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FllIDAY, MAY 31, 1901. RUI.r.S FOR tOURESPOXDENTS . Hrrviiy m 8iiin:y constitute tlie true qualifies. tiou ot n f.nn L'jriTMiu irl.'iil, ttnl the want of eitli eroric Uoly imtiairit his tlu.iei'y. Corrcsponii.-iits shouM b-.ir in mind thnt the Con- riff wains the nm Ir-'tn nil parts uf ilie county, am. every rtaner siiouhl i"M enuuyH I t.rct in the sue ccs of our news cuUimiia to cniibiilute himself a cor- respui.il-.mt Ion ciioiikIi to give ui th imporant e- niis ui ins or ncr vicinity. nitittet lias been edited and conform to the style uf Keau me Louncr caretully, ami observe how your the paper All kjoiI iicins are acceptable, but don't consider it a psisoii.il nifront if some of your items re left out. NO l'ART OK AN V communication u t KR inserted when the writer fails to give their true name. You should send all unusual happenings, includ ing marriages, births, deaths and removals to or Iroin other sections. In reporting deaths live full name, PLAINLY WKlTffc'N, of party, ag,e and hai church a member of. Lengthy obituaries not wanted except when paid for. Ho not eive vour o- pinion on any subject until yon have previously ob- lainea tne publisher's content or request to do so. SUBSCRIBERS like to send it into every household in Hardin coun i ce tyand keep all net. but it is not ur intention to force the Courier on any one. Those now receiv ing the paper who do nor want it will confer a favor by notifying us so we can divert it into a family that would like to have tt. And especially would we be giaa to ston it wnere tne parties know ttiey will nev er pay for it. When you find a blue mark about the lower part of this paragraph it indicates that your time is out, Ifitisared mark it notifies you that you are due this office Si.ooormore and that we would like to bear.from you. Biliousness is a condition char acterized by a disturbance of the digestive organs. The stomach is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels constipated. There is a lvitiinrr rf fnn.l iininn in thA bowels, dizziness, ccated tongue and vomiting, first ot the nnrii- gested or partly digested food and then of bile. Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy appetite, '1 hey also tone up the liver to a neaiuiv action aim rcjnumc lue Kit itrnl a IVr 4 It a in on l v ri il at cm vuui ioi in luviu aut juu v i ...itk the result. For sale by J. K. Barlow. There mav be truth in the wine bottle, but it is the kind that should not be nncorked. Knightsville, Ind., April 22, '08. Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. Gentlemen: I have been sell' ing Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ever since it was first introduced to the trade. It is the best seller I ever had on my shelves aud gives the best satisfaction to my customers of anything I ever of fered them. Where I sell it once tliav mpQi'Mh p rptnrii tfir mnrp. As a laxative or as a physic it is nar esflpllcncp. the most nleasant and satisfactory preparation 1 have ever sold. Yours, etc., O. II. Came. Sold by J. K. Barlow. Tho individual who nates man kind in general is a close student of his own nature. A tranii) stole a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Hvrni) Pepsin. When he appeared in court he explained that he saw in the advertisement that it was "easy to take" so he took it. ''Discharged," said the iudge. I will go and take some myself. It is easy to take and is n nerfect laxative. Sold by J- K. Barlow. It is a woman's daty to set a good example after woman. -for man follows Our little girl was unconscious from strungulattou during a sud den and terrible attact of croup, I nuickly secured a bottle of One Minute Counh Cure eiving her three doses. The -croupe was mastered and our little darling sneedilv recovered. So writes A. L: SafTojd. Chester, Mich. J. K. Bailow. Alwavs nut off till to-morrow the revenue yon could accom plish today. Try the new remedy for costi venesR, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every guaranteed. Price, 25e. sale by J. K. Barlow. box For Never put off till to-morrow the creditor you can put oJfor thirty days. You are vinch more liable to diseat-e when vour liver and bow- rls do not net properly. DeWitt's Little Early risers remove the cansc of dlsoa9e. J. K. Barlow. (Continued from page 1) , vpp mi! jver look in sunlight of (iou'a ;teri.al smiles, where there will bo no more heart aches or go d byes. We b.i.v to the divine will, knowing thnt he docth all things well, n ml thai our loss is her eternal gain. No cne who has not had the trial of giving np a father, mother wife, husbnud, children, brother or sister has not the faintest idea how very sad it is and how heavy it makes the heart and little life seems to be worth living without them. But wo should remember there are others left for us to live for and that Jesus has promised to bo with us even unto the end. Pickwick, Tenu , May 27. Dr. Ilobt. J. Sevier. After nn illness lasting for many months Dr. Sevier died Friday May 24, and was buried in Savan nah on Sunday May, 20. He was 39 years of age at the time of his death; a wife and two small eons BlirVlVO him. HO WB6 UOm at Old Towu and received his educa tionol training from private tutors and in the schools of Ilardm county. He received the appoint ment at West Point and made a good record while there, but bis health fAiyn)e he returned to his ... . l medicine ana took ins course m Louisville, Ky. After his gradua tion he settled in this county and began the practice of his profes sion. He gave promise of becom ing one of the finest physicians in this part of the State, but failure of health again came to him, and he continued upon a decline from .... .... which he never rallied, lie was a man of bright intellect, tender and high principle. lie had joined the Methodist church when a boy and though for some years he failed to live a christian life, be gave assurance ere the cal1 cnmo tUat he lmtl re turned to the paths of taith and peace. He was buried with the service of the Methodist church and the K. of P. fraternity, to which he belonged. Thii signature la on every box ot the gonulne Laxative liroraoUi!inme Tiieu the remedy that rnrci n colli tn one.tloj Some Proposed Reforms. A Texas legislator proposes that a man shall be justmed in killing anyone who slanders his wife or any of his female relatives a Nebraska legislator proposes to have the State loan money to rarm ers at C per cent interest, secured by a lien on their crops; a JSeva da ReDresentative wants tn State to help develop minin property: at Albany a statesma nronoses to reculate by lawthe number of oysters which each ... . stew is to contain not exempt incr church socials another has introduced a bill to say how larg or small book and newspape tvno shall be and how much it shall be leaded. flew xorn ner aid. Skin affections will readily dis anear bv using DeWitt's Witch Ilazle Salve. Look out Tor couu terfeits. If you get De Witt's von will get good results. It is the quick aud positive cure for piles. J. K. Barlow. Where there's a will there's al- way8 ft lot of lawyers to be found. Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook, N. O. says he suffered with piles fifteen years. He tried many remedies with no result mi til lie lined DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him. J. K. Barlow. am'We Launder all things Laundry called for and delivered every week . M. WILLIAMS, Agt. OASTOllIA. Ben th inB MHO lull hp.wj Aiwaf : coup Western Rates Reduced. Greatly reduced one-way rates will be in effect from Chicago via the Wisconsin Oenteral Eailway to points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho. Oregon, Washington, British Columbia each Tuesday, commencing Feb nary 12th and continuing until April 30th. For detailed information in quire of nearest ticket agent, or address. T. D. Campbell, D. P. A. W. C. Ey., 42 Carew Building, Cincin- ati, O., or Jas C. Pond, Gen'l Passenger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Little doctor's kook tells about r AndToNic Pellets. Only Modern Cure for Constipation. n!!lonnne and liver Troubles. Frco at uay etoro. For sale by J. K. Barlow. Variety may be the spice of life, but most men seem to prefer cloves. You know what you are taking. When you take Grove's Taste lees Chill Tonic because the form ula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply iron aud quinine in a tusteles.s form, No cure no pay. Price 5oc. Good humor is tho blue sky in which the stars of tallent brightly shine. DeWitt's Little Early Itisers serch the remotest parts of the bowels and remove the impuri lies speedily with no discomfort They are famous for their effica cy. Easy to take, never gripe. J. K. Barlow. The victims of a quack doctor should get together and duck him. Tor a stiff neck thero is nothing better than a free application ot Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Jt quickly relieves i he stiffness and soreness effecting a complete cure. For Bale by J . K. Barlow. on fi vwue HMii ,m-M TTfTTTll rTr" "fl 1 I I il IV An exceeding timely and read I able article appears in the Maga zine Number of The Outlook, which is its Annual Recreation Number, from the pen of Mr. Gus tav Kobbe, on "The Country Club aud Its Influence Upon American Social Life." Pictures or tho Ex moor Club, of Chicago, the Atlan tic City Country Club, tho Beaver Meadow Club, of Concord, and of many other clubhouses, East and West, illustrate the article which gives a most interesting account of many typical country clubs and their healthful influence. ($3 a year. The Outlook Company, 287 Fourth Avenue, New York.) Dyspepsia Cure Dioests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature Id strennthenlnK and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is the latestdiscovereddlgcst ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache, Oastralgla.Crampsanq all other results of Imperfect digestion. Price 50c. nflH. trgeslzecoritalDs2K timet smU ill. Book all about dyspepsia mailed free Prepared ty E. C. DeWITT A CO.. Crjieag J. K. Barlow STEAMBOATS . ST. LOUIS & TENN. RIVER PACKET GO, Will have one of their Elegant Steamers leave St. Louis every Wednesday nnd Saturday at 5 o'clock p. in., for all points on Ten nesseo Itiver to Sheffield and Flor ence, Ala. Every Tuesday and Friday at 5 p. tn., for all points on Mississippi Itiver to Helena, Ark. One of their Steamers will leave Paducah, Ky., for Florence, Ala., and nil way landings every Wed nesday and Saturday at 5 p. in,, and tho U. S. Mail Steamer W. J. CUMMINS will leave Danville, Tenn., for Sa vannah, Tenn., and all way land ing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings. Freight und Passengers handled for all points in the United States and through Bills of Laden Issued from liiver Landings' to all points North, South. East and West. Prompt and efficient attentiou guaranteed. For further information please call on or address T. S. HUGHES, Gen. Agt., Clifton, Tennessee. S. K. HALE, D. F. A.,Paducah, Ky. S. T. KAVANAUGH, D. F. A., Mem phis, Tenn. JOHN E. MASSENGALE, Traffic Mgr., St. Lonl9, Mo. well. -""'7, . (J Non-Resident Notice. V. G. Telty vs. Andrew Massey et nls. In tlieLounty Uourt at aavannan, serines see. In this cause it appearing from the bill which is sworn to, that the following named defendants are non-residents ot the btate, to wit: Andrew Massey and wife Sally Mas sey, David N.artin and wife Kansas Martin, Alvis Tilfihman, Hunk Tilghman, Polk TilRhman, Wiles Tilghman, Arthur Tiltjh man, Gube Tilghman, 1'atsey Tilghman and the unknown heirs of General Tilghman, whose names cannot be ascertained although diligent inquiry has been made, said un known heirs being owners of an interest in a two hundred acree trad of land lying in the old fifteenth civil district of Hardin county, Tennessee, owned by G. W, Tilgh man at his death under a deed from V. G. Petty, recorded in the Register's office of Hardin County, Tennessee, in Deed Book "A A" Pages 500 and 501, all of said defen dants are therefore hereby required to ap pear on or before the first Monday in July next before said County Court at the court house in Savannah, Tenn., and make de fense to the bill tiled against them in said court by V. G. Petty or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Savannah Courier. This May 23, 1901. A. A. WATSON, Cleik. Change of Firm. To the Patrons of The Padncah Stock Yards: I wish to crpress many thanks to our friends and patrons on Tennessee' liiver who have bo generously contributed to the business of the Paducah Stock Yards since its establishment Ave years ago. I certainly have a warm feeling of gratitude to you, and am confident that I also ex press the appreciation that my husband and sou would feel if living. I have leased tho yards to Mr. A. S. Thompson, with whom some of you are personally acquainted, and known to a good many others by reputatio 1. I wish to bespeak for Mr. Thomp son the same liberal patronage as heretofore given us before the the business changed hands. The style of the new firm will be the Thompson Stock Yards, Succes sors to W. P. Baruhill & Sou. Again thanking you I am Very Truly, Mrs. W. P. Barnhill. Cures Blood and Skin TroubleH. Is your blood pure? Are you sure of it! Do cuts or scratches heal, slowly! Does your skin itch or burn! Have you Pimples! EruptionT Aching bones or back Eczema! Old Sores! Boils! Scrofula! Rheumatism? Foul Breath! Catarrh? Are you pale? Then B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm") will purity your blood, heal every sore nnd give a clear, smooth, healthy skin. Deep-seated sorses like ulcers, cancers eat ing sores, painful swelling blood poison are quickly cured by Bot anic Blood Balm. Cures when al else fails. Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Drug stores $1 per large bottle. 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