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Local News Volume 52
HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912
16 aayi ahead with
Number 41 A Blue Mark
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The New Sumner Style Book
Two thousand illustrations
32 full page fashion pictures
A pattern free with each Iraok
At the pattern counter
E, R, Ellison's Cash Store
CHOKED SYRIAN BRIDE.
bout two weeks ago, two Syrians,
Robert Hatuain and Mlu LIllloKbour-
m. wore Jolt ed Id mirrlajje in tho
court house ia Mayfld, with Judgu
J V Monroe officiating. Tho couplo
left that afternoon for Fulton, where
they imd been making tholr homo
Mince cowing acroa tho vatora. A
aurprlau aaaltcd tho U'uplo ni the
mched Fulton. Tlio molhor and sla
ter In-law of tho groom, so It la said.
attacked tho new bride, choking, beau
iiik and humiliating jul causing her
and husband to becomo separated on
Ibo spot. Relatives of tho groom
prevented tho couplo from oven Beo
tag each other and it Booma wero in
strumental In sending tbe brldo to
IlKkman mo that tlobcrt Hauiam, tho
Ktom of a few hours, could not coo
Another chapter to thi story now
iloulopa nnd It promises to bo qulto
uteroiting. On tho day of tho mar
riage, Dr. 31. W. IUzz!I was appoint
ed In county court, guirdlan of tho
(irl and gavo hla ooLaonl for hor
marriage. Tlio groom has derided
that he wants hla lfe with him,
where ho can bettor look after her
and protect her from poeilblo hurra
from bis parents and hat naked Dr.
Itozzcll for aaalstanoo In finding tho
brldo. Tho guardian hai written tho
county official of Fulton count re
lating tho clrcumitanot and if tho
girl ia not acnt hero In tho next fow
da a then it la likely that somo per
ona will bo arrested charged with
kidnapping. It la said that the rela
tives of Hamara nro mad at tho girl
because aho married their rolatlve,
Uilnktng that aho would not bo nblo
to carry out hor promises to repay
them for funda sent her In Syria to
pay hor way to this country Tho
girl has not been acrocs from tho "old
country" but a few weeks and can
not apeak but a few wolds of tho Eng
Hah language. Sho Is but 18 years
old and her father la dead. Mayfleld
Thus fur Fulton county auUiorttlo
havo not boon asked to aurrendor tho
KlrL Sho la staying at present at tho
homo of FnrlB Naifou, her brothor
Word was recolvod hero SIoiday
that Sirs. C. S. Driver's sister died at
her homo at Walnut lUdgo, Ark. Alra.
Driver was called to tho young lady's
bedaldo about threo weeks ago, and
was with her when tho end came.
NOTICE: I rcscno all rights to
photos of flood from my negatives.
Many of them will bo copyrighted.
Uewaro. If jou vnnt to ubo for re
production bettor got permission. J.
Chas. M. Hubbard, representing the
American lied Croas Society, of St.
Louis, was horo Sunday and Mondny,
leaving Monday for New Madrid to
look over tho flood situation thero.
WANTED: Family to make cot
tou crop of flftoon or twonty acres.
0. D. HERON, McKonzto, Tenn., R
FOR SALE: A No. 1 Waldron pi
ano exceptionally g od tone. Cheap.
Seo Arch O. Hertweck. 3p
Drink PL.EZOL tho new drink. It
1b Healthful and Invigorating.
CEDAK POSTS from 15c to 25o
each. T. R. REYNOLDS.
Subscribe for tho Courier,
WAT80N DROPS DEAD.
Russell Watson, a woll known farm
er residing 5 miles southwest of this
city, on tho Dyersburg road, dropped
dad Friday afternoon nbout four o'
nock Heart disease U assigned as
the cause of his death.
Mr. Wataoii waa C8 jeara old Ho
Is survhed by his wife and two a
doplcd children Mrs. Joe Smith, and
a son. Funoral sorvlcs were held
at, the Ilrownsllle church Saturday
morning, after Hhlcli tho remains
were laid to rest at the City Ceme
tery Deceased was a man of high
xtundlng In tho community in which
lie resided, a good c'llion, and has
a host of friends who will mourn hU
8ero I'LEZOL to your Family.
Servo PLEZOL to jour friends
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This is Water street, both in
business houses. N. C. & St.
Your Money Back if Not Satisfied
Everything for the Table and for
and City Meet
name and appearance, at rear of
L. tracks are on this street.
W. C. Reed spent Sunday In Ful
ton with, hla parents,
McKee Johnson and Hearn Brown
wero in Union City Sunday.
Goaldcr Johnson was in Lexington
on business first of tho week.
Willard Richardson, who murdered
John Vlolott In Carlisle county a fow
weeks ago, "will probably bo tho first
white man legally electrocuted nc ho
Is condemned to die April 19.
Rudy Davis, of Joppa, Ills., -was
drowned near Birds Point, Mo., Sun
day afternoon, when a launch In
which ho was going to Charleston,
capsized. Otto Laird and Samuel
Tucker made their escape. They wero
In search of a half-brother of Davis,
who was driven out of Mississippi
county by the flood. Tho launch ov
erturned -when it struck tho Iron
Mountain track, which Is submerged.
Following is a list of donations
made to tho relief fund br the ne
groes of this city and vicinityf and
lurnea in to Troas. H. L. Amberg by
Rovs. O. Durrett and W. P. Pipkins:
Missionary Baptist S. 8.. ..S COO
Missionary Baptist Church.. .. 5.00
Ror. W. P. Plpkina 7.00
Rev. O. Durrett 1.00
H. C. Lauderdale 1.00
H. Hooker 1.00
P. Atwood 1.00
W. Wright 1.00
J. J. Jones bo
Jno. Tally ,,.. ,23
Joo Thompson 1.00
A. Z. Hamock 1.0 J
Geo. Brown 60
J. I. Watson C.00
G. L. Lowery 1.00
H. Griggs v 1.00
J. S. Thompson, Jr 1.00
Rob Sinclair 1.00
Geo. Yates 60
Amos Nichols 6.00
Cary Under 1.00
Geo. Freeman LOO
C. II. Menlfoe LOO
Oce Flowora LOO
Robt. Collier LOO
Herman Brown LOO
J. O. Keys 6.00
Elbert Carr LuO
P. Upahaw L00
H. Fowler LOO
I. Bowden 2.00
Jano Allen 1.00
R. H. Wilson LOO
C. 31. E. Church 5.00
G. t Halliburton 5.00
Dr. E. O. Overby 5.00
U. L. LInder .60
Elzlo McMoore 15
Jack Brown .10
Geo. 3Iott 40
Johnle Brown JO
Jennie Cunningham .... .. .. .05
Will Carr , .10
Dan Brown JO
Jerry Freeman .2G
Jim Isbell LOO
R. Bynum .60
Charlie .Wllkerson , -.60
Herbert Shoffner 50
W. M. Lovo 5
Harr' t TJpshaw....
Diva a Matson
W. A. Adklns
A. W. Lauderdale L2S
O. T. V. Club 2.00
Willi Carr JO
Mollla Cooper .20
iloUIo Crisp .25
Chas. Cooper r.20
Hen-y Cooper... J25
Mrs. J. L. Amberg, who la visiting;
In Paducah, was tho honoreo at a
meeting of the Chess, Checker and
Whist club of that city Monday af
ternoon. FOR SALE: Fine Gasoline Launch
25 feet long, C foot beam, 30 h. p.,
4 cylinder engine, trunk cabin. , Will
carry 10 passengers. A bargain If
taken at once. Apply to Jno. Klr
klndall, Hickman, Ky. U
CEDAR POSTS from 15c to 2Co
each. T. R. REYNOLDS.
READY FOR BUSINESS.
Tho new electric Grist Mill is now
ready for business. Located Just a
cross the street south of Klmbro'a
livery stable. All new arid first class
machinery. Good work and prompt
service guaranteed. O. R. INORAM,
"MOR. FOR YOUR MONEY"
BEDS wood, Iron and brass big as
sortment. All prices.... $2.50 to $75
ST. LOUIS FUR. COMPANY (Inc.);
Cash or Credit.