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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 120.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE SEViN. I Fayette Citizen? Believe Slayer Of Brinkley Will Die ' A delegation of Fayette, county clll sens called on Gov. Roberts while he wan In Memphis Wednesday to ascer tain if the respite granled Lorenzo Young, negro sentenced to lie electro cuted for the murder of Police Ser geant John Brinkley, Indicated that he was considering a commutation. In the party were Dr. George T. Brink ley, brother of the Blain police officer; C W. Crawford, county court clerk; T. M. Ross, sheriff; Senator J. B. Sum mers, rapt. E. A. Maddox and W. H. Hughes. The governor frankly stated that he had never permitted an execution until he had examined the record personally as the responsibility rested upon him. He naid a delegation of negro minis ter, all from Nashville, who minister to the negro prisoners appealed to him to give Young a little more time to get ready to die, and for the reason that he had not examined the record he granted a thirty-day respite. He said j no application had been made to him from any source for a commutation. Those who talked with the governor went away satisfied that, the law would be permitted to take its course. I)r. Brinkley counseled strongly against mob violence when the life of the negro was threatened. The governor assured the delegation that the respite had no significance. Waggener Sporting NewHatAnd Title Paul Waggener, Bertlllon expert at lice station, was wearing a new gray sport hat Thursday. Friends said It was all because Waggener went on the Job as a full-fledged lieutenant, his ap pointment being announced Wednesday night by Inspector of Detectives Grif fin. The promotion comes as an endeavor to secure best results possible in the Bertillon department. Waggener here tofore has never held rank, though he has been on the department for a num ber of years. Waggener will leave Memphis Sunday night for Minneapolis to attend the con vention of the International Association of Identification next week. While away he will visit Chicago and other points to confer with Bertillon experts. Tom Gwartney, former desk sergeant, has been appointed clerk to assist Wag gener in filing. ' t JACKSON GUARD MAKES RECORD AT ENCAMPMENT JACKSON, Tenn.. Aug. 5. (Spl.l The highest record among the 15 na tional guard companies at the annual state encampment held at Camp John Sevier, Fountain City, Tenn., was es tablished by Company T of Jackson, the members of which returned Saturday afternoon, as stated today bv (.ant. K. H. Bond, -company commander. Out of the 12 men Isent from the state di vision to the national pistol and rifle matches at camp I'erry, o.. Company qualified three men, two of whom at tended the national matches. Thesi men were Richard 1. Hampton and Kurus v. nice. The officers attending the skate cn i rampment from Jackson were Mai. R. , S. Rochelle, Maj. I.. I. Fonville. Capt ... ' R. H. Bond, Lieut, J. L. McCollum and Lieut. C. C. Glasgow. A total of 111 men attended the enefimpment from Jackson. WOMAN RECOVERING. Mrs. H. O. Hansen. 9S4 Galloway ave nue, was convalescing Thursday after Injuries received Wednesday night when an auto in which she was riding was struck by another car at Madison ave nue and Lumpkin street. Phvsicians said she might possibly have received internal Injuries. She was taken home In Hinton's ambulance. No arrests wire. maae. v - TNION CITY. -Tenn. Miss Kate Klrkman and Herbert Qulnn were mar ried at the Christian church Monday by the Rev. B. F. Crystal. The couple are members of the younger society bi vi me city and are members of two wealthy and prominent citizens. They departed for an Eastern bridal iour oi two weeks after which they win db ai nome in mis town. HUNTS VILLK, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Butler, of Shelbvville Tenn have announced the engagement of ineir daughter, Martha, and Joseph Lawson Hutton, of Huntsville. The wedding will he solemnized in the Methodist church at Shulbyville on weanesuay, sepi. l. PADUCAH, Ky. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Nell Colvin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. I) Colvln, of Ballard county, to Thomas S. Heath, of 1'aducah. The marriage was solemnized in the bride s home They will live here. PADUCAH, Ky. The marriage of Miss Elien Katliryn Peterson, of Minne apolis, to Robert L. Acker, .New York city, formerly of this city, was solem nized in the home of the bride, ac cording to word received here They will make their home in iew York llfKS. LICil-K 1IIXSON, of Kansas City, only weighed 71) xmi(ls when sliobegan tak ing Tanlftc. She has already gained 3(1 pound. Moving Pictures Strand. A bent horseshoe nail Is a pretty small clew with which to solve a rob- Dery mystery. William S. Hart finds It beside a Western river bank In his new picture, "Sand!" showing at the Strand theater during the latter part of the week, and decides that- he has some connection with the daring holdup men who robbed the Western flyer, then rode Into the stream and apparently never came out. And a few weeks later it Is the means bv which he stops a second attempt at the express car and captures the roadj agents. Majestic. Ethel Clavton makes of the rirl- herolne of "A Lady In Love," a wholly appealing person, and the picture has attractive qualities that will pleaae. audiences at the alajestlc theater this week. There Is nothing startling about the story just the old tale of the clash of true and false love, but with some skillful new twists and developed upon the screen with a rare sympathy and restraint that makes It mighty appeal- jug euiei LHuniieui. , Princess. Border countries are always known to be Infested with bud men, and it is also known that there are no worse than those who. practice smuggling on the Canidlan-Amerlcan line In the North woodB. "The Red Lane." a new photodrama starring Fank Mayo, is a story of this country from the stirring pen of Holman Day. It will be shown at the Princess theater Friday and Sat urday. ' . . I jF t ' tesj "I weighed only seventy-nine pounds when I begun taking Tanlae, but now I weigh one hundred Hnd fifteen anil am feelipg better than I have in seven years," said Mrs. Lucile Hix.son. living at 2032 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo. "Before 1 began taking Tanlae," con tinued Mrs. ilixson, "I had become so weak that at, times I wasn't able to stand. My food disagreed with me and made gas form so bad that I could hardly get my breath. I was badly constipated and had a pain across the small of my back and my nerves were upset. I was troubled with dull head aches and often I had fainting, tHuy spells. "My uncle recommended Tanlae to trie and now 1 am not troubled with In digestion or gas at all and I am eating anything I want and digesting It per fectly. Headaches and dizzy spells have all left me and my constipated con dition has been relieved. My nerves are In fine condition and the pain across tiie small of my hack has disappeared altogether. I have gained thirty-six pounds in weight, can do my housework and am at l onger than I have been in yen rs." Tanlae sold In Memphis bv the fol lowing agents: Warnoi k Drug Com pany, Weiss' Pharmacy. Doyle. Turly Drug Company, A. Renkert fit Company, ; stores; L. II Klltnitrick, Wadllngton I'tirdy. Moore's Pharmacy, Taylor A; Taylor, 3 stores; VYashbui n-l,yle Drug "oinpany. C. U. Manning and Battler's Pharmacy. adv. I Washing anr polishing our specialty, lockwood Auio Co.. 300 Madison Ave. I'ADUCAK, Ky. Mrs. Cora Houser, 38, wife of John V. Houser, former resident of Paducah. died at her home In I'ocotello, Idaho, according to word received by relatives In this city. Mrs. Houser is survived by her husband, two children, Mary Louise and Helen, and by several brothers and sisters of Pa ducah. The funeral and burial will take place here. l'ADi'CAH. Ky. Edward F. Morris, 64, resident of Paducah for years, died Tuesday at his home here of paralysis. Mr. Morris was born in Greenville, Ind. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs Fannie L. - Morris; by a son, N. K. Morris, and a brother, W. F. Morris, of 1'aducah. COLUMBUS, Miss. Bishop Theodore DuBose Bratton, of Jackson, spent the first of the week here, making his of ficial visit to the parish. He conducted evening prayer, confirmation and ser mon at St. Paul's Episcopal church Sunday evening, and was given a" warm welcome back "to this city. SEARCY, Ark. The Higglnson pub lic school opened Monday with Mr. De Laney as principal. Mrs. Wright and Miss Walker as assistants. Rev. T. Y. Ramsey, of Searcy, conducted the open ing exercises. SEARCY. Ailt. The large farms of Pryor Brothers and Ed Hudson, West Point, -are Infested with the army worm to such an extent that corn will not make anything. O. T. Walker, of Walker Store, reports that the army worm is so completely destroying his late corn that It will not make an ear to the acre. The splendid rains that have fallen through the county have greatly benefited crop conditions.' CONWAY, Ark. Contributions to aid in the entertainment of the boys' and girls' farm clubs, vhich will meet here Thursday. Friday and Saturday, have been made by the Conway Commercial (Hub and the Elks' lodge. Dinner for the entire number will be provided by the club on Friday and on Saturday the lodge will be host. General ar rangements for visitors are In charge of the woman's auxiliary of. the com mercial club. It is expected that the attendance will reach 400. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine 14, "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Is genu ine Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for over twenty years. Accept only an unbroken "Bayer package" which contains proper direc tions to relieve Headache. Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tab lets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer packages." Aspirin Is trade mark Bayer Manufacture Mono aet lcacidestr of Salicyllcacid. VACATION TIME WITH IT i SUNBURN MOSQUITO BITES RED BUGS CH1QGERS POISON IVY Don't let these things worry you; take along a bottle of Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil V It stops the itching, takes out the poison, heals the bites and kills the insects. 30c per Bottle. PAINS SO BAD STAYED IN BED Young Mrs. Johnston Had Miserable Time Until She Took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. - If1 I I 3Sill Chicago, III. "I was very sick for Borne time with pains in my sides and back and I could not do my work at times the pain in ray side was so bad. I would have to stay in bed for days at a time. My mothcr-in-law had taken Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and recom mended it to me. It cured mv naina nml f am now able to do all mv work. You can publish my testimonial and I hope the Compound will do others the pood it liaa done me." Mrs. Anna Johnston, 206 E. 41st St., Chicago. For forty years women have been tolling how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound has restored their health when suffering with female ills. This accounts for the enormous demand for it from coast to roast. If you are troubled with nny ailment peculiar to women whv don't you try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coin pound? It is made fro.u native roots and herbs and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs. i ' I HUNTSVILLE, Ala A special from flcottsboro says Dr. Kdward Boyd, for many years a prominent physician of .lacksnu county, is dead from an at tack of heart disae. lie is survived by his widow and four children. BRISTOU Tenn. f he body of Ku gene E. Starke, who was killed on the Argonne front, arrived here. Funeral services were Held at the home of his parents on the Island road, near Bristol. DRESDE.V, Tenn. Mrs. Ann E. Hall, 70, died In her rooms here over Robin son grocery last night or apoplexy. She had resided here hut a short time, moving to Dresden from Kentucky. Burial took place at the McClain grave yard, near this city. PRESDEN, Tenn It. T. I,ewls, prominent attorney of Dresden, dropped dead at his home here Monday. His son, Kolandus lewls, died some two months ago after a lingering Illness of some months, and worry over his long Illness and death Is believed brought on a stroke of paralysis. Funeial services were conducted at the Methodist church by the Rev. ". I.. Smith, pastor, assisted by the Rev. O. T. Mayo. The burial tot, place in the Dresden cemetery. JACKSON. TENN., TO HOLD CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN JACKSON. Tenn.. Aug. 6. Spl The progressive citizens ot Jackson who are working for a healthier and more beautiful cltv will show their civic pride this week by following the example and advice of the city commission and clear their premises of unsightly rub bish, the officials announced today. The city street forces will be engaged this week In cutting weeds and improving the appearance of the public thorough fares. The residents are asked to take part In a cltywide movement to remove all rubbish from their premises. Lawns that are not well kept and va cant lota on which weeds are growing mar the appearance of the city, and are health hazards, the commissioners point out. I WATCH FOB OPENING DATE Extraordinary Sewing Machine Sale Special Terms nml Price. Bry-Block Merc. Co. I Low IPriod ihoisl RECENT PURCHASES MADE THEM POSSIBLE s) This is not a big hurrah .sale. It is not a cry of "cheap shoes" or "need the money." It is just an , opportunity for our customers to" get real values in shoes, in hundreds of different sizes and models. A recent trip to the Eastern markets, where we picked some tremendous values, is why we are quoting these prices. Baby Louis Pump Patent and Kid $6.75 White Reignskin $4.95 White Reignskin $2.95 Just as pictured to the left. Pumps Very New RlflY'lr Kirl fi 7R f. i tirown ivm . . .$o.7D Patents $6.75 Shaned likft nict.nrfl at ri rrh t v Whito Piitnrw I TV a' x ma k . A, B & I This is a White Reignskin Tongue Pump $2.95 A large assortment of them. Two Eyelet Tie In Patent and in Kid $6.75 Very becoming for early Fall wear. )0 Theo Ties Black Suede $9.75 Brown Suede $9.75 Black Kid $9.75 Brown Kid $9.75 White Reignskin l..$6.75 Patent $6.75 Plain Oxford Louis Heel In Brown $4.95 to $7.75 Black Kid $4.95 to $7.75 White Reignskin $2.95 Theo and One Eyed Tie This is found with the Baby ' Louis Heel in White Reicrn fikin, in the One-Eye Tie and Theo Tie $6.75 Walking Oxfords Walking Oxford is to be had in White Reign skin at $4.95 Many other styles to select from. Men's White and Gray and Palm Beach Oxfords, $2.9.i and $6.75 Caradine Shoe Company 63 N. Main St. "CARADIXK'H PRICKS KKKP CARADIXE'S CROWnm" A Remarkable Value For Friday In Our ( fftlfiiil r f 'v earirAQ pale A Very Special Sale of Women's Glove Silk Hose This beautiful, soft, silken Hosiery bears the label of a maker world famous those who attended our underwear sale today can tell you, for the hose is from the same manu-, facturer. There are good and suffi cient reasons for not men tioning the name here, but suffice to say, that not the least of these reasons is the tremendous cut in price. In the manufacturing trade these are known as "irregulars," if perfect they would sell for $5.00 the pair. They arc all doubly reinforced at points of greatest wear. These stockings will gifc excellent service. Black, White, Brown, Silver and plenty of Navy, .which is so popular now on sale tomorrow as an 'extra special at, a pair $ 2.954 Sale of Men's Hose and Athletic Union Suits Men's extra fine black Silk Lisle Hajf Hose, with extra double sole and high spliced heel; extra spe cial 35c a Pair or 3 Pairs for $1.00 Men's madras Union Suits, ath- , letic style, sleeve less and knee length, also witri quarter sleeve $2.25 and $2.50 VaWes Special $1.75 August Clearance Sale of Ready -to -Wear For Misses, Six to Sixteen Solving the problem of economically providing the schoolgirl with enough daily frocks Smart Summer Frocks Made of Organdie and Sheer Voiles in delicate Khades and dainty figured effects; size assort ment 10, 12, 14 and 16 year $20.00 and $25.00 Dresses Are $9.50 $12.50 and $15.00 Dresses Are $6.50 $ 8.00 and $ 9.00 Dresses Are $4.95 pr mm Girls' Washable Dresses Made of Gingham. Chambray and Peter Pan cloth, the prettiest styles shown this season, in sizes 6 to 14 years. All are offered at radi cal reductions $4 Dresses Are $2.49 $6 Dresses Are $3.95 $8 Dresses Are $4.95 $9 Dresses Are $5.95 MISSES' SUMMER SMOCKS Pretty Smocks of ulieer voile, trim med with contrasting colors, many showing beautiful embroidered de signs Values Up to $9 Are $4.95 Two groups of Smocks, made of cot ton poplin and linene, in white and colors, are reduced to $2.49 and $3.95 Sales of Value to the College Bound Wardrobe Luggage Glove Silk Undies Finest Made afft?T A Continued Sale '$r offering fie rlinlcest and . st "f :i world famous, nationally d- jl nn.oo oshknsh Wardrotie C7Q 7C AVIL verlifi.-rt line, at substantial redm-tinns Trunks Vl Oil J A A ft AlU.ouKh up ''antiot mnnifon h.Tf ih maker's nam. It appears . - tut u . . i. i. .A i AB m nn veT garment. This luxurious, beautifully finished and splendidly $ ,.,.00 (ishkosh Wardrohe eCQ 7C J 11. M,l underwear is pieferred bi all wi.men Trunks JOilJ f ,44K r enthusiasm over the e.-ltint Inning judgment which allows IllO.na UBhknsh Wardrobe Jgg 7jj Vf fi"''''" "1'l'''t """ V to ,"iS't ""' !-av""-'s "lonB ( 'ou Inct. Jui- $ cii.no full size Wardrobe Ci1Q7C fi V 1 WtH S 'W " 50 VoB,s of P1" lovs Trunks ttjil3 V v --,4' J' silk, in bodice or band (0 CO 1ni.(isliko.si, Wardrobe Jgjjjjj IJ KH 'ops; strap styles, for .03 $:,:.. no full size Wardrobe t40 7C fi IT 4 iXSZ?-". Hr- .W '. "e silk fnion Suits, shoulder Tnlnk 0,'J JL-f rtN strap and bodb e top stvles; cut full z;:rTw: $84,75 JpJf)ArA r) -r-of de,lcale $4,93 I1..V00 Harttnann Wardrobe JgQJg tA , tt ir,0 00 MHrtma.,n"ward-""AQ7r J" WilMw 1 '"'"P' '' f pink robe Trunks U3.fO '"W -8 J feW 'A glove s,lk; strap or bodice top ef- MM llenrv Likely t0Q 7C i,. -("& Crffftll i? feet.; p to S.OO 03 Wardrobe Trunks $13.(0 bs. W Xvl H ?. T Values, for lir.oon Mendel-I'mrUer 0Q7C N Iwtp tV'jJ Wardrobe Trunks OlZjifO v0fTf t&&' I Those desirable ,S5 glov silk Bloom - $.,0 on Mendel -I Tucker t0Q7K li N.k"v i ers, in pink and the pop- t17Q .Mans Wardrobe IZ3il9 EJ 5V ' S lar style, arc now WOilfl i