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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r TiIE WEATHER f Sholrcrs toldght and Tuexdny with cooler Tuesday IIj VOL XVII NO 224 i PADUCAH KENTUCKY MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 18 1905 10 CENTS PER WEEK RUSSIAN POLICE ARREST HUNDREDS A Holsn of Terror IH Reported in Many of the Provinces Hundreds of Influential Citizens Dis appear nod Aro Never Heard of Again rV SOME RUSSLIN NAVAL LOSSES IIf J 3 tiThe Russian Police Conduct t RelRii of Terror and Prls ttiM oils Overflow t11i MtyA i Friunderft paA lice exists here and equals any J theF1M i M Arrests of persons miapoctod FS i 9 of political offenses are made A rout hundredsnightlyT ty UL wuii t4- V known residents have dlnnp geared ilia supposed they have f been victims of persecution and t- tty information regarding them ls y 4 refused their families All the y- tj4 prisons In tho citadel are pact ed with prisoners nearly 12 JrXi Tho police methods J4J excel those of former revolution tIllr iii wry 11 timeRII+ tt+ 332t3tl+ r + o3+3 ir hP3tbn + Wlllu Reaches England Plymouth England Sept IS11- WUte accompanied by members of tho party which attended him at the j arj helm and tho party proceeded nt onto to Cherbourg e Russian Navel Lostcn St Petersburg Sept 18Tholuiijan JosscaUi ahlpsaul rt Ar thur Vladivostok and the Sell qf Japan according to official statis tics published this morning amount f e to 113000000 4 Socialists ISMIO Iroriainnllont Warsaw Sept1STho Socialists In this city have Issued n proclama lion announcing that the execution of a nuwber of ofilclals Is scheduled OUTLAW CHIEF WHILE FLEEINGI NEAR MANILA FELL FROM CLIFFI Was Instantly Killed With 100 IM drones Attacked JheTJIlyl In January Manila Sept 18 Follzardo chief caolvltetrouble for the authorities was surrounded near tho Batanzas border and jumped over tho cliff1 He was killed by tho fall The death of Follzardo It Is believed will end the disturbance In the province of Cnvlto On January 24 three hundred La drones led by IFollzardo and Monta loon attacked the town of San Francisco Do Matabonc looted the munic ipal treasury of 2000 killed Con tract Surgeon J A OWolll and ab ducted the wife and two children ol Governor Tras Fined Ills Son For Fishing Akron O Sopt 18JusUce E Render fined his son for violating UH tithing laws lie gave him a jail sera f tenceI but later suspended It You got your portion of the fish when they wore on the table father said the sonlund jyou should be easy on mo But the pleadings hUll little effect JMllisJ1 In tho near future Mr Aycock tIs to have seventeen machines at tho start and expects to begin operation about October IGth By November 15th he will have 26 hands at work and will Increase them regularly from that on Ha baa not yet fully decided on a location but win do so this nfternoon some time Ho will later erect his own 11 1IJJ7 Si PabtuaI ttu-J J GENERAL CHAFFEE 1 Is Guest of Honor at Luncheon Giv en In Paris Paris Sopt 18 Minister of Wai Bortetix gave a military luncheon at tho ministry of war today In honor of General Cllnffcc of the United Slates army and staff Tho luncheon was attended by General Brugere commanding general of tho French army and other generals who have been taking part In tho grand military review l KILLING IN ILLINOIS New Comer Named Doe Killed Man at New Memphis iNow Memphis Ills Sept 18Last night at a dance Mitch Penson and a man known as Doc a new comer to the village quarreled aUlIIIDoc cut Pensona jugular veto He died in a few minutes and his assailant escaped SHOT THREE TIMES LAWYER ATTEMITJ SUICIDE AT ELKS HALL Robert E Poyntert While Despond rut Over FinanrliilI CoJIt lon Shoots Himself Mnyfleld b Sorjt 18AtGo- clock this morning In Elks hall In the reason building here Robert K Poynter one of the citys best known nien shot himself three timer two bullets In the side and one In the head and his condition Is very critical Ho came hero a few years ago from Glasgow as a printer He Is a Woodman of the World an Elk and a Woodman of America He was brokePoynter Is about 24 years old and la unmarried Ho is quite popular and the chances for his recovery are doubtful Some think he has a chance and others do not 1 POSTMAN TlKTUTlNBT Mi JiiwH G Clihl RC i IH n Pleas suit Trip nod Good Convention Postman Jesse 0 Curd returned last night from Portland Oregon whore he attended the national convention and reports a pleasant trip A number of changes were node by the convention notably In Insur once which has been given the mom hers of the letter carriers associa lions at about CO cents a thousand dollars A sliding scale will now she arranged and members charged In accordance with their age and tho Increase In rato will average about 70 per cent which Is satisfying to Curd while away visited tho Portland exposition Two KilledllnIExplosion Paris Sept 1SAn explosion to day at the works of the Paris Com pressed Air Co resulted In the death of two men and tho serious It jury of four As n consequence of tho ex plosion all prismatic clocks on the streets were stopped and the eleva tors In many hotels and apartment houses are put out of working order TflMVQt 0 MARKET Whent Open Close Dec 1 7C4 70 May 78 78 Corn Dee i v 39 14 311h May r i8 4 39 Dc Oats IIcI Iork Oct W82 1487 ritokll Oct Ti039 1031 Dec 1P39 1037 Jan 1042 1041 Cotton I C1S0 lSO Ii N 149 lGON itdg 119 120 A New Hosiery Mill tto be Established in Paducah by Mr Rupert C Aycock building 4rVfCr J MAYFIELD nilMr The name of the new factory will be the Aycock Holsery Mill and ho will make holsery exclusively to be known as Duster Browns Sister Hose The product will be all lisle and It Is understood will be shipped to Tennessee to be dyed Mr Aycock Is a popular younj man He has done much to make the Alden mills a success during the two years and n halt he has been there and that ho will make a success of his own factory Is not doubted lies a brotherinlaw of Dr J D Rob ertson f I NEW OASES WERE ONLY 24 YESTERDAY There Was Also u Falling Oft III Number of Deaths Three New Cases nt VIcksbiirR nut Only Otto Caws Reported nt PeiiNacoln f NO NEW ONES AT CINCINNATI Yesterdays Report Ntw cases 24 Total todate 2G71 Deaths yesterday 2I Total deaths 336 1V New foci CrUnder treatment 323 Cases discharged 1913 New Orleans La 18Sund- ay reports are usotilly lighter than week day reports but it wall not ex pected that the report would run as low as It dbl This leads to tho hope that the reports of this week will bo much lighter than last week The heavy report last weep IB attributed to the facto that overy ten or twelve days there la a marked Increase In the number of now cases showing a ro crudescence of the fever from cases not originally known Among the now cases Is DrCM Slmnely of Daratarlt the physician In charge of the district of Upper Hnratnria In Jefferson parish He has only a light case Two cases were reported from the charity hospital which came from Starder La In Tanglpahoo parish just across tho lake from New d1ttenns Past Assistant Surgeon Corput ro turned from Donnldsonville and Ba ton Hougo and says that ho traced the Baton Rouge case to Infection from New Orleans He found no oth er cases there Tho state board Is In receipt of re qifcsts from several localities In the state nuking that experts bo sent to jagno8Ql suspicious caBes pf fevpr and efforts are being made to com ply with all Some of these come sections of the state Which heretofore have been free of Infection Thin country reports for yesterday are as follows IKonner seven new cases one death Lnfourche Crossing two new cases La Rose one death Tallulah 59 new cases Dnratarla six Row cases Terre Bonne two days 21 new cases A At Pensacola Pensacola Fin Sept 18Tho yellow fever situation here showed Improvement again No new cases re ported to state board of health head quarters last night Ono New Cnso at Natchez Natchez Miss Sept 18Only one new case of yellow fever was re ported yesterday tho patient being Edward Evans sou of Mrs Evans reported sick of nine cases under treatment None at Cincinnati Cincinnati 0 Sept 18No new yellow fever cases were reported here yesterday At elVksbiirg Vicksburg Miss Sept 18 Throe now cases of yellow fever de veloped here yesterday all negroes MINISTER SOLD TINT They Owed Him Uncle Salary and Ho Needed tho Money Evnnsvllle Ind Sept ISRev- S Q dairies a Baptist who came here from Henderson IKy several weeks ago to take charge of tho lit tip Zion Baptist church yesterday sold the tent in which revivals were hold to a manager of a hoochle coo Chic show for 27 Ho said he had a right to sell tho tent as the mom hers lad not paid him his salary The doasons sought to have ttho minister arrested and after tho par npn lad remained In the custody of tile police officers several hours several of the faithful of his congregation raised the money and paid tho deacons what they demanded for tho tent nod Gaines was released HAUL OF 300 Made by Masked Men Who Blow Safe In New Jersey Porth Amberl N J Sept 18 Four masked men entered the office of the Amberl division of the public service corporation here early thin morning and after binding and gag King tho watchman blew open the Late and oscapJd with over live bun droll dollars j HEAVY LOSSES Munto Resulted to Chicago Fedcrnlloi of Labor Chicago Sept 18lIeavy losses financially and In membership have been suffered by the Chicago Federation of Labor as a result of strikes according to admissions made at n meeting Sunday when nine member of the executive board of the carrlag and wagon makers union voted pe cunlary assistancel In their trial for conspiracy to assault HEAVY RAINS Have Almost Stopped Business Near Kansas City IKansas City Sept 18Rain con tinues to pour down a total precipi tation In tho past ihree days of eight incites Wire and railroad com munication is almost suspended not a single passenger train having ar rived on time this morning THE SChOOLS ARE HAVINO A DIFFICULT TIMK JETTING A SUBSTITUTE There Iis None For the High School- Miss Morgan Tencher of Eng lish Still III The sy tem on which fche Paducab public schools are run Is pretty near ly as perfect as possible to establish but there Is one defect which neadt remedying and this Is in regard to substitutes in the High school Teachers who are employed In thlc department are paid a regular salary whether 111 or not but in cases of ill ness when a substitute is employed the teacher has to pay for It out of his or her own salary There Is no substitute because It Is hard to se cure one competent to teach In this department teachers who are of suf ficlent competency being supplied with good positions Miss Morgan Illness has caused A vacancy in the schools and U has been impossible to fill It Miss aiorgaattsacbes English In the High school and this branch of study has not yet been started Miss Morgan continuing ill this morning and being unable to be on JutyIt lIs a hard matter to fill anyplace In the High school because If a teacher Is competent to teach In this higher department she has a job and does not have to act as substitute a well known board member explained this morning and therefore you can see how hard It Is to secure a substitute We have tried to remedy this matter but it Is a hard question to cope with and we are at a loss to know how to proceed The schools are still hampered In a way by Illness Mss Morgan Prof Sugg and Miss Margaret Acker re malnlng 111 but only one position U vacant this the High school English department Supt Lolb will today attempt to find some one who tan teach English and Install him In the High school until Miss Morgan recovers LAYING imiOIt Between the Street Car Rails Oil South Thud Street Today Tho work or laying brick between the street car tracks on South Third street began today near Third and KentuckyI avenue None had been placed between the tracks becaus there were no brick on hand with the grooves cut Into them for the rails and the company could not fur nish the brick at the present time An agreement was reached by which the bricks are to be cut here at the expense of the manufacturers The work of laying the brick to nor ton street wlU probably reoulre a week HOMEWARD HO Secretary Tuft mid Party Have Start ed From Yokohama Washington Sept ISThe Bu reau of Insular affairs received a ca blegram today from Yokohama an pouncing the departure yesterday of Secretary Taft and party for the United States Printers Strike In Cincinnati Cincinnati Sept ISThe union employes of a dozen Job printing houses went on strike today to on force the eighthour law commenc ing next January Tho employes of other firms will go out when the ds mands are refused Funeral of Mayor Collins Boston Sept 18Tho funeral of the late Mayor Collins occurred this morning from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Governor Douglas and many other prominent men at tended There was solemn requiem mass but no eulogy BULLETS FLYING ON CAIROS STREETS Two White Men Fatally Shot In us Many Niglifo Al Anderson Shot In the Ilcnil by Alva Gnynion Negro Shoots Three Men In Crowd SHOOTING AT NONE OP THRU Cairo 11 Sept I8Calro has had two fatal shooting scrapes In two days The first was Saturday night When one white man was fatally and two negroes seriously shot and the other was Sunday night when one white man was fatally shot The affray last night will cost Al Anderson a barber his life James Gilmore a plumber and Al va Guymon are charged with the shooting bate Ouymon Is the man who fired the shot The trouble oc curred over Quymons alleged atten tions to Mrs Anderson and the col lection of an Insurance policy An dersons daughter died Saturday and he went to the house for the first time in several months He and duy mon went together and had been drinking Anderson It seems want ed to collect the Insurance policy for his wife from whom he was separat ed and a quarrel arose The men went to a saloon and the shooting followed a short time at terwards In a scrimmage on the side walk It Is claimed that Anderson was shot with his own pistol He was hit In the forehead and fatally hurtA negro did the shooting Satur day three men all Innocent bystanders being the victims With but one arm the other hang Ing paralyzed and broken at his side George Martin a negro Saturday night fired twice Into a crowd fatal ly wounding George Bruce white and seriously wounding Arthur and Charles Drown both negroes Martin had a quarrel with Tom Mitchell also a negro and threaten ed to shoot Mitchell grabbed the shotgun and usljng It as a club broke Martins withered arm It will have to be amputated Martin was taken Into a nearby saloon for treatment and Mitchell gave the gun to the bar tender He gave It back to Martin Martin walked to the door and fired at Mitchell A large crowd was gath ered at the corner one of the busl est in Cairo and the first shot hit George Bruce in the stomach Druce Is a clerk in Rhodes Burfords Cairo thenkreloadedstruck Arthur Williams In the leg and Charles Brown In the arm Will Burton formerly a member oC the Paducah fire department went to Druces assistance Martin Is in jail MAY LOSE FOOT Will Kirk Colored Has Serious Accident nt Brick Yard Will Kirk colored employed at the Chamblin Murray brick yard on the South Side met with a serl ous accident this morning which may cause him to lose his right foot He wag working with a tram car loaded with brick and his foot was run over The weight of the car mashed the bones and Inflicted a very serious Injury Physicians were call ed and dressed the foot but may later have to amputate It the extent of the Injury not yet beIng known Unless blood poison or gangrene sets up the member may be saved IlKV W H PINKERTON Has Quito n Painful Accident at the Christian Church While moving a piano this after noon at the First Christian church the Instrument fell over and caught Rev W H Pinkertons left toot painfully mashing two or three toes and disabling him temporarily O M NEELY DEAD Had Lived ITem About Four Years mitt Leaves Family Mr Charles Matlock Neely a well lknown painter 62 years of age died CladstreetIllness He was born In Macon coun ty Tenn and had lived In Paducah bout four years lie leaves a wife and five children The funeral took place this afternoon burial at Oak Grove cemetery Wheel Committee Met- A meeting of the Metal Wheel fac tory committee was held this morn Ing and It was decided to go to work tomorrow morning soliciting subscrip tlona for the 110000 stock j1I it S ti a In Paducah and McCracken County Inoro people read The Snn than any other paper JAPANESE RIOTS Are Not Indicative of Any AntlAr nicrlcnn Folios Oyster Bay Sept ISPresldent Roosevelt today received a cablegram front Secretary Taft bearing on the Japanese riots and assures the presl dent that the disturbances woro caused fiy the disappointing outcome of tho Portsmouth peace negotiations and Is not Indicative of any antagon- Ism toward Americans In fact he says there Is no trace of nnttYorolgi feeling among the rioters- PARf71VELL BANQUET I Will Bo Given to U S Consul General asontBerlin Sept 18A farewell ban quet will be given tonight to United States Consul General Mason who lists been transferred to Paris Am bassador Tower will act as toastmas ter BROTHERS HURT WILL AND VALUE DAVIS SCALD ED ON STEAMBOATS They Aro Brothers and Marin- oEngineersInjuries Are Not Serious Cairo Ill Sept 18On a bed at St Marys Infirmary lies William Davis tossing and suffering untold agony from horrible scalds on his lower limbs On the bed adjoining Is Vollie Da vis hits brother who is in as much if not more agony than William He too Is suffering from scalds which baked the flesh from his waist to his toesThe brothers are marine engineers They received their hurts while on duty In the engine rooms of boats in exactly similar accidents William was scalded Saturday Vollie was scalded Friday William Davis left Cairo on the steamer Pacific No2 Friday morn ing yhile the boat was 100 miles above hero a joint of the exhaust valve of the doctor suddenly blew out Instantly the room was filled with steam Before Davis who was on watch could escape front the en gone room the flesh on his legs from the knees down was terribly burned Vollie Davis an engineer on the Beaver left Cairo several days since Whnle the boat was 26 miles below New Madrid Mo a joint of the safe ty valve of the doctor blew out Davis was blown several feet Before he could be rescued his flesh from the waist down had been cook- ed1 Neither brother knew that the other was hurt until the ambulance delivered William at the hospital Wlll is not badly scalded as his brother and will probably bo able to leave the Infirmary in a few days RUNAWAY HORSE Strikes Two Little Girls and Painful ly Hurts One A horse owned by John Bedford colored and driven by Brooks Ran dall colored ran away near Seventh and Washington this afternoon the animal becoming frightened over the trace breaking- At Seventh and Kentucky on the next block little Sarah Smith aged C years daughter of Capt Henry Smith was run over and her limbs painfully bruised and It Is thought her collar bone broken Battle Brown aged 7 who was with the Smith child waif also knock ed down but escaped serious Injury DEATH SENTENCE Given Negro at Winchester For Crim inal Assault Winchester Ky Sept 18In cir cult court today Sam HIsle the negro convicted of criminal assault was sentenced to be hanged Oct 19 His counsel announced there would be no appeal The execution will occur at the appointed time J H Hummer Killed by Train Franklin Ky Spt 18J H Hummer aged seventyfour and a prominent man was run down and killed by a passenger train this morn Ing lIe leaves a widow and three children No Quorum present A meeting of tho city board of health was called for today but war pot held as a quorum failed to show tsp The meeting was to consider a number at sanitary matters and may be held tonight or tomorrow- S Unroll Komura netter Now York Sept 1SUaron Ko mums condition continues to 1m prpve and his convalescence may be sa II to bj welt established i tt itt a I MURDERED MANS WAS FOUND PeopleBODY No vbern Tonn I Aroused at Brutal Crime Sim Tuckers Decomposed Remains Found In Woodohlo Man Heard Cries mill Suicided DOUBLE TRAOEDY AT PITSBURG J Dyernburg Tonn Sept 18Infor mation was received hero ota grew some tragedy committed a few miles north of Newborn In this county a week ago A posse of citi zens of Newbern after searching for several hours found the body of Sim Tucker a well known man of that section hid beneath a log in Oblon river bottom Tho condition of the body showed that the man had been murdered there being several s gunshot wounds in H and the head bore evidences of having been smashed with a club From the environments It was also evident that tho murderer had carefully laid his plans to conceal the body but had bungled his work for wagon tracks led up to the spot and the disordered state of the immediate surroundings led to the discovery of the place of concealment Tucker had been missing since Monday but his absence did not attract t particular notice until the lat ter part of the week It was known that he had had trouble with his former employer G W Raspberry an old man who had discharged him i lzposedlz Shortly attar this Raspberry and his bn wife had a quarrel about Tucker and she left him and consulted a lawyer here about filing a suit for divorce These facts were correlated in some minds and a theory thought out and talked about connecing Raspberry reaching his ears Raspaberry locked up his house on Friday and left for parts unknown 4 + Raspberry still being Away and all efforts to find him proving unavail inglt was decided to begin a search at his house The posse left Newborn early and on reaching Raspberrys farm three miles north of Newbern began to overturn the place One of the wagons in the wagon shed was stained with blood and aroundEs tho barnyard were fresh tracks that fitted the tires of this vehicles ThIs trail was token up and followed with all the closeness of an Indian tracts Ing through the primeval foresttt The farther It led from the house tthe elearer it became and it never ended until it had reached the spot in Oblon river bottom whore the body of Tucker In a decomposed con dition was found The remains were exhumed and taken back to Newbern for burial There Is nothing save clrcumstan evidence to connect Raspberry with this crime but the citizens of Now bern and its Immediate vicinity have raised 100 which is offered as a re ward for his arrest Childs Cries Haunted Him Cleveland 0 Sept 18Haunted for years by the memory of his onlyschild and her cries as she laurnedtoadeath Erand Errett a printer from Cincinnati committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid tn the Hotel I Utica a cheap lodging house at Bol Iver and Erie streets In fho hotel Friday Errett told a waiter the cause of his despondency My wife died six years ago and the little girl was my only comfort he said One day the childs cloth r Ing caught fire and she burned to death I can still hear the childs cries Papa papa dont let me die she cried In the night of late I have seen her face and then I would dream I heard her cry Ilert my home after she was burled and things havent been going right with me since I cannot work as I used to and I have tramped around the coup try earning a mere livelihood I can not Stand it much longer Killed Two With Pistol Plttsburg Pa Sept 18During a quarrel Nannie Quincy of 1209 Locust street was killed by her son inlaw Bud Williams He shot her tthrough the head and turned tho re volver on Charles Quincy a stepson of the woman Tho bullets entered tho mouth and stomach of Quincy who will die Williams put up a stiff fight against arrest but was over powered i Death In Clarks River Section Mrs Eva Slate the wife or Aaron Slate age 23 filed Saturday night In the Clarks river section and the body was burled yesterday at Clarks river cemetery services from the residence She leaves a husbandvA distinguished scientist estimates the age of the world at 500000000 year r fit wwYTJLUF t i I rtTEMONDAYt B PTImntm 18 ij ijPOpTWO n ForJtheII1II Little Ones Keep Their Digestion Perfect I I rNothing as Stuarts is so Dyspepsia Safe and Pleasant Tablets haTe round mostThofSandsotmeoaadRom the ftst and any form of Indigestion or itomach trouble Thousand of people who are not suck but are well and wish to keep well tnko Stuart Tablets after every meal to Iniuro perfect dlftcitlon and avoid trouble But It li not generally known that the Tablets are Just M good and wholesome for little folks ai for their elders Little children who are pale thin and naro no appetite or do not grow or thrive ihould usethe Tableti utter eating and will derive great tbenefit from them Mn aA Crotsley 538 WashIngton Hoboken New Jersey writes Stuarf lyi pepiU Tablets Just nit the bill for chil dren ai well as for older folki 1vo had the I beat of luck with them My threeyear old girl takes them as readily ai candy I have only to say Tablets and shedrojn every thing else and runs lot them A Buffalo mother a short time ago who despaired of the file of her babe was to bdelightedwith the results from giving the child theseTabloti that she wont before the 1 1notarypublic of Erie Co X Y and made the following affidavits Gentlemen Stuarti Dyspepsia Tablets trT rTr The West Kentucky Coal Co Phone 254 THE BEST KENTUCKY COAL 13cNut 12C Kentucky Coal sells these prices but theres world difference coaland ordinary ThingsEFISHER SINKS PASS INSPECTION ELECTRICAL 223 CONTRACTORSI Prof Jjocbs Discoveries San Francisco Cal ISAn other forward step has been made by Prof Loeb of the physiology depart ment of the university of California In experiments In regard creating artificial generation of life In eggs of the sea urchin and starfish HIS latest Is that certain sub stance the egg Is exuded at tho moment of feltlllzatlon and that this forms the fertilization membrane So long as this substance remains in the egg IMs not capable of fertilization Any chemical wHIch will drive out this substance and form memo brane will produce life the egg Prof Loci found that starfish eggs solutionssas sea urchin eggs are Up to the time of fertilization starfbsh wore recommended to me for my two monthsold baby which was sick and puny rind the doctor said was tufletliiR from indigestion 1 took the child to tho hospital but there found no relief A friend men tloned tho Stuart TabletWand I procured a box from my druggist and used only the large sweet lozenges In tho box and was delighted to find they were Just the thing for my baby I feel Justified In saying that Stuart Dyspepsia Tablets saved my childs life MM VT DRTiivrtK Subscribed and sworn to before mo this IMhdayof April U 7IIRNHV KAItlX Notary Public In and for Erlo JfY- Tor babies no matter how young or dell cate the tablets will accomplish wonders In Increasing flesh appellto nnd growth Use only the large sweet la lets lu every box Fullsized boxes ar soli by alldrug gists for CO cents and tin 1 chant should nested tho use of this sate Iicmedy for all stomach and bowel troubles It the child Is ailing In any way regarding Its food or as limitation Stuart Dyspepsia Tablets have teen known for years as the best preparation for all stomach troubles whether lu adults or Infants v e Lump I AH at a of in our 4 I thelI l r1 TO ALL 0 I S Sept to discovery In In precisely Co eggs require oxygen for their devel opment but when mature they soon died under the action of oxygen un less they receive the male element As soon as eggs are fertilized they thrive by exposure to oxygen Prof Loeb believes that his latest discover will aid him greatly lu the arty tidal productions of life Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendldltis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful dig eases there is just one reliable rem edy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place ChICago says Whey have no equalI for Constipation and Biliousness 20s at W B McPhersons druggist S 4st o 1 For Goodness and Healths Sake 1 Drin- kImperial Seal Beer 1- e The King of Bottled Beers i I j 1 FOR SALE BY Jake Biederrnan Grocery and Baking Company7 INCORPORATED Both Phones 99 I 1 t t T INDIANS ALL HADE GOOD TillS SEASON I J Lund Holmnnan null Plait llnvc lone Well Iniul Will Bo Here Soon for the llItl1rIC1 1 T Holds Meet- Ing Sunday I 1 YKSTKHDAYS DASKIIALL CJAMKSl I Grover Land the star catcher for the Indians during tho past two sea sons of the Kitty league has made good In the American Association and although ho will winter In Paducah will beyond a doubt go In to faster company next season Land left Paducah several weeks ago to finish the season with the To ledo team of the American Association nnd although his batting naturally has not been so good as It was here he Is leading the club In field ing In a letter to The Sun Land states that his batting percentage since hv went to the American Association U 251 a very good average for a catch ere His arm troubles him a little be Cause of the lake breeze he being used to working In a hotter section and unhampered by the lake breeze and other drawbacks one meets with after playing In the south He stated ho Intended coming back to Paducah but would first visit his home In Frankfort He will leave Toledo 0 on Wednesday for home and after a short visit to relatives will come to PaducahLand Platt and Dohannan the only three men besides Buck Free man the Indians put Into faster com pany have all made good and this Is one fact In support of the superl ority of the Indians as a team to any other team In the Kitty league A howl went up from Vlncennes when It was announced that Lloyd would jlalm the pennant when the meeting Is held Sunday at Vln cennes and the press began telling of the superior points of the Hoosier team to the Indians Not a man the Vlncennes team placed In faster company has made good Barbour failed with Louisville Rube WhIt- ley with New York and Bonno fell down twice In one season In faster companyAs the Paducah players Bo hannan has made an excellent show- Ing with Nashville nnd Platt and Land have done more than hold their own with Toledo Lloyd expects to see McClain ant Eddie Tay for drafted Wlieh the drafting sea son comes around I Olllclal Call Made I President Charles Brown yesterday made the official call for a meet- Ing of the Kitty league at Vlncennes I Ind on Sunday the 24th He will bin e attendanceand also will Mr Qua Thompson president of the local as sociation On account of the failure of Princeton to hold up and the general slump In attendance It Iis more than probable a new will be formed the name Kitty league to be retained rndiirnh Lost at Metropolis The Centrals went to Metropolis yesterday and Dick Brahlc one of the star twirlers for the Kitty league was knocked sky high The Centrals were whipped by a score of 11 to 2 and did not have a show from the start Battery for the Central team Brahlc and Smith Yesterday the L A L team wen to Princeton Ky to play but gameI was stopped In the fourth Inning brain y At this time the score stood 2 1to 0 In favor of the L A L team and the locals seemed to have It on the Princeton team DIcke and Brahlc were the battery for the lL A IL team TUB NATIONAL flAMKS National League Saturdays games St LouisChicago rain Cincinnati G PIttsburg 0 Brooklyn 2 Philadelphia 0 first gameBrooklyn 4 Philadelphia 4 second game Called at end of seventh darknessBoston 1 New York 7 Hrst game Boston 1 New York 3 second game American League Saturdays games New York 5 Washington 2 first game New York 0 Washington 3 sec ond game Ten Innings Philadelphia G Boston 2 Detroit G Cleveland 2 Chicago 12 St Louis 7 Sundays lily Oames National League Chicago 24f St Louts 33 Wholesome sweet and pure ingredients used in Stutzs Candies TLtff TIlT rhlcagor St Louis 11 Detroit 2 lily LvdKiio Standing W L Pet Famous 10 9 620 L A bI11 14 1136M 444 J Amerlniii Association At Milwaukee Mllwauke 7 St Paul 6- Second GameSt Paul 0 Mil waukee 3 At Columbus Columbus 2 Lou isville 0- Second meColumbus 1 Lou 1svlll 0 At lihtnsas City Minneapolis 3 Kansas Oily 3 Ten Innings Southern League Memphis 7 i Little Rock 4 Sntimlnys Tennis Mud lies In the two sets played by Palmer and Palmer vs Bleacher and Adams at the Y M C A courts Saturday afternoon the Palmer boys won In the first game by a score of 7 to 6 In the Eccdnd by a score of C to 4 L2hettriol Ne ers Joe Cohn advance agent of The Rajah of Bhong is at the Palmer House today If that entertaining war play Polly Primrose Is greeted when it comes to The Kentucky on tomorrow night by the audience of the size that have laughed and cried over It In other cities the Kentucky will be Inadequate to hold all who will crowd to see It Its progress throughout the country has been an unbroken series of ovations and the great throngs have gone away even more pleased with their evenings performance than they had expected to be when they bought their seats 1t IIs as full of excitement as of fun and as full of fun as of excltment and Is pronounced by the critics of the leading newspapers to be the most attractively blended story of the Rebellion ever put on the stage The rise of the Kentucky curtain on It here on Tuesday will mark an ep och In the theatrical annals of this city Mr Dan Williamson manager of the Cairo Opera house was In lima city today en route to Hopklnsvlllc Mr Williamson has embarked In the theatrlal business right this year In the parlance of the profession lie IfI the angel for the Polly Primrose company which comes to The Ken tucky tonight He has many friends Jn Paducah Who hope his venture will be very successful The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his loo from Liver and Kidney wasii In a recent letter he says I nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a BOc bottle of your great Electric Bitters themethe best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you tho knowl edge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Bil iousness and Kidney Disease by W B McPherson druggist at SOc a bot tie TWO XHW ORDINANCES Will lie trendy For Tonights Council Meeting- t l Th9re will be but two new ordi nances ready for the council tonight These are the ferry franchise sale ordinance and the ordinance for the gradIng and graveling of Nineteenth street from Broadway through ttoo Guthrle avenue then to the Maylleld road The city solicitor has several ordinances to prepare but could nol timid time to have them ready by night Beautiful Women Plump cheeks flushed with the soft glow of health and a pure com plexion make nil women beautiful Take a small dose of Herblne after each meal It will prevent constipa flea and help digest what you have eaten Mrs Wjn M Stroud Mid lothlan Tex writes May 31 1901 We have used Herblne in our family for eight years and found It the best medicine we ever used for constipation bilious fever and malaria Sold by Alvey List and G cei IColb Coroner Held Inquest Coroner Charles Crow was yesterday called to Inquire Into the death of Mary B Adams InfantI child on South Tenth street It was three weeks old and the evidence showed died from natural causes The woman Is colored The nice Increase inl our busi ness since the first of the year Is very encouraging to us PADUCAH BANKING CO If You t Want COAL That Will Give Satisfaction Order Ourii 1Famoust Lump and Dixie Eglgifor the stove and grate 1 13ctAndour Kentucky Gem Nut for the ran geww L I12c I- JOIINSTONDENKERCOALCO te Office ancl Yard Fourteenth and Tennessee Streets t Both Phones 203 1 l- Lt j HAlt WIIIHKKY Causes Much Shooting and Many Casualties War Memphis I I Memphis Tenn Sept 18 More I than 100 shots were fired In a race riot nt CJermantown Constable Scott was dangerously wounded and an other white militia named lirftwor whott came to his aid shut in limo head I Too Smith the negro who started time trouble was Instantly lkilled three 1 more badly wounded and others slightly The whites were finally dri veil oft bearing their wounded un der a scattering fire from the IrOii groesAbout a thousand negroes from Cordova and Germantown gathered for a barbecue and to race their horses and whiskey tlowed freely When Smith attempted to prevent the Cordova negroes from racing Countable Scott tried to make an arrest and the trouble started Scott killed Smith after being struck by three bullets NiKlectitl Colds Every part of the mucous membrane the nose throat ears head and lungs etc are subjected to disease and blight from neglected colds Ballnrds horehound Syrup Is a pleasant and most effective remedy W Akendrlck Valley Mills Tex writes I have used Mallards Hore hound Syrup for coughs and throat I troubles it Is a pleasant and most effective remedy I Sold by Ahoy List and O C C Kolb Have you seen Mrs Austins Now Dress Che Kentucky Telephone las TUESDAY NIGHT SEPT The Dainty Comedienne CAROL And Her Select Company In Paul Wilstachs Comedy i Old Georgetown Polly I9zo Original Complete Produc lion and Accessories Management of D L 1 Irlns 2C Lie SOp 71o liH1 4FOUR NIGHTS With Big Matinee I Saturday I Commencini WedI Sept Something new in the Amusement Field THE WORLD IN MOTiON Including T V StocksIPrlsian Novelty I LA PROTEA GRACE GILMORE HAMILTONr Lyceum Entertainer MISS LULU KONURI Soprano Soloist SEE The Labor Day Parade The Thirty Kentucky Regimental Camp Yeiser- 1KICKS Night 18c 25c 35c 50c- Mutlwv Adults iirj rlilldmi inc Seats on Salt Tuesday 9 avm J DRAUGHONTS IPntlucnh 314 Bwti I POSITION May deposit tiionojr for tuition lu other liuslniwi college what Harvard and Yale ore to aciulcinlcx ITIT ITIT ITIT ITIT ITIT PRACTICAL BUSINESSCLIEGE Night ttnd Day INootllonIsolaryIn SCHOLARSHIP FREE To those who llookhcftjilnK IT StiorilmnU we will give ttnhlp frco lu IVnumtntilp Malliiumtlca cuss Hielllntr IluMnftiw letter Wrltlnv lralteII1luatlon rte the literary briinrhra that earn for jou jour llltKAl ANI IIUTTKII u V THE PADUCAH REALTY CO Buys and Sells Real Estate Generally Any Kind and in Any Part ol the City Will pay you a lair cash price for your property il It can duse the property Will sell you a home ou tterms to suit your own con venience Can make your rents with slight additions pay for your yt house 1 rA1wnysmoney in the city Can supply your wants In most any purl of the city t Can savi you money if you want lo buy or sell rOffice in Irnterntly Building JRoom an Tale the IrIIJ M WORTENPVoM- liloMt mid Qonortil Mummer e- aXJiSXaXX7iX1CX7ClilpiXXXf n IgCXXXX CXXrX XliXXXSatXx a Its Good and Its Healthful a- r 9 Doctors say there is nothing better fora i ofI jjf BELVEDEREThe Master Brew Every man who has ever tried it will say it is thet t best beer that ever trickled down his throat ff- taste it has a flavor all its ownapeculiarly satisfyingt that comes from the pure malt and carefully 1 selected hops frf Ask for BELVEDERE1 THE MASTER BREW t Paclucali Brewery Co f Pmlucali Ky fXXXXX Ii7 iCXXXXI X9C7 CXXXXXXXXXXXXCXXCXXXXXXKa- aRliiWV ttSLL ft MONEY TO LOAN Ben Michael211 BROADWAY The Leading Licensed Pawnbroker Iof Paducah to loan on all personal valuables Diamonds1Money Watches Guns Pistols Etc All Business Strictly Confidential Bargains in Unredeemed Pledges WATCHRS AND JRWRLRY RRPA1UKD AT HAil run lt A llnul IA I niiM HA 1 211L Bod211s Broadway TELEPHONE GROWTH The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph company tins Issued a f statement of Its business for the mouth of August and the Increase In the number of subscribers is shown an follows 3SINumber1 Number discontinued 1 29C2 Net Increase 791 Total subscribers August Ul 1905 132126 e U T r I r rncitauuvmttii Tnititil4- IlI I I 1 First We Told You to 1 Z fli I i I And thenwe I toldyuf j to I f IL 1r l I I w a 1y1 1r fi f t Then We saldI t j J and nowf we s y1 j I AIti 4 J 4t y A f i If r n r R I I e Rii4rn i What do you think fan offer like that No store could think of m kingtheseterms unless they had a ra ng thatewill make you an enthusiastic and everlasting friend to us J 4 We put a Bucks Range Cook Stove or Heater up in your kitchen or parlor right away end you pay for it just as you can afford That surely shows our confidence in BUCKStThere are no strings tied to this proposition atallllit is just as we say tt fl Outside of having every good feature thatt any Range in the world possesses the Bucks have these EXCLU SIVE FEATURESIWhite enameled cast oven doors plates andracks You can keep your oven as sweet and clean as a china dish Heavy lids and cross centers constructed with thin heating ring The heat ofa match will heat a Bucks lid all the way through Bucks cook staves and ranges have corrugated cast top oven protection No other range has this Your oven cant burn through The asbestos support is in an open cast fretwork frame A most exclusive fraturcrn I v All raw edges of steelare covered withasbestos and cast plates Practical men best understand the value of this r Fire boxes in all Bucks steel ranges arc construct ed to meet the requirements of LOCAL fuel condi tions Hot blast lire box linings in Bucks ranges They mean a great saving i Open throat duplex graces4 reversible for cod or r i wood r Y v 1 r EVERYThING TO FURNIStVtHEHQMEtI 1 112414116 NocthFourth Street Padt chKy d II S P 7rr ar I c- r I PAGE FODB Hll i PlDUOAH EVE l1S sONDaYs1TCifER JH iht d t aiht t tlje Jlaimcalj 8m t WEEKLYRBY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO it INCORPORATED F jUiE M Freaxn Pruldcntn4 Editor KDWIW J PAXIOII Genera ntaf Ice SUBSCRIPTION RATES KnMred t the postofflco it Ptdncah ay ass teoond clMi matter d TUB DAILY SUN By carrier per wcekI 10 By man per month In wlT nee fJ By null per rear In advance 460 TUE WEEKLY SUN a rear by mall pollar8 plldIIIOAddrew TUE SUN ducriigy Onto us South Third I TitwHOira No w OBteuo Office E B Ortorw IB tout ISM Tribune Building THE BUN DAW roaD on w OLLOW too rrtcaa R D Clement II Oo a Van CUIIUDro- wPslmer House l 1T1 Y MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18 uwVLATION 8TATEJOIlfII I Aug 13688 Aug 103098- Au 23674 Aug 173702I Aug 33671 Aug 183706 Aug 43707 Aug 193707 Aug 63687 Aug213710- A t 22370673729 AuggjI jI I Aug 83767 Aug 233718 Aug 1372S Aug 343712A- ug 103714 AUg 263699 Aug 113720 Aug 263699A- ugr 123706 Altg 283694- Aug I 143703 Aug 293697 Aug 163698 Aug 303702- Aug 313701 rTotal 10003- I ft August3706aAverage for August 1904 2864 Increase 841 Personally appeared before me this day E J Paxton general mana ger of The Sun who affirms that the above statement of the circulation of The Sun for the month of August 1906 is true tp the best ofhIs knowl edge and beliefPETER PURYEARNotary r My commission expire January t 22 1908 Ju iI1l1 TIi iugtttV I IHotteaches best who knows the tomhearts of otters through his own strength or weakness FIGHTING TilE WHITE PLAGUE Louisville has Inaugurated a cru sade against disease which every city and town in Kentucky aa well as everywhere elsewould do welt to emulate It is a concerted sci entific fight agaInst consumption the white plaguethe disease which kills more than cholerafcdlph therla smallpox yellow fever and every other disease combined It la true In Paducah perhaps as well as elsewhere Here we have no means of finding out the number of deaths and cause therefore as they have in other cities owing to the fact that I IItis one of the ways the health au- thorIties have of conducting their of ficial business and If they ever give out tho number and causes of deaths no one bas heard of it r Every city should begin a fight against tuberculosis however and begin it now The Louisville Herald covers the ground in the following t S SKentucky has now an earnest andr thoroughly representative AntlTu borculosls Association The object of the society is human betterment by an organized scientific fight on the white plague which annually de vastates the country carrying off many more victims than yellow fever or other dreaded diseases The cen sus figures for 1900 show a total of 54 898 deaths from consumption and general tuberculosis for a regis tration area embracing Jen states and 153 registrations representing a population of 28807209 or abode 38 per cent of the total population of the United States The total for the same area in 1890 was 48236 Deaths from consumption and gen eral tuberculosis in 1900 wore 1905 against 2464 in 189b a falling off of 49Dut as the mortality statistics considered worthy of use by the cen sus department are limited to a comparatively small area and popula tion they fall to mirror exactly the awful havoc wrought by this fearful monster throughout tho entire country Exact figures would we appre hend show a most lamentable and needless slaughter of the race Kon Lucky is a sufferer to an extent which Is becoming ntolrfrabfe1 from the ravages of consumption Hero It car ries off annually hundreds of victims who by prevention or cure might have been saved to home friends and F state The able earnest and human body of gentlemen who havo organlz ed the Kentucky AntiTuberculosis Society have addressed themselves judiciously to tho cuppresslou of the plague now annually devastating the firesides of Kentucky At a meeting of the board of directors of the socie ty held tho other night in Room 515 New Masonic building competent active and energetic committees were struck to promote tho movement Tho city press tho medical profession the respectable thoughtful helpful citizenship of Louisville generally are fittingly represented on thO various committees Dut the movement In a state not a mere city organization Its presi dent Mr W C Nones a gentleman of wellknown business ablllly and executive power Is assisted by offi cers of merit and fitness and by a board of directors equal to tho task they have so generously assumed Every city and all the counties In the state should assist in giving this no ble humane movement the depth and breadth and current It deserves The effort Is for human betterment for family protection for the common welfare and happiness of all time state o The principal grievance of the democrats In the matter of life Insur anco companies contributing to the republican campaign fund seems to be that the democrats were over looked Theres nothing remarkable or reprehenslve however In the con tribution All institutions largo and small depend on the country + s pros perity to survive and the republican party stands for prosperity It Is merely a ease of selfpreservation to assist In d republican victory It has been said that the great minds of the country are allied principally with tho life Insurance companies finan ciaI Institutions railroads and federal government It Is not remarka ble that the latter are all loyal to the republican party o New Orleans has Inaugurated a crusade to take health affairs out of politics It Isa good idea Polltcs for politicians legislation for lawyers or men equally as well informed bus iness for business men and health for the medical fraternity is a good motto The plan is to have the boards of health appointed by the medical fraternity It Is a splendid idea In that way capable unselfish disinter ested men are likely to be appointed It will keep many a numskull oft such boards Kentucky should try It and a little of It wouldnt hurt Paducah o Thomas Taggart has emerged from the cobwebs of oblivion long enough to say that a certain life insurance company did not contribute to the democratic campaign fund Thomas does not assert however that a con tribution would have been spurned by the democratic committee a The delay that has already dis graced street Improvements In Padu- cah Is toad enough without making matters worse by compelling con tractors to tear up the streets and put down material in cold weather o Up In Livingston county they have a fusion ticket which the democrats have deprecatingly dubbed the Mule Ticket The democratic appellation may be happily selected xis It maybe another case of lice Haw c NEW COAL COMPANY The Wft Kentucky I14 to Shortly Build a New Townl Sturgis Ky Sept lBThe Wes Kentucky Coal company of Sturgis owned by the big North American company of New York which recent ly bought and merged all tho large collieries in this section Including large Interests in Paducah has adver used for bids on the building of 400 brick and frame buildings to Ibe erect ed on a site two and a half miles west of Sturgis where they have laid out a new town to be called Gardiner In honor of the president of the company LouiMvlllc Jliiees and Horse Show For the above occasions the Illi nois Central Bailroad company wUiI on September 16th and lath sell tickets 4o Louisville and return for 9896 good returning until October 9th and on September 17th to 30th Inclusively at the same rate good returning three days from dato ot saleI and on October 1st to 7th inJ elusive good returning until October 9th J T DONOVAN Agent Paducah Ky G C WAUPIETLt T A Union Depot Leather Goods e As the time has come when a ladles purse is one of the most essential par s of her dress we have put forth our best efforts to supply the ladies of Paducah with everything new and up to date in Purses Card Cases and Wrist Bags ranging in price from one to twenty dollars We also have a swell line of gents Purses and Card Cases from twentyfive cents to five dollarsIt be to your inctcst to see our line before buyi- ngMcPHERSOINS DRUG STORE Fourth and Braadway THE MOUNT CASE WAS CONTINUED Sot for the Fourth Day of tho December Term Only One Convlrllott This Morning Jrantl Jury Itvtunm nl Indict menu nnd Dismisses Two NEWS OK TIIK OTHER COUNTS There were but two felony cases set for trial today In tho McCracken circuit court and both wore continued on account of the absence of witnesses There being little other business Judge Reed adjourned at 10 oclock for the day The case agaInst Willis Mount for the murder of Willis Nutty a jockey was continued because of the absence of witnesses and set for the 4th day of the December term Tho continu ance was moved for last week when the case came up regularly for trial an affidavit being tiled setting up tho absence of witnesses as a plea for continuance The court continued tho case until today In order to give time to procure tho witnesses but none showing up a permanent con tinuation was ordered All witnesses summoned were recognized for their appearance at the next term of court Alex Yeltlma known as Slickand Harry Phillips charged with steal Ing a watch from Joe Warford wore granted a continuance on account ot the absence of witnesses and set for the 2d day The grand Jury returned three in dictments this morning and the min utes of tine examining court In two other cases marked dismissed New Indictments Tho indictments One against Frank Hodgo color cd charged with tho theft of a case of surgical instruments valued at 40 the property ofDr D T Hall One against George Murphy for petty larceny charged with the theft of a bicycle from Mr Henry Mammen One against Dclllo Marthel charg ed with forging an order on the Pa ducah Water Co The minutes of the examining court in the cases against Sardls Hart colored charged with mali cious shooting and James Owen charged with shooting at James Dunn wera returned marked die missedThe case against Percy WIHlamo colored charged with breaking into the Denker saloon was resubmitted to the grand jury a defect in the In dictment having been found One Conviction Today Judge Reed took up the case against Dellle Marthel for forgery and the defendant pleading guilty the case required but a few min utes The defendant was given two years In the penitentiary Minor Court Notes W T Cockrell and J S Evans petit jurors were excused and W T Byrd and I Nnuhelm substituted- In the civil action of the Sweet Valley Wine Co against the O L Gregory Vinegar Co a confessed judgment for 807 was flied The civil action of J W lute against Monroe Carneal was dismiss ed and settled An order for attendance on Eze keal West of Birds Point Mo as a witness In the Porter Hart colored murder case was Work of IssuedII The grand jury jail cases several having been refer red from police court since the jury was empaneled and keeping the Jurors busy working on late business There are about seven or eight more jail cases to look Into nail It is probable no more will be done in then H Loving matter before Wednes day Mr V1 Blow against whom an attachment was issued to appear before the jury was heard lito last weekThere arc several other witnesses to hear but they are vjtiiln uuy reach and can bo gotten vltliln a tow minutes Commonwealths Attorney John Lovett stated this afternoon that tao report that the jury would InvesU gate the death of Mrs II T Hesslij was unfounded as there was no evidence they know of that would jus tify an indictment or Investigation Deeds M J Emery to C W MerrlvtuathB- UOUBJOPISU03 JOtJJO pun It JJ JO property In tho county v M J Wood and others to R JJ Buldry for 9700 property In the county W P Mlnnlch to Cora Bryant for 160 property In the Fisher addi tionJ 0 Probiis and others to Mrs Louise M Metzger for 1676 proper ty in the Metzger addition Frank T Davis to J C Maret for 910 and other consideration prop erty near Cray and 12th streets C C Pierce to J B Stcger for 000 property In the county Election Commissioners Meet Mr Will Farley and Mr Lem B Oglivle election commissioners for McCracken county and Sheriff Pot ter who nets as a referee are meet Ing at the county court hoice this of FOR RENT NEW BRICK RESIDENCE No 1120 Jefferson Street No 1122 Jefferson Street 7 rooms and bath all improvements Lots 50x165 to alley 16 ft 135 00 per month NEW BRICK RESIDENCE No 1606 Jefferson Street 7 rooms and bath improvements Lot 40x165 to alley 16 ft 30 oo per month NEW BRICK RESIDENCE No 203 Fountain Avenue 7 rooms and bath all improvements- Lot 49x150 to alley 15 ftt 833 Jti per month FOR SALE No 923 NortL Sixth Street house 4 rooms lot 40x173 feet Price 675 00 No 1365 South Sixth Street house 4 rooms and hall lot 40x150 to alley 10 it Price 81830 No 42 1 South Ninth Street house 7 rooms and bolt lot 41x164 to alley 25 ftt Price iSoo No 10 10 North Twelfth Street house 3 rooms lot 22265 feet rents for ISbo per month Price 1 60000 part cash I No 1012 North Twelfth Street house 3 rooms lot 22x155 feet rents for IBoo per mouth Price 600 bo part cash No 1014 1016 and 1018 North Sixth S reef 3 room houses lots 22x165 feet rent for 7 50 per montheach Price 8650 each part cash No 1029 North Eleventh Street Double tenement 3 rooms pa a side water in yard lot 40x175 ft alley 20 ft 70000 pert cash Best bargain in town LOTS IN Fountain Park Addition Thurmans Addition- and all parts of the city cheap THE KENTUCKY REALTY CO 108 Fraternity Building- Old Phone 851 ternoon selecting a list of election of liters for the county This work will require some little time as there are about 34 precincts to 1111 and four officers must be appointed for each The meeting began at 2 oclock and will probably last for two or more hours Smitlilniul Court The malicious cutting case against Dallas Alalot has been dismissed In tho Smlthland circuit court Malot was charged with cutting John Snow father of Tattle Snow whom ho mar rled DOVK OP 1KACK Is Now Hovering Over Norway and Sweden Washington Sept lSRellablE information reaches the department of state by way of Paris that In a few days Sweden and sorway are expect ed to reach an amicable settlement anti adjust differences In a peaceable way Consideration and disposition of details caused tho delay Madison Street Lot North sld9 between 19th and 20th TerneUs addition 300 75 cash balance 5 per month Whlltemor Real Estate Agency Frlternlty Uulldjng both phones 83C WANTED Machine men to work in our fee tory IADUCAH FUR MFd CO Cornier Third and Norton 1n BAD TREATMBHT WAS THAT OK TIIK IIEAVKIl MEN AT NEW MADItll MO PitIDAY The Authorities Refuse CMiHtic For Injured Mini anil Jilt Mim 77 Yenta Old It Is likely that trouble will bo caused some one at New Madrid Moon account of tho treatment accord ed men from the steamer weaver last Friday night when they attempt ed to go to shore for medicine for a man who had boon scalded It seems that tho cue showed very unreasona blo brutality and inhumanity on the part of the authorities of Now Mud ridThe Cairo Citizen gives the follow- Ing particulars of the affair Tho heaver went about 25 mlle below New Madrid anti were on their way upslrenm when the affair occur red lEngineer Volley Davis was badly scalded and Capt Hnrpolo sent n yawl ashore for medicine to relieve his sufferings until they reached Cat rooIn the yawl was Pilot Farncsloy William Illggs a barge man 77 years old and two deck hands When still some distance out into the river io watchman on shore warned them they could not land They held up health certificates and offered to show them Pointing his gun at them he commanded them to return to the boat This Incensed Illggs nnd with an oath ho called out You will hear from this Then the ofllcfr who afterwards was found to be Dep uty Marshal this lllcharda again rev- eledl his gun and commanded them to corns ashore They obeyed his orders and when Hlggs stepped out of the boat Richards struck him hack of the right ear with tho butt of hIt revolver knocking him down Klggt recovered himself and picked up a rock to strike the afllcer but nt a word from Capt Farnsley ho threw his rock down Tho men wore then taken to jail where they were locked up for an hour Thn thty were taken out and iRIggs was allowed to plead guilty and was final a total ol IC9G The rest of the crew were dis charged Capt Fnrnsley1 then requested permission to go to a drug store and get some m Heln for Davis but was denied permission Ho had to ask a friend to perform the service The Deayor arrived at noon today The oincors arc very Indignant over their treatment KNiailTS1 OK COLUMUUS Will Have n Council Ilere11r11Fi- tzgerald Addresses Crowd Mr J J1 Fitzgerald of Louisville ono of the hest knbwn nail most popular orators In the state was in the city last night anti addressed a crowd at Elks hall In regard to the institution of a council of Knight of Columbus here It has been ful do cided to Install a council In Paducah and It will bo done within thirty days Mr Fitzgerald Is an eloq ant Speaker nnd his address was greatly enjoyed by those who heard him There aro about twenty or more members of the IKnights of Coluin bus now in Paducah but they belong to Louisville Nashville and Memphis councils There will ho a least 10 charter members of the now council here The lKnights rf Columbus Is one of the largest Cady oils organizations in the United States No DiMinatiK Knmi Item Tho Electrical Workers of America are holding their national conven tion In Louisville this week and about live hundred delegattes are In attendance but there will be no one front Paducah Thero aro members In Paducah but no delegates from here YOU DONT HAVE TO WAIT ny2rydosemateyouleel bit tor Lx Io j keepi your whole nidei rlRhl Fold on Ih1 money bee plank everywhero Price Bo cU Have you seen Mrs Austins New Dress Have the courage of your convictions and trade with the drugstore that treats you best a IduB fill your prescrip Lions in dealing with us you take no chances We fill them just all the doc tor wants them filled Our label Iis a guarantee of that We have graduates and registered pharma prescrlptlonsnnd right SMITH NAGEL DRUG STORE fourth and Broadway II Do You Want to Wear Better Clothes Get a Home Savings Bank and start 1 saving They make saving easy because you tcan save in small amounts and at odd times Small sums saved frequently amount to a JIlarge amount in a short time You positively dont missthe money you save with these little banks Dropping money into them every now and then soon runs up an account which will enable you to haverlots of things you now miss Cash prices are lower than credit prices One dollar will1 start an account n MECHANICS AND FARMERS SAVINGS BANK 227 Broadway l The Florsheim Styles in Mens Winter Shoes H The Florsheim shoe is perfection in the shoe linethe result of years of study and application Each shoe is made in our perfect way of orn1fittingrr last and the shoe fits every part of the r foot which makes for comfort if any thing will Let us show you the new styles of this famous shoe LENDLER LYDONtr Y ji1sIt OUR FALL CLOTHING IS IN A Special at 750 and 10 J Our linen of fall and winter mens youths and childrens clothing is now in and awaits I your inspection We would call especial attention to our Walcoflf brand of clothing This is a suit made for us expressly has hand fellcollars Phoenix shoulders pads and hair cloth fronts as well as other splendid features and sells for 750 and 1000 It is the peer oi any clothing selling at 250 more B WEILLE J SON CROWD AT SHILOH HVIOVINO Til K HOSPITALITY Ol OAIT I T ItllKA OK- NASIIVIIIJ i Mujor J II Aslicrnft maul Ciiptuln 1 nines huger of Imliicnh Among thu Guests Capt II T niiea of Nashville president of the St Louis nnd Ten ncsseo River Packet company which operates steamboats on tho Tennessee Is this week giving many of time old Confederates who participated In tho battle of Shiloh ntrl to that famous field whore they will stay fore throe days Ho line had this treat In mind for some tone std ho has committed tho realization of this trip for tho surviving soldlera of that struggle to time hands of Col D C Kelley MaJ C W Anderson and Capt John W Morton with the privy ilege of Inviting old soldiers and I their friends Time object of the trip 4 Is both historical and social A party of those invited specially are Gen Lyon of Uddyvllto Ky Gen Ilucker of Hlrmlngham Ala mind Gen Dlanton of Kottloton Miss Cols Baxter Smith and George Gill of Nashville G C Cowan of lFrank lln anti W A Collier W T Taylor Judge Hawkins timid pthora of Memphis G C Anderson and D C Scales of Nashville of Col KolloysI staff Major Dnnloy Nut Baxter Hamilton i Parks Kd lUcharduon Bon Hord Jtev Jk P McFcrrin Col T T Wright Ilov Lansing Hurrown Bar eral ladles will also grace the trip Capt II A Taylor of Kentucky will join tho voyages at Johnsonylllo and will have charge of all move monts This will be ono of tho most en joyable trips ever taken for the men I who fought so bravely in that bloody to battle r Tho veterans all gathered yester day and among thoso present arc t Capt James IKogor and Major J II ARhcrnft of Paducah and Captain Tyler of Hlckman wfio left Satur day Attorney D i1 Cross Vaturned from Hoar Station thin morning nftcrf if visit to rplntlves U 1 MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18rHEPADUCAH EVENING SUNrAGaFIVE A TTEROFHEALTNROY4 1 1IH6R M POWDERti + Absolutely Pure HAS HO SUBSTITUTE A Cream of Tartar PowderI1 freefrom alum or phos phatic acid f IILOOAL LINZJI Dr Icndlcy ring HI Palmer Transfer Co for IIFor baggage wagons and first I ery rime Hack fares and trunks strictly cash heat rcrvlco In the city j Sign and carriage painting 0 R Sexton both phones 401 Call or phone Gardners drugstore if you need anything In the drug line fac11001bookfto and including the eighth Comer t early and have your list filled IL t D Clements Co I I have u choice stock of new pianos of Baldwin and other makes t ortmodity that has commercial value In part payment Call and see them and get my prices and terms or 4phono mo No 1011A W T Mil ler 1 j Dont fora etthoha11 o be given by the Ladles Society of thu Brotherhood of Lomotlvc Firemen at Wal lace Park Monday night September ISth Everybody Invited Best of order maintained 111e dayolil Infant of Mr and Mra R R Russell of 1G47 Olny street died and was hurled at Oak Grove cemetery The pupils are preparing to re sumo the high school publication Iikoodah and Miss Caroline Ham will bo business manager A meeting of the Retail Mer chants Association has lioen called for Tuesday night to take up the matter of running excursions Into the city this falllIn order to get trado The details of the plan have not been formulated but arc expected to bo at lime meeting Slight damage was done bv lire to a small cottage belonging to Attorney Oscar Kahn ort South Fourth between Washington and Clark about 0 p m Saturday It Is estimated that about thirty per cent of the school children In tho county as shown by the last ro port are attending the schools The The school at Melber began today Contractor William Lockwood has the contract for building a two story lint at Fourth und Monroe for Sirs Bottle Buckner the cost to be 7000 or more Tho Hardy Buggy company at Ninth and Harrison streets will not begin operation until about the mid dip or tatter part of tho week It was PUREFRESH STRONGI SELECT SPICES Clmmmon Cloves Ginger Mustard Seed Mace Nut meg AllspbeC- elery 1 1 Seed Tur merle and others l R WWALKER CO Incoipoati DRUGGISTS riHh sad way Both Phones 1 175 the Intention to start It today but there was unexpected delay Mr William Hardy has arrived from Cincinnati to take up his duties as secretary and treasurer and MrE H Doll has arrived from the same place to be come traffic manager Ben Boyds colored baseball champions have started on their flnni tour of the season They go to Ow onsboro Danville St Louis and Chi cago James T Wnlbort camp Confed crate Veterans will hold Its regular meeting tomorrow night It Is like ly a successor to the late Adjutant J V Grelf will be elected Major Thos E Moss and Mr Orclf have died since the last regular meeting both having long been prominent mem hors Stale President L P Head of tho Eagles expects to go to Mayfield this week or next to begin working to establish an order of Eagles there Ho expects then to go to Fulton then to Princeton and last to Hopklnsvllle Tire graveling on tho Mayfield road from near Edens Hill to Cham pys bridge has been completed by Contractor Will Yancey the work being one mile In length Mr Yan coy will now work on tho Wadesboro road from Florence Station to Hard Money a distance of three miles Tho regular meeting of the council takes placo this evening at tho city hall and probably tho most Important thing to como up will bo time postponement of reconstruction of Jefferson and Kentucky avenue Will Haynes colored was ar rested tlfls morning by Omcer Thad Terrell for a breach of the peace Time soven year old daughter or Mr Dick Tolbert was taken III ol scarlet fever several days ago and U reported In a serious condition las Judson Roach today quail ned as a notary public All pupils of the First Presby terian Sunday school are urgently requested to bo at tho church Tuesday at 430j p m sharp to practice for Rally Day services Scott Sink white was arrested this morning by Officers Terrell and Cross for acting In a disorderly manner on the street Notices aro being sent out from the city treasurers officer to tax pay ors who owo delinquent taxes both poll and property The penalty has been on since July and after the nor tlces have been sent out a list for sale will bo compiled and the proper ty sold INTKRLOCKISfi PLAVT Will lie In 0iernlloii nt New h C lirldgu Thursday Tho Interlocking plant signals etc on the new I C Tennessee rivet bridge at Gllbertsvllle will bo In ff vice by Thursday for the first time Tho bridge has been In service for soy oral months but the interlocking plant cpuld not bo used bbcauso ol the failure of the right kind of bat tortes to arrive Saturday night at 12 oclock the work of charging the storage batter Ics which work the signals began Time batteries aro 110 volts 80 am pores and will last with the use they will bo put to about one month It being necessary to recharge oven mouth It requires from 48 to 60 hours to complete the charge and by Thursday the work will bo complete cd and all tho Interlocking plain placed In service Mr Dick Tolbort formerly of this city has been made Interlocking plant operator and has been at the bridge studying the machinery fot several weeks + I lint iImucnt House Now 5room house good lot North View addition 1350 150 cash balance 20 per month Easy way to buy a house Near car line Whlttemone Real Estate Agency Frltornity Building both phones 835 Sick People Mrs Adolph Meek of 521 Clark who has been 111 for several days IE convalescingMrs Wooldridge or 501 South Tenth street Is seriously Ml of favor 1A idPiauiBsreia Dnvltl the Hhephenl Boy TonightThetheShepherd CAas musical events of tho season Tho rehearsals promise a good Performance the sale of scats Indicates the entertainment will bo well patroniz ed lVtyhmesdayAnnouncement oftheC30 oclock at the residence of the bride In St Louis and Miss Bertha Mertz of St Louis and Mr Freder ic C Hoorbor of Paducah They will arrive here October 1C to live Miss Mertz Is daughter of Conductor and Mrs 11G Mertz formerly reel dents of Paducah and Mr Hoeruer Is the affable and popular young sec retary and treasurer of the Paducah Brewing company Go to California to Live Mrs Lucy JL Hollowell and sons Messrs A S and E W Hollowell and daughter Miss Hester Hollow oil left last night for Los Angeles Cal to reside Mr Jim Hollowell formerly of the Pettcr Boat store went out several months ago and the climate being so beneficial to hit health persuaded his mother to come out The only member of the family left here Is Mr Iko Hollowell a fire man at No 1 fire station Mayflclil Marriage News reached here this morning of the marriage of Mr Prentis AVant and Miss Gertrude Brand both of Mayflold The brldo and groom aro well known Mayfield people Miss Brand beingu daughter of Mrr Chas Brand the well known stock dealer and Mr Avant being a popular em ploye of the May Pants Co of May fieldThe couplo drove to Fulton yester day afternoon and were married Hugh C Davis of Norfolk Va Is at the Palmer Judge Thomas iP Cook of Murray Ky was In the city today Misses Susie and Cherie Morton will return the 26th Instant from Flat Rock N C Miss Dow Husbands has returned from Suwanee Tenn Hon James M Lang and wife lleave tomorrow for the state fair at Lexington Ky Miss Gertrude Monroe of Beaver Dam was here en route to Benton to visit While here sho was the guest of Miss Edna Wright Mrs Carrie Sullivan and Miss Mary Louise Milliken have returned from Elkton and are guests of Mrs llnneus Orm of Fifth and Washing ton streets In a few days they re turn homo to St Louis Mr and Mrs J C Martin and Mrs Robert Martin will return today frdm Buffalo and Cleveland Mrs Freilonla Perkins has return ed from Elkton Ky Mr Fondol Burnett will go to Lex Jlngton to attend tho slate fair Mrs Frank Sullivan of Elkton Ky who has been In the city several days visiting Mrs L G Orme left for St Louis this morning Miss Rose Welkert has returned from a twomonths visit In the north Mrs Griffin of North Twelfth street Is visitinG In Lone Oak Ky Attorney C K Wheeler loft for Indianapolis on legal business this morningMrs J T Quarles Is visiting friends In Mayfleld Mr Frank Parham returned from Mayfield this morning Sheriff P H Bush of Smlthland was in the city today Mrs John 11C Hendrick was In the city today on route to Smlthland from VirginiaMiss Mary Barry returned ester day from a visit to Miss hula May Gholson at Mt Zion Ky Horn to the wife of Mr E L Wil son the wellknown substitute mall carrier Saturday night a boy Mr Hugh Bagwell and family left today for Dawson Springs to spend a few days 4 mfMr G G Hayes time Inspector for tho I Coo who Is working here In the place of Time Keeper John Dugger who Is off on his vacation eturned from Chicago this morning after vlstlng his family Special Agent King of time Louis ville dlvson of the I C was In Iadu cah last night on business Mrs L R Witty of Terre Haute Ind who has been visiting her sis ter Mrs Clayton of Jefferson street returned to hor homo today Her sister Mss Fltzhcnry who has been spending the summer hero returned with her WANTED Madilnu men to work In our factory PAUUCAH FUR MFfl CO Corner Tim ml nod Norton Ninth and GO DRUG TO- SLEETIIS nII Fencilf Tifckls etc r THE PARISH HOUSE TO BE OPENED OCT 15I Bishop Woodcock of Louisville Will Bo Here Three Days An Important Episcopal1 Meeting at Chicago This WeekNo Local Delegates NEWS OF LOCAL CHURCHES Rector David C Wright of Grace Episcopal church yesterday an nounced that the formal opening of tho parish house would bo on Octo ber 1C and Bishop Chas E Wood cock of Louisville will be present The opening will last three days and bo somewhat elaborate The exact nature of the exercises and program howevor has not been fully decided 4n There Is quite an Important Epis copal meeting this week In Chicago but there arc no delegates from Pa ducah Quite a numbef from Louis ville headed by Bishop Woodcock and from other parts of Kentucky will attend The meeting is the 20th annual convention of the Brother hood of St Andrew Tho convention proper will bo hold In Mandell hall In Chicago and will be called to order by the president Robert H Gar diner of Gardiner Me at 11 oclock Thursday morning At the convention will be delegates from all over tho United States who belong to tho convention and representa tives from Canada and England Business connected with the order and devotional exercises will be con ducted three days and on Sunday several religious services will be held Bishop Woodcock of Kentucky will make several addresses during the convention At 930 oclock Sun day morning he will conduct tilean nlversary service and preach the an nual sermon at St Pauls church Robert H Gardiner president of the convention and who will preside during the deliberations comes of a family who have a remarkable record In tho Episcopal church at their homo In Gardiner Me For over one hundred years a Robert H Gardiner has been a vestryman In the EplHco pal church at Gardipcr All this time the different mem6rsof the family bearing that name have been ardent workers In the church The Hebrew New Year begins Sep tember 29th and lasts two days Mr James Wellle has been appointed a committee to arrange a special musical program The penitential days will follow the Now Year ending with Yom Kippur on October 9 Rabbi M Lovltch will deliver the sermon on i these occasions 1 lhere was no sermon at the Pros byterlan churcli ycsterday Rev Cave being confined to his home by illness Rev W H PInkerton leaves on the 18th of October for Cincinnati where there Is going to be at that time a simultaneous revival of all time Christian churches In Cincinnati Rev PInkerton will be at the Old Central Christian church for two weeks while there Rev Plnkertou will go from therq to New Castle Penn where a similar revival will bo held 40 churches in Western Pennsylvania will hold a simultaneous revival for four weeks Reduced Hates Lexington Ky On account of the State Fair at Lexington Ky the Illinois Central Railroad Co will sell tickets from Paducah to Lexington and return September 17th to 23rd Inclusive for 935 good returning until Sep tember 24th On account of Kentucky Confer ence M E Church Lexington Ky tickets will be sold September 27th and 28th with returnlimit Octpboi 3rd for1215 for tho round trip J T DONOVAN Agent Paducah Ky 0 C WARFIELD T A Union Depot Two Year Old Boy Dies Ray Wilkins Jr tho two year old son of Mr R J Wilkins of Ash craft avenue of the South Side died this morning of fever The remains will bo burled at Pleasant Grove In Marshall county tomorrow Have you seen Mrs Austins Now Dress Mr and Mrs Bertlo Morrltt are the proud naronts of a 12pound girl Our- MOSQUITO CHASER Runs them away roc a bottle at ALVEY t LIST DRUGGISTS DnBoIt Kolb Coa former stand 412414 ROADWAY R iJt u- r I PAYNE CRKATKS GOOD IMPRESSION Many Called to See llhnA Trawl IIIIR Man Expicssed Ills Thanks Payne the great advertiser spent his first day at Smith Nagels drug store Fourth and Broadway lie met with a cordial reception I many of our best citizens calling upon him Payne Is enthusiastic over life firs E days success lIe believes he will relieve more people and have a larger sale for his remedies hero than ho had expected Payne Is a striking example of what force of character and philanthropic methods accomplish lie has a modest professional manner that 1 Is pleasing and people have confidence In him from the start Yesterday a number of people secured the reme dies and took them homo to give themI a trialAn Incident of time day was where J B Moorehouse the well known New York traveling man rushed In the drug store heartily grasped Payne by the hand and said To you I am greatly Indebted for my present good health For years I was a suf ferer from chronic rheumatism It attacked me In different ways and when I first saw you at one of your demonstrations three years ago I must confess 11 had little confidence In your remedies 1 suffered such pain I thought I would consult you and try tho remedies A few appli cations of your Quick Relief greatly alleviated my pains and aches I then began taking as directed the New Discovery J never ihad any thing work such a marvelous change I had tried many remedies before without getting any relief The Paynes remedies have entirely cured me I tell all my friends about my II caseThere were several others who bore similar testimony Payne can be seen dally at Smith Nagels drug store Fourth Broadway from 9 to 5 oclock whelo ho will be pleased to meet any who are suffering MANY MACHINISTS Cnn Bo Used in the Local L C Shop- sOnacconnt of the accumulation of worVln the mechanical department of the Jocalt C shops the road is putting on as ninny machinists as can be secured It is said that 2G more machinists can be used but on ac count of the cut In hours made soy eral weeks ago it is hard to secure men other shops having maintained the ten or nine hour work day offer big more Inducements There are six engines In the back shops at present and severallln the round house and on account of tho work hero and the difficulty to get men enough to rush the work through the big engines wrecked at Oblon river Tennessee will bo sent to Burnsldcs shops In Chicago It Is said for repairs While the shops can work more men the road will not suffer because of the failure to securo them Every fall all the rolling stock and motive power possible to secure Is brought Into service for the winter business and this Is accountable for the extra forces wanted hero WANTED Machine men to work In our fac tory PADUCA1I FUR MFG CO Corner Third und forton Mr C C Grassham and wife returned yesterday from Smlthland FOR SALE OR RENT Fourroom cottage water In house 1407 South Sixth Address JB Miles Clarks rllle Tenn WANTED Agents for complete RussoJapanese War Books good salary sample free Address Globe Co 723 Chestnut St Philadelphia sititablttoyou free at The Sun ofllce If you will call for It WANTED Position as house teener by maiden lady for widower with Email family References given Apply 1129 North 14th street or new phone 1105 PARTY that took ladys goldhead umbrella from Rowlandtown car Sept 3rd has bee nldentlfled and If not returned to Sun office will be prosecuted SALESMAN of ability can find per- tmanent employment In local territory on Chambers Encyclopaedia and Standard Reference Works firstclass references necessary J B Llppln cot Company Philadelphia Pa I TAKE NOTICEDr A Coble tho Divine Healer has just returned from Cincinnati where he had been I called to treat a prominent manufacturer of that city and Is at the Richmond house room No2 where he Is ready to treat all who may call on him WAINTED Compositors nonunI- on 1950 per week Strike on A few A 1 stone Job and makeup men largest job printing plant In the U S Permanent positions guaranteed Competent men of good character Transportation expensed refunded to nil who fun make good It It lhii nelly Sh Sons Co Chicago DONT DELAY P Harts Heaters l R1 Ready tt- a tty J The cold days will soon be here and Hart will be on a dead rush and the great line of excellent heaters will be broken and the opportunities will not be so good as now for the selection r Hart now shows a handsome line of heaters for any and all places that wtan i v tf Harts Ready R U h OEO 0 HART SONS CO I r lira I If you want tho best patent flour buy High Life WANTEDA young lady stenographer at the Sun for a month- WANTEDCollector East Penn Telephone Co- VANTEDCook In a small family Colored preferred Roth phones 415 FOR RENTtfour room cottage 314 Tennessee street Phone 222 A FISCHER piano in good condi tion 55 520 Broadway WHITE COOK WANTED 327 S Fourth street Chris Llebel FOR SALE Household furni ture at 515 N 8th UMBRELLAS covered and repAIr- ed at 108 South Third street FOR RENTAt 20 5 rooms and hall lower floor or the residence of Mrs P G Reed 532 N 7th St GIRLS WANTEDTo work lu candy factory Apply P E Stub 2nd and Jefferson St NICE FURNISHED roof for rent with bath and all modern convenien ces 918 Broadway NICELY FURNISHED front room to rent No 1249 South Sixth street Old Phone 691 FOR RENT New 7room cottage desirable location all modern con veniences Apply 619 Ky Ave TWO FRONT rooms for rent with board Convenient to I C shop 1108 Monroe Old phone 1205 37500 SCHUBERT PIANO now 15000 a bargain Frank Dean No 201 South Third St Phone 101 FOR RENTMy former residence No 314 North Sixth street Ed L AtkinsWANTEDAll round man wltli somo experience In grocery business Address 8 care Sun When you want to be sure you am getting the best flour buy High Life OLD WRAPPING PAPER suitable to put under carp its will be giver you free at The Sun ofllce If you will call for it- WANTEDTwo hustlers by Mfgr of staple line to call on retail trade Expense money advanced Salary 20 paid weekly G T Sexton Star Bldg Chicago WANTED Manager forNew Branch of our business here In Padu- cah Write promptly with ref erences The Morris AVIinlitialu Housn Cincinnati Ohio t- Tr L WHITTEMORE Real Estate Free price list Insurance Notary public Fraternity building Phones 835 1MTo get the highest patent flout be sure you buy the celebrated High Life Brand OLD WRAPPING PAPER suitable to put under carpets will bo given 1 you free at The Sun office if you wll call for It 7 FOR SALEOn North Sixth anL Boyd streets one tour rooinand ono1 five room house Inquire 1018 Trim J bio street t PIANOS AND PLAYERS At pri ces and payments to suit you Fred P Watson Bro Victor H Thom as manager 311 Broadway Oil phone 53R Expert tuning WANTEDjNlcely furnished room and board in a private family torooi two Location must be near bust ness part of the city and in good neighborhood Address X Y Z Tho Sun lt FOR SALE Farm 140 acres S houses on place plenty of water good orchard 3 miles south ofFloiV enco Station Address W M Dead rick Mlnta Ky y J E MORGAN blacksmith 408 S Third Old Phone 457 Superior wOk guaranteed Exclusive agent J for flora stone side wire tlrei tht best rubber tire made FOR SALEMy stock of drugs and stock bottles fine show cases and three counters Also shelving pre scrlptlon and wrapping counter For further Information call at tho store H G Thompson Soules old standmFOR SALE OR RENTSeveraln- ew houses In Northvlew addition near 12th street car line for sale part cash balance small monthly payments or for rent also twosto ry residence on Jefferson street on car line for rent Apply to W Dcc Grccr C27 Broadway FOR SALF 200acro tarm9n r1 Wadesboro and Paducah road 150 acres In bottom Good buildings good barn and good spring two ponds good orchard about GOO fruit trees two miles from Florence Station near Hard Money church Au dress J A HInes R F D No 3 Pa ducat KrJ g11 MEN and boya wanted to team plumbing trade great demand for graduates 45 day many com plete course two months graduates admitted to Union anti Master Plum bers Association Coyno Bros Co Plumbing Schools New York Cincinnati and St Louis Day and night class Fop free catalogue ad dress 230 10th Ave Now York AUCTION SALE At 730 tonluht 1000 different ar tides arts selling so fast and to cheap that It wo were to tell tho place we would lM dtt rrnwitai that UM nitrtliiii ti car Motipftnt have room to crynut S sE Jrf kvl o vVsrt AM i I t iv n n- r nr I l tgryI 7art +p 1 j tAm BIX JKEIE PADUCAll EVENING SUN MONDAY SKPTKMItKU IH f L I Our 6reat Closing=Out=to= Quit=Busi= ness Sale Sensation of the Season- All Queensware and Sundry Lines at Cost Friday and Saturday we couldnot handle the people who came to take advantage off our closingout sale and every purchaser bought big bills No wonder when they got such goods as we carry at cost But we must closeout the stock and the price is only an incidentWe just any number I of hand some dinner sets fancy plates cut glass cutlery and all the kindred lines and knowing the high grade character of our stocks you can appreciate what an opportunity this IS when you can buy these goods at cost On account of the pay car JhcIstore will be open tonight i The Kentucky Glass and Queensware Co Conditions of Kentucky Hunk Washington D C Sept J8 Tho report on the condition of the 110 national banks of Kentucky outside of Louisville at the close ofI business August 2fj Is The Individual deposits were 2838423995 as agalnst2602b579G6 on Septem ber 1904 DENTISTS H 11COME TO USI When you have a difficult tooth to be I extracted We are t tc4pxect ffor that kind ofwork and make l that our study A vi 1painless nl c tia d used 11II i k 4k DrstamperBrosR309 Broadway GLASSES Full YOUNG AM OLD- s la our optical departmJit you wit1- iJMlnd Eyeglasses for young anil old j Nfl matter what the dllllcuHy stay IlijS vfe can fit you perfectly jVa ilNAT10XH Jm A ClilAiUJA- TLiJjtlttfree If a prescription IIs nec i csKary tho east of making Glasses w Iplie slightly snore hilt we can lit jnoSVearxjsi front our largo stoclt iIf negkjpt your ryes for a moment uurcorifult us at oncev JT d I JJiUKLHVJt wjltiftfound horn wHliln a wook nf I trr U 3 igamtiactared- r IVARUEX WARREN t A ROMANCE OUK31XATING IN KKXTUCKY CUL M1NATKS IN DOU11LK WEDDING Sowtra1ufrhuse Concerned Aio Quite Nell Knonni In Paiiucali out Louisville Playmates In childhood separated for many years and then meeting again to fall In love two couples wore married last week In St Louis the double wedding being tho culmina bO1ganbridegrooms were H Ilv Opponhelm rr of Lottsvlllo a son of Sam C Op ponhclinpr of Louisville and I I Isadore of St Louts Lilly Jacobs Is now Mrs Opponheimer and the bridegroom has won for his bride thf girl to whom ho proposed when they were in school and she was onlyI twelve yaars QUI Mr Oppenhelmer mot his wife when they were at school In Louisville Tjhoy fall nlovo with each other and Mr1 Oppenhelmer propos ed to her that they be married Tho family objected on account of the age of tho two and thoy consented to walt The young girl agreed that sho would never lovo any ono also and would not marry until 4Mr Op penhelmer came for her Her family I moved to St Louis and she did not see her sweetheart again for sev eral years When they mot th old nlgngedi tltcjcleinloveboyish disregard for girls and WQud have nothing to do with them He saw Hosallo many times every dar- In fact hilt did not tlolgn to notlvo her Several weeks ago he met her again in SL Louis This time he did not puss her by He fell In love and fiho returned his affection He sug gested marriage and found her will- Ing The double wedding was arranged whet hor sister heard of the one gagement After the wedding tho Stutzs Soda Water I Is rude of the purist prepa rations is lienlthful nnd de llclono four left for New York where they are now spending their honeymoon They will make their home In St Louis after their return Mr Oppenheimer is well known In Paducah having for quite a while until twomonths ago traveled for the H Well Sons wholesale whiskey house here Tho father of the brides Is also well known In Paducah being a well known necktie drummer and will bo hero on his regular trip this week Ito Is an uncle of Mr Morris Hlrsch feldof Hotel Lagomarslno BrldetoIJo Sues for Damages Mayfield Ky Sept 18A suit has been filed In the Graves county circuit court by Miss Ohio Heed of near Hickory Grove against Floyd Arnett chnrglnc that tho de fendant has failed to come up with his part of a contract to marry her and that she Is damaged to the ex tent of 7liO attaching property of Arnott to cover tho amount In thr petition Miss Heed says that In tho summer of 1903 Floyd Arnett courted her and finally got I her consent for a marriage It was mutually agreed that they should marry i nell other on the uth day of December 1901 She says sho pre pared for the marriage anti Inform scomI out part of the contract until the day of tho marriage nnd then ho disappeared and was not on hand at the appoint ed hour The young lady testifies that sho foil greatly mortified and humiliated being tho subject of much talk among her neighbors nnd acquaintances Purity In Prescriptions A preset 1 plioti tiny be com poundedever s accurately by experienced prcscrlptlonhtsw ith tlichlghcst degree of carcfttlncja yet lEthe drugs are not pure It J6 worthfegsdangerousNo I you go you cannot find purer drugs prompt er service or more tfrklll than we use In filling your prefcrlptlons You It he sallffied with the prices too U II OEHL5CBUEMII1DRUGGIE uxtltt anti Dtoaa1c at 1 oJ 040 RUNAWAY ENGINE IN THE IIIG YARDS Caboose Wont Down Grade and Hit tlio Locomotive Knocked OIT Knglnccr and Flmnan JuniiedThe JOnglnc liicn Ran Awny IIU11TIThe failure of a brakcninn to sot the brakes on a caboose In the local L C shop yards caused a smashup resulting In the Injury of an eng n- man and the complete wreck of a car load of furniture which was waiting transportation to Chicago niiout 9 oclock Saturday night Engineer Ed Brown engine No 1710 pulling n work train hall Just conic In and was lucking his caboose Into the caboose siding The siding has n steep grade and tho brakeman failed to set up his brake The caboose backed around and crashed In to the engine knocking oft the cab and throwing tho engineer o the ground with It The throttle was open and tho little engine With n row jumps gained considerable speed Firman Miller jumped when ho heard the crash anti no one was left on the engine to stop her On reaching a clear track tho speed gained and when Jackson street was reached the engine having started near Broadway It crashed Into a string of cars being made up for the north end A furniture car filled with the household effects of Mr C Q C LIgh who goes to Chicago to live was shattered and every article ot furniture damaged even to the Iron bedsteads which were twisted and tangled into a shapeless mass The engine was captured before any further damaga was sustained Engineer Brown was carried to his home on tho south side and his Injuries dressed by railroad physic tans Its Is not seriously Injured but will be disabled for some time 1Fireman Miller sustained a shak- Ing up The damage to the engine is comparatively slight but the road will lose tho car and will have to stand good for the freight broken up by the crash which will amount to several hundred dollars WAS IT 1 A WEAPON A PRISOXKK HAD A RKVOLVKR WITHOUT TILE CVL1XDKUII- If It Is n Deadly Wfaimn He Oucs to JnilOther Pollco Court NutesP- bYf I Of Pete Thompson and Phillip Jones colored who had a fight Saturday night were arraigned In police court this morning for a breach of the peace and the case continued in order that Judge Sanders decide a very Im portant matter relative to concealed weapons When the policemen arrested Thompson ho had the frame work of a 32 caliber pistol concealed on his person The cylinder was gone and tho question arose If this constitutes aweapon The law reads con JudgeIweapon Is ileadiy Nu other p rt or tho pistol was found and In its con lltlon was impossible to ho deadly unless used as a cudgel Judge San tiers will announce his decision to morrow morning Tho case against Dan Russell white of Mayifloid charged with rrollliEdon bond Florrnco Grour n dlmpulabln IIP grassy who hay been before tho courtr time and Urns again was fined 50 for getting her head full of cok and creating a general disturbance Judge f rsnmnrkcd Jncldntolly If she imobefgro him again for such an offense ho would assets Na fine of tOO Other cases swore John Hoover I white drunkenness x1 and costs Sarah Hobbs and Frank Irvin colored immorality x20 and costs each Heed McCormnck white a youth breach of the peace continued Dud Campbell Jim Dunlap colored breach of time peace 3 and costs each Cute Montrornery colored gaming continued J B Davis and Martin Shannon white cripples tot fighting 1 and costs each Leech ODrlen and George Hutler white youth flghtjng reprimanded and dismissed Robert Leo lloyd colored breach of the peace 5 and oats 1J1u Taylor colored grand larceny continued START SAVING TODAY By making a deposit ytlih the PADUCAII BANKING COt dmii iO i tTi so wohly Aliiny a Iniliicnli llousfliiild Wilt Kind ThciK So To have the pains and aches of n had back removed to bo entirely tree trout annoying dangerous uri nary disorders Is enough to nuiko any Uldnoy sufferer grateful To toll how this great change con lio brought about will prove comforting words to hundreds of Paducah renders s Mrs George Ildmnln of 72G Ten hcsco street says For three years my back was lame mid ached severe ly particularly undor the shoulder lilndcR dcHplte tho lIBO of medicine I tried nouns Kidney Pills RettliiK them at Atvoy K Lists drug store They are easy to take they cure you without causing any nnnoyancfc und If I can judge from my present con dition when they cure you stay cured For sale by nil dealers Price CO cents FoHterMllburn Co Iluffalf N Y solo agents for the Unitc9 Stales Remember thennmeDoans land take no other Now Teacher for Public School Miss Itlancho Ingram substitute In the public schools has been chosen teacher of tho now first grado that Is Installed In tho room ut tho High school building formerly oc cupied by Snpt iolb The selection was made by the committee anti will bo ratified by the board of ellI cation Sprain- S A Rend Cisco Tex writes March 11 1901 My wrist was sprained so badly by n fall that It was useless and after using several remedies that failed to glvo relief used Mallards Snow Liniment and ItItoSold by Alvcp List and 0 C C Kolb Ion LADIKS AMflKXTH TAILORING Gall In and examine my lint stock to select from All work tta guaranteed to fit well or no sale 1 dont leave anything undone to please my customers All my goods are first class I dont handle any goods that wont wear well and my prices are very reasonable for the coming season SOLOMON THK TAIIXMt ua South Third Shed Phone No 1016a old All rcpaj work dono on short notice FOR BEST t CO8 I Handled in the city Both Phones 190 Lump 13c Nut 12C Pratt Coal Con n I r I THE OLD RELIABLE 4 Tradewat6rCoal Nut 12c1 Lump 1 3c- OriiiOYERSTREBT OLDPHONE4790 BiL Hatrlson Street CHINESE LAUNDRY 1125 S Third S- fNOWOPEN Voik calUd for and dcllvcicd Old Phono IO2n GEQ H POE PROP Southern 1Gonference on Quarantine to be Held in Chattanooga Nov 9 10 I A tall linn boon issued for n southern conference on Immigration and quarantine lit Chattanooga Tenn for November 9 amid 10 In tlils call appear the names of the governors of nil southern states Including that of Coy J 0 W Heck han An signified In the nnmo of the convention UH purpose IH twofold First Id consider ways oflmprovlng the lioalth rondltibiiH of thin south and record ttt consider limo Immlgrn tlon question both of which the por sons and organizations Issuing the call believe to bo of lprime Import once In tho attempt says the text of the call that leas been made by various cities towns and comnuinl ties In the south to protect them selves from the dread ravages of tho yellowfever the most strenuous anti at timers unreasonable unnecessary and burdensome measures hnvo been adopted measures which tend to erlpplo and destroy business and roe heat on tho Instincts of our common civilization It Is evident therefore that Borne system of quarantine be ndopted that will allay time appro tensions of the people and nt time snhio time minimize tho danger Again tho cnll speaks of the large I GRONERS12O Broadway 1 1 number of people coming Into thn United States many of whom nro objectionable and of tho tendency upon the part of northern states cud Cities to sctul the most objectiona tile of theso classes to the south It J 1 In to establish a safeguard against this menace to exclude the objec tionable Immigrants and to secure time doHlrnble ones that the conven thou will devote much of UH tuna TliPHo two questions tho persons choIIIIOII It l Wwkly Installment tells Wo will sell lots In tho lllnktovlllo f road addition just west of Oak Grove for 250 for Inside lots anti 300 for f 1 corner lots on payments of CO cents J per week This Includes concrete sidewalks water mnlns In tho street nnd grading of streets Any boy or girl man or woman can buy n lot In rrthls way nnd apt miss tho money Purchase can pay ns fast as they want to Whlltomorn Real Kntate Agency Fraternity Building Both phones 83R i i1Inve you soon Mrs Austins Now Dress And get ft copy of tDOROTHYT- his story Is In every respect the best we Immure ever produced Time plot of the story Is told in time most captivating and fascinating style and will hold the fntcl cst of the reader from the first to the last chapter That we do not exaggerate in our statement the most skeptical 1 f our tenders admitRead Itco1 1 Electric Chandeliers l I Electric Chandelle and fixtures large dis play Call and see our new display room Foreman Bros NoveltyCo t INGOItrORATKD 122124 Broadwav Phone 757 1 Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy Only a fcv years ago ItW 5 considered goal form to encase the sink n wood thereby concealing the trap making it inaccessible andoffering a rplace for the collection of filth and i cm1inII If this condition exists in your household eel us remedy the trouble 1 by installing a snowy white StnthtmT Porcelain Enamel d Ir Kitchen Sink Our work h utit factory and prices right l Jliuno i0l Ell I 1IANNANI JU1S H ills I 1 Cw f X6 91 FOR CREDIT RATING AND MAILING LISTS OF Graves Calloway Carlisle Hick man Fulton McCracKcn MarII shall and Ballard Counties apply to COMMERC COMPANYMURRAY I CITY TRANSfRCO Now located at OlaLJber4s Stable We are ready for all kinds of hauling Tfl rrnONr 199 1 f I i f MONDAY SEPTKMUER 18 r1I FAtroCAfi EVENING SUSi IrROIa fl THE IDES 1- I OF MARCH I No 1 of the Serici Continued from yeterd r Then I trust but Im bound to say I Itnfllesljyou prefer asked my companion with a sneer Xo hong It thats unfair ho cried apolo petKnlly lu thu name breath I jultt understand Its n beastly ordealI But It Would never do for you to stay out side I tell you what you Tlmll IIIIVP nil liefori we startl just one Theres the whisky heres u siphon nnd Ill bo putting on nn ovoivoat wUil you hrli yourself WolIl I dare say I did so with some friiiloin for this plan of his wall not 11111IIMNltI ever that It posHesaed fewer terrors beforo my glass WM empty Mean while Raflloi rejoined me with a coy ert coat over his blazer mill n soft felt lint set cnrelossly on the curly hens he I thlldlr decanterWhen we come back sold heI Work first play nfterwnrd Do you fro what duy It IIs he added tearing La leaflett from n Shakespearean calen dar ns 1 drained my glass March 15 Tim IQsi of March the Idtw of March remember Kb runny my boy You wont forget them Will your And with n laugh be threw omo coals on the lire before tturning down the gal Ilke n careful householder Hu wu went out together nn tliw clock on the dilmnoy pieta was striking 2 I a a a a a Plwadiliywn f frcnch of raw hiltfug rlitttnul1 with blurred streett Ininpn F and lined with a thin coming of nd Iiislve thud Wo suet no other wny fnrerj on tho tlMCrtit tlngittmicrt nnd were iHirselvi8 fnvortsl with n very hard Btnn from this votiHtnlil of the luwtt who however touched lib lnliuoi on refognlxlng my rompanloii btu sot Tin kiiottu to the pullee lltthIIII11I114t1 1IalllIon iPOOl dovll TU yvi sent to keep their weather iyo open on n night Ilk this A fog may bit n bore in yntl ant He Ituuny t but Its n pcrfwtt godsond tIt Hie orlml 4isalulnsses Uvpe hilly so 1 lite In their BaiKoii Here wi nrt boURh and Im linuncl If the boKgnr taut In Illlll and Ultvp utter nil1V SIt had tnriiwl lute Bond strut nod liiil hiilted on tho curb n tw yards down mi the right Jlnlllt was gaz ing uji nt seeds wlndutVH ncross the Struad wlndoVH barfly dUcernlblu through the mint oust witliout till glim mer of n light to throw them out They were uveea Jewelers shop aw I could lee by thu eipholo In tho shop ddor nud thin bright light burning within lint tile outlnj upper part with the private utrft door next the shop wim black surd blank ns the sky Itself totter give It up for tonight t urged Surely tin morning will bu- tlllH enough Nut n bit of It sulil Unities I have Ills key Well surprise him t Come along And seizing my right grub hu hurried me utioss the road opened the door rlth his latchkey unit In another mo men had shut It swiftly Out softly behind us We stood together In thy dark Outxlde a measured step wits approaching Wo had Marti It through till fog ns wo crossed the street sow as It drew nearer my companions lingers tightened on my arm It may be the chap himself he whispered lIes tho devil of u night bird Not a sound Bunny Well star tie the llfu ont of tutu AtiT mNMir The measured step had passed with out n pause Rattle drew a deep breath cud his singular grip of me slowly relaxed i Bo still not a sound ho contin ued In the name whisper Well lake a rise out of hint wherever he Is Slip oft yoir shots Dud follow me ell you tray wonder nt my doing to but you can neverl hue met A J llallliM Half his power lay In n tots diluting trick of sinking the com mniider In till leader Anti It wits Im kiMblw not to follow one who led r such n zest You might ijuestlou bu HI followed drat So now whim 1 hwBl Isis kick off hU own Klioon I 1t11d1 I IIwtue std wim on the Htnlrx nt Ids beets before I realized what nil ex traordinary wry WilY this of nppnmch lug n Btrniisrcr fur money In thu ileuil of night But obviously Rallies and he were on exceptional terms of lu tlmacy soul IIlOulll not but Infer thnts 1 1tbey wero hf the habit of plnyjug pruo tlcall Jokes upon each pHiej bIU gruped our wny no slowly up Blairs hut I hud time to makeI more efltbuu cno unto boforo we reached the top The 8alr vas uuciirpotcd fill spread liiifew of my right Land en fuuntorcil nuthlng on the damp wall fllu l lIt my loft trailed through u tlttst dust otild bo tult on the Imnls I tera Ait tCiIo ueti itlOfi hind been up on 1110 since we eulerM till house It luvifiauHl with every step wo climbed Ahut liurmlt wero we aolnir to startle 1 f Raffles the Amateur Cracksman By E W HORNUNG lu his IcllIWt ennui to a landing The bUlls tern ledtus to the left and to the left again Four steps more and we were on another lull n louger landing and suddenly n match blazed from the black I never heard It IItrJckltHath was blinding When my eye iHOiiiiii accustomed to tin light there was Rallies holding up the match with one hand and shading It with the other between bare hoard stripped wall mid thu open doors of empty rooms Whom have you brought me 1 cried The house is unoccupied I- 1llualil Walt he whispered and he led the way Into one of the empty rooms Ills match went out ns we crossed the threshold and bo struck another without the slightest none Then bo stood with his back to me fumbling with something that I could not seer But when he throw the second match away there was some other light In Its stead nnd n slight smell of oil I stepped forward to look over his shoulder but before 1 could do so be lint turned and unshed n tiny lantern In my face- Whats this I gasped What rotten trick are yoil going to play V Its played he answered with his qulit laugh Oil user Im afraid so Bunny In tliero no out lu the house incur No one but ourselves So It wa4 uteri chaff about your friend In Bond street whtduld let us have that money Not altogether Its quite true that Darby In n friend of mine ashy The jeweler underneath What do you beaus I whispered trembling like n leaf M his miaulu dawncJ upon me Are we to get the money from the Jeweler Well not exactly Vlmtt thou Thw equivalent from his sloop quaslionI own density Hi hind given me n dozer hints anti I had taken none tar there I stood staring nt him In the empty room and then III stood wltl HIiKlnrk lantern hiURUInK nt ine A burglnrrIEi pel You youul- II told your I lived by my wits Why couldnt you toll me what you were going to do Why couldnt you trust due Why must you HeV I de nmutlod1 piquet to the quick for all my horror I wanted to tell you unld Ihe I wan oti the point of telling you morn than once You may remember how I soumUM you about crime though you have probably forgotten what you said yourself I didnt think you meant It nt the time but I thought Id put your to tho test Now I see you didnt and J dont hlnmo you 1 only nm to blame ntt out of It my dear boy ns quick ns you can Leave It to mo Yau wont give me away whatever elno you da GRIPITdoes alit make you tick or otherwise cause you any Incoiivenleiuo Uures In u hours w THE GRIP DEMONmay to either opening his arms to grasp you or ha may already hate you within his grasp But lit either Instance 00110 box of OHirIT will jlllevo you Try It onon ORIIIT Is the celd cure which does not make yomlCkorotherwUe cause you an1ln ounvnl nce It U alwi good for all kinds of IIr rtuohf HeuralRU Chilli Fever and 1e4I9 IALLY for the paluspecuUar to females Sola under it guarantee II A- a enr I t 1L11 M1- ul luudn- vMI rSNI- a TKCyir TtU- xltCQI MEN AND WOMEN UilUt U tar unnatural l dllich ttMlDniiiniktloDi IrrlUtluui or ilccrnloni of muoom ni iubr nei- IllnlMi and cot MtrlB tnl or xiliouout Hold by Druttlats or not la yllain xralptlr bf iprn frIQQ a rJ M tPh7775 arrItrr t1I ItYa4 WlUUmi Indian 1llt LLESDr will and cure Itclilnx llllfid I It lltUln absorbs trlves atoiire the Instant luluolt acta Ill hot llf nrilllllnu Inillnii l iieOln4 prepariforPtleaanditchlag rnrranteil Jly ilnitrEl tn by mall oil to WILLIAft1SMAI Every HeartxAcheEvery palpitationfluttering that your heart is straining it self in its effort to keep in dangerousSome exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries of stopRelieve at once with Dr Miles Heart Cure It invigorates and strengthens the heart nerves and muscles stimulates the heart action and relieves the miseryTake yourheartDr Miles Heart Cure- I suffered terribly with heart dls bydltferentwithout results I went to a chysl clan In Memphlll who clnlmN1 that 1 hail dropsy of the heart Us put the Xray on me and In connection with hM medicine ho came near malt ing a finiAl of me Home time before this a Air Young of Bt Louis was In our town lie saw my condition and recommended Dr Mites Heart Cure to me I gave It little attention until my return from Memphis when pleaselltoCUAitLCs aoODrticir- Caruthersvllle Mo Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is told by your druggist who will guarantee that the first will benefit If It falls refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind hhl cleverness his flcudlsl cleverness hail lie fallen back on threats coercion sneers nil might have been different even yet But he set me free to leave him in the lurch lie would not blame me He did not even bind me to secrecy Ho misted ins Ho knew my weakness and my strength nnd was playing on both with hiss musters touch Sot no fast said I Did I pal this Into your head or were yon going to do It In any easel1 Not In pay cast said Rattles Its true Ive had the key fur days but when I won tonight I thought of obuckltiR It for as n matter of fact Its not none man job That settles It Im your ttmui You mean Its Yes for tonight Good old liuimyT ho murmured holding the lantern for one moment tto my face The next he was explatnlnj his iilnns and I was noJdlittfTH thou wo hull been fellow cracksmen nil our days To be centime Abscess Abscesses with few exceptions are Indicative of constipation or de blllty W H Harrison Cleveland Miss writes Aug 15 1902 I want to say a word of praise for Dullards Snow Liniment I stopped on a nail which caused tho cords In my leg to contract and an abscess to rise In my knee and the doctor told me that I would have a stiff leg so one day I went to J F Lords drug store who Is now In Denver Col He recommended a bottle of Snow Liniment 1 got a COc size and It cured my leg It Is the best liniment In the world Sold by Alvey List and 0 C 0 Kolb AX AMKIUCAX Ilxcd the Shot Which Sank tiniest vtnskyV Flagship Arapahoe Okla Sept 18JohnClanccy recently honorably discharg ed from the Japanese navy has returned home to Arapahoe He was In Japan when the lUiisslanJairaneso war began and enlisted under Admir al Togo toeing stationed on logos flagship as a gunner Clancey car ries papers which bear evidence to the fact that he fired the shot which sent Admiral Ilojestvenskys flagship 10 tine bottom In the light In Tsushi ma straits iKcndlblu Hrutullly It would have been Incredible brutality If Chas P J emU rglr of Syr acuse N Yi had not done the best he coal for his suffering s6n My boy ho says cut a fearful gash over his OiJ so I applied Uucklens Ar nica Salve which quickly healed It and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 2Gc at W II McPhcrsons drug store Asylum Attendants Strike Kvnnsvllle Ind Sept ISThe attendants nt the Southern Indiana Insane asylum hero went on n strike because they claimed they were not ted the proper food They say the inmates and attendants were given the sane food Up to this time Supt Laughlin has not been able to tin all the places of the strikers Have you seen Mrs Austins New Dross C 0liaK7 CaxCXXalpp1e1 Jtx I II full end line ofII 5- f n THE HORSE SHOW IS Tom MADE i A MOST RXJOYA lillK KVKNT 1 Directors Selected For Surrounding Cltlefl Many Cash Prizes to Be Offered The Horse Show association continues to make arrangements for the events next month October 18 19 and 20 It is probable that both Deals and Deans hands will bo em ployed tot the occasion and there will be matinee and night perform ances Most of the prizes will be cash but there will be a number of others that are donated The canvass for subscriptions began today Boxes will be sold two weeks beforehand for the entire three days Two dances will be given one by the young men on the 18th And the other on the 20th by the business menMost of the entries for the horse show will be from this section though several will likely be from a distanceA of the chairmen of the committees will be held Tuesday af ternoon at 2 oclock at the Commercial club headquarters The following Is the list of the out oftown director- sMurrayJohn Y Mills Chits 11 Bradley M1 M Fair Solon lllgglns K T Parley Walter Kelley Thos Farmer Ewing Haley Daniel Morris JJ Jtf Radford Dr H W Keidel Wm Hyman Nat Ryan Jas TFor- mer Robert Farmer Nat Gbbs Nace Dutterworth Gates Dutterwortl Will Bogard towing Farmer Ed Farmer J J lime E D Hunt Frank Beaman Frank Miller Wm PurdomNew Concord KyJ Mf Mend owsHazel KyDr W M Mason T W Thompson Wadesboro Dr 0 H Covington E Covington W no Irvan Klrksey Dr C O Guyles Chas iE Clark Linn GroveJohn W Crawford Dr C N Crawford I W Broach DentonPeter Eley Put Stllley Dr VA Stllley Dan Thompson Blandvlller JQus Burnett tf L Turk Hall Bros Tom Campbelll CllntonDr Richmond IILovelncevlllenllUer Hugglns- Smlthland Lacy Hlbbs- Barlow J IL Moore JortlonC G Alexander FultonDr JMI Alexander C W iFowlesHickmanAl i Farris MlOeltlG W Coulter Jno La ndrtnnWickliffeT G Blankenshlp Martin TennrN H Lovelace f CaptClarence L Nichols the reg ular pilot of the combine at Cairo 111 passed a successful examination In Evansville lad Friday for license as master and will now tak I charge of one of the comhlnos big boats J I AUCTIONSALE TONIGHT AT 730 1000 Different- Useful Articles Are selling so fast and cheap that if we were to tell the place we would be so crowded the auctioneer would not have room toicry out i llRrrER N6n I I StakesCairo166 In 48 hours Chattannosa 23 01 fall Cincinnati 132 G 4 rise Evnnsvllle GI 04 tall Florence 08 02 fall Johnsonvllle 22 06 fall Louisville 37 02 rise Mt Carmel 10 01 fall Nashville 7D 04 fall Pltlsburg 58 22 fall Davis Island Dom47 03 fall St Louis 232 112 rise M Vernon 48 04 fall Pad 11 call 54 fail The stage here this morning was 54 a fall of 04 since yesterday morningThe left at 8 a m for Cairo this morning with CaptFra nk Kennedy In charge Capt R D Crlder left nt 8 oclock this morning with the Dick Fowler for Mound City where the boat will be put on the ways or repairs The Joe Fowler left for Evansvllle this morning at 10 oclock Her own ers Intended taking her out of the trade and chartering another boat to take her place but no suitable boat las been found and It was decided to run her another week The W H Buttorft leaves for Nashville this afternoon at 4 oclock The Clyde Is duo out of the Ten nessee river this evening The City of Saltlllo leaves St Louis tilts evening and Is duo to pass here tomorrow night oil her way up the Tennessee river The Pacific No 2 passed down yesterday with n tow of barges and wrecking material The Chattanooga tins been brought down from the ways and tied below the wharf A new cabin and new boiler will be put on Her The Grace Voile was put on the dry docks this morning for repairs The Chas Turner has been let off the Mechanlcsburg docks nnd left for the Tennessee river this morn Ing for ties Capt James F Browlnskl Jr of Carrollton Ky was in the city yesterday and today The Arguand Is bringing Prices Floating palace a shotboat up the Ohio river The Henrietta leaves for the Ten nessee river tomorrow for ties On account of the low water the Unlu4 States government engineers ate now able to proceed with the 1m provments on the falls and at the head of the canal and should the river continue to recede a great dea of work will be done during the next sixty days A temporary railroad has been built across the head of the Kentucky chute on which to trans port material The work will bo prosecutedwith great vigor from now onCourier Journal The stage of water permitting about onehalf of the fleet which started from Plttsburg on the pres ent rise consisting of 2600000 bushels of coal will reach Louisville tonight and Tuesday morning The rentalneat Cincinnati The Monohglahella Coal and Coke company now has a big supply of coal at the Pumpkin I Patch and with the additional ar rivals from Plttsburg will bo prepar ed to send a great deal of coal south on the next rise The Jutte Coal company also has a good supply on hand A good autumn water ijs expected within a fortnight Officers of the Louisville line have given orders for the preparation of their high water craft as soon as possible so that they may be Installed on the first rise The Paducah boats will also receive their annual cleaning and Installation of now parts in a hurry so that traffic will not be delayed If good water comes Evansvllle JournalNews The river Is rapidly approaching the fivefoot mark In Its descent down thin gauge and although the water Is low for the big bouts the I shallow draughters and the mosquito fleet are having no trouble at all In finding the deep places and In get ting along swimmingly While some difficulty is experienced by masters In making many country landings where harbor facilities are imperfect there is little delay on this account and the packets to and from Evansville are running more nearly on schedule time than they might be ex pected to under the conditions Bus iness Is good Fall shipments con tissue to occupy a good part of the deck room on every trip out of Ev nnsvllle and the heavy portion of them will not begin for several weeks Passenger business Is good although one element of the excursion busi ness has been removed by withdrawalcation of schools and the lit Young America to the realm of bunks nnd blackboards It Is rumor ed thu I nn announcement concerning a new whuifhoat may be expected In Evansvllle wllhln the coming week This promise has been made before but the activity that has marked the labors of the boat Interests In the last two days gives hope to ship peril that they will have a floating dock before another moon Evans villa JournalNews Cincinnati EUQulrer Saturday says The steamer M P Wells will hereafter be known as the Chllo this name having been decided upon by the Cincinnati Pomeroy and Charleston Packet line yesterday The boat will run In the Chllo trade when river conditions become nor UuilneBt men and all other who with to carry their bank account where they will recelfe all na enable accommodation prompt attention and coir teous treatment art la tiled to open an account with tU- American W Gorman National Bank Eitabllihod 1872 Capital Burplui 3SD000 Deposit 1676000 Qto C Thompson Pre Ed L AtUlni CaihUr BOARD OF nmSCTORfl T J Atkins VlcePfeildertS Oeo Rock Wholeiale Booti and Shoes W P Uradshaw exCommonwealth Attorney J A Bauer Wholesale Pot tery L F Kolb of Dulioln Kolb Co Wholesale Drugs H A Fetter President H A Petter Supply Co C P Rleke of C II Rieke Son Wholesale Dry Goods Muicoe Burnett Superintendent and Treasurer Paducah Water Co Gee C Thompaou President Interest paid on Time This Bank conducts all branches of a morn Banking Business AFTER USINO HEALTHAND VITALITY I ULIOXTM nTriri3 VLLIi The eroit rctncJs for net OJ3 prostration ntl nit disease of the general organs ol either sax sucl ai Nervous Jrustrallon Lost Manhood Impotency Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental lorry eicesslvo cor Tobacco or Opium which lead to Consumption and Insanity With avert sa order ws iruaranteo i cure or refund tho money told at 100 yer box ouowfor fcioo UK HIM T+ 9 CIiImJCtLcocfeveunJobbr BOLD BY ALVEY 01 LIST AND O C O KOLI PADUOAIt KY t mnl once more At present she Is on the docks at Point Pleasant John B Massengale of St Louis manager for the Tennessee River Packet company President I T Rhea of Nashville Tenn aijjl Porter PIckett of the State Bank have re turned from a ten days hunt In Aorth Dakota They report an Inter esting trip The St Louis Republic says Plans and specifications for the new steel harbor boat for St Louis were submitted to the board of public Im provements yesterday by Joseph W Whyte Harbor and Wharf commis sioner Tho contract will bo advertised until October 23 when bids will be opened Commissioner Whyte has sent copies of the plans and spec lOcations to builders In Jefferson vllle and Evansville Ind Toledo 0 Detroit lIch Dubuque la and other points BO that the city may have the benefit of large competition Tho appropriation for the new boat Is 35000 It Is believed that an outside concern will secure the contract as local builders It Is said have not the facilities for construct ing a steell vessel Cairo 111 Sept 18Prices sjiowboat struck n log and sunk near the mouth of the Cache river five miles above Cairo on the Ohio river Saturday night The boat lies with three feet of water over her deck The people all got off on the other slowboatLow Rates to California From September 15 to October 31 the Illinois Central Railroad company will sell oneway secondclass tickets to San Francisco Los Angel es San Diego Cal for 3300 j T DONOVAN Agt PaUircahky 0 C WARFIELD T A Union Dpt Subscribe for the 8BDI Repair Work a Specialty lick and House Wiring 4 Southern one- structlon Co 104 Brondwdy GWWARNBRMANAGER- llectrfcnl contractors Intimates furnished on everything electri cal Dynamos moors and com plete electrical plants installed OLD PHONE 1619A u InsureWilh L L BEBOIT Generall Insurance Agency 306 Broadway over Globe Bank and Trust Telpk wRCSIOLNCL CoII Acme HotelP H Roger Mgr Brookport Illinois RATES S1OO PER DAY Livery Rigs Furnished at Reasonable Rates ABRAI FaWEIL CO CAMPBELL BLOCK Telephones Office 369 Residence 71 INSURANCE Henry Mammen Jr tawed tet TIM did Kciticky Book Binding Bank Work Legal and Library Work a specialty DR iTrueheftrt hotb PliouesOtllce 88 residence 340 Office Hours 7 to 9 a m II to J- puLyto9Pin NEW- rELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS List of new subscribers added byII the Hast Tennessee TelephoneII ompany today 1824 Paducah Box and Basket Co 14 Ui and Cnldwell 881 IIIClnrk pL J Residence 1 Hlandvllle roadrClla Coonia Mrs DfW Mil litter Co TriieheariLDIdg 1927 Tyrco H Iesidence50S Ohio1929Trent C Woo Reilldence I 701 S llth i1923S1o7er Oiscar Hesldence 723 Husbands I Like other commodities telephone service should be paid for according to lits worth and value According to the last telephone di rectories issued we have In the cltr about 2 GOO subscribers or live tinier ns ninny as the Independent Coyoutside the city and within the coun ty we have C3 times as many subtscribers as the Independent Co Yet we will place a telephone In your 1 residence at the same rate the Indo pendent Co Is supposed to charge and provide In addition long distance facilities which will enable you to each EOOOOOOQ people from you home Call 300 for further Information EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONIC COMPANY St Louis and Tennessee River Packet Company IIFOI TENNESSEE R1VEI STEAMER CLYDE leaves Paducah for Tennessee Wm Every Wednesday at 4 p m WM T HUNTEIt Master o lii this EUGENE company ROBINSON U not ClerkfI f invoice charges unless colltc sheik of the boat II DAM w WHlIVNfl 1 I REAL STATE AQENCVr- OVCAt f DEAL 1ITATB WUTU TUU rtau I IIJIDDOUOUTIXCUANOtDcAQIU toe CM wi oe tai outsnort alatt ease 1rrr= t=F w 1 ar 11r11nr fronton nPP NEW STATE HOTEL D A Ballt 7 Pro- pMETROPOLIS ILL Newest and best hotel In the city Rates 200 Two large sample rooms Bath rooms Electric i iI lights The only centrally located hotel in the city 4 Ceaatrcial FitriMg Salicidi f KILLTHICOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings a New Discovrv i IIFOfl CONSUMPTION roc 1PrleS surest and Quickest Oure tor all- THxOAT and LUNG T KOU- LXI or YONEX BAOK i vII r Il- A PAOfl EIGHT tHE PADtrOAH EVENING St1J 14ONDAYQEPTEMDER IB I I I OpeningofLEVYSn Wednesday September 2O j This store will open with a thorough and complete line of Ladies Suits Coats Skirts Waists Silk Petticoats Mercerized Petticoats Fur Sets Fur Scarfs Muffs Near Seal Seal Astrachan Persian Lamb Krimmer and Beaver Jackets The lines shown will embrace the pro duct of Americas Greatest Tailors and and will include a varied line of Silk Mohair and Linen Shirt Waists that are MADE TO FIT AND TO GRACE THE FORMrI Levys Opening September 20th 1905 830 Oclock r Everybody asked to inspect the greatest line readytowear clothes ever shown iin this part of the country r AT METROPOLIS THE PEOPLE ARE PROUD OF VICTOR OF THE BLUES f Football Will Be Next Many Mat ttrs of Interest From Our Sister City What had been expected to be an exciting and close game of ball pro t veil little less than childs play Sunday when the so far Invincible Metropolis Blues met the supposed crack ICs of Paducah the latter team being supported by Paducahs league battery Brohlc pitcher and Taylor catcher An immense crowd witnessed the game the weather wgs IIdeal and everyone was full of fear and trembling for the Blues That concern for the home team was unfounded was evident at the close of the first inning when the score stood Paducah 0 Metropolis And so It continued until the end of the game tho exception of the two men succeeded In reaching home in time to save the I Cs from a complete shutout Paducahfl battery was al most equal to that of a real good lkid nine and showed that the visitors Were either the poorest of players as- a whole or the Metropolis Blues are L little short of wonders Dyos pitch ing for the home teamywas something far beyond amateur work and In fact everyone of the nine played superbly not an error being made The score was 11 to 2 in favor of the BluesElder Hpll the new minister of the Christian church preached his first sermon as pastor yesterday A well filled house greeted him and the Impression he made was that of an educated and eloquent preacher and everyone is well pleased Mrs Mollle McBane and son Wayne are home from an extended visit with relatives at Shawneetown Fleet Sheppard is home from Liv erpool 0 where he has been at work In the potteries which are among the largest in the world Miss Delsa the 13yearold daugh ter of Mrs Ann Smith whose resi dence is near Yates Landing has been strangely affected of late She was suddenly attacked with peculiar spells resembling epilepsy however the doctors are unable to diagnose the case The first attack came on while she was combing her hair and previously she had always been In thq best of health Milo R Clannhan Is home from Fast St LouU where he went on businessRoscoe Bailey of Jackson Miss accompanied by his mother Mrs Eu gene Bailey and Mrs Ethel Bailey Upton visited friends here last week Mrs James Rankln Is home from Marlon where she attended the fair and visited with her daughter Miss Ethel Claude Robinson and Carl Cut ting a couple of Metropolis boys are at Columbus 0 where they went to join the U S army Sundays ball game between the I Cs and Metropolis Blues and Its un pected outcome has Injected new en ergy and determination Into tho M IL S football team Already In fine form and anxious for a test of their ability the boys are determined tot keep hard at work and soak It to the Paducah H S team the first last and all Intermediate times they come together B D Wood of Logan precinct was In town Saturday on business He related that he had just finished moving his house threequarters of u mile from Its original site and al though the road was rough and all uphill the dishes were nitt removed train the safe nor was anything broken or misplaced It tools a little aL L9y y l frt over four days to accomplish tho task and during the time the family were as much at home as ever He has eight children all of whom with the exception of one who Is IIn the Insurance business at Paducah made the overland trip without mishap Strikes Hidden Hocks When your ship of health strikes the Uhldlen rocks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you ire lost If you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W McKInnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia under tho care of two doctors but was getting no bet ter when I began to tako Dr Kings New Discovery The first does gavd relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at W B MnPhersons drug store price 60c and 100 Trial bottle free Stove- Burning SOFT KENTUCKY NEWSLETS Xcw Military Company Hopkinsvllle Ky Sept l8Amilitary company has been organized at Pembroke and will ask to ho given a place in the state guard S O Ragsdale Is to be captain Douglas Graham tlrst lieutenant and Kans ton P Cross second lieutenant Tho company is composed of fine mate rial Auditors Agent Dlssnilsses Suits Hopklnsvllle Ky Sept 18Thes- uit against Mrs Mary R South r land and JW Downer as her agent for taxes on 100000 worth of property for the pjist five years was dismissed on a motion made by Auditors Agent Frank Lu casThe suit against John D Trice as administrator of the estate of tho of the late Stephen E Trice was dismissed after lengthy argument The suit was for taxes on 200000 worth of property for five years past An appeal to the circuit court will be taken In this case by the revenue agent InvnlvofJ About 18000000 Lexington Ky Sept 18lt cia veloped that a deal Is about to he closed for the sale to Chandler Bros a Philadelphia brokerage house who Is Rtipppscd to represent the Ran dall Morgan Traction Interests of the Lexington Street railway proper ties the Blue Grass Traction company the Frankfort Traction compa ny and several other traction prop erties the deal Involving about 8 000000 The property included In the deal are the street railway electric light and gas plants for Lexington street railway electricllght and gas plants of Frankfort tile Blue Grass Traction company Central Kentucky Traction company and several com panics whIch hold franchises to I build from Lexington to Richmond HOT STOVESsJ1 the Fuel Bill in HalfFor Soft Coal Lignite or Hard Coal As you know fully onehalf the carbon available for heat in soft coal is gas the entire gas supply used for fuel and illumination in many cities and towns being made from common soft coal The ordinary stove in burning soft coal allows this gas half of the fuel to pass up the chimney unburned thus wasting it as a heat producer Coles Original Hot Blast Stove by means of the patented Hot Blast draft and patented features distills this gas from the upper surface of the coal utilizing it as a heat otherII along with the fixed carbon or coke in the coal thus burning all the coal This is why Coles Original Hot BlastI Saves the Dollars and makes a ton of common 300 soft coal or lignite do the work of 900 worth of hard coal Shows COAL local Your old stove and imitation Hot Blast are not air tight do not save the escaping gases and do not give you a warm house nt night You cannot afford to say to yourself II My old stove will have to do this winter The old stove is onlyi1gives It always out the coldest morning Even Heat Day and NightFire Never Out Coles Hot Blast is so perfect in construction that fire keeps all night and when the draft is opened in the morn ing will burn two or three hours with the fuel put in the night before No other stove does this Fire therefore never goes out and the rooms are kept at au even tern perature all the time OUR GUARANTEE tWe guarantee a saving of cmrthtrd In fuel over any lower draft stove of the MIIIC cite with soft coal or lack 3We apacetitan3We morningiWe guarantee that the stove will hold fire with softcoal 36 hours without attention ywe gujfratitce u uniform heat day and night with soft coal hard coal 1 lignite6We ever stove to rtmaln absolutely air tight aa long aa used IWe proofTheI dovebeFor Hard HalfThe perfect control otter the drafts the slow economical combustion and the large positive radiating surface make Coles Original Hot Blast the most economical and the best Hard Coal stove made Cole5 Hot Blast is the modern heater and will save its- cosJilt fuel every winter Buy one for your home now Would You Lose 5000 in Fuel to Save 100 on the Cost of Your Stove That is what you do when you buy a cheaply constructed putty jointed showy made imitation stove Like ql1 successful inventions Coles Original Hot Blast has many inferior imitations avoid them They all lack the patented features and careful construction which make the Original Hot Blast a peat success nameC T NewStore 1 Ky from Lexington to MU Sterling from Lexington to Winchester and from Lexington Nlchalasvllle Stilt Street Our Frnnrlita Hojkiisvllio IKk Siniiiil r iQ- A i 20 year franchise for building nnd operating an electric street railway system and lighting plant In Hop klnsvlllo watt sold to John S Hell Jr of this city for IG The only other bidder was Samuul Crawford of Memphis Tenn at whose re quest the franchise was ordered sold Damngo Suits nt Hopkliisvlllo- Hopklnsvllle Ky Sept 18Soyo- ral suits for damages were filed here for the approaching term of the circuit court A B Johnson sues for 2000 damages from the Ideal Con structlon company and the Hopklns vllle Home Telephone company al leging that last May they cut and1 appropriated wires which belonged to a private telephone system- J D Boyd prays for 2500 dam agog from the Louisville and Nash vlllo Railroad company Ho was struck by one of defendant compa nys cars Nannle Hadford charges that while she was alighting from a Lou Isvllle anti Nashville car at New stead Ky tho train was suddenly jerked forward and nho WitS thrown to the ground and badly Injured for which she asks 2000 damages S R Cotter asks 2000 damages front tho Illinois Central Railroad company Ho claims that In attempt ing to board a train at Mayflold Ky to come to Hopkinvlllo the train was suddenly started before lu could reach a safe place nnd after going about a half mile he was thrown off striking on his hand unit permanently Injuring him There will bo n meeting of the Charity club tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock with Miss Cornlo Orundy All the chairmen of the committee of fho Inn during the Carnival are ra misted to bo present school against elude report Dress COLES ORIGINAL BLASTSaves All Wasted With Other Hard Coal Soft Coal Lignite The burning coal opening magazine cover ordinary base when oxygen supplied stove with Coles Hot Blast this coal which ordinary escapes account their struction causing waste and endangering when escapes into ordinary magazine hard coal threefourths coal partially consumed magazine where gives heat contact with radiating surface The coal kept a white heat combustion throw the heat into causing great waste Coles Original Hot Blast i1 The combustion chamber and magazine combined this stove and Combustion Perfect The stove filled top iron lining This large body hard coal burned under perfect control means abso lutely airtight construction giving perfect control drafts The coal kept a economical cherry combustion and beat direct contact with every square inch sensitive steel radiating face all heat radiated into where wanted and not blanketed up chimney Hard cqnl Cherry Red Combustion burns 48 hours while white heat consumed from 2 5 hours Sold Under Positive Guarantee Guarantee Coles Original Hot Blast use hard coal for heating a given space than base burner with same heating surface Requires attention only morning and night with hard coal Warm rooms day and night No escaping gases endanger The heat wasted up the chimney with other stoves saved Burns Any FuelSaves Half Coles Hot Blast only a perfect hard coal stove but generally recognized as most econom and cleanest soft coal stove made Soft coal half and a 300 ton soft coal a 200 ton slack made do work 900 worth hard coal the half utilized as a heat producer burns softV coal hard coal or wood without change fixtures Scientific Construction KMiiKii siasox In nlimy HUH JI mid UM Tinill Tile fllppor season lit on and rocks a Hipper filing are flying about all the yards Every seems to haw a Hipper j and although it u tho law to shoot thorn both the school law and municipal law tho boys manage tc the authorities Windows are broken from bad shots strong by pens and birds slaughter right anti left The notion deal n good on band rubbers used In making Hipper and as the sales have not abated It is presumed the season will last until tho weather becomes too for the llttl fellows to handle them Hnvo you seen Mrs Austins New or waste of gas in hard is shown by the of an burner the fills the entire flaming gas stove burns gas in hard in stoves on of leaky con great health and life it the rooms In the stove of the is in the it off no as it is not in the one fourth of in the fire pot must be at to the rooms thus the are in the is is to the of the insfde cast of is by of the of the stove over the is at slow W red as the is in of the sur the is the room it is in and sent the at at it Is in to a We to less any the to life is is not is the ical is gas of or of is to the of of as gas is It any of lave boy logs shot nnd ed err very sale cold the Shows Stove Burning HARD COAL Coles Original Hot Blast has an absolutely airtight and i7gas tight construction throughout by reason of its numerous patented improvements The patented Hot Blast draft saves the gas A patented steel collar connects the elbow draft to the stove body and cannot be made to leak air by action of the fiercest heat The patented compound the ash door cannot warp and the door closes airtight by its own weight The heavy fire box protects the joints escapingintoCAUTION Like all original improvements Coles Original Hot Blast has many imitations They are ti failures because they do not have the above patented features The words II Coles Hot Blast from Chicago will be found on the feed door of every Coles Hot Blast None genuine without it This Stove only by FN Gardner Co r i Manufacturers Cuts CoalSaves x StovesF- or sold 1241261281305outhThirdSt w StR concelvablol t Paducah Ky WI