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49 in everyday and is being opened up and arranged for your inspection as soon as possible.
Our entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Ladies and Men's Shoes, Boys !
2& Girls and Childrens Shoes, Ladies fine Dress Goods, is every whit, new. Nothing old or t$
z& shelf-worn in our entire stock and our stock will show it. No nicer stock ever opened 5
& for inspection than the one to be seen at our store- 2
ZSl Pav our store a visit as soon as nossihle and von vuiU apreft with us that our Stock
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sgl crease our trade and to do this we have bought this immense and stock for you to 3
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21 Hoping to see you in our store soon and that you vvisl fce pleased with the selection
we have made for you as one of our eostoniers, we are. YOURS TRULY,
HI III M TOBACCO GROWERS
Differences between the American
Society of Equity and the Burley
Tobacco Society vvere settled last
night and oulyone pool of the Burley
tobacco will be made in Kentucky.
It is said this will mean millions of
dollars to the tobacco growers of the
Twenty-five feet distant from the
building where the best of Kentucky's
chiet product tobacco was exhibited
the btate Tuion Board of the
American Society of Equity and the
American Society of Equity, Department
of Tobacco Growers, following
a joint meeting of the two bodies,
held at the State Fair grounds, officially
adopted the pledge of the Burley
Tobacco Society by ratifying the
agreement mte btween Senator J
Campbell Cantrill, the president of
the State Union Board of the American
Society of Equity, and the Burley
This followed an earnest appeal by
Senator Cantrill, urgiog the soriety
not to form a pool of its own, as two
pools in the Burley belt would mean a
failure and with only one in the field
its success fas assured. C. 0.
Drayton, of Greenville, III., national
president of the American Society of
Equity, and M. F. Sharp, of Bowling
Green. ice president of the Society
and Dr. C. F, Crecehu. of
Falmon'K Kv., h nienber of the
Bur!-y Tobacco Society who acted as
an arbitrator between the societies,
attended the meeting.
Flood of Money For Kentucky,
The action of the tobacco growers
yesterday afternoon means fifty million
dollars to the producer?, accod
ing to Garrett M. Wand, editor of
the Equity Farm Journal, the national
organ of the American Society
of Equity. He added that the out.
put will be increased to $100,000 000
and the growers wil receive double
tbe price for the tobacco now that
the success of one pool is assured.
Beiane of a pledge of their own,
the A. S. of E. Department of Tobacco
Growers, did not officially
the pioling of the Burley
Tobacco Society until yesterday afternoon.
Clarence LeBus, president
of the Burley Tobacco Society,
did not attend the meeting at the
State Fair yesterday.
It was Equity day and tobacco
grower? from every part of the State
were in attendance. Several speeches
had been planned, but these were
declared off and it was decided to
hold a joint meeting of both organizations.
This meeting was held to the north
ot the horticultural exhibit in the
The advisability of placing two
pools in the Burley district was
then discussed. Senator Cantrill
put up a strong plea, urging tho
growers to accept the agreement
of the Burley Tobacco Society.
Two Pools Wouldn'tDo.
President E. L. Davenport, "of
Cisney, Ky., of tho A. S. of E. Department
of the Tobacco Growers,
stated that he agreed with Senator
Cantrill that two pools wouldn't be
successful, but asked the Bnrley
growers to grant one more concession
atid ; ''"iance to
th American pc!'v ot L"' rty.
After a len'.'ilv di:'f"i the
I joint meeting adjourned.
Members of the State Union Board
of the American Society of Equity
withdrew to a secluded spot of shrubbery
at the wst end of the State Fair
grounds after the meeting waB over.
When they returned they instructed
the secretary to make public the
following official report of the
Official Report of Meeting
. "LnuUvillp, Kv., Sept. 17 Th
Kentucky tate Union, A. S. E.,
met pursuant to a previous call by
President Cantrill. The following
member wer present; Pboi. fi.
Barrett, of Henderson; Ben Watson,
of Dixon; J. H. McConnell, of
Princeton, and G. M. McMullen, of
Butler, Ky. Geo. C. Davis was absent.
President Cantrell called the
meeting to order, after which Mr.
McConnell moved that wc reratify
the action of Mr. Cantrill in accepting
certain proposition as offered by
the Burley Tobacco Society at Winchester,
Ky., Augu&t, 10, and which
had been formerly ratified by the
State Board of A. S. of E. in session
"Be it resolved, that Secretary,
S. B. Robertson be and is hereby
instructed to officially notify each
local union of A. fc. of E. in the
State of Kentucky of the action as
set forth in the first motion aud in
a circular letter urge all members all !
members of the American Society of
Equity to pjol tobacco with the
Burley Tobacco Society."
Until 7 o'clock last night the
board of directors of the American
Society of Equity, department of
tobacco growers, discussed the question.
They squatted on the ground
when the members got tired. Then
those who were watching tho gather
ing taw them stand. Then they
would sit again. Finally R: E.
Blake, the secretary, gave out the
following resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted by the board;
What the Anerican Society Did.
"The board of directors of the
American Society of Equity, department
of tobacco growers, in special
'session in Louisville. Ky., Sept. 17,
ll)UH, adopted the following rcsolu
tion without a dissenting vote; R-solved
First. That we indorse the
sction of the board of directors of
the Kentucky State Union, A. S. of
E. in ratifying the agreement made
between State President Cantrill and
the Burley Tobacco Society,
'Second That we u,rge all members
of the A S. of E. who are
growers to lend all possible assistance
to the Burley Tobacco Society
in making the pool successful by
signing their tobacco to the pool.
Third We believe that there
should be but one Burley pool and
all unite in fighting for a common
cause. Witk every man doing his
whale duty, you will succeed equally
as well in the future as ou have in
the past. Rcmomhcr the pool closos
Oct 1, you have only thirteen days
left and what you d? mutt be done
at once," (Signed ) E. Ii Davunport,
president of the A. S of E. depart-of
tobacco growers. R E. Blake,
secretary; II E Routt, Crooksville.
Ky., M O Hughes, Bowling; J. F
Do", Groenillc, Ky. , .1. W. Swal
lom, Lake, Ind, W, Bibb, Sacramento,
Ky. A A Clark, Goorge
town, O , and II F Ray
WHAT IS HYOMEI?
You Have Heard About the Cattarrh
Cure Haynes & Taylor Guar-
Hyomci is a wendcrful antiseptic,
so powerful that it promptly destroys
germ life, yet its action on the mucous
membrane is extremely soothing
and hcling. It relieves catarrh in
five minutes; it cures in a few weeks
or money back.
It is made chiefly of eucalyptus
and cucalyptol taken from the cucal.
yptuo forests of Australia. The
medical profession knows that eucalyptus
is an absolutely certain germ
destroyer and with the active principles
of ecalyptus a a base Hyomci
is made more efficient, pleasant and
quiok acting by the addition ol
an antiseptic and disinfectant
largely employed in the Listcrian
System. Guaiacol and other import-
I ant medicinal agents are also includ
ed in the Hyomei formula, which
without doubt, is the gecatest des.
troyer of catarrh germs the world has
Hyomei is a pctrful, penctratiig
antiseptic that is pleasant to use.
It does not contain a partical of cocaine,
epium or any habit-forming or
No dosing the stomach when you
use Hyemci. Just breathe it in
through th small inhaler that comes
with each outfit. Sold by leading
druggists everywhere and in Marion
by Haynes & Taylor. $1 00 Tor
It relieve stomach misery, sour
belchiag,&ud carta all atosi&ob da-ease
or monoy back. Large box ef tablet
60,ceata Dcoggistt la all tawoa.
Grand Millinery Opening.
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I Cordially inv.to all of my j,hfIr ,,,, H, bo,iy WM t a
and customers to ua.t Millmerv
my re., in the Pleasant Hill cenietm
Store on the Opening dajs. Sept. 2Hth. I ,ju ,wo ,,,. beforc yJ(j d rd
andSUth, which i net Wedncmlav . h,s trrandn. who . It V. .i.,..
and Thursday. My mock a
there. After they ret m.
ful one and would be glad all could see e,j hoII)e sJn ,oM hl ' ffB
it, feding assured if thev did so. ihy
m whcn ,,. jlct ,,e , u
woui.i iuy irom me hwuw.i o: going buried close
to gran .pa. Oh hit
elscvhere Thanking my many ,'.
a t,,,,,, ,,,ou , u lfl ,u,c
men lor weir iiimthi paironngo m tho knd
4 )( oxit)), ,.ra.ndpt ,b., ,fc,
past and hoping to all of yew on lt,i. W1t inM 'n,i i.
j my opening d.iys I romam yours truly. llnoniI lfd U.lf d t,t,
MM. U M. D.vvthMON. doa, lo ,
wan, ,0 blrod c,0,c , 1B
.. . . He was always ready to embrace H
Death ol Utile Sidney Hall.
Sidney Hall, little son of Will and
Fannie Hall,. was born, Oot. i:hh,
lf)04, and died, Au 2ith, 11109.
His age was flv'a yean, one month
and leventaen days. He learn fatk.
cimuron wnen t n would en 'i
School Imnrovcmcnt Context. '". " would have them ni
. i . .i ii -n i rotmd his chair and bedside du' r
is ai wic V.OUIUT 1.,. .i l .1 1. 111
J lit ...
sieknes". and them how he I ti
ors" Insutuie, Marion huaincis and them and how 1 heir presence c - "i
profcsbinnal men are offering eahhim. His wife was always l) bn
nrizes fifteen 1ok. and five dnIUr. 'do to chcor and comfort him ini
to tho Ihrec county di..'"nw SlAtt9 nd R"P " both is
trie., oumde of Mario., which raise 7f"w
days before Sidney died fcf
the amounts, in proportion to ,,d. "mama, I am little ancfl
their census, for improving their and he would use bin littlo arm as if
respective school houses school ' t,,cy wcrc ing It warn t lull
ground., or buvm.. Iihr.rin. ! !.cw diT ""l " Httle anp'
This contest clones Oct. lfi. A
The Lord called him to ioin ll.
angels he w sneaking of Oh W
report of money raised is to be it i to part with such a Iotidc
to Lounty &upt. l'aris on or beforc
the above dale. The Miiallost dis
trict in the county has a good chance
to win the first priic. All money
raised remaius with the district
whether it wins a prize or not.
Twenty five or thirty district arc
workfng hard for thoc prirrs, and
much good will certainly result.
Teachers, be Mire to send your reports
to the Supt. on time. Include
tn your report only funds actually
paid in. Subscriptions unpaid at the
dic given above will not be counted
in the C contest.
The following firms and individuals
have contributed to the prize-fund,
T. II. Cochran. C S. Nunu,
J no. H. Moore. Haynes it T.jlor
F. W. Xunn, Walter McConnell,
I. H. Clement, Vandell (Jugen
heim Co;, J. H. Orme, N. K. Cal-me,
Taylor Cannan. A. S. Cav
end'jr, Dr. T. A. Frazer, C. K.
Wrldon J. P. King and J. W.
child. Dear parents we know yool
are sad and lonely and miss that I
bright little faco and cheerful wordil
nd will liitcn for them little foot
tcp you have so often heard, but
will hear them no more. Although
you have two other little boys !
oherr you, there is a vacant pl
which never can bo filled, but wi
must submit to the Lord's will. U
skeins so hard but the Lord knowetl
best while he has seen fit tn tk
Sidney away, think what a glonoui
thought that he has prepared a hone
where wc can all meet our loved os
where there will bo no sorrow
ncss nor reparations but will be ;
light and gladness where wc can lltel
together through all otcrnity.
Dear bereaved ones may the Lord
be with you in your lonely sorrow ii
One hundred and fifty (160) in the
Repton Valley, no waste land, well
watered, 12 acres in timber, excellent
neighborhood, beautiful location oo
rural route, two good houses, largi
barn, crib nnd stables. Improvement!
worth ?1600. Will sell cheap for pan
cash nnd easy payments on balance of
will trade for anything I can handle.
C. J. Pikuce,
22 tf. Marion, Ky.