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1 0 1L e (gyiLEN JFull Liikfe: of all WintcF Goods - - - t " -; Fine Dress Goods, Trimmings, ... Blankets, Cloaks, . On display this week one)f the most uptodate lines of Millin ery ever shown in this city. . . . Miss Richmond has charge of this Department We have added to our Dry Goods . . Department . . Higii Class Tailor-made Suits, OF THE LATEST DESIGNS Miss Evalyn Ackerman is n in charge of our Dress Makii Department. She comes highly recommended as a tailoressfromj Keister's Tailoring College of Si Louis. Give her a call. . . . T. OTf THE ORY GOODS STOP . v z.' 1 I In Memory of Leona. Just at 7 30, October 1, 1908, Mrs. Leona Barnes, beloved wife ot Bob Barnes and daughter of Dr. J. D. Cox, age 19 years, after a brief ill ness, fell asleep in the. arm of Jesus. Only the sweet echo of her voice, only a fond rememberance of her sunny face remains. However be yond this awful struggle, beyond this heart-rending- storm we hear Him say because I live ye shall also live. We knew and loved Leona, and will never forget her sweet hap py face. She won her way into the hearts of all who knew her by her bright sunny disposition. The Savior called her to a better world because she was loopuTe'and sweet for this one. She was taken from you father, mothejisband. broth ers and sisters ? ones that loved her but it ttime. Is it not comfort Weet will never be bruif vimover which you Y r heart will f Four Hickman, hJ groes are def wounded as ti, nightriders oti Walker, a ne tne communiJ woman audi a white ssK.'Twhl man's rerwe. I intention ot tne n 1 V ii cro minister a whippin when thev arrived home and demanded out, the negro fired into ttt.ii and slightly injured one nijjjtf- The mob then threw coai.'bil on the house and set fire to it. As the occupant rushed out they were shot down, Walker and his five-year-old daighter being, the first fab'-was shot in Whe left the was mortally . -. i auaren atally rished victims. A sm its mottier s a( house and tfe? wounded, pll, were shot a. woundi-1. T ... T 1 a e i 2 ' L U of the Vr home 0ct. 2, was 76 -iifrViliF pa.1 Jratiiier of the She leaves a rtha Stanley. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bransford visited Cairo this week. W. P. Skinner, of Fulton, was here for the fair last week. Miss Nett Parker, of Fulton, was a visitor at the fair Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Smith, of Troy, were in the city Monday. S. H. Williams and wife, of New bern, were in the city Thursday. Miss Beatrice McCaw, of Rives, was a visitor at the fair Saturday. Miss Sue Newman, of Fulton, was a visitor at the fair here Thursday. Sam Ford.of Shelbyville.Ky., was a visitor at the fair here last week. Mose Boxa prominent citizen of Waverly, was a visitor to our fair. Henry Head, ot Beechwood, was in Nashville on business this week. Miss Bernice Chambers, of Mar tin, was a visitor at the fair Satur day. ... Miss Sadie Fry, of Fultoo, was in the city Saturday visiting the fair. C. H. Parliam and wife, of May field, were here Saturday at the fair. Mrs. Emma Luten, of Martin, was the city Thursday attending the ur. Dr. J. R. Bond and family, of irdner, visited the city a few days It week. Ho. J. P. Rhoades and Editor lie, of Milan, were in the city nday. W. W. Baird, of Humboldt, if business visitor to this city Monday, Editor and Mrs. Arch Johnson i, were here last week att ir. ison, of Moscow, w frs. Clarence Reynolds his week. Phebus has returned sville, Mo., after a visit week. isebere, of Paris, was ting her mother Kenaie,i siting Mr. and Mrs W. R. Jones, of Murphysboro, 111., were here last week attending the fair. Misses Estelle Peeples, and Gladys Romah. of Garner, visite Miss Margaret Whitson and at tended the fair. Prof. R. H. Bond and family, of Minnick, are up to spend the week with friends and relatives while school is suspended. Mrs. H. CM Wheeler and Mrs. J. r f r tTTl 1 i rry ' - .1 I ' o. vvneeier, 01 x roy, were in tne city Saturday attending the burial of Mrs. J. B. Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. House, oi Trenton, were in the city last week attending the fair as the guests of Mrs. Sallie Griffin. Mr. Will Penick, of it. Louis, was here last week visitijb his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. f I Penick, and attending the fair. Mrs: W. B. Blakenf t, Miss Mattie Blakemore and ll Ls Hazel Hubbard, of Martin, wer Ii the city attending the fair Satur W. A. Harris, of Marti ot Obion County, was a the fair last week. Mr. I an appreciated caller in t Jas. H. Faircloth, of Iuk was in the city last week his mother and Mrs. Henr ler.his sister,and attending Misses Bessie Johnson a m sie Wall, of Moscow, acconl Inied by Walter Oliver and A. G bell, attended the fair here day On S, A fa J V 7 X 4 2k f f mmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmnimmmmmm Indiscriminate Prices are asked y- - m , ,t i uniy iui inaiscnminaie nours. 11 KJS ii 3 HIGH PATENT FLOUR Has a definite price, a4finite quality and a definit ilue. "TIP TOP" is in a class- bv it tint nprp3rv " tn mfpt rivrt'iA$ J ""T-3 can't make enough. I FOR SALE BY ALL ARDYG RAIff V f "Telephone No. 7: iuuiiiiiaiiiiiiiumiuiiiuiiiiiaiaiiiiiaiiiaiaiui w. was in the city at visitinS"Xsonsw and No Applicants Examined. The committee of examiners, J. W. Burney, R. H. Bond and Hughes Hunt, appointed to examine candi dates for the position of County Superintendent of Public Instruc tion to be elected next January, met here Monday, but no candidates ap peared. It is therefore probable that Supt. Ridings will not be op posed for re-election by more than one or two candidates, it any at all. o far we have heard of no opposi- Mr. Ridings has made a good He is a hard worker and is ys at his post. Tbecountyhas d Superintendent with him in ler. City Court. i phone message from the t Hickman Saturday led to st in this cily of a negro vith stealing a watch, an and a pair of shoes at Mr. Pardue went to work the case And on Monday nisfht Ticer Askew caught . was turned over to' thonties .negro was arrest overcoaj 1 1 A ML J Official Prog R. R. Rinehart. th grammer of the West b air Association last wee tair, issued the nrst compk ficial program which has beenl on this track sias the organizl or tne associar ne nama knfcae is Iro norlil jockeys, tUr jfgiven in m densed fori these familai rect idea of their taxing abikty. 0 w Mr e r this week race Call in the Fairi bros. pit Denhami negro was r 1 Two yi dauglJr leavi inmr thf MWfc in i at fows for the new I'aaceW. Nitoore. 4 Plan sion '??feek! EdiV and Misl Tri-StateS week. r ''Joe Pr Vhere' st!