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J6 you know that the best class of laundry wearers
are glvJnf tfieif work to the 0 K Steam Laundry of Fulton
Why Simply because the cost is no more than you
would pay to some other laundry who turn out sawedge col
1 lar and yellow dirty looking garments The laundr I repre
sent gives your work that pearly white color so much appreci
t Atetlly the genteel dresser It COlts no morewhy not have It
1 I deliver laundry in city also call for it The
f agency Is I at the store of Smith Amberg
FRANK SMITH Agent
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srV 4t Melrose and incldently
tca < alm of 160 acres of fine
la near that city It was at this
I pice that she met Dr Jeterher
atanity wiiich later culminated InI I
btlr happy marriage
Mrs Jeter is too well known here
4 to need any eulogy from the Cour
Icf j sufficco say that she Is a lady
tit culture and held high in esteem
by her many friends here and else
IIwhere
Jeter is a practicing physi
td reputed to be a gentleman
i landing in business circles
r ana Mrs Jeter will make
to 11 dro kose in Texas
PtTt a an a aatl Quickly check
It with lit AIi s Magic Olnt
inert To I 1111 mail a
lesti
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1 wi t 1 surely wouM not send It
t inles f I was certain that Dr
iiiw m s Magic Ointment would stand
Ill nU Remember it is made ex
jd I alone for swollen pain
feeding or itching piles either
f tai or internal Large jar SOc
1vp 1 tr 1 if by all dealers
j Trytfc Couriers Want Column
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Mark Twain on MontI I
Mark Twain said that the finan I
cial panic has caused a wrong idea
of the use and value of money
The spendthrift says that money
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being round was made to rollI I I I
The miser says that being flat it is
made to stack up Both are wrongI I
Strangely wrong too in theirI I
ideas about money are the veteran
Australian gold diggers These
simple old fellows though worth
perhapa half million or more live
in the simple dugouts and shanties <
of their lean early days
Once lecturiig I landed at an
Australian port There was no pore
ter in sight to carry my luggage
Seeing a roughlooking old fellow
leaning against a post with his hands
in his pockets I beckoned to him
said i
saidSec here if you carry these
bags up to the hotel Ill give you
half a crown
The man scowled at me He
took three or four gold sovereigns
from his pocket thietr them into the
sea scowled at me again and walk t
ed away without a word
A Happy Mother
will et that her why U property NrtdI I
fort + do llilun good imrvntlv U iieiHMwmry
Many Imlilo 1 miner from worm and the Irv rr
mother doiit know nU your Iwliy U fev
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ladies who is aoftun r 4tti c
mony with the adne < < lfsi MW
leap year gives her was handed a
testament by her father with the
leaf turned down at the following
passage He who giveth in mar
riage doelh well but he who giveth
not in marriage doeth better She
immediately returned it with the fol
lowing reply written underneath
Dear father I are content U do
wall let those tie t better who can
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AWAY PROM HOME
To a young man away from home
friendless and forlorn In a great city
the hours of peril are those between
sunset and bedtime The moon and
stars see more evil in a single hour
ttuu the sun in a whole days cir
cult The poets visions of evening
arc all compact of tender and sooth
ing images It brings the wanderer
to his home the child to its moth
ers arms and the ox to hit stall
and weary laborer to his rest But
to the tender hearted youth who Is
thnwn upon the rocks of a pitiless
city and stands homeless among a
A thousand homes It the approach of
evening brings with It an aching
sense of loneliness and desolation
which comes down on the spirit like
darkness upon the earth In this
mood his best impulses become a
snare to him and he sled estray be
cause he is social affectionate
sympathetic and warm hearted
If there be a young man thus cir
cumstanced who is a reader of this
department let MS say to him that
books are the friends of friendless
and that a wisely selected library
is i the home of homeless A taste
for reading will always carry you
to converse with those who will in
struct you by their wisdom and
charm you by their wit who
soothe you when fretted refresh
you when weary counsel you when
perplexed and sympathise with
you at all times In the middle
ages evil spirits were driven away
by bell book and candle In this
age we need but two of these agents
a good book and a candle
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HOME ACCOMfUSHUEHTt
Accomplishments We like
such sentiment and we like too a
spirit that dares speak out for the
right in this overaocomplishsd age
A woman who fails in her home fails
in all Horne is womans realm
given Into her hands to regulate
govern and beautify If she fails
here she may look in vain for an
other kingdom j for she has failed in i
the only spot where she could have
ultimately succeeded She has laid
Irdown the jewels which God gave her
to brighten and polish and in their
Ieplaces finds nothing but dust and l
ashes It is a conceded fact that
rethere is no evil without a remedy I
1and it becomes us to inquire where
is the evil and that is the cure
nA young girl loves devotedly
She takes the sacred name of wife
thoughtlessly of the responsibilities
which her position involves She
IImarrlel with an honest desire ton
t
make her home a happy one but
not being clad in the armor of well 1
drilled housekeeper she fails Her
accomplishments lose their power i
day by day she feels her utter un
fitness for her station until at last
she despairs of ever making a cheer
ful home for her husband
IeIs the young wife to blame I
We think the fault is further back
Just as a twig is bent the trees
inclined but the twig cannot bend
itself If it inclines in the wrong
eldirection the fault must be in the
hand which bends it
Every mother shouhl teach her
daughter just as she would desire
some other mothers daughter taught
that is to become the rift of her
IUIon Give her if you can a know
IJoH
now I wouldDfv
boots for they cantv l i r
Nfy an
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Buy Hair
fit Auction iI I i
At any rate you seem to be
liiting rid of it on auction sale
principles going going
Bone IIt I Slop the auction
with Aycrs Hair Vigor It
certainly checks falling hair
no mistake about this It sets
as n regular medicine makes
the scalp healthy Then you
must have healthy hair for
its natures way
The boat kind fI lMU tlmnll
Held lor over clxty years
Mee rrll w
ale eM eIIurora at
A tiers g Mlt aUAItUA
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lodge of music and other accom
plishments within your reach but
with them give a practical knowledge
of housekeeping Let her own hands
ktM xt who bread make the butter
take beds
tto 4H4rtr mei
freand ailp
and ih yttt tw d
to give her to the very
land She is fitted for life i she wh t
succeed i and if the future shoutJ <
flnd you alone in the word her hus
band will gladly welcome you to a
home which you taught your daugh
ter to make for him The dearest
ipot on earth
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UPES LHRONS
Whoever has any observation or
experience In the matter must have
noticed what a tedious operation
learning to read almost always is
and were it not for the pliant mind
of the child it would be far more
so The brightest and easiest taught
children will draw their words make
pauses there there arepone and
blunder in various ways bore they
acquire the ability to repeat the
words they have learned to form a
sentence which has an intelligent
meaning to them Much persevere
ing plodding is I required after that
before they can get the meaning of 1
the story contained in one short
page
pageb
Is not this true of the best of us in
learning to read the stein lessons oi
life 1 Are we not all dull scholars
when we come to Interpret the mean
ing of the hard discipline of sorrow
and care which falls to the lot of
even the most favored Do we not
loom slowly and often through
great tribulation the solemn teach
Ings of life And how many fail
to catch it at all to whom eaoh day
and week and year of their lives
means no more than the disconnect
ed words of the blundering scholar
means to him Happy are they
who comptehend the true meaning of
this chapter of life
Danger in Delay
KMnet UtotttMC Are too llflll roll a
for Jllokiittttt teejtle to Aleglftt
The great danger of kidney trou
bles is that they pVa Arm hold before
the sufferer recognizes them
Health is gradually undermined
Backache headache nervousness
lameness soreness lumbago urin
ary troubles dropsy diabetes and
Brights disease follow in merciless
succession Dont neglect your
withs
the certain and safe remedy Doans
Kidney Pills which has cured peo
pie right here in Hiokman
Clay Puckett living in Hiokman
Ky says I am using Doans
Kidney Pills at the present time and
find them an excellent remedy
My kidneys bothered me off and on
for over a year At times I suffer
ed from sharp twinges through my
back and It hurt me severely to
stoop to pick anything up The ac
lion of my kidneys was also ire
regular causing me considerable
annoyance Some time ago I heard
about Doans Kidney Pills and de
ciding to give them a trial procured
a box at Helm and Ellisons drug
store I am now using the second
secondt
1suits My general health has great
1 ly improved and I gladly give
Deans Kidney Pills my endorse
ment
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cent KosterMilburn Co Buffalo
New Yon sale agents for the Unit
ed States
There arc Few
people wbo know haw to take tare of
llit > iiiM < lrt > a tint majority do wit The
Tieg
liver II n mo i Impoflntil ornnn In lilt
Uidy llttrlilne will keep It In miiidltloH
V tt Klmkla Alto Tttit write I
ImvoiiMxl HeroliiM fur tmilli sled roor
niul llnd II the but ninlUltm I evtr UMH
I would not I Iw without II Ulia vuotl for
iblUlriMi ft II II for urownup pvoplii sod I
rrvuiiiuioiu it 111 U nun for iJiOrlppo
Hold dy ttiiwtfillti ITIU Worn lot sod
llvliu A Klllnoii
No 2 WheatC H Moore
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let r 1
hue tali cldirbl many CUL i
Heard
On the Streets
L LLL
ro I
IArc lamps
Threlkelds Eating House op
posite depot
Leave your laundry with Gurlln
at Ellison Bros
Mrs Tom Pickle of near Fulton
died last week
BIrminghamAla
Ala this week
Get the habitof trading at Bet
tersworth Prathers
Cltywahere
here on business Monday
Miss Mollie Bourne spent Sunday
with friends at Union City
Pure Canadian Sap Maple Syrup
C H Moore Tel No 4
IMlu Lucile Posey of Union City
is the guest of Miss Nell Bondurant
Atty T N Smith was here from
Fulton Monday attending County
Court
CourtDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Johnson and T R
Powell made a business trip to Ful
ton Monday
Anchor Buggies for popular peo
at popular prices Farmers
rdware Co
Mn Mott Ayers returned to
tot
A ji Tyler
TylerDodds
It
Itt10dds and children
are tfiX JHik Wale and wife at
MemEngrg f
Engrii olw yS embossed
stationery an4 MKl ovary de
scription at this BaW
The Farmers Hal <
ries a fine line of imple
ever saw Prices right
FOR RENT 60acre tan
upper bottom Terms 13 of crs s >
J B Graham Route S 51tf
Miss Vera Eastwood one of Ful
tons charming young ladies is the
guest of Miss Irene Helm
Miss Rubye Fleming returned
from Lexington Tuesday where
she has been attending school
Cascade Flour If you havent
tried it yet you havent had the
best Call No 4C H Moore
W A Carpenter Is several inches
taller since Mofiday nightwall on
account of the arrival ot a tenpound
girl at his home
Miss laVerne Cheek who has
been the guest of Misses Dora Smith
and Lillian Choate returned to her
home in Fulton Monday
Miss Mary McDaniel who was
brought home from Bowling Green
last week on account of illness is
reported as much better this week
LOSTLast Sunday new brown
dress ooat between Hickman and
Oibbs Pond on Dyersburg road
Leave at Courier ofilceW D
Wade S2p
The fact that Hickman is having
on an average of one fire a week is
another reminder that we need some
organization among the firefighters
This deficiency is proving a mighty
high priced piece of neglect
Alan Creech affd Beech Hargts
both in jail at Jackson for 4Huraer
attempted suicide by swallowing a
large quantity of whiskey and
morphine Creech also obtained a
rasa and attempted to out his
throat
To stop any pain anywhere in
20 minutes simply take just one of
Dr ShOO 1 Pink Pain Tablets
Pain means congestionblood pres
sure that is all Dr Shoops
Headache or Pink Pain Tablets
will quickly coax blood pressure
away from pain centers Alter
that pain is gone Headache
Neuralgia painful periods with wo
men etc get instant help 20
Tablets 2Sc Sold by all dealers
Dr J B Luten of Caruthersvllle
Mo was malted Wednesday to
Miss Blanche Vineyard of Jackson
Mo which is the home of the bride
Dr Luten is well known in this city
and is one of Caruthersvilles most
prominent young men being a prac
Icing young physician that place
The bride is a daughter of Dr Vine
yard a well known physician at
Jackson and Is a poplar young lady
Misses Ruth Ellison and Virginia
Luten and Drew Luten attended the
0Isenbarth wadding Hendersons Floating
Theatre showed in this city Satur
day night to a crowded house The
show is presumed to have been good
although very few in the house heard
more than half of what was said on
account of the disgraceful manner
in which a lot of sap hcads cnrrieJ
on during the performance The
fire alarm which was turned in dur
ing the performance also added to
the confusion and for a while the
stampede looked like it might end
seriously as the audience thought
the boat was onfire
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ter
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The >
HomeJ
Homef r9
of Pure 1 µ x
Drugs i
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Announcement
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The cash must accompany all an t
nouncements to insure their publicaI
tlonlno exceptions
exceptionsFor
For Sheriff
We are authorised to announce
as candidates for the office of
Sheriff of Fulton county subject to
the action of the Democratic pri
mary Nov 3 the following
HBRSJCIIRU JOHHSOH
OOALDER JOHHSatf
DAVE MORUAR
A O KIMBRO n
L C RODE tr a
The following are subject 1o the
November electlon1909 I
9HA NOOHOK
s
County Court Clerk °
r
We are authorized to ang
candidates for office ct
aandldatesourtforofofilae
inly Court ot rw
thf
4LtEft
W E MATLQGK
It F TAYLOR
County Attorney +
We are authorised to announce
as candidates for the office of
County Attorney of Fulton County
subject to the action oHhe Demo
cratic primary Nov 3 the follow
ing
JAS W ROHEY
ALLIson TYLER
T x SMITH
County Assessor
We are authorized to announce
as candidates for the office of As
sessor of Fulton county subject to
the action of the Democratic pri
mary Nov 3 the following i
CHARLES D ROE t
BUM P WK49N
IIIADLBIt t
CHAS BBADLB
WILL J THOMPSON
For Jailer
We are authorised to announce
as candidates for the office of
Jailer of Fulton County subject to
the aotltn of the Democratic pri
mary Nov 3 the fallowing r
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JOB > MOONON
MO WBIOItT j
J B JOKES
T It 8A1RI I
Following arc subject lo t the Nov
ember election in 1909 1
W F LAKJtNORBI
f
School Superintendent
We are authorized to announce
as candidate for the office of
Superintendent of Fulton County
Schools subject to t the action of the
Democratic primary Nov 3 the
following e
MIM DORA SMITH
County Judge
We are authorised to announce
as candidates for the office of 1
1County
Subjeot tc the action of the Demo
cratic party t
paitya
a w wjftmm
P B ATTHBBBRiV e
W A rVMR
H P Rlrrar
Circuit Court Clerk
I We are authorised to announce
rep a candidate for re election 40 thef
fCourt f
Court subject to the 3lton of thef f
Democratic Primary Nov 3 1908
1908f f
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t
Judge F S Moore and wife Hon i
B T Davis and wife and Hon Jno sS 1
T Dillon and wife are attending t
the State Convention at Lexington
this week
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