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homo. Ho was asked as to tlio
whereabouts of Rogers, wlio had licon
Icfl In ttio bnrgo to float down. He
told tho authorities thnt ho had left
Rogers In tho barge nnd that ho
would ho hero tho next day. Rogers
failed to Allow up on tlmo and noth
Inc could bo heard of him. On Oil
account, Pollock wan arrested and
from It, being thus compelled to stay
thoro from Saturday nlfiht until Mon
day morning without provisions or
bedding. Fortunately ho had n smalt
slovo on tho bont and a plank which
ho mi'il for fuel or ho would havo
probably chilled to death.
Ho wai brought back by the res
cuing party, and Mr. I'ollock was re-
BOY8 ROB SUDBERRY'8 STORE IN
Five mcro boys wcro brought be
fore Judgo W. A. Naylor, Monday,
charged with breaking Into W. T.
Sudborry's storo In Bast Hickman,
Four of them Oeorgo Rcovcs, age
mado a clean breast of the whole
thing. Ho told thani whoro they
would find tho fireworks, cigars,
shells, ennned goods, etc., which they
took from tho store. These wcro
found at tho place ho designated
an old house about a mllo above.
Hickman. In all, the goods were val
ued at about $25.
Toys, Dolls ,
Lower Prices for CASH!
Fancy Goods Novelties
Souvenirs, Gift Pieces
of China, Crystal, &c
Lower Prices for CASH!
SANTA CLAUS COMES THIS YEAR TO
E. R. ELLISON'S
With New Goods, and More New Goods Still Coming !
Attractive assortments of the Newest, Latest and best of the world's markets in Toys, Dolls, Fancy
Goods of all kinds, Souvenirs and Novelties of many new and delightful kinds all to be
distributed at prices much lower than you expect to get them for.
sells only for Spot Cash and at
the same price to every one alike.
For that reason we mark all our
goods at lower prices.
You will find our assortments of
Dry Goods, Notions, Novelties, Hos
iery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets,
Ladies and Children's Furnishings,
Mens Furnishings, House Furnishings
Home Goods, Table Furnishings, &c,
all marked at
for Cash !
Come and Look
THIS LOT 10c EACH
prevail throughout our
to an extent that will surprise you !
Right now this half of the store is
who is distributing his presents at
much lower prices than you would
expect. For the
you will be surprised at the number
of attractive gifts 5 c and 1 0c will buy.
For the Grown-ups, we are over-flowing
with acceptable gifts at Popular
Come and Look
Ki ly Kirk & Ward to go
t ae&r Grsud Tower, ill... l.Hnir
mH Larr to Hickman. Thnv
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.... ."' '"i' m a gasoliuo boat.
'C.!d 0racd Tower, got tho barge
VM , Urk When down ubout
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I WUUk 1U lIlU.af.ll 11 1IIL11I
an hour and lott Rogers
barge Instead of colim
mt "oeern, Pollock came on
locked up pondlug an Investigation.
It. 11. UogcrH, sou of tho in Using mini,
and W. A. lllnshaw, stnrtod out In a
launch Sunday morning to look for
him. In tho meantime, tho senior
llogora had, as told by I'ollock, boon
left to float down and his boat was
driven aground on u bar 3G inllcs be
low WIckllffo. This bar proved to bo
"qulcky" and ho was unablo to got
tho boat oft tho bar or to wade out
I'ollock Is said to have loft Hog
orB because lie waB anxious to get
homo, but Rogers did not know that
he was being left to float down, and
was under the luinresslou that pos
sibly I'ollock wns drowned.
Mr. and Mrs. II. llucbanau are both
ou tho sick list this weak.
17, John Kllgoro, ago 16, Dob Speed,
age 16, and Wren Fisher, ago 13,
plead guilty and were sontouced to
servo two years In tho reform school,
except Iteovos, who gets three years,
tho other boy, Hob Salmon, Jr., who
In charged with being In tho crpwd,
will bo given a hearing next Monday.
It seems that a negro saw and
recognized tho boys, and whon tho
officers arretd young Fisher, ho
Tho four boys who received reform
school sentences, wore taken
Lexington tho first of tho we.uk,
However much the good parents
of these wayward boya may deplore
this affair, it does not help tho boys
out of their troublo, and tho example
la one that should prove a warning
to others who are Inclined to mis
On the Streets
HOT DIHNKS Cowglll's t
Leo Salmon went to Halo's Point
Oscar Salmon Is at home from
Mrs. Stevo Stahr Is reported on
the sick list.
Mrs. I. D. Prlco visited In TJuiOa
City ono day last week.
Judgo Trlbbott, of Dirk, Mo., was
here Friday on business.
John Cox and wife spent Sunday
in Union City with relatives.
Joo Everly, of Dirk, Mo., was hero
the latter part of last week.
Dan Beckham, of Union City, was
hero one day last week on business.
Plenty fresh cut flowers at all
tImes.-Postma, the florist. Union City
Nick Holcombo and S. L. Dodds
spent a fow days this week on tho
Don't forget, ladles' work receives
my special attention. Schmidt, the
O. II. Brock, of Memphis, was here
Sunday, the guest of Miss Mabel
Mr. Southworth, photographer, of
Union CKy,swas hero on business,
Tyler Johnson, of Fulton, Is mak
lng his home with his sister, Mrs.
Miss Mabel Wilson has returned
from a vslit to friends at Nashville
Mrs. Chas. W. Curlln attended the
Edwards Downing wedding In Un
ion City last week.
Mrs. Lush Cole and children will
leave In a few days for a visit to
relatives In Memphis.
Mrs. George Jones has returned eo
her home In Fulton after a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Carl Schmidt.
Mrs. It. B. Goalder and little daugh
ter are expected here from Avenue,
Ark., to visit until after Christmas.
Tho Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet next Tuesday afternoon, at
3 o'clock, with Mm. Magglo Handle.
Join our Book and Magazine Club
today. $1 a year or 25c a month.
Seo us at once for particulars. Nay
tor's Book Store.
If your sewing machine runs heavy,
why not got the Singer agent, L. A.
Brock, to adjust it and make It run
light and easy again.
Methodist Church services: Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m., preaching by the
pastor at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. You
are cordially invited to be present.
Wo want you to call at our storo
during our Majestic Demonstration,
next week, and get a Souvenir of
Majestic Ware. Hickman Hdw. Co.
C. L. Walker left Sunday night for
Washington as a delegate to tho
Rivers and Harbors Congress which
convenes there this week. Ho spent
Monday In Louisville.
Miss Edna Trice, who has been
employed In the millinery department
at Baltzer & Dodds, left last Thurs
day for her homo In Jackson, Tenn.
Miss Trlco madiTmany friends while
Drop in our storo during our Ma
jestic Demonstration week, Dec. 13th
to 18th, and let us show you why the
Great and Grand Majestic Range Is
the best on earth. A Souvenir Set
of Ware, worth J8.00, given with each
Majestic Range sold. Hickman Hdw.
On Friday evening of last week,
Mrs, C. Q. Schlenkor entertained a
fqw friends at Rook at the LaCledo
Hotel. Theto wcro throe tables and
tho games thoroughly enjoyed. Re
freshments were served. Tio invit
ed guests wore Mesdames II. Buch
anan, Clifford Adams, W. H. Graves,
Q. U. Doud, T. A. Ledford, H. L.
Ainberg, A. R. Stone, Misses Nell
Rogers, Lizzie Amberg,. MqIIIu Bourna
and Homer Green.