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STOPS FALLING HAIR
AN ELEGANT DRESSING
MAKES HAIR GROW
llltrrrilli'nls Sulphur. Clrfrln, 0ln' Sodium CMorM.
Ask your doctor if tlicrc Is nnylliina Injurious Iicrc.
Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here.
Does not Color the Hair;
J. ( . AYSn OlMrtWT, Lrw
Where Do You Keep Your
Will and Valuable Papers?
After one has exercised due prudence nnd
care in making his will, as every property owner
should, and in selecting his executor so that his
requests will be carefully nnd strictly carried
through, the important question is n 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 fhJa rvirf it "
OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY.
Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00
"CREAM OF THE WHEAT"
Scld by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guar
antesd 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! Alsffcorn chops, wheat bran , etc.
C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson)
MOSE BARKETT, Agent
Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of
COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag
reminds you of your negligence.
Bon Air Lump Coal - - - $4.50
Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3.75
Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam
and Anthracite Coal, upon application.
Hickman Ice & Coal Co.
The Hickman Courier and the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat (twico-a-wcek)
Both ono year for $1-50
The Hickman Courier and the St.
Louis Republic (twico-a-week), both
one year for 11.40
The Hickman Courier and Mem
phis Commercial-Appeal (Weekly),
both one year for $1.25
The Hickman Courier and tho St.
Louis Globe-Democrat and Memphis
Commercial-Appeal three papers all
one year for 11.76
Tho Hickman Courier and Rural
Route Dally Republic, (to parties on
rural routes). A dally paper and a
weekly paper, both ono year for only
The Hickman Courier and Woman's
National Dally, both ono year for
Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's
Farm Journal, both ono year for only
Tho Hickman Courier and weekly
LouUvlllo Courier-Journal. Doth for
cao year for only 1-coi
Make the Farm More Attractive.
You can do this by installing a
telephone. You' can make the surrounding-
on your farm Just as at
tractive to your sons and daughters
as If you were living in tho heart of
a big city. Our excellent aorvlco and
attractive "Farmers' Lino" rates aru
not to bo compared with tho bendflta
derived. Call tho manager.
Cumberland Telephone &. Telegraph
A Woman of Some Weight.
A woman who weighed 448 pounds,
was burled at Kye. Suffolk. Eng., re
cently. The coffin was six and a half
feet long, three feet across, and two
feet deep, and was taken to tho cem
etery on a dray, being lowered Into
the grave by chains and pulleys.
FOR SALE: A nice resldenco, ono
block from Postotflco. Tho houao
has G rooms, two halla, and two qorch
ca; In good repair and a very desira
ble place. Call ,at this office.
: Gifr's JJinf
Kvery wlilno adds n wrlnklo.
Lira Is thrown nwny when It Is not
n llfo of lovo.
Thoso persons will bo remembered
who for others forgot themselves.
A womnn delights In speaking nc
qunlntnuro, especially when sho Is
permitted to do the speaking.
lie who Is falso to n present duty
breaks n thread In tho loom, nnd will
find n law when ho mny hnvo for
gotten Its cnuso.
I( you have found somcono who
knows how to scratch your back
Just whoro It Itches, you hnvo come
pretty near finding your ntflnlty.
llcfore repeating n bit of gossip It
would bo woll to ask ourselves three
questions: 1st, Is It true 7 2nd. Is
it kind 7 3rd, Is It necossnryT This
practlco would save many bitter mem
ories and regrets.
Looking back to the boya we've
seen succeed, wo now sen that they
aro boys ho wore eager to learn
and ready to mind. Don't puff your
boy up with his own Importance It
you wish him to bo anybody. Par
ents aro often to blamo for tho failuto
and dUgrnco of their children.
Never condemn your neighbor un
heard, howovvr many tho accusations
which may be preferred against him.
Every story has two ways of being
told, and Justlco requires thnt you
should hear the defense as well as
tho nccusatlon. llomembcr that the
malignity of enemies may place you
in a similar predicament.
The girl who Is tnado conscious
that her own gowns aro particularly
better or poorer than thoso of her
schoolmates, and who Is elated or de
pressed In consequences, Is growing
up with falso standards of life, and
cultivating the elements of pettiness
and unbapplness. Tho boy who Jud
ges nnd allows himself to bo Judged
by this test of clothing, pocket mon
ey, tho ability to command material
pleasures or Indulgences, Is develop
ing tho very elements to render him
over-reaching, over-bearing, and per
haps even dishonest, when ho goes
out Into llfo for himself.
Is there, "sunshine In our souls 7
Aro tho shutters closed Then open
them wide. Let tho light of God's
lovo flash forth upon tho drear night
of tho world'a sorrow and sin. A ra
diant countenanco, a voice of dlvino
melody with the ring of faith, hope
nnd lovo In It, will Inspire tho hope
less with hope, tho doubter with a
now trust, tho Joyless with Joy and
onerglzo tho lifeless. When tho soul
Is weary and tears llko mist htdo
heaven's blue, tho unveiled luminous
face Is an auUdoto for pessimism and
despair, and to the apt soul sltUng
In darkness and tho shadow of death,
It brings a inessago of tho larger, ful
ler, nobler life. Throw open tho shut
Do all tho good you can. Don't sit
down and weep and wall In sympathy
for other people's misfortunes, but
actively try to remedy them. What
Ieoplo most earnestly search for
they aro pretty Bure to find, and
happiness Is no exception to tho rulo
Cheerfulness Is a great conservator
of happiness and if you wish to bo
happy you must strive to be cheer
ful. Tho man who whistles at his
work and tho girl who sings at hers'
will live long and happily. If wo keep
our bodies healthy, our conscious
clear and our minds pure, cheerful
and contented and If wo find our
chief happiness In making others hap
py there can be llttlo doubt that we
shall lead a happy llfo.
There Is nothing more disgusting
to a truo gentleman than to seo a
girl flirting with every man or boy
she sees on tho streets or othor
public places In tho city. Don't do
It young lady unless you would have
n low estimate placed on your worth.
You may bo us puro as can be, but
your actions aro liable to to cause
you to bo undervalued. There Is no
thing moru admired by a gentleman
than a ulco, modest, well behaved
young ludy, and nothing more un
pleasant than to seo a young lady
act rudo and fast. If you uro ono
of tho many who participated in this
folly in Hickman, Oct. 20th, tnko it
to yourself asV lesson. Remomber
that honor Is moru priceless to a girl
than gold, and when onco down In
public estimation It Is very difficult
to rise agalu. A very trifling indis
cretion in word or act on tho part
of a young lady has caused her un
told mental anguish. Treat'ovoryone
you meet cordlully, but don't flirt
with any ono. You aro far hotter off
without tho notice or attention of
thoso attracted to you by such a
Mnkc your home comfort
able nnd 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
tho long Arm nnd talon fingers of tho
plutocracy aro scon and fell. Its sub
lime running surrounds us, Ha tools,
with tho word of Ood in Kit mouth nnd
the devil In Its heart, and breathing
platitudinous devotion to tho cause
of humanity whllo It seeks to tenr
Inwn our leaders nnd divide our coun
Right must win or the public dies.
There should bo harmony with all
true, earnest men, but not that kind
of hnrinony which Involves tho sac
rifice- of principles. Wo want pence,
but not the peaco of tho corpse, quiet
decay, silence, absence of motion, nnd
a bad smell. Honesty Is n great forro
If you giro It fair chance; but vllllnny
has throttled It to long that tho dis
tinctions between right nnd wrong)
between truth and falsehood, between
heaven nnd hell, hnvo almost dlsnp
Whal Do You Need ?
Dressers, plain and fancy
Rugs, Art Squarti
Cooks and Ranges
Rocking Chairs of all kinds
Stove Pipe, Stove Buckets
Window Class, all sixes
Trunks, all sizes
We carry, In addition to ourreg
ular stock, a large line of second
hand goods which are sold at ex
tremely low prices.
We Sell Furniture
For LESS MONEY
Than Any House in
Western Kentucky I
tWo give you a cordial invitation
to make your headquarters with us
on Taft's Day and all other days
Keep Up Courage
Don't bo discouraged If occasion
ally you slip down by tho way, and
others trend on you a llttlo. In other
words, don't let a failure dishearten
you; accidents will happen, mUcnlcu
latlou will BOtnutlmoH bo made, things
will turn out differently to our expec
tations, nnd wo may bo sufferers. It
Is worth while to romenibcr that for
tuno Is llku tho skies in tho month
of April, sometimes clear nnd favor
ublo, und tho man who never failed
may bo counted a myth, In fact audi
a man never lived and la never likely
to. All succcsb Is a series of ef
forts, in which, when closely viewed,
uro seen inoro or less failures. Tho
mountain is apt to overthrow tho hill,
but a hill is u reality nevertheless,
If you fall now and then don't ho
discouraged. Hoar in mind it is only
tho part and experiouco of ovory suc
cessful man, and tho most successful
men often have tho most failures.
Which Shall Rulef
Tho real Issue In our politics today
la whether the dollar or tho man
shall rulo this country, Tho battle is
raging in tho democratic and repub
lican party yes, right in our midst.
Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky.
W. A. Dodd. I'lalntlff, vs. IL A.
Craddock, Defendant; Kqulty.
lly virtue of a Judgment and order
of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rend
orcd at tho September term, there
of, 1909, In the nbovo cause, by agree
ment of tho partita heroin, I
shall proceed to' offer for sale at
tho Court llousq door in Hickman,
Ky., to tho highest bidder, at public
auction, on tho Slh day of November,
1909, at 2 o'clock p. in., or there
about (being County Court day), up
on a credit of six months tho follow
Ing property, to-wlt: l'arta of tho S
K. and 8. W. Qrs. of Hec. :o, T. 1,
It. C, W, containing 1C1 acres more
or less samo being tho tract of land
known as tho Gouley place nnd ly
Ing 103 poles on tho Dycrsburg lloai
and cxtondlng north 1C0 poles con
(sluing 103 acres moro or less, and
tho remaining 68 acres moro or loss
of tho tract hereby conveyed adjoins
on the wvit tho first described tract
couveyed by D. W, Dlckorson to Daisy
D. Overby. all lying nnd being in n
ton county, Kentucky, or sufficient
thereof to produce tho sums of money
so ordered to bo made. For tho pur
chase price, the purchaser, with bp
proved security or securities, must
execute llond, bearing legal Interest
from tho day of salo until paid, and
having Uie force and effect of a Judg
menl. Didders will be prepared to
comply promptly with thoso terms.
J. IL MILNEIt, Com
Fulton Circuit Court, Koutucky,
Tom Dillon, Jr., I'lalntlff, vs. liob
Chambers, Kt Al., boiundaut; Kqulty
Uy virtuo of a Judgment and order
of salo of Fulton Circuit Court, rund
ered at tho September term, thoru-
of, 1909 In tho abovo cause, for the
sum of ono hundred 1-100 dollars,
with Interest at tho rate of C per
cent, per annum until paid, and costs
boroln, 1 shall precd to offer for
salo at tho Court House door in Hick
man, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at
public auction, on tho sth day of
November, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
or thereabout (being County Court
day), upon a credit of six months,
tho following property, to-wit: Lots
Noa. 159, 1C0 and 1C1, all In block 3
is shown on tho plan or map of
Kaat Hickman, Fulton county, Ken
lucky, or sufficient thereof to pro-
duco tho sums of money so ordered
to bo mado. For tho purcbaso price,
tho purchaser, with approved securi
ty or securities, must execute llond
bearing legal Interest from tho day
of salo until paid, and having tho
force and effoct of a Judgment. Did
dcrs will be prepared to comply
promptly with thoso terms.
J- It. MILNEIt, Com.
Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky,
11. A. Tyler, I'lalntlff, vs. Jaraos
Clark, Et Al., Dofsmlant; Kqulty.
Ily virtuo of n Judgment pnd or
der ot salo of Fulton Circuit Court,
remleicd a( tho September term,
thereof, 1909 In tho abovo cause, for
tho sum ot seven hundred nnd eight
dollars (1708.00) with interest at tho
rato of C per cent, per annum until
paid, and costs heroin, 1 shall pro
ceed to offer for sale at tho Court
ilouso door in Hickman, Ky., to the
highest bidder, at public auction, on
tho 8th day ot November 1909, at 2
o'clock p. in., or thereabout ) being
County Court day), upon a credit of
six months, tho following described
proporty, towlt: Vic. Lot No. -10 and
tho cast 150 fcot of Vlo. lot No. 39
as Banio aro shown and designated
on tho plan or map of East Hickman,
Ky., or sufficient thereof to produce
tho sums of mouoy bo ordered to bo
mado. For tho purchaso price, tho
purchaser, with approved security or
securities, must oxecuto llond, bear
ing legal lntorcst from tho day ot sal
until paid, and having tho forco and
oftcct ot a Judgment. Didders will
bo prepared to comply promptly with
J. R. MILNEB, Com. I
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