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The Hickman courier: January 11, 1912 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1912 hic1912011101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: January 11, 1912 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1912 $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. $1 per Year Advance In n OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time li out. we don't believe La forcing a paper on anyone. If you do not w Bnt to mlit a copy, keep the anbacrlp-tlo- n nyinr. .Soman tiMi poor toirwnil llila amount for n pnpr tlmt aiVM niltliv county ami Local News ttk clu'op imouiiH, i ngn. liiljr jrartott 13 thlf impr U No oiccptlon to Only tlili rtilo. iiirely Jo It THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY lory from the W A. Dodds corner to Its present location. C, C Ilondurnnt and Miss IlurniH wero married Dec. 27. 11, 1912 paid up. A notice of eiplrs-tlo- n li (riven here IS dayi abead wltli Number 28 A Blue Mark I FIVE YEARS AGO FKO.M TIIK UOUKIKIt KII.KS Lucy cA Very Timely Article on Track Farming Lecture by Mr. R. T. Berry of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture h- -J L Thomas' residence on tko north of J. W. Wand's resldoncc, Pud down tlio hill into tlio street ou a i wint of heavy raliiH not tuning tlio .urth. Ono of 11, T. Davis' Unnnt huuws near tlio Mottling Works was c.mrtd by nu uvalaucho from tho . uy bluff. Tho latter houso iw by Henry Williams, n negro. T. D. A. S. of K. society mot nt tho lourlhouso, with S. L. Dodds, president, uml W. M. Shaw, secretary. SMin Jackfcon was arrested ou chnrgo of obtaining money uudur fatso pro- - J. 11. .Millet took charge wife r dM R & Dodds of Italr clothing department. of Cltus. Mamie, IX'C. K. Latllmor, 20th. Kelloy, of Kulton, advocated a loc road tux. Hickman Hardware Co. took iwaMMiiioii of thulr cubt store room, una mos previously ued u a gro detriment by Ellison Hros. 1 lh J. Malono and wife moved to UnWhore Co. ion City ilr. Malono had ac-p-td a position with Hardy Jlros. a llnguywood 16tc. Hon. It, T. Tylor was In Washington In tho lutorcst of Fulton CooHty'o Itobcrtson was In the grocery ImwImm horu. MIm Hazel Johnson and Postmaster J. T. Slopbonu woro on tho sick W. A. Dodds inoved Into his "now" offiow. .&. P. S. Mooro qualified as administrator of tlio ealatu of Bam Ollvur with s. A. Wilson, surety. W. J. Thomas qualified as administrator for the Wilton hotrs with J. T. Pluni-lite- r surety J. C. EHUon homo. motcd to his prvsvnl Hoard of Equalization wok In session. Tho niembors wero E. C. Carter, W. C. Johnson, W. K. Perry, J. C Lawson, W. I'. Kelts, J. T. Stubble-Heland II K Kolloy. d of Crutchflcld, took charge of the Thomas Houso. Coo Tho K K. was advertising hauibor-gor- W. J. s and homemade candy. Arohloanr Short were hero trying to Interest our pcoplo in an Metwrs elctrlc Ilev lino from Hickman to Union City, Kulton, Clinton and Pnducah. O J appointed district A Clark (now dead) was lYesldcut Elder of this 3 Ilosodalo moved his photo gal ...THE WHOLE STORE... seasonable goods, the kind you are needing right now Is full of Furs, Gloves, Robes, Blankets, Comforts Mens Overcoats, Suits Ladies' Coats, Suits Childrens Coats, Sweaters Boys Overcoats, Suits Shoes, Overshoes Underwear, Heavy Hose Warm Caps and Gloves You'll find us making liberal price concessions on all strictly Winter goods. Fulton county is short on truck whllo a crop of tomatoes of 18000 Tho Literary Clrclo met with Mrs. Henderson. On tlio program were farmers. If wo Intend to givo this pounds or 300 bushols will remove Mrs. Authors, Davis, Johmion and MIbs mnttor attention, now Is tho tlmo for ,only 28.8 pounds of nitrogen, 9 Ivy bellow. Its consideration. Following we pounds of phosphoric acid nnd 48 C print a good article on this subject pounds of potash, nnd contnln 0164 Council met with tho following iriom-ber- s from tho pon of It. T. Herry, of tho per cent, water. At present valua-ntlo- n present; Dillon, Hortwcck, Halo, Agriculturo Dept. of Tennessee. This of these plant food, the corn Cnruthers, Donnell, Helm and article may bo read with ndvantarfo takes from tho soil Jli.74 worth, to tho small farmers of West Kentucky whllo the tomatoes only take away T. A. linger rcgIstorcI with the nnd Tennessee If you are sick of $8 C4 worth, and this in spite of tho d cotton, tho uncertainty of. fact that tho tomatoes remove moro comity clerk for the practice of medcorn nnd can't raise nlfalfa got into pounds of plant food than does tho icine. the truck business. Hickman offers corn, but it Is of tho cheaper phos Miss Dora Smith, school superin- more than an nverage local market, phorlc acid and potash, whllo tho tendent, renewed her bond, wlilchwas and St. IxuIb shipments can bo profit- "corn tnkea away tho moro costly nisigned by II. Iluchannti, J. A. Thomp- ably made. Get out of the old rut-r- ead trogen of nearly twice tho amount son and Dr. J. M. Hubbanf. Shorlff the following nrtlclo: that the tomatoes do. Seat also renewed hla bond. "Truck growing, like farming. Is iNow fortunately for tho truck not n science, but nn art, bo I shall grower, in nddltlon to tho fact that not attempt to lay down any hard his crop ns a rule removes less nltro-go- n Frightful Polar Winds and fast rules for men to follow If from tho land than staple crops, blow with terrific force nt tho far they seo fit o engage In growing veg- ho has tho further advantage of benorth and play havoc with the skin, etables for market. po two growers ing ablo to follow his vegetable crop causing red, rough or sore chapped hands nnd lips that need Ilucklcn's will agree upon nil of the details of with some leguminous ono such as Arnica Salvo (o heal them, it makes tho growth of plants In the beds or cow nous or soy beans, that will tho skin 'soft and smooth. Unrival- thulr cultivation In tho field, neither gather nitrogen from the air and at ed for also burns, bolls, will nny two pieces of land mako tho tho samo tlmo the stubble of tho miros, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. same resitonse to tho growers' truck crop, leaves, vines, etc, In conOnly L'G cents at Holm & Hllltou. though given Identically tho nection with tho stubble of tho peas amo troatmont; nor will nny variety or beans, will bo constantly adding TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. givo tho same results whon grown on humus or organic matter to tlio soil. men; Whereas, It has pleased tho Suprem dlfforcnt soils or by different "In volw of tho necessity for tho but thero aro some goncrnl principles free, even lavish uso Dictator of tlio universe to remove of commercial applicable to all grow fertilizers by death from our midst our late sis- that aro alike barnyard or manures, vrs and nil soils, and it is to theso every trucker must mako if ter, Kula Threlkeld, nnd genornl principles that I shall try to ho expects to grow profitable crops, Whereas, It Is but Just that a fitte confine my remarks today. Hut nnd the furthor fact that no vegeing recognition of her many virtues beginning tho discussion of tho table crop ever uses up all of tho should bo had, therefore, details of truck growing I want first plant food placed Ho It resolved, That In tho death thero for their uso, to comparo for your benefit tho adof Kula this church has lost a worthy vantages and disadvantages of truck but leaves a considerable reslduo for member, ono that was nlwnys happy growing as compared to general, or the use of tho legumes, and this in turn produces luxuriant crops of and met each and all with a bright rather, staple farm crops. them you can readily see what a Hinllo and to her family slio was al nmong tho advantages is that great "Chief advontngo the trucker posses-e- s ways a kind and affectionate daugh ns a rule greater returns being reover tho general farmer In tho ter and sister, and tho community ceived from lands dovoted to truck in which alio lived a loved nnd re- growing, less land Is required than matter of keeping up his lands. ; "Tbo thucker is also compelled to spected member. for genornl fanning, and this consti- practlco a systematic rotation it ho Kcsolvcd, That this church ox tutes nn advantagothat will have Vould avoid tho dlfforcnt diseases tend to tho family of our deceased tho careful consTo1 oration of every sister its heartfelt sympathy In this man who is called upon to purchase which are liable to attack his crops If grown upon tho aamo land year afthe hour of their deep afffllctlon nnd land In this, the day of rapidly inter year, and ns truck crops removo Do it resolved, That tho mombers creasing prices on tl.at kind of propvarying amounts of plant food from copy her noblo erty. of tho church try to the soil, Just as do staplo crops, tho example ami help to point others to "Another ndvantago which to my Importance balance of tho different elements Is tho Savior which sho worshiped. mind Is of much greater very easily maintained. Unsolved, That theso resolution bo than tho ono Just mentioned, is tho "You will probably understand betmainspread upon tho records of the church bottor opportunity offered for ter if I explain that ono crop will remid Sunday School minutes and a taining tho fertility of our soil; no movo moro potash than another copy thereof bo transmitted to tho truck grower need over allow his whllo tlio other will remove moro family of our deceased associate, and land to becomo run down if ho makes nltrogon, and still another will take provont Its that they bo published In tho Hick any intelligent effort to out moro phosphoric acid, and If any doing m. man Courier. briefly oiio crop is growing continuously up"Just hero I want to discuss Poplar Grove Baptist church. on tho ame pleco of land, that land reFanny Ilrasflold, Mozcllo Brasfleld tho rolatlvo amount of plant food becomes exhausted of tho particular moved from the Boll by n crop of nnd Hlslo Shaw, Com. element of which that plant requires a crop of tomatoes, as this corn nnd most, and It gets into such condihas a direct bearing on tho problem grow mnxluuni Lamo back may como from over- of kcoplng up tho fortuity of tho tion that it will not crops of that ono; but it it is grown work, cold sottlcd in tho muscles of land. in rotation with crops which rcquiro tho back, or from disease. In tho "A crop of corn producing 30 buih-ol- s moro of tho two former cases tho right remedy other two, then tho per acre will remove from the SNOW LINIMENT. It is UALLAIID-nitrogen, 19.C elements of plant food remains upon should bo rubbed in thoroughly over soil 51 pounds or tho affected part, tho relief will bo pounds of phosphoric acid, and 11 2 a moro even bnlanco and ench crop prompt and satisfactory. Trice 25c, will givo its does better in its turn than if Sold by pounds of potash, and Mc and SI. 00 per bottlo. grown continuously on tho same land. total weight 11 88 per cent, of water. Hickman Drug Co. "Taking Into consideration the remarkably small nmount of plant food removed from tho soil by fruit and ego tables as compared to tho total weight of tho crop, makes a definition that I onco heard given of a trucker seem very fitting. The definition was that ho was "a man who put water for sale in fancy packages." "Another advantage Is that less land being required upon which to operate, means moro homes, and moro homes means moro churches, moro schools nnd more of that coming in contact with each other in a social way that constitutes for tho averago mnn and woman ono of tho chief charms of life, and without which tho Joy of living would be greatly lessened for tho country low-pricecold-sorebo-for- "Tess and Ted" the "Star Brand" Kids out for a spin. Oh, You, Qirls and Boys OF HICKMAN Wish you could be with us and enjoy an auto ride We've met a lot of boys and girls since we saw you and have had a fine time everywhere. The girls and boys all over the country are beginning to wear "Tess and Ted" School Shoes and are telling all their little friends how good they feel and how long they wear. Have you tried a pair of like this. "Tess and Ted" School Shoes? If you haven't, just get you a pair from Smith & Amberg who have a big stock of the shoes we advertise and who invited us to Hickman to entertain you. Be wear "Tess and Ted" School Shoes. Your papa and mamma will be glad you do, because they are made comfortable and pretty, but strong, very strong. They can save money buying "Tess and Ted" Shoes for you, because they wear longer than ordinary up-to-da- te shoes. Your little friends, 'TESS AND TED" The "Star Brand" Kids. NOTE : "Tess and Ted" are members of the "Star Brand" shoe family. , "Star Brand Shoes are Better" wealth of a community, and as but difference of two or three days in a small per cent, of tho truck grown the planting of tho seed, fputtlng them In West Tennessee Is consumed hero, out in tho field or incultlvatlon of but most of it being shipped to dis tho crop, frequently means the diftant cities, it must add largely to our ference between a largo profit and acwealth. Practically all tho crops aro tual loss, and unless a man intends shipped to cities and money received to give them attention Just when for them Is all spent or Invest they need It, he had bettor stick to ed in tlio community whero tho stuff general crops and let truck growing Is grown, with tho exception of tho alone. Eternal vlgllanco and unceasing Industry aro the prices of success small per ccntage which Is sent in this business. Another disadvanfor fertilizers. "This Is not so truo of s.taplo crops, tage about tho crop is that it must except cotton, theso being sold to bo gathered Just when it is ready men In tho community nnd amounts a day's delay means loss with almost to a change of ownership rather than any truck crop, but more especially an addition of wealth of that place. with tomatoes, strawberries, cantaloupes and other crops of that "While it Is absolutoly neccssiry that we have food to eat and clothes to wear and food for our stock, it is only produce what wo and thoy eat and Ajcor out wo are no better off a tho end of tho year than wo were at tho beginning, but rather the worse off, since wo havo to consider the tlmo that is gono beyond recall, depreciation of valuo In tho stock and tools and tho depletion of tho soil of tho elements of fertility necessary for tho prouctlon of tho crop Just consumed. This being true, It behooves any man to carefully consider every matter tending towards an Increase of tho crop above cost of growing. "Now, as to tho disadvantages. Chief among them in my section is tho scarcity of labor and so much Every hard work being required. man should havo his labor arranged for in advance. Truck crops grown with the expectation of profltablo returns will not admit of the neglect that ordinary farm crops will, and a A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. To warn people of a fearful forest tire in the Catskllls a young girl rodo horseback at midnight and saved many lives. Her deed was glorious but lives are often saved by Dr. 'King's New Discovery In curing lung- trouble, coughs and colds, which might havo ended in consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful cough and lung disease," writes W. U. Patterson, Wellington, Tex., "af-e- r four In our family had died with consumption, and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and sato for all throat and lung troubles. Prlco 00c Guarand $1.00. Trial bottlo free. anteed by Helm & Ellison. A petition is being circulated among our business men asking the Western "Union Telegraph Co. to separate tlio telegraph from tho railroad business and move tho office to the central part of town. A good xnov. ,' "So much Innd labor being necessary In truck growing it offers much bet ter opportunities for all tho people of tho community to get employment; oven very small children can do a good deal of the work, such as picking berries transplanting tomntoe tying an holplng to gather them; and In addition, tho greatly increased ton- nago produced per acre, which tho railroads have to carry away, fur nishes work for many extra men. "Ono other advantago to which I wish to call your attention is the op portunlty offored trucking districts of building up nt tho expense ofotli or nnd usually distant places "Now you understand ns well as I do that it is tlio money brought in from tho salo of stuff that is export- led or shipped that really adds to the J7rTa i FOR AGED PEOPLE A FINE ADVERTISEMENT. Walter L. Ilrowii, president of the Industrial League, has a unique plan for advertising his proporty here, and lncldently the town at large. Those who saw a demonstration Goalder Johnson was In Fulton, of this plan ut tho Lyric Monday night it were delighted. In Bhort, the plan is simply giving n free motion and J. II Threlkeld and wife woro In view picture show, knowing hand- Fulton Thursday. ii in eury particular that we offer somely colored views of Hickman It .till) imr piroiial guarantee that It C. S.' Driver went to Mwuphls Tuesfactories, residence and business ah ill ciKvt (be iwr nothing If It falls her grounds, river day on business. bectlons, tho league o milntiintlate mir claims. This rem nnd railroad terminals In fact about iMv Is tailed Ketnll Orderlies. Col. S. L, Dodds made a business Ilex ;iU Orderlies are eaten Just like 120 different views which show the trip to Mississippi this week. Hickman Is mudy, are particularly prompt and city off in great shape. In a tloii. may be taken at the logical head of the deep waterGoulder Johnson made a business n n time, day or night; do not cause ways, which will come Into proml-nonc- o trip to Houston, Texas, Sunday. diarrhu-a- . tmeson, griping, excessive as soon ns tho Panama canal lookcness, or other undesirable effects. Wanted to buy cheap small farm Is finished, nnd In this connection They have it very mild but positive picture film Is of & to 40 acres near Hickman. Must a. (ion urou the orpins with which 3000 feet of motion they come In- eoutact. apparently act- - shown, giving somo Idea of tho great bo on public road and telephono lino. C. S. Driver. li'K as a regulative tonic upon the construction work going on at Panare'axed muscular coat of the bowel, ma as tho big project nenrs comple Judge F. S. Mooro ordow tho Couriweakness, nnd aid- tion. thus ovor-omler sent for ono year to B. L. Iloyall, ing to restore the bowels to more In no instance nro those pictures at Plggott, Ark., nnd B. A. Iloyall, at vigorous and healthy activity. Three merely n only faked or exaggerated; It is Villa IUdge, Ills. sizes. IOj.. 26c and 50c. Sold plan of showing what wo havo, which at our siore The KexaU Store. presented could not otherwise bo Did you over get your suit homu The Hickman Drug Co. without a visit to Hickman. If this from tho pressor with tho buttons all plan falls to get rosults, wo will bo loose or off. Wo didn't press that GREAT TRANSFER POINT. fooled. In fact, it 's really an suit. White Bros. to many of our citizens who Speaking of steam and olectric Just received today a shipment of roads In general, the Charleston Cou- do not tako Jho trublo to observe "Tho Famous Modjeska Caramels," rier ends an interesting editorial their surroundings. Mr. Brown proposes to show these at DeBow's. Owing to tho great hol with this paragraph: iday rush wo woro unablo to supply "There Is one thing that U pretty pictures all over this section of tho- our demand. Wo recclvo them fresh country and tho campaign bo Is insure, and that is if the Iron Moun every week and it only takes ono tain does not build that branch to ' o"fiurating should bo worth many trial to provo it is the best candy thousands of dollars to Hickman. Hickman, Mr. Houck will do so Just mndo. 2t as soon as the money market will allow. The Illinois Central is build- W. O. W. NOTICE. FOR, SALE: Two residences on ing a branch road from Clinton to Troy avenue. Good lot, barn, etc. It Is tho duty of all members to Ono house has 10 rooms; tho other Hickman and this will mako Hickman a great transfer point for some pay their duea promptly nnd not to 4 rooms Lot 100x180. Also another road, and it will not be long boforo depend upon others to do it for good rcsidenco near tho Prosbyterlan them. Every member owes this to church. All of wime road finds It out." these are A No. 1 his family and himself. Do not de- piece of property. Reasonable pend upon your clerk to look after Apply at this office. Of courso you want first class this for you becuaso you may bo terms. work. Well that is tho only kind we caught without Insurance at a Mmo According to statistics, each of us do. Whlto Bros., phono 195. when it la needed. Pay mo or T. A. is drinking five gallons of beer a Stark at St. Louis Furnlturo Co., and year more than, wo did ten years ago. save us trouble. T. C. Bondurant, Of courso in Hickman somo lndlvidua Clork. will arise to deny vociferously that ho is .doing any such thing. It makes no difference though; if ho isn't doVeterinary Surgeon CHILD BADLY BURNED. ing it, somo obliging friend Is doing Graduate of Chicago Vel. Tho little two-yea- r old son of Mr. It for him ..., ' ...... If . T t College 1893. uuu .lire. ono. uau .1 uiiaionuiw iue H. B. Horner has Just finished sevto fall against a hot stove Saturday Office at Steve Stnhr's Livery Barn en now concrete now store rooms n- afternoon and was badly burned bout tho face. Tho little fellow may In Union City. Hickman needs twico BOTH PHONES buslose his left eye, besides suffering that number of new merchantllo Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 iness houses needs them now and great pain. must have them If tho city's business district is to experience any Calls promptly answered night or LOST: Pair gloves, yellow leath- - further growth. Somo of our capiday. Satisfaction guaranteed. er nnd lined Return to this office. talists should get behind this matter. Old Folks Should Do Careful In Thoir Selection of Regulative Medicine We havi a Hiife, dotKndnbk, nnd alto rWlier Ideril remedy that U partlcu-.nludaptcd to the requirements of Ki'd people nnd persons of weak who sun from coustlpu-tJoor olli"r bowel disorders. We uro so curtain f?mt li will relieve these co"U'!nhitH uml lve absolute satlsfnc-t- l' y n ng eye-opon- er AAiifeftft&&ft&&&&ft&aufeftft Here and Thereor Somewhere Get tho best Co Did you thaw out tho pipe rvVWvvv'vvvv'rftVVtv As Good as the Best, but Costs You Less at Hickman Furniture Suu day 7 Get your Furnlturo at Hickman Furniture Co. Oct your money's worth at Hickman Furnlturo Co. Call 195 for Cleaning, Pressing, nnd Repairing. White Bros. FOR SALE: Fine No. 1 beef tle W. T. Parham, R. F. D. 3. cat- classy style distinction tho sliou illustrated liclow w what vim should buy. This shoe is made on n last that has lieen exceptionally popular with the best dressed men in New York, who buy their own huU ami have their shoes mado to order. In keeping with their x!lcy to give tho people of tliU country the U-- obtain, bio in both iljlc and value. L'lidlcotl, Johnson & Co., inuker of "Kndnt-U00w" arc the first to offer tlilsliut to the general public la u huc ut it Kpular price. graceful Hue and iU extreme plaiuucit, which gtvu it the ita'tno Note the TF you want the last word in shoe styles real dignity and refinement. ThU line is aim built In a way to give the greatest poulhlo comfort and wear. It fits the foot naturally aud the low abunk and bed give it a Kalkiiii; comfort tbat cannot bo excel leu. -- J J. R. Ford and wlfo, of Cairo, visited Percy Jones and wlfo one day )a week. If you want better shingles, try our California Redwood. Roymold, Moss Lumber Co. Miss dress-makin- """"""""ii IL1 Prices $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 g & Nell Peavler has opened n establishment over llalt-ze- r Dodds storo. FOR SALE: Three good cows with young calves. E. O. Mnddox, Hickman, Route 3. 3p FOR 8ALE AT ONCE Ono million extra flno cypres shingles. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. Mrs. S. N. Swoenoy has been visiting relatives at Denvor, Tenn., during tho past week. Tho slogan of tho present legislation should be, "Keep tho pledges mado to tho pooplt" Mrs. D. I). Wilson orders tho Cour ier sent for ono year to hor daugh-- ' tor, Mrs. Ross Cheshire, at Nash-Mile- . Mrs. J. It. Ralnoy loft Monday for Naples. Texas, after a visit to her parents. W. T. Parham nnd wlfo of near town. No extra cbargo for slight repair or sowing on buttons. This ought to nppcal to somo of you old bachelors. Whlto Bros. KB A fV ( lr &iJ". M ENDWELL SHOE No. 8KI KtixMA calf (tan) bal. "Collip" last. IV-tipinvisible eyelets, sum! hook, low heel, medium hlyle in fun metal. Just one of 100 new stylet . SULLIVAN BROTHERS 11.0. m ytn. J. Roas Cheshire returned to her homo In Nashville, Saturday, after a visit with hor parents, D. B Wilson and wlfo. Whon the democratic administration took charge of tho affairs of the State Januarry I, tlicy found n deficit of 1.100,000 in tho State funds. II Look! Look! Now u the time for vou to buv vour KUBL5, and SADDLES. I am making a a l na special price now to get&!-.- or mem for Spring stock. ! MUlOfc. LUVtK, LAf Great and Beautiful Display of our Newly Arrived You get what you pay for when you III trade with us. We don't sell you III one grado of shingles and deliver an- in other. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co. A small blaio occurred in tho up stair room over O. L. Lowrey's restaurant Saturday night, but wns soou put out with Uttlo or no damage. II PHONE 154: III i I Muslin... Both Mr. Roosovolt and Prosldont Taft feel inclined to agrcu that there will bo n "T" in tho namo of tho next Republican nominee for president. HII KM AN WAUNK XlJLVAXlUrlll JLJLX"XJLI.A 1 JKJ nn JJ II m Underwear Embroideries, Laces and All-Ov- er J. J. Taylor and wlfo havo mov ed back to Hickman from Martin. Tenn. J. J. will probably look after tho Western Union Telegraph A. R. Boone, formerly of this city, now of Charleston, Mo., announces himself as a candidate for lloutenant governor of Missoudl. Ho is a popular man and his friend In Hickman would bo glad to see him get tho nomination. Save tho troublo of smoking your moat by using our Liquid Smoke. 7Co worth will tako caro of COO pounds of meat and give it tho regular old hickory flavor keep it firm and sweet tho year 'round; no sklppors. Your money back if not satisfied. Bettersworth & Prather. Tho towboat Jno. R, Summers waa almoft destroyed by flro at Cairo, Saturday afternoon. Tho boat Is owned by Capt. Fred Bennett of 3414 Wash-Ingto- n and tho loss is fully covered by insurance She was built at Parkorsburg, W. Va., 1901 and was used for towing. Sho was a storn whool boat, 108 foot in length, 21 ft. beam, and a dopth of 3 and a half feet. Sho carried a crow of ton mon, tho boat cost J 17,000 and Is fully In tho case of J. V. Xi.'VaffHiiaTliUK-U&BFtTyv- " El Yokings Never before has this house shown such a large assortment of beautiful designs at such reasonable prices. All we ask is an early inspection of 'these goods, which will prove a delight to you. I llll Ask for Muslin Underwear Catalogue. I Mil uoir m tv TLN1TIH II r cm yr.it l llll llll llll Mil III MlSSi'nr ,i msi.siss 'Mr A'c "-- llf lllll HI Spring and Prices I Mid-Wint- er Ginghams 0c, 1 llll CIIIS r.rceo vst i o.Nir Mt..1HS CKt.tt. it ,in we Liusa. wrRorr, Hill Hit l y Now on our counters. 1 Mto e.icii WPM Lbbbb I I j I I rOVK V.INKt m ii SB COrif i 2 1 -- 2c and 1 5c per yard J Cyvfa50.000ooy7M Sf" HICKMAN.'"iti BANK I ii laagii ANO TRUST 3a500go I I I have cut the prices on all Winter goods, and must close out everything in these lines to make room for Spring goods of which I am now receiving advanee shipments. Word against Nay-lo- r, R. H. Mlloa, tried beforo Judgo SUDE M. NAIFEH THE DRY GOODS MAN Monday, a hung Jury resulted. Miles had rented a Binall farm from Ward (tho Henry Pollock plnco) and took possession. Ward ordered him to vacate bocauso ho had not given. proper security for tho payment of tho rent on tho placo. Miles claims It was a distinct understanding that no security was necessary; Ward says It la Just to tho contrary. Half the- - Jury bollevcd Mr. Ward's story; tho other half bollevcd what Miles said. Tho averago Juryman hoars somo mighty funny stories on tho witness stand. DIPLOMAS. Your city taxes oro past duo and An examination for coramoa school unless thoy nro paid by Fob. 1, 1912, diplomas will bo hold at tho cour. will bo ndvortiscd. Pay now and house In Hickman, Jan. 20 and 27 savo further cosU.Tom Dillon, Sr Virginia Luten, Co. Supt. 2t City Tax Collector. Aji old maid was asked a fow days The Cour- - slnco If sho was a Biiffragotc. Sh" ler will handle tho finest lino of 1313 said no, voting wns tho only think caloudare that over camo to Hick- - that mon rnulil dr. ulllinnt lioln nlld man. Don't place an order with any- sho waa In favor of lottlnc them do body until you this lint. It. Oh, you do&rl MR. DU8INESS MAN: NOTICE. COMMON SCHOOL --- "- Raise in Rates The public li hereby notinvil ! CIRCUIT COURT Dig Criminal Docket Ready For Monday. There nro 140 criminal cases boforo tho January term of Fulton Circuit Court which con von en In Hickman Monday. This la probably one of tho largest criminal dockets ever before tho court. Following Is the docket: COMMONEALTH tlmtllin COTTAGE HOTEL llatrnnrnnnw $1.40 Meals A DAY 40 and Beds are 35c Each on Wnrefoifd loeuiuiaefrom W. ll.Ul to II ntcount of general Iiliih priori. CASES. J. COOK, Proprietor. PAFF HAWKINS CIVIL ENGINEER Land, Drainage and Municipal Surveys, Maps, Estimates and Reports. Office over Nalfch Bros, atore. Hickman, Kentucky I I'ltolM FALLS Snow and Freezing Arthur Crutchflold, soiling liquor, on bond, f Frank Elliott furnishing liquor to minor, on bond.' Hall Johnson, Clarence Cavltt, Herbert Crawford, 1'aschall Rlloy and (Jeno Curry, gaming, Curry on bond. Uert Wallace, wilful murder, in Jail. Wess Flgglus, malicious shooting, on bond. Oeo. Stevons. furnishing liquor to minor, on bond. Willie Johnson, onrrylng conceal-o- d deadly weapon, on bond. Uabo George, cnrrrylng concealed deadly weapon, on bond. Jlmmlo Johnson, earning conceal C. T. Bondurant vs. F. H. Llghtfoot out license, on bend. Addle Hawks, selling whLskey withA. & J. Plaut vs. A. S. Barkett. out license, on bond. J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. vs. N. C. Virgil Roberts, violating local op- & St. L. II. II. tion law, C casos, on bond. Farmers Bank vs. G. E. Moore. Allen Scruggs, knowingly receiving W. Chlsonhall vs. Southern Wood stolon goods, on bond. Supply Co. Sam Jackson, breaking railroad Bank of Jouesboro vs, W. C. cur, on bond. Curlin Uoiidurnnt, house breaking, Edwin J. Parsons vs. Travelers In' surance Co. on bond. Cutor Hurce, mayhem, or putting It. W. Stalllns vs. I. C. H. H. out a negro's eye, on bond. Oreon Clemmons vs. J. T. Smith-wicHufus Lowery, malicious shooting, et al. v on bond. J. I Swnnn vs. A. J. Burrow. Elzo Lowery, malldoUH shooting, Br. J. N. Boeler vs. W. W. Jones. on bond. J. W. Nnylor et al vs. W. M.Cook. Elzo Lowory, carrying conccnled Graham Paper Co. vs; Loader Pub. deadly weapon, on bond. Co. Sam Coleman malicious shooting, J. W. Gregory vs. A. J. Burrow. on bond. Gro. Co. vs. E. E. Andrew Gardnor, chicken stealing, Gholson. en bond. Bondurant & Mosby vs. G. W. Cecil Rreedon mid Androw Gardner, I'hoIi8. J. W. Ward vs. I. C. It. R. assault and battery, on bond. Mono Barkett vs. John Wright. Cecil Hreedon, breach of peace, on Bryor Seay vs. Western Union Telebond. Audruy Gardnor, broach of peace, graph Co. Guy Howard vs. I. C. It. It. on bond Andrew Gardner, furnishing liquor Ilachael Mann vs. Joe Hurst et al. W W. Meaows vs. L.W.Uurton. to minor, on bond. k Mllls-Gondr- y Cox & Glldewell & Gordon vs. Smith. Rachel R. Ellis vs. M. W. A. Dennlson Gholson D. G. Co. vs. Val Carpenter. A. S. Barkett vs. Fred Hayden. O. B. Mooro vs. I. C. It. It. R. M. Chowlng, cashier, et al vs. W. P. Taylor's Executor. Coughs and Colds You could not please us beb ter than to ask vour doctor about Avers Cherry Pectoral Equity. Set for 3rd day of term. for coughs, colds, croup, bron11. McCluro vs. L. W. Graham. chitis. Thousands of families Oliver Badger vs. A. L. Badger's always keep it in the house. Adrar. G. I. Boylo et al vs. Lewis Atwill. The approval of their physiW. K. Hall vs. J. T. Thompson ot cian and the experience of al. many years have given them W. A. Dodds vs. R. A. Craddock confidence in this Mrs, Minnie Sccarco vs. Myra standard cough medicine. Sccarco et al. Sold for seventy years. Mrs. M. S. Cranberry, Admr., vs. Mrs. Pattle l'lerco ot al. Any cood doctor will tell you that a mediJ. I. Jennings vs. Inez Henderson, cine like Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral cannot do its best work if the bowels are con et nl. stlpited. Ask your doctor if he know & Ellison vs. Robt. Griggs. Helm anything better than Ayer's Pills for corB. G. Halo vs, Vernon Maladay et recting this sluggishness of the liver. Mad by the J. O. AYEB, CO., L11. Khi al. Mrs. Clara E. Maxwell vs. C. E. Webb ot al. Annlo Lacy et al vs. A. A. Farls. J. great I cr. o. STTJBBS Phone No. St j; DIG SNOW La Clede Buildiag, over Brevard's Store Weather Visits Thlt Section. winter weather struck this sec Saturday when snow began fall l (i ml cnnlliitiotl until It reached pin of about 3 inches follow d I')- a tomivuraturo as low a 4 de it. a IhIow zoro. ).ijUi4 wnn practically ausK-nJ tti.- flri part of the week on thin i K'! et al. 1st National Bank vs. N. H. Thur-roan, :m m$ &. &2 that this is the best Range sold in Hickman at this price, or anywhere near this price. that for Rennle Price vs. Alonzo Price. D. A. Luten vs. W. G. Adams, Elizabeth W. Loler vs. HatUe V. Long et al. Mrs. P. T. Provow vs. W. H. Pro-voW. A. Brown vs. KlUlll 'A.it.r work, or plixa. In about fourth , of the residences of KukiiiHii frozo and bjirstod, and tit Mi,, lumbnt linvti at loaat 30dnys TJio big? U rk ahead of them. ii, of damage from the cold snap tx- - tliM II repairs which will con ,ui (itionls In the neighborhood of Th IHokman Stoam laundry I: U-- out 1100 on- - repairs In their t.r-. , m r hi.' cooking qualities and economy of fuel it is the equal of any $50 or $60 Range sold in Hickman. durability, J. W. Naylor. Appearance Equity. Set for 3rd day of term. II. L. King vs. Jno. Wright. Nettle Carpenter vs. Sam 'Carpen- ter. Nann Naylor vs. Ben Naylor. Olivia Wright vs. Moses Wright. Ed Toten vs. Jessie Toten. Hattlo Frazler vs. Jno. Frazler. Chicago and St, Louis R. R. vs. Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. A. J. Binford vs. J. J. Shepherd Francis Houston vs. J. R. Houston. Carrto Kirk vs. Walter Kirk. Anderson Cox vs. Liza Cox. A. J. Burrow vs. Mrs. J. N. HalL V. B. O'Neal, Guardian, et al vs. Martha A. Johnson et al. W. A Brown vs. Leila Gilbert et al. Pearl Klutts vs. Bob Klutts. ' Willie Reid vs. Sloane Roid. Fred Porry vs. Lola Perry. R. E. Goldsby vs. Petition Ex ,'..ii. I 5T '2 that every one of the dozens of people to whom we have sold it will fully bear me out in these statements. lata u. Tli.- - ih ' te the most set ore wiaih-hf.d for soma tlmo eixlro north at In tin- - thro a r f .i t.lUzurd. SERVICE. & etal. ALL DAY BS21 Coal oloc ru Unlit service. TIio day current pclAlly appreciated by thowj will Ikni - ' It tho IllokmniinilIceday ItmuRUrhto an m v& 02 v; And I Say ery one we sell, and personally guarantee it in every respect, or I will pay your money back if you axe not satisfied. Lee Ellison. ualng ! iric motor. With flu ccpnon of the past few months, day (Urri-n- t waa limited to the fan si a mil only a that I stand behind ev- coinrnct has boon clout d for n engine and generator, direct con Tho generator will be ISo KV A.J phrase machine, produc g an alternating current, the same is tho big machine now supplying tho ght ayatoin While tho installation of tho new machine wilt moan purchasing of now fan and motors, this cost will bo "ffhet by Uio satisfaction of knowing imt wo nro to hnvo continuous cr- Much of tho steam and giuto-!in' powor now Jn uso horo will bo done away with in proferonco to tho power which is cheaper. and moro convenient ' w -- - Parte. Lucky Hinshaw vs. J. H. Pickett Thoro are 20 divorce cases to be tried at the January term of Circuit Court next week. Mrs. Lewis Kilpatrick and little daughter returned to their home in Memphis, yesterday, after a visit with her parents, L. P. Ellison and wife. Tho residence of Val Carpenter caught fire Monday morning but tho blaze 'was quickly extinguished and very little damago dono. We aro Informed thafa fine boy arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robblns, at Mayfleld, oue day last week. Sam Stall of MUburn, and Mrs. Chenault, of Bardwell, aro here at tho Ledslde of their sister, Mrs. Joo Noonon. Subscribe for tho Courier. -cl This is a Steel Range, full nickle trimmed, well finished, six holes, with grad- o uated size hole, galvanized reservoir, side feed pouch, high warming closet, large size oven, burns wood or coal. The price h t PJI ' Sold also on installments. NUTC VICK DEAD. Nut. c Vick, ago 02 years, died at his honir near Alex Rico's place, near Mils city, Saturday, of Brlghfs Ilurial Sunday nt Brownsvlllo Deceased leaven flvo small children fathorlosH and motherless. V tlls-fts- e- Ellison Bros. W. W. Turner vs. Elzo Lowery et J no. Moltan and Wayne Thomas, suffering minor to piny pool, on bond. al. Conway & Jomolll vs. Levi Chi- Emmott Aloxandor, common nui soln. sance, on bond. Joe Ballard vs. John Wright. Leo Jackson, common nuisance, on Roy Boaz vs. Earl Bonz. bond. Goalder Johnson vs. N. C. & St. L. Porry Jnckson, common nuisance, Loulsvlllo Cotton Seed Products on bond. Portor Wright, common nuisance, Co. vs. Farmers Gin & Grain Co. 0. T. Bondurant vs. Hubbard & on bond. Tom Lyons, common nuisance, on Kennedy. Jno. Pyle vs. Woodmen of tho bond. Luzluc Wallace, common nuisance, World. on bond. Appearance Ordinary. Bob Copeland, common nuisance, on bond. Set for tho 4th day of tho term. Guy Bennett, vlolntlng local option Scuddor Galo Gro. Co. vs. C. B. law, on bond. Wright. W. Mills, vlolntlng local option law, Scott Moslcr vs. A. D. Cook. bond. Ed L. Barnes vs. C. M. Yates. Albert Stacy, carnally knowing fe- on bond. A. C. Cook, violating local option Farmers Gin & Grain Co. vs East bond. male, on law on bnd. St. Louis Cotton Oil Co. Sam Cleaves, carnally knowing Miilt Now, violating local optlan It. B. Irvino vs. W. G. Adams. on bond. mall-clou- s Jinn-Ilaw, on bond. & McAdoo vs. C. T. BonduBen, Will and Jns. Whltson, Marlon Montgomory, violating local rant. shooting, on bond.cat option law, 10 cases, on bond. Jas. H. Howard vs. Brotherhood Will Mays, gaming, on bond. For bonoflt of City of Hickman Accident Insurance Co. Busby and Ed Will Anderson, Joe JT R. Goldman vs. Dave Morgan. Ellis, breach of poaco, Brushy on Itobt. Jnckson, violating local option law, on bond. Dra. Major and Colin vs. S. W. bond. Boaz. Capt. A. A. Smith, violating local Continued Ordinary. White Branch Sholton Hat Co. vs. option law, 12 casos, on bond. selling" whlskoy withC. B. Gregory. Set for tho 3rd day of tho term. Rich Dowoy, Mrs. E. L. McFarland vs. Western Ky RugRy Co, vs. J, H. Rankin, out llccnso 5 cases, on bond. Union Telo. Co. John Cavcndor, selling whiskey wlO receiver et al. s - ed deadly weapon, on bond. Dave and Tom Morgan, fnlluro to support poor parent, on bond. Ulckman Courier and Commercial' T. L. Fox feloniously appropriatA t $1.25. ing property in custody of common carrier, on bon. Hickman now hnB four banks. Roy Smith, shooting on public hlghwny, on bond. ft Smith, cnrryl"K concealed Roy deadly weapon, 2 casos, on bond'. Jesse Moore, wilful murder, in Jail. Charley Wright, setUng up card gamo, on bond. Has a full line of Logan Wilson, sotting up card gamo, in Jail. FRESH CANNED GOODS Sllns Jackson, sotting up card gamo on bond. swearing, on Duvo Morgan, fnlso Both Foreign and Domestic ment on account of a rocont oiorn-Ho- 8 Henry returned to Nashville, ntordny to recelvo additional treat- W. J. Hannon et al vs. Stove Stahr. W. F. E. CASE & SON Washington Grip Flakes Cream of Wheat Rolled Oats and Postum All New Goods. Fruits, Apples, Oranges Pecans, Malaga Grapes And Bananas Will be glad to have a part of your trade. Roney, Guardian, vs. Katie Jones. Liquid Carbonic Co. vs. Lewis & Tucker. W. W. Meadows vs. Goalder John' son, sheriff, 2 suits. J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co. vs. Hollis F. Taylor. R. M. Ballow- - vs. Mrs. Emma Little. Sam McConnell vs. Fal McConnoll et al. A. J. Turney vs. Mrs. Emma Little et al. Exchange Bank of Mayfleld vs. R. R. Rogers. Lovlo Langford vs. J. H. La'ngford, Admr. Flossie M. Hart vs. Ed Hart. J. J. C. Bondurant vs. J. K. Bar- nett., B. F. Chambers vs. M? II. Shuck. Naylor Merc. Co. vs. W. M. Cook. Nnylor & Campbell vs. W. M. Cook. Suo Pace vs. E. Paco. Halo & Ward, vs. N. W. Calcott Co. N. G. Morris vs. Robt. Hicks. J. Another New Trust Every new customer in our store is a New Trust. The customer Trusts us to supply the best Medicine that can be prepared. The Doctor Trusts us to compound the best Medicine possible for his patients. Neither Trust is violated. "Hciyler,s Candy " For sale at Pliouo 3.00 ;? I Vernon Ray vs. Porter Ray. Mamlo Pryor vs. Wm. Pryor. Bcsslo Bunch vs. Jim Bunch. Beatrice Colo vs. Will Cole. T C Willi n mo vo TlnKir V. Wnllnll ' '" Cowgill's Drug Store "" ' " tSmJj- - i- - u n - ; 1 RODS AMERICAN FENCE Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs Is Practically Indestructible i AMERICAN FENCE f "fc At following Cash prices 939 Amer. 1047 " 12 Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the biff, heavy wires, the hinge joint, the good galvanising, the exactly proportioned quality of iteel that is not too hard nor too soft We can show you this fence In our stock and explain its merits and superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and sec us and get our prices. 726 832 " " in. Stay, 25c I2 in- - Stay, 28c 6 in. Stay, 26c 6 in. Stay, 30c rod " " " 939 Amer. 6 a 6 1047 a 6 1258 " Plfry 6 2158 in. in. in. in. Stay, Stay, Stay, Stay, 34c rod 38c a 48c it 50c These prices are for SPOT CASH, and if any wire is charged on the books it will be charged at credit prices HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. INCORPORATED I REAL ESTATE MARRIAGE Deeds Recorded with County Clerk During Past Week. H. 23 J. KIraos et al to acres land, $1500. S. M. Powott, st in land f 100 and othor W. F. Terry to G. B. Torrott, inter-- f consider- ations. Harvoy Klmos ot al to Mrs. Ada Klmes, Interost in land, fl and considerations. Rosle Hall to W. M. Oruce, 30 acres land 1,500. J P. & W. C. Glldowell to C. Q. McMullln SB acres land, 27G0. J F. & S. L. Dodds to J. F. Moss, 0 acres land, 4G88. W L. Helm to R. N. Helm, lot East Hickman, C00. Steve Stahr to M. B. Shaw, Inter-c- s n land, $1800. Geo. Yates to Nancy Motts, lots in Fst Hickman, ?50. Cage Hale to M. B. Waggoner, lots East Hickman, 2100 W T. Carr to J. II. Tubervllle, lots Fulton, 225, C L. Walker to .Mrs. Ethel Barry, lot Southern Heights, 500. Maude Elliott to W. L. Hampton, In rest In land, 21C.CC. Burnle Howard to A. II. Mohundro, 1,000. lots Fulton E. D. Johnson to J. II. Nelson, lots East Hickman, 19CG.70. Nettle B. Pogue, of Lexington, Ky., to B II. Prather, of Woodland Mills, 2:o acres land, 20,600. Goorge Cnnady to Waltor Dultt, lot Hickman, 37.C0. E. N. Smith to Annie M. Greene, lots Fulton, 2000. Lt GREATEST MEDICINE ON EARTH citizen of Evansvllle, Ind., writes; "I was 111 for flro months with a pulmonary trouble, and had tho best of doctors. I had hemorrhages and was In a very bad way. Through tho advice of a friend I tried Vlnol, and I feel that it (saved my life. It Is all you recommend it to bo. I believe It Is tho greatest medlclno on earth. I havo advised others to try Vlnol, rind they have had the samo (Namo furnished on reresults." quest.) Wo want evory one In this vicinity who Is troubled with chronic colds, troubles, to coughs, or pulmonary come and get a hottlo of Vlnol. If It does not go to tho seat of trouble, heal tho Inflammation and stop tho cough, wo will cheerfully return every cont paid ua for It This shows our faith, and proves that you take do chancea. Helm & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. A prominent Poke Eazley wta arrested by the Deputy Constablo on Musket Rldgo yosterday on suspicion. When, scearch-eR. L. Portlo and Nola Russell. hog livers and a half bushel of Waltor Cartor and S. N. Dunsch. turnips were found. Poke will attempt to prove an alibi, claiming that Ethel Wright and Emma Oliver. Coroy Powers and Jewoll Jonakln. ho was not at tho homo ot Jefferson Potlocks at the time ho stolo the Robert Miller and Lesslo Barnott. things. A. R. MuKlln and Ella Barber. Washington Hocks has announced James Boyd and Ootle King. that ha will probably quit using talFred Bradley and Blrdlo Meacliam. low candles for Illuminating purpose William Hassell and Forest Ught. and go to using coal oil, since hearing O. M. Saunders and Luclle Burrus. that Rockfoller is no longer at the John Wlllett and Genova Dean. head of the company. Somehow, Bouron Davis and Vorslo Fuller. ' Rockfoller nnd Wash never could get J. 11. Archie and Llzzlo Ashley. on speaking terms. Orben S&iggs and Gertie Clark. Tho blind man, who recently came II. M. Cain and Fannlo Lee. L. McCoskey and Annlo McCoskoy. with the Excelsior Fiddling band, has B. W. Bradford and Sadie Knltoht. been summoned to Rye Straw, as an Important oyo witness In a fight lier Blanton and Ella Wickor. S. L. Haoabrough and Velma Wag-sto- that took placo last week between a tin peddler and Yam Sims. J. C. King and Bessie Hampton. Fit Smith has gathered his corn C. A. Maupln and May Norrld. crop raised this summer by his wife J. W. Dickson and Elslo Tucker. In tho vacant fjeld near Bat Smith's Edward ElUs and Minnie Roby. Willis Chambers and Stella Woods. moonshlno still house on Musket Horman Burnett and Maude Vaught Ridge. Ho thinks it will tnnko about fifteen gallons to 'ho acre. L. A. Wright and Allio V. White. M. Sutherland and Llnnlo Chapman. Tho mall carrier has changed his Robert Ballow and Bertha Travis. routo between hero and Bounding Eunice Avery. II. F. Cloud and Billows, going around by Thundern-tlon- , Ben Wells and Clint Glass. In order to dodgo an insurance A. G. Harrison and Lois King. agent that Is working at present in C. L. Gregory' and Casslo Scholes. Clyde Iuryear and Frony Haydon. E. W. Wiley and Bernlco Slaydon. Alfus Griffith and Annlo Prltchard. J. R. Poolo and L. B. Ross. II. R. Warford and Geneva Scott. Jodlo Jackson and Corn Crittenden. T. Gammons and Florenco Gassa-waThose who seek perfec tion In silverware in- R. B. Wright and E. B. Russell. variably choose forks, Jim Williams and Margarot Frazler. inooni anil fancy serv Clarence Goodman and Llzzlo Boy. ing nieces stamped with the renowned trademark Herbert Burkett and Alver Simmons Bud Kelley and Rosa Oreen. T. P. Rlddlck and Dora W. Maxwell. ROGERS BR0S..S D. P. Reynolds and Mary Smith. It. W. Morgan and Norma In quality end beauty r. LICENSES Granted In Obion County, Since Our Last Issue. HOGWALLOW DOINGS. those parts HICKMAN MAKES DIG GAIN. d Fulton County Board of Supntsor The Excelsior Fiddling Band seret Tuns-danaded Luke Mat hew sin Wednesday mm at the court hous nnd Wiilnoitdny for th purpose nlghL While playing "The Downfall of Paris," they tramped down about of hearing onuses why ewrtnUi rnlxss in valuation hould Mil tw made. At two acres of Luke's turnip patch. the last session of the Hoard, vacaSeveral restless members of the Mat tion ot Fulton County property was Hill congregation wore soon clliutriiis raised 131.000. Of Oils nmoUHt out of the windows last Sunday dur- Hlokman wns raked 100,600. Men-ge- l ing the srinou This Is an unhandy Box Company was mlt-eS0.00O. way of sorvlng tho Iord. y d NEW PRIMARY LAW Sets Date For First Election For September 1913. A new tfUo primary lms bnn in trodHe4 1m th legMlur rruu.sms the prwem mods of conducting ttowi, nnd setting tho dale of n,. tint sKiftHiry for StUetiilxir, His The Mil provide that tho ' pay all Mswmnoji of the letlofi If Hits Mil tioHUM a law, anybod? run fur office without pAyiMi m a ont unltiMt he want to but would like to, Mo that don. It Is the opinion ot many Uwi "'' bill will pans, nllhouHh they twai to -l think thnt It would not be i Gimlet Creek wldder, we hns changed her mind marrying Luke Mathowsla and Is cloanlng the bushes oft of tho grave ot her last husband. Th Ambarg whs en.ll.-home latter part of Init week on uocount of her daughter. Miss IJxzle, being ill with pneumonia. Tho iny after Mrs Aiuberg nrrivod she was tnkon Columbus Allsop rode to Gander with pneumonia nnd is vory III, n Creek Thursday morning nnd watered nurso being called Tuesday from law. his mule. On his way back he stop- Nnshvllle. ped at Bounding Billons and lit his That peculiar nolso you heard FOR SALE AT ONCE Ono million pipe. U tho wnter wagon It is extra flno cypress shingles. C. M Yntcs Shingle Co. Tho Wild Onion school teacher a little slow tills time was presented with a sack of sausage by ono of his pupils whllo ho was BBS mszrsKiirxnsm-n&- i hearing tho grammar class Friday morning Mrs M. d Jefferson Potlocks nays the rains thnt havo fallen slnco he put n tin roof on his houso nre harder than nny he has seen In many years. Atlas Peck has written to the query column of tho Saturday Blado asking what day of tho month July Fourth came on In tho year 1879. The old minor wrote n letter yes terday, but toro It up boforo mailing IL Evory time he does this ho saves two cents. The Tlckvillo Tidings decided not to got out nn issue Inst week on account of not having any Ink. Tobo Moscloy's mulo nnd cow havo become the laughing stock of tho community. Kentucklau. Saturday morning Mrs. Jim Brnd-lewas rim over and killed by a Chicago, Memphis and Gulf railroad Sho train near tho Flnley station. was walking on the track on her wny to a storo to sell n basket of eggs, and attempted to get out of tho way of the coming trnln, when sho fell. Her head was completely sovored from her body and ono limb cut off. Sho wns 42 years jld, and leaves her husband and eight children. y Relief from NwVJ Rheumatism V I VlUM. 1 "Silver Plate V IHI1 - Try Sloan's Liniment tor your rheu malum don't rub just lay it on lightly. It goes straight to the sore spot, quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops the pain. that Wears" Y3lM9A VV C Here's Proof Mrs. Julia Thomas of Jackson, al , writes: " I have used your IJnl-nun- t for rheumatism villi much suc-uss- I -- VHHIIWU 1! t Martiv J. Tunis, icn lr.th Ave., iv s cripple with rheumatism for two years and I c. uld not move at all j had tf Ii rfirris1 (rr.m nUn. i ..I... j . ... ...,, ,a(.0 ,u jiwic. fla..l. wicii icmcuit-- ami not get better, until I tried Sloan's Liniment. One bottle fixed mecould good shape up In and now I always have a bottle in the house for my wife and chlldicn.1' A. E. Kondall nnd Nelllo Walloy, M. F. Edlngton and Laura Casey. O. C. McNutt and Bcatrlco s. of design, this silt er is unsur passed. Its remarkable durability has won it the popular title "Silver riatt well-know- n II. E. Bakor and Ruth Hicks. S. J. Sowoll and Annlo Rinohart. T. H. Crosby and Rebecca Barcus. W. J. Arnold and Hcttlo Foulkes. Ernest KInea nnd Eula Taylor. Ed B. Smith nnd Alma Wyatt. 'C. A. Atkins and Pearl Vivxctt. II. O. Damrons and Maudo Cassldy. thai Wears." 6oM by leading everydealer Fend for catIoRue"0-I.- " where. SLOANS LINIMENT Chest Pains, dctlgnf. bowing all C. II. Hnyncs la a cnndldnto for (tftt.rnll.nIMfirt., MUIDU, MtRierx fMfliuilft PA CONN. shorlff of county, Tenn, DH. M"' all dealers. Ner'Kla. ltva.inr.1 1 Atty. R. L. Smith wns hero from Clinton Monday on business. EARL S. SLOAN Slon,l)ookonllor.ts,Cii'th,logn1ll'Uultry.tDt(rt, AdJrts Price 25c, SOc. and fl.OO. Toothache, Lumbago and - - . Boslon. Mass. -- v vj- -t don't Want to begin It wrong, yot don't know tho right" "I dout believe much In saying H things," the young farmer remarkod; "my policy Is to do thorn. And now, nre you going to stay hero In this lonely placo much longer? It is snowing and It U lute." "I supposo I ought to go," sho said doubtfully, "but It Is so lovely hero In tho sllcnco." "Look here," he said suddenly, "don't you keep your tea things In that llttlo cupboard? I have got to go to town, and when I como back If it's not warm enough at'your house let I'll bring something for a little bup-pc- r, and we can watch the old year 11 1 us sell you a stove that WILL HEAT it. We a. .tl i. out. Then I'll take you homo In the sleigh." have them at all prices cash or credit "How good of you." Sho hold out her hand to him. "You haven't If your, .floors arc cold get a nice rug bothered me with advlco, and you are doing something to make me comand we know we can please you in this line. fortable. That Is Just Ilko you, Jack Norton." He blushed a little, this big kludly If the window glass is broken let us furman, who looked upon tho little House of Quality nish you a new one. All sizes in stock. woman from the city as a being Was there any placo wncro- - sh from We can make homes comfortable. Give another could be really quiet? sphere; she was so Noll wont to dainty, so different us a chance. Prices right. the door and look from tho girls In ed out. Ah far at his own village her eyes could see Nell knew what Wnlter Reynolds, of Union City, SAME OLD GAME. there was wintry sho was doing was hero Monday on business. whiteness and when she told him It Is noticeable, that every time through tho purnot to ask her to W A. Johnston was In Itlplcy on tho interurban subject begins to bo ple shadows ot Incorporated stay; she had business first part of tho week, agitated, the I. C. begins a survey tho coming night known for a long 8hono ot a line from Clinton to Hickman. a few time of the ques ltufus Phlpps Is visiting his parents This is easily understood by any close lights, Ilko stars, tion that trembled Koch light repre observer. The I. C. will keep out com on his lips. She In Martin a few days this week. sented a farmpetition as long as it can, for its ofknew he wanted house, and each Governor McCreary on Friday ap- ficers, very to marry her, as well known, the estabhouse, Ilko the a woman knows pointed Col. W. IJ. Haldoman, editor lishment of an Interurban line from one in which Nell who Is wlso In the of the iouisvllle Times, Adjutant Gen Fulton to Hickman would effect railwas staying, waa You get what you pay for when joti VITAL STATISTICS. ways of men. oral. full of happy, road freight rates, becauso it would Birth, and Deaths Reported to trado with us. Wo don't sell you Sbo thought ot noisy people. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hale left lat- put our business men in touch with ono grade of shingles and delivor an Registrar During Past week. the life she might And Noll was part of last week for a few weeks the river rates, which would be a other. C. it. Yatea Shingle Co. not happy, sho "Are You Going lead It sho married ter Back With Me?" him, a life In tho stay In Hot Springs for Mrs. Hale's big saving to the Fulton merchants wanted quiet. big Doaths. widow of and their customers all over the counMrs. Dettlc ThoinaK, IJko a bunted ani- shiny In summer nod farmhouse, sun- - health. secure In wintry, besides giving our merchants an Chnrtes II. Thomas, forumr common The Snow Began mal sho looked VIokH, ago R2, died Jnn. C, NtaU ter Then sho thought lko Sullivan a well .known her life advantage of low freight rates not wealth's attorney ot this district, died this way and that with her uncle In a dark ofapartment to Fall. Browns-vtof Bright disease. Burled at salesman, wns married Saturday heretofore enjoyed by them. Fulton for some placo in the streets of tho city, In I'adueah on Doc. S3 at the age of She knew evening to Miss Dertle Melton, of Jan. 7. where she might be alone. On tho GO years. Weekly News. way. that. Aix .Mtllor, col., ago CS; died Jnn. crest of a hill, far up the road, stood duty In a would It was a false Idea of Mayfleld. that take her back. Yet .Mum Joxophlno Hamlett was her' the schoolbouse where sho taught. It of htnrl fallurt. Burled on Dodds she had to go, some force that was James WiUon. ot Fulton, and Miss Ptacw Jnn. 7. Judge It. J. Bugg has gono to Call-- . this weak vlstting her sister. .Mrs. W. was closed now nnd "dark. In her seemed impelling her. Ida Launlus, of Dycrsburg, wero unit fornia to spend tho winter and Judgo "1 will go there," Nell sold to herCUUurd WliWtaJd, ago S yours, pnou J. Cook. Mlas Ilnmlnt had has The wind blow In groat blast moot, died Jnn. b'. Buried Jan. 9. chnrge of n millinery store at Deca- self, and Just then a voice behind against the little houso, the snow had ed In marriage Sunday evening at Wm. Heed, of Paducah, may preside called: "Supper Is ready." Dyereburg. t iXMltlt Spring. drifted up to tho window tur, Tttxnti, for the past motion. at the coming term of Fulton Circuit "I don't want any," Noll said white lines of It pointed sills, and Dlrths. Judge Iteed comes nearer across the Miss Maybolle Lyons, who has beer Court. wearily. "I'm going Those Intorusted In the Troy road while, Mrs. McGregor.out for a little window pano like ghostly fingers. visiting Miss To U V. Ilanlay and wife, Dec 0, Mario Ilrevard, left pleasing everybody than any Judgo I'll bo back Dragging footsteps came up tho path. and Hickman Telephone Co are a boy. we havo had in our court. by ten." Nell listened. It was not Jack Nor- Tuesday morning for hor home In Montgomery to meet at To . II. Smith iihiI wife. Doe. 17. The snow began to fall softly bh ton, these were the steps of an old Ky. Bud Mitchell, a negro, age 50, was school house Saturday mornlu g to the 'left tho bouse, and by the tlmo man. From a sirl. tho door a voice quavered: found frozen to death In a houso unN sho reached tho school It was beginTo It. . SoUnd ntid nil, Dee. 2S, transact some important business The "Wnysldo Inn," better known "Are you there, Nell?" der construction on the farm of Geo. ning to drift against tho fences. 1.. Klee. a girl. "Uncle," sho said, fearfully, "how as the New Yards restaurant at Ful- Hucker, two miles east of Fultorr, Thero was no flro within, but Nell H I). Suiwon, iJeo. 8, n aoti. ton waa destroyed by flro last WedHov. U. W. Wilson left Tuesday for lighted ono, and when tho warmth did you como hero?" Monday. night Loss estimated at "I mot a young man down the nesday Martin to attend u meeting or the began to steal Into tho room, sho road," he said. "I wanted Miss Ruth Edwards returned to of this district drew the one big chair close to tho guide me to tho McGregors. him to $7,000, with 14,000 insurance on buildJuba Jaakton, of TtpUmvilln. oamc .Molhodlsl minister He told ing owned by It. M. Chownlng, and Mayfleld Monday after a visit to He announces the usual services for hearth and In tho peaceful loneliness me you were here. up Moaday p o Ids aunt, Mr. M. $400 In&uranco on stock, owned by Mrs. D. BvWHson and Mrs. P. W. Cave herself up to her thoughts. "You didn't answer my letter," the Guy Tucker and Wado Hardy. Atubarg nHd .Miss I.Urfa, who lire III the Methodist ohuroh In this city for Hut she was not to remain In peace McKeel. mm Sunday. with pMHMinnta. long. Thero was a sound of sleigh-bell- s old man went on, when she had made him sit down. without, heavy stops on the Tho general merchandise store of If you want butter shingles, try our "Aro you going back with mo?" Murdaiigh & Kittn at Crutrhfleld was threshold, and she looked up to see Now that sho was face to face with California Itodwood. Iteyinold, Mobs tho burly form of a young former In broken Into Thursday night and n ron tho doorway. his meanness, It seemed to Noll that lumbar Co. atdernblo union tit of shoes xhlrtBand "Well, well." ho said, "I saw the she could never go with him. Mm Will Hubbard ha rturnd othrr merchandise taken. The thieves light and carao In. Who would have "I don't know," she faltered, "Hero's a grateful girl," the old o I'nlott City. hao not been caught. you would bo hero dreamed th-man stormed, and Just then tho alono?" Nell smiled wearily. "I came to be slelghbells JInglod and. In another moment Jack Norton was In the quiet" room, his arms full ot bundles, his "Then you don't want mo." eyes beaming. "Oh. sit down," she said, somewhat "So this Is your uncle," ho said. ungraciously. Hut ho stood by the fireplace and "I thought so when I directed him hero. You'll stay and have supper looked down at her. us, won't you, sir? Wo ore go"What's tho matter?" he asked ab- with to see ing the old year out and the ruptly. new year In." "Nothing," faintly. LaaaaaaaaaHV "Who aro you?' the old man "Don't toll mo that; I know bet- growled. ter." "I?" Jack's eyes flashed from Nell's "If I tell you," she asked, "you cowering figure to the grlmness of mustn't glvo me any advice. I havo tho uncle. Then suddenly ho took had so much advlco I hato It" things In his own hands. Ho sat down beBlde her. "Tell CooyrtKht 1V09. by C. U. Zimmerman Co. No. 32 'I'm tho man your niece is going ahead," be said, "and I'll promise to to marry," ho said. listen like tho Sphinx." "Whstl" the old man shouted. ' "You seo, It la this way," she said; "I'm tho man your nleco is going ? "my uncle In town Is rich. He is a to marry." he said securely. He had miserly old man, seen tho Joy In Nell's faco. and ho made rue "But sho Is going home with me." miserable when I Jack shook his head. "No, sho Is lived with him. golrig home with mo. You can como I'm not going to whenever you wish, sir. Tho old tell you about my house Is big enough for twenty childhood, how a uncles, or if you love thoro liko It better, there wa la It, and surIs a cottago at tho how I was starved edge of tho farm spiritually w hero you could mentally, as well stay If you wishas physically. ed." When I grew old Tho old man enough to underflashed a crafty stand that !ia glance nt him. orders. Promptness means that we have the freshest could give mo ' Would It cost mo thing, and had anything?" ho nsk-eand latest drugs right here in the compounding denot becauso ho wanted to save and "Nothing," said partment and that there is no need for unnecessary Bvti, I left him and Jack. I flLj ( r-o .m horo to waiting. Efficiency signifies that the very highest "Then marry her," ; and now said tho old uncle, k.k ri at wrlrran ir skill is used in filling your prescription. The com"What's the Mat-t- o "and I'll como and o como fcnY.; dock, llvo In tho cottngo ter? He A,ked' bination of- - these two things is of the greatest conseaud I don't want alone." t cx, yet he Is sick and old and Nell's faco was quence in that cure. Ask your doctor. nkma. I told Mrs. McGregor and In her hands, and, N tells mo to stay here. Then all as Jack bent over Solicits Your Patronage. tl family talked about it and every- her, sho whispered, "I'm the Man Sho body advised. They meant well but Is Going to "Oh, I can't let you I Besides a well equipped compounding depait-men- t, ouldn't stand it, I I don't want to do It!" Marry." gn, but I must" "It Is tho only way that you can we have a large stock of all the specialHe started to say something, then, mako my Now Year happy," ho told checked himself. her, and as she looked up Into his face ties usually carried by every fist-cladrug store. 'Td Ilko to break that promise," she knew that what ho said was true. Burns white, ha said. clear and fcteady to the last drop. For "No, you mustn't," sho said firmly. tho sake of even-on-. In tlin Don't be deceived by to much talk ' family, Insist on having "You've all been so good to mo hore. and If you," sho caught her breath, about cheap shingles. Wo will sell "join the others In asking mo to stay, ou the same goods for lesjj money Smokeless Bootless Odor It will make It so hard for m and can furnish you a better shingle less coats no more tnan into go." ferior tnnlr.wiirnn letnrla. If you want It. C. M. Yates Shingle Baves eyesi saws money. Your dealer has it la barrels direct from our worus "Ho doesn't desorvo much at your Co. "The Nyal Slore" hands," tho man stated. C. OIL CO.. LOUISVILLE. KY. OH. e "I know," sho said wearily, "but ntOatrr at Warrta, Ta. Motor OajoUnA Auto Hickman Courier and Commercial- tomorrow 1 begin a new year, and I Aui'.nJ $1.26. aaaml 80 Degrees in the Shade pas Mew JjcTempleMg ..-,- ??. aXJMaB1B111,JBJBJlIJBJBJBJBJjajJjjjB -- r ., . TrnaaTl --- - ' "1 s I ...Notice... tJ I iDc I I h All parties indebted to us are ictjucsicu iu can cinu seme at H. E. CURLIN once. I I I m I I H H ifmjjjl St. Louis Furnishing1 Co. UNDERTAKERS a u Tn. hr Promptness and 1 9 HOW MUCH ARE YOU GOINGTO SAVE Effici iiiiirtQ THIS YEAR 21 lit-tt- yourPrescripti6h next of importance, to the doctor's and H is 3 If you you spend all you make do you'll never get ahead. Did you ever have a bank account? That is the surest way to save. You can start one with us with a dollar and you will be prised how loud that dollar will cry for another to keep it company, so that the two may work for you. The establishment of a bank account is the .first step toward acquiring a habit of thrift. l0 i H The Peoples Bank ss Helm & Ellison J' V3 Solite Lamp Oil J CHAS. STOLL Ulsb-Grad- HsH "No-Car- b" $ j r -- nr, c"i&v SV V)fM' ' r I I I I SI Mi : ' 1 I i ii 1 1 atom caine to the Clerk's desk uu.i took the oath oi otllce, admlu.stere by Chief Clerk Uoorgo H. Peters. The president of the Senato an that ORGANIZED nounced elctloutho next thing in order One Price Quality- House of oV olllcors or the Senwas the ate Senator Phil Beard, of Shelby, Democratic of the Officers Selected and Message chairmannominated Senato Democratic all the caucus, Oi uovernor McCreary Is candidates, aud Senator J. E. Bigger-staff- , of Warren, nominated all tho Read To Both Houses Republican candidates, and tho ballot rosultcd as follows: Ism For Chief CUrk George II. Peters, We will appreciate a part of your TERRELL IS SPEAKER OF HOUSE Democrat, 31; Jott W Hlns, Republican, 5 BUSINESS Clerk Jesse Alverson. Assistant Democrat, 31; Sam Ward, Republican, Many Speeches Are Made and Great during the year of 1912. ThankS. Good Feeling and Harmony ing you for your liberal patronage Enrolllnc Clerk Miss Jennie Mc- Marks Opening Day of the Douald, Democrat, had no opposition in 1911. Remember, everything New Setilon. and reclved all tho votes. sold here guaranteed. Young. Scrgeant-at-ArmGates of. Gov Frankfort. The reading Democrat, 32; Dennis Bertram. RepubMcOreary's message marked the first day's session of the 1912 Legislature. lican, C. Doorkeeper Sam J. Catiett. DemoBoth branches of tho General Assemcrat, 32; B. J. Oliver, 6. bly lost little time In organlxlng Janitor Murray Brown, Democrat, shortly after tho noon hour, and then votes. each named a commltteo to notify the recehed all the Cloakroom Keeper Oeorgo Finn, Legislature was Governor that tho Democrat, received all the votes. ready for business. Pages John Rhea Maxoy, of SimpThe names of James K. Stone and House of Quality One Price Moody, of Monroe, and F. H- McCubbln, tho latter a Repub- son, Jack Demolican from Jefferson county, were Owen Sanders, of Taylor, all crats, were elected over the three Replaced in nomination for chief clerk to 6. of tho House, and Mr. Stono was publicans by a vote of 32 pro tern, 13 of Before the President elected by a vote of seventy-sito the Senate was elected, Lieut Go twenty-four- . Oscar Wicker, of Crittenden county, McDermott delivered his address, and SERIOUSLY INJURIED FOUR GENERATIONS PRESENT. was elected assistant clerk without was warmly applauded at Us conclu Mrs. Joe Noonon Falls on opposition, as was Miss Mary Robards ulon. It is a Utclo unusual that four genles And May Not Live. Clerk Peters Presides. of Mercer county, enrolling clork; a celebration erations participate in Lieut Gov. McDermott then vacated Oscar Vest, Carroll county, Sergeant-at-arms- ; together but bucb was the cast in Mrs Joe Noonon, wife of the vetJoseph F. Richardson, Muh- tho chair and Chief Clerk Peters prethe birthday celebration held at the eran Jailer of Fulton county, slipped preni-deu- t lenberg county, Tr Ship-ma- n sided during the election ofV.a homo of Mr and Mrs. L. P. Ellison. and fell on the Ice at her home In pro tern. Senator W Raton, Wasson, Frankfort, Janitor; Al Tuesday, In honor Mrs. A. M. Ellison's this city, Monday, and sustained In bert Salyers, Franklin county, and of McCrackcn, was nominated by the SOth birthday. The four generation juries from which It is doubtful if she Laurence Cook, Caldwell county, Democrats and Senator Joe F. Bos wero represented by Mrs. A. M. El- will recover. In tho fall Mrs. Noon-on'- s Breathitt county; R. B. Dunn, Boylo worth, of Bull, was nominated by the Republicans Raton received 32 votob lison, possibly the oldest citizen of head struck the Icy floor causing cloakroom keepers; Charles Hatton, his concussion of the brain and bodily In- Breathitt county; It. B. Dunn, Boyle and Bosworth ti, Bon worth voting for, Hickman, her son, L. 1. Ellison, Eaton and Eaton voting for Bosworth daughter Mrs. Lewis Kilpatrick, her juries. Up to tho hour of going to county. Inane Beacham, Logan county, winch is a sanatoria! courtesy. and James Eggleston, Gallatin county, 10 month's old daughter, llttlo Miss press Senator Nowcomb offered a resolushe Is still unconscious, and P' Alice Brooks Kilpatrick. her attending physician. Dr. S. W Lu- Mr. Stone then callod for nomlmv tion providing that until the Senate A boundlful aliiner was served on ten, considers her condition very tloiib tot speaKor. unu the names of shall adopt Its own rules It shall operthis occa&lon, at which were present critical. Claude 11. Terrell and R. C. McClure. ate under Roberts' Rules of Order, provided, boweor, that nothing In the the entire Ellison family including The accident happened while Mrs. the latter a Republican from county, were placed beforo the Roberts Rules of Order shall prevent Mrs. Ellison's children and her grand Noonon was assisting her husband children. It Is hardly necessary to In carrying breakfast to the prison- body. The roll was called and seventy-- a majority of tho Senate from taking representatives voted for Mr. any action It sees fit to take. Tho say that tho family reunion and hos- ers in the county Jail beneath tho six obTerrell, while twenty-fou- r voted for resolution was adopted without pitality of this homo were enjoyed. Noonon residence. The fall occurred, In compliment to Mr. jection. Mr McClure. The Courier Joins the friends and however, on the porch Just as she Senator Ed Hogg's resolution proTerrell, Mr. McClure voted for him, family in wishing that Grandma El started to descend the stairs and Mr. Terrell responded by voting viding for a committee composed of tho President of the Senate, tho reslison may live to celebrate manymoro The many friends of the family for Mr. McClure. birthdays. Representatives Young, Brown Sqho-bert- h ident pro tern, and tho chairman of bopo that the accident will not prove and Thompson were appointed the Democratic caucus, to draft rules fatal. a committee by Mr Stone to escort to govern the Senate was adopted H. C. Helm Is in Paducah today. Mr. Terrell to tho chair Mr. Scho-bert- h without opposition. Sonator Eaton's motion to appoint Boys Suits $1.50 and up. Sullivan was the first to reach htm, and, extending his hand, congratulated him a committee to wait on the House Bros. and the Governor and Inform them warmly. Dr. C. V. Curlln was In Fulton, Elwood Hamilton, of Frankfort, in- that the Senate was organized and Tuesday. troduced a resolution, which was ready for business was adopted, and Cowglll Rogers returned from Memadopted, calling upon tho Speaker to Senators Eaton. L. W. Arnctt and phis today. came a Committee on Rules to con- Ryan wero appointed on the commitBorn on Jan. 6th., to wife of Joe sist of nine members, Including him- tee. Senator Bertram's resolution author Smith, a boy. self, as an member, and that Izlng tho president of the Senate to Mrs. Rufus Phipps visited in Unho also appoint the other standing appoint all the standing committees of committees of the House. ion city Tuesday. Another resolution, providing that the Senate, was adopted without obThe Str. Jno. Leo passed up the tho rules which governed tho pror ed- - jection. river this morning. Senator Joe Bosworth mndo a lngs of the old House, govern tho presspeech presenting tho president of the Great reduction in prices In Overent body until now rules were adopt- Senate with a CALLS FOR coats. Sullivan Bros. miniature gavel, tied ed, also was adopted. a green ribbon. Ho said he hopA few more pair odd pants at half At this point the committee that had with ed the green solors would not be obprice. Sullivan Bros. been appointed to wait upon the Gov- jectionable Sur-ret- t, ernor and inform him that tho Houso Lieutenant-Governo- r to the president Tho Mrs. Surrett, mother of Jack said ho apprecwas ready for business, reported that has pneumonia. the Governor had sent his message. iated the gift and said tho colors were Sheriff Johnson and C. T. Bonduvery On motion, the session was extended gavel acceptable, and that whllo the was small, he hoped It would bo (rant returned this morning from until the Governor's message could be largo enough Texas. to maintain good order read. This consumed an hour, after Mrs. Luclle Bobbins, of New Ma- which tho House session was adjourn- at all times. Senator Louis Arnett'a resolution fdrld, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. At Right Prices ed. Inviting all the ministers or tho white A, A. Paris. The Message. churches In Frankfort to tako turn Sid Hamby has purchased the InTho Governor's message deals with about In opening the Senate each day terest of his partner Jno. Wright MILLET ALEXANDER pa.ll of the various topics discussed with prayer, was adopted. in the pool room. throughout the campaign. His recomA communication from former Secmendations are all in line with the retary of State Bruncr, as to automoMrs. Joe Polhamus returned latter platform pledges of his party. All bile receipts and making several repart of last week from Nashville, points are treated at considerable commendations, was read In full. spending couple of days here. length and the position of the adminisPrivate Secretary to the Governor Ed Stephens, of Metropolis, 111., vistration is made quite clear. Tho mes- Thomas Smith, then announced a mesited his brother, Postmaster J. T. PRESTON ATWOOD DEAD. sage closes with this tribute to the sage from tho Governor. The mesStephens and wife last Sunday. sage waB read in full. Preston Atwood, formerly of Hlck- new state houso: Perclval Davis returrned from "This gives me an opportunity to On motion of Senator Graham 250 man( ago 35 years, died at Hopkins-vill- put on record, In a public way, Leechvilie, Ark., where he has been and in copies of the mcBiago for each SenaTuesday, and the remains will this first message of my in the employ of a telephone comsecond admin tor was ordered printed. arrive here this afternoon for burial. istration, as a part of tho history of pany. Senator Thomas offered a resolution Robert Douglass returned to Mem- Brief services will be held at the Kentucky, that the now Capitol Is a authorizing tho president of tho Senphis Tuesday after a two weeks vis- grave by Rev. II. J. Geiger. Deceas- Stato house worthy of Kontucky and ato to appoint a stenographer and a messenger for his own use, an honor to our people. It was it here to his nieces, Misses Homer ed was a brother of Mrs. W. S. Elli- did achievement, one of is a splen adopted without opposition. nnd It Son-at- e the most son and Miss Louise Atwood, of this Tho and Marie Green. beautiful, Impressive and attractive adjourned till 12 o'clock Wednescity. RIVER; Cairo guage reads 30 of all the structures of Its typo in our day. country, and the people have a right feet and falling. Tho river Is gorgto be proud of their Capitol and of the Whisky Taxes for December. ed with ice from Cairo to Cheater, Legislature Convened. work dono In It, and gratified that the Grant L, Roberts, doputy collector Ills., and navigation is about susThe Kentucky legislature convened wholo history of Its construction and of lnternnl revonue, of this city, colpended on tho Ohio from Cairo north. at Frankfort on Tuesday for what is furnishing is frco from reproach, ami lected during tho month of December Big Ice floes are scheduled to begin expected to be an Important session. is a testimonial of honesty, skill and the sum of $223,834.07 In tnxes on passing Hickman within tho next day The Democrats, whisky taken out of bond, which is a , who adopted a plat- capacity. "1 am thankful that I was honored decrcaso of $2,914 as compared with or two. form at the last election for tho first Chief of Polico Huddleston, of Ful- tlmo in twelve years, are in control of by being the first Governor inaugurat- December of last year. In November, ton, arrived In Hickman yesterday both houses and are pledged to sev ed in this splendid and beautiful 1910, tho collections nt tho Frankfort building. deputy collector's ofllco amounted to with Tom Mllllgan, a negro, who was eral reforms. Atuotg these aro the Senate' Organizes. $276,069.63 on whisky, and for Novemwithdrawal of tho prisons from noli- indicted by the last grand Jury on year, tho amount collcctod tics, revision of the tax system, adopThe Kentucky Senato was called to ber, this cbargo of shooting Into a private resi tion of tho county was $271,467.91. or a docreaso from unit, enactment of order at 12:10 o'clock by Lleut-Gov- . last year of $3,601. Although tho two dence. Mllllgan was caught In Louis- a road Improvement law and tho McDermott and the Rev. Robert L. months show a slight decronso from ville Saturday and is now In Jail adoption of the direct primary. Cowan, of the Southern Presbyterian year, the fact that nearly a half hero awaiting trial which will occur church, opened the session with last million dollars was collected in o S. JJ. Parker returned from Mena, prayer. in circuit court next week. here by Uncle Sam In two 11 ,ma An 11.,! a k .1 OAnatAna Til n giv- Ark., this morning. The dance and entertainment John Mewien Clark is the namo of en on Thursday night of last week was a novel entertainment, and quite a flno young man who arrived at Iho n treat. An Italian troupe furnished homo of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark Mr. F. E. Luttroll, of Hickman, Mrs. W. A. Illnshnw filed a suit Tho Courier music for tho occasion rendering a during the holidays. J. II. Pickett this week. In Ky., has bought a farm and located this Important event last her petition ehe prays for tho restrain at Crosby In this county. Wo ac musical program before the dance began, and a largo number of club week. ing order to keep Pickett from land- knowledge a pleasant call from him nttenance. A WEATHER: Sleet has been pep- ing any of his ferry boats within 400 whllo In tho city Tuesday, Mr. Lutwcro in members largo crowd of Union City young pering down since early this morn-ing-( yads of tho illnshnw landing. Sho troll said that it was posslblo that ho and tho walks and roads aro so also prays $1000 damage for tho use would go into tho morcantilo busifolks, chaperoned by Mrs. Wells, Miss o ness at Crosby. Searcy (Ark.) News. slick that traffic Is practically sus- of tho landing. Ruth Edwards, of Mayfleld, Miss Weather forecasts predict Robblns, of New Madrldf Miss pended. FOR RENT: Two nlco furnished B. G. Hale, Jr., Asst. Cashier of the Eddyville, and snow tonight or tomorrow, followed Maybelle Lyons, of Peoples Bank, and wlfo will leavo rooms at Hubbard place. Mrs. B. or town by cold. Zero weather nrevalla Mrs. Will Hubbard were out I throughout Parham. Hickman soon, so we aro Informed. the north. guests. Punch was nerved. f LEGISLATURE IS I NOTICE All parties indebted to us are I requested to come forward s and settle, and oblige HICKMAN DRUG CO. Incorporated. I I B "The Rexall Store" - x WILL THE I. C. BUILD? Maneuvers Around Hickman May Mean Another Road. .door-keepe- s NOW LEET LUSH Caps Heavy Underwear Rubber Shoes & e, The usual amount of Inquiry Is following In the wnko of the Illinois Central Railroad Company's movements In this section, but no definite Information Is as yet forthcoming. It is true the company had their surveyors hure In December, ami a line was run from Hickman to Clinton, at which point the I. C operate. At tho present time, corps of surveyors are ongageed In compiling an estimate of the coU of construction of tho C. M. & G,.the now railroad which was completed Into Hickman from Dyersburg last May For what purpose? This Is an unknown quantity so far as tho public Is concerned. Various reasons might bo It might bo that the I. C. contemplates the purchaso of tho C. M &. 0 ; or thoy may t ascertaining If the road value Is sufficient to warrant additional financial assistance but wo oannot say that either of these surmlsos cmbraeos the truth. At any rate, the I. U. him u onrd up lu sleeve. They have made a comploto suney of a line from Hickman to Clinton, and should they build this short line, what advantage L C. Hnt representing Ike Hlnn- -r would thoy derive without a southern Mfg. Co was hero this week makm outlet? collections part ayment w " It Is not only apparent, but a fact 3200 nores of of land recently sold thn If tho I. C. had a lino via Hick-maour people Tho laud Is part of to Memphis, they would shorten holdings of the rowpaui their prosent routo somothlng llku 26 In the loner bottom. Hnt carrwd t miles, which Is n big Item In tho big bunch of monoy away with n.ri matter of hauling a large number of dally trains and In the matter of Florence, little daughter of Vt saving tlmo The purchase of the C. Kate Webb-Smitwas slightly t M & O. would bo a logical solution ed Sunday when hor clothing reu. to tho whole thing. If thoy oannot fire from an open grato. Had "t make such a deal, they may build a the mother been present and ac-'parallel line, an far as the law will quickly, tho llttlo tot might have b permit, and tap tholr present lino to burned to death. the left of Dyersburg. In that caso !.ock Donaldson and wife ami Mi the Hlckman-CIIntolink would and wo would find ourselves Griggs ami children, of Tipton ill on one of tho big system's trunk wero hero Wednesday onrout Florida to spond tho winter. lines. On the other hand, tho wholo thing It F B l gannnd wifo, of llerniti may be n bluff to aenre off tho con do, Miss ni rived In Hickman, w templated intorurban line or forestall ' to' visit Cue Threlkeld a continuation of tho CM & O to terday wife and other relatives. the northeast It la an old game to spend a fow hundred dollars suney I J O West sold two horses Ing for the purpose of freezing out to II F U'Duke, of Tlptor self-defnet-wor- tho small fry" nnd getting tb. n abandon their contemplated proJ Vhatecr courso tho I C u. n persue, howocr, wo aro In Hue for u northeastern railroad connection r some kind during tho present as thor are three chanc to wii, gainst ono to lose, lu the 1 C. may be compelled to do out-thdrlto stakes In the farms of ! Fulton county. Fulton, Clinton other nearby towns aro sore on hu.i freight rules and will do their promoting any project n., will give them river connection i Illekmnn nnd reduce their frru t rates. The tlmo Is ripe for and wo shall neo more railroad building nt lllckmnu before Ue u .i liter iamwi, In tho meantime, the Kntu. kv Southwest Electric Railway Co merrily ahead with Its plans buildn. k n of Interurban in throughout Western Kentucky thn and we aro Informed that I'rG., pruposo of thn C. M. extend his road from Hickman m Metropolis. hi. The llourU .. from CharlcMon, Mo., to llloknwui ' also a possibility. So we shall see what we skall w yr nn )ar - 11 i n l n The House of Quality Wishes to announce that Mr. J. M. LINN, of State Line, Ky., has accepted a position for the year 1912, as head salesman, and Mr. Linn extends a hearty welcome to all of his many friends and acquaintances to make this store their home when in the city. You will, at this store, receive very courteous attention, and many modern conveniences have been installed for the benefit of their friends. rev-enu- M over-looke- d H. E. CURLIN House of Quality Lu-cil- T - " ' "iK" c k v 1V ' 'K- - rf VTr" fW GET YOUR MONEY If Thti Medleln BACK. , . Doei Net 8tlifo- (owner's Jj-J-'oCircle ' lorlly Bentfit You. Practising pliyIi'Innn making n po- iity if Htoiiinc'li trouble tiro really for Uio 'formula from i.iiMMc A Happy Now Year to ovory read-o- r it lti'.nll nHM'imlu Tablets nre We hat almply profited by i,. of thin dopartinont. Monro of t tjiortH. MrliMHf with llotnll Dyspep- mi liln' iowN llx lu hollt'Vo themFaclno The New Year. iu mi 'v client remedy for the rer i" .110 InillKfHtloii ami chroule Tho clock struck 12 on Dec. 31st, Tlit'lr Ingredients uru fooiIi- - and wo nru ushered Into a Now Year i tia in I liciilliiK to tin ImliiiiKil mem- with how muny plans for Uio fuof the Mounitii. They aro rich Hit) greatest tllrcKtlvn turenew resolves, ninny alas! bat mil' of l,,. dun iii medicine Tbo relief aro made to ho broken. Hut lot us niTurl l iilmoHt Immrdlnte. welcome tho untrodden paths and nee Willi iKTHlHtcm)' nml regu- - grasp Uio now conditions with a firm i fur n short ilmu help to bring haud, grateful for tho blessings tho t ii cemntlon of the pains caused old year has brought to us. illNonlorx. i ri . Right in The Season Just at the time you need them most, we are making special prices on all in-- .nil t I DjMpvpMu Tablet nlil to iu- lu'tillliy nld digestion, Komote nutrition. Ax evidence t ur idncero fallli In Itexull l)y. hi Tablet, wo link j on try i at our risk If they do not o entire Kiitlxfiirtlun, wo will , n ynu the money you pnld tin ' r them, without ipitwlloii or formal- They come In threo hIfc. price im ini. BO rent, nnd $1.00. Ite-. you rnu olitalu them only i ..i our Moru - Tho ltaxnll Store. The Hickman DrJjr Co. , iN-r-- nctltc, RlHESON CONFESSES. wido spread Intoreat has of Hov. Clarence Illchason, . cular preacher at Boston. I,aU i day ho confessed that ho mur I Wis I.lnnell and her unborn ills wind break! us uudur tho n of tho nightmare that has fill-u- s wuklng hours, ItlehoHou con- - d to his attorneys, handing them untu-statemcent admitting his Wiat i Asoof i .. - - ' . Tho dnys, weeks and yonra slip like water In a running stream. Timo's great clock never Ioes a mo ments pass, nnd our cagor hands are MKilbo for tho Courier. not nblo to,dotaln them. We cannot keep Imck tho flying years, but wo can nnd should, keep tho blessings COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. they bring. Hold fast to tho lessons lulum Circuit Court. they hnvo taught. Keep Uio memory Lowe ljuigiord, l'luuitlff( against of their Joys. Knrlch every dny of J ii Ivingiord el al, Defendants. llfo with Uio garnered wealth of tho .Souct la hereby given to tbo Cred-e- i days behind. of U. U. Lnnglord, deceaned, ijat the uiiderslgiicd, CouimUloii,r Don't give away your good resolui tho Fulton Circuit Court, under un tions; keep them. Don't mnko ho uider In tho above styled cause, will same mlstako In 1912 that you made a lend at my office In Fulton, Ky.. In 1911. Tho more you laugh In 1912 m tho date hortof until the 16th the less occasion you will hnvo or lay of January, 1912, to receive and sighing In after years. Just consider - ar proof of claims against 3ald that 1912 will bo tho last of your llfo 1 cedent; and that all claims not pre nnd get all Uiohnpplnoss posslbloout - med to him and proven as requir- of It. IXm't lose your temper' In ed by law, wlhlu tho tlmo specified 1912. You will need It when agents a will bo forever barred. and other fakirs cnll on you. "Tho J. IU MIL.NEK, M. 1 pood die young." don't let that , 'i says: "Deeply ihjii- for my idn and earnestly do-"- as far as tuy power lies to hereby confess atoiuimoiit. 1 I am guilty of Uio offense for 1 I inn indicted Heinous as Is rune, Cod has not fully almn-nitt. and my conscience will sduut of my still furthor wrong' ty a public Uliil, whose pure 1 .i. life 1 lioro destroyed. onn wish to live because within .. prison wall I might in some an measure redeem my sinful i and help souiu other despairing and at least find favor with my uc confession i d years como nnd vanish! When the Christina bells hnvo censed their ringing wo stand facing tho New Yoar which comes with noiseless pace out of the future and wo wonder what It will brltig uh. Wo aro cortaln of nothing, that In our hands is vested tho powor to make the yoar ono of character growth If the old year has brought to us with tbo Now Year tho tldo may turn. Failure Is sometimes the stepping stono to coming success. Tho past is gone but Uie present is left us hi which to work. We must conquer difficulties nnd not let them conquer ua. Then whnt was considered a possibility may becomo n reality. It takes what seems much like drudgery to do anything well. lxt us during the now-boryear take nil tho good that lies within our reach. Tho beauty nnd tho glory of tho world are close at hand but some see nothing but clay. Lot u hold fast to duty. This will bo of valuo In the storm or In tbo sunshine. Tho most successful life Is the ono that has done tho most for his fellow man. Happy then Is the man who has that In his nature that acts on others us tho April sun on violets. How tho fall-uren Mens Winter Pants Mens Heavyj Shoes Mens Flannel Shirts Mens Winter Caps Mens Woolen Underwear Lots of service to be gotten out 'of these before warm' weather. If you need anything in this line we can save you kmoney. Don't buy until you've seen us. R. L. BRADLEY prove truo In hr Happy New Yenrl What a blessed phraso! Speak It from the heart. nnd then strlvo to inako ovory one's Now Year a happy yenr nnd your will be happy Indeed. regard to your good win find Golden New Year's resolutions. Crumbs of Comfort. Year by year, for twenty centu ries Uie story of tho night at Iloth-lehehas been told nnd retold. To day no household In Chrlstendem, in town or village or on distant pralrio can plead the ignoranco In which Itelhtehom then lay. If Uio door is. todny, It is shut ou Uio Christ-chilfrom lnck of knoxvlege, but from not churchllnoss or Indifference. All the old troublous quostlona of the origin and destination of Uio Gali leo carpenter havo passed All the inodlneval worrlment In discriminating between human nnd di vine has gone, all Uio puzzled Inquiry No longer Is Into Uio miraculous. mankind stirred over tho Theories of Him fade nway.idog mas of His nature lose their charm His Ills gentleness has conquered. Influence continues and wldons. Slowbrightening, tho gleam thnt touch lv es him spreads through the world Ills snlrlt moves on the faco of civil ization and makes It kindlier ovory generation. Tho Now Year of 1912 d more living close to Uio Ruse than any year In tho history of tho world. This makes family life sweeter nnd cases tho bitterness of failure nnd Ignorance and all life's lncotnpletoness. That wonder-personality was never so potent as today so insistent and tenderly Buro. Under a thousand forms, creeds and names, men servo him. working MORE LAWLESSNESS. New Year greetings are greetings of good will. How they soften hard hearts, purify baso desires, sweeten bitter thoughts, and make every deed purer and holler ; ovory wish kinder and tenderer, IOt hearts expand, sympathies enlarge, and good will reign. benedlcUons drop from lips, and substantial gifts fall from overflowing hands. Make cheer-Ics- b homes radiant nnd hopeless hearts to thrill with unspeakable gladBury ness. Forgive your enemies. the past. Hlso above tho mean and potty resentments which you may hnyo harbored against those who Bo genhave not used you well. erous. et SNOWED UNDER SUNDAY. Look Here, Men All mombora of tho U. S. class, MeUioilst S. S., please bo on hand Sunday morning at 9:45. Important. It. W. Eakor, Don't miss boys. I'res, A few days ago a tragedy occurred at Hickman, Ky., tbo like of which may happen in many parts of tho South. Somo white men and a negro, under the influence of liquor, negro farmer nnd met a made trouble for him. Then they attempted to shoot him and Uio result was that setae of tho assaulting party were killed. From the best tho negro was defending his home and his life. Now somo of Uio white people who will not work themselves and do not want anybody elso to work have sent notices to land owners that they must not rent to negroes In 1912 They havo also notified negroes by circular that if they rent land they may wake up somo morning dead. Tho white peoplo aro determined to protect the industrious negroes; first because It is right and secondly, because thoy need the negro labor. Any negro who behaves himself in any part of this country, who Is Industrious and respectful to white peoplo should bo protected In all of his legal rights by his white fellow citizens. If white men who refuse to work themselves could succeed in running tho negroes out, their next inovo would be to run Uio better class of whlto peoplo out if they could command sufficient forces. Commercial Appeal, Dec. 30, 1911. well-to-do infor-maUo- Best Kentucky Lump e COAL JL UTiJL V JJ3FtE33 Dealer In Alo HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH PHONES BACK AT THE BAR. Judge It. S. Murrell appeared in Judge Naylor's court Monday in Uio roll of pracUcIng attorney for tho first tlmo in many years. Ho .was council for J. W. Ward vs. R. M. Miles, tho latter being represented by Judge F. S. Moore. Judge Murrell was for many years ono of the leading attorneys of Fulton county, and he sUll possesses some of tho "old metal" of his former career. Heartburn, indlgesUon or distress of the stomach Is InstnnUy relieved by HERBINE. IT forces tho badly digested food out of Uio body and restores tone in Uie stomach and bowelB Prlco 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. ! i Being overstocked with Mens and Boys Overcoats, I am going to close out every coat in the house at cost. The biggest overcoat values ever shown in Hickman are now being offered by me, so if you fail to take advantage of this opportunity to save dollars it's your own fault. The coats are all the latest 1911 models with presto collars, newest colors and at prices sure to appeal nuff ced. Everything new in the way of rubber boots, overshoes, rubber coats, etc. Special reductions on all Winter goods. Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. E. E. Small, who was stabbed In $1.00 Per Plate I'ral- - was paid nt a banquet to Henry Clay, .Mighty He, on Christmas day, succumbed to In New Orleans In 1842. his injuries Wednesday Jnnunry 3. costly for those with stomach trou-bi- o or Indigestion. Today peoplo Coroner Howlo held an inquest, the everywhere use Dr. King's Now Llfo In a letter from Branch-lan- d, Jury charged that Small recolved his Bills for thobo troubles as well as V. Va., Mrs. Elizadentil wound from Will Brooks and liver, kidney nnd bowel disorders. beth Chapman says: "I Easy, safe, suro. Only 25 cts nt Hole i hat tho assault was folonlous. suffered from womanly & Elllsou. troubles nearly five years. I Tho know lug ones assert that there All the doctors in the counwill be somo very boueflclnl legislaBecoming enraged because John ty did me no good. I took tion enacted nt Frankfort this win- Clay had given his wife a pair of Cardui, and now I am enter Hero's hoping thnt tho "know- shoos at her request, Frank Turnor, tirely well. I feel like a ing ones" aro correct In their sur- moro or less of n town character, new woman. Cardui saved mise. If Mie rest of the bunch nre and an Saturday, went to my life! All who suffer as Uk'ily as Bill Frost, tho Senate Is tho homo of Clay, at Wlckllffe, callfrom womanly O. K. ed him to tho front gato and asked should give Cardui a trial." him if it was truo that he had done Wo havo been forced to ralso the price of all cotfeo and our famous tho act of charity. Clay roplled ho EC1 Granger will now soil at 30c instead had, whereupon Turner opened firo with a 41 special revolver at short of 25c. It is tho equal of any 43c cofrange. Clay 'fell dead with six bul. Take fee sold in Hickman. Bettorsworth & let holes through his body. Prathor. A dry, Jno. W. Smith and wife have tho lungs, hacking cough Is hard on Tonic often causing them to blee move back from Rocky, Okla., tho BALLARD' HOREHOUND SYRUP 50 years of proof have 'land of promise to tho land of l ent- ts a healing balm that quickly repairs convinced those who tested ity. Its hard to leavo old Fulton damages In tho lungs and air pas sages. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per it, that Cardui quickly recounty. bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. lieves aches and pains due Mrs. J. T. Seat, who recently had Tho low price of cotton nn he to womanly weakness, and nn operation performed at Pnducnh fact thnt 20 per cent of tho crop of helps nature to build up hospital is reported making rapid Fulton county is sUilln tho field is j progress towards recovery. weak women to health and .really anything but a pleasant stnto strength. Thousands of of affaire. Miss Vera Stone, of Milan Tenn., women have found Cardui is tho guest of hor brotliers, L. A. nnd The Stafo Farmers' Institute will (o be a real life saver. bo held in Frankfort on Feb. 27f 28 A. A. Stono and families. Why not test it for your 29. and Tho Christmas crop of purplo neckcase? Take Cardui todayl John. Mathla and Nevada Ross, of ties and embroidered suspenders was certainly a bumper ono. RIdgley, wero married Dec. 31. a row with Will Brooks at East Life Saver trouble , CARDUI The Woman's iA y. a f 4ft, f iu lllll rrT mr ULOI ? Till nvr VJL.I MIL orcT 4 assRSi-aiSK- g 5 The Courier's Weekly Sermon 8? THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING AST9R RUSSELL AT ! 7 ft : Engraved Catling Cards, Wedding , Invitations, frc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. become n Man. that "lie by the grace ot (!od should tatte death for ever man": "Christ died for our sin, according to the S rlptures. and roue again for our Jiistltleiitlon " Puriitug thlM lllbie study he soon found that the hope of humanity centers In the ren rrrtf'wi of the dead! "As by a iuii n eiiuie death, by a Man also comes the resurrection of the dead: for as nil In Adam die, even so nil In Christ shall be made alive every roan In his owu order" or rauk. il Corinthians xv. 21. "Jii Two Very Different Salvations. The I'astor was glad us be thought of the hundnsls of millions of patient Cbluese who will tune a share lu the great redemption secured by the death of Jesus. oil not iul so. but their ancestors, thousands of millions, will alo have u share, for "Jesus Christ by the trace of (Sod tasted death for e.ery man:" "lie Is a propitiation snt ixfuctlou) for our sins (the Church's kins, and not for ours only but also Here for the sins of the whole world. are the two dllTerent salvations secured through the death of Jesus Only one of these lias yet been made effective "owr' -- not the world's. Ours Is to be the Plrst HesurrecUon. the worlds Is to Ik- - ii subsequent one The elect Church, of which Jesus Is ,ue nvaA ,,r"' M "n'nt'r followers the members, will reign for a thousand years, overthrowing sin and death breaking the shackles of Ignorance and superstition uplifting humanity out of sin nnd degradation to full human perfection. The earth Is to be man's Paradise, which will reach perfection by the close of Messiah's reign. All who then reject this light will be de ivel In tlM Second Death -- The Everything You Want ::!!NESE PARIS Hell Grocer Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. No Burning For Heathen and Mentioned tn the Bible. If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated (I -- lwwwvvv A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law 1 Practical Fashions GIRL'S SAILOR DRESS. and N'otary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. HloliTnaxi, 33Cy. Office over Rice's Shoe Store nVrArV The Purpose of an t J Advertisement! is to serve your needs. 111 ndf Vim3 people you want to reach. An advertise- u ment in this paper K is a reference guide to those whose wants are worth supplying. 3- goods talk to the It will help sell your No dress can V Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: ever replaco the sailor style and the model Illustrated has tho advantage of an underwalst to which the kilt skirt Is attached. The blouse Is slipped over this and tho neck la handsomely trimmed by a large collar. Serge, cheviot, panama, hop sacking and the like are appropriate materials for cool weather wear and all wash fabrics for other seasons. The pattern (6541) is cut in sizes S to 12 years. Medium size requires 3 yards of 36 Inch material, with yard of 27 inch contrasting fabric to trim. Co procure Ud pattern send 10 cents to "Pattern Department."' of tht paper. Write name and address plainly, and b sure to elve else and numW of pattern. NO Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. 5541. SIZE. ) NAME I W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- " 8TRBET AND NO BTATB. Office In LaClode Building on corner. Hickman. Ky. OR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD North Dakota Wolf Killer. In crossing the Big Pembina on his way to Walballa tho other day Dentist Hans BraUte of Osnabrock bad a Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. chance to put In a few stunts In the way of hunting. A big Umber wolf Hickman, Ky. crossed the road Just ahead of his team and In trying to Jump tho fence next tho road got caught and tangled HICKMAN FURNITURE O. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Ir up in the barbed wire. Bratlle had no gun, so It was a case of go for tho beast with nature's Phone 20 day or night. weapons, which be did, and in trying Hickman, Ky. the toe bold managed to get a to good grip on tho wolf's tall The woK then mode a few hurried circles WOODLAWN DAIRY around Mr Beatlle'a head and landed A. H. Leet, Proprietor. bead first kerplunk In the sleigh box. dead as a door nail, and Hans conThe only dairy in tinued on his way to Walhalla after Fulton County. filling and lighting his corncob. Osna- brock Correspondence Bismarck Trib W. F. MONTGOMERY une. Undertaker Polishing Powder for Glass. Hearse and drivers furnished on A polishing powder for glass can short notice. be made by rubbing down calcined magnesia with pure benzine until a mass is formed sufficiently soft as to allow drops to be pressed out of It. The mixture should bo kept In closely stoppered glass bottles to retain the' very volatile benzine. A lltUe should bo placed on a pad of wadding or cotton nnd the glass rubbed with it gt e Rightly Understood the Bible's It One of Great Joy For All People Telle That He Himself Was Once on Life's Sea Without Chart or Comcast. Shanghai. China. Jan. 7th. The Committee of For-elg-u Missions In- -' vestlgutlou seemed pleased with lta reception bore. Special honor were accorded General Hall and Pastor Uussell, the former because of hi offi((iWSTOfc HUSSEflj cial position as itccond in command of the L'nlted States Army, the latter ait the Chairman of the Committee We report Pastor Russell's discourse Pastor Itns-sel- l greatly enjoyed bb vMt to the Chinese Paris. It was an experience lie hud longed for from pIiIIiIIhwmI IviirK In I If., hn li.ri In. t quired respistliiK the fate of the ' heathen ami had received the answer that without faith it Is Impossible to please God," and that "there U none other Nome given under heaven whereby we must be saved" than the name of Jesus, and through faith in Ills itlood lie then Inquired the fate of the utiMined uud got tho nnswefof all 'ortliiHlm irecds," that such would bo consigned for all eternity to a place where they would suffer Indescribable tortures. BLOCKADED Supposing that the Bible was the Every Household In Hickman foundation of these creeds he abanShould Know How to Resist It. doned the Bible, and for nearly two ye.irs was on the sea of life with out i hart or compass, seeking nfter a Tho back may acho becauso tho kidtrue God not less noble and loving nud Just than the ery best of Ills human neys ore blockaded. creatures. Help tho kidneys with tholr work. Keeling sure that a wise. Just, lovThe back wll acho no more. ing God. having made man with menLots of proof that Doan's Klldney tal etinelty to appreciate Himself, would make a revelation of His char- Pills do this. acter and Ills purMises. be sought for It's tho best proof, for it comes a lsMk containing such n revelation of from Hickman, the Divine will as tils heart and bead C. A. Watson, Hickman, Ky., says: Having abandoned the could accept Bible, he sought the teachings of other "For somo )cars 1 was a vlcUm of books of the world, only to find kiuucy complaint. There wore pains them still more dlsap(olutlng. In the small of my back, which wero Hungry of soul, ho returned to the always inoro socro when 1 stooped Blhlp. thinking possibly he bad studied Or lifted. My back ached at night It before through the distorted specand "hon 1 arose in tho morning, 1 tacles of human creeds Ills fresh win very lame. 1 becxuuu easily tlied No-brought n blessing! and occasionally suffered from tier here had he found so glorious n of the true. Divine characoua spells. Headaches bothered Jic. ter as In Jesus and Ills teachings! 1 was subject to dizzy spells during Truly, he sold. "Xeter man spako like which thuro was a blurring of my this man'" Finally he saw the great dluleultj uhlrh had blinded himself sight. When 1 caught cold, it setand other to the Divine lovo and tled on my kldnojs and at sucn Umes, tho passages of the sucruUous gracious plan of the Bible became too frequent. This was par The Resurrection of the Dead. This dlseotcry was that the penalty Ucularly annoying during tho night for sin Is unt erertottng torture after and I was often forced to arise sevdeath nnd that the Bible does not so eral times. Learning of Doan's Kidteiuh It declares. "The wages of sin ney Pills, 1 procured a box at Helm is (truth. "The soul that slnneth. it shall die" iltumaus vi. 23; Bzeklet & Ellison's Drug Store and two di xvill 'JO i He perceived that for six after using them, I received great rethousand years the world lias been suf- lief. After 1 had taken thu confering tlie verj penalty which Ood tents of this box 1 was cured. I nevto Adam. "Thou shall surely er lose an opportunity in recommenddie' "In the sweat of thy face shalt ing Doan's Kidney Pills to other sufthou eat hre.id. until thou return to the ferers and shall always keep them ground from whence thou wnst taken." He sought the Bible remedy for all in tho house." this and found that no remedy could For salo by all ealqrs. Price CO lie applied only a the Divine sentence cents. Foster-MUbur- n Co., Buffalo, should lie settled for Adam by a sub- New York, solo agents for the Unitstitute that then otily could the curse be removed. In full harmony with all ed States. this came the SerlpturnI presentaUon Remember tho namo Doan's and that i;ie Oulv Begotten Sou of God tako no other. had le't His spiritual plane of glory Mm-sag- Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. BEI MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: HICKMAN MARBLE KuccMMir WORKS lUmniiuf, drcra.tdl 9 :hTAIIUHIIi:i !& TOM DILLON, Sr Prop. to II. O. Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING. STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY niUKOTOIUS It. M. IHI.KK II. T. DAVIH Dr.. M. ItUllltAlin . J. J. O. HON lit; IU.ST CiKO.ll.THHKI.KKM T.A. t.K ItrOH II IIK.NHY HANOKK sm-re- We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nntl offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound .banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. O. IIONllUHANT. w PrnLlrnt 11. V 11AMACIK. Ant Outlier J. A. TIIOM I'HOX, ( Mbirr PUBLIC SALE 180 Acres Land to be Sold to Highest Bidder. Xj33-A."7T- 3 I will sell to the highest and best bidder at agreed tale, between the -- AThours of 10 a. m. and 12 m, on Monday, January, 29, 1912, at the Coutt House in Hickman, the folt lowing land, belonging to Sam SalBasket leaves every mon: . The northeast quarter of Section Tuesday afternoon 32, containing 180 acres more or Best Work Lowest Prices less, bounded on the south by Met Lunsford, east by Tom Roberts, north by Johnnie Lane, west by Sam Salmon, being the land bought from Nice 5 room house, modern plumo Mrs. H. E. Wajren. ing, 2 halls, for sale at cost. Ci Terms : one half cash, balance on M. Shaw, Peoples Bank. six months time at 6 per cent, bankable note. LAUNDRY i R. L. Bradley V,44.'4.' 1 Goalder Johnson. Squinting. heard rocently of a mother who smacked her small boy because he squinted. 8ho remarked that If that would not cure the child she did not know what would. She evidently had no Idea that squinting Is a nervous affection (un less It comes from a deformity of the eye, which generally can be cured by operation), nnd that soraotltncs It Is a symptom of serious brain disorder Most of tho "ugly tricks" that children develop In childhood nro simply the reshlt of "nerves" and to attempt to euro them by nagging, scoldlnir nr smacking Is about tho worst possible way to set nbout IL It is very Important that thoy should be remedied, however, because sometimes theso tricks have lasUng Impressions that endure even Into odult life, and spoil tho nppcaranco or mo manners or pcrhnps both and also may considerably Injuro the health. Exchange I LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Good Shows. More Good Ones to Follow. X Rough Lumber for Sale... JMJM, & Jan. Jan. 13. 13-1- 7. "Tholma." "Yankee Doodlo Stock tS3ts3sBsSfe mZSEf Hero In A Lighthouse. For years J. S. Donahue, So, Ha- ven, Mich., a civil war captain as a Mill located' on Dresden Road ngnuiouso Keeper, averted awful wrecks, but 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. might have a oueer fact is. ho been a wreck, himself, if If you are in need of anything Electric Bitters had not provented. "They cured mo of kidney troublo Feed and Sals Stable. in this line, see and chills," ho writes "After I had Livery, taken other so cnlled cures for years, without being benefited and 'Dr. J. M. HUBBARD Best in the city. they alho Improved my sight. Now, at seventy, I am feeling flno." For Special attention to travdyspepsia, Indigestion, all stomach, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. liver and kidney troubles, they're eling Public. without equal. Only Try All persons holding claims against GOc at Helm & Ellison. them. Good, honest and careful the estato of Frank Thompson, dedrivers. ceased ore hereby notified to tile Our big mill Is making 30,000 shin same with tho undersigned on or ToloiDlioxxo'TCTo. 3X3. gles a day. We have a million extra Feb. 1, 1912, or same may be You forever barred. S. L. Dodds, Admin fino ones on band. you will not bo Get right on the shingle quesUon disappointed when come to our lstrator. ubo our famous California Redwood mill for shingles. Wo have plenty tho best yet. Reynold, of all grades. C. M. Yates Shingle fchlngles Moss Lumber Co. ( Co. Jtfftvlnf Picture)) Saturday night A Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Co." Feb. 6. "Weary WlUlo Walkor." Feb. 20. "Human Hears." March 19. "Tho Girl & tho Tramp" March 20. "The Thief." -- Ja3s8lis'ifW r LADY WANTED. J. O. WEST bo-fo- To introduco our complcto Spring lino of beautiful wool suitings wash fabrica, fancy walstlngs, silks, etc., bdkfs, laces and petticoats. All up to date N. Y. City Patterns. Finest lino on tho market. Dealing direct with tho mills jou will find our prices low. Profits $10.00 to $30.00 weekly. Samples and full instructions packed in a neat samplo case shipped express prepaid. No money Plourlsy pains oro located Just below required. Excluslvo territory. Wrlto Duuu rus. luumnnen nttnnta . ,. . for particulars. Bo first to apply. samo region hut tnu'nr.ii .i. w liiii luii-iStandard Dress Goods Co., Desk COS, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Is tho . v.....My ,I4 uiinnr casn. ir mi.i,.i i Binghnmton, N. Y. thoroughly It eases pain, relaxes Uio muscles and tho patient can rnovo freely 8HINGLE8 Reynolds. 2Gc, BOo and and comfortably. Price REDWOOD ?1.00 per bottle. Sold Moss Lumber Co. by Hickman Drug Co. Jhimlra0,ction Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. F'fe Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing .and promptness Is your beat protection. We represent only such companies. Both phones 07. Over H. B. &. T. Co. .u . r H. C. HELM, Agent.