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One Doctor Only One
No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select
the best one, then stand by him. No sense cither in trying
iiiSc ihinrt 1mf thinrt. for vour couch. Carefully, deliber
ately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick
to it. Ask your doctor about Aycr s uierry rcciorai ior
jhrnaf nn.t limit trniihlGs. Sold for nearly seventy years.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. TCAi)trCo.,Loicell.Maa.
Why try this thlnff. that thins, (or your constipation? Why not stick to the good
old reliable family laxative Ayer's PI1U? Aik your doctor If he approve IhU advice.
Where Do You Keep Your
Will and Valuable Papers)
After one has exercised due prudence and
care in making his will, as every property owner
should, and in selecting his executor so that his
requests will be carefully and strictly carried
through, the important question is a place to
As there is always more or less danger in
leaving a will or other valuable papers around the
house why not store yours in our fire-proof vault
where it will be absolutely safe there is no charge
for this service at
OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY.
Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00
"CREAM OF THE WHEAT'
Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guar
anteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it for fine pastry.
Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high
grade patent "STAR." Try it I Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc.
C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson)
MOSE BARRETT, Agent
Now is the'time to lay in your winter's supply of
COAL. Don't wait until the cold J wave flag
reminds you of your negligence.
Bon Air Lump Coal - -Tradewater
Lump Coal, -
Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam
and Anthracite Coal, upon application.
Hickman Ice & Coal Co.
A M0N8TR0U8 PROPOSITION.
Promising pardons In advance (or
killing nlghtrlders, is n dangerous
business. Suppose soinu fellow has
had murder In his heart for one of
his neighbors, but has been deterred
through fear of the law. How easy
It would be now for him to commit
tho crime Is readily seen. IIu has
but to know when tho object of his
hatred will pass a certain way at
night, He In wait for him, murder blm
tit) a black mask over tho dead mail's
Xoco leavo a partially emptied pistol
In his victim's stiffening flugers, and
announco that bo has killed a night
rider! As bo will "not need n law
yer," of courso ho will not bo requlro
to stand trial; thcro will bo no op
portunity for tho Commonwealth to
to show that tho dead man wbb upon
a peaceful mission when assassinat
ed; no cross, examination of tho mur
derer to test tho truthfulness of his
story can be bad. Tho assasslu can
even preparo his "ovldence" lu ad
vauco by writing tho C-ovornor a let
,.r Pillne him how apprehensive tho
If ho is particular to make tho let
ter real lurid, and at the same time
compliment tho Governor upon bis
stand for "law and order," be may
see both his lettec. and tho reply
in tho public prints In a day or two.
When this Is done, tho public will
of courso be expecting to hear of
him 'defending his homo' and 'up
holding tho peoples' law," The more
thoroughly this game Is worked lu ad
vauco tho more plausible his story
will be bo when he applies for his
Tho moro one looks at the Govern
or's proposition tho moro dreadful It
appears. Kentucky Stato Journal.
Wo have for salo In West Hickman
near Mcthony'a store, a fine pleco of
resldenco property. Owner has good
reasons for selling. It will tako Jl,
800 to trade. Property cost moro
thun this. Well Improved and will
bear closo Inspection, Part time.
Hickman Courlor Healty Co.
Drugs Hickman Drug Co.
The greatest of nil pleasure Is to
give pleasure to ono whom wo lovi'
What Is necessary to change a house
Into a home? If you know, ntteiul lo
It at once.
How many pooplo would lio willing
lo tvrlto the secret thoughts of one
day on a blackboard.
Aro you always rendy trndfstrlbut-
good cheer, sweet thoughts nnd len
Tho most sacred thing bcuoath the
Cross of Christ Is tho heart of n pure
woman. She Is "Cod's Inst and best
gift to man."
Tho world would bo happier If the
people woro a little moro gonorous
with their praise. There Is too much
tlattery, but a word of Just apprecia
tion would cheer tho. heart and
strengthen tho hands of many n dis
couraged worker In tho home. In tho
school, In tho church and In tho world
You mny bo broad ns Humanity In
your friendliness for man. There Is
nothing to loso and much to bo gain
ed by greeting tho world with n smll
nnd n grasp of sympathy. Uut bo sin
cere. Let not so holy a thing ns tho
spirit of friendship, even In Its broad
er application bo desecrated by hy
pocrlcy. Count yourself a friend ot
all men, though but ono man bo yours.
Live your lives thus generously, n
word of cheer to tho discouraged, a
hand held out to tho fallen! a man
tie of charity to tho fellow who sins
and Is caught nt It. You will bo a
bigger man; you will find tho world
n better plsco to live In, nnd youwlll
leavo It better than you found It.
Don't torment yourself about what
people nro going to think about this
and that action. No matter what you
do or leavo undone sonic ono wilt
crltlso you sovercly, and Uie best rule
for getting through life with compar
ative comfort Is, after you havo mado
up your mind as to tho propriety and
ndvlsablltty of a certain course, pur
buo It calmly, without paying tho
slightest attention to tho criticisms o
the lookers on from the outside You
seo Just becauso tboy aro on tho out'
side tbey can only seo tho surface
It docs not matter In tho least what
If You Were Your Mother.
If you wero your mother
Would you llko to hnvo your atten
tlon called to your double chin, al
wars a sensitive topic with tho wo
man who takes on flesh with years?
Would you feci merry at heart
when your daughter bado you stand
up stalghtT Perhaps tho slight stoop
of the shoulders has come from enr
rylng mnny domestic burdens In the
days before "Father" was as pros
Derous as ho Is today.
Would you llko to wash dishes threo
times a day so that "Daughter" might
keen uo her piano prnctlce, and then
havo rag-tlmo and popular songs com
floating cut to tho kitchen Instead
of bcuIch and exercises.
Would you llko tho daughter who
forgets to send her collars to tho
laundry, her gloves to bo clonncd or
her ribbons to be presented, bor
row theso llttlo accessories from
your own stock of carfully hoarded
and neatly kept ralinent?
Would you llko to be held rosponsl
bio for sending Mary's suit to the
tailor's. IJess' golves to tho dyer nnd
father's boots to tho shocmakor, when
each and ovory one of heso Indlvldu
nls pass tho afore mentioned shops
on their way to storo or office?
Would you llko lo hear at regular
Intervals how beautiful Mrs. Jones
sets ber tablo nnd serves her meals
alwayB with an air of Invidious com
narlsonT Perhaps you know that Mrs
Jones has a servant whllo you havo
nono, or tho Jones girls mako pretty
center pieces and look after the fern
dish for their mother.
Would you like to net as alarm
clock for tho wholo family of grown
and half grown children, and to re-
eclvo groans aud grunts Instead of a
cheerful, "Yes, mother." or "Thank
you, dear," In return for performing
this offlcoT Perhaps you would some
times feel that your own day would
start hotter if you might llo In bed
until breakfast was ready, or that
If only Mlnnlo would got up ten or
fifteen minutes soonor she could flit
nbout tho kitchen with you. You seo
so llttlo of her since she works down
Would you llko to havo tho photo
graphs of your old ttmo friends pack
ed uway In tho secretary drawer to
mako room for tho latest slago favor
ites on tho narlor mantle, and tho
few old fashioned oil paintings and
water colors you prUo tucked into
Mnke your home comfort
able and cheery by outfit
ing it with bright, new fur
niture and fixtures. We
are displaying a new and
complete line of home fur
nishings at our
fnco Komo day, when slio Is leaning
bnrk In her favorlto rhatr slid road
tho nnswer lo theso questions in her
lined faro nnd drooping shoulders.
Dear Father and Mother.
I'm coming back to homo and you.
Unless I'm bidden nny;
I've learned my lesson, served my dm
Since 1'vo been nwny.
And now If I rtin only seo
Tho dear old farm nnd homo.
I'll work from morn ' until night,
With not a wish lo roam.
I've su enough of olty llfo
And glided halts of sin;
I've drank from out tho tempting eup
That hold n snnko within.
Thank Cod! I've killed tho reptle,
And thrown tho cup nway.
I long to bo nt homo again,
Forever thero to stay!"
Whal Do You Need ?
Dressers, plain and fancy
Rugs, Art Squares
Lace Curtains -m
Cooks and Ranges
Rocking Chairs of all kinds
Stove Pipe, 8tove Buckets
Window Class, all sizes
Trunks, all sizes
We carry, In addition to our reg
ular stock, a large line of second
hand goods which are sold at ex
tremely low prices.
We Sell Furniture
For LESS MONEY
Than cdny House in
Western Kentucky !
Wo glvo you a cordial Invitation
to mako your headquarters with us
on Taft'a Day and all other days.
than ever that you wanted to keep
green tho memory of friends who
were not captious, whose photographs
and handiwork brings back the hap
py dnys of your own childhood?
Would you llko to bo told, when
young folks are coming, that you no
not bother to Ureas and put In un up
pearnnce? Would you not detect the
truth behind this oxeuse that your
duughtera woro perhaps a bit nshain
wl of you, or feared that their friends
might bo bored by tho prosouco of u
Would It not mnke you very huppy
if some, day tho daughter who won
tiers why your hands look so HI woul
uilng In her manicuring set and geni
ly manlcuru your work-worn flugers
would It not mnko you look und fuel
younger If tho pretty daughter
whoso daintily waved hair you Bocret
ly envy should upend un hour dross
lug your hair in which tho white Is
beginning to show?
And would you not fuel younger
happier and stronger If your daugh
ters and sous Introduce you to their
friends us a comrade rather than a
Look Into your dear old mother's
Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky.
W. A. Dodds, Plaintiff, vs. II. A.
Craddock, Defendant; Kqulty.
Ily vlrtuo of n Judgment nnd order
ot salo ot Pulton Circuit Court, rend
cred nt tho September term, there
of, 1909, In tho nbovo cause, by agree
ment ot tho pnrttca herein, I
shall proceed to offer for salo at
tho Court House door In Hickman,
Ky., to tho highest bidder, at public
auction, on tho 8th day of November,
1909, at 2 o'clock p. in., or there
about (being County Court day), up
on n credit ot six months tho follow
ing property, to-wlt: Parts of tho S
E. and S. W. Qrs. of Sec. 20, T. 1,
K. 6, W. containing 1C1 acres moro
or less samo being tho tract ot land
known as tho Gouley plsco and ly
Ing 103 polos on tho Dyorsburg Hon
and oxtondlng north 1C0 poles con
taining 103 acres moru or less, and
tho remaining f8 acre more or less
ot tho tract hereby conveyed adjoins
on tho west tho first described tract
conveyed by D. W. DIckorson to Daisy
D. Ovorby, nil lying and being In Put
ton county, Kentucky, or sufficient
thereof to produco tho sums ot money
so ordered to bo mado. Kor tho pur
chase price, tho purchaser, with ap
proved security or securities, must
execute lloud, bearing legal Interest
from tho day of salo until paid, nnd
having the forco and effect ot a Judg
mont. Didders will bo prepared to
comply promptly with theso terms.
J. K. MILNEK, Com.
Pulton Circuit Court, Kentucky.
Tom Dillon, Jr, Plaintiff, vs. Hob
Chambers, Kt Al., Defendant; Kqulty
lly vlrtuo of a Judgment nnd order
ot sale ot Pulton Circuit Court, rend
urcd at the September term, thoro-
of, 1909 in tho nbovo causa, for tho
sum ot ono hundred 81-100 dollars,
with Interest at tho ralo of C per
cent, per annum until paid, and costs
heroin, I shall precd to offer for
salo at tho Court House door In Hick'
man, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at
public auction, on tho 8th day of
November, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. in.,
or thereabout (being County Court
day), upon a credit ot six months
tho following property, to-wlt; Lots
Nos. 159, 160 and 1C1, all In block 3
is shown on tho plan or map of
Kast Hickman, Pulton county, Ken
tucky, or sufficient thereof to pro
duco tho sums ot money so ordered
to bo mado. Kor tho purchase price.
tho purchaser, with approved securi
ty or aecurlttcs, must oxecuto Dond,
bearing legal Interest from tho day
ot salo until paid, and having tho
forco and effect ot a Judgment. Did
ders will bo prepared to comply
promptly with theso terms.
J- R. MILNEK, Com.
Pulton Circuit Court, Kontucky,
II. A. Tyler, Plaintiff, vs. James
Clark, Et Al., Defendant; Kqulty.
Uy vlrtuo of a Judgtuont and or
der of salo ot Pulton Circuit Court,
reuduted at tbo September term,
thereof, 1909 In tho abovo cauao, for
tho sum ot seven hundred and eight
dollars (1708.00) with Interest at tho
rato ot C per cent, per annum until
paid, and costs herein, I shall pro
ceed to offer for salo at tho Court
llousu door lu Hickman, Ky., to tho
highest bidder, nt public uuctlon, on
tho 8th day ot November 1909, at 2
o'clock p. sn., or thereabout ) being
County Court duy), upon a credit of
sl months, the following described
property, towlt: Vie. Lot No. 40 and
tho oast 1C0 feet of Vlr. lot No. 39
as samo aro shown aud designated
on tho plan or map of Kast Hickman,
Ky., or sufficient thorcof to produco
tho sums of money so ordered to bo
mado. Kor tho purchnso prlco, tbo
purchaser, with approved security or
securities, must execute Uond, bear
ing legal Interest from tho day of sal
until paid, and having tho forco and
effect of a Judgment. Didders will
bo prepared to comply promptly with
J. K. MILNKll, Com.
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