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The Hickman courier: January 18, 1912 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1912 hic1912011801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: January 18, 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. T- - Jv i pr""""""""" I $1 per Year Advance In I i OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your tlmo li out. we rtont be llevp la forcing a on anyone, f you do not want to in lit a copy, koeptbo Kurwerlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration la (riven here IS days ahead with A Blue Mark rj No eiecpllons to Duly t i ii I i I (i ii ruin. surely Ic -It clienp enough, iMity jrnrn two, paper col M yvnr No mnn l I poor to tpoiiil i niiinunt for h .per tlmt Klve tin) county nni week ' THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN. KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 3H i' p i Local News 1912 ffi Number 28 MARRIED M tfi' rfH ON THE TRAIN. Warm Covering For These Cold Nights We bought our blankets and comforts direct from the manufacturers and are enable to offer values that you can find at no other store. The Bivens Quadruplets -- . "TO.. -- . Mil. I TIlltHi: OIIILS ANI - ON'K HO JU 4. III ll&A&WtiA.'X&i'afo v?A3l.iHiLMC&Wryijm rmw t'K-2W?' .iMmmmmmmMmMMi " Jw& m?, uumfmKBKntmKtmii mm rflrn ifWiff irirr ill IIUI',1 llll II f . , WmWHmtmmMHmSSB Otis Plpor, of Clinton, adopted a novel method Wednesday afternoon of getting married. Tho marriage of Mr. Piper and a Miss Wilson, a society bud from Arlington, took place on tho I. C. traaln known as "Whisky Dick',' while tho train whs going at full speed. By previous arrangements tho brJde-to-bboarded the train at her native town and Joineder Intended husband, who had taken tlmo bv thn fnrelnrlr hnvlnir the Rev. Williams, of Clinton, a- board ready to serve tho ceremony tho minute tho train passed Into Hickman county. o r a, CARD OF THANKS. BLANKETS Cotton and wool, large, small and medium 50c to 7.50 COMFORTS Small and large size cotton filled comfortables $ 1 Tho employes of tho Hickman Wagon Co., take this means of ex pressing their sincere appreciation of the generous and unsolicited gift tendered each of them a few days ago by Mr. S. L. Dodds, proprietor of the wagon factory. Ho is ono of tho mobt generous, public spirited fellow on earth and wo trust that he may bo blessed in tho samo measure that ho has contributed to tho happiness of others. Employes of tho Hickman Wagon Company. :ni n ?,; to $4 You'll find our stocks of Winter goods still complete in every line. Western Kentucky's only set of quadruplets, born in West Hickman, Jan.;2,;l9l2. Two of the children, a boy and a girl, BOUGT BARGE LINE. have died sincejthe above picture was made. J. T. Bivens andj wife have'rcccivcd almost international newspaper notoriety in Tho organization committeo of the consequence of h. birth of ,hMc children Le. it be stood, too, thatthis section produces other things in proportion Gulf Steel Barge Lino Company, last m itf j .S2"VS3T? THE EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE. Like and Is Eaten Like Candy. In our experience in the handling of drugs and medicines vre beilovo we have never had exjierlence with nny Itemed) thnt gnvo surh great satisfaction to our umtnuiors as do Rexall Orderlies This Remedy Is not like .in) oilier IsAiitlvt or nit hurtle. It cou tulnn nil the v'h1 features of other laxative. lHt none of their fault. Our nnu frith In ltexall Orderlies is so strong tlmt we offor them to you with our own positive personnl guarantee, th'it If the) do uot thoronrlily satlsf) you, you only need tell ua and wo will hunt! bark to you every peuny you iwid us fur them. Therefore, in trying them uhiii our recommendation you take no rlk whatever. Roxnll Ordonles tnsto like and arc eaten like candy They do not gripe, muse nausea, excessive looseness, or any other aiinoyimre. They net so easily that they may be taken at any time, dny or night. They are particularly good for children, aged, or delicate persons. Thvv uro put up In convenient tablets In three siies of packages. Prices. 10c.. and GOc. Remember, Rexall Remedies can bo obtained In this community only at our store The Rexall Store, Tho Hickman Drug Co. J.-(- Tastti SMITH & AMBERG KENTUCKY'S K- - NEW SENATOR. Olllo James Is from Crittenden governor " Tho primary was ordered Olllo ntuiky 1ms sunt Olllo Ollu bounding Into Henry Clay' scat His in tbo I niUxl Hiatus Senate. iun this week by tbo IcgUlturo furmallty. It had been rati- w.ih a ' .i advance by a quarter of a mil- K1 Morrow, a nephow mi votis. f S. nator Ilrodlojr received 29. naior Bradley, received 2! Representative Tlio election of Jj'U' Is thu climax of the rustoraUou ii K ntucky to Democratic rule. It ni) be said of him that ho con til- I i J more to tho Democratic victory K. muck) last fall than nnotheT II uaij Proud of his spotless record of i )nrs In thu lower house, proud party of i, s faithfulness to his "io sh sunshlno and shadow, thous-a- i ds of Kentucklans looked beyond i1 November ballot and voto the l ii ratic tlckot hard so that they a ' again say: "Wo have one of us Washington." Oi c is essentially a Kcntucklau, lit . a Democrat It s significant, too, that he Is from the First district, tho Gllbraltar of h. Mucky Democracy. For forty years Wist Kentucky tho thirteen coun-- l s which mako'up tho First district, l s said Uio Democratic part' In K ntucky when it was saved, and htn lU'publlcanism has occasionally "Upplanusl tho party of tho fathors It "n benn because tho First district D n.ocrats did not respond to the lUfcl. call D splto this record of a half cen-'u- i the old gllbraltar had never ropr si nt'Ml Kentucky In tho United State Serutp She has novor given Kentucky a goomor. Away back In the 70s Hickman county sent a repro-ntatlvo to Frankfort by tho narao f William Lindsay. IJndsny soon aftfrward became a judgo of tho furl of appeals and moved to Frnnk-for- t Along In tho early '90s old Senior Beck died, nnd John O. Carllslo 'ok Jils place. Orovor Cleveland cnlW Carllslo to his cabinet, and In 1893 William Lindsay wont to tho I'nlted States Senate Ho died in Frankfort. Ono other representative Kentucky in the sonnto, but ho was a Republican tho old Crittenden county doctor William J. Boboo. Ho was representative in tho legislature of 1895, and after a long deadlock was sont to the senate. Ho was tho samo old country doctor who, after his first winter In Washington, camo back to a malting consttuonlcy with tho assurance that ho "wont to Washington, a kU duty and doa it," ' i v count'; he was born nnd reared and Pnynter withdrew leaving Juntos, big thore. This little county has giv- mastor of tho sltuaimn en tho only two senators West Ken- tucky litis over had. Olllo Is a man of tho people Not tlncu he days of the old Linn Boyd, who was speaker of tho house of reprusontathos, has tho First district boon so attached to a congressman. They revere the memory of Col. Edward Crohsland. who was ns valiant a soldier as Forrust over had; thy loo tho days of Oscar Turner, anil even Cnpt William J. Stono Is not forgotten of thorn. But Olllo wns born among thorn; ho wns raised thorn; ho Is ono of thorn. He novor had opposition but onco. This was in 1903, his first nomination, when ho defeated Samuel H. CniKsland of Mnyflold, a noted law-jo- r nnd a son of tho former congressman. Beforo that tlmo Olllo had been speaking around over tho dls- - Then Olllo uiiIoom tied his batteries Ho stumped oory county In Kentucky, von invading tho Bloody "Lovonth, tho boavioHt Republican district in the United Statecs. Ho promised them Uint they woro gottlng a clean deal enough. McCrcary was elected by tho groatest majority glvon a Democratic candldanto for governor since lfcS7, whon Simon Bucknor wns swept Into office by a majority of 10,000. Tho election of Olllo James is a fltUng reward of fal hful party ser Ico and an appealing personal cbnrn-actoThrough party vlclssltudo nnd strife Uiat tried men's souls ho know no turning nnd in tho course of eonts proferment lias como to him naturally Ho is a representative of tho plain peoplo, ono of thorn, big In brain and large In bono, sound in understanding nnd in heart. He measures up to tho standard of Kentucky made no mistake In sending him to Washington. Commercial Appeal. Hero In A Lighthouse. For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted 'awful wrecks, but a queer fact is, ho might havo been n wreck, himself, If Hloctrlc Bittors had not prevented. "They cured mo of kidney trouble and chills," he writes "After I Jmd takon other so called cures for years, without being benefited nnd they albo improved my sight. Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine." For dyspopsla, Indigestion, all stomach, thoy'ro liver and kidney troubles, Only Try thorn. without equal. EOc at Holm & Ellison. A Wednesday decided to buy the boats of tho Mississippi Valley Transportation Company. Tho property will bo taken over for $52,000. Tho barge lino company will bo tho subject of discussion at tho annual meeting of tho league January 16, when it is expected that the necessary money for tho projoct will havo been subscribed. The company probably will bo capitalized at $200,000, with R. L. Whltelaw as president, succeeding W. K. Kavanaugh of tho Mississippi Valley Company. The members of tho organization committee ratifying the transfer of property are Murray Carleton Ellas Mitchell, E. A. Faust and A. L. Shap-elgWaterways Journal. h. m ' . That was REAR ADMIRAL R. D. EVANS. Ho wns better known ns "Fighting Bob." calhd 'Fighting Bob" be- r. cause once in the harbor of Valparaiso he rufused to be bullied by tho Chilians and cleared his ship for action. Evnns onco walked into a flno pew in a flno church in New PresentYork City nnd sat down. ly tho rentor of tho pow entored It and sovornl times scowled at Evans. Aftor a while the pow rentor wroto on tho back of his enrd "I pay $1000 a year to use this pow." Evans took out his own card. On ono sldo was Hobloy D. ,Evans( United States Nuvy; on tho rovono ho wroto "You pay a damned sight too much" and handed it to tho astonished pew router. A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. Senator Jeff Davis, of Arkansas, in a speech in the senate supporting his bill providing for the abolishment of the system permitting speculation In cotton, wheat and corn( declared the Now York stock exchange was merely a gambling Institution. Ho said SO per. cent of tho transactions. "There are 51 millionaires in tho United States holding 1.35 of tho wealth of the enUro nation, who could not have como by It honestly," said Davis. "Tho 51 wllh 4,000 others own 87 per cent of tho nation's Anyono wishing to Invest Jn real wealth." estate seo M. B. Shaw. Nlco 5 room house, modern plumb-ing- a Our big mill Is making 30,000 shin2 halls, for sale at cost. Call gles a day. We have a million extra M. B. Shaw, Peoples Bank. fine ones on hand. You will not bo disappointed when you como to our Wanted to buy cheap small farm mill for shingles. We havo plenty of 5 to 40 acres near Hickman. Must of all grades. C. M. Yates Shingle bo on public road and telephone lino. Co C. S. Driver. To warn twoplo of a fearful forest flro In the CnUkllls a young girl rodo horsobnek at midnight aud saved many lives. Hor deed wns glorious but lives nro of ton saved by Dr. King's Now Discovery In curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended In consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful rough and lung disease," writes W It Pntterson, Wollington. Tex , "af-- t four In our family bnd died with consumption, and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so suro and safe for all throat and lung troubles Prlco 50c Guarand $1.00. Trial bottle free. anteed by Helm & Ellison. With tho issue of Tuesday evensemi-weakl- m Shoes! Shoes! i riM-- mi IT iMf'l i ij ;i r i ti A complete stock of every kind for men, women and children. 1 I ll Senator Olllo M. James A DAILY PAPER CHEAP. importance testify to of nny his work, but tho people know ho was thoro. Ho roso successively to tho most Important commlttoes. Last year ho announced his candidacy for tho sonnto nnd domanded a Senator Payntor, whom primary. Gov. Beckham had put In tho sonnto after Joo Blackburn was unhorsod, candidate for was n James 11. McCrcary, caandldato for governor, who dominated tho commitprimary. "All tee, didn't want a right," said Ollle, "If you don't glvo m a prlaarjr, I'm a cndidaW tor ing the Sontincl, publishtrict He began at IS. At 31 ho was Tho Chicago Daily Examlnor, $2.00 ed by G. H. Piko and N. B Bonney, Ho a year or congross. a representative In that paper and tho Courlor noor made a record for himself as both for one yonr for $2.75. This at Mayfield, suspondod publication Tho Sentinel succeeded tho MIrrow an orator, but kept plugging away offor holds good a short time only six months ago nnd published a for his district. No government build-lug- s n dally edition, which was stopped This leaves J. C. Ellison received notification thrco months ago. last week of his appolutiuont on the Graves county population 33000 r, Advertising Committeo of tho State with ono nowspapor plant, tho at Mnyflold. Pharmaceutical Association. Mes-songo- We carry all grades, from the cheapest to the best. ! Lamo back may como from overOh, no; of courso you'll novor forwork, cold get it again; you'll turn off tho tho back, settled In tho muscles of or from disease In tho water oven if it's July. two former cases tbo right remedy is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It A $2,000 investment, flvo house, should bo rubbed In thoroughly over bringing an exceptional income Seo tho affected part, the relief will bo prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c, M B. Shaw. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Got tho best at Hickman Furnlturo Hickman Drug Co. Subscribe for the Courier. ii Smith & Amberg ft!!? sv?rvi '. , t i 5' " .q.t4-- . t.Vy,v x. c r . fc 80 Degrees in the Shade If it's not warm enough at'your housejlet us sell you a stove that WILL HEAT it. We have them at all prices cash or credit. If your floors are cold get a nice rug and we know we can please you in this line. If the window glass is broken let us furnish you a new one. All sizes in stock. We can make homes comfortable. us a chance. Prices right Give 'mr ...Notice... IwaihmttQ Cfo mi& Bij tt-ifam- All parties indebted, to us are requested to call and settle at once. H. E. CURLIN House of Quality "And the feast of inuathcrinc at the year's end." Exodus xxxlv, 22. year dies, and so Into the afterglow All tine year's days go. So tine Furnishing1 Co. St. Louis Incorporated UNDERTAKERS 1 Creek Items. they helped us prepare for this snowy weather. Another months examination has passed and the following led tho school, making these grades; Zolla Carter 99, Joe Crostic 9S, Maymo McClellan SS, Pauline Moss 87, Hannah Noonon and Drew Crostic 84. B. W. McCluro sold forty acres of land to C. M. Brown for $500. Mrs. Carter sold her cottonwood and willow timber, west of Island No. 8, to Southern Puperwood Supply Co., for $4500. State Lino A. S. of E. elected the following officers : Chas. Noonon, pres; W. B. McGchce, vlco-preA. J. Burni8, treas; Jeff Davis and E. C. Carter delegates to the county meeting. The stato bound oer Ed Holt, age 13, to J. W. Walton unUl the boy became of age. ' Tho contract bound Walton to teach the boy a trade, cloth, feed and provide medical aid for him. When the boy was 21 years old be was to bo able to read and writo or bo given J100 cash by Mr. Walton. Don't be deceived by to much talk about cheap shingles. We will sell you the same goods for less money and can furnish you a better shingle If you want it. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. count them, one by one. Days filled with shade or sun. Days of great tasfts begun. Days of achievement; Days when we, weaK and frail. Felt all our courage fail, When we, benumbed and pale. Met our bereavement. And far and far away We FROST LIVE WIRE Our Senator Named on Important Committee!. WHY? A Once on n It turtle crawled against a wall. summer's day. crawled there once, It crawl.nl Rush (Too Lato for Last Week.) Will Fields lost a colt last week. Maymo McClellan Is on the sick Jessie Scott lost two horses last week. Our mall carrier Is on tho sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCellan epent Tuesday with Albert Jones. There was a dance given at Mr. George Ropers' Thursday night, Llnnie Bondurant spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis. Mrs. George Roper and daughtor, Mrs. Tuesday with Julia, spent Martha Roper. Robbie Roper and Vergle Davis spent Thursday night with Ivaleo and Hannah Noonon. Albert Roper has lost his fifth horse this fall and haB two more slclt at this writing. Rush Creek school had the best per cent of attendance last week it has had since It started. Mrs. R. A. Campbell and children and Miss Eula Lee Oliver spent Tuesday with Mrs. Dick Bransford. Tyler Davis made his regular visit to carry the girls to Cayce last week. Wonder which one he Is working for. Dan Davis and Jack McClellan visited tho school Monday. We were especially glad to have them come as list End in a smoKing haze Or crumbling ember. Joys there were Joys to there were griefs to bear, Ah, and the joys all fair Spent on the morrows Joys were the clinhing gold Dropping from out our hold We, lifte to misers old, Clung to our sorrows. v And this is stranger still, Sorrows that worhed us ill Nor grow as sorrows will. To things we cherish; And out of all the year We find that sigh and tear As blessings now appear And cannot perish. So do we count the days Down all of time's long ways And "with dim peace we gaze On bond and fetter-AnKnow at last that all Of the blind blows that fall And the cups brimmed with gall But maKe us better. So dies the year, and so Gently we come to Know How fair the afterglow. spare-Griefs 1 d the year's first day But was it sad or gay, Can we remember? Slowly they die, the days, As does some ruddy blaze We find there twice, Hon. W. A. Froat t our Senator And then It crawled awn). very well in the hands of out fnred worthy lieutenant governor, in makltg Why? up tho committees of the senate. It There unme a bee to sip n bed, should be remembered that there nro Onoe on n summer day; thirty-eigSenators nnd thirty-fiv- e It (lew- - there onoe, It flow- therv committees. W. A Front was made twloa. chairman of tho Committee of MilAmi then If flew-- awny itary Affairs, nlt-was made a prominent momlwra of tho following comWhy: mittees. eutno a man to woo a tnsid. There Revenue nnd Taxation. Oitflt on a summer day; Banks nnd Trust Companies. He Mwd liar oneo, he klssud htr Common Cnrrlors and Commerce. twloe Tonal and Reformatory Institute. And thin he rode away. Rules. WhyT County Unit and Liquor Regulation. The wall wasn't sunny. It will be seen by tho above that The mntd had ho moMy. Senator Frost, although a new mem-be- , Funny, but true. was placed on some of the moat Important eommlltves of the Sewato. The man who Is always criu-t-ioetery spirit of enterprise Uuu is IoU In my subdivision are only manlsfesUd and tie or let an eppor IS8 euoh now-- , and they are worth tunlty pass to knock on bit home double this, so I will advance $1 on town, Ilvtor known to tie anr Feb. 1st, and then keep on advanc- thing to Improve It ing until 1 got tho right price on Subscribe for the Courier Usui. O. B. Bond. ht s s IF I MD SAYED 4 Ti.'f'ffftff', ...... -- Itt v Vvy' - 2F1 ui fc- w tgK r . - towns -N vAc This is Worth Knowing Shoes About Anti-Trust mJ. The Bast Is fc mic a V,.i s ? vrj Start A BANK 4 ff 0I!NT Uwty .21 i Ihr i 1., X iniMi W K- v-J- fe . Jki . n. N. are bound to be interested in facts about "En dwell" shoes. Your first pair of "Endwells" will save you money at the start, because YOU HpHElR earnings have been WILL TRAIN HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cantlllon returned this week from Chicago whero Mr. Cantlllon attended a meeting or tho stockholders of tho Minneapolis base ball club. Mr. Cantlllon was president or tho club nnd will man-agthe team for tho coining season. Wo aro Informed that tho team will train hero this spring, and games will probably bo arranged with a turn-be- r of teams in this section which will give our citizens a sample of big leaguo base ball. Tho good showing that tho Minneapolis club mado last spring in tho early games is good evidenco Hint Hickman and her cllmato had a great deal to do with it. Frank Roth and Mr. Schaefor, of the Washington club, accompanied Tho Mr. and Mrs. Cantlllon home. celebrated Rubo Waddell spent tho winter hero and other baseball celebrities will begin to arrlvo soon to begin spring training. A sufficient They will save you more money in the end, because they will wear better and longer than the average shoe. appearance. they really cost less than other shoes of similar Sounds big, but it's true and worth trying. o tjlX Prices $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 little fish wre protected against tho mouth of the big fish chiefly by their markings looking llko tho stones and reeds In the wntcr. but he now ron eludes that all shining, silvery llsh are mirrors reflecting tho dark bot torn of tho pond and It Is only when such Mali como to the surface that tho light shines on thorn, and thoy become risible to the big llsh that they prey So long as the little, on little flab silvery tlsb stay clone to the bottom they look like mud and stones only shotting their shining silver when they como near the top and so are soon swallowed down Tho few unsold lots In G. B. Bond's subdivision v( 1k advanced $5.00 per lot on Fob. 1st, and a little later on will bo advanced again becauao they aro worth double what Is bolng asked for them. scientist Are Fishes Mirrors ? sa8 he always fancied but their savings have not. A bank account insures perfect independence in mature years. The Peoples Bank Solicits Your Patronage. "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE T C mmmm mhmmmhm And don't have to grease but once a week. ENDWELL SHOE No. 1019 Gun metal calf button shoe. "Stub" last. Half double oak sole with white stitched edges. Also similar shoe in bluclier pattern Just one of 100 new styles. SULLIVAN BROTHERS F. H. Barkctt, a merchant of OkMade in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. lahoma City and Frank Darkett, an Oriental goods dealer, of Qulncy, Ms., nro hero visiting A. S. Barkott nnd $1.00 Per Plate When tho peoplo of this section Save the trouble of smoking your family. was paid at a banquet to Honry Clay, learn nnd rcallzo tho benoflt and conmeat by using our Liquid Smoke. 75 c A. M. Tyler, wifo and son return In New railroad Orleans In 1842. Intorurban Mighty venience of worth will take care of COO pounds ed Frldny from a trip to New York, costly for thoso with stomach trou-bi- o which will bo demonstrntecd by tho of meat and give it tho regular old Washington and other eastern points. or Indigestion. line, Uioy will then Today peoplo hickory flavor keep It firm and ovorywhero uso I)r. King's Now Llfo want lines extended from Fulton in Tho resldenco of F. M. Montgomsweet tho year 'round; no skippers. ery, nt Fulton, was destroyed by Bills for these troubles as well as every direction. Fulton Weekly New Your money back if not satisfied. liver, kidney and bowel disorders. fire at 1:30 Thursday mornlns. Bettersworth & Frather. Easy, safe, suro. Only 25 cts at Heir A dry, hacking cough Is hard on & Ellison. tho lungs, often causing thom to bleo A few moro pair odd pants at half II. T. Dealo was in Union City Mon BAULARD' HOREIIOUND SYUUI' price. Sullivan Bros. day on business. Stylo nnd comfort nro two ex Is a healing balm that quickly repairs Get your Furniture at Hickman Fur tremes that cannot bo fulfilled at tho damages in the lungs and air pas Redwood Shingles Roynold, Moss sages. Price 25c, 50o and $1.00 pof Co. niture Co. Lumber ttma time. bottle. Bold by Hickman Dru Co. I Fulton-Hickman .Jr H fiitttti' 'H' 4,t"t t" fSwtMfr' f l"t' iH H"f ! FALL ON ICE FATAL. 3fcl Don !. XftH Heard On the Streets I . Mrs. Joe Noonon Succumbs to Injuries Received Jan. 8th.' After much Buffering, Roslo, wlfo of County .Jailer Joe Noonon, died about noon Tuesday from tho effect of a fall on an Icy porch on Jan. 8th. Tho fall caused concussion of tho brain, and littlo hope wus entertained lor her recovery. Sho seemed better Sun day and Monday, but the crisis came Tuesday and she gradually sank. Deceased was 54 years old. Prior to her marriage, she was Miss Roslo Stahl and resided at Bardwell, Ky. Resides her husband, she is survived by 'wo brothers Henry Stahl, of Oxford, Miss., Finis Stahl, of Bardwell t, and one sister, Mrs. Jennlo of Bardwell. Tho remains were shipped to her old homo at Bardwell for Interment. Mrs. Noonon was a good woman and had mado many friends since becoming a citizen of Hickman. The couple had been married only about three years, and the bereaved husband has the sympathy of a host of friends all over tho county. Che-naul- Ik fall to rent! our special offer free . r lour house plants Miss Jlnco Luak, of Ripley, Tcnn . Dora Cuvltt - tin' guest of Mis homo Di lbert Chonte In expected ft few days from n short stny In fut winy hi Ellison Bros. Offer you . it ii t 1 ttaymond Stock Co. next Monday, und Wednesday nights nt I)ST . Krlc Wutoh chain with Elk's oo'ii chnrm. Liberal reward If re Courier office. lc an d Ponbroko Mock, nt Hopkins-rin wim destroyed by fire Sunday ii. ti The Best Stock of groceries in town, always fresh and clean. entailing n loss of $.rU,S0O Johnson was In town on bus Mr John first of tho week. traveling for the Interiintional ii tor Co n tiliolsou. oxpross lucsAc-ngion M & (S had hU hand smashed .i,i;n in n derailment, nnd is Inld mpornrlly. 'i Vum-nml wf(, of Hot Ark. hnve moved to Hick iv nitlde Mr Vnnce in yearn ngo. ' sHii I'urleo Club met Jnn 13th Dainty refresh RobortH . nerval nfter which marsh- . Wfre toasted nnd other past - niadf It n niONt on Jo) abb uf . ignK V - -, I r The Best Fresh Meats A meat shop unequalled in Hickman. ! 11 The Best Service Four Delivery Wagons, with polite and courteous clerks and drivers, i RUSH CREEK ITEMS. r- . ifctujchtorn of the Confederacy iumI ii vory Interval lug probmtlng Gen Lee's birthdiiy itny. but owing to tin- - bud It ho been XMtponcd did n wis.- - Mini - The Lowest Prices consistent with the quality and service. prohibited the profi'Migiml t from hanging around h npltol. lUit It made some of "id ho Wit" woefully sore MiumHIo, Ky., a wealthy citi .i,d his wife did n ot speak for 2o - iIioukIi they in th same Hut during the cold upon she 'ti In in If he would like n little ye n iiwl he promptly replied it We Solicit A Jll Share Patronage Of Your Min - Koacl of Hililj villi- - und 'n thlx ruoriurg Mr Honch to lllckmnn ii ' iMnjr Tom Patterson, n convict ' it In the circuit court in tin r Hip short while Ellison Bros. Don't forget the Jack Ktiymom! Stock Co.. which Is booked for n thro nichta onRnRement nt the I.rlc, bo- The RlnnltiK next Monday night. Itaymond company consists of It plvopte. and hnve ii reputation for Popular plwHtiiK the SentH on sale nt the I play-Roor- ' i .i' i I commonwriilth h Dine hnrgod fnlso swvnnng 1 Anthill, of near Mocow. city attending court yeM '! While here h sulwcrlbod ir Ui. ourier for liliiMtlf. und or Nllen 'in iMr Rent to Mr in nt Mtwcow. and Mnt. Willie 'i h nt ijitlHn, Mo. W I. In n .ifti r our own heart. Hi. MolllKnn TroubleB Co.." which Lyric to-iMKtkfd to piny nt th Miw nlKht. hit experienced trou- - not altogHhtir laughable The d in Mlwinurl during the t Uin week out off their oree ami the company hi broke. " ouro, they w4l lint got to lllrk in- i . leidr W. O. W. NOTICE. No. 3. W O. W DROWNS . IN RIVER. "GOOD FOR KENTUCKY." prk. lick-iim- Drug Co. ' Manner J. T. Dillon of the I'ric leased the IftforutA uh that he ha bulldltiK occupleI Ity Pujun, Holm & Co and will use It for hla moving picture shown ns hoon aH the nocoe-sari He nrrntiRomentH can be mnde if flu Iloiworth nwlliitilfUiiK' bill will use the I.yrlc oxcluslvoly for 'tin k law the HflprwonlntlveK regulnr theatricompnnlws 'nn composed of Hilton nnd Hick-- " stock erforninncs, and putting both places cal i"iiiiihi, which U now dltrlct In Up-t)condition for the purpose fc. "i will become district No they nri to be used hmninn county, which will be .1 of Hwilf, will bo No. 1; AmonR other repeals now pendltiK .. So h; llnllnrd nnd Cnrllulo In tho atnto loRlslnturo Is one nituofl N .1 nt the nbollshnient of the Vttnl Statisr Terrell announced the coir- - tic Ijiw. This Inw provides for tho linn, , s of the Holme Wednesday. Hon resletrntlon of nil births nnd deaths, ' kiion In mnde chnlriunn of nnd vnlunble Information therewith. ' "iiiinitte,. on Public Monuments Why anyone Interested In tho "1 llistoricnl ltecords. Ho Is nlco of health should oppose such " mlxT of the followlnR Of ciinmlt- - a lnw we cannot understand v Confedernlo Home. Bductttlon a the recent ncU by our stnto body, --' Kxecutive Affnlrn. lmmiRrntlfin this law Is undoubtedly one of the I libor Stnto I'rlaonn nnd Houe8 best, and It would be a Rrlooua misH- form take to abolish It. y i "I 1 WILL HAVE A CAR LOAD OF Cotton Seed Meal Next Week C. H. MOORE The Best Feed on the MaJket. I A special from Cairo. Monday, says: plans While walking on the Ice acrosB the sion Inst night and iterfocted to pull off a big mooting some time Mississippi rlter from Bird's Point In the near future nnd Inttlnte n claiM to Cairo today, William Petrol struck of one hundred candidates. District an nlr holo and broke through the MnniiRer. Atkins Colo was present nt ico. He disappeared suddenly and the meeting nnd pledged the camp nothing' more was seen of him. Early lnrg-ee- t his beat efforts to make this the class ever taken In nt one time today Mlssourlans began crossing on In nny camp In the district tho ioc nnd this continued all day. Po District Mnnnger Colo will lend the trol was alone at tho time, but a movement nnd desires tho of the entire membership In working number of pooplo on tho shore saw up this lnrge clnss. All members are him break through tho Ice. An efurged to attend the enmp meetings fort was made to go to his rescue, Wo would like to have the entire' but it was feared tho Ice would break membership present next Wednesday turthor. night. Come out Sovereigns nnd meet with us and lets get ourselves lined up Postmaster Gonoral Hitchcock will nnd make one strong pull together to recommend to Congress tho acquisimnko this the greatest class adoption and to double the membership In this tion of tho telegraph lines by the and their operation ns a Camp. Atkins Colo, Dlst. Mgr. part of tho postal service. Tho gonoral store of Wyman Dros., Henry Trnvls was In Fulton. Sun day. nt ninndvllle, was burned Saturday Miss Stella Snlmou Is at home this night and soveral other buildings week. Ike Deleon. of Uayouvllfe. was hero were nlso burned. Tho loss is estimated at $30,000. Wednesday. Walker Mnrtln. ot Union City, was An epidemic of splnnl meningitis hero Tuesdny. Is prevailing in many parts of Texa3 W I.. Helm loft this week for Nashville where he has nccopted a posi nnd Oklahomn. Many deaths are resulting from tho dreadful disease, tion. Mr. Jones nnd Mr. Dondurnnt, of which Is particularly fatal. to childMnrtln, were here Wodnosdny on ren, nnd It is children who usually business. have It, though grown people are by Tho snow Is about all gone as a no means I mum no from It. result of last night's rain. Vnndergrlf hns returned from Kvnnsville, Ind., where sho hns been Thq luorcury Is crawling up the visiting since Christmas. tube. Albert Kopor lost five mtilos Inst Miss Luetic Itnbblns hns returned A veterl-ner(o Now Mndrld, Mo . nfter u visit to week, worth about $1,000. surgeon from Luolsville camo her sister, Mrs. A. A. Faris. trouS L. Dodds returned Wednesday down and mndo diagnosis of tho said from n trip to .Mississippi, whore he ble and liny that the trouble was due they were feeding. Mr. to the attended Gov. Drawer's Inaugural. W J. Harper, of this city, also lost The Fuqun, Helm & Co., stock of horses from snmo oimso. goods will be sold at auction tomorTho Str. 'Mongol Dox Company, on row (Friday) afternoon by .Judge J. toute up the river with a couplo of W Itoney barges of logs and the company's Mrs John Dillon nnd children re- derrick was headed off by tho Ico turned Saturday from Texas where before she could get In with hor tow, they have been visiting lnce Chrlst-mn- s and since Inst Thursday hns been with relatives tied up nt Planters Landing, Mo., fifUtile Hoy Stevons was badly burn- teen miles below Cnruthersvllle, Mo. ed this morning while trying to stnrt Other who coasted: Hubert Hert-weea fire with keroseno Ho Is a son arm nnd head hurt; ran Into of Mrs. Hettlo Stevens, of tills city rnllrond track. John Hunzlker, leg hurt; collided" with another sled. flnvprnmnnt fnro- - Paul Klmbro. ankle sprained; collidnot .11 WAVM enst predict a drop of 30 degrees in ed with another sled. Holnnd Stahr, temperature within tho next z leg nnd fnco bruised; ran into, pllo hours Probably snow tonight; cold- of sower pipe. Miss Rubyc Thomas, er Frldny ankle spranled The biggest lot of rabbits seen In Miss Homer Green has secured tho Hickman this winter wore brought in locnl agency for nil hlghclnss niagn-zlne- Wednesday morning by Walter Hamand newspapers, nnd would be lin, of near Clayton. Ho killed these glnd to take subscriptions for any rabbits Tuesday evening In two fields rending matter thnt you may wish getting one hundred and soventeen 2p Special prices; phono 102. In nil, killing seventy five In one Hob Islor has resigned his position field and tho remainder In an nd Joinwith tho Southern Express Co., at ing field. .Many rabbits came In this Pensocola, Fla , nnd will take charge past week, but this was t he biggest Fred Curlln and younger of n branch house of some kind at number Memphis Ho is expected homo brother living at Woodland, killed . Grent Class do;twn, Kim Camp u. in roRulnr ses- In reply to a telegram received from S. L. Dodds relative to the birth of four babies to Mrs. J. T. Bivons, In Hickman, Theodore Hoosevelt, writes as follows: ".My Dear Dodds: Through you, let me congratulate Mr. Blvous. Am glad to hear that she and the child ren are doing well. Good for Kentucky. Yours T. Hoosevelt." Ex-Pre- We come with rather a "cold" welcome. From some causo our news mljsed tho paper last week. The cold weather must have frozen it up. Robbie Roper spent Sunday night at Dan Davis. A crowd of young peoplo went coasting Saturday and Sunday at Mr. George Roper's. Inez Roper, of Cayce, spent Sun day with Emma Davis. Vergle and Nannlo Davis spent Sunday with Lyda Jones. LInnle Bondurnnt spent Sunday with her parents at Cayce. Dick Bransford and family spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Oliver. Bro. Potts, of Martin, will preach at Cayce Sunday evening. The following made the highest ex amination grades at Rush Creek: ZU-l- a Carter 99 Joe Crostic 98, Mayme McClellan 89"", Paulino Moss 87, Han nah Noonan and Irene Crostic 84. Tyler Davis called at Rush Creek school Monday. Benton White, of Lebanon, Tenn., U visiting his parents. Edna Davis visited Mnyrno McClel lan Saturday night. Mayme McClellan has the greatest number of head marks in the 7 and 8 grado spelling Fred Moss C grade. Jessye Moss 4th and Cth grades and ' Richard Bransford 3rd grade. Carrie and Joe Barber visited from Friday until Sunday with Joe Crostic. Mrs Jack McClellan has been on tho sick list this week. Walter Oliver spent Monday night with his sister, Mrs. Dick Bransford. Tom McClellan Is going to build a new house. Will .Moss has been on tho sick list but is improving at this writing. Cornelus Bondurant Is In Hickman this week on business for the Cayce Mill. n H .t3; ,J VI v :.?' ru Miss Naomi Walston, daughter of W. B. Walston and wife, of Crutch-Hold- , and Hoy Combs, of Fulton, were united In marriage at tho homo of tho bride Monday ovelnng, Hev. K. M. Myett, of Clinton, Officiating. The couplo leli for St. Louis to spend their honeymoon. Tho bride is a charming young lady and is well known hore. having frequently visited Miss Ruth Klmbro. Robt. Bradley, of Pryorshurg. Ky., Is the guest of his. cousin. Julian Choate. He may becomo a citizen of Hickman i i r The Courier would like to see the city dads take up tho matter of paving Clinton and Jackson streets this year. Hickman la past tho country road stage, and tho time is ripe for making a few substantial, Improvements. Chattanooga, a town located in a territory, prohibition "Statewide" boasts that It filled liquor orders during December to the amount of $720,000, of which $200,000 was paid for In postal orders. m The Light Question M-- i Li. ii v y can be beautifully settled by using the electric. You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course qualities. Why more effective in light-givin- g not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modern households. Ki' s Hickman Ice Incorporated. Coal Co. sovonty-five- . ii JOHN DILLON. Jr.. Manager. --J i .1. t i b .," ',.i V PTC- -T - l4 J,f"""t" mm ail w iip siiwwJitwijpPE, ,f if A . I '4 Best Kentucky Lump KENTUCKY STATE N0TE8. Items Gathered From Over The State. Frankfort. A multitude of bills have been presented In both the house nd senate. A few ot the mor Important ones are given here: to Two bllU of special Interest Frankfort wero offered In tho house by Elwood Hamilton, representative from this county He offered a bill appropriating $75,000 for tho erection of a mansion for the governor on the ground adjoining the capltol The other bill makes a now Judicial district of Franklin aud Anderson counties, by shifting tho other counties now composing the district of which the two counties are a part On the first bill day of the session In the house, Representative Karl Huntsman, of Allen county, Introduced No. 1. It Is Intended to prohibit tho consolidation of fire, life and accident Insurance companies. a bill to .Mr. Huntsman also ofTen-reponl the bureau of vital statistics, and another to pension men over sixty years of age. Mr. Dickey, of Barren, offered a bill to prohibit Issuance of passes. Mr. Wilson, of Kowan. offered a bill for furnishing school books at an nual cost of $360,000, freo to children. Mr Douclas. of Uoyle. proposed an appropriation to buy tho l'erryville battloflold. Also to Increase tho per capita of deaf mute schools from $140 to $130. Ho offered another creating a state board of veterinary medical examiners. Mr. Aiken, of Caldwell, offered tho Vnuntv unit" bill. It was referred to the committee on county unit and public morals. It la house bill No. 10. War on Plague. Any tuberculosis sanitarium In the state, provided that It Is not operated for profit, will bo assisted annually by stato funds If a bill which has Just been prepared by John Marshall and V W. Crawford Is mado Into n This law by tho present legislature bll which Is to bo presented aa an amendment to tho existing act "for the encouragement ot tho establishment and maintenance of sanatoriuma In tho commonwealth of Kentucky for the care and treatmont ot persons suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis," will provide an appropriation and mako eligible for state aid any tuberby established culosis sanatorium any city, by any county or group of counties combined, or by private subscriptions If the charter of the Institution prohibits Its making any pro flu from Its operation. Governor's Reception. Old fashioned Kentucky hospitality, such as was dispensed at the governor's mansion during tho flrst admin istration of Gov. McCreary will be the order during tho present winter. The custom of giving public receptions twice each month during the session of the legislature will bo revived by Gov. McCreary and he will entertain tor the members of the legislature every two weeks during the remainder When Gov. of the present session. McCreary was In tho mansion many years ago, bo followed this custom. WHISPERED CHANGE IN PRICES OF MEAT MOYER COAL X 33 XjI-STJ-- WALKS INTO TRAP SET DY THE PROSECUTION. E 1X33:0 in- AIo lcalir - Armour's Penciled Notation Rcjaidlnj Business of Other Packets Can Not Be HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH Submitted. i i j Special Prices iri a RCASH I WMP J&l t i PHONES t New r"; vnoiner 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. "Htujler' Candy " For sale at I Cowgill's Drug Store F. E. CASE & SON I Has a full line of FRESH CANNED GOODS Both Foreign and Domestic 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. Henry F. Mojer, whost Chicago. vcars been t bruin ha for twenty-livworkhop in which Armour" "test cost" and other statistical trust paraphernalia ha been concocted, took the stand as a government witness agaunt the beef barons Wednesday and told bow a whispered order to"flguro hides a little low rr" sent Hie price of beef skyward. The packer used to write down their order to linn and sent them In a letter, he mild, but after the Orossup injunction against tho beef trust Arthur Meeker or "Jerry" Pratt used to come around and whisper the orders In his ear when them who no body looking. Asked why he was told at different times to raise or lower the allowance for hides, Mojer thought several moments, and then answered: "So that the cost would be higher or lower." "The cost of what J" asked District Attorney Wllkerson. "Tho dressed boef cost, of course, answered .Moycr without hestltation, and the admission which the government has tried to wring from every witness was out at last. The gov eminent has contented that by making little or no allowance for the the packers charged all their operating cost to dressed boef and thus sent the price of beef up or down lo suit their whims and carried ofT their profits in handling the Mover described the system by whleh he kept at hi finger-enthe profit on every steer and the profit of the entire business every day. He then fixed the date when the packers allowed $1 a a killing charge, gradually raised the figure until during the Pullman strike it reached JS.SO, and then subsided to the present figure. $2.75. He remembered that at onn time no allow anm was made for hides. The iniortanee of this statement is govern Keen when it is known thai ment will try to prove thai up to the present time each t house In bv made the same identical eh. , product allowances which Armour made, and made them on the same day. Judge Carenter ruled out of evidence the memorandum written by Pratt to J. Ogden Armour in 1004 relative to th business of Armour for the past week, and Armour's pencil notations on It regarding the business of the other packer for the coming Meek. e d I wltinl lfcV STOCK GAMBLERS PARASITES So Says Andrew Carnegie of the Steel Tmt. EI Washington. Andrew Carnegie con eluded his testimony Friday before the house "ateel trust" Investigating com mittce. He admitted that in 1000 he had contributed $15,000 to oppose the policy of imperialism and the anneia tion of the Philippines, assailed Wall street, and branded "stock jobber a parasites," urged the Roosevelt trust policy, in preference to that of President Labor Federation Meets. Taft, for dealing with the trusts, and An appeal to tho Christian people asked congress to consider carefully that of Kentucky to Join together for Im- problem. After a day of examination of many provement' of the wage scale paid to women laborers was made by tho subjects, Mr. Carnegie was subjected to Stato Federation ot tabor, which was a Are of questions which put him on his in session here. The appeal declares mettle. Chairman Stanley elicited from ENGINEER CIVIL that tho low wage scale Is responsi hira an attack on stock jobbing that ble for the Increased t raffle In "white probably will influence icg'slat'on to I slaves." Many other phases of tho la- proposed by the committee. "If you want, as you suggested,' t Land, Drainage and Municipal bor problem were discussed. Paducuh was chosen aa the placo of the next erect a tablet to my memory, place in Surveys, Maps, Estimates meeting. John Schneider, of Louis the stock exchange th q.iutation of ville, was chosen delegate to the child mine that vou have unearthed 'Stock and Reports. gamblers are parasites feeding on value labor congress at Chattanooga. and creating none.'" Office over Nalfeh Bros, store. Officers Elected. SIX KILLED, FIFTY INJURED Hickman, Kentucky Tho board of health, with tho newly appointed members present, elect- Pennsylvania Flyer Strikes Carriage p. o. Box so ed Dr. John H. South, of Frankfort, Near Philadelphia. president of the board, heard the an Philadelphia, Pa. Five women and nual report of tho secretary, Dr. J. N. one man were killed when tho carriage ! McCormlck, of Bowling Green, and in which they were riding to church was elected him secretary for tho ensuing struck by a CTdcago-XcYork flyer on two years, this being his thirty-thirthe Pennsylvania railroad on tho Linpublic Is hereby notified The year as secretary of tho board. Dr. den avenue grade crossing at Torresdaje, that tho A. T. McCormlck was elected assist- twelve miles from this city Tho locoant secretary and health inspector. express hit motive of the A luncheon was given to tho state the carriage squarely, tossing it high in board by tho new president, Dr the air and throwing its occupant ahead Itnteinro now South. on the track. The women landed In a A DAY heap, and before the train wn brought Board of Equalization. to a stop nil but the last car had passed Meals and Beds are 35c Each Under the law governing the ap- over their bodies, mangling them hor-- " ribly. We nro forced to change from JUOtotl 40 on pointment of the state board of equalization, soino ot tho present Repubntcount of general high prices. will hold VIOLENT STORM ON ATLANTIC lican W. J. COOK, Proprietor. on formembers of the board two years. Hdwurd Thomas, of Fulton; G. D. Taylor, of Metcalfe, and Record of Wrecked Ships and Suffering Men Appalling, tho A. K. Weber, of Campbell, arc m AtlanRepublicans. Gov. McCreary Washington. The storm-sweholdover Phono VEGETABLES Mill namo the members of tho board tic coast Jh piling up a record of wreck PRODUCE from the Second, Fourth, Fifth and of ships and suffering of men that promwhom will bo ise to eclipo the havoc of all previous FRUITS 2 Soventh districts, all of has the ap- rigorous nnd severe winters on tho East C. H. MOORE Democrats. Tho board em seaboard. During the past fortnight pointment ot three secretaries. and the end Is not yet In sight tho revenue cutto rs patrolling the coast Forced to It. "Did you ask father If you might have been called Into activity more than ever before in their history. L ha? me?" "Yes, darling." "What did he say?" NOTICE. Veterinary Surgeon "He said he would rather see you Your city taxes aro past duo aud borne to your grave." Graduate of Chicago Vet. unless they are paid by Feb. 1, 1912, "Oh. pshaw, then we'll have to tak College 1893. Pay now and It up with mother personally." Chi- will bo advertised. save further costs. Tom Dillon, Sr., cago Record-Hrald- . Office at Steve Stahr's Livery Barn City Tax Collector. We have a few Coles Hot Blast and Buck's Heaters, also some close outs of Cook Stoves that we are offering mighty cheap. You know our motto "We do what we Say we will do." 1 Pliono xoo PAFF HAWKINS Hickman Hdw. Co. IVCORI'ORVTl I) Courier wi don t like the Idea of h"Ul both for one yenr for 2 7i This eonventlon In the city of m" " The local gins of Hickman haw offer holds good a short tlmo only. -- It's too HllggOfttlVC handled larger nmountH of cotton tbiB than ever before, with cotytld-orablAnyone wishing to Invest ' cotton ot In tho fields. Mrs. 8. K. Davidson and daughter. estate see M. I). Shaw. Kdltor Hrlco, of tho Union City Mlaa Dottle, returned latter part of Get tho best at Hickman Kurnn News Uannor, makes a good deal of lout wek from a vlttlt to relative In Co fuss ovor tholr local gin record, show- Arkansas ing that Union City ginned 1214 bales, a largo pur cent of which went from this territory. Tho Hickman gins have turned out up to the present tliuo the following Farmers Gin & Grain Co., 27C bales. IMvors Gin, 1845 bales. Doruna Gin Co., B10 bales. Total C.331 bales, averaging about 650 pounds to the bale. At least 1,200 more bales will bo ginned this At tho average price paid during the senson, this cotton has brought tho pluuters u total of $10(5,000 We have installed first-clas- s U- DIG LOT OF COTTON GINNED Local Gins Will Turn Out Over 6,000 Bales. A DAILY PAPER CHEAP. 12 00 The Chicago Daily Cxnminrr a yenr or thai paper and TLc (autocratic National t ' ( I is o b hrkl Hi Halt ' JuiM 2', Tin ilntt a nil r er o ' Raise in Rates w d COTTAGE HOTEL $1.40 Notice. n ! I 0. on . HELD FOR KILLING HER CHILD Ohio Woman Alleged to Have Poisoned Food. Lancaster, O. Mrs. Xancy Hall, iied CO yearn, mother of Ruth who died after eating pancakes, was arrested charged with having put poison in the food. Her husband, W. T. Hall, nnd two daughters, Ilcrtha nnd Mary, had been seriously ill but are recovering. Each member of the family carried life insurance and Mrs. Hall hail collect-$200 on the death of her daughter. d dray wagon to serve the public. This wagon will serve on any job contracts for hauling will be made with H. E. Curlin. When in need of a wagon phone or call No. 65. The wagon will be sent to any part of H. E. CURLIN, House of Quality. the city. BOTH PHONES Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 business, and will bo glad to meet promptly answered night or his old friends and soil them nny Calls building material they may need. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. Heartburn, Indigestion or distress J. E. Fuqua has accepted n position with W. A, Dodds, in tho lumber of the stomach Is instantly relieved IT forces tho badly by HERBINE. digested food out of tho body and reGreat reduction la prices lu stores tone in tho stomach and bowels coats. Sullivan Bros, Co. Erico COc. Sold by llickmau Drue Over- o T- - -- -- aJSfSEiaisEiasisjaiSiSjaiajsajsEJsraiaHSE IN ARRIVAL OF A GENERAL WAY! last week T. O. TJonttwt Phone No. 51 STITBBS C tledc Building, over Rrevard's Sliire M Knrls was In Cairo on business. Lla Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and inflammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. " I have uitd Spring Goods We are showing many new Spring Goods such as Ii tiY lohn I lagan was at home the latter of Inst week. Hick- Get your money's worth nt man Furniture Co. Mrs RUSSELL GETS PLACE Elected Asst. Cashier of The Peoples Bank. Ginghams White Goods Percales Calicoes Laces and Embroideries .1 H. Houslcy lias buen on At a meeting of tho Hoard of Dsick list this week. irectors of tho l'ooplos Hank, J. II. Russell was elected assistant cashCharles Alexander, of 'Jordan, wns ier, to take the place of H. (1. Hale, attending court. this week Jr., who resigned on account of his Mrs W J. Logan, of Cralgs Land- arrangomontB to locato at Roswell, new Mexico. His resignation lakes ing spent the past week bore. t effect the first of the coming month, $4 000 Investment ylolding $110 a at which time Mr. Russell assumes his. month If interested, soe .M. n. duties. Shaw tf Tho Condor regrets to see Mr. and Mrs Lester Smith loft Monday for Mrs. Halo leave this city, but It is sare to predict that ero long they will ( raigs Landing to Join her husband Mr. return to tho old home town. ih-- re Hale's duties In the bank has been FOR RENT: Two nice furnished discharged in a faithful and painstakrooms at Hubbard place. Mrs. B. ing manner, satisfactory to both pal'arhain. tron and the bank officers. Mr. Russeell will doubtless mttko cows good FOR SALE: Three with Joung calvoB. E. G. Maddox, tho bank a good assistant cashier, having a wide experience in such 3p Hickman, Routo 3. work. Uo was bookkeeper for tho Mr Utley. or Utloy &. C.alllgh Holl- - Richmond & Hond Ol! Co. In this city r Maker Co . of Jackson, was hero until tholr big mill burned, and has Monday on bunlnoss. many friends In Illckmnn. Here's Proof Sloan's LlnlmtM (or jeare and can testify to its oonnerful efficiency. I hare used it lor sore throat, croup, lame back and rncunutiim and la every case it gave instant relief." REIJECCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Keotucky. SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Price, 25c, BOo., $UOO Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. y f J7 Address We would be pleased to show you these new goods BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCOIU'OIUTED FIVE YEARS AGO MmM TIIK IXWIUFIt KII.KH KrntHtt Wright shot Hurry Lee APPROACHING NUPTIALS King, nt Hluo I'ond. an u result of a Miss Lyon, of Eddyvllle, and mUuinderatnndlng concerning n fence. Robt. Tyler to Wed Soon. Th- injury him slight. Deputy Short ff Johnson want to Onoal, Cairo and got n negro, Jutin Slowe, of nwnr Mabel, cllml who wan wanted for shooting n its Jan 11 Mro man mid woman. The clime oc TJw ".Mliwtiirt Ctrl" showed at the curred In the bottom. oM opfi house. A tot stopped up nnd the I .a AUiu Hm4 A. Ctede Otunton wl W. Hotel WHS flooded by a lKik Ikiyd wws married. Finally a ttinm ntiniit wns umicI to Tk K. K. ndvrtsd "sM lonrry the witter out of the building. pumpkin pUm." I Tim ilniiKhluru nf tint Confederacy Tfe Richtlor Girts wr tntrltrtd celebrated the 10(Hh birthday mini-nwrlr Mm. S. I., Dtxldn. of (Jon HobL E. Ioo, nt the N J. Coruui was preparing 10 court limine. On the program were move lo (!uirHrl, MIm. Itev. Johwon Mlns Mnbollo Fuqua. MIhm MIm Dottto Davidson entertained Marie ilrevaril, Arch Dullow. lth a chufliiK dish parti. lion. K. T. Tylor and Miss Illanch Mrs W. H, Moslor, ago "B. illtHl Helm at her homo near thin city. Circuit court convened In Hickman, W W Hluhnrdson wns ground to It. J. Iltigg, presiding, nnd W. II. Hespieces, by an I. C. trnlr. nt Fulton. Tho ter, commonwealth attorney. Jen Tyler advertised for a live quail grand Jury comiosed of Joe A. Hh which to stock IiIh qimll puis Roper. Sam Ilnrd, II. A. Campbell, MIm Knto Hold gnvo n fllncli parEd liny wood, Jan. 1) Lodwldge. J. A. ty in honor of .MImfs Glenn. Wilson Thompson. A W. liigntm. W. S. Han', rnl mitwjry l, J O. label!. A. II Johnson. J. I.. H94m Halo was made Buporlntou-len- t J. C. Gnsklns. A. Huddloston, of ngunalus of Kentucky by the I. N Molds. J. T. Plumber. J. A. New York Life Ins. Co. Ihiriiott. S. N. Sweeney. Mnurlco Workmen wore engaged tonrlng Hnrry Klmos, Davo Nichols. Jay down Tom Thomas resldenco, which Spradlln. J J. Sony, Horry Threl-keld- . slid off tho hill Into tho street. Frvd Paschall. Allen Davis olrculuted n paper ask-lii- f n subscription for bulldliiK ' Home" I)r E V. Rose, or Dukedom, Teiin.. Telephone line from Wood-liim- l Mills to Illckmnn writes as follows: (Jontlemon The Courier Is received In my home with positive Joy. You not only print a good local shoot but your liberality shown In jour publication of the sermons stamps your paper supeilor to I enjoy the average local papers. the sermon feature very much and trust you will continue to print them Those who seek perfec- lion in silverware in An Impartial canvass for this enr variably choose forks, of your many renders would reveal spoons and (ancv serv- tho fact Hint thoro nro fow indeed Inir pieces (tamped with the renowned trade mark who do not on Joy the icllglous department of your paper. With host wishes for the prosperity of the Courier for the yenr 1!M2, I am. otc. ROGERS BRQS..S& The passing of years is like the In quality and beauty coming of dawn slow, silent. In- well- of design, this cannot known siUcr Is untur iNltnble Tho most eager passed. Its remarkthe quiet, lrrosostlblo movehasten able durability has ment nnd tho ' most .reluctant canwon it tho popular title "Silver tlatt not forbid. Somo glfta tho yours that Wears." bring which wo would fain decline Bold tiy Wailing Some uge, sorrow, dlsnpiiolntmont. dealers every where. Send (or treasures they take which we would ctlocue"(M," shoving all keep forever youth, beauty, Innodesigns. cence Hut there aro more precious MIRietN SUMTIIUMI llt treasures which time cannot supply (IoUrBlloll Pllm C., ami tho years cannot romovi friend MtRIKH. CONK. ship, patience, faith aud lovo Ex swr n y For some time a rumor has been current that Miss Mnyboll Lyon, of Eddyvllle Ky.. and Hobt. A. Tyler, of Illckmnn, wore to be married soon and this rumor is now supplanted h public announcement of tho fact ltoth parties aro well known and popular throughout Westorn Kentucky Miss Lyon is tho charming dnugbt of On. 11. H. Lyon; a gallant soldh r of tho Confederacy. Mr. Tyler fbn ter known to our homo folks as Ju plain Hob), la tho only sou of 0- n II. A Tyler, that distinguished Con federnto officer, citizen lawyer, phi lanthroplst, capatallst, otc, of Hick If man. tho approaching union doesn't oonitUno all the happy traits the "old South," It Is not tho faul' of parentngo. Hob is tho proprietor of tho famous Oak wood farm. Is es peclally noted for Its flno stock, nnd Ib a progressive clover follow. Of courso( they will make their home nt Illckmnn. - Threlkeld nnd wife have into town to spend the re- JUDGE ROBBINS WILL RUN. mainder of tho winter. Judgo J. E. nobblns. of Mayfiold, have on good authority that was In this city Tuesday mingling lll.kmrm is to have nnothor lumbar with frlonds. When interviewed by an in the near future a Courlor representative as to the possibility of his ontorlng the race for J W Newport, of Chicago, lumber Congress from this district, tho Judgo iiiclM'ctor for J. O. Nossen Lumber practically assurrcd him that ho Co Is here on business. would becomo a candidate in due Mrs C. G Schleuker wag called to time. -i to n. Ohio, last woek on account The First district hasn't a better of serious Illness of her sister. ploco of congressional timber thnn hesMrs M Atnberg nnd daughter, Miss Robblns, and tho Courlor doesn't itate to say that we believe he is wi'h pneumonia, are botli roporrted logical man for tho placo. Hore-tofor- o iiiiirh better nnd getting nlong nlcoly. the this nock of the woods has t' C Arrington tlls us that sov-er- been "rolling up the majorities" whllo sheep and pigs have frozen to the other fellows hold tho offices. Its time for a change, and we hope l .ith In his neighborhood during the to seo Judgo Robblns land in Ollle -i f.,iweek Jamo's old place. Ho Is a good, safe, No extra chargo for slight repairs competent man. or sewing on buttons. This ought to appeal to somo of you old bacheWANTED: A fow first clnss young lors. White Uros. men to trnvel for a wholesale manu the facturing company in the states of Rubo Waddell, who Joined American Stock Company- - here a few Tennessee and Missouri. Salary and weeks ago, and wiio was doing a oxponsos to right men. Call at Price baseball stunt for them, has quit Lbe House, room 20, Hickman Jan. footlights and returned to Hickman again- - tho tatter part of last week. Hickman has boon threatened with Tl.n '.i,,n..r. Mill , c ul.llt ,lrU-t- i Cflt a coal famlno. but A. A. Farls reurdny on account of the severely cold i ceived eight car loads Tuesday and wenthor. but was nut in operation a- - wo aro now safe if wo have tho gain Monday. The stave mill is shut price. down on account of the logs being L H Reeves, of Hoothpolnt, Tenn , frozen throuch and through and un Is thinking of molng to Hickman able to cut lumber on this account iimw-li IjouIs ' Yl jUi .fPPEriS.Soa F5 i Bo,0,l Ma yir Uflr Emsm""""ii; 'tnVUjHMj SWITCHBOARD HERE. The Cumberlaand Tele. Company's new switchboard and other equipment for this city arrived here Tuesday, and will be installed In their new quarters over the Courier office as soon as the weather will permit Manager Owen Informs us that the new board is arranged for four operators, and will be the finest outfit In this section of the state. Representative .Taggart or Kansas, says that Kansas Democrats are for Speaker Clark for president and adds: "There Is no longer only a that tho Democrat will carry Kansas next year. It rises above a possibility and becomes a strong probability that Kansas will give its vote to tho Democratic nominee for the presidency next year. MR. BUSINESS MAN: The Courwill handle the finest line of 1913 calendars that ever came to Hickpos-slbtll- t) ier man. Don't place an order with body until you see this line. any- House of Quality Dll-Io- It occurs to us that about tho ly way out of .tho past, prosent future forry muddle Is for the of Hickman to own and operate "Silver Plate that Wears" ferry buslnoss. For tho past yearn this business lias been l by more or loss litigntlcn. and the end lb not yot In sight Tin business interests-oHickman demand a first class forry service, and If it Is Impossible for private Interests to thrive without losing all they mnk' In Inwing, It might be to tho best in terest of, nil parties to let the clt look after tho business. linndi-cnpiMH- on nnd citv tin fl The .Mississippi river, on the Mis bouii side opposite Hickman, has been frozen over n distance of about Sou yards from the bank. Forry si r vice hos boon almost out of commis siou skiffs being tho only kind of craft that could "wenthor" the float Ing Ico. Passengers have boon walk lug out on tho Ice to board the skiffs but it was a trcachorous proposition slxty-threKentucky had has speakors of tho House of Ropresen-tathes- , tho first one bolng elected In 1792 and tho last one in 1912 The first ono wns tho Hon. Robt. Hrtck-onrldg-e and tho last ono tho Hon Claudo Terrell. Among these were mnny great men. o Wishes to announce that their stock of Winter goods are complete You can get exactly what you want here. H. . CURLIN The Quality Shop Only n few unsold lots In G H Price on theso Hond's subdivision will ndanco $5.00 per lot Feb, 1st rrrtnrviij pyi.iyiM'wwiwwiynif1' Shoe Sale All Winter Shoes Reduced BMH CIRCUIT COURT. The regular January term of the Court convened at the Court In House,... this city Alonuny niternoou 11? l lfn...l nt Dnj1itit.il, , f.i. . Willi J1IUKI! nreui " acting us special Judge In the of Judge It. J. Burr, who Is In Southern California for his lienlth. A. L. Iunkford was sworn In as di put; i riff nttd Is assisting the slui II, tfc.nldtr Johnson, in waiting Ml upon the court. Miss Cora Morehead Is acting as Court Stenographer. Grand Jury, Joe Unllard vs. Jno. Wright Jury nunnli'il nlnlntlff JGO damages. Thu ' plaintiff sued for damages by 01X 0f being beaten up by defendant 1,1 a fight In West Hickman. Hal- lard was a former policeman and was succeeded In office by Wright. The trouble was the result of Italian! making a remark when a drunk man was arrested by defendant and because he borrowed a buggy to carry the man to Jail ren-CircuI CRANE GIVES TWO Here' s a glorious opportunity to save money. Every pair of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes is included in this clearing sale at a bona fide reduction from former prices. S. W. Hardy, A. U. Horton, II. G. MILLION TO CHARITY Hale foreman. Stephen Kuliii, J. M. Atteberry, S. II. Barker, J. L. Atwlll, Jno. A. Mllnor, W. J. Moss It. II. WItL OF LATE IRON MASTER RICH-ARl'ewltt. J. A. Slgmou. W. J. Fields. T. CRANE. Petit Jury. Jesse McNeil, W. A. Johnston, J. Level Widow Fifteen Thousand Dollars Annually for Life and II. Wade. A. G. Klmbro. Chas. Noon-oTwo Homes. C. A. Barber, G. M. Polsgrovo, J. B. Plant. A. N. King. J. A. Itopor. Ed Williamson, C. J. Alexander S. Chieago. More than fe,000,UOu of the W. Boaz. A. W. Ingram, C. C Brown. W. J. Thomas, J M. Wiley, J. W. estate of the late Hicbard T. Cruue, iron Bland. D. M. Nichols Atkins Colo. matter, was beiuwithed by him to char-it)- , S. G. Tuckor. It M. Matheny. J. A. by the term of hi will, dipuimr Thomas, Julian Choato. lot mi estate of $10,000,000 rdtmated u uc. The will name Charles It. Cruue Commonwca th Cases. torn. ami ltlchsrd T. I Thu following glfu will be made from Joe Cavondar. selling whiskey with-- 1 out license, fined $20 nud costs. the estate within two year in fulllll- Mr. Will Anderson, breach of ponco, fln uient of the wwh of ed $10 ami costs. Crane: Geo. Coopsr, conversion of momsy, One million dollar ni a petition .mil etc,, fljed away. disability fiinil for the benefit of the 'Shonuan Douglns, malicious shoot- employes of the Crane Company. ing, filed uwny. One million dollar to juovide hornet Sherman Douglas, nttompt at nrron, In the country near Chieago for help- mod away Hnllln T.ivlnr nrtsnnll nn.l t.nHartr lest ehiWrcn and their mother (H' hundred thousand dollars to the filed away. Will Suliivan. obtaining property by United t'hsntie of Chleago a mi en- dowroent for the Mary Crane nursery. falso pretenses, filed away. W Mills, violating local option law, thousand dollar to the filed away. Visiting Nurses' Association. ' Twenty-eigh- t cases wero continued. The widow I to recolie I8,0)0 a year Jtmmle Johjison. carryingc onconled Hd both the city home and the UVn deadly weapon, dismissed. t0HMtrr llimlp for fA , concealetl u, lllat Mr. VrAM; deadly weapon, dlsmlssel. . ..... ,,a u,h n i I nun-oxetu km ffjPWl li. STYLE II 7019 Jjl I I SPECIAL- - We have placed on our counters a large assortment of all kinds of shoes in broken lines and odd lots, at prices you can't afford to miss if you need shoes for yourself or children. Give this your first attention saver. it's a real money 'OU know better than anyone else how you want to look and feel. There's n Knbo corset that is made specially for your type of figure, and by wearing it you'll get the style and the comfort you want. You are invited to inspect our complete assortment of KABO CORSETS epreed M ii M Millet & Alexander :g: ROUTE SIX. I I , ,. The Dry Goods Man. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfH Sleigh rklrng has been xrtatly In tills vicinity. Mrs Dlnlle Pollock visited Mrs. Lela Stone Sunday evening. V number of young people went Sunday and arrived just In timt' to enjoy a good dinner with Mr. and Mrs Owen Bon man. Miss Florence Jefferiea visited Mat and Mollie Stowe Saturday .and Sunday Henry Ilone was badly hurt about the head and face Tuesdny evening, caused by his horse Jumping over n ft nee while he was sleighing. George Gasktno and family, of Hostile. T'iin , who have been visiting Willie Jones and family, have move d to Hickman to reside. Little Clyde Shaw, who has been ery skk. in improving. Services at New Hope first Sunday in February. Everybody Invited. Miss Ola Whitworth was the guest of Mies lteddle Montgomery The residence or Mrs. J. D. Williams, at Clinton, was burned Monday. Loss $6,000; Insurance $3,500. When you go to order calendars, Mr. Business Man, ruuiomber you can set them at home a bolter line and cheaper than the avorago concern handles. Don't knock on the fellow who trades with Soaro & Saw-bucand thorn turn 'round und order your calendars from some city print shop. Its up to you. n k Babe Oorge. carrying concealed deadly weapon, dlsmlsed. Dave nnd Tom Morgan failure to support poor parent, filed away. Joe Wltherspoon, carrying concealed deadly weapon, trial b Jury, fined $25 nnd ton days in Jail inch Dewey, soiling whiskey with- out llconse, 2 cases, trial by Jury, fined $E0 and costs in each cuss nnd one case filed away. Virgil ItoiHirls. violating local op tion law. irwi ty jury. aciUltted ,oca' P"on lay trial by Jury'"""""B acquitted. This was ,"ne " bmfn ,U.S h'Y?"' A'"i u" ,!H,th of Mr Cra,,f-Hiehard T. fruiie are made th residuary legaiee and are eulrtntcl with earryuig on the business of the Crane loinpaiiy. "",,' ll t'hr,M AT e BOMB THROWN YUAN Killed Two Soldier .7. Leonard ("Baby") Bliss, reputed to be the biggest man In the world, was found (load in his home from gas at Hlooraflold, III., last week. He was was born May 4 18SG. His di mensions wore: holght C feet 4 inches waist 72 Inches; hips SG Inches; chest GG inches; thigh 42 inches; calf 27 inohos; collar 21 inches; hat 7 socks 12M: shoos 13; weights !7u pounds. and ton days In Jail Igan Wilson, setting up and opor- tlng game of craps, trial by Jury 5-- earrs-g- e was an IntoxicaUng drink. attache,! to the .. .n T ' h"" bc'"1 hu" Itobt. Jackson, selling whiskey with. made attempt warned out license acquitted by Jury urK' l,l Addle Hawks, selling whiskey with- - Ktt,H,t hI llfe- - Friend premier to capitulate and oUier, fwr-out license, fined $26 nnd costs. Joe Busby, brencJi of pence fined 'nS hm aa4liutlon, urged him to taVn $" and costs. refuge in the foreign coneusslons at Itoy Smith, shooting on public high- - Tien Tin. i wa'' flnd $75 nnd costs. The revolutionaries have more than Charley Wright, setting up nnd oj- - once threatened Yuan with dvnamite. f Car,lB' Un Kame ,B a"1 The trmltT' however, informed Sir John costs ' Jordan, the British minister, that he kW-lemperine and Horses Weie by Explosion. 1l.iu. A )imih Ud ttirnwn flt Vm m, Yuan Khih Kai'a carriage Monday Two ooldlera and the hor.es ,,,,.. Four House Plants FREE We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely free to our lady readers in this section. These plants consist of ,'h ' JT 1 MRS. LAWSON CARNATION 1 GERANIUM 2& iii. trWXrynTS - twenty-flv- o a",a""- 1'- " usually escorted of 1 FLOWERING BEGONIA 1 BOSTON FERN By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman we can offer the Hickman Courier one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year, both for hI k,nK-fine- c"iaKe through the street ISLAND IV $200. (fcetofaw Please Read These Two Letters. ,11 ans Compound lias been tho standard remedy for female Ills. Xo one slek with woman's ailments does justlco to liorjoIf who will not try this famous medicine, mado from roots nnd herbs, it "las restored ho ninny suffering women to health. s0taWrlttoLYIAL'.riNKIAMMElH'INKCO. 1 (CONFJDKNTIAIj) LVNJi, MASS., for iidvlce. Your letter will bo opened, read nnd answered Vy a woman anil held In strict confidence. Tho following litter from Mrs. Orvillo lock will prove how urnviao It Is for women to submit to tho dangers of a surgical operation when it maybe avoided by talcing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comiwund. fehe Avas four weeks In tho hospital nnd came homo Hiiffcrinc: jvorso thou before. Then after all that sulTering Lydia E. J'hik-havegetable Compound restored her health. IIERE IS HEH OVTS STATE31XXT. Paw Paw, Jilieh. "Two j'ears ago I suffered ,7C'jSa''' very severely with ft displacement I could nob bo on my feet for a long time. 2Iy physician treated mo for several months without much relief, and at last sent mo to Ann Arbor for an operation. I was there four weeks and came homo suffering worse than lcforc. My mother advised mo to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable and I did. I am well and strong and do all my own housework. I owo my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vetretnblo Comnnnnil nnd advice every woman who is aillicted with any female complaint to try it." Mrs. Okville Hook. 11. 1L Xo. 6, Paw Paw, Mich. "THERE KEVJ3II WAS A WORSE CASE." Rockport, Ind. "Thero never was a worse case of women's ills than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I Buffered. For over two years I was not able to do anything. I was in Iwd for a month and tho doctor said nothing but an ojwration would euro me. My father suggested Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ; so to please him I took it. and I improved wonderf ully, so I am able to travel, ride horseback, tako long rides and never feel any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suffering women to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound a trial before submitting to an operation." Mrs. Maroaiiet Meiikdith, It. F. D. No. 3, Itockport, Inu. Wo will pay a handsome reward to any person who will provo to us ,that theso letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of these women wero paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tho original letter from each did not come to as entirely unsolicited. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Cbm-Ioun- d, To-da- y T,,,B' go to press. The regular panel was exhausted and 2o nnmos wore drawn from the Jury wheel and summoned by the shorlff. Moti of the proof was before the Jury yesterday, but leave was granted defendant to pro- uuce more evidence uhirli brought in this morning. Or. E. G. Overby was fined $2 for contempt of court for failure to an swer summons. Capt. A. A. Smith, violating tnent option law. nine cases, continued Albert Stacy and Snm Cleaves, detaining woman, continued. Will Whltson, malicious shooting, continued. Jesse Moore, murdor found guilty of manslaughter by Jury. Three Indictments hnd boon returned by the grand Jury up to Wednesday night. Silas Jackson, sotting up nnd operating gnme of craps, fined jr.O and costs H. M. Hoach. n guard at tho Eddy-vlll- e penitentiary, wns allowed J25.50 as his expenses for bringing J. W Patterson horo as a witness for the Commonwealth against Davo Morgan charged with false swearing. A Jury was scenred in IJert Wallace murder case Iato Wednesday afternoon nnd most of tho evidence wns before tho Jury by 10 o'clock Wednesday night. The following com posed the Jury: J. II. Wade, C. A Harbor, Ed Williamson I). M. .Nichols, J. A. Thomas. Swan Humm. .I.ir dan Champion, Joe Ferguson, II. H Irvine. It. A. Fields, L. A. llrock, T II Marncs. Atty. A. M Tyler for the Commonwealth nnd Atty. F. 3. .Moore for tho defendant presotUed tho case to tho Jury for their respective sides. Tho bond of J. W. Morris as Circuit Lierk was approved. J. W. .Morris filed his bond ns trim. tee of tho Jury fund nnd same was ap proved. Tho bond of W. A. Nnylor. Judge of ruuon uounty court wns approved. caSvf.Sbe&a,i!fwear,nBwo HOCK SELLS h BONDS at CoaPay wi New York. Bri(Je An Mississippi Memphis, of $!,000,000 5 per cent gold debenture bonds ha been sold to a New York banking house by the Chicago, Hock Ialand and Pa iwiue $1.30 and give these four house plants, postage paid, absolutely free The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florist's greenhouse to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We arc only allotted a few hundred of these plants, therefore we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our allotment. The papers cost $ .00 each and the plants arc easily worth $1.00, so we offer you the lot, worth $3.00, for only $1.30. Address all orders to THE COURIER, Hickman, Ky. 1 The proceed Hallway Company. will bo used for terminal addition and betterment by the ytem and for refunding urpop. New- - terminals and a bridge aero the MU(ilppl river at Mcinphl mid addieific tions to the company' terminal prK-r-tiat Omaha are among the improie-menplanned, according to the comfurther pany' announcement, which states that for a period of two year the management will not avail itnelf of the privilege of selling any of the first reforming mortgage or company' other bond, retaining them in the treasury as they become luable a mar kctablo asset. Accused Falls Atleep. Nohlusvlle, I ml. While tho mother-in-latold in court her story of how he had murdered his wife, Harry lliatt dropped asleep in tho prisoner's box. Tho witness, Mrs. Albert Voss, said lliatt, who had been separated from his wife, came to the Von farm, took his baby in hi arms, walked into the barnyard, where Mr. lliatt wa, and fired three bullet into her body. He then put hU child on the ground, re loaded hi revolt cr nnd walked away. lliatt' plea is insanity. Danqueters Talk Reciprocity. Kerlin. Iteclproclty between Germany nnd tho United State of America furnished the keynote of the anniversary banquet of tho American Association of Commerce and Trade, held here. Ludwlg Max Goldberger, who is privy councillor r of tho imperial nnd a German consultation board for commercial measures, declared that thn timo was ripe for real nnd libera! reciprocity between the two nations. leading-membe- 823 iHr N Civil Cases. l" JAtKNMteTS"4' Bownro nnd be careful of tho open grato and tho "unloaded gun." Only nbout 120 more days until tho opening of tho straw hat season. Ho v. W. C. Waters presiding older for this district, will preach at tho First Methodist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and nt WeBt Hickman Chapel Sunday night. On Monday night at 7 o'clock ho will preach nt the First Methodist church and after sermon will hold quarterE. J. Parsons vs. Travelers Insur- ly conference Tho pastor, Hev G ance Co., dismissed at tho cost of W. Wilson, will preach at East Hickplaintiff. man Chapel tomorrow (Friday) night. Not much headway has boon made with the civil docket. Nana Nnylor vs. Hen Naylor, continued. I'earl Klutts vs. IJob Klutts, continued. Fred Porry vs. Ioln Perry, dismissed without prejudice. Bessie- - Hunch vs. Jim Dunch. dismissed without prejudice. A. & J. Plaut, vs. A. S. IJarkott, continued. Scott Moster vs. A. D. Cook, continued. Itachael Mann vs. J. W. Hurst, continued. Gondry Hroa. Gro. Co. vs. Gholson & Carter, continued. MISSED noir n.isr orroR TL'smu lure rou' A BUSIXFJS HUM arroRWNiTr. 1 DANK ACCOUNT CU'U MEANS Cklti IT A Nil THE CHANCE TO IMPROI'l. EACH LET THIS IIANK isg Tii.tr o.vir a 4T rov HANKl m CO II Gvirai5Q.Q 0 029Ay,TRUST 32S002! in IS BANK AND HICKMAN" r- - in&A .tSiAX m "T-"- jj Look Here, Men Being overstocked with Mens k ,&J I am go and Bovs Overcoats, ing to close out every coat in f the house at cost. The biggest u overcoat values ever shown in SE 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. GUARANTEED To he alt wool To wear to your .sutltfertlon, , (ottrier's tpj-'otn- e tircle ! It is said that ono night, when some English soldiers were shivering in the cold of a Crimean winter a band struck up the familiar tune, "Home Sweet Home!" then they nil burst out sobbing, because the air went straight to their hearts. Yea! "Thero Is no place like home," One of the sweetest words in the English language is that llttlo word, "Homo," Home should be A world of love 0& "A world of strife shut out; shut In." Homo Is a haven of rest to man MoUior, after a hard day's wrok. you may bo tired" after a trying day with the children, but remember that others havo trying days too. Father fe has been In tho office all day pouring over business perploxiUcs or financial problems but now he locks tho office door and with a sigh of rellof h? thinks of Ms loved ones nnd turns hi faco towards the rest and ponce of home. Don't meet him at the door with a look on your faco that would stop an eight day clock. (Jr.-c- t him with a smllo, make him fet-like home is the sweetest nnd nioHt restful place on carUi. Huscourteous In the homo. band, troat your wifo like a lndy in the homo as well as on tho street. If you want your boy to bo "ft llttlo geiiilemnn" whon he is away from home, ho must hae oxample as well as precopt in tho home. Example will do moro for the boy and girl than nny book on rules of etiquette. He The Courier Is glad to nee and know of young men, either as Individuals or In organizations, who are us ing the goldon hours of youth in suitable endeavor to fit themselves for useful, honorable and chrlsUan manhood; and for young men who spend their lolsure and their evenings in profitable employments, study or com pany. Wo are deeply sorry for any young mau who adopts tho opposite course, because wo know his future will be made less useful and happy by It popular though t It may be, We would not by nny means abridge and, alas, Is, to a deplorable extent. l any emjoyments or recreaUons we arc not advocating a hermit life, or low or selfish excluslveness not at all. Let our young men bo buoyant of spirit, active. Joyous and sociable but always under Uio wholo-som- o o restraints that high alms, purposes, and moral and religious motives Impose without oppressing; and that aro intelligently recognized nnd cheerfully accepted by them. law-fulno-bl- yo Years withCoughs makes us have grea confidence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats, and weak lungs. We want you to have confidence in it, as well. Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it. He knows. Keep in close touch with him. One of Aycr's Pills at bedtime will cause an increased flow of bile and produce a gentle laxative effect the day following. Formula on each box. Show it to your doctor. He will understand at a glance. Dose, one pill at bedtime. Just one. XkI. br th J. a. ATXH CO., Low.ll. Kin. Give us summer or give us nace heated house. & Cherry Pectoral. We have had seventy vsnrs of experience with Ayer3 This BALD HEADS NOT WANTED. fur- Vi. f. wai'mMmMMMIfA i wttiiim,m 4V7777vw7rl tf"tf''fftfigi fi - Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. s Don't forget that of tho hnpplntss you will over have, you will gt at homo. " Wo talk about being independent but Uio Independence that comes to n man when his work is over, and he fools that ho has run out of tho storm Into tho quiet of tho harbor of homo where ho ran rest In peace with his family is nn Independence that is real. nine-tenth- Oh! fierce Is tho heat And weary Is tho street, And all day long COASTINQ WAS GOOD Drvg Storei Have Dig Sate on Liniment and Court Platter. Half hundred sleds, of ns innny different patterns, loaprd tluwn the north Mil side of the city Sunday lmd Uio time of and tb youngster tblr Mvw. Tlio heavy sleet of Fri-UHud Saturday made coasting (oad. Several of the "scorehcrs" nro carrying nrtHH in UtiK" and won ring yards of court plnrtor on thalr faces. Amang wUiers, who also "aMd" wore: .Us Itubyo Ttiomns, ankle apraln-m- l y double door of depot and landed In NORTHERN SURVCY a pile of lumber. Completed and Engineers Hobt. Dougherty, bad gash out in Start West. cheek; ran Into brick depot building. Don Walker, faces lacerated and Tho northern wrvy of tho proarm sprained; ran Into big Iron Knto posed lntorurban lino from this city putt. Carl Thomas, anklo sprained and to Morganfleld, Ky., has boon by tho field corps of tho Kenfaco cut; thrown on railroad crosstucky Southwestern Electric Hallway ing. Light and Power Compaany. The The slick sidewalks have also causonglneers nrrlvcd In Pnducah Tuos-daed a big list of ombrasslng accidents night nnd will start on tho line folks taking n sudden notion to nit , from Pnaducnb to Grahamvllle, down with their feet In this position Raglaud aand Barlow this morn V. ing. Paducah' com-plate- d Ban-dannt. It is work, work, work; Hut farewell work Whon twilight's come, And tho heart turns home. Oh! tho nest for Uio bird And Uio hive for tho beo; And home, home, home For my dearies and mo mnko much difference whether you ow n your houso or homo but one llttlo room In that house you can make that litUo room a homo to you. You can furnish it with such It does not Mm Ornao Klmorur, back hurt. Another sled overtook thorn and a wrck followed. King Davis, log bruised. Leonard Harris, back sprained, alod fn under team with him. Vktw Amborg, anklo sprained; colled with another sled. Will Cnrpontor nrm wronohod; collided with nnothor slod. Will bright, bodily brulsoH nnd ..Ide burrun Into and knocked down big - at tho far oven, becnuso the linprovomonts In north nnd play hmoc with the ikln, Wast Hlckmnn nro making thorn double in value LOOK OUT! I CERTAINLY AM going to keep on raising until they got whoro tlioy ought to bo. G. H. Bond. After Fob. 1st tho fow lots loft In my subdivision will bo $5 higher and Frightful Polar Winds pretty soon you can't buy at 190 blow with terrific force benuUfylng thoughts, you can turn to It wiUi such sweet fancies, that It will bo fairly lumlous with tholr presence, and will be to you tho very porfectlon of n home. Baldntis Is Too Generally Considered a Sign of Advanced Age. person docs not have A nn equal chanre with one blessed with a healthy head of hair, because baldness Is too generally accepted as an Indl ntlon nt age. Many large corporations lime established nn nge limit, and refuxo lo take men over 33 years of age us new employee-- . people Proluiblv 15." of may regain a pwd head of healthy hnlr If they will follow our advice and our offer. We have a remedy Uiat we pnslt'il,v guarantee to grow hair n nny head, unless the roots of the hair are entirely dead, their follicles wd. nnd the scalp has become glazed uid lil:v e want people to try this remsi nt our risk, with the distinct uni'er'n'idlng that unless it does exactly uliiit we claim it will, and gives MiHifm tUm In every respect, wo shall mnke no liargo for the remedy used lurliiL- - the trial. We know exactly whnt we are talk-In- ? about, and with this offer back of iritrwiu!K no one should scoff, oi do ibt our word, or hesitate to put our Miiedv to nn actual test. We want every one who is suffering from nny x'alp or hair trouble, fulling hair, or baldness to try our Hexnll "!3" Hair Tonic. We want them to use It regularly say until three bottles have been used and if It does not eradicate dandruff, cleanse and refresh the scalp, tighten the hair In Its roots, nnd grow new hair, wo will return every cent paid us for tho reniedv for the mere asking. There Is no formality expected, nnd we exact no obligation from the user whatever. We make this offer with a full under .standing Unit onr business success entirely depends upon the sort of treatment we accord our customers, and wo would not dare make the above offer unless we were positively certain thnt we could substantiate It In every particular. Hemember, you can obtain In this community Rexall only nt our store The Rexall Store. Tho Hlckmnn Drug Co. bald-headebald-heade- d lie-reI dan-dmff. Jim Reeves, of the Clayton neighborhood, has moved to this city. WANTED: A correspondent for tho Courier In the Clayton neighborhood. extra fine cypress FOR SALE AT ONCE One million shingles. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. No extra charge for slight repairs or sowing on buttons. This ought to appeal to some of you old bachelors. White Bros. The date of tho Jack Johnson-JiFlynn fight, scheduled to take place somo time between now and July 4, will bo announced within tho next ten days. The family shoes will cost more this year than they did In 1911, according to the statements made by members of Uio National Boot and Shoe Manufactures' Association. FOR SALE: Two residences on Troy avenue. Good lot, barn, etc. One house has 10 rooms; the other 4 rooms Lot 100x180. Also another good residence near the Presbyterian church. All of these are A No. 1 piece of property. Reasonable terms. Apply at this office. The Democratic National CommitIn session at Washington Tuesday, decided on BalUmore as the place of holding tho Democratic National Convention this year to nominate a candidate for President and and June 25th Is tho New York. date of Uio meeting. Chicago and St. Louis were also applicants for the big meeting, but Baltimore ordered more money for It than the others $115,000. tee Vice-Preside- . jt rmirfJRiT Indigestion causes heartburn, nausea, impure blood, and more trouble titan many different kinds of diseases. The food you cat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms arc absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try E62 It has boon cold enough In Hickman, but how would you like swingnatter ing In n hnmniock, supper at Duluth, Minn., Friday, who tho temperature reached CG degrees thoniiomotors Tho below oroT burst at that figure becnuso tho mor-cur- y froro. One of Uio contestants to succeed to tho vacnncy In tho houso of representatives from tho First Kentucky district caaused by tho oloctlon of Ollie M. James to tho sonnto will bo Hal 8 Corbott, of l'adticuh. W. E. nnd Klmor Whlto wuro called to Fisk. .Mo., last weok on account of Illness of their brothor nnd slstor, Tho both of whom had pneumonia. llttlo slstor, 4 years old, died Sunday. causing red, rough or sore chapped hands nnd lips that need Bucklon's Arnica Salvo to heal them. It makos tho skin soft and smooth. Unrivalalso bums, bolls, ed for sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only 25 cents 'nt Holm & Ellison. cold-soro- stomach, nervousness, sour If s For Uio fow lots unsold In my subdivision, I nm asklnc about half of what they aro worth, so on Feb. 1st, I will rnlho them $5.00 per lot. J. J Cruco is a now Courier reader. Ho nnd hU brother, Hoy, wore hero from Cnyco, Monday, on business. Only n fow unsold lots In G. II. Bond's subdivision. Prico on theso will ndvnnco $G.OO per lot Feb. 1st. Pnducah wns selected as tho of tho 1913 meeting of tho tucky vStnto Labor Federation. loca-Uon Black-Draug- ht the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramorc, of Qoodwatcr, Mo., says: "I suffeied tor years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Tlicdford's In small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now I can eat without Try it. distress." Uiack-Draug- Ken- If you want better shingles, try our California Redwood. Reymold, Moss Lumber Co. A. A. Mose Insist on Thedford's Farls has been on tho sick Barkstt la on l'st this week. the elck list. Wife, your power In tho houso is unlimited. You nro its queen. There, at least, your sway Is undisputed. Thero is nothing that can so lift a mnu up that can Inspire him to grea achievement, ns Uio feeling that ho has athissido a woman whom he can truly lovo, whom ho can fully trust, Cancer has becomo so prevalent and nt whoso feet ho may bow In in Kentucky with such fatal results, You Intensify his according to statistics gathered by highest respect. Joy nnd blunt the keen edgo of his sor the state hoard of health that it is row. It 1b true that it takes a estimated that one out of every 12 grand woman to do this, but you can woman nnd one out of ovory 17 grand woman. mon in Kontucky who llvo to bo 35 be that Tho years old, will die of cancer. statistics show that during tho last Young man, when you think of makyear in Kentucky there woro S10 ing a homo nnd seek n mate, look deaths vof cancor. Beauty for the permanent qualities. Ono of our exchanges on Jan. 4th. Is only skin deep; character Is eterlargo "Do Your nal. Tho Madonna faco is beautiful, 1912, contained n Shopping" ndvortlsemoiit but when you look closely you find Christmas It on tho front pago. A largo Thanks- that it Is beauty of expression. shows love, gentleness, self sacriflco giving cartoon would hayo and sweetness. Hers would be tho an Ideaal front page. womanly arms In which you would want to lay your head when nil the world Is fading from your sight. Her HOW OLDPEOPLE fingers mny never havo written a sen tenco that will llvo, but It Is thoso fingers that you lovo and will want May Prolong Their Lives nn advanced ago waste Is more-rapi- to close your eyes In tho last sleep. At thnn repair. Tho organs net tnoro slowly nnd less effectually than In youth. Tho circulation is poor, tho A Bundle of Precepts. blood thin and watery, tho appctlto Honor Uiy father and thy mother; poor and digestion weak. Wo want to say to every aged per- lovo tho wife; reverence tho husband;i son In this vicinity that Vlnol. our do- - prouike not tho children to wrath; llnlmia xnil llvnr nllil trnn tnnlc (with bo kindly nffectlonnto ono to nnothor; out oil) will prolong llfo. It creates tender hearted, pitiful, forgiving, digestion and makes nn appetite, aids to another In love, show-lu- g good blood. In this natural manner morcy with cheerfulness; In honreplaces Vlnol retards wasto and weakness with strength, giving now or preferring ono another; rejoicing nnd weeping In sympaUiy; striving fo llfo to tho worn system. If pcoplo In this vicinity only real- peaceablo living; not rendering railized how Vlnol Invigorates old pcoplo ing for railing, but contrarywise wo would not bo ablo to supply tho blessing. demnnd. Careful observance of those rules Try a bottlo of Vlnol with tho un- would drive out nil Jealousies and bo derstanding that your money will and Jangllngs which rob Uio homo of returned If It docs not holp you, Its poa and er4r. Heir & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. coni-plote- d Fresh Jk o'l st 41 are as necessary to the cure you are trying to effect as your doctor's advice. For if the prescription he gives you is not filled in the right way by the use of fresh drugs and careful compounding, all his ability cannot aid you. Bring your prescription to a pharmacy where not only the highest skill is used but where we pride ourselves, as professional men, on the purity and freshness of our drugs. By helping your physician in this, as in other things, you make that cure quick and certain Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. 1 10 Cumberland No. 45 -- j i. Hijnj1 "i If fl ii WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING .ajJjaq Incorporated ? 5i tX VKTW. S'V AMKfrv'fcS&'r.'taftJ The Courier's Weekly Sermon T- - lly t'ASTOK Jtr88!CM."T t l:n. hall and party i:: 7!I5 PHILIPPINES Pastor Engraved Calling Cards, (Veddlng Invitations, Src See samples. At Courier Office. Is The Everything You Want iWtZUKM Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Ments in the cityf"fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Hcinz's, 57 varieties. If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. KENTUCKY vvv'vvlvvvvwvvvv A. M. TYLERX Attorney-at-Law RE If and Notary Public POULTRY Will practice in all Courts of the State. 3 NESTS CAN BE KEPT CLEAN Office over Rice's Shoe Store Detailed Instructions With Illustration Showing How Hens are Made More Comfortable. In order to make "easy to clean" nests, first tako a slxtocn-lncboard (A), bne Inch thick and whatever length you desire to make your nests Then fasten hinges (B) on bottom side and fasten bottom to wall with hinges Then make your partitions twenty by sixteen inches by twelve The Purpose of an Advertisement is to serve your needs. 1 3X3S0aSS3J reach. An advertisement in this paper is a reference guide to those whose wants are worth supplying. rmnsssssa It will help sell your goods talk to the peoplo you want to B 0 De a Cleaned. h Nests Can Business -- Directory ASK FOR. RATES- - Inches deep. Put a four-Incboard In front of nest, carved out slightly as In Illustration The partitions, top and bottom (A), are fastened to nests with leather straps (C) hooked on nails. Another four-Incboard (D). which Is fastened to partitions. Is placed In front of nests for the hens to fly up on before entering the nests. When you want to clean nests, unhook straps (C) and let bottom fall down. I find this an easy way to keep nests clean, writes E. 1L Schulte In tho Farm and Fireside. h BT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: LUNCH COUNTER FOR CHICKS Poultry Raiser of Many Years' Experience Describes Hopper He Finds to Be Satisfactory. Every Sunday s. m. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. 11 Tho builder of this Attorney-at-Lahopper for feeding poultry has found by many years' experience that It JU...e in LuLwd Uuuding on corner. pays to let chickens have a constant supply of wheat and other grain, and Hickman, Ky. he claims that It is economy In the long run to use a hopper that supplies DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD feed at all times but prevents waste. Dentist The method of throw-ln-g out grain for the chickens to Uaudfcon's old stand. Phono No. 2. scramble for results in the overfeedHickman, Ky. ing of the strong and greedy fowls, and the consequent waste ot feed, while on the other band the weaker HICKMAN FURNITURE O. and less aggressive of the flock do funeral Directors and Embalmers. not get their sharo. This home-mad- e device is designed Phone 21) day or night. to solve the problem, and the hopper Hickman, Ky. is so arranged that the chickens can WOODLAWN DAIRY W. J. McMURRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Tho only dairy In County1: Fulton W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Ilcareo and drivers furnished on short notice. GRAIN 7""""""""r- - world." and that the great ruler "Satan, the Prince of this world." Crowds In Manila. The Church la the Kingdom. The Pastor claimed, however, that i he Clnirvh Is the Kingdom of Messiah. Foreign Missions Investigation Com. In nti emliryotlc. slate. It Is the Kingdom ot heaven sutTering violence, as mittee Given Every Means For Not i.Mattliew xl. 11M The lng Civil and Missionary Activities l.sus said King suffered violence. Ills Apostles RusAmongst the Filipinos Pastor violence, and all of Ills faithsell Tells Auditors That Christ's suffered ful follower since then have suf Kingdom, When Established on Earth, This lesson, to enfcred violence. Will Exere se Autocratic Power. dure lolence as good soldiers. Is one of loyalty upou tho Manila. Jan. of the tests who, protlng faithful,called may Uth.-G- on. W. P. and chosen, Jolijt-belrwith Jesus In Ills II n 1 1, second in become command of the Messianic Kingdom. l 8. Army nud at As the glorified Jesus Is to be the one time Military Great King, the Great Priest and the Gotcrnor of the Great Judge of the world during the Philippines, Is hero thousand ears of Ills glorious reign, In company with so the elect Church, gathered from ev ery nation, people, kindred and tongue, PaBtor C T. Bus-seluuder-klng- s under-prlestProf. F. II. are to lie and subordinate Judges. The Kingly L. Itoblson. Dr. W. Jones, Mr. J. Ottlce will be for the ruling, control! (fcSTOUgJBSEtl) v J T. D. Pyles. Mr. lng and xubdulng. with authority and n. W. V. Kuchn power: the Priestly Ollice will be ex blessing, encourageand .Mr. It. It. Maxwell, the special ercl.ed for the ment. Instruction and assistance of nil Committee of foreign Missions Inves- who will avail themselves of the glotigation, appointed by the Internationprivileges of that time to become al Bible Students Association. They rious perfect men and to attain everlasting wetv heartily welcomed and given ev- life. misery facility for noting civil and The title of Judge Is n comprehen sionary ncthltle nmougst the Filipislve one: It Includes the giving of a nos Pastor Ittusell gave two addressns well ns the passing and exe ee todny to large audiences, chiefly trial cutton of the sentence at the close. Americans. We rcwrt his address Day world will be a from the text. "Tby Kingdom come. The trial years for the long. ISee II Peter 111. thousand Thy will be done on earth, as It is done 7. 8.1 St. Paul says. "God hath ap In heaven." He said: pointed ii day In which He will Judge Many of us hare learned to apprethe world In righteousness." He also ciate a Ilepubllcau form of governadvises us, "Know ye not the ment as the very highest type of civil sstnts shall Judge the world?' that Nevertheless, the Bible administration teaches that Messiah's reign will be that of a Monarchy; not only so. It DLOCKADED will be it ery exclusive and aristoEvery Household In Hickman cratic Monarchy. Additionally, it will Should Know How to Resist It. be most autocratic theocratic. At ttrsL in alarm, we are rcaSy to way. Would not that be n most dangerous condiTho back mayacho becausotho kidtion of things? Ordinarily yes. but neys aro blockaded. when I shall describe the nature of the Help the kidneys with tholr work. Kingdom nud Its personnel, all your The back wll acho no more. fenrs will assuredly vanish. Lola ot proof that Doan'a Klidnoy The Reason cor the Failure of Napoleon and Papacy. Pills do this. Scrlpturally. the Klugdom Is describIt'a tho best proof, for It comes ed as Earth's Fifth Universal Empire. troui Hickman, I remind you of the Divinely Inspired C. A. Wutson, lllckman, Ky., says: dream of King Nebuchadnezzar, as by the Prophet Daniel. The toiuu youra 1 was a ictlm of great Image of Daniel 11, 31 was de- - juunoy compiuiuu '1 hurts wcro paiiu e sciiU'd us representing the four in tho small of my back, which oro Universal Empires of earth aiwajs moro sooro when 1 stooped (Irecla and iluliylou, MikIiv Persia. Koine No fifth Universal Empire has or Uttud. My back ached at nigai and when 1 urosu in tho morning, 1 nt'ii M)ss)it: hence the failure of n lid of Papucy to accomplish win very tauio. 1 buctauo oasily llioa heir intentions. and occokiouuiiy sutturcd irom nerI'lie Pastor dec In ml that the present vous spbiu. boihurcd uiu. oxi'niinciilx of Europe represent the 1 waj suujucl to dtzzy spells durius nil t.ws of Nebuchnilnezzar's Image. my 'id xpretsl the belief that very uuicli moio wum a biurriut; of sol-Hvheu 1 caught cold, It sin tliev will In smitten In a great slijut, u on my kiuuuju auu at kucu me of trouble, as outlined In this ruiiiiecy The trouble will entirely Umus, tho passages of tho sucrulious cfi nway nil present liuinun govern bocaiuo too irctjuunt. 'ltiu vas par of Messiah licuiurly aunojiuK during Uiu naj.ni ii'tits. imil the i rill grndtmlly. durlug a thousand and 1 was ottou forced to aruo fco- fiirx All the whole earth. lUd- This. In .Seliui'linduezzar's vision. oral Umus. Learning ot Loau's uuy i'Uls, 1 procured a box ut iluim . dm pit tunc! In the stone, taken out of diy he tiinuiitnlii without hands, ralracu-iisa- . 6i Kliison'B LnUg tuort; uud which smote the Imnge In Its alter using them, 1 received great reel nud tlifti bs'ume. Itself, a great lief. Alter 1 had taken tho conlountnln or Kingdom, and tilled the tents of tnis box 1 was curod. lauv-o- r vliole earth. lose an opportunity In rocommund-luVntli'lpatlng thoughts In the minds Doau's Kluuo) Pills to other suff his heurers. Pastor Russell claimed flint Clirlsteiidom has been astray for ferers and shall always keep thum some time on this point: that It bns In tho house." Christ's Kingdom as already exFor aalo by all ealers. Price 60 isting The kingdom of Europe unit- cents. Fostor-MilburCo., Iluffalo, edly are called Christendom, which Now York, solo m;onUj for tho Unitmeans Christ's Kingdom. Hut alas! stild the Pastor, how untnie! Tho king- ed States. doms claim upoii their coins to be Komcmber tho namo Doan'a and reigning by the grace of God, yet the tako no other. IIIMe nv ili.'it they are "kingdoms of Russtll Speaks to this Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. k i MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 l. HICKMAN m MARBLE WORKS - KhTAIII.IHIlKI- IVA JJjk,f TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. Huccuor to It. O, lUtlnlnasp, drcrunli Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING. STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. jy Hickman, Kentucky sHJSwsss" s,. "xfMCTis1 Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY DIHKOTOItrt IL M. 1HLKU II. T. HAV1H Hr.J. M. HUllllAUn IIKSHY KANOHIt J.J.ULIlO.NtlUIUNT (IKO.ll.THIlRI.KHI.lt T.A.I.KIirOUIt "1-o- r sue-itsv- with sound banking. J. J, We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS O. IlONIil'ltANT. i s MasaMniMWaiMia.wMMaMmMwa PUBLIC 8ALE 180 Acres Land to be 8old to Highest Didder. I will sell to th hlsrneit and belt bidder at aprced sale, between J. A I'rril.lnu II. t' IlAMAfiK. A." Oihler YIIOMI'MLS. hlrf e XjUAVU Klni-'diiu- LAUNDRY -- AT- to g de-Inr- n t Basket leaves every The northeast quarter of Section Tuesday afternoon 32, containing 18U acres more or less, bounded on the south by Met BwtWork Lowest Prices Lunsford, east by Tom Roberts, '. north by Johnnie Lane, west by Sam Salmon, being the land boueht from Mrs. H. E. Warren. Nice 5 room house, modern plumo-inCall 2 halls, for sale at cost Terms : one half cash, balance on six months time at 6 per cent, bank- M. Shaw, Peoples Bank. mon: able note. o(10a. m, and 12 m, nn Monday, January, 29, 1912, at the Court House in Hickman, the following land, belonging to Sam Sal- I R.L.Bradley i Goalder Johnson. Los Ansolcs, Cal. tfV ' X7f BSough tor Lumber Section of Hopper. &ale... any time of the wheat, cracked corn, kafflr or Egyptian corn, and a part corn-meMill located on Dresden Road dry mash composed of one bran, well and two parts light miles east of Hickman. mixed Each bin has a small nolo at 2 the bottom, covered with a slldo Into If you are m need of anything the trough to regulate the flow of grain as It Is eaten, so none Is losL in this line, see It contains enough to feed two or three dozen fowls for about a month, Dr. J. M. HUBBARD and can bo cheaply constructed out of packing cases, with a roof of tarred paper It should be sot In the yard ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. boards to prevent on Ail persons holding claims against moisture from the ground molding the feed. tho estate ot rank Thompson, Tho designer of this hopper has aro hereby notified to filo used It for several years and states o same with the undersigned on or of the amount that It saves 1, 1912, or same may bo of feed formerly used and Increases Feb. the egg production very greatly. forovcr burred. 3. L. Doifdsr -2 two-by-fobo-forono-thlrd Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. cat at al Moving pictures Saturday night i Call 195 for Cleaning, Prcsalmj, and Repairing. Whito Bros. Dollar a Kiss Is Price. One dollar was the prlcf paid for a kiss by David Bell, a taxIcKb driver. Boll took the kiss from Miss Violet Tompleton of Feb. C. "Weary Willie Walker." San Francisco, whom ho had transFob. 29. "Human Hears." March 19. "Tho Qlrl & tho Tramp" ported to the railroad depot, whore ho' suddenly discovered that she waa March 20. "Tho Thief." without funds. Miss Tompleton, upon maklns the discovery, said her face was her fortune and leaned forward ZTT tW at LADY WANTED. BeU took the bint and the kl.. To Introduce our complete Spring the result. lino of beautiful wool sultlngs wash Dances Seven Hours and Dies. fabrics, fancy walstlngs, silks, etc., 8L Paul, Minn. After dancing for udkfs, lacts and pottlcoats. All up seven hours, A. E. Scott to date N. Y. City Pattorns. Finest young woman partner to atook his refroah-mestand Feed and Sale Stable. lino on tho market. Dealing direct pled over at a dance hall and topLivery, dead as he was about to with tho mills you will find our prices low. Profits $10.00 to $30.00 ?,rr,nuu a J5'018 of ,oda- - Ml" Mamie weekly. Samples and full instruc- Webb, the partner, stood by his side Best in the city. as ho fell. Special attention to trav- tions packed In a neat hamplo cbbo. shipped express prepaid. No monoy eling Public. Plourlsy pains nro located 1nsthlnw required. Excluslvo territory. Wrlto for particulars. Bo first to apply. mo snort ms. lLumbago affocts tho Good, honest and careful samo region but Standard Dress Goods Co., Desk C05, BALLARD'S SNOWtoward tho back. drivers. LINIMENT is th Dlnghamton, N. Y. remedy In either caso. If rubbed in thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes tho KTo. CQ, muscles and tho paUent can move Of courso you want first class freely and comfortably. Prico Get right on tho shlnglo quesUon work. Well that is tho only kind wo 2Cc, BOc and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. uso our famous California Redwood do. Whito Bros., phone 195. bhlnglea the best yet. Reynold, REDWOOD 8HINGLE8 Reynolda-Mes- e lllckman Courier and Commercial-Appea- l Moss Lumber Co, Lumbar Co, US. LYRIC THEATRE Books Somo Good Shows. More Good Ones to Follow. ... J. O. WE8T nt J)oimlro0,ctiorL Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Althounh they may out out fire, water may do Fire as much damage as the fire. Insurance protects you aoalnst the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damaoe. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We represent only such companies. Both phones 97. Over H. B. & T. Co. Tolopliono H. C. HELM, Agent Lm! M Wj ....aga4jWUafcM u,w ITEMS OF INTEREST. Subscribe for tho Courier. Cut prlcw THOUGHTS FROM SOPHOCLES A He nover lives to ba old. No rf: RUSH CREEK ITEMS. cath la too binding for a lover. oa show ut Phipps In MtUvt & Nobody loves Ufa Uko on old man. The dice of of hand Mr. ItufuM vUltlut lu was Zua fall over luckily. Kabo Corsets every form. We have your style of corset and we know that it will fit your form. fit Self Reducing Corsets for stout ladies, absolutely guaranteed Other lines of Kabo Corsets 1.00 to Vergie Davis spent a few daya with Mayme Roper. Mrs. George Roper spent a few t. days with her mother, Mrs. Tom Bon-duran- Bob Powell gave the young people 1'r.lon City. Thoughts are mightier than strengtn Made to of Rush Creek neighborhood a party Saturday night and all reported a fine time. Kathyleen White, Emma Davis, Zllla Carter, Joe White and Tyler Davis visited Maymo McClellan Sunday afternoon. Kathyleen Whlto and Mayme McClellan spent Saturday night with Zllla Carter. Tyler Davis seems to be tho girls best friend. He escorted the girls to the party In a wagon. Rev.. R. A. Wood and wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brans-ford. Oliver Doudurant, of Jordan, Tuesday. be The Stnvo Mill Is In operation War lovea to seek the young. The truth argumont r&lnt-bearto- iu vlctlma In night and day. (!it your money' Kurnlturo Co. In Is always the strongest worth nt nick-hu.- d Fortune Is not on tho side of the Children aro tho anchors that hold Don't fall to road our special of for a motnor to life. of four houso plant free. It Is bolter not to live nt all than Mr. John Stowo, of Mnbol, was In to live disgraced. tar oUy Tuesday shopping. A short saying oft contalna much Mr. Nannie Crawford, of Dorenn, wisdom. m hare Monday .shopping. In a Just cause the wenk o'ercome Jo Ferguson, of Crutch floH, will tho strong. be III tut running for county Jallur. Think not that thy word and thln XJmi Hron Itopor upcnt tho past nlonr must be right. Drown. wwk with Miss Annlo Do nothing for Ume sees a and hears all thtnc am! ,iirinn Anwtt liondrox and Arnott all. waro in Union City Sunday. Untco Powell, wife and baby wore I'Hton City Sunday. 3.50 3.50 a Spring Ginghams and Percales just received and now ready for inspection. Come early for first choice. Embroideries, Laces and Allover Lace, beautiful assortment, will be pleased to show them to you. Big line of Muslin Underwear, now in the Io Hon-darao- Mr. MIm n Dob Bills and children, of upending the week in town. Mozollo I K Drnsflold. or Wood-iMk- i, visiting Minn Uoorfio Durrus. rather when not and Death Is not the worst ovll; tjut we wish to die and can A. Mltaholl and wlfu spent Hh Mra. Arthur Shaw at Statu If I am Sophocles, I am not mad; If I am mad. I am not 8opbo-cle- a. If you to need ho's now la K thum cheap, Mlllol playar ought to accept hla throws and aoora them, not bewail tho time his luck. A wUe & Alox- - house and all ready for your inspection. Everything in Winter goods at price. and We must clr an up everything in Winter goods to make room for our Spring stock which is coming in daily. 111- hmm rmimr IlnrrUon, of Union City, haa grief. vMUiik hi brother, Don If It were powilblo to heal sorrow by weeping and to raise the dead with tears, gold wero less prlrod than -4, -3 -2 H.W investment ridding ami. If interested, sco MlMvr. There la an ancient sarlnc famous $60 a among men. that thou shouMst not M. 1). Judge fully of a man's life beforo bo dleth, whether It should bo called tf blest or wretched Ulm Irwno Holtn haa accepted a paauoft ui Saleslady with Smith K. Uu Dan Davis Is on the sick list, having pneumonia. The men of this neighborhood are at work on his barn Oro, Mayme and Robbie Roper epent Saturday and Sunday with. Mrs. Martha Roper. Miss Nannlo Raymer Is in Jack-eoTenn., on a visit for a few days. Mrs. Lucy Bradley's barn burned Saturday night. Bro. Potts , of Martin, preached two fine sermons In Cayco Sunday. He will preach there again the 1st Sunday in February at 11 o'clock. Misses Nannie Raymer and Joo Crostlc spent Friday night with Miss Carrie Barber. There arc several more sick horsos in this nclghborhoood; Mr. Roper, Mr. Noonon and Mr. Scott aro the owners Pauline Moss Is on the sick list. Dan Davis Is very sick. Doctor RIchorson and Wright stayed thero Monday night. Little Richard and Raymond Brans-for- d have been sick foor a few days. Maymo McClellan has the most headmarks In the 7th and Sth grades, spelling, Ora Roper and Fred Moss havo the same number in the sixth grade( Jessye Moss in the Gth and 6th grades and Richard Bransford in thf 3rd grade. n, A DAILY PAPER CHEAP. paper MlkriUi, ia tupoctiM to arrtvo hum a year or that year and tho Courier both for ono for 12 75. This mu wwk. 0 Otyiuer, one of Joo Cantlllon's Tho Chicago Daily Examlnor, J2 00 offer holds good a short tlmo only. SUDE M. NAIFEH ON THE CORNER Htm Nuoiul DoMoyur, of Fulton, has uc visiting har alitor. Mra. Bon Ilyman Snipers, of Union City, left Monday for West Virginia, where he Hsrratott. Is to spend ovral months Mnnobo Holm haa accepted iKM.iua iu otflco of S. T. Itopor at taw THE DRY GOODS MAN No. 1. Russell Sago said "Young man buy real estate, and continuo your employment in your regular vocation, and it will enhance in value and make you comfortable in old age." Russell Johnson says, "Buy real estate in G. B. Bond's subdivision on the hill, keep It awhile and It will make you rich." CAYCE. court llouao. wmm cows SALE: rRyoung calveThrvo good Maddux, E. U. 3p IHeABtau, Routo 3. Mm. M. Auiburg, who baa been itAUfcttoubly HI lor several duya, i lapotted better toauy. E. C. Carter, of route 3, boa bwn on tho aluk lUt for aowrol weaiu but u rvportod better. Glouftou, of Union City, w.u tho of Mbu) Zola llrudluy, of Wooumud, Huuday ocnlng. Dr. SAVE MONEY xJl got 1. y JiHt Cuutlllou in making a number of iiuprovumuiiu on hla houho tula wek both lualUu uud outaldu. MUtet i: Alexander nro niuklug pric es uu ohoua that will surprise ou. Ixw t wait until your sUo ia gone. Mr. Hunter of Indlanupolla, State manager of tho Singer Hewing Ma ootm Co., u vlsiUng L. A. Jlrock and iamlly. Thu Hickman Wagon Company rv boon uhut down bUico a fuw days boforo U To make room for Spring Goods we offer some exceptional bargains at this store that should appeal to the man or boy who cares to save his money. Several Hundred Pairs Odds and Ends Big Values umu operation Tuesday, having Mens Odd Pants Regular " " Mens Heavy Shoes 4.50 3.75 Regular Regular Chrlatmna. 6.00 values, lr. and Mm. C. W. Curl In visited In Union City Sunday. They woro accoinjKinled homo by Mlsa Bottlo lioulbo Curlln. Tho lllckuinn Steura laundry Is making improvements on tho into-rioof tholr building, fitting up n ulco office, otc. r " now 5.00 values, now 4: & 4:,50 values, 3 & 3.50 values, only only now only now only 3.00 2.50 5.00 Shoes go at 4.00 Shoes go at ..2.75 3.50 These are bfoken lots, but it will pay you to see if we have your size. Extraordinary Values in Sweater Specials All Fine Mrs. Hettio Tuckor is very low of tuberculosis. Miss Lillian Edmiston visited friends in Union City Monday and Tuesday. Vernon Lawrence was the guest of Miss Thelma Mays Sunday. Rev. Potts, of Martin, held services here Sunday. Otho Hammonds was in Fulton Tuesday. Roy Pergent and Joe Lauderdalo left Sunday for Memphis. Elbert Bondurant was in Hickman Tuesday on business. Mrs. Mary Campbell and children returned homo Tuesday after a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edmiston visited relatives near Fulton Tuesday. Oris Steel visited Misses Annie and Alllo Thomas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John McClellan visited relatives relatives near Crutchfleld Monday. Joo Roper attended court at Hick man last week. H. P. Johnson shipped a car load of stock Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Powell, of Oak- ton, visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Annlo Cruco visited relatives In Union City Sunday. Mrs. Hugh Cruco and son visited he- - sister near Moscow a fow days las week. Mrs. Mollio Baydson returned Sun day from Red Bay, Ala., where she has been visiting her son. The heavy Ice caught tho Str. Men- gel Box Company on her up trip with two barges and derrick and had to lay up at tho foot of Island No. 10 and will remain there until the ice nuita running. Tho Mengel Tug went jdown Tuesday with coal for tho tow boat and this boat was also headed off and Is laying at tho foot of No. 10. C. I,, Walker returned Wednesday morning from Valparaiso and Louis-vlllMrs. Wnlkor Is prolonging her "islt a few days. Mens Flannel Shirts Fine Woolen Shirts worth " " " " $3, now $2.50, now No extra chorgo for slight repairs or sowing on buttons. This ought to appeal to somo of you old bachelors. Whl to Bros. $2, now 2.00 1.80 1.35 Sweaters, choice 2.25 " " 1.85 " " 1.35 In this department we include special values in mens underwear to clean up. 3.00 2.50 2.00 Mrs. Geo. Unlston, of Dyorsburg, and Miss Vera Stono, of Milan, Tenn., hnvo boon Uio guests of their broths ers, h. A. nnd A. H, Stone, nnd thts week. fnm-Hlo- Don't Miss This Opportunity We are also showing an elegant line of Spring samples of A. E. Anderson's clothing, we would be glad to have you inspect tl em. Our personal guarantee behind every suit. made-to-measu- re Don't fall to rend Smith & big nd In this lssuo. This firm Is offoring somo splon-di- d values In their big January sale, which begins Saturday. Am-borg- 'a No. 2. Tho man who puts off until tomoorrow, what ho ought to do today will be In wnnt In his old nge. Tho few unsold lots In G. B. Bond's subdivision will advanco Feb. Is4 and you will loose $5.00 on each lot you fall to purchase. RUSSELL JOHNSON. Heartburn, Indigestion or distress of tho stomach is instantly rolioved by HERBINE. IT forces tho badly digested food out of tho body and restores tono in the stomach and bowels Prico COc, Sold by Hickman Drug Co. t, Mr. Business Man, remember you can get them at home a better line and cheaper than tho average concern handles. Don't knock on the fellow who trades with Scars & Saw-buc- k and them turn 'round and order your calendars from some city print Bhop. Its up to ou. n jm I, N-,- r. AI i IIII l Mens Mens 1.00 1.50 j -- c ear- iuvu Drees Shirts DTcts I Work and Dre Men Shirts have all been reduced. and . . (1.25 and $1.00 heavy flannel 35c Mens $1.75 and shirts, $1.25 solid colors, at Mns $2.50 all wool top shirts, re$1.75 duced to 1.25 1.75 re- ihtrte reduced to duced to. to 85c $1.50-flann- nd Shirts 1.25 1.25 neg- Odd and ends In 1.00 and i ligee shirts at 50c January C i -- . . . ' ?r y im9 t n Sweater Coats Men 96.00 Mens and Boys Underwear s all wool Sweater-coat- at Men $3.50 sweater coats 1.75 Mens 2.50 sweater coat 1.15 Mens 1.50 sweater coats Mens 50c sweater coats atv..,35c Boys $1.00 sweater coats at 65s Boys 50c sweater coats at 35c at.... at.... at.... $3.00 2.50 Mens $2.00 union suits at Mens 1.50 wool Underwear Mens 1.00 wooland fleeced $1.50 1.15 Wrights SOc Coopers underwear Mens 50 and 75c underwear Boys 65 and 75c union suits Bcs 50c underwear at Boys 35c underwear 45c 45f 40c 21c g Mens Furnishings) Mens and Boys Hats A big variety of styles to select from. Come and get fitted. Stetson Hats $4.00 grade at.... $3.25 Beaver Hats, 3.00 grade at.... 2.25 $2.50 Hats reduced to 1.90 150 Hats reduced to 1.20 2.00 Hats reduced to 1.50 Boys 1,50 hats reduced to 1.20 Boys 1.25 and 1.00 hats reduced to ilfwC Hosiery, Neckwear, Suspenders and other articles offered in this sale, so you notice the difference in price. Mens 50c sox reduced to 25c Mens 25c sox reduced to 18c Mens 15c sox reduced to .....12c Mens 35 and 25c heavy woolen sox reduced to 21c Mens mixed wool sox at 10c Mens heavy cotton sox at 8c Mens 25c handkerchiefs at 20c Mens 15c handkerchiefs at 10c Mens 10c 8c handkerchiefs at Mens 5c handkerchiefs at 4c Neckwear' all 50c neckwear reduced to 35c caps at Mens and boys 50c caps at Mens 50c caps, odd and ends Mens 1.00 75c 40c at 30c Mens Shoes Offered at prices that should cause every man to buy several pairs Mens $5.00 Florshelm Mens 4.00 Commences Saturday, the r 2 shoe. and .$4.25 Heavy Shoes Mens 7.50 and 8.50 "Wet Defl" Flor-sbelhigh top shoes at 5.50 m SMITH & AMBEI We've been doing some extensive planning these last few weeks and J forward to by our manv friends as the most imnnrf-annnrl moat..!- riJ from one season to the other, so we necessarily sell several thous-ando auciion. Merely because this is a sale announcement, we ask you noti chandise, and if these eoods were offered at rpmilar nnVc vrm ,... U I, state that they are the best values you have ever had an opportunity to I Crossett Florshelm 3.50 3.00 shoes Mens 3.50 shoes reduced to Broken sizes In Florsheln shoes reg3.50 ular 5.00 grade at Broken sizes In 4.00 Florshelm and 3.00 Crossett size at Mens 5.50 High Top Stronger than 4.50 the Law Mens 4.00 High Top Stronger Than 3.25 the Law at Mens 3.50 Law Stronger Than The .2.85 Mens and Boys Clothing You may have your own ideas about prices, but you'll never see good clothes marked lower than the suits and overcoats we are offering in this sale. Choice of all Hart ScharTner & Marx suits, worth $20, 22.50 and 25.00, at i Furs ! Furs ! tJUO-D- d1 C ? A ID.DV j Mens black and fancy overcoats and raincoats, regular 20.00 and 22.50 valucsat djitrn U furs in the house. An unusu; opportunity to own a nice set c rurs at a greatly reduced price. Muffs for Scarfs i i reduced prices on every 1 piece c Mens Suits, all new goods, cassimeres and worst- eds,regular 18.50 suits, at Mens suits, our regular 5.00 values, priced now at Mens suits, worsteds and cassimeres, regular 2.50 values, at Odds and Ends in 10.00 to 15.00 suits, your choice 1 1 jjl OCA V14""" , Mens overcoats and raincoa'ts in black and fancies regular 18.50 values at Mens and young mens overcoats reduced from 15.00 to 1 Cft IZ.DU Q 4.15, 4.08, 5.08 That were 5.50 to 12.00 to O.ol to 0.4 $10.50 YJeeJu dC Aft ' d O ZA . 10.50 8.50 at. ...7 5c, 08c, 1.08, 3.85 That were 1.00 to 12.00 Mens and young mens overcoats and rain coats 12.50 values Broken lots in overcoats have been reduced -3 at. w to -2. iSATURD Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats at prices that should cause every boy to own a new one. Suits and Overcoats that were to 1 The Annua .3.75 2.75 1.95 0.00, reduced $6.50 $5.50 $4.00 Suits and overcoats that were 5.00 reduced to The Qualit No space in the advertisement l.u. inspection of the w Suits and Overcoats that were 8.50, reduced to Suits and overcoats that were 3.50 " ." reduced to . Suits that were 2.50 reduced to Suits and Overcoats that were. 6.00, reduced to Special A large lot of straight pant suits that sold from MENS PANTS to Exceptional Prepai to 3.50 6.00 at just One-Ha- lf price. Mens 2.50 Pants reduced Mens 7.00 pure worsted pants, reduced to Mens 5.00 worsted and cassimere pants, reduced to - $5.00 Mens 1.50 to 1.25 Pants to Lingerie Linens $1.90 WhiteGoods Laces 1.15 1 $3.75 $3.00 Odds and Ends in 1.75 to 1.50 Pants to close at Boys Nickerbocker Pants We are also showing new ras, Wash Goods, etc. Spring leVU Mens 4.00 pants, reduced to at Boys 1 .. ... Mens 3.50 pants, reduced to Mens 3.00 pants, reduced to $2.75 $2.25 m tt - .25 Nickerbocker Pants at Boys 1 lilO 90c 75c All Reduced Pi .00 Nickerbocker Pants at SMITH i j & - V"5td . a(o7oJ ba &"&iQa. juj in l. F - ""- - bing Sale . JANUARY CLEARANCE OF BLANKETS Number of unusual values in this great annual sale. Cotton Blankets at 48c, 98c,' 1.35 that were 60c to 1.75. Wool 1.15 and CLOSING OUT SALE OF MILLINERY Prices that are nothing short of ridiculous on newest and best hats right now. 10.00 Trimmed Hats to sell at.. 5.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 Finish Blankets at 1.65, 1.85, 2.20 and 2.48 that were 2. to 3.00. Blankets at 2.98 to 4.65 that were 3.50 to 6.00. Blankets at were 50c to 1.00. 39 Wool Trimmed Trimmed Trimmed Chlldrens Chlldrens 1.50 Chlldrens Others at less Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats to sell at.... 4.00 to sell at... .3.00 to tell at.... 2.00 to sell at. ,..2.00 to sell at.... 1.00 to sell at.... 75c than HALF PRICE. ' l iW" W I V ,4&-- rt &Xr I Vh Baby and 85c that r "" m DRESS GOODS at prices to close winter stocks. LADIES AND CH1LDRENS UNDERWEAR Every garment must be sold. Now is the time to buy them. Ladles and Chlldrens Cotton Vests and Pants at 25c, 45c, 85c, that were 35c, 50c, 60c and 1.00. Chlldrens Union Suits at 45c, 55c, 65c that were 50c, 65c and 75c. Ladles Cotton and Mercerized Union Suits at 85c, 1.00 and 1.25 that were 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. 25c 35c Poplin Cloth at 50 and 60c Mohairs In fancy colors 37c and stripes'" 65c 80c Grey Mixture at 1.50 Fancy Dress Goods ,98c A W'kk&y-f.Y& jy n 10 .er.m) JWA 1&&L n r w lit' fmM AI'f M. MW,i id Ji yjL. IV rfklMU HS'M w f Mn "aa- .mi i cmip nra tTTWPBHtffc?cwatf xu r a vrcrsrrm a rTiir v nW r; i d It, i I -- ! i !' . ri .ti w bh i 'KM -- T' i SJfift lm -- 7T , v ; large line of fancy and plain Dress Goods at 25c Cotton Suiting at 79c 19c Remnants of every kind are going at a mere trifle. LAP ROBES REDUCED Chase Plush Robes worth $2 at.. 1.98 Chase Chase Chase Chase Chase Robes Robes Robes Robes Robes worth worth worth worth worth 3.00 4.00 5.50 6.00 7.50 vx Ladles Wool Union Suits at 1.65 and 2.50 that were 2.00 and 3.00. at at at at at 2.48 3.48 4.50 5.00 6.00 and Continues Two Weeks ickman, Kentucky Saturday Our Annual January Clearinir Sale, an event looked the year. It is the policy of this store never to carrv over goods wthis seasons highest class of merchandise at Substantial Price Re r ng idea of the goods offered, as we carry only the choicest mer-fu- li e value for your money, but at these Sale Prices we unhesitatingly ext e of LADIES AND CHILDRENS LADIES AND CHILDRENS SHOES REDUCED IN PRICE We will soon be showing Spring shoes, and we must close out all discontinued styles at once. Odds and ends In E. P. Reed's Ladles Shoes worth 3.00 and 3.50 at.. 2.50 One lot of vlcl and patent Shoes, 2.00 worth 3.00 and 3.50 at Odds and ends In Dorothy Dodd shoes 1.50 worth 3.00 at One lot of nice shoes, 2.50 values, go One lot of Womens heavy Shoes, 2.00 1.50 values, at One lot of womens heavy Shoes, values at 1.65 1.35 Boys vlcl and box calf Shoes, worth 1.50 2.00, at at 1.48 Chlldrens vlcl Shoes worth 1.75.. 1.35 Baby Shoes and 1.00. One lot Womens heavy Shoes worth 1.65 2.00 and 2.25 at 50 and 75c, worth 75c SWEATER COATS hive lots of cold weather yet, and then n n sweater coat for cool days of early Women all wool sweater coats. ring r'll II d Final Reduction on all our Suits, Coats and Skirts for Women and Misses There is just one vital issue with us now the clearing of stocks and this will be done immediately, as we have lowered prices regardless of cost. Tailored Suits, everyone a bargain, That were 16.50 to 25.00 These include all of our this year's suits and are all made in the very latest style. hite and Colored at 1.35, 1.75, 2.00 That were 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00 ltlrens, white and colored 55c, 1.00, 1.25 That were 85c, 1.50 and 2.00 dies Wool and Flannel Waists 25c to 75c That were 75c to 2.00 Jl EG INS- - Tailored Suits at hite Sale lent tft That were 12.00 to 20.00 These are last year's suits, though you'll find them all right in color, quality and style. ....... That were ... 0 1 2.50, 1 3.50, 1 5.00 and T8100 6.48, 7.95, 9.50 and 2.00 1 of the ,We invite your e K Womens Coats, everyone a bargain, single and double texture coats, 9.00, 10.25, 12.50, 14.50 up to 19.50 at 12.50 to 25.00 All 1911 Fall styles, distinctive in material, and a large range of sizes and price. full details. Pi-ir-- Womens Cloaks, priced at 7.50 and 9.00 IVteS And - IWVWt up to 20.00 That were 9.00, 12.50,-15.0The above were carried over from last year, though at the low prices that we have marked them, all are great bargains. was been made in Misses Cloaks, priced at ces aists gls Embroideries Muslin Ud'wr That were 4.00 up to 10.00 We have a very large line for so late in the season, and are offering unusual bargains. . Childrens Coats, 6 to 14 years, at Skirts at Skirts at That were ... 2.98, 3.75, 5.48, 6.00 and 7.50 2.00p to 4.50 5.00 up to 7.50! 1.48, 1.98, 2.75 up to 3.25 in Ginghams. Percales, Mad- - That were 3.50, f trictly Cash. That were 5.00, 7.00 to 9.00 These two lots are values that will appeal to every woman. We also show a large line of That were MBERG Panama and Voile Skirts, at 3.50 to 13.50 2.25 to 10.25 h vei' .1 W ) W '. jL. .'-- f t4vwff1 ' 'jF K V Council Proceedings ta to adjourn- MI88 LIZZIE AMBERQ DEAD Popular Hickman Lady Die Sunday of Pneumonia. w. w. dxujaa ? Council met persuant ment of the Sth Inst. Present, Mayor Isler, BradD'Uon, Councllinen-elec- t ley, Schlenker, Dillon and Powell The election commissioners filed their certificate showing that the following named parties had been to the office of City Council-mefor the year 1912 and 1913,towit R. M. Isler, R. M. Bradley, C. O Schlenker, J. T. Dillon. O. B. Powell and C. P. Shumate. All of tho being present, oxcept C. P. Shumate, the oath of office was administered to them by H. C. Helm, Notary Public. Whereupon tho following business was transacted. H. C. Helm was nominated for City Clork, and there bolng no other nominations, on motion nominations for City Clerk were closed, and II. C. Helm was elected by acclimation. V.. C. Johnson was nominated for City Treasurer and there bolng no other nominations, on motion nominations were closed, and W. C. Johnson was elected by acclimation. Jno. Wright was nominated for City Marshall, and there being no other nominations on motion nominations were closed and Jno. Wright was by acclimation. On motion tho salary of the Police men was fixed at $75.00 per month each. Whereupon tho City Marshall And say it isn't good John Wright, appointed Sid Hornby and Bun Hackett as Policemen, and on motion tho appointment was confirmed by tho Council. J. W. Webb was nominated for Sex ton of the City Cemetery, and there being no other, nominations, on motion were closed, and J. W. Webb was elected by acclamation. Tom Dillon, Sr., was nominated for Superintendent of City Cemetery, and there being no other nominations, on motion nominations wero closed, and Tom Dillon, Sr. was elected by acclimation. The Hickman Courier presented On motion tho City Clerk was intheir bid of $50.00 per annum for the years 1911 and 1913 for printing tho structed to order 400 feet of flro Council Proceedings, on motion their hose and two ladders On motion Council adourned. bid was accepted. Attest: H. C. Helm, City Clerk. The Mayor appointed the following standing committees, towit: Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Stree Committee Isler Powell and Dillon Isler Chairman. A bill has been Introduced In tho Finance Committee Schlenker and State legislature for tho purpose of Bradley Schlenker Chairman. Building Committee Dillon, Islor regulating and conti oiling tho rates of flro Insurance premiums In this and Schlenker Dillon Chairman. On motion Garrett Kirk was grant- state. If ever a state was held up ed lesso of the ground north cf the and deliberately robbed by Insurance railroad at foot of Cumberland Street companies, it Is Kentucky. Our rates for a term of flvo years for purpose are from 25 to 200 per cent higher Misof erecting a building similar to tho than in neighboring states. In but In that souri it Is about one-halHalo Building on Water Street to bo candy kitchen and Ice state tho law takes the burden off, used as a s Cream Parlor, rental $10 per year, while in Kentucky tho pile It on. Tho Insurance trust works lease to terminate when ceased to be used for said purpose, and all Im- In this state similar to tho beef provements on said groound to rovert trust territory Is divided up and all compare rates. In Hickman tho rates to city at expiration of this lease. On motion Isler, Bradley and are all out of reason, and tho CourSchlenker were appointed as a com- ier hopes our representatives at mittee to confer with the Hickman Frankfort will drive the harpoon deep Hardware Co., as to repairs to bo into tho hide of tho malllod thief. If Interested in this matter wrlto your made on tho City Hall building. sonator to support Senate Bill No 21, and your representative to support Report of City Treasurer for tho House Bill No. C2. They will lower year 1911: your insurance rates and durn the companies; let them live on what General Fund Account. they havo already squeezed out of us. To bal from year 1910 $1925.52 To amt. ree'd from all sourcGov. McCreary has appointed Esq. 9005.57 It. A. Browder, of Fulton, a Colonel es to Dec.. 1st, 1911 To amt. ree'd of H. C. Helm on bis official staff. The 'Squire is during December 717.35 right there with tho goods, alright, To amt. ree'd from John and tho Courier is glad to see him Wright during December.. 185.00 land In the state's dress circle. But, To amt. ree'd from Tom Dil'Squire, bo careful of tho "turkey-trot- " lon, Sr. during Decomber. 442.01 and some of tho other now soocloty stunts. n Lightning Self Rising Flour If You'll Try a Sack It Wont Cost You a Cent. f; rate-maker- Registers 24.8 on Cairo RIVER: By amt. paid out during 1911 1133G.12 guage, rising slowly but will begin Bal. to credit this acct....$ 879.93 to fall soon. The river Is full of Ice at this place on account of gorges In Water &. Light Bond Account. Navigation Is the Ohio breaking. $ 945.08 practically at a standstill. To bal. from year 1910 To. amt. ree'd from all sourcMiss Mary E. Gardner and M. J. 2359.C1 es during 1911 Campbell wero married In Clinton, Monday. Tho bride Is an attractive $3304.09 young lady from Texas, while Mr. By int. paid on bonds during BABY SISTER Campbell is a prosperous farmer liv- GIRL ORDERS 1911 1800.00 ing near Moscow. Little Tot Calls at Doctor's Office and Says It Is to Be Sent ImmBal. to credit this account.. $1504.69 Tho two main buildings of Union ediatelyTell Mother. W. C. Johnson, City Treasurer. University, the Baptist educational On motion tho foregoing report was institution at Jackson, Tenn., wero Wlnsted, Coniu Amy Bull, d received ordered spread upon tho burned Saturday morning, at a loss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. records, published and filed. estimated to bo $50,000, with $20,000 Harry 0. Bull of Center street, called insurance. at the ofllce of Dr. D. D. Reldy on Elm street and inquired if the doctor Tho following accounts wero presufferMiss Thelma Jackson, who was home. Sho was informed that he properly approved, and on ed a badly frost-bittesented, hand during was not and asked If there was any motion allowed and checks ordured tho recent cold spell, Is able to bo word sho wanUd to leave for the issued for amounts: doctor. at school again. "I want to leave an order," the $12.00 Dr. L. P. Baltzor, Service Porter K.t is tho namo of tho little child replied. "Tell the doctor to 123.14 11. C. Holm, Insurance son that arrived at tho homo of Mr. bring me a baby sister at once. Thoy S. T. Poper, LIconso for Opera and Mrs. Harry Stubbs, Blodgott, Mo. havo got one In the next house, and Houso I want one. You won't forget to tell 7.20 Due. 30. iMengel Box Co., Lumber the doctor, will yout" West Tonn. Gravel Co., Gravel t.SG.CC Assured that the doctor would get Pulton pays $150 a year for print24.00 John Ray, Extra Police ing council proceedings; Hickman her order, little Miss Bull continued on hor way to High street to visit 01.95 pays John Wright, street work $50 a year, friends. Upon her return home Amy paid Gll- Tom Dillon, Sr., Amt. Alvln Jackson and Miss Ruby Itus-Bel- informed hor mother that she bad 24.75 ber for Street Work stopped at the doctor's ofllce and of Wingo, were married In Ful- added: Dieting Prisoners J. A. Nooonon, 54.00 ton Sunday. "I left an order Cor a baby sister." three-year-oln 11-5l, $12270.05 U tied. Building, 0.r tlrcrd's Slut. J At one o'clock Sunday morning the I'hona Nu. 51 Death Angel took from our midst one of the purest and sweetest ladles Elizabeth wev'e ever known-r-M- Us Amber. The aunouncinent came as FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. a great shock to her many friends The trial of Bert Wallaacw, churs She- - had been HI for name time of ed with killing Oscar Dlggs, m pneumonia and tho crisis had passed, dunco in tho lower botton, two jmi, but additional complications develop ago, resulted In a hung Jury Tie lung nnd her ed an abscess of tho case will be tried again at tho May makes the lightest, the whitest and the best untimely death quickly followed. Miss term. Lizzie nnd her mother both had of biscuits, bread and cake, without using any T. L. Fox, charged with taking m..r pneumonia at the samo time, and ey from the American Express Co Baking Powder, Buttermilk, Soda or Salt. greater fear wero entertnlned for tho was found guilty, nnd ho will g.i Just work in the lard and mix with water or mother's recovery last week than for from one to flvo years In the peoi the daughter. Until tho nbeess de tentlnry. sweet milk. veloped, MUs Lizzie seemed In fair Allen Scruggs was acquitted on th. wny to recover, nnd Inquiring frlonds charge of knowingly receiving stoi. i, little thought the end whs so near property. Deceased wns born nt Tlplonvillo, Curlln llondurant, n negro. Tenn Dec 13 1S70, making her age Iroin one to flvo years for lum. a little over 3C years. Tho major jov breaking. toln of her life was spent In this Andrew Canines, olinnsd with rur city She was a daughter of Mrs. M. ulshlng liquor to a minor, wu s Ainberg, by whom she Is eurvltcd; quitted. also one sUler Mrs. Guy Itobblns. of leo Jnvksou Bob Copeland, I'urur Mayfleld For a number of years Wright, Terry Jackson, Tom loon Miss Lizzie held n ioltlon as sales nnd l.uzono Wallace, nil Indlctrd on lady In tho ladles departmont of the chargo of maintaining a common Smith & Ambcrg's store, and ho wa nuisance, were acquitted. doubtless more familiar with the business In her department than the No. 5. I don't want too .ill managers themselves Hundreds of of my lots before Fob. 1st, 1mhu. people, lit whose confidence and I haven't many left and l&.uu u.or. hearts she had grown, sought MIhs on each lot will help Home inn, Lizzie when doing tholr trading Her think I am going to stop at SOOraUr disposition was winning and oherry, though, as this Is Just a starter dispensing winshlno every moment nm selling lots now for IS Oo It Is hard to reallzo that this good are easily worth $170. 1 will rsin lady Is no longer among us gnln xoon. G. II. BOND. Sho was n devoted member of tho Baptist church nnd practiced tho goldSADDLER MATHENY. en rule at all times. Her kindness sympathy nnd comforting words wore Another surprise wedding oecun.i to those in sorrow what tho dew drop Monday afternoon nt 4 o'clock at U to the famishing flower, and her Ralston, Tenn., that Is of local ln' r noble Christian characlor cannot fall est. Mltui Hazel Malheny. of that to leave Its Impress upon the heart daughter of S. L. Malhouy. nnd lle of those who knew her the wife of Robt. S. itaddler, of Mar Hut she lint laid down tho burden of tin, Tenn life, which Is of times bard lo bear; The bride Is woll known id His the shndow of death's gloom tins pass man, where she wus reared. smI is R0UTE F,VE THE BIRTHPLACE OF JOHNSON ih! away with the frailties and uncer a t, modest ohnruring younc la Dr liar Clover was In thia vicin tainties of life, and the gates of dy. The groom stands ntgh tn tuiw ThU Hlttorio and Crudo Old Building ity Sunday. pearl havo beon reaqhed that home mma circles of hU home town M U Still Standing In Raeternnl in tho heaven. imwent tho couple am in Hickman leigh, N. C. Dal Cray, of Lako county, was In Brief funeral services were held nt to vpend a few di)J, after hh this vicinity Sunday. the family residence Monday morning they will make thoir Item tn Mann Raleigh, N. C ThU old and simple building, erected sometime during the Tht Courier Joins Ike many frt. .1. at 10 o'clock, by Rev. W. O Block-ton- . MIm Annie Barnes, of Clayton, Intter part of the eighteenth century, Tho largo attendance nnd beau- of the bride In wishing them all Mrs. Bill Coole last week. still stands In Raleigh, a historic tiful floral tribute ben poke the esbuilding, attracting the Interest of This section has been covered with teem in whloh she was hold In strangers, and held sacred In the water for tho last day or two. with her expressed desire, No 4 hearts of Americans. Within Its rough The C. M. & G K K o I and crude walls, In 1S08, the eyes of has the greatiml faith In the wtrid m Miss Virgle Butler was tho guest Mrs. II. L. Amborg sang "Whsn Shall Mcot Him Faco to Face." fol- WHST HICKMAN. They beHetr Andrew Johnson first w the light of . of Mln iiin itm-e, ,,, "-'- "" day. lowing Rev. Stockton's remarks. The will be a olty nnd WHtT HK K Looking today upon the simplicity I Will Hamblln and wife aru the pallbearers wero Messrs. I). Owen, 'lo MAN will be the omUt of H. of this structure, we are reminded of proud parents of two baby girls Oco Harris, Terrell Sullivan, A. E. L O. II. BOND. him whom It onoo sheltered Plain, Owen, N. R. Holcombe and Robt. even homely, yet so staunch as to Mrs. Leila Williams was tho guest Tho remains were laid to reel withstand the shocks of storm In aum- - of Mr. and Mrs. Vlrtlo Mooter Sntur-me- r According to evidence glwTi In tti- at tho City Cemetery. and winter through all then day night trlnl nt Cincinnati ThursdR). Uir or The mother ami alstor havo our years, even as he withstood the Jibes ter of the Hurley Tobncto 8oct-iand sneers of his enemies during th Miss Calllo Barnes, of McAnnn, s sincere sympathy. Ojmf were nn exponaho bunch strenuous period In which he held tho visiting her sister, Mrs. Kloy Askow. -.- .-. . them got $1000 n month, two net I"'"' thU wcck Bv . The store fronts of Mnthuny & n month iiuuperai wiui ine illiteracy, com and twunty-f- l of Uirtu "t wero treated $260 a mon with those of humbler origin at Mrs. Earl Partlow, of Hickman, h Plant nnd Percy Jon month each. Pretty stiff i". that time, even unable to sign his tho guest of her slstor, Mrs. Ennls to a new coat of paint this week. e for the innn In Joan to M) tr name until after ripe manhood; yet. Williams, this week. The little daughter of oratory. With the addition of WIIHam " Miss Uuth Caldwell, of Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Harrison died nlngs Bryan and Col. Theodore !( ipent Sunday night with Misses Myr Saturday. Burial nt Brownsville. volt, who wero Invited to address tle and Dora Howard. &- Walter Dunkln, who has had pneuft Assembly in a resolution monia several days, Is not expected dopted Cy Forroll and son, Owen, of Horn-beaby tho Sonata Thursday, m ar spent Sunday night with Hen- lo live through the day. ly nil the national celebrities b.it ry Howard and family. Several members of tho local bar been asked to come to Frankfort snd no Miss Ira Wilson returned to her and county officers aro attending nddros the solonn. Tho list comprises, beadles Teddy nnd the court nt Fulton this week. home near Newborn after spending a fern Gov. Judson Harmon, of " .M.TT-- T HI ifpg i'ew weeks In this vicinity. Miss Lucretln Lashlcy nnd Harry hlo; Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of N' fcWWOWC'! J -- Hfff ffl Sr fe Miss Earl Hayes, of "Possum Trot, Rlddoll, both of Fulton, wore united Jorsey; Speakor Champ Clark, in '!. was tho guest of Miss Beth Rogors In mnrrlngo yesterday. National House of Roprosentaiiw. the latter part of last week. Kentucky Democrats aro endorsing W. R. Hoaret.of Now York; and l 1' ed States Senator John W. Km t Tho party given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wntterson for President. Indiana. It is regarded as hi.iu Bob Askew. a fow nights ago was en Mrs. T. A. Stark hna been on tho probable that tho most of them will joyed very much by tho young puo-pl- sick list this week. accept tho invitation. No. C. Finally; this Is my last ' Mrs. Dan Brlggs wns on tho sick tico of the ralso of $5.00 per lot on list lost wcok. Ground Hog Day is near at hand. Fob. 1st. If you want to buy ww Historic Memorial. WEATHER: Unsettled today; Frl- - lot at the present prlco see 111 Tho Baptists of Cayce aro prepar- day fair. with the grim determination of Mi SELL JOHNSON quick. O. B. IUJNU race, ho surmounted all obstacles, till ing to erect a now church in that Mlfe Thelma Oliver has whooping Mrs. Oco Harris has been i"'t ho stood upon the highest point to city. It Is to bo located near the which the American, politically speak public school building. Tho work will cough. sick for twvoral days. ing, can obtain. piobably begin next month. A saving: of $2.00 to $4.00 on every barrel of flour . you use. a i I u' Ellison" Bros. !,. . via-Ite- d n " HirH-ma- De-Bo- ,,,. - nf &r3 i ejrjgAjrj I e. Tho Barrott Lino steamer, Fred Hartweg, stopped nt tho Menglo plants Tuesday evening ahead of the heavy ico, and will harbor hero until tho ico thins out so sho can continue, up tho rivor. No. 3. As sure as day is brighter than night, WEST HICKMAN Is going to bo tho center of the new CITY OF HICKM'AN, and lots In G. B. Bond's Subdivision will be worth 10 times what ho asks for them now. PROPHET. On Friday evening of last week, Miss Annie Leo Brown entertained n fow friends at Rook in honor of Miss Eron Roper. There wero three tables. Refreshments of fruits and salted nuts wero served. Tho guest wero Misses Eron Roper, Thelma Bait zer Anna Lynn Dodds, Helen Rico, Rachel Klmbro, Celeste Roberts, Mil dred and Ireno Thompson. Lucilo Gabby and Mary Burnett. You Can't Afford to Forget Our Sweeping Out Sale of SHOES It's of paramount interest to everybody who wears shoes, because in it are shoes for everybody men, women and children shoes at cut prices. Come and see them. Millet & Alexander