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TEN PRETTY BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
KND TBW LOIS, ONLY!
IN BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN HEIGHTS ADDITION
When I sell ten more lots, the remainder Mil be taken off the market for one year. The rest of the lots will cost from 25 to 50
cent more than J ask for the next ten I sell. This us by odds the prettiest RESIDENCE PROPERTY in Hickman I P'r
' If You Want One of These Lots - - Now is the Time to Get Busy !
XDn Xj. TTSTaJJBLOx-
BRYAN $2,000 SHORT.
The 1'aducah Nows-Democrat of
Thursday morning, contains the fol
lowing: "Charged with embezzlement, O. A.
Bryan, until Wednesday morning the
trusted agent of the Underwood Type
writer Company, for Taducah nnd
Western Kentucky Is accused 'of be
lng a fugitive from Justice, and up
until early Thursday had successful
ly got by every net of police In Hop
klnsvllle, Ky., Clarksvllle, Tenn., and
other cities. According to M. K. Rob
erts, of Louisville, Ky., district man
ager of tho Underwood company Bry
an, who has made his headquarters in
Paducah for a year or two, has em
bezzled between $1,200 and 12.000."
Ho Is known In this city, having
been here on business several times.
A housewife who has a case of
PEPSOLINE In her pantry, Is never
caught "without a thing In the house"
when guests arrive unexpectedly. A
glass of this sparkling beverage serv
ed In thin glasses with a few wafers,
la decidedly tho "correct thing" now
Chancellor Cooper handed down nn
opinion on the demurrer in the casu
of the State against tho West Ten
nessee Lund Company Thursday, and
sustained tho bill In part and dismis
sed tho bill In part, holding tho Dob
erty grants valid and the Caldwell
grants valid, and that tbo lake was
not a navigable stream either In law
or In fact. Doth parties excepted and
30 days given to further plea.
Oont forget to renew your subscription.
MRS. DEN MOORE.
Mrs. Ben Moore, aged 28, died Fri
day morning at 2:30 o'clock at her
homo three miles north of, Crutchflcld
-She had been 111 only a few days of
pneumonia and her death was a great
shock to her family and friends.
The deceased was a daughter of tho
late John Hannon, a well known farm
cr. She. was born Aug. 11, 1S81.
Early In llfo sho professed her faith
In Christ and becarao Identified with
tho First Baptist church. As tele
phone central at Crutchflcld, Mrs.
Moore became acquainted with peo
ple all over the county and Iht death
Is a matter of general regret.
Burial took place at Bock Springs,
Take your produce to. C H. Moore.
L, GUILT OR INNOCENCE.
Under the new law the Juries of
Kentucky will no longer be called up
on to fix the term of punishment
and tbo only thing they will have to
consider will bo tho guilt or Inno
cence of the prisoner. The Judge
will Impose tho Indetcrmlnato sen
tence from the highest to the lowest
penalty provided by law. Tho time
served will depend on tbo action of
the convict while in prison. Ho can
not be paroled until ho has served
tho lowest term allowed by law, nor
kept In prison longer than the great
est term. It is in effect In many
states and works well wherever tried.
It prevents many hung Juries, gives
greater equality of punishment and
gives greater Incentives to the pris
oner to redeem his life. Cadiz Ilea
The Facts of
aALL on us and we will act the
facts clearly before you. We
will show you that clothes value
depends entirely upon the house
that makes the garments. 1
TV7E carry the INTERNA
W TIONAL TAILORING
line, because we know from prac
tical experience with it, as well as
with other lines, that we can give
better satisfaction to our patrons
by using it than they could other
YYE contend not merely that no
better clothes than the IN
TERNATIONAL can be made at
the same price, but we go even a
little farther and say that clothes
that are made from as good ma
terial and tailored with the same
care would cost in every instance
from 10 per cent to 20 per cent
yE have everybody beaten in
price; and no matter what
you may say, you can't get better
fitted, nor better styles, nor better
trimmings, or better workmanship
MILLET & ALEXANDER
MEN'S HEAD-TO-FOOT OUTFITTERS
LADIES WORK APRON.
Paris Pattern No. 2753. All Seams
Allowed. An attractive and service
able work apron I here Illustrated,
developed In plain-colored or figured
linen, Indian-head cotton, chambray.
plain, checked, figured or dotted ging
ham or denim. The long side-front
seams give a princess effect that Is
charming, and the straps cross In the
back, fastening with buttons and button-holes
on the shoulders. The round
neck and .wide armholes are bound
with a cbntrastlng material, as are the
pockets and lower edge of the apron,
This garment is easily slipped on and
off, and Is most simple la construc
tion, as It Is cut almost in straight
lines. The pattern la in 4 sites SX,
St, 40 and 44 Inches bust measure.
For 38 bust the apron requires 4H
yarda of material 27 Inches wide, or 3
yards 36 Inches wide; H yard of
contrasting material 37 Inches wide
NO. 2753. SIZE.,
TO WW ,
BTJUCCT AND NO
Lee Hobo, of near town, brought
two well preserved U. 8. Fractional
Currency bills to this offlco Satur
day. They aro of 10c and 25c denom
ination, and were commonly called
"hln-plasters." Mr. Rose has had
these bills for about 28 years. They
aro about r no-fourth tbo slzo of an
ordinary bill of today, but the print
ing was not nearly so well executed.
Their Bcarclty, however, makes them
a very Interesting relic.
Serve PEPSOLINE at luncheon or
dinner and delight everybody. It's
the finest domestic drink ever made.
Tbero was a young -lady named
Who slept wbllo the ship lay at
She awoku lu dismay
When she beard the mato say.
"Now hoist up tho top sheet and
Don't wait any longer to got that
poultry fence you need It NOW. Wo
have plenty of 1L Hickman Hdw,
The Columbus Herald, which sus
pended publication Fob. 1, has start
ed up again with tho same editor as
before Tom F, Jordan. The paper
Is now a 4-column quarto, owned by
tho Columbus Publishing Co,
Mrs. 8. M. Hubbard and Miss Char
lotte Hubbard are expected home noU
Sunday from an extended trip through
Old Mexico and other Southern points
S. L. Dodds, President of the Hickman Gun Club, who is boost
ing the big shoot in Hickmnn, June 13-14-15.
Our neighboring city of Charleston, I Coffee at night keeps you awake,
Mo, got back on tbo Ixrd'a ldt, t doetn's 1 1 7 Then drnlk a bottlt of
Saturday, by going Democratic In! PEPSOLINE Instead. It aids dlges
their city election. tlon while It tickles the palate.
daily diet hints
nr t. T J. AULS
STAROM NEEDS TH0R0UCH
COOKING, ALBUMEN NOT.
Cereal starch mutt be thar
ouohly cooked to make it iU
geitlble, but the m, cooking
coagulates the albumen which
Is an Important c. stltuent of
all cereal, making t lirceiyun.
assimilable. Fa iur. to rec-.
nlie the former fact hat prj
vonted the advocate, el the UM
of raw food from ays lng many
mlttaket, and full recognitor of
that fact hai led man to ofh
poie the uie of natural bod,
which has been found the eh.ef
neeetslty for recovery ln miny
caiet from terlout d gettvi md
other dliturbtncet. And fa.iure
to reeogniie the fact that albu
men coagulated by heat li large,
ly unaulmllable hai prevents
both factloni from agreement
which would be beneftc af to the
cauie of the natjrat curt cl dij.
eae In which d Heei p ay an
Important part B th ef thtte
Important truthi the ind git
blllty of uncooked cerral atarch
and the polionout character cl
roatted albumen have but
ICvfriKilL, IM, l) Jtw.pt, u. L .
District confrrrnfc f,,' 1 1 1 1
Dlatrlcl la now iti s-i, , -Tenn..
Hv. W iUr.i, ps c'
Methodlu Churrli hi, .i - a i
anrn. He tll rHuru o li kiaa.sa
unlay for hln pulpit KjnlJT T '
church here send up a kik I rrpui
For a cup that wi a 1 f r u$t
drink riverybodrs (offf for w.-1
by the best grocers ef H, kcaa
-Will Appear in-
-On Display and Sale-
We advise you strongly to come, for everybody
will want it.