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BRADLEY & PARHAM
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to bo in olir snoes
HAVE A GOOD OAF1DEN.
We furnish a fit
for every man.
BRADLEY & PARHAM
CLOCK WITH EIGHT-FOOT DIAL
Tit lirtm c xk In St. Louts ! the one on the cant front of the city ball.
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i ; i a made of Iron filigree work that Manila out a foot or more
c - 'a of the building. The clock la run by air compressed by
:e it? buamrnt of to olty hall and carried to the clock through
Business Good at Dorena.
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B0nt ua royal entertainer
Hbaw l3 a ,UckIer for fine
Ngo Jail-breker Caught.
' -,l"c neBro forger,
troe .-1 1 hn city two weeks
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A well-known authority on Rheu
matism gives the following valuable
though simple and harmless, pres
cription, which any one can easily
prepare at home :
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one
ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa
rilla, three ounces.
Mix by shaking well in a bottle,
and take a teaspoonful after each
meal and at bedtime.
He states that the ingredients can
be obtained from any good prescrip
tion pharmacy at small cost, and,
being of vegetable extraction, are
harmless to take.
This pleasant mixture, if taken
regularly for a few days, is said to
overcome almost any case of Rheu
matism. The pain and swelling, if
any, diminishes with each dose, until
permanent results are obtained, and
without injuring the stomach. While
there are many so-called Rheuma
tism remedies, patent medicines,
etc., some of which do give relief,
few really give permanent results,
and the above will, no doubt, be
greatly appreciated by marry suffer
ers here at the this time.
Inquiry at the drug stores of this
neighborhood elicits the information
that these drugs are harmless and
can be bought separately, or the
druggists here will mix the prescrip
tion for our readers if asked to.
What's an Inch of RalnT
The rain full In buckets, the thunder
racketed terribly, and the lightning
drew tlgxag llnon of bright gold upon
the violet sky.
"So you, too, don't know what an
Inch of rain la madly," satd the
weather chirk, aa he looked at bla
rain measuring Instrument. "Very few
people do, It aoeuia. I'll explain It to
"An acre Is 6,272,610 square Inches.
An Inch of water on an aero la there
fore 6,272,640 cubic Incboa. That
amount at 227 cubic Inched to the gal
Ion, oquals 22,000 pilous, or 220,000
pouiulx, or 100 tons.'
"An Inch of rain la, In other words,
rain falling at the rate of 100 torn to
ths acre." Philadelphia llulletln.
List your real estate with the Hick
wan Courier. No sale, no charge,
It Will Pay Both from a Health and
a Money Standpoint.
What wo cnt Is about linlf our tlvlnR
expenses, and what can Im worm In
tho home Rardcn mny make tip a largo
Mmro of what we cat It Is iTmply
surprlslDK to find how many and how
much good IhliiRd enn bo Brown In the
Kardrn with food soil, Rood plants and
I romc'inber ono year my mother
counted up tho valuo of our garden
products and found It to bo about $125
on an eighth of an acre. That U at
tho rato of 21,000 por acre for a single
season, but It la posdblo In almost
any placo with right fertilisation and
Many vegetables should bo grown In
the garden for both summer and win.
tcr uso. We occd green vegetable
diet In winter Just aa much as In sum
mer and people In general would be
more healthy It they would oat more
grceu food during cold months.
Hlght now In winter farmers with
the very best conditions for good gar
dens are buying cabbage and onions
from the stores when they could have
grown them with only a little labor.
Many others are doing without them
entirely. It seems that every farmer
ought to grow all the vegetables for
the family needs each year, and for all
the year, and havo some for sale,
rather than b compelled to buy.
Many gardeners never have a crop
of celery, egg plant, asparagus, horse
radlih, parsnips, carrots snd many
other wbolesomo vegetables, simply
becauie they think they are not able
to grow them. It Is true that soma
people seem to have more "luck" than
others with garden plsnts. However,
luck, In gardening, Is simply the re
sult of earnest and intelligent work.
The trouble with many people Is that
they do not actually lore garden work'
or any other work for that matter, will
never succeed at It. Uut tho one who
loves plants and loves to grow them
can grow anything In the garden
A good gardener Is always en
thused with his work and In winter
reads the seed catalogues and dreams
of spring. When spring comes he Is
ready for the work with a full supply
of seeds on hand. The poor garduner
must be driven Into the garden and
the good gardener can't be driven out
of It. That makes the difference.
Some people go south for winter
gardening, but winter gardening can
also bo done In the north. The soli
can be fertilised, plans laid out, seeds
selected and purchased, hot bed built
and started and everything got In read
iness for tht season's planting. Uo
slde, there are always perennial vege
tablesrhubarb, asparagus, horserad
ish which under the mulch are dor
mant but full of Ufa and ready to grow
with the first signs of coming mild
weather. Parsnips are left In the
ground till mld-wlnter and longer In
central latitudes and are not at their
best till after a doxen or more good
freettngs and thawlngs In the garden
soil. They can be dug and used fresh
from tbo cold soil from January to
March. Horseradish Is not at Its best
UI1 tho latter part of February. Frees
Ing and thawing do not Injure, but add
flavor to the pungent roots. Ths bed
of winter onions begin to show
shoots of tender green up through the
straw or sawdust covering amid the
light freexea of early spring, leading
the long march of less hardy vegeta
bles that are to come.
VALUE OF BIRDS.
Thty Are the Best Friends of ths
Slxtoen feet of worms! How's that
for a day's rations? Scientists esti
mate that the dally foods of a full-
Eating Sixteen Feet of Worms.
fledged young robin equals 16 feet of
caterpillars or angleworms. And sUll
some people appear to question the
ulUUy of birds!
darden nnd orchard work can go
right on In the winter as well as In the
summer. There are many little things
which can bo done in the cold months.
Repairing fences and pruning are
never out of season.
Orapevlnes that have not been
trimmed should be attended to at once.
Late winter or early sprlug cutting of
grapevines results In excessive losa of
sap, "bleeding," and is a dlsUnct In
Jury to the plants.
Osage orange posts make good
grapevine supports owing to their last
ing qualities. These posts have been
known to last in the ground for CO
years and more. Uy using them for1
supports there will be no danger ef
tho vines going down under a heavy
lead oX fruit.
THE GIBSON GIRLS
In the Musical Comedy
" D A.N CUPID"
OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY, FEB. 8TH.
. Keep The Kidneys Well.
:' Health U Worth Having, ami
Some JllcJcmnn People Know
How to Save It.
Many Hickman people take their
lives in their hands by neglecting
the kidneys when they know these
organs need help. Sick kidneys are
responsible for a vast amount of suf
fering and ill health, but there is no
need to suffer nor to remain In dan
ger when all diseases and aches and
pains due to weak kidneys can be
quickly and permanently cured by
the use of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Here is a Hickman citizen's recom
mendation. A. P. Iverbey, living In Hickman,
Ky., says: "For two or three
months I was troubled from the dis
ordered condition of my kidneys. I
had dull pains in the small of my
back, and whenever I stooped or
lifted anything, sharp twinges
would cause me misery. At night
the aching in my back greatly dis
turbed my rest and I arose in the
morning feeling lame. I usually
felt tired and lame and languid and
nervous spells bothered me. My
kidneys needed attention as was
proved by the sediment contained In
the secretions. Learning ol Doan's
Kidney Pills, I procured a box at
Helm and Ellison's drug store, and
in three days they relieved me. It
required but one half the contents of
the box to affect a complete cure. I
am glad to say this cure has been
permanent, and have no hesitancy in
allowing you to publish my state
For sale bv all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
A Dissatisfied Subscriber.
"I hereby offer my resignashun
as a subscriber to your paper. It
being a pamplet of such small kon
sekuenc as not benefit my family by
takin' it. What you need in yure
sheet is brains and some one to hus
sel up news and rite editorials on
live topics. No menshun has been
made in yure shete of my butcherin'
a polen china pig weighln' 369
pounds or the gapes In the chickens
round here, you ignore that i bought
a bran' new bob sled, and that i sold
my blind mule, and say nothin'
about it. Bill Perry's jersey calf
brok his two front legs fallin' in a
well, two important chiverees have
been utterly ignored by yure shete
& a 3 columns obitchuary notis rit
by me on the death of grandpa Fahr
was left out of yure shete to say
nothin' of the alphabetical poem be
ginnin' 'A is for And and also for
Ark rit by me darter. This is the
reason yur paper Is so unpopular in
Luzelle. If you kant rite eddytorl-
als & ain't going to put no news In
yure shete we don't want sade shete.
If you print the obitchuary In yure
next I may sine again fur yure shete.
Luzelle Weekly Squirt.
WANTED Man of family to
work on farm. Steady work for the
right man. Apply to The Courier.
I have a fine red Durham bull
which I will stand at $1.00, cash
with service. M. A. McDanlel. 2p
The Preacher Finds Ready Sate for
His Books In His Parish.
Dent on an errand of mercy, a city
prowlor made his way Into a Strang
nelKhhorhood. What Impressed blm
most was tho bookstore windows. In
every one for blocks around were
stacks of a new book he had never
heard of by a writer of whom he had
"Who Is this man J" he Anally asked.
"Why Is he so popular hereaboutsT"
"He Is the pastor of the Presby
terian church down In the next block,"
Said tho Stationer. "Everv honVanlW
in the neighborhood is making a spe
cialty or his book. That Is the usual
way of doing things when a clergy
man brings out a new book. Anybody
else might appear in the publishers'
catalogue every month without arous
ing local pride, but With the nreachera
It is different. When a minister turns
author that old saw about the prophet
being without honor In his own coun
try Is disproved with
Every spring there Is a considerable
literary output by tbo pastors of Now
York churches. The first nlace when
these volumes arc put on sale la the
bookstores near the church where the
minister preaches, and usually the
largest sales are made there."
The Shah's Jewels.
It Is no small wonder that 'the shah
guards his gems so Jealously, for tboy
arc absolutely unique. Ills greatest
treasure Is a sword whose hilt and
scabbard are Incrusted with diamonds
of marvelous size and brilliancy worth
300,000. Tbo Imperial crown con
tains a ruby which Is regarded as the
finest in tho world. Such a ono could
not be bought for JClGO.OoO. There
are In the vaults the girdle of state
(which Is heavily inlaid with dia
monds and emeralds) and an Immense
sliver vaso thickly overlaid with
pearls and turquoises. A remarkable
object Is a terrestrial globe with the
land worked in enamel and Jewels;
tbo rivers are made of diamonds, the
lakes of turquoises and the mountains
are raised and contoured in beautiful
gold work. Detroit Nows-Trlbune.
Hickman Lodge 761
F. & A. M.
Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. &
A. M., will meet in regular commu
nication next Monday night at 7 :30.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
H. C. Helm, Master.
D. Owens, Sec'y.
Work in E. A. and F. C. Degrees.
Mrs. Frank Smith, of West Hick
man, Is on the sick list.
Money to Loan.
1 loan money at the rate of 5 per
cent per annum on farm lands in
Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn.,
and in Fulton County, Ky. About
one-half the cash value of a farm
will be loaned. Loans made in sums
of $1,000 or more for five years
with privilege to borrower of paying
same after one year in full or mak
ing any size partial payment desired
at intervals of six months after the
expiration of one year, interest be
ing stopped on partial payments
made. Call on or write.
O. -Spradlw, Union City, Tenn.
See the Dutch Kid chorus in "Dan
Cupid" at Opera House next Mon- -day.
The Italian number Miss
Fluffs da Ruff gets them all with its
originality and tunefulness. See It
with Dan Cupid at Opera House next
Helm Sr Ellison's
Is the great Drug center of Hick
man and Fulton county.
Whenever you think of Drugs and
Medicines, think of Helm & Ellison.
The great majority of the people
turn to us involuntarily when in
need of anything in the drug line
for they know that at Helm & Elli
son s they can find just what they
want promptly and at the lowest
price. Never before has the popu
larity of Helm 6k Ellison been so
great as during the great business
wave which has prevailed during
the past holiday season.
If you are not dealing at Helm &
Ellisons you are missing much
why not get in line.