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title: 'The Hickman courier. (Hickman, Ky.) 1859-current, April 14, 1910, Image 12',
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I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole
proprietor of the Coal business which formerly be
longed to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now
prepared to give you the best of service in this line.
I am now selling genuine
My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co.
Phone No. 48
Your orders nppreciated,whcther large or small.
A. A. FARIS
To the Public
wish to announce to our friends that we have
V opened a PLUMBING and TINNING estab
lishment, and solicit your patronage only on the mer
its of our work, guaranteeing satisfaction or the work
don't cost you a cent
We guarantee our plumbing to pass City Inspec
tion in every way. Our work is strictly sanitary
that's why we are sanitary plumbers.
Let Is Figure With You
And We'll Do Your Work
& Tinning Co.
J. Q. Adams,
E. W. Adams,
Sec. and Treas.
Go to any dealer in second
hand machines and ask for an
He will tell you that the Underwood will cott you more than any other
machine In hi shop
Because the Underwoods that come to him even after months of
wear are In almost perfect condition and as serviceable as new machines.
He will tell you too, that he can sell more Underwoods than ho can buy.
Every general dealer In Typewriters knows that the Underwood will
stand the wear and tear of every day business use better than any oth
er machine on the market.
Let us show you the reason for this and
you wll see why the Underwood Is
"The Machine You Will Eventually Buy."
THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc.
Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE
Try the Courier's Want Column-lc per word
I Qrier's $Zmt
Tlio gleeful laugh of happy children
Is the host homo music, and the
graceful figures tho bent statuary
Wo nr nil kings nml queen In the
cm (11 1' ntnl each babo Is n now mar
vel. n new miracle Tlio unaffected
lamentations when ho lifts up his
voire on high, or more benutlful, th
sobbing child the face, nil liquid grl C
as he tries to swallow his vexation
soften nil heart to pity, nnd to mlrtt
fill nnd clamorous compassion. Tin
small despot usk so little that all
reason nnd nil nature Is on h
aide. Ills Ignorance la more chnrniltiR
than nil knowledge, and lils little sins
more bewltchlUK thnn virtue, li s
flesh Is angel's flesh nil nllve.
A Perfect Wife.
She Is hnndsomc, but It Is n benu'v
arising not from feature, complexion
or from shape. She 1ms all three it.
a high degree, but It Is not by tin
she touches a heart; It Is all that
sweetness of temper, benevolence ir.
nocuiico nnd sensibility which a fa
can express that forms her benn'
She has a face that Just raises your
attention at first sight; It grows on
you every moment and you wonder if
did not moro than raise your alt. n
Hon at first. Her eyes have a mild
light, but they nwe when shn pleasts.
they command like n good man on' of
office, not by authority but by virtu
Her stature Is not tall; shu Is not
mado to bo tho admiration of evm
body, but tho happiness of one
She has all tho firmness that di
not excludo delicacy she has all
the softness that doea not Implr
weakness. Her voice Is a soft, lo
music, not formed to rule In public
assemblies, but to charm those who
can distinguish company from a
crowd; It has this advantage you
must come close to It to hear It. To
describe her body describes her mind
one is the transcript of the other
her understanding Is not shown to
tho variety of matter It exerts I to. If
on, but In tho goodness of tbochoie
It makes. She does not display It mi
touch In saying or doing things a
In avoiding such as sho ought not to
say or do. No person of so t w
years can know tho wQrld butter; no
person was never .less corrupted by
tho knowledge. Her politeness f'.ow
rather froth a natural disposition to
oblige than from any rules on tho
subject nnd therefore, never falls to
strlko tboso who understand good
breeding and thoso who do not She
has a steady nnd firm mind which
takes no more from the delicacy of
tho feuialo character than the soliu-
Ity of marble does from Its polish
and luster. Sho has virtues ns
make us value tho truly great of our
own sex. She has all tho winning
graces that muke us lovo even tho
faults wo see In tho ftcak and beau
tiful In her.
Courtesy In the Home.
It is to bo regretted that Individual
courtesy In tho household is at so
low an ebb. We treat our guests
with fuvor And bestow upon them u
cry mark of polite attention, but tho
mluuto they aro out of the bouse
wo slip back luto tbo old ruts, and
treat thoso about us with au Indif
ference that borders on contempt.
Not that this Is Intentional, rather It
la tho result of carelessness, a fatluro
to realize that "tho polite attentions,
"the little things," count bo much to
those wo lovo as to some outsider
who becomes a member of a family
for a day.
If one would bo a successful host
ooo should bo a successful parent or
brother or sister, and courtesy Is an
Inevitable requisite In both cases.
The homo llfo is u training for tho
larger llfo in which we meet other
men and discuss other Interests. If
at home wo learn to say "thank
you," aiid mean it wo will not forget
to say it to others at the proper
There Is ono form sacred In mem
orys' gallery, ono faco which time can
never erase. It Is that of our mother,
the dear, gentle, compassionate moth
er who loved us uro we knew what
love was, and taught us tlio right
ero wo knew the wrong Sho sung
us to Hleep In the innocence of child
hood and awoke us with loving klsseu
on tho bright mornings of long ugo,
Her oyes beumed with Joy as she
blessed uu at life's dawning and
Hlioko a tender farewell us tho llfo-
nun went down. Sho watched us to
school In the uumiuer nun and taught
lu our lesson by the wln'ry fireside
From ohlldhood's morn to manhood's
hour she was over at hand to sootho
and console and when at last wo
must go forth from tho old homo and
fireside, how tenderly uud affoctloii
utely she caressed us und kissed us
goodbye thuu waited and hoped uud
During Change of Life,
says Mrs. Clias. Barclay
Granltorlllp, VL "I was passing
through theChatigeof IJfonnilsurfercd
i rum nervousness
can truly mt th.it
pound has proved
of gold to mo, an It
restored my health
nnd strength. I
never forget to tell
mr friends what
Vegetable Compound has done for mo
during this trylntr tc
restoration to health means so much
to mo that for the sake of other Butter
ing women I am willing to make m
trouble tnihlto no you mar nuhllsl
this letter." Mits. Ciias. IlAitc LAY,
No other medicine for woman's Ills
has received such wide-spread and un
tmalltlcd endorsement Sa other med
Iclne we know of has such a record
of cures of female Ills ns has I.ydla Ji.
rinkham' Vegetable Comtwund.
Tor more than SO years it lias been
curing femalu complaints such ns
inflammation, ulceration, local weak
nesses, fibroid tumors. Irregularities.
txTlodic pains, backache, Indigestion
nnd nervons prostration, and it Is
unequalled for carrying women safely
inrougn me penou 01 cnango 01 uie.
It costs but little to try I.ydla U
Hnkhain's Vegetable Compound, and,
ns Mrs. BarclavH.tYs.lt Is "worth moun
tains of jrokl ' to sutlcrlng women.
prayed that nil would be well Krotu
first to last her love was the same-
It knew no bounds. With cheers for
the right, tears for tho wrong, she
was happy lu our Joys, sad In our
sorrows and sho washed nwny our -r
rors In tho flooded rivulets of the
soul. Her conscience was her guide
and her family her greatest Joy
She loved her home more than gilt
terlng fashion und sought honor In
tho consciousness of doing good.
Mid afflictions, trials and suffering
years, sho lived for n purpose that
we might succeed. Wo loved her ns
we lorcd no other and pleasant mem
orics cluster around her peaceful
grave She Is gone now the kind
heart has ceased lu tender murmur
Ings and tho voice so full of love
and sympathy Is hushed In the !
lenco of tho winding sheet, but float
Ing up before lis In the Infinite vast
wo seo a form radiant with the spl i
dor of noble virtues, pure nnd spot
less as tho now-fallen snow. It U
facing tho throne of tbo eternal right
and as It draws her to that beautl
ful realm, the glittering luster of
Heavenly sheen light up the view
and wo behold tho sacred form of our
laved and loving mother safo at last
In the peaceful home of the soul.
Mott's Nervine Pills
The great nerve and brain treat
raent for men and women, produces
strength and Vitality, builds up the
system and renows tho normal vigor
For sale by. druggists or by mall, II
per box, S boxes for &. Hickman
Drug Co., Incorporated.
When vou feel that vnu
can hardly drag through
your daily work, and are
tired, discouraged and
miserable, fake Cardui,
the woman's tonic.
Cardui is prepared for
the purpose of helping
women to regain their
strength and health.
Not bv dnnlnir with
strong drugs, but by the
genue, tonic action,
pure vegetable herbs
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. L N. Nicholson,
of Shook, Mb., writes:
Before I began to take
Cardui, I was- unable to
uu any worK. i nave
taken 5 bottles and have
Improved very muclu I
can do the. most of my
"I can't say too much
for Cardui, it lias done so
much for me."
Your druonM Bulla Por
aul Get a bottle today.
FIGHT FOR FORTUNE
New England Stirred by Ranch
man's Claim to Estate.
Daniel Disks Ruiiall of North Dakets
Says Ht Is Son and Hair to
State Senator's $1,006,000
lloaton, Mass. All New Knglsnd
was excited over the remarkabla casa
In Hast Cambrldso court, whero Dun
lei lllake Itussell, n westnrn ranch
man, sought to i.talill.h his Identity
ns the long-missing sou of former
Btatn Senator JDanlel II. Uuisell ol
Melrose, and heir to half tho 11,000,.
000 fortune the senator left to U'li
llntn C Itussell, who, tho claimant
says. Is his younger brother.
There Is a great difference of opln
Ion ns to the merits of the case, sum
Insisting that Itussell Is an Impostor,
trying to oMalu n share of the big
estate, while others declare that he
la really the son of tho late Senator
Itussell, nnd that his brother dare not
defend his suit In court.
Tho tilal developed new and Inter
eillng features at overy hearing.
The big ranchman from Dickinson,
X I)., was Identified by an old sweet
heart Hattte May Keith, and bashfully
admitted his boyhood liking for her,
to tho evident glen of his wife, who
wai an Interested listener nnd engaged
her husband'a old flame In animated
.mil long conversation during part of
the day t
lawyer Nasnn spent considerable
lima questioning Itussell as to how
ninny weddings he bad attended as
groomimsn prior to leaving tho town
or hts birth. Kvrry dctsll of his boy
hood In Metro was gone Into, and
the plaintiff was always ready with
answers, sometimes so ready and so
voluminous in uetaii as to confute his
A sensational nplaode .ctcurred In
court when lliunell face! Mrs Itoua
senn and three grown children from
Messina. N Y, who claimed him as
their long-lost son and brother The
ranchman was telling the nttomey for
William C Itussell, who, although
fighting the suit, remained out of the
state, how his boyhood home looked,
when thir ltdusaeaus cam Into the
courtroom. Lawyer Naaon paused
Thts liniment t.kM the p!lc.
temporary relief "
Here'i the Proof
Daniel Blahs Ruasell.
Suddenly he pointed at Mrs, Kousseau
nnd aakod sharply:
"Now, I aak you, Is not this lady
hero your mother?"
Huaaell regarded the woman care
fully and replied: "No, sir," appar
ently without the least hesitation or
effort In turn, he specifically denied
any relationship to the others of th
"Did you receive a lock of hair from
this woman?" asked counsel.
"Not as I know of,M snswered Ilus
sell. "I don't know who sent It to
At the suggestion of tho defense the
claimant drew a map of the floor plan
of the house where he claims he was
born Lawyer Nsson protested that
It was Incorrect Investigation estab
lished that Mr. Nsson was going fay
the house as It exists now, while Itus
sell had glvon correctly Its old-tlra
proportions and arrangement
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will
cure Illind, Weeding and Itching Piles
it absorbs the tumors, allsra Itchlnr
at occu, acta as a poultice, gives In
stant relief. Williams' Plls Ointment
is prepared for Plleg and Itchlug of
the private parte. Sold by druggists
mall SOo and SI. Williams' Mfg. Co.,
Props., Clevoland, Ohio.
Tho Courier's "Want Column" is
sure to find you a buyer. Costa lc
for each word. Try It
WJLLIAM8' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have you neglected, your kldnoyst
Have you overworked your norvous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pain
In lolus, sldo, back, groins and blad
der T Have you a flabby appearance
of tho face, especially under tbo eyes
Too frequent a desire to paiis urine?
If no, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure
you at Dnmlst, Prtas) Me.
Mr. J. I pi .
Ut " b..llM. , tjV.iI
I'tln 4 li.i. 3t '
has no equal as
remedy for Kheu
or any pam or
stiffness in the
muclcs or Jo:- ts.
. in. ,
Dr. Ear! S. Slug,
Wc arc Agents for the
in I lickmnn
They are ccTpjr ft hat Un
been here lor gtt than aryctj
er. Is your pr pert, mroftd?
It is too late hcn the shits
sounds to th.rlccf a peer
Do it NOW
K. T. 1YLTK, Agent
SHAKE IT OFF.
dens. A Hickman Citlien thm
Don't bear um.cts-n turJca.
Oct rid of them
Doan'a Kidney Pills euro M
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Cure every form of kjdncy
Lots of local indorse Beat to P
Hueo Pcthe. of MV rf
Hickman, Ky., saya i -
too much lu fa.or of Doani
Pill Vnr uniiiu 1.EB I uit -
backache and often u fcit w "
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