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Courier Want Column
H.VTKS One Cent per Word per Week
Cash In AUtnnre.
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FOR SALE Good Timothy Hay.
A. H. Leet.
MULES AND AEROPLANE.
The Old and the New In Army
Life Are Seen t San Antonio.
Good uillk cows. V.
FOR SALE: Good mixed hay.
Paul Shaw, State Line. 44tf
FOR RENT: 3 nlco rooms. A. J.
Wright, Harness Shop.
FOR SALE: Good buggy and set
of harness cheap. Lee Rose ip
V. J. Barry will put new rubber
tires on your buggy. Call at his res
idence. FOR RENT Nice 7-room resi
dence In East Hickman. See Miss
Jessie Outten. tfc
WANTED: Three or four small
pigs and some chickens. I). S. Elliott
nt Hickman Job Shop.
FOR SALE or EXCHANGE for a
work mule,-a No. 1 brood raaro with
filly colt. J. M. Linn, Stato Lino. 2p
FOR SALE: Three Red Polled
Thoroughbred Reglstorod Hull calves.
Dodds & Dollow, 2 miles east of
WANTED: Painting of all kinds,
30 years oxporionce. Will furnish
Collier's lead at I7.G0 and linseed oil
nt 1, on short notice. Phone 32-3, or
nddress M. N. Collins, Hickman, R 3
$50 WILL BUY lot No. 7 In Henry
Addition, It taken this month. This
flection Is building up faster than any
other part of Hickman, and lot 7 la
on the street containing the largest
number of homes. Inquire at this
FOR SALE: Beautiful home on th
hill, desirable locality, splendid neigh
borhood, no dust, large lot 75x160, In
cluding garden and chicken yard and
out houses, also orchard. IIouso has
7 rooms, 1 hall and three porches,
in first class repair. A bargain for
the price. Apply at this office, tf
National Troubadours Friday night.
Benefit M. E. Church.
Miss Belle Morcer, of Jackson, was
he guest of Mrs. Alice Am berg first
of the week.
Great preparations are being made
.n Fulton to entertain the Southwest
Kentucky Association of Odd Fel
lows which meets there April 2C.
Essay on Mice.
A Fulton county schoolboy . Instruct
ed by his teacher to write nn say on
the mouse, turned in the following.
"The mous are n dwarf rat He are
the only anlnillo that can make a
lazle girl entergetlck. the mousnre a
great Jokur for he will naw n carpet
at nito Just to get cranky old folks to
throw shuus and things where he ain't
He has a velvet coat and is good fer
eats Tllie mous plnyz when the cat
are away. Nnlchur gives the mous a
tale so's kids cud tye strings to It and
swing ded ones around their heds
A ded mous is gud to putt ou yer si"
ter's neck to hear her holler Ciil
neesomen eats the mous but w
don't, fatlior says he hatei the mous
whenn it runs up his pant leggs
Father had one to do thet once and
when he cussed mother ed he nocktl
on the door of h .1 no ho nocked on
the mous with a club. Kz fer the dor
I ain't able to say.
Please Read These Two Letters.
The following letter from Jlrs. Orvillo IJock m ill provo linw unwise
it is for women to submit to the dnngers of a surgical ojh; ration w lien it
may bo avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Gbmiiound.
She was four weeks in tho hospital and cumo Iiomu Buffering
worse than before. Then after all that fiuU'ering Lydia E. l'ink
hain'a Vegetable- Compound restored her health.
1IKUE IS HER OWN" STATI3MKNT.
Paw Pnw, Mich. "Two years nno I suffered,
very severely with a displacement I could not
bo on my feet for a lonjr time. 3Iy physician
treated mo for several iiiouth.s without much re
lief, and at last sent mo to Ami Arbor for an op
eration. I was there four weeks and canio homo
stif ferine worso than before. Illy mother ad
vised mo to try Lydia JB. IMnkham'H Vegetable
Compound, and I did. To-day I am well and
strong and do all my own housework. I owe my
health to Lydia 11. IMnkbain's Vegetable Com
pound and adviso every woman who Isallllcted
with any femalo complaint to try it." Mrs.
Orvillo Jtock, It. It. No. C, Paw Paw, Mich.
"There never was a worso case."
Itockport, Ind. "There never was a worso caso of woman's
ills than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered.
For over two years I was not nblo to do anything. I was in bed
for anion tli and tho doctor said nothing but an operation would
euro me. My father suggested Lydia U. Pinkham's Vcgetablo
Compound; so to please him I took it, and I improved wonder
fully, so I am able to travel, rldo horseback, taku long rides and
never feel any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suffering
women to givo Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial
before submitting to an operation." Mrs. Margaret Meredith.
It. F. D. No. 3, Itockport, Jnd.
Wo will pay a handsome reward to any person who will provo to
us that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of
theso women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tho
letters are published without their permission, or that tho original
letter from each did not coino to us entirely unsolicited.
For 30 years Lydia Tl. Pinkham's Vcgetablo
Compound lias been tho standard remedy for
femalo Ills. No sick woman docs justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
bsHaMrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
WW to write her for advice. She has
folded thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Pinkham, .Lynn, Mass.
No Matter What Style of Structure li
Used Plenty of Sunthlne It Quite
01y Vf. M KEM.ET)
Whatever stylo of poultry house Is
used, we find It highly essential that
one sldo bo well supplied with win
dows so that plenty of light and sun
shine reach the corners of tho build
Ing With no place but open trees for
the flock and the mercury down pretj
ty low, tho fountain of eggs will be
completely frozon up At all times,
when they are kept InRlde, give the
birds fresh earth occasionally In order
that they mny replenish their grind
Ing organs with pebbles They should
also have dust to dust themselves tn
and bo fed meat In some form, cither
cut bono and meat scraps from some
nearby market, or purchased animal
foods A boiled liver from a butcher,
cut up fine, is excellent A little
chopped cabbage or mashed vegetable
food with ground bones, crushod
oyster shell, etc, will complcto u diet
that should produce excellent results
Feed regularly every morning and
tho bens will bo found waiting for
their breakfast. Hot buckwheat cakes
and table scraps with a drink of skim
milk occasionally make one of tho
best balanced rations that can be
found for a few hens It is my opin
ion that the fact that a few hens pro
duce bottor results than a largo num
ber Is due In a measure to table
scraps forming a large proportion of
HENS CANNOT FEED VERMIN
Best Results Cannot De Expected If
Pullets Not Furnished With Com
(Dr a O WEATHEJ18TONE.)
No use to expect the best results in
the matter of laying If you allow your
pulleta to stay In dirty winter quar
ters. Get busy with the white-wash
brush and the kerosene spray and
clean, clean, clean. Not only Inside
the house, but the premises all
It you have 60 pulleta for your lay
mg Duncn it will take about two
hours to dust them and time cannot
be bettor spent. Lot one person hold
the pullets by the legs while the other
fires Persian insect powder Into the
feathers with a powder gun (let It
under the wings, around the head,
neck and every place where the
feathers are soft and fine, for there is
where the mites and lice love to cud
dle and feast.
Referring to the use of the koro.
sene spray, fill the roosts and all the
cracks around the nosts and roofing
with It, for It Is there the pestiferous
mites hide. You know body llco re
main on the fowls all the time, but
tho mites seek the roosts and cracks
for moments of seclusion.
PARROT SCARES AWAY RATS
Washington Poultry Raiser Adopts
unique Dut Effective Plan to Drive
Away Hawks and Rodents.
A poultry farmer living in Washing
ton has savor al parrots on his ranch
as policemen to drive away hawks
and rats. The parrots aro tn deadly
fear of tho hawks and rats, and when
Chasing the Rats.
one appears begin to screech and yell.
"Got out, get out!" The rnts had al
most broken up the poultryman's bus
iness when tho parrot Idea struck him,
slnco when ho says ho has bad no
m kR CffiinCKSi
To Insure 8uccess.
As In every othor line of endoavor
succoss In tho poultry business de
pends upon the Individual. No ono
who Is shiftless and Indifferent will
find the raising of chickens profitable.
It Is a business which requires not
only tact, but porseverenco and per
sistence. There Is much moro to do
than simply gather up tho eggs after
the hens lay them, and whon some
persons find by experience that con
siderable work of a systematic kind
is nocossary they give up.
In proscriptions wo givo tho high
est quality and chargo tho lowest pos
sible prlco. Hickman Drug Co.
J 11 Nelson orders tho
sent to his sister, Mrs E J
at Memphis, Ten a.
We have on hand several HOOSIER
AND BLACK HAWK Double Row Corn
Planters, also CULTIVATORS, both in
disc and shovel, that some one will
get mighty cheap.
We are going to move them and
you had better see us at once if you are
wanting any of the above g-oods.
These are all
and repairs will be easy to get at any
HICKMAN HDW. CO.