tint MHftel be cured 0IIref 4 OB IWed W UM WHlMMBMll IMV ICMW F J OfeMMir tar UHI taM It 1Mrs anil tutltove Mm le ho petfMMr henerabjelii all bud tro 1rawetlerh ml amiMhillr nWe 10 miry owl arefeMiMUtMM Nude kjr bti ann WAMHNO KKVNAN MARVIN tthtdeae DniHtit TMrda al- UH i Ontarfk Ohre H tAb iU c etrestr pee the Mood nmI Nt mate 8f Ute Yreat Ttlntealala- tn 1hseIIwl pet Little Selt Wan UntstM Take Jlnll nttHltr NltMtere11pa1- Smile I Durn Ye We have Just closed one of tb most prosperous years Fulton coun ty has ever known Blessed with bountiful crops and signs ofproshave parity on every hand we a great deal to be thankful for A little uneasiness in the financial centers of the country the past aixt days has somewhat retarded busi ness in most localities but as a whole conditions are reasonably gratifying throughout the state and with our wonderful resources and advantageous position we should continue to prosper in the face of ad verse conditions in the east The word fear so often expressed i Iis the great cause of so many fall urn and unsettling of attain Fear Iis no person place or thing it has powerfIn the presence of confidence it be comes absolute nothingness andI vanishes as darkness before light Be an optimist nothing dissipatesI fear and restores confidence so com pletely and effectively We would advise conservatism at all times but go ahead and let bust nest continue in its present normal healthy condition and in sixty days we will never know that we have had a financial hurry A tickling cough from any cause Iis quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thorough ly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young hobos The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of i lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the cura five properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive membranes No opium bronchialI form nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb to Always demand Dr Shoop Cough Cure Sold by allj dealers j c J i f dittll tMeet Your Friends ltI PARLORS fp Best in Hickman Hot and lt4 cold baths i electric lights It and fans hydraulic chats ltand everything for comfort tCUnta f1t13leYlaaa Sy 4Next door to Jones Cafe For Sale Established Restaurant Bakery and Soda Water business 12 syrup solid Onyx Mathews Ftn gasolines engine and fans Entire equipment- n or will sell restaurant and bakery- e goods reserving Ftn Fine Southeast Missouri town of 2000 inhabi carols all white Practically no competition Terms cash or on time Last year sales 1200000 Retiring from business reason for wanting to sell For information address Hickman Courier 29c State Linen r Last weeks items sicklisti spentthe spentthepentChristmas Lee Maddox and wife of Terrell Tenn visited W J Maddox Christ mas week Dr D C Maddox of Knoxville spent a few days with home folks this week Charlie Clark and wife of Oak relativesbrhere last week Mrs G W Whipple returned home Monday after a visit to rela lives in Arkansas The young people here enjoyed several parties in the neighborhood this and last week LunaMrs W B Clark Tuesday Jastattended the Masonic Ban quet at Hickman Fnday night Misses Laura and Marine Browne and Miss Birdie May Rice visited Mrs Murley Roper Tuesday night Mrs W J Maddox happened to the painful accident of having a rib fractured last week but is Im proving at present HickYman were guests ormers mother Mrs Susan Maddox for a few days last week Statistic shows that fairhaired people live longer than those who have dark hair When Cotton Adams do a job of tin work it out lasts either one of them Private RobertTylerChapter U D Cwill meet Tuesday afternoon J oclock Jan 14th with Mrs Mac Reid Get better meat I have itC- H Moore ttttt tatreatttr 1ealkLun s- Bronchitis a IFor over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The trout kind of B laitlraonlal Sold for over sixty oaII M4 O AnrotwtlXU-Afo iBuufMtvnri f 9 SA85APASILLA LTiernAIRtaeot W ace Ur l v Detl k Ik firmoit ors i our MdNIN Avers Pills keep tho bowels regular All vesetablo and uontlv laxative f 1 Intl THE HICKMAN COURIER 6w2 1WtHtm Ktnhtkl U c Ibt Dt1Io = = c o =W C SPEER ANa J C SEXTON EilUft n4 Frtprlitm ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Iv CASH IN ADVANCEI = c Entered nt Iho Ulckman Kentucky poflloffioe an second claw mall matter Flay a101008 Although 1907 went down in his tory as a panic year it didt hurt very much if any Good bankers and trusting depositors prevented it The Kentucky legislature has con vened for a sixty days sesion One of the best things it can do will be to kill the law requiring all corI poratlons to use the word incor porated in their advertisements I etc It certainly is a monumental humbug Fiftynine saloons In Cairo offered 4 for a years license before the cityjj council Monday night Each one of the applications was accompanied by 500 the license fee This leaves eleven saloons yet to hear from there were also eight applications from wholesale dealers and three from pharmacist for liquor licenses I It Is said that anonymous letters I have been sent Judge James Breath itt Attorney Generalelect warning him that he is a marked man on account of his activity against the night riders Judge Breathitt is threatened with personal violence and the destruction of his property it is said Judge Breathitt who is in Frankfort says he has not received the letters Gov Willson informed the attorneys 1 1 for Caleb Powers that he has not the time at present to consider the application for a pardon for the noted prisoner As soon as he can I devote his attention to the matter Gov Willson will carefully review t the record in the case and give bothIIj those favoring a pardon and those Ii opposing it a chance to be heard Reports from Graves School house say that the Farmers Union of that place is progressing nicely NewC members being added every weekI They meet every Monday night The new officers of this union arc C A Wilson Pres Henry Pollock J V Fres H H Harding Secy and g Treas C D Roe Chaplain Robt t Caldwell Con Frank Watson D K t The tariff issv will be in the next presidential contest If the Repub Means in congress would properly treat their constituency this would not be the case but they overlook the demands for a revision of the McKinley bill and further attempt to hoodwink the people at the polls This they may be able to do but it is a doubtful question t A years subscription to the Courier sent to your friends and relatives will be appreciated by each one to whom you send it for the entire year Why not subscribe then tell us what news you want them to hear and we can print and man it for what a weekly letter will cost for postage Try it- ITwentythree hundred barrels ofI beer were poured into the gutters a I THEY ALL SAYI The OK Laundryis TRY IT FIND BE CONVINCED Frank Smith Agt AfNMT at taltk kAatorrt Get in The Game Everybody scores on this hit A real game of Baseball played in the parlor with curds Every play made in the real game can be made with the cards New and en tertalning Try a pack OnJLv 500Cue Threlkeld and Jos B Housley Agts Hickman Ky fi Oklahoma City Okla Monday a a result of prohibition being aboptcd jin that state The beverage could not be sold given away or shipped out of the state It was a stock left unsold when statehood was Inaugurated and belonged to the Anheuser Busch Brewing Company of St Louis The revel spectacle attract eb a large crowd Some came with cups and buckets and scooped up the dewing liquid as it ran down into a brook One old negro used his ha or a drinking vessel With the dosing of the poles Sat urday night coded one of the hottest contests for city mayor that has beenI fought at Union City between nand dates for that office in many ale o I lions The result of the election was that Hon W H Gardner exmayor was elected receiving more votes than the other two candi dates J J C Burdick John Adams Squire Gregory Samuel Alexander Robert Whipple and John Sea mends were elected aldermen Interurban Survey The surveys for the proposeb in terurban line between Paducah and Mayfield have been completed and the engineers are now at work on their maps and estimates Two routes were surveyed one of which parallels the Illinois Central rail road The Paducah Southern Elec tric Railway Company which pro pose to construct the road claims to have arranged to loaf Its bonds sad will start work in a short time The company expects to be operating cars by the middle of the summer The rights of way have been scour so there will be no trouble in this respect Carrie Nation lytreomet8711IttUI a 0 It of ton KIM- INMIMM wr luf iv sever tsuad a that w CtrstaleatlidlIefHtUCEICCIOn The Daughters ot the Confederacy of this oily at their recent election choose the following officers for the year 1908 Miss Marie Brevard Pies Mrs Victoria Walker 1st V PresI Mrs T A Ledford 2nd V Pies Mrs M E Powell Rec Seoy Miss Light Paris Cor Secy Mrs J S Dillon Treas Mrs Maggis Randle Historian The election was held at the home of Mrs Randle Wright is Released Chas E Wright of Fultonooun ty who was convicted at the last term of federal court for sending obscene letters through the mall an fined 500 was released from cus int solvent debtors oath Wright has served 40 days in the county jail as required by the federal lawP ducah Sun D M Baulch who has been sex ton at the city cemetery for the past nine years was united in marring- Thursday afternoon to Mrs Jose Cooley of Mill Creek Middle Tennessee The sacred ceremony was performed by Rev J Clarence Read at his home on Carr street Mr Baulch is one of Fulton olde citizens and his bride is a wealthy and highly respected lady Fulton Leader Bring me your produce High est price cash or trade C H Moore oII v grls dInd gICIij Ailetp at the Pod ml tltier ell hi Mrs tier MrIIMCI wM my HMlhr MM teJifl 81 slat a lilt d er Iva II won nl dart I tun MI till Ae Mine WI Mtfc awl htr hlltt Mr r Ww MimtNE tM 15 1 hM4 n I Md ached Ut door but l won 1 dlt H oar nitre 1 ihM Mrtf IMINC I hMW ta IhMi i hvnl MM hMilMic tor a Mth cwt i mm M that tkl weoJ krei- M MAI ibtae I welt elf S ekwq hlfl tNxt tWnK Bte WM itaMflK nIe MM wd TNr toad as yew kilt tiert- M4 MaraNiK wolh hw ilMMlis ttltlM CMW aHit wMt t a In mf Iltwrnl- Ii y w HN Mtp tiro reeea lit Ill fit a WN ter rew IenM 1 rNawho I crest Ml sheet her tteet- uv teas wppar M set tint kdu thAI he wir sM i t inlM Mat Ill + IM awr Asa raw rwM1 I wrr eMgna it UtH devil Idlewlld Fancies Whore thore IBI muoti smoke some ono Is sure ta tie Ht et tal AH nbe Ntoly truthful man lIIII We ta i M4ln Ills refHttatton his wife RoU heht at Mm at 1 a nu I One war to win a girl is te flirt with another The tan always Mapi In the boet blaok parlor Hvery family sewed like a Theodore hitthe Nat above you If you kiss me again I will sail my mother drctareii the tweet eo ed No use replied tho rfaihlnic yotmK Mao h lp4HK hlRMeif IB nnetto I w I wont MM her If the comes la Thejrre all for rent Some pwjpJe go to Iho m Mntalnr as a Mt retort Other to u a sua mar retort Wh n a woman make up ber mInd she will go aomewhero the nest thing- sI ta make up her toss On my way late town U U mem IRK I sax a sign M Skldooiky Iteota and 8he s Henett this Isnt Jut a paragraph Tbata what the sign laid and It truck me at being fMHny for If a man really done rkl doo he needs a pair of beers or those to do hli skidding In SIn painters of course will be In favor of cupboneous spoiling Thirteen dollars la a lot of money to fled In tho street but a 1ioansln editor tries to make us believe that a hobo having found It retorted to take It beoame ho was afraid of tho thirteen hoodoo Superstition Ila a terrible thing Halt the fun of enjoying a good joke IIs lost In getting ready to spring Into the arena with nether bolero someone elso gets the start of you A clock concern has gone bankrupt In Chicago The receiver will have a tough time winding up IU affairs Somehow a man sort of wonders what bu become of our downtrodden poor when be hat to pay IJ50 a day tor a chambermaid to a wheelbarrow Tho law of gravitation Is one of tho laws that cannot be repealed by tho politicians Mind Meandering The women of this country should oreot a monument to the memory of the man who Invented mirrors Chi Cage Dally News Lets look Into this ladles The head of an Baklmo family glues his doctor a fee as soon as be comes IfdI a long ways ahead of the Biklmo In most things tool This Is the month to begin fatten lag that Thanksgiving turkey nutto webutoutflatteringfriends ni to our adroit carving abUt itiesSometlmea eagleshard theehas swallowed It hehasa lot of baby shoes Poker and the camera habits will ruin any young man who persists In toying with thorn Climbing up Parnaaina laI not diffi atcull IdIDCdownoar trousers FORTUNES TOILET CREAM None better if orComplexiongist Price 25c Bank Notice We the undersigned beg to an nounce that from now on the Farmers Merchannts Bank and Hickman Bank are preparedand will pay to all depositors of either bank cash upon their checks J A THOMPSON Cashier C P SHUMATE Cashier When your tailor takes your order for a suit he guarantees fit workmanship and style We do the same thing in tin work made to order Let us take your measure Cotton Adams S L Dodds was in Memphis and Clarksdale Miss several days last weeks Have you beard about Star Flour It is the best sold and the only Fleur guaranteed Ask yeur grocer font Mose Barkett Agent will refund your money If net sails feed You may think you are using the best flour made but you are badly mistaken if you are nt using Cas- Cade For sale by C H Moore Phone He 4- Ghnlian+Chw eh Services Bible Sflhtel at 9iM a m Preaching and communion lervitos at 11 a ra stityeott Ckrtsitan Baptism Mode Design and Sub jetl Evening services at 7 p m subject PflalesQuwtieaF Tonsilitisi- s swelling and inflammation the glands side of the thrtx S1orsLiivinveixt toAthtfor Croup Quincy Sore Throe Bronchitis Asthma Pain in Chest Lungs this liniment iis unsurpass indispensablewheni soothinghealing APriceDr Eon S Sloan Boston Mass USA I I t Laugh and the world laughs with you1 You will grin You will smile You will roar foully It will not be your fault it will to IimfWMi Mo to help It I it wns created Pelt Le saws a laugh and you will Anti it was nit rwtiid IH vain We rotor to our next serial ThePrincess Elopes By HAROLD McCRATH t U Author of The Mea on the ors Hearts end Masks etc ilia Mr McGrath withhimhumorthM ofhissltuationslaugh You must roadFit for uvorylineondYH You will be in a continuously happy frame of mind wlillo reading it offictionof the Hickman Courier Read itl NoticeHaving Fulton COunty eNty fVcI nollctthat I I pig tn last Ittekman 1 IIt 19031acdve until let Ita rI and Ill aU olalraa apmlt olio altl those Indebtedt l Gavttt ate warned kbefore aW Sale fraettie thctr aOOOanli 4- 2O4 JAS l Mrs Powell Dead Mrs Walterrend of a veil spothf aCtOI being ill lor Mrs PIottw v P Ht Wbof thlr tl cMropatrtod bf JE j man arse a relative Went to Waist funeral senrtots 41 LeaderSimple Relpt0sttntaoy lilt the toitanrtK ltd Extract 1J MHMCI Compour r 4 eec i Cownpoum rttlft three ounce lake wolf in a rteatpotftM dose F and at botflliote The above it emlnoftt aMktotit 11 v New York duty p pretortptws over wrtBackache Kidney Bladder and allfr difficulties Tkism I ily1 on the ttaunatrI r Kidneys enabling strain ltie writ ao t y matter Rose the t- It I tseulaallsa Soon penooa wh a utioM May not i purr moot ooohJn CRiXur yet those w- I say the rMlts art tog the relief btui Ii- flhe siigMeM kBjuryiK other organs IMix sonic and g certainly ettftos hu r M It to tM jr i lament authority ow v putattoo k M Mid by itA drwgglti bare v asked staledl that he ply pie iNgrodknu r Mriptton ilk our i Ifl MM cn4s ft as lurm i Mrs LoHa Usti Tens aUoMkd the brother D W fIIrt Monte W fotsday Gen H A 1rir Louis for several u Heart Siren t iriMset M MNk t r- QNaa 1eM 4trey1 Ir y Nk sea Ia It L U 1 deed w e a k s wrirolh t+ e + a e RhetW 1 ta as f k a ta s i Dw r r I tLr M w + Mwd e- wek ed s4Ui no- stNnettaoM t4 ndh Fe r t 4A1etJwott as Wit r Dr Shoop RestorativALL Lee Line Boats SCIII8 JIT ISAU rv In iotu to tl cloaks LM 1- 1ord 1 1 Herald MHIIhl + t U w 1 t eW Ilenild J1lMxelenatt- tt4iiunlay I J tr JIM 1 1 rllIa14I up N C St L R R Oenaeet TIll ATr EYA- 7er tafrt lallsad HsDtors- No y bola1 and HIP r rNo lot Aceowmodrtwa l I = repytta a Afallaad HIP I 1 5 + NabtatellandHspr Yt No W AccomruoJatlouarla U ij Y u4- ILIIJ I i yv esw WaysideChats 1441AAA41 l House i r groceries i tiers Want Column yeses hero Monday ham Mont Sunday ina big lttok the rol l mi erg k in the slok Ii e V Jiubbutil has returned r rrs of CanithcrsvMle r syingle gaH n lotsl atII rir ofMe 4th spent Wednesday kfrs anti wifer A film of Union City r t l std Titosday Jt a tying trip to teUintteg Monday II and wife of Wings t Iti D B WHsen and I r react a fac tiy of prepare In time I wens ol MKontlc A poiUton with Smith t f Brown has returned tt- It to Woodland and ur is spending the r 1rairie he guest of- r Scalotf ofOroow isitod Mn Pmther taker at the Farmers v telephone nurabet 51 r M tick of Memphis was ac4 Monday the guest n and fIURnII Aid Society of the L rch stet with Mrs I r Thursday afternoon n who uses GritwoW it isnt abut the boat iAitei 8haw Bet Reeves and baby have 4 two weeks visit too HOAry at New Mad ibbsnl left Saturday J f Bnmttte she will villI and a week in Aod wife of Kosoi 4tintseveral days last s r parents In this oity home Su yIthe popular patter of Church Is wearing a smile since Saturday rival of a ninepound t txplalna it of near town white I wtek bad the roisfor I y K roll off a wagon en I t one of his legs Dr I I i the marred man t r spent the latter part Ii I the St Louis market I to icd a big lot of Spring rm of ffillson Bros Tpanied by his wife Ii employee at the ve lnjuryfa e rteshy part of the st belowi the elbow got 4 small saw whloh tore 111 the IlIh very badly a l a very painful one t iuther entertained the rr club and a number of its Monday evening theret1 of flinch The guests x If chocolate and the bothtcutt ati WhIch was won by Mrs ta The invited guests A men C L Walker L Nv H Saltier L P E1II Doddst1L TandJ M HubbardC orI consisting of a naiad r- cah Rarebit and t vre sreyed hotii 4 J Did Not Hang 0 0 Holder Gets Stay of Execution nO Lee Holder who was to have been hanged in Union City yesterday was granted respite of nine days by Gov Patterson on the day set for the execution This will doubtless be the last stay of execution he willget Who said bad roads J A Moore was In Cairo Wcdnos dayJehn Meaiham was In Fulton Sun day Goalder Jehneos was in Fulto- Thursday I4D Smith spout Thursday 1 UitlMi CIty W A Jh wn spent Wednesday In Newbern Tonn C L Walker went to Cairo Wed esday M business PorGy Jtne and wife are the guests of Cairo relatives J H Mnleu and Aran DeDaw spent Wednesday In Cairo Miss Flora Ray of Mayfield tIs the guest of her brother Lon Ray Mrs T T Swayne who has beet on the sink nit ts reported better today The Musloal History Club meet at the home rC Miss Mena Dfestel brink Wednesday tjternoon The two year eld son of Jeff Cut gee and wife of West Hlokman died Wednesday and was burled ThursdayMrs =Je Cote and daughter MIsr Kate returned Sunday from Memphis where they have been vii lUng relatives Mrs M K neighbors sad Miss Corrimie Smith have returned to Memphis after a short visit with Hlckman relatives MIstM Butte and Jennie Crowder who have bees visiting their eeuitn Miss Derab Borden have returned MMe scar Paris Tenn Tt Powell left yesterday for Columbia Mo where he Is attend log Khool after a twoweeks visit with ilk mother IIn Hkkman The new City Council took charge of the ally affairs Monday night They are starting elf alright Lets give them our hearty support Mrs T J Malone of Union City spent several days this week in Htekman the guest of her mother Mrs Kate Witting Mrs Malone many friends win be pleased to learn Matt she his regained her health Another large drainage ditch in Southeast Missouri This one willI be in Mississippi county over forty miles long and coiling nearly 200 000 and benefits estimated at STBO 000 for some 60000 acres On Friday afternoon froze 230I to SsOO oclock Mrs S L Dodd was the charming hostess of the Flinch Club The rooms were beauti fully decorated with potted plant and cut flowers Mesdamoa Henry Amberg L A Stone and Miss Liz ale Amberg were the invited guests Refreshments of an ice course cake find salted nuts were relished At the guests departed they were pre rented a crimson carnation Th Club will next be entertained by Mrs W H Baltzer YOU should get a Kodakgel II now so YOU Ivlll nol miss some of hose beautiful frost bedecked scenes that are so plentifulJust ncto Jf1 and Up HELM ELLISON tI 7 t Security For Your Live Stockof experttrlteql moneyfarclop wager Now it i a fa 1andn Mwkl know Itthat her ntnainkl rod you obtain the teat weight in wire that to given in any few iu tU ictobrntMl FENCEnIt Ito made nn purpotf 1 rM the ht v 11 t mrct mutable1 atvllvtlnR of anv fern e a1 d nv prif It 1y made and tukS meritTheoperate and uruacr+ their own wire nmtlh and nx IIBRK ns ten r ta toritr Their pntlui Is the acknowMftwl STANDARD OF THE WORLD We can show you flits knee In our stock and explain its merits ant uiicfiority Dot only in the roll but in tlw add Cetue and ace us and got our prices Seven Big Car Loads American Fence on the yard You know what this fence is Last season we run short at least three cars and would advise you to buy I NOW if you expect to build any fence this Spring Buy while the weather and roads are good r HIcKNAN How COMPANY Incorporated Runaway Marriage On Monday afternoon Miss Grace Rice and Mr Clarence Newton elop ed to Union City and were married much to the surprise 1f their elands Gathering her clothes In a bundle Mill Rice put them in a boggy sad drove over to Stabbc school house where she was joined by Mr New ton Thy drove over to Union City and were married before It was known they had gone MIN Rice was a dauphin of Bub Rice a well known farmer residing seer town a brother of 111C Rice Miss Ricj wets well known here hv leg often Visited hero and doming here every week to trade Mr Newton was born and toured near Hiekman and Is welt known The Courier joins their many meads in wishing thqro a lift of hap pines and prosperity IIOmitted from Last Week At her home on Troy Avenue Miss Virginia Lutes delightfully en tertalned the Bachelor Girisand the I T Club A contest was an inter testing feature of the evening and was the source of much amusement Misses Ruth BNtooa and Lillian Luten were the guess of honor An excellent fruit salad and oaks were served Brown Wiler rolllright at the stave mill received a severe cut Saturday just under the left eye A slab was hurled from one of the saws cutting a deep gash Medical aid was at once had and five stitches taken in the wound Rush Creek Happy New Year to all Miss Emma Lunsford entertained one evening last week Mist Lillian Luten visited rela tivos here last week Miss Lucy Murchlton entertain ed at her home Monday night Mis Dan Davis entertained the young hUes last Monday evening Misses Annie and Mile Thomas spent Monday with Mrs Jeff Davis Mr Arthur Stone has the rheuma them We hope he will soon be over it Miss leas Bynum who has ben visiting her lister Mrs May Tress is now the pleasant guest of her sis tar Mrs Joe Roper of Cayce We arc entering a new year mak ing the same old resolutions and hoping the same old hopes and dreaming the same sweet dreams Mach passing year brings us nearer EternityWe glad to state that Ellis Henry is convalescent now He has bad a bad spell of pneumonia His little slater Fannie who has been 111 of the SCUM disease Is slowly im provingThe Literary Circle met Wendes day with Miss Light Faris Cur rent Events was the topic of dis cussion Misses Anna Outten Allie Dodda and Mattie DeBow were on the program The Circle will meet on Wednesday Jan 15th with Mrs S D Luten Lowell will be the subject of the meeting 1c ASaw the pont at Once The Iitndim Halh Ntw headed an editorial the other say The Limit of Mla preeautloD It was re calved with MtbiwtMm br the es teemed oo t poIIUteIt at toe sews Martha Mnnljoy a wealthy no gross of Medley Mo died met woeMrs Nannie Klngman was the hostess of the Buahre Club Wednos day afternoon from 230 to 500 oclock Besides the club members there was an unusually large num bur of guests In the progressive oucfare Mrs Mollic Prather won the Arst prise two decks of cards The guest prise a lovely sachet bag was won by Mrs L A Stone A cut was made for the consolation a handkerchief which fell to Mrs J T Stephens The gusts of honor were Mesdames J T Stephens L A Stone Alex Stove H N Cowgill Ed Prather C L Walker Pearl Roberts and Miss Nell Rogers Re freshments of cream and cake were served EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I TRADE MARKS DCSIQNB I fIAeMnw elhanddenknmy9u- fY1 u r r C t n ttN rniter 10- IRUft t n 1f T rrlcnll t r mrnN r- InandIir o c i wl HANDBOOK e Ial u t a Imt tur otlnlll P irnia Ial nu Ukm ihr ih Munn A Ui mvl re ifUlMtui WilllluLCbtutb Scientific flwricattA tIndfllml lIIalnrt altr TAnt rn- euton of Wl r1nt1 1Wr Tttmt ties nwdIM4MUDCo3arNr I f A 0 iHeard 11 Arc limps Pay your subscription Telephone the news to 21 Gasoline at the Courier office gasoline for sale at the Courier OfficeMrs I D Prior spent Sunday inii Ur ion City Nick HolooMbe spent Sunday in Union City Chas and Ivy Frost spent Thurs dap in U lion City i Miss Etteile Reneau spent Friday and Saturday hors Miss Lucite Bondurant was in Union City this week When in need of gasoline come to the Courier Office Five gallons gasoline costs 115 at the Courier oIIoe Joe Wall and wife arc visiting in Fulton for a few days Guy and Arthur Hale were Union City visitors Thursday Charlie Roberts of Union City was here Monday and Tuesday Have you a farm for sale The Courier Realty Co has a buyer John and Id Adams spent several days last week on Roeifoot Lake Mist Lissie Tames has returned to Union City after A short visit here Sinus Baker of Alabama visited Miss Lota Cavitt Saturday and Sun dayF W Pardue city marshal of Union City was stricken with par alls Sunday Mrs M Amberg has returned from Mayfleld after a visit to Mrs Guy Robbins Dr J M Alexander and Atty T N Smith were in Hlokman on business Monday Miss Mabel Truby of Nariwllle has returned to her home after a visit with Mrs Henry Cowgtll Mrs Wm Flynn and little daughter Kate have returned from a visit tOMrs Alice Caldwell at Paducah Clarence Cor urn leave tomorrow Friday for Columbia Mo wherethe will attend the University of tt MissouriFred M Eastman has rttarned to Columbia Mo after spoadmg thefholidays with Mrs J W Powell g and family Your place will look 100 per cent better if you put up Griswold FieldIFence Not only looks better but is cheaper and more lastPngShaw Bettersworth Mrs E C Lasdter returned to her home in Metropolis Thursday after a short visit with her parents C M Adams and wife Jerry Malone of Union City spent Sunday with Htakmsn friends Mr Malone baa embarked in bust ROIl is Union City and hk many friends join the Courier far wishing him abundant success Lost Wednesday Mrs Prethere Curlln entertained Mrs Arthur Settles of Gro nwood Miss Miss Liuie Turn of Union City and Misses Ladle and Victoria Boadur ant at an elegant dinner The factor of toe MethodistII Church Rev J W Waters will preach Sunday morning on this sub ject Onward steadily Onward II A cordial invitation io extended to i all friends to be present Let ill ofIthe members be piootnt Last Thursday evening WiN Laura Brown entertained1 a few friends with a cnoUng dish party There were six couples preneat and i tall brought chiAng 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tt4 m 0 10- r100 ct4 aI w U qw ir i if t I a e O p ThLLHersA Hap is und0 lhr6Il4t cause of many sale ttases Why use Meat t We ba oe 4 large tutrfaty of PUREseas Set our- lbindsw siYs sny HEIM d3 ELLISON In Memoriam Irnw Wire tbtr MM aMen Ami sews to WtttMf M the NMth WlMl + kMHlk Awl enter IeftTboa Whiten i in i MM lor IMM ewer U tfmt D W DtekhMC the sabjcct of this sketch was born hi Madrid Read Ky oo May the IMh 1144 and died r at the home of Ms daughter two miles south of Bookman Jan 4th 1408 The next day sarroaaded bf a con course of relatives aad friends ah ter Aa appropriate funeral serrtee by his pastor Bd Vtnar sf the Chris tian Church ad UM rtadtof of the beautiful and impressive Confederate Veterans burial strriot Ms rains were laid to rest ia Hlduaaas boaa tiful cemetery to await UM roper I rection mom J In all the nlotUms of We wMu er as a citizen soJdiar husaand father or friend he wee faftatal and trueD W Dickinson was no ordinary man ia tie estimation of those who were privileged to N Ms triadi He was aa educated cultured tenth man strong ia Ms likes sad dtslihes no groveling sycophant he would bend ti a tau to ao mat that thrift might follow fawning Like all humanity ha mads arts takes but lot as avoid Ms Mistakes and try to testate Ms easy vidstos Tan tow IMMkl WhfttfMMW Mtta tssceTbl IY d wtwat laae1 bat a wMAet MM nM rMlle Who stunt w eaN e 11e1tA friend Omitted From last Week On Tuesday night Misses Bottle and Allis Dodds entsrtalnod a au bet of their married friends at a progressive euchre There seers four tables at euchre sad levee were played A cut was mads to see who should give the souvenir postals Mrs C L Walter having this honor sod Mr ft M Wee tc cigars to the gentlemen Miss Light Fails usslsisd in keep iog the score and serving the re freshments Cream and cake coffee ad oranges were s rued All dooiared the evsnlng a wtttsess G L Riggins DeadrG L Klggins rosMtog In West Hickman did at bte home test Sri I day of pneumonia Nwas aa old Confederate soldier sad was about 68 years old Mr ftiggias had brie ia Hkkman about three months coming to this place from Mavaold aidwas em ployed by the Msngsi Box Co Burial was bad at Browns grave yard Saturday A wife and several oMIdren sar vive him The Princess Elopesjj Nut week we begin a boautffal little storyThe Prfaots Hape written by Harold McCrath It his few equals in modern lotion and is else entertaining and re plete with pleasant surprises Watch for it next weak Read the whole story It is alone worth the price of the paper SellsOut Moue Darkett who hue oonaaoted a small general merchandise buM ness on Clinton streeet for some time sold his stock of goods this week to A S Barkstt Mose will look after the Standard Oil Agency here and travel for the Columbus Milling Co and the St Louis Dres 1 1sedBeef and Provision Co We understand that John Kerken daU of West Hickman will open a racketsore in the building vacated by Mr Barkctt 1 I Council Procecdingejt J Retiring Council Hkkman Ky Jan 6th 1908- CODaen met ia regular sexton Present Mayor Dillon Counctlmen Hertweck Down ell Hale Helm Caruthers sod Bdmonds Minutes of last rogular meeting and called meeting were read and on motion approved and signed The following accounts were pre seated properly approved and on motion allowed and checks ordered Issued for amounts T F Bentoa hat Hng gra cl S 10- Etokmaa los Coal Ct coal City Hall 130 Htebman Icet Coil Comet lights and cinders 2050 Hkkman los Coal Co wiring City HaH 660- Dr L P Baltssr tervtees 500 W J Barry aides lftS- HJokman Courier prlntMg 375 Torn Dillon Jr street work IWM Tom Dulles Jr serving notices 1115 J psioleos JJO On matisii John Dunn was re leased bom taxes for Use year W07 he halner a fuse reddiduot- Lltepert fit City Treasurer far the year 19it1 OMIKAt fOKB AOCOOKT To tat due frsjat year 1ti0iS 5108 To but reoelyssl from alt swross duHng Ifff imS 854933 By aott pahf tat during IfOT 78f47t- BK to credH tMs find Jan lit 190t fli41S- WATSfttUOKT lOW ACCOUNT To bal die freest year 1M6 2g60W- To xmu roeelvod from all sMircMs Airing 1007 337531 GI8525 By leftist and oh 4ks paid out daring Ifff 4IOMC Bat tn credit this fund Jan lit IffM S163b25 QTY OAU ACCOUNT Ta bat due horn year 19M 13804 To assU roe of H C Helm doting 190139100S By oItlftc poll during 1907 9ft 14 Bal to ort this Bind Jan 1M 1901 S 30780 W C JOHtffOX C Treas Report of Tom Dttton Jr City Marshal for Den 197I coiteoted I 3645 Pines callsaied 300 receiptforS 3945 TOM DOUNC Jr C Marshal Tom DRIoa Jr Med his report as Sant of dtp Cemetery from Aug 1st 1907 to Jan let 1908 showing coUsctkw of 16300 for sale of lots and permits and reported that he bold Treasurers receipt for same He alto reported that he had charg ed himself with MOO In excess of his ootlections and owing to said er there is due him the sum of 300 from Cemetery Fund Report of City Clerk of audit of Books of G L Carpenter as City Marshal for year 1906 To amt shown by tax book for 1906 S723008 To Jl R tax for 1906 pro pert tax 28625 To R R tax far 1900 fran chore 12675 To Telephone Franchise tax 1050 To ommUted list collected 5350 770708 By delinquent list allowed 273 OS Total net taxes 743400 By nom only 43400 at 5 per centS 37170 By Treasurers receipts 706230 743400 Report of same for year 1907 To amt of taxes- conected 211921 rTHE frSHOE for ME Old fashioned lujcsty iil annlingcoanllfll with 4fFf 11 I materals atll latest = stylel lots produce tIn Packard Shoet 1nciit holds its h1Hin and snow mud and slush have no terrors for the wearer of n Packard Buy a pair and secure foot comfort l Sold at 350 400 and 500 in all styles M A PACKARD CO Makers Brockton HIM Sold by Bradley fl Parham I I IWILLIES MULE Our VVIIMt had a little mule It followed Mm to Sunday teheell And Whet the holy set out toltnllt The mule t brayed Ilk vfythngl It did the teacher quit provoke To hear IM strains the mute awoke It mad the children laugh and shout Bccaui it drowned the organ out I r Th y1 Th preacher trld a rear attack An4 slapped the mule upon hitback Our Wllll now goes vry year To lay a rose on preachers blrl Upon the marbl shaft we read i Her II a man of Godly weed t Who alarpcd the wrong end el the mull t Our White took to Sunday sGMoai r THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO By com on 211921 at S- per centS 1M96 By Treasurer- sreceiptsS20132d 811911 The report of audit of Mr Carp Dter aocts as Supt of Cemetery shows a balance due the City of 14966 The Police Judge filed his report of fines and ooileotlons and same was ordered tied All the foregoing reports were on motion received ordered spread up on the records published and filed CertMoates of election of six Coun oilmen elected at the November 1907 election were presented by the Elec tion Commissioners showing that R L Gray T T Swayne S L Dodds C G Sohlenker T A Ledford and Eugene Bettersworth were duly elect ed to the office of Counollmen of Hickman Ky for the ensuing term Said Certificates were read and or dered Med On motion Counoll adjourned TOM DILLOK SR Mayor H C HELM City Clerk New Council Hlokman Ky Jan 6th 1908 Immediately upon adjournment of the retiring Council the new Coun MayorDUJon duly administered to them by W C Johnson Notary Public Where upon the following proceedings were heldPresent Mayor Dillon Council GrayDoddsThe following officers were nomi nated and elected there being no opposition W C Johnson City Treasurer Tom Dillon Jr City Marshal H C Helm City Clerk A M Tyler Atty for City J P Cuslck Sexton I of City Cemetery The officers required by law tto give Bond presented their Bonds as folkws I Tom Dillon Jr with R T Tyler surety W C Johnsen with B T Davis surety H C Helm with R J1 T Tyler surety On motion said floods were approved by the Council ordered Med and spread upon the records The oath of office was duty administered jj to the Marshal Attorney j and Clerk by W C Johnson Notary j Public i ind to the Treasurer by H C Helm Notary Public On motion made and carried the Marshal was linstructed to appoint to deputies at a salary of 5000 t per month eaoh the Council to rail fy the appointment and said depu ties to be under the supervision and Bond of the Marshal The Hickman Courier proposed printing the Council Proceedings for 5000 per year payable quarterly I On motion the proposition was ao opted and the Police Judge re quired to furnish the Council month ly a list of names of all parties fined J showing the oifense committed and that said nIt be published as a part of the Council Proceedings On motion notice was ordered Iis- sued and served on Agent of Cor man Co to tear down and remove the old shed on their premises on South side of Jackson Street in Hick man Ky and build a new concrete or brick curb and walk along the North end cf said property s- On motion notice was ordered Iis sued and served on the N C St L Ry Co to abate the nuisance In their frame shed on North side of Exchange StreetCJ On motion the following ordi publishedThe I City of Hickman Ky do ordain as follows That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to build or erect any house or building of any kind within the corporate limits of the City of Hlckman Ky without first obtain ing from the Building Committee a permit to do so Any person offending against this ordinance shall be fined not less than 2500 nor more than 9500 for each offense On motion 70000 was ordered loaned out of the Water It Light Bond Account for a term of not ex ceeding five years at 6 per cent in terest payable annually and secured by first mortgage on real estate The Mayor appointed the follow ing standing Committees towit Street Committee t S L Dodds Chum T T Swayne and E Bet tersworth Finance Com T A Ledford Chrm C G Sohlenker and R L Gray Building Corn i T T Swayne Chrra E Bettersworth and C G Sohlenker On motion Councilctdhurnod Tow DILLON Mayor H C HBLM C Clerk Notice The firm of Baltser Doddi hay- Ing bien HMtorporated will continue as BalUer Dodds Dry Goods Ca All parties swing the firm of Bait scr at Dodds are asked to please aand settle their account at eeoc- Respoottnty BALTSBK DOOM Notice AH persons holding receipts given lay M B Strauss for the wrier for a spenfal edition wttt please report sarae this week to this Bloc together with the amount of the receipt Supervisors in Session Monday morning the soard of supervisors of Pollen County met at the court house Iin Htekman and started In en their two or three weeks work They will go over the books of County Assessor K M Sanson and see what figures the valued properties ia this county Whenever they Sod it Justifiable they will raise or lower the assess meat as the case may be The board consists of W C Johnson of Hkkman i R E KeJYef Palton t W P Felts of Fulton i J C WPM of Pillion1 Lum Carter of Hheksaaa I J X Anderson of La aelle and John C Lawsoa of CayoePalton county never had a better board of supervisors safe censer attn representative mon But It takes these kind of men to listen patiently to the sad stories of the oppressed and overassessed citizen Any of these gentlemen wfN tell you its a snap- Iilsewherc in this Issue wilt be found the announcement of the two Hickman banks Informing the pub lic that the lid is off It is to be hoped that no depositor will bt silly enough now to draw out Ms money and bury it Since it is all over we wish to commend the banks of this city upon the judicious manner In which they handled the situation It is over now and nobody hurt j but this cannot be said of many banks which tailed to adopt conservative measures In time to save themselves For every dollar you had on deposit In either of our banks you can new get 100 cents r The young people of Hlakman en- Joyed a social dance at the city hallI last Friday night A good crowd was in attendance among whom I were a number of outoftown visitors Music was furnished by Salmons Orchestra of East Hickman The Oblon County Poultry Pet Stock Association will hold the an nual show at Union City Jan 1518 and expect a large attendance and good exhibit Write W R Ander 00 for particulars Fred Case returned home from Los Angeles Tuesday Mr Case has been In Lot Angeles for several and as well as he likes- alifornia he likes Kentucky better And who wouldnt Sunshine and flowers are not in it with pretty women and last horses r Next week The Princess Elopes Court house News Co1wd w or r IN 1 The following fjrecorded in the oft rf L Clerk since our UM ry Rose Oman to A 1 lots In Hltlcmaa Woo R N Whitohead to- W H Wbilohead lot 2000 M L VWtaeids t M rag lets In NHonjf Smith Melds to C- lotsI In Fulton 67io D Ghotoa to Ju l In Pulton flit R La Jaakoan urn x as a Jusltee of tile iv 1 f Ni4 The QltMr tIIu the stands nf a new cur papriThet 1 10000 W H b4 p B Dodds and L A prinntpal stookholdf The Mltwlng i a fitsd hi the toe ot Morris since sue last tr nA it King vs hen on moripgerHsmBectric LiK W Cnouihag At the arM Cwrt KM v appointed raooiver wr awnagsmont of the a r beheads ota Mr Omham now wtshet tt as manager JA OMovs W uIUMMHwil rs Salt lor ikawfts J son of Mr Snail wu MIl owacd ay Mr Kr Ikolt sues hr 1910 Steve lithe TS Salt on elite- Tdidcmae OniDIt v Stahr lilt for contra t Hiekmaa Grain Bragg toil for COI r Friday Jan 10In that servtae nan be ba for nth term of court C venes In HUksnan on M 4 at State Line J c Itpcr has bH lagrlppe Mr bleu wee here this week It P WMtosnell of had business in our beri Miss Laoy Woe wu l frfemk near Htekaui y T C lorry of Men y this vtntnUy oa bustnf H Mrs W B Clark r Year party test Wcii Hugh Preach and w were the aaosts of W 1 wife last work Dr I C Msdd i Knorvflle Friday after 4 visit with name folks J W Roger and witf V guests of their daufbirr Clark one day last wee Route Five Miss Btrdlc Glover o Is visiting relatives hers Refl Pelts of Marti w at Reelfast next Sunday Bsq mob and J I y- In Union City Mondayj Miss Maude Jones p days this week with her I Clayton West Chapel of Stout aln- at the bedside of his mother v J dangerouslydlr Those on the sick hit If l Herbert Hi rcinlty are Mat Barnes Annie Vautft Hicks Dolph Hicks ant sistri I and Miss Maude Ofburn arrri ng the week IIn Mempbs afCJ the association of the Urm rsu iO Dick Mosler and Mm Frr t lor both of this common i ih+ united In marriage Sunday Ttf t A Bruce at his residence many friends who exlrnl CJrgu lations U JIi pi f I11iKICAN BEAUTY I c ONSETS Mtrmnrs 1 A r run IV hiss you aoHiuji tIIdroalunlakur It ul tuft iww suit Ihould GO us idI intrChdkO An AMERICAN BEAUTY COKSttT I it worn ovor anpI II vis WIll osdrnl urocUlf toneu nra not n- lci ly l 00 to 500 siUMWOO1 CORSET GO r VUlCM VVJK MICH- v I Relieves in them 1 i onimuncl ihtim- Sufch G Bros Dry Goods Co H 44HI U +JtHeI 1 e + HE A SSof E COLUMN + I 11 + 1 11 ++ i SAUNMRsV Society of litlWty- e Jan ted Pros 7 n deUVMOd his In M wbkfc wtti replete tend to with almost e and tRIuthe members fed by W M Brass sidM who told HI- nufceir Mi crops and ov IMC he joined R tufty Psiops lite t a tapoAt Bad if UMpU l tat it tn acU Bad stwved- locttty suss a bent M and rMfpremlly of tatltdttbng bad u follow wtsbers bow awe of our 4m foi the mUle by props after having ttr and Uwtrated 7 Ambers kooime alum Mtad of aWl to the A idroM was to have but DM sMiobrrs icusod no aooouot of- r tuitablo preparation lire read several let rest Stab Hoadqoar ted lust we sooocribc AS our osfetal organ es and make oar re- Hauleyr and Pro lust Murray made a short tidroM Blowing Uiat w uld be very mnoli Uke r t aiawlug Mi ratios a roe and pay from the tnmsst bet dotog hit f rtfteiifile per was on the pro tOdroM SMI at the mory was not equalI taturt be Had forgot nu wreN but cola n Ithe program strait tong to do MUtt next h to say that the mem ute line Union like iIl Shade furnished an rind although we did w it there were sever trafmogti taken up af rITbrdfceld closed the a short but eloquent which we adjourned to Jan 9th at 10 0 AU farmers and friends re cordially Invited to Uub mitat meetings ciao Soctety of Equity lorgol to report thatr S tG names to our list o- fiwllooeolo000oooolreenei Burred Plymouth Rocks lrLeenradly Strain to make room for tong A few choice L It kerels that will bring c Oor pullets and t 1 earlyeectiona Jennie V McClureby ace Hltkmmit 11MO 000 Why Notrea- dwhen you can get papers at these prices Its the best thing any paper ever offered for the money Let us take your order NOW 1 200 Either Lot For 200 Lot 1 Magazines Spare Moments 30 pages monthly price SOc pagesSOcMothersi 5QctlumanNational Home Journal 40 pages SOc pagesSOcHickmanCosmopolitan 00n 3 months 34c r News and 160 I tZ SENATOR PHILANDER C KNOX members at State Line and hope to do eves bettor at Cayee However It ta sot necessary for the farmers to attend alt those meetings m order to oosome member of the society J H Sanndere ta authorised to collect the duet of the old members of the A S of L who wieh lo take their stand wits let 130 which pays aU don and also for the paper for one year 100 for sow mere hors which pays the m tttk n tee dues for one year and UptoDate Farming for one rear or SI 00 for UptoDte FarmMK to lamer hoI do not wish to Jew the Farmers Society of Zi nyIThe program committee will be I under lasting obligations to any farmer member or friend who nlI send suggestions to T H M Mur ray or J H Saunders in regard to suitable places to meet sobjootc to discuss papers to be road or adII drossy to be made i also in regard to plans for wheat elevators corn pens ware houses mottos gins or anything else that will be of interest to farmers or teach us how to ob tats bettor and steadier prices for our products I 0 0 F Elects Officers Fulton Lodge oIJ of this city at their last regular meeting elected the officers for the ensuing year C A Glaser N G F S Moore Vice N G B T Davis Seoy W C Johnson Treas A number of minor offices are yet to be filled but arc by the N G These appointments will be announced next week LOST White Fox Terrier dog with right eye black and bob taU Return to Hickman Hardware Store or W A Johnston and get reward i- 1ftj Lot 2Weekly Journals The Hickman Courier 8 pages weekly 100 Ie pagesSOcChicago Memphis Farmers News Scimitars25eS- t Paul Rural Weekly l16 pages 30e Chicago Goodall Farmer 20 pages 2Se Dallas Texas Weekly Farmer 1 16 pagesIOO CommercialAppeal Farmer Scimitar Hickman Courier f I l following appointed Weekly et 4I ho 0HaveItaWePrices MTheyAnd qualityIThats where we shine Quality is our first consideration Give us a share of your irade and well prove it CowgiHs Drug Storaat Incorporated Smith Appointed Coroner- L u D Smith the popular manager this i the Hiokman Furniture Co of his city has been appointed byAI ounty Judge Naylor as Coroner of inK Fulton County This appointments made for two years TUttle Naylor is to be congratu I PI I late pL Thr rvii rt Mr Smith has had considr ratlc experience in this line besides being one of the j most popular young business men in the county vi It goes without saying that the cia Judges selection of this oflJeial will meet with the hearty aporovnl of the oltleone of Fulton county 4 Masonic Election The new oflkers of the Model Lodge of Moscow are I M J Bynum Master C A Barber S W C A Alexander J V A Arrington SeoretaryH J T Little TrecuurerCoR C Arrington S D out A A KImbro T D J Ceo W White Graves Tileroto Pay your subscription B T DAVIS gittorucij at gm Will practice in all courts in the State Office on east Idebiof Davis Block- HICKMAN KENTUCKY s D W Dickerson Dead- D W Dtekersen one of the old and most highly respected dtl- ens ef this community died at the me of his daughter Mrs Chas Iverby two roller snith of town evening about six oclock Death was the result of paralysis Diokersen was 64 years old if survived by his daughter and Iwr During the late war Mr Dloker m enlisted with the Cenfederate army and served with Co 14 Ten leecee Cavalry 8nUlIle close Funeral services were conducted I the City Cemetery Sunday by I Rev Frank Vemor of the Christian iburoh of which Mr Dlokerson was faithful member The tea re maining Confederate Veterans of city assembled at the cemetery Mit added military honors accord to the departed comrades re quest A somber of years ago the deceased conducted a mercantile bust sera near Ttptosvllle and was well known to the people of this section Another good man gone The Courier extends sympathy to the sorrowing relatives and friends FOR RENT A seven room real dance conveniently located Cistern and hydrant Apply to H Buc hanan 30p Great OrtUkii Largest Growth The lamest north of tile papula Hun of ilrrat liritaln wee between ist Bed i tll It moHHiotl to 108 rent Hcainsi st pet font In tho next ten er Services next Sunday morning at eleven oclock at the Presbyterian hurch J F Tyler of Columbia lenn wilt preach C H Parham wont to May Held Sunday and was accompanied home yesterday by his wife who has been biting relatives there for several ys Profitable Investments Good fetnm some fram tin Uitlleil lake sjBveninMMfs Maroh for vol salts tooHMviU Macaroni What tm parted trove l rwwla At a cost of I1MM anniMlljr rleM i1101j0080- Saryhisat WM sreujht iron China In 1814 at a eest of IS6M Tko wxlSons scores eC Insani fram that crop Is t4sM000 amwally Aubrey Cunningham of East lokroan has been on the sick list several days but Iis able to be again Cask Book Store Bplcudftl Selection Now Booka- Stationory Post Cards Notions Ito Call unit sec our Stook Every up to Jato Maw VVrl I BASS Iin Cumw p y WIND GUARD FOR PIPES Smoker Made Comfortable In Strong Breeze A largo number of devices have boon Invented for the purpose or pro tooling the bowl of a tetaeoo pipe from the wind Tho particular novel ty In the device whisk It shown here with smelts In the fact that the ftrlUIYIAr Wind Guard Open and Closed will mover the bowl to any extent do aired and that It may bo rcxullly folded out of the way In order to rive IBB stoker ready aeeeaw la tN bowl wbn deti xl The guard la roared of toke doping platen which In folded port tIM Me appraxlmaiely llevel with the top of the pipe howl They are hang tv1 to a ring which Ioored to the pipe by lanes of pipe that project Into an annular grove noar the top or the howl This method of attachment per nubl tlM punt to be rotated to any dealred poetitefi When In use ox plain SdeHtlfle Amurlcnn the tele roeplHK platen are raised and form a heed which rises over the mouth of the bowl at the same tine leaving MtffietoRt opening fw the admlislen of air The extent to which the bowl li severed may be wormed by Ute number of amnbara whisk are rato dI ASSORTS SMALL COINS Divides and Stacks Quantities of Quarters Nickels and Dimes It would be ImpftMlbto for any one ponton to aneart ami Maek a mulls asap cols In alx months yet the talk otwM be readily aocoutpNahed with Ute aid of the apparatus kown here the InvMitlen of a Kansas man Tilt cola wrier and stacker eamprlsM A seriea ef superposed sorting plates scarred equal distance apart A su- sorrosnds w the platen the latter betar urops come in proper bompannwni t adapted to be vibrated The respeo live 4ale have aperture of different slice the apertures of one plats be lax smaller than the plate above A tacking arrangement ta attached to each plate The coins are dumped Into the appantae sad tho plates vi heated by the haaal They are tkas caused to circulate the smaller coins dropping through Into the proper eon partment They art thou gathered Itite the smelters being then rmeved and tied IR bun illss a to customary Street runway and other tienssronehandling IImmune qwentlUes of small colas dally snjse s tile IMttmero A uerlatn Would swlwMeIIy Isd this aMMratua a great Nato awl labor Mwr Seeing the InvllbleITho surprMng renulln recently ob lamed by means ef the new kind of glace manufactured at Jean which permit site paeMfie of ultraviolet rays Invisible to the eye but eapablc of affecting a photographic plato are well Illustrated by teieecople photo graph of the can telhttlon I yra One of those made with an objective or ordinary glass stow Ml stars an other made with an objective eon posed of the new glues and having the name time of exposure shows fIn the same field of view 619 star It is hoped says the Youths Companion that by moan of larger objectives still more wrprlelHg reunite 1M heroandobtained Another method of p Rraphlng by invisible radiations eon slsta In bathing the prats with cer lain solution whisk render them see sitive to the Infrared rayv of tho spec trum Protecting the Watercourses So oxlentlro has tho utilisation of streams for Industrial purposes be come In Prance that tho minister e ngrlouHure has Imultuted a commit on to Lady the best means of pro tooting them It Iii slated that many stream have been virtually destroy ed for the sake of Industrial oataWlth monte that certain small water sounds have disappeared entirely and that the offset In some places has boon to transform tho ph loal tea lures of tho country The Intention IIs not to prohibit the use of tho water for modern Industry demands moro and moro of that but to rogulato It so that tho streams may at the same time bo preserved for their beauty and their use- fulnessISM 1 u puq 1 ITCrnMG SKIN DISEASESare pthe f wonderful emotive sad healing prep cities of ZEMO toAAkyeaZEMO v world today for the cure of every farm i r- of skin and scalp disease ZEMO ban b honest medicine and always cares Get a bottle toddy of your druggist or Ie write toes It O MeCoanMthtr f llie It W Cuts tFoss Adatre cfir II ant toe evtd e tmtnn Mf klWac t eei matur ill Mbr t cs-I b IUf Tuna w tx M liniit MwdUIat Bad IldadbaMStairlapakk PrlceSI00 Leading Druggist or by Express yutaioOCLTD- TE W ROSE MEDICINE CO 30M Ollie Strb ST LOUIS MO i mi i OuruUit sad Sll S T mm w HELM ft KLIJBOK The Present Assembly- By studying the names of the k members elect of the General Assembly which ta in seclon now the fact is revealed that but seventeen members ot the House were reelected which is about up to the average of members returned The rep resentatives reelected and the coun ties from which they come are s J Hal Woedford of Bourbon I HartyII Weitkarap of Campbell J Sloan of Clinton W A Jones of Caldwell j W F Klalr of Lexington W J Jackson of Hiokman 7 B Hannah of Greenup Chris Meuller of Louisville IL C Simmons of Kenton L W Araett of Kenton Robt Enlow of LaRue W A B Davis of Rockcastle Virgil Mo Knight of Mason J W Clay of Montgomery W J Gooob Simpson and Gus Wilson of Union Four men who have served m previous sessions are back in this They are J P Haswell of Breckin ridge J B Stewart of Hancock j Gus Richardson of Meade and W C McChord of Washington Probably the youngest member in the House will be Cleves Klnkeod + of Louisville with Dr CreoeHus of Pendleton a dose second t There are two brothers in theII House J W Berkshire of Boone Bed P W Berkshire of Davless Neither knew the other was a candi date until the nomination J W Nichols of Carlisle will have the distinction of serving theii same body and from the same dis mot as lies father and grandfather did before him There are several duplicates in the House and the Jaoksoas go better wish triplicates These are W J Jaokeon of Hiokman J H Jackson of Owen and T C Jackson of Marion The Smith b family ta represented by Sawyer Smith of Knox and J L Smith of Lawrence It lIt likely that they well got close together daring the session as J L ta a redhot Democrat while Sawyer ta eojenlly as rompant a Republican The members of the Brows family In the rbody pro W N Brown of Mercer and Frank Brown of Nelson They also belong on different sides of the political fence Frank being a Demo crat The Davtaes have two to their credit John T of LoakvtUe W A B of RookeasUe Both are Republicans These is also H t L Meyers of Butler and Imanuel Meyers of Louisville There ta an t R L Hutchcrson of Henderson The latter began bis public corset as a page in the Senate in 1191 when lib father was State Senator atprobably Isaac G Rice of Johnson who bears a strong resemblance to Abraham Lincoln i Last week little Artk Deprec eightyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Dupree of Columbus was run down by an engine at the Mead i + OWl crossing in Fulton and both her N feet were so badly crushed that it f was necessary to amputate themtGroceries at Moores t r- A ruI itf 11 P NOTICE Your Water and Light rent iis due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off This took effect November I 1906 i Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at the Ice factory Office open from 7 n m until 6 p m any day except Sunday and on the 9th and 10th of eachmonth it is open until 9 p m- Hickman t Ice Coal Co Inc AOCARUTHERSMg U I Will build youff tONA HOMEtar sY MONTI II Y IAYMMNTS It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of building material builders hardware sash and doors to be found in the city My prices are tight You be the judge call and sec v A DCDIS Commissoners Sale Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Commercial Brink Etc Pfatntu Vs Mrs Margaret Porter Defendant llo tty By vUturc of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of Fultoa Circuit Court rendered at the September torn thereof 1907 in the above caves a for the sum o4 three thousand eighty three dollars and forty cents with la terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 17th day of September 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 30th day of January 1906 at 10 oclock a m or thereabout being Circuit Court day upon a credit of six months the following described property towit one hundred and seventeen acres and accretions in the Civil District No 8 Range West bounded on the North by J C Hawkins on the Bast by the Mississippi river on the South bytheBessie and New Madrid road the same being land inherited by the den fendant Mrs Marniret Porter from her father Jt C Everett deceased as shown by the deed of reloast ex ecuted by all the heirs of R C Everett on Sept 36th 1167 sad on record in D B No 14 pages 59S eotyCourt producethemade For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and elect of a Judgment Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms J 1L MJUTHL Comr Commissioners Sale Fulton County CUouU Court Tom Ring Plaintiff vss Pap Ferroll It Bob Merlwoatker I Defendantk Bournr By virtue of a Judgment and or der of Sale of Fulton CUouit Court rendered at the September term there of 1907 in the above cause for the sum of Nine Dollars with in terest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 24th day of June 1907 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hickman Ky to the highest bidier at Public Auction on the 20th day of January 1908 at 10 oclock a m or there about being County Court day upon a credit of six months the fol lowing described property towit The West 10 feet of lots No 160 to 165 inclusive in Block No4 as same are known and designated upon the plan or map of East Hick n KentuckyOr toe sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute bond dayof1eJudgmentilllspromptly with these terms J K Mutant Comr J P LEGGATE GOOD RIGS Give us a trial and see we dont especiallyftertraveling men lypHOME KO 119 XXawM sf Mans Fergetfulnets If oifj woman who has MO pock Mol will stop to think that the average raaa keg at beet II eke romp wader feed bitter why her letters latnuted to kim oceMioealljr dont get malte- datemtnatWr hews Orewtk ef New York New York citys first Roman OAth one church WM built In ITBi at mar ulsy ami Church streets where St lam mow Hands New there are la tin ettr lit KoeuM CatiteMe ehureh edne Dont Wait PnacrJ LvuntutcurlcurlCuuICY CI LizunN JxlHtrlunuu Jin for4 ICH Mo Luau When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes chronic Till serious kidney troubles develop Tilt urinary troubles destroy nights rest Mrs L B Taylor of 810 East saysSevorala kidneysIacross my back and loins and was also much annoyed by the too free quent action of the kidney secretions especially night I steadily grew worse began to be annoyed by dizziness and a feeling of languor and depression I procured Doans Kidney Pills and felt relief from the first I continued the treatment and was won cured I gave a statement to this effect in 1900 and am glad to confirm same at this time for the cure has proven to be a permanent one II For sale by all dealers Price 50 BuffaloNewedStatesRemember the name Doans and take no other I ar r 0 0 H t 1I1J i kawi ourers p I Jj TO WAYWARD IOMI AXD BAU0- Hmu Sots awl daughters listen while we tell you swathing Do you know that your actions give away the fact goodIold father have they done that you should be ashamed of them They hay worked hard and gone without luxu ries that you might wear good oloth es obtain an education and enjo yourself while young It was their intention to give you a good start 1IN life to At you to cope with the world i but It has net Mil that effect It has simply given you the swellhead You have got it bod You have come to think you are better f flesh and Mood than oommenI people and that in allowing your self to associate with the old folks l you are doing them a great Cuvor1 Of course they are in a great mcas ure to blame for this In their anxiety to put you forward they dWI not notice that pew were dealepln- into I a fool and they dont know IitI yet They s4notrery love you and their love Winds their eyes Bui other people notice It and it wilt be come apparent to your parents by andby Sometime they will And1i out that all the wee you have lori them is to get your heard efothlHg alhamedlofII I old hearts Now dont let that hap pen We tell you plainly that yowl father or mother knows as much ala i whole train wad of you feathers are not as Aoe but you willl yet learn that Ane feathers cover many a loolish blvd Look at the goose She doesnt know enough toi go m out of the rain The SensfMe way for you to do late get right down off your high horse and take a good look at yourself If you will do this you will find that your par oats are ROt ashamed of you and wit go to work and make something else than a simpleton of yourself If you do not get your eyes open no you will when your children grow up if you ewer raise any They will treat you as you now treat your parents and will net be to blame if you dont knew any ore then thou now Of course we have no such young people in this community but they are unite numerous In alt other localities THE TRUE WIlL Oftentimes we have seen a tall ship glide by against the tide as if drawn by some invisible bowline with a hundred strong arms pulling it Her sails were unfilled her streamers were all drooping she bad neither sidewheel nor stern wheel still she moved on stately iit serene triumph as with her own life But we knew that on the other side of the ship hidden beneath the great bulk that swam so majestically there was a little toilsome steam tug with a heart of Ire and arms iron that was tugging iit bravely on j and we knew that If the little steam tug untwined her arms and left the shipI it would wallow and roll about and drift hither and thither and go off with the refluent tide no man knows where And so we have known more than one genius highdeck full frelghted idlesailed but that for the bare toiling arms and brave warmbeating heart of the faithful little wife that nestles close to him would have gone down withI the stream and have been hoard of no more DO IT YOUMBLP Do not ask the teacher or lomeI classmate to solve that hard pro blem Do It yourself You might as well let him eat your dinner as do your sums for you It is in studying as in eating he who does it gets the benefit and not he wboI sees it done In almost any school the teacher learns more than the best scholars simply because the teacher is compelled to solve all the difficult problems and answer all the pupilsDothat difficult word or assist you InI qtbe performance of any of your stud lei Do it yourself Never mind notjagain every your ability and you will finally succeed by dint of the very wisdom and strength gained in the effort even though at first the problem was be yond your skill It is the study and not the answer that realty re wards your labor Look at that boy who has Just succeeded after four long hours of hard study cHow his large eye is lifted up with a proud joy as he marshes to his class I He treads like a conqueror hisylamp burned low and this morning be waked at dawn Once or twice be nearly give it up He had tried his last that j but a new thet strikes him and be ponders the last pro cees He tries once more and sue coeds I and now mark the air of con scious strength with ikich he pro nounces his demonstration His poor weak sehool mate who gave 1up that same problem after hit first trial now woks up to him with some thing of a wonder as a superior icing And he is his superior greatggull between those beys who stood side by aide yesterday The boy who did it for himself has taken A stride upward and what is better still has gained strength to take other and better ones The boy who waited to ser others de it has lest both strength and courage and is al1 IIready looking for some gold excuse up school and study forever Do it yourself Remember the council given to the artist who lay reclining upon his ot hand wound- r ring what the labs would work out for him Directing his attention to a block of unhewn marMe with a chisel tying by its fMe the sculptor in the vision is represented as thus addressing Mm t+ e I the tH tt1h1 Iam u eks Tab it wark H M fly wilt 1 TOW ataae mutbs 5sIk 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