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Some Alcohol Questions
Is alcohol a tonic? Nol Docs it make the blood pure?
Nol Docs It strengthen the nerves? Nol Is Aycr's
Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure?
Yes! Docs it strengthen the nerves? Yesl Is it the only
Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your
doctor about this non-alcoholic medicine. If he approves,
your confidence will be complete. lC7riJ7tCo.,Twell.Man.
Uullboysl Dullglrlst Dull men I Dull women I llcavy-headcdl Downhearted I All
very often due to constipation! Yet the cure b to casi Aycr's PHI. Ask your doctor.
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.
0. Spradun, Union City, Tenn.
Clyde Roper, a rural mail carrier
out of Fulton, lost his home by fire
Hickman Furniture Co.
Ttleptton JV. to
Mrs. Myrtle Jackson, who is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. S M. Cavitt,
spent Thursday and Friday with
Mrs, D. H. Toombs, of near town.
Thirsty? REO is what you need.
A GREAT WATCH SALE
lieKlnnlng Haturdny, April It, and running until Munilnr. May II. Me will put
on a watch sale. V tnught a larir qtmntltyof Klein wntcht and )jr.caea at
quite a reduction and In order to net rid of tliem aa quickly as pottljdo we are go
ing to aell them at the following price :
The following; watehfi are Klein more menu In Jyr. sold niled rates:
lAdlesorO alie.7 jewel IBJW
iAdleaorOelie.lS Jewel ITn
IS alie, 7 Jewel,open face IW
1 Hie. 7 Jewel, huntlna lu
is site. Is Jewel, open face M
lfl aUe. IS Jewel, bunting U-'l
It (lie, 17 Jewel, open face 17J
1 site, 17 Jewel, hunting TtM
is alte. 7 Jewel, open face lwn
It lie. 7 Jewel, hunting ItJta
IS alie, la Jewel, open face
ISaUe, 14 Jewel, hunting IW"
1ft alte, 17 Jewel, open face , 1WW
IS alie, 17 Jewel, hunting 17-V5
is alte, 7 Jewel, Nlckle cae, open face 7n
15 alie. 1ft Jewel, " - " 1W
16 alte, 17 Jewel. UXO
IS alte. 7 Jewel. M
IS alte, 1ft Jewel, 7XM
18 alte. 17 Jewel, " " " WO
These are bran newwatchea and nuea and nre fully guaranteed. The tame
kind we have alwaya sold. We guarantee each movement for one year. Tho
caaet are standard cases and are guaranteed for twenty years. If they wear
through Iwfore the end of twenty years any Jeweler can give you a new one for
the old one that has worn through. Hemember this sate Is only going to run for
one month and we may ran out before that time but we positively will not sell
them at these prices after the 21th day of May. Mall orders promptly rilled,
llrantfonl A Andrews, Tho dependable Jewelers and opticians. Union Ulty,
Tenn. I'hone W.
BRA2STSFOrtD & ANDREWS
DKI'KND.VllLJi: JKWKlJiHH AND OITICIANH
PHONE 80 UNION CITY, TENN.
If we see no good in others they
ill likely discover but little in us.
The time which a boy spends at
his mother's knee is never forgotten
by the man.
A woman's first duty is1 to her
home and children a duty that can
not wisely be delegated to another.
The boy who takes his hat off
when he enters the bouse is the one
who usually has his face clean, and
the girl or boy who says "please"
and "thank you" is always prettier
than the one who forgets these
things. Just look around and see if
this is not true.
There are many housekeepers who
work sixteen hours a day, while three
or four healthy, active boys stand
around and watch her. They can
not help her because housework is
girl's work," and they cannot low
er their standard of American man
hood. A little reform would work
for good in more ways than one in
all such cases.
It isn't enough to believe that
"every cloud has a silver lining
and then sit down and wait for the
lining to reveal itself. Wt can, if
we will, take the X-ray of determina
tion, and pierce the cloud and find its
bright side. We can, if we will,
control our moods, shake off depres
sion and drive away ''the blues."
Think of the good
and be happy.
the gods give
A Good Friend Lost
Through lack of foresight a dollar
spent foolishly. That dollar would have re
mained a dependable friend if deposited in
a HOME bank, a friend ready and willing
for instant use in case of need; a friend that
would have assisted in building up the
credit of the owner and have advanced him
far on the road to Success.
Start an account with us and save
YOUR dependable friend; keep them where
they will be safe, yet ready and willing to
assist you at any time'.
THE HICKMAN BANK
OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY
Capital and Surplus, $65,000.00
The sprinkling rate for the season, be
ginning May 1st and ending Novem
ber 1st, 1909, in residence section, is
50 foot front and under . . . $6
8c for each additional foot
Business house rate, each door $6
This is payable in advance. If you have
not paid, please don't sprinkle
Hickman Ice & Coal Co.
The family sitting room should be
the best and most luxuious room in
I the house. Here the family gather to
I read and enjoy themselves as they
can nowhere else. It should be well
lighted, well ventilated, and well
warmed. The old fashioned way of
putting the best and prettiest of
everything into the parlor and then
shutting out air and sunlight to keep
the furniture from spoiling is a
stupid senseless and wicked fashion.
Beauty is a dangerous gitf. It is
ever so. Like wealth, it has ruined
its thousands. Thousands of the
most beautiful women are destitute
of common sense and common
humanity. No gift from heaven is
so general as the gift of beauty.
In about nine cases in ten it makes
her silly, senseless, thoughtless, gid
dy, vain, proud, frivolous, selfish,
low and mean. We think we have
seen more girls spoiled by beauty
than by any other one thing. "She
is beautiful and she knows it" is as
much as to say she is spoiled. A
beautiful girl is very likely to be
lieve she was made to be looked at ;
and so she sets herself up for a show
at every window, in every door, on
every corner of ths street, in every
company at which opportunity offers
for an exhibition of herself. And
believing and acting thus, she soon
becomes good for nothing else, and
when she comes to be a middle aged
woman she is the weakest, most
sickening of all human things a
The poorest girls in the world are
those not taught to work. There
are thousands of them. Rich parents
have been taught to despise labor
and to depend upon others for a
living, and are perfectly helpless.
The most forlorn women belong to
tnis class. It Is the duty of parents
to protect their (daughters from
this deplorable condition. They do
them a great wrong if they neglect
it. Every daughter should be taugbt
to earn her own living. The rich
as well as the poor require this train
ing. The wheel of fortune rolls
swiftly around ; the rich are likely
to become poor, and the poor rich.
Skill added to labor is no disadvan
tage to the rich, and isindispentable
to the poor. Well-to-do parents
must educate their daughters to
work. No reform is more impera
tive than this.
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cureu numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
ltcd Haiikft, Mbn. Words nro liutdrqiinto to express vrlint
LydlnK. IMtiklmnt's VcKctntilo Compound litis dono for mo. X
suffered from n fciiiuto illsenso and weakness which the doc
tors sntd was caused tiy n llhrnld tumor, and I commenced to
think there was no help for me. Lydln K. l'lnkhnm's Vrgotnldo
Compound mndo mo a well woman after all other means had
failed. Mr friends aro all inklnir what has helped mo so much,
and I Kindly recommend Lydla I J. I'ltikhum's Vegetable. Com
pound." Mrs. Wllllo Edwards.
Ilampstcad, Maryland.4 Ileforo taklnir Lydln H. lMnkham'a
Vepetnhlo Compound I was weak and iiervou. and could not
bo on my foot half a day without suffering. The doctors told
mo I never would lo well without an operation, but I.yilla 1
l'ltikham's Vegetable Compound hns done more for mo than all
tho doctors, nnd I hopo this valuable mcdlcliio may come Into
tho hands of many moro suffering women." Mr. Joseph II.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters arc not genuine and truthful
or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters arc published witnout
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
For OO years T.ydla R. IMnkhnm's Vecrtablo
Compound has been tho standard remeifjr for
female Ills. No sick woman does Justlcqto
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made excluslvelr from roots nnd herbs, nnd
has thouMnnds or cures to Its credit.
iBPte Mrs. rinkham Invites nil sick women
IV to write her for advice. Hho has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. l'InkJiam, Lynn, Mass.
Mothers train your boys to be
neat in the house. They should be
taught to look after themselves, and
to keep their bats and coats in their
proper places. Teach them this
habit, and you will save many an
noyances, and you will also do a
kindness to the boys by teaching
them neatness and self-respect.
Boys, as well as girls, should be
taught to help in the house. How
often we have been disgusted to see
that the girls are made to help with
the housework while the boy are
allowed to play checkers, or sit at
the fire toasting their toes.
A boy can help clear away after
a meal, sweep the floor, polish the
stove or wash the dishes, just as ef
lectively as a girl. He, as a rule
He will love his home more, and
when he becomes a man, and has a
home of his own, he will respect bis
wife all the more for having been
taught to respect his mother and
LET US STOP TO THINK.
Let us stop to think of the good
by kiss. Better miss a car than
leave a heartache.
Let us stop to think of the chil
dren. We, too, were children once,
and loved to be remembered.
Let us stop to think of the age,
for us, too, the evening shadows
will close at length, and we shall,
perchance, be left at desolate hearth
stones. We shall need to be re
Let us stop to think of the strong'
Best in Hickman
All at your command. All we ask
is a trial. We make a specialty of
... . .
sweu turnouts tor young men.
IM10110 111) tHtaUfaoMeLiull
er. We, too, have beenalcne, and
have needed the touch ofa kindly
hand upon our lives, and rcwy a life
has gone out In the blackWts of
darkness for the lack of Vnch a
tonch as anyone of us might Viave
Let us stop to think of God and tw
future. At best the time Is short
and the end is near. And when it
come blessed will be he to whom the
entrance upon another life will be
but the realisation of dear familiar
dreams, the consummation of a life
time of longings. Let us stop to
think. If there be any virtue,
there be any praise, let us stop to
think upon these things.
1 -: ..1
A II Leet
GOAU'ER - asc
Circuit Court Clerk,
J- K HQ
JOB V (.N
W. A MATH
JAS W l :;tf
County Court Cleric
ciias. j; 3
For County Judge.
James II sa
W. 7 BLAKEil.H
When the Fire
its too late 13 take Oct iss:
ance. Now is a better ttse-s u
er time. See us absut it-lock t:
barn before the h:ne is rose. 0
rates are reasonable our cczpiiJ
the world's best.
R. T. TYLER, Ag
It's Your Kidneys.
Dont't Mistake the Catwe of Your
irouiHC. a. Hickman Citizen
Shown How to Cure Them.
Many people never suspect their
kidneys, If suffering from a lame,
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness :
when urinary troulbe sets in they
think it will soon correct itself.
And so it is with all the other symp
toms of kidney disorders. That is
just where danger lies. You must
cure these troubles or they may lead
to diabetes a Bright's disease. The
best remedy to use is Doan's kidney
Pills. It cures all ills which are
caused by weak or diseased kidneys
Hickman people testify to permant
A. P. Overbey, of Hickman, Ky.,
says t "nor two or tnree months I
was troubled by disordered kidneys
I had dull pains in the small of my
oacic ana Whenever l stooped or lift
ed, sharp twinges caused me much
misery. At night the ache in may
back greatly disturbed my rest, I
arose in the morning feeling tired
and languid and nervous spells
brothered me. A sediment in the
kidney secretions proved that my
kidneys needed attention. Learn
ing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procur
ed a box at Helm & Ellison's drug
store and in three days theyrelleved
me. it required but one-half the
contents of the box to effect a com
plete cure. I am elad to sav that
this cure has been permanent and I
therefore have no hesitation in al
lowing you to publish my state
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's
oorrjs and Board
by the) Jay or wtclc
fortahJe rooms a'h a aa
b t.1- Rtt!!
t beautiful tU
is the ba
, my other-
and take no other,