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1907 at the posto&ct at Marion. KeatMky, ondtr
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THURSDAY, Sept. 17, 11HI8.
NOTICE oi FIRST MEETING
tnTbe District Court otTtie United
States For Tbe Western
District ot Kentucky.
In the matter of
Davis & Davis, Robt. In
L. Davis and Philip Bankruptcy.
M. Davis, Bankrupts.
To the creditors of Davis & Davis,
Robert L. Davis and Philip M. Davis,
of Marion, Ky., in tho county
of Crittenden and District aforesaid,
a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given
that on the 8th day of September,
A. D. 1908, the said Davis & Davis,
Robert L. Davis and Philip M. Da
vis wcro duly adjudicated bankrupts,
and that the first meeting cf their
creditors will bo hold at the office of
James & James in Marion, Crittenden
county, Kentucky, on the 21st
day of September, A. D., lt)U8, at
4:30 o'clock in the afternoon, at
which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt aud
transact such other business as ma
omc properly before said meeting
Emmkt W Baoiiv,
Rcfcrco in Bankruptcy.
Paducah, Ky., Sept. 8th, 1908.
Kalpb. Williams, of Missomri, is
"n. 0. M. (''
(Mnnrl Trultt In- in od In- t . ..t
graph caller'. fr"Ui Ili:ruain t" hi
home near Mttu.n.
NEW FALL GOODS OF EVERY KIND.
Our buyer is back from the markets and the new goods
are here in bigquanities We have spared no time nor
pains in selecting ours stock and we have no hesitancy
in saying that our is
THE GREAT STOCKOFGOODS
It contains all the requirements that is necessary to
make it first class.
Style and Quality-With-Low Prices
New Flannels Fannelettes, Linens White Goods
New Ginghams and Percals iNeu Linens & Sateens
Our Popular Prices Will Please You.
COMPLETE SHOWING OF NEW DRESS GOODS
Complete line of the newest and best woolen dress
goods materials in both black and colored. Never before
have we shown such a complete line All the new
colors and weaves in
Both Plain and Stripes.
UP-TO-DATE DRESS GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES.
Miss Elva Roherts ootumned hor
school at Colon Monday, Sept. 7th.
Thore was a slight sprinkle of hail
boyond Weston Sunday evening.
Wallace Ulift 'spout Sunday at
There is an epidemic of whooping
cough between here and Hurricane.
Sam Hina has lately purchased a
T. 1'. Woosley was at Irma Tuesday.
Mrs. Sallie Holoman and children
are visiting in Clay, Ky.
Arch Davidson, the usessor, was
j here Thursday and Friday.
Uncle Bob Heath is visiting in
Joseph Kirk and wife have returned
home from a visit at New Salem.
Mrs. Linnio Truitt was the cuest
of Mrs. C. M. Clift Saturday afternoon.
Charley Daniel has returned to
Bill Heath was at Rcptnn Thursday.
Frank Smith is building a family
boat which will be fifty feet in
Heath local, No. 16G, of the F.
R. and C. U. of A. will have a fine
band at the Union barbecue at Hurricane
James A. Lowcry, well known formerly
to the citizens of Fords Ferry
as an editor of Klisabethtown, a merchant
of Cavo-in-Rock and a store
keeper of Fords Ferry, was here a
few days hco. About a year ago
Mr. liownry Hold hii store here, and
removed to Toxas, where many years
ago ho bought a lot of land while it
was cheap. From Texas ho went to
New Mexico, where ho became connected
with one of tho 1im ruininir
companies in the tcmt.Tv flu invested
P"nsidTahi tiniint of money
in thi pr.ipT's i t. ame one of
h" ('' i ..j: agents. During
on tho oactus plains, Mr.
l"'Hr)'n health has improved won-.!
Out. ,. ,.uc uuuy natural
of Hardin county, 111., u what
is known as "the sinko" on Tom
Hoko'j farm, back of Cavo-ii-Rouk
nhotit tlir... Ti . frai (J,., (j,,,, ry
r. what rutjfh' l,e
lomeler nf ihn Ohi
I'l.tTi is a Ioul .-round
lanal that ha- ., rh - nco
tl uioroitiv' of T.'ati"n, -which connect
the -Mok with th.- Ohio. Whou
the river rie, the wattr rushes
through the ennui nod fills the sinks;
and when tho river cots low the sinks
dry up. Vast uumbors of fish traverse
the length of this mysterious
canal, and make their habitation in
the sinks. In high water, many of
them cross the ridge to the uppor
sinks, where they may be caucht
when the water disappears. About;
ten days ago, Tom Hoke, the well
known threshcrman and farmer, so.
cured from the upper Hints f000 lbs.
of prime cat-fish. He immediately
wired a LouisvilU Fish Co of his
great catch, but was unable to dis
pose of them there on account of the
unusually heavy receipts of fish from
various other points. At 'present
Mr. Hoke is keeping the fish in a new
WITH HIGH PRICED JEWELS
Body ot Millionaire's Wife Is Dragged
From Lake Where Sbe
Newark, N. J., Sept. 10. The
body of Mrs. Ashton Harvoy, dressed
in whito and literally covered with
a fortune in jcwclu, was found to-day
in the private pleasure lake of the
estate of Stewart Hartshorn, at Short
Hills, N. J., by bloodhounds which
had been brought frota New York to
Mrs. Harvy was the wife of Ann-ton
Harvoy, a millionaire corporation
lawyer at 33 Broadway, New York,
and lived on their magnificent country
cstateiat Short Hills. Mrs. Harvey,
who was wealthy in her owu
riirht, had been acting peculiarly for
weeks and her daughter,
and pon, Harold, became
alarmed yowtcrday itfiornoon when
she loft the houso in white
to her shoes and stocking, and
weiring a1' f 1 rr jewols.
Abou wore a t2f),
000 i. lollaoe iud on hor head
she placod a rich diamond tiara. Her
breast wan 0(,verad with (.unburets
and oilier WroUaa sot wuh dnzzling
geiuj. uud hr fingtr ere htylookod
in ii'Wi!.: rn'. Thi prir t'
In r "it r ntr ' carriage to xn .
the I. 'iiir tf M.- Dut'arrv at Matllitmi.
Mr. Haney and daughter earehea
the rod in their autotuobile until
dari. when tbey called in the pohee
bloodhounds from New York arrived
at 2 o clock a. m., and after an all
night search the animal-, pointed to
the body in tho like. Mrs. Harvey's
remains wore taken out by grappling
irons. Her husbaud bolieves she
committecd suicide. She had been a
sufferer from headaches for nine year.
She had also gricvod over the death
of her eldest son.
A clever, popular Candy Cold Cure
Tablet-called bet n g
dispensed by druggists cTcrywhere.
In a few hours, Preventics are said
to break any And
Preventics, being so safe and tooth,
some, and very fine for children. No
Quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh
nor sickening. Box of 'cents,
sold by J. H. Orme.
Mtw Hard Kttitor in Chief
Mrs Kitty Perry , I. TV K.icoe V P.
Phillip and J Ii McNeely Associate
AS IS THK TKACHEK SO IS THK
SCHOOL thurcfore the object of these
, Columns is to help the teacher through co
operation and comroanicaUoti utth his
COUNTY EDUr ATfON
A I- DIRECTORY
Supt. John B. Pari, exoflicoj Chairman
Chas. V Fox rCu'r'm Dlv no. i James
Canada, Sec T. Griffith, Ch'rm Dit No
2. W D. Candkt. W. E. Smith,
Ch r'm Dir. I1. j.'J. I StiraiiierTille, Sec.
J. A Ordway CW r m Dit No a VT L
SCHOOL IMPEDIMENTS. ,
TrHchi'rw, wIhti you becomo nwuro
if tin- fact that your school Is not
what it flhoiild bt, It is then tlnu' for
ou to lookout for tho lmpodlnifnts.
When you conclude your school
(loiw not mvnsure up to tho standard;
those- three qucHtlons you should nsk
yourself: Is It the patrons, Is it
tho imnllH, or Is It myself? Mdltato,
and answpr. No it Is not tho p:iJ
irons, for thoy aro sontllni; their
chlldroi). It Is true they haven't as
many books us I should like for them
to have, lint it norms the fewer
hooks, the tnoro iroi;rifH we should
make In them. So Hint's no pxcuhc.
Is it the pupils? No. Thry aro
bore. Thoy ar all apt, nntl seem
jolly on the playground, always
party to conHiiino tho last moment
.f riTPHs. Alwaya watching with
t a t In hiii'tl rpuly fre ,ihv thno
' HlhtPlllV it Is IK ''"t );iH
Well, ulio Is If in reality is It
1' It must hi. for the patrons, the
lilldren and tin- t'a hers forty that
A school is a grent union of minds
to he controlled by a cpntral power,
that power iu the tuaeher. Ami liko
that Rreut online which furnishes
tho power to gonornJp t' c "'"--I "
for n wholp city, when (1i,ommikIiip
wrong all Is wrong.
Tonchcrs nsk yourself If you uu
i Ill w l.li Ii ' - hi-
.!, I' f I Villi 'II (111
'i nirrMMi"r1rri..Mii'1ri rP 1
Shoes For All
The best lot of Shoes
SPECIAL LINE OF
MEN'S FINE SHOES
Get the kind that has
the Style and Get the Wear
Heavy Fall and Winter
Shoes lor Rough Wear
USSMU .- , ' '
i, mmi ik tt -ii ii.um in tnf , . . i vt ii
of ,,cr Mr aud Mi. John
.i f.. .in ,. ..". u, , ,1,1. and iHr.' P"-".
i you In nil ".alii'' If ,uu doo't. laic. of New 4lcia.
th'r I. th With th
hHp of C, nil thtnit arc poMlblr Harry Halt ha oltl kit fana Mar
If w.ii i tu Ittifil tt rclvt ..
rtplp from m ad- ' im ?
.l,nlx!' "1 ' "Mi Ih.'t vi. a"U VI IIO f. It It
Ir- ,l JhrVtld
and' -Mr -s-
q.M,l. . t .i ..... .,.-.,
f i I'OdlK
rtdlftttd 5ds lux reputation U yS years ol
lactcsitol trl frrownc bebmil tlitm. It pays ta
auot tut Mst.
Karllnt Rnl Valentine .
Relacee I itra Karly
New Strmclns C.ren Pol
It SO fiuihtl
j 15 Buhl
Wartlwell's Imp Kitney Was U BttiKel
DuliNcw White Wu
Carrie's Rust 1'tool Wax
Extra F.arly Alaska . .
New Party Gratus
ItofilnrJ s Matkrl frden
U 5 liaintl
U V Btuhd
I j so Bushel
1 v Bkel
J i o Bushel
Write today. Mention this ptr
H. W. BUCKBEE
UlihasstlU ItKtrsrd See4 rami, Kcrr4,K
We are needing rain.
Tobacco abont all housed.
The hail storm on the tith, did
great damage to the standing tobacco
in the southern part of this conn.
Uncle John Mullinax, who resides
with J. H. Browster, is very ick.
Irnclc Jim Simpkins, of Kamaus,
has been in our section the past week,
with his sogrhutn mill. Uncle Jim
is a dandy molansos maker.
Clem Moran, Will Davenport, and
Charlie Belmer, who have spent the
last two weeks in Missouri, have returned
W. S. Lowery has purchased
farms since his return Kentucky in
the Now Salem valley.
Water for stock is getting verv
scarce in our section
Our school opened Sopt. 7th, at j
New Salem, with "Prof. Hoscoc n-
teacher. We understand the attend
.,. r& l
lr Hall nf Mlnanllfl ill. un..t
1 - p---
( speiti .Saturday and Snidy, the
,gue.ta of rlaties in Livingston
Backbee'i "Full ol Lite" Northern Rrowv i UtiltrtAL DUililtOi IIUiLUUH.
There are dotiuitu indications of an
actual and substantial improvcraent
in trade condition!.. The more favor
able reports regarding iodiislory, the
promise of abundant crops, and ox-
Jpectations of expanding trade all
J Bockbee . Lihu.u.t c.,.re.. ,s. Bushel . . conlrlbute to a hopeful it.
t4tuc. kU4Ufc. Tomato and a tull tine el '
bents, riants and Huais at lowest s;rTinc prieca. ..l ITnrl .,.!, ..-.....--.
s.d lor complete cauioie or sottt lutoi circiimntanccs
your requirements and willquote prices. . ' - . . .
Bur direct Irom the rrower Save Money.
tuiiiiitgnm, UIUBI mpu IIJU.L'lirr, AUU
business expand greatly. It begin
I to look aCif the tide had turned, and
lif the railroads get into position to
uuv niaicriiis ircciy anu go atteau
with construction work on a broad
scale there is bound to be n decided
revival among industrial interests.
While there r so many favorable
features it is well to keep cool and
not be carried away with over-enthusiasm
Generated for purely speculative
objects. The country is in
Hood chape, and a gradual return to
normal business along thoroughly
sound lines is muck- batter than an
erratic, jerky attempt to forestall tho
maximum degree of improvement.
Thoro is danger in rushing things,
and over doing oven an cxcrllont situation
hv nrtifirMal tinkering.
wi h ,j.n.i hut an abnormal
li.vte in recovery is not the bit way
lo sceure the mot -table and desirable
BUaUE'SBUJlS SUCCEED! '
MfrJ bIU 7ftr IUaIbma. A
irliil will tn&ka tM a Brrmamtnt rn.
tomer. H4tlf f linn tni&TAAtiwaal nr nmr
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luuuri in uiiiir"t4
' .L.1.1 .im u,uu mm (. UiMtatb. rM.in y.k
F flk. PrrtM ll.lik,Julrt UU,Aln, (W..W, 1
r a,MiM. iMt,ct t,ai.Mim, a..M, tiru
ance is good and that every one i , f rX 't...,. i rrS
well pleased with the teaeher.
Mrs. Blick and daughter, of Cab1
well county, wore the guests rf ri1
tives Saturday and Sunday.
W. 8. Lowery has cotiiiunnct'd niir J
ing epeiations'on 'he Grimes land,
Mrs. Dollia Kirk and family, if
Hurriouue, are the guests of rolutiws
nl t ti o N'iv flenkp HiieM.
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