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Tickling in the Throat
"Just a little tickling in the throat I" Is that what troubles
you? But it hangs on! Can't get rid of it! Home rem
cdics don't take hold. You need something stronger a
regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and soothing proper
ties of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. c. Ayer Co. . Loictll.MaT.
Constipation positively prevents Koodhcallli.
ilvcrliajfrcat preventive of disease. Ayer'sl'llls
SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES.
On Monday, JInrch 14, 1910, It bo
ins the first day of Iho April term of
the April term of tho Fulton County
Court, nt tho Court House door, In
Hickman, Ky., I will soli to tho high
est bidder for cash, for taxes duo tho
Statu and County of Fulton and cost
of salo for year 1909, tho following
doscrlbcd real estate assessed lu tho
mimes of tho following;
Ouo dollar added in each case for
Fulton Precinct (White)
Mrs. Annie Buttcrsworth, 3D acres
Und, value 42U, lax and Cost, sy.20.
JUrs. DulLu .duiouds, 1 town lot,
value fluuv, Tux and Cost, ?1U.
jack Hall. 1 lonu lot. value $100,
Tax and Cunt, J2.1)&.
j. v. iuridauu, 1 town lot, value
SW, Tux ana Cost, JJ.&U.
J ate llobeits una wue, 1 lawn lot,
value SlbUO, Tux and Cost, tla.bV.
A. 11. Hobvrbon, 1 towu lot, vuluo
Jsuy, Tax and Cost, VJ.20.
John Witt, 1 town lot, valuo JSUU,
Tux and Cost y.3U.
iilntord West, 1 towu lot, valuo
Tax and Cost, $0.15.
Lily sees Wright, 1 town lot, valuo
ii'oU, Tax and Cost, 5.05.
Fulton Precinct (Colored.)
il. Ilarksdale, 1 town lot, value
)1CU, Tax und Cost, $2.45.
Hiram Crawford, 1 town lot, valuo
Tax and Cost, f'JAti.
Thornton Cavltt, 1 town lot, value
iL'iO, Tux and Cost, $5.10.
Tom Lyons, 1 town lot, valuo $76,
Tax and Cost, $2.76.
Will Slarun, 1 town lot, valuo $200,
Tnx and Cost, $3."jU.
Mrs. Eliza 1'atterson, 1 town lot,
viUuo $200, Tax and Cost, $2.b0.
Tom ilogers, 1 town lot, value $200,
Tax and Cost, $3.90.
Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo 200,
Tax and Cost, $3.90.
Jno. Williams, 1 town lot, value
$i00, Tax and Cost, $2,76.
Lodgeton Precinct (Vhlte.)
A. O. Klmbro, 139 acres land, valuo
$2105, Tax and Cost, $32.30.
Lodgeton Precinct (Colored.)
Tom Patterson, 22 acres land, valuo
$330, Tax and Cost, $11.30.
Cayco Precinct (White.)
G. V. Tucker, 1 town lot, valuo
$C00, Tax and Cost, J8.C5.
Cayce Precinct ) Colored. (
Amos Bryant, 1 town lot, valuo $300
Tax and Cost, $5.C0.
John Miller, 1 town lot, value ,
Tax and Cost, $6.76.
Hickman Precinct (White.)
V. H. Baldrlge, 40 acres land, val
uo $360, Tax and Cost, $4.G5.
Joo Ballard, 1 town lot, value $500,
Tax and Cost, $8.96.
J. It. Brown, 1G town lots, valuo
$1410, Tax and Cost, $22.65.
A. V. Craddock, Co acres land, val
uo $620, Tax and Cost, $9.45.
W. O. Craddock, 40 acres land, val
uo $300, Tax and Cost $4.05.
Marvin Fllppln, 1 town lot, value
$500, Tax and Cost. $10.05.
Oscar Fowlks, N. 11., 17 acres land,
value $650, Tax and Cost, $7.60.
T. P. King, 75 acres land, valuo
$1235, Tax and Cost, $16.10.
H. I'. Lake, N. It., 40 acres land,
value $400, Tax and Cost $6.75.
Henry Smith, 1 town lot, valuo $75,
Tax and Cost $6.40.
Mrs. Salllo Williams, 22',. acres
laud, valuo $250, Tax and Cost. $6.70.
Mary Jane Wilson, 1 town lot, val
ue $700, Tax and cost, $10.65.
Hickman Precinct (Colored.)
Gus Uass Heirs, J. It. Brown, agt..
1 town lot, value $50, Tax and Cost
Hlchard Booker, 1 town lot, valuo
$75, Tax and Cost, $5.10.
COAL FOR GASH !
Trie mines have advanced the price on coal
25 cents per ton, which, as a rule, would nec
essitate our making the same advance in price
but we have decided to give our patrons the
advantage of this advance, maintaining the
same price of $4.50 per ton for Bon Air
Lump Coal, with a provisor that cash must ac
company the order or the coal sent C. O. D.
DONT ASK FOR CREDIT. EFFECTIVE AT ONCE.
HICKMAN ICE COAL COMPANY
Then why allow It to conllmic? An active
arc liver pills. What docs your doctor say
Mrs. Cnrollno Brown, 2 town lots,
value $150. Tax nml Cost, $3.
Amy Carter. 1 town lot, value, $2G0
Tax nml Cost, $4.
Henry Clnrk Estnto, 7 acres Innd,
valuo $300, Tax nnd Cost, $4. B0.
Jonnlo Clark, 2 town lot, valuo
$180.Tax anil Cost,, $2.76.
Nelson Clark, 2 town lots, valuo
$150, Tnx nnd Cost. $5.
Guy Erwln, 1 town lot, valuo $200,
Albert Fuqun, 1 town lot, valuo
$50. Tax and Cost. $2.75.
Ed Georgo, 1 town lot, vnlno $50.
Tax and Cost, $2.65.
C. II. Hnrlan. N. It., S0; ncros
land, value $290, Tax and Cost. $4.
Lon Linn, 1 town lot, value $200,
Joe Head. 1 town lot. vnluo $200.
Tax and Cost, $6.55.
A. O. Iloblnson, 1 town lot, valuo
$60. Tax and Cost. $3.60.
Collier Kopor, 1 town lot, valuo
$200. Tax and Cost. $3.90.
Wanton Tally, 2 town lots, valuo
$250, Tax nnd Cost. $6.06.
Nathan Tally. 2 town lots, 4 ncrca
land, vnluo $700. Tax and Cost $12.35
C. Torrlll 1 town lot, vnluo 1$50,
Tax and Cost $4.95.
Harry Watklns, 1 town lot, vnluo
$60. Tax and Cost, $3.85.
Henry Wntklns, 1 town lot, valuo
$50, Tax and Cost $3.S5.
llllllo Young, 1 town lot, valuo $200,
Tax and Cost, $3.90.
Pap Forrlll, 1 town lot, vnlno $50,
Tax and Cost, $4.75.
Mima Upsbaw, 50 acres lan.d value
$750, Tamnd Cost $10.50.
Sassafras Ridge Precinct.
V. J. Catcs. lMt acres land, valuo
$1575, Tax and Cost, $16.
Madrid Bend Precinct.
J. H. Adams, 252 acres land, .valuo
$4300, Tax and Cost, $47.
J. T. SEAT, Sheriff.
You Will Make No Mistake if You
Follow This Hickman Citizen's
Novor neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain In tho back, urin
ary disorders, dizziness and nervous
ness, it's time to- act and no time to
experiment. Theso are the symptoms
of kidney trouble, and you should
seek a romedy which Is known to
cure the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills Is tho remedy
to uso. No need to experiment It
has cured many stubborn cases in
Hickman. Follow tho ndvlrc of a
Hickman citizen nnd be cured your
It. J. Long, of Hickman, Ky.. says:
"Doan's Kidney Pills llvo up to tho
claims' mado for them and It Is a
pleasure for tno to glvo this remedy
my endorsement. Kidney trouble first
manifested Itself in my case by a
lame back and when I first nrose in
tho morning, the pain was vory se
vere. Thero 'was also a heavy feel
ing through my loins us though I
was bolnK dragged down by so much
lead. I tried several remedies, but
received no relief until I procured
Doan's Kidney l'llls at Helm & Kill
son's Drug Store. I began their use
and before tho contents of the ono
box had been taken, my trouble dlsap
pearcd. I shall never lose an oppor
tunity of speaking In favor of Doan's
For salo by all dealers. 1'rlco 50c.
Fostor-Mllburn Co., Huffalo. N. Y.,
sole agents for the United States.
Heinembcr tho name Doan's nnd
tuko no other.
MULES I MULES I
We have about 60 head of good
work mules, ranging from three to
eight years old, for sale. Also a fow
horses and good raarel. Will sell
either for cash or credit with good
J. F. A 8. L. Dodo's Co.
Allow no time to pass without
brightening some one's llfo. With
in five minutes' walk of you In Hick
man there In some one tragedy com
pared with which Shakespeare's King
Unr or Victor Hugo's Jean Valjeau
tins no power. Go out nnd brighten
somebody's llfo with n cheering word
or n smile or n flower. Tnke a good
book nnd rend n chapter to that old
blind man do up that dark nlloy
and make that Invalid woman laugh
with some good story. Go to that
house from which Hint child has been
taken by denth nnd tell the father
nnd mother whnt an esrnpo the babr
has had from tho winter of earth In
to tho springtime of heaven.
Young woman, llvo to make other
happy, nnd you will be happyl I.lvr
for yourself nnd you will be miser
able! Thero novor has been nn ex
reptlon to tho rule, thero never will
be nn exception to the rule.
Plan out your life on a big scale
whether you are a farmer's daughter
or u shepherdess among the hills, or
tho flattered pet of n drawing-room
filled with Mutuary nnd pictures nnd
bric-a-brac. Stop wjiere you tiro nnd
mnke a plan for your lifetime. Yon
rnntiot bo satisfied with n life of
frivolity and giggte nnd Induscrutlon
Trust the world nnd It will cheat you
If It does not destroy you. The lb
doubtable was the name of an on
emy's ship that Iird Nelson spared
twice from demolition, but thnt snni'
ship afterwnrd sent the ball that kill
ed him, and the world on which you
smile may aim at you Its dendllesi
Appreciate your mother while you
have her. It Is the almost universal
testimony of young women who hnv
lost mother thnt they did not realls.
what she was to them until after
her exit from this life. Indeed, moth
er Is in the appreciation of many a
young lady n hindrance The nintern
al Inspection Is often roiislderetl an
obstacle. Mother has So many no
tions about thnt which is proper and
thnt which Is Improper. It Is ns
founding how much more many girls
know nt eighteen than their mothers
Have you noticed how large num
ber of pontons with whom you stop
to havo a little chat, spetik of th
dark blotches of human nature ? W.
will not except the person of th
highest moral standing In tho com
munlty. Nine out of every ten per
sons, In n ten minutes' talk, will
bring up the defects In some one's
life, nnd one out of n hundred tuny
possibly startle you by speaking only
of the good thnt may be found In
most every Individual. Thero Is no
life without Its defects, neither with'
out Its excellencies, and what dlf
ferent coloring It would give In hu
inanity If the rulo was reversed to
what It now Is. 'And, render, It rests
with you and us to start the reform,
and with such a good start as we
may be able to glvo It. we are sure
It will be contagious If we persevere
For when neighbors speak naught of
III and only laud the good that Is
in us, we will not be far from that
glorious period denominated the great
For every llfo there Is a summit,
Happy aro they who gain It and sad
tho lot of those who faint and fnll
short in tho struggle. Short or long
to tho top, it can only bo scaled by
persistent climbing. There must bo
ambition to do and dare, or the prize
will not be secured.
Have you, lu the vigor of youth
begun the Journey T Already are
you tired and weary 7 Aro you rest
ing by tho way In slothful Indulgence,
hoping fur wings or sails to bear
you nloft without effort 7 Long be
fore manhood's prime you will miss
the top and go down hill Arouse
for another effort. At the base is
tho thorn, nt the summit the crown
There Is no escape from the one or
the other in tho life Journey Which
will you have, wealth or poverty, com
fort or squalor T Decldo In tho dew
of tho morning.
At high noon stand out n man on
tho peak of endeavor wearing your
Do nol we ull remember with pleas
ure tho dnys when "the others" were
out, or we, perhaps, not perfectly
well, and mother had us In her draw
lug-room, or work room, or look us
out for a llttlo walk alone Not
thnt we did not love to romp and
play. Not that we did not appro
elate to the full extent th picnics
nnd other family expeditions which
took place from time to time, but
thero was enjoyment of n very dif
ferent, deeper sort in those quiet
times with mother, the mm mbranre
of which has lasted half n life time
Thero Is a vory real danger that tho
mother of a largo family may never
fully come to know her children, and
gain that Influence over tlx in for
good Individually which Is so deslr-
ublo that every mother should have
We do not hesitate to say that It
Is absolutely impossible for a woman
to become the confident nnd friend
of her children unless she weekly--nay,
dally spend somo short time
alone with each. Only In this way
cuu each child feel tho security of
ins or tier ownership or that precious
mother. The stem realities of life
permit only short seasons of recrea
tion, and It Is only by planning Judl
clously the arrangements of time and
divisions of labor that a busy mother
cnu Insure u child his rightful por
tion of her company.
For u wonder. It Is now the fashion
for a woman to be as healthy us she
can. Fresh air U admitted to be u
good thing for the complexion No
ouo disputes that a girl who is un
Invalid can walk five miles a day
without Hying or fatigue and uu
hour's cunter on a good horse Is
recommended as u more helpful pas
time than lying abed or rending n
French novel. Tho now slylo for wo
men hns not nrrlved n bit too soon.
American women nro getting to bo
a worthless lot, sprightly enough In
intellect perhaps too sprightly but
painfully deficient In bodily develop
ment Hut they were entirely to
blame. legenomto man seemed to
like them that wny possibly because
In- wus In the same box himself To
the credit of woman, be It said that
she would rather ho roiitul-llinbcd,
strong of chest, fair of cheek nnd
bright of eye; nnd It Is n notable
fad that ns soon ns the rising main
generation took to athletics ntid
to bracing up gonerully, the girls
promptly followed the good exiimpl.
The great event In every young
man's life is his nwitkenlng. There
comes a time when he's aroused from
(he dreamy carelessness of boyhood
y the opening possibilities of llfo.
If he then drops Into Indifference nnd
begins life In nn easy, shiftless wny.
he fritters nwny his chalice. It he
lomos to ii deep, farnest puriwme to
be his best nnd to do his best, he
arrives enrly nt the highest rank
among equal lu business, profession
or trade. Knthuslnam leads him to
attempt the seemingly Impossible.
Knergy will achieve the marvelous.
Kffort will seize transcendent lender
ship In the chosen sphere These
forces In youth look forward, while
age looks bnckwnrd. They mnke
oiith radically venturesome, while
as becomes conservatively cautious
Youth may mnke mistakes, but Is do
ing something. Age lees nrtlve may
be less mistaken. It Is well for en
thuslnsm nnd energy to be guarded
by experience but not to be parnlyz
el by fear,
A girl who Is brought up to earn
her own living never will "Just set
tie down to nothing." She will un
derstnud the value of money, having
earned it. nnd ran give her husband
wise counsel and symiwthy In hi
business difficulties. She can take
entire charge of the money expend
ed for the house nnd do It lu such
a business-like wny that It wilt be
infinite satisfaction to her husband
She can earn a little something for
herself perhaps and nt least she will
have the comfort of knowing that
whatever happens she wilt fall on
her feel. If her husband dies she
will be able to do something toward
the support of herself and children
And we think n woman who ha
sense nnd Intelligence enough to he
seir-supiKirtlng Is always more re
sected by her husband nnd everyone
When young people go Into an en
gagemeut for life ns carelessly ns
tney go to n picnic. thy must ex
pect to pny for their folly with their
bitter experience With thousands, n
marriage engngomont I a matter of
boyish or girlish caprice. If wise
marriages nro "made In heaven
then the hnsty, loose, selfish sort
aro the handwork of tho devil.
A girl can bo Independent If she
cnooses and earn a comfortable liv
ing In many ways, and It Is not the
wort fortune In life to be born n
girl; not half as bad as It Is to be
married to a innn thnt you neither
love nor respect, and who makes you
a perfect slave to pander to his com
fort and humor his catirices. Think
well before you make your choice of
The Hickman Courier Realty Co
will offer In a short tlmo somo of th
prettiest building lota In Illckmn
Watch for tho announcement.
TRY A COURIER
The Cheapest advertising o
Medium I Read by
3,000 People Every Week o
COSTS ONLY ONE CENT
rtH WUHU PEH WEEK. O
"I would like in mlrfe
suffering women fo a sure
cure for female troubles,"
writes Airs. R. E. Mercer,
of Frozen Camp, W. Va.
I have found no med
icine equal to Cardul. I
had suffered for about
four years. Would have
headache for a week at a
time, until I would be
nearly crazy. I took Car
dul and now I never have
the headache any more."
Tht Woman's Tonics
The pains from which
many women suffer every
month are unnecessary.
It's not safe to trust to
strong drugs, right at the
ume oi tne pains.
Better to take Cardul
for a while, before and
after, to strengthen the
system and cure the cause.
u Tills Is the sensible,
the scientific, the right way.
LADIES' NINE-GORED SKIRT.
Paris Pattern No. 29H. All Scams
Allowed Perfectly plain, tho gore
shaped In to the figure Is this simple
model for a Knickerbocker skirt.
tuny be made In any of tho wathablq
materials, ns well ns In any of tho
Knrllsh worsteds, plain or striped mo
hairs or Panama cloth. Great care
should I to taken with the stitching, for
If this Is not dnne tho stylo of the car
ment will be completely lost Tho pal
tern Is In eight sites 23 to 30 Inches,
waist measure. For 36 waist the
skirt, made of miterlal with nap, re
quires 8V4 yards of material 20 Inches
wide, 7 yards 21 Inches wide, 4H
yards 3C Inches wide 4 yards i
Inches wide, or 3 yards 51 Inches
wide; without nap, Il nerds R yards 2
Inches wide. CVi yards 24 Inches wide,
IVt yards 3A Inrhrs wide, 3 yards 42
Inches wide, or 2T yards CI Inches
To procure this pattrm n1 19 esnts
In "I'aittrn iH-partmrnt," at this prr
Writ omi nml feMrru pltlnly, en J tx
urv to sive sua ana numtwr or I litre
NO. 2914. 8IZB
BTIUjnT AND NO
He Was i Cheap Man.
Tho poor man had Just saved the
billionaire from a watery grave.
The billionaire was not uncralrful,
lie ottered the poor man a dollar.
"No, thank you." replied the p. m
a', ho turned nway. "If lhn I what
you value your llfo at I'm sorry I
By vlrluo of an execution No. ISC
directed fo me, which Issued from
the Clerk's offlco of tho Fulton Clr-
cult Court, In favor of J. I). I.eech
against I). C. Coram, I, or ouo of my
deputies, will, on Monday, tho 14th
day of March 1910 between tho hour
of ten o clock a. in. and twelve o
clock m- nt the Court House door
Hickman. County of Fulton, ivy., ex
pose to PUUMC ,SAU: to the highest
bidder tho following property or so
much thereof ns may bo necossary
to satisfy the amount pf tbn I'laln
tiff s debt. Interest nml cost, to-wit
Part of Vicinity Ixtt No. 108, in
F.ast Hickman. Fulton County. Ky
ns follows: lleglnnliiR at a point 10
feet south of tho NW corner of lot
No. 10$. theneo South 247 feet to
stako near Dresden road, theneo
Kant 1C0 feet to a stake, theneo
North 247 feet to a stake, tboncu
West 160 feet, bclni: tho property
sold to I). C. Coruui by N. J. Coram
on tho sin iiny or Aug. tuoo, and ro
corded In 1). II. No. 24. Paso 41.
Also tho following track, beginning
nt a post on the lino between Vlcln
Ity Lots No. 107 and 10s, ISO feet
bast of tho NW corner of lt No
108, south 417 feet to a stake, tlurnce
Kast 14b reel to a staku, thence
north 447 feet to a Hue between lots
No 107 and HIS. theneo West 14
feet to beginning, recorded In D. H
No. 24, pago I1C. Bold subject to a
mortgago of about Soventccii Hun
dreti Dollars (J1700.)
Tho undivided Interest of V. C
Coram In about Eighty acres of land
conveyed to him and his wife. Mar
thn I). Co rum. by J. II. Pollock nnd
otrivrs and dated Aug. 31st. 1305, ami
recorded lu I). II. No. 24. Pago 4'J,
of the Fulton County Records, and
sold subject to a mortgago ou samu
and other land to tho amount of
lour Thousand Dollars and Interest
Levied upon as tho property of D.
TKK.M8: Salo will bo madu ou a
credit of six months, bond with up
proved security required, bearing In
tcrest at tho rnto of six per cunt
per milium from day of salo and hav
ing tho furco and effect of a Re
This Feb. 24h, 1910.
Sheriff Fulton Co. ivy.
I wish to niinouco that I now rep
resent (lony Ilros. Floral co., of Nash
vlllc, ami will appreciate any orders
given me. Can fill any nnd nil ord
ers promptly and assure you thnt
they will bo satisfactory. Will still
continue with Jacob Hchulz, Imis
vllle, and you have cholcu of tho two
places Frankyo Held.
No, C3. For tho man who wants a
small pleco of ground just outsldo
tho city, wo havo Just what ho wants.
Twenty-six (20) acres, on tho Dyers
burg road, Wi tulles from Illckmuu,
with good house, burn and outbuild
ings. For a limited tlmo only wo
havo tho price of $1000. 8uo us at
onco Courier Realty Co.
Tho COUIlIKit for the news.
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stock. If possible
Call nnd st inc
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Wc nrc Agrnti br the
They are corrp .- -3 't tf
been here I r'r .- i- T '
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Do it Noy
R. T. TYLER, Agent
I will mnke T arm ban
on lands locntcJ in Obion
nnd Wcnklcv Counbei,
Tcnn.. nnd in Pulton Coun
ty. Ky.,nt tlicwtc of 5 per
cent per nnnum on kw
of $2,000 or iire on nrst
clnss improved farms.
Forty per cent of the
full vlnuc of n farm will
loaned. Loans made on
t r fiftv acres of
farms ui .
more on five vrar.
of payins same after one
year in full or making any
8ize partial lament de
sired at intervals of
month, after one ye
from date of loan, imWj
U-: .lonned on partw
I Aimrnev-at Law'
I Union City,
IFam Loans !