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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2 J, 1909. THE CAIRO BULLETIN HOPE OF DEFENSE Entered ttthtOklroPoftofflcefortranimiHtoD lbnngb the mllit wcood-clM nua. Atttt ttltttttlttf.fttlttt I THE WEATHEft I I MS FAILS TO EXCLUDE DYING STATEMENT OF WOMAN SHOT BY DAVICGE. Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. Maximum 6 11 in4niuni At 7 n. in ."'J At 12 mi. (night (street record) .. ; ' General Conditions. The day was rainy. The prei ipit;; tiou for 2t hours til ling: last evening meanuied inehis. Heavy rai. fail were reitorted in al! pa.t.-i ot the country h tailed ni rpjee ;v which is iiia.lv elsewhere ii T h paper. Extremes if temp ratlin were "S U Shrevepoit anil lit i.t His nmrk. Forecasts for Today. Cairo ariil vicinity: Partly clou.ly; colder. Illinois: Washington, Feb. 23 Fnow Wednesday, except generally fair In extreme south; colder with hb;h northwest winds; Thursday fair, warmer in north. . Sun .and Moon. Sun will rise today C:42 a. ni. Sun will set today 5:47 p. n Moon will 'rise tonight ...11:05 p. m. Note: The auove sun and moo record is fur Illinois and approxi males the record at Cairo within : few minutes. ATTACK ON DAUGHTER To Discredit Her Statements Was Substance of Testimony Of fered by Defense Ar guments Today. it. was mother's fault; Tier mother hud raised tli-e pistol and pointed it at lavi.ly,e. Mrs. Sismy, daughter of Mr. Mil cinder, t l stiii'ii to the -'nmo sta'e me?,t an 1 said fi'.lt.ln r Miss M, Claruil. had to d her th::t 1 " (Miss . ;-Cl. r- ri vl had testified t a lie lit ie liie "tan! jury in saying that h'r mn.th:i had held her pistol hv h"f ;.!.. Wh n ashed why hh had .lone th's she le plied "thev " ha J throat ",md t 1 se.l : her to the reform school it she did not stand 1 y her met hi r. .VI -s Ktite! Ho!! y tes'ihVI ah n the sa'i-' M:io. sayim .Vis .V-.'hti ney !iad said she lied 1 efor.' the i-iand ju-y. that her mother had "-i 1 i I lie pistol in their faces and not d wn hy her M' Vh--n Attorney I oh asked Miss Policy if Mis. UcClai'i' y had ;ut uttered thr fits, aj; dnst I lav tie, t t! Pie S-OIlie I ne was l"r eas Win. Hor K to what they -cene of the pei mil: tn.ns testimony ft r t ; i . given in the I lav l i'n yesterday. It w; s givi u by a. Arthur Matti'iuly and Or (ior.lon. and related principally saw and heard on the tragedy and shortly she he:faie a lomi t I! i he iintion wi'S pur the t did she answer aildiiia! iv B lh.it Mrs. Mrt'hn.iev "lad i . !;;". d that if .-ver el,,, can J eh? and David;:.' t vet her ; the-a won Id die. Ant ther l.m av tt 9.99 9' NEWS OF THE RIVERS .'.The river marked 38.0 fett on the o-frn last evening showing a rise of 1.7 feet In 24 hours. 1'he Peters Lee was In port several hours yesterday morning, leaving f c r Cincinnati at 6 o'clock. The Onkland arrived from hVw Or leans at 8:"') yesterday morning with hi tow- of empties. The Dick Kowler was the PaJucah packet yesterday and will be down today as usual. The J. 11. Fri:nd brought a barg- of wood from Island No. 8 bound for Cincinnati. The John' S. Summers went south with an empty barge. The Alice Urown is out from Louis vill with coal for St. Louis. Yesterday's River Bulletin. Flood Starje Cham,'" Stage 24H'rs Pittsburg 22 9.5 1.0 fall Parkereburg ... "5 10.7 1.7 fall Cincinnati . ...30- IJO.C 1.8 fal' Lculsvllle. . ..SO 20.8 1.0 fall Evansville . ... 33 ;!.').7 0.7 rl.e Mt. Vernon .... 25 22.4 0.9 rW. Mt. Carmel . .. 15 12.0 n.9 lis" Nashville 40 21.5 2.5 fal' Chattanooga . . 2:'. 17.2 5.2 ris-' Florence lfi 117 1.7 rise Riverton 32 30.2 1.1 rise jQhnsonville . . 21 24.4 0.4 fail Pa.lucuh 40 33.9 1.1 rise Kansas City . . 21 7.0 0 3 fall St. Louis 20 12.G 12 rise diopter 30 11.0 o n rise C. Girardeau ... 28 15.7 1.1 rise Memphis ." 33 27.9 0.5 rise Vfc'ksburg . .. 43 30.1 1.7 rise Yesterday's River Forecast. The Ohio At Evansville. wlil coi. tinue rising for 3G hours or longer depending upon the amounts of ex peoted rains. At Mt. Vernon will con tlnue rising during 43 hours or lone er. At Paducah and Cairo, will con tinue rising for at least 4 days, stage ff 29 feet will be reached at Cairo by Thursday. The Wabash At Mt. Carmel. w".!' rise for several days, passing flood stnee tonight or Wednesday. The Tennessee From Florence to below Johusonville, will rise for sev eral days. The Mississippi From below St. Louis to Cairo, will continue rising durinp the next 4S hours. W. E. BARRON. ' Observer. RACE DOESNT COUNT U. 8. Supreme Court Declares Negro Convicted by Jury of White Men Must Hang. Washington. Feb. 23. The cas- of Mariuelos Thomas, the nero under r.-ntence of d-ath on a charge if till ing two men in Harris countv Texas was decided today by thp supre.ne court of the t'nited States against Thomas. As the grand jury by wl,bb Iniktiiivnt was returned against Hm contained no man of his own nee he charred that he had been discriminated against contrary to th "nstitation c.f th Trrited States and thi refore asked the supreme court to Intervene In his behalf. The cfiirt if tofed to rovers the decision of the Texas court which was averse to Thomas. NEW PASSPORT REGULATIONS. Belgrade, Feb. 23. The St rvian government has given ordeis that un til further notice no passjiorts er- ti r issued to men under 43 years of see. The object Ii to Veep the men tf military age at home. thereafter, and wha! the murdered .vonian toU! them. Over the a lti;ls- n of the testimony f Messrs. Horen and Matt!m:ly :::.. had beet 1 cont.'si at the session (:f the i-ourt he day before, ji'vl there was an nher such cntest yesi,-rda tuern ng oxer the admissit .1 ef the trsti- eonv or ir. (ior.ien. 1.1 tenn ea--1.- he defense objected to the ;i.i:i i - ion of the testimonv and in both ases the court ovcrulr ! 'he obj -ions after hearing the testi nctiv nnt irguivients by counsel 0.1 both si !es. Mr. Bonn was first p!a:vd on tie1 dand. He n-sided near the Huh Vhoo!; hear.! the shots and t;e cream of a wonm:i ; got his p'sf.d .nd l'.tirrie.l in the direetion whe " he sounds had coiue; lound a woni .n lying o:i the grovnd near the e ranee to the High School la e,,,.t!r. la reply o his uetirn "What is h matter?" the woman said, she was shot and asked him to summon a lector an! a conveyance to take her home. He went to E. A. Smith's vpsidencp near by to telephone p' ice headquarters ard call neee--ary help; on his return the we man was -ti!l lying in the same pst:ion. When he first got there no m: was near the woman; he a:id Arthur Mattinatv '?ot ther? alw ut the sane time; when he returned aft.'r having teleph: n " for help. Mrs. McClarnev s.iid in re nly to questii ns that Walter Pav'dge had shot her; that she went there icol'lng for her baby girl: that s'-o could have shot the 11 both but did not want to: th.at she inly wanted her baby girl. A young girl came tp to the woman and sail to the woman "You are not huti." and the U.ttei replied that she was. Th ivoman Kii: 1 she would die. and dn w two lines from Jier fingers whieh ?ho banded to one of the by standers telling him vyhat to do with th-m ilso tool where she had sr-.m' 11101 ey to pay funeral expenses and said sh wished her daughter e:it to Tuino. I Miss., where she had relativ-s. Arthur Mattln-Hy who rf sided in the neighborhood and was on his way borne heard the shits and th1' syoam. and hiirne.i towari x.e i" cality whence they came. He l-v 'here about the same time that Mr lioren got ther?; saw some one niu ning away, but could not te'l if it was a nn.u or woman; fernd th woman Ising on the ground: sli said Walter iUividge had shot i e- am!- that she was gaoing t) lie. Vit:i'.-s t; stimonv was a corn borat;o:i o! what the previous witless hid stated. Dr. Cordon's testimony was v. ry important in that it gave the Wniu an's ditiir statemei:' vry fiilly. He was ailed to a'.t'-nd her at the w pilal; found llie weiind was ia tie ah. Urn ill and rang' ! upwai-l. eat. r ing al out two in h s from the- runa' and lodging i.i the spine, cutting through the intestines He knew tie wound was fata!, but trl d t one, ur ;i". the woman to b lieve she wi.nl. ! get well. She said sh" h'lt heme t 1 iriet In r daughter on a ear a' lbl hrook an 1 Twi-nty-nith streets: t!;e girl did not ( me and she' s:aited back borne whui .-he h.faid oic-j ori the siliooi hou-e grounds; gu ng there she rame noon .r duu-bter an.l Davidge in th- inciit.i I ga :g way to thi b.M-iiunt. .he told ! er daughter to come v.ith her wh:.-i Havldge interfered -aing-: "Xu . 11 wen't: Iienuie njji Kj with me." S ie iiisiste 1 that B-'-tilib- she old e: m with her aiol l,ai-IIg--- hnt her. S: e had a pistol in her hand hohiiag p down by her side. ),i.b..u uud' r In r fhawl and she hep. 1 j,,,v;dg. un. it. as s!ie was , u ,. fiit(. rep.-at .:'v declated hi r belief ''cat she wa goina to die. ami he trie I t ...i.nr ige her to think etaeiwise. Although se(iel- cross ea-n'n -1 by Attorey I.e.-k neae of tb.se wit. liesses were shak -u in their t sti- niony. The Defenses's Testimony. The prosecution co;,e!udi d iis te.;i nitny with the witie,.s al.ove i.med. and coni1 adjourned tor t' noon hour. After noon the ,, f, i (. began lntrodueing testin -onv ..n i took up nearly all atternoeti i'i 1 f forts to discredit the t'stirMiv if Ben tile McClarnev. the .r. -w ns ! , ciiief witness. Tleir fii-t wi'a sm: was ( bief of Police Eg;.!! w bo t hi what Miss McClarnev ha i told 1 i:n just after the trageiy. a.s to b( w it ivcuned. which differed fr ,m win: sh? iitt'Twards :o!d. mainly as to Who filed the first shrt. The Lr ' first stateiueiit was that h'T iiKther fired the first shot and she evohtiiei afitrwards that she thong! t t' is !," earse she did net knew Pavilue n, s a.-ined. but did see a pist. 1 in ! r mothers hand. The next witn s s Mrs. !sa e' McOrudir who tel.! cf a fo'ivara ill bad with the eirl thr niorni:i nffr the shiwtin? ii whi'di thj U:fcr said follcWi' ;,ih stio va :t H ', oae if s iiem e the atf-.-rncy's re( eate.i s to learn if Mrs. McC:ariK- vil or kiedly disposed towari I'a'idge. Miss Hol!e' tnuil: r.nswei t ! "well, s'ne was nngry." The Hitovney then sought to show 1 v this -vitness that Mrs. .M.-Clariiey did net erpect to die and that If'r -.it' -iients to Ih. (dor. ion and to Mes-rs. H, roe and Mat',lPi:!y w -n rot dyir.jr statements witiiin the 1. .'ani.ig cf the hiw and -ought flier.' !', , to ie. e'-!",:i-,. He aslwl Mi H.d'ey to stale what occurred in tip' r ea.-ion of her isit to the hesidtal mine to If m. ILLINOIS PRENTISS IN COMMAND AT TfilS POINT AND WIVKCD HIO EYE. CAPTAIN- BOB PMINC tle dav before th ' woman died. Th j wit nes- 'aid Mrs. Mi-Clarney t. 1 jh.r to go to l!-r:gio's and buy a dez " '.eiooiis an I a dozen erauies and td jliieia s';e would pay thei wh -ii sh g"t we!! wl.iid, wiml-l be in a fe Sfit. this 1 ( hi cross ;i".!.!i:i'li)l) i iT'ev Wilson i'Vi rtui n". idi ''' iiy asking th-' wi-n ss if McClarnev did not also tell her she km w she' was going to die: the dot tor had died to make he iit e otherwise, but she knew he o! Iv ileitis' th!? to eneiinmge her. witii'ss a lmitt' d that this was t com Mr-. th:r that r b -w a-Tl-.e PP' I Alter this iviienty Sh.eriff Durl am t. -tlfli'.l ii'so t.'Vt Miss .Met lar.iey said she had lie! It--fore the grand jery in saving her rmeher !iad lull her pistol down hy her side. James Ihivi lge. brother ef the di feii.hmt 1 stifkd to the same statement. When the court adjourned last evening the d. feu'-e was engage, jn pto.lucittg testimony in an effert to show that the dead woman was a v.'o.n.iu of violent temper and other wise net what -he should have been. Several ether witness, s on this line worn to tie introduced and then the -i!"s at r.mey will produce s'jp'c v. it ! sses in iebutt.il. It is 1 x ; " t ' 1 that the t''-Mnr ny i!l be all in bv noon today atol the argiimentn made this afternoon. Had Hir Ail Inver'.fd of Hs, How He Cairo Is An Interest ing Stcry. The fi ho Aiag is f .v.! 'h ay .l unial 1 I' St. I m's : i.ipfi r 1 f war !J--:o:y. id .-'a. i: h. ; to been pi haled in ih t l.i the month of A: vi'. ! 1 1) lhir'im., with his a lead ef I fr.su (': . Ni v. i )!; ai:s Tlv (-; v, as l!i lie; 1 I );:: i' i. " i fit si pili 1 ; Win ootid I ill ,n Rent Load Cot Prst 1 Wat,' id U lms :ir . part !. ("a- 1 l'l Ve-,( . li'O't, 'd ia : Kv.. Oeh!' II. T. Harson ;md ibove name Kv.. The eoi .1. .T. I N. J .on .1 ia .' the Hie of t:s 1; war v. oui h ' 1 s ii'!:. ruing holm " l'e.'t !. ! Harris Ton ip to t;i, a:; nicely 11!), Kv. o war w.i-. s ir-:s worse y sKpped at i h us 1 1 i-i; Ti" We ' 1 land, il v us ('air e an. ej , ti fr II RAINS IN THIS SECTION AND RIVER VALLEYS ALL DAY YESTERDAY. IN loc?l Weather Office Promises Good Boating Water" in Rivers For Some Time Forty Feet st Cairo Today. There will be foity f vt of water id the Caiio aaiian tliis morning, and it will continue to rise several days That uns the prediction la.-t nub: thorn W. K. Han mi. observer in chapgo of the local office of the 1". S Wi.ith'-r IHiio;vi. What tie ru,ii li'.util state would be could nor he told as the rains had not ceased !:k the upper a'!es. Heavy rain was reported frtun al! parts of tie- country, Ye-f"idav morning's bulletin gave the rainfai : s'ub--tatio"s in this section as f 1 M : . 1..M In. I . M u 1 '.", h -: Paducah. . 2.4 imdn-s .'armei. 1 Si-,; Kl'iston. In I.. S!n a'.s. lad.. 1 :;:; Mt. Vet :)).. l. 'a;: Cai-e ;if.i h ati 1 .:;..; V ii s. 1 . ' : N'eVV Ath ns. I!h, Torre H.nit . !.!n. In addition to th foregoing r.ii nil va sterday according to ri j. rf t'tceje,l last evening. ;.s follow-: ' 'im iati.it i. I.'t; l oui-iv:!!,.. 2 ' I ' KvMii.-vii!e. .',S; Padoeah. 1.:;t: S l.ou.s. .(i; N w Madii,,. t "11 i. eh, . I! Wlicrcas, tlic people of our city have been led to pur chase so-called remedies from which they have received no benefit whatever, and having thus; wasted so much hard-earned 'money, it has conic to pu.,s that they know not what to ixlieve. Inasmuch as this unsatisfactory state cf affairs exists, KNOW, TIll'RKFORK, ALL IT.KSONS who are in need of such a medicine that we will supply them with VINOLon a 1'OSl T1V L (UJARANTLK that if it does not succeed in benefitin'; them we will refund the entire amount of money paid us for it. There is no one medicine that will cure everything, but there are some we know to be honest, reliable, and of great curative value. Such is VINOL; it is not a ' secret medicine, just 'peptonate (if iron, wine, and all the curative extractives of cod liver oil, combined.- We are familiar with every particle of it, and KNOW that it should benefit every one who uses it. Could any offer be more fair than this? You arc ill; we offer you medicine whieh we believe will help you, and if it does not we will return your money. Is there anyone foolish enough not to accept this offer? Ypu owe it to your family, to your friends, and yourself to try this medicine whieh we give you our -pledge is a genuine cod liver and iron preparation of great merit. Ve unhesitatingly recommend Vinol as a Body Builder and Strength Creator for Feeble Old People, Delicate Children, Frail Women, All Run Down Persons, and Those Needing a Good Tonic after the Grippe or any Severe Illness, and for Chronic Coughs, Colds and Bronchitis. Do you think we could afford to lend our name to its praises, as we have been doing in the newspapers, if we did not know VINOL to be an hunet and unui!aHy valuable remedy for the ills for which it is prescribed? We certainly could not; we therefore ak you, our neigh bors, friends and acquaintances to accept our assurances that this is a genuine offer, and that any and all persons who need a medicine of this character should feel a sense of security in accepting it. You will absolutely be under no obligation to us what-1 ever, if after you have tried one bottle of VINOL, and , have not received any benefit, you have only to tell us so, and we will return the entire amount of money yuu paid us for it. VINOL is an old and valuable remedy improved by modern science tastes good and agrees with everyone. Call and get a bottle to-day. You won't be sorry. Paul G. Scliuii & Sons, Dru(jjisls, Cairo, III. D : NGEROUS FORM OF SPORT. 3ear ai. Urdy Customer to Deal With rt Close Quarters. "Twice in ir.- chime of bruin I have made use of a bear spear as my weapon of nttac ," writes Count Eric von Rosen, 'ii tul I may take this op. port unit y to main'; ; tli.lt thi) use of a Bpear entails no. v. cater cruelty than any other mode 1 1 attack, and that every hunter sin 1 d bo armed' with one in reserve, me. these powerful beasts have a vi .till y that triumphs over a stray bit! ( or more, unless bulged In n vitai region ' and when wounded, their retniia' ion is redoubta ble and easily fatal. In Karelia, Fin land, the bear Is yet "f.'tirded as a noxioiiH horror. The ?; ,.t black-haired tdagbjurm' or killing b. a;. Ih still ram bant there, and n couple of winters back I was able "to wreak j istifiahle vengeance on some boas! 8 that had killed ovCr a seme of cows an I nine horses. News had. been broui,',t me that some of thru? rascals were "1 !'ior natiug on a small marsli bound Is nd. "We found no difili ulty In loca mg; their lair, and I took up my post a' :!v,; I entrance to it. ; spear. I may j. spear ronshsts ! two yards long armed only whh - ;y explain that a ) :r of an ash staff " ? and about a couple f Harson . Tho; a: V.'.u men TV:. i.,:'o!ii i hav" ".. Ky. trip ;.i Orha.li i. runic; s i'lii'l t'e; e .a or i'. -loading 1 nva -hi-u t !'! d 1 :,. h ami.ea- 'ha si Si. hoi:;; . ia ! she was and 1. !. went u ' , o til,' 1 manliest showing mid for Cincinnati. Ohio, wiili war "materials, sh die Tennessee river and Southern Confederacy. . Then Gen. IVntrice, who vv;u com-: man. lor at Cairo, ill., said that. 110; nore boats .should pass either up or1 iown the river Capr. piriing said j 'hat things looked bad for us to go' 1 through, bur ('apt. Bob being a fin,. ttory teib r, as well as a brave man. i -aid that he would go to Cairo an); -00 Geti. Prentice. Cairn is 1 mil. ' h'dovv Paducah, and a- s'eamboai j made the road trip each day, so Capt ! P.0I1 went to Cairo 1 returned in 1 the eveait.g with a Vcrv- long face mid said that the Get:, ral w ..t him through, but nothing d. he said that lm would go nnln You can get Vinci at the Leading Drii'j Stores in every Town and City in -11 the next morning im ivn' again j This State. ;r l came back; he said. 110 go vet. 1 ' i Inches in diameter; there Is a b'" 1 1 of steel ithout twelve inches 111 len , h, ! and tlie shaft is coiper-cnsed as a :' v I vot1M1.11 against the teeth of bruin. As : soon a my gentleman appeared I tried l to. stick him in the throat, but he par 1 lied adroitly and I nilsied; I made an . other lunge and succeeded In driving 1 my spear point through Ids breast. "He started roaring furiously and snapped at my copper-cased staff, ! then made an attempt to strike at rjy arm with his huge I'orepavv, so that I ; might drop my weapon. The powerful 1 brute hung on to my spear at. one end, while I as grimly held on at tho other I copper plate and he started shreddi.'lg' the wood he-ioaMi. Strenuously I check.'.! bis further advances, and gradually, for his wounds began, to l.dl, his icsistance weakened, and "re? dropped at last over the aperture of ids den. "I pulled out the spear, but so much still remained tn him that he seized the blade and bit it with a force that left deep indentations in the steel. My 1 niu patiion then finished him off with his own weapon. This struggle from start to finish covered live minutes." There's ton. 1 lent Ami f:'. iiiii'4 1 i.ai'l The w .I'M'S That calm p A 11.1 no ell" I'll Advice. !ih hi f, ire 5 mi, child. 1 1 v er.h' drives yen wild, v .a rv : 1 . 1 i. te e has been s: , ,. v will v in, ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 .1.1 wurk In er rpirtt crush. st In a rush. said he 1 tor hi felt ha- a litt'c inoi'" ej told the G"ie four- ral a an -:i:p was ut tea- ail from Ke and mo; '".at an ! me g.l b lav. (ii 1,1 III. n: in k' , loo load a v lhat i:;t - a ' on,1: . en v on no' hat ; t a:, i s an SMALL BliH II PATHE THEATRF DEMONSTRATES VALUE OF THE STEEL BOOTH FOR PICTURE MACHINE PIECE CAUGHT FIRE. IF FILM The! 1 1 ; r 't. ill tan -OlllM i-', Path. !t was liie !h of h hi ie ,-'., t tl'1 ft let th. ,1 . in catised bv a conf-ilning lie V as .1 :o a bv the ; Ail got out in "he was J: u ; t U-lii nee a 1 iiit. The f ir th or so ;jt'so of ers. aid tel t!i 400,1 story ami the friem nr.g; heiti'.'. So ('apt, iii'b w.-nt ;ig:.!:i the mx norning- for Mm third Mine, ami re urtieu in 1 no v.'iiir.g looking blue. 1 i' o taiim d; he , ailed all hands .ti hi';. 1.11.I says, iiovs. I bad a I0114 'aik wiMi ;. ii pn ntic and told him -"v'':':o fi'-'-d s . i ies, and ! nisi, f.dd ; "i;u Man i was from K"ntu, kv, an I Vs tin t(;e boat we;e and that ail I had was illVlse, in the :: I if lie vv iiiihi nut h t I would sett ,j, (., i 1. liob said tli.it lie couh; G 11. 1 ' :rii-f was taking an ii him at; I ilia! the G n....;! 1 "do .1 a' him for a fe.v s, ,.. I 'St:id. ("aet. Hailing, : mi ' he you ati ! the s'ories tha' told n.e, bin cannot give oi-.-ioii 'o go by and i earn our hay, hat I will sav Mrs o "a !, tlie river is v i ry wide he,.. I nd 1. 1- niDun g.,. s d.,vv:i n 1 o'chifi, 1 on;:.:,'. M.re I cannot say or , ; I 1" !,i..'i;ig .-n.ie.1 by shaking band-: -a 1 v . -!iii! f a' h oM-er mic, ss. 1 ' Ii ' Ihdl S.K -' thjt li" Ji;,, .,;,p. , p 1 - mind to run the hi . had.. r 1 1 '-' to ti y. Tin- cr. ,v w as ''- e'V I'!".'. II" said that if re 1 .0- u v v, is,, w.,i I !,, g,, back horn ' would 1 ay tie ir way. hut a'i ' ; Mi. y would ttay wth biin. 't i : ' s,,:- a'! I .gin; that we had ,:I! ''' v'd ' iar. -ni,! promise,! tJ!. 1 : ' 'inii.n n.."t thu if wo di !' !,':ilt 'io:.o.. , f;u; j, fvs h" an! '" Otitic ,i new would I.et us away. ia;i tl.;,t there won!.! be "'" r !:' i ;,s i-ia ('.Pro and ad '). "Ii Utitil Ve Island named Mn f M"t lien and 'Chh k- !:ld I.V th ' ' US. Sg,.! o, ie-,'l ir. time vv were, tied up ell" of the of- fieri from the furt came nlurt ei.i I in a t. ; ni t:;a ;md mi I Capt. Pob to get abroad and to with him to ), in. phis and r port to th" commanding; I of tiers for not landing' at Fen Adam 'when he hailed him. Capt. Hob went !w;Mi him and cam" hack in the eve ning oil 1 . 1 -;1-- to r. j.'itt iiacj; 1,.. si and it w as I wo i::'. s hi f.ue , Wei-.- i. b-a.-e jnd allowe-1 to g,. er;. Mary of Them TiU! frst t: lag er Miey have g lined giviag soft answers. 3"3i.i Earli?r. st men i.-irii a.'t succei.s I to quit A llnri-y! l-Vrehedhi:: will 1 iiin't v "t No riia ii , a r. w ei ti t.i li.eii hairy' Itllt e-'i 1 1 o t ,1.1 tie' lies! V'll'l knew'. And ..en 11 pay up all y.iu own. And load w.i an aut.auv b. le nuiuy! tor No Police in Heaven. Small laft hod's iii:rticular tihnd, tho pol.'ceman on tho beat, i tmtractcd pneumonia uud died. Isabel vv;;., great ly prlevid until her mother convince J her that he had gone to imavea. Kve i then she win i;oi ipiite r e:. iciicd. "If heaven is sath a jjooiJ ,!;i i." r mtllkeil th; little sio p ie, "I (hut sevj wbat (Jed wants policemen th.-rt: for!" RATS, MICE AND Cockroaches USE Stearns' Electric Paste The only guaranteed exterminator of these I pens. Money back if it fails. 2 n. boi 2f.o. Ifl oz. hei 11.00. Sold cvwrywhrrs ur sent npress prepaid on receipt of i.ri.m. Slcarru' Electric Paste Co. Chicago, UI. O B B t niiiii(iiiiiii!tBit:iiieitiaeiiiei , hliV A PROGRESS IVE BANK 0 1 C)N.SI:KV.TI i;i,Y niaiiiii ., y t suilii ieiitly inten '1 in tho WKL f.i;i; .111.1 i'i'i;iiU)i.-(; f this commcni rv i.. in ij, in tii. work. i lie- k i 1 I nl':i Link '()IT want tn lis' fur the -jiinlii I in :nt'l yafvty of VOl'li MONKV. Tiic Personal Interest ol the OHiccrs and Directors ol This Bank in the Upbuilding ol Our Community is Well Known. wn v t,. t., Kv- r; i J. I.. . ,1 h 1 f ur just I, We a I vv hi! .! w a v ' id I . h :, t rr-.o (' vva- ih if i 'm vvi he. 1 ;; 1 tl cHtcl inp: riri cf .a i' ;! th.- operator. Roy to'.vn up..n 1'.C flmt t Mil f. ., ' v e. utai t v ; hi f'-i! to : ' ". I . '.- v.'-o t" in, h Vii'i,. ( f tiie -iiaciii,.-. Tl Mm - One ' "hi I ' e e, r j; jtiss Mie fac chine l.eoth at tit! vvhb'i wa- iri-ft "' a h f cat!-ei tba ' !! f.r. Ti is s y.?. : I f th- v !: "t .' m ' sti -.it o.I t''i' -' e! li s f, r th lam r e was r;ft ' ft w , ; that il : r : sinter v. a-s bur-.e j ' beitu' in ;,r the in i - the tini". v r '.. I. H. -ei M.e 1,1. en, , M:e Ik's! b! V.e J.- '." Ki :r a ; y s in shot. M:f .n' . .- i fi i.'tl.'s .-t!:il;5 I " --ii.tr K. e I.i ! s i t and laid I., hind i t hi siv miles ahoy, w oMi x for th- iip-on ia:.-e I tiie oars and 1 - v.f U s,,'ur.ite, uivh ;. ',l fiom sfe. i ki'un ! ' r sho'-a, and when : . w st ir:. ! i ;i ' i in of -be war. " 'l If' I hUL'2e, Ii' 1 and when (h.'ro n.-.s - : Mt i" ' is lii. riv s II ab ba i :p,'r, i d. .1' I -I r.9 -1 ma e Dl 69 Ml a .itir fici niiii, is jitiji. (.ei stu ill, nJr iiiMp' too l:iro, t. receive tlie same :ti( Itii .ittiiilion i- ejve to tlie :k eniiiil.s now i our Iniok.-s. (.'uiiu- in ami is to voiir iiiictesl :nnl we shall l.c to have :i t OjK 11 yon with ns. :n uii tit with ns. i ! i . SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. R : Ail.-'i ;i:-d tv I a !! m.i at u a I 1 1; y iv .-re e-a I' stems i.ke M:..y :i ami ilidi't shoot. ': i.l'l.h -' rh t: ;. i .; fr-m 'i.i. r: ' t" a id . M "f ! Fa' our in; Ve landed Cotiic in :!;nl m o .,;ir Saf. ty I . .-it Hom s in iiir I'.urlar I'roof 'anlt, otto of w hi h yon sh.mhl t-c fif to koi i your valuable ait rs in to prodi t tin in fioi;( ;i:v ami theft, tliir V.-talt it rioht ii.-to l.tte. FIRST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY (UW-lill Dhio Shvcf, CAIIM), ILL. t m o ( 0. I a.