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The Hickman courier: January 5, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911010501_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: January 5, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "' V' Dr. J. 0. Stubbs DENTIST laftrde lliilldlng, oer Hrevard MM - No. (II phone THE HICKMAN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Greasa the Rxles no, A BLUE MARK IIESE mtfini that roar him expired Ilenew promptly If rim want the pope r to coma to yon after this month Up Idvertisinq la tho Team that Pulls tne Commercial Wagon up the Hill at Success. LDKBT a! Your Uagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch WHOLE HO. auUO EBTABLIBHED IN TEE TEAS ' mr.R volume ru no IN WEOTERN KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1911. 1H0O riBPonT of tho condition of Tbe Courier's New Year's Girl 'he Hickman Bank liiir tiiialnoM At town of lllckmnn, Uoiinly LKiillon, Hint" of Kentucky, tit tint clean tmslneaa on tint Ilth tiny of Dec, IVIUi IlKHOUItOljH llVI.tt kiisniut discount . H. nml other lunula, Ktocka unit IrW'Curlllrai .... liXt.-rtIt! "vP TULA) iv5 i'xii'ezF i?B Big Reductions ON: lit) (II fATWii i from latnke sinm ni kmil rnah on IihiuI cka, raah Items ami itxchniiKO .(U) fir clrnrliiu rilriitti iwcurrdl... . 1X v rtlntfUluntecurMll .. JTVrt 3.UMH7 nml I'XlH'iite antl Intra pnlil ... . I Ji) up Kslale Mill) nltiira nml Fltttirra.. br iu:li not Inalmlril under 111 hnyof thentaivn hciula isrr.w: ut I.IAIIU.ITIHH Itnl atoek mlil In. In kAh pi II a .... Wiilli) M.dilUI Ilvliltxt prollt HUH II 9UII H nulla on which InterSJ.I0UUJ est la punl nulla on which Inter. . .. t U not pnlil. IWrtl IT l.TV III 0(0 IiIit's ( ueekaoulalniitlliiaT. . J(U 4llwl IhiH-11(11 I to latllka i anil Mlla rrillarountisl. 0 HI OH) .. IMahlfl kx llatilllllr not IiicIihIix! tin- any uf 0 (at hrnda tvrr.v7 u of Kentucky, I . My of KulUm, EW t' (Stabler of thn nlaive nam awrnr the nuiio but ii lasolemnlythn tieat that my kliowl- einvnl of trtiii to lam l lief V. O. Hkkii, Cashier ol Atte.t. Through The Store All You can now buy men and boys' suits and. overcoats, and ladies' cloaks, suits and skirts for very much less than the regular prices ... lhatie i ll. H. ) rrllasl ami sworn to livfore mo lir . IOmI this 9IIi day of IVo lvlrt. haoniinUalim eiplrvs Jan. IT. IH. J. w. uouiiii.i, IUA.Tti.kh !. ImtiiM V Director. Local Moving pictures Saturday night, Beo M. UK A I.. ESTATE U. Shaw. HiMint ft fow Chats Lyric Saturday night. Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand at mill. Yates ft Kirk Shingle Co, A. K. Dellow and Jack McDanlcl, of IxMiIsville, silent sovenil dnys hero last week. (At.) Notary iHihllc State Poultry Show, : for salo. Too busy in our inventory to quote prices. Will save you money on every garment you buy. Kfitj sticky XtAJmBTT k k 1W tho Unit Uuiu In tho history of a great Statu Poultry show lw hold. By Uio efforts of II. nkln, Commltuiloiior of Agrlcul- tho Kentucky l'oullry Anaoclu- aa formed some month since Mi R will hold ltd flrat Annual allow r; Poultry Foir at Uuclngtoii on Jan. J te 21 Premium Hal and Cntalogu wiM bo nail)' for distribution la a 4srt tunc, and will bo sent to nny mi application to Secretary I'. Smith, Ijxlnston, Ky. Uo ltaltzer, of Covington, Tenn., Orvbi Rulllvnn and Torrol Sullivan spont Xiii.ih with relatives In May-flol- A. K. Owen spent Xmas with homo days lioro Xmns week. folks at McKcniln, Tenn.' - Ml Its about tlmo for another fire. coffco Is equal to any you ever bought at 3G to 40a. DotUsrtv Let Kennedy write you somo Insurance worth & Pratbor. J. L. Olivor nnd son, of White Mrs. V. M. Itynn has returned from a visit to relatives In Louis- county'. Ark., visited A. V, Oliver, dur lug the holidays. ville nnd OlovcrjKirt, Ky. Our 2Cc SMITH & AMBERG Marriage Licenses The following were granted license to marry In Obion county last week: It. Morris and Lena Twlgg. Jns. Durgcss and Annie Clock. O. It. Lyons nnd Donn Madden. Claudo Woody and Lula Garrett. Henry Pate and MyrUo Pollock. J. II. Heflln nnd Essie Woodfln. P. M. Mcliugh nnd Chloo Peeler. W. A. Jnckson nnd Delia Hopper. F. E. McCants nnd Pearl Mayhew. Horace Puckott and Penrl Sullivan. O. D. Hampton and Mamie Tate. 1L E. Llndell nnd Hersle D. Kelloy. Horaco McConncll nnd Leoa Sis-soPpaSw. nai mt tod. 2CC7 1 , NIGHTS OF UNREST. U& Sleep, No fte.t, No Peace for tho Sufferer from Kidney Trouble. fNo pence for the klilnny sufferer fltiln mid dlMtrciui from morn to lnwk. your roat at inU- - iht up with a liuno Gol r P. Fy. 'Dull nchhiR brcnka Mt, Urinary dlsordi-rU LCrot X Twlnsoii of backaoho botliur you nil ndd to your at tho cause euro Uio kldnuyu. RXkuih Kldnoy 1'llU will work tlio ru. iTlu-y'rfor tho kUlnoyu only flliivc inndo croat ouroH In lllckuiiiii "J li. Wcatlu-rly- , Tldrd nml Ivy (reoU , lllckmnn, Ky., uayn: "Kor oiiio tlmo I was nffllctod with n most Aitioylng cJiRo of kldnoy couiplalnt. riti kidney Bocrutloiut woro far too xroiiucnt In pasaao and I had to got ns often aa hovod I) Homo nlKhts (nii'H In Uio morning I folt tired and littlo like doliiK tlio dayfl work tried nny nuinbor of rumodloH and iJoaort'd, but to no avail. Kin ally Doan'K Kidney l'HU onmo to my not- Reo and gcltliiK n wipjily nt Ilulm & InkliiR r.llIxou'B DniK Storo, 1 tin m Tlio contentu of thruo Imixoh it tliLi remedy restored my kldnoys to n normal eondltlou and Improved any licnlth." Kor salo by all dealers. 1'rlco fiOo. fl'oHterMllburn Co., Iluffnlo, N. Y., jtnlo ngonlH for tho United States. llumeinber tho nnmo Doan's and toko no ollior. Ix-p- Final Settlement, All norMins holdliiE claims agnlnst tho caUto of Mnry A. Powell, do- - couscd. aro hereby notified to present name, according to law, for allow- anco to Uio undersigned administrator on or beforo January 7th, 1911, or bo forovor barred. ALLEN DAVIS, Administrator. Frank McCracken, of Now Albany, Miss Lillian Choato, who has beon lud., spent tho holidays hero Uie College, In attending llandolph-Mncoguest of Miss Frankyo Held. Virginia, spent the holidays hero. Elvis Halo, of Pembroke, Ky., was Miss lime Luton, Mho Is a teach tho guest of C. T. Ilondurnnt and er In tho public schools at Lultch- - w'Jfo several days last week. field, Ky., visited homo folks last Miss Emma Tyler who has been week, attending school In Virginia, spent Mrs. Arohor Hoogher and little the holidays hero with homo folks. g daughter, of lloanoke, Va., aro Arthur Halo, who is attending n her mother, Mrs. K. T. Tyler, business school nt Spring Hill, Tenn., nnd family. spont Uio holidays hero with home Many subscriptions to Uio Courier folks. expire with this Issue of Uio paper. Miss Nell and Victoria Dondurant, Prompt renewals will be appreciated and Insure ngatuut missing tho nuxt who are attending Pcnbody Institute at Nashville, spent tho holidays hero. copy. They returned to their studies MonKloyd Nnylor, who Is atlondlng day. State University ut Lexington, visitMrs. Mary 13. Blair, widow of tho ed home folks during Xmas. Kloyd engineering course lato W. U. IJInlr, and a pioneer citfinishes tho civil izen of lllckmnn county, died Friday this year. opening, Dec. 23, lacking but five Heartburn, Indigestion or distress days of being 82 years old. of Uie stomnoh Is lnstnutly rrelluM'd Frldny evening, Miss HuUi Wnlkor by IIKUIIINK. It forces the badly dlgosttil food out of tbo body nnd entertained a number of her young restored tono In the Htomnch mid bow friends nt six o'clock dinner. Tho Sold by lllckmnn ols. Price GOo. guents weio Miss Irn Sprndlln, of Drug Co. Oklahoma City, Misses Clols Led-forKill llnymis, who had tho misforand Florence Harry, Messrs. Miltune to gel tho littlo finger of 1i4h ton Sprndlln, Chester Ilarnes, Del-boleft hand mashed at tho venodr mill Choato nnd Lou Nay lor. bus been very low with blood poisonAt tho Grand Opera IIouso last. ing In tlio arm, nnd It Is now all through tho arm. Ills Buffering has night tho "Ynnkoo Doodlo" Stock largboon Intense. Tho local pliysloltms Co. appeared beforo ono of tho have been cnlled In, nlso Dr. Nalll-Iiik- . est crowds ever assembled In tho of Union City, but It Is feared locnl theatre. Every seat In the ho will have to loso this arm, nnd bouse was sold out long beforo tho this may not do much good as tho curtain went up on tlio first act and poisoning Is In hl blood. Ills con- peoplo wero turned nwny unahlo to secure oven standing room. Tho busdition Is critlcnl. iness being done by the company Tho fight for tlio Democratic nomi- plainly shows that ML Vernon Is u nation for President Is becoming In- ronl show town nnd will llbornlly pat- teresting. Harmon nnd Wilson are rotilzo u worthy attraction. Tho two tho fnvorltes, with Guynor, IJnldwIn, plays presented last ovenlng were Foss and Folk In tho running. Nei- capably handled nnd tho house wns ther Ilnrnion nor Wilson gavo llrynn ono long, loud roar of lnughter and support In 180C, but as botweon the npplnuso from beginning to end. two. llrynn fnvors Wilson. If tho Tho specialties offered by this comfight botwocn thoso two gontlemon pany aro way boyond tho ordinary becomes too acrimonious, nny of tho and would bo a credit on n moro othorn mentioned would ntnnd a show pretentious bill. ML Vernon, Ills., Tho SouUi appears to lenn to V!l Dally Nowb. This company plays nt tho Lyric Jan. 16, 17 and 18. san. n vis-iUud Ok H Conflict of the Years D E. G. Malone Dead. Ellsha G. Malone, ono of Uio best rnd most honored clUzcns of Uie Second District, died of a complication of dlseasea lost Monday at ten o'clock. KENNEDY SEATON dying. a q HEjreir ii The battle bravely (ought at but: unttl : Frank Abernnthy and Eula Lear. Mr. Malono was roared In In early llfo mov;j ed to Obion county and was united ' breath. fight, :j In ninrrlago to Miss Margaret White. Tbe iuued of the Or vkt'ry, or defeat, or welcomed truce, ( Flvo children resulted from this unThe unborn yeara ahall certainly declare, t ion, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Garrlgan, Chas. blow to gain :J d And turn each (deceased:.), T. J. (Jorry), Mrs. Plla and uae. Tho warrier, dying, curtained by the night. 1 Cloar and1 Miss Llzzlo. Mrs. Malono Seea not or knowi the gain that is to be, , j died about 38 years ago. Somo years Dut dies in faith that right will surely win, afterward, Mr. Malono married Mrs And o'er the world will rule eternally. ii Elizabeth Hickman and lived with her about 30 years. Sho died a year or The year is dawning. The young recruit takes up the unsheathed so ago. Uulon City Tiroe'a fell anowa, ailendy awaiti The aged warrior wounded to the deaths The moment of leleaae with laboured j Carroll county bu ; f J, C. ICasackor and May Thompson. Jas. Kennedy and Kathleen Malono. C. Feathcraton and Hesslo Evans. Geo. Woodson Morris and Mariano, Cox. Eyra P. Thompson and Nina Agnes Ford. Geo. W. Frccmnn nnd Virginia W. Holmes. win. Waldon nnd Mrs. Anno Ford Eherltardt. Evan Fnrls, who has a position with a lumber company In Arkansas, was tho guest of homo folks several days last week. Hovo that Suit, Coat, Skirt or Capo cleaned nnd pressed by Schmidt tho Tailor. if LAUNDRY -- AT- Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Dual UfMailf All vorsons holding claims against tho csato of Oscar Dlggs, deceased, j aro hereby noUflcd to present samo to tbe undersigned administrator (or Great tasks await him, and with faith as t j to John l'vlo at tho Hickman Bank.) j great, In proper form on or before Saturstrikes fof He steps into the fray, and i Imlh I f J day.. Jan. 14, 1911, or bo forever bar a. MWl"l-t- -, I !,. a.w.w.v, aT.t 5 red S. L. DODDS. t ' , J. E. PALMER, i Admrs. I.nmo back may como from overwork, cold settled In tho muscles of 4 the bock, or from disease In the two former cases the right remedy Is UALUAltD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It Elect Officers. should he rubbed In thoroughly over tho affected part, the relluf will bo Price, 21ic prompt nnd satisfactory. Model lodgo No. 200, Of Moscow, COc and SI per bottle. Sold by lllckelected tVio following officers. mnn Drug Co. W. E. Jones, W. M. J. M. Attoborry, Sr. Warden. James J. Jeffcrles has been sumL. N. Brown. Jr. Warden. moned Into court to tell whether that Arthur Arlington, Secretary. affair at Iteno was really a prize J. T. LltUe, Treasurer. fight. A great many havo a suspicion J. J. Flntt, Sr. Deacon. it was an embroidery party. C. E. lloodenpylo, Jr. Deacon. Jas. 11. Johnson, Tilor. Itov. J. "W. Hodges, Chaplain. Miss Mnttle Hancock has returned from a visit to McKonzle whero sho met her broUier from San .FrancisLadles hao your white kid gloves co, Cal. cleaned by SCHMIDT, ,tho TAILOR. ;J ; -V sword His aged sire but juit now laid aside; And buckling on his armour, newly bright. Essays him forth lo ventures yet untried. Alluring dreams beguile his onward itept, And visions bright of vicl'ries to be won; He feels upon his brow the laurel crown, And hears afar the coveted 'well done I No thought oi failure roars tho blissful dream, No craven fear unnerves the heart of ' Nows-Uanne- '1 i ;) j '1 Final .Settlement. i i ;j HI i I ntilAal ltiM Sid Wlloy was In Union City Misses Estello Reneau and Myrtle Walker; apont Saturday In Union City. i SfaiJL!kiai& 'ijui-.a..- - Ki ct.xY 4 4WV -- v. Jj THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covrrs Wcsttm Ktntack LlkelhtVra" The Passing of Years. Gone 1910 SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS has passed Into history. Subscription Rate, $1.00 per year wrjwjiTOi$33grewr Tho Now Year Is but a mirror of tbe years that aro past, and It may bring boforo you all that Is best and brightest, holpful and heartening, truest and holiest, or It may sum up (or you nil that Is debasing and dishonorablo you, alone, can determine these things. txxxx&JtJtxxxxx 1 Elect Officers. Hickman Lodge, No, 7C1, F. &.. A. M., elected officers for the year of 1911 at their meeting Dec. 27. All old officers wero exception of secretary. with the They are; There Is a subllmo solemnity in the slowly moving, yot novor varying tide of years. Man has marked Its course into hours, days, weeks, mouths, years and centuries, yet it rushes on, on, and still on, utterly unmindful of tho puny marks raised to measure the tide that novor tires. Dynasties huvo rose, flourished and decayed; cities have sprung from for-til- e plains and then sunk beneath tho desert's drifting sands; continents have roared their lofty brows above the ocean's trackless was to; only to return to tbo cornl caverns from whence they roso; races have rlson. to tho noon of splendor and lost In tho depths of night, but time, patient, plodding, tireless Tlmo sweeps on with the same regularity as when It first Issued forth, from the hollow of God's hand, to the ehan of the morning stars that proclulmod Creation's dawn. Ami yet time Is but the Image of eternity, the Blind-oof a shoreless sett, tho typo of n duration for which all the pagan past and nil the neoiw to come would not make or constitute the first faint flush of the first streak of the dawn of Its second morning. "Kternltyl" thought! thou pleasing, dreadful That novor ending reign succeeding the crash of matter and tho wreck of Uie world, suns and systems! In telllgence has achieved triumphs. It has read tho stars of heaven and can foretell to a second when the great flrev sun will be hidden In partial or total eclipse; It can rend the history of the creation on the rooks of na ture nnd unfold the secrete hidden by Ood In the bowels of the earth; but the wen It attempts to of eternity It stands alien nt IU Inability ed and to comprehend nu infinite jilnii. Hut as we enter upon the duties of the now year, let us be thankful for the good Ihlnaa of the old ow. It has been a reIn many liHttane markable year. The most wonderfully bountiful croiw. nnd the greater prosperity has been Its BlfU Ural- - Jury Money Received. tho State received I lisve Treasurer Uie money for the Orond ami I'etlt Jurrora for the JANt'AllY TMR.M. 110. of the I'ullon Circuit nnun. Tmmm llviiwc near IllcKinan. win please call nt my office and those llviwt nearer Fulton will can at the City National llank. from X3X2MV S GROCERIES J Phone 4 I C. H. Moore ! rn dumb-founde- d Card Of Thanks, W dealre through tho I express our heartfelt thank many frisnds nnd neighbors i kindly nsMlsttiuuo, murked a nnd words of tximforl and ii lug tho recent illuetts and u our lielovede vifo nnd moth heiiven rewnnl you all. su to Uie will of Him who d thlMMS Mtdl nnd notes the i, fall. We commend I Urn to your most trying onlenls. k llHU He eareth for you. thank )oh one mid nil 8 ami chlblren. j. w. MOUKiH, Trustee Jury 1'und. He Never Got Hit Money Wye saivs back. MUiertaiHl's Wax cured Uta eye ami he UW not mini It I'ahilee asd harmless, ttc at nil dealers. Unique Affair. Misses l'SsHle Dsle nml Mossllo llrssflehl entertaHteil Is a HHfciHe maaser nt Utetr rosNtry Nowe. Dec. Invitations as follows were 1C. 110. IsMied. A psper sown, IIinI. wtille, or II. N. CowbUL W. M. C. Sexton. S. W. H. T. Bealo, J. W. A. E. Kennedy, Secretary, C. D. Travis, S. D. D. Owens, J. D. Prior to the election, special St John's Day services wero hold at the Episcopal Church In honor of this body, and (ho evening cndwl up with tho annual banquet at which upwards of a hundred Masons attended. J. Use. ytni. Or any shade, I'referrnl Wy b the elements have been kind asd no rnlnmlty ip Tho fire alarm sounded early Monn day morning and tho benumbed turned out to find tho drug storo of Helm & Ellison belching out a stream of ugly black smoke. Quick work on tho part of bystanders bow ever averted what might have been a dla&aterous fire, after it bod done only a small amount of damage Warren Ellison, who is employed by the firm, was passing the stovo with a quart bottlo of gasoline in his hand and accldently struck it against tho stove door, breaking the bottle and igniting the contents. pop-ulatio- The fire alarm was turned in on Christmas day. Tho long dry grass on tho hill back of W. H. BalUer's home caught firo and the flames had reached his barn, but wero extinguish ed beforo any harm was done. has befallen us Bosl- has Ummi reMMneratlve and ex- itionally ittttli marks have been set iwlik'h tho future w)H have dlfftcuHy in surpaMlitg. And now its we enter ) new year, we should de4nalne UlMt- '. lark nothing In eMterprlee. r may present llaelf for Ute nil- itH''iuent of HlekHHiH nnd comma-- l we should not bseitate to SNh ion with our best efforts. We Root should be mora enterprising. of us nre Inclined to wear the ruts '.mi dwp. I.et us "turn over a new Iaf." aiHl ho t( work, shoulder to !i..uMr. ami in the next ten years Hirst srlse was awardea to Mhw (I. "lb i,. our MMlatloH and tfiske Utek-tii.Rnhfs Swsy. ewceed ts Mhw Christhe best place to live In tkte tine iMtrn. Third to Marshy HomlM-rak1' of the iearty sates. Itefreshisenu were serve!. Wishing readers, one and aNa New Year, we HNxla-- yon a Happy thf hearty isipport of the CoMher to Sheriff Johnson ana his tlenuMss any enterprise lookltic to the Wetter-me- ars busy thht week Mtrvlng swnmims of Hlckwan nnd eomwHnlty. on those who nre to nuike mm ths jnriss for ths cowing Una of eir-ca-ll rourt, which roavenes here MonAsk for Omega Flour. Nono x day. Jan. 10th. llottersworth & Prathcr. 1 -- We ask you to wear Next Monday night And be present t witness A sretty sight. JnilMsi will relgtt la Mm)aty Awl sward the prises. Of which there are three. Hirst, seamy we seek. OrhUmlKjr. iu Or. If tkm most eowlcnl. JUJGE WISE. Well give to yos Dutlnets Phlloiophcr. A dainty Utile gift That yos'd lore t win. HSemo had tongues are cam New pleste dent be his, ur stemashs, seme by bad bar Par at eight we WeUn. says the Judge. Steer clear ' So wear yenr naser nwn latter by patronizing the H' k And ertttt a heart fwU f sheer Drug Co. for anything In the Asm I'm certain this warty line. Prcterlptlens a specialty Will he resMMhered all the year Tho Dasshtars of toe Cmf. will Meat 4h Mm. 0 W v. Twsinlay, Jan. loth. Tho Osorltv force Is asjslH. hot we flml issyotssl lndini'(nHlon Ih a (tor a week or Hvtn bnrk . vt nt or tat eonsii our like nt Mks.- - fnMHy Oos. Coon pM Xntaa wi1' la Newborn, Tenn. Comparative Statements :of the Condition of the Business of THE PEOPLES BANK JE3L IOXSL AELaNTo ON. October 31, 1910 RESOURCES Notes and Bills Discounted Banking Furniture and Fixtures Expenses paid Overdrafts Cash and Sight Exchange Total November 3o, e 1910 $20,466 30 2,780 81 December 31, RESOURCES Notes and Bills Discounted Banking Furniture and Fixtures Expenses paid 19 10 $30,272 17 2,846 71 RESOURCES $10,053 63 2,564: 27 272 15 14: 46 12,433 27 Notes and Bills Discounted Banking Furniture and Fixtures Expenses paid Overdrafts Cash and Sight Exchange Total LIABILITIES , LIABILITIES 11,684 55 748 38 .$25,337 78 $12,500 00 A 568 06 86 34 8,318 12 $32,210 63 $13,100 00 Overdrafts Cash and Sight Exchange 816 84 440 60 13,378 50 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $47,764 00 $10,000 00 26,201 77 1,385 71 Capital Stock paid in Capital Stock paid in DEPOSITS Commercial Savings DEPOSITS DEPOSITS l9lto6.Vd O yfQO O? Commercial Savings Gross Earnings Total . 404 85 .$25,337 78 Gross Earnings... Total ... 16,828 17 ,K55? 98 1Q 001 10,001.10 1C Savings....!..... Gross Earnings Commercial: 738 48 ..$32,219 63 07 ran jo l,0O.4o 1,176 52 Total $47,764 00 Notice the Growth of Deposits W ST jHy -- Ywr XI. XI X of the condition of O IIT New Year's Fantasy, HE Ionic lino of people ntrutchod down tho wind-Inwnlk In front of the Whlto Houso and through tho gnte nnd out into Uio On Now Year's etrooU llKHOlMtUKH day all tho world might , oiuiinml illrniiil tl,m ta co mo nnd nhake hand . H nnil ollirr Honda, Htocki mill with tho president, and It Hrcurllli'a 0 CO mo from Imuka scoinod as It half tho X,(if7 UI 4,SW 2H world had availed Itself Ictiinl rnali on linml rnah llema mid oxclmniin of tho privilege , for 1717 Marcla Marks felt alvrritrnftatkocurml), WO (J I most overpowered by tho IA Ino vrrtlrnftatunatcurrd).., thought of Uio honor that was bofore urrunl vipctun nml tniva paid.. tat her, Marcla had not yet learned ill Katnte on) jrnlture midlPUtiirn.. J.KXl 71 JKWTI to shrug hor shoulders at high position and august ofllclalB. Hlia Includi-- under Idrr naU nut ' Oil) had Icon In Washington only three mix of llionlioMj IipmU weoks. That sho was soon to havo a HS,M Sf. peep at the wonders of which sho bad heard so much seemed like a part of I.1A11IMTIKH tho fairy lore which sho had loved as a child. Sho ishod that thora pllnl a took paid In, In ' t 1S,1( tu was somo ono who might share her nili 0(11 rplua pleasure, nut sho had mado no friends, mIIyIiIpiI profit OltKf new so sho shifted from ono foot to Uio Mtalta on which Intrr other, moving forward slightly as far l,IW 4V ,,ct la pnlil...... up at tho other end of tho lino peokmIUoii which Inter ple wuro admitted through n magic la not paid ! W loin ' he Peoples Bank if tiualnraa nt town of Illckmnn, Uouiity Fulton, HUto of Krnlurlcy, nt ttie cloao bualnoaaoii the lf.lli ilnjr of I)oc IVIOl , 4il'r''lirckaouttnli(llii(( fit 31.15 rnnd lillU pnjnhla Iicr Illlwl Uliccki Ito tatnka rfHllacuuntiHl un- - U 0(1) 0(U OH) Oil) Oil) door. Included riinjr of IbonUitu hnda 0(0 tiA i to of Kentucky. I .. inly of Kulton. O, l Hlium.tr. Ouhler of the nhoro nrd lAiik, do Milciuiilr am-n- r Hint th Yi aUlrinriil la Iruo to tho Iwal of llir oli-difnrrvel W. H. KLMMIN J HuIkcMIhiI niid nworii tu U fur , I' Mhuiimlo llila aril tiny of Jnn. Attoti A. (i, Oamotiiru ll. u, Halk V. r.HHUMATK, ) I Director nm tir mi. if roniiiiutloii riplron ths liulilnrof nun ma Kjr rtvliHlv, uri ui A KAI,J II P. NoUry ruulle t m it Accuses Oil Go. L'l'hu lUuuiur, owutd and edited by uo,u laiuiruiu ul iJuiiUiuiud, tu u (.cut imiuu, caargeu taut uiu Jato jioii oi lim ihHuovrutic ktuiu ux- Juvo commute, wuiou ouiiwl u imuuiry u,niut uio protean or uli uiitUiuutuM lor Kovwrnor, except IMCriiiry. wun corrunlid ur tun gtCuiU.uu till iu., uilwoiiui iiutt it pur- ginnum iivj liitmjuers. uliugnu uutt Uiu UlaudarU Uo uuu Uuimtwu 1,UUU,000 tu Uiu wwMjuiigu luuu tu win lur AlcCiuary, jtM")' lUul it, VtOUlU ttpolKl !9,U0U,UU0 o iu oiuci iih Kentucky ugent, Jjk uuu r v was reiurrou Ui tu tho tu Uiu Lulled tv VtHMu ".aiuuu-lUUt,- " ixiu .Mountain bUlc kiiu;" vtiii - bunutor rajutor unU Coiisro Uam Ohio jotuua. ,'iiou. j on ii li. lluiidrlck, uf 1'uJuv, a caiiuiuuio lor ino uuuiocruuc HtMiuikiliuii tor tooruor lonuurly iu buiiuiiutid unU in a cloo lin-uof lvlitur Uuidrum. liuuunik S?.ooU u luiiko six iioclien in Kou HucKy and tun vlij a iiruuary wan twik d lor iaCri'ury in Uiu luco ot jtvUktu of ml llio utbur caudldattw. liromiMoa U utuku uouhuUoiiu4 vix- ! Ji JOi tho bolllo ou liao our piarnii- PtiM Uuil lou aro sollliiK Uio bit fiAiUtii uau void ruiniily. Dr. UuII'h ?1'jho I'ar llouo lion uilllluii of usorai. At all doulura. When You Sco tho Dell K. t,aRHi'aiior JVulton lioadloa wan lioro from oorul days UiU wook. Uno from (1 to $2 a thouHaml und fget a hotter ahlngle direct from our laulll. Yati & Klrlc Shlmcle Co. Do you want n Better ! Better DrugStore? Better Prices? Better Service? Better Goods? Better Methods of Handling Drugs? Better Clerks? Better Accommodations? Betfcr Delivery Service? You can find it right in this store. We carry a complete sun line of drugs, nnti-toxine- s, dries, etc. Also candies, cigars and the best of everything in the soda fountain line. "I think ho Is lovely," she said, and blushed prottlly. Sho was carried oft to dinner with the beautiful lady, and tho prince wont, too. And when Mnrcla took off the cloak ho said bo liked bcr In her simple llttlo suit. "Only you must still wear tho vlolots, because thoy match your eyes." It was all vory dear and delightful, but thnt night when Marcla went homo to hor poor llttlo npartment sho totd herself that, of course, sho must not oxpoct anything moro. It was a Now Year's fnlry tale, and that was alL Hut tho beauUful lady camo every day and took Marcla out with her, and often tho prlnco was thcro, and at last, ono day, Marcla said: "Dear beautiful lady, you must not, you are spoiling me for ovcrydny things." Uut sho did not say that tho real rea"Won't You Get In Here With MsT son for her protost was because of the charming J j. ill I III ll ll It llaili ill ' J.j.l.a groat causa of happlnos. It was tho Drinco. Ho was such a prlnco, nnd sho felt that for her own1 first really lovely hat that sho had ponco of mind sho must not see tor ever possessed. nl much of him. She did not dream tbat her ezqulslto And as Marcla wlthdrow moro anut On the Streets blondo beauty framed by tho big hat more, tho prince ono day demanded c was attracting the attention not orly tho fairy godmother: "Where's oion II 'I'M l"l 'I'M'! of tho pedestrians but of tho occupants Cinderella T" II l"M"lut of tho autos and of the carriages that -: . . T mmsisi "Sho Insists," tho old lady smlleog t B. O. Halo was in Union City Sat- drovo slowly In lino toward the other "on sitting In the ashes. Sho says wc-ar- e I Ji. I urday. entrance, whero a privileged few were too flno for her with our pumpkUv-coache- s admitted at onco to the blue room. tj. nnd our palaces." Evan Farts has returned to Bur- Marcla feasted hor eyes on the pretty "Humph," said tho prince, "I gueny gowns, and for the first tlmo as sho we will sco about that" He then dcttu, Ark. stood thcro In the cold a llttlo bit of upon sought Marcla In hor shabby, Jack McDanicl returned to Louis envy cntored her heart Why shouldn't apartment (tl vlllo, Monday night. ho lido In luxurious comfortT She Marcla's face was radiant as shi,0 had beauty and youth, and lovod a welcomed him. "Hut you must nCg, S. II. Hlnton, government engineer. good time. como ngaln, "sho said, when he wa was hero Monday from Cr'osno, Mo. ' Dut even as tho thought entered, sho leaving. put It away. Wasn't sho lucky enough "Why notr ',; A. E. DoBow attended tho Now with bcr fCO a month and hor now "Uecauso," said Marcla, which wi Year's dance In Union City Wdenes-day- . And onco moro her faco was oot a real reason. halt v P, bright, and sho held her head high. "I shall como as often as I please110 Hickman Lumber Then suddonly sho gave a startled ho said. Mr. and Mrs. Stono, or Milan, Tenn Then Marcla stood up very stralgl glance under tho brim of her hat, vhUtod their boiis, A. It. and L. A., "1 am only a shnbby of a great motor car open- and tall. as tho door News From Gayce. last week-Mr- s. ed and a volco said: "Won't you get Clndorulla," sho said, "and I mui" ed In hero with moT A. M. Tyler and llttlo son, Tho woman who spoke was beautivisited relaUves in Now born, Tenn., Capt Ryan has boon on tho sick ful with tho beauty of old ago. Under last "'"ok. her wldo hat her hair was whlto, bul list nho hold herself with grnco and dig Roy Hertwcck and wife, of Memnity. "Oh," Marcla falterod, and ths Miss Ulllan Clioate has been very phis, spent tho holidays hero with quietly: "(Jot in, my dear, lady said, sick for sovoral days. relatives. I will explain later. Miss Mabel Aycrs, of Mabel, Ky., Bo Marcla, followed by tho eyes oi Miss Marguerite Fuqua, who Is atIs visiting In Wost Hickman. tho crowd, stopped Into tho wonderful tending school In Cleveland, Tenn., slowly up tho drivecar, which went J. Spradlln, and wifo and children, spout Uio holidays at homo. way. Ira nnd Milton, of Oklahoma City, Then tho beautiful lady turned to Mr. and Mrs. Fopo Herring, of UnBpont Christmas with Mrs. Sprndlln's hor with sparkling eyes. "Was your ion City, havo beun visiting their grandmoUior Martha WltherspoonT mother, Mrs.. I. D. Price. daughter, Mrs. T. T, Swayno, and sho demanded. Misses licttio DcUow, Annlo Cowgll family. "Why yes " Mnbcl Wilson, Virginia I'rathcr nnd Tho beauUful lady clappod hor hands. IjouIao Atwood, nnd McssrH. Oua AlHisses Mary Polliamus nnd MUIto "I know It tho nilnuto I laid my eyes on you," she snld. "As you stood thero exander, W. C. Recti, A. K. Dellow, Hlnshnw returned to East Pralrlo, with your head hold high In that (Joalder Johnson and Guy Halo at- Saturday, whore they aro attending hnughty llttlo way, nnd with your blue "But You Must Not Come Again," Sht tended Uio dances In Dycrsbtirg and school. They were accompanied by hair It was as oyes and your 3ald, When He Was Leaving. Covington, Tenn., last week. John Bryant. If my dear school friend had come work, nnd I haven't tho ttmo to fritter back to me." "Orandmothor Is tho dearest thing," away with fnlry godmothers and Marcla said, "and as pretty as ever." princes who wear gardenias." Then ho looked very sober nnd "I lost track of her," the beautiful ; "Do you think I fritter away lady told her, "whon I wont abroad asked: ; my tlmo?" ago, and when I saw you f years (V "'aPKaBBrll' ,"' I' I "Yos," Marcla told him, "I do." ; run tho chanco of not wasn't going to "Well, tomorrow I am going to ; finding you again bo I mado you get work," ho told her, "Thoy havo or : In, and mado you loso your placo In dored mo to tho Philippine. And I ; tho lino." bo gono six months." "Oh, I don't mind thnt," snld Marcla. shall monthsT" : "Six "I can go back to tho end and wait." ; Something In her volco mado him "Indrod, you won't," said tho beau; sny sharply: "You caro?" Uful lady. "I am going to tako you : Marcla tried to say: "Oh, no." but along with mo to tho bluo room. hor lips woro white nnd hor volco right : I nm to stand bohlnd tho receiving shook : line, and you shnll meet tho president Then tho prlnco gathered her Into : and go on to tho oast room, and wait his arms. "You shnll go with mo, ; mo thcro." from little Cinderella," ho snld. "From the ; "Hut 1 nm not dressed for that," Mar-cl- a mlnuto I saw you In your fairy god demurred. moUior's clonk, I know you wero tho the sanitary plumber is very necessary. If "1 nm going to play fairy godmother, ono woman." put my wrap on you. Your gloves I know you woro tho ono man," the health of your family is suffering, have and "And nro all right, and your hnt, and jou sho told him Intor, "but somehow I your plumbing overhauled and improved hnyo my violets, and presto! shall felt thnt It would novor rcnlly como you will bo n young lady of fashion " Into for It seemed only a New Year's open plumbing put in, that is based on sanMarcla pretexted, but for just one fantasy." We are acitary, scientific principles. moment tho curtains of tho closed car were drawn, as tho wrap was slipped knowledged masters of this trade, and will Millions of Bottles usm1 of Dr. HoH'h ; do anything in the line of plumbing, gas Is good evidence thnt It is n : good romwly for IaOrIppo, coughs, and steam fitting, and at reasonable prices. 2 coldn mul nil throat nnd bronchial ; : troubled. Look for tho Holl on tho ; botUo .Sold ovcrywhero. i It wns very cold, but Marcla's hoarl was warm For tho first tlino In hoi life sho wnc earning money, and she was sending part of It home. Then too, sho had a new lint, which was t from the fairy godmother's shoulders nnd transferred to Marcla's more slender ones, nnd then tho crowd, looking on saw two exquisitely gownod women, sldo by sldo, the younger ono blushing bcauUfully over her bouquet of violets and valley lilies. The rest was a dream to little Marcla tho cntranco Into tho brilliantly lighted rooms, tho music, the ruatlo of sllkon gowns, tho prcsontaUon to the presldont. Sho drow n groat breath of delight, as sho settled herself Anally In a corner of the cast room. But thoro was moro to lollow, for tn a fow momonts tho fairy godmother sont tho prlnco. Ho was tho nephow of tho beautiful lady and ho was to lKo coro of Marcla. And ho did tako enro or her, most graciously, and ho talked with her as If sho woro a princess Instend of a vory shabby llttlo girl, with her shab-blnoBs covered by n borrowed cloak. "Aren't you wnrm?" he said to hor onco, nnd Mnrcla snld, hurriedly: "Oh, no." nut whon ho said again: "I think you'd bettor let me tnko your wrap," sho laughed nnd confossod: "It's your aunt's cloak, and I wish you could sco what n very shabby llttlo suit I am wearing under It," And tho prlnco snld tho cloak wasn't any prettier thnn tho hat, nnd that tho hair under tho hat was tho pret tiest of all, and Just then tho beautiful lady camo along and asked: "Have you made friends with my boy. Mar-cla- r NOW IS THE TIME TO Begin next Month. J. W. Brown, of tho Mississippi Valley Transportation Co., Is hero this week making a final effort to raise the amount asked by his company In order to get the $10,000 docka at Hickman. Ho informs us that the business mon aro responding very literally. Wo are glad to hoar this. Tho now boat lino will mean much to tho futuro growth of our city. Tho first boat will go Into service about tho first of next month, which will ho followed by others as rapidly as tha shipbuilders can turn them out. They will furnish only freight service at the start, and that between Memphis and St. Louis. More on this subject later. Austin Wilson, son of Rov. and Mrs. a. W. Wilson, returned to Mc Ferrln School at Martin, Monday. W. II, Heath is here from Marbla Mo., to spend a fow days. Ho Ib looking after his farming Interseta at that placo, which takes him away from Hickman a greater part of his time. Hill BUY YOUR SADDLES WHILE THEY ARE CHEAP J. n. Owen, who was lineman for tho Cumberland Tel. Co. In this city In 1307, was married last week In Oklahoma City, at which placo ho has a good position. Business was ery quiet In his Una during December, but Marshal John Wright Informs us that Judge Rem-ley- 's court managed to pick up J323 in fines during tho month. U. B. Threlkold, of near town, had tho misfortune to lose a $250 homo this week. Tho animal was running In tho lot when it fell and broke a fore leg, and had to bo shot HICKMAN HARNESS CO. With Our fftgj Heard W. A. Johnston left Tuesday for Brownsville, Tenn., to accompany his wife and sons home from a visit with relatives thero. They will probably visit lu Memphis boforo returning. Judgo B. T. Davis orders tho Courier sent for ono year to Henry Davis, Cayco; Mrs. Mary Lou Sublctto and Mrs. Magglo Ramsey, Clinton; Dr. Henry Davis, Cairo; and II. L. King, Corydon, Ky. fFllBlJIl mll ISSf0? rs - --- il I I 4 and Bob Isler, an old Hickman boy, bad tho misfortune to lose the records of his office (Southern Express, nt Fla.,) by flro ono day last week. This means something when It Is remembered that Bob has about 30 men who work under blm. Pen-sacol- a, lltt' A now bustlo patented In Kansas has Just come Into uso with blow-of- f and safety valvo. When the wearer sits down the wind escapes up Uio spine, loosening tho corset strlncs and blows the bangs into fashlonablo Position. When film Rtnnila nti Ilin action tightens and expands tho bus tle, whistles to her dog nnd sticks a pin Into her drowsy escort Slkeston Hornet Win. II. Polsgrove, Sr., a respected citizen of tho Cayco vicinity, died Sunday afternoon at C o'clock, after days' Illness of pneumonia, and was buried at Liberty church on Monday. u five red-gol- IMifraaan To Your Ho was a member of tho Baptist church at Liberty, and tho Masonic lodgo at Cayce, tho lodge having charge of tho funeral services. Ho Is survived by eight clilldreu. All nowspaper men will appreciate Uio following from an exchange Health for tbc New Year Tho lady (?) who yesterday called thu attention of another to our patch ed breeches, whereat they both laugh ed ho hearUly, la Informed that a new patr will bo purchased when her husband's bill Is settled. It has boon duo nearly a year. Don't criticise a prluter's dross too closely, whilo you aro wearing silk, with money duo us. Tell your husband to bend us $4.75 and save tho cost of n lawsuit Wo need another pair of pants. Speetial attention Is called to a comparative statement of the Peoples Bank In this Issue. This con corn has experienced a much grcnter growth Uian tho promoters antlclpat ed and tho officers may well feel proud of tho progress the youngster Is making. At the samo time the other "old reliables" tho Hickman Hank nnd tho Farmers & Merchants Bank have continued to climb, which Is prima facie evidence that our city demanded a third financial Institution All growing all sound all manned by as clexer and nccouimodntlng set of men as can bo found anywhoro; that's tho kind of banks Hickman has ; , ; ; FRESH MEATS? o. xx. Phone Moonu 4 t)4444 Try Our y COWtilLL'S : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Lyric Saturday night. Mrs. Addlo Conloy, who has been visiting hor Bister, Mrs. n. T. Davis, for oovurnl days, returned to hor homo lu Corydon, ICy., yesterday. : ; I Both Phones Wo. 73 MJMMM. ICCZ. ,T-fi?- Ai tlmsUktMMjjj TAX VALUATIONS. Property Astessments Raised and Mora Taxei Will Be Collected. JP Frankfort Tho copying of tho county assessor's books for this year's aseessment of property In tho city of Frankfort has been completed by Circuit Clerk Den Marshall for County Clerk Crawford Leo. Tho total assessed Taluo of city property by tho couaty assessor shows a substantial increase over last year's assessment. The total assessed value of city property last yoar was $4,198,961. This 7ear the total Is $4,443,777, an Increase of $244,816, which will produce-taxeto the county of over $3,000 In excess of last year. The city assessment of this proiW J erty Is considerably larger, reaching to nearly flvo million and a halt. s aJ yyW Heard On the Streets To the Old By Julia Jiyna Walker Year Skating Is good. SOMEBODY MUST PAY. Fraakfort About $4,000 must bo raid either by tho state of the citizens of Louisville who were parties to the Injunction suit restraining the sheriff of Jefferson county from collecting taxes on tho twelvo-per-cen-t Increase In the valuation of property In that county. State Auditor Frank P. James sent a letter to Atty. Qen. Breathitt asking who should pay for the 45,000 postal cards and 90 new-tabooks required. ASSESSMENT RAISED. Ellzabethtown. Tho city board of supervisors has completed the equalization of tho city property. Tho city issessor listed property to the amount of $796,667. The board of equalization raised tho amount $23,805, making the total valuation of tho city 9820,372. STREAM TO BE STOCKED. Frankfort When the government tocka a stream with fish it asks that some effort be made to protect tho flsa acriM feer a propagate aod hatch. Georgo L. Payne and several other sportsmen have been Interest Ing themselves In having Elkhorn restocked. He received assurances that a supply would be sent next summer. 8TOLE FOR HIS MOTHER. Because of the modesty of Gov. Wlllsoa, he failed to give out for publication a pardon he granted on Christmas eve as a Christmas present to Harry Smith, of Loulsvillo, sentenced to tho penitentiary for two fears for obtaining money under false pretenses. Smith explained to Gov. WiUson that ho had obtained tho money to pay for a surgical operation on his mother. CONFESSES TO ROBBING. Louisville. Abe Bard, 23, employ ed as a clerk by the Bernhelm Distilling Co., confessed to detectives to a conspiracy between himself, an assist ant cashier of the Pennsylvania rail road and a negro expressman by which the thrco men have robbed tho company systematically for months. '? BANK IN TROUBLE. 0 MANY days we've fared throuti gny and wintry Sirs. A. E. Kennedy Is on tho sick wcathor. Old Year. I cannot lot" you go! Such list. great times wo've had as Clins. Parham is nblo to bo up wo Journoyed side by sldo. again. Nono other so intimate as Uioui No other frlond, save thou, has witDr. Lou Naylor was in Union City nessed my defeats, no other bo cheerily Saturday. shared my triumphs. When friends proved unkind thou Mies Jennlo Dumas was hero from didst walk by my sldo and counsel Fulton last week. patience Tho hurts of wounded affoc-tlowore healed, tlmo alono endured. Theo. Twlgg. of near Fulton, died Thou wouldst ushor In a now day, full Monday morning. of sunshlno and tho song of birds. Its Gordon Itlco went to Nashville on blessed healing power didst rovlvo my drooping spirit and sootboall wounds. business Wednesday. Thou didst bring roe friends from J. C. Ellison hns been under the afar. Tho mooting thorn In tho flesh weather tills week. once again, tho looking Into lovl.-- g eyes and holding hands warn) with tho W. E. Caldwell spent the holidays grasp of friendship, proved a benedicwith Fulton frlonds. tion after long years of wearying separation. Mrs. S. M. Hubbard has been on Tho turning point In lifo came to tho sick list for sevoral days. more than ono young person about mo. Miss Lola Barry, of Now Mndrld, Crucial questions wero decided which will make for weal or woo. Thou Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. Buchdidst accompany mo each day whllo anan. I holpcd to gutdo young lives Into makClarenco Iteed and Floyd Naylor ing safe departure from tho beaten Farewolls havo boon said spent Sunday with W. P. Reed at path. tho hearstrlngs and mado which toro thom Fulton. bleed afresh with tho evor now pangs of parting. Friday ovenlng Miss Emma Tyler And then a time camo when a great entertained a number of friends at wrench must bo mado. The old ways a danco at her homo. were to be mlno no more. I must turn Mr. and .Mrs. Rufus Wheeler, of my back upon tho past and sot my face, resolutely towards Caruthorsvillo, Mo., nre tho guests mattor how hard tho tho future. No road, nor how of J. C. Hendrlx and family. many heartaches and longings for the old path wero Involved Tho total deposits In tho three of tho now, there was in tho treading to bo no looking banks of Hickman Is $322,781.06; tho back. With gaxo bent forward, tho loans amount to $306,723.71. proocnt must bo lived; but there need bo no (ear, with a hcrt of courage Sheriff Johnson Is in Fulton this wuiin unu uou in ma neavon over-week rounding up Jurymen for tho L head. January term of circuit court All these memories aro It niDid, with C. S. Driver and wlfo havo lute ou rrom Osceola, Ark., where tli spent tho holidays with relatives. Gordon Itlco was hero Wednesday n H H I Remember, when you nre trading nt H. E. Curlin's, you get n square deal if your present or if you send. One price to all. A Square A part of your BUSINESS earnestly solicited for the year of 1911. Deal the motto. H. E. CURL1N I I I I I M H I - v s J y&swrrmm? was, HsH Frankfort J. ea to tho Oma Shaw property Troy nvenuo for Uio winter month C. Hendrlx and family havo mc A. W. Ingram, of Cliaffe. Mo. Ited Uio families of L. M. Bushr: I ' and J. W. Caldwell during the ho I K&ir&Ac&mil CTaA WzBl tfsn:rA' JMf ?. f i ii - S33ft A-. KT,Er7S . sal f days. Roscoo Balrd, the Fulton Leader tynotypo opcarator, was married w Miss Lola Jacobs, of Dyer, Tenn last Sunday. Of course if you did not cut o' your water you'vo got to play Sant Claus to the plumber, and ho Hki a good fat bill In his stocking. mil ii m i I f Remarkable'f Proposition Elect Officers. ! General ColdWave, J Eckroa. The First Stato bank at this placo has closed its doors. The deposits aro $50,000 and capital stock $15,000. J. F. Barney, state bank ex amlner, has ordered Allan Frayson to this place to Investigate tho condition of tho Institution. CHILD FATALLY 8HOT. Louisville. A flobert rifle In tha hands of BweN Miller, 11, was accidentally discharged and his cousin, Eleanor Smith, 13, was the victim. The bullet entered the girl's forehead Just above the left eye and pierced the brain. She will die. Physicians resorted to a trepan operation, but they say there Is no hope for the child's life. THREE CHILDREN BURNED. ' Boles, a fanner, wero burned Three children of Robert to death. The father was away from home, and the mother went to tho spring, locking the children In the house. When she returned the houso was burned to tho ground and the charred bones of tho three little ones, whoso ages were C, 3 nd 1 year, were found In one corner of tho spot where the house stood. Wisdom. Maysvllle. H. C. Herndoa, deputy revenue collector at Ashland, was awarded $500 damages In tho Mason circuit court again Omar Dodson. Ho sued for $15,000. Herndon while performing bis official duties here several months ago walked Into an open ele- vator shaft mall from Louisville. The this postofflco has been tho heaviest In the history of the office. Assistant Postmaster John G. Morey said that the mall Is nearly CO per cent greater In volume than It was a year ago. out-goin- g When Santa Claus hands you thro and wishes you a merry Christmas you'ro having somo Christ nins and there's some class to that Santa. Such was Ernest Johnson's gift from Col. B. L. Dodds. Tho Courier man would drop dead if somo good friend should drop,, threo tens in our band, but Johnson still surho vives after receiving probably handsomest gift of any man in tho $1000 bills state. Ono of the most remarkable propositions that has du eloped In this Carl Schmidt and wlfo moved hi .. i '" - in i u iut iiuuiw upon wires section recently Is the plans of a their now home In Southern Heights eibuy uuiiu Stead may have brldgod today Mr tho syndicate of Jackson, Tenn , backed tills week. Their residence , Is o6 gulf between this land and tho further by Memphis and Nashville capital. iif the prettiest in tho new addition. shore, with his spirit coramunlcaUons. From what wo aro able to learn, a Medical scientists may havo waged Mason Wright and Miss Georgia war against disease with such success genUomnu by the natno of Broun, rep KIrkland, two prominont young peo- that health may bo reigning o'or tho panting Uio company, camo to Hickple of Fulton, were married in that earth. Warfaro between naUons may man a short time ago and secured city last Sunday at tho residence of havo been mado so destructive that 20 day options on all farm land beuniversal peace will covor tho land as tween East Hickman and S. I Dodds J. R. Mllnor. a xnantlo of green covers the earth. east farm, at prices ranging from An excellent dinner wns prciuired Clarenco Graham, who ran tho But Old Year, should ho introduce all $125 to $140 an acre. This includes Prlco Houso hero last yoar, fell and these Innovations, ho might also bring Uie farms of Julian Choalo, Frank which was enjoyed by the lodge and sprained his anklo Tuosdny In Mom- - In his train sorrows and burdens, now Watson, W. J. Harper and a number Eastern Star ladles. tolls. I shrink from letting phis while on his run as flagman for trials and of othora, and aggregates more than him tho 1. C. Ho will bo laid up at his I rLall trust thy son to be worthy Tho Plan was of a thousand acres. homo in Fulton for several days. Crutchfield, his sire, Old Yoar, to bo llko thee kinu worked with nil tho qulctncs of a i and sympathetic, no mntter what fats gumshoe politician, nnd when It leakTuesday, Miss Noll Bondurant enmay bring to mo. Casting fears to tha ed out, considerable agitation followtertained several of her friends at wind, I look toward tho futuro with ed. Vestcr Rudd, of Fulton, was here six o'clock dinner. Tho dining room smiling confldenco, asking only that Wo learn from reliable sources that Svuday, was offccUvely decorated In holly and strength may bo given to bear whatIt is tho intention of tho syndlcnto, ever of 111 or mistletoe. A delicious menu served Yoar may bring.good fortune tho New In Vustor Freeman spout tills week caso they buy, to cut all this land in four courses was enjoyed. Placo Nevertheless, I am loath to part up 'n tracts and place a hous-- i u'th homo folks. cards wero for Misses Hazel Johnson, with thee, tho friend of so many dear on each tract, making in tho neigh 0. A. Turifer was In Clinton Mon days that aro gone Into tho Irrevocable Emma Tyler, Dora CaVitt, Ruth Kim-brborhood of 1C0 Gacro farms. These day ou business. Magalo Rico. Collcgo Ten- past and Goodby, old year, thou dost not small farms aro to bo used for truck ants of "Ponbody" were given each Misses Naomi Walstou mid Vorloy growing, nnd will therefore give ingentlemen go out of my llfo. Though I shall soo ono as a favor. Later tho thy fuco no more, tho recollection ol payment tolCO families. These gon- - uutu have returned from Kill ton. arrived and gainea wero played until thy dear friendship will bo sacred tlomen have been financing a simiMiss Noll Weoms, of Water Vulloy a late hour when a supper menu of among my heart's Innermost treasures. lar business at Jackson, Tenn., but is tho guest two courses was served. of Mrs. T. O. Copolnnd. Irindtquato shipping facilities havo "Old yenr, you ahull not die; We dlil bo Inush nnd cry with you caused them to turn their attention Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bellow of Bard-wilI've hnlf a mind to die with you. ilsowhore, with tho result that U107 wero hero a few days this week. Old yenr. If ynu must die." WHY NOT DILLON 7 'ill' likely dovolopo their horticulture Mr. and .Mrs. Orvlllo Wnlkor, of Under dato of Dec. 28, tho Fulton nnd gardening hero. Tho growth of Leader says: Hon. Sam Norman, of tho town, tho now railroads and now Pilot Oak, spent Tuesday night with J. M. Simmons, of Jackson, Tenn., .Mr. ami Mrs. Old Blufonl. hunt-nesGraves county, wns In town yester- has purchased a controlling Interest boat lino now nbout ready for day shaking hands with his many in tho was tho main reason for their Fulton Leader, nnd will heroMr. nnd Airs. O. M. Phillips enterfriends. Whllo hero Mr. Norman after guido tho destinies of the pa- se'cctlng Hickman. tained a few special friends with a stated that ho wns a candidate for per. His work has already shown tho Courier has stated tlmo nnd turkey dinner on Now Year's day. tho State Sonato, subject of courso that ho Is a capable man, and ho again, thero is not a better placo on to the cation of the Democratic par- has our best wishes Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Roper nnd daugh for success. Tho carUi for truck farming, and wo aro ty. Ho has many friends throughout gontlotnau of tho red nocktle and glad that matter Is nt last being giv- Ur. Louise, of nenr Cayco, spen ta the district and will prove n "hard gum-shopolitics will protend to re- - en iomo nttontlon. Wo hnvo never few days this week with Air. nnd horse to beat." There Is also somo tiro. ful'y awakened to our opportunities, Al . J. 8. Oasklns. talk of Hon John Dillon, of Hickman, should tho deal bo connumntcd, it making tho race for tho Sonato. If Mrrs. Wllllo Lano on routo two is Miss Ireno Davis, of Nashville, and will Involve no less than $150,000, to John decides to get In tho raco Ful Miss Dott Mayes, of Union City,, will say nothing of tho cost of carrying rnjolclng over the hnndsomu now pia ton county will go for him without bo guests of II. E. Curlln today. To out their plans. Their Mr. Brown no which sho drow In tho contest nt question. night they will bo entertained by lilin wt'i hero Uio first of this week, J. T. Llttlo'a storo nt Aloscow lait nt a card party at tho La Clodu. which indicates that tho deal Rrfturday. Tho Courier la right In lino on tho will likely bo mado. last named proposition. Dillon looks AIIS8 Salllo Hnrdlson, who has boon II. N. Seat was hero from Crutch-flolmighty good to us, nnd If ho does visiting Airs. Emma Llttlo for sovor-a- t Tuesday. tnko a notion to get his feet wet, Miss Annlo CowtjIH returned Frimonths, left Tuesday for her homo tho "hard liorso to beat" from Graves Regulnr services nt tho Methodist day boforo Christmas from an extend- In Western Toxas. Sho was accomwill know lio's been In tho raco be- Church Sunday morning and evening ed visit to Nashvlllo relatives and panied homo by Airs. Llttlo who will fore it la over. by tho pastor, Rov. O. W. Wilson. friends. spend tho winter In Texas, o, l, s, o , d, Mrs. and Mrs. Georuo Rawlston r turned to Nowbern, Tenn., WedneP day after a visit to L. A. Stono nnj I wlfo and A. 11. Stono nnd wife. ative About to Materialize Crotonn Iodgo, No. C71, Cayco. Attotidrd by freetlng temperature as elected the following officers 011 Ht. far south as the Gulf of Mexico a John's Day, Deo. 27th. billiard struck this section JIoiiJj; Kiting us Uio coldext weather J no. II. Vnrdun, W. M. onoed hero In many years. The in S. A. Johnson, S. W. oury hovered nt the xuro point . It. O. Polxgrovo, J. W. 0 o'clock yesterday morning, and A. L. Atwlll, Secretary. ground was covenl with snow to 8. A. Wllklns, Treasurer. depth of two inches. W. Brown, H. I). J. Snow I reported In a doxen sta W. II. Treas, J. I). extending far Into tho South T. . Henry Davis, Tllor. Chas. Noonon and J. (1. Wode. puruturo In Dakota reached 30 d grew Mow xero. Stewards. ii James Poyner, j rr Tho dwiUi angel has visited homo and left us lu sorrow. On tho afternoon of Dec, 3, Jim my was called from us. It was sad to glvo him up but God knows. In wns bucIi a good, kind, child, ala)a had a kind word nnd a sweet sum for his mother, nu obedient nnd kind broUier. Ho loaws a mother, thr brothers nnd two sinters to mourn his hns. God needed ono more ung I child amidst his shining band and ui Ho bent with loving smllo and cla. I our darling's hand. Oh, If hi could speak he would say, "We not for mo mother and loved om h, I am sleeping In the anus of Jesus ' We know not why wo grlevo for our loed one when wo know Unit Ins sorrow and troubles of this llfo aro oer and ho Is enjoying tho wo t comforts of heavon where Uio faithful novcr part, yet 1 Tho happy world was fair. Where purer spirits dwell We'll meet our children thero When rlngH llfo's twilight bell. And Uio' the years that roll between, Bring many n grief ami tear, Their presenco In Hint homo of light, Aiakes Heaven seom more near. Tho golden gates wero opened wide, A gentlo volco said como, An angol from tho oUior side Welcomed our loved ono home. Mother and gtaUr, , Wo nilns him nt homo, Wo iiiIhs hlui everywhere, llu camo to mo when all tho world ;, TTTTTVTTnrTyfTTWwWTTTTW 1,463 SEA LIFE SAVERS ACCIDENTS PER-SON- RESCUED 6,608 FROM DEATH. lie Fulton County Capitol TWO AVIATORS KILLED aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa From real estate. MOVANT'S HOXEY'S NECK BROKEN AND BODY MANGLED. 8. O. Stubbloflcld to II. Oliver, Retirement Pay for Life Savers Who lotB In Fulton, $1,000. Have Been Inaepacltated for Duty If. F. Oliver to Ed Thomas, lots Recommended. In Fulton. U. O. Halo to Sam Salmon, ICO Washington. Out of a total of C.CCl acres Intnl. $1,000. persons lu volvcd In 1,403 disasters to C. A. Turner to a. A. Wnford, 2 vessels of all classes within tho scopo acres land, $298.20. of tho United 8tntes llfo saving scrvlco J. A. Phelps to Int A. Mooro, lot only C3 Uvea wore lost and but 74 vos In Jordnn, $1 nnd other consideration. sols wero completely destroyed, ac Henry Snnger to Virgil Miller, lots cording to the annual roport of S. I. Kimball, Rcnorat superintendent of tho In Mongol Vlow, $210. I. A. Mooro to J. I). Chnmbera, lot sorvlco, for tho fiscal yoar which ended In Jordan, $20. Juno SO last. Itoxnna I'lillllpH to Mlnnlo Connor. The not opxundlturcs for maintain38'., acres lnml, $075. ing tho Horvlco for tho year wero Tho enactment of tho bill J. 1. & 8. L. Dodds Co. to Annn passed at tho session of confess by Dodds, lotB 1C0 and 188 In Old Hlck-inn- n tho sennto providing retirement pay nnd 7 nnd 10 hi Coin-leyaddifor member of the llfo saving, sorvlco tion, $1 nnd other consideration. nnd others of tho Held service IncapaciJ. F. & 8. I.. Dodds Co. to 8. I,. tated for duty Is urgod In tho report. Dodds, 109 acres, $10 nnd other con Tho greatest number of casualties re- sideration. ported wero In connection with craft J. F. & 8. I.. Dodda to A. II. without documents, such as sail boats, Dodds, lnttd, $45000. row boats, launches, I.OIC accidents T. J. Fletcher to W. 8. Sent, 22 having occurred to such crnft with persons nboard and a total of 14 acre lnml, $450. W. It. I'olk to Stovo Stahr, HI ncres Uvea having been lost. There wero 3.C48 persons aboard 417 land, $2uu. documented vessels reported In dis Ilimdeiiour, 80 ncrus land, $1,000. tress by keepers of llfo saving stations Val Carpenter to O. W. nnd Omer and tho totnl number lost wna 39. O. L. Walker to Tennessee PropOf tho 1.403 vessels of all kinds erty Co., lota Mongol Vlow, $2800.SI. which met with accidents, tho llfo sav-erII. F. Ilemloy to J. T. Dillon, lots rendered assistance to 1.407 valued Henry Addition, $42X0. with their cargoes ct 110,179.230. J. T. Dillon to Win. Stoker, Iota Other succor rendered by tho Henry Addition, $1 nnd other considservice Included tho rescue of eration. 137 persons from drowning, surgical II. C. Mkoh to II. I.. Williams, lot aid to CO persons suffering from t In Fulton, $10. wounds, broken limbs or bruises G. II. Thrclkeld, Jr., to O. II. Throl-keld- , and the recovery of 1C0 bodies of s 8r., 77 acres lnml. $C1C0. who had met death through tho Jco or In other ways. Nino of this J. F. & 8. I.. Dodda Co. to II. C. cumber wero suicides. Helm, 1C0 acres land, $8707X0. J. F. & 8. I.. Dodds Co. to Chns 8. Drlvor, cotton gin In West HickUNCLE SAM'S FINANCES man, $19750. Noah Vwitch to J. It. Veatch nnd Treasury Condition Improved Over I. J. Patrick, lota Fulton, $382. That of 1909. Ernwit N. Smith to Mn. Mlnnlo Washington. Tho now year finds Webb, lota In Fulton, $2000. the finances of U)o United States treasJ. V. Klrkland to Oscar S. Jnmos, ury far Improred over tho condition In which the business of 1910 waa begun. Iota In Fulton, 12$ 1250. Whan 1909 tolled out tho treasury had apent somn 1 20,000,000 moro than It MARRIAGE LICENSES. had taken In. Tim beginning of 1911 finds that Tho following wero granted llccnso deficit reduced to $(1,0000,000, nnd tho to marry by County Clurk 8. T. Hop-e- r total deficit. Including Panama expend sluco our last lssuu; Itures, reduced to almost fJG.000,000 Hnrry Poyncr and Miss Joslo on all accounts practically half of daughter of J. IL Anderson. what It waa a year ago. O. C. IX) II art und Ml as Auulu Tho year closes with about $80.000,. 00 n the general fund and a working Howies. balance of 34,000,0000 In tho treasury Paul Seven and Mian Martha Mcoffices, both considerably lower than a Donald. year ago. This Is considered by treasJim Self and Miss Hettlo Stnhr. ury officials a remarkable showing In Wtu. fc. Hosxan and Miss Zula the face of tho fact that more than Woods. $130,000,000 has been advanced out of Leslie George and Miss Mcattlo the ordinary funds for canal construe tlon. Kd Urns well and MUs Nolllu Jones. Flying School In 8outh. Jim Darnull ami Miss Aunlo Part- AugnstaTla. What will bo tho only low. J no. L. Henley and Miss Fannlo In regularly established school of aviation In this country will be started In gram. Augusta by tho Wright brothers. W. II. King and Miss Ella Anderson s 3 a g gun-shoper-son- Former Falls 60 Feet, Whllo the Lat- ter Is Hurled to Death From a Height of 563 Feet. Now Orleans. John D. Molsant, tho avlntor of and Statuo of Liberty Famo, enmo to his death at Harnhnn, a suburb of Now Orleans, at B:65 o'clock 8nturday morning, when hla aeroplane, becoming unmanageable, plunged to tho earth, Tho avia tor, thrown from his sent at a height of fifty feet, described n grim circle, then fell Ilka a plummet, landing squarely upon his head. Ills neck was broken rfud ho lived but a few minutes. Molsnnt was flying fifty feet high, dlroctly against tho wind when he wnrped his planes to descend. Suddenly the big Illorlot stopped, turned almost completely around, plunged, and There was a flnsh of scarlet from tho yellow body of tho car. It was Molsant Ho struck the ground fully forty feet nwny from tho debrla of tho onco beautiful monoplane. Tho llttlo group of aviation officials and nowspnper men seemed paralyzed, A railroad man In chnrgo of a section crow detailed to nsslst tho mcchanl-clandashed toward tho huddled form of tho aviator. Others followed. Mol sanl was still breathing. Strong men lifted tho unconscious form to their shoulders and started toward tho tracks where flat cars and engine were standing. As thoy passed around the smoking wreck of the monoplane, Molsant opened his eyes, his lips moved, but the effort ended In a sigh and another martyr had been claimed by aviation. Paris-Londo- (An Expression To Our of Our Feelings CustomersEverywhere In appreciation of your kind favors for the year 1910, we want to thank you for your consideration; also for the courtesies shown our salesmen. ' We sincerely trust that the year 1911 will be a happy and prosperous one for you, and that our pleasant relations will continue. Wishing you the compliments of the season, and with kindest personal regards, we remain Cordially yours, a: I Bradley 8p HOXSEY FALLS TO HIS DEATH. Parham Mrs. KUla Ford has returned to her homo In Cairo. k Blllio Carpenter Is visiting In phis this week. to Mem- ' Death Instantaneous Body Is Terrl- bly Mangled. Tho winds, Los Angeles, Cnl. whoso treacheries Arch Hoxsoy so often defied and conquered, killed the noted aviator Saturday. As If Jealous of hla tntropldlty, they seized him aud his fragile flying machine, flung thorn down over COO foet and crushed out his llfo. lie foil, crushed and bleeding, on tho field from which ho had risen but a short tlmo beforo with a laughing promlso to thousands of cheering spectators to plorce tho zonlth of tho heavens, surpass his own phenomenal altitude records nnd soar higher than any other man dared go. Ills body lay broken and twitted almost out of nI semblance to a human form. All of tho spectators In' tho grand stand witnessed tho tragedy, as It occurred dlroctly In front of them, on tho opposite side of tho course. n silence for alThey sat in most interminable minutes until tho announcer gavo the news through tho megnphono: "Iloxoy has been killed." Then from every part of the great stand came sobbing of women, who but a short tlmo beforo had clapped tholr hands to tho daring aviator as ho arose from the field for hla fatal filghL .Ji -- 11 5. With Our Compliments HA I'MBiUlTij l res h&jSSSfl We wish health and prosperity John Hogau spent part of the days holi- everyone, and we guarantee It to all at home. SCHMIDT, who use our lumber; therefore, with Cleaning and Pressing. tho TAJLOIL the Percy Jones was In Chicago this give us your orders, and get the best week ou business. selected and best seasoned lumber Capt. Leo Campbell spent Xnios with hoinu folks la Mound City. Willi New Year turn over a new leaf, sold anywhere. Dr. C. M. Blackford spent Xnias relatives lu .Louisville. Hickman Lumber and Planing Mill Co. Incorporated News From Gayce. Lon Alenndcr and wlfo visited Dob Alennder and family Wednesday night. Leroy Clark spent tho holidays his home lu Jeffersonville. OR Is at Notice.' Dont forget SCHMJDT the TAILstill over Rice's Shoe Store. WOULD STOP PESTS' RAVAGES Annual Damage to Peach Crop Entails FOUND FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. HANGING TO TREE ricultural appropriation hill, which tho commttte will report next month. W. L. Jouaklu vs. D. F. Chambora $6,000,000 Loss. el ol. Suit on note. J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. vs. N. Washington. Tho fearful ravages of pesta on agriculture, entailing many O. & SL L. lty Suit for $199 dam- million! of dollars' loss aro outlined In ages. Plaintiff shipped sumo stock a atatoment which Acting Chief Powoll from Carthago, Teuu., to Hlckiuuu of the bureau of plant Industry has and claims Uiey were damaged besubmitted to tho houso commltteo on cause Uioy were not pro;erly fed duragriculture, In connection with tho ag- ing Valuo Honeymoon Bliss. Cleveland, O. Tho cash value of honeymoon bliss will be decided In tho local courts as tho result of a suit for $507 damages against tho proprietors of a local hotol, filed by Mrs. Laura Illehl of Washington, D. C. Chnrglng carelessness on tho part of tho hotel, Mrs. Illehl has brought suit for $467, tho value of a lost trunk am) Its contents, nnd $50, which In represented as tho valuo of that portion of her honeymoon wasted In searching for It. Good Man Gone. Esq. J. N. Tnnkorsloy, ono of the old nnd highly reacted citizens of Mississippi county, M,o., died nt tils homo nonr Dorena, Thurmlny, Doc. 23, nfter n ten days Illness of pnou-n i children, most of whom nro grown. Tho nqulro wna Indeed an upright, pleannnt Kontlonmn, and his denth Is regretted by IiIh host of friends on thlj sldo of tho river. For ninny yenrn ho wna mnglBtrnto of hla district nnd nn oxtonslvo fnrmor. When denth enmo ho wna Just In tho mnn- ner of comnlctlni: n beautiful now resldenco on his placo norn Dorena Mr. Tankcrsloy was nlwut 65 yearra old. Most of hta llfo wna apent In Mississippi county. Ilurlnl took placo nt tho Hickman cemetery. on la. Ho la survived by his wlfo nnd six Woodcutters Discover Body Had Disappeared From Home. Gainesville, On. Hanging by tho neck from the fork of n tree, the body of Old O'Kelloy, aged 25, was found In the words In tho northern part of this county by woodcutters. O'Kelloy disappeared from his homo on Thursday night Efforts to lied him proved futile nnd fnl play wns suspected. A transit. coroner's Inquest failed to throw any C. 11. Mooro vs. W. A. Iilnshaw. On l'?ht on the crime. account. Paducnh Polo & Timber Co. vs. 393 NEW SOUTHERN BANKS Hickman Independent Tel. Co. Suit for a polo bill of $117X0. Fifty-FivOther Institutions Increased T. II. WInsett vs. City of Fulton. Capital During 1910. Suit for $1235 damages. Plaintiff Atlnntn, On. During tho year 1910 was injured' botauso of a defectlvu three hundred nnd ninety-threnow sidewalk lu that city. banks began business In tho South Hickman Grocery Co. vs. J. W. with nggregntn capital of $7,120,000 Flfty-flvbanks that began business Caldwell. Suit on accounL Candy Co. va. previous to 1010 Increased their capl-tn- l stocks $2,514,500 In tho nggrcgnU Hickman Grocery Co. On nccounL Mrs. Wllllo Jackson vs. N. C. & during tho yoar Just closed, making s banking capital St. I. Uy. Suit for $1000 damages. total accession to tho alio bought n ticket of $9,901X00. Plaintiff claims from Hickman to Dresden crossing Col. S. L. Dodds, nfter serving for nnd that sho wns Injured to tho extent of the amount naked because fevi ml years, hnB tendered his ns u member of Uiu Fulton tho train wns stopped a fow feet County Loveo Hoard. Should It bo beyond tho crossing nnd Hint In from tho train sho fell and nccepted, the board will lose a valuable Member, hurt her nnklo. Syd Wlloy vs. N. C. & St. I. Hy. Suit for $52 damages for striking hla G. Wood Gordon, n member of tho wngon In West lllckinnn. prominent tobacco Stovo Stnhr V8. Vnl Carpenter. Suit city council nnd run has been missing from Mnyfleld on rental contract. Tho Farmers Hank vs. G. B. Mooro. for threo weeks, and hla wlfo or hla friends cannot account for his mysSuit on mortgngo. Nothing hns boon MIIIlo Mnnnlng vs. Henry Mnunlng. terious absence. heard from him bIiico ho left, when Suit for dlvorco. Georgia Yates vs. Herman Yntoa. ho snld ho was going to Loulsvlllo on tobacco business. No rciiRon for hla Suit for dlvorco. Morrow va. Luther Morrow. A strnngo action is known. Ho is about Ida 10 years old. suit for divorce. Holow vs. Mrs. Rmmn Little. It. M. Suit for deed to real oslnte. II. K. Curlln will leave Saturday Salllo McLaughlin vs. n. u. Mc- night for Chicago to visit tho Itoynl laughlin. Suit for dlvorco. Tailors and get ready for hla spring display of tills fnnious clothing. Saturday night. Lyric e o o Illanko-Wounck- cost of tives. Mary Treat and sons spent collectllng. Bettersworth & Prather. the holidays with Mrs. Tress' parArc DcBow returned to Loulsvlllo ents, Dr. nnd Mrs. Naylor. Wednesday morning after a ten days' visit hero. Mrs. Jones, of Fulton, visited No. 101 Prettiest lot In Southern her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Atterbcrry Heights, If taken within tho next few Hisses Nannlo and Hazel Methcny of this placo. days can bo bought for $475. All Im and Cecil Wright spent Xmas day lu Union City. Lillian Edmlston visited In Union provements concrete walks, electric llghta, city water work8, etc. Slzo City Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. Spradlin nnd children was 02x100. Good view of river, etc. the guest of Union City relatives a llro. Woods nnd wlfo havo return- Courier office. fow days this week. ed homo after spending tho holidays Miss Uoimlo Cnrpenter has returnwith Mrs. Wood's father, Itov. Max-edoed from a visit to Miss Loulso Canof Hollow Rock, Tenn. Registrars Appointed. non, lu Como, Miss. Airs. No. 102 Tho man who wnnts a. res Monro close to tho business part of town will do well to seo tia about n residence that can bo Hire bought cheap. Iot 04x132; concrete walks, good cistern, etc. Easy terms. Courier office. J. M. Ranklns and family, of Terrell, visited Geo. Powltt and wlfo on Friday night. All parties owing Bcttereworth &. n Prather aro earnestly requested to Misses Christina and Miriam como forward nnd settlo nt onc(3 spent Xinus with relatives in Ful1910 Is gono and 1911 is hero and it ton. takes money to run our business as Miss Celcsto Roberts, of Memphis, it docs yours. So wo will ask you to spent tho holidays hero with rela como and pay now and savo Lu-te- Sudo Nnlfeh. and wife visited Fulton and Union City friends last week. Miss Llnnlo Threlkcld, of Woodland A new lnw went Into effect Tho County Hoard of Supervisors Is In session this weok equalizing; tho tax books. The gentlemen who compose tho Ronrd nro J. T. Stubblc-fleld- , J. It. Anderson, It. R. Kolloy, W. P. Felts, J. C. Hoper, J. C. I.iwson and K. C. Carter nnd W. C. Johnson. Noxt week wo print n list of those taking stock In tho Mississippi Valley Transportation Co., so that folks may seo who aro helping to maKo Hickman better. Tho subscriptions nro coming In In good shape nnd It looks now Ilko tho ontlro amount will hS raised beforo tho end of tho week. which requires bo reported to officers through out tho county who aro known us Registrars, when ono dies It Is necessary to get a permit from tho Registrar for burial; failure to do so has Its ponnlty. Tho new officers for Fulton county nro as follows: Jan. 1 Mills, Is visiting her brother, Harry that all births and Thrclkeld, and family this week. A. G. Handle, nn undo of h T Handle of this city, died at his homo lu Roanoke, Ala., tills week of pneumonia. Ho will be rememberetr by older citizens of Hickman as having lived hero several years ago. deaths Hickman, Miss Mnymo Naylor. Fulton, J. F. Royster. Lodgton, Dr. D. W. Henry." Cayce, Dr. Lon Naylor. State Lino, Esq. A. M. Shaw. Sassafras Ridge, C. M. Brown. Madrid Rend, S. Q. McCroery. Attending physicians nro required to roport births, and rcceivo 2fic for each ono; undertakers must report deaths nnd tho cause o'f demise, but got no pay for tholr reports. Tho mints of tho United States during 1910 coined $111,500,000 In coin of which nearly $105,000,000 was lu gold. Tho totnl colnago of silver was comparatively Insignificant, It being less than $4,000,000, whllo $3,000,000 pieces worth of pennies and were coined on contract for uosta pieces, wero coined for tho Plillllplno Islands nnd nearly 1,000,000 pieces wero coined on contrac tror uosia Rica. A' Ph" 4 VEGETABLES PRODUCE moore c. ii. FRUITS What Can We Say No. 100 Will sell on easy tonus Moro than If you are not satisfied resldenco on Troy nve. aftor using Sutherland's Eagle Eyo a nlco your money. UIg lot, concrete walks, cistern, ,etc. Salvo wo will refund 25c at all dealers. Placo can bo had for $100 less than owner paid, which was paid beforo Improvements woro mado. Good rea Clarenco Reynolds spent tho holi sons for selling. Inqulro at Courier days with home folks In Jefferson- villa and Loulsvlllo. offlco. S.3fcl --. a. . rl l! Regardless of WE OFFER THIS MONTH .;.OUR ENTIRE LINE OF... ,. Stoves, Lamps, Queensware AND WINTER LAP ROBES These go at almost your own figures. We will not carry them over, and the prices we make during this month will close them out. If you need one get it NOW. Hickman Hdw. Company INCORPORATED mmtm m m jm wmmm i - Mules for Sale. Sixty good work mules, from 3 to 8 year old, 15 to 16 hands high, In good flesh and hair; also a few good mares; also a good Jack, 6 years old 42 hands high, also good saddle stallion, 10 years old, all his colts show fine saddle qualities. The Jack breeds fine and large. Will take $500 for the two. Also four pure, large-bon- e Berkshire boar pigs, two months old, price $10 each. Will sell the above stock reason, able, for either cash or good note, payable next fall. Address J. F. & 8. L. DODDS CO., Hickman, Ky. Dr. Bell's d MECHANICAL BALL PITCHER Is a house-holword In every state in Uio union as woll as In several foreign countries. For Grippe, Coughs, Colds, Asthma and throat troubles it Is the best. Sold every whore. Look for the BoJl on tho bottle. Misses Laverne Throlkcld and Miss Ltzzlo Co nun returned Sunday from a pleasant visit with tho family of N. J. Coram at Greenfield, Tenn. A Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. If., will meet in regular communication next Monday night at 7:30. brothers cordially invited. Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & A. Vis-itia- g H. N. COWGILL, Master. OWENS, Secy. D. Work in F. C. degree. Engraved Catling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. 1 Happy Now Year to ovory xwidor housewife to make for the New of tills riupartmonU Year to tlmt she will find tint Muh Melbourne. Human baseball day for a imp, or a row at IsMt of and cricket bowlers have boen up .against the machlno proposition How often ho snillo as we look fifteen minute; that she will take now, though perhaps thoy havo ovt-rother evoiilw; at toast for back over our fenrs arid find thoy jnot encountered qulto so formidable a rending or playing games with lw (mechanical rival as In the Invention of wero phantoms. children and at least our afternoon .Doctor Venn of tho Royal Society of For Um good that we have doae In lite week for u social visit, a rid, .Great nrltaln, herewith Illustrated. there Is m much of xenNlne aatlafM-Uoh- , What Is your worst fnullT What (i walk. Theoe would not Imi Impost!- Doctor Venn's machine bowler, which awl for oar uRetiarlubletMtai ao for the busiest woman, who will is mine? Havo you reformed wlth-l, looks something llko a railroad switch, iHurfc of taat It ougat to he 'is making Its way round tho world, tho Now Year? look onrefully into her methods and IwaHm eiHMk wHlHMtt Orta hrmmu land already has got as far as Aus seo If there nro not superfluities she jtralla, where It Is In much favor for oan cut off, trimmed underclothing of the Courtor. jpractlco work. It Is claimed that tho To mako your Now Year a happy tliat can b made plain, and thus machlno will bowl any length, pace. ono bo sure and mako some ouu else BUT sawing ami Ironing, onkes ami Hit Mistake. havo a linppy Now Year. piss and preserves for which plainer "My dear," says tho husband. "In wholeaoiiier fool enn lx suhtluittd. tho first plaeo. I oan't mo why you bought tills nww oaks for the parrot, s Regrets for tho post will not . New Year greetings nro nnd In the tweowl plniw the thing Is Htrongthon your will for tho duUes or of good will. How they soften lianl so flimsy that the bird not wit of It heart, purify base desires, sweeten and escaped from the houM tho futuro. "Forgetting Uio past, bitten thoughts, and make every utes after I had mannged to tw minpress on," la tho bettor way. rig tho (lucil purer and holler; ovary wlah thing up ami ml Folly In kinder and tenderer. Let hearts ex"Parrot oseo! You slllv Jhin.t rh. Good hoclutv is that which is not pand, sympathies onlarge, ami roo1 was my now hoops t" personal In Its talk, but which finds will reign. Mako cheerless homes sufficient topic of Interest to discuss radiant, nnd heirless hearts to tlirill Strong Argument. without dilating: on tho sins of neigh- with iinspenknble gladness. Forglv "No," said tho customer, "I don't your onainlos. Ilury the pant. Rise want to pay no dollnr for a secondbors. nbovu the mean nnd potty resent hand panama. They're out o' style ' ments which you may have harbored anyhow." "Out of style, meln friendtr asked Tho following would bo an oxcol-le- ngolnat those who have not used you Mr. SIcklosberRer. "Out nt .i-i- .-. 1911 cosmetic: 'For tho lips', woll. Iki generous. Gut ready to truth; for tho voice, prayer; for tho start tho new year with kindly feel Haffon't you road In dor pnpers vero TJnclo Sam pelt forty millions of tol. oyos, pity; for tho hands, chnrity; for ings ami more nouie auiniiious. .iiaKH, lars for a Panama and a seggont tho figure, uprightness; ami for ilio Uio New tear of 1911 u day to which bant one, tool" heart, lovo. you enn always look back with pluia-ur- o nnd gnitltudu. I'oacu, good will Thoughtful. Do not bo too confidential; no ono unto you, dear roadnr, nnd "linppy. "And now," says the president of the womon's college "wo must sot ovor gave lior famjly affairs Into an Happy Now Year to you all." Mechanical Pitcher at Work. tho date for tho spring vacation. other's keeping without living to ro- When will bo the bent time for that?" direction nnd break required, and that grot It Tlioro nro plonty of oilier The New Year. "How like a man!" exclaims tho It will teach public school boys and things to Ho as friendly talk about. lady who teaches others to play cricket scientifically Chrlstuuis, tho religious holiday of vacation could bo Fronch. "As If tho nt any other time without tho aid of a professional and soolable as you like, but talk on niattors that do not touch either of tho whole world, has como and pass thnn the week of the spring opencoach. ed, ilio bulls have rung In Uio now ings I" you too nearly. . yoar, 1911, nnd Uio holidays, with all Medicated Corn a Trap. Uioir galoty and gladness, and gloom The Eternal Woman. Danville, Pa. A unlquo but effectivo Yes, n year has brought many nnd loneliness nnd sadness ns Mull "Can you seo anything tho matter method of finding out who wns steal- chances in many homes, and many memory. are but a with my throatr asked tho woman, ing his cholco sweet corn was employed by W. V. Oglesby. At tho por- of them sad ones, too. There are 'Wo can look back to them but can who was consulting tho now lady phy. tion of tho flold whoro tho depreda- hoarts with n loneliness In them that not live tlioso days over again. Thoy nlclan. Is Inoxprosslble. "Your throat? Goodness mo!" exTho cherished ono nro gone with Uio tilings that are tions havo been most(froquent ho dosed a number of tomptlng of their heart's best affection, their gone, anil wiiun wo remember how claimed the lady doctor. "I had that. I wss counting how many oars with croton oil. Early the othor very lir nnd light, their Joy supreme. poorly wo spent them, how wo reof your teoth wore filled with gold nnd morning Doctor Gcarhnrt, who lives Is no longer hero to cheer by their may bo how mnny proach ourselves. Hearts with amalgam." near by, was awakened by terrible presence, to encourago with kindly aching today because of our uuchnrl-tablones- s groans which issuod from his front thoy may go on through porcn. Ho investigated and found volco or sootho with tho lender touch Have Uiut Suit. Coat. Skirt or Can tbreo young men rolling about la of tho hand. tho years, and try as wo may wo cangreat pain. not drive Uio pain away, SouIb are cleaned and pressed by Schmidt tho Moving pictures Saturday night. A good resolution for the ha.nl work around us on Uio verge of despair and Tailor. Baseball Battery May Soon Have to Go Up Against This Machine Proposition. 13 A. TT T TT 13 T XT Q bo-ifo-re )ft w look in a ii to tutld thi n Mortal tewirtiMl and bark. irted, altiuwt MKlnran'. ami c spoke no word of nrtHirairn'i.i or sympathy. Thu friuwllrao and nail the sick awl Um solitary w have neglected awl passed by Ok! how cold awl Mtiflah and nnrhar (table we. nearly all of us, have Ami Inns the New Year been! mmups to us frKhtd ltb memoriea wi-r- Special Clubbing Offers, I !.. ft... f .K...I.... uu UlttUO a CUUU.M u wuwivi aiTsuiceuiunl ultb all tbu leading lb the U. S oud can our readurs on any of thutii. N ,. tng bettwr fur a Christmas tflfl tti4t fcOtno of these hU;U-clu- k poiiodu i. and they are uln) wek-oiui on. dariug thu I0114; winter luou lUIow wo gtvo a few of those v j will rauku your sukoUou easy. 1'Ji.im rtHaeAiber thic prlMis are posiUf' enah, uiid Mill only bo sold with . lilcktuau Courier. I'ricca quoted 1 for a year's subscripUou to Uio Co r ! uud the publlcaUou uuiniU: 1 u aJ , rert. joCiolsmaxx Courior and .... . ? 1 grot-Unit- i(M(vWi If Woinuu's National Dally , Weekly Commercial Appeal The Dulltiualor Sucos ilagaxliie Youth's Companion Cosmopolitan J I ,j tJ i W ,u o wMf I awybody nt y for-gott- St. Louis Itupubllc (2 u week) 1 to 1 1j rami Progress llepubllc ItFD dally 2.i0 Dally Courier Journal b a' Wwkly Courier Jourual 1 0 MeUnUfic Amerlcau 36 McClures Magazine 2td Auiwiicau Mogazlno 01 Amertiaii 1'oulUy Advoculo .... 1.3.' Aiuiirluua Fruit Grower l,Ci Outing Muguzliio .... ., 3,10 Southland Magazine 2 00 Tn)lor-TroUoo-d Magazlno .... 2 00 Colllur1 Weekly j jo Cokuinn's Hural World 1.0. Outlook Magiizluo 3;. U'ldlus Home Journal Saturday Kvenlng I'ost 2.f0 Wonmn'a Magazlue 1.3.i if you do not see whnt you wont In UiU list, call at our offlco; wo have hundreds of others. Write nam and address plainly wlUi your ordur, inciting exactly tho periodicals. Should jou want more than ono paper besides tho Courior tnko 1 00 from tho prlco of each extra periodical. Thus: The Woman's NnUomil Dally uud lllckmnn Courier costs 1175. If you want the Commercial-Appea- l also, add 2Cc. making a total of $2 for tho thrco papors. Its about tlmo for nnoUinr flro. Ixjt Kennedy writo you somo Insur-nuc- o today. rsKsx world la a dull place. I Truxton King Copyright. 190?. by Ceort I shudder when think of what might bate happened to you. my princess i went heart. If I hadn't come to noaponT the of .f ifufa alalia Ja 'I' l"l'rTT'l"''T1T"'Tln 'I ! J a..aa a.a.a !' 1 "IT 'I'Ty i'n condition of Farmers an. Merchants Saul: Heard afifei On the Streets ' $tf lb aiShfaaaY' g- tf 4t U - A tf & W ppeB & & Kdelwelss. I would not bate found ilolrm IuiMiipm t town ot lllckninn, Oounty J on " I'eellng her of Fulton, Htolo of Kentucky, nt tliu cloo trembling in bis of Ittmliit-a- on tho 1Mb day of Dec, IVIOi ariiiH, he went on Ix)nmnnd illaeounts XI. H. mid other llondu, HtocUn and eaten up by the Securities ogre long lieforo Duo from banks thin, or per Imps Actual eiuli on Imnd you would havo Uliovka, riMb Items and excliniiKU for clrnrltiu succeeded In be:N Cfl coming a count-es.- " Overdrutti licrurt'd) would I'l I' I'l I' I' I l'- -- M"M"I' ! I I I You SAill Reform John FcUio has been on tho sick llHt. with whimsical good humor: "Vou KKHOUUOKH l.'i:WI7 H7 hute la-e- Cleaning nnd Presabig. tho TAILOR. SCHMIDT, I.Clhi 1I),:MI 71 llirr McCulchton Copyright. 1909, by DoJJ, Mritl 11 Company ft "vou side up-lan- 19.WI B7 Miss I)u Harry Is tho guest of Hickman frlonds. Robert. DoIJow spent Christmas homo near Union City. O' ck una. will KINO," ra l.dil 1.CAI 67 nt your bad habits by tho beginning of a new year and put a nest egg Into the savings bank. There Is nothing that will hatch It quicker Into accumulated pennies or dollars than a safe Institution like THE PEOPLES BANK. It may be the beginning of, , a fortune for you. Uvrrdrnfti(uiieciirvd)... Current oxpente WI7 U "Aa It Is. In? ii CII.MTKII XXI. WILL II K MltK. inxn." was late In the tiny when Trux-(oKing wn MUtiimoiiiil tu llio devastated Male chamber to lo Hindu n Imruu. ami the prince completed Hip American' reward by presenting him wit ti an nudum cold 'iil ring, one of Hie crmvti Jewel. Iiti' that iiIkIiI It Man rviKirted at tin- - cnntlo tlint a large force of men "TOU IT "In Gniustnrl;, but nut In New York. That reminds me. You'll bo more than a ImroiifMH uioro than a princess. Vou will bo a qtnvlL Don't you catch tho point You will bo Mrs. King." The Grand Duko Pnulus waa distinctly annoyed. He had traveled many miles, endured quite a uumlier of hardships, and all to no purjMme. When dawn camo hi emissaries returned from the city with the lumen table information that the Hovornmeiit had righted Itself, that Marlanx'H resolution was at tin end and that the regent would lie highly honored If his excellency could oerlnoU the illstrnliigy ehnotlc condition ai court and couditix-outo kiv the ittw tie n visit. The grand duke rvlcd ihat ho would vUlt the nistle in n very Informal way. extend IiIm eotignitillntloiM and offer lit hwIcon. which he knew would be declined with thanks, ho would iiientlon the ImiihI Uuo; nUo he would Hud the opportunity to suggest to the ministry that hU government ft III was willing to make largo grunt and Mtuiieiidmis prombies If nny Mirt of arrangement could bo made by which the system might be 0cratcd In coujuiiciloii with branch line of the !uierliil road. And no It wa that at midday he rodo In Himp mid Ntileudor through the city gate, attended by hi xtulT and a rather overpowering liodygunrd The grand duko. with all the arrogance of a real ixTMiiuige, was late. It wan not for him to consider the condition that distressed the court of Gtaustark not at all. lie was a grand duke and he would take Ids own time In paying his renivctx. When he finally presented himself at the castle group of attendants door a actually yawned In his pronence. No one had slept during the night Just passed. Kxcltcmeul and the suffering of other had denied slumber to ono and all. even to thorn who had not slept for many days and nights. Now the reaction was Umiu tfiem. Itelaxa Hon had nuccetiled tenseness. Wheil tho grand duke entered the great, somber throne room he wa confronted by a punctiliously pollto assemblage, but every oyelld wn as heavy a lead and av prone to sink. Tho prince sat far back In the great chair of tils ancestors, hi sturdy leg sticking straight out In front of him Tho grand duke advanced between the respectful lines and knelt at the foot of the throne. "Arise, your highness," piped Hobby, with a quick glance at Count llalfont. It waa a faint, faraway voice that uttered tho gracious command. "Grnu-starwelcome the Grand Duko I'au-lus- . A help-leIt la my pleasure to-t-o"look came Into his eyes. Ho looked everywhere for MipporL The grand duke saw that ho bad forgotten the rehearsed speech and smiled benignly as he stepped forward and kissed the hand that had tccn extended aome-whuncertainly "My most reicctful homage to your majesty. The felicitations of my emperor and the warmest pmtef.tatlons of friendship from till people." With this ns n prologue he engaged himself In tho ever pleasurable task of delivering a long congratulatory iddrvM. After live minutes of high sounding platitudes ho again turned to the prince. It wns then that ho received his tlrst shock. Prlnco Itobln was sound asleep. His head waa (dipping sldowlse along the atlny back of the big chair, and his chin was cry low In tho laces at his neck. The grand duko coughed emphatically, cleared his throat nnd grew very red In tho face. The court of Gmustark wns distinctly dismayed. "Ills majesty nppcnra to havo-ah- em -- gone U sleep." remarked the grand duke tartly. Interrupting himself to address the prime minister "He Is very tlml. your exed'eney." sh-cpk ft shall biroiiesi.'' I mid tuxes pnld.. I tint ICntiite. Fur mid Fixture Other iufti not Ineludt-- uiulur any of tlienlxivo liriuls SI lA 73 Sl,(i( 0 0) tllJ-l- li Dr. W. A. Nollllng, of Union City, was hero Saturday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sudo Nalfeh spent Xmas with rolaUvos In Clinton. Mrs. n. S. Klllott has returned from n visit with relatives near Fulton. Sv yLJ MAlllf.lTir.K Uapltnl ttock paid In, tu Hurplua UiKllvhletl ouli '. 17.KOUI fr,u prollls Depoalts on which Inter- - 6,fll.'il Sl.fllSUl J.KHJIIU Dont forget SCHMIDT Uie TAILOR la still over Itlco's 8hoo Stora. Hon Harrison nnd wlfo spent n fmmAmmmmmmiMmm : ; ; ; wcru of the river A hundred imnpntv were gleaming ncaliint the dlntant cicauid on Hie iiHtltu Duko Paulus!" exclaimed Count Itnlfont Than. God ho did not conio n day earlier. Wo owe him nothing today, but ycMurdny-u- h. he could have demanded nuirli nf un!" In one of the wrecked approaches to the terrnre. mirrounded h) fragments f atone and confronted by ugly ai a young nwiii and a lender Ctrl There were no light near them. Tim alwidou were blavk 6nd forblddliiR. Ills arm wn about her; her head nrotlcd kecurely atmliiKt hi nhouldrr, and her fill in I in ml were willing prisoner In one of h;. She wa Nnjliic: "Truxton. dear. I did not love Hrle Vim lingo. I Junt thought It wa lorn I never really knew what love wa until uu came lii( my life Thai' what made It no hint I had let him believe that I might rrn for him untie day. And I did llko him So !"will never, no or know how happy I am. IxrulHel" he Into Tho Grand ent Ii not paid lSrtjllO II l:is,4K) 11 Uwililer Checks otitstnndliiB' tf4 3U OH) Jertllled Checks Hun to Imuks 0 HI I In redUcounted Notes mid hi IIIIU iwynhls Olil eitlipnld l,ifK)lton which part TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dilatory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one'lime for this account. Failure to see you does not exempt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. : : Inter- - of last week with Union City friends. Mrs. P. H. Curlln and non visited hor parents In Union City last week. Horn, on Thursday ot last week, to tho wlfo of P. T. Handle, n flno boy. ; : : : - : ; : : ; : : : - Other llnlillltles not Included durnuy of tlioiiUnu lieiuls un- - ; ; : ; ; : o'ou Htnto of Kentucky, I County of Fulton. There Is nothing llko good sanitary I. J. A.TlKiiiipnoii. Cruhler of the Move swenr Unit the limned llnnk, do nlwte tiitemeiit l iron to the Ix'tt of my cleaning and pressing. Schmidt dooB kliowliilitnnnil twllef. that kind of work. Correct Attt-nt- i J. A.TnoMrsoN, Cnnhlor It. M. Imlkk Robert Douglas, of Memphis, spent ) .Directors tho holldayB J. M. IIi'iiiiaiiii hero with Misses Homer T. A. I.Kiiroiiii J toheforo mo by J. A nnd Mario Green. ThoiiiiMon. thla 77lh tiny of m-- . 1V10. My roiuiiiUalou axplrea nt next aeaalon of Claronco Reynolds spent thoMioll-dayvnnto. A. K, Kl'.NKKIIY, with homo folks In Jefferson-vlll(HKAI.l NoUry Public. and Loulsvlllo. tsiwi: m " Kdna Symon's, of Memphis, spent tho holidays with Mrs. Bon Hertweck. Mrs. : ; - Milt-iii- : : : : : : : : : : : : . : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; Hulutcrllx-dnndawor- c o C. A. Perry was ablo to get down us- town ono day Inst week. Ho Is ing crutches, but Improving. Don't think that you will he the favored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of oxeep lions. ; ; ; "u - Save from 11 to 12 a thousand &ud get a better shingle direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Mrs. M. Amberg and Miss Lizzio Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. ' ; ; shall alwaya bring happl-nTruxton." he murmured, faint with the Joy of loving. "You 'a III MMko mn tcry unhappy If you don't marry ine tomorrow'' "l will marry you. Tnixt. when wo R't ! Nw Vork." k ld. but not very I. mil lie aw hU adran-Ing- hor car "I h"pe n )m. I r Amberg havo returned from a visit to Mrs. Guy Robblns, at Mayfleld. Parker sprained her o ono day last week and has been laid up wltli tho Injured member. Mrs. Sam an-kl- tym$m J. T. DILLON, Manager lie hld tier clone for n tone time, till face burled In her hair. "Listen. Inning1 Won't you any you'll bo my wife before I leave (iraimtnrkT I want you o much I can't bo away without you." 8ho hesitated. "When are you going, Truxton? Von you luvon't told It wa what ho wanted. "I am ga log next Monday." he aald promptly. A a matter of fact, ho had forgotten tho day of tho week they were now living Id. "Monday T Oh. dearl" "Will your first," ho "1 I jotjt cablo bom faltered. That' h mere detail, darling. Cable afterward. It will beat us homo by tnreo wctka. They'll kuow we're com "I must ask John, really I must. Truxton," alio protested faintly. InB." roe." Mrs. J. W. Flynn nnd llttlo daughter, Kate, havo returned from a ten days' visit wlUi rolatlvca In Paducah. liquor dealers havo applied for llccnso to continue business in Cairo during tho present year. Flfty-soven retail M The Light Mrs. Rllla Ford, of Cairo, has beon visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Hertweck, nnd sister, Mrs. Percy Jones. Don't forgot to renew your subAbout evon now, but which will b scription to tho Courier. The paper tho UUlcr when next Now Year day stops when tho time is out no exoomost ception. All persons ludobtcd to mo nro earnestly requested to call and sctUo at onco, as I need tho money. Dr. J. C. Morris. lFob. Mrs. Laura McGaugh Hcrron and MIsa Flon Goad, of Ucrnlo, Mo., aro of the cNgnu Year that brings health and prosperity, consequently happiness, to all who avail themselves of its manifold advantages. Electricity has yet to find a worth rival. There are many imitations, but no equals. If you have resolved to introduce this beautiful light into your residence, store or place of business, be sure and get an estimate and specifications for lamps, wiring and all necessary essentials from The Curtain Falls Dy Over Over Over Over Over Over Now th th the th the "Hurrayl" per. be won't think of refusing anything wo ask. Shall wo set It for Saturday!" They et It for Saturday without consulting John Tullls and then fell to dlscutalng him. "He Is very much In love with her," she flld wistfully. "And aha loves him, .online. They Klie's wonder will bo very happy. full" "Well, ao la John. He's themost wonderful man In all this world." "I am suro of It." ho agreed magnanimously. "1 saw him talking with ber aitd tho Duko oj Porno aa camo out awhllo ago. They were going tu tho duke'a room up there. Tho duko will offer no objection. Ho'll permit Ida daughter to olect Ida next 1 ho shouted- - In n whis"Ho Is o desperately In lovo Margaret E. Songster visiting Misses Laura and Mrlno sorry to lenvo Oraustark," afler a long period ''I've had tho of silent relmnppi-tloh.ippiPMt f inv life here" t month of my hid ti 1. I r if the i ii "I shall Ikj alio Raid dreamily 1 jnr - - 1 I -- i i Continued on Imt pngc till nectlon. Drown this week. sorrow and over the bliaa. drop, over the klaa. crimes thnt blotted nnd blurred. Nat Klkln, ot Memphis, wns hero wound of the ancTT word. during tho holidays tho guest of his deeds in weakness done. the buttle lost and won. cousin, T. T. Swnyno, and other nt the end of the flying: year. and friends. Tear that tomorrow will not be here. Over our freedom, over our thralls, Contrary to expectations, everythe dark and the midnight, the curtain la fall. thing went off pcacahly In Hickman Over our train and over oar loss. and surrounding country during tho Over our crown and over our croea. Christmas holidays. Over the fret of our discontent. Over the III that we never meant. l. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gertrude Henry nnd Over the scar of our Over the strength that conquered trial llttlo dnughter, of Now Madrid, Mo., Now In the end ot the flying-- year. arrived hero last week to visit Mr. Year thnt tomorrow will not be here. Quietly final, the prompter calls! and Mrs. E. E. Reoves. It swiftly tho curtain falls. Over During 1910 393 banks wero organOver the crowds and the solitudes. Over our shifting, hurrying-- moods. ized In tho South with nggregato capOver the hearths where bright flame ital of J7.420.000. lllckninn furnish-c- d leap. Over the cribs where the babies sleep. ono ot tho mimbor. Over the clamor, over the strife. Over the pageantry ot life. Gov. Patterson, of Tcnnesseo, parNow In the end of the flying- year. Year thnt tomorrow will not be here. doned 40 convicts on Christmas day. surely, from starry walla, Hwlftly and Half of Uioso wero Imprisoned for Bllently downward the curtain falls. murder In various degrees. tr rorl-ntlv- Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co, 3VTBTL-. T. T. T)TTiTiOJJ, Tx., Holiday Weddings. Holiday Wedlngs. Miss Dulco Murphy and Henry Fulton. Miss Ruby Tuckor nnd Trover Tuck or, Fulton. Miss Hula Albrltton and Jnmes Gordon, Fulton. MLss Minn Hugg nnd Will Wiley, Clinton. MIsm Ii.i Palgo nnd C. W. Summers, Mayfleld. Miss Myrtle Ferguson nnd Felix Pnrrott, Clinton. Miss I.ela Wnlkcr nnd Henlous Thompson, llcolerloli. l, Miss Inez Dahnko and W. 7,. Union City. Miss Cloo Peeler and P. M. Union City. Miss Esslo Woodfln nnd J. C. Hef-UUnion City. Miss Anrhm Cox and Woodson Morris, Fulton. Mas-songllMc-llug- J. II. Nelson, foreman ot tho paint shops of tho Illckmnu Wagon Co , nnd ono of tho best that ever striped n wheel, returned Monday from Memphis wliero ho has been visiting his mother nnd other relatives. Lost Friday W. J. McMurry and W. F. Montgomery killed 40 rabbits In a field nt the homo of tho latter. A. K. McMurray went to tho samo field Saturday nnd bagged -- 2 more, making toU of C2. Evldently tho crop will yield soveral bushels per ncro. o HICKMAN GROCERY CO. Do Your Trading Here Dr. Dell's Antiseptic Salve la good for nnythlng for which n anlvo Is Indicated such at pimples, IdackhendH. nores. chaps, ulcers, sun burn and nil flkln affections. 25c, at nil dealers. Miss Gcorgo Hurras entertained n fow friends on tho evening of Dec. 30. Those present wuro Misses Curb-tln- o Seciig lkc New Year In j STRAYED: Red Duroc Jersey sow pig, hole In each car, short tall, CO pounds. Return to O. P. Scott or notify Courier office. Tho postal savings system wns Inaugurated Tuesday on a small scale. Ouo post office in each Stnto and Territory has beon selected as a depositary. Mtddlcsboro was deslgnnto ns tho town for Kentucky, but Hickman would hnvo been tho bcttur plao for It. Governor-elec- fl 1 and Save Money . on your . Groceries Meats, etc. nnd Miriam Luton, Mary Hrlggs and Mozollo Urasflold. Messrs. Jno. I'rather, Austin and Wllllo Wilson, What Can Wo Say Dan llrlgg8 and Arnott Hondrtx. woro served. More than If you nro not satisfied after using Sutherland's Kaglo Eyo Salvo wo will refund your nionoy. Eczema, Rlnnworm, chapped hands or lips, bolls, 2c nt nil dealers. Tettor, soros nnd nil skin diseases aro quickly cured by tho uso of Dr. Hell's Hen It. Kuykcndnll sends a dollar Salvo. 2Dc n box at all doalorB to rcnow his paper for nnothor year A croamy snow whlto olntmcjit. Dont fall to look up tho etnto-ment- a and orders It changed to Illsbeo, wliero ho Is cashier of tho of our locnl banks In thU ClUzons Ilauk and Trust Co. lssuo of tho Courier. An-sopt- Brownwood has beon recognized by t O. H. Colquitt through tho nppolntmont of A. M. Prater to nn Important clerkship. Mr. Prater was a warm supporter of Mr. Colquitt and Is a man thoroughly competent to fill nny position to which ho la nsslgned. Brownwood, Texas, Chns. Parham Is Buffering with a News. Mr. Prater Is n brothor-ln-laDeputy Sheriff Rob Goalder, bad case of eysipolas and has beon of of thla city. .j?"' confined to his room for two weeks. D. Chnpmnn, of East Pralrlo, Mo., was shot through the lungs Christmas day by Kelly Mcintosh, a constable Tho latter was trying to arrest Chapman who was running at tho tlmo of tho shooting. Tho con stnblo says ho did not Intned to hurt his victim nnd fired to scare him Into halting. Chnpman worked for a lumbor firm In East Pralrlo. has been Dr. Hell's sold for sixteen years, and sales havo Increased every year. So you mn no risk. Wo guarantee It. All dealers. That lives ten years must havo merit A Medicine Slowly made, surely good k custom work factory which produces these shoes for boys and girls. Quality must predominate. Wear is there, because the shoemakers take their time. We pay them to be slow and sure, to give their attention to every detail. We do not care to see how many pairs can be made, but we do care how well and thoroughly good each pair is made. Fit, style and foot comfort. A dictionary with every pair, size 1 1 y and up. Ask your dealer. CUSTOM MADE BY It is not speed, but care, which counts in the WERTHEIMER-SWART- S SHOE CO. U. S. A. St. Louis, A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law B. Q. Hale and Notary Public -- v t Will practice in all Courts of the State. IZlolunnu, Ky. 1 1 ; I Office with Judge B. T. Davis j; Cash Book Store Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and See Our Stock Everything Mary Berendes & Co. J. KELLY SMITH JUtorney-aOLaw Clinton, Kentucky Ont'ltnlh of til fees to ChrtslUnltl. A. E. Kennedy, the Insurance man, baa moved his offlco upstairs over Brevard's store. You are Invited to call and see him. Phono CI. Bollinger has been daubed with n very dirty coat of whitewash. Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands In and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and In Fulton County, Ky. About one-hal- f the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made In sums of $1,000 or more for five years with privllego to borrower of paying somo after one year In full or making any size partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after the explra-tlo- n of one year, Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. 8PRADMN, Attorney tf Union City, Tenn. at-La- Commercial-Appeal- , 8t. Louis Post Dispatch aid 8aturday Evening Post delivered at your door. Bade 8alama LaCledo Hotel. J. A. Oliver, of Cairo, spent tho holidays with his father, A. P. Oliver, In this city. years ago the people iitcu in a great many uineront places in tno i- hworld woro very much Real Estate Millionaire Canned Goods interested in Now Year's day. Just as wo nro, and Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Product they did many things in honor of And Insurance tho day, exactly as wo da Tboy Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Teas feasted and decorated their houses when In nrnl ot (ItMKlMIIIHH. KltHHIl MKATH (ill on nr TVJrpttAMS and churches, and nt 12 o'clock they or KBHIWTtlKrrt. wero very particular to show In some way that they woro rejoicing thnt anHickman, Ky. 3 Deliveries Telephone 6 v other yoar had begun. Not all of theso peoplo celebrated New Year's on tho samo day. The ancient Romans used to havo their Now Year's day In March; then they changed to January, and a largo part I The of tho rest of the world followed them. The Jewish peoplo havo another day and tho Chinese and Japan-csLh tho Christians of Now still another, but wbenover tho York do not obsorvo day falls, according to their special Christmas as a time for calendar, thcro Is always a very ImSanta Claus, Tho Syportant celebration of it rians, for Instance, who live In the lower end of Tho Druids, who wero tho prlosts Manhattan Island. In Washington of England boforo tho Christian religFOR street, from the Battery up to Albany ion was taken Into Oreat Britain, street, have an old, custom of giving also colobrated Now Year's day their presents on Now Year's day. Thoy woro very Interesting and very Then there also Is a difference In the atrango people, these Druids, and, manner of giving. The 8yrlan chilaccording to what ono reads nbout dren do not bang up their stockings. thorn in history, ono always imagines Pittsburg Lump Coal Neither do the parents disguise themthem as wearing beautiful whlto selves as Santa Claus. On the conBon Air Lump Coal robes and having tall, magnificent trary. Tho Syrian child Invariably and flowing whlto beards and "DEAn MTTLK MAN) OOI IlLIWH HIM' Kentucky Coal knows who Is going to bo his Santa hair. At any rato, thoy always woro Claus, and consequenUy Is treated to the sleeping boy fnr Imi-- In tho i tin ir white robes on Now Year's day, for Prices based on delivery within the city limits. no extraordinary sunrise. There Is of state. Incidental! ho decided in mat was tho day whon thoy cut down one thing, however, of which ho re- delay a few dnjs before inking iii tho sacred mistletoe Parties out of town desiring to haul their own coal mains In ignorance, and that Is the tho bond question with I lie mluisin will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction f rom'priccs For tho Druids didn't think that nature of tho present be 'will receive. The grand duke wns out an inliimrt rolstletoo was only n pretty green quoted. The child picks ou whosoever ho diplomat vino. Thoy belloved it to be a miYou can leave your order, accompanied with pro-veraculous growth thinks will treat him best In case he hlch would cash, at the office of Hickman Ice tfc Coal Co., or peoplo from being harmed by succoeds In meeting and greeting htm poisonous food or drink. at tho proper time on Now Year's day. phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No On that day a particularly largo, Then comes a long vigil for midnight, one has nuthority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. handsomo Druid, with glistening as tho custom so prescribes it that the I will appreciate your patronage, an J by selling whlto board and hair and rather cold one who offers the first greeUng at gray eyes Druids always hod cold strictly for cash can give you security ngaintst an exthe beginning of tho new year shall gray eyes wo bollovo and clotbod orbitant advance in prices. receive a fitting reward from tho one "I was very nervous," most beautifully In whlto, would greeted. A good wish for succcbs and Mrs. Mollle Mirse, writes climb tho oak troe on which tho misprosperity In the first hour of Now of Carrsville, Ky., "had tletoe grow and cut It down with a Year's day Is held by the Syrians to golden sicklo. lie wouldn't take It In ! palpitation of the heart, augur well for tho following twolvo-monthis bond, because thoy didn't conand was irregular. and tho one who first wishes sider that respectful enough to tho "On the advice of Mrs. prospects Is enUUed to a reward. good sacred mlstlotoo, which could do such Hattlo Cain I took 2 botwonderful things. Instead ho would Custom prescribes that at tho Ume tles of Cardul and it did catch It In a puro whlto cloth and of this New Year's greoUng whatover me more good than any climb carofully down tho troo with the ono greeted happens to bold In his medicine I ever took. hand becomes Uio property of tho othIt Aftor this an altar would bo erectDon't Blame the Hen "I am 44 years old and ed and white bulls sacrificed and er. Tho ono who receives tho groovprayers offered. Then tho Druldlcdt the change has not left -- ASK ing Is supposed to do so plcnsod with FOR RATRS- community felt thnt for tho following me, but I am lots better it that, acting upon tho hnppy lmpulso When you get IlntI Egus for they year thoy would have all tho good of the moment, ho hesitates not to resince taking Cardul." luck posslbto, quite his greetor with whatover he Were Good when she laid them McMURRY &. FLAT first can lay hold on. This latter cus- B54 You seo In those, days Now Year's Attorneys-at-Latom originated In foudal times, whon celobratlons woro very sorlous things, You can Examine Insurance the Emir was omnlpctent In his pronnd all of tho coromonlcs attending Offlco ovor lllckmnn Drug Company. Companies nnd you can Can. vinces and his followers dopended for Take them were religious. Hickman, Ky. all isn't die Eggs, but after their sustenance upon his gifts and it best to demand the kind what ho allowed them of tho plunders of insurance that you know of war. DR. E. M. CnUTCHFICLD. Tonic is good nil of, the time ? Pleurisy pains nro located Just Of courso you can't nowadays surDentist the short ribs. Lumbago nffects prise any 8yrlnn early Now Year's Cardul Is advertised and Lavldron's old stand. 1'hono No. 2. the same region but toward tho bnck. day fooling with a costly urtlcle. He sold by Its loving friends. nAMAIlD'8 SNOW LINIMENT Is X3CiM.cl can bo depended on as knowing batHickman, Ky. The lady who advised tho remedy In either case. If rub ter, for either ho would havo to make bed In thoroUKhly It eosos pain, rolnx- Mrs. Mlrse to take Cardul, a gift of It to tho ono who first groot-c- d cm uio muscles nnd the patient can had herself been cured of HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. him, or elso ho branded as a mlsor. movo nbout freely nnd comfortnbly. Wlso Syrians carry candy to hand to serious female trouble, by Funeral Directors and Cmbalmcrs. A special dispatch from Puerto I'rlco 25c, GOc nnd 1 bottlo. Sold tho children who greet them. Cardul, so she knew what by Hickman Drug Co. Cortez, Houdurns, slntes thnt William Phono 20, dny or night. Cardul would do. Harbor, of Kentucky, and two olh Hickman, Ky. If Cardul cured Mrs. or Americans, woro seized by Mr. Ilooeoveh snya bo fa rodloali Tho South Is going to rnlso alfalCain and Mrs. Mlrse, it police und soldlors, thrown In aUll. Well, if ho will only romaln' fa. Wo hope It will grow Irom tho surely will cure you too. to prison nnd brutally lashed with still, wo will forglvo him. A hon'a egg has been found In mi soil and not from tho chin of her whips aftorward being doported in oxcavntlon In Itomo which Is thought Won't you try It? statesmen, as In Kansas. Ex. tho Ilonduran gunboat Tatumbln to to bo 1,000 years old. It has somo Tako out that Insurance today. You Please da may bo next to burn out Kennedy, auntcmalan torrltory and landed yonra tho start of our cold utorngu pannlless In tho forests. S6IIMIDT the TAILOR. Bupply and should bo fully ripo. the Insurance Man. 55JJj3i3ONO said Count IInlfo.il i.j ...ihIi distressed. "Pray consider w lint lie lias been through during the "Ah, my dear count, do not nnnloglzo for him. 1 quite understand. Alicnit Ahem!" Still, ho was ery red In tho face. "I will nwnken lilt", your excellency," said the prime minister, edging townnl the throne. "Not nt nil. sir!" protested the visitor. "Permit him to have lili sleep out. sir. I will not have him disturbed. Who nin I that I should defeat tho claims of nnture? It U my pleasure to wait until his mnjesty's nap Is over. Then ho may dismiss us. but jiot until wo have cried 'Iuig live llio prince!"' For nwhllo they stood In nukwnrd silence, this nolnhle gathering of tucii and women. Thou tho prime minister In hushed tones suggested that It would ho eminently proper under the circumstances for nil present to 1k seated. lie was under the Impression that his serene highness would sleep long and soundly. Stiff backed nnd uncomfortable, the court sat nnd waited. No one pretended to concent the blissful yawns that would not lie denied. A drowsy. Ineffably languid feeling took possession of the entire assemblage. The prime minister sat at the foot of tho throne nnd nodded In spite of himself. John Tullli. fnr kick near the wall, had his head on Ills hand, bravely fighting off tho persistent demon. Prince Dnntnn of Dawsborgcn was sound asleep. The grand duke was wide nwnfce. ITo saw It nil nnd was equnl to the occasion. After all, he was n kindly old gentleman nnd, once his moment of mortification was over, ho was uot nbovo charity. Bobby's poor little head had slipped over to a most uncomfortable position ngnlnst the arm of the chair. Putting his finger to lips, the grnnd duke carefully up to the throne. With very gentlo hands he lifted Bobliys head nnd. Infinitely tender, stuffed n throne cushion behind the curly hem! A splendid smile In his pjes. ho tiptoed buck to hhi ctmlr hM txi pawud Ootuii IU"SU, who bad risen, ho whispered- "Dear little man! I do not forget, my lord, that I was onco n boy. t!od bless him!" Then ho snt down, conscious of n flno feeling of goodness, folded his nnns across his expansive chest nnd nllowed bis beaming eyes to rest uou tfjv-toe- In one of tho curtained windows, fnr removed from the throne, sat Traxton King nnd Lornlue Tullls. All nbout them people weru winching tho delicate little seenu. stnllUig drowsily nt the grand duke's tender No one wns looking nt the comedy. two in tho curtained rotes. Her linud was In his; her head sank sloul u wnnl his Inviting shoulder Her homy lids drooped lower nnd lower, reins lug to obey the slender will that ur At Rued against complete surrender last her soft, regular breathing told him that she wns asleep. Awaiting his opportunity, he tenderly khwed the soft brown hnlr. murmured n aentle word of love nnd settled his own bend ngalnst the thick cushions Kverywhere they dosed nnd nodded The grnnd duke smiled nnd blinked his little eyes. Ho wns ery wide awake. That is how ho happened to see tho prluco moto restlessly nnd half oieii his sleep bound eyes. The grand duke leaned forward with Ills linud to Ills ear and listened. Ho hud seen the Prom dreamland boy's lips move. enrae Bobby's belated "(Joed nllght" Mm B highest market price paid m m wLw raw rims 3fe tor Commlulon. and hides Will lor price MW Mi VLW Wool on H 111 tf 1. mr AND HIDES -- mw Hit mentioning Ihii ad. JOHN WHITE & CO. ESSmSS. j . xm jn 1 ' sflm.MFjJ&WKmmm&J Jife? mm IM HICKMAN MARBLE'WORKS KMTAIIMHI1KI) TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Hucceitor to II. . IUiiiniR,dic'ftti Marble and Granite Monuments f5 -- 3 -- -W K - tfJ1 -- NGIBCUR, STONE WORK OF ALI KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky ' , , tub cm Mm A dry, hacking cough Is hard on the lungs, often causing tliwn to UALIjAKD'S II011WHOUNH bleed. SYltUP Is a henllng balm thnt quickly repaint damage In the luugd nnd air passages. Prlco Mo, We ami $1 per bottle. Sold by lllckmnn DnuCo Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY lllttHOTOIlH II. HUOIIANAN J.W AI.KXANMtK Hf.J.M. IIUHtlAHU Frank James and Tom Johnson, both colored, nttonded u church festival at Point Pleasant Christmas Kve night. A row between tin mn wns only stopped when Frank shot nml killed Turn. Tho liver Ioaos Its activity nt times nnd needs help. IIHItltINK Is an offeotlvo llvor stimulant. It nlso purifies the bowels, strengthens digestion nml restores strength, vigor nnd cheerful spirits Prlo 60c. Sold by lllckmnn Drug Co. J.J.ailONIIUIlANT riHn.IUTIIUitl.KHI.il T.A.t.HIKlK It. M. ISI.KH We combine nbsolute safety with sntisfnetory service, nnd oflcr our depositors the most libcrnl treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS II llt'i'llANAN. I'mhlvnt II J-- ' UAMAHK. At Cmblrr TIMMIXiN. VtuMtt New Year's Day in the Long Ago wJI r Our Slock ii Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST fflftQ Syrian New Year Ledford & Randle COAL o frCOAL CASH COAL CASH CASH $4.90 4.75 s J... 4.25 nt Nervous b, X. A. FARIS Business J) Directory The Woman's bo-lo- SollH R. T. 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