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tory in every respect.
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C772A 7 LOCAL NOTES
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fhavc put in n line of window glass and am prepared to take
care of your wants in that line, and can positively save you
money. Buy your windew lights here.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES.
Tutor M L. Blaney will preach at
lYm rhrl.llnn ftiilti twtvt Hnml..
Borccg and evening. Subject 11 a.
a., Tbs Holy Spirit as a Comforter"
subject 7 p in , "Tho Holy Spirit as
Cotmctor ' Mr Dlanoy cordially In
tiki hit many friends as wolt as tho
Ktmtcr of other churches to hear
tie four special sermons In Decouibor
tilth ul occur on Sunday evenings.
11m Sucday evening, 7 o'clock, "Tho
Wi.lo bonshlp of Jesus Our only
Creed." Second Sunday evening, 7
o'clock, ' IteiHintanco boforo God Nee
Mury beforo Baptism." Third Sun
ij tuning, 'Baptism Necessary to
tc born Into tho family of Qod on
Earth. 1 Text John 3-6. Fourth Sun
ill evening, "Tho lloly Spirit as a
Witneis of Adoption always Is aivon
After an honest Intelligent Obedlcuco
to tho Ordinance ot Uaptlsni." Text
ilr lilancy has been called again
to remain another year with tho
cturch as pastor. Ho boa not yot
tscMLted to rcmalu, and all thoso
ho deilru to hear hint should xnako
ptclal effort to hear tho abovo scr
bod as they aro tho doling sermons
of this year, ending tho last Sunday
Don't Buy Holiday Goods Until
You Sea Our Offerings. Ellison Bros.
Tbo suit brought by Col. It. Z.
T;lor and Mrs. Ilankln against tho
Msnl Riders for $50,000, was not
o-tht by the defendants and a Judg
ttnt for this amouut now stands lu
'"or of tho UlalntlffH. Moat of tho
Mtndants aro very poor, and tho
JMatnent may amount to nothing.
AU Peters' Diamond Brand Shoos
Cut Prices, nt Ellison Uros.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Fulton Lodge, No. S3, I. O. O. F.
Hickman, Ky., Nov. 17, 1909.
WHEREAS, Amid tho great chang
ing scenes of llfo death has visited
our lodgo and taken from our midst
llro. John A. Amberg, who departed
this llfo October 29, 1909, therefore
Uesolved, That by tho death ot Oro.
John A. Amberg our lodgo has lost a
trutf and faithful brother and tho fra
ternity a worthy hioinbcr, and tho
community an honest and upright cltl
ion. lloiolvcd. That wo tender tho bo
renved family our sincere and heart
Hetolvcd, That a copy ot theso res
olutlons bo spread upon our lodgo
records, and a copy sent to the Hick
man Courier .for publication.
Tbos. Dillon, jr.,
0. T. Davis,
J. T. Dillon,
Tho crand jury lu tho night rider
cases, at Union City, has begun work
In Harncat. At the first day's session
Indictments wore returned against
uarrctt Johnson, tho alleged leader
of tho so-called night riders' band,
and who was sentenced to bo hanged
at tho January term of tho circuit
court, and tho case was ruvorscd by
tho supromo court, and Arthur Cloar,
another of six men that were sen
toucod to hang. It Is a discussion on
ovcry comer that In ovent tho court
orders tho trial to proceed that It
will bo Impossible to sccuro a Jury in
tho county, but tho attorneys say
they feel assured that Micro will bo
no trouble on tills line, should the
court boo fit to procode.
Bath Room Comfort
Every member of the fanuly
eniovi the comfort and conven
ience a modem bath room
provides. 'jHwWastHT plumbing fixtures make
your bath rooa modern, comfortable and
""when you remodel or build, let us
estimate on your plumbing contract. High
grade "5Uiari' fixture- and our lint class
work assure you satitfaction and future saving.
Our service u prompt; our prices reasonable
Cotton & Adams, Hickman, Ky.
Snow fell In Texas Tuesday,
Klvo moro Saturdays beforo Christ
mas. Ladles' Wraps at Cut Prices at El
You can shoo tho wholo family now
with brand now shoes at Cut Prices,
at Klllson Ilros.
Hoys' Clothing nt Cut Prices at
Children's Knco Pants at CutPrlco
at Klllson Ilros.
Children's Kneo Suits at Cut Prices'
at Ellison Ilros. ' -
Tciophono 84 or 113 nnd let's talk
For first-class cleaning and press
ing, go to Schmidt's. .,
Schmidt Is tho man that makes tho
swell peg-top trousers.
Mrs. V. T. Itandlo Is visiting friend
In Mayfleld and Wlngo this woek.
Richmond & Dond Co's. Cotton See
meal and Hulls make the milk come
aco. Knight, of Fulton, sold his
restaurant to C. C. Porter, of Hells,
"Dowaro of imitations;" Schmidt's
tailoring establishment is tho origin
al. Sco him.
Judgo Mooro and wlfo aro visiting
In Tupelo, Miss., this week. They
6c a yard is all wo chargo for
Hoosler Domestic A. S. Uarkctt, In
Men's Flno Gun Metal Diuchehi
brand now shoes, worth J3.G0 at 12.48
at Ellison ilros.
Mrs. D. D. Brevard will bo tho
hostess ot tho Embroidery Club to
Hoys and Girls Kangaroo School
Shoes, a splendid wearer, worth I1.7C
for 11.48, at Ellison Uros.
L. P. Ellison returned Tuesday fron
Paducah where ho served on tho
Grand Jury of tho Federal Court.
Miss Paulino Caldwell has return
ed to Nashvlllo after several months'
visit with her sister, Mrs.J.Flynn.
Ira Jones and wife, of San Fran
cisco, Cal., aro tho guests of Mrs.
Jones 'parents, Capt. Hackett and
John Cox Is now in tho newspaper
business local agent for tho Com
mercial-Appeal and St. Louis Post-
II. N. Scat, of Crutchtleld, In tho
absenco of bis brother, J. T. Scat,
acted as sheriff ot Fulton county dur
ing a part of this week.
II. D. Ormcs, ot Pittsburg, who has
been working horo on tho turblno
englno at the Mcngel Dox Co., left
this week for San Francisco.
Atkins Cole, district manager ot
tho W. O. V., and wlfo camo over
from Fulton, Sunday, and spent tho
day with C. C. Grnham and wife.
Tho dofendants and witnesses In
tho night rider damago suits in the
Federal Court at Paducah, Monday,
wero notified Sunday that they need
not cotno, as tho coses would bo post
Aro you a wlfoT Thon como to
tho Lyrlo theatre Monday night. Nov.
22, and see why your husband spends
his ovcnlngs In tho lodgo room. It
Is plainly shown In tho Western play,
"Tho Heart ot an Indian."
C. V. Donhnra, of tho Maino Ele
ctric Co.. Portland, who has been
hero for several months putting In
tho now clcctrlo derrick for tho com
pany, left this week for his homo
in Maino. Tho derrick has been com
pleted and tosted out.
Goalder Johnson, shorltf-clcct, Is a
very sick boy. Ho has typhoid fever
and has been confined to his bed
slnco tho day following tho election.
Evory attention possible Is being glv
on htm at hla father's homo.
Ab wo go to press ho Is thought to
bo u ltttlo bottor.
Misses Clouks at Cut Prices at El
In honor of tholr 35th aunlvorsary,
Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Ilrovnrd entor-
talned a fow friends at diunor Wed
nesday. Thoso present wero H. Much
nnan nnd wlfo, A. M. Dollow and wife-
nnd Postmaster Stephens and wlfo,
Aftor an elegant repast, the guests
wero entertained with vocal and lu
atrumcntal inuslo by their hostess
Tho Courier Jolua their many friends
in tho hopo that thoy may live to
celebrate 35 yearn hence.
OUR HANDSOME FRIENDS.
In tho oast two wceka tha follow
lng hnndsomo and accomplished folks
havo renewed or subscribed for tho
Great Ilcllglous Wookly. Clip out
theso lists from tlmo to tlmo and you
will hnvo a directory of tho best
people, on earth:
C. 8. Shelby, Routo 1.
Dr. William Bright, City.
J. J. Cruco, Cayco.
J. R. Weaver, Brighton, Ark.
Thos. McClcllan, Routo 4,
8. T. Roper, City.
J. P. Maddox, Ilouto 3.
Mrs. Lena Caullflcld, Glostcr, Miss.
W. E. Jones, Moscow.
O. B. Moonoy, City.
It. S. Allison, Tlptonvlllo, Tenn.
John Klrklndall, City.
J. A. Mooro, City.
J. F. McClellan, Routo 2.
Claudo Hamby, City.
C. M. Yates. City.
W. S. Fctho, Routo 1.
Mrs. Hollo Ilaltzor, Covington, Tenn
Myrvln Wilson, Routo 2.
Henry Pollock, Routo 2.
II. H. Lacy, City.
W. T. Roycr, Kosoma, Okla.
D. 11. Wilson, City.
Mrs. Fannie Prathor, Routo 1.
Harold DoBow, Lebanon, Tenn.
R, Y. McConnoll, Routo 3.
W. C. Sowcll, Routo 3.
J. S. Maddox.'City.
Mrs. B. C. White, Dorcna, Mo.
Mrs. L. S. Shaw, Mayflold.
T. M. Rico, Routo 3.
J. T. Kemp, Routo 4.
E. Tlttsworth, City.
Mrs. L. A. Bradley, Routo 4.
Miss Emma Tyler, Staunton, Va.
C. H. Moore, City.
W. O. Adams, City.
Mason Barnes, City.
D. W. S. Amberg, Phoenix, Ariz.
Stove 8tahr, City.
Miss Inez Lutcn, Leltchflcld, Ky.
F. A. Lovo, Forrest City, Ark.
Miss Lillian Lutcn, Madison, Ala.
W. H. Heath, Marblo Hill, Mo.
Mrs. R. A. Weatherly, City.
W. II. Maddox, State Line.
Cavltt Toombs, Rosebud, Ark.
J. R. Houston, City.
n. H. Wilson, City.
Joe L. Amberg City.
B. T. Davis, City.
Arthur Fields, Routo '4.
W. B. Hughes. City.
W. L. Helm, City.
A. G. Klmbro, City.
N. J. Corum, City.
N. N. Townscnd, East Prairie, Mo.
Dee Pleasant, City.
Dr. J. C. Morris, City.
Prof. J. If. Saunders, Routo 4.
A. M. Jones, Cayco.
J. C. Ellison, City.
Mrs. Jennie McClure, City.
Jesso McNeil, Routo 3.
Sam Andrews, City.
J. D. Leech, Wlngo.
J. R. Poynor, City.
Atkins Colo, Fulton.
.H. J. French, City.
J. R. Harris, Paris, Tenn. '
Q. G. Tail, Union City, Tenn.,
Julian Choato, Routo 4.
J. R. McClellan, Routo 4.
Jno. Creed, Route 2.
J. R. Andoreon, City.
J. L. Dodson, City.
J. A. Townsond, Routo 1.
N. N. Garrison, Kenton, Tenn.
John MulllnB, Routo 4.
B. S. Elliott, City.
Alex Rice, Route 3.
Mrs. Maggie Gammons, Routo 1.
Homer King, City.
G. S. Taylor, City.
J. B. Williams, Strafford, Mo.
Dallas Williams, City.
Miss Vera Brock, Arlington, Ky.
Esq. G. W. Whipple, Routo 3.
John Choato, Route 4.
Green Keys, City.
W. S. Burnett, Moscow.
J. II. Martin, City.
Let it be thor
stood to begin
with that any suit
or overceat you
may order throu gh
here, that bears
the name of the
will be delivered
to you with perfect
wear well, and fit
spects be in
ing with the highest tailoring standards. Otherwise
you may return it, and we'll refund your money.
IVXille-t cfe Alexander
Robt. L. Bradley, City.
Capt. Hollls Kirk, City.
These good people havo subscribed
for this paper without any Induce
ment other than the paper itself, nnd
we thank them for it. There aro no
deadheads or credit folks in this list.
A year ago when wo went to strictly
cash-In-advanco for the Courier, some
InUmated that we would kill our sub
scription list. Docs this look like It?
No. Wo were Just getting our busi
ness on a business basis. Ask any
man or woman whose name appears
abovo, and they will tell you they
llko to sco a paper stop when their
tlmo has expired.
And wo stop them.
Biggest and Finest
line ever brought
to Hickman 1
I I will have some extra
on display next
H. E. CUJRLIN
Now on display
Tho residence occupied by Mark
Corum, on tho Mrs. McDanlol place,
near Shuck Switch, was destroyed by
fire Tuesday night about 8 o'clock.
Very llttlo ot tho contents ot tho
of tho houso was saved, and wo un
derstand Mr. Corum carried no In
surauco. It Is thought a detective fluo start
ed tho blazo.
The house, seven rooms, was own
ed by Mrs. McDanlel and was valued
at about f 1.DO0.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYER8.
Tho Tax books can bo found at tho
Hickman Bank whon I am not In
town. For your convenience you can
pay your taxes there. J. T. SEAT.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank or neighbors and
friends for their kindness shown us
during the sickntss and death of our
dear husband and son. May iou
bless them is our prayers.
Mrs. Kate and Molue Dotson.
Use "Sansparlel" Flour,
Ladles $2 Kid Shoes, brand new,
for $1.48 at Ellison Bros.
"Uncle Dan" Rice, one of the
oldest daikies of Hickman, died this
morning. He was about 85 years
old and had worked forT. T. S-vayne
for many years. He always voted
the Democratic ticket.
Ladles $3 Patent Leather Bluchers,
new shoes, Just from tho factory, for
$1.98 at Ellison Bros.
For this cold weather you need tho
best shoes. Get tho W. L. Douglas,
at $3, $3.C0 and $4 nono better. A.
Don Neeley, of McConnell, whllo
looking at a stallion In Fulton, Sun
day, had one of his ears bitten oft
by tho horso. He was looking at a
colt and had bis back to tho vicious
horso when without warning tho ani
mal nipped off his car. None of tho
car was left at all.
Misses and Chlldrens Box Calt
School Shoes, new goods, worth $1.50
for $1.25 at Ellison Bros.
G. E. Hicks, who is at his homo
near Crutchtleld suffering from in
juries received when his wagon was
struck by a backing train near Fulton
last week, Is In a rather precarious
condition nnd on account of his ago
considerable uneasiness Is felt for tho
outcome. Mr. Hicks was thrown vio
lently to tho ground when tho train
struck his wagon and ho received a
painful bruise on tho left ildo which
Is giving him great troublo. One of
his ribs was also broken.
Misses Kid Bluchers, worth $1.D0;
now $1.25 at Ellison Bros.
Heavy underwear, clothing , shoes
and all kinds of winter goods Includ
ed In our big salo now going on. A.
The W. O. W. had a big-meelinft
last night, 38 applications for mem
bership were balloted on. Head
Clerk, Atkins Cole, is stirring things
Cotton has gono ui, but Cotton
Goods nro down, way down, at Cut
Prices at Ellison Bros.
Tho Brocker Medicine Co. is giv
ing a frco show on tho streets of
Hickman this week.
Watch for tho BLUE MARK on
tho upper right hand corner of your
Courier. It is to notify you that your
subscription Is about to expire. No
pa pors aro sent out after tho sub
scription is out.
THE HEART OF AN INDIAN.
A play to ploaso overybody. A
Western story wrltteu around the ob
ligations of ono lodgo meiubor to an
othor. Not tho blood thirsty kind but
a real nlay by a "real" company.
Just a story ot real homo folks und
homo scenes, such as aro lived In
your own homes every day. Don't
forgot tho dato Nov. 22.
Intelligent Steam Pipe.
Bob Footllte (actor) I'Hilurc? 1
should say It was! Tho whole play
was ruined. 8!o Gracious' How
was that? Hob rotll- At tlo ii
of the lart tUi -e. ax pl'.e n '
hissed me off the stage London i It-Bits.