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No man In too poor to point thl amount fur a paper Hint irlrio all the county and n week OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time li ont. we dont believe In forcing a paper on anyone. If you do not want to mlai a copy, keep the anbftcrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice .of expiration It Riven here IS day ahead with THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY n Local News 25, 1912 Number 29 A Blue Mark . ii. Look! Look! Now is the time for you to buy your HORSE COVERS, LAP ROBES, and SADDLES. ,1 am making a special price now to get rid of them for Spring stock. PHONE Our Center of Population J. 154 HICKMAN HARNESS CO. PRIMARIES The exact center of population of the United 8tates has been located ia NAYLOR CURLIN Tiie Courier Joins their many The of I'nlon City, ho premises of a furniture friends In wishing the couplo a long reports two weddings of local inter photograph the Interesting factory nt Woomlngton, Ind In the accompanying spot Is where the Instrument is placed. On th I A marriage that came as quite a follows : L ns left are I'rnf V O. Coghall rnd Prof C A. Drew of tho astronomical de- surprise to the friends of tho con and happy life. t'iMarrlcd at the residence In Un partment of Indiana university, who made the calculations that located tb tracting parties was thct of Miss polltcnl horizon of Fulton ion City Inst Tuesday by Elder Trlco. center of population. The Str. John Lee is now running Ether Naylor and Dr. Chas. Curlln, i already blank with advance Mr. It. E. Morgan, i' a substantial farm4 which was solemnized at tho bride's In the Memphis-Cairtrade. .1 of county office seekers, but er of near Trunton, to Miss Efflo .. homo In this city Thursday afterii tin- county iKiinoorntlc Commit- the north to the Gulf of Mexico on County Judge W. A. Monro grantWilson, the daughter of Undo Ned A CASE OF SOUR GRAPES. noon at one o'clock, tho Itev. W. G. inert to ilo about culling n Wilson, formorly of llornboakt now the south ore pointing to Hickman. ed at Mayfleld Thursday, Abb linn not boon mode thl ywir The editor of tho Martin Mall fill They already have tho biggest box Stockton officiating. bond in the sun of 5,000. which on the big island In the rlter nonr Chairman Johnston. of illckinnn. i with Jonlous race nnd finding a factory in the world, thnt's a fact, The bride la a daughter of Mrs. wa$ given. He is charged with killM. E. Naylor, and a nelce of county ing .mnty, linn signified his In- Ed Workman in tho southern "A wedding of local interest was woeful lack of anything progressiva and are selling tho oldest wagons In nf calling hht cowinltlee toi- thnt at .Miimn, witn wuicn to iui uie the world thero now. That's what Judge W. A. Naylor. For some time part of Graves county. Abb is a nepof Foster Moll Harrison to Mtea l i month nnd disposing of Kate Carter, in this olty Sunday columns of tho Mall, takes tho course" tb- - lecturer said. There's some class past she has held the position of dep- hew of tho McClaln who committed 'n uty County Court Clerk and regis- suicide in Jail here last summer. In fnet, there U Iwfor ovonlng at 8:30, at tho home of (lev of a "'dog on a hay pile," and pokes to thnt village, no doubt about It. ' ifgUlntur? a bill proposing W. W. Adams. Tho contrnotliiB I"r-tlo- a a little fun at Hickman after seeing-Walte- r East Hickman Is where tho build- trar of vital statistics for this disSenator Frost has introduced a bill I.. Hrown's picture show boost; ing up will be. It has already been trict. In both Instances, her services !ulry primary loctlon law" warn oaoh reared In Union City' been eminently satisfactory. to repeal the law creating the office tin bailing on the and have numoroua friends who wish lug this city. Why bloss you, old laid off Into town lots and boule-tard- s have in) hnv of parole agent which was passed if action bt delayed by tho top, you nro living In n doserted vll; and torraces, etc. even If tho There is not a sweeter and better thorn a long life full of sunshine mllallziug thin, They will bo at homo to tholr frlonds higo n regular municipal graveyard. picture did show It was laid off In girl in the stato than Mlsa Ethel, as during the sitting of tho last legisotnmttleos iini'i.-oare being called together In Illoknmn nftor January ISth." Hickman could give you cards nnd tobacco also. Speaking seriously, it she was familiarly known, nnd sho lature. There was never a necessity soadoH nnd thon skin vou a country would be a mighty good Investment will certainly make the man of her for such an office and the sooner the of the state, lookii.bih district present legislature repeals all such er1, r in oungrewHtonal nit woll a choice a splendid wife. block in business, lu growth, and ev jo huy somo of those lots. i J tioiut. in fnat the commit-.i- t Dr. Curlln the lucky rascal Is one laws and better it will be for the A11 lionrir lo Hickman, wo iiopo she The recant nnow was goxM pn tliji erythlnc else. Hickman Is , of the state. It should tnlnfng, and half her huslnosa houses may grow to bo so big that Martin of tho best known physicians In tti HovouUi Congressional dU- - wheat crop. t" tr hw tailed n primary election In and residences are not vncant If we will bo swallowed up in the city's Western Kentucky and a prince of never have been passed in the first place. This office is now held by fioorgo P. Wright, of Obion county. didn't hnvo a better prosiwct than 'ha oiKtrnt for March 10th. turmoil and thnt Heel foot lnko will good fellows. He Is a prominent t.f uif prospect of tho legUIn-- ' died last Mondnr at his homo ntnr you have, we'd plow 'er up and put be a mere Inland lake in Klvorslde members of about IS secret orders, Mott Ayres, of Fulton. ir jMing this iww unutomplnted Glass. It In corn. Park, n picture of what we saw, and besides clubs and various socitles. It Thero are no "House for Rent" N- - arly nil of tho prospective Here is his editorial: Incidentally it contains a place call would require a lot of time and space signs to be seen in Hickman. My tlio completion of the ditch, That '"1hIiu.h In the county had much which drains Hllzznrd pond into ed Iyovor's Kotrent, and that sounds to enumerate all of the doctor's good Is proof of growth and prosperity, but There was a free show Inst -r th- - prtutary, otcolloti lw hold t traits and we will omit it, slnco he Clark's river at lenst 6,000 acres of night nt the I'alace Moving encouraging. Hero's to Hickman nnd enjoys a pretty well established rep- also an Indication that more homes fall than next year, nnd It l to ought to be provided for this people the most fsrtllo land in McCracken Ilcturo Show, showing tho relation- hor boosters, and may thoy boost her ii hoped that Pulton county commit-- ' now nddltlou to such torrestlal utation In this regard. who would move here, If homes could county Is opened for cultivation. ship of tho Panama Canal to lllckmm will take up the tnnttor right holghta that It will bo on a lovol Two novel features connected with be rented. A number of cozy and that Is, Hickman of the future. nnd decide what nhail be done Arthur It. Cheatham, son of J. II. with tholr court house, but In wish this marrlago is thnt Dr. Currlln was attractive cottages that can bo ren-e- d m thl Hpenklng of freo shows, believe us, county. A prtmnry In 191! Chentiinm and about 32 yonrs of age. ing this for tho in we feel that they granted a divorce from his former at a reasonable figure Is when would t to the Interest of tilt lar-- died ory suddenly lost Tuesday the people of Martin aro cortnlnl) should also bo admonished to give a wife nbout noon nnd wns married nt we need. Tho same is also applicaaa well a mor satisfactory to mornluK at his home near Olbbs. Do- - not going to lot anything free slip bj thought or two to tho Tower of Ua-b- 1 o'clock and the bride issued her ble to business houses. Let's do less - candidates than to wait until ceased was a nephow of Mrs. J. I. them. 'TIs nuful, how worldly the thing of talking and more building during And when it own marrlago liscense n and Its bulldors. xt jenr and tnko chances us to the 912. Cusslck of this city. Mr. nnd .Mrs. town is getting. And stop to think- becomes a thriving city we hope the which few girls can boast. of the now primary election Cusslck went to Union City to at about it It Is romnrknblo tho dlffT- plcturo show thore will run on week onco a illmo nmkcH with home people nights tho samo as Saturday nights. tend the funeral. going to soo a picture show. There Then ovorythlng will bo lovely. were between five and six hundred who saw the free show last night nnd how many do you suppose Tho County Unit Ulll passed the wont to prayer mooting? Wo shall Houso Friday, receiving 70 votes for not attempt to hazard a guess, but it nnd 20 against It. This s a great wo hnrdly think thero woro as many victory for tho administration. It as flvo hundred, do you? As wo said Is thought that tho senate will nlso (3mj.Ti pass it. boforo, 'tis nwtul. Hut back to tho Jorry Malono is this year with tho show. Iiollovo us, Hickman Is going Waterproof Italn-coa- t Manufactury of to bo some city In about two or three I'nlon City nnd left Monday on a :' Wo wero informed that in years. tour of Arkansas, Missouri, Texas and that length of Um" if wo wished to loulslaun In tho Interest of tho plant. We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely kl go abroad or anywhere else, all wo free to our lady readers in this section. These plants consist of Union City would hnvo to do would bo to go to r''-i Mall ordor houses advertise, put Hickman and thore board any ocean 1 MRS. LAWSON CARNATION liner wo pleased nnd go to whatever figures and prices In cold type, and ITO.J2 1 GERANIUM part of tho world wo pleased. Why, they catch trade. Our morchauts Insldo of three years tho flags of could do tho same thing if they would 1 FLOWERING BEGONIA all nations will to floating over Hick- persist in advortlslng their goods, man. That's whnt tho man up front naming tho prices as. they go. Try 1 BOSTON FERN We It. Advortlslng Is tho backbono of said, nnd ho ought to know. By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman wouldn't bo ono bit surprised if they mall ordor houses, why not tho homo moved tho United Stntos Capitol merchants? we can offer the Hickman Courier one year ; the Farmer and best, for health is dear to all. But there is somethere. You know Hill Tnft was thcro Thursday morning Horbort Eiuer- - Stockman one year, both for not so vory long ago on a steamboat thing you should watch as closely as your choice of son of Al Kmerson, Jr., snot looking over tho prospects. Tako It Georgo at tho a physician the prescription he gives to you. Help somo and killed Luther from us, Uioy nro going to be home which tho two men and their punklns in a little while. We woro the doctor by bringing it here. wives Jointly occupied in north Clinalso Informed thnt In flvo yenrs Mar- ton. Tho participants In tho tragetin would bo a mero suburb. Promis- dy woro both colored men and wero and give these four house plants, postage paid, absolutely free. It. ing' outlook, to cay tho lenst of brothcr-lu-laws- . Luther's wife being The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be Only the most careful selection of the freshest Don't you wish thoy would hold tho a sister of Herbert. in growing condition when they reach you. They will be In San Panama Exposition, to bo held drugs and the greatest care in compounding Frnnciseo In 191G, nt Hickman? You A report of Dave Morgan's trlnl mailed direct from the florist's greenhouse to our subscribers, know It would bo so much cheaper for "false swearing" was reported In all charges prepaid. that prescription can assure you of the quickto go and overyono could soo Wed- Sunday's Commercial Appeal under ' est cure. Bring it here. nesday night thnt Martin pcoplo cravo caption "Sheriff Exonerated." Tho We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants, anything thnt hasn't much cost to it. editor of tho Memphis paper miistj therefore we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if Did you over aeo a great big cucum- hnvo u tip that Davo will bo the next ' you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short ber with a wholo lot of llttlo warts sheriff; at any rarte, Morgan wns, for us to give away our allotment. on It? Well, that's tho way It will found not guilty on tho false swear- time bo with Hickman in a fow years. Sho ing charge. It might also bo menThe papers cost $ 1 .00 each and the plants are easily will bo tho big cucumber and Martin, tioned that Davo has had 10 trials worth $1.00, so we offer you the lot, worth $3.00, for only $1.30. Union City, Fulton, Dyersburg, Mem- during tho past cloven weeks and "The Nyal Store" Address all orders to phis, Cairo, St. LouIs( New York, has won 9 of them. He is either Hong Kong China, lxndon, England, awfully slick or awfully persecuted. THE COURIER, Hickman, Ky. Home Phone No. Cumberland No. and St. Petersburg, Hussln, aro going His many trials aro attracting conto bo tho warts. They showed us that siderable interest, followed by nil hands from tho Great Lakes on Now-llannor, o i Mc-Cla- ln solf-atirttax-payeWod-mjsdn- y ' u 'i1 BUNG CALLED Fulton County Committee Should Get Buiy. TWO COUPLES WED. I ' - it SOMEBODY 5K m t& Four House Plants FREE Nowa-Uanno- r. "yH AT'S why you go for the doctor. And you take care you get the $1.30 :pj Helm & Ellison 10 ?m 45 -. K5 ? !. AND iiH CURVE by PROPER HANDLING OF APPLE CROP AFTER IT HAS BEEN PICKED Respiration o Fruit After Taken From Tree Bears Impor. tant Relation to Their Keeping Qualities Kep About Twice as Long In Cold Storage as In Ordinary Cellar. V W MORSE. New Hampshire) The respiration of animals Is a well know action and the necessity for It In the living creature is fully appreciated. Tho fact that plants and parts of plants must also breatbo Is not so commonly understood. Yet all living cells, whether a part of animal matter or vegetable matter, must have oxygen to keep them alive and they give up carbon dioxide and water as a result of tho action of the oxygen on some of their contents. Parts of plants when cut off from the main stem do not dlo at once, and must continue to breathe. This Is true, whether tho severed part Is a leafy branch, a fruit or, a root; but soma parts live much .longer after removal than others, and the apple continues to breathe for many weeks after it has been picked from the tree. The chief products of respiration are tho same In plants as In animals, namely, carbon dioxide (commonly called carbonic acid) and water. These products can be easily shown by placing one or more apples in - glass Jar and coloring It tightly. In a fow hours a dewy film will cover the inner surface of the Jar, that in time will collect Into drops which wilt trickle to .the bottom. On opening tho Jar, a r may be poured little clear Into it without touching the fruit, and Rubbers Rubbers Now is the tims when you are needing Rubbers, heavy Leibovitz's is the place where you Arties, Rubber-bootcan get them at greatly reduced prices. I am determined not to carry over any rubber goods until next season, and Realizing that the season is growing quite advanced, I have made sharp reductions on my entire rubber line. My stock is still complete and everything is fresh and new no old stock. A fine opportunity for economical rubber buyers. s. THROW LIGHT AROUND lAutornoblle (By Lights Controlled Steering Gear Asalat Greatly In Preventing Accident. Ono of the most ingenious of the many devices Invented for use on automobiles Is the controlling appliance for lamps designed by two Ohio men. Dy moans pf this device tne lamps or a motor car can do maue Now as tho apple breathes In the oxygen of tho air, and breathos out carbonic acid, the latter will be absorbed by tho caustic solution white water will rise In tho Jar to fill tho spneo made vacant by the removal of the oxygen. Finally tbo water will fill of tho air space origabout inally present and remain stationary, oue-flfth ' S3 vN; W MhJ L . ffl I n becnuso tho oxygon Is all used Respiration, whether In animals or In plants, causes a destruction of matter In the colls much like the destruction of wood In a stove, and the rate at which this destruction goes on can be measured by determining tho amount of carbonic acid that Is breathed out In a given length of time Krult, after having been picked from tho tree Is In the condition of a starving animal. Its cells still keep up respiration with nothing In tbo way o( food to make good the losses produced by tho action. Since apples and other fruits have no body heat to maintain, tho breathing process is not so active as In animals, and they may last months after being picked from the tree. Yet there is a steady, continuous loss In weight as tho weeks go by, although tho fruit is sound and firm. Auto Lights Tnat Turn. thereby eliminating one cause of accidents. The lamps aro plvotally mounted and turned easily. Attached to each Is a three-piecJointed rod 'which runs under the hood of the auto and connects with tho steering gear. When the wheel is turned the lamps turn automatically and throw their light In whatever direction the car Is going. HlUerto.'ln turning a corner, the road Just In front was not Illuminated until the motor car was all the way around tho corner. This has caused many accidents, as for a few seconds the driver could not see what was ahead if It was a dark night. The Invention here shown keeps tho path always illuminated and eliminates the danger tumpletely. e to turn in any direction the car turns, OLD DISEASE IS INCURABLE All- - Whole Families Are Afflicted With urophobla, or Fear of Cats Grows More Intense. At a meeting of afield naturalists' society in Edinburgh one of the mem bers read a paper on allurophobla, which means "the fear of cats," and cited numerous examples of persona for whom the ordinary harmless cat possesses the greatest repellant powers. Wholo families are afflicted with It, according to tho paper, and the persons so afflicted either fainted or went Into hysterica If a cat brushed against their clothes. It was agreed by all who had any knowledge of such cases that It was a genuine disease and that It was incurable, and also that tho aversion to felines grew more Intense with the age of the afflicted one. This is only one Interesting phase of a study which has always been of supremo interest to students of heredity. They probably would explain that it is the recollection of some rcmoto ancestor's fear of the great felines that made primeval life miserable, surviving countless generations of immunity from molestation or the fear of It. These instinctive likes and dislikes which come down to us more or less vaguely and only break out in pronounced guise in odd cases nre less frequent with human beings than with animals. UMBRELLA WINDOWS IN Respiration Is partly a chemical reaction, and In apples, llko most chemical solutions In tho laboratory, It grows more rapid as the fruit becomes warmer, and slowed down when the fruit Is cooled. It is frequently the case that warm days with temperatures of TO degrees occur late In the fall, and sometimes continue for a considerable period. Fancy apples Intended for long keeping In cold storage should be cooled as soon as posslblo and kept cold. The breathing process is at the expense ol cell contents and must weaken the keeping qualities as It goes on. And this destructive action la from four to six times as fast out of cold storage as inside It. Testing an Apple. Another fact in connection with the r tbo will be seen to turn respiration Is Important It Is not milky. Just as It will If an animal's stopped in cold storago, but simply urtath Is forced through It. slowed. Apples cannot be kept In The taking up of oxygen from the definitely, but kept about twlco as long air can also be readily shown by tho in cold storage as In a cool cellar. following Interesting experiment In a large basin partially tilled with Draft Horses. A good horseman never trots a water set a small support on which Is placed an apple and a small open draft horse, oven when be has no dish containing a solution of caustic load. That Is not what thoy are for, soda or potash. The apple should not Some degree of speed Is desirable, touch the water nor the caustic solu- however, even In a drafter, and the tion. Cover the support and Its con- fast walk Is not only tbo proper thing, tents by a largo bell glass or wide Jar but the only speeding to which a with its mouth wholly In the water. heavy draft horse should be pormltted lime-watelime-wate- - F F f Sr Sr ff rJmr Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. A WOMAN'S Ol V.'AY H Among tiie Churches, Thrro HpUcopal u l ni button ip my coat and ovcrcoa-- t veil and vrtlk mf bavy j'ovci I shunt ct cold 4h the clock's run down. nal Redwood Shingles Lumber Co. furnaov l no wrvlcs a church next Sunday , i undergoing J. Gtrtgr, Rtotor. First Mvlhodlst ohuroii s Sunday Sohool at 9:U a. m . pi. Ing by Itro. Wilson it 11 n in 7 p. m. I'rayor niortlRg V. dn at 7 p. m. At Kat Hickman C'h.v preaching by Rev. (1. W. Wilton, r day at 7 p. in., and Sunday St hot; 2:30 p. in. Sunday. MARRIAGE F. M. Honr, civo ma tha exact time; LICENSES. AUTUMN SOWN RYE VALUABLE Crop la Hardy and Produces Immense Bulk of Material Before Other Grosses an art Grown. USE Bw' Windows or portholes for umbrellas have been placed on the market by a concern which belloves there Is sufficient reason for such an innovation to make It popular, says Popular Mechanics. Tho windows are of Isln- - glass, and are sold either separate or attached to a now or old umbrella. Their purpose, of courso. Is to enable the user to see ahead when holding an umbrella as a protection against a driving rain. Subscribe for the Courier. f Umbrella Portholes In Use. grass grows, treat It as an lndlspensl-bl- e and valuable crop. Those who do not grow It can have an Idea of this. In the spring time when they are lamenting the absence of new grass, resolutions are often made to grow some the succeeding year, but when the time arrives to sow the crop the good Intentions are forgotten and nothing is done. Then when the time comes around again, as It always does, much regret Is felt that provision was not made to meet It with a good supply of rye. I would remind all that rye should now be sown and assert that It Is most dependable. It Is hardy, always grows, produces an Immense bulk of material long before any kind of grass affords (By W. K. OILUERT) Rye is not grown on every farm, but those who have proved Its value as a bulky, succulent green food that Is available In the spring before the a bite and the stocc relish it greatly. This Includes cows In milk, marcs suckling foals, sheep with lambs, and store stock, too. If sufficient Is grown to allow them some. It should not be sown in bleak prominences where It will have to contend with cutting winds. The more sheltered spots or fields are better adapted for its development In the hindorlng weathers of early spring. It may follow after corn or potatoes. It Is only a temporary crop and will be consumed and cleared oft In time to admit of roots being sown In the early summer. Making such quick and profuso growth It requires rich soil, but not to excess, as this would produce growth of a soft and too perishable nature. Field after field of It need not be grown. A few acres, from two to half a dozen, according to demand, will yield a big supply About three bushel of seed Bhould be sown per acre. I much prefer to drill It. like grain, to sowing It broadcast Dlrds and pigeons are very fond of the Beed and if sown broadcast much of It will bo eaten, but when drilled, most of it Is left alone. There Is a great demand for It by tho cow keepers and those who have become acquainted with its disposal In this fashion never fall to have a large supply Iong and I.ula I'Mppa Joe llusby nnd Ida May Jon. a Harry Crow arm Carrie Tom Kolr ami Lutlu Itonn.it Ted GarnoU and Udla lloimai. Bd Ron) uad Docie k. r W. II. Wolfu and Ailiv H Ru- -Foster Harrison awl KatkW. II. Mwiiions and lk-- i Vaughn and Ille Fru- - l''i - c . r ld tooi-JwM- LANGUAGE OF THE "DIAMOND" Rocontly the baseball editor of n tnotroiKlltan jwpor was sent to report U10 nernion of a now minister, as the religious editor was ill. This Is tho copy he turned In: "Quito a bunch waa present last Sunilny at tho First Church, owing to tho presence of a new nlar, nnd tho box of boosters wore anxious for n lino of the work. Itov. Hlank thuro with tho goods, Is cortnlnly and performed to tho satisfaction of all present, Owing to the fact that this was his first nppearanco on tho local ground, ho wns a llttlo ner vous In tho first liming. Encouraged by tho coachors in tho 'Anion corner, ho lot hltnwilf looso and had tho game well in hand from then on. Ills now Jerusalem slow ball U a peach, and when he turned loose on etero punishment hU speed was torrl-flAs this was his first work out tiet'ti In busluofts. It is too early to 4ry to pmllct a for him, but If ho can koop up tho gait ho has started with, It's bltn for the big league uoxt season." THIEVES ENTER STORE. A. 8. Ikirkett'a store In Wmi man v. an broken Into Monday nnd several dollare In change ' 'torn the cash drnwor. If oth. r cli were stolon. It was n very quantity; oo email to bo notirta Kntrnnco was gained by breaku rear window. Mr. Uarkott infom that thin U tin) fourth llm- his has btteii broken Into si nre h ' - h Reynold, Moss We're Opposed to Mail Order Concern Because n U VENTILATION OF POULTRY HOUSE i I CLOTOIES Thy lure nm a cnl to (urtlirnng ol out town contribuinl tha loleiuti by lhni a ditrcl from thu coaimuDit)' lou o out merchant! Ewjr cfnl trewfd la U v- "p" 7J SisS vJSv. ffljsSV Vs-vOssV r"0S fs''-! "$Sv - - I. 1 I"" l&rM, .pActrre ix Jpuu Bouum HAreito 3 ' OAMPte TQj' v T I I I I I I m BUYERS: I H H H 'H xicet can be net light bete, without delay in teceinng eoodt and the poiithilifjr ol dimuVc in filling otJen. lmot evtty cat thrir But Tha tututal human bait It to buy whete goodi ate cheapett. tecond-at- y Local ptide U uaually in tha gam ol Ma at played today. You nro cnrn0B.l,y requested call at H. E. Cttrlin'a and look through U, 1U0 UOYAb LINE of SPRING samples all puro wool nnd all tho' now th'n8a wo havo thorn. th Order your suit early, nnd got host solcctlon. II. E. CURUIN, "Houso of Quality." Therefore and Butineu Man, meet your competilort vrth theit own weapon Mr. Merchant admtuiog. ' Wptmxar nxvaw jwntv til vrtwiArw r"v Advertise! im Tha local field it youra. All you Deed do it to avail your-e- lf of the oppoitunhiea offered. An adrertitemeat in thit paper will cany rout meuaga into hundredtof home In thu community. It u tha tuieit medium ol lulling your greatett com petitor. A (pace tha uie Coma in won't coit much. and ee ut about k. In tho colder months when the Inside temperature cold Is higher than that H wKKKKKBKKKKKKEKKEIKKKIEEIKKKKIKBBKKKKUKBKKKl H to the roof and osenlngs at the side by which air may anUr. I l, " aL DISC HARROWS DEERE The Agricultural Experimental Station recommends discing all your ground before planting for best results. We have the John Deere and Osborne Disc Harrows, absolutely the best in the U. S. Notice the cut. This harrow is the only harrow built that penetrates to an even depth the full length of gangs. We have the goods and the price will suit you. HICKMAN HARDWARE INCORPORATED SHM A(.mi i Wild Midnight Ride. i Double Wear Shoes for Rough, Wet Weather petnrilly Friday morning The Deputy Cm h.aole has gone to mainder there until of a (earful forest when he was taken before a magisCaUklUs a young girl rale Rldg to"Wk for Poke Eai-leMuskK Upon trate for nn examining trial. sated "kni midnight andglorious many who la biding among tho gullies i(. r deed was but mounting the witness stand ho statiK'ar the moomshlno still house. 1'oke in often sated by l)r King's ed that ho was not guilty and was Is wanted at Rounding Billows for Ij.iwo. rjr Id curing lung irou straightway turned loose. . 'ui.n and col (In, which might disturbing tho pence nnd quietude, in consumption or pmu ml'! npproachlng of I.uko Mathesln by Tho Excelsior Fiddling Hand has bety of mud now days a It curtd me of a dreadful him while ho was busy rending the come noted from tho hendwaters of - Congressional Record nnd nuking him Gimlet Creek to the other side of ) what bo thought nbout the blackber Ryo Straw, for its wonderful Inability ry proMiects for next summer. to mako music. It plays at funerals, dances, nnd on all occasions whero Uttlo Fldltty Flinders has boon un- there Is going to bo something to able to find nny float) on tho toy dog eat nnd drink, n nd will make a contreo. he got on the Christmas tract to play for any of theso occasions for Its board and washing. Tho Ruz Rnrlow has Improved tlio band plays by the day or week, or of his homo with nn en hours, and has only recently began Inrged picture of Miss Fruzle Allcop playing somo of tho poetry composed by Miss Fruzlo AUsop. Tho fnvorlto below was especially designed by Frlnby Hancock will go down In shoe illustrated Kndicott. Johnson & Co.. the world's larncst tanners and shoc-- i Ills cistern tomorrow to see how his piece Uiey pin y Is "Holl Amonst tho Yonrllngs." Tho Excolslor Rand has Arrs t.. Itc nest unci comfortable, and alio heavy and itrong enough to resist wet. swarm of bees Is getting along. 1 rough been arrested set oral times on a wear. r ui- ipprrs arc made of soft pliable chrome-Unne- d leather or extra thickness The Hxcelslor Fiddling Hand went broach of ponce charge, and been "T ' tr. nih, trmlnl to rrut mid and wet. to thtt homo of Sim Fllndors the oth- shot at whllo trying to soronade some Th. rnrInM the foot tightly l a point above the instep. exclusively by er night ami randorcd an enjoyable of our citizens, but through tho InTh. Mr ic, n ,i, whichi, unnrd by a chrome pnxv. t !" "H. JnhnjMin&( ii ,,1K. pics it more resistance to heat or wet than any serenade. Ily request they plnyod fluence of Raz Barlow, w ho plays " Tlcatlirr. It will outwear two ordinary soles and is at the ame time lighter in soft nml low so that tho nolso would Hit lend fiddle, they have managed to ght ami more flexible on the fool. not tvnke him up. remain out of Jail up to tho hour of roomy and comfortable, 1 he Uit U formed to the natural shape I ut nmt going 'o press. in appearance. Tho curtain nt tho onora house at Tim shoe has increased In popularity fteadily in all narts of the country for the Tlokvlllo hns been worn out by be five years and is now woru by thousand of men from Coast to Loast. fry one pair and you wjll never lc without them. ing raised and loworod bo ofton, and $1.00 Per Plato until n now ono oun bo bought, the wns paid at a banquet to Henry Clay, Mighty nudlenco will havo to keep Its oyos In New Orloaus In 1842. costly for those with stomach trou-bi- o closed botweon nets. Today pooplo or Indigestion. 6 Cricket Hicks, who hns been con- everywhere uso Dr. King's Now Lifo well as fined in tho Ryo Straw Jail with a I'Hls for theso troubles as liver, kidney and bowel disorders. glv- complication of charges, will bo I Easy, safo, suro. Only 25 cts at Hole on u coming out party by tho Jailor's ii Ellison. ttnughtor Snturdany night. y Pl-n- couch nml luns disease," writes V R Patterson. Wellington, Tex , "af-- t four In our family had died with consumption, and I gained S7 pounds " NolhlnK so suro nml safe for all Prlco 50c throat and lung troubles Guarand $1 00 Trial bottlo free. anteed by Helm & Ellison. HOGWALLOW NEWS. a mere formality of tho law, and re- INSTALLS TRIP HAMMER R. L. Gray Improving Blacksmith Shop. R. L. Gray installed this week a trip hammer to bo used In his shop, for all kinds of forging and welding, tho machine Is operated by power and strikes a blow of 4,000 pounds. It will do tho "strong arm work" of two forges and two smiths. Tho machine will prove quite a labor saver when the season for sharpening plow points opens. Gray has Just moved into his new brick building built for a shop exclusively, and by installing uptod.ito inachniory is keeping abreast with tho times FIVE TO BE ELECTROCUTED. .... ul rt A dry, hacking cough is hard on tho lungs, often causing them to blee BALLARD' HOREHOUND SYRUP is a healing balm that quickly repairs damages in the lungs and air pas- Frightful Polar Winds sages. Price 25c. 60c and $1.00 per blow with terrific force at tho far bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. north and play havoc with the tkln, Circuit court convenes in Clinton cnuslng red, rough or sore chapped tho first Monday In February, which hands and lips that need Bucklen's Arnica Salvo to heal them. It makes will be tho 5th day of tho month. tho skin soft and smooth. Unrivalbolls, Get your Furniture at Hickman Fur- ed for ulcers, cuts, also burns, piles. bruises and sores, niture Co Only 25 cents at Helm & Ellison. cold-sore- .In the death house at tho state penitentiary at Eddyville there aro five prisoners awaiting tho death sentence. Three are negroes, while two Charlie of the prisoners are white. Howard, of Franklin county, will meet death In the electric chair January . 31 for tho murder of a negro in Bell Frankfort. Carl Miracle, of county will tako his seat in tho death chair March 20 and will be the first white prisoner to meet his fate in the chair. Ewlng Bowling, of Breathitt county, is under scntenco to bo electrocuted on March 29th for the murder of a negro In Breathitt county, Charles Smith and James Smith, two negroes from Mason county, were sentenced to be electrocuted on December 23, but have taken appeals. M Bfaf A Prices $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 Ay Av , o o J m. Tho Mnll Carrier has mado tho This Is the timo when tho farmers that nftor his death ho must should bo careful what kind of corn not bo referred to as tho "Into mall they are feeding stock. Many horses do-ma- Notice. dray wagon to serve We have installed a first-clathe 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 the city. H. E. CURLIN, House of Quality. ss carrier." Everybody excopt Yam Sims has been Invited Xo tho social struggle nt tho homo of Miss Cordelln Yarn noxt Saturday night. will probably go atvny If ho sots his head. Holl-wnng- ytl I ft. o ENDWELL SHOE cm 4ftT waterproof Kromelk soles. On fairly broad, roomy last. A stylish, extremely serviceable shoe. X A No. 075 Heavy Merit Cnlf Either Hluck or bluchcr. Brown uppers and double-wear, Just one of 100 new styles. SULLIVAN BROTHERS Fletcher Hetiston says ho shot a squirrel Tuesday morning that was betting behind n knot on n limb nearly n mllo awny, nnd for this ho baa been presented with two largo tin For tho fow lots unsold in my subbadges ono for his excellent marksmag- division, I am asking about half of manship and tho other for his what thoy are worth, so on Fob. 1st, nificent Ho. I will raise them $5,00 per lot Yam Sims was arrested a few days Now tormlnals and a bridgo a- ng6 on chargo of stealing a mulo a gentleman who lives at tho cross tho Mississippi- - at Memphis from head of Gimlet Creek. Ho was placed will bo built by tho Rock Island Rail in Jail nt Bounding UUIows through way Company. havo died in Kentucky tills winter ns a result of eating bad corn. In tho western end of tho stnto tho deaths havo occurred whon the grain showed no otidenco of being unfit for feed. Tho heavy and continued Soptombor rains caused a great deal of corn, and somo fodder, to mold Tho mold Is ih) I son and kills animals, especially tho horses that eat it. Tho liny crop too Is giving somo serious troublo. . BrCTs ,jJjfc.wfeibJiM " t. . tism' 'mm " ' i1' MMMMMMMWMM FIVE YEARS AGO FROM NOTICE after February ist, we will discontinue all credit business. Please make arrangements to pay the driver when your laundry is delivered, as same will be charged to him. Positively no exceptions. On and TtlK COUKIKK FILKd Mrs. T u C T Swayne entortalned with dinner. o'clock 80 Degrees in the Shade If it's not warm enough at'your house let 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. home of A on arrhed at the Prot and Mrs. B. F. Gabby. nd Miss Ellen Self J. married, Rev. N. B. Graves officiating C. Barrett Paris Itolar. & Molo from Lee Dlpple purchased tho tug Campbell and Jns. CInronce Coram and Aschor Kennedy were partners in tho laundry business. Bugono Naylor ncceptfd a position with the Bryant Mer. Co. nt East Prairie. Mo . Peach trees were In bloom In county, as a result of tho mild January weather. Ixi-Ka- We can make homes comfortable. Give us a chance. Prices right. Hickman Steam Laundry INCORPORATED Mrs. A. M. Tyler gave a colonial party, and tho guests wore colonial costumes and powdered their hair St. Louis Furnishing; Co. Incorporated OCE HARRIS, Manager. met at the courthouse ami elected tho following officers W. B. McGehec, Pres; O. II. Tbrel Jno. A. McClure, keld Sr., Secy; J. II. Satinders, county organ Izer A. S. of E. UNDERTAKERS Capt. L. D. TiUis was wt-with his family. at homo this NO CAUSE TO DOUBT. of Facts Decked by m Miss Laura Brown spent Sunday at State Line with Mrs. Arthur Shaw. A Stntomint J. B. Calvin returned Saturday on Str. John Lee to Cralgs Landing, Mo. Odd pants at factory prices. Come Sullivan Bros. and see for yourself. Guy Robblns attended the funeral Lizzie Am-berg. of his slster-ln-law- ( Miss See us bofore buying your men and boys clothing. It will pay you. Sullivan Bros. Miss Cora Moorehead, court stenogd. rapher, left Friday afternoon for May-fielWhile here she was the guest of Mrs. Alice Amberg. S. P. Henry orders the Courier sent to his son, E. R. Henry, at Los An geles. S. P. is in the hospital at Nashville but thinks ho will bo ablo to return in a few days. t The few unsold lots in O. B, Bond's subdivision will be advanced 15.00 per lot on Feb. 1st, and a little later on will be advanced again becauso they are worth double what Is being asked for them. Strong Guarantee. We guarantee Immediate end positive relief to all suiierers from constipation. In every ciue where oar remedy falls to do thl we will return the money paid us for it. That's a frank statement of fact, and we wnnt yon to substantiate tlicni nt our risk. Itexall Orderlies are eaten Just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable tu action, may bo taken at any time, day or night; do not cause dlarrhnti, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild but iosltlve the orpins With which action they come in contact, apparently acting uh a regulative tonic iion the relaxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the ImwcIs to more vigorous nml healthy netlvlty. Itexall Orderlies are unsurpassable and Ideal for the use of children, old folks nml delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferer from nny form of constipation and Its attendant evils. That's why we back our faith In them vrah our promise of money baek If they do not r!' entire sntl'fnettnn. Three : 1 trlilets in ..its, 30 tablets -- 5 cents and n tnWets mi eeuts. Remember, you nii obtain Rexnll Remedies onr sfro T''e Roanll Store. nnlv The Hickman Drug Co. tin e-- The King Dramatic Co. will en- tertain Hickman thoatre-goer- s at the Miss Lucllo Moss, of Union City, Lyric this week Thursday, Friday visited her sister, Mrs. Rufus Phlpps, and Saturday nights. Their bill of repertoire gives "The tho latter part of last week. Maid and the Man, The Wrong MesCarl Thomas, who has been laid up sage, The Old Eagle's Nest and oth- with badly sprained nnklo from er good season's hits as a part of coasting, is ablo to be out on theatre "menu." Popular prices. crutches. PITTSBURGH WIRE FENCE At Cost For Cash To sell out the remaining stock of fence CASH ONLY at the following prices: inch, regular price 27c, for " " 32c, for " " 35c, for " 4:7 40c, for " Poultry, regular price 50c, for 58 4: point barbed wire, per spool of 80 rods The above is 6 inch slay. 26 32 30 A. DODDS Mrs. D. W. S. Amberg entertained (' i: llondurnnt was over from friends nt euchre. Mrs. R. T. Tyler RECALLS ATROCITIES INDIAN won 1st prize; Mrs. C. 11. Travis, re TuMlay. Suits one third off of real value Among 2nd tho guest were Mrs. Monumont Adorned With Hieroglyphic. REDWOOD SHINGLES Reynolds-os11 Sullivan Bros. C Durham, Mrs. Archer I Voor tiT.ll. Tale of Whites Carried Lumber Co. er. Miss Nina Glenn. Away Captive, Rufus Williams, of Mnyflold, was Kphralm Rtii-m- ll arrived her Mo-dMonday. hero Saturday and West Hickman was flooded and Reading. Vl. Near the main rond from LouUvlllo. hundreds wero driven from their leading from Wcathrrflold to Reading, for WANTED: A correspondent homes in that section, water reach- a passerby may observe two monuMr. SUK-gls- , -- .i of tho Courier in the Clayton neighbor ing a depth of four. feet In many of ment adorned with Indian hieroglySaturday on bu4nm. hood. the houses. Railroad tracks In that phic The lar.er of the two contain the J. K. Vaughn, of TIptOHtitte, Miss Molllo Bourne, of Union City, part of town wcro all under water following Inscription This I near attended tho funeral of Miss Lizzlo and trains were forced to turn .1 the snot where the Indian enenmped nre Monday on tHirtiiaa. Amberg. round nt East Hickman Junction tho night after thoy took Mr Johnson (' K iMvlft, of lOHlll, WM hf and family Mr and Farn b finti of Ui weak on (mmJsm-- . Wo will save you money on each Chaa. Oldrievo passed Hickman worth, August SO, 1751 " Tho two "walking" on tho Mississippi river and 'ever' purchaso bought of us King Dminotlo Co. TfcwfMay. Krt He wore Sullivan Bros. shoes C Inches and Saturday ntglMe, at Ik l.m wide, 0 inches doep and 4 feet long, Mrs. B. P. Royall, of Villa Rldco. and each shoo weighed 20 pound Nice t room houe, rno4ra plumbHI., Is tho guest of her daughter all ing, 2 hall, for sale at cot. This odd task was undertaken at n !d ,Vj ft r f ' 85. M II Shaw, Peoplls Rank. Mrs. P. S. Moore . IS.OOO wager, OMrlevu betting that FURNISHED ROOMS: Deslrablo ho could walk from Cincinnati o I lines. M of Ttrmvtlle( Ap- Now Orleans In n certain length of all conveniences. location and .Sunday, atttttdlng the--, bedside wager, but a He won the ply at this office. tfc time. of h' r iswr, Mrs. M. Autfewg afterwards committed short time John Jackson, of Tlptonviilc, at- sulalde. ( I, Walker want to V4pr tended tho funeral of his cousin, l Haiurday night tu rtait nm Mls Lizzie Amberg. Mrs. Gii-s- tar Krail (ndvertUcmont) o nciouipAiiy his wifo hota Tb.r RobU Isler and wife wcro hero frota FACTS IN THE CASE by Louis vlllu. Pensecola, Fla., the latter part of last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M Commonwealth of Ky. iLi in my subdivision are only Isler. Bob left for Memphis Saturday kj Vs. For failure to support mother now, and thoy arc ur.h Dave and Tom Morgan. ik'Ubli- ihl, mi 1 will ndvniK .. 011 Tho moving awny of C. P. Shumate Kb 1st, and then keep oh adur leaves tho city council short ono V In the above styled action V ng mill I got tho right prk 011 mcber. With this exception, the new Smith was sworn and testified that .in i II Bond. council was sworn in Monday night, D. P. Morgan hnd made arrangecommittees appointed, etc. Sec pro ments with him to furnish his moth Save the trouble of smoking your Historic Vermont Monument. ceedings for full particulars. er with nil the drygoods sho might meat by using our Liquid Smoke 74 own personal use and monument were erected In 17D9 by worth will take caro of 600 pounds Don't be deceived by to much talk need for her charge to his account and that he Mrs. Johnson and her fellow prisoner. of meat and give It the regular old Mr Labarree, to commemorate about cheap shingles. We will sell the you tho some goods for less money was and now Is willing to furnish dreadful march with tho Indians from Mckory flavor keep It firm --ad any kind in his Charlestown, N. H over to tho sweet tho year 'round; no skippers and can furnish you a better shinglo her with all goods of store. C. C. Smith Otter creek, then to Lako Champlaln Your money back If not satUfld If you want it. C. M. Yates Shinglo James C. Newton sworn testified and Canada. The deUII of that march llettenwortb & Prather. Co. that ho is running a grocery store In aro dramatic. Midway between daybreak and Hickman. Ky , and that I). P. Morgan August 30. 1754, Lieutenant Johnono of the defendants In the nboe son, wife and four small children, with A styled action made arrangements other prisoners, wero captured and with him for his mother to get all forced on tho march. Captain Straw tho groceries tdie wanted nt his store pursued tho Indians across the C'on and that he has been and Is now necticut and fought with Uiem near willing to furulhh the mother of the tbo General lwl Morrl place In dofendent Date Morgan all the gro- Springfield, but did not release the capIn ceries she might wnnt nnd that said tives. They were twenty day reaching St. Francis, Canada, where Doctors Could Not Help Mrs. arrangmonts wero made with him they romalned a captive three years. 18 months ago and Is still in Templeton Regained force and that nt nny time sho shoul Health through Lydia E. FOR SALE: have coino or sent to him for anyTwo residences on thing In the grocery line ho would Troy avenuo. Good lot, barn, otc. Pinkham's Compound. havo supplied nnd will now supply One house hns 10 rooms; tho othor her and chargo same to Davo Mor- i rooms Lot 100x180. Also nnothor Hooper, Nebraska. "I nm very clad good residence near tho Presbyterian gan's account. Jns, C. Newton. Dr. Sam Luten also testified In tills church. All of thoao aro A No. 1 to tell how Lydia E. Pinkhnrn's Vegetable Comiwuml hus liaised me. Porfivej'-arcaso that Davo or D. P. Morgan had pleco of proporty. Reasonable I sultered from female troubles so I wm arrangmonts with him nbout terms. Apply at this office. mado scarcely at If to do my work. I took doctwo yoars ago to give his (Morgans) tors' medicines anil used local treatments but was not helped. I had such awful mother all tho medical attention nedown pains and my back was so PIECE. cessary and that ho has and still will MAY COIN weak I could hardly walk nnd could not glvo sold mother all the medical atA bill to uuthorlzo tho colnago rldo. I often had to sit up nights to sleep tention necessary and charge satno I pieces has boon Introduced nnd my friends thought I could not In of to Dnvo Morgan. He further testi In tho house by Rcprcentat!vo llulk-Iey- , long. At my request my husband k0' fied that Morgan told him that at mo 0 bottlo of Lydia E. Pinkhom's Veof Clovelond, O., who is one of getable any time his mother wanted any thing to the youngest Domocrat In CongroHi. tako Compound and I commenced the to get it for her nnd chargo to his It Ry tho time I had taken origin of thla bill Is rather pe- eovonth bottlo my health had returned Davo Morgans account and that ho Tho culiar. It Is duo to tho faact that nnd I began doing- - my washing- and was a has and la still willing to do samo. tho lato Tom L. Johnson succeeded well woman. Atone time for three weeks S. W. Luton, M. D. In giving Cleveland a street I did nil tho work for eighteen boarders Mrs. Kato Stone, also testified that car faro. Whilo tho peoplo llko the with no signs of my old troublo returnsho never saw a man more attenfare, they found thnt It was ing. Many hnvo taken your medicine 32c tive and kind to his mother than Davo after seeing what It did for me. I would Morgan and that he was always not so slmplo to pay as tho old fare not tako $1000 and bo whero I wns. You willing to do any thing for his moth- -' of a nickel. It hns linohed tho wo havo my permission to uso my name if SUSIE cr and that ho was thai best boy to of n great many pontiles, which nro It will aid anyone. "-a tiulsnnco to carry. Several other Hoojwr, Nebraska. his mother that sho ever saw. Mrs. cities in tho West are having a ThoPinkhnm record is n proud nnd pet'r' Katlo Stone. faro ngltatlon nnd Mr. Hulk-le- y less ono. It is a record of constant vicI wish to etato that tho above testory over tho obstinate ills of woma- n- ills bcllovca that thoro will bo a timony was furnished the county that deal out despair. domnnd for pieces. Judgo in a preliminary trial beforo Ho would not, hovvover, return to It is nn established I was indicted. I was ready for trial fact that Lydln E. the old stylo pleco, which was Pinkhnrn's VegetaIn tho circuit court hero last week, a coin smaller than n dlmo, Tho ble Compound hns and tho caso was filed nway OVER stylo which ho proposes would bo to thou MY OBJECTIONS. Dnvo Morgan. somowhat larger than tho nresont sands of such suffer l jo-iIV Mltintv.Mi.A ..- - ....... ... 1. ing women. Why . ...,wv,,-,.,l JJVI wim 01 11 ...it. Willi don'tyoutryltlfyoui Subscrlbo for the Courier. bo aluminum nnd C per cent copper. I Dcoasucn a medicine? ay s hr . skiff-shape- d ' 1 tla'ttr uik - - lriiWwH2i un-ris- e RECORD OF ' GREAT MEDICINE s well sell for 23c 25c 28c - 29c $2.75 Mrs. nlp-Vo- u 1 CsWB. For th CHINESE PRIES Do You MIGHT UNCLE VISITS I. Y. IP I sli'Illi dair , , DECIDE TO FIGHT REMOVAL OF PREMIER YUAN BELIEVED TO DE MATTER OF HOURS. Read? Let us Save you Money on Your Magazines . . . a fw of our Special Fnllowlnn we lubl)ln OlTers, The prlce Include the oiirleruns yenr and the pulillcntlon named one yenr. OF KINQ QEORQE QUEST OF WHITELAW REID. T u ii t ifi i ii ii SAPD t rr-rfa .1 c rc you so fortunate as to with your v well satisfied With Duchess and Princess Patricia, He Will Be Entertained Socially for Four Days. The Duke ot Connaught, uncle of King Oeorge of England; the Duchess ot Connaught and their daughter, Princess Patricia, nnd their suite reached here from Ottawa for a social lslt of four days In Now York. Tho vlco-regparty aro the guests of Ambas'ador and Mrs. Whltelaw Reld. The visit marks the first call of royalty in this country since tho tour, nearly ton years ago, of Prince Henry of Prussia. The duke and Am biissador Reld havo let it become known that tho visit is a purely personal one and there is nothing even about it l party The journey of iho was made on two special cars, tho Cornwall and tho York. Tho governor-generand family were welcomed at the Grand Central station by Ambassador nnd Mrs. Reld, after which tho party motored to tho Reld home on Madison avonuo. Princess Patricia was tho first to alight from the train, nnd, escorted on either elde by Colonol Lowther, military sectary to the duke, and another gentleman of the party, with a they hurried to a tax-tca-b Now York, ii.'i-rggV'!- ir.' Is it long enough, ,uh enough, ikh enough? ,,ki your I air does not tall Well, well, that is good. t t vou may know ot some so lortunale. Thenjus them about Aycr's Hair They will surely thi.nk i.i i.fter using it, if not be- , i Jan. 23. . pa;?feH;, WE HAS FEARS FOR HIS LIFE ge '4V'" i r'A Vl ' n,- BUM c - w "T F 11 . ,i r i t v Remember, it does .olor the haii Hum ust o( ingredients to doctor Let him decide value ih. ir r AMuro He knows. lw-'- i i. r) Choosing Silver Altulic cWtlcni, cocrrct iylr. IfdUnt finuli. cumLauxi with hoortt taluf, aula w .ROGERS BROS.tu iHmwarc t!ie choice ot dntntnuutingiiurchaxri. tUodt THu name to-- ! ut the htarirti grade ol rJateanJcviuuiSt beauty t4 panrfu, atunni )rrn of Mrwre and kg lurrmailable durability hai woo lh popular tale -iSrtr 1UU fllfl Ikjl UVjii." tr4ikrUMf "C II t' ra frw Li Lr i IIUkfH itn l.f paiunl. Co. xVM,ta. See Our Agent Saad Salamy for high grade COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices nnd prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. C-lv- TTe n. Trliil INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE the Lamp Oil that Uothlng la moro Important la tie tome than clear, steady i.e,loil iniuro tnia iy coiiins Uo that burns clear ana c tan without a flicker down to the lait drop, l'cnnsylvanli crude oil refined to perloctlon. Coats no more than the kind saves iMONUV uavM WOKIC naves eyes. Your dMlor tins HOUTH Oil. In barrels direct from ouc works. unn-wsK- Saves Eyes Chas. C Stoll OU Co. Iteflncry at TVarrea, "Wo cwll tho celebrated earb" Auto Oil. Louisville, Ky. T. ".No i t us culUvnio n pilillc spirit nnd lss nnd work inoro. Encourngo our local authorities in making Improvements. Sponk up, speak well. talk encouragingly of Illckninn nnd a bright Uiobo prospects. It is many llttlo considerations, that makoB a town grow. Nature lina shower' ' d tiiKiu us her choicest blessings, nn wl ixrfect unity nnd effort for the W'i d of our common cnuso, Brent will i tho result for tho yenr 1912. 1 'tilt After Kcb. 1st tho fow lota loft in will bo 5 higher nnd pretty soon you can't buy at 190 een, bccnuBO tho Improvements In Wot Hickman nro maklnj; them doa i subdivision llo I CERIn vnluo. LOOK OUT! TAINLY AM going to keep on raising until thoy got whero thoy ought to bo. a. U. llond. THE HICKMAN COURIER London Advice State Abdication ONK YKAH WITH Edict Will Ge litued and Now New Chinese Empire Will Da $2.30 Mnslee's Magazine 2.00 All Story Magazlno Middle Flower Nation. G.45 Amorlcnn Ranker 1.7G Ameteur SiKirtsman 1.7G Amorlcnn Uoy 4.G5 Shanghai, Jan. 23. There were in. A. Catholic Qrly. Review 1.30 dicntlona that tho imperial clan had American Parmer l.CG decided to fight desperately to retain American Homo Journal 3.05 the throno. Tho younger prlncos, who Am. Grocer Am I lorae hare hold out flrmly against coinpll. Am. Journal Breeder Sclonco.... 2.C5 G.30 Medical ance with tho tcrma of tho revolu- A. Ix'giil News 2.1G tionists, erldently had gained tho up. Amerlcnn Motorist 1.85 per hand, nnd Yuan Shi Knl'B removul m Motor News 1.70 n Premier waa believed to bo hut a A. Poultry Journal 1.35 A l.SG Sheop Rrccder matter of hours. ' 2.7G Humors abroad In Pnkln declared Appnrul Gazette 2.7G either Yin Tclmng. former minister of Arohltecluro nnd Rulldlng Vrgosy 2.00 war. or Teh Liang, expresldont of Arknneuw 1.40 the board of war. vould be choen at Automobllo Travolor 1.95 Topics hlB successor. Tho premier's life wan Rnsoball Mugazlne .2.15 bellexed to be In the greatest danger. lletter Fruit l.CG 4.15 It waa nald ho might bo charged with Millboard 1.7G treason A death Mnteneo would bo P. man's Iconoclast 1.75 Hlaek Cat the logical outcome In that event .2.35 Republican leader hero clamored Hlue Rook Mngiizlm .3.20 Itookman for a renewal of hof timing. Already Root .3.30 and Shoe Recorder aoveral hundred republican Boldlera llovs Mugaatne .1.75 have been landed at Che Foot nnd Dreeders Gazetto 2.05 an expedition ;ould roach the Impe- HiilnesR Philosopher 2.40 3.C5 rial capital In a few days. I'aealer Magazine 2.65 It waa believed hero that there waa (nth Stand, and Times 1.C5 iVment and Eng. News no much disaffection among the 4.55 noldlnra that they would put Century Mngnzlno & Drovers Jr.... 1.C5 up little resistance If the catnpalcn t'hleaKo Courier-Journa- l 1.50 Weekly were pushed by tho republican army. Clirlnllnn Advocate, St IuIh.. 2.85 5.35 Colliers Weekly The Middle Flower Nation. 1.70 Colemnns Rural World 1.70 , London, Jan. 23. It Is expected the Commoner t'om-retAge 1.70 abdication edict will be Iraucd Tues1.85 day, aaya the I'okla correspondent of Conffderato Veteran 1.75 the Dally Mall, which adds that tho Cooktng Club Mag..., 1.9 Chinese empire will bo known na Cosmopolitan 2,56 Current Literature Chunr; wa Kwo, meaning Middle Delineator 1.95 Flower Nation. IWIgner , 1.65 I vx Journal Tho national conference which la to 1.75 agree upon preliminaries will b hold lhamatlu New 4.40 2.C5 at Tien Tain, and Yuan Shi ICal will Drees 3.45 be present Later tho peace ngree Dry Goods Reporter 5.70 inent will be signed at The Hague, in Koonomlst Duns Review 2.45 the presence of tho representatives ol Editorial llerlow 2.70 all the foreign powers. 2.16 Electrician and Mechanic 3.35 Elite Stylra 3.75 TRIES TO HANG; FROZEN Engineering Mng 2.05 Etude (Music) Uvory bodya Magazine 2.05 Man Falls as Rope Dreaks and Head Everywhere 1 SO 1.35 Every Woman Mng Hits a Stone Oles From 3.05 Family Story Paper Exposure. 1.35 Farm and Fireside 1.35 Bcranton, Pa., Jan. 23. Androw Farm and Home 2.20 (10 years) Harko attempted to hang himself to Farm Journal Stream 3.1G Forrest nnd a tree. The ropo parted and he fell, Field and Stream 2 05 on a sharp stone. Forum striking his hend 3.16 He lay unconscious and froze, to death Gas Engine 1.75 In thn loro weather. An nutODBV DJ Girls Companion 1.40 1.90 Coroner Lynch disclosed that expos Good Housekeeping.., 2.30 Green Rook Album..'. ure cauned deatn. 2G5 Harko's body was found In a quarry Grit 1.90 a hnlf mllo from hU homo. He had Harpers Raznr 4.35 Harpers Weakly boen missing a week. 4.35 Harpers Mngozlno Home Needlowork Mng 155 2S6 UNCOVER DYNAMITE PLOT Horso World ISO Humorist Hunter. Trader and Trapper. . . . 190 Seven Arrested In Connection With lnlnnd Grocer nnd Rutchor.. .. 2 40 Strike Demonstrations at Law. Judge 5 30 rence, Mass. 1 25 KntHMu City Star Weekly 2.S0 Keiths Magazlno 2 30 lAwrence Muss, Jan. 23. Sevui Ky. Fnrmar nnd Rrucder 0 2.-.4nl I es Homo Journal at cks of dynamite, six perciiBslou 1 40 mid n lot of fuso wore found by Udles World ops 4.05 de lu the police In a raid In n tenement L'ArtRon TonMode 4 16 Ie house In thu heart of the Syrian dis- Io Costume Royal 4 15 trict Seven alleged dynamiters wero Blackwood Magnzlno 3 90 mon and two women. arested-s- tx 2.60 Llppineotts Mag 4 o: Uterary Digest 6.30 Mother and 3 Children Incinerated. Ioelles Weekly 1.85 Greenfield. Mo.. Jnu. 23. Mrs. Tol- .Mugazlne Am. History 1.21 rf ni ihrev children were burned Magazine of Mysteries to death In their home near Areola, McCnlls Mng. nnd Pattern.. .. 1 40 2 05 iiuiin rnnntv. In n II ro cnusoil by an McCluros Mng 25 Memphis Commercial Appeal... explosion The husband. nttompUng Metropolitan Mng 2.05 lire, used gasoline l) "" to start n 1.5B Modern Prlscclla htm MoToR blew The oplolon lake . 3CS 3.or. ihrouch the door out Into the yard, MoToR RoaTing 2.00 Munseys Mng y lie probably will dt. 1.76 Musical Observer . 20 National Mngnzlno 1.70 If you want better ahlnglcs, try our National Monthly 1.25 Weakly California Redwood. Itoyniold, Moss 156 New Idea Womans Mag Lumber Co. 4.15 New, York Cllppor 4 35 One million Nortli Am. romow KOFI SALE AT ONCE . 2.15 Outdoor Life extra fino cypreaa shingles. C. M. Outdoor Mag 3.30 Yates Shlnglo Co. 3.80 Outlook 2.05 Overland Monthly 1.90 Pathfinder STOHACHjmOOBLES 2.05 Pearsons Magazlno 1.76 Philistine 2.05 Physical Culture 1.76 Cured By Vinol Here is Proof Pictorial Rovlow 2.35 Soymour. Ind. "I was troubled with Popula r Mechanics 5.40 ji chronic ntomnrh trouble, nnd five Puck glvo 2.05 wceka ngo It got so lmil I lind tomcdl-clne- Red Rook 2.C5 Review of Revlows up work. I hac' tried various 1.60 relief, and was finally St. Louis Globu-Dowithout 4.30 taking tho Satlro Induced to try Vluol. After 1.40 St. Louis Republic first bottlo I wna greatly benefited. Saturday Evening Post 2.50 , on thn third bottlo nnd ready xm 3.30 Scientific American i 2.00 to rt'sumo work. Am rapidly gaining Scrapbook strength." Edw. 3.70 in weight nnd Scrlbncr's Mag . 3.1 Smart Set 2.30 It Is tho curntlvo niedlclnnl ele- Smiths Mng 1.50 ments of tho cods' livers, combined SouUiern Planter 2.05 with tho strengthening properties of Southland Magazlno 1.75 Story Rook tonic Iron contained In Vluol which Ten Top Weekly ,. 3.05 restoring Tip mak. c it so successful in 2.C0 digestion nnd at tho same Toilettes .rf of 2.40 ii.. I..Af1 nvnr. Twentieth Century 2.65 r e It uuiiub up iiiusyBtom. Travel nnd 1.65 Uncle Remus 4.25 Try a bottlo of Vlnol with tho bo Vanity Fair . 205 that your monoy will Womans Homo Companion.. 2.G5 World Today roturncd if it does not holp you. 2.G5 Youthd Companion Holm & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. 1 me mtis-fconConilf hi 1 e yfsjsjyv' H l . it xx yyr fc Starts BANKACC01 Ity, b T Today i C. E. ZimntiBiaa Co.".No. semi-offici- HPHEIR earnings have been sufficient but their savings have not. A bank account insures perfect independence in mature years. vice-rega- al The Peoples Bank on A minute or so Forty-secon- later the duchoss ol street Connaught with a member of her party and two railroad officials stopped from the train and went to a taxi-ca- b in front of tho station. In the meantlmo tho duke stepped from the other side of the prlvnto car and, escorted by Ambassador Reld, walked unobserved to Madison avenue, whore they took an automobllo. r Solicits Your Patronage. 4 The Light Question FLOOD Kat HEROINE IS DEAD Shelly Crawled Across Iowa Bridge at Midnight and Saved Pasenser Train. Roonc, la., Jan. 23. Kate Shelly, heroine of the Honey Creek flood disaster in 1881, died at her home, a quarter ot a mile from Molngona bridge across the Des Moines river, the scene of her horotc act Six mouths ago she was operated on for appendicitis and before she recovered Drlght's disease set in. During a violent storm thirty years ago, Miss Shelly, who was station agent at Molngona, crossed the bridge on her bands and knees at midnight to flag a passenger train on the Chirailroad and cago & Northwestern save it from plunging into Honey crock, whero a bridge had been washed away. can be beautifully settled by fusing the electric You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course qualities. Why more effective inflight-givin-g not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modern households. PLOTTED TO INVOLVE U. S. Col. Bruce of Persian Treasury Gen- darmerle Escapes Death by Hickman Ice Incorporated. Coal Co. Bullet at Teheran. 23. Toheran, Jon. A plot to kill one dis- covered and this explains the attempt the American, Col. Bruce, attache to the treasury gendarmerie, who was shot at whllo leaving tho barracks on ot tho American officials has boen L JOHN DILLON, Jr., Manager. January 16. implicating himself. The object appears to have been to croato a political Incident in which the United States would be involved. A former official of tho gendarmerie has mado n confession of the plot, ffi i.r Hook's Nomination This Week. 23. Among Washington, Jan. friends of Presldt at Tnft It Is generally understood that the nomination of United States Circuit Judgo Hook of KnnsnB t? the supremo court succeeding the late Justice Harlan, would bo sent to the senate In the course of the present week. Life Term for Slayer. Muncic. Ind., Jan., 2ft. A Jury found Charles S. McGalllard, slayer of his sweetheart, Alta Hnyworth, guilty of murder In the second degree. Tho penalty Is life lmpriboumcnt 'COOV-BUT m 3 j ' 131 r II riON rOOH BUSINESS niT OFF WHAT INTENTIONS EX ECU. POOR IT'3 TO YOU KNOH'StUSTBE DONE iritT NOT GET BUST WD.ir AN"D OPEN WITH USt BE RE.1DT J r Where money is saved. furnishing Clothing nnd gents goods compose tho attractlvo stock of Sullivan Bros., of Hickman. Wo havo ouoyed a luxurious business since being in your town and for this wo wish to thank each and every ono of our many customers. Our success Is duo to tho stylo, quality and ntnt fit of suit and garments, to gether with reasonable prices wo lun a splendid lino of hats, neckwear, shoes, and general furnishings and keep up to tho dnto with every that appertains to tho clothing business. Wo take great pleasure in showing our goods and from the different fabrics, colors and workmanship displayed no man or boy can fall to select exactly what is desired. We cnrnesUy Invito you to our store. Sullivan Dros. e i N'ews-Sclmlt- , U1TH A CQNVENI-rjCHECK BOOK Jt N "D C K ED I f HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. a roifn. ACCOUNT tit THE COMING HUII OF BUSINESS Mi t. Q II,. , U rE dtnl 50.00022.V,p,M i3250022ll Jjl H Nlc-mn- run-dow- n wi. Cape Qlrnrdcau is making an effort to secure an Iron Mountain connection and offers use ot tho Houck terminal lino from Aucell, on the Cotton Belt, to that city. If such nu arrangement is mado it Is thought that the Missouri Pacific System may buy tho flvo lines that make up the Houck System. This latter might Captain A. A. Faris with tho Str. effect Houck's new Cape Girardeau, May Stewart, left Saturday in search Charleston & Hickman line. Charlesof two runaway barges of lumbor, ton (Mo.) Courier. Mrs. R. A. Cates, Miss Christine which broke from their moorings in Cates nnd Jno. C. Jackson wero here Thj Professor describing manner of "exRayou do Cheln Friday night. from TIptonvllle, Monday, to attond barges wero found at No. 8, aground it to pupils in chapel: "First I will tho funeral of Miss Lizzie Amberg. on tho bar. Both had sunk in sever- pass away, then tho faculty will pass Redwood Shingles Reynold, Moss al feet of water, but were pumped It to pupils n! chapel: "Fhrst, I will away, and wo will meet below." Lumber Co. out and brought back. That women bo given tho right to vote In school elections nnd hold office on school boards in Kentucky is provided for In a bill reported favorably by tho committee on education In tho lower house of tho Kentucky legislature Friday. No action has yet been taken in tho senate. s i n&SM tMJ0j?JS--- ,MiMM & " .a3 tiUkJfc ;,;V? n. Best Kentucky Lump COAL Also Dealer In HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH b Father, give the boy n chance, it e and progressive ho ho Is ... i. " must navo new laeos; sei uiuj uM.tiit. way; the old way is not always the best. wide-awakt- At Factory Cost Having purchased, at a very low 'figure, the entire stock of Fuqua, Helm & Co., it will be sold at slaughter prices to close consisting of out quick. It is new and up-to-da- te, PHONES t Another New The world must bo happier If the a little more generous with their praise. There Is too much flattery, but a word of Just appreciaheart and tion would cheer the strengthen tho hands of many a dis couraged worker In tho home, la tho In tho church and In the peoplw were world. 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. There Is nothing that Is 60 cheering to a mother's heart, and such a rich recompense for all sho has sacrificed and endured, as the kind, affectionate remembrance of her chil dren. There Is nothing that can a dorn man or woman more than tho tenderness and gontle care they manifest towards their aged parents as they tottor on the borders of another world. Dress Goods, Shoes Ladies9 Suits, Cloaks Lace Curtains, Notions "Hurler's Candy" For sale at Cowgili's Drug Store F. E. CASE & SON Has a full line of FRESH CANNED GOODS Both Foreign and Domestic There Is a moral grondour In tho thought "I havo mado myself." Tho world may wag their heads, and you may bo donounced, but If you are o conscious of that Integrity of which has always characterized you, and that you now stand on an eminence, placed there by your own rectitude of heart, you have nothing to fear. You had not tho Influenco of wealth, nor tho "God speed you" of powerful friends; but you had more a heart fixed and determined, and that Is what has made you what you are. Go on add vlrtuo to virtue look steadily at the goal you, and at lost your best teachers and artful companions will acknowledge your superiority nnd feel proud of being among the number of your friends. The man who is resolved to bo something in tho world should havo nothing to fear, and when he little dreams of It, honors aro gathering about his head and an influence gone out from him, which Ii exerted silently but surely for tho good of thousands. pur-pos- Rugs, Underwear, Etc. On sale in the old firms store building on Clinton street. Come early and get the pick nothing reserved. bo-fo- re A. S. BARKETT of tho family who go outsido of tho house, where thoy havo been, why they went, whom they saw, what they said and why they didn't seo tho peoplo they didn't soo? Do you simply grunt when spoken to when you aro in the privacy of tho home clrclo? Do you habitually throw cold water on every plan that is proposed? Do you consider that you have the right to boss every one of your household bo he, or she, has the nils- fortuno to bo married to you, or to be blood kin to you? other member 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. A Truthful Assertion. PAFF HAWKINS CIVIL ENGINEER Land, Drainage and Municipal Surveys, Maps, Estimates and Reports. Office over Naifch Bros, store. Tho worst habit that boys can fall Into is that of loafing around on tho street at night. It is then they cast their lot In sleppery places when at any moment they are likely to fall from grace. All good and noblo lessons taught them by their mothers are there counteracted and nullflod. They learn nothing that Is good but everything bad. Tho boys who spend their evenings In the sacred precincts of home, with good books for their companions aro tho future hope of this republic; they will fill congressional our legislative and halls, and sit in judgment upon men and measure, while the boys who run the streets will fill our penitentiaries, almshouse and lunatic asy lums. Parents who are responsible for these broken laws of decency will have broken hearts and bowed down heads in tho awakening years that will inevitably follow. si m Among Friends Do you Spend your tlmo talking about your troubles? Aro you guilty o forever reminiscencing about your travels, and what you saw in Europo and what you did no Bee in California? Do you brag about your success and your triumphs? g Do you mako peoplo Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a relia- stand for enecdotea about your children and infantile bon mots? Do you apend weary hour explaining the mechanism nnd tho advantages of )our automobile to peoplo who haven't a whealborrow nnd couldn't run one if they had It? Do you talk endless shop to peoplo who haven't nny Interest to any buslnotHi but their own? Do you consider that being an indlvdlual's friond gives you tho right to police thnt person's life and pick out his "or her amusomunts, friends or olothos? Do you consider that friendship gives you the right to monopolize another Individual? Do you butt into J6ur friend'ti with all matter of uncalled for ndvlco? Do you got grouchy because jour friends won't get mad with other people because you aro mad with Uiain and won't go to your milliner and dressmakor and doctor? I)o jou consider that friendship Is another name for borrowing, and that you havo a right to uso your friend's belonging as If thoy were your own? Do you descend on your frionds, bag and baggage, without waiting for the formality of an Invitation, or tho descency to find out whether your presence will bo convenient or not? rs Hickman, Kentucky p. o. Box sa Raise in Rates The public la hereby notified ! that the COTTAGE HOTEL Itates are now $1.40 A DAY Meals and Beds are 35c Each We ore forced to change from lljOOto tl Won atcount of Koneral high prlcei. Home! What a hallowed name; bow full of enchantment and how dear to every heart. How It touches every fibre of tho soul and strikes every chord of the human heart with Nothing but Its angelic fingers. tender associations aro linked with Whal pleasing images and home. deep emotions It. awakens. It calls upon the fondest memories of life, and opens In our nature the purest, deepest, richest, gush of consecrated thought and feeling. Home, homo. There is no place like home. Homo How affection of our childhood. clings and hovers round theo with her seraph wings. In The Family Circle. Do you ble remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. 1 high lameness,1 and cured her. I am never without a holtle of Tour liniment) have bought more ol It than any other remedy for pains." Daily Kubv, " I used Sloan' Here's Proof. Liniment on 1 mule (or "Sloan'a Liniment IS the best made. I have removed very Urge shoe bolls oil a horse with it. I hat killed a quarter crack on a mare that was awfully bad. I have also healed raw, sore necks on three horses. 1 have healed pease heel on a mare that could hardly walk " Aktmunv Oakland, Pa., Route No. i. Cai&adr. kv. Hera In A Lighthouse. For years J. 8. Donahuo, So. Haven, Mich., a civil war captain, as a It looks moro llkoly ovory dn ih' keeper, averted lighthouse awful Get tho best at Hickman Furniture Kooscvolt will again bo a cnndl''' wrecks, but a queer fact Is, ho might havo been a wreck, himself, It Co for President. Electric Bitters had not prevented. Anyone wishing to invent in rcnl CaU 195 for Cleaning, Procaine, "They cured mo of kidney trouble and chills," ho writes "After I had estate see M. I). Shaw. and Ropalring. Whlto Dros. taken othor so called cures for years, without being benefited and they also Improved my sight. Now, at seventy, 1 am feeling fine." For dyspepsia, Indigestion all Btomach, they're liver and kidney troubles, Only Try them. without equal. 50c at Helm & Ellison. A ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR A COUNTY JAIL CONDEMNED. GOOD STOMACH. The grand Jury last oek. aft. a llt to the count) bastlle, cum id This Offtr Should Be a Warning to ed the old building had seen IU u Every Man and Woman. day, and proceeded to officially , ... Tin nrnnpTrif and medical Jour demit It They did something '' wU re- rnly hate liiui mtirh to say m n fanioiH mllllonnlro's offr should have been do no by thstr ir. f a uiir.inn dollar for n new atomach. decewfors tunny year ago, and it This great mnlilmltllonaIrt was too remarkable that the old stack la rtiT to worry itlxitit Uu condition of rvmleretl n good survfrw m Ii I. as hi tonutoh. but the price of such Hit allowed hi dyijp-H- t rvre oa t run frotn to wonm until in been eternal villKfino on the rrt o( the end It Ixhtuiiu Incurable our vory dwenlug jailor. ITsmmth HH inlf'irfum errr n n warning can almost dig through its waits with In tlir a toothpick. livery one who suffer with dyspep. HntVa hoping n new liulWIn In for a fw yearn will give overy-thlnmodern, strong nml sanitar- y- mav he own for a new utomnrh. I irptpi Is commonly cnuned by nn soon take tho place of tho old one abnormal ntnlc of the giintrlc Juicr. a building worthy tho namo of Tvium - by lack nf tone In (he wall of the county's ailor. "nnwh. The result In that tho ntom-artti'ei ll power to digest food. Wf n nw nlJt to supply certain ' Lama bark mnv rnmn frnm mrr- mii" eenieuit Id IHeIl to tVMoro work, cold settled In tho musoles of in In from ft II rift-l- i julep' tln'lr dlceitlvo the back, orcases disease. rotm-d-Um tho right power nd o nl-- In making the atom-- two former Is HALLAUD'8 8NOW LINIMBNT It Ii s'rrrnir and moII. should bo rubbed thoroughly over We litioM that Ilexnll Dyrpep'la tho uffected part, in tho rollof wBI be To. Met n moit dependable remiiru prompt and satisfactory. Trice 2&c, edy for IIirdered etonmrln, ludlgen-lo- i COc and 11.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. nod d.v"ip"lri. YV want jnu to try them nnd will return money If you aro not NOTICE. more thin MitlMilctl with the rer?ult. Your city taxes are post due and Three nlre, '.'5 cent, M cent nnd unless thoy aro paid by Fob. 1. III:, 51. OO. Hememlior. you can obtain will bo advortlscd. Pay now attd Ilexnll Itemrdtes In this community save further cost. Tom Dillon, 8r. only nt our tore-T- he Itcinll Store. City Tax Collector. The Hickman Drug Co. -- iJtle ld j: h r u t, lliv, cash for all kinds of furs. A. 8. Darkcttt Curtis Yates and Miss Graco Weaks, of Water Valley, will bo married Jan uary 20th. FUIUS WANTIJD: I pay cash for A. S. hides and furs of all kinds. Darkott I pay To The Public I W. J. COOK, Proprietor. In tho family circle Read aloud to peoplo who are alPhono VEGETABLES ready reading themselves? Read aloud choice excerpts from a PRODUCE S paper to a person vho has Just read FRUITS a c. ii. moore that samo paper? Absent-mindedlrefuse to listen to what is being said until a long story has been told, and then requlro It to be all repeated again? Havo everything that is sold ro- mind you of something that occurred Veterinary Surgeon when you was a little girl or boy? Graduate of Chicago Vet. When tho mall Is brought In, do College 1893. you turn and twist every letter, scrutinizing lbs postmark, and hand Office at Steve Stolir's Livery Barn writing, and speculaUng about whom BOTH PHONES it Is from before you band it over to Its rightful owner? Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 Aro you filled with ungodly curiosity about everything that everyCalls promptly answered night or body else in tho family docs? Do you demand toknow all of tho day. Satisfaction guaranteed. y SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "Mr hogs had hog- cholera three day before we got your liniment, which I was advised to try I h. ve used It now for three days and my hoes are almost well. One hog died before 1 g4 the liniment, but I have not lost any mice." A. J. auv.axtiii, iiuiuie, ma. by all Dealeri. Price 60c & $1.00 Bold desire to thank the public for it liberal A 12,000 investment, five houses, bringing an exceptional lncomo. See Mt II. Shaw. Jim Barkctt went to Nashville, Monday, to buy new goods for A. S. Barkotfs Dcpt. Store. 's SALE: Mrs. S. M. brick residence. Possession Juno 1st See Dr. J. M. Hubbard, tct patronage during the year 1911. and earnestly solicit a continuance. also wish to call attention to those who owe me, that it takes money to run business, and I must insist that they call and I E 8. 0. FOR Hub-bard- settle their accounts. Sloan's Book oa Hone, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address H VssTV V. C. McDonald was inaugurated oa the first Covernor of tho stnto of Now Moxlco at Santo Fo Monday. Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boston, Mas. H H iMra. J. II. Peck left Monday for St, Louis, to complcto hor courso in ladles tailoring, which well requlro five weeks. Dodds 1' - 4t ,4fc.B.- -. 1 Kentucky Stale Notes, Lexington. Tho representatives of tho live colleges und universities In tho Kentucky Intercollegiate association met here and perfected plana for a stnto track and field meet to be bold in Lexington on May 15. The meet will be hold at the fair grounds and will be under tho supervision and man agemont of the association. It was decided to hold the mooting under the mica of tho Amnteur Athletic Union and to follow the order of events as prescribed by the rules of tho Southern Intorcolleglato Athletic association. Tho ovcnU will bo thlrtoon In number. Tho representative? present were: Berca, Prof. D. W. Morton; Georgetown, Prof, nobort Ulnton; Transylvania, Prof. II. E. Monroo; Central, Prof. T. V. Williams; State Univor-sltCoach E. It. Sweotland. Prof. Monroo and Sweotland were selected a commlttco of two to draw up a constitution for adoption for tho purpose o'f regulating the track meet and making It nn nnnual event Tho meeting then adjourned to meet again on Monday, January 29. CHANGES IN OUR HANDSOME FRIENDS. WITHOUT HEM OR HAW The Roynl Tnilor docs not guess, he docs not stammer, stutter, cogitate, conjecture or estiHe knows, mate when akcd a delivery Clothes Buyer, HE KNOWS. We forfeit $1 Mr. n day in cash for every day n Royal garment is late over schedule. H. E. CURLIN House of Quality y, aaj Following Is a small list of recent rcnovinls and now subscribers to tho Courier. This will glvo one an Idea of tho way our subscription list is growing, especially when it is taken Into consideration that these represent only a llttlo over ono month's business. At ono time this paper did a haphazard credit business on subscription the fellow that never paid got Just as much as Uio fellow who planked down bis dollar In advance. But not eo any more. It was somewhat of nn undertaking to Jump from a credit system, which bad its limit only between tbo cradle and the grave to a strictly cash In advance basis, but wo took tho chancea and find it is the only way to run a newspaper. People llko It. Wo havo only had one kick In tbreo years It nnd thnt fcllow'8 wlfo Is taking tho paper for him. Wo print below a list of some of these good pcoplo who take tho Courier pay for and enjoy reading it May they all llvo long and prosper: S. B. Luten. Mr. M. E. McNeil. Mrs. J. T. Mllncr. W. E. Jones. Opera House Wednesday Night E. C. Carter. J. J. Cruco. Wesley Cooper. Miss N. W. Luten. Mason Barnes. Mrs. J. C. Patterson., H. C. Poyner. C. C. Arrlngton. D. P. Leibovltz. W. L. Benthal. Mrs. Ellen Blaalr. Mrs. Willie James. J. P. Thomas. Jim Williams. Sallie Thomas. Joe Cantlllon. Fannie Brown. Clarcnco Henry. F. T. Thomas. Kenneth Anderson. T. C. E. Bondurant Rev. G. W. Wilson. Catlett Graves. J. W. Ballow. Al Johnston. L. D. Threlkeld. Mrs. Lola Hamby. W. J. Harper. Forrest Coleman. Geo. Canady. C. B. Wilson. J. B. Vaught B. J. Jones. Jan. 3i, 1912 McCarthy A Happy Combination of w Mirth, Music and cMerriment r The all fun Show You have heard of. No waits between acts. Praised by the papers, patronized by the public played at popular prices. Don MILITIA. Miss the Best Show of the Season H. J. Werner. A. Jackson. W. F. Edmonds. S. W. Haynes. Mrs. Geo. Sanger. R. L. Ballow. Mrs. Kato Witting. Mrs. Jennie Scott C. M. Brasfield. H. C. BeckmaU. Geo. Roper. Hulett Barbeo. II. C. Manning. t Two Neat Costumes Adjt Gen. Haldeman It Making Plant For Greatly Improving National Guard. PRICES2535..50c J. Frankfort The first step In tho reorganization of tho Kentucky Nntlonal Guard was taken by Adjt Gen. V. B. Haldomnn, whon he mustered out of tho senlco seven companies of tho guard located In Louisville. Now companies, with some of tho best of the officers of the old Ixjulsvlllo Legion lu command, will bo organized at once to tale tho place of the companies mustered out This Is but tho Initial movo toward building up a regiment In Louisville that will be a credit to tho fiUtc. MaJ. A. Mrtaan Moffat Inspector general. Is relieved of duty In another order Issued by Gen. Haldeman, with the approval of Gov. McCroary. Ills placo Is to bo filled temporarily by Robert J. Mcllryde, of Louisville, who Is doalgnati-as Inspector general. Is now In Frankfort MaJ. Mcllrydo discharging his duties as Inspector. PROMINENT CITIZEN DEAD. Col- James Monroe Hoeker, Founder of lege For Girls, Passes Away. of any color might bo mads the style SERGE on the shown In thehss a left The skirt deep olnted pleco laid on at ii'ii side ttilt Is piped with block n and trimmed with cord orna-- t ' tt l'.c smart little coat i i' Is cut with a "int on each front that wraps bust, tho right tide Is fan-- . It .er by press studs, and Itcol-i 'ned to match tklrt The a' i cuffs aro partly faced with Mn ' r lu " n,u cd lapel to match tho costume. with black ostrich feath-i-r- S tr us required for costume: y it Inrhei wide, 6 ornaments, 3 yards of silk for lining. H yard satin for facings. A slmplo girlish drcBS is tho othur, In Iris mauve cashmere. The skirt Is trimmed with a band of brocho silk of the same color, which being sown on only at the upper odgo. simulates a tunic Tbo Magyar bodice is made of th brocho In the lower part, the collar being of the same. s and Fringed ends of broche hang down at loft sldo. In effecUvo ornament from the waist baud Hat of iris mauve chip, trimmod with a wreath of whlto clematis. Materials required for the dress: 4V4yords 40 Inches wide, 1H yard broche S3 Inches wiae. under-sleove- Iyxlngton. James Monroe Hockor, founder of Hockor, now Hamilton, college, end one of tho oldest and most wldcl known citizens of Lexington, died at his home, lis Johnson avenue, after a brief Illnoss. Mr. Hoeker was S3 years old Inst Juno, and Is survived by his wlfo, with whom on October 24 be celebrated tho sixty seventh anniversary of their marriage. Mr. Hoeker in his earlier life accumulated a largo fortuno In the mercantllo business, and about forty years ago ho for a time from actlvo business and founded and liberally endowed Hoeker college in this city, one of the best known colleges for girls in the south. A number of years later tho name of tho collego was, with Mr. Mocker's consent, changed to Hamilton collego, in order to secure additional endowment, and It is now connected with Transylvania university. d Chas. Fowlkes., Mrs. Alice Wilson. I. F. Lamonds. J. II. Saunders. S. A. Wllklns. J. M. Wiley. Alex. Rice. J. C. Nowton. L. M. Carter. E. Tlttsworth. Jeff Davis. Fulher F. Adams. II. C. Lauderdalo. J. M. Kirk. W. L. Helm. Julian Choato. J. G. Keys. E. P. Wright. J. W. Ronton. Bontrlco Cole. It. L. Jackson. W. M. Cason. A. O. I,ongnocker. tF. M. Barnes. Mrs. Belle Irwin. C. II. Moore. W. F. McGulre. S. B. Brown. Lewis Hegmon. Mrs. J. J. Graves. A. M. Jones. A. C. Baacon. O. II. Mooney. J. B. Lattus. Tom Pliant. BARKETT BUYS 8T0CK. A. S. Barkett was tho highest and best bidder on tho Fuqua, Helm & Co. stock of goods which was sold by the assignee, Judgo Jas. Bonoy, Friday afternoon. The purchase price was about $1200. Mr. Barkett will dispose of tho stock in its present quarters, and is offering some big values. MUSICAL C. C. Bondurant W. II. Baltzor. II. E. Curlin. Cowgllls Drug Store. L. P. Ellison. E. R. Ellison. W. S. Ellison. G. N. Holm. R. M. Biler. EVENT. Tbo opera houso should be packed by lovers of wholesome musical comedies on Jan. 31, when tho well T. A. Ledford. J. H. Millet E. E. Reeves. C. G. Schlenker. J. A. Thompson. A. J. Wright GETS $7,500 DAMAGES. Loltchfleld. Mrs. Lula Rowell, of this place, secured a verdict In tho Grayson circuit court for $7,500 sgalnst the Chicago, St Louis & New Orleans Railroad Co. and tho Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. for injuries alleged to have been sustained in a railroad accident near Fourteenth and Magnolia utreots, Louisville, December 23,. 1910. per-lon- tO GET LARGE SUM. Cantrlll Frankfort Congressman has been notified by tho court of claims thnt the claims of Mrs. T. N. Arnold, of Frankfort, for 35,015 for property destroyed during tho civil war had been allowed. Mrs. Arnold Is tho widow of a Christian preacher, well known In Kentucky, congress man Cantrlll will try to have tho claim Included in the omnibus bill this ses sion. BURNED TO DEATH. Brown Bruer. J. J. Taylor. A. E. DcBow. Mrs. S. N. Sweeney. L. B. Abernathy. G. II. Threlkeld. Claudo Hale. J. A. Townsend. It. B. Goalder. J. W. Massey. Mrs. A. T. Franklin. Robert Songster. Mrs. E. G. Jones. Jim Illngo. Miss Lizzie Tarns. Mrs. Jennlo Mooney. F. E. Luttrcll. J. P. Jeffories. J, W. Mlnetreo. Mrs. R. P. Minctree. E. C. Mozley. H. N. Soat. J. R. Anderson. W. It. McDanlel. Mrs. J. R. Ford. Jesse Ray. N. N. Towneend. Jno. Blrtchctt. H. T. Beale. J. C. Ellison. L. N. Klmercr. Jno. Creed. Davo Alexander. 11. C. Boston. i . Jas. , McNeil. O. T. Salmon. Dr. Lon Naylor. Snm Andrews. T. II. Noonon. A. K. McConnoll. Geo. Coon. R. It. Cunningham. J. W. Morris. MATHENY & PLANT Grayson. Mrs. Etta Dlankenshlp Eastorllng, wlfo of Prof. Frank Eastor-ling- , was burned to death by her clothing cntchlng flro from an open grate. Mr. Eosterllng had left tho houso but a fow minutes beforo to bring tholr two children from a neighbor's. Sho was burned beyond recognition. JENKINS INCORPORATED. Mlddlcsboro. An ordor was entored by tho Letcher circuit court Incorporating tho now town of Jenkins. J. W. Collins was elected police Judge. An assessor, a policeman and board of councllmcn were appointed. TO ENCOURAGE MANLY ART. Wide Open For Business Will Burnott and Stolla M. Aldrldgo wcro united In tho holy bonds of wedlock Friday afternoon by 'Squlro J. T. Futrell. Tho young peoplo llvo tucky, tho students at tho Stnto university aro to bo taught tho manly President Henry art of S. Barker, former Justice of the Kentucky court of appeals, hns announced that ho will give four medals, one for the best man In each or tue ciasBes, mlddlewolght heavyweight, Tho boxand feathorwelght ubout four inllca south of Fulton. bo organized at MEETING OF THE KEN ing classes aro to SPECIAL once. TUCKY CLUB MONDAY NIGHT. BE Subscribe Xro the Courier. SURE AND ATTEND. . Lexington. As a means to tho end " In Kenof tho practice of "gun-toting- Sht-wolg-ht L. H. Bacon. E. F. Scott. Miss Homer Green. J. A. Lattus. W. 7. Montgomery. D. O. Meacham. W. J. Logan. Mrs. Mario Ambcrg. II. C. Amberg. ' T. P. Fortuno. J. P. Maddox. L. W. Stanley. Auty Daniels. R, B. Ballow. A. L. Ballow. Len Bryant. It. P. Clark. Mrs. Chas Foltz. U. P. Ropor. Mr. and Mrs. B. Cox. Walter Kirk. G. E. McQeheo. G. A. Moore. Bob Bynum. W. E. Barnott. Dr. J. O. Stubbs. Mrs. Molllo S. Brevard. T. A. Holcombe. W. E. Holcombe. C. W. Holcombe. Mrs. A. C. Summers. Lee Schlenker. Mrs. Bottle McGeheo. Mrs. Ira Jnoes. Mrs. Sam Taylor. Jas. B. McGehee. B. M. Briscndine. Dr. Henry Davis. Henry Davis. Mrs. Maggie Ramsey. H. L. King. Mrs. Lou Sublette. N. N. Garrison. J. H. Nelson. Levi Johnson. David B. Hughes. Mrs. N. D. Edwards. J. J. Young. Mrs. L. M. Burnett. II. L. Prnther. Lon King. W. C. Johnson. John Hasklns. A. E. Kennedy. Mrs. M. E. Henry. It. It. Burnott F. S. Moore. Dr. B. A. Royall. B. L. Royall. J. C. Hendrex. E. G. Maddox. Mrs. K. A. Mitchell. P. C. Ward. L. S. Shaw. T. J. Robertson. Mrs. C. A. Holcombe. Burnlo Hughes. Mrs. A. M. Roper. Mrs. Becca Fields. S. P. Henry. Porclvnl Davis. C. F. Baltzer. Chief John Wright Mrs. Molllo Johnson. It. F. Fields. Mrs. C. L. Randlo. Ollie Edmonds. J. R. Lunsford. O. T. Halliburton. G. W. Whipple. J. I. Brent. C. A. Melton. J. H. Longford. Mrs. Salllo Adams. W. W. Pruott. W.. H. Rico. . W. T. Self. T. A. Prathor, Jr. Jno. W. Prathor. Dr. I. P. Baltzor. Mrs. Belle Caldwell. W. A. Webb. Berry Stubbs. E. R. Henry, 2 years. Myrvln Wilson. J. H. Peck. Jno. W. Smith. J. II. Smotherman. Chas. Meier. Clarence Owens. Ola May Jackson. known musical comedy, "The Widow McCarty." will hold forth. Mr. Ben Craner, under whose solo direction this favorite attraction is, has neither spared labor nor capital in placing tho "Widow McCarty" on tho road for a second tour in the best possible shape and has gathered together a carefully selected company of comedy stars, both male and female, headed by the ever popular comedienne, Miss Maymo McPharlan,. as the bewitching "widow," In the latest song hits, bewitching dancing and beauUful stage pictures, elaborately costumed and appropriate dazzling scenic and mechanical effects. You have heard of tho "Widow," so do not be backward, but see her, Jan. 31 " interesting and piece of literature is being-sen- t broadcast throughout the state, compiled to show tho great good of It sets forth the liquor business. that tho "wet" counties practically support the state government thnt 25 wet counties paid 87 per cent of tho state's revenue (but it doesn't say that wives broken in spirit or children in rags and hungry contributed largely to this fund.) Fulton county is shown as one of the "pauper" counties, and that the county spent $2619.19 more than she contributed to the state in 1910; in 1911, wo are given credit for paying our own expenses and turning over Figures may not llo, but $832.16 thoso lack a whole lot of telling, the truth. Tho circular is designed for no other purpose than to give local option a block eye. Anybody that has sense enough to know that goeso go barefooted knows that 74 counties in tho state are not being supported by the remainder. An exceedingly ?) ' i Fireworks in tho state Senate were touched off Monday when Sen. J. C. Graham, a member of the county unit committee, introduced his bill providing for tho extension of tho county unit. Tho "wets" wore immediately in arms and finally succeeded, with tho old 'of four Republicans, In getting tho bill delayed until today. Sen. W. A. Frost, of this district, voted against tho delay, and in so doing carried out ono of his pledges to The wets will his consUtuency. doubtless ry to dolay tho bill from time to time, giving themselvos tho mora chance to concoct plans for its final defoat This Is really tho main Issue in state politics. Rev. Clarence Richesoni who poisoned Miss Alvls Llnnell and her unborn babe in order to get her oui of the way so he could marry a rich maiden, must die in the electric cha. on Mny 19. The electric chair Is too good for him he ought to be sent U Martin, Tenn., for life. J. T. Harahan, former president tho I. C. was killed In a raar-.- u o collision near Ccntralla, Ills., Mondaj morning. Three other rnllrcad n.n guests of Harahan u hi P'! " ' were abo killed. Ay r l tv( WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? I. 8 The Courier's Weekly Sermon X-Ur I'AHTOtt JlUhSKLL T ft PASTOR RUSSELL BIDS Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. a special class from amongst mankind lo associates and Joint-heir- s be the Itedts-mer'in Ills Kingdom. Siircit all will admit with me that io cod of any people has ever manifested such a loe and Interest In his reallires as has the Hod of tho Hlble be Hod of Christianity. It Is the Love of !otl which constrains us drawn us not tbe Hit eat of eternal torture, which lias no foundation In the Hlblei. And Pis exceedliiB great mid precious promises work In oilr hearts both to will good pleasure. ii ml to do III It Is my understanding of the Scrips The Everything You Want il Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city. fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. FAlWLL TO CHINA Chinese Quietness and Courtesy foreordained also the selection of Examples to Christendom. If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated Th. Pastor nioJC3ycA.isr wvw Kentucky Practical Fashions LADY'S SIX GORE SKIRT. Did Not Advtsa Chinas, to Decome Identified With th. Sects of Christendom Told Them That th. God of th. Bible Is and and Not a God Who Would Torture Them or Their Ever-Mercif- Deliveries Prompt A. M. TYLER Attorney-ot-Law eaiaiaiaiaiafck. aeH and Notary Public China, Jan. 21st The Foreign Missions luvcstlgn tlon Committee of the International Itlhlc Students Hong Koug. Telephone orders receive our personal attention. CSSeS?) Will practice in all Courts of the State. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY ! Office over Rice's Shoe Store WW WsrAr 5552 The Purpose of an Advertisement is to serve your needs. It will help sell your Double effects In skirts are novel and smart and In this model we oat the panel which forms the front and back, cut off at knee depth and fall-- , lng over a plaited section These skirts are made of cashmere, cheviot, serge, satin, silk, and all Boft clinging fab rics. The pattern (6551) Is cut In sizes 22 to 30 Inches waist measure Medium sire requires 2?4 yards of SO Inch ma To procure this pattern Mnd 10 cents to "Pattern Department." or thli paper. Write name ana address ilalnly. and be sure to rive alia and number of pattern. people you want to reach. An advertise- - b ment in this paper is a reference guide to those whose wants are worth supplying, goods talk to the terial Business Directory -- NO. 5552. SIZC. ASK FOR RATES- - tlAMEeeeeeteet TOWN T. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: STRECT AND NO...., STATE. .... - Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. MEN'S RELIGIOUS Eijht-Day MOVEMENT 10-1- Campaign to Be Conducted at Memphis March W. J. McMURRY Memphis, Tenn. All the Protestant Attorney-at-Lachurches within the territory tributary to Memphis, Otfie la LaClede Building on comer. permanent It is planned, shall receive benefit from an eight-da. Hickman. Ky. campaign which will be conducted here by the Men and Religion Forward Movement March according to an anDR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD nouncement made by the local leaders. Dentist On two days during tho periol, probably Davidson's old stand. Phono No. 2. March 12 and 13, big conventions will be held, and pastors and laymen from Hickman, Ky. all churches within a radius of 1S0 miles, in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi will be asked to attend as deleHICKMAN FURNITURE O. y 10-1- Funeral Directors and Embalmers. or night. gates. Phone 20 day Hickman, Ky. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. The only te dairy In Fulton County. W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. Rough Lumber for Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything in this line, see Dr. J. M. HUBBARD 1- The Men and Religion Forward Movement, which is international In scope and supported by all Protestant denominations and allied organizations, is gaining considerable impetus in this section. Territory headquarters have been established In the Y. M. C. A. building here, publicity bureau opened and other preliminary steps taken. The Men and Religion Forward Movement, launched "In behalf of the Christian life of men and boys," has four teams of experts who conduct eight-dacampaigns in the principal clti ' of America. "Team Xo. 1," captained by Charles Stelze, of New York, will conduct the one here. The movement has put the task of saving souls on a business basis and re duced it to a science. In this, as In other communities, there Is much preliminary work to be done by cnurcn. committees prior to the experts' campaign. With that end In view, the movement has been divled into six de partments, headed, respectively, evangelism, Bible study, boys' work missions, social service and community extension, several I long Kong, Canton and vicinity. For efficiency thoy divided, some givfPASlOe gflSSElL) ing more attention to one and others to another phase of missionary Interest I'nstnr Hussell'M address to the Chinese In lloug Kong In their fine City Hall Auditorium was both helpful and encouraging lie directed special attention to the words of St. Paul, applicable to humanity In general and nt the present itiue specially to tho Chinese: "The whole creation gronneth nud iniviilleili In pain together until for the manifestation of the sons of God - Itoinnns vlll. IE!. China's war experiences In recent jean have lieen severe trlnls. particularly to u eup!t' of their temperament gentle, courteous to each other and to foreigners. He had been told that their courtesy of manner arose, not from love and sympathy, but from law nud custom centuries old. Me could not Judge the heart, but had sincerely wished that some of the favored race of ChrlMcndoin v.seised In a larger degree home of the admirable traits of the Chlnew their respectful demeanor, their coiirtesj. civility and energy. The God of All Grace. It shall not Ik? my mission, said Pastor ItiiHsell. to urce you to become Identified with any sects of Christendom, nor to recommend to you any of their creeds Nevertheless. In all of thoe creeds there Is more or less of t'ie most wonderful truth that ever in me to tho ears of humanity: but. ulns! In n darker Mrlod It became so mixed with huiimn tradition as to be todu dishonoring to God and offensive 1 can to the intelligence of tunny renilll.v ce reasons why you hnve not been more lullucuced by Christianity. Very properl.t your ami hearts efiiMsl ntltiereme and worship to One whom j on were told had foreordained 'ie t'trrn r torment of your ancestors and n intuit 'nil except a. favored few I nia in'i-- r again have the opportunity or addressing jou: let me. therefore tell oi. now of another Chris- I ti r 1 (of which probably you have ncter before heiirdi from the same iied b. the missionaries here and confessisl by all to be Hod's Message, nut ii iiTj different Message from that nblib ln. brethren here confess. "Waiting For th. Sons of God." My text declares that the, relief for the uroniilug creation walls tor the manifestation of tbe sons of God. Son of Uod. limn, n h i tie died for our sins and ascended to tbe light tin nil or Divine Majesty, where lie N uniting: and meantime the uroMiiiim renllnii must wait also for In ntn thing for the manifestation of the sons of (!od Here Is a matter whli li sieins to have been for n Urn. nl!. leu under the rubbish of the Dark e" Hie fact that (!d not only foreordain d .lesua. the great Hon of God. to lie the world's Messiah to deliver tii.wo fmtu n and death, but that Ho Hi lug peace-preferrin- apon t days In now-wnlt- "-- tures that the time for making our "inillng and election sure" to this Kingdom i lass Is now very short. It therefore Udiooves all who desire this glorious relationship with Messiah to give all diligence" and to "run wjth patience the race set before us" In the Gospel looking unto Jesus, the Author of our faith t Also Exhorted. The The wonderful blessings of our day which make II mi different from any other Koeh In the world's history hate reached even here to China and what we already see npears to be onlv the iM'glniilugs of wonderful things Kvldeiitl) Divine Power has within lint I'ast ceiilurj lieen lifting tbe veil of We an Ignorance and superstition. ust mi the threshold of the New DIs pensatlou. The Church It lie elect sons of Godi Is nlsmt complete. The manl festntlon of the sons of God for the aid of the groaning creation Is nt hand and Messiah's Kingdom Is about to be ushered In. The blessings of the pres ent are only a foretaste of those glorl ous blessings for the world of Non-elec- MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS p3 KKrAIIUHIIKI' TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. pUiecrMor to II. O. lUiitnnco, ilrfrstnl Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING AL : vEliS!K 3? Hickman, Ktntucky a BLOCKADED Every Household In Hickman Should Know How to Resist it. s Tho back may acho because the uro blockaded. Help tho kidneys with tholr work. Tho back wit acho no more. Lots of proof that Doan's Klldney Pills do this. It's the bust proof, for It comes fruui Hickman. C. A. Watson, lilclunan, Ky., says; "for some turB wo a victim of lAuuuy complaint, 'inure were paiu lu me stnuii ot my but, wmch wore uiwajs more sevuru wuen 1 stooped or lilted. My back ached at niui and when 1 urose in me morning, 1 win ory Uuio. 1 becttuu easily luou uuu occasionally suffered from nur-ol- u spiu. licauactiuB boiutrou ju. 1 iu subject to dizzy spelts uunug which mutu huh u biurnug of tuy Wiiun i caught com, it ki&UL on my kiuueyu una at sucu umus, me yasjugea of tno aucreuous becauu loo ircyucut. Tbu was anLoiUK. during the uBut uuu 1 WU4 oiieu lorcvd to driru auv-ertimes. Learning of Loau'a imu-nePills, 1 procured a box ut liuiu u. iUlusou's Lrug bioru una Ho uijo utter using mem, I received treat re lief. Alter 1 had taken me contents of this box 1 was cured. 1 never lose uu opportunity In recommend-luDoaus Kiuuoy I'll la to other sufferers und shall always keep thotu in the house." For sale by all eaters. Price 6U Foster-MUburcents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Konicuibor tho name Doan's and take no other. kid-uoyv set-Uc- u y g u d Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, IL M. 1HI.KH II. T. DAVIH llr.J.M. HUJIIlAUll KENTUCKY J.J.ailONDtMUNT I rtlitKurriitri OKO. Il.TIIItKI.KKI T.A.I.KIirOltli 1IKNUY KANOK.H We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. O. llONIHMtANT. he-id- s I'rnldent II. O ItAMAOK. AmI C. tiler J. A. TIHMIHO H PUBLIC SALE 180 Acres Land to be Sold to Highest Bidder. - XjOEJA. V Ml e I will tell to the highest and beit t bidder at agreed sale, between the hours of 10 n. m. and 12 m , on -- ATt Monday, January, 29, 1912, at the Couit House in Hickman, the following land, belonging to Sam Salmon: Basket leaves every The northeast quarter of Section Tuesday afternoon 32, containing 180 acres more or less, bounded on the south by Met Best Work Lowest Prices Lunsford, east by Tom Roberts, north by Johnnie Lane, west by Sam Salmon, being the land bought from Mrs. H. E. Warren. Nice 5 room house, modern plTerms : one half cash, balance on ing, 2 halls, for sale at cost can sit months time at 6 per cent, bank- M, Shaw, Peoples Bank. LAUNDRY R. L. Bradley t -i able note. GOALDER JOHNSON. LYRIC THEATRE Books 8omo Good Shows. More Good Ones to Follow. Feb. C. "W5ary Willie Walker." Feb. 2U. "Human Hears." March 19. "The Girl & the Tramp" March 20. "The Thief." LADY WANTED. MORGAN Purchased SPENDS MILLION -2 Best in the city. Special attention to travADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. eling Public. All persons holding claims against the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. Good, honest and careful Several of tho single pieces are valued at tbo estate of Frank Thompson, de- more than $75,000 each. drivers. ceased are hereby notified to fllo samo with the undersigned on or Feb. 1, 1912, or same may be Dodds, forever barred. S. bo-for- e Hoentschel Collection of Gothic Works of Art. New York. Some description of the Hoentschel collection of Gothic works of art, which J. P. Morgan has recently purchased for $1,000,000, is contained in advices just received here from Paris. The specimens are 500 in number, including some very valuable panels of J. Liver;, O. WE8T Feed and Sals Stable. l. X ? I Try Our FRESH MEATS O. XX. Phone MOOKB 4 Mevlitf PletwrM atunlay night. Pleurisy pains nro located Just below ...u nuuii run, ILiUmbaen nffnoto K satno region but toward thn hnnt. UALLAItD'S SNOW LINIMENT Is th remedy in either case. If rubbed In 3XTo. OS. thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes tho Of courso you want first class muscles and tho nntion i.n Get right on the shingle question work. Well that is tbo only kind wo bout freely and comfortably. n ... . . .i Price use our xamous uaniornia ueawooa ; do. Whlto Bros., phono 195 2Cc, 6flc and 11.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. me oost yeL itoynold, sningies lilclunan Courier and Commercial-Appea- l Moss Lumber Co. Subscribe for tho Courior. 11.26. Tolopliono To introduce our complete. Spring lino of beautiful wool sultings wash fabrics, fancy walstlngs, silks, etc., hdkfs, laces and pottlcoats. All up to date N. Y, City Patterns. Finest lino on the markot. Dealing direct with tho mills you will find our prices low. Profits $10.00 to $30.00 weekly. Samples and full instructions packed in a neat samplo case shipped express propnld. No money required. Excluslvo torrltory. Wrlto for particulars. Ilo first to apply. Standard Dress Goods Co., Desk COS, Dinghamton, N. Y. traveled to Undon under tho aegis of tho mayor nnd mayor's wlfo of Wlgan to urge tho repeal of the law! "Thov all looked healthy." saya the report, and well dressed for tholr station" Thoy aro qulto nblo to do tho they protested, and do not wantwork any benevolent Parliamentary Intervention In their behalf Pit Brow La.tles. How difficult It Is to mako laws to suit everybody Is Illustrated again In tho talo which comes from England about tho Inssles of Lancashire Tho or mBveo' t ney spend their young lives pushing heavy coal tubs to the pit brows of tho mines No docent civilization would permit Its women to be so Injured I 80 the philanthropists argued, and straightway a bill was passed forbidding the employment of women at tho pit brows Dm Woro tho beneficiaries grateful T Not at all They protested A deputation of them J)cmffIpPrctiOR Flro departments aro necessary and save much property, but thoy cannot be relied upon always. Althounh they may put out fire, water may da Fire as much damane as the fire. Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A flro Insurance poi Icy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and prompt ness Is vour heit nrotectlon. We rep- resent only such companies. Both phones 07. Over H. D. & T. Co. H. C. HELM, Agent.