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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k d t nbtitn 1btniurtttu Pk S t j i TODAY tkk j tt von XXIV NO 8 PADUCAH KYlHURSDAY VEHIN1 OCTOBER 22 1908 TEN CENTS PER WEEKj BUSINESS RIGHT PROPBRTY RIGHT It 9 KNOT SAME THING Gompera Favorite Bill Docs Bryan Accept Fhls Doc trine as Ills Own V No Check to Interference With Mans Business I HOOSEVULT LKTTKIl IS PUBLIC c AVfashlngton Oct22nellUbllcan cum itm1lhrAltlrO woe wirkhetj to dry byn letter ifrom President itoo o veil addressed to Senator Knox of Fenneytvanla in which Mr Roosevelt pays his respects to Samuel Compere prinldeiit of the American Federation of labor Speaking at Philadelphia Tuesday Senator Knox took Issue with Mr Oomper oi the question of tho nhltudo of organized labor In the pretvnt campaign and the presidents letter today In support of Knoxn views Mr Iloowelt says In part The remedies whkh Mr Oomp i rs his already rubmltled to ron gress are natters of record and the Identification of his remedy against Injunctions In labor disputes Is easy and certain Tills remedy late embodied In house bill No 74 of the first session of Oho Sixtieth congress the complete text of which is hereto appended The gist of the bill as can bo seen by referring to the complete text is this First After forbidding any fed r1dt1r1 dispute except to prevent Irreparable Injury to property or property tightl specifically provides that DO right to carry on butJncu of any particular kind or at any par ticular place or at all ihall be con 1tPttrs fjejdconsdere43or tTtC ted w U OlJrlYor II constftu irng Ii property right Second It provides that nothing greed upon or done by two or more parties In conniption with n labor dispute shall constitute a conspiracy or other criminal offcneo or bo prosecuted as such unless the thing agreed titan would bo unlawful If done by a ankle Individual Nothing IX M Will SnlUfy- Thtf bill here described Js not only the remedy that Mr Qomper has- already submitted to eongrews but It 1hi the one and onlyremedy which he and those utoodated With him In this present movement have announced that they will acwpt In lhq matter of hla grievance against the courts on the Injunction lamia The countel for the American Federation of Labor and Mr Oomp rrs its i reildcnt are on record to this effect At a hearing before the house conk mltira on judiciary the counsel for the American Federation of Labor on February 5 1908 na appear from the printed hearings stated Tlio bill was considered by at least two sessions of tho executive munch of that organization and unanimously approved It was con sidered lby two national convention the two latest and by theso unan imously IndoVted And In tho face of many opposlttons to amend It in tte fate cf matt jlirofased nubtUtutcs I to the face of prfrwure from every direction from high eources and sources not so exalted the organiza tion has stood by and U Itoday standing by the bIll without amend meat aIr Ooinpon himself In dlecusnImR tho bill before tho same committee on Feb 281908 as appears from the printed hearings went on rec ord as follows Events have demonstrated clearly to my mind that there hi only one bill before the committee titan can at all bo effective to deal with this abuse with thdr Invasion of human rights and this Li the Pcarro bill CloiniMTH iriilniatiiin Further on In the same page of the hearings Mr Qomnnrs state P1I will say this that I think I will try to mako my position dear that The American Federation of lAbor has so declared Itself that U must insist upon the principles Invoked in the Ioarro bill and that I explained al best I could the position of labor that we would rather bo compelled to boor the wrongs whlth we havo for a longer period tlinn to glvo our ascent to the cstabtMiment of a wrong principle believing nnd know Ing that time would give the justice aud relief to which labor thp work lag people aro Milled This bill then and none other represents exactly tho roUef that Mr 0 om Sore remands in the way of anti Injunction legislation nnd if the statement ln ha letter IIs correct this bill represents what Mr Bryan and hitI party are pledged to in the t cM JdlDva Two t exxxxxxx NO MONKY AGAINST TAFT Xcw York Oct 2Tho j election KldH rlinngcil suddenly i Inxt nlnht nnd now even money In the best lint cnn lhe hail ngnlust IliiKhrs while practically no money IIH In ho market against Tufts election The odds 113 to the present time have befit 4 to 5 nRnlnot the clec lion of Oov IliiRlieH YcKonIny bets were male nt even inohley Charles Mahoney mnnnger of the Hiiffinnn IIiiuw Cafe who IN t the largest Mnkcholder In the rclty for election bees sall dlhat I he hnd kOO of hauler money which ho could jiut against 100 ion Got Hughes After this niniiiint Pinch boon exiiaiistetl he said the brllliiR would Ira nt cmi money IUI the governors prompt answer to Jlr luiiileru questions brliiR nlxuit the rliniiRer1 lr Jlnhoney was ask rd I dont kllowwt brought It nlxiiit but the odds have drop ped anti It li even money fnini fy 1I0WOIIWltll the reply wfi7gpCXXXXyxx txXXXXXXXXlti7e7 c coc c= PRISONER SHOT AS HE ASSAULTS GUARD AT PRISON FAldyrlHo Ky Oct 22Speelal uFrank Drown a vicious negro pr- iop9reent s up from Darren county to the branch penitentiary here won shot and probaby fatally wounded by Clarence Glenn a guard at the prison while Drown wa about to brain a guard of he name ot Thomas with a club Qenn fired as the convict was about to strike the ball entering his left side and he will probably die Thomas the guard the prisoner at taekeJ came from Graves county Hubert Hull IleUer- Qrahamvllle Ky Oct 22 Spa d41ltobert Hall who was Injured- a week ago by being thrown from a buggy U slightly better today H hi ftIIltmtt1tttnwbtthC1i1 wMl ttcover HI father John Hall who was Injured In the accident tins about ri covcrcd VOTERSFAILING TO REGISTER MAY APPLY 10 CLERK Voters who failed to reglstej at either of the two regular registration days may do so next Monday Tues day or Wednesday provided ther failure to register was caused by be ing absent from the city both the regular days or they were prevented from going to tho polls by being sick themselves or by sickness In their families The voters desiring to reg later muni go to the county clerks office A number of voters applied at th office for certificates today and num erous calls were made by telephon- from parties wanting to knbw the proper time to register and it ap IMars that the registration 1l1bo well up to that of last year after nex Wednesday Judge Husbands once held that voters could register on the Monday before the election but It IIs not dvAincd safe for voters fo wait for that late date The county clerk IIs busy today put ting up boxes of supplies for each voting product to bo used In the reg ular election Thero ore numerous sundries to bo provided for the dice tton officers such as seals candles envelopes sealing wax Instructions election laws etDnd a good sized lax IIs well filled r r = WKATHKn CLOUDY InnculiiK ploudlnoNM followed by Kliciwerp lonlKlit or Friday cooler Jfti day ami rxtivinewcrMVrtloii onjfiiit lllglicsttItIKrKhu8e tin 1 r r GOY PATTERSON i1NYITBS OTHER- GOVERNORS AID Conference Called to Consider Plans For Putting Down JUdlngtIlie Goes to ReeHoot Lake Un der Heavy Guard- S Mil TAYLOIl TEMS illS STORY Oct122Spec- ladGovernor Tlptonvllle Tenn Patterson was hero all night heavily guarded He went to ftceltoot lake this morning to take charge of the troops News of the death of Captain nan kin and the supposed death of Colonel Taylor bad already been received hero and when It was learned that Colonel Taylor hind escaped and was then at TJIlonvlllo aU of thWn turned out to see him After making repeated statements of big miraculous escape and the death of his partner Captain Rankin Colonel Taylor had to retire to rest It was not until lato In the day time that the effects of the ex perience begun to tell aIr him In making his escape Colonel Tay lor spent the balance of Monday night on an Island la tho lake where he lay hd In the taU cut grass When he eachod the home of Luther Rankin hjsarms showed cuts and bruises from the grass and underbrush These were dressed before he was driven to TIptonvllle but he IIs still sore and stiff and It will bo several days be fore Tie will recover tram the effects of his long fut and rough treatment Iir tolling of the killing of Captain Nankin and of his own escape Col onel Taylor sold that his partner was killed about 130 oclock Tuesday morning As the rope was thrown around the neck of Captain Ranklo Colonel Taylor said that he heard him J9j lPU J killmo7lowed At he tow the lifeless boJy of the mobs fuy dangling In the air Col onel Taylor raid that he saw that he would be killed If he did not escape He made a dash for the woods and plunged Into a bayou about lO feet wjjde A number of shots were flreJ at him but in the darkness they nil wont wide of the mark Colonel Tay lor then swam to a sunken log behind whfch he threw himself Imme diately volley after volley was fired In all about 200 shots but none ci them penetrated the log and he escaped injury The mob evidently thought he was dead as they with draw leaving him to his fate Ihvrrllxs ills Flight Colonei Taylor gave a graphic de tcrlptlon of the murder of Captain Ilarkln and his own escape Taytorileelfoot ake In response to a letter Citywho theelog house or Ward hotel and after timeeluring the night we were arouse by a knocking on our door and on open ing the door taw a body of masked men landing In tho hull The Ileader tof the mob ordered us to dress say ing that ho wanted to talk to us anJ wo were taken to the hanks of the lake tome distance from the hotel Tit leader of tho mob talked with us te ing us that wo associated with Judge Harris too much and were tak ing too much Interest In the lake Ho said hat the West Tennessee Laud company and Judge Harris In pro hibiting fishing In the take were causing women and chlllren to stave and that something had to be done Did Not ijKct Slobs Action Ip to Uiat time road no Idea that the mob Intended us any harm With out warning a rope was thrown around tho neck of Captain Rankin and4ho was swung to a limb He pro tested exclaiming Gentlemen do you Intend to kill me the reply of the mob being a volley of at least CO shots I saw at onco that my fate would be the same and before tho roar ot the shots died out I jumped Into the bayou and made for a sunken Jog At least 200 shots were fired at my flee ing figure but I was not touched The mob evidently thought I was JeaU for I heard one of them says Ho IIt dead let him go and the body withdrew I remained In the water until the swamitoed put to try and get home and walked all nIght I reached Mr Tones house at about 7 oclock He drovo mo to tho homo of Luther Rankin six tulles away I reached there about 830 oclock There I breakfast and had my gotI dressed and from there I arrived la TiptonvllloDensbtirL T UiiOet ZtOovj xxx occxxXxxxxxxxxxxx aaac acx acxxxxx cxxxxxc r Auto Blown Up With Dynamite 1Chicago Oct 2211 the result of the blowing up of nn nuto mobile In Hawthorne a suburb the police believe nn organized effort Is afoot to check speeding An auto was destroyed while moving and not enough wits left to Identify it Thc occupants are missing It IIs not kiyWn whether they wore filled Tho police say dynamite was used TI ey believe residents are determined to stop auto maniacs VI xxxcxxxxicxxxxxxx cx acxxxx 7ac c x cxxxxxxxXxx cx t Civil War Breaks Forth Between AUSfriaand the Two Provinces in- Balkans and Troops Being Massed f a IWGuerilla Warfare in Mountains Kngagcs120jboo Soldiers oflf Empire and Many Are Killed s 22ActualLondon Oct warfare between K0000 1Austrian soldiers and citizens of the annexed provinces of Bosnia and Herzceovlna havo been in progress ten days according to a Montenegrin agent who arrived here It Iis a terrible gorilla warfare In the mountains Score were killed The situation Is so dangerous that AUV 7apforcementeStrict teaching the world ltft t AllianceParis between Turkey iand Bulgaria Is The lilt est solution suggested for the permanent settlement of theUalkan troubles and the announcement or this proposition may have an Important bearing on the conference tj weep MI Iswolsky and Prince von uelow at Berllif on1 Friday u Enrich Tliompson 3lny iie Melber KOct 22 Special Little Enoch Thompson bJ1elght yearold lad wh ytt0ijculhaji4jlijo rjbi were fractured bra fall from fhorse Is not improved today wlthlfbut slight chances for recovery He Json con Ktous at JnteVvrils tWNIl nt Metropolis SpecialOtisof Dear K wore married here by Magistrate Thomas Liggett who also united W H Judklns of Paducah and Mhrs Louisa Schmulen of May field AND RESIDENCE ARE DESTROYED FIRE VICINITY OF BLANDVILIE hasCroon Patterson naked the gov ernors of six southern states to die cuss means of stamping out the night idere The assassination of Rankin and Taylors escape have given Im petus to the plan 111s expected the governors will agree One plan sug gested tIs to seek the aid of tho fed tegulartroops bCourtt jjjnlon City1 Tenn Oct 22cryc- ult court wilt convene ID special see RapIkinand arrests are expected Martial law prevails in the Iteolfoot lake section Troops are searching houses of cltl fens for evidences tl+ occupants participated r Terrible Blizzard iDenver Oct 2dA D WtlHams andAVorren Dlydonburgh ranchmen lost their way In the blizzard raging In tho mountains and were frozen to death The storm is the worst In years It 1s flared many hunters In the mountains will perish InMontana Lewiston Mont Oct 22A blind Ing blizzard Is raging here Traffic In central Montana Is tied up Trains on the St Paul railroad are snow bound and stages aro stalled In the snow drifts fifteen feet deep Thereto no stir of cessation of tho storm Conference in East Toklo Oct 22A convention of powers Interested In the eastern prob1I lhem may be tHe outcome of the fleets visit Japan U openly urging the con ference of Japan America and Eng gand the three interested nations The Japs declare thqre has been too much secrecy regarding the motives of tho powers In the Pacific Japan Is ready to proclaim her purposes If other nations wll join In the confer ence OIHcers of the fleet favor the plan ami are gteatly Jnvprewed wkh Japantt greatness They think the conference an excellent Idea J 1r Extent of Flood Not Known Shawnee Okla Oct 22Todays reports fall to confirm reports of heavy loss of life by yesterday1 flood Scores are missing however and it Is Impossible to tell whether any ore killed until the water recedes Manj rescue parties are out assisting en dangered persons Several fishing and hunting parties are marooned The river rising Is due to heavy rains land unless the people are rescued speedily there will be great danger Hundreds were rescued from trees where thy sought safety Many are homeless and there Is an enormous property loss Tnlai Okla Oct 22The Arkan sas river has risen ten feet as tho re sult of rains tasting 34 hours Resi dents of West Tulsa are moving out tearing a flood All tributaries have overflowed and there is a heavy loss Of live stock i v yy And the Squirrel Escaped Orahamvllle Ky Oct 22Spo- clntWben Orover Smithere a lad 17 years old spied a squirrel up an oak tree this morning he was without n gnn but he did not hesitate to climb the tree after the spry Httl animal Thirty feet from the ground Smithers seized a rotten limb and Sell to the ground Ills right ankle was rpralnej but he waS not hurt odi ously Dr S Z Holland examined lnjusadslightly Taft in Indiana Lawrencehurg Ind Oct 22 WllUam H Taft began the last lap of hls campaigning with a speech here He will spend three days In Indiana before his eastern trip Ho addressed a dozen crowds today mostly farm ers His voice Is greatly Improved by yesterdays rest at Cincinnati BARN BY IN Farm land Drops Lantern and Starts Blaze in Hay dl DIandrtllo Oct 22 Special Fire that started in the stock barn of Joseph McChrtktian near this place destroyed the home of C Drown winch was near the barn The loss vas about 1SMO with 4O insur ance 77- A 7sfarm hand was in the barn feeds tag the stock when the lantern he was carryilntt exploded setting fire to the barn Thirty bushels of seed wheat 12 tons of hay and a lot of farming Implements were Iniliij barn rousing a loss of 1000 with uo In surance The Brown Iloss ig esthnat edat OO with 400 fasurifncot v lForest Fire pagin- gpPssirgers 1 on trains tOm4nglo last Bight aid tills morning report that a orest lire was raging between Kut tawa and Iron Hill and that fences and crops are being destroyed The sectIOn of the country where tko fire started Is thinly jwputated and no res Idences or barns has been destroyed A New Business Block Work started today on the two story and brick drug store building which Hi J Pettit is to erect nl Tweldl and Trimble streets on the vacant W opposite his present store The but ding Will be up to date with the late t thing In French plato glass front anilAiled floor It will bo cost pleted Vuiil ready for occupancy shortly alfter January 1 Chicago Market Dec I High Low Closer Wheat 1 100 99 Corn cri 03V Outs ii 47 47i 47 Prov 11500 1540 1540 CloseMaraWM iH ALLEGED NIGHT RIDER YOUTH TAKES HIS OWN LIFE AFTER TALKING OVER PROSECUTION John Prescott of Lyon County Under Indictment For Raid on Birmingham Shoots His Brains Out COMMITS TERRIBLE DEED IN PRESENCE OF HIS FATHER AND MOTHER AND SISTER AT THEIR HOME Father Seizes Lads Arm As lie Sees Revolver But Desper ate Youth Frees Himself and Shoots ofhisyears mem ber of a prominent family shot his brains out yesterday just after noon In the presence of his father mother and sisters and before his awestricken gjaspYoungraid at Blrmlngnam Marshall county where an aged negro and a child were killed Suit for 50000 damages has alto been flied against him by the surviving victims of the raid Yesterday Prescott had been talking to his father about the trouble and the matter was llscuased by the entire family at the dinner table Not- Ing his sons queer actions as he arose from the table tile father watched outIncaught bold of the boys arm but with the strength of a maniac he was thrown aside and the boy putting the barrel of the revolver close to his oozingfromPrescott was a son of Henry PrescOtt a prominent farmer of between the ojvers section of Lyon county Ho has always borne a good reputation and It Is believed he was Inveigled on the night rider raid iby ommHledfordicted he became so despopdent that ho ended his life DE BOB SPEAKING TOMORROW NIGH- TEILLSONIS L DUBSS cithailJ Deboe who will address the voters on the Issues of the presidential cam palgn Tho series of speeches that will bo made by Governor A E Wlllsoa 1Ii this district next week have aroused great Interest on account of his greatt reception at HopklnsvlIIe Princeton and Paducah lie will speak at Mur ray at 10 oclock Monday morning Then ho will go to Denton for speech at 2 oclock ln the afternoon and he will come to faaducah on a froight train or In an automobile tto catch the C10 passenger train for Fulton where toe will speak thatt night Tuesday he will speak at Cadiz That will complete his tour off Christian CaldwelJ Trlgg Marshall t Calloway and jiltekman aunties where there haje been night rider disorders fl 1 Inspecting I C Shops J O Neuffer superintendent o machinery and 11 W Dell assistant superintendent of machinery arrived this morning from Chicago In prlvjito car No G and today made an InsVec Lion of tho Illinois Centrat shops The officiate are on their regular Iblsplct- loll trip Bryan Will Answer Point Pleasant W Yalj ct22 Bryan answered Ilooseilts letter demanding to know hls position on the Injunction quesUojV by saying iIf Roosevelt would rel f 119 labor Dy speech he wouiaw Scover his Vf s lie promises to pi1 apes letyv soon He made twent t9iy Tomorrow he tEtta Inrft ark BY PAttING TREEJ NICK JJAOBS WAS CRUSHED DEATH t Word was received incity this morning of the death ofr NLk Jacobs who was killed Vtterdayj j4 work In T I of ernoon while igboda ner Oscar Ballard counfilm i Jacobs was cutting down UnWvLil bet ha ho could let put of the tre tell on him crushing hla 11 almost Immediately Mr Jacobs two brothers Capt J A Jacobs w Is IIII charge of the Pavonla now i the eon river after dlesk s J8ewhoW watchman sin i 1- arJu rorv alp g taN dt et NEW KIND OF JAG IS DEMONSTRATED Brae PRUffMA 1 Y Memphis Oct 22 Whether he was trying to take his own life by menus of Inhaling chloroform with which he had saturated the mattress of his bed1 at the Arlington hotel yesterday morning or was simply apply 11Ing an opiate in an silent to accumu late a peculiar Jag may not fie solved by the police departmenC but In either case H A Frultomo aged 30 a tobacco salesman of Murray Ky was tacked up at the centra 11aIFrllltemn earn that lie had her a spree and that he was tajoa drug to quiet his nerves t to sleep Ito denies tbrjlolatuon Ing to end its life aiufnn with had taken the drujyfi thfe upon before when gffgflff a1Ji required more Jf the liquid f hint this tlmXlSan ever Hf- Ie ra + tCiCr tt- aroI in jIMC1Vlfei visit Itflt + so aCPUntfJt IsTiaaif1owiiers fa good wbUee1t JJkal troutiw sting drunkwitlcY ap tl1 to pay linJI Ills relatives Nero no tiRed atirlsTenn by SergiGrlfiln and itswlfo came after h at g oclock last nightrFrultema hal thehotelfcengoingmanytimessusplclonVl1JJon9r zttracledto his conduct yetgeiayI morolnp when he cydoatlrtlred oC golrg to the drug store asked a bet bey to get a little of chloroform fortlm Pennthe strutted tho boy not to gett the drug- Frultema went himself returned SSslipped tho room occupied 1 y the mysterlmiw suddenoIhoythe bed Inhaling the fumes of the hatbeenwashaltrnt but mado an effort to conceal the bottloundor the bed An examtnatlon showcdthat chlctoformbottle1 andtilerwardbatortheyesterdayt Tobacco Silti brokerlaughI rangingm1 w l7el ea Transports e r 1Det Z2 tYw crtr iicobs1adadd heir r Jt t II j r raw ftIut THE PADUCABrl EVENING SUN n TiitnieoAY ocronwH 22JI f RBIAR0S FOR iiiANY HEROES Cafaeglo lleiknn11Fogt Mixed FortyEfifhV + SttkJiftIJlrlll ufl Altotc1 il6 ttClilclrnivnnd iydmvs of HIQ Jlcrfe L 1Ltilir4 JIli mTtt Plttsburfih Oct 22Tho Carneglj fccapp fugd comfhtslflnI lrjcognized 48 perions is havlnj1 performed acts of hero lama deijerYlnJ recognition TDC9e hciilae Keith A Cattp Decatur 111 stu medaLEdwin l Manchester 3Ech bronze medal and 2OuO for education Edward J Blber JansIng Mich bronze reeds And 2000 for educa trop i v WIlHam 9 Schneider Oelwcln Ja bronze medal and UOO toward pay Jag debts = Jrfi ACrQllas Chicago brpae motel1 Fred P rg peotJa lf bronze medal and a XHr tel oduoatlom Jcs W Jcssoa Oak Hilt ailrfi bronze medal end 1000 for homo Baiter s Scsr Ttcumsh illdstl- bletranaJt14 lscxatJIO iiptoiit jratonna iltapaabr4nze metal tia4 2000 for educaty nJ J OW A retwqn joky itoraasM itiwd4 3d 41 000 toward a borne t7tww4t H Japtlqpa Cafea9i reII Medal KSU B J Rhelnfrank Milwaukee Wit lifter BetelI tad 1O9 toward a Mpog It Tau Ww lB NebrtU TVTJMdal ft t10CrO toward a home FKiWi Ktaamtr Ua l g1 Alan rMM cat SUI dlaaWetaent lasai s sad MW to pay debts FMsklSB H Hollridje eponset Inrme4sL wesag W Dimutt GKa Haven 3IMIL attwr medal UII 1000 toI M tee + Prd dL let BMetl1 Mldr al zet zsedal and 150 beaetlsltiaelaeI E Lyps Howard Lake 2Mu silwc medal to Tennessee t apr of Rachel Max 9n4esorth Mankato Minn rihwvnhltl to lib soother Kteasora iM039i a month anti 5 a mouth fet eI111d sMhttt i1 diI1ibn1Uybdal M1yQilJetmedalt and50o month to late widow aid 5 a month for each minor child August Schultz Bralnerd Mich silver medal and 50 a month to 1111 vttel and f 5 a month for each utlnofiFhj14 1 a- ci J Lj JBMESS RIGHT 0 1 OHtIBaItoll pKd uaeX t +matter of antiInjunction legislation bees Mayan Accept te inJHBctlen plink In the Bryan r jp erattteaJ Mpund vaguer andtj II titkerals nothing vague rJ I bill orI art bHl IIt Is a pro f 8fit4ti xed and doflnltq ataditt operai Je correct6 ex dJaeaetnea lt were an tteri 4l W + Mc Jrr a platform crackeat Waie ptala4 in detail action of oau4 ytiverb Junction 1+latfae it palalga aoeeptt ft amttpcht i I 10 whn ikeulA state p1b1 II- J Y rI erbe tOR 04 the pric- of 1 iJ1ia I lIhk i theoffiela Ii pp1 of yygoe ers and tttowe who atand wlth tray1n- 9t J Mr Goroptf1 tfcat Mrytrry baa made this prQGr tit 1tR e yL y e tr omp ere eorrect In FedTheoouaoell J ttoq Cftabori raw4natioa- before 4b houaeort F It11chl Mr COQipgr IIsageif titias- aatgayery fr81 Is o- wharbe s9StJolrJr bq- to1t U II thd copvequoacg ot that L PLUMtING A asFittingy asFittingEI i izi3X1ki JIll u 9e riron of that bUt which yuys the tight to carry on bu lnew shall not bdWrilItltd lr6 protection as h projk erry right lily wOrds nr- oAimppYhnCanrMnkmen1 Ift wmo operation pr proceedings from the comnwifiltyl lettta say by vio lonce or pursuajuon or iilckotlng away from thejrreptiees reduce thojuj prka to n state of uttor helji ltaatftss andWfer jjaiii not n wheeli liw vjhfk nor lafi ixiwjRs iu oporatlon tllTthI I pin1cgCtodklls Mf Bryan in rfOJIty pledged tt0 this pent of view Will he definitely say either ip writing or In n public address whjjthJr lie Jflovcw with 5tp Gotnpor hint tlt protection heretoforo afforded brUo courts of eqiilVyt to the right to carry on a Ilaw itadftlfUt who that lower arc i- aiogslhol despots t Thai ItlncklKl t So tar as tho second section of tills bill Is ponccrned It Is porfectly clear that it would legalize the black list and the sympathetic boycott car legnllzActso declared oppressive unjust and Im faoraf by Uio best and molt eminent tabor leaders them clvCI Does Mr ntrytm believe with M r Gompers that hoxcnd that part ofwith labor morLla sit that lIreWm has thprlRlit morally and thou t1o 1 be glues the Tljfljt legally to paralyzl or to destroy wiih ImpiiRliy theiuelU nose of nn Innocent thirdI 1person against Whom ho or they have no di rut grievance simply because this third person refuses to join with lbenL nggroslllly Ina labpc con trpvwsy with tho real merlin of which too may bo utterly unacquaint ed because he refuses to class as his enemy any and every other employer whom they point out as their enemy because ho refuses merely upon their peremptory order to ccxcoran muBlcaio omo other employer by ceasing Jill business relations with hl11 The blacklist and the second ary boycott are two of the most cruej forms of oppression ever de used by the witness of men for the Infliction of suffering on hs weaker fellows v Ke court could possibly exercise icy mama Brutal tnfeellnsr or despotic power than Mr Gonrpert claims for hlmiolf and his followers pert wit them without let or hindrance of any kind to carry on every form and degree of the secondary boycott tBEN PRISONERS I fiSCOnTEft TO EDDYVILLK PKXI TKNTLXItY BY JErUTlKS GusItogcrs In Charge of Committee tcares With Tliem Today rT n prisoners pfven penJtenUary sentences at tho ja t term of circuit 9 jurV were escortedio the Eddyvlllo o branch penitentiary today by a squadl of spec al deputies sheriff ln ciarROI sentencosoI five earaaafoltows- BrenktigwafohouroWI1l Vkk life flop ywatg Brei klns railrqadI car irwktLeach 2 years lions breaklifrg lobn jjenalj g live years ErBMtHaU and Newt Helm two yeaTs caohv Dreaklps storehpuso Henry hell two yeasts nobbejj TorQlltgkerM yo1zIJ sad Uud D9b son one year Ataining mousy by false prqtrcnsardBjn Wilson four years kp Rldjjway one year Her pert Nlcholsqn seutenced fAr twoI years for forgerh fa npt taken to lrlon as a tgdtoaIRr a now trial1I i+ 4Ua Ijcard tlrflrst dayqf the cjvill jjB filch lbegtnn October 2G Toninlllunar e r for Qruhhs and yictoii Wai fcy lettflt 1120 and will1I Itt Qclock thIs afternoon XVrljf All On HlTrSt1iI Tommy calledi mqth ier ffojnlfabwnBtiirs VVre fat odd1 LEvirybpdrsJVagpzinp 1t4 t caaon W1our ltuei 1 l growinjto rap dly tWglone because bar prtucgnrttoI moderate Its the houest trrb htap tnd dependable nttrteietiet4w cbliugc- uftumerd a bMk1etHIfIttert LaC11l Why noYOUt 1 R fall Fuitt SOLOMIN tTB8 Tailor j22 BrcadYiay- tNl j SEWERAGEa y Steam Heattngi rt eating 4 ULS ON treetf New loo p96Z j J rr K Knd 1 j ingt I ulileh HIus n I InI t Ninglj jirw MlMt l ti Ilej 1 of 1 W Mind store largo of tlho 1 t juilc few tlsi l 1111 na It in M bat beet tIch1 1C1Jt U ia nl ad t Jlpre Ml S Ij 301I D nr O s r that yx01 about union have not for me f d I jtlOHNJITClELL11 J J Jllih thr to sedate I Hni 1leJt1 pea 1 l 11It1 sirs4 j l terd f net i e of I 6t rej jJll or j t iniI Ini I t JI I mrpl oa e t l nayf glv1 lews1 ox 1 au of tpa lflllOI or i- I J I 1 ui a 1 That I i t lde- l iI it o I t the I i grit Ihb I i I ltlon lon In with I I toJ1 1 Ilht thQ 1 i can 1 H L Some ExtrQordmevyJGQpd Things for II FrMay and Saturday BuyeriX- 7jir J ano ilnliff loU of businctia and pleasing ovtry customert but yo want move and flroro f ROWS fillet It nud common senses businessmethod tells us there iis no hotter way to- tt nocomplUli Ihiscpd Iliau to give the people extraordinary Rood ihinga rtt pViccs they would pay for infortor merchandise elsewhere We mention hero 001a fuf of our mniiy barrniu3 for Pritlat1 And Saturday and only a few minutes visit to our store will convince you of the many will hestattention Friday and fall peg nldOUR CLO HJAG DEPARTMENT I Wo feel that ourselves and our trusty t suggest t alto have hen ticre t select tot but dmj Mtlillj for shock Ik your size here fortlie Ktnillltan alteration to It of you suit pW Its all right well keep I t Mt until rou need It It doesnt thermometerrl Kiysjhe r id weather ft coming and y u will be ready for It romahl al lit wUj gtjjtts ute m II name in thia ua5nthor d manner It- hot abupdmtlyaMtitoaspmkfcr nlr1t edraoipcl hb7ti tn thtsvi uawarraa + III lberte taktn with my name I avail mywU of alllwboI IXllillIlnatonS1lf BRYAN PARADE IOSTIG1111sS iCfCtLFIhUIqSJ l1mploIuiid Vrblclix tluyllii0- I AlArrliI ajtbiAJt aradolirt nilit buys Men t trusts Tli dire wojid have liven mighty little of It left t The Door Trust and lid lee Trust made up the most nrjTrJtflabgls nU Qeor them dJtIIIint Lie bfowery hortes roll jyt with baancre Trulitsi i E If the hear Trust had withdrawn front the parade It would have cnt In half at least Everybody who stew the pnraJe knots what part tho hear Tniii took The Wagons were UlipuIfflJ l to extent by decorations but they were rccognlzod otwfjtfft standing this offort I n0IJrygny has over liven known onKvlllo lar rank eja it surpaetm4 Joe It1hattun I Hare aro 9 aJfjtho tatomenU made by the Journal1 corn wlt thetarwore upward ft 1 5 people In line There wero 3C44 tn line tltgrolwgreThere word Just 171vt9 Pn foot and oi 6ttlllIgIerel byebconservative estimate By i andjJ1oatsThe CpurlorjRufria sald lwprp50 automobUcB There wore justl1G vv theInelgtsborhaod rodo at Intervals Thpro were not toldlThedrul111corlJ hero Is the exact kcup of tlio parade It PI161t Jeffersori street between Thld tud F 1oIrthll Jr iir P t 9l more that apacn here will not permit us to tell you about lint in cajh iloprtrtmeut nor store you will find salesmen of high merit who are polite lIlt accomodnting niid who know their business BO that tho mother can send their Hf tie boy for any article site may need knowiiiR ho re ceive tin that cnn possibly ba fJveu t r I Mens 25 S its1 and- Saturday 20II- We bought from ono of Amer icas Icftt monufHcturcrfililijcn tire of this spoclal Ipt limit hot at a great money s vinf price ThnstrlQlstlioverrlntCRt and strictly hand tallured1 every wrinkle rowtrtiUcil bv the hljh cat expert tailors The coat in marta In a threebutton sack with tha latest Rtyln collar fancy pocket and past cnuUtfh dip Ui hiakc It nluy trousers Ileft welt seamy and flap wICket of livli grab WoratedJt the new Olive color witH a very stylsii stripe This Turnout isactu llv ilcaoat tlio rcuular pilot aa5txl Our wo are Iolnl to nlvtno our Roast luer S20lUlt I 1 II in Justice to cuRtomorn wn- Vfant tbjse nut their fil suit will delay cutrfo 007 make your eiccJvn large acid Is large orfat man If is bo made we do frco cSianre If dont want the 1bz ben l Therefore III of Wflhcnl the of it Qi been brewery some plainly r In goratlcin few Coiiriorf O1 actual there TiJ oa I j stock nudo there I d 407413 fROADNfA1 brie Jinn n o cuak arid h1I nn CoulII Seven automobiles sad n VtiMy Tho ahegrof with a iaid awe the II car w4lh Mr Ilrwu anti Jit purtv aboard Fire I1UloU1blln Jntpx ndwo r tdwne1i a fnwJ of small lK m eaririataTwo ahtomottllvI Ian on Imgrssbaek I ntomnluJe a- Tyht JUt rlr3aVAli nl hoptostwoon WeteA Ke tlttp4g1tef and a lAlijiggles atM a sirrcj TliHtjnlBr Itwit on foot Band JThlftyflr 01n oft n v1 nve on horamgok r IJjhl hosts and a grocery wagon JamesICreeI t I Wagon 11411I inB 9dmuoJ Jams Gosh Qll1lll1U I A bJitr p OBO mntfn UpjwlmpR I arid tortynvo on folt 4 A bajid 111 on foot N J1lr1OpIoni l portlienr Five flpaU two arrlasw and fbe- bugeirn lx brewe waconi and two lIco- tt wagonsA four IJilIgle and three wtigapa 1IllCOB trained poolos Four niAn on li r eiback Vwagon rind tour ftoati j hjglitJon foot It tnnn on hotec ibeclt anti a man with a banner hand sand oJf htynvp on foot mansonan nulqmqbllp A band flghtythree on foot nnd four on horseback a- Iwagpq then fitxtythrqc on foot I I OdiIGllartlUJJnq xtyQvo4n all lIbl Three wagons thrcojncn on back a drjtm cprpIIQllpcn nllHf foot and two ou horMhSCk I I1Ror111InbusBiPs ruid a b nlI I Slxtrono wIthtorcljCBJVniJ two horseback art lidI wjnnh iiida OnII wagon flllod wltfi hays I 4tlgsCostcretf work V i i A band a donkeyj 1 UJioled WJ tItwonlyono on foot eight outi horito j Imik chtejlytbruI t nnoottllnctYtJthteo v f t I Y m t HAWES VON GAL There is nn yon know a crcjit HATSjS- quality of sUthats inven though they same Time ilawei Von Qnl Hats different bcflaufcpUioweariac qunlity is hileqimled in many higher priced hats They arm flexible Jumble and always retain thoahopc1 Prlct3S300 h InlerwovenManhattan ose flShirtsBuy these Hero r 3Tlloynnd money wear becutwiceaUM they nroalr said about the dlf sjlutely dnnlltelnurentI broach of toe and Ilee t1rddrtS1 that It 1Is era tan gunmetal only thorn who i 4rcy purple bluehardI nnl darK red not tried thud Manhattant tlint will s op and wondir which IS time lhest shirt to a biy The belt proof of the pudding In the lasting UiortHf Su with this shirt ontoused doter put aside for any uihcr Nevus Its UUIiiK nbig1 I If is f1 et STYLISH HATS ii- t Ve are never lost on stylewhen speaking of hend gear bat here is Slraethinpr out of the ordinaryrortstyle Its the Crpfct K Knapp HII8 t shades of the ninny tans brown black bud olives in shapes tdi unit ovcr one and ua expert bat man who can tell you if a certain style hat lorik well on you or not Como in Frlda or Salurdny nud ROtone thoie Stylish hcadpleccaf 3trice rJ 41 n Iband sliddi with 1Janrli- r1ortoOllt on horcoliatk sad our 1 I riJ utr lrybtittot aateh Vine brewers waacneIhk Uuh two other wngoM A UlAn on1iois bck 13S on flirt nay of tm Hoyt and a bancIFanrtotva wnftont prtneliwHr bMw err a carriage aitd a lwwy Ton men on laoHtebnrUvnt whin IB tervnlg Jhld a bniul JOG on Jot with s WOIRdtwo wage w labeled Third ward cttbtu IUtwrU1lilt TOBACCO NEWSS Mn flrlil Snl I1IIFortivtwv hpRstadl nora pf to fit ArflrnlItW N AUIson CoS9S 200 at 1112atlIJ II llai dOA 57 nt 7 US at 10- Vft II Qoiirantoe 2i9 at IS S79 at 8 3 at M 7 at Pt 11 at 18 T 0 11 rmnnoat4A ot 8 all at U snh8 at I IfCO 907 at 8SlSat i9 too at 8 4M nt ID n1I ut 10IMcClnln Ilrosboa tOt at 8402 at fi toe nt J860 BIB nt 8- i at II 09 at 19 418 at 8 108 nt ttlOj 417 atDOW TrionNoe 182 nr8 2 i8 tit 8 nrOIfI1GOo1 A rflthtS08 18 1 at 8 02 at flO 208 at 111 11 nIl IS50 203 at tO 240 at III 1 Gregory ft Glbton No 100 at s- It G Bagwell No 0 nt S50 lath of nil kinds- Oystersl largo and small frog legs shrimp Tokny Grapes Grapes Niagara Grapes Grapes r 9 t t tit Tluwelay tai ultugrSIt bgbcs i of tubapcu tote IOOUjbt Tncsda li4MrI t Thabws Myhe as folowe t W X Allison ft Ceo 19at I10K t OrtmUi IHinnetl Xo 202 at 1Q60rI J A WlahtXo 21 etintaJUCIate UrAtXo 17 at litI I Mesesuaerfotthr911e Tubarrn 1ltdIIcHftafht Oct 2TJio salsa on the heal t0baO bresk won on to low j 1 OilS crop borlor 12 lark 3 t1907 crop barley 8fi dark II od stage bunfrr 7 dark 2C original In pftcUnn W4 twrfewe 49 Total 179 IloJ ctlon xMtonlay burl v l dark 11 The State Warehosee rniU13 hogs I t rt 160It to rI 1 1t190it + The XlnthBttttet warehoutc old 1C hogsheads of tmrloy at 1 1300 to I220U t The lxiil rlle witrohou W bold 3t P liaKuhaMK of tjuriny at 760 to 18v26 curd IS ItdgKhOftill of dark At 4 770 tg 1023t S The Dark warohatae raid 22 hbjrf ri lieads of dark at IC10 to 910 Tho Central warchouio Mikt 2X hojiliMirs of itetk at 850 to 1475 lt This Farmers warohoitw add 111 t liOK hwiJa of burley at ltls to SOSO i I Y I 5 y Iranihergers IIIJIIIJHenry AcUerman cntrrthlned ecu eral liuaJreill voters poHtlclan ami Iuilldltelo with tI German hamllWt1f fOiint at hU ttore 210 Kontuoky aye sue 8t night Tha lunch was tcrvdt tin Huropcan fa h0n and was tightly t- tenjoyod Sovera talks were nuade by 4- 4andidatas r TOMORROW IS FRIDAY COME TO Ideal Meat MarkettM sc 4 510512 BroadWay I j ft rtrft 1 l 1 For Good Things Suchi et c h J I rJ Concord Cqlayrba hfterthatfi 1t A guarantee tiroeturylhing larkttpcr than anywhere else Conic And eve i1o f oOlIrHIt- JlMI1tmb a r It Is the ideal Market 510 and 512 IIronlltwny a To arrlvo one thoutAnd ball j kola ot ellII18 Inv SllItrllny Jr ro dJi J l l t tnuiisDAY OOTODhIt1IID PADUOAH EVENING SUN PAGE TJlItEr ri W I ELECTION TO BE 1 J P A SSWEEPING ONE 1 ItIIn Twenty Eight States Gov ornors to bo Chosqn t i In SIS KtuloM DO PiiMM I1 C ii flUi j dit1Y1jI I rr JL1YI k uisTioH H li I lrrJJml Chicago Oct 22 Klectlons wllItt I ho held In tho vdrloue states and tor ritorks of Arizona and Now 310x1 November 3 Three elates ol Maine and Vermont have held their ilato ulectlons and have nanicd mem berg of tho next cangresatiro sixty I first Arkansas and Georgia have y ifyl III I Selection In 28 states governors orll Bother etnto officers aro to bo elected I Of number of theto states will alec slat member of the legislature Six states will chooso Justices of the su 1 I prcni court or minor etnto officers lu aovoh COn IlI1I only nt to bfI s lc1rtalld In two congressmen I QudII a sgislatura only i This tonna of at foiled State ienhtore 18 nepubllcana and 13l 1 iippfocratf1 expire March 3 19011 Alabama Arkansas Ixmlluna andi nndlIcntitkj inont has chosen a legislature which will name two ItopubMoans The present senate Is composed of G Uf publican and 31 Democrats Jlcmbcrs or the national house ol I prefcntQlIvet nro to bo elected Oregon Vermont and Memo Jiavo al ready chosen Republican roprcicnta- tlv ps In some of the touthoriirat- M Domoorats only love heelI nominated while In others tlon Socialist and In IJroblbl1 ty nominees will oppows Itcpubllcans vnnd Ucniocrali Tho present IS compoicd of 391 members hOIlOIl s publicans and 100 Democrats Thor nro two vacancies1- I Cunillnn line Hut One Ticket Mouth Curollna U5usual has oily onto ttaietthe Dfmocrntfofo l IlIItlnOIstate hon Tor a juitlce of tho i tiMno roan and a railroad comm ftotmr are pnunl wlot olllcors tol Uo Iecttd r 4 Tbe Prohibition party lias ttckvln- in Si1 sates tli 8octoJMii In 27 U- rlndepsntfettcl party Iwl2 tho Social ojIIt labor n six and till People a nrl Popullrt party In five InoludliiR Ne Whhllilthl Th number of tickets the nferent ttalos IIs 1 South CaroUn- and IxJiiUlann 2 Alabama and = Carojlnn 3 Delaware Florida Mon tans Vcw Ha in pnli I ro Oklahoma niili North Dakota 4 Colorado Novadn Rhode island South Dakota Utah WashingtonI West Virginia and Wl ranting 1 Connecticut IHinoIn sae Minnesota Idaho Mlttourl KilnI Neraika t1I Indiana Iowa rhuletti Ilchlgan New York and Texas 7 Ohio Tlic Prohibit lontetgl hare tickets IIn Colorado ConnecticutI IHVaware Idaho IlllnoU ludlnnn Iowa lansas Mlohlgaji Mlnncrola MlMourl N brisHnNow Hampihlre New York Ohio Ilho Io Island South Dakota T xap Washington Wost Virginia a and AVIeconsln IiI ThpSodnllfifg Have tickets In Colo fado Connecticut JKlorl la Idaho rlluol Ilidlana Iowa Knnsao Mu fndiUiiCtlsi Michigan Minnesota I Mteiourl Montana Nebraska No indn Now York Ndrlh Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Ilhode Island South Iakota ToutiCMOe + Texas Utahi WMIflnglon Welt Virginia and i coiiifn JII The Independence party hu tickets Jli HUiiote IIndiana Iowa Kanras- Mjifmtiinicttij Mono Michigan Mp- neVotuI Nevada Now York Ohio and1 Texas Tljg Peoples or Populist party lisa tickets In Indiana Iowa Mlswurl- XubTaiika and Ohio I i t Tho 8odnit Ilabor iwrtyln COIK I 7ioctl mt MutsachiifeUf Michigan Now York Ohio and Texas The Atnercan party has one ticket In Utah s11oiStlites Want AnifiiilmciitN 1ti 23 states a total or 90 proposed I rnnvtltutloimi amendments lawn ODGAR WtWHITTBMORHI j REAL ESTATEII Wi FREE ire 1 jLISTj I AbuIvntedprtsent constitution will ho submitted to the voters for adoption or rejcc tlon The number of amendments or questions hi the different states IS II Iowa Texas Wyoming 2 Idaho Iiii note KOIIEUS Montana Nebraska Rhoda Island Wathlngtotu West VI1 glnla 3 Alabama Colorado Florida Ohio 4 Minnesota AViMonsIn IG North Dakota Oregon 0 South Dakota 8 Missouri II Louisiana 18 California fho aniindmontBor proposed laws of several itales are of general litter est In South Dakota the question ot reprpllng the one year residence act which was patted by the has legislature In order to atop rnllJ divorces will lie RUbmllted to trio vot ors Formerly wIt tot dlvorco could- be brought aft r a six months rest tolbtllIabort Tlioflatterwerelaecurcdyear act to a vote of the people at the coining election IIIn IHinols the jiucHton of a inhee loUiegulf dM waterway will be Uw conietltullonaltho stab to IfBUO bonds of 20000 enterpriseI tax will be voted upon In four states South Da koto North Dakoti Mlnncmta and Wisconsin ICnlltornla Is one of the latest of 11P PtaiYl It t1Ilalp ltninn twfotm To the people there will bo tubniittc a proposed constitutional anxndmoi among bthpri empowering the gill jlaturo to enact a direct iirlhiaiy ax providing tot the direct nomiuutlu jot all candidates for public offlciv Following are the national IIdtll- I IkIIIIttlr William J Bryan Nebraska prem dent 11John V Kern Indiana vice press dent i- llrpiihlciui William H Taft Ohio prwldent- Jnmett S Sherman Now York tied president Imhlhhlou Eugene W C1lafini IlltnolH lrciIh dent Iaroll S WatkUfc Ohio vice pre h dent Sol luliw f Eugene V Dabs Indiana proi dunt kirklI I ImplcN 1jiity 1 l l itosikI mue W Williams Indiana vi t timlduot UldricudeiiJ a Part Tlioimu L IIIiKou MnHncIiuitjU president 11 John Temple Ornva Georgia vie president Inlhl Iuhur hlrwProjton protldent stirnIIIrctoI was nominated by th4 Soolat Labor part Ovrtng to Itll liability to make a campaign lliii being couflnoJ ID a jail In Nevada of a charge of murder Atigutt Qtlhau of Now York was Wanted as his proxy I Kind hlstll l IKKKI III Mine 1ow 1 eggs tome of them as lung as a mans head which were fount In tho 2000foot tunnel ntCoppoI old have been pronounced genulti by Horace Chapman of tho tnlvc sit of Poiiiujlvaula faculty John engineeruhiought the potrlllcd i oclmens to till urfnrv The eggs wore uncouniere by Hold + men when they were blast Iiig lu the cud of the tunnel The ad joining strata Indicated to the illseo ercr that fife fossil eggs had beet trotsTho fossil speclnivns show that mil shoe Irovo dUplaced till roiilcnln o the eggs Cliniimaus analysis of tli nilnornta howa thatgniemi elllcn nn copper oxide had percolated throng the egg ITile more perfect tpeclmcns wiN 1Iw taken iq the Johns llopklmt Unlvci ally next month by Reid aecdrdln to M F Egan who ruino In trot Copi erreld loony KganI describe tho eggs as commonly found la thl great doptlbi of replier workings Ih Humboldt county and said also the treqllrnU311l1colllltcred but thnt before Held showed Intercj tin tho discovery unto had paldpai tlcular attention to them Hun o Nor Cor Sun KrancUco Cbronlok III How sad It Is that the girl pits r your own Mart Is iviually after sofae other fellows flIbo a Jaw forever- She who learns how to broil a steak Bud fry potatoes will hover have to waste her affections on iuu or parrots If you want to worry your busban 1 toll him Ito talks In his sheep and then refuse to divulge what ho says If girls choso their husbands us carefully+ as they choose their furs there would be fewer divorces and ba5holorilfler hug put n rose ln a mans buWonhoro she tilts her lpfett chili u HjbokB up sidewise standing ever FolKoso many a chumps too slow to lako the hint llytauder nay of the oU cctlouuUo features of the gall1e ben ibolltJiedKuMiack Sute The atletlc nso rlatiou discharged tin faculty hits nornlng by a unanUnoab and ojithu ilastlc totePAch ri tift those wlio Uo uulat wut It per teat are 1nsuradF I Raincoats 999 t Raincoats 999 l SEVERELY HURT I 0iII I IIAIlllV VTKIXS OP AIAYKIHM I SI STAINS lVJUIilKS h manger nf llic qudy Switch 3llm- llnuivii I Iliiin HorNC Tluit Itiukiil- Wltlif 11111I r f- I J r4 i JIlL n Wuikliif tho woll known maiiaK r of tlio clay Switch minesi has iui gonllited1ulila round foiI seven days ltlKujfracturetl rtb anili Iurlli s OIlItT bodb many in nllln I bur I J I MI Walking was called too ImU1i tllowu named Dumor near Ixilsviio titsl fxiiinlnotonie property belongs sII 81tIurdnt ridingliomt aiiothiT gentleman on horseback goodIcleverI horse could not be topped andIITheHn to run fester When croak g bueltilAUdalhercdihllllEef i IcompanioIhurrfed physicianIlieI hold Sunday morning and tIny since K IA5 DrlSI up tojay for life first thou und went to PaduI cah on Important business He Isclt suffering terrible pains but hppetfto Seoul be over the Injuries Mr Wat kins lives lit south Muyllold near th5 cu egeMessengerr NOT AMPHIUIOUSV workoolien1j0 and vat down on the Uttie wharf Jc rest Near him lay an alligator Aho visible result of his labors A tOIl let from the north approached and loftily remarked Ah I see you have an alligator No answer It in amphibious Is It nut The tone nettled the old man Amphibious ItV 1m growled Hed bite Yet arm oif before yo coud say Jack Itoblpi1ul4 Sy ry body j XapaIRtt r t Gigantic Dissolution Sale Big specialII Owing to the e very hot Crave- nette x Raincoats we j will mentioned below for nine FRIDAYter to 10 11 to 12 2 to 3 and 4 to values ever offered the 2500 We Will Also HandKerchiefs1IJ1 C 19cI I 9 in 11 OX SHIP pom tuiiii One Alan Sliilis Antiigiiiilsl 1 grid Thou i 1ttllPs Ovwbtmiil Now York Oct 2Scores ot tms EongutE Including Senator and Mrs Uiiijtwln H Tlllman of South Cato Una on the Iltdtar tIller Kroon land which arrived today from Am werp and Dover were witnesses of a thrilling duel IIi IhoosH1 whirl ended lu the sulcld of cm of the lighting when the cisvl was in rho RilU h channel tlol tar from Dover Helnrlch Miller 29 years od am Nltholns Trausch 22years od both of Luxeubourc Who were the part tenants began to quarrel over II oung wouian nnJ befpre the others iSsWlgers wore aware that theta was any trouble n knife was drawn by Miller wltu tried to stub his Cppo cent TrouMh grabbed his arm and the toss taught till qver the deck Tho steerage was li an uproar while the flut cabin passengers at trailed by the shoats rushed forward to lWIJIItlIs Ille fight Miller flnallj wrqiicjied Wn arms free und drove the altghbludc Into his opponent close lo lnhiartt Then with a shout Miller fcafc4lnto the tea Oapt Doxrud put tbe KrooiilundI about and u Hfeuoat was lowered Another s eamcy which was nearly IIii the phnnnol also launched d lifeboat Arid Doth puled for Miller When lie saw the two lifeboats coming to ward hint the man started to swim rrom them 4 For a few womctMs ony the chase lasted when MIKrr culug ate IJfe boats gaining on him sank beuealh the surface Ignoring the Mitt rings which were thrown to hart Trausch was little hurt by the knife which struck nrlb vrnlonIl t Tlrtfro are nearly 3000000 IIto TC lo in Formosa the treat majorlly Phimse I133530 hcadhuiilers 40 tHJ Japanete JapeuOeo ruling doss Inlluntal uggreitelyq SMell lid cvqcgelhtic work Iis being car rtoil1 on by the Japanese church for jho Japaiioe u lronnoni The thug lied and Canadian Prcabytertau mlt iloncTten have dong great work In Hormdsa Vile Jdparesa Presbyter tutu church tt attempting lo aid + ht oUftr Presbstbudles Ittls fifeat E1I cei moTOnnnt TU Work la extendt tag to tllft tnot- hen Ytuuture ill Dugura nJap u t M s r NCORIORATLD V 1 l i t That the price is cut on any article of winter wear in our store our advertising space being I so limited as to make it an impossibility to mention the many reckless cuts that are giving our sale so much notoriety as a money saver 4 I THE REAL CAUSE I 1 i r- IlrHII Why was It that Jacks wooing of her received a check7 Because of Jacks inability to draw 1n1t I NQ forest planter and n Chrlitiau jI has won nmay ot them h huts kind II fleas He offers to support u lapau Ctit mlceloiiiiry to these digradiii ptople A Jepaudio intijUtratt on his plaiHalloivtioar where the head hunters live with a Chrlsllaiv wile U mucMv Jnlerestt d Tho wife IK a trained nurse She lis trying to learn the language Slip said lo a irtlg onarjV nmtryjnf to learn the InnsuAxe of tScsc savages and win theta bj4 kliijliMJSBI find lander care They bslovlir tod but their god Is not like our4 Ho Ila cruel god and they thlnkthclr god likes In nan them jciit off heads Tho ClirUUans oft Japanarel wel filled to curry theKoielI I to theso poor be righted hqydhunter OHUslonary Revlon I1 01 Shotw On soup otla 4bat kre Jotlel1tjJ lied UJ fogs f iS tl ciiF illJr- oif I t sknt all Tbfto are said to lAtvv their origin fur eomo reason not yet fathomed wiihlit the messes of fog Acoustic a I liheopiuena are found of iucli a tlratfgv kind that tie Investigation of Ithjein may be tindTo b iflll far front concfurfvo The mo l Etcret Iilea perhaps notIn renco c f rounds the JneXIIIkabk1jl may Ib reached with thefrtleultyilj t In And to tbsk11o sUnepWho1U audf4lc noises lf1tnld Jlt eX1I6CII1 31acy i1 sMli liua been wrecked btsusi lm j signals oV UisfrvtB loud and uulnlfrr rupted huve pumlwd JuoiuliUc al Jhough onlyI Acry abort disfanw fro llho Voasu Tutu tttieto and regret Jaw pee pq have Tor ydu Is both tudlouft pad tasteless t 1tL rJI1I STATE TAX LP rttoJaI n AGAIN with ni- ultecttoa placed upon In thtLL 1IIIDI IR tiJtIunJITOlot h Arm httats I UC mauranco a anyIttttr tlae illy by Jr- ol erblown0ts+ In MKI P tfoubesfake onslral flayjgeralGlhbrane1 In the Frateruity to the lIdvug Is a stiecertul eleven bundrei Paducah Ho i1eiyundat iIbafely poa and hn y t ftuis aces outt calf avenao other Huabtlldso cvtiBdl pay up ui tIhe law prortd1s tlt tlt spur etitfif deinquenclC8 are not path up- byn November lUth the revuntfa agent hat offer and aol lss the highest and beet bidder ali lands IJileJ and the state passes to the purchaser abiotuto lf t to the land wpurchated and tho original owner Is for wbarred front rrtovrry of hr property This is ratlnr a eevcfB pcnabrit trye amounts are us a ute to hnsgifeant thai most people will vhoosn to avoid this cloud tin UjeUL110 by iuaktns ipayment at once ReVtiiuio Agent Husbands requests al property varl ors o stud + the Hut carefuKy and If tbelr immefttpl ear1tliflre through er ror correction way be made Oxygen tlppllngis the latest form lot the drug habit said a doctor Two phy lulans have died of It this year and ltis stated that thero are guide n hundred Oxjfion IppArs uiuolu the laity of our big titles t 0uyeajriu kegs is a awnder- tnl dtlunlantu Us lubalailoui Ueeps Idoylhofflhedyhtgfc Ja wndd4p It soon y jrecltst hen uv t the t t ift iIvclrif iq bo Ight like eluwit t e 1aD r- Cs I xtoe t Am- A dend mii a j rraad b they + c WAIIOORf I T1E PADUCAI TJNTNtjxr y xIIU1t911t lt qtrr TbePaducab SunI AlTWIWiOOX ASH WKKKMT SUX 1UIIMSIIIXO coUXlr INCOltlOIlVTrl P M FISHER Prc ldent E J PAXTOX General tyunaffor ditcrctl at the postofllco at 1uducal 1y4 rts leeolll dais matter liVIICnUrIOY 1tT SI Till IMIIV SUV Uy Carrier IIler week 1- 0ly mall per month In advance 5 By mall per year In advance 300 Till WKliKIY SUV Vr year br mall pos qltC paid 1109 ddrc sTHB SUN Paducah Ky Once llG South Third Ihono us layno 3k Young Chicago and Nf w York rcprjicntntlve dim EUYcan be founddl tho follow tag places It nt Clements Co Van Culfii IJros Palmer louse IhNLASE r p- aHK aIIURitY ocromnt m CIKCUIjATIOX STATBMBXT AjilcmlMr 10- 08IIIiOUI 1G1078 2 5091 17 607 1IiQU 18r173- tGIU3 la OB t 5101 211i094- l 5103 22 10- 08IiOU4 23 098 t 5095 21 fi110 105098 21i5119IKi 5103 G622 125102 28 511 14 508 29 bl- l1G07GTotal 30 511J71I Average for September 190S Average for September 1907 Jncrcaso 11UG PcKonklly appeared before me this Oct2 1908 R D MacMlUen business manager qt The SIn whi affirms that the above statement or tho circulation of The Sn for the month of September 1 OS Is true to tho best of his knowledge and belle My commission expires Januarj 10 1912 PETER PUnYBAR Notary public McCrackcn Co I THE TICKET- Iresldcntii AVm II Tuft Jl Vice Pivs Ins S Sherman O njm 1 M Porter City Treasurer A It Grouse City Jailer Wade Jlnwn jlj Aldermen W T Miller II S- Wells Finis Lack U S Wolston anti B W Cornelis- onCuncthncIIrstI ward John AV Ilcbout second want Mike Williams third ward C M lllkcr fourth ward J L Wan j ncr fifth ward T K FuN sixth want It S Knnictt School Trustees First wml William if Ioorc Second wntdII J J 1C Itomliirnnt Third ward 0m II Stnrks JFourth word Edna llulibnrd Fifth wurd It S Iorrls long tern J Uie1- eruecnt short term Sixth ward long term W JLTlClIha sort tent- CLMENT jl r Clrr- I k stln r i Jtaa annetorunvvtddato rye r Clerk of the- Y Mt euhjOct to- iPactto c esept nMtejgC party = ieeeeedi thlelp- lWaI to theott Clio nip r3 and th the ftruparetfl + 1t I npre ii- IIx rer Iol apt 1 kpcmocratic 11 Fed nit k4mwic transpose tloa- uaa l Ile atkk tho t h i tr TJio News Sclmltar ttld J Hnii Iwwls Ipeech was imiileasant to the Tina enrucrats IJcttCr turn the Taft onrccrats over to the Lang nomocrats for dlrctyllno tiucli as the jSmltli Democrats are getting o Anqlher ihatter that has boon brought to the nttouUon of many people during the discussion of the propriety of Issuing xchool bootie tej the urgent necessity fur extending the Units of the jlty westward to the edge of Wallace Vark Nearly a mil lion dollars worth of property would tUils bo jirgTugnl into the city liable fur ecliopj anti other taxes and the iKjfmtetlon of Paducah would be juudpl to appear right ID the next gory e 2inioatcensus p I 1Icso Ireachcrous Ja iu ave been nccrvUr voachlng the belt baseball team In f btnjnrplro for rfiontuXor tha irarjiocv of defeatlnv a feanv of sail dra vho havenH foot on show In mho same lecgth jf pe jf cevUnr to haze the mt uBV ie Ilula hula of AI his prepara rdlallty line le vettlni in t IvumlUattorl s n wiled Irvt wxse 88 wagons ind floats In It and 42 of Nthem wercicu wagoni of tthe IOClIJ row trtast and Into thclII te tIIIIM nilpt4io men women and chjldren wlib would consent to mde The red Are came from the Ellme wurce wftlchls Hio backer of UJO Haldonian Viiallca Democracy that defeated Beckhanv and drove tiIlm from tho feats of the mighty TIlo affair lacked IlteslontfLlilct ottbct Taft reception trott It was nollack IRKIII cmbelllshuients of tho sorl mentioned s MayorSmfth and Auditor JOrk land strike ot a vital question In lPa Sucnh1 In their adveftlgemcnti for pen pie to EO othe city hall and J1Y thqlr toxCIIJlromlltl Their hope of raising ediool money may not 1 be realized through the dilatory COJr duct of tax payers but the truth re paJthed d li every ln taiico and the Valuatlo right tho i cople would pay prompt all departments of the city goner mont would cet along better and our iniuilcliKil gcovernmctit would btlns In bettor returns to the ropertrawnI ers for their investment = a Watch 23 000 Democrats go lien leg In IIdle and West Tennera election day o I HOW THEY FIGURE It Las i9ete a source ot srcat on diT to its for the last six weeks how anybody can figure out Bryans IlOfo state nl ctlon W J have dlscovcn limy It Iis dune and mho system of ad dUlon nnd subtraction evidently en plojcd at Democratic headquarters Ycttcrday morning In eommentln qn tthe regUtratlou figures the lobal organ said The total registration figures for Paducah as wt forth hilt moron are Indeed gratifying to Democrat TIle Democratic reglttTatkm lets that of the Republicans by nearl 1200 and even after giving 700 or spo of this number to the Uepubll once Democrats sUP1 have a sjfo mn Jorlty In Paducah By an ordinary arithmetical calcul ation If one takes 70 from the Democrats and adds It on to the Republl cans It will net the Republicans a gain of U400 which In this InI tanc would trot the Republicans about 2X to the good We do not question the autbenffcfty of the News Democrat liroposltlon and we here no doub the mathematical wizard who evolv ed such a handsome protpect tJr the Democratic ticket this fall heap rome leading Democrat say be thought abut 7OW o 800 pf horn who registered as Denlocrata to taki part in the primary win vote for Taft We believe that because tho estlnmte colncjdes wjth our poll which shows that Pad ah may bcounted on for a Republican major- Ity of about 200 this time o A BAD GUESSER The trouble with our local con temporary Isthat It Is getting Its predictions on the result of the Firs district and Padjicah front people wfai missed the First dktrlci about 700 last year and Pad icah about 800 row today It Invites ptoplo to calloJ1 George 1Valtereat Democratic headquarters to learn the meaning of Ibe retnemllerleg of the registration figures Iall year Georgo Is a good follow but a bat uescen Mts One great virtue 1Is hi loyally to ills fTl ndB his ore Great Jay Is the loyalty of the friends toI him No one excepting jpoaslbly Jamas Mf Lang worked larder tori torn Harriton last year than George illA It was In recognition of Goorgci zeal In behalf of ilarrl ont that Mr king gave tfcorgv the nomination tor city treasurer this year George 3ja ceo of Padiicalf B mos legume and Intlucntlal polltlcolaboi litodere and undertook last year to ifliver time labor vote done up In a neat package to TOfu Harrison lit rould give Mlr Goitvperg a tip on how difficult it Is to do up the workingmen V II I Ths time unfortunately for out r lend George he is lacking ui sentlmontItf iIDoVPl second dale Indicating their Mt vncc In Win and tholr desire tiie eliould manage The okyt tl rTir another term and they aro not abII titft t111trynltempt of the augto uTirttj their will throu I ftltJ trtypyrrsaal THE GOohmOWR ERS The Xewg i t 1fmorlllllgi rldiIngl rhwtI1J night ilders butl111mbut good meaning are at the same lime badly mistaken Tfoat tho tobacco trust le regpons biv primarily for night Tiding In cntuqky 1hi n fact too plain for any itolljgcnt limn to question fee wo hlak the night riders tcd rashly tq 11y the feast In niur icrlng Quentin Rankln Those of hem who are not bad but good neanlcs will regret tlielr inrpetuos y wo are sure It Was hardly Jtieti led by tho IrcumstanceB The News Democrat and the author it quotes night not go his far fas tljia In con emn4nir night rjdlni generally for fear their friends wljl mltundoretand fcern Out nt Ute r kor appearing iorals The Eun cadtio forbear this rkiflamh jI I compenEa a0meArtp I t I UNVEILING t uauuxlS wILLIII tuiLI T- Oli GROVE SUDAY pile Cniiip nnil MiiKmHu iMlw- W O W Will Iteniumhcr lIel pltltO l OlIfH The jyi veiling services of four monuments erected In Oak Grove cemetery ln hqnr of dwpartm l mom bers 11 l rheid5uxUy afternooa bf Olive campNoS W 0 W assist by Mognoila Grove No 2 The Woodmen of the AyorlJ will meet At Uit lodge room at Fifth street and Broad way at 2 otfock and march to the cemetery The ladles of MagnoMa Grove will meet the Woodmen at the cemetery entrance The unveiling Ieta vices will be hold at 230 ortoek The monuments to be unveiled art greeted In honor of the memoryvot James Ingram Michael GtJvln Joseph B eiagclupnd John Frlant The IIff 1icbllhe1 conducted by the lodtu- mcera 7 Occupied J 1nclo Como and sit on mv knee my boy i tUuehereIll iSpurredi possibly a pialnclothM man of tile Atlanta polka set out butt day to de tect violations of the 6oipia prohibi tion law Ou Decatur ctr Uhe met an old negro wboso appearance he considered suspicious uncle heithsperedwith a ItJdo you know where Twin jot some whisky III spec maybe I kin glt vcr sotto ef yor gin me de money rcrplledhd1- 1IlIectod one i Well here Is a two ojlar WlU Jilwaltnycssoh bars of yli jes jioldl8 box er shoos fer me and the fioHcjS i man had the box uniler his ariiilibe tote lie knew it wt Ittfhe darjt shambled ore down time street turnlpg the drat cdrn2rrt Thinking ho was n awarmJJt1lllI acid would soon iha yr an important prisoner and wtne twjth tie goods on the sleuth Baited In patience An hour WIDf by Jte was setlng tired Two hours Still no sign of the messenger i- W I av and drtr miragnd he return ed to ho police Station Sudrton ho remembered tt joe hoes under fiig arm jnd Jecldcd Q hav a look Time otrgtlttidI II IV WrappCdh 1 He Taft on Christian Duty of One Nation to Assist Another Candidatey Says I I 1HttnVU Taffs vlows o foralf mhpion etmh dtp In the follow dig i iiteat aaq eittlm st hot Aernns eIb1QgY1t1 9I bsvelinopvn a good many pec lite who wwro oppaed to foreign win sjons J iMTf known a good many master tUMHtaiUK at niIcon IIItt Jr snbdhaLre1Irlotn rv If you cMoM to ussilKU tonu refuivd ID OIItTwtt tl si1j nttetoas I tlttt tfcfrrt colds a Unw wham loonI efljoYfctBasmUff provlnriaUsni that I Itolflt111Mi left me now wtien II rat l yrotntrtfie with ttwrt view JJlHi f went so the Orint until kYra WUB thrutt ujs +r me the roL- ri11idb1Mlloa with f9ierOllte to the l tssttt of rfdlfeaUotiln tllow far Jts airf ate I dja ijof realize the Immafiif Jtaportanco of n rrlfa min clone imfr fiuii tis will bot to wuke upl In this xxninto wa are out all there te In tfcw twtfld Thi rc are lots bsnUiw HI jMidjttiW are lots ofj iwofilr bssMae ill that are entitled to our urort euti jOAiVnioiHy 4id our f saorilijs to h1lot1101tJ on In thuj1 11141411IIetI linrarthil stylilmint1 inoil not roaltzo that Ctirlrtfata i and the unvtul of t IliiifcCaiJiij1 are the only Ih I K fort u r of dent JIIrIIRtlonlJ the xrowib el iimfiifiiir Mf o Tnmont Tl milrif tfr Uhrtfltianily Is jnirsii slfnvociaej It U the equality ofi nran bt ore UtidwftlO oqaalky of man before thoIawi Wfob Is as I unatrlad Jt tt oe most Godlike manifestation that man has been able ro makell I spoak not Of foreign nllMConsi from a mph rdlgtons standpoint That has been and WWI be done Ijj Btenkof thorn from the tandpotnt uolltea govoruniental adsjcoij lotpnt the stdvancoififtnt of jirtodernj pl IHzftton and I think I litvo had lOnjp opportunity to know Jjow de Hnil nt we aTe 09Ib liJl1tuJt of CbfTJUanlty for any tlqpr1 maX oj if J 11 Ja r t l yt tiVEBfiEENEPIN cOMPANywirH1w LON6JDOtI BEk1 EVE M- BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE THE REAP OLD SOUL IIIJI HARPERS WEEKlV William Foreign Mission- I I fino of uiiHftliiK time iiooplos who Projjnoo baa UirUtt uirtn UK tllli our ifIn fltnpeiI ills ts sutd that tiier tM not i- in e tho coMUtuUon of the United aurullentho constltutloii otthepmtCld Stn- tha1 la ji rerUdB It What there IIs In ti oMdtutlon of the United Stales I Daitloaoy natfon ever bad and tlnrrefore ii wla4R It becomes the Cbrlettan dUI1 of a notion to asstet another nation i tbe constitution authorizes ILI b10II auw It In part of national wellI jj belwlr t Toll WONT JUVK TO WAIT 1 1 1 Krtry dose mtteiroa Mlbctter LAITO I tetpeyoorwbote Inildn rithU Sold oc h1 noner beck pUa ctcrrwocrr Price U ctntt I JtlUUllMCAN DATIW 1 llHKliiud Snlunliiy nflrriKHin I IHlolHT UII I1 iiclurk Ibis K iI W RugbyII 3 IjiimmlI nl IllHTty Hllsv i school IIIIJIM IHilay Oclulnr Ut7io pI m- Tn ft Imt un nUll plrliirrtt iniijr beI siftttttl nt liriiiliimtl4iH- GiHid jMakrI will brt+ nl nil tlnko iiixtlii ii to uddnss tlui Ipeople i llmdijunrtrro plume nr IIIIIO lloiiii mill 221 IIia4t Trim St John Mliuol lioud Sflttinlayi + htoliiT 21I 7i p in- Kliimirc Stntliin school IUMIW Of OHT L7 j 7io p III r I t lloiiiN fur Kill ForI a iHoni wt oftor for sale Ibol following fret mnrtjace bonds vex i tUfiyncld W tor A Light toM21OOUJ- ohnnkus Mfg tq 8600 adevllc Gawiipoi bonds 2500 I Ajl burins c jmr edit Interest CJTIZENS BAVKVGfl UANK i ltAwlll not cost you much to warn your pipis of IieNxdangerS 9Jtraff Ic In the streets Streets canttpt he 4 used l y wagons and electric cars without sonic dangers you rc1 charge education and WHAT TRAINING OF THE MIND COMES BEFORE THAT CWHIGK TENDS TO KEEP THE BODY WHOLE j TU the children not toTlnyon the streets illI And not to Jump pn and pit inpvjng rears 1JII Ridicule their desire to be 1 smart It In this J iifempgng of fate t IV Tell them NOT TO STEAL RIDES J Stealing rides is dishonest No matter ffor how short a SUtance a boy 1 jumps a car Ithe hlnt elf Is ceniciouS orwroag doing j But that Is Insignificant compared wjththcdanger PURE F i r 0rE L 4- a a 11 MKNGOWDEft +i 11Why tJiQse grapes Bqcausc from the i ingrei dient of Royal Baking Powder Royal of TartkAlrun potjlute jiotvdcr etc treadwroth iW or b x 010 = = = = 2 Q 11 Wlwl Hit XJonnior Said ljJv f lUviuc boon for matey years A del vor In th lilitory of trndMions of our touthrrn rMtos I feel myself ijual odto contribute something to the dkcuu4on raUcd by your vorn pandi I cat Mr Chambers In bill lottor of Heptembw 91 Governor Mortteoad Carole tliil rs rtifnal lfs n tong unto bo i1l1atl i1 IrtshnmB wo wiufea judge in South WoHtia dqrftis and just arts tile j IltlghlltooI t also a lsg nd unsMpnort 4sltd or MUthorMy MMt early mIta tVe tiH teeM 4Stttutr tome mih tteidnlll as thte ocourrod 1 I They ovwaer of South Can Ms 4s i KJtecil n rvquMtion for Ihe return a fugitive In htdtiNr in North Oft fowiior of North Cnrottea h U11110l awl the fNRMhw bad nwsy friMds wheratsantseoiaI lagI hHiwOwit tit ptnnt4 of south ePli a w MAt a huit r i1mio wIflt bto ifallVhartd xultod oa hkuAfatal bestirs Tho Kororirar of Vow OaroltM row to thv wefai1 tcqutMuicnta of 1rthe octxjsloa sad irovtded a great bat net At the end of H Jlae gy vrnor of South CaroltlH rose and ststsU Wi orranit The governor of NrUi CnrttUua wjs Rrgatly mbar sad firllnr to get II reply the jtttrrud of South Carolina grew Iorl ahgrYet hr IJUII solutely I lI qraHCreUl11 QailitorJmr refuted my meet domanda and offend fd tho dignltj of my omc Jf you perrltst hi yow rrfutal t will return sir 10 my capital and call out the tnlntKv of my ttato and take tfeo fu Uivo by force of Ilrnur Governor what do yqu ny1 41 t J e 1Je08 were turned upon the j goveniorof sorb cu aaa again i time governor of South nr lJnatIentap tad Wbat door tljo Kwvoruor iof Notts Orrollna art The governor of Ni 6b Gc+Trollm utawjr aroup and dllbarol Jf rIll todI1 ur Governor that it to a long Hiiif JOlWooa drinks The tialtpre wtTOt W trodllloii rtIdft too with a greet Oftor1 to She state lure sad the tuslMru was mnver irtirrcaderwl Now York Sun To Hopubllcaa vatars oUndnrah 4 We are unable to roach all of you b 1 14 maY and aa wc pot important bulls t tips at headquarters dnlly jrou are kindly requested lo call rind look horn user It will fctap you n touch with fho iUuatlon Notice of speak y lags changes of dates otcr and other 4 lafonuatlon that wilt be InlereSllng etU CllUOrK ecyv Telephony 2CC oIA WOO new As KaHao went to the dvfl IffY ioe cotupdseiOltors rooms to bn ex imiJKsl for A UtbprOrs pwjtlon lie ulettiergd igaldort She qu 1OI cur- recNr t Itry liked bum Ir ho j had errs bMII imturaUod lie- rmud a bit imulod but eLJlltt hisI fee lighted up Ah UJrfow bmU- rou mc q Scratcua d Ira Yes art wtok Antonaut 4 Tlio Ifcentn Furs10c s Week 1 1 4 NOTICEi t Persons wishing to aid the financial condition oftbc Paducah Public School can do to at present most effectually by paying their taxes duo now to the city treasurer which will be prorated promptly to the school fund and there will be ro ncccsiity for closing thc schools if the citfzcns will pay their taxes promptly CITY OF PADUCAH KY I t t v 1a a By Alex Khkl dtrdh r Y Approved James P Sinilb layorojr V n I t TO TEACHERS IN THE SCHOOLS til f i t I 9v i 11 II J1IiJ4 t o L 1 ar 1oCI 34f f1II fiJt L flI 1 IF YOU HAVE EVER I SEENA BOYJTQRN t AND BLEEDING AFTERH1S STOLEN RIDE yOU WQUID WARN YOUR PUPILS EVERY FEW DAYS v I t Jf 111 Itrt ro I I i f I I 1 it ro i li l f G I jobIUI J unSSa tlSS ThePaducah Tractionipany incorporated I tb TllUIWDAV OOTOIJLU 22 THE PADUCAB fcSTSNESTG UNls l VMK F1VB r rii v Jog JJJAt l If n COMPOUND ASPIRIN Headache Powders Top Sick anil netvoiMhcalalio Lift nen l c tlioc t tlnnjror that nsnnlly attends tlio ordinary ConlTnr heodacho remedy Irioo four f1 cl10 eJbIi r i s 1 Iltpured only byr i INreat p f ATa r DrugglatMofi Both lPhonei 175 flftjii nd Uronclwny Night belt nt side door Dontt forget tho word ASPIRIN11 THE LOCALS NBWS i Dr Gilbert osteopath 440 1 roadway Phoho UOU t r- iifk Visit PaBea short order rostdu rant 123 South Second Frfrms for real estate agouti tot taco at this offlcc Sirallpallcr bargains at Kelley ivepndAwVeterinarians JI34Ii bidw111 TGSf iICSFuAi S 1- ailjlhTlllrd C An kinds of fall bulbatso reo Jlghle +U11 grass nerd sal llrunlons CS3 Broadway Cutaway II for miu1Dgpartleg can bo Kcourod by applying to Awal Mantx at Fovlor boat store I r Manicuring balrdrelllnFscalp troQtmonts and massaging Iola Fisher 011i lKentuclfy phono 1852 Bulbs bulbs bulbil Hynajntha Xarl sl TnUps Jonquils MI J Yolp Seca Co Linen markers for talo nt tblla omen S City subscribers to Tho Dall Sun who with tho delivery of their papers Mopped must notify our col lecfBrs of make Iho requests direct to Tlio Sun office No attention Will bo paid to such orders when glut to carriers Sun Iublshlng Co Cutaway II will convoy nuttlni parties to any jwlnt on Ohio or Ten facet river nnd call for thorn at any Iwur dWtrod at wry rravonnbla prloo Come eee ye old monde at Ye con Tymo nms eal fico y4 also gelljcifIlU1flrtH adults Skij cUlldren lOo 11Ir1 Ion Flit ChrtRtten church Friday I2nl 8 ji m- The CfniJldale for county ntlor iify will riieak at Orahanivllle to ulilbC anti quaccuuiit of the ginger that tiB beta Injoclod Into tho speak Jing n good crowd probably will nt tend HOTBl ARRIVALS Palrorl A Lror Chicago Johri 11ljlIIU1 Arlington PL L alaotlt IIoills It S Green Louls vllla L D Throlkold Smlthland E J Benjamin Metropolis It M1 WcH + Bowling Green J E Hood Sparta Jahtas F Hrowlnskl Jopivi- ilelvodero T H Miller Murray F sits Itfrkmlrp Ixiulsvlllo J E Gift Milwaukee G T Elliott May- field a E Clark EvAWvlllo Jack Tnror MMro olls Kai Backer Day tog 1 EvansvlljeNew Jotn 0 N llyrJ Fredonla L T IuUor Vnihvllle A J Durmlle Mmnphls N B Rappo o Gilberta VBIp Gracv Roberts Cairo A J Stall Memphis W A Fcrrrn Smith land II IU Donaldson Fmlonlo Cntit James F IlrowJnskl of Jop= pa wna In the city today on burince I Old HomesteadH I Horehound t Cough Drops r theyre shot beet remedy we knot ullfiht Jut nn toying dough which alnioit allot itIiava these early tall day Our grandmothers knew thell buwlness when- they said horehound for light I coughi because Its ef fective yet harmless being r rrro from drugs add a Uttu Migarj to make It taste good OjdjiHomeatoad la thoklnd KT1II hun built her reputation on 1 c t J Big ulg 5Cr ilherteDrug Store 4th RDJl hoadwav Either Plione So 77 Oct at Blbtrls L NEWS OFCOURTSj StiltH Filed Hummel Uros Insurant agopts filed suit against Chnrlea 1E Ulng I company of New York for 7J I claimed dutf for Insiirahco cominta along In Joliro Court1 llreodi of IH3COEIEtan 3 Diinn= turrntaun o TO FRANKFORT CONSOLIDATION OP HKJ ItHLKfl nus PAiEUH iiiiarii Ontnil MilliixlUt AdTOcnJo in n- jjiksiiwl AV ekly Xow Eijleiiirl i for Capital lFranijfojt JCy Ogt y2The Frankfort New fay A deal was effected here Saturdaj whereby the two oniolnl organs of the Mvthoditt church south of Kentuckj and West Virginia wor consolidated and publication headquarters estab lished In Frankfort at tho ofllcd or tho Frankfort Printing company which henceforth wlh do the mechani 1 sal work for this religious Journal For 42 years the Central Methodist now tubll he l In Louisville has been the official organ of the Kentucky and thoIcntlroyears- t the MethodistI Advocate 11aa been thoofllcla organ of 6 o confer cnco embracing the entire state ot Wont Virginia with n membership ol 260UO For nearly two years the HtI V Waller Q Vroelniul und Orahan VrceUind of lx ulvlllo have been the owners and publishers of tho Contra Methodist while John A Grose olt I Barboursvlllc W Vn holt boon tho owner and publisher of the Methodist Advocate Tho consolidated religious journal wilt change tho name with this weflkjt Isoue tto thn Central MelhodlstAdvo rate ThoRov Walter Vrcohind lit than meeting Saturday liavltw been re elected presidentl of the Central Moth odlstAcjvoralo company This journals t a large Icana thirty Khrdlunooc Is a sixteenpage weekly and bosln wing next week It will 10 printed at tho plant of tho lFrankfort Printing company of which Jlubcrt Vreoland Is iires dont Tho paper has n very large circulation In Kentucky and West Virglnla ruin the removal means an expenditure of more than 100flc a yonr In Frankfort for printing tabor and other expenses necoMury If the publication of a journal covering two states Dr n W Matson odllorlnrhlof awl lily family will r novo hero from 1Louisville In a short while as will the Rev Walter Vreolnndi Sir Grose wilt be tho associate editor covering the Vest Virginia field Frank fort is In the Kentucky con ference which Is a halfway ground botwten the IiutsvHle conference and tho conference of West VlrglnUi Prior lo tho establishment of the Methodist Advocate 15 ycnrn ago tho Central Methodist had been fo many years also tho official organ ol the conference of West Virginia Sc the CentralI Is merely coming bark Into Its own and Frankfort will 1IK ono of tho thief bonoftclarles Tho acquisition of this now teal new nyikes tho Frankfort Printing company easily tho largest printing land publishing plant hi Kentucky outt tide of Louisville IlcalIca an 1m meneo job business from Its plant will now bo Issued the Frankfort News an afternoon dally tbd Frankfort Weekly News the Kentucky law Reporter which is the journal of th o ilawyen of thto jEtatc now Issued weekly and tho Central Methodist Advocate j SEE VICTORY FOR TAF 1 Kenfudyy Itrubel In WashliiKloi I Coining Home to Vote Wnshlngton Oct 2It lir stated 11101x25 per cent of Kentucky Roptvb henna hero will go homo to vote for Tart and some of them pro leaving now to take part In tho campaign Bln1grassI IMiss Jvelyn Merit of 1 129 Trim We street to vlsltinz relatives In St Louisl 11IN SOCIAL CIRCLES 1 nCrviGr In Honor or UIlltont Dr and Mrs David O Murnell will I tiuvrtaln Informally nt dinner this evening nt their homo on Broadway tf4j11IhtJ of Virslnln tho charming visitor or Miw1 nianclio Illlle SctvliiK lien Enjoy Online Minn May Owens entertained too Sexing iiI today with a nnttln 1 party across tho rlvwr opposite to Paduiab JDnnro Tonight The nomsplnolto dub will entnrtn with a dance nt iho Three links bultdlnr rimrsdny owning Novom bor 5 x MiI ItcrcptinufurMr and Mrs louls M Illeko 703 Jefferson street will bo at homo Thursday evening October 29vfioii K to i11 oclock lit honor of Mr and Mrs JanVs Calhoun fiche The In vltattpiiH wlll bo Ixttiod this week Mug tlllr Clnli Sleeting This After IKMIII Olfss 1 Helen Bulltt Lowry 1225 jr0ndway Is hostess to lie Mngntlm elnutiilsi nftornoon The magazines fo lit discussed are Kuini ApierJeHii iHovifw Mrir jfr l S ptt nnd t S Uolln Lowey The Onook Mrs Saunders Fow Iler and MW Ell 0 Boone TheCenlury MI sanprt T HUS bard nnl Mrs W IP Brndshaw- Dclluhlfiil Sorlnl 1Evening nnil Kilter Inliiuicnt nt llroadxviiy Methodist Clnirrli Tpnlfthr theIioaRUp odlit church the Nowell society will Rive a charming program In tho so elal line Some of tho most delight tub musical talent of the city wW preMiit solo numtiQrp Go to Sleep My linnet an old plantation melody wJSlljo rendered by a milo quarto e An attractive feature of the oven 11a program will oTho Revel Of h6 NatadK which ooneWa of tableaui Affects to music Nino young rUins IItP ont twenty of tbceo tableaux Following the program there will bo itioolal hour and cagilyI making A number of stung ladles will pregfdo DtohaflnK dahen nnd serve fresh cnii des TIll lleague parlors are artistic ifly dec ratPd with palms fern and cptpred llRhi lot TllijrnTVvs Tho mnrrlme of MlM Nom Potter and Mr Wat v nttrrowt Volaeeday afternoon At s30 oclock wan t protty hoots ryremdnsoloutaised nt IhQ r dinrr of the bddea mother f JJrc Mary N Potter 1200 TrlnA1 e tract The HV M E Dodd pastor cf the First liiptlit Church WB ilm offltJatlnR minuter Only the rein tires aiul most laUniati frknds witnessed tho cer mony The bride wojfl a prdtty costume gfwhko bathe There warp no attendants iDHncdlatrly after the ceremony the couple Rat Co their homo Itt Olonwonl iI why thoy win liCKln hon ckleplnar+ 1 ttmrtlvo Omrcrt Irorain for Krl y ilIav KvniltiK hofdllowinew tlio nttrnptlvo pro pmm n Ilx real red Friday evening bttober 2S tit she In ort of YQj pldoTym Mn o boiIrtn under the nniitioHi or iho Church PltrtfWi Ins tosty or thet FiwtChrUUan church In the parlors of the chnnh at S rtalork Imt I Ohorufc I t int DpTl at Sqm Katherlne VHIi mn Barbara Noll Paxton Else VorUv + Krnn Porteri Sloeth May Baton Ia Vorna Purcell Kllrabttli Quick Ruth Johnson loulreI McClure Plo Armcntrottt Bcasid Cu ti2in ii of lW fltaiiinUutu Johnson Selonarbera Nell Paxton Klvo tv r and Five Foolish Virgin Wiw Vrplns Lillian Humphries Elizabeth Quick Jqiinfo Mains ThIU nw Harris Heron Pulltam FoolMt Virgins Mary Hoc Walker Mnrgar otto flat hazel Lnntcnncyor Cll anna Nar PnnnleWrn- SoloJltlo 1Eunice Vorls Re itaiirnIn Verna Purcell goo sutnn Porter Sleety Pautoniuilno Helen Pulllaih Kathleen WliynniRQU Elizabeth Qulck 1autemorlUr I Mart Lee Walk r Jennlo Harrls Lila Hat Humihrie MntgitereUo HBIIB Vnii II i Duet OJil Folks at Home Iiswoneo River MrsAVm 1L Jnucs Mm E P Ollton I Vocal solos Paulino Mm J II Wrljht Flute duet hark the Goddess IranQ First flute Mr Augustus Iirahlc second Unto Mr J Henry smith Vocal solo Sweet Harp orJtIIO Vlld WindMret Win M1 Janes iQuarlet Home Sweet Homt MeadanlesJanch nnd Qllson 3Issra1 lAde and Drunsop accwnipanjjU J Misfits Courte Iur oar Jennie al fon Mary Bonduranl iJaifUts air llob rt Itondurnnt cornet- WllllniiiuJnllivnjrWiiWlnj Todays Cairo Bulletin euya The niniriiiB or Mr1 iK i Untie way and Mire Grace Williams Ijoth of Paducah Ky was fioenijilzed yes twin at KOOH nt tho Presbyterian manse limo Rev A S Buchanan dill clatln Mr anti Mrs Galloway were guests at the Ilallday They were nccotupanlod by Conductor Ft P Cob nl of Peducaht II Mf Galloway U empoyaj laao ti J engineer by thq1ithole Centrall rail road nnd ho rind Mf brldo pre most Cal lmablo Iroupg hICOP- leSurpriw Tarty Tho Rev and Mrs J W Uruner of 701 South Ninth Street wire sur prUod pleasantly last night by about BaptistJl vi t2IrtPrIvfcInt par fOiIrrnervd which Ihpjisucjsw had brought Tlie Jleverondani MrnBnntr were presented wlltimSnwy presents Tho party WRit ndellghtfii affair anti was joyed btoVetriotit tI1crhml98ionr tDFrgnmlll tlr Attorney itl pI Threlkflil of mullh hll1dfI u qclty Dr W Q DunnlnBton of Fann vhle Va nt tiieljhcad or the Regfo- tobatro eOlit ri the pnlted Staten was 11 ft1tolJ I1 flIhOf 1lurray is fIn lit city jf I Senator X W or FlllltlIh Iii lit the cJt f Ianknlpt ftfIlnC LouU city31rCentral JfRtfiodistMtlWato compuriV l I oygarioftheIouiI wiltJlbtl1llllrHo is ii brother pt GTaliim Vreefarid of Itr Courier Journal HIM Oeqrgo B Exalt of Paducah 1 who has been lie gulchof MrsFrc Manama at hcr MMrlment In the I WMilnserGlnubel returned to Jurr hum veilordnj ionlsviHe Herald IrhJ ir WnriiIIon or Clarke Ileii C Teti 1 sptnttyesterdayi ifs lilt 1orii 1ira Anna Ezoll of SS3 Norti Sxit stroll hail ettirii ir after a IUSIIM +s trip to Mounds City TUasi II t J 0 Srlht or Maylleld pas J UufiUgh ltJ91morrrnt en routi to n L l l VL tJutics dI tht01lhTaul h today cit loutI to Muj olchr Sa+ nov ndSrgSriVt err mmi r lprrTnrly Pastor of the Flrt11PUse churrii nuinic tojhla boms In Knox flk Tent Llgd after a tO days Vlftlt hrclfr i i I sod Mar Gtleardon and ekedt n of 1309 Jefferson street went to Benton this morning on a visit tto MissI relaJhGsISJSth street Ix Ml with n bone felon Mrs Dcviil B Eandere who liar bon Ml wHmproved today and probably wilt leave tomorrow night for Seattle Mr U D ThrttKe+ of Smltliland III lu tk eQttn11i1111f tM tdlbnn IulhoTo lr4IJ49I1IHUlo retluied lnit3 toddy aftor visit fiis UtoI Bfttto hratlshart1520 Ilrovl WItr l1s1 Jack Taylor of jretronoll ni vteMor In the city y terdsv uftiy non null this monilrtr Conductor vm1 Pippin of 120Wi noKSpn street Bete pilled to Wood v11lJ td till hedstd01 glhta little daugli tor Matte who InI very 111 with fever Mr nnd Mrs Calhaun tlkko are nc fettled homo Sunday nfeht from tier wedding trip to CMcnuo and other point s In tho nortlnvcsU They will be at home on Jefferson street Seventh nearII Mr Charles teed tfl sUglitly iroml1 todnr at h9 homo 2801 Jrxrtdwny MT A D hKnox returned to Lwiita IIQtjodoAlsfttT a several dBy hl l- lit sfin tiiiijiife LllnirBlHiOR and Luollo or Madleon7llo will lie V of Miss Bishops Matqr Saturday11ss520 MadU sonstrict has roturupd from Ellza- hoUifoan IU whero she was called to nlirl a patient1 Mrj IL B nichnrdsonof the Cltr National bank was able to be nt the mnlc today for tho flrstUmo In nl nott tljreo weeks having untergone- an opeintlon at Klvorsiup hospita- llllilklilthmY Iotj CHOPPED UP PIAXO CIIovflniiil Man DrinnUsli Motlierln IIIM Trerrnt Cleveland 0 Oct 22When- Mrs Margaret discovered that the keys of her handsome mahogany piano wary scattered nl over tho IIIUj Jar loojAnnJ the wires tossed out oh uic lajjcnfNis Called ui bn tho poltcn trO1lugI Sn jrFbegan work on the piano ylih a Knloltet at daybreak ills Wit old Polio Prosecutor Fcnlgcr Wfn i hue fln bpd with the highly polished IIq IU hnd been reduced to WnJlIng wottt Mra S ylier clinches Farmers Villon 4 Rally II 11Ban tt ante organizer of the Farmers Inlon returned last night from Otter Pond where ho nt jindeil a ratty of the CaldWell coun- tIaupts Union t1JrdnTtto Ilev- Mblfrt Johnson state prcildmitI ouc- ht11rBarnett made spacjwito n large crowd The members yero qnlhustas- yc about tho success of Iho jtnton I hide Helw Situation a Xew Jllclunond ntitttioe iIave been gtJieral nil over norUw1rt111 WlIonsln during lie- Iftiilt twentyfour hours sufflolcnt to heck It not entirely quench the for yet fired rc MontpoHor Vt Oct 22 AVIIIIam I DHIIngliam and Carrol S Pogo were formally d and elected lo eprescnt Vermont In the United taloff ouato a1 a Joint session of the goooral aesewbly f IHPROYEMERT OF THE OHIO VALLEY 1 1IPresil1erit Atico Says Congress WmPo Petitioned 0 Wllift i1 tll lij rbronglt ltltohe dll1trrklt 11111 UIII1I8 on J bent Sinner L J THOUSAND DELEGATES THEHE- s t J LotilBvlHo 1y Oct 22Spe- clalOne thoueand delegates ore present at the opening of tho Ohio r nMoclatlonThlrarc tlo egatea rain son and Owensboro I IJ09til vllIe KyJ Oct 22Speelal ivoJqpmnls on the eve of the I thoIto Ito bold in this city today and Fri i dny Includes an announcement liy conlgressJp appropriate the Whole sum needej to carry out the ninefoot stage pan- tVtfjUMJOOO Since two boards ol barerarprovedlt lltmsnrcady been partly undertaken thbush the Iiillding of certain locks anil dams Colonel Vance declared tIhl time adoption of tlie plan nla IJIoornment1JI l Mi Mid fanvenMon which Is to lie the inrgestoer held IW the association iTlio sessjorts1 arc hokl at the Seelhach hotel The first big delegation to ar r gpcUnIpiiiiitd bnn bras band The party mntchodrinrn bol vfroin the station to tin lihteht l I Another notable authority was mull1 lnliteperItonI httieIlnkexfoijfI r Guf Deep Waterway esclatoniti principal jtppeihos of tfioipojiv Wbn will be delivered ElitliavadellHarbors congress Major W I Sibort of the Panama canal comm lon Glfford PInchot chalrmtin of the National Conservation commission Lourisilll1Lnati and Capt Gerfrgo W Tire of Pltttburg president of the Slononga hole Illjer Consolidated Coal and Coko company I Short nddrgssoa Will bo delivered n1ipert of ldltfdtl1ltI Corgrwwman r conIGre8llntanJftt1mouth 0 Congrcaamen H C Wood wciM nnl J mos A Huslitagof West VInfilnlai Con roFotlmnu A ot tunleyii of Henderson Sf T Bryan president of the timberland river commission j T P Egan chairman of tho Cincin nati chamber of commerce Henry Itosenborg and Thomas A Sinus of IJ JIndianapolis M 1 RIPER NESSC 1 nhII Singrs- VIUxburgh S ON IItlt Cincinnati 3 oi fail JaUIJovMt Vernon V 8 OO itd Me arid 12 OiO etd Nafhvllle J 58 o 1fllllOhnltanqorJ 17 01 tail etdIJohnsonv411oCalm 19 0t fall I I ri5cjludttealuI trII Rter stagi+ 5t aodio his morn In gfiJ t atand tCIC ti4re nmarn1- tugI 1 nrjRffUben Dunbpr will be due to night lion Uiverton Ala and all- way landings She will land at the wharf and then go on to Brookport to unload and load freight Tho Dun tar wilt return to port tomorrow even lug and receive trelglt un ltL Saturday even ialct C dclgek aewPl- lbaali et9i I The Qhimrpia lhgu- miar lurililg ax eft m op front lotrapolflienrt e t3hSlId n Hue ftcipht aniUlMssonger bUsuiess on boUt trips Tho AJdlo cleared bin time this nnrnligig for Jopp find way landings ivlth a Its cargo of freight oti n ferry barge which shp tows She will return this afternoon i The Indiana arrived yesterday after noon from Dycitsburg and returned freightsbusinessI I The Pavqnla Wii Ibo duo Saturday Iron tit Tennessee with n tow of osjtles for the Aver Lord Tie company of Padticau Time HorIt will bi due Saturday from Memphis vrherollhtiticllvervd a tow of coat for the Vest Kentucky Coal company I ti V Illinois Foileratloii Fight Pcorla III Oct 22 Tho rwiou flouts committee of the Hints feiiera Non of labor him 1 ircc4 on a report i strongly criticizing Cnnilon it will ho presented thlw afternoon Dell gates art reads to fight I It In tho Oil tention and a hard truggJo 1Is ox wcted Tim resolutions also favor the bank guarantee and Ilectlng roll- I oys by direct tutu JjfcjinbllciMia vUlI flgUt both masureL W t I l L THERE R Heaters 4 Heaters But the heaters that heat are the heaters that Hart sells Harts Hue of heaters this season are the best yet They have so many improvementsJ over last season Take a look GEO 0 HART SONS CO Incorporated h pt JJ1 WANT ADS e II Subscribers Inserting want ads In the Sun will kindly remember that all such Items are to bo paid for when Utb ad Is Inserted the rule applying I lo every one without exception ItOQMS forrent 121C Clay j BEDSTEADS stove and other furniture for sale 918 Broadway I bolt RNTFlveroomhouse 2 I S North Sixth Apply to Chas Frederick FOIL stLF18 Inch 1ii1iithSIkI MOL helf iddrese IL re FOR ylliE lfine bred roll A p py IH1 y Vort Ir Fifth FORIt1STIeurmomI qpttagc 31J 1dlrneWeo Phdno 222 r lrSIl Ih n mnri t tlls oncetlANTEDBoakkeoper t witht ref eronces Address Ixek Bdx SS WANTED=To buy a small sate AiltlfecB UfiltjBos S S FOR RENTV roomsSouth Fourth F tffoojHliltllll etiir halt 1i11i kecrtiug 417 North Sixth Old 1pbOn a12ttS TILE dN Tou nrnaiTart lu- the ally Johnston Fuel Co Phones 2031 FOR SALK Ono RnteiS and coal bate bifrnoij stove good ap now Call dfd phone 2309 FOR RTJNf Four oobo18ont 1v1 Kratueky avonue Far particulars phoao lib i FOIL GOOD MFA dennrooms heap hoard no tfii Kettler old stand 32t South Thlnl I FOR SALE DtrOlWi ewclm mtcT heater No 11 wli connections good fiB irt vr Old phono 3u5 BUY YOqRCI AI o C1 1110i Illinois beat hump 12 lUts IJIttsburgI lamp 14 cfnt NV lihon6fl73 YE MORGAN horse shoeing general repairing rubber tires 40S South Third IF VOlT WANT Oak Stove or Heat lag Wood any time during the year and cut the IIriiRth you want c u- 2O Johnston Fuel Co IkYOU have James Dutfey to do your cleaning and pressing your clothes will always look like ncjsit Old phone 338a i T VNTiladles to iccoiir new toll and winter styles Sklrttr and Suits Easy payments dlfellt Tall era 307 Kentucky n nu6vr IP YOU WANT Kentucky or Plttsl burg coatothot wl1 please J4i at reduced prices call 203 3bhnstonh Fuel Co 9 WATIDGoodwli td cook atonce 11ICr week tifftytufiry tam lHy ottwo Inquire a over either bone 29 or 2354r GoytI MBNrOuI miustr tea cat logull explains hog wo teach barber tradE In few weeks mailed ffei Motor arber College St Lcfuls Ito FOR RITThree steam heated rooms furnished or unfurnished with nil modern conveniences for man and wire Old iikone Infov WANTED Fifty purchasers for diamonds on easy payments Cal1 at once aqd get our proposition Eye See Jewelry und Optical Co Incor pointed 315 Broadway Port RENT 9room bouse 410 S 10th 90 foot lot high and dry Both hot and cold eater Modern plumbing J A Rudy 219 Broad way J4DI80ur catalogue explains how wo teach halrdresslng manlcur lug facial massage etc In few weeks mailed free Meier College Stt Louis Mo WANTED Business titan won ha Ike to arrange for meals with family where there aro Jio other boarders lleforences Rixphangej Address liA toardcr care Sun WANTED Man toworka clerk La grocery store Experience unnec ssary Married titan preferred Give reference Addrem F II W Sun nOice PE CAL hookkcopitt Gregg shorthand and touch typeVrMlf e sue essfuMj taught iHy and nitwit Pa- ducah flontral tfislneseOoK 0y Jaqd iu poll at rFOIL SAM Household and knelt- see fwrntuw horn buggy nnd hnr mess 302 South Sixth street o ltlhono 1S3S Sevicni month Write or phono Jut Fern mnn Grand Rivers Ky FOIL i JoilO shoe repair machine V pair Fairbanks platform scales 1 standing desk Phil ttQ Plato gass show cases with counters J A ttwly 8 Sons- WANTED FOR UARMYAblebodied unmarried men between ages of 18 anti 35 citizens of United formatok 1 n apply to Recruiting Olllcer New Richmond House Paducab Ky IAlnIMONEVeasy quick surer men women experience unnecessary spare or all time see what others nro doing C O Garrett 0 showed 7 families sold C profit flffiA ti Vorrctt La sold S one day profit 24 N Boucher orders 75 more says everybody wants one best business I ever hnd Mrs J Drown Pa sold ji made tuO Clrtt 3 das Only two sales per day moans 30 per week profit Free sample toactlv agents Famous Rosy Way Clothes Washer cleans family wash In tfO fg bO minutes while you rest No work onfy move knob occasionally Ino awnfiV g1ri4 111pGLgthlPylktt no chemlcag fro rubbing nb washboard or boiler every family wants one easy to sell lowprlce G We create doiiinnd Write todayI specify terri tory pct quickly Harrljon Mfg Co 48 Harrison Bldg Cincinnati Ohio niX blllRI tCitl4 limIf- tIuiige n f Vlohttlnt ln tn1 Ijttvyjifulo Agilll itt Liquor Dttiter LrSt IxniW Ott22Adolph SIAd ler member of a firm of wholcsal liquor iruilers here was artod to day on charges based oP Sm Indlct nwlItJJhlrl1ed by Q fottral grand Jurysl warrant waSalso Issued for Jt ietyy senior narfner Jn tie con aThlviolalLon of the postaTJanttriln ooimectloh with a Jllbej n lIt11 the firthplaced uponi- i mYfain hrnllll oftgin ft I IXSlltX jli IIt3itls tIUT 01 IXiyiNrt jlEDDlCIC iA now insurance fleet has been or ganized in tho city by Mr llUl Lot hIlt rnnd Mrv Clifford Ileddlck who will take tho positrons as lllstrlUt managers for thfItMnturil Bencjlt Life Insurance oliipany The ofll ysvSll boo lit the Fraternity Imildlne z glh Loving ti A siicccwful business inan of Paducah Ho Is In tha real state business and has beets In several vuc ccssful enterprises dir Ueddlclc the other member of tile firm hM been llstrlct manager for the past three months and has made a iue cess of tho insurance business TIIUKJ MAltSHALL C111STYM siix coxstnr COUNSEL 4 W C Hollen n W Heath Jmd John Chambers all prominent citi ions of Marshall county are In Pndu cah today consulting counsel nlwv the damngo stilts filet In federal court bf victims of night rlderg at Birm ingham rte three gentlemen are de= j fondants but declare they are luau cent and Intend fighting the cases SjHclul tojlrnr llIdWI Tuft l Owensboro Ky Oct 22SurI1o a large crowd or bic naboro people I want to Igmr the next president of i the United States apeakl that this Lourra1Irondvllle today r NoticeASir IL L DeJnrnett the dUtrttv manager lor tho Key Stone Guard v No 31 called1 n special Meeting last r night at his olllce 117 Nort ii NlntH strwtt oar several candlditjt present t meting WIll belerd M May night NoTOiubtr 2 j For 4e- i Lr nn fI J rACHB MX THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN TJiimsDAV ocroBEri at I Prices of Mens Boys and Little Gents Shoes Way Below Reducing Stocks 125 Llttlo Gents Shoes ntvis l5e j 150 Mens Days and Little a nUV gloes atl t 9120 7 200 Mens and Dos Shoes at tlt 9Mfl 2 50 Moris and Boys Shoos at s v 9 l93 1 300 Mens and Boys Shoes r nl1V 92 d6 tii f tOO Qualities nt V to 1 I kVvA 8J13 t J ltdp Tomorrow is Harbours 63d Friday Bargain Sale Fully prepared for a recordbreaking and Saturday Bargain Sale Prepared in the Cloak and Suit Department ia the Millinery Department in Dress Goods the Hosiery and Underwear Department in the Clothing in the Grocery Departmenty1 11inthe Department and in the Department Meet us Friday and Saturday t Charming Millinery i howcativalues Friday f Each Jay new beauty and freshness I arrlres in our Millinery Department Bach day creation works in new Mil linery IB going on here Each week our designers and trimmers rocoivo I Inspirations and new thoughts from Paris and New York styles Each day nth s freshness tntbtho insf fFrIday and Saturday wo will be ready with n tine assemblage of MIl Hncry wonder priced as no other store in Paducah can afford to sell them Tailored Skirls HeautUul Volloa Panamas and oth fabrics Skirts suitable for all oc cslons Prices Friday and Saturday 2fr5 3855 550 CC75 750 SKT 9 10 11 1200 1360 and 13OO t News of Theatres tusseIIM Hello Another New York success Is the I apPearance at The Kentucky next ThursJay October 29 of the talented t actress Miss Ethel Fuller assisted by Mr Warren Conlan and a capable company In David BelascoV emotional thetllusslan The pay orlgl eta Ily hailwai run at Wai lacks thfter New York If is full restltbai r Mss lelsPBgI IMans MtoI Hortense Nielsen the distin guished American a trers who wilt appear at the Kentucky Saturday I r matlnco and night October 24 with 1i Vr own company In Hoary Arthurt JOhC11rrebrated play Jars Danes V rss been pending the sum mer 5n iA bu r Park Miss Nielsen IsalreadV making plans for the forth cowling trlng and cummer when she WIll sr rs 4n Italy with her slater p 4Ahee We xrdus opera singer who- nnia llIseI Italyl when not on t W lATJTHL KENTUCKY y SATURDAY11 Matnee and Nigh- tOctober 24 Sale opens Friday g I 1nMONiThY MONiThYOctober 26i One Night Only 1PriceI I25ct 35c54c 5c jrisDAY I October I r 1icesI r xxu The Most Beautiful Styles h the Best Makes of Womens ManTailored Suits When you are ready for your new Autumn Suit come to the store where you get CoatBUll Beautj CooL ull Style Ooatsutt Elegance Coatsult Economy and wherever you wear it get Ooatsult compliments Marvell ously beautiful styles are hero forT Friday and Saturday selling at 975 11 12 15 1050 11750 18 19 20 22 Uti 25 and up Silks 19Inch Stripedt Taffetas SOc e yard 3Clnch MessaHno Silks very epe cK at 9Sc- YiTd wldo Green fled Woe Brown Grey Tan Black ntd Whltu Satin on special talc 98c a yard tour During a previous visit In I Italy Miss Hortense Nielsenl acquire d a fair knowledge of the Italian lani u or Scene From Midnight Alarm guage 1pon her arrival in Hal next Trrs Miss Nielsen will Imm e dhitely b4 gin the study of the Italia dramas cf DAnnunzo under the dt roctlcn ef SIgnor Xovelll tho great uu l 1 c i l 1 I rI C A QUINTARDt VK Subrnlts- Horton t NielI son In her grtplay fMrs Deftnse l End Andersons Big Scenic Production TheMidoighiFlyerIn and Six Scenes 5BIGS TY Elmer Walters In a Great Comedy A Thoroughbred ramp F 4+ LatNaoL 44I f- n 1rw f II J Department StoreNorth Thlnl Street Just Off Broadway The Store for Thrifty People the the beautiful remarkable A Great Sale of Stunning Coals A bewildering variety incompara ble styles and prices that cover the needs of all from tho society later to tho woman wh baa but occasional deed for a coat Friday and Saturday we will otter unmatchable styles at or near the rotiowtnv1 irkre 3370 J3rf5 i 5 550 G G50 1 1GO 850 9 10 11112 12CiG I3 H 15 flC US 20 and up New Clothes For Boys Prices brought down to law that new suits are in reach of everybody UGO Duster Drown Sultt 99c 3sOfl Buster Brown Sulfa UnOther Muster Brown Subs at 2CO to 3951rDotj uit8 with straight Pants for ages Tito 1C at 150 I1G and 2 5 I I I actor who scored a success In JCtw I York last Leeson MrsI oIo11C1l ill then produce the plays In Engluh in thin country next season DAnnun lOs pms were originally written for the famous actress Eleanor DuseJ With whom Miss Nielsen has ben favorably compared jT JAtTrnmpJWow Iman dashed breathlessly into the door end Interrogated the dqo keeper Were Hop L7 Whit Hop JITUop LI in play tn his dresafpff room I suppose Vvo IIdl uln4room t I1 show 01iAccordingly the Chinese was shown Into the dressing room of the actor who played tho part of Hop LI end as the door closed behind him the actor who was sitting with his make and wardrobe fetll on him minus lup wig faced the celettaU Were f t InqullClnightme no Jokee were Hop LI Right here Im toting you You no hopi LI you Mellcatt man The actor turned to his dressing table and pick Ing up his Chinese wig fared the mirror and placed It on hie head then turning he faced the Chinaman John gazed at him speechlesfly a jno ment then seizing his Mid let flow lahiveIconfusedactor let him babble on a few mo moats then placing his ha id to lira 4 head slowly leiuovlng his wig the I flow of language ceased tno China man stood aghast Slowly he backed out of tho doorway then stood a mo dlamilieChinaman was gone A i The Ken lucky I oduct1onollEdwIn be seen rt The Kentuc 1t on November 10 Florence Gear IA starred In the part of Mary Montjomery Jon APFUK WUK T WHOSO Onilinn GIrl FlmU msolnlloJI In grenlose or St dtnlne i + I I Pochahontas Arkpti22r Lena ago1wasI DlggcutOday rates before death Hha was apparent ly In good health Strychnine self administered Is sal1I to have been tho cause of her Jcqthf Sho was an or phan girl and disappointment over a loon affair U tho light to have been the cause of tho suicide Got 8001 For n Log Huntsville AliVi Oct 221tOosO velt Pennlngtonl a 7yearold boy of Birmingham hn secured n Judgment for 8000 in tle United States court ThoiOOIallcar that had Ib en kicked acrossa street crossing near IBirmingham end lost a log ult was Instituted far 25000 and lifter spending two days and a aught n tho case tho Jury rendered a ye diet for the T lnlltt for 8000 faille NalIofiit Coining AVllIi Hatchet Guthrle Okla Oct i2Carrlo Nation wll Invade the t tale to fight the dlcpeorry system She wants U defeated V y the coming election Tllb lcfea kettle and temper are II oW Ilx Big llot 30 Suits reduced to 2CO Knickerbocker Sulfa at 3 3CO up toJi worth 5 to 11V hi a regu lar way IJoye Knickerbocker IMnti at Wo a Qlr Mtina SW 0 Sarajilo Hats for JKSO tt- Lot Mans w Suits Tbrl9r VA Hoys 50c Caps for 38c Lot Mens1 Gloves at 7Cc a pair Olferings in Dress Goods The more you compare our values with the offerlirKS of other stores the more remarkable they will appear t IotI 7 Sc Storm Cheviots In black on rpMlil sato Friday and Saturday st We a yard Lot 35o Black Dry Goods special Friday and Saturday at 19 c a yard- Lotl Eta fabrics In most all colors Friday andSaturday at 40c a yard A COMMANDER OCIllX LICKXSi I iltVNTKI m Co JlIH Iktitrrrill Navy mid Ttirn Wnoi In Km ploy of Clyde Line n Vlillf Itctiiriuil to Old Iovc citl II News JIBS Mgjj 41 received by Mr anJJ Mrs T E Judd or 424 South Tenth street that their son lion C Judd has been granted second commander license on any Oran going vessel 01 any ocean In 901 Mr Judd enlist ed In the navy at Paduaah at an a1p prentice and In 1905 he reenist al- marand was appointed third quarter tor and sewed op the warships Whet his onllstmeijt whs out he went on In cnnrnntred Saturday puroo Prices of Womens Misses and Childrens Shoes Way Below Par Reducing Stocks 106 Children and theses Shoes at 750 11 SCChlldrcns and Misses Shoos nt B3c 160 Womens and Shoes at 9120 200 Womens And Shoes at I 9100 ttA 260 Womens Shoes at 1tjlnj- 000t omenshoesatt i 400 NVomens Shoes at A iOSI Friday Department in Notion Department in Department Carpet She Fashionably eor 27 DoneV Womens 6ctober27J 1110 Unmatchable Stirring Values in Mens Knit Underwear and Hall Hose Clearing out lot tnenB fall weight Union Suits at 75c Apother lot of mens LOc Fleoco kt lined Dqdeplilrta and Drawers at 42c Fridav and R I unlay ot rhcnc 25c Half Hose rome wool apdtonlo cotton att19ca pair Friday and Saturday Childrens Stockings sizes C to 7V4 4 palrI far =F Moris Guaranteed locks 4 pairs f9r 90c l Lol Infants Peerless l6j black flue ribbed Hose special Friday and Saturday at lOc o pair Clyde line running tram few York 10 Charleston but his Idve for thet war dog was too great and he re niiitod and was Appointed quarter mastor on a coat olllorHft madeji Ithe trip with the fleet to Venezuela tout returned by route of the Atlantic tOIlIlOmmanderhe took the examination for leppd ommanilers llceno and passed with la creditable per tnt At present ho Iii tIl Boston have been and considering another offered run two u nlng out of Boston Ills parenteaaa I Paducah friend have just been not tied of hte good fortuneI s RCIKXCi CAIS IIOMAVCK Bride Won lly SinkingI Nnmo at TulHTrtilosU Congnwi I Whan Dr Imllilaus Detre the I noted Huagarlun scien Ut who has been n ronKplruout figure In the I 20I pieqea now pniil and fancy effect Divas uogtlal 4 r- 111isret and cblMrenu tat black stock itiRsst Ilia 20a kind iinnl CM tint a U 10 Of v l 3 9 8 L t Mlgses Children MIsSes I I kcislons of the International Congress toC Tuberculosis proved to the world that he had discovered a now way of daBnoelng for the disease ho was 111Igirls In Weihlngton says a telegram from that city Provo your theory to the world was Miss Coblenzeri pact and then I will say yes II The doctor accompUshcd his part ofnoeleven victims of consumption who were brought to the coavejitian hall from a llocal tuberculosis hospital Dr Dctre IIs a member of the far ulty of the University of Jludapit White making a European tout last year Miss Coblenier met him on a railway train Before she sailed for America Dr Dotro proposed but the would not promise to become his brije remembering it Is laid an old whoolmnte In Washington Dr Detre arrived hero almost a week before his associate delegates and the tint + i Strictly Fresh flreceries and New Canned Goods Trilby Flour TJie best milled su ixirlatlvo quality nukes more bread better bread and whiter bread than any other lour and Is pqually a fay orlto tar bhmilt take vt pa ttyioo- ther high grade flour can bo bought at so Iowa price 21 Ri bagsat only IIt It 7Sc J4c Cabtaxo on sale attpor ID 1 lie Choice frwh 1kklw Iflor doxcn lOc truth Potatoes per pock 24c largo lied Onions per peck 19c Dried 1eadien new crop per lb lOc Dried Irunos now crop per tt 8c to iSo 2 4 Ibs canned Tomato new 1 crop lOc Arbuck es Fresh Roasted Coffee per lb 0 16c 7 bars Star or Ociagun Uoap 25c Pdro Apple Vinegar yper gallon 25o Coal 011 per gallon IJc I v thing be did was to call upon Albs Coblcnier and renew the proposal of marriage which has resulted 10 happily 4 1 IlrliWi Ibuut hoot The roast bee f of Old England may yet again Jbe purely English ormat any rato UrltU4 It Is pointed out that Scotland produces moro than t r enough cattle to feed Its own people and Ireland produces many times enough wbilo England bench hat about enough for consumption The Upped Klndom hid In 190C no r T fewer than 11C74019 head of cattle wlillo New Zwland bad only 173O V T I 850 Australia and Tasmania only 700 2 OH and tho six continental I countries of Denmark Sweden Xor way Holland Belgium and Switzer I land only 10149578 If the do j mertlc supply were utilized at homo lit Is argued exports might be abol I Inhod and tho United Kingdom mteht I silo C W- rr Iy i I I r Sbiner Special Fridayp Saturday Offerings111 I ll I 1 j r i i 29cit c Y i I I i k s f l f t r i 4 30 pieces Bordered Flannelettes late moat poirect 1If I colorings in stripes figures and fancies wd4 Per j a sian bordered bandy the regular 15c qualityshero coininiiiicini Friday yard f Uli I I i One lino ladies black and colored Kid Gloves abort lengths very superior quality 4 y 1 mpair i I h i ax pr Friday Will Be Remnant Day Here Aifd to make it more interesting all short lengths from every department will be added Everything marked in plain figures Remnants of black andcolored dress goods remnants of table linens remnants of percales calicoes ginghams flannelettes outings etc at less than actual cost to r close out All black and colored wool dress goods remnants onethird1 and onehalfoffI I regularI price I 1 t I III T i r Ladies Black Taffeta SilK Pet-ticoatsrtI 8iQa y becontoIseltsupporting Just Received and on Salel ft r J Friday liie IlaHinu Belt buoklps andA i ew of Belt Pins annost I2aftliful assoilnient of Fancy lack bowLs 1 l ry rmmsDAY OCTOBER 22 THE PADUGAH EVENING SUNrtaleSEVEN The mere fact that Scotts Emulsion is universally recom mended for Consumption is proof positive that it is It the most energizing and strengthening preparation in the world It warms and nourishes it enriches the blood stops loss of flesh and builds up Get Scotts Send thk draUttnxnt t togswith name of piper In which It appeua your eddreu and four rent lo cOYer potfise and we will and you a Compldlland Atlas of the World tt a SCOTT BOWNE 409 Ftul Street New York HAS NEVER TASTED MEAT IN 60 YEARSI Fall River MOM Oct 22 Free man Nlckerson thin citys oldestl member of tho Masonic organization has Jut celebrated his Oulh birthday I Ho belong to tho Capo family o- L Ihflt attar having boon torn In Har wich In 1813 Mrs Jane M SIcker Ion IIt 88 They were married h 1838 and Imve four chllJKm HvlnjiI ot seven born Elizabeth Hill 69 I Mcrclo HealJ C2 Mrs Andrew Whal Ion 00 and Freeman NIckCKon Jr CO I Mrs Ileatd keeps House for the venerable couple who enjoy com par I nllvely good health Mr NlokerconsI memory IIs beginning to faU but thatj otltho1 granddaughter I bollovo 1Iu tilt grandma Tcmombers everything andI everybody oho over know She lovvs to jccall the putt esinxilaUy thtjwlmV lip Industry which used to thrive ni Harwich many years ago Mix1 CCIekonon learned blacksmith ing on the Caps and pursued tho calling on his removal to Fall Illver nearly CO years ago his shop In tho extreme end of Globe Village feeing the headquarters for farmers from Tlvcrton Little Compton and Ports mouth lie had an ojo to Uio future growth of tho city and acquired n largo tract of land between Main rUcet and the South pond He to advantage nnd tho transaction 1I0ldiIII spired him to axtlnpilih tho i Ida smithy and turn his attention whMJtoJtefttttatc lilt Judgment ail tb land rahiea Will sound and pur chute lit Irovldcnco nnd other i4ave- woo trdUpoied of to favorably that 1 was not very long until tho speculator was able to retire train nonce pur tultt Ho IIs comfortably situated In a houio fronting tho southern police ttatlou and everybody In tho section It acquainted with him Mr Ntekonon hat not tasted meal in CO years He has never used to badto and Intoxicants ho regards as on abomination Mrs Nlokerron looks upon tea and coffee ax tover ago nut conducive to health and dl Kdtlon and thuus both- 13mployerDid you toll Mr Dore I haul who called that I bad gone to America Now om v layYea air I told him you had started tide morning Good Whnt did he wy He wlihed to know when youd return sir and I told lMm I did not I iMok you would be back until after luncheon 1fckMPlp Try nil Ron for Job Work New Oliver No 5 Sets Swiftest Pace Ever Known in TYPtwriter Selling I 9 9Tho1 model hue wonderful ilivcr tukcu the inurktt by iorliloIto reception by 9rhopublic linn iX fcilnl III enthtlI t ilniiii 11I n y t Ii I1 11 if 4 anticipate wer had dared Jo I atployeta nltd 1 tinoKruphcri alikei l Imvo Nciomed It M tree the ono mnililne that nniwcri tbo 1 t iniilUpllnl liertln of HIP hour dptedilkt unil till Oliver rr iomli I by lToI I Il will du mnnr thing and do inch nth them equally well the Oliver nii nrri With UK Ulirxainploil xrrauelllly II IU tUllile nrlllnv Ktves the utralll rn oyo mid brain Ill irBlMllir lends lienuly to Its work Thn biters that bear tho ullvvr Imprint oro tie letters that liCe III to IIIk I r Oliver No a fulrly lirl tleii with new and oxcluilvo tlIIIOIIIIIIIII11I1lnVIrUC fnituruo Wo Imvo spare In nirntlunI only u toy of tliu inora linportntit UIlIolliiniiriirlni Indicator shows rx 11 prlntliltr l iliit r lliilnurr AlilfllnK lerliniiUni avos effortgIIr Ilec Ii ono for tubI t ulateil work- llollble llrlrnnv doubles convent nice Son lase Insure ntn hlllO Ytt With nil of theKO nude i rurtturll1l1llInrlOliver NoT In n ilreum Como true I cryatnlIluedI of sliming steel that ombodles every iiomltilu requirement of u perfect writ- Ing machine nFreeIluokyourafor Tko Oliver Typewriter Conpaoyr il Oliver TjjHUvrltcr IlulUllnj t Chicago III i TURF CRISIS 4 KENTUCKY COMMISSION MAY CAliL OV AID OP MILITIA Injunction 1roceeilliiK and Court ClaMiis on Tap In Effort to Test Night of Bookies Cincinnati Oct OTllo license of the Latoula Jockey club holding KB fall arming nt Latonla was re yokel by time Kentucky raclng com mldilon because the track refused tti obey mandates of the commission which ordered that bookmakers to barredThe races wero held after the com missions order was promulgated This IB direct violation of tho state law which Slurs tho racing commit lion power to act In cases of this kindAfter revoking tho license of the jockey club tho racing commIssions authority ceases and tho matter passes Into tho hands of the sheriff of Kenton county Ky who It la sail will not act In the event tho sheriff does not close tbo track It Is said Oovcrnpr Wlllson will order out state troops to close tho track Harvey Mycra who succeeded Jos tholJockey rac Ing commission today After a nplrlt halffMyers room and told that the license of the track had been revoked TLc order of tthe commission IIi as follows ITho license granted the Latonla jockey club for tho year 1908 Is hero TuesIdny for tho reason that tho commission believes the continuance with the system of bookmaking an at present conducted at lAtonla IIs not conducive the boat Interests of legitimate rasa liiO and that great harm will ensue such system of bolting Is con tinned to Governor Wlllson UeoJnred over the telephone today that tho law would bo enforced nnd If It was shown to him that Lalonla was disobeying the law ho would order the arrest of track managers Tho action of the commissioners although not unexpected caused con sternation among tho horsemen and bookmaker Tho Jockey club willi not apply for an Injunction restrain Itig the commission from Interfering with the present meeting and the matter will bo fought out In the court Treasurer Haehmolstcr declares- that If ItmikiiukGn cannot operate Ixitonla will dose Another meeting1 Irrl lachmclstcrfays wirnof betcld If only parlmutuols can bo used as they have been found to bo a losing venturo L AND N JHHOUT SHOWS DEFICIT OV I S100a0 Itallrond OmclalH Believe That Better Tlnio lIs ConilnK Although a loss of 109350 Is shown In comparison to tho corre spending week of last jear officials of tho Louisville and Nashville railroad are fairly well pleased over the statement of comparative operating revenues of tho road for tho second week ot October Tho report shows that total rove nues of the week aggregate 036 1C5 the total revenues for tho first tko weeks of October amount to Hx9192C Whllo the deficit In rev enue Is comparatively largo officials declare that the general situation seems hopeful and they expect an In crease In business within the next two weokn which will counterbalance the deficit to date IK jj HIM Wooden Leg There Is a little dog out In Gorman town which lifts been tho cause of much amusement during the past year and all because ho wears a wood en Ilog About a year ago the dog which belonged to a young lady of about five years was run over by a trolley car tts leg being cleanly amputated at a point about half way down Thu young lady was of course grief stricken so her father instead cut shooting the dog as he had at first in tended bandaged up Its leg with tbo result that In timo tho animal recov credoJor a while it limped around on three Jogs but Us progress weds vcrr painful to behold Then the little girls father evolved the Idea of constructing n wooden leg Ho did this with great caro and at tacked it by straps so as to muko It absolutely secure The dog did not appreciate tho advantages of a wood en leg for some time and tried hard I toII OmdllallyllOwloor land Now bo can gel around on it as as most dogs can on the legs that nature gave them but tho sight Is fl strange one and tho little girl and her dog excite mirth wherever they go Philadelphia Record CuKciiMvcvi tho wen snows remedy for babies and children will quiet the little ones In a short time The in gredients are printed on tho bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists Paseuuger With sunburned 1I0S0I Whore are the life preservers kept my man Deckhand with a wwkDo1 on tho lower idick forard youll find the dare Hhirtrnlwl 1M Mating Good Makes Friends ilThere is no way of making lasting friends like Making Goodand Dr Pierces medicines well thehundreds1A good honest squaredeal medicine of known composition is 1 N iDr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery trJr If stillenjoysI an immense sale while most of the preparations that came into prominence inr Jthe earlier period of its popularity have II gone by the boardand are never more heard of S superiormeritsI 1 MIU uitsvu U1IV11U113 113i i lessmeritoriousFor a torpid liver with Its attendant Indigestion dyspepsia headache perhaps dizziness foul breath nastyroafcd tongue Wltll bitter taste loss of appetite with distress lifter eating nervousness and debility nothing Is is good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery afi humbugwhatyf Dr Pierces Favorite PrescriptionftExpecting it to prove a cureall It is only advised for womans special ailments 4 t It makls pcak women strong sick women well Less advertised than 1 purposesItsagoAsfortherer Dr Plerces Pleasant Pellets the original Little Liver Pills although the first pill of their kind in the market still lead and when once trjed are cvcrafterwards in favor Easy to take as candy They regulate and invigorate Stomach Liver and Bowels u TIIIVGS wuicirTiiu INGENIOUS MINI HAS FAILED TO GONTltlVK onIt Is agreed all hands that invention offers one of the surest roads to tame and fortune uud ono of the shortest too Now there la no lack of IInventive genius there never were so many clever people In the world as there are today but somehow their energies aro not always applied In tho right direction and so they fall It Is Just tho old story of eyes ad no eyes you cannot see what t wanted There is a plumber laboriously pouring molted lead over a pipe Jont and smooth Ins It down with a leather pad Can you not think of n way to Jolnthbso plpetfcold and do It quick ly and thoroughly If you can there la a fortune watting for you And here is a nlctmy little invention guaranteed to bring Itr thousands Just a sinplo and efecthro means of fas tiMiIng banes InWIndow frames Sure ly It te a elur on the Inventive genius of tho ago that we should still htivp to resort to putty In this enlightened Twentieth century Then there Is the parlor carpet Have you over thought what an unsanitary Institution that carpet 1sT However diligent a house wife may be she cannot keep It clean The dust goes through tile fiber and whole worlds of microbes ore safely entrenched in ftsjfeoft pile Now Just think out a dicup and sniiltary cover lu fblflooissd franildtvnna to the BUBBLESI I Featured by Miss IRENE BENTLEY in II A Girl From Dixie Words by HARRY B SMITH Music by MAX S WITT IIA UVOIlmlla ifnuioso ICI1 One day to Mother Ve nut came yonii Cu rId With teardrops Inbls pret ty eiesrSo evry lad who thinks himself a lov tr Will im I late young Cu phd lit tlo Mam ma timid brtlme day is long and stu phi rm IIVLIeI Ami Mow a lot of huh MM to Us cot er Their 1 ly and I dolt know what toJ Like all mammas the kiswd a way his IIvIvIvlone low ness and frail ly for him self They Ian car In the uniKIue for a les She got forbhll a bowl anti pipe of claJ1Theil set the IjtroubIv ute nut c ven while theyre love 111 cst they burst The care Iis Tu- blhbctl tf by MRRAY MUSIC CO New York ro83 t Copyright by Jot W STERN Co Used by permluioa 1BritishCopyright Secured feet and you will have no need for an old nge pension Have you ever seen a tram driver leaning over with a long crowbar to shift Uio feints at a Junction or a man at the corner with a lever for the same purpose Very clumsy and primitive dont you think Devise a plan whereby the driver by simply pressing a footplate on the car plat form might move tho point whichever way ho desired and every tramway company in the country will take up your Invention Tramways suggest roads The wealth of a Ilothsehlld Is waiting for tho inventor of a satisfactory paving material At present tho rule seems to hold thatwbat Is good for the wheels Is bador the hoofs and vlco versa That IIs to say where the road Is smooth andHhe wheels run easily there Is no grip for tho hoofs and where It ia tough tho vehicle Is hard to drag Then there is the motor to consider IroiHjllcd by the back wheels It Is bound to skid IIt the surface bo at nil greasy What Is wanted surCacoIsame a perfect grip It this Is too hard for you try to invent a splice that could be quickly fixed on a horses shoesby tho driver to give grip In time of frost There are stores at little things ur gently wanted which would certainly I be used and for tho Invention of which no technical knowledge Is re oulrotir TJnffTirirrMuis A really good tinopener something that would cut the tin open with ono round swoop without risk of gashing tho fingers or ruining Jill temper Then there Is a crying n ej for a envelope that would servo for sending small articles through the post Thero is nothing of the kind in ex Istence And an envelope that could bo opened without detection would bs hailed with wild enthusiasm by lovers and all thoso whom circumstances have placed at the mercy of Inquisitive landladiesThe that cannot bo refilled Is still wanted There are several on the market It Is true but the right one Is yet to come And now about 1 boot and glovo fastening Think of how much time you spend a ladng your boots and how annoying it is when tho lace breaks and you know that you have lost your morning train In consequence of the delay caused A neat quick and simple little de vice is wanted something that would cost little to produce and would bo easily replaced when worn out invent 1t and you aro wealthy for life TitBits DoWltta Little Early RIsers the fain ous little liver pills Sold by all drug gistsActions drummerI JUST LIKE AX ACTOn Towne Qeo whlzl where did you get this ciga- rDrowneOh that was tho only kind I could get Its a cheap thing named after some bum actor TowneHuh that explains why it doesnt draw Philadelphia Press Our MessengersAre on the go We have a number of mes sengers on ac count of our pre scriptionldepart meat Dont Lea itate to Cell for them their services ore free We call for and de liver pr e grip ono without ex tra cost o Me PERSONS DRUG STORE Y I IIt c J r JJ I UtIt tie chap to bI Yln hub llw And soon she heard him laughing in his play Makennotherand be gin it De fore you have time time to miss the first I Fa 11 porgy rnIG 1 I l s 1 oj I IjaIITFItd71II Ir tIe l = i I8 t t BubblM Eoblles Cupld likes to 110em Air j boats on Zepli yr c7OO 91Sr mir4I h l I tf1JOOO loooop frl= 2rr- t + 013 tf I t I I po tnt 7 i1t- II I Ino u 31 t tomesaY t Aal Gtfd JIxtl Oil A i r r- r I r a IfII1 SroILH1 Ta r r fpm co I truollfl a d Iffi lII uAt s fl v rrt iII tear r- oa M lu this bllP711I dancing With tI lr t ors g nrln Pd1 Itler I trail res Im Ow O I Ii 11I111 i Io 1 i ia crescF P L GtesI for j11 ol I 1 t 1CforC II- l J H t W I III 1 j 03 I COI1 ItIJo ers dreams the ser e naJc the po era PromisI p duCah Ivy Infil A r s JJ = ttr= Lmss= Mial 0 EALINij T a fed hd g = tiys Unslncat In tiYe tiern lten r 11 jjcr Estlmslee free proJI to leI sure lint they ean not nendureTheyre Cnpidt- porn 1 if rff 1 C = I NII menu = a tempo aun r J c IJ 7 rAGE BIGHT TilE PADUGAFT EVENING SUN ruunwuAyuxrrwhlo s C If A1 CS 1 DEFEAT f c CWCLDi I Interesting 1Football Match at I rmIp I League ParkI rr Heavy Lads Yom the South Side lound Lino of UpTonn Lads tot Victory fi I IT WAS KXCITIXG rL1YtG Straight football bucks through tho line boat tho Topcn style of play yes tcrtay Afternoon when tho husky ath I Ides of tho Paducah Athletic club won from the eleven of tho Chess Checker and Whist club by n score of 15 to C It was an exciting game i with tight places for both teams and when the last halt was over It was i + itoo dark and dusty to distinguish the Ticket Office City Office 490 Broadway DEPOTS 5th ft Norton and Galen Station 1 Ft Depart LT Paducah 745 m- Ar Jackson 1230 m- Ar Nashville 0 134 pm Ariiimphls 330 pm Ar Hlckman 135 pm I F pmFXIT Paducah 215 pm Ar Nashvlllo 0 830 pm Ar Memphis 840 pm Ar Hlckman 835 pm JAr Chattanooga 244 am ridrJackson 00 730 pm Ar Manta t 710 am XT Paducah 00600pmAr Murray 0 732 pm FAr Paris 915 pm Arrival Arrives 120 p m from Nashville i Hemphls and flU Southern points Arrives 815 pm from Nashville Memphis and all Southern jiolnts 745 am train connects nt Hollow Rock Jet with chair car and Buffet i Broiler for Memphis 2jl5 pm train connects at Hollow rock Jet with chair car sad Buffet Broiler for Nashville P L Wetland City Ticket Agent no Broadway a a Bufafara Agent Fifth and jNprtoi I A 1C Prather Agent Union Depot I IIOTLIMETROPOLIS ILL D 4 Bailey Prop 3tl l l l1Ptnweet and Beat Hotel In the city s Rates 200 To large Snuiplo moms Bath rooms Electric lights i The only centrally located Hotel la 1erJtr i= i PATIIOXAGB SOLICITED 1 1 1ADUOAH AND I N- Kta + f f + SATURU PACImT oJ John 6- S i Matliico and Nights Evans am WLEROctobat rwe ally ex toff rates1 + il 2i4 jo w meal Cairo ti t e un i torqtr MtaI r MONDAY E October yf 26 Th One Night Only r 1- i f i Price 25c 35c5flc 75c R 6EI T E SD AY October i At 1 7 A t iiices Q14 1 r IIrIII Jiad spurts that promised Victory but lho slrchgth and weight of tho P A C lino was too much ifor the sclcnc ThVJapunts went itrah httioth teams ware guilty of holding and being oft tilde and tho teams were penalized freqtjcntly J o t fTho game began with tho athletic club kicking off and the Chess playera doftndlng the south goal The Check team started with a rush and opened holes for good gains The nthiellc club rallied and secured the baI and Jones R Dower nod Polk made good gains The ball changed hands fre quently and forward passes were need1 with uncertainty but Elliott atilt rc1Ingletlc back hammered tho tine consist ently and Jones shot through tho tint and placed tho pigskin within and foot of goal and n Bower made a touchdown on a straight line buck but he failed to kick goal Score P A C G C C and W 0 Play began with Fisher receiving the kickoff and ho returned the ban for a good distance Both teams ex changed puntst and the ball went from team to team From the middle of the field turns made a quarters back kick and ReEder caught It nnd made a nlte gain before downed The athletic boys wore crowding the goal but were penalized for holding and from the twentyfive yard lino JXT Bower made a pretty pace kick nUll tho oval sailed squarely between the posts BcbreP A C 9 C C nndI w OtOn the ktc8 oft It tower got tw ball but both teams secured It mid IIn bucks were the go for several minutes Crouch made a twentylive yard run on a fumble On a take kick St John made a long gain around the end and was tackled bye Hccder and Jones The play wad duplicated and St John swung around the end within striking distance of the goal On linebucks the lines grew fewer between tho goal Hue anI- on a straight buck Shannon carried tho pigskin over Bagby kicked a pretty goal ScoreP A C 9 Oi C and W 6 t It Bower Injured his left leg and Grover Burns was put In right hair The teams fought strenuously up and down tlrtfficld and from the mlddlq or tbe ftad when Cope made a long forward pass but Bell caught the ball and made a forty yard run Hq would have made a touchdown but thinking his Interference was gpposr lag players he went out of bounds five yards from goal Both teams fought fiercely as It was n critical moment but the athletic backs worked hard tOllclljdonscoring ended ScoreP A C 15IC C and W C With few minutes of play tho balls baokiluhlorth at thoOhelioi I players hit tho line like demons and end runs made big gains In the laSt with two minutes of play Flther Stt John and Shannon nuulo good gains but when tho team was within sulk- Ing distance of another touchdow- tlmo was called All players put up a good gant SL John was a terror and made many gains Fisher played a hard gain Shannon hammered tho line and made good gains while Captain Cope a quarter managed the team wellflof goodlInI times but plucklly held on The In was a llttlq weak to tho onslaughtsJ but a good game was played Rhodes replaced Trueneart In the second hat Singleton Hays and Hughes did goodI1 work- SOf the athletic club n Bower wa the star and his retirement was at weakening of the team lInelItorI ell although a light mans Kcedoi at end was a star player ana he mad ejl llfflcult tackles and Bell his partner- was strong too Virgin at Conte- t f DowerllCrouch1 t able game fcjr green players I The teaiiis lined up I P A CDell ri Dunbar 1Irouch rg Virgin c C Bower Ig Callous It Reeder le Burns qb 1 Jones captain Ih R Bower andI I Burns rh Polk flII- C C and WElllott re Singleton rt Trueheart and Rhodes rg- Daly I c Hughes Ig lays It t 1 r StQhnofflclalswcre Evans umpirett Ifho referee Bryant and Well f yjkcepers Grover Burns a Mlchl t jrraduate coached tho athlete O nd In a few weeks he has given afsr many fine plays and thou t idsotof the fine points was sti- rI nnn4tie player coached the Chess and Sad a fast team with a goo hit tho game as there r layers In the line SflnkCHStyrr pined a great part of the wh ills left shoulder dUslocat retired from the game with cd muECleI but wilt bo read next tram teams were about even IIn i IP A Cf1adla heavier Lila yicuvleInIii probable that tho two tuam meet again Iliankaglvlng IIw- ho second game T iggsYon bollevo that wblsHy Ihii Jd for a cold dont you wlggs Ves but how did you ats Ob Ive npUced that y0- aissaes U have a ild Chicago F9 Pl Early Insp4ee nf tion InfJited u 7 Bryan Secretary Would belPjsngerpus New York Oct 2 2l terse ontt the election of Mr Bryan upon butt youor correspondent by the non Cornollus titer Interior under President McKinley sand was for several1 years treasurer the Republican National commit tee It was rather as a business man than as a public man however thatI jj Mr Bliss talked As one of tho larg hlliOPID1JI Ties a weight which attaches to thatt mfl ou chants In response to the general1I question whether the election of Mr Bryan with a Republican senate would Involve any real risk to the Mrnspoke as follows elDllsB talk which Is being hoard iIn some quartersthat Bonn could1 practically do no harm If elected the senate 1 011101 i rlitopublhauwill not bear n81I 1 rlexamn dtlon from the standpoint the practical business man those who are indulging In Woujj stand ready to make loans for new i railway construction and the ext n slonT6ff mills elks factories after the announcement of Bryans election Would they n t tell that there mustt beat least a period of waiting untilr the Bryan policies were developed before Industry could do more lute from hood to mouth tbulilI I thro e manufacturer find grounds for adding to ills plant Would tho railways find oncouragenignt to increase the r trackage or equipment IIDrrl Campbello HJetionH III EarrwEyee Nose and Threat dFrabroitBuildincr Old Pone 303 PL TEQ lIT What could Uryan Jo Ito ImpaU business security Is probably the questlon which would be asked by thOlo whose retentmcut against President Roosevelt makes them eager to deliver a Cody blow at thu IlsvuWIcan party Tho most super jfleUrt of the Subject would show that he could do much yllh the UNIt place It would be ills duty as he Interprets It to vend vigorous messages to congress urging radical reduction of the tariff tht destruction of the Industrial comblna tlons and tho+ Issue of government paper to take the place of the bank 1notos authorized by existing tax Even It tho country regarded those attacks with Indifference of the son ate there would be plenty of other chiles to which Mr Uryan could lay iris hand for attacks upon business It thoughtless words from tho attorney general contributed to alarm the markets a year or to ago couM more guarded words be expected from an attorney general appointed by MrI f Bryan If persistent prosecution ot largo enterprises than been carried tar enough to cause uneasiness under the prevent administration would It not bo carried infinitely further under a Bryan department of justice Could not judges even be found who en couraged by the wavy of radicalism sweeping over the country would impose or affirm fines penaltiesI ash perhaps would be the effect upon the country If attacks upon business tho night of gold abroad und general uneasiness fjivpked a crisis In the mousy market WtUiJwbat face then could business juoiTTjppcal to Washington for help If they asked for the lasso of cmar agency Jiotes under tho AldrlchVrec land bill wculdnpl IJryana secretary- of the trcaeuryrcply with set jaws 1IIIat the Demotathn platform dcolar led that If any emergency was to Is lime such currency should bo issued and controlled by tho fedora govorn imenl If ntkel to dcposH public BAR lAINSJIOXIlLEri T X Wolveriuo File w3 offer it ulitilNoveuibur ist atr i IS250 UaxenPrZ 5 TbiDox File has patent fiiBtcuinr is dust proof wood frame back and front indexed lettertiize and is worth 350 per dozen JJ- We t will dell tho Cytlonn File at2 CO rcr dczfn unto November 1st DE WILSON KokMYn I n- y x =co ro ic 4 it- f J WIN PRINCESS OWNS i At 1 r tA- t S 4Sr SJIXMANSt t THERE is an air of class about these rich Princess Gowns of ours at the same time an appearance of extravagant Pylwhich makes most of our visitors fairly bubble over with delight 4 It looks like a 100 creation the one illustrated yet we have a 11 number off the most artistic colorings bronze smoke maize rout Q black champaign myrtle reseda brown tan in shimmering J satiniat prices rangillgfronl f rsVi 20 to 75jj 1 f 1 i There arc Sheaths and modified Dircctoires with a touch of t ic1 Empire here and there You will be charmed too with the garnitures of lace and Pcriian gold embroidery A visit will be decidedly worth while fer PAducah has never had another stick cxhibit of beautiful things sensibly priced And remember please that notwithstanding the moderation a ofour priccs we guarantee a perfect fit and make all jftltcra IHons absolutely free of cost to you complicated thoughii they may be This iit in line with our policy of doing cverythingrin our power to place the highest standard of merchandise within = the reach of alland we believe you will appreciate this Shortsh yjDEJ Or1 A tlTFDTEHS BROAPWAY examination confiscatory funds In tho banks to roJIovo string oncy would he not tit ljflb lIomd eratic principles forbade deposits In pet bank and that the market must i take care of itself If finally the flight of gold caused a drain upon the treasury reserve would Mho bus ilnvu men of the country be able to ixMua Jo a Uryan secretary that Loads should lie IWUP to restore IC Would he not reply that he was bound by the platform of 1S9G which condemned such action when taken by Mr Cleveland the lost Dom oeratk piettdont 1 Would not a Democratic secretary the treasury Indeed bo compoVtd IPf say to those who appealed to him help ID maintaining the gold standard and national and private credit In time of stress that no Demo cratic platform In the past twelve years had been piedlctcd upon any such action on his part and that he wu not disposed to take It for till benefit of men ant Interests which had contributed nothing or had con tributed only a splvtt of revenge to put hint In power SMAIUOX lllKI is IHOIUSBU Iron of Viiirliiulion Vould IKSIMIM Oimiiciit and Self in pUojiM1 Philadelphia Oct 2A novel challenge to test tilt ifrfcilvcnoss of vaccination was Ilifiird today at the opening meeting of the uatlona anti vacclnatlon conforonre Dr itudotyih Straube of Ihlladolphla challenged I Dr Samuel DIxon heed of the Pennsylvania health department to spend a night ft bed with him with a small toIproveI iino benefit in preventing the spread that disease InI Dixon Drot Straubo saga has iwi n vaccinated several times while he has nevot boon Inoculated During tho confer ence n national Organization wilt bo toiproveare directly due to vaccination TIII SPEVDTIIUIIT A shining square piano decorated with bricabrac occupied the renter of the parlor of the bachelor whose chum w as giving a little party dur lug his absence Lovely old thing said one or tho girls 18 mid his chum but bo care fill how you open It and play on li that lb iff you have any respect for your nerves Ho boSisht It nn uij 4 I aIspeelalI goingitothe fire Then hes going to keep upi WHIIIthoEVCrYIIOI1jw111 I like that In a grate when h coud ge I wpod so much cheaper choapIcr As a matter of tact ho couldntj I Id r lt r 1 Alterations lF M e eN lr 9 CfJ1r e w 1 I I T II J JrJ4 as 4 A ciiAiiN is itiimiys uunuir 1Ihl 1 runt llryitu IN rlix NVw tares Conn Oct 22TheDemocratic palform Is like n Mother lltrblmtrl dtff It rovers everything BugenelwI presldfHt OH the this mOODI coIl11Ilrlfnlnelleih Jay or my campaign Ive made on the average five ejlOtsJIN a day and covered 25 states speaking everywhere to splendid audiences IIVH had a fine time and Ive gainers five pounds If the oanipilsB lasted long enough Id weigh as much as Taft There art seven of us ruilllliur tar dB Only One BROMO QUININE that Is Laxative j Bromo Quinine Cures Cold In One T iv Cno in 2 D yi QjAlltoilet articles advertised in this paper are on sale all I 1 1 JlcPhcrsohs Drug Store Fourth and Broadway i uesldciit Did II say seven I1 nllUI- Ilx r The Socialist Labor candidate s- In lint iKHilttiitlary lies not run tang Tlioy call him the chocrkt loader lie Is Hes ln JaR Then iburos the fearless leader that E Taft the pcorjew loader thats Bo in stud last of all theres the boor- lell lloader thats me Only n very rich man IM In a port lion to appreciate the advantages of poverty f3 4Lon vtry 11 1 t bo 25e j Ii HARRISONS TOWN AND COUNTRY PAINT dratt on Eatili Third Stmt Iliiut store Old Ifione ik10 n RIND AHLONVAY 127 S Third 1 r I II The Best Carrlall SlrYlclln Paducah 4 Yoa uct handsome well Appointed carriagos- when 1 servo you We s the prom personal at l tendon at all titmice i1 1 HARRY ANDERSON PHONE 515 ro J i 1 r IIThe A8Coftk Laundry Business e 1lnlpbabot its elementary prhiQtlloswore long agott f learned by us und net appioiUt AbilityI knowhowlanll i t HkilDi boat materials soap J wnloii starch clu1 icnrut- hu a conscious or any silo 3 ccssfnl bttstnossratanI- leneu i II 1 it is that our work t l pleases 09 out of 100 of our r patronsthe odd 1 should bo i and is a negliribe flnantity I STAR r STEAM LAUNDRY 4 t I e N Kt W Jpath ones 200 120 Nt FeurlhaSf 1 VJ h1 I e I iIW Q4TMQnETi 22 1 THE PADUCAH EVjSNINq SUN PA013 NIXE a 14r i A CURE FOR st RHEUMATISM r tnn is caused by all excess of uric acid in the blood which is in the circulation to all portions of the system livery muscle i causingllntionjief from the pains and discomfort of Rheumatism cannot bet tI the use of liniments plasters and other external treatment t reach the blood where the cause is located Such measures I Ii I Ityrelief but in order to cure Rheumatism the uric acid and y t poison must be expelled from the blood S S S cures because it is n perfect blood purifier It goes down into the t t eutrnlizen the uric acid and drives it from the blood S S S Rating inflammatory matter which is causing the pain well I discomfort enriches the weak sour blood and permanently 1 itlsm In all forms of Rheumatism whether acute or chronic se found a safe vegetable remedy possessing the properties t and at the same limn a medicine that builds up the entire fine tonic effects Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice e o write THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA ill DACHEI to t wn a inffertr from tick betdaeht aro rate 14 oerer loud an naklDC your CuearN ale o neCuenreln be bu serer bud- t bee Sue tatlnlf eared blm TO momnind them l do Ii I prlvllfr of sodas fan o m 1tulorsl Wa4InpOUolad 14 I4 scat for The Dowels 4 CANDY CATPWmC AIPotnbTuloondnogoodlt f I WOnDl itbitt ttnp 4 OUO hot your mar bek Sdy Co Chicago or NY 591I E TEN MILLION IDlESj MErflNDWDMEN CwDlf u IInlidiecbrOMteammstwail s r o nueoit tutmbrioM I wM falalMt I aid Ml ulna Kllct aatStpolMUewtGust e Droetl vrotbr resod Ora I Jir MTI r Lcoaraty rsnee 4 t fed iit m chc L In tho is and Groins 1 1aseare dIrect results KIDNEYS and IN- riOX OK TilE DLAD le strain on the Kid Inflamed membranes 4 i neck of the Bladder t the pains 4 JS i- iicc 44 1 DNEY GLOBES II tL CURE IT aeae glee relief and4 4 nil cure any ordinary Kidney or Bladder Removes Gravel cures Seminal Eulsalons I Lame Dark Rheums all Irregularities of the bothrwomen ox on the No Cure No i by McPbersons drug Broadwayis pan receipt of price to Louisviller American alter i- liSay n guard what 1inj 4 t wo waiting for Whatt puH out anyway s qrho has survived two t4 tt t M1GtvThat all do Dopends OB what udlcWHy Ahair thatt idit Punch Ih vriio flores on doing rylldng nwr cuts mu ch111 1 lat anlhln I ISSSSSSSSSs sssssnSSS I1lU mHSmoWInS s s ss sSssssssssssss In William Stlths History of Vir glnla It Is stated that Captain Now port on his second voyage to the col ony In tho latter part of 1C08 brought out among others g ass workers sent out by the london com pang and as soon as they wcro land ed the president of tho colony Jli parsed as many as were able some to make glass and others for pitch tar and soap ashes The glasshouse Stith Informs us stood in the woods about a mile from JanicsJoTrn and thnseh probably un pointments It was undoubtedly ho- Arse manufactory ever erected In this country We also learn that the Council in London wroto an angry letter to the president complaining that no gold or silver had been soot and threatening that It the expenses about 20000 pounds sterling were not defrayed by tho ships return they should be deserted To the letter Captain Smith sent aplain and scholarly answer by tho ship which was at length dispatched with the trials of pitch tar glass frank incense and soap ashes with what wainscot and clapboard could bo pro videdIn the year 1G21 a fund was sub scribes for a glasa furnaco to mako beads which wore tho current coin with the Indians and one Captain Norton with some purpose Tho sub scribers to tho fund wore to partici pate In the proceeds of the sale of the articles Thr factory at Salem after an experiment was abandoned In 1C42 three years after the grant of the land and one year after the loan of 30 pounds sterling by the town of Salem and In 1615 the Conckllnt received permission from the court to form a new company to carry on the business At this factory as In the earlier one in Vlr grain brittle and other articles of coarso glass were manufactured In 1CS3 the Free Society of Trader evidently had a glaMhouio as Penn speaks of the sawmill and glatihoufo as conveniently posted for water carriage A glssshouio and pottery was established at Frankfort near Philadelphia 1C8B by tome English Friends who settled there In 1731I an advertisement In the Pennsylvania Gazette by Edward Bradford near tho pottoulco In Front street Philadelphia announ cod that he silvered looking glasses and road wndow glass by the box These are A few of the earlier glass StaletjewYork Ilontl n inrlrouolltnn newspaper nnd- t I thinIcnnIpmlgnper CmiricrJnurnnl CilohoDcnxKrnt He public CominrrrlnlApttcnl nxhvllle Amcrlnui XoNlivlllnI Toiinoswnn HrjirKlft Kxnmlncr and XcuRSrlmllnr Drop n postal to 110 South Filth strict I indignaIt by one of her admirers Gtowingneat Tom Every Ounce offiiel J4 When the mercury drops oul of siglil and you just cantI keep the house warm youll find it wonderfully convenient to use a PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device I Its very liflhl carry i1abouthul any cold I room Turn the wick high or lowno radIfor and gives nine hours ol cozy comlott at one lilting of r brass lonl Finished in 1 7 nickel and japan Every healer warranted k flood ofI studyJ i r xctfpO Lampw6rlNnt Gshl II JI la lli long winter cvmingi- kailR or MX I l1wont lire your eyes Ukl improrrj ctnlrit l ei a- NIIt your JNkrennn t tupplr nidcl ikeRae temp or Ump Perfection wirnnlcJ Oil ler wills out nttresl igenejr lot a JooiptiT drculir STANDARD OIL COMPANY t Incorporated r7 I SPANISH TRICK 11Y WHICH AMBKICAXB AHB BE- iNG DHKIIAUDKD IostiiinMcr Wnrns Iooplo Against Against Ihlnic Hlvlncllccl By Ap- IMal Through MullsI Iostmartor Frank M Fisher desires to warn Paducah citizens of the SpanUiuswlndlo which IIs being used by sharks all over tho United State The October lisme of the United States Official Postal Outdo says Tho at tention of postmasters is directed to the following schema operated by swindlers from various towns and cities In Spain who make n practice of writing to persons in tho United States The scheme consists In sending letters to certain Persons who have previously been selected by confed erates Tho foundation of the plot varies somewhat In some instances the writer represents himself as the dying prisoner in a military fortress lie has a fortune on deposit In the United States but the certificate of stock to concealed In a secret recep tacle of Ida valise which has bone seized by time court at Carthagono and It will bo beld until the prisoner or his representative has satisfied time cost of the trial He claims distant relationship with tlio addressee If the first letter hears fruIt it Is quick ly followed by others in which the prisoners daughter plays a promin ent part She Is In Spain without a protector A proposal Is made to send her accompanied by a priest to the newly found relative for protec tion if enough money is sent o re lear tho valise containing the secret rocfjitaclo and tho certificate of de Itoeit if the relative will accept tho trurt he Is to receive onefourth of the prisoners entire fortune of about 11800pounds Of course the relative never hears from the Kwtadlers after bo has sent the money requestedUnder the Spanish laws a felony mutt be consummated before the po lice may act and the mere attempt to obtain money by also pretenses docs not appear to warrant arrest The money must be actually paid over and the prosecuting witness must bo present In poreon to testify otherwise prosecution would be use less WILLIAMS mOS l MLLS Have you neglected your Kidneys Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder Have you pains in loins side back groins and blad der Have you a flabby appearance of the face especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine if so Williams Kidney Pills will cure youat Druggists Price 50c Wil llama Mfg Co Celeveland O iiovnucss MKIUOA JTnuHifonimllon Taking PIneeIissl lload Idea Onus From tho maledictions scattered broadcast In the mire of roadless America by despairing bicyclists fit teen years ago hopes of better things have taken root No gift of prophecy Is now required to foresee a time when these hopes will have so fat materialized that a team It It Is a good one will be able to haul an empty wagon over the gumbo roads of the Mississippi valley In tho spring and the public highways of the south will be so well buoyed that lightI draught automobiles may navi gate them In comparatlco safety From every part of the country come lthe samo cncxjraglng news Sixteen states now have highway commissions that are trying In vari ous ways to supply the greatest need of the nation which Is good roads At one extreme In New York which In 1905 voted to expend fifty million dollars In building roads Under the plan adopted the state will build and maintain 33 2 miles connecting the principal cltlr and pay onehalf tho cost of 1700 miles of local roads to built by the counties 1110 At the other extreme Is Iowa the state In the Union In extent or tholpUbICI teams enough could be assembed to Edo In one day all the traveling done j In the state In a year the line would I reach onto and a halt around the dearth which doles out an annual ap propriation of 5000 todefray the facultyfwhileway commission With this Intro duction tho author writes of what Is j toItranstormartlcc with lino photographs Technical World Magazine Cuilous Natural Dorvptlon Our tenses deceive us curiously at times A flash of lighting lights up tho ground for onemillionth of a second yet it seems to us to last ever FO much longer What happens is that tho Impres sion remains In the eye or the tetina for about oneeighth of a second 9r I 124000 times as long as the flash lasts It on a dark night a train hourhIspears stationary yet In the eighth of tolseoI IDutI wo really only see It during thatitlmeof an Inch I When a manes leg Is cut ort It the stump t Irritated be tote tbe pals o- A j L FOUR GIRLS Restored to Health by Lydia 13 Ilnkliams Vegetable Compound ft Pftvn I DflssLihllanltoes530- East 84th Street New York writes LydIa B rinkbunf Vcgeta OTerII bad fatted to help me and 1 feel it a duty to let others know of I- cKathartneCralg3M Lafayette St Denver Col writes Thanks I toLydUKrinkhamV Vegetable Compound 1- amwellaftenuffering for mouths from nero YOU tirwtratlon Miss Marie Stoltz man of Laurel la t writes IwasInsrund- owneonditlonand suf fendtromsuppraeton Indigestion and poor circulation Lydia E VeletabloCompo strongMiut Olson of 417 N Ent St Ke LtdlaElJnknarns table Compound cared me of backache aide- ache sad Ntbibhed- m1 periods alter the best llocal doctors had v r FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Comnpund made from roots and herbs has been tho standard remedy for female Ills and has positively cured thousands of women who havo been troubled with displacements inflammuHon ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear flatuleneyrindlgestiondizzinessornervousprostrauoa Why dont you try it y Mrs rinkhnm Invites nil sick women to write her for advice Sho has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass deceptionIson himself by striking hIs elbow on JnlhlJnl We do not actually perceive differ ent distances with the eye but Judge them from various Indications When deceivedfor Instance he seems to be much bigger than usual The same thing happens when you see men or cattle I on the top or a hill against the horl zon In twilight In both cases you Judge them to be farther away than they really are and consequently they appear uncommonly large r Friends Give me your hand to press again Just as yoj d thiijldpI ago Clasp me c oy ur tAftrnsth 1i I shall not shrink again ah no fee Yes you are Wearing tho samo sad smile Have you the same old tale to leU Once I believedI you oil thats 110Xbm I halo changed since I know you well Am I surprised to meet you hero Rare where the sunHgbts gleam ing bright Hero where the skies are blue and dqar hero where tho stars light up the night JOo I am not surprised old friend Wfcll I knew you wore bear at hand Wt11 I know that until the end I will obojvand you command Give me yqurfhil1d to press again Troubles old 1pal we are well fare rrlead81I On together till deathand then Then youll bo waiting vcrthore I Testt of An Egg I Some folks who were going on aII paste tOt one raw egg mixed up with tho cold boiled ones and did not know how to detect It without breaking them all I I A visitor wea equal to tho cmer gency lie took an egg between his fingers and his thumb he twirled Itt I lopIl onetthatI That said ho Is time raw eggI And oo tbo puzzle was sohedSllI I Nicholasf I Try the gun tor Job Work L 0 I THK WELLINGTON HOTKIfc- CHICAOO Il Cur Wabash Ave Jackson nhllII MCUNTOCK nn nUn lroIIII Itcinodclcd at n cost of 150000 Hot and cold running vf er and 1011- 1IlLstaucc phones In nil jooms 200 rooms 100 with baths Single or en suite Hates 5JOO lulu upwards Ono of the most unique lining roomy In tho country Our famous Indian Oifc Noted for service and cuisine tMtllrseumHayI Tealeu Lspcrss1U adWaT lkw earl DUTY FIRST TAFT PKKKRItRKD POSITION OS HUIIIKMK BENCH But Demands of Philippine nnd Pan cum Were Such That lie Remained i New York Oct 22Light on William H Tafts ambition to go on the supreme court bouch and President Roosevelts desire to have hie accept a nomination for the presidency Is shed by letters which passed butwevn thc two men In 11PC and are publish Humpdonsifspondcnce shows that the president offered to appont Mr Taft to tho Hnch to succeed Jistlce Drown I know that rpw if any even among my friends writes Mr Taft Tom Quebec under date of July CO 190C will creditme with anything but a desire unconscious perhaps to run for the presidency and th r I must race and bear this misconstruc tion of what I do But I am confident that you credit my reasons as I Rive them to you and believe me when I say that I would much prefer to go on the supreme bench for life than to run for the presidency and that In twenty years of judicial service I could make myself more useful to the country than as president even If my election should come about Advice Front Roosevelt President Roosevelt wrote to Mr Taft under date of March 15 J1900 In part as follows As far as I am personally con cerned I could not put myself In jcur place because I am not a lawyer and would under no circumstances even If I had been trained for a lawyer have any leaning toward the bench So In your case I should as a matter of course accept the three years of service In the war department deal Ing with the Panama and Philippine questions and then abide tho event as to whether I became president or continued in public life in some less conspicuous position or went back to the practice of the taw But I appreciate as every thought ful man must the Importance of the supremeicourtdo not at all like the social condl Uons at present The dull purblind folly of the very rich their greed and arrogance and the way In which they have unduly prospered by the help of the ablest lawyers and too often through the weakness and shortslght edness of the Judges or by their un fortunate possession of meticulous mindsJ 4 n Danger In Socialism These fatts and the corruption In business and politics have tended to produce a very unhealthy condition of excitement and Irritation In the popular mind which shows itself In part In tho enormous Increase in so cialistic propaganda Nothing effective because noth- Ing at onco honest and Intelligent is greatlamount containedIInof these are Socialists somo of them are merely lurid sensationalists but they are all building up a revolutionary feeling which will most probably take the form of a political campaign Then wo may have to do too late or almost too late what had to bo done in the silver campaign when In one summer we had to convince a great theyIoral years previous was untrue Wants Help of Tnft Under such circumstances you would be the best possible leader and with your leadership we could rest assured that only good methods would prevail In suet a contest you could do very much If you were on the bench you could do very much If you were In active political lifo out side l think you could do most as president hurt you could do very touch as associate justice Whero you can light best I cannot say for you know what your soul turns to bettor than I can a But it is well to remember thattt- I onlaocircumstances1I TTEAiirliIANDXITALITY Molts Ncvcrlno Pills The great iron and tonfc restorative for men and women I produces heIsrstemaild1 1 For sale by druggists or by mall Iper box 6 boxes for 5 Williams Mfg Co Cleveland O I Henry Clews Howl Tho yarn reviving that old anecdote about W n Travers the stut- terIng broker concerning his dlscov tt1 that Henry Clews was proud oft fact that ho was a selfmade man Next time he met the bankers Mr Travers eyed him Intently Well inquired Mr Clews Im patiently whats the matter 11- Is It ttrue that you are a self made mman Certainly replied Mr Clews aboutwwhytop of your head j Mr Clews who had been Invlt ballcstMrtlon as to the character farej his ooatSsaIIIfriendt you head and r yj Oaniierin y SIULK A noo f TO SCIENCE Cure For Lockjaiv In AiiplyliifC Rice Inc Shock to Tull The most famous product of the state tho Missouri mule not satisfied with past achievements has broken Into science says a Kansas City dispatch There Is possibility that not only quadrupeds at large but man kind as well and stockmen in particular will again have cause to bless Its creation It came about this ways There have been many deaths from lockjaw In the Ileum Brewing company stables recently Thursday a valuable mule became afflicted Fri day It was about decided to kill the HeKnollJs Consutiyoar Joehrfntly aloulmeji tel ztarlns lie iinows Tniil him Di ct he toys Follow till1 advice Grows Hair end we ca- nPROVE i IT The Great DA DERINE Never Falls to Produce the Desired Results IT enliven and invigorates the hair glands and tissues ole scalp resulting In a continuous and Increasing growth of tho hair Letters of prone au coatlDuill commit la tram norlr ill pat of the country lining that D nderlu Su renewed the growth of Sour In thud coniiJtrcil abru tlutelyhopeleo A liJr from Brooklyn writes pedfnnRlI I or hur Terr bevy andover uae uaa Outfit a ardIlitoff Danderlne iiimutite the scalp soItknown It is a wholesome medicine for both the hair and scalp Even a small bottle of It will put yourhairother hair tonic ever made It shows results from the very start Now on sale at every drug and toilet store in the land 13 site 25c 500 and 100 FieeIianderineactawe Catwill usda is smpl fre iThisseedhi tree coupimtolbi Out bi II = a Cubda Ce Crisp witb tbelr name old Wdrees 4 I and IIOU in sliver ur stamp to psy putus animal when the engineer suggested an electric treatment Contact plates were attached to the mules Jaw and tall and 120 volts direct current was turned on Yesterday the treatment was repeated Tonight the mule is taking Its regular feed of oats and hay I hear your ton Is something tan aviator Mrs ComeupeWell to tell the truth he was a hit that way but hes taken tho w pledge Baltimore American average man would rather ad IIhc he fellow Is wrong right than to admit Talk with your doctor about Ayers non alcoholic Sarsaparilla Ask him if he pre scribes it for pale delicate children Ask him if he recommends it when the blood is thin and impure and when the nerves are weak and unsteady Ask him if it aids nature ulldlnc upthe gen ral health cftPI T w r e el T S and Mrs Garrison Embalmers and Funeral Directors JinJ city and country Paducah Undertaking Co Don Phones 110 200 Sontli hird St n Jt THE CITY ESTABLISHED 18JJI rjPADUCAH J r eat UNITED STATUS DKMSITOnT i aaji qjltf y osi4Shareholders 1 TotAl Responsibility to Depositors r 000U11ep- S JrU IIUGhES Iresldent JOB J RIEDNAN VIet Ut C J C UTTKKBACK Cashier C K HICHAHDSON Ant CX r 1tflji INTEREST PAID OV TIME DEPOSITS rJ jaiDIRECTORS 4A E ANSPACHEIl S B IIUGIIE8 8 iC FOWLER Jr 11 fMAN J C UTTEIIBAOK DR J O BROOKS BRACClJSSOrtlRS Oj 13 INS WILm Te 1I coe Olktifoa II tQ eleg Sprinkler Equipmi X Jt iViy We will furnish estimates for Ill V kinds off sprinkler tequipment rfor ffire protection 1 ABRAM L WEIL CO Campbell Buildings Paducah Ky M- 6abFFdx u 1i G IMf imas rarwraassyiso Rod Workmanship Firstclass Material SQUAT E DEALING II Ilnvo built up the largest plumbing business In Western ies lucky Sly object Is to make it larger Estimates free EO D HAINAN Plumber Steai Both Phonea i I i y Y r Ab IMr AtftJCAH THURHIHT HfiII Delinquent Tax Lis 7 City of Paducah 1908 I Is r WIliTR Delia1 Abbott SowoH and 51111 street r IS CL Aoree Caldwell street Cl A B Acree Twentieth and Jackson street 9- ML 11C I Acker MaI fold road s l4 jimcytAghew 904 Kentucky i al It ii101 tr AtBusta Aholn Elizabeth St 4 3 4I G 51I Alexander youth Fourili street G Iii J S Afamaw caldwoll Ave 23 Sam Allen Yeteer street 1aII cr Allcock Ninth and Jones t 68jII68jj Charles Anderson Chamber sin addition 5 07 P AV Anderson OBrien e addition 2 32 J F Andejron South Eighth street 4aFirs Mattlo Anderson Tenth and Jones street C CO JIArnohlClay Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets 468t i ArEf Arnold GuthrIe avenue 4 03 Ilrs Alice V Arnold Broad t ifreot 5 11 J T Armstrong Twelfth snit Harrifpn streets 1 j2S T 0 AigUEt Sixth Husband t aid George 1068 Luanda Atkins Harrison JgSthI and Ninth streets 2 03 l wJli Augustus South Fourth street 511 OlJIe Bacon Sowell addition G ISx VtnM Baker Hlnkler e road C 02 S L Baker Farley Place C Cl D4 F Baker Woodward AVe 5 57 Mrs S F Bally liars avenne4 07 19 Annlo Bailey Fourth Clark and Adams 14 24 I W Brondvayi 13 47 CJS Barnwt Third Monrno and Mndtam I 5S- LIIC iJAjrnos Wortens 1 01nddltjoa w Elizabeth Base Wagner ateI nue Sixth and SevqnlhX 1 69 0 B Barnhart Bridge 364l isiu riagby Seventh and I Harrison 1frx11 b7 Mtes Cv A Baird North F6W tJulhJ5tret 1 34 EiEllell Thid Husbands and Goorgo IS 50 llaftto Doll 133 Willie St 3 OS K W Borry ElgWh and Campbell 19 til- L BtlyorIonnevisee Ninth and Tenth G 10 C 6 F Bergor 1728 Monroe 7 71 John G Bergor 1020 South J Tjrqlfth S Co i Charles Bishop Fourth and Vnshfngtonnslteet 53 h UolOng Faxon addItion 2 54- y Jlat or 51f A Bowfin Faxon addition 2 51 + rite Tehn Imp Co Harrteon i street r 20 4- 5LcotrdIf Block 2030 Bridge S1streett I 10 j9- cE Block Thurman i it n 2jl bq odworth Mill Stf r 5 It esraiNora Bowfin Foxbn I 1I eaddlton S 10 fa R wlln North SGIr NAyyerd 1thlngton Efeveath Snd Ts 1tI h 4 OJ 3- t lorrnnt nftpiellI addl tion 4 j t J D BolramanfrUrldgo Stt l 2 54 LUIa Uohama Urldgo St 1 04 r d 4L try II Dnlton Brldge 77 t f Bonier Wortcnsadd 51SATbwnI t r Vn Brown street 3 83 Matlnco anJvJeftPrson1 Se cn Elgljt Rith 12 6IJ I 3Ot 5 31 17lays 3 G t 1 Avc D G- 4rt1 C felClh and 7 IiOt I rd 5Ionroo Iniorth Twelfth 111S 3 53- Tenth BoydFlI t tri Wortens addl 5 tion Si Iit jr Fnnd C L Broyles iWhcoler addition 1G 7- BILBradleytanroc at 141I J M Brndshaw ltiestt yltth and Clay 2 1i1 a J n Brooks Llnceta Atr 3 5- a 3 Charles DnmEonliClei td t tLavonyo 13rowd r altarrlhan a- l 10 l djtlon 1c L 33 t Allon and KaW BTowcler Fountain avenue fsjfe 53- II 4Georgo Brandon Bockmon street 3 9 BJJ Breedon North Thlr 1 4tCentta street S 87- t Walker Bryant Jackson St 5 lijj Olllo Bryant Ohio street 3 OS Belle Bryant Elizabeth fit 2 03 4l1rs Jessie Bryant South I IJUllltre ct 1i1 17 1 Bryant Seventh and 11EI Brockinan 1153 North 3 9 60 G- 3f f Buck Jackson street G C1 y rM Hosa Burton Goebel avenue 8 14 tIurkbolllrWorwnst 2 75 Den Bjrkliart Ninth and lJock mon 4 50 ftank Buddk 160i Soutk t r 95- t1i Y r JZ- ul u- f f i Mrs Cot V Carter Harmon Sixteenth and Seventeenth 51 Albert Carr Ninth and Cald 9veil street 3 92 Louis Carroll Sixth Elizabeth and Brood 101 Henry Carroll Fountain Par h G5 0 GI Ernest Carman Clements 5 5j Clara Cartha Eighth street 1 jO li T cask t Clements St C C 1 Richard Calllssl Tenth sad 3I Lcako 40 John Cartwrlght Glcnwood 3 04 i W C Caw Wilttemoro addi I Lion lJ 3 C 4 T B Chalk South Third St 7 ao jlII jl Eleventh and Twelfth 10 If- Wi Do Champion Ninth Clark and Adams 7 C I City Lot Im Co Tenth Hus bands nnd Bockmon 32 I Add Clark Bridge street 2 G u I Miss E Clark Eula street 2 0 Mrs IE Clark North Twelfth street 13 7 1tW At Clark Thurman addl tfou 34 S J M Clark Smlthland Aye 5 67r iH Clark 5Ittgor addition 6 51r Mrs Mary J Coleman Wor tens addition C 1 0CI O A Coleman South Eleventh street 7 fif J hI Colemnn Fountain Park 6 fit N A Colo North Seventh 9 C4 W B Colo 730 Clark streot Brown street 2 7FAnnie Copeland 1408 Kentucky avenue 20 lii S A Comer Woodwnrd 1 99 J B Cooper Bridge street S 04 James Conley Aehbrook 5 24 S B Conaut Elizabeth and Broil p 0 X A Cross Jefferson tI 15i 1 j Joo Cunningham South Fourth street B Cl- II 511 Cunningham Thr teentb Clark and Adam 20 ftft Genre A Clark 5Iayileld 3rtjadW 01 Davis Fl horrhi 1 2 Itt MrsI R T Iavr langsalafr- avenue 5 11- 5vrs Davis Ashbrook 1 04 Charles Davis Monroe street 12 17 J B ami C Davidson Georgo drat I 101 S S Darnell Soventn Husbands and IJockmon 3l 53 Mrs Lucy Dalton Beaton road 4 01 E T DAwSon Harrihan addition 403- J 31 BaGreen streot 11 18 I Mary Dunn Madison TtytTflh hail Thlrteonth X J 1 j B D Dearer Thurmnn nddl tin 2 i 4 Edr DsouchettitllaiB avenuo C Cl r 11sDhl o7p s5fitl Th lit man streets 204 W J Bloke Broadway Twentysexond nnd Twenty fourth 1q 75i C IL Dolt Powrtl street r u 5a John pismukos Clay street 17 2Si J T Dixon LlttTos fuTdMfon i5i Irl Aune Dulguld 2300 Broadway 1C 28i Miss 51I A 4 Downea Eighth and Clark 25 79- J J Dossctt Tenth Ohio and Tennessee 7 CO Mrs 51 T Doyle Tennessee street 4 D 7 Owen Donegan North Eighth 3street3 Mrs Robert Douch Bloom field 2 0 3 airs Mary Drennen Eulah street 5 Cl Mrs L B Duncan Bnmson avenue A7r Rasa Duffy Eighth Washington and Clark 6 10I J H Duffan Broadway 13 10I J 51 Dunnaway Ninth Adams and Clark 14 20 Lee Eaker 500 Harrison St 12 44I Wra Easley Wheeler addition 3 3 1l Clara Edwards Broadway JG 1 I W A Edwards OBrlftji add tion CS3 C C Edvrardis Littles ad41j tton r113 5 3 J H Edmonds Bronsoa Ave 12 8S E W Eggle ton Fourth Eliz abeth and George 1 G I Sue Egglenton Fourth Ellz abeth and George 5 50 Cora ElHs 1313 Jackson St G IO Elrod and Storrie West Broadway 4 0 i T I Elder South Fifth St 1 4SP20 MadisonG A jEleventh and Twelfth v 12 2t John Enders Wagcer av0uun 54I dire Bettle English 221 Bridge 1 2C W E Fagan Hal anl11owol1 4 03 Farnsloy Holrs Elizabeth St C 16 Joo Farris Ninth Harris nnd Boyd 5 5 7j V G Feeny Harrihnn addl tion 3 531 Joe Fields Elizabeth and George 8 14I I H 51 FInlcy 35 11 J W Fleming Brown street 3 531 gwenttlrtt W3 78 D 511 FJournoy Sev nUi nnd Harrison 84 9 21 Bolt ForcunV Clementa 1 5CJ A M Foreman OIndtso- nTwentyfirst and Twenty second 4 58 Mrs JFord Powell street laJohn FowleriI Clay Tenth and C 4Eleventh 4 tion 5 1 L Mrs D A Frazier Trimble v J GjlJJI 1 Gjl I 1 y j y A O Fntrcll Nineteenth and Harrison 9 14 ttJJudeth Carry North Sixth St G I 1 Gnybeck Heirs Elizabeth St 2 7 Gallagher and Lane Ninth and Trimble streets 25 4 B N CL Gardner Jefferson St 11 2- Eva 9 J Gholson Sixth and Eliz abeth streets C HI 1IL1 A Gibson Thurman addition I 2 B 4I W W Glluon Gocbel avenue 10 9 a BoH V Green lKentucky Ave G 0 7r SiynGj Clven neat Brad I shaws 26- A 4 6 GHbcrt estate and heirs II I tire acres near Griefs 1011r Gilbert Salem avenue 001l MiceE Ida Gilbert 813 Goebol I nveriuo 7S1l 4N C Glover AdkIns nvenuo 3 v 5 11 41on221JamesS Gordon Harrtoan addi jITIT tion 9 3iG Gordon South Third St 9 Hi H 51 Gower J 251 4T B Grasty Harrihan addi tion 7 22 4Mrs Lllllo Greonbald Brun 10uTrimble rJJ 10 H A Grouse F f Ulllbnds and Dockm rf S 05 J II pray rs35 Langstaft i r avenue G a- r 5tattle Greer Iountntln Park- Ed 1t GO Griffin 1245 South ninth G 00 Gregory Trimble street tird Dr W T Gaves Seventh Harrison and Clay 22 a2 Miss TI A Graham Harrison street 2035- Ntek Grief estatet t Elizabeth I zttxt 03 51 and R Grief Twelfth Jefferson and 5Ionroo G 10 5lnrgnroUe drain Harrison 2iI J B Green Goobcl1 avenue S 10 51 H Gallagher Sixth Hus bands and George 11 83 MonSroe and Madison a ji 1 k Haness South Eleventh St S 57 Tempe liaybeck Husbands St r It j John W Hock near old Fair grounds r 2 112 Mrs Tom Harldy Hnrrfcon St- W 3 13 I B hank1ck Fountain Park 11 GC 51I Ilfc hayshoar John Ariz L OS M T tlftys Hays awmio 7jI Fred Stays for life IC i9 W B Hays Broadway Six teenth nnd Seventeenth 2S 7s A Hall Twelfth Clark and Washington Ii 79 J B Harris OBrien addition 1 49 R 511 Harris Seventh Boyd and Burnett j 0 C1 J B Hart Atkins avenue C 0- 1J1 I Harper Whetr ATO S 07 Dew Harpfr ChambUn add tlon i 1 9 IU J Ilrtton K4gliteontn and J Madison street j 11 Mrs S P lienfon BWewth and Tennessee 2 02 John K Hondrleks Brtjad way Seventh and Ninth 444 34 Dr II T hoed COS South Hlghth Si 140 I srra J T Hlxtoa WtUot ad- dlUon G 51 Mrs R B lox Jefferson Tenth and Bteenlh 112 21 Dud Htnes Tomieswo street S lb 5Irs Wary Htetrtn1 Sowell J addition 1 P 4 H C Hills Mayfleid road 3 1 G Roxio HWI North Sixteenth G fl W A Holt Clay Flftceirth and Sixteenth Ii 07 J T iIIoX Elmwood avenue 2 54 W F Hob r Twelfth nnd Harrison IG 29 F O haler Sixth Boyd and Burnett t 9 18 Ellen HowcJl Twentyfirst and Boyd f 7 IS B B Hook OBrien addition 1 01- r Mrs MI J HolbrOOk Ham son Eleventh and Twelfth 2 03 Weon tolllsdlOdleon Thir teenth nnd Fourteenth 9 3C Mrs M A Iifostottw 423 Woodward avesu0 2 03 W A Hogatf Jofforsoh Ten +tblrd fatfl Twenty 0arise 2 OC BftL Housar V rtt End 12ffli F aujer Tennessee 1lghtb and Ninth t S l Courtney H01l SlxtlCnth 5 4iL0SirsIabeth street C 10 William Husbands 3 C3 F LI and li1 11 Hulsey Jar rHt street 3 OS J W Hudson Monroo Elev 7esth awl Twclfth 14 35 4 IT Humphreys 1229 South jrNmth i r V JM- MJiiUchergoh 122 4 Monroe StJnTSjCp fjvenuo LC05 S L Ilutcfsrson autLsie j J W 1HurfesrSouth Fourth Jot 1l0 311 tltr eel1 notes 1350 Squth 1cr4 rS- j olJllton lllgontifeJdr iiG Mrs C Itdbbell Irpurth Ten nee ajd Jones 7 64- I BroadII 1 f 58 Ed Ot Hubbard McKlnnio 1nnmuq i iy 10 Cj Mrsf t 1t Jngflun and J r lrorTTor hsmali Slzfi reanOssco mW Jones d 19 31i AI flvet sG L Tlines O Brleunddltlop 22 J Jenllns Clements9b Li2 03 F hlyAFi O- TJI1 J Jolins D Urldlro fit7 lp2- L 1au1 J I 710- tt on Fwrtfth r and i ourta 11O RI etnlaFlark 20 Si- J tI It S u J Joh n Monroe tilx tcentu And Sewwteenth 15 4 7 Charles Johilson 1007 South Sixth s 552 H J Johnson Tully addition 1 9 1 Robert John on EeWh 1Iue Honda and Bockmon 40- O 7 1V JohtiKoh Tenth and Burnett 5 5 7 J I1C Jorcowwn South Third street 71 Ii Mrs Willie Joiner 8 1- r I it J Jones Bridge street 3 9 R O Jones Hrldgo tH 10 cs S Jones Burnett Tnfh IIcwild Elovonth 5 67r T Jones Adam trct 4 uSt E T Jones Bridge street D 2flfr Mrsi C 511 JOUGil Clay 13t to 12 7fl Flee M 13 Jonos OBrjeft addition V 4 j Jessie F Jones OBrJcn add1 Uon VMJ 1 91 Mary Kn kvy Thirteenth and Flournoy ttt 07 Geor o Knsko Thirteenth and Fourteenth 7 CO II T Kennedy Husbands and Jnrrett 254 John Kelly Murray addtUon 4 9C E H Kelly Madison pUf tecnth and Fifteenth 14 7- 4Nunclelty Mhbroak 30B KoUy Morse Eleventh and Twelfth 1 a S 65 Jolin JsIUi y 820 South Cl diftrcvt O 7 11- Mrg Enltpl lieizer ltowlandir4 t wn- t 49 DJoinelll= i o- X S King jarrett 3 63 W T aniS D A Kliitr Cinjr R and Tenth vrv 2 03 Geneva Korr Hlnklvlllo road 2 OS- lAtla Kahn Harrftan addition 1 81 MaHteMi Kyle Kintxjil 113 Mrs W L ltanler Seventh Clay ami TrlrnbU 122- 1a IE Landrum 5Iowcoo St 10 90 Mrs B LnsfUer Clay Elfih- tecnth and Xtneteomh 90 51 L Latham Eighth Adams and Jackson S 53 E O L Laslgy Burnhelm 2 64 11 arose South Sixth St 8 06 lhrJrLandrum Jonen nireet 154 W Tliandt Worten s addi tion 5 79 U 1D LancM Osldwi H 21 laaadml rot I Jt Co IJ4U addl ton 7 1C iU Look Mullablo Iron Co Th 1d Norton and HuMlMnd v 3u C4- II A Ixiruc IUtlos addition P 1C B Ixtech and Waslitngton I ni W tuekji Avenue Tfclrttflnlth and Fourteenth 2 02 Lchntiard Wootlward IWill tC 01 IU t1eoro Lauded bland Creek 13 10 Titjnms low Broadway 5- IT 7S lAb Wort 1 nd 2 11- P G Ip North Four 0 ttonth rt tt 3 G- 4Tbeo NF Ivorortng SMh Nor ton tad HuMbaad 4 5S B Lodbarry OBrien addi J tion 0 1 99 Jure Iun Ortcn oddHton 4SR j fHl lnllgwm tjqet 90t North D Yiow addition j S SS- I T Itoot Ii2i Joffar ron street 39 12 W P lnebtr TwtIfh wed Harrison 5 57 Wm iMVnqo Trlmblii NWWi mud Terth 10 fis E C Long nnd wife JIndteon- Soventeontii add Eighteenth in i I Iko ftickavod Second Vfik IJI Jngton and Clark 8 cs II- J L Isyd 2100 Jefferson 51 10 79 J T LuttroH OJJrien addl tion 2 32 A a Iuttroll Fountain Iark 4 68 G Mrae 31 Lynn Cletnents St 6 10 Ijlzsjo Matlock Goebol Avo Ii 21 Cordla Mayer HlnklevlH road 82 James Marshall Cemen4s St 2 OS J Mrs 51 A Martin Twelfth and Monroe street t K 29 W 5I Martin Sixth Boyd aad- Harrbt V 4 58 J R Martin Tenth and Madison J streelri A Ill C7 Mrs Lnla Mattlson1 Husband Sixth and Ser nth 814 J B S 5IadlfbnTi10 South Sixth C 67 W T 5retcftlf ifllCI South Twelfth 7 555- Irse 51 E Medley Soweil I addition 2 53 I J A Meadowf J OBrien addl I I tlon 199 Mrs Kate Mllnm Kentucky and Fourthli l4 Wm MlUlken O tlon v 4 07 J B M1Ifl Third Norton and Caldwell 9 jG Nick MlllcfiJ 130 Tennessee 6 01 W F Miller Twcnjj ourth and Adam r 3 C3 JO Miller 11rti er Aye 7 11 Alex MllcKAtiFQurtoottth fit 251 0 u tvferWMonrjJCf 3JM and Fourth f 11 95 1411 iloHs 902 Bromron 6 67 George VJMH6rc Third 1 Tennessee and Jones JO Cs Della Moore Wtfrtons addi tion C In W S Moore 012 North Eighth is 7 Co forgo O 5IOOJC Trimble fTeatir nnd Elevcnth li 93- 1olettJfcrSau I J KHgoro4 2 54 Morgan and lox ins and- stand r Jnrrett 24- MnryTMoil feorgo frtet 1 27 iW n turr4Ill jct2 Ciny St 9 91 Geors Musff helrB f Tonncsseo I street J vVfffS 1i4 551 A Mitchell aFth TtNIflh 7 82 M B 5I Aubry Fourteenth llurnett nod Flourjjoy 5 25 Joo alcapti0y1nth lIus IIH bandsnii4UJocktixobv 4 03 L 1K Ic0ab 1IJarJIpUUl l 12 17 Mrs Ilannnh McCJnre 714 I Ill JonlItr4ttIi 10 Vt1T McCluT C 20 lldutton Mcbiurp Nineteenth ptreot I V p 7 27 L r R 1E ilcCurtha twelfth Ohio and Tennessee 7 O 1 W McFall Meyers street 15 CHS W O SIcFndden Fountain avenuo II i- Mrss 0 Z 5lcFs dden Jefferson Sixth and Seventh 24 4 2 John 5lcFadden Elizabeth Sixth and Seventh r 51r Iris 5IcGeo West End 2 03t IL II Melrityro Wortcns ad dition CO 1 J W 5IoKInuey Second Clark and Washington 1429t Fannie 5tc5IHIen Seventh and Adams G 10 R C McMahon 621 North Flftechtli II jli 14 B MoNoal 5Ietzzor add I Uon d 3 04 George A McNenI Jones SUi IS 1 a T 511 Nanco 1M35 North Twelfth 7 D2 G W Newton Burnett nnd Flournoy 4 GS Nowman l Wortena addition 7 60 E T Newman Thirteenth nnd Madison street 13 20 T J Neril Madison Nineteenth and Twentieth 331 Ed Nelley Hays avenuo 40- Newklrk Fountain avenuo 81George W Olives hushing street 4 5 2 T B Owen Fourteenth and Faxon 3 04 W jr Pnrhnm Ninth and Norton 2 jr R E Parrteh Lnngstnff Ave 10- W t B Padgett Bridge St j 53 Mrs 51 A Patterson Jeffer son Eleventh and Twelfth 12 21 E Pearson 1311 Atkins avenue c OC Mlnnlo Pearson Trimble Six teenth nnd Seventeenth 17 27 Win Purdue Trlmbl Six teenth nnd seventeenth 3 iiStnve Perry Tennessee street f 17 Justus Pettor G15 EHxnbotb- strjpot G Cl WJllfe PhWUiw Cbamblln nddl 2- 42tllaii1 e DrT I Phillips ChamWIu addition 2 03 W A Phillips Third and Norton I S 04 51mI Jonnlo PhlHiiia Hnrnhaii 10 89 W A PhlMiMi ClmuiblTu nildl- tton 4 89 IL Pbln Outhrio avenue 9 SO lIetlo Pitman 1 II1 10 Jnckwn street 4 07 Plotw Campbell C 61 11 Pli korlon Harrihan addition 3 24 JutlPJnJrortoD Harrihan ad dltlon 8SW Pope Powell sicDttftlo Polk Eleventh and Flournoy 3 57- D 9 Porter UUJofc addition 1St P Powell 190 Bridge 10 21I D PresnoH OBrien addi tion 49 VV Ii Pruoo GillI Ohio 6 fil D Prjmr Guthrto 0a u- So II Pryor Boyd vnii- dTrimble fin 331 WbI Tirvor FUth Wb aid George s 1 01 R Prince Twaat4elhfond Jackson 12 22- Jtstte U Price SotMh Fftltrtii 9 38 W IL Quarte HI Qlerncnls street C 01 Jiro 51I Jusrtea Fotirihi or ton and George 7 01tt- AHred Quartes Qunrro4 ad dition 4 oS- t Rnbb Jones StreOt Sin Ray Wheeler addition 17 7i B Rngaii 1237 Trimble treat 14 51 W IK Raney Rorenlh street 111 IS W H Rahth US Jaakwin r 72 A Bedford 231 hays 4 aD- o R Radfofd Strand Ken tucky avenue and Woihlng too 40 70 Oscar Rebor Kontuikjr Ave 1 SI D Redden and wife Wheeler idditloa S 10 Ragltor Newspaper Co Im provomeM oa Broadway Fifth and 9ixth ES 99 F Ittynolds 5IcebnnIcs burg 3 01 Wm KMRrwar Twelfth Jones anti Tennessee 6 07 W S Richey 1020 Wonroo 10 74 P W Rloht Mills streets 4 0- 1JP Butler F nin nnrPark 5 57 Charles RlddV 1001 South Third street 7 bu TklrdI 19 81 7 CO nlilll 6 00 Wm Rose II nklortllo road 2 54 Mrs1 511 IL HOt 148 Monroe 7 71 Jcwaie Ross South Fourth 2 53 J 11 Roe Seventh and Harri son 10 28 J O Roach i8 AsJibrook 1 BSf Augusta Roberts SLBrldce X addition P Robert Fountain Park RIllII Wm Roark Broncon avenue 3 53 I P Hi Rogers Harrbon street C 00- II Runtilng Fourteenth Floun y and Ternill 3 08 Wm Rutlodge 421 Atlanta SU 3 20 John Ruby Seventeenth Clay nnd Trimble 9 04 W P Rrnld estate Tlilr te nth mid Hampton Avn 5 01 Carrie P Rudy Fountain Park 30 52 F E Rudolph aid others I1715 South Slxt1t5i7Minnie Russell Lincoln 5 91 Alex Uiisscil Smlthland Ave 7 115 G H RusscJl Thurman addi tl 7artF U ilan4rrfTenth Boyd and FlournoyS 05 SinderifrTcnjs0 street C 01 D Saiinders North Twelfth litrcct 10 18 91IIli SflndorsoniBlpomflold G 17 J 1 F Sayor jHa B avenuo 3 I1jMrrf 51 l c Rciiroder Gocbel I avon uo v JJJ 1 4 Mary Schrorcn tttV ShtkJJI 4 treot 10 1 j I M A Scott South Blglith St l0 1 3 F 6 Scott 150 Clement St G 6 7- w F Scott South Fourth St 7 2 Sue IL Slt North Thirteenth street 81 4 D W Sehulle Tenneewo street to I a B11 5 40- r Mrs Jt Sears Fifth Ellz abeith and Braid 3 S Sea Const Mining Co 5leyers street 144 4 8 J W Sellers 200 Clements street 60 1 Robert Sherrell North Eighth street 10 61 Shemwell and Wallace Clements street j 5 v1l T K Shelby Huibnnds St 5 5 7j Sarah Sharp Harrison SU 20 31 GUI O SlnRjotpn Sixth Monroe mid Madison 2 4 3 S It Sledge Fourth Norton and George 5 i0 Mrs J B Sltnkard 1831IBridge 2 03I Charles Stinkard 1831 Brldgo 3 6 3t Mrs J B Sleeth 438 South Sixth 110 01 Hiram Smedley Fourth Ton nosseo and Jones 17 1- E41 7 Smith George SIxth and Seventh 3 20 Edmond Smith South Sixth street 320 31r I Claystreet 7 15 J B Smith 1030 Jones St G 57 Ida May Smith Lincoln 5 72 Charles Smith Twentyfourth nnd Jackson street CM Joromo Smith Mayllojd road 5 57 Mfca V K Smith Harrihan addition SOS Mary B Snyder Monroe St IiaFrqnk Stevenson Aladlson St 3 97 G X StarrM 210 Ashbrook G 13 Henry Stead Eighth anti Jackson R 18 StognH and Potts Fifteenth Flournoy lint TortvII 231 Miles Stewart Mayfield road 4 5S Dr B T Stewart Madison Sixteenth nnd Seventeenth 413 Ixtwlx Stark Eighth and Bockmon streets 3 59 JIm Rtroud 7 3 South Firth street 010 R fC V Ll Sutherland traddition 3 o- Ionn 9 I Sutherland Jackson Dtnvmth ami TWoIfih If 29 c W Suthortand Kruger St 4 30 Mm 51 H Subor 912 Toa neseee lInt 10 17 David Tatum Thurman add aqu 3 04 Young Taylor 421 Ohio St 1C 90 1P V Taylor back of KMgore 1 91 J C Taylor MayHeld road 9aJohn IB TerroU Jofformn Fourth and HUh 1 t7 9f ml Illrr faml Co S coad sad TenBoaroe S 14 I II Tarllttd Monr e Six tiroMa wad Sevonteonth 4 07- the KMtaeky Realty Co IS haw ear old Pale Grounds 22 22 B H net Grace Thomas Ilkr- rlhna 2 Ii 3 0 Mi Thorn HlnklovJMa road S 63 J S lliomas West Hnd 2 3 S B Thames hobs HarrkonS- LxtoonMjt and Seventeenth 4 07- SaMio TaomiMon Fourth and Jackson 407 1 W Thompson Ilradshnw addition 2 14 lire1 JtiHa Thompson Ken tuck avenue 42 73 John C Thompson 77 J3oc street 7 CO- l A Torronea Jefferso- aTweMflret and Twomy B cond r 1 II JI W Troutman 706 Sottth- TW 1l 51 7- 6iefeI TroutntaiT Artibrook 1 14 Jr 51 Tutkor Harrison Tenth and Eleventh 4 5S IChnrlS Vandcrout Jackson street 13 71 loan Van CuHn Bloomfleld avenue 12 JS Mrs Annie Vlak 107 Athornft 4 07 Jt M Vltkory Outhrle avenue C 00 Jiarenco Vogt Ninth and Bockmon street 4 47 Tony Yost Ninth Husbands and Bockmon C Cl John VogU Ninth and nock mon 3 04 Miss May VoRt 1217 South Tenth 4 07 loste Voet Fifth and Norton and Husbands 01t- l c 1 Warran for children Broadway Twentysecond nnd Twentythird 18 2k- H C Warren R Town 49 Adla Wagncd 4 07 J T Watbert hrirs 527 Trlmblu 8 C3 7 S Wariliburn 1031 North Twelfth Ifl 08- nr B A Wathburn 1923 Mndlmn 10 24 1GII 0 Ci SocllII 1 87 G Cl JI S Walker 2126 Yolsor avenue 3 53 iV E 1nikor Twelfth Bur nott and Flournoy Ii lIa- IIL II Walker 144 Clements street 5 35 M A WatkIns 1520 South Fifth street 4 68 Thou Warren one acre land near Terrells 1 04 Watts Hors Kentucky Avo 12 21 r IP Watts Broad Fourth and Fifth r G 11 J n Wftllace Mill street 2 3J VUlQ Wallace Ninth and Madison street 12 21 B C Wallace Third nod 1il1MM3II fllIOII 321IL1 1 IIIrwLp Wcathcrlngton Terrell 8II R addition 181 Ed Weathertngton Fountain Park I4 vVUaco t Twontjfourth on4 TWeritr- fl h 1 08 Henry Welmor Glcnwood ad tltlonof 1 99 Fred West NIneteenth and Harrhwtt VJ 353E W VhIttomoro 2T04 Broadway i79t1 rWheelerflreet tI 90 fR White Thurman addltilon 2 54 OSnlll ae + Jones streets c Of fir t 1C White North Tenth St 7 CO Jt White nnd wife 129i 4 ClemenU street 8 C5 Miss Annlo Wilte Monroe St 4 07 L P WJtiljers Jarrctt St 304 Georso 1lso Jefferson THil- rtconth nnd Fourteenth 8 14 VJinneham 2 53 J W Wicks Fourth Madison and Itarrlsonr 7 C4 ii- luko Williams Jones street 12 21 Walter M Williams Eighth and Bockmoa streets 250 A Williams Harrison Fifth 1 and Sixth 5 57 MrsI n Wilson estate Wa nor Sixth and Bovonth 3 08 Eto Wilsort OBrien addi t 1 94 C B Williamson 614 North of t Firthr 1011 fr W U Wilkerson Ashbrook I u 4 03 Mara G Wilson Clements street 8 9C D a Wilcox Monroe Six teenth and Seventeenth 3 08 R n tJlmr Sixth Boyd and SJurscH r 2 08 J J Wllfclna and wife 1COO Jones street 11 44ii lBrnort WJlklnn Fourteenth r llurnott and 1Flournoy 3 08 T J Wilkins 421 Allh brook r 3 97 Mrr In wm tn mil K Town 49 WUHahis Wortena addition 336 Ed Woods Murray 562- J T Wootea 1115 North Thirteenth 1195 J 51r Wnrton Wortcna nddl- on II C8 4- lxtila Wurlntan Anhbrook 8 10 W IP Wj ntt Brown street 3 37 J IU Ynnor 1220 North Thirteenth 1C CS- U V Yarbro South Fourth street 3 53 Mrs iJtatlo Yates EMzabeth- Mreet 253 C IP Yaton Hays avenue nIi 79 51 F Young Bradriinws ad dlttotv t 2 54 J M Young Fountain Park 3 5l A 511 Young Fountain Pork 3 S3 J N York Twcntyilret sad Adams 265 4A1 l lion 21 52 I COIAItTDlDora AlexanderI street Dave Vlcxaudor Ninth stroetaKi 5 57 Gcqrgn Armstrong Sixteenth r 4 58 a Bacon Sowoll addition 3 04 J lames Baldwin Flournoy St 203 Mar BaWowe 1430 South Twrth streett 16Wm Harbor 910 Bookmon- atratjt I 3 SC- S D Baynham 2 51 Charles Dnjnhnm 1209 South KlRbth rtrcot 2 54 Sam Barnham 1909 South B tthth tweet 5 C- Sa J Buynham 141lang Staff 3 53- Harriott Bench lnth Harris sad Lloyd 407 Tom lieU 411 Elizabeth SU 5 79 John Melt Ninth Norton and CaldwwM 468 Blanche Bennett North Tenth jstreet 5 33 W T Blanks Burnett Sixth and Seventh 14 vf it Edgar HOWelL Ninth strut 3 04 311f flowers North Twelfth street 5 67 Lawrence UovJlnp Woodward 4 91 lien Lloyd Terrell street l 97 I aura Brown Tenth street 1 54 W U Brown 720 South Seventh 7 CO Leonard Brown 915 North Ninth CCl- MarKaretto Brown Blghth St 15 57 JO W Brown Twelfth St fGlJ II Bronson Cleveland Aw s G3 Wm Bradley N4nth street 3 9i Luella UrlBRd heirs 030 Terrell 4 07 a e Thos BrlgB Gil South 11 Eighth j 7 CO 1Kitty Urowna Hobs 619 South Seventh 511 Francis Buckner 1032 Ken lucky nvonuo 5 01 J W A Buford Terrell street 353 Tomple Cnruthers 1293 South Eighth 308 Cnrmona Heirs Washington Tenth nnd Eleventh 3 08 Mrs IF Campbell South Sev- ojith street 367tGeorge Chlldrcss 1309 Math soil street 7GO Wm Chlldress 1321 North Seventh 6 OS J W Clark 72C North Tenth 7 CO 1Elijah Clark Aahbrook Ac1 81 v MahaUa Clopton 720 Clark f street 5 99 I Jane Copoland Tents Hus bands and George 203 44- Wm Crowell 1405 Clay St 7 2z huclnda Daniels 1120 Harrl son street C W Leah Daniels estate 1S13 North Thirteenth 3 OS Hal Daniels 718 HarrUon St 7 99 ClnrkIt 131G W Dawsson Madison lit 5 57 Henry DoBae H38 South Tenth 7 CO- n 1 Robert WBS8 Cleveland nu 1 IIFranklo Dixon ieatackyY v I Continued on Pago EloveaM II II I1LJL i- T I m ttIi15Di CJonEn sa t THE PADUdAH EVENING Stiff r Ayf t r jlTHEN you buy l- iJIIIItVVa HOWARDt sQrnci1 I thingoJ IYouget the finest practical watch In the world standing the heat cold vibration change of position of daily use You ttt the watch that hn been the torn finion of mote ftomicral Amcricioi thin any other You ttt the only American watch certified lJr the Inltrnitlooil Obitrvitory it Geneva You crt the onlywatch that It v rcut in rrke rnolrd pike ticket lltheat tbele- cUryfrom f bliss 10 15000 IIIIYe art rfiitritratori for this dlilioctU WIICh i t tJL4 WolfJewel- erDelinquentf Tax List ntiuuedfrom Page Ten avcnuo 32 00I Win Dooley 1005 North Seventh 5 8 Anderson Donaldson North Seventh street G 00 George Drewry North Seventh Mitrcct 7 11 Alex Drowsy 715 South Slxtlt 10 13 Henry Dunlai SIC North Seventh I Sii It If Dunlap Sixth TenncsB- CO and Ohio 7 GO I Henry Udwarda Third St 3 01 1nnnle ElMott 1313 South Fifth street 2 03 Anderson Ellis near II R depot 3 04 John Kndcre Flournoy Sixth v and Seventh 3 G3 Norllcct Flnky Howlaudtawn G 1 2 Catherine Fletcher IMunkct Hill 2 03 Klla Ford 901 Broad 3 08- IKUtatiI Fowler 803 Washing ton street 10 17 HUM Puqua SIC North Tenth 0 1J Clarissa Green Seventh und Burnett 1 51 i tt1Ioswoll Green 4 07 4Thos Glass 1770 South Sixth 0 10 Joo Gordon Caldwell 8t 4 3C- Ilodar Greece 1521 Husband St C 10 C H and 1L Ito Griffith Eighth and 1Urtontreetl 04 lKato Greet near Comers 1 99 Gregory and Hester Caldwell street 2 47 Family Gray Eighth and Uurnett 308 Paulino Grubbs 713 South Fifth C 11 James Grubbs care I 00-F Seventh and Adams 4G 81 Richard Harrin Eleventh anti Flournoy 3 C3- Ilarritson Husband Tenth and Hlocntit C 57 Win Hnya 8 12 Husbands St 4 CO I Oharles lIard olJ Ninth st 458 George Hathaway Tenth St 1 91 IJM 1- H t j Bicycles Motor Cycles Gasoline Engines Pumps Corn Shellers Corn Grinders 4PV MSaw Outfits I IA SuppliesRepairing a l specialty 4Scud us your iinino anti mldrcfH nud wo will help you save money SE MITCpELL 1 1 1 3Z6 328 s Third St Faiic fcJy or I 1 KILL THE COUCH ANI CURE THE LUNCft wmDr Kings- NewDiscovery 1 k c FOR C8 Z ZtaiyiFna ANI ALLTHROAT neD III UD lUfCnINKHHII I m I tI tt- i Cora Harris Jones Tenth and I seventh 7 IB- Famiio Henderson Seventh and Terrell etro t I Ed Hlgglns 109 Woodward 4 0 Sam Hobba Faxons addition 3 0 Hollls estate Burnett 3 0 Mrs IL Vi llallowell 1210 North Fourteenth 2 53 0 J and A E Howell Jack son Eighth and Ninth 12 72 Henry Howell estate Dlglvth and Terrell 1 04 Jeff Jacobs Woodward Ave 2 00 Ralph Jcrnogaw 919 Burnett 4 SO Monroo Jenkins Broad alloy 3 G3 Lawrence Jenkins 42G South I Sixth street 3 5 3 Mrs Florence Jenkins 1714 Broad alley 2 1C 1 Henrietta Johnson Eighth Husbands and Bockmon 4 Q7 Louis Jones Eighth Ohio and Tennessee G 39 Wm Jordon Eleventh and Husbands streets 79- Silas Kovtt 4 IB South Seventh street 18 22i Joo Koollng 1235 North Twelfth 7 2i- Alico Kirk South Tenth St 3 OS JobnlKirk Leake Ninth and Tenth 2 Ii 4 Wm Knight Eleventh Boyd and Terrell 3 0 T A Lawrence Uowlandtown 4 03 Frances Llndscy 1718 Broad alley 2 03I Dan Ligon 1416 Adkins Ave 4 80I MatUo E Lott 702 South Sixth 9 18 W H Lott 708 South Seventh street 403I Dennis Loving 1309 South Tenth 7 88 Charles Loving 1237 South Tenth 7 11L Gcorgo Loving Broad Sev enth and Eighth 3 04I John 11 a this Bowman addition 4 07- Maltswi 1 Mathls C02 Terrell street 3 OSI Margarotto tManwlon 1310 Madison street G 110 Masonic Stock Co Seventh and Adams 14t 2 4I John Marsh Tenth and Boyd 9 01I John Matlris Jackson St 5 57- Paulino r Oleycrs C 1 bI Mechnnicsburg Temple 49 Mrs C W Mcrrlweather Jones Eighth and Ninth 2 J 3I John Minor South Eighth St 4 58I Manda Milter 1136 North Sixth 3 08I Barttctt Moore Trimble St 2 03I O A Morgan Elizabeth Sixth and Seventh 3 53I John Mosley heirs Tlth ana Boys 10 17r Std ICOluehllrs Washing ton Tenth anti Eleventh 7 15i George McGee Caldwell St S 10I George McGIlt Eleventh FJournoy and Terrell GOG Wm McKnlght Burnett St 3 03I Jontti McKnlght 9 1C Sanders avenue rvav t 331L Sam Ncal Tenth and Cleve land 5 57- Itndoro r Nichols 1127 Jones street 50y Annie Vord Broad alley 2 03I MIl U Owen 1005 Cleveland 2 03I John Orr Eleventh Burnett and Flournoy 5 0 i Overton and Heed George Sixth and Seventh 4 0V Emma Owen 912 Kentucky avouuo G38I Frank Owen Sr 923 Wash ington street 8 81l Nelson Owen 921 Washington street 9 G 1I JL Palmer 1507 Clay St G OG Warren l arkc r RowJandtowrt 2 40 S Pascal back of Conners 2 54 Jennfo Payne 727 North 1 Ninth 1218I Marton Perry North Twelfth street 4 03I Owen Phillips 526 South Seventh G 0 Bd Price 1317 South Ninth 4 03 Ned Pulletf Tenth Tennessee and Jones 2 04 Abc Iullen 67S South Fifth 7+ fJ Win Reed Tenth street 4 03 IEd Reynolds Atkins Ave 2 03 Will and Dave Reynolds Twelfth street 751 Henry Reeves Elgtith Hus bands and Bockmon 5 57 Eliza need Eighth street 32 50 Jerry Reed 821 South Twelfth 0 57 George Richardson South Ninth street 2 54 Armsteal Richards North Seventh 501 W A Rtdgewny 823 South Twelfth 4 03 C O Rowlctt 1101 North Tenth G 5G C W Robertson Jones St C 18 IKato Roberts Washington St 3 OS Martha Robertson 1024 South Fifth G 11 Margarotto Sowell Rowland town G 61 Mantsrva Simpson Mill St 1 51 James Sprlggs 1226 South Eighth 3 81 O W Skolton 817 South Fifth street 5 24 MIrah Smith 811 Husbands street 4 56 James 8m alloy near Mrs Biers 2 51 Charles Small South Tenth 7 111 W M Stringer Yoltcr Ave 3 86 Belle Steel 1111 North Elov i enth street 4 07 Star Club Eighth Norton and Caldwell r 3 53 onth and Eighth Ii 011 1 Page Tandy Clay street 5 57 S Talley 824 North Tenth 7 GO Harris Thomas Tweltfth and Washington t 7co Mrss S O Thomas I 7 13 Thompson trope Tenth liar 1 rJe and Boydj 203 Janteq Turner 415 Jack I non street C X3 Wm Turner TlblrUoutb Ten le ee98tfg i tjj VS G 8n II DR JAMES HEADACHE POWDERS I CUREI The only pure and wholesome remedy hosiJacho i 0IC- I For sale and guaranteed by W B McPherson Charles Tucker 1040 South Fifth 5 57 United Bros of Friendship 11IGeorge Watts lUG Jones G 01 A Watts 1129 North Four Itccth street 7 tiO Monroei 5 57 Mancurva Wallace Mills St 2 31 Jerdow Walker 1212 North Eighth 7 GD 1i3I1318 Ninth 4 03 4J W Webb South Tenth St 5 57 Alfred Webb 1235 South Eighth street 458 Bartlett White 808 Caldwell Islreet 5 07 James White Ninth and Washington streets GO 1 VIck White Broad nlley 3 5 i 7 Stark WWt Broad nlloy 2 2 Sarah White C20 South Ninth street C 01l Harry Williams Tenth and Leako 2 15- Dlnlr i William G21 Terrell St 318I Tom Williams 1220 South Tenth 100 IIn1cy Wllllama Cleveland 49 O L WHon nowlamltown 1 99 I ThirteenthI S 14I Scott Woolford South Thir teenth street 7 CO Julia Wright 1511 Clay St 2 u 3I Tlio nbovo delinquent tax bills due the City of Induciili wl1 Illm offeredI fur wile by the city treasurer on Monday November Slid 1DOK nt 10 oclock n III utikKH lurid before thatt time to the city treasurer nt Ills office In the city hall Respectfully uKx JUUKIAXI Auditor IYOUM t wiii KIDXAPHD TWICII CiliziilI lly 1 KxitcritMim Hlit Hide Imin till Friends Seeking Her HUlltln lon N Y Oct 2Artelspending a night or terror hiding 4n a barn from friends who were scarab lug the woods for tier Mm Abblo Mecrlongola who was twice kidnaped by two men and kept a prisoner in lIsterIhometo frightened and dazed by her ex perience that she could tell no connected story Sirs Mccrlongola Is 17 years old tho daughter of a w ell lo do tanner and thv wife of a contractor was first dragged from her 7home on October 10 A nelghboi saw her being led to the woods be tween two armed men Three days later the staggered Into her fathcrt home and said that she could remember little except that she had been kept a prisoner in a swamp J y two men Again last Saturday tho kidnapers dragged the young wife away Yes the11custodI battle but were overcome The girl fled Into the swamp naturalGdigestive jukes and it digests all classes of food and every kind 01I food so you see it will do tho workII that tho stomach Itselfjlocs Sold byI all druggists I Peiikloni for WldowB In II It stating that the tntlnI of Queensland In 1879 began a sys tem of subsidizing widows In the care of their thlldren Consular Agent Asbury Caldwell of Brisbane writes of Its further development The Idea has steadily grown and It has been found wiser for the etate to pension tho mother for the care of leer children than to condemn her to such employment which would cause her to neglect the children The follow- Ing new wale of weekly allowances was authorized bj tho recent Parlia anent to take effect May 1 1908 For one child U22i two children 1110 each three children 97 cents each Tour children 91 cents each more than tour children a maximum of 438 Consular Reports Do not let any one tell you that I something eke Iis just as good as De I Witts Kidney and Bladder Villa because there isnt anything just as good Sold by all druggists More Like Her Needed The cruiser Baltimore now arrived tat the venerable ago of 20 earl IK to bo conycrted Into a transport ship for marines Meantime the fanioui J little Dolphin four years older aCtlrjj being condemnedrorJ structural weakness bythe ver ad ministration whlchbullt the Baltimore Is plough lIng tho waters of the Atlantis With the admiral of tjie navy abo raae stanch and seaworthy aveeel as theta Ji afloat anJ with a record of costing less than almost any ether vessel on tho whole navy list Jt might bV well for cqn rcss la enactt that all vessels built for cur navy shall be apstructed with the Mme structural weaknwi1 that waii charged Against Jofen Ro4ir Aoll nNei vork TribudleI h IN TWELVE YEARS lOF PROSPERITY r Mutt Tlmn20000OUl People llnvoilscciSlaving s r t frKMIIIUM mill yiniiP JSanwm Own Stock iijtaUrimiJgniidt Indus triiil t poriionitlons J- c Ir15CItiSISDI DEPOSITS I New York oct 22 Xo more striking illuBtratlbnyoC the tremen dous prosiKwity lfhfs country In tho last twelve ywrilcatr be found Ulan In the stdtememi bfa promtnea- banker today thatifUio number of Amarjcan tookuolder8 In American railroads Industllalond other corn panics had prnctlcallyttroblod since the beglnningifof lYesident tMcKIn leys administration lie pointed out that whercns the stock prtrvlously had been held by forelguors or by wealthy cupltalists hero It hj1 bJ- imongcomo distributed isldely Americans wliohadjn few hundred or a few thousand toe luve t in glltj edged securities that wage earue I 7or the east and farmers of the west lend put therr vavlngit in stock that was sure of paying anywhere from five to Bight per cent Interest yearly banner uid WdgeIOiirniT Though at the clok of President Cle elands administration extremely wealthy jxireons and a few banksI I alone held shares of stock and bondsI In the great American enterprises till number of shareholders today IsI 2 iiMiooi and those 2ooOOO rep reF uI the eavlngs of 2000 000 Anitricans Tho member of Ameri cans holding stook has Increased grt tty In tiio last year The monegypanics which lilt the very rdi r2t of all and compelled them to tell out ithjjr securities a low plicerto getmoney gave the wageearner ftirh hooey in tho bank rthe n of small income who lbec5mfrslng hIs nest egg an opportunity to buy thos- atoo4t at A rldlcutouly low price Ior txamirto a year ago Union Pa cine tack was celling nt JC8 a hare today it to worth J1G7 Heading which today fs worth In tho neighborhood d 1130 coukUb bought after tho panic for GG a share Unjte- Statesi Steel common which te bring ing t5 a hare bow sold then for J2G Consequently If the small In vestor withes to dlepope of his hold- Ings he can C tip ajjUge prollt o- If he Wishes to hSlilthoso stocks he IIi i proSldentlThOSt I ht4c0 in the event of a election because there Is RellubllclnII ance that with Ws election try willl enter upon an greater prosperity that the earningsII of the companies in which man has trot his savings will be greater and consequently win pay n still larger dividend It may seem astounding that s many million Amerl persona ore Interested 4n the earnings of tho railroad and Industrial companies o the a hasty glance a tho I colbnt is convincing For billion dollars a railroad securities are owned by banks and Insurance companies Every lyaak dup osltor received in teres IndlrecUy from the railroads Trio banks of the country have 13 000 OCW accounts The savings banks have invested GAM0 0000 In rallroad ecurllles for lliqjr 8500000 depositors Life Iflsijrance com pairfeb with their 25000000 iwllcy holders leave millions of dollars In HENRY MAAMEN JR KXMOTKD TO TKOOt UOt- KKATUOKT Mk BlBdlas lU k Wftrk Ls call IJbnry Work a nwrfalty DR KING BROOKS KNTIST 1iiUiPIATES Room 7 Truchcart Betiding op stairs Next to Catholic bur Nevt phono 1303 OOlce hoary 0510 a jn lo 530 P m Residence old phone IS RUBBER STAMPS Made to Order Mail orders gives prompt attou tiou Seals NuuibcriDB Ill aehtuts Iatcrs on- oo71 f o s ARL- s 4a d cFR y ia HSiSVlliJriStK4 ir Inln pl v V I I A STItVTLIXa STAT BMKNT 1 t r XiAv York Medical AuIlioHtlcs mint i lysi Csla Cnusod Constiiiipt lUll Tho post mortem statistics of tho bg New York hospitals chow that some cases of consumption tire due to 1unclieckeddyBpopsla especially when UK victim was predisposed to tuber culosis Dyspepsia wears out the body mid- brain the weakened Irritable stom ach Is unable to digest food the body does notlrpcolve the required nourish ment constipation ensues and tho victim becomes thin weak and hag gard As a result tho body becomes a fertile field for the germs of disease to lodge and nourish Therefore the person who permits dyspepsia to progress unhindered Js guilty of contributing toward the dej velopment of one of the most Insidi ous and fatal diseases known to man kind Dyspepsia is curable If properly treated W B McPherson tolls a guarautttee will cure Indigestion or dytpep ria or they will pay for all the medl cine used during the trial This rem edy laan absolutely new medical dis cowry and has been named llcxall DjsiKJpsIa Tablets Certainly no of fer could be more fair and the otter of W D McPherson Is proof positive that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependable and Infallible remedy In as much as the medicine will cost you nothing It it does not benefit you we urge you who are suffering with In digestion or dyspepsia to try this remedy A twentyfive cent box ol Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets contains enough medicine for fifteen days treatment Remember Rexall Dys 1pepsia Tablets are only sold in Padu cah by W B McPherson vested in railroad and industrial se curltles Accordingly it Is a censor vative estimate to say that 20000 000 persons havo invested their money in American securities Increase III Deposits Not only have the number of dl rect holders of stock Increased In the last twelve years but the amount of money deposited In savings banks for instance has increased tram tot3690000000 In 1907 and that the depositors In that tlmo were doubled The vast wealth whioh the farmers yearly had been obtaining from thoi farms the millions or dollars dug from the earth every year and the profits from the turning out of manu factored nrtlclca and selling than abroad have Increased tho wealth ul the capitalist wagcearnoY and the andextent that all had money to put t4 savings banks or to invest in secnrl ties promising a fair rate oflnterotrt When the picnic struck tho rich non In Wall street there was no sArlimgerIbanks and although many depositor wanted heir money they had In view tho purchase of stocks at rldl culously low prices The wealthy who lead extended his credit loblged all bounds was hit and was to still his securities to meet thelwonthat Is shown by statistics or the number of stockholders In big rail road companies and industrial COD cenw before and after the panic The number of stockholdcrsin the United Steel Corporation Increased from S3 arefthettoto90l0 of tho Boll Telephone com pany from 20000 to 24KM of time New York Central front HOOO tc 22100 and of tam American SUgar comiwny from HOOO to 2000 Time Interest or limo small Investor in the imrchaso or stocks was sljown by the orders which brokers received for what before tho panic was contempt tioutly termed odd lotss Once Itorrutvcr Now 1ander The way lp which the farmer mid the wageearner of tho west Is buying stock Vor investment purposes said a banker today IIs clearly shown by The IiKrcase of brokerage houses in the west These houses do a conservative business amid all last winter they received orders from farmers who realfzed they could get a larger rate of Interest on their money by buying stocks jbpd bonds at low prices than by leaving It In the banks That fact also proves the prosi ertjy of the former and the people livljyglrrI 1 rartfxor Uie westf l1 renicni bur dlio sevcnYScars ago when a tarn tultowiebethto borrow mosey haul luail Ight per centayear InteresrU fNw there farmers have money to J MtViind nil rato of Interest on morhaw dtroj p tlt four and Ore PebJrIIL You take Kodol just rot ft little vyhIhe when yoirhavo slight attacks of1 v digestion and you take U lust a lit tie longer In order tq get relief frow severo attacks pf Ipdjgts4IooalacJ Cery ous Dyspepsia r Try Iiilohtoiay Sold braU rgtsta rat Ip yoecb c4 IU4il kwli0r everythingt3t Itt 1 iidtJAi n t41y- etonsUncgGw f1 tCertalabrpilaut t tltlahl ivr+ glluwpo i I a careful mu ll- 1k teell IoeiBt Jrt4alxftl bgllle o- 1Vas41alt Oct Ij DewtityCtte4seled yhulk r Basel- 4fjaise ls1keI beetsave1 1hlks Bs- H you tDew s sold 1y all druggists t Arent y MI a bt too far orderhilr apv15iehhes whir tJr ktwthMP elseihd9ljp 4tn i JlII11 1trfI t Zep8 kpowUrtutlI- I plaI r aiw0i All Our Electrical WorK Done Under Supervision of City Electrical InspectorA- nd Is Guaranteed to be the 5e5tItWEST KENTUCKY ELECTRIC COt 127 12 Broidwaj J G Fisher Mgr New PkNt15S1 YIIIIIC 1 City Transfer Co C L Van Meter Manager- All Kinds of Hauling tSecondI r and Washington Streets II- Warehouse for Storage Both PhonciI499 f uKy r I I11nlJH OK Till Allt WiirkrrM On high Buildings llrnvu- Ilmitlilcss KlskK As you watch them at work on the girders clinging to massive steel cor verb penciled on the tops of columns or leaning out over the street far bellow It Is not the recklessness but the I cool steady nerve that you notice I I most Under all the apparent uncon cern you can feel the endless strain lit shows In the looks of their eyes lhbquickcatlike movements Endlessly acing death theyare quiet and cool by long training Up on the Metropolitan Life some 23 tiers above the street an enormous circle of stone was being built in as a frame for the clock A dozen men wore tit work on the seal fold that hung outside and projecting from overhead was the boom ot the derrick that hoisted the massiveI cableIcaughtanti thelcnglnethe derrick Al this In an Intant but In that Instant somebody saw I what was going to happen With a quick warning cry he made a leap from the planks to the solid steelI beams of the bullling There was a I trending and tearing above and Just fctrthewith It th3 scaffold and part of the stone One empty breathless moment thou a roar from far below and a cloud oKray dust came sowly drifting upward to the group of tiny men still clinging to the girders For a moment longer nobody moved Then some one broke the spoil with a husky laugh another save an ex rplosive halloo and the gang seth about repairing the damage Ernest Poole In the NovemberI Everybodys Come now Pat said a Cockney tourist to an Irish peasant whorl ho had encountered In Ctyuncmarn Ill give you a sovereign if you tell n bigger lie than you evor tod beforoii Faith sir youro a real gentleman IM responded and time coil pany unanimously declared tine sov erolgn earned Philadelphia Ins qulrerSome family skeletons are too largot y for cloeot ornamentstTHISTLES AND DANDRUFF An liiteiTslliin IParallelI rued n Vnlit l- Y able Deduction Tlierofniiu Cutting down thistles no more re f lieves the land of thistles than does i scouring the scalp cure dandruff lie1 each irase permanent relief can only comeffrom eradicating permanently the cause A germ that plows up the tcap In searching for the hair root where it saps j the vitality causes dandruff falllrg jhalr and baldness If you kin that germ youll have no dandruff but a luxuriant suit of hair Ncwbros Hetrplcldc Is the only hair reparation in the world that cures dandruff and falllpg hale by killing the germ Destroy the cause your remove the effect Sod by leading druggists Send loc In stamps for sample to TIlt Herplcldo Co Detroit Mich Two sizes 50c and J 100 IU W Walkrr Co special agents YOU NKKDVT MIM Till STORM even if you have calls to make or shopping that must be done Call up this livery stable anJ order carrlago to help you fulfill your duty Thou you can call or chop as long as you want to In boUT comfort and You come back untlred and with drtshoes and skirts Welt worth oneY4 Jir moderato charges for the carrb8vr k4 Isnt 17 r9 A ve THE TULLY LlVfRYr I CO- 4th it UahckyItt T ft I II d t 1II The salaries paid by Uncle Sam to Civil tUNCLEvlco employes equal and exceed those DIY gym ally branch of private commercial life rk rrrpo SAM t Otlearnuserposition by qualifying at homo to pass llJ li PAYSCivil Service Examination write today for mil civil Service Booka ftifVELLINT RATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE W MoIJJ SCRANTON PA yifgof in = fAIIi Til If ACClSSSOrtl US Olf A C ILK1In fi scum sets vertu Iollet atrio a creams 1 lotion a d powder are bete in all tile exquls teeiegact a dhlgiit v grade conc cfonL5 dear torlhefemrh- nlne heart Aa 11 4i tto nltttror V trraItotiour = 1tldleusI1 t sir p S H STEAL lrii iWJ ilkwuiNy fo tt it k7 e75f s J J v 8bo Vf WirFV Pastest L ltady P Pryeat 1 r jMeat OaeLIer ANkiastcaeMerv GIIfflSSMIN A J BjNI r t rsersiMd i j- J1 1r nndBroKdwyt i t City lt isHtry Stalet lijMiiittry r JtA11 = e v tft8 I S1 rtatphaa 1pl S al I499B9 8loekholdnr r1l 1Ori I r 104tH s tr Yj 1fi1 1n T U1 ecarkjr to rfrIoI 1 4 Aecdaa4o of joie basi9 geprv seH 4fed W nealj as well siIaree5 laeeeiAib idl tfMMM t if 1k4 1 1IINTER EStSfe ID O TIME IPQ9 11lf f t 4- MA t IIaRTS ll 770 n ft T lt wits PADUOAfi EVENING SEN xIIUHf D1a OOTOBHH 2e 4 j IIs of to to almost against In this country 1 1 PADUCAN KY 1 i For Friday and Saturday Have Arrangee a Sale of Exceptional Valuesthe Entire Stock Is Brim Full of These Exceptional Bargains 1 Coat Suits TailoredSkirtsMade Dresses Etc u Values to those we have offered in years are the chief cause for the remarkable directedrto the following bargains The unusual of readytowear goods and y S ii Tailored Suits Coats and Jackets make Jrieimost reasonably priced lines shownr a Womens Novelty Coat Suits suitable dress or more jjraoqf tide uses suits that have grace of lines effcctivenes6of trimming and tailoring the pest that can produced exclusive toandWomens Empire towns the hipless effect in light colors of Bicssaliacirool suiting and P07 Eft to 50ii voiles beautiful modelsl I iuU tailored imported distinctive also 00IIIwith guaranteed skirts Remarkable Cloth Coals colors comprehensive 00nus rl Childrens Cloaks Ladies Shirt j i At Half Price and LessA OF LACE CURTAINS MoneySaving Psiji That Will Save You From 2Twospecial Shirt Waists Friday Friday w about childrenSatiit any Ilot coulnins white coloredI IIft lduod LaceJcloaks arcI l waists other RoodI taaterlaht I 1 Five or l I IincludingI lthenea in from G to 12 There are reo Curtains containing 1 10 each slightly soiled other tailoivd with sleeve Lot No2here in many cases than eplondidthemilkII than regularI price Lots containing over tI willvaluesI N p8c to 398bebroken will be 98c and 1501 JoO to 12 Shirt waist EC lion first nor U SHE DAYLIGHT STORE Specialshowing the Warners Directoire Corset t Jf1 300J1special demonstration Melt 4 4 1 RUNNING THE GANTLET OF HIS WORDS J 1GvJ an Jennings Bryan who asks Ilaboring man to for him while in congress to thatpeaY ROBBERSdndi CampbelliMevlmnlcitl mechanical bolting machine a InetaTed At a number race timeibookies try and save the 1tracing sport due the Taco tram ganitollug th6Septtlmber We Womens superior character our for artistic 1 expresses luster values reinarVnbleOZ place values crueado I chanics In aa Illustrated A Straight I horse4 to win can bo partlcuar A wan standing alongside takes money gives you a the number of the boriCB on It pulls a little ands bet it tallied on the machine l how you an OXo 0 elusive bet you get nil the money InI the machine bet on other horses moms the C per which tin rtc tug commission deducts as Its If others bet on the tho money Is divided according tt- the to amounts of tile bet rue lOc a Work Remarkable effects in Voile Skirts those of the mod i Dircotoiro and original creation in i styles the practical scrvicablo skirt that Iii cut on Q I High grade skirts aw tilted Taffeta drop values in for woinun and children in black and all wanted length styles fabrics the most showing at moderato prices we have t I f SALE At lots of for and on sale 50 Cloaks for I Each I 1 Thesa are not this 1f madras and six different style years to pair some styles directoire niarkublo and less less three pair for i less have to sold lots 1 Worth dollars of new s 250 and oj suns Millers Pin this week rr 1 I Uam the vote llouknuikcrx Tho iHIng and annihilation universal ut Popular Me bo I sign artlclcI mathlire your card with lever I your Iflyour wins cud have cent shore have same horeo winning Evening SUD 1 BRADI YDOS1 lied and more 5 and over had and size some in said from I LAP FOB K11COKI OF DI1MOCUATK CAN IMDATi roil GOVKHNOK Atlnrk IIlimiicliil llurkrr i vcriwr- Doinicti In Start Whirling Cnm l alga In Clilcugo Chicago OctIn a pamphlet I Issued last night tho opubMcan state roinmlttot attacks tho tabor record of Adlal K Stevenson III president of the 3IcI can County Coal company and charges that Francis IVabody and other coat operators are working for Slovenian for governor In the hope of heading off tho passage oft laws demanded by tho coal miner- The booklet which bears the till Adlal B Stevenson the Lifelong FOP of Organized labor says In part Francis PoaboJJy Ihe head of the iPeabody Coal cohipati with mine Inn several counties of the state IIs Stevenson financial backer and earn ijpalgn manager having been rhoen wlihjWhlCh coal operators from fuels legislation as coal minors demand IleolJc jlcobojy has no uw as a coal operator for Governor Deneen Ills objection o the present governor IIs bused not alone on tho mining legislation which time governor approved but he recol ilccta time activity of Deneen who I while prosecuting attorney of Cook county In the Interest of consuming public had many coat companies In dicted for conspiring unreasonably to Increase tho price of coal All the Indicted coal companion Nudes guilty paid a fine of GOo each and many of their officials Republicans las well as Democrats have since dr jvotcJ their sparo Limo In dpnouurlug Deneen Mr Peabody who to Stay Jensens representative In this con test has recently made the dnlara Itlot that air a coal operator whenever It suits his purpose to do ro he pro poses to destroy tho organization of tho Mine Workers In this state When corporation managers like Roger Sullivan of Ogden Gas fame who was chief1 responsible for fitev jjtneonB nomination and presidents of Sole Agents of 339J d 0 I lAWLEYSII Livery and Board i ing Stable j Our prices are moder ate in comparison with serVice ATe 419l Jefferson Phases 1IHI I coal corporation ko Peabody are lbooming Steven in it u apparont lint they under nd what their tuna successful winI do Thy are III In the lief of their Interest the coal miner anJ other workingmen of Illinois do Ukewli and vote for Deacon wdo IU usdor no financial or poUtkcl obligation to guy corporation or set of corpora pu managers Suiiiiiuirlc CotiriHirN Work The pamphlet then uminarttog the labor legislation inacted during tho Doneen ndmlnUtroilon dlgcusslng the taws relating to the following tub Jecis Convict labor- Oeuloglcnl commlMlon Amendment to the tinning laws 11101IllOctionShot firers In Factory 1 Reports of acclllonisII Moraethoera dens Amendmonts to the gencrnl mining SAMIIJ 1 AM t HIIOIvS AT HAM 1UCICK Ai iho New York Shoe Repairing Co We also do neat repair work at the lowest prices Dont forgo tho place M l KUIV- inuI IlrojidiVH near Second awl abolition of fees for cortlflcales for mine runnngrrs halillng engineers- and mine cxamlnor making It a ml Joim inor for any oporator nrg eating to furnish the lnHctor with Mails of hU mlnu changing Uio provisions relative to the handling ot oiplonlvev Inenartng from 15000 to 10000 tho amount rerorarablo in the laW of death resulting from a violation ot the mining law The appointment of miners exam Icing boards Scaffolds for buildings Tho bookot quoted from totter written J t vornl tabor loaderl rain tive to the labor legislation obtained by Governor 1IXnooii and to l strikes at tho Mclxuin County Coil company wino W 1 Walsh and ItIltelleJIlalhor I advanced stand taken by 1Dbncon In regard to Industrial legislation whlV W P Ilyan ecretarytrcamiror ot the United Mlno Workers of America outline the struggles of the miner to organize tho mine of tho McLean County Coal company Dnttlol J Keefe president of the International Longihoremcn Marino and Tronspor tat6n iisfiooiatlon and member of the oxccntlvo committee of tho Amer lean Federation of llAbor William Scalfe editor of the United Mine Workers Journal and William D DatMiford state commluloner of In bor In Ohio write letters on the same subjectThe Square Deal Dvneen club which I ii largely composed of Irhrh Amerlcani got out a large sheet poster yesterday commending the ad ministration ot Governor Doneen and urging that he bo supported UJHI MAX lilMS HUM glen HU HnUiM Out Aflir Telling UN Wlfo of Illy 1urpuic Iopahontas Ark Oct 94 Da vii aged about CO years committed suicide at his homo about eight hulls south of here this morning by blowing his brains out with a shotgun Ho IIcavos a wife and several rown children Dtrls and his wife worn at the posted eo about 8 oclock thla morning and before they reached home It Is aeged ho told him wife ho was going to end It nil with u gun Bhu persuaded him to forget sin Ii a notion but a few minutes after they reached their home a shotgun report was heard In tho back yard and Davis was found writhing In lila own blood The coroners Inquest Is being heldI I 11IIOKS UlllAIItllll AT IXWIWT IlUCIlH- Mcna halt solos nailed 0o- Mens cored halt eolea and p heels 100 s Ladles halt voles 3Ca- IXlMHIV shot ItlllAIUINa CX 131 llroadway Next to Postal Two graph Company today It Ia alJ Davis lead grown despondent because of III health and nnnnelal troubles which oauied the rash art Whore do jou work my glutl I lunnT taclunIt1ol oeou potion IOh no mum I M ldom meet any on my way to or front workiluok lj And If the average woman guvn s t voter only to hor thoughts she would 1 it talk leas f Choice Cut Flowers 10000 Chrysanthemums 20f000ItCarnations r 4000r 1 4 1 Roses Tho largest and best selection of Cut Flowers nut decorating plants In tho cit- ySCIIMAUS 0 BROTHERS rh loll rinses 12f4 1 1JDealers in only high grade Hay Corn and Oats Millers of CREAM meal sacked f in 61224 and 48 pound bags Not genuine without our label Ask your grocerf Telephone coalmlnoI V II- a I- f4 r OUD TAVUOR COAL f w J iit a