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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 i 6PlcNICKMAN IS THE BEST TOWN TO THE e t t b J tSQUARE INCH IN THEJ S WHyLOCATJ IN A bEAD qNE THE HIeKM1N eeURIER r r IJ Tm that Pulls the Commrcitl Waon j IL thy Hill of Success The Conner hu a Spnin Coed Teem Crease the tfxw of Your Wagon Old Men and Lets ArVcA Up 1aaltto HHICKMAN p t S WBITDBlf FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 31 19O8 WHOLE HO 3313 ir nAilj I A Great Opportunity 75Or IIf you need another suit before spring now iU your chan c- All odd Iota and broken sizes m our 10 91250 and 15 suits have been grouped And marked at the ridiculously low price of 750You x never before had an opportunity to buy such a good suit for f Sll ithArnbJ T Nted Better Roads eader prints tbe tot v ruing Fulton oeunty 011 sound logic and ht to hue the Mien pie i ao there was some 1 roads for our coun VNow U is rich there F A good road Is al red awl li a source ronvMteMe le every 4 roads attract popu t AI good schools and Kt roads Improve the rv1O ibat It U said ye mites from market 4 bad road Is of less tually good farm con ftxxi road r ad can be drawn by T a good road than by r ad one Good roads greater exchange of u commodities between a i another Good road i value to railroads as i iiothing more valuable ids to a community and i Fulton county itand mtit our country friends tit betterment of roads V A source of comfort and navel What we should T roads thus work to All The World- i MallanlV Huaw rpgxterit i r miMMl h U is t40 UHMliWD SUP Joint eutyoil nowUMmiatfYtRebN I raeNbanitJ-RI lInt HIM rile sN4- Mrr C H Smithi Dead J il Smith one of the best T t virinity died at her fdf1 west of Hickman IT J6 of pneumonia w as about 40 years of age t the Methodist church r ihitian woman C tvices were conducted t t WltII Monday at the daughter Mrs Part I t Hickman Burial at uttery Monday after ithis survived by her H Smith a prominent ldl ad three daughters L ParllowMiry= IT extends sympathy tto A Jones lr arrestedfuri IL san and taken to Paducah bootleggervI by United States Corn I 1udner for want of satin r1 r ncc ti Another Good Show The best show that has been in Hlokman for a long time was the Bell Doyt the opera house Monday night It is a rolHeklng mvsloal comedy handled by a strong oompAay of about eighteen members Hebrides being halt of amusing dtalopebrlUttthat goes to make up a high class musical show A Yell Boy has a umber of Wg ads and novelties that place It in a clan all by itself at the very trout of entertainments ofI order Bvery thing is MW and this bright The scenery a carload of It beautiful the eottum s gorgeous and the electrical effects such as have never before been attempted here One of the sensational scents In the piece was a song by Miss Irene Drew Iin which she introduced a regulation stand louring car with a bewildering blase of light furnished by over two hundred electric lamps Another brilliant electrical rifest was the great Mooa scone a magni lent spectacle in Itself Introducing the charming little Ella Calvin as Cupid The latter scone with the special scenery painted for It the costumes chorus properties and electrioal effects is said to be one of the most costly single scenes ever used in a musical comedy employing as it does the full strength of the company They are welcome to Hlokman any old time High Water Protection Representative Wallace of Arkan sas has introduced a Mil providing for the construction of mounds or places of refuge and softly for pooI pie and live stock on territory between the Mississippi river and the levee subject to overflows In ex planation of his bill Mr Wallace said that at some places the levee is built many miles back from the river leaving homes and valuable property exposed to the damaging encroachments of high water If this bill is passed it will prove a boon to the settlers on the exposed place between the river and the levee as well as to live stock beside protecting rich farm lands and other damagest Mr Business Man The Courier will have the swellest line of 1909 calendar samples that will be shown in Hickman this year We have no traveling salesmans expenses to pay and can furnish you these goods at a less price than outoftown firms Dont buy until you have seen our line You advocate home trade II and have an opportunity toI practice what you preach n 4i xhlo1 In The fourth Estate I ITbe Tennessee Railroad Comrals thStatepusengetare age books are also to be redeemable at the end of the year M UnaleFuller seetlitoPtU1iclothtoo little about their necks but th dctors may not agree with me fog even the doctor has to livoIM A laughing woman Is usually i beTherethe hardworking worried man fit one that laughs C F Beflknam was up from Hit 8 Saturday and wMIe m town klrd htlllurl running fun Walt A large umberii of mew were laid off during the Jinan dal difteutticr You may think you are using the 6adTyIyou Icacle For Mlc it C H Moore Phone No 4 fr+ Two disUngutohfrd Kentuckians will have their pictures on the State chocks Iin the future Instead of the picture of William Goebel Gov i Wnison tide wtek decided to put on the chocks pictures of Abraham Linccln and John C Brccklnrldge itThomas King a bachelor died in Cairo Monday leaving a fortune estimated at 15000 to his negro housekeeper King was 77 ynalf oM and It is believed that be has not one tingle living relative His eat j lest recollections are as a foundling- In an orphan asylum in England He came to Cairo in 186J and has since followed his trade of tailor I He acquired considerable property mostly tenement nousts occupied by negroes He had a room In one of these houses where his housekeeper 1 Mattie Smith looked after I him It is said that be owned stock In a department store in Chicago as well as in a sanitarium there I + I Fashion saps that ladles hats are I smaller than last year How about i the bills + I j Papers at Paduoah have announced c that the Chicago Masters lilt nois and the Big Pour railroads are I about to bridge the Ohio River and j build Into Padaoah this 1rjj I M Two sensational beds were intro duced in the Legislature last week one in the Senate by Setnlor Brown and a bill exactly the same la thet I Lower house requiring a license of i j 1 SO per acre on all tobacco that is alit in Kentucky during the year ij 1908 Those bills created some ex cltement and there is chance of them lit becoming lawstj ++ j EIICoeklt it goes without saying that it is a good one editorially and typhoRra i phlonlly The Courier extends a It cordial welcome on its exchange Met w IP aWhenney nerves get weak then these orIj jans always fall Dont drug thec Stomach nor stimulate the HeArt orti Kidneys That iis simply a make fDrugglstlI f Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these inside nerves Strengthen WeakII nerves build them upwitb Shoops Restorative tablets or 11 quidand see how qulolcy helpwill 1 come Free sample test sent on re- questby Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this test 1 Sold by all dealers j A new school book bill has been prepared and will be introduced ing the Kentucky Legislature It provides that books of any quality may be used but that the prices shall not be higher than In other States Most every boy has at some time in his life been sent by some prac tical joker to a drug store for some White lamp black Well here Iis something new under the sun In Wrighbburghlte weightleavesturning makes red ashes like a wood ire It is not reported whether it makes any heat in burn Ing or not +The fellow who Is shumtng for benmuch interested in the information that Ihere is to be no reduction in the price of diamonds +Had there been no Trusts there would have been no Night Riders but that deesnl excuse the one nor the other iWhen Governor Wlllson wagon the raging stump be scored Democratic Legislatures for creating un necessary offices II Governor Will son has given no Indication as yet of a disposition to abolish any of these unnecessary offices +Henry Watterson says that most marryAmerSnfrom valets and butchers and that titles were orlginolly stolen during the French Revolution +A bill has been introduced in the Legislature which would drive the American Tobacco Co out of Kentucky and the Louisville warehouse- men wilt fight It to a finish +The Chicago Journal speaks ot IoThe Night Riders of Kentucky as- j rough farmers living remote from eloquentjing town from their mountain fast nesses There is need for a new oCIr of some people who are supposed to be public educators borders on th marvelous +The farmer In Fulton county canI raise from 300 to JOG bushels of sweet potatoes or 400 bushels ofr Irish potatoes to the acre and for 300 he can build a house that willl keep them tbe year round He oa plant an acre of artichokes andI fatten fifty hogs on it The hogs cando their own digging and waste nothing He can raise stock 100 per cent cheaper than can be done father north He will not have tot fertllixe his land to make it yield a good crop but as in alt other countries fertilization pays good re turns upon the cost He can make a living easier than in any other place In the Union and at the sam- ime e enjoy a more equitable climate He can run his farm without a mortgage on it He can raise line fruit a greater variety and more of ban in other country in the world He can have vegetables on hit table the year round He can plant one acre in cane and make 200 gallons of beautiful clear Syrup with no wang to It He con raise four tons groundIdoes not to once in five years Bees require no alien lion further than taking what honey you want Five tons of German Millet is not a large yield for acre n Wet land sown in red top orms an everlasting meadow of the finest hay in the world One bun peach trees to the acre andI three to five bushels of choice CrultI tree can be counted after the thrdyearTo tAutl r I up a child in the way he should go travel that way yourself j Stories first heard at a mothers I knee are never wholly forgotten i a little spring that never dries up on our journey through scorching years The sooner you get a child to be a law unto himself the sooner youJJ make a man of him Children need models more than criticism Wett can never check what is in the young unless we cherish what is in them M Gasoline in single gallon lots at 25c at the Courier office Ir iftt i The White Goods Sale 1 i Now in Progress t Enables you to select from the larg 11 r eSt and most complete stock of white I goods in this vicinity The assort i ments are large enough and the prices are attractive enough to hold the at tention of the public for weeks f t The lines involved are Undermuslins White Waistsf Lacesf Linens White Goods Muslins Per cales Dress Ginghams Madras Etc Make your purchases now and do your sewing during the winter months Smith S cAmberg h Make It Yourself There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eminent authority who write tor sasses or a large Eastern daily paper will highly appreciated by those who six for Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounoe Compound Kargon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsapa rllla Shake these well in a bottle and take teaspoonful doses after eeach meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few I victims of this dread and readyrperltoIstrengthen a live tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter And strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause n only Rheumatism but numerl other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their Kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers tram any utinaro trouble whatever should not beastst to make up this mixture as it is cer tain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggists say they willI either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Snoops tboroughIvtells mothers everywhere to give i BBtwithout hesitation even to very babes The wholesome green youngIalI and tender stems of t lung mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Shoopa Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloro form nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call thisI shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure Sold by all dealers It has been announced that Miss Phipps and Chas Burrows will be united in marriage at the home of the bride in Fast Fulton Feb 5 After tbe wedding the couple will depart for New Orleans to spend a few days Get better meat I have itC- H Moorcfe I c c 4- r Levee Completed Bondurant It Wilson completed e their part of the levee in the bottom below Hickman Saturday Mr Dumngron who has a contract for portionare glad that the work has been completed before the high water thisayear as it will save the farmers of that part of the county several thoue and dollars Why rettillend ute sHy old thine your nlbbor recom mends Jluyatxmieof WblleVOreamVer andIIntteaetlopuny tx tee tat Mr FtawrltetiMy not retain It rood and sued all night I need andIn aa wIIROhl alldlIelmRural Delivery Patrons toofsomeususpatrons of rural delivery of placing loose coma in their boxes each time they desire to dispatch letters In altboTbir practice imposes undue hard ship on rural carriers In removing loose reins from boxes and delaysTthem on the service of their urgentlylivery provide themselves and keep on hand a supply of stamps consistent with and in advance of their needs It Iis also very desirable that rural patrons place in their malls hoses small detachable cups placeppurch11sfngt supplies stamps INoticeI To all market gardners and truck growers who wish to grow cabbage tomatoes and antelope for tbe market j I would be glad to furnishryour plants I have 50000 cab bag plants now up and will bett ready for transplanting in a short 1 time also have the big Boston furs heading early in the like cabbageG L Lowery letJJ j i The 4monthsold child of J Icity4- Monday Y Clarence Willams of Fulton spent Sunday in Hickman the guest of one of Hickmans fair daughters Frank Burns a prominent young merchant of McKenzie spent Sunday f In Hickman t And still we have no hitchrackst I 7 t iii 1 Last Chance To buy Staple Dry Goods at these Prices Hope Doweotte In BYllUuUtyfo- Bet Se Calico In lull pieoes per yard6a- LoMd l Domestic la remnants 1Oc1 7 12c yard wM Hoary Brews Domestic atdoFtpptrell Ble oiMd SdMtlHg 4JOoAm- olkcaC Apron Ck cks Best Sc But 35c Fofttiior Bed TWdng19c Table OH Cloth SSc ky19c After the Sale we will be unable to make those prices Last Two Days =up o- fELLISONS Remnant For the last of this wonderful sale provided new and interesting which will make these two days the busiest yet have just shipments of several purchases merchandise made less than ruling and goods will all go this prices And stock again and made reductions on many lots of merchandise ao that your opportunities for in these last two days will P the you had STORE OPENS SATURDAY MORNING AT 0 OCLOCK TO HAND AT THAT HOUR ==== =SATURDAY and MONDAY FEBRUARY and 3rd Telling Reductions On All Ladios Mlosos and cChMreo CLOAKS and WRAPS Ladies 1250 and 1500 Coat 6JS Ladles 750 and 1000 Cartta395H- ope I 9e Misses 200 Coats Ne Missec 300 and 400 195 Misses 500 and 600 Costs 39t ChtMroM Bearskins IN SPECIAL SALE OF Dress and Silks like this at pins like these ware never been semi before 125 all wool Broadcloth 53 Meh6 c SOc Goodf solid black and Nfht plaids 39 65c Panama Joiach 49e Tablet9e SOc 60c and 75c Taffetas sad Qrfoa Silks fancy colorsH 2Sc SSc Taffetas solid and faaty 67c aacorUnent Velvets 25c Table Linensand Towels Remarkable Reduction lOc Towel 4c II2Sc 19c Tuikey Red TMo DIIt11c Fancy Oil Table LNM MeojMtWy colors H 49c White MeroeriMd 40e Table OanMok 20 BARGAINS All Wool 104 Blankets 33 150 Colton BlanketsH98o 1 Mon 5UCarch Shirts I 150 Comforts 9SC tOo Cotton Battl70White Bed Spreads S90 It If IJicknhttn I i Final Wind Mill Sale1 Sacrifice Prices On AU LADIES These are the famous Howard Skirts ic RUMMMU initiates and Visiles at repre seattef jut about out of materials 1200 Skirts for 698 6inC 10II H SOII II 00II J9B 500 Closing Out Clothing Prices Sensational Sacrifice 17 39 Hosiery andUnderwear Big Bargains Ladle and Chlldreos 10e Hose7o 3So Hose 19o Mo Heavy Mixed and Plain Sox 80 Moo Heavy Fleeosd Under Shirts atH JSc Ladle 85o qoallty Vests and Plats 19o- ChlWreni SSc Union SUlts25c you any the for any age 15 16 15 for BARGAINS lOc Wide JmtretdryMSC 12 Inch Wide BRtllrtldervl00 15o Val Lees Ladles Hhndkerahlefs3a 2So Handkerahlefs1212 8a Mill Remnants at Prices Calico best qoMty fe storl pieces onehalf to CM yard long each11-B d Caltoe in long pleoes fc Linen Finish WWtc Setting 100 ISo Indian Head lOo Mercerised Oxford Waist Ings PlOeLonsdale Bieeehed Dtaies ltk Elks and Velvets SSc White Mercerised Tattle Damask 29c ffered amel I s l offer of Overcoat in house to choice of Mens Suits 14 worth to your choice 8e lOa 150 Handkerohiefs tie Shoes and Overshoes all at Greatly Prices Entire stock of and Overshoes for Men Women and Children offered during the Sale at ont prices 10PuddingPans C Many lots of odds and code at loa half price One lot of ends good Shoes worth to 400 1tM FISH POND 10ra Line In order o provide for the quick dk trlbution of and to furnleh entertainment and amusement for everyone we have built a Mud with all kinds of merchandise fish may fish for lOc a line and every fish caught will be Worth at lout lOo most of them much more than lOc The fish caught out of the pond will easily be worth10c to SIoo White Goods and Linens A MW arrival of LIRe adds Mtercit to the phosomeaal hargsin lbaTe kick Dress Lines 4fa 60a Irish awl Ltneiis yard wide pore ltaca 480 Large En 1AO Basin 150 quality 90 inch Linen Sheeting 1 J9 ISo Llneu Finish Silting lea 2Sc and 3Sc Metetrued Waktbsga19s- Plot ladle LtneiM He aresea We choice Suit or actually worth 1200 200O We offer Young 10 IEEI i 350 During the only 9SO Window Shadai 23o Yelet Rigs Sic 3S 00 fcr13 Art Tapestry BARGAINS So tlttnJc50 Pin Jc So Pins Ja- Sc lelH1oSc Taloum Bewdgr 00 3c HUe Ser Tablets M 3c So Box see Sale of Wonderful Bargains for Tn- Jnit secure QJ of K etot prloif tKt gjfeMte these articles at 1O- CHOICE 10c Auger Bits Large Enamel Wash Iieoie Carpenters Steel Squares quart Enamel PwWtag Pan Stew Pans Bk lv Preserve Kettle Spting 1 White Wash Brush rl ftc i Cuspidors Panel s two days we have many features WV received new at prices these into sale at special bargain further saving h we have gone through our WE ADVISE EVERYONE BE ON greatest ever ist = === = Domestic 400 Goods Uetchondlee Dross fancy DIe f SKIRTS 48 398 Sensational 750 Reduced Shoes than odds and 200 Bargains fishpond Everyone 36 gtrxtlty20a Sheer Velvet prohate Great Bargains IN MENS FURNISHINGS Mess Monarch 1M Shins Chichi 3tO Btoe Shirts Mesa Undershirts nV assortment ft to 25iC lOc HandteraMafs- BOcSutponders quality Half Hoot JSe ami 50t Fanny SMC SPECIAL SALE l Boys KnaaPant Suits Sate of BM Knee Put Suit hciw cilptt4os Loot 150 to 310 ky1We JMt Sum JO to JGt kt 50H lugcttOC 450 t 450t09KJSc Boys Knee Bails 7ScIt135 Ie House Furnishings Special Reductions Sale J yard HoUlnghat tate Curtains lSO vafcw 140 Wall Unmet Vwrc ia7- UJO Brussels 9x12 Artfwre 1285 Pearl Safety Thfm SeSoap SOlnvelopelJc New to 6 hoary 7kva1u Bzira J Mfeiis Pants at Bargain Prices Mens 14041ts Mcns 110 pAs Men 400 Past Men 400P6o4a MensSt FaiUi Mens Gets Ccrtoroy 1 Mens 2SO tOstderoy ta BARGAINS Mens Canvas gloves Tray Cloths Steel Car lUC penter Sqr Large Mirrors Linen 7So Dresser 8c tlt 1 Mens ISc Handkerohlefs Positively Last Two Days of the big Mill Remnant Sale Alison rose KentuCl9 hf rtt M UUN 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and every day a 01 foot tag and 4 staves two weeks this r manufacture lure f eacfc day SO ootiwoed to grow wets first boih Itt WM hat put IIn at branch of the i that they owned i In site the large LouifvfMe and ortiHMte by bav the Meflgel Box are very gener h each and every a I them forpit rs la the some tier is generally trick houses II For Lung Troubles I I i I r Pectoral cer I uinpilon uRhs coldsII cncilicns weak I I ucak lungs r mistake aboucII AndtiII r will soy so r Btuser years T 0 1011 MAM i Irhas SAmfABtLUlias ii HAIR tIncg- r I ear nanvz r MT 11111I I I I t tna III TP6f11bY I14UIIDI1JLL J I ceaAJIbW When you wanes thai wbiob shall take place bore to night you will understand Her tone lost 111 evenness It tramblfd and blame a Mt wild 1a what manner may I be of serve- Ice to your hlgkNiwer I K lkf14 puns rutty laying anWe my sieve and erep igaln I MM Akftlty give yoH my word It tamer ai a g MUHtan MM 10 report your i re Me kern hot U I am fweeil la duwsdIeslre eW the In bet eyw- Thank ywL I desire then is knew the IMM reason fir I can Mt M a party lo anything whit k way reflect upon the oanaosaie Lot toyH I da set care what UarebnttBi4 wcap la was now la the air1 The prtn tta walked ever to Ute mantel and rNed ber araM iifuv It iUrtn wMeiiye4 IM the tire iworal Mtomei patted I waited petent lr but to teM Ute truss I WM M Are with rwtHHy At tMRth cry pstteno- wris pews rdM- Ys knee beans that I am to Marry the Pftoo ot DomwNikMi she b an- DavMIOM I nodal ysi knee also beard ef my deters isMleii set to loamy btair the went w Apia I HV MCtfa weN I am nt itlox to marry Mm I WM telMd with the desire to list fetal riot What fist KB Mt abI lie wtth wy dtenMels In tttn mttet Netts add tbe xttMet Uiratac lMfMtafly to her aoiopaialiii what a tamgeM1 yw tM bUs ir TIM IfMOfSMo HeUjr drew bask Iliad they Wdsailred oM Dppel btMi I wondered I flan MI tell alit erted ber WAIt neM mlMmiMr 1 tMsply MM nut Von lIMN do K Batly It It new afctetote IT MMWMUT tbM be iboafd know everrtMNC It It abMtolfiy vital that be be preeost Perhaps Heaves has sent hilL Di you wnderttandt Now tea wAnd wmd n to bflbeidt the who hit a few mjontei gone had bran a- princess Is werriMiiE MM seeing Uamiwll she led tress Ute reom COt oto 4ry this was itrowtuR InlefeiUng What bad this doaeJ Thus the Hon orable lieU Moore earl his reel- leneyI the Asseelsan easel at liar Mtoeit were Mt staring late each eth ers eyes hay a mlmMe Von wilt of seine aMdae me your wens of herr She WM hat teteM- Ir been Um d sow btemo eool and nMt puMd If IN pledging it 1 am ached to do nMbtaK ut dtooredH HV eases I am MI an tiidittMMMleiit ImMvtdoaL twa in K to MM her more at ase 11 baveot the least doobl that I wmtM have COM missal any sort ef folly had she red qHlred K of me You tUft my word sir that you will be asked to do MtMmc dltMOor able On the other hand yew will ora let a treat laver upon her blcbneM who It In deep tronWe and It seeking away to eteaM IL OommaRd me raid 1 promptly Her highness IIt being foreed Into marrltce with a man who It oW enough- to be her grandfather She holds him In horror and will go to any length to make this marriage an tmpettlWIHy For my part I have tried to convince her of tho futility ef ret4tUnic her royal unoUa will Benalble lltUe Ilrlllther t what abe IIt about to do i i will be known only to four persons one ef whom IIs a downright rateal A rateair slipped wy lips halt unoenteleutly I trust that I havent given you that Impression I added eagerly to rascal The plot Will thlokenlnc to formidable opaqueness No not the cried hastily with a Sash of summer en her lips I What IIt mere charming than an Hngllth woman with a clear sense of the hu morotwT You havent given mo that ImoroMlon at all expandedIedge It was quite pottlble tbat the looked upon me favorably To proceed There Ila to bo a kind of mock marriage bore tonight and you are to witness IUM She watched me sharply I frowned Pfttlenee Not literally a mock marriage but the filling sit of a bogut certificate I do not understand at all You have heard of Hermann Stein bock a oatlilerud officer Yet I understand that be IIt the vases to whom you refer Well this certinoato It to he mind out completely To outwit tho duko her lilghnuM commits A forgery- It It a terrible thing to do but oho hat gone too far to withdraw now She IIt to become tho wife of liar mann Steinbeck She wishes to show the certirirtto to the duko nut the banns have nut been made publici does not matter nut why detain nei war grow lug restless It was all folly and no good would come of It it IIt necessary that a gentleman should be present The caretaker II aH a gentleman I have aald tIt YL4RZSd1W nrfiteinlxtrlc It a rascal At I review the event I begin to look upon your ar Aral at timely Stelnbock It not a re liable quantity I begin to perceive He la to receive 1000 crowns for hit pan In the ceremony then be It to leave the country Hut the priests tlgntture the no tarts teal1 the ironclad formallllet which attend all these thlngt I slam moredYou will rtoollfct that hot high nttt IIt a princess of the blood Seldom IIt the refused anything In liar tchelt She went to a mull secretary and Mrodoeed a eerlinoile doly aoalfd tad stRRfcd There held Rolblo out ergwwkt sm Hut the rasenl will boast shoat IU He may btaokmaU all of year Hi tarry convince the mrtrtto Unit bo ha rally married her blohRooa I think not We have not moved In tIM Mtudly 84eMhawk we koow to have forged tbe MOM of tye doerof nnotwe Wo held this sword above his bad ARd It he ihooM sink or beast of It yoMr word wooM MIll groHter weigM than hit Do you ua derotaod ROW rVoa I understand Mot I believe that I am geootiisty sorry to have broad we l late thin cattle tooavht 01t If you ask OOUVRW rare Iwily I laughed 1Mt afraid of 20 SleiRboHia Her teogbler choMi mine Come Mr fly the way I believe I do net knew your onto WarHomoR Artbmr WRrrwgfon That It a very good Buxltoh name tttd a gotrilomtn pOMciriR It wilt nsver leaveI two WOMOR m a predloa meat like thu YON will ndortund that we dare not trust any one at oeort HoMttve to her blRbneit the duke twoeedt In brHriog all Nat a rascal Mite Mrtowokl I knowa bit Wftrtly It It pardonable le aar that I be lIefe her blghnett has been very tool lib The girl made a gesture which eon ceded the tact Itl too late to re treat at I have told you Steinbeck IIt already on the way We mans trust him IhlttMIr Alter aM what fees a eesalatea- mount to This teemed to be answer enough She etleRded her haRd IR a royal lash ten I took It In one of mine bent and kissed It respectfully Apparently the had eipeoted the eldfathlened handshake familiar to our common nee for I obterved that the darted at my lips same Into contact with the back ef her hand As for me when my lips touched the satin flesh I knew that It was all over Your highness she called The princess returned She looked at me with a mixture of fleraenett and defiance humility and tuppltoatlen I had always supposed ber to be a sort or hobbledehoy Instead the was one of these rare creatures who possess all the varying moods ef the tex I could readily Imagine all the young fellows falling violently In love with ber all the young fellows save one I glanced furtively at the Honorable petty lie knows all asked her highness her chin tilted aggressively Bvcrythlng What mutt you think of me There was the In her highness tone tone which dared me to express any opinion tbat was net totally eompll mentary I am Ret infllelently wellborn to pass an opinion upon your highness aotlent I replied with eicuiable Irony Hicellentl the exclaimed I have grown weary of sycophants You are sot afraid of me at all Not In the slightest degree I de clared You will not regret what you are about to do I can make It very pleasant for you In Birtohelt or very un pleasant Hut this threatening supplement was made harmless by the ac companying smile May I offer the advice of rather a worldly man Welir When Stelnbook comet bid him go about hit business The Honorable Betty nodded approv ingly but her highness shrugged Since you are decided and I bowed Now what time does this fellow put In hit appearance Her highness beamed upon the lion orable Betty Ml slice the way be says this fellow It reassures roe He IIs due at nine oclock that IIt to say In halt an hour I will give you these di rections I do not wish Stelnbock to know of your presence here You will aIde In the talon close to the por tines within call Moreover I shall have to Impose upon you the disagreeable duty of playing the listener Ut nothing escape your ear or your eye I am not certain of this fellow Stein book though I bold a sword above his head Out where are your menT I asked She smiled There Is no one hero butleopoldYour to meet Steinbeck alone rI hart BO fear ot him be knows J FUOUA HELM CO IIlil i ir We are showing New Spring Goods of everyii description in the dry goods lineff t tISfew Embroideries Laces Ginghams Suitingsff Scotch Cloths Chiffon Taffeta Suitings t Linene in white black brown blue Also White Linen waiting of sheer quality Heavy Linen Mercerized ready shrunk Lines Sheeting White goods plain figured and embroidericd Black white and color mercerized waisting Newest things in Ladies Bags Combs Collars Ties Belt Buckles Etc shat Wo will have with UB Friday and Saturday an experienced cutter nnd floor t representing Soilless Bros Co of Baltimore with a full lino of samples of the now and appropriate fabrics for mono clothing Oomo and meet him and two the new things for Spring n If r who I m- MverrUl1nllr shall be done at you with I troretly hoped I might have the opportunity to punch Slelnbooks headThank you The transition ef her moods always left me In wonder Play something It IIt Impossible to talk She perched herself on the broad arm of the Honorable Ilettyt chair and her arm rtttrd lightly but affectionately on her shoulder It was something for a nan to gain the confidence In to short a time of two such women I felt at bravo at Bayard Bo I sat down before the piano and played My two accomplish menu are horseback riding and music and I candidly tell you tbat I am as reckless at one at at the other I had a good memory I played something from Cbaralnade as her fancies are always airy and agreeable and unmel anobTy I was attacking The flatterer when bet highness touched my armHark We all ilttened latently The sound of beating hoofs came dlttlnctly A tingle horseman was galloping along tbe highway toward the castle The sound grow nearer and nearer pres ently It ceaicd I rote quietly- It IIt time I hid myself for doubtless this rider Is the man The princes paled for a moment while left romtioRMO Rorrawalr plucked H q edVM tf be 1r I r Go saW the farmer and be watch L I then took up ray PUIIMa bahlnd Ac itortlertM Truly I had stumbled nlo an adventure but how to stumble wt again If the duke get wind of It t would mesa my recall and I was of i mind just then that I was going tore partletihirly tend of tlarsrhelt All was silent A doer closed and then came the tread ef feet I peered hreufh the portieres shortlyI to tee he entrance of two men ORB of wham was the old caretaker Ills companion was a dark handtemo fellow of Hun Itrlan UJI1 type There was a devil aayrarc air about him that flttwl him well II was Stelnbnrk He was 1n t ed with scrupulous rare In spite f the tart that he wore riding clothes l JI Your Hlghneii Sees That I Am Prompt H It IIt possible that he recognized the Importance of the event One did not write ones name under a princess signature every day even In mockery There was a hslfsmlle on his face that 1 did not like KODAK The best sort of an instructor you can get in the family if you wish to teach thg children observation or nature study Prevent Nature Faking 100 200 and up HELM ELLISON I Your highness sees that I am prompt uncovering It IIt well Let us proceed at once to conclude the matter In hand the said Wholly at your service Hang the follows Impudence Hew dared he use that Jovial tone I heard the crackle of RtrehmuRt The certificate was being URfoMed tit occurred to me that while she wa about It the princess might just at woll have forged the rascals name aad wholly dltpeoted with his services The whole affair struck me as being Ineffective nothing would come of It If she tried to make the duke belles that the had married Stelnbock her uncle would probe the matter to the bottom and In the end cover her with ridicule lint you can not tell a young woman anything when the IIt a prln ecu and In the habit ot having he own way It Is remarkable how stupid clever women can be at times The Honorable Betty understood but her highness would not bo convinced Thus she suffered this needless affront Pan don this parenthesis but when one talks from behind a curtain tile par enthtilt Is tho only available thing 1 There was silence I saw Stclnbook poise the pen then scribble on th parchment It was done I stirre restlessly There cried Steinbeck Ills vole d did net lack a certain triumph An now for the duplicatel COKTIKUED NEXT WEEK College Roll of Honor At Hickman College the exami nation ending the first five month= has Just been completed and the following rose to the high plane of t honor roll t SENIORS Elisabeth Corum 953 Harold DeBow 92 JUNIORSRose Campbcl191Lillian Grace Wilson 955 Marguerite Fuqua 921 Lida Moore89310ThI Lois Bartlett 965 Hazelle obnlon9J5D-ora Cavitt9329TH Emma Tyler 982 Nannie Melheny848BTII Pansy Weathcrly 942 Lillie Hackett 914 Grace Nannie Lon Naylor Kimercr Smith 90I Lillie Knoerr 783 7TH GRADE Lillie Coffey 934 Irene Thompson 92 Paul Choale912Cy- rus Oliver 91 Chester Barnes 89 Lewis Lunsford 884 6111 ORADB Maurice Wlllon92Nellie Glasler t 90 Mell Barry 89 Gladys Caldwell ll8 Hazel Melheny88Herbert Plckelt87Emmett BamesS 4 STH GRADE Lexie RlceJISMarshall cDanle195Baltzer Dodds 95 Fay Glasier 94 Marie Knoerr 93 Lily Creason 93 4TH ORADE Milton Hackett 988 Alice Hodges 98 Emma B Mayers 964 Mary S Burnett 962 Celeste Roberts 96 Nannie Higgins 952 Have you a farm for sale The Courier Realty Co has a buyer rr ln Has Leased Property The firm of W G Reynolds a Sons has leased the W A Dodds ground south of the Ball Park and is now erecting a slaughter houleIand cold storage building together I with stock pens and other necessarytequipment Mr Gamer manager eof this branch of the firm InformIus that it will be only a short time until this work is completed Their office has been fitted up and is located in the Farmers Hardware Co warehouse where they will be glad to receive their customers and poultryNo 28 For less then thirty dolt lars per acre we offer a beautifulI52aore tract of land adjoining land that cant be bought for twice the money The location is all that one could asktwo and onehalf miles from town on two mail routes arid Ibalnnce t ought to DC worth S400 There is nicedbuilding plenty of water for stock and can easily be made a mod del little farm Grows tobacco wheat d yieldParty i being interested in another proposi j placelionand tensed Dont ask questions un less you are interested But this land is desirable for either a home Ieor investment Write or call on Hickman Courier Realty Co slWill U Caldwell son of James E Caldwell president of the Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph Com pony shot and killed himself at his uncles home near Nashville Monday morning Caldwell was 21 years old and had been mentally unsound because of ill health for some time He was unmarried The Courier and the weekly Com mercialAppeal one year for SI 25 Cut 1 it OutNfl many a doctor to leis a lady patients because he doesnt know of any mall sine that will cure female i i troubles except the sur geons knife- That ti such a medicine cIstshowcvcrisprovcdby thousands of cures nude by r OFCARDUI It1iii Cures Woiib Disease 4D It hal and the Uves of many wok sick women end rescued oUt ors tram a Ufetlma of chronic aide y MM It wlU cure you If you will only give It a dunce Try It Sold by all druulsts and deal ers In 100 bottles OAR OT SUPPORTER I wrote a supporter for four YWLTS to keep up my wombIJIJ writes Mrs S J ChrUaun ef ttlieUldnc C riul I gave up ay cup erttrtnd ua now well t r- I I I I I t r t v I R ILnks Hlacr- yllIcnI11s Dl WO Swapping Day Saturday Tel No 4 for groceries Telephone the news to 21 Rodney Eaker is on the sick lIt Tom Fuller was In Paducab last week Adalphus Owens spent Sunday in Martin Suds Naifeh and wife were In Un ion City Sunday II Mose Barkett was in Paducah a few days last week alI Mrs Wm Diestelbrink has been on the sick list a few days A C Philips of New MadridI was here Saturday on business Miss Lillian Leach of Wingo Iisi the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson Price Leggate and T F Benton were In Union City on business Mon dayBring me your produce High eatt price cash or trade C H MooreAs oon as the water gets up we will go to talking levee for West HIckman Horace McDowell of Chatta nooga was the guest of Miss Homer Green Sunday Next Saturday is swapping day in g Hlokraan If you have anything to trade bring It in that day S D Luten was here from Island Na 8 Saturday He has charge of a ratting crew for the Mengel Box CoMrs Bowers has returned to the home of her daughter Mrs Joe Am berg after a tag visit in ParagouW Ark J W Crawford of Dorena was here Saturday For the last few j Springfield nobRMonday night where he will pur chase a big line of Spring and Sum mer goods M Him Walker went to Medley Sun day In the launch Ruth C L lor Walker Dr Baltzer and Hollis Kirk made the trip Prof J C Suggs teaching th- Rush e Creek school has an assis dethiser Mrs Lena Brown of East Hick man who has been visiting relative near St Louis for several weeks re turned home a few days agoeletc thetheSevfrontIts paycommunity centbetter ler FieldFenceI cheaper and more lasting Shaw Betterswortb wejhisWonesdayjjjmooiathebartThursday their Mr MoFadden of Union City is of here pelWpouttryI permanentTwo bills have been introduce- effecting the Fulton county 2 courts tys bill so called One is to amend and has 1likelyalive Fulton Leader J A Oliver of Cairo Ills spent hisfatherI employed by the Singer Manufactur returninghome theCouriersSpring samples and styles of the International Tailoring Co have arrived and we will be pleas anytimeyou Give us a trial Miliett NaylorA inHickmanasking for a pardon for Caleb Pow draggedthroughof Kentucky for eight years on a charge of being implicated in the murder of William Goebel The petition iis being signed by many of our citizens and business men and it is doubtless a good step Most of his trials have been political rather than judicial if we mistake not Illsi high time that Caleb Powers should receive justice 0o Cr 1JPilar DONT GO MUSICHUNGRY- A small weekly payment buys u VICTOR Tho art pnymiiit puts it illJk your homo All sizes stylus and1 prices All withy the gonuino y Victor quality Ellison Bro A NEW VICTOR and EDISON Records for February NOW ON SALE ELLISN T3R S Mules For Rent We have about 90 head of 4 and S year old mules good tough sound onne raised for renter sale Terms- good note December lat 4Fari IIour4333cMrs Jennie Collins herlborneIt Mrs Cottons was well known to many Hickmanites having visitedII here a number of times In speaking of her the Fulton Leader says During the war she administered to the sick and wound steped= al other brave husband Through the many kind acts and deeds af this woman she was made an honad CampUhand she leaves three brothers Taylor H F Taylor wed M PaTaylor two sisters Miss Lou Tay and Mrs Ada Paschall Residence For Salehuh No 27 Here is a bargain Anew storyand a half six teem redyu conveniently located tageth with the lots 133x166 feet aJMIg barn and other out boutdings Best gHIckmanworka splendid view of the river A Seed contractor said the ofhouse alone was worth SI 810 hundred dollars less takeUif you talk quick It will rent particulars at Hlokman crdloffice BLoganGlidewell On Sunday afternoon Jan 36 Artie Logan and Porter Glide two prominent young people off Mills accompanied b Katie Glidewell and James Prace eloped to Union City and werew married greatly to the surprise of many friends Rev Sellers the Methodist church of that cUyJe rTher actI1welltodolcMillj jfMrmost promising young men and a host of friends Courier joins their many in wishing them all the good things of life w II rMeet Your Friends i at LAUDERDALES TONSORIAL PARLORS i t Best in Hickmn Hot and u tcold baths electric lights IfJ IandCUntC1 St mlnEr A Next door to Janes JEmbroidery Club Entertained Last Friday afternoon in her usu j charming and hospitable mannerI Mrs Ed Prather entertained the Embroidery Club As the guests arriv nslleaN Cowgiil the e vtutoEuNallypleelantl The fancy needlework and inter current events passed the time rriedly Miss Margaret DUMAS of Lou i le and Mrs Guy Robbins af Mayield wore tile wtette r t The other gnestt were Mes dames H L Ambetg Joe Atabe K Zillion C G Sohionker T Ledford and A M Trier Delicious cream and several IdndsI cake were served Mrs W S Ellison will entert Club Friday Mott Ayers says that Got Willie a most thing when Tunasnamed Ed on the State of Equalization John Stub the other Fwitoo man who applied for the place is a pleasant gentleman but some surprise was pressed here at his application as itin theyre Democratic State primary and s once elected sheriff on I county Democratic ticket Repo cans in Frankfort however in has been voting with them years All we know about it that John knocked at the Republican 1 kitchen for pie and got a lemon Dont throw down your life gainiendsI Get your feed stuff from C II Moore He keeps Hay Bran Oats Corn Cotton Seed Meal and Httl Corn Chops Chicken Feed good heat for your Chicks ScopesThe scope of this business ir one untiring effort to have and to give Phono everycustomer every advantage of 45Iour modern business ideas We solicit patronage and hope to deserve success on the boundless scope of th- isHelm cbusiness There Inl ihiTsEllisonDrug Storetrial Is allweasktt m convince you Service I s T irrv t r ee Wayside P Chats +AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Arc lamps Pay your subscription Try the Couriers Want Colu Henry Patterson has l IT you newt tool TelephoneNo 48 Bob Darnell was Ito Paducah hit weekMrs BdlIlYInFultonJ Millet IIs having a tussel with the grip W T Sudberry sf fast Ht man Iis on the sick list Ben Shaw has been quite ill at me on Troy Avenue bal Ooe Harris visited his father Barfs Tenn last week Miss Loll flattish was on Ute a list a few days lost week J X Bradley was here frem Woodland Mills Satrday IIII Gcerge Carpenter returned day from a few days stay Ila Fran tort Edwin Fuqua cane ever from UsI ion CIty Saturday lrntnguJayafternoon Coal Men predict a soardty coal Better prepare in timeI Phone 48 FOR SALE Good Silver Mlle I HlokmoaRouts 1 FOR RENT Dwelling looms Apiatoly Rev Freeman pastor ai the West tWIIbtllnbyThe Undertaker at the Farm fHrBi About two hundred extra rallRa mail clerks will be empfeyed Tennessee and Kentucky for a J three months commencing Fcbrua 1 la quadrennial weighing of t malls This weighing ist for lb af the i rjman sia basis for the malt contracts1 utraImail clerks wilt be employedF stationrgas I at j Tat Courier made mention la week of some people in Wont Hfa tman who were m destitute oirOMcs taleb e good people line responded to Ib appeal Some of the best folks Nto thcitIl lwitb thanselrerfolbe kaI the show their reJlgOft ill other I1Iys than by attending church when Ihe a IIweather Is nice folks who donor orstandupI foreign mission box and sand lb 01sugar all week foiln who e rCooIIglG bileLuzclit Items weatherinRoads getting better tor J D Leach WAS in Lusclle this day week haulingnew oft corn thisweek that Mrs Annie Hayden and son are of on the siak JItIwill I j thlIs on business 2Mrstlngon the roost IthisI I go We are going to have some new andtheirbetterincepeescouldntWe look for a change In the hasbeen ers inlrcnnlevillas prominent young men was LeUaPerry sysWetotheHomeaCl1 Circle Old and young should read it it and lake heed COJaswere in Luzelle last week We arc distinguished 1 theRidgeyearcantwe o as well as we did last year we will have a whole year to find out IIII 1 11 J AttentiontRtiser5ft maHaving established l ofalty hlJ ss In Htckman we wit1 pay highest mark lIners kcashat all times tt- t t j Poultry and Eggs akHides and Tallow If you have any good Betulpi tcfcsell it will pay you to set 1Jt1 t t you or i t11a see us when in town Ifw G Reynolds J SON Eat end Farmer Hdw Company s n Ir1u Death At Woodland Mills Another good woman has gone hot reword Mrs Maltloie Akxtnder answered that inevitable summons Sunday morning alter a lingering Illness el many months at her home near Pllp1eeJahac4 widowyof noshInneighborhau fry SodI011111iI istian life She WIC a 4e ntmember r af the Baptist otwrok wWt wbteh she united abort 40 years uneral scrvkes wore aandMoiad aelSlaial r MLIfkassembled par Me a worthy tribute to hot memory wrrlvodN iy two daufhlera Mmoia who rosWot Texas watt Astute who Hbte4 her moiher ami one son JMm WitsImember of the trm of AJfixamJer Kennedy and a proifNirws farI texaaeaneM apntpatbyfife ta Will Have Oyster Supperjj The Houghton of the Canted eraoy of this oity will Rive an iyljsupper at Jones Calc next Tfief evening beginning at 6 ocMk1 Remember you have a cordtalg1 vltatlon to take supper with theta onI I evening The winsome smtlos those who make Kentucky famousI be served with every order sadI lthout extra cost EE E EEcr SSystem andd pccoracy The wales usod by diamond deal to weigh the atones are exceed delicate It Is nsoessary that etghtoCEvery man should be exact and tematic in his financial atai- A checking account will record urately and with system your enr AptconvenientI solicit your account THE HICKMAN BANK KENTUCKY fItIIItltltI II J te- East IVar Smith you 10 Land Slt0 C rIMtY trr rw Tur trW Cue 1IOrInA lie COW WoodlI Ir19 M fl WLT1M1jr- Thu ifo 11M tsr t TIre Inn = II x at A JeUII r HIay MIla Ar OINfwuW tllM ar turn NI Caw jotnt1Mr- JIwawbo art ftNiMc UN T Musses K t Middx k wars lbgues Qstlht Ian wee BIgurn Yy- Y crr wt Brjrnni moo Art do Ice the corn i r Ho town has sllllsigca tile teosttb th irate Hick m nn th ed tYooe Irr etdttentea I ttltde both the 00ftI to t 1Iictt1ll11fWIM and aU pou tore Up haw dtippe 11100 bushel paid is Situ III a bsabri thlroaed of Aft ttoarir to L s Kerr Looks LiK 1St ntts rtpr 8 K sandfw thrrmans Cnnft ground this nary arrangetand whan th Ing Is let it II how nulok a The follow Library wu I can now ukr like business A new Opcr I a A u tJ 1aT THE SIGN OF THE QUILL II t 4 e13- s sas at home pr 4t lla Efillon this RlfesrShOOEe ing hw felflrocd t- psettay with ntsi3 R 1tonI Miat Rilces Shoe bMlilIl U I Wt1m 11th sMsosgnergptsc titan tom ibis creek returned Wednes visit tt- i It CthoTnnal- ltjiti t andrjUii can t- 1 4th Cmery A- fd t dWgkiefi MIlS t U l ityi 1 few er It here ii IayII eimeaI i en loft Thursday woere site wilt visitx n aod wife Nice pea bay at myD rM te ttwn Phone MltT A Bratner J3c i5 wag oalled to libJMo Tuesday by etc of two of his r t Girt IN Ulxle Is af that will be glen iouse on Thwnday C + n opdGimrdwu m last weeks Cour it of suosorHiers sora f her daughter Mrs V Mrs Fope Herring of rriaine the Huehre f not pAcej for fur k other than the oo 1 W pry enjeyable one k fittest mele dramas Rs The Sweetest Girl will be played at the iickmaii Thursday t Gel your tickets rill GIlt no more and r i scatUub was entertained n Mie DeBow Tuesday r umber of guests be c members were pres r good eatlrii were s present declared Miss T filent hostess ig from seven to teak Aalker entertained a r ittle friends at a play p = shments of hot ohooo a Mlad ambrosia and n= oily enjoyed All de It had a lovely tlme v Circle met with Milt pn Wednesday after rt Events was the I seed Mesdames W s Stone and Misses ton and Dora Smith r rogma Miss Anna xi entertain the otata s nag of near FultonI morningIt J t I 6 yardMr4 ing moved to Duke nythree years agoII ytwo years of age rate soldier and sere tade during the arJJ prominenti member of and Odd Fellows lodges I rat and was 1 laid in his t5Uce by members ofI and historio orders Change Occasionally do always getting and best m our line wg illSs Drug store I Incorporated r Contract is Binding In the suit of the Hickman Grain I KnoxJudge I demurrertonft was not totendernot been delivered The Judge also sustained a demurrer to Mr Stahrs answer deciding that it made no dif theHlokmanhad contracted with them he would not be permitted to sty that the corporations composing the Hlok l Iylawthat they as foreign oorporaUlnr orKentucky byhiscontractMrs J slatistAllison Tyler was In Fulton this week llIeroMonday Charlie Frost Is on the ttaffe list this week IsFultonCut Prlies on all Heavy Goods at Rices Shoe Store T P Benton attended court in Fallow this wjek Judge W A Mayler was In Ful ten on business Wednesday Dont target that Dele keeps peanut better for sandwiches Rubber Meta and shoos sd aN kinds The Snoe Store Rice It Co Dr H B Prather and C P Shu mate were in Louisville this week Miss Hell Rogers visited Mrs Roy Clark at Woodland this week I Miss Henrietta Faulks of Mo was here Saturday and DorclUlII Go to the Casb Orecr for orushed shell okliken feed wA M De Dow Miss Bale Bruer deputy Circuit Clerk attended scud at Fallen this week Mrs John Crawford arrived here Tuesday from pear lert Worth TexasW H Spradltn of Fulton was here Monday to see about the new library Miss Hmrna Harris of Nashville was the guest of Miss Mattie Travis J last weekeJ John Brltteo el1 near Ftilton Is ufle 111 at the Price Jlotel with rheumatism Carpeeter Jones will open a skating rink over Barrys harness shop seat weektiI dont advertise prices like some of my competitors but I meet all oempeUtlen A M DeBow DeBows is heattauartes for all kinds of groceries hardware tin t ware etc became he soils for cash Mrs Henry Travis of Omaha Neb has Joined her hatband here and they will slake this their future home Glen Roach of Memphis spent two days this week with hie brother on Route Four Mr Roach Is In the employ of the I C The Legislature adjourned Wednesday until next Tuesday without sleeting a Senator The vote is practically unchanged MONEY TO LOAN Several J hundred dollars to loan scoured by bankable note or unincumberd real estate H T Q Care this office Miss Estelle Rencau has closed her school on Island No t After jj- a visit to Miss Bess Hall at Louis ville she will begin a spring term at MabelLOSTA target woolen lap robe between Mrs Sallie Ambergs and D B Wilsons Finder return to Courier office or to D D Wilson Reward JJc Miss Helen Tyler entertained a number of her friends Saturday afternoon Many novel and interest games were played Dainty refreshments were served and a box of chocolate mints was given each guest as a souvenir Misses Sadie and Little Amberg entertained the Bachelor Girls Wed nesday night Mrs Guy Robbins of Mayfield Miss Margaret Dun can of Louisville and Miss Lillian Leach of Wingo were the outof town guests A salad course was servedBy agreement of counsel on both sides the cases of Dr S K Da vidson et al against the Cumberland Telephone Co will be tried at Clinton during circuit court which begins Monday These suits are brought to recover the excess charges col lected by the company over and above what their franchise stipu lates and to make them live up tto their contract or get out of Hick man iijI 1175Bufhel Best Clover 500Bushel1 Best Timothy lids Pound Beft Red Top cheaperbutj ou give us the order These prices are strictly cash- HICKMAN HOWl CO INCORPORATED IJ tt4 WLJt Jil l l Court Mouse News fto1d to er I v e1Kt Quarterly Court convened at the Court House Monday Jan 27 and dlspoledellStandard Oil Ceo vs C D Roe Continued to the next term of court agreement for trial or be dismiss edJ W Roaey vi Mrs Ermine Buss hart Continued with altos sum mans J W Rogers vs Tat Barney Judg meat for plaintiff for 4644 sad or er of attachment sustained Reney Berendei vs Cumberland plaintiffrorlid Kingston vs J L Watson Con ttouedSimmons JohasonMerc OrMoryCtwo oases for plaintiff Hickman Groin Co vs Sam Wilson Continued J D Leeoh vs J W Patterson Judgment for plaintiff for 15 with interest for this date L D Leech vs J W Patterson et al Judgment for plaintiff for 2250 J D Leech vs Press and Ad Knox Judgment for plaintiff for 59 with interest from this date M L Farmer vs J H Peck Con tinued C T Bondurant vs J L Watson Judgment for plaintiff for S3195- with interest from date Naifeh Bros vs J L Watson INaifehI JUdg1mentI Mose Barketl vs Walter Garrison Continued and nonresident attorney appointed BUlton Bros vs Luther Watson Judgtate t for plaintiff for 2010 Mrs S L Sextan vs Bob Lee Continued with alias summons Perry vs J L Watson Con ILte with alias summons Z Jackson vs WA Henshaw ContinuedJ vs Lon Robertson Judgment for plaintiff in two oases Complimentary to Miss Duncan One of the most delightful even ings of this season was tendered the I Ts and Bachelor Girls Thursday when Mrs S L Dodds at Rages complimentary to Mil Margaret Duncan of Louisville Six tables were arranged for the players and unusual Intern and enthusiasm were manifested in the pine At the close of the game a salad course and salted nuts were served on the card tables Just before the departure of the guests they wets given as souvenirs tiny mandolin Ailed with bon bons Clay Berryman died in Fulton yearsHeli years On Jan 7 1849 he married Mist Lu Ha Murrell who died Oct 27 1893 For two years he remained single and then married Lucy Francis Ward who died iin 1906 Surviving him are one son John Berryman of Palmersville Tenn and two daughters Miss Ell Berryman and Mrs Water Wills of Fulton NOTICE Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut offy This took effect November 1 1006 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at the Ice factory Office open from 7 a m until 6 p m any day except Sunday and on the Olh and 10thof each month it is open until 9 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co Inc A O CARUTHERS Mgr fal Y a- lr Rush Creek Lorine Davis is on the sick IMisa week with mumps Bernice White entertained a number of his friends Monday night JohnMcCClellen MaryAtterberryFriday night J C Lawson was a pleasant guest of his oousin W B McGehee last Tuesday night Young Prof Sugg arrived at the nightAUneighborhood nights with relatives Mrs Dan Davis entertained the nightswas no courting just lag the ABC of that trade or art which is It Route Five Sum Wrady was here on business Saturday Buck Bsque is hauling corn to Un ion City this week spentSundayW H Hicks soW a nice lot of hags in Woodland Tuesday visitingInWiley Morris and wife are the proud parents of a lice baby Charlie Gray and wife gave the young people a party Saturday night MrsaScott Mosier and children Mrs Taylor Miss Etta Clear Mrs R P Hicks and Bill Vaught Grandma Hicks celebrated her 67th birthday one day this week at her home oy calling her children to partake of a birthday dinner Thcie present were Jas Oiborne and wife Will Hamblen and wife Jno Roberts and wife Howell Hicks and DoIpbIthey had had a nice time Vernor Will Leave Hickman F H Vernor pastor of the Chris tian church of this city has accepted a call with the Christian church at Corydon Ky and leaves for that place next week Bro Vernor has served as pastor of the Christian church of this city for about one year and has made many friends during his stay in Hickman and both the membership of his church and his friends regret his leaving The church at Corydon is much larger than the one at Hick man giving a larger field and more opportunities Mrs J A Moore and baby have gone to Ashport Tenn where Mr Moore Iis erecting a hotel and barns for the Mengel Box C- oe1 e- F a Deacon Snow Writes KyEditorsWell I am Just youthestrandedthe fact is theyve got the best poker players in that town IoAgureyouhoyoufolksexposed sters are continually nervous lest their wives should look in while pas sing and see them in the game At Fulton we had better and more pri vate quarters where the most timid grand Jurymen play without fear of Being seen A very funny thing happened while I was In Fulton I dont know who the joke was on But at any rate J C Roper F S Moore R E Kel ly Tom Smith and myself were to gentleman up to the minute took us out to his beautiful home to spend the after noon Our host was showing us through his magnifklent home and among other things he has a bath room which is his hubby filled with wires buttons and instructions for w manipulating Press this button for hot water that one for cold he was explaining when Tom Smith asked wheres the tub Just the thing that puts everybody to triumphantly the way and Ill show you the latest Pressing this button brings the tub in He pressed the button and the t tub came rushing inand his wife was in it Your scribe never saw a more beautiful residence That story in your last paper about L D Threlkelds sheep sounds axlittle bit far fetched Mr Editor Didnt you make a mistake in it- T dont suppose you ever heard of Snows Compound Electric Bald Pate Eradicator This is my own preparation for inducing a return of theshirsute vegetation oa a slick sky piece It will grow hair on a door knob in a single night While in Fulton I made arrangements with the Paris Drug Store to handle thisifamous remedy and am now on a trade with Clint Ellison at Hick man who by the way ought to jell a lot of it next door For a testis menial of its merits I refer you to the whiskers of either Bill Perry or Rep Jackson or the luxuriant growth of hair possessed by Bob Icier Guy Hale or Nick Holcombe Results are wonderful awe inspir ing instantaneous Sassafras Ridge win some day be famed as a shrine r where the hairless pilgrim may fwd sweet contentment I understand that Hersohell John son and Chas Noonan will enter the race for sheriff as soon as they can tr get enough money to have some cards t printed And what do you think of Goalder Johnson He has gone in to training for the race too Goal der is my man even if his hair is rod He has turned Sid Hamby down and promised me the deputy ship and it now looks like we will win in a walk Of course Sid will have to do the gum shae act for one of the other fellows now but when the election is over we will have his hide tacked up on our office door right by the side of the rest of them I hope no body will say anything to Dave MorganI just wont to see hew long he will continue to run after the election is over Plente send me 12 extra copies of your paper I have that many neigh Hrs who read my paper everyweek and Im getting tired of letting my paper go the minute it gets here Respectfully DEACON SNOW Fall Breaks Leg W J Barry our harness and buggy man fell Wednesday evening and broke his left leg between the knee and ankle Mr Barry was coming out of his corn crib with his arm full of corn when he stepped on a stick of stove wood which oreeled his ankle causing him to fall He thinks the bone was broken by stick ing his leg with his other foot while trying to gain his balance Dr tfubbard was called and ad ministered to his needs Cap will likely be laid up for several weeks Will Caldwell who worked for Barry until a few weeks ago is looking after Mr Barrys business now and will look after it until be is table to take charge again Christian church services z Com munion services and preaching at 11 oclock Sunday morning Subject Let us erect a B thel in our lives livening services at 7 oclock Subject z ultrnllrF H Ver nor the p his fare well sermon Sunday night jjr Sweetest Girt in Dixie 1t thett opera house Feb 13ii 1 rft rr- I j I lrI L t JI f- r1t I I iiL 2 I Poor WadeBrown Oft Wednesday January 22 Fred Wade and MIN Lucy Brown were married by ROY Cm gam The bride is a daughter of D M Brown and wife of the Harmony neighborhood whore she It kno J as a lady of a most gentle tom and possessing many traits of character The groom is a MI of nl Wade of Cayce and Is well known The happy couple have sores of f riefttfs who join the crier in wish r ing them a long life of heppinsse and prosperity The Joy IeblItUll1 rturetalHaJJ-A u TuM write i I MV ertrnNrw7Mrentx ft iMNI ehutu NMMH r IHMW Inn tor njvopeta Safe I Utweett Drat HteN Pint a- 1ellx mt d 1m Getting Worth White Roney Berendss are giving Hkkraan folks some good abeV I those days ConeequenUy there ii a noticeable increase in attendance Last Friday night Wild A I I piaHI a Womans PoerI were greeted by a good audloAcet t and the pod audience was not dis appointed Few shown in the mlo drama the surpass the production offedI this oonpany fhe play was replete I with thrilling climaxes and dramatic situations but the Mr Wild Ute I eccentric comedian playing the roleI Casper the German made the hit of the evening tests blunders andI romance kept the house eontuwalry I in an uproar Unfortunately th company could not get all of Its I scenery in our dinky little opera house and some cf the effects must necessarily have beta loot But to say the tax the show Xis a good one sad highly appreciated by all I presort How I Cured Sweeny and Fistula I want to tell yes bow I savtdl one of our bosses that had a fistula t We had the horse lector out and he said it was so bid that be did ROt 1 think he could cure It and did ROt I come again Thou we tried Sloan s t nicelytpieingw se with sweeny and I told Mm about Sloan LIMn eat and he nod me get a bottle for him and it cured his horse all right and he goes off now like a colt We had a hone that had sweeny awfully bad and we thought it was never going to be any good but we used Sloan a Liniment and it cured h t swigbarhe host Liniment he ever used I We ate using Sloans Sure Colic Cure and we think itt Is all right A D BRUCB AUULIA I The cotton school course wh atecoma opened last week at the State Col lege of Agriculture in Georgia is the moat oomprcIMMtn eIlort of Its Jdnd ever undertaken in the South The periodten of farmers the maximum amount of i rtee formation in regard to scientific cot ton growing at a minimum cost Ex pert will give practical talks on all phases of the industry including soul fertilisers seed section cotton diseases grading cotton IMchiMrytI t etc JHowswe epos OM taalU d eIMn M IMU cue at feUtrrb UMi mast be eared- 11a1111tar by r Ii 1M KJ IHBKMY A Oh IWetf uWe u uiKtornfeaMii Mw llaewa KJI- MMNMy fur IM Mt M jratn MUl heMfooe kiln le Ipeffi5 bewwiiMela Ml tMMlit- etf M rllOI and OMMMlaltr akls tf rr7 cwt oat oMigaikMM suede by M trio WAii iN i KIKNAN ok MARVIN WboMMto UHNMMU motto 0tHYmlarrb Owre U Iska InIII oUotf lirvetly MHM ib Need sad maeaai rfeew of uw eret w 1 UMsMMe- f tr Drleen wnupor twllle KoM kt- IrnrlUla niti Take Flans Htomllr HHeter eeoeUpnMo With every renewal on subscrip Lion or new subscription to the Courier we will give ono years subscription to the Southern Agricul onlyBetterI get thus paper free Trial Catarrh treatments are be requrstDrtests arc proving to the people without a pennys costthe gr value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Remedyby Sold Carrie Nation certainly imaibeti whole In the Inrroonu HJrupbabrouclitUv Innuonui Anti all 1ulmoixlrr e ot JU II Jlorton Kniuni WIUPI rhv never found a mcdlrlno tlmt would bound rough oqulcblr M HnlUm Hore yearnsold amil Hlm A Ellltou I eosins one A ircte 91 LVil Vi J OKLT A SOMBKAM anonly l Yet wretchaed abode gladdened some stricken heart or itsI golden light found its way thru the leafy branches ofMAe wild wood kiesed the mos aororntI bank where the tiny violet caused shades of beauty to adorn its lovely form Only a gentle brotM But how minv hearts cheered by its gentle Only one stray bullet that pi treed the noble aoldkr bop as he trod the lonely midnight round faithfully guarding the precious lives intrusted to ate keeping and the life blood slowly ebbed out and the sunbeam tell on the cold faee of the dead Only a drop of Ink i And yet it carried the news of death to anxious ones at home and caused the tear of anguish to trickle down the fur rowed cheek of a widowed mother Only a frown But it left a sad heartmoldCYCItoldOnly a smile let ah I bow it cheered the broken heart engender a ray of hope and cut a hob of light around the unhappy present i made the bad ridden one forget its present igony for a moment as k dwelt in sunshine of Joy and lived in the warmth of that smile Let M all increase out giving of smiles dar lag 1901 They ooet nothing aide UymUteCKOOn TNZ MOT tOCIBTY cveryIpod society By good we de not mesa fashionable society That of too merits IList of all this honorable title A good social circle iis one where sound principles reined manners wad intelligent ideas are the cn racteritlcs of its members hUny a fOUl man hns gone to rum by choosing the society of the low and vulgar instead of those whose influence would be elevating It k always so easy to fall into evil but often it rewires hard work to gals awn footing in a rued drake But the end is with the effect If a young tmn desires to sharpen his intellect he will fed that a judicious mingling with society will do this better than digging shrews over his books There laa wonderful amount of electricity in the social atmosphere and the galvanic bat tery of the soda circle will stet fall to elicit many brilliant sparkles If one desires to improve in man mbyinglingDisldencc otter keeps back those aerialaadranta only way to over thissapaiatnl dlOccilty is to plunge ireIt is one of the most tasily cured of oil maladies A bath in the bracing ocean of social life will enable a person to keep his footing bravely Your chances of success in life will be ten fold greater If you have secured a wide circle of good friends by your obliging gentlemanly man asp No ore oars about trusting- or recommending a person of whom exceptthatmunity You will often advance interest more by spending a evening in a respectable family than you will by sitting in your room and psurlng over you money matters or writing a whole package of business letters Many men are said to be self taught No man was ever taught in any other way Do you suppose a men to be a bucket to be hung on well of knowledge and pumped lulU Man iis a creature that learns by the exertion of his owe faculties variouskindmany f these aids a man may be surrounded by after all fhe learning is that Cough Caution 1rowt4twtbalonthe and e the trrttated b withtupetttotyrrirShooLaOpiumChlorolCln2lotau thoufh CboxrtM MTI Put It on the hob t 00041VerrI eearIIhoopCoulbShooplAbellid bTJawIIIInarkible couch naiads Tate nocbanoe tbea IatnaVrllhoopDr fiboop Mcfcate with other pad note the YouNatecan Dr Shoops Cough CureA- LL DEALERS fI i uEMtiiEMOST DISTRESSING I ANNOYINGDISEASE i I t rbkb the tenon f id lie bUM bHta cuwed Iwcwt e A evre it Uri hiwe lm4 It the weMt ifel COWT2tMO s c n I MkJIcrflUnwlM- ZBMOew byftnwtm t iiieM e ieeei id eairy bibawsIuMrtii- wu UtMir Ml recenl fr ewe t M1 MTtr kataid u4 M bee re M eon e Ui tmUtt eve lor ea MMI of Ibs liPCat C run WtM end MNe te BI keHt tow OM maeeee IlteptL C I IlIIewe IMone u I IaYE11M4 t1te LI Mb reI Price SIOO All Dratfttli or by Exprrii raAe EWROSE riiINECO 3032 OUte Sited ST LOUIS MO leuAHAMTiie ap eoio er UKIM A l 1JISONl which he acquires hIMself Whether he is in college or out of college m school or out of school every n- at educate himself And m our times oat in this commodity every man has the moan of doing It ITltcre are a thousand pretty en gaging little ways running the task toppishThethe earnest movement in addressing a friend the inquiring glance tb graceful attention whToh is so cap tivating when united with selfposses sion these wilt Insure us the good regards of even a churl Above all there is a certain softness cf man per which should be cultivated and which in either man or woman adds a charms that almost entirely twin pensates for lack of beauty and in estimably enhance u s latter where It does not exist Will Hold nations Civilservice examinations fo mall clerks to go to the Panama canal will be held February 15 at Paducah Lexington and Louisville All who take the exeminatton mus- tlave had at least two years expert save in the Trail service m this coun tryOnly unmarried meta will be admitted to the examination The salary is 100 per month On February 19 and 20 an exam nation for physicians to enter tb Government service In Panama will be held in the three Kentucky cities This appointment carries a salary of SUO per month On the same dat an examination for draftsmen at a salary of 1200 a year will be heldAn a eligibletor spector in the Agricultural Depart mont will be held on February 26 The salary for such appointment tis Item 1400 to 1800 a year On March 4 and S an examination te obtain elijjlbles for the position of Drug and Foot Inspector at a sala ry of from 1000 to 1800 a year will be held Each one of these examinations i to be conducted by the Civil Service Commission in Louisville Lexiagt and Paducah CERTAIN RESULT Clthiuirt TCmtWM lloM MuroTlioy vro Nothing uncertain about the won of Doans Kidney Pills In Kentucky There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens Such evidence should convince th roost skeptical sufferer Read tb following statement Mrs L Varam living at 93 Fifth St Louisville Ky says I am happy to say that Doanc Kidac Pills have been of great benefit tome and to other members of my family I frequently had attacks of backache and Kimley trouble before using your remedy but after using troublen mended Doans Kidney Pills to a great many of my friends for I at tribute my present good health to the use of Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price SOc cents EoitcrMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Unit edStatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Ask the man who uses Griswold Field Fence if it Isnt abcut the terswortb thing on the market Shaw beltII ry Ll I I I + I I I THE F Sof E COLUMN I I I I I I I i I t I I I I BY JAI H SAUNDBRS MONEY politiimen and children white and black old and young talked politics Why Because the main issue of the campaign was the money question When you touch the value of a dollar you touch everybodys inter est Clvilited nations have been using money so long it is difficult for us to conceive how people could live without money Yet we all know there was a time in the history of the world whop there was no such thing as money People then did their trading in what we now call barter that is a man traded hides for salt bullets for salt and bears meat or venison for hats colth or shoes Wampum shells or even iron was sometimes used as- a medium of exchange but the civil ifod world has Anally settled on gold as a hosts for a circulating medium called money This baste Is some times represented by silver bank rates certificates bonds cheeks etc but in order to understand the funda mental principles of money we must llook botk to the ways of batter We think the invention of money was a grand improvement on the old boner system but like all other hu man devices It has its detects as well as its advantages Did you ever consider how our multimillionaires amassed their enormous wealth Could it have been by any ordinary salary Suppose their salaries had been ten thousand fifty thousand one hundred thousand Ave hundred thousand would these salaries have wealthethat these men have heaped up To ask the question is to answer it A school boy would tell you that life is too shut and too small to amass suchfortunes Then hoe has it been accomplished So long as men are honest in their dealings laborers willing to do a fair days work for reasonable wages merchants wilting to handle goods for a reasonable proftt bankers lawyers 1 doctors and teachers content with a reasonable salary officers allrtheir balance sheets show dean and fair dealings everybody has confi dence in his fellow man and notes checks bonds drafts etc pass as money This makes m mey pleat Lot and land corn wheat bosses hogs cattle dry Roods groceries manufactures etc yell higher Everybody is doing well has pleat of money and we sey times arc metesatisfied with fair and honest incomes so they take advantage of the oen deuce reposed in them water bank borMaprice as the original bonds The Innocent purchasers soon see that they have been fleeced lose con fidence In everyone sell their bonds for gold and board it The harper see a panic is coming sell their bonds for gold and draw It out of circula tion before the honest merchants and farmers know what is the mutter Honest people pox become alarmed rush to the banks for their money and find they ate too late The banks mutt limit the amount their theirsdoor Everybody loses confidence in everybody else checks notes ssomoney The teal money gold Iiis hoarded and land labor grain etc goes down Now the sharpers begin to buy Ibelrkown prices They are so cheap that the speculator or gambler soon has plenty gins to circulate banks resume busi eness oommerepaper prices rise wad prolitsSgamblers by dumping their crops in aarcYthen allowing the gamblers to sell those products to the consumers including the farmers THEY ALL SAY Thee C i LaundryI is the best TRY IT FIND BE CONVINCED Frank Smith Agt Afency at Smith ft AmbonrJJ y I Will build you AHss ON 10AMV MONTHLY IA1 1 It will planItpaying rent 1 carry the only complete line of btaUctrn v hardware sash and doors to be found In the Ill i are right You be the Judge t call and tee VV A DODDSTTrrtryrry TTTT T ttt OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz Varieties of Pure Food ProdiuU Chase Sanborns Coffees and Teal Call on or telephone us when IIn rood of GAIN MEAn or FBKD STUFFS 1 Telephone 6 3 Dlhvenes Iedfordct Ia11dIe HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS c i rs 1 CLINTON STREET KY Is That wo offer to tJtnro of tiin Ice your J 4 U M C U B Thcltt JW R M bier Dr J M Uubbird T A Ledford themselves at enormous prices nemles to s a Farmers nsnet have RcyII Th is to a great extent a mistake Farm ers can live on lose money Ilea any tlleyHvePMNICfIfDo you remember what the oW Indian toM ike Spanieh explores who wasted food He sail Go eat your- goId and we shall keep out corn- Can we learn a lesson from the In dtan In short will rot pay the farmer sometimes Jo barter his pro ducts i utead of selling them j The common people accepted checks etc and aWed the bans all they could during the last panic but we need to preveat their recurrence IIn the future Dear Courier I guess our column is full but we woiltl like te tell vou about our meeting in Illekman Saturday It was not so harmonious as Deacon Snowas Allen Davis led off with an eloquent speech and was followed by Jesse McNeil Pre sident McGehee suffered himself to be drawn into the discussion and we sown had John Stubbs Tom MoMur ray and perhaps two or three others talking at once The secretary could not transter the streams of eloquence to his note thIlps1 talking at once Will the deacon please attend ourI a EverybodyoFebInI HtckmanCourierAgriculturiste Feb lat I Gasoline at the Courier Office I BTABLlSiI PropluOBOflOf Marble and Iranitit Monuments orKindHICKMAN KENTUCKY flrI1 JVIerciiSots tJ5 HICKMAN Absolute Safety The Basis dopofltors duoamonts seoomlnry imports Upon Guarantee solicit jwlrom TIIOMIHY BUCHANAN Prosidant DrRJIJC1rOas Buchanan J J Bondurant Alexander organization therrin it t 1 uto 111IIl Ii I YlI1IiI bind II f tnt 1hll r11 ii I r HI I1JI Your gown I Of lltOW COftlor onbnnao pour Ir Ami Ihtae i1 r oxponiive only 100 to 500 KALAMAZOO CORMiT CO EwluM1 1 1 f rCUVMA x 1 Docouic 1IP I Ii tvt tall and hIIINnifehBrosDryGoodiCo Dr Se K Davidson DENTIST Ofllcr V ouirgtllls lK r HickmanKentucky Dont forget the r J Q beg cst nlng at the EPISfJ1 month