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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1L ww1Tlrw Y 4 a ttbuttt btninrt nn+ PAGES TODAYII VoI4 WEEKrEDITORIAL 1 1svHOor HOXIl QUESTION t jf The School Fire Traps The Sun Just a word or two about I school bonds I cunt say why anyone can opp the Issue plalrenqwn aJnatho Ich qIn 0 deplorablo condition both and JIf beirhown maofeobiiirateyqadvicechlldrenAcnglvosoamforghthemLit IIs trance to opJothcmtncllZ anfiveTCrtir tits Uuittisg that seed itf11th will wllngrfinvlthI Istuoeontinggenerallon debtSurelythebftieflttLet any oncjoppoalng tho bond Is sue visit tht schools and too justwhat they need ofthemtrapsinbreeding places of dlcesse shownSuppose shouldbreAkbulldlnrorbulldlngsflowthlpkwould nroInoventatordllmaJCIittomecrlpplhtlA r whatyfortheOXB INTERESTED fAtih ScbrwlsTheIt Li theopponents thoechoullmunaytJust Iiichemo or nThhto do wunQerenow gel II tschoolsTiiranvsgotthe IndoI I I can clio you to numerous otb I t argument andwontbelhschoolsAIorklngthignorance thotjufltJonlIn difference ot others Is J anitI So let I nnchildmulct II hi or her duty to lalfIllblerandothen been HeX1 l ItNTIJI3leetlugFor oftheschoolameeting will be hold Friday thocitylorRunfal tJII IIInI t dtacustheTherewill4 llrniulrnhiirK Indicted I New BroltghtoBrandenburg urBcculednnmotonrnlgnInantrfllcaediscbatigedj larcenysf Tliey May Vole It Houston Tex Oct291ud0 I mltrell Trenton forInjunction toot nopubllsentcans from voting to pc eau 7 WEATHErt IIn nraI crtiyVo nerous cWdnt Ir Itwould 4 the rd by or to walked lay 1Wednesday a eat nd ear tho y ho Ion It approached lOIter cod ifety PLEASANT his blltUnlo Pair tHaight prrtloteOOOJIItIs lwtierallisito yiafenlaTr t7 IoeK toDMtider r CHARLES REED FORMER MAYOR OF PADUCAH PASSES TO HIS REWAR i g6t 2i Who Served as Boy in Confederate py Four Times Honored by Home eople =His Funeral Saturday harlot need who d log tart he purfednturday liner nOt Oak Grove cemetery The in be huM at the rvsidene Jilmund I Noble at 3 oclock Davtd Cndy Wright offlelal Ah the funeral will bo db ConletleratoIbody attenddI of respect a jbodyi representative capacity M smith and Chief of once MlledJtodayI mayordl pollamen n at 100i oclock filler a inemontI although ho had i health for ninny months d rom braIn toes llpfor ned to his bed Colonel to Chicago to consult ePe Day Letter Drew Taylor Capt Rankin Reelfoot Lake here Capt Rankin Was KilleiI Walked 24 Without to For Journey Trent Tenn Oct 29 Special is alit now that H Z and apt Quontln Itanktn of ibn wore to Reel luy Atilght riders Word wa t tioi that somebody desired iso Ind of the West Ton f md rtimpany anti they wert na aan as hey set tool In Js him BO Mr Taylor sea 11 that night nnd said lid loop and ho had n not on CIIIJnlnII1 llave boon useless how vef hnuse no doubt was Riard the When Mr Tay CKcijK d by the bayour cot trout early Tues mornlnp hVtll well after unup morning without a morsel1 lbeIng afraid to ask avoiding habitations fptr were Final realized ho would dlo of Ctaryn ho did not take a risk and he a house and found the friendly Thero ho obtained and rest and sent word of hli Ills wife never doubted 4hkltt- t seal alive when they tailed to pd or body Aftlhcr Cuurlllluu City Tenn Oct 29It 1U nt leastt rlr of the prisoner arrest jlbconlltlJolI with iWt or naakla u Jb flag tjII Jlnllst bout hIA hfUllli hilt 1I Advised joie wax rib cure and he r tunedI to the homo ofhla only daugh tar to await duh Ills condition for several days has been precarious Yesterday he lwaan slaklrig and his physicians and knew that death was but tiw question of a few hours Colono Jfeed died at tho home ot his daughter Mrs Emma HeedI Oble 2SUI IJitwdway Ills only near relative wal his laughter be ttda airs Harry G Tandy who caln couMn In the COs Colonel It was timrrlod to Miss Jesslo Wood the daughter of Captain David Wood Lila wlifo diet U years ago flout Charles ned was t native of Paducah and was born November 1842 rills fathT was W 11 need prominent ctntrmtor Mr Heed attended the Paducah public choot is x IConiinniMi on Inge Five R Z to Hours a Bite Afraid Call at louse Food and Rest From Taylor decoyed assassins swimming ttautly assistance human Inmates hostile frlenJa I Prank Farrlncr another night rlddr rrpborntcd Burtons confession Ninety prisoners arc now held iGov ornor lJnttpMon says tho evident ugaJuBt several Ifa strong and ever effort wlI bO made to convict them Immediately alter Will Forrlnci Irad loft tho tent ot ColoneL Tatom he had flvQ moro tents erected In tht jalready oug line of fguard tents at had Garrett Johnson Sam Sapp white Fred Tlnlon nab Knight ani Will Walton confined In them Ton Johnson the sixth man has been IIr arrlyjInTho parole of R G Ward the pr I prletor of the hotel at WalnuUog was titled when he reported to Col swat Tatom Ho 10 now held a iprto 1Drier along with lie otlicrs it Ii lev d that comp of tho prisoners ex ftmfmMt by tho court gave such Infor Continued on Page Four IiiI WreckSteamer Yarmouth London Oct SOVBodles of se oral sailors and wreckage of tthe steamer Yarmouth were picked UI In the North pea The Yarma jlli Captain Avis and 22 men w ifoiind from Rotterdam to fiarwl There fs lat o doubt the flteame founded and aU perished Tlle1use tiA y reek Is not kaowht X 1v 1 OKLAHOMA BANKS ALREADY SHOWING- GUARANTY FAULT Town of Thousand fins Four r Banks Some Paying 6 Per- Cent on Deposits Down at l SlrOKK1IinK1 I STATB cx OT vrr Tim1 ctrt9Outhrl Oklar0 Accord SIng of the First Xatonal baakgot McCloud Okla the political economists who have discussed tne bank guaranty plan from a Uipretlcolstandpolnt have made inadVquntQ forecasts of tho bad feature whrchf the scheme lint nctua v developed In thc course of Its thtstate1Our guaranty law declares jr clan Is In my c don the Ihoat vicious ever enacted by a etaU legislature liPII of the worst elTecU conspicuously I arens the tact that new stato banks are being cs artored at an alarm Ing rat and weJSlI know that there are a ady entirely too ninny banks In the state TJ- Mo c than flty now banks have been farted IntAklnhoma since Jan 1 19 + x and my of them to my persona knowledge will be managed by inexperlencedJllncompetent would be bankers whoJmaglne that under the guaranty law banking will be simply a snap There la no denying that in the fCS of the average depositor right at the present moment that guaranty Scheme looks good it Is popular with depositors for the de osltdr tests he Is relieved of all responsibility In selecting his banker What Is the Inevitable result That tho would bo banker has the advantage over the bankern4life building up a aolld institution The little village of Harrah five miles from here with population of something like ICO people all It fIs likely to have for some years to como now has two banks with total localI deposits of less than 15OOO Ono of these banks was recently organ Fieglimatelyof that enactmen- tHIht here I might state that last fall the older of the two banks was hard pushed and that I came to Itst rescue and at Mast helped to keep lIt going Dut now they are guaran trod and In the eyes ot many depos n tha4e0 been paying C per cent on time de postts= and paying that as a normal rate to some of our own customers I cite this Instance of the sltua lion in tho little town ot Harrah with its lap inhabitants and Its two banks not because of any person feeling I have In the matter but slut ply because It shows definitely end conclusively the extent to which the Oklahoma guaranty law Is hatching more banks than the state has any earthly need of or use for and also because It puts clearly before tho eyes of every fair man the fact that the law Is actually stimulating tho pay meat of interest In order to attract deposits Absurd to Pay 0 Per Cent on JIIOIiItS If you think that any bank can afford to 1pay C per cent interest on time deposits without taking rash and Indefensible chances with tho money of the depositors then refer tho proposition to any banker or set of bankers anywhere In America outside ot Oklahoma You will get but ono answer and that Is that the pro osltlon ia absurd and impossible Xot fat front here Is another town of about 1000 Inhabitants whlchhas tour bankstwo of which have been organized since thb enact That1a a town of only = 1000 can maintain more than two healthy basks Is an absurdity on the lace of It but this absurdity Is emphasized by tho tact that the total deposits of tho tour banks altogether are less than JlOOOOO It is pot too mu to say that this kind of thing Is going on all over the state and that plainly1 bcby tenses of the guaranty law Old homa is being overbankei f I alarming rote ilV Iv V In this connection th oonot be overlookedaiS 44 pointed evidences tr jrt minds of J earled at least those members r s klllII h Ode Istratlon having dlrectllfl8 t f11I Continued onPai uthit tows vc ton thFranklin Edto Q lh Franklin Ky Oct t t5Jr01 Editor Chrltldpher B N Q- ItortJ lr 1 Jin died this mo alg tb- OI k- e Se ard 1zq MANY SPEAKERS TALK ABOUT BOND ISSUE QUESTION Interesting Meeting at Wash ington School Building held- Yesterday Tfp Afternoon Hal Corhott talks on Padncahs Advantages i i FOK AX KDUCATIOXAfj CKXTKIt t MKUTIXflS TOMOItnOW 2311 nt Whlttier Building 730 nt City Hall Musical program and speeches at- holh plucrx Public Invited find both nidisi may be liciml One of the bestt Issue meetings yet meetings yet held was that at tho Washington building yesterday after noon Miss Helen Ion ry presided end 3lr Hal Corbett was tho princi pal speaker He discussed Paducahs location and natural advantages dwelling particularly on her distance from larger cities and educational In stitutions He said Paducah la the metropolis of a wide territory and has lour navigable rivers within reach all giving lier exceptional commercial advantages Two things have pre vented her taking the rank to wfifc she Is entitled One of them da a tae lion that Is always against everythln- atth would advance the interests o the city either through personal die like ot someone furthering the cause jealousy suspicion or fear of advanc ing a dollar Tho other Is failure ot Paducah to become an educational center of tho territory as Lexington and Nashville have done W J HIllc of the school board briefly outlined the condition of the public schools when he entered office the need of sanitary Improvements and of equipment and the shortage ot leachlnj force Jle said It was hoes van to isonic oTl1lo money mo board Intendeltlthe pay of teach ers to meet emergendclrbelasitugd by this old debt Incurred In building and the lack ot repairs Part of the money would bo used o replace the 20000 lion Charles K Wheeler Mr Earl Palmer Mr Sol Drcyfuss Mr J K erguson Prot J Isat Hagsdnle air- oseph Gardner and Prof Suzz spoke- nI IIIor of the bond Issue FRONTIER METHOD IS ADOPTED BY CHICAGO PEOPLE oaf burglars have become so bold andI police aro so ineffective a vigilance committee of 100 members Will formed to suppress robbers All the vigilantes tire victims and are sure to push tho crusade Tho committee will offer a reward to the pollcfc who capture and convict the thieves Sues Sink Paving Company City Solicitor James Campbell Jr filed suit today for the city against the Southern Bltullthlc company to recover 900 on too bond the corn patiy gave the city while repairing Kentucky avenue Miss Marian Landls sued the city and the t0 tractor for flamagea and secured judgment The city paid Its shin coPm pang to remunerate the city Candidates Courting Trouble Trouble mar too In store roc eoma of the candidates in the primary well as some of the merchants by A violation of the postal laws In placI- ng advertisements Iff rural route boxes without PQIngJICstgo As the candidates roam through the county It has been the custom to drop in card In the formers mall boxes lZh guiltcy ot tIt Htlon and prosecutions raav th0A heavy penalty is pre droppinahLtio 4oxes without placing tcda tho cards The rural route for W ion all of the routes found tn vlnd conflscated them rhv 11 I the 41 Diestibck4WVIts Mass Oct 9JOhn W II wat son octogenarian poet wav the h Qt ad In his room from asphyxl1 the t gas escaping from a stove an a n apparently awoke nnd mlnofllvawV to the door but was Yes lnl llutchlnton was a great wenIIJI I 1a aver tie them 1 4 ft f CAIRO TRAIN KILLS AGED MANt1 t AT ROWLANDTOWN CROSSING I RUNNING IN THIS MORNING j Pilot Beam Strikes T J Spidell snd He Dies From Injuries After Being Brought Into City on Train a CONFEDERATE VETERAN AND A FORMER TOLLGATE KEEPER fAD LIVED IN PADUCAH HALF CENTURY 1 Deafness Prevented His Hearing Engine Whistle and Engi neer Tried to Prevent Accident But Could Not oftheagedtstopped directly In tr J or the engine and fatally Injured dying an hour later at the railroad ntjpetal where he had been carried olnllIerewas apparently aware that the train was coming Tho engineer had already blown the whistle for tho crossing and was running along at tha usual rate of speed whea jrossthea was struck by the pilot beam of the engine and his body hurled against a high board fence Engineer Durch hurriedly reversed the engine IIndti ran back to the man with the assistance of passengers picked the In Jared man up and placed him In the baggage car sad brought him to theh Yugly head his right hand and arm were broken and bruised and internal in Det I passengers Injured man sad that he did not know the i nCSXXSa7C gGXXICXCXX XX 1 Ii LKAVKS ills 1IOMK slurry Ky Oct 20Mr Trunk Hicks who formerly lived fnear Golden PondJ Trlgg county has sold Ida Germ and moved to Henderson JIK lucks had a bountiful home hilt was whipped1 mid bnniKMM so tiy Uiat iiglit iW + i f ire that lie find to abandon 1t Soldiers+ had been KiiardJng hie home for somelh- ueYOUTHFUL i NIGHT RIDER IS BURIED JUST LIKE A DO Hlckman Ky Oct 29Specla- trs Keith has confessed that her 18yearold son was killed with the night riders In the rald on Xtave Walkers home He was burled toy rldSrs without even a coma near the scene of the raid alder the arrest of one of tho cap twine of the night riders Mrs Keith told ot her son being killed tho nIght the Walker family was killed Mrs Keith says the hand came along andI got her son taking him with them when they murdered the negroes i The negro Dave Walker fired V eral shots Into tho band of night p inS killing young Keith 4 A man living near Wakj started to the Are and a rep 8 ho what It was laid down tJrlIlI corn rows for safety auftt wJMe lyln there the nIght ride passed b bllt with the body of afinan The me n wore grumbling that they couldn warty the man yfrhen ho heard tht yonIi cant bring tvimf tour of you get hoU herereThey Burled him Tbuf roajf fop fear ot the night riders dId not toll what ho had hcan until flit arrests at the lake and no doegnbt want his name cohnectei recponeWlae man Ho states further that the body of Keith is burled some where in th hW near where the Wjslker tamil was killed He was toiled wltho mana reurn his mother know ho was dea but for fear of threats made by t h night riders she did not divulge 4h e secret until after the recent arjvsti of Ileaders TIIRFK LINKS HULmjffl- QFKICFS ilKIXfl J1UILT Rids will bo received this week by Architect 4LI lAssiter for the eonn pletlon ot the Threo ttoke bur lug The lower floor on the KeA1Y lucky avenue side wlll bo B bde Y eight large offices and yll J5 e re tar occtipahc liufpre Jahuary a otlcca will w eiulppcJi received modern Improvementw1 1i steam heating plant 7j i plate the reraodelteKj S1 and Itk will VMS one tj 32 I city I Sf- terper o i 0If 1 4 ftItd buss I train was coming and did not hear the whistle Thisrs accounted for because of his advnpced age and tho 1 tact that he Is partially deaf When engineer Burch first saW Spldell on the track he had just whistled for the crossing He blew the whistle again and applied emer gency brakes but too tate A Gprniaii Citizen Thomas J SpIdelLJ was 74 years oldsJjd oho ofthrsturdriaettnan cit Sens that have contributed so largely to the growth and development ot Paducah and McCracken county He ttand his Wife came hera aearlpLQ years ago and by thrift and steady economy amassed considerable means Back In the days of toll gates on Mo Crackers pikes Mr SpIdell was keeper of the gate on what Is now Broadway Afterwards lie operated a brick yard but for several years he has been running a truck farm Ho has a number of houses In the city th0G t corner of Elmwood and Julia etreett In Rowlandtown A Mr Spldell is survived bK1 11 sisters Misses Joe and andjr J a afdell and Mrs Mollle ofxvllle and three brolheo F of Seattle Wash PJ fa aeh McMinnvllle Ton ell Spldell of Lead K 11 of survived 4ra r dren 191 I- ner sburands dsit He xis can chu ember of seet was not a- aa at p lcs boar uo rort atNasbvll a- of coroners inquest wlif lio he afternoon at 420 oclock at the undertaking parlors of Mattll Effln RRHer and Roth r Jy iMitchellWJlk bftrre Psu pct 2 colllerlea ia the iwUiracHe cored for the MHcljeH DH tlon One hundred dam r sand mimes areeelebstin easndtwo Will Hear Bryan Bellofontaltfe O Oct 29 has contracted to lectures t j Logan county Chaulauqua nes theof t Mtniics Death p ptiChicago Get Lavlns 0 yea clothlrf V i rand f ralut af I S aroused netflames b i t tera Ken C r l Dec jtn dotJ rr1t i rJ a na t 3Ra ath toartie akM 1 tj 1 1 f pvp i V V TY rrU r I i THE IADUOAH h EVENING SUN TllUJtSUY OGrournA J t Tutee SpiTifd talaesI in + II i L i F WITs oSKIRTSt t t trr Friday and Saturday we will make a special effort in the way of bargain giving and offer f three specials VTJ one in each line Suits Skirts ttapdC ats This should appeal to you con sidering our strong value giving power and tbeIsplendid lines we are offering this year csac I f i t t 2500 Suits About twenty exceptionally stylish Snitg in blues browns Grays and t OOtt b I 1t I 1500 floats Thcfo is no line of Coats in onr department that wl are stronger on t tlian this 1500 line new ones have just been added and now fln I we ooer black and colors of newest cut full length many styles Pilii15 i 595 Shirts+ t Voiles Panamas Cecelian and Cloths all precisely trimmed with buttons 95o5I IFI 11t ap1pr n s- mr t f PADUCAUB THE DAYLIGHT STORE t111 7 =Y r Y lIbJll xuL lO 1J + fIIJIIf te U tjTrk1n- i r It G4ziJC l London Oct 29 4t5 le- Roooovclt bar bob ergrilned hXA 9- 1I tentloir of asking special prvllecs IIftJUihE1stjlfMrlca I ordinary 150 or 260 license item Jtho colonial office under which he 1l1t1e required to Silt forth Ja hla- n handwriting the animals ho In ulnu ht11dht1 3 ta dt may rJaQ E a y as he wishes Set for the DCW licensesA+ the4reildctat m rhoot ten hippos fie BROMO QUININE jttWo r L Ii JJIJI t4 olt every 1 ryB oc1 Jt Zabcx 251 I II The reason why onr Boslhess isI growing to rapdly Is not alone br i oanse pur prices pre so moderate Its the benefit workmanship and dependablel materials which brings otttooierahack season s+ fter season Wky aotlet u3 make YOUR fall spit SOLOMON The Tailor t 522 BiwayI I JaF r l JfI1IZD1 L1YQk NAtloNAL SANK l7Altli ItTUCJtY f1 1ltlq lnJIKOBfloiwr 1Lyaaita ld J i4 400000 y94 2tto00o 0- 0Viers 1 a oo0oeo 0tI n Rv VIea 1cetdtat- t I 4 fpt e 12 t dW 1 a l 1 1r t antoolItwo buffaloes two earth hogs two rSmb wolves ton chevrotaliia two monkeys two marabou storks two ostriches two egrets and one chim panzee Giraffes wild asses secre taT birds and a number of other species are forbidden to any hunter not endowed with special privileges I+ Uill MARSHALS KKIfMtT Kentucky Und 1570 Ilres During YearLoss and Insurance Frankfort Ky Oct 298tatoFire Marshal W F Nelklrk tae sub mtttod hU annual report for 1907 to Insurance Commissioner hell Ho says I fnd that during the year1 tiresItoIncca7jry tlnI lnvelvctZ i wasI1G9413Francof Insurancess423o nnA In36ores23HQJ0lossoeity JI103The+ ittj surance thereon U0402i5 IiITotal 1089 = 209650 totIrnal lanoo loss 2017I5nI oII XujcBtlH Prom Oeor In Jors- If you thought that the WOT e4 round to look and tcJK he no end to your growling 1 j OlYou cant fence In the whX tlon Youll be lucky It you tar a small corner Jy If you had more light peceyes would bo no blinded aw to keep the middle Atlanta Constltutlonj S R T +w I BRYAN SflLl ON l ENEMYS GUND Introduced to Largo Crowd at t VAlbany by David B Jima mtrr 1 i r r j AtSevirnl Miumfncturlnu Town In Xew York Attacked Trtfts t Ijibor KocorJ if t 1 nrt sioun TO pAcrrbuv sinx fAloanr N y Oct 29The felt ture of Iloa s tour tip state waa the appearance on the platform here last night of POI owr United States Sena tor Davli n 11IH It was tho first time In eevnal ears that JIm had attended guru m gathering so that when ho stcpi d forward as chair Son tlolritroiluco Democracys loader the greAt crowd roso ton man and wildly cheered ffit r ifill Irakcx Bryan ft tlhllydeelarcl 1llmselJ 111 InOr of- tjt l elect on of Dmmttlljcause hit his jJudgpVentit the Democratic presiden tlu t aSdMate ia absolutely right upon 4verycontc ted question In tuba campaign 1 am for dish said Iflll 3ec uio fenvereIv bellevu the llest IntercaCs of the country win the sub eqrvod III bit UctloM Ills rofor ringpto the K pul llean charm that a parffcj wlH fo low Uryans olefbrr declared Hint t would not tio a irnnlo but it will Iw n panic on ho part of the hundred tItu nand federal office wI11havgtovlctoou 1111 rty etilryan JIs your fllnd He is m Mend Ho lii the friend of tho iope He has twtt coUrAgeous sincere and a con Taut frJcnJ of tabor ever since ho has been in public life Ho is as lncbrruftll Ua as he is brave and can neither the purchased nor Intliut dated The DcmooraUo Cflmlidale i cdvad ah oxatlon ns ho arose to speak Ho ixpressed his appreciation of the coo dial weJcomo llU had rvrelved Ho lahitBtrcss on the plank In Demo erotic platform prortJIiiK for nIb pub licity of campaign contrHutRpi be lore election1 Iulillclty of Omtrlliutlon nlttrobefore election and It has done BO I asked our bwrfMloreil committer to follow the example of the jiatlooot comm1Ueo And 4t has done eo Tafta national committee has pramlMtd to pultllli IHUM contribution q after the election whn he knbwg It will IIH too late HQ bo of Advantage to the ypteA but the Republican COB nIohal committee hanot promised to publish the teritrlhutlons even aftor Iho ol lctfou It not wi haw a rlrfit congressionallltimmtttect partybustoonlntcYJt national committee Bryan rcpt tpdJy 10rrell to Taffn- ifiorl record Ho declared Taft wim the most objectionable pubHc tuna hllfIrBryan prefontfd a 4 etltlon and asked for a restoration of tholr wage but iby Ms decision ho said tilt had no legal right to oak It and ho had no legal right to listen to thorn but that It they wore talking to an employer the employer might restore their wages that ho Could not listen to such a petition beoauso as a judge his deity was to protect thcyrallrcad AiUIrrsswl Factory Men In the connle of tho Jay Bryan made epoechen at Hastlngsonthe- Hudaon Tarryiown Oaslnln Hud lion Ilenessolear Schnectady and I Troy IJverywhero along IM line oh- travel Immense crowds turned out to hear him He frequently loft tho train to make speech5 iIlls reception ht Schhcctndy was notable Two of his three speeches there were made in tho opon to m 1poyes of tho locomotive works and 4he Central Electric comprvny lie told them the tide was fast running Wth tho Demooratlo party and that reports from aM over tht country Itr 1 lea ted Democratic victory Ho mot another largo orowd At Troy front where ho left for Cohoes Utlca Rome Oneida Canactota nfld Syra elC OKLAHOMA BANKS Ooatlaned from page one the application of the state guar ahty law arid Its provisions A Htnti Olllrrr Alnml Seared Take for example thin Hlgnlilcant action of tho banking board and tho hank commissioner in refusing to laI mo a charter to an applicant for nI ho organized In a town of Th t size and already sup least three banks The fjJfr a + ML- vtpO taken by the state Jv tllil cilsel Indicates with b yiivJfarwss that they wore fjJY scared and that It was supply the brakes In order to tlaastrous 11wIIY t8ton of this stand taken by lie rctc KhorltUs un becoming alarmed f hi situation suggests another lor the matter which was per LJwbrlffiy mrntlohtoij IiiI a former l tchII refer to the ruling of rcHoualoll of tho district Court of J 1le 161 e 1i e 7yto Jt IfJfJ I uwHA1 WILJ1PEN If Toft is Elected ryan is Elected WE will continue to sell the best go he least price possible w55l maintain the high standard epair Department will J give the public prompt and attentive se ill represent goods for just what they are and ehdeaor to a continuance ot the generous favor of the people of this coy JL feelerI L 1 v A i I I10gaDtCO leteirhealrartdesIwhobrougli a mandamus proceeding ije IeldedI that tho state banking nuthorl tht111tlltCtlttonI l ters to those bolmad applicationl and wero nbto to show thht they JiM fully roriiilled flth the laV- In oUidr twilit thi3 illumlttallnril incident not only dcn otfstratcii that the frtontis of dilll tau dad those dote gated With auth6rltfor carrying out its provisions art alarmed nt the Cur ore for starting bnnkS whlth i wcp lug th J Ktnfo liWH pValrle tire but that tlftSy NWii dlo iftin erie to curb or will flits teiMeiftiiy and that ap plicants fqf chaVtbr rillvkl alike to diet eye 6f tWlSw1l Juat ns all banks un14l that ban 1W niiitr1 to d i osltors l CUM of Ilio SiilUnxV hulk Still another Incident sun its that I MIlItIt l I ties are wlthotil the powiTr to Control till altuationaor M to riiodbrate it In degree I a Tho SnllwW flank ltd Trhut sour pany of Sallsaw Okla opdrily advcr llsnll It would INIV a rate of Inter 1 on deposits nbarly of quite double the limit dMlgriaUM by the bank com mlsslbrier The result wlw that the management of Oils Institution wax j promptly called ovur tho carpet by that officer I I IIIilmniodiaioly after receiving this I j reprimand the management of th bank openly advertised that while the bank had beet hddi mud It could not under the rules and regulations of tho banking lboard pay a higher ratf of Interest un JtJiKwUs than 4 per cent the president of the bank would himself penwnalry pay an additional premium or discount which would give to the depositor as JilKh a rate of interest as that tlesfewcited In the previous advert isemunt of the hank Itntit Sri by XCt1tlf ash How mush a usnk will pay for lit pos4tM hero In Oklahoma fis maraly a question of how keenly the banker deddrett the mon which In most cases whore an ibDormal tale of Interest Is palli mwn how much he hopes to rllie from the use of the depositors money la speculative In ustments which promise to his mind a fantastic margin of IlrontI0 D H IlnlMirt president of Ulf First Notional bunk of Ponca Cv Irl1Ieffect each of these towns had twc national bank HaWon has a pout latkMi of only G18 whNo Fairfax about isht tallies dhkawt has onv 470 There I now one new staff bank In each town anti on more for paoh town IIs organised and lighting to get In- And under the recent ruling of Judge Houston they will got their certiflcalos to oH rato In those towns making four hanks in each town In each of those two towns the national banks have a cnpal of = 26000 cacti and quit a good surplus Think of four banks attempting1 to live nod prosper In a town of 578 population j attemptingonly chltdrenIlllclits Tlio state bank lime 10000 tacit and under Hrrnilgm In Oka Roma ho stale bank with Its little capital and Its r rklin bankers Is Just as JOOIfI In the eyesOf dopoiltors and In the busim s It ran got BB till doIlnsolvency of the good banks having substantial capital mid surplus and a good reputation built up by years of catMIII + and corivrvatlvo banking Bryaulsm says to the people You niny deXHt your money In my batiks and It one of theta falls 1 will walk over to he good banks anti lull my hands Into their cash drawers and without their consent takf nut enough to pay yotiPoo do your bulnOHl with the banks that come under tho ogee ation of Dryanlsm In Oklahoma The recent closing of the Interna tional bank of Colgate Okla whichI I already had been commented till public dispatches In a matter oftI lprerentinterest from tho fact mat its prtsldent Is now proclaiming that his institution was slaughtered for exhi bition purposes and that the bank commlfstonerfl act was unjustifiedt QII any grounds excepting those of hIiolih leal expediency However right or wrong may be this contontloq two pertinent facts stand out clearly Tho bank wont under and Us depositors suffered the IRUIIf 1I tNfl i SHOTS AT HALF IMIICR tt time Now York SliVe Repairing Co Wo also do neat repair work at the lowest prlres Dont forgot the place fy KLKIV iiJ32r liromfway near Second r llJ II iulltJlttafthflorMoI pa sccond tha grand Juryo ty r hug returned an Indict st tho To bank 1oliticlniiM thp average Hide rffb zprver Ihhi lhcld Tit At banks utidurthe I tho guaranty law I iI doors ipaVlufs I e ttctttato llon bowttrnftiot d Irfy to bd kept money and It nIl duke the other I the political saddle on IMil States tmnkini tnKftutiVnr 1tY ion strnddlvl by pn nn I I I II All these Tc a out 1 I T Ohs Night 50c 5c Salo I III- b The s- eader rlildtu Into the raecr may lake till choke thcso two looking tills but must thoose ono r- l of tiSom than one tIt has not moro flitnnrionce to demonstrate to the piQpl that even under Iho onll ocnilt action of the depositors a closed cann coa tho money ott ht4tsl nt the- rtnamnit 1fj not l f Its door are shut It takes I ijtlmo for evDn a Democratic wltlitrillion lu und bilHml it to settle the claim of the of a bank and Ilay- II i i vhun bark thlr role I For Variiigand Varnish Stains t I Li=4GO nrOTbtld I lllb f l jniru REID AWAY 127 S Third r- r 7 TrZ ThcriHIcrencp Between T1 md WRITING FLUIDS klnIKlultl Ht bpd knpw win rhittHuttltl dltTtrtUCCR for ymtr 11101 Until We Nov have let nil 4 we ItOift flit rlting Phlid t Cirtcr Keller I Sinford 1auU- stifforifs at Dhiiiiond of ho of l All orlthis is of these 0 I YN The I 1 D 1 and 1Ink v X11s MLa f i THURSDAY 1i29 1 4 I l f 35c Prices 25c lllontlay1 n r political WOl1tot at Incident certainly roiiiitrod bcnollccut guaranty their njmlnls Oklahoma a guaranty doponliors Phone prices follows Arnolds ICuterII isA1OofJ Book pricoa Music Man 1 l t4 TE l 4j11 On- lyTHtJRSDA4 October U PRICES 100175c MONDYNovembor 2 35cI50c wf lairt WRtT1 I 1Sute1 AT KENTUCKY The Tnlonlcil Aclrees w ETHEL FULLER fll fund a iclect company withart 4s WARrEN lA BELLE CONLANi RU8SE i t 5Tho llcautlfnl Russian By Dnvlcl 13 eIrlaaoff eu tor ot lhe Unllf1 of r r Girl tWill the ooll1en 1- tinyClods 1cat The I t of tto lunchu etc 4t Thc A hil Reliable MoneyOclicr r I fecks Rod Bof 1 S- Iti Two ActsIAll New 0no act cuttain raiser Papas Return cM 4 Musical ConleyII o r I i TIIUIWIUV oaromm 00IlmPADUOAI1 BV1 NINO SUN rAft1m l J 1 f T Powerfuli r 1 ReaSOl1t to JlW1A Y I his is thef tjI j iiF I 1 i HiJLL1S1ilif1Store Sed ji Offerings ridavand SatJ v vVhicM 11 f f 1 1 llr iT WOMENS WINTER COATS t M Speciali l Values in Attractive New Models lf J i MIIi soft delicate fabrics used in aH costumes make the separate coat a requisite necessary to every + wardrobe this season The variety and attractiveness of our separate coats increase as the season advances t Smart models on the Directorie line and the Yankee 1 fErintzess styles of which the Guthrie toreis the J home Unusually strong valutui in Black Kersey and Cheviot Coats semi fitting halflined 52 inch Gibson shoulder effect Exceli Irnt examples of unusual value giving at the prices of Jjj 1 5OO and 1950 Broadcloth Coats in all shades including the new Wisteria scmifitting lined throughout with guaranteed satin large pockets and larjeh high collars and value off decided merit and one that is highly favored at the price 2500 I I Imported modtli in form and semifitting styles of satin i cpati made after the Dircctoirc tendency large rev r8p tight fitting sleeves lined with Pcau DC Cyne and interlined through t 1 O JtfSuiia lu for ft eet or tvcning wcar atthe v ry spcc l prices r f 19f 157182025 35 4950t Jorrit r tI n or III C4too IUbbed UII u and Omwfftlf 1 wft nH Mtln llt UIt 111 I 0 Ibo itu do u IUt extra gnuneat 1 11 11ef eWWh Otl soaM 110 t Itit ollr ttrIN tbo par UIMU inl j I r ar II 11 r 1 4 nlld DIftI Shirt III tert MltllCor lUIiUles etlrtr 011 oi 1 J SatII 1910- 1nlnil 1Ii1Id 00 9- f n II f I lL t4 oI l It I 1 iJ MIIiIi = is Wtok the woek that tin wh iimi blocks out to urotoot bIll face r from thv rliort of wlntir Itll thff weak of Iho yoar for iffife iKirltvni all of liatroiw VO 01Irl thPr dR will nol SSit moro than r iiiicfl or twc a month until next April1 1cr May It will meijn 1018 In dolr to the with the nulr f and will put crimp in recMiitn for the nuxt ilx wcok for tli irniii with heiia tclilt barber money to hat on tho elec lion i What I known as wUtkers week niuoiiB the barber biRliiH bout th f 172 end of tha flnort Tabl Danmhr I lr poriBilfq1iaWtiii i rom uro to 1190 Und one tlf1Jf nll to cow miV FddalKl rtnf at 1Jess Iluin miSfBolurers cott 111 40z m81l II F QJtWar lIt4h Iualltf III 11 It I II IIIrI IIrlIt 0 I 4 c I This Whiskers Week for Bankers W r OL l = = = = fhJhhkIUl n hlhulot adornment a Iaducnh lICuhttlt hundreds wbof II iSMarlirra attentUin a man a the Fortunately whtakexB n ft 55 Pflrtory In- kIIgtba 0 e lart c October wher the cuitomerB vprout whliken In speaking of th diHluec orie barbsr mild Hoot strop will bo popular thte Avluter Quito u number of my cuistomera told be block out boot straps today Yu know the boot strap brand iethc it tic wMnkort itralght dpwp from the our and faces with tho right sliapt look wPI with Ih ll1IAs in Nist wlmora the Van Dyke 01Iht01 fewlonni liven wpefTqlly donors h RtvtH the wearer a dUtlnguiriud 1111 I poKiunccI but unless It K y nood ultfrtlon Hie wearer will imble BEST TREATMENT FOR CATARRH i l bIllii fi lcars mucus dropping back into tIle throat headaches watery cre diOjcult 1 breAthing nnd even stomach dfeordcrs and weakened health cannot lbe pentia jj I ncntly relieved until the blood is purified Nothing equals S S S for this jiurpose It goes dova to the very root ol Uie trouble nnd removes every jj particle ot Uie catarrhal matter from the blood and enriches this vital fluid eo j that nil the mucous surfaces arc supplied with nutritive healthful qualities in Blend of being constantly irritated and inflamed by impurities in the circula tlon Then the fI11ptOII1 bcin to J1ss I1WI1 nnd wh n S StS ha cntlrehI purified the blood Catarrh i permanently cured nnd the general healt greatly built up Dock oil Catarrh and any medical advice desired cent free i to nil who write t TJ3E SWIFT SPECIFIC COj A NTJGt J c = uiiK countryman t Severn fcog vHl wenr mutton limits thta winter ThY stylo or- altn adornmint is called lire us raiie by uneouth pertoas For my f I irofur the Ire oscap Ifeet to I iif laco curtain effect that you leo moUrn There If not one barber iu fifty who knowe how to hang tin lace curtains and as the result the woaror looks Something like a mn- ko AccprdlOR to the tonsoria ar tliii thu fufl beard will bo worn I much thfa ycqr whl h in common cjt jirtwlou IIs KrtQwn TIB alfalfa or iSh wiwil JiGalway tho growthithat h i wild under tho chin nfid nook will be teen among tho old men prluoipally and tamo forelgntrs prefer It I iiMtio1u Vlnelsj Tho Ilodjat railway wmonp otlwr thlnl1I n 1ntaln a urrtobU ktat up as 4f nio quo KTO ptlerHnia wIN be able to porfoimi tholr devo loiiH diiTnp tho Journey to the jNterun ICIUNJ j KxlertioWy the pra lng wiwnge IJb lony dlrtiiiBUlshnble froui 111 other caitiBKOs by a nriraret G feet c Inches high The Inteilor Is luxwr lMIJ fitted Tin KOOT Is covered wMh the rklwst of Perdon carpet WlilUe aQimJ tlio ttJdl1t Afe V iCs frqjn lh Koran appropriate to iliv Ipisrimose and In letters of goWA chart fiiillwitiii the direction of Mqo1 Ira at quo end and It the other qru rlrfiiIullegos lire of foreign mnkoWt till wagon mocquo was hunt liti Conwtantllion n Ixjndon Globe dJIggbv JHow wel Shakespeare srribtd this apartment of ours Snagsbr How Ilf yon mean l JlKKiliv Wqary flat stole nnl ini f IIltlO IO nIU I AR lie I GHE JTYLE JHOP Jl1ilJOrder jed 3J Saturday trom to G p m 20 1I tD 1d quaHI ta wet lIn19I1 IIvC tr C rOOL9 EQtMETHO DIST iMoixTjinvrs MAIH niitixoC- OMHUKVUK f L AT 1H uaxII fII Tlic IliV 1 AniliTson Come to Louisville iitiil till Itcv T IiI Monotv IiNSvnt lo Illinois J I franklin 1Ky O t 29The an jjnual courerence of tho African Jfeth jodin Hiitocoiw church closed here Iland th feature of the days work1 AVa the ai i olntmei t of the ministers qj Ihe WfC Kciktudky wnfownc IUkhOIl C T Schaefr orChlcago 1KU d V ird ail addrwE He urgedf tho nifinbw Oft hl8 raN to live ajr rI higher and noisier ChrWlon llfo and I hnrmonfllh I jjflrnd nppofnttil l td Decnlur III TM blrticp made th fotjo vjui apllOlntII ihcntB i Kfiitntitiy conference Iadu Cllh I ItrIDlktrioi ttrfltWln cider tht Rev G M1 Uti1iJ burr thapel the Key It II R1lr toni OolitmbuB the IRe V W M siuovrMayneidtho n G lrltt cvintoii the Rev A Jack Son Mwrraj tho ten J AV Goode IljvtfaitvlJIf aljciiit UiV Rev AV H Smith MwlwnlfltfburK 1aducab thej Rev R W Cnrr ITjxifrbun theyt llowlnnStowiyidllrct 1yHc1 1 Iorl fi nnd Hamilton chrtpolp tin It v IxulliB WMiiHTcnmll 7 1A JfP Ial 1ly 1 ItWOMENS TAILORED SUITS f Sp Tendid Values Price ExII tremely Low pLAfN filbred Suits that reveal the smart lines of the late styleswithout being extreme appeal strongly toii the conservative shopper The suits we show at 1500 and 25 00 combine all these comrpendable features The iarge pockets high collars prominent revers give that indefinable style that marks the best chosen gar ments of the season From our many new modclswe call elpeci lattention to one style made in the novelty diagonal stripe in black blue wine reenand taupe The coat trimmed in satin effectstll kir r lyleThisnot care tto invest mUch in a suit The price being extremely mod erat15OO C New suits smart novelties in the seasons most beautiful colorings arc being added everyday at a price range of 1 8 to5OOO r t j We i make all alterations without charge arid guarantee satis ff- f factioni All work in this department is done by tailoringi experts n InnJfIVnttrttn I 0nr f 0 00 Hemnants of mtJk ami colored Wool Drees Goods In lengths of from H two to eight yards JTho niostdoidrn We goods of the seMon yourucholQi Friday and Saturday for onWiait price jf I MilO Yard of superb quality ni ron ginghams fFriday and Saturday T- MChildrens 1IOPIltarAt sizes Friday and Saturday i e =nrdw ll the Rdv 3 Tolbert lllruilngfaafn III lesIon to fce supplied llckman and Cyprcrg to be sup plied The Uev G Vv Tleaman wa trans ferred and BOPS VoHarrodsfettrK and tto Jlov D C Carter to Midway Thg Uev P C Nlchola goes to Dan ville Uowing Green DUtrictvPresIJIni elder the Uev J HHii TayJor chapel Bowling Green thVltey S n Ftaed ID D St James Louisville chnpellolllnllltWCardwelllrankJnElI ibethtowH the Jlev H nrown Vobdburn the Hev U 1 Ueutty JoneBvKle the Ilev T chnllliTomJ II1nnd nfl lel4U 4he KKv C I IJmtl and neand Co L ok th ed 8 UIlI1U II o ot tor OU He 1l01 llferclnt Iso tor nllt 1lIo J- JlC 111111 IIS1JIrlt VIEYITlVI IhO I J6 con9ht nJ g dldato l1nl and surl tile d r tM e trnoclock to thom b 11 1111 e111On John G trnmeJ rM highest cat Inj Dratrete icdon Laun r docs the Ho AI wlealJiy etableac JIk eni rlfromED juJ t o phol1 l j lhj s t- lcd 016Cln ol ctlon- w 1 oftorelgD nt 1 1PRA01l Ixthltree borthana waltlngswatl Quine laml nds nelgb essfult ta prefer a iluc h Cen n a 11 an 01 d work 100 II ced otlt QC thq fA GOO aI ODe In 1821 AI lfc fromlWMiTE uraity ol Cu r and P1 olcit for Ut18 and 1 to 18 required rled mllJl t l h64 1 pt al age I2xi e ever Benff t tt HKKTth al Metp ji 1 Jithoru i IFWhr r tIJi1J t 100 dozen Gernrati Huclc Towels V J I size 42x21 notan ordinary value but ono of oxtttiafdloary worth at 20c Kptolal prkc vFrlday and Saturday itSO the doz or each lUJic I t High quality imported kid gloves tn olffek and colr a glove which can not be surpassed for wearing qualif ties Uegular V2S and Jl20 values Gnthrles price the pair 100 4 jtood d i r1 0 ir- cy4II 01 1 l r an JjtlHOTEL ilRBIltCbal1c 3 R If JShort J Au Palmer W nJcent j spa Intor IG 01 9t1e tt I J A Kltch CM and tl TII e n IIJd- InJlanapolIs or evol Io 111m 311l bOlO O G L1 11 let sf- lrOd aPo Goldsmith purcpaBeTs I I Ixi 11Illtfett pbrvyv lyjrmcnt CaV J JtUckIlter clnnnl IIrolJllf- IleJ Ilk ropoSltlOVor tbo 0lVJ bl 11 Colld rllJttll 10 ECl 1m 1l1f1IIct 4 tnkf411 ell 9- 04IA ers 1I0 tbOIle 110 11Q Parr ttr d 1tlJ IIrd1lJor fj H Ui 219oelerlJ tb rlJroad Jt PASTURE fO- iid very f 3por v lJe not 1ICJleor phono Jt vOfl Heattr write orculartig clipping slngifcl- xiuvenla Muter h street Old ph UCH Ilaco airtaj Jof stiffness j J7 inlcely anv frainship Firstclass Mileriil SQUJIE DEALINi ntiiri Uie larxest tamblHK tRI in Westers CeRerg f tTobject to to Hwke It Iwjpsr HtUinatW fnxC c to lq ttug I JD It6lNJtVtt f fJY Ni v Wt Stel1mF r9 IIBU1 beI l J 1 r 1 4 f r i nlI r= Sll Opo II I rvf l IT tip rnme TttE PADfaxjAH EVENING St1Hrnt1IJUt ocrronnn geQ 1 TbcPadutabSiri AFTKItXOOX AX1 AVEKKMT t s SUN runnismxo COMPANY INCOnFOItATKD F M FISIIEIl rreildent 1 J PAXTON General Manager Entered at tho poitofllce at 1aducali KTnl second class matter t SCnSCniPTlOV llVTKSI ItT1II DAILY SUN Dy Carrlcf per weep 10 By mall jir 1n advance 2- BT 5 t mall pcrye r In W CuuooTUB WEKKLV SUN For year by mall postQRo paid 100 era TilE SUN Paducah Ky Omcc 115 South Thjrd Phone S58 Payne Young chicago and New York rcproiontatlYOfc I TIlE SUN can bo found at the follows Ine places It D Clements Co Van Culln Bros aimer House t i IQN LAKE A II THURSDAY olOIllit L6- ii CmCULATlOX STATEMENT f f September 1008 t y6o99 16507-8tJ 5094 115074-a 5091 18 5073 1 + c 6103 19608916104 216091-1T6105 22Gl00ji 8 5094 2860985095 215110105098 255119k 111 5103 266122I 125102 285118 141 5088 29 5112 15 6076 30 6lV7 Total 132547 Average for September 1908 5098 Average for September 1907 3902 Increaso 1196 Personally appeared before me this Oct 2 1908 U D Mae lIIen1 business manager of The Sun who Hiring that the above statement of the clrculaUon of The Sn for the month of September 1908 Is true to the best of his knowledge and belief i My commission expires January 10 1912I= cO = = x TilE TIQKET i President AVm II Tafti a Vice Im Jon S Sherman 1 h Congress J M Porter j Cltjr Treasurer A It t City Jailer AVaUp nroGrou86I AWennert AY T Miller itY Sjj AYrlls Wills Lack U S And n W Cornelison- Councllmcn I First ward John AV Ilebout second ward Mike t AV Ilebout second ward John Hock third want C M Biker fourth ward J TJ AVnnncr fifth t wnnl T ts Ford sixth ward 11 I 8 Hnmctr I School Trustees First ward I William If 1oorc Second ward I J K Uondurnntj Third ward O II Starks Fourth wand Ed Hubbanl Fifth ward K S Morris long tcruiJ U Me Queen short term Sixth ward i II r IL Trcodmijr long term AV i Klcloiiun short term- ANNOUNCXMENT I I r Cotat Clerk orUed to announce r ndldate for re- T iC1r of the ect toI i 1ii rlrc w w 0 1or London oct291eIlooterdtLllad fat slgdlQed Lh lik prlvileforp supposed Hiat he will take out On ROMO fiWNIWE tlWl L1 y Wl1iI0 QWJ a dfnQreCrin Jr2p i r Live tomNA s- rt JAIt K11- oa lwrAT1 II ilJIiersiJ i tlj r P 121 RApI city attorney In order to wln the vclt printing another term and then used the same Influence to have the repre sentative devote his whole tlmo In a vain effort to put the printing con tract In the handsof the clt cork the paper that denounced a sheriff for asking for bide on public work Instead of turning It over to that paper at an excessive taco de dares that thousands of dollars have been dumped into this state by the Republican committee Ths same paper four weeks ago was proclaim Ing with glee that tho Republicans have mx money But when Bryan saw Kurflnlah die Bryan who put Standard Oil Haskell In as trcasuroi of the national committee and Most Wetmore of the tobacco trust as chairman of the flnanco comnrlttce Bryan said tho Republicans would buy the election That was the cue Day before yesterday Kern said th same thing about Indiana and men tloncd a mans name and the mad railed him a liar before ho sot through speaking The Democrats have money this year It Is time for them to tell the bums and moochers that the Republicans have money Then Uu bums wJll go to tho Ropirbllcam for money and be refused That will make them rcand they will return to the Democrats and be pleases with csrti contributions 0 politics Is aloyeyi study from the Inside But peae please spring something new this yearao OLLIB JAMES OX NIGHT IUDIXC Oo Jniv Mil l at Murray The Republican party has brought about the condition which row pro wails fn tho dark tobacco district the hunger tthe Tagged conditions of the people Tho ofght rider as well GovernorII party governor 1hou d have come here as Governor Patterson went to Reelfoot lake to restore order but Instead ho came with the trust bannerII 0LION CHARLES RIEED It Is not because he had four Unset been honored with the highest office Iin the gift of his neighbors In Padu cab that Cot Charles Reed Is mourned toda It Is not because ho was a soldier It Is not because he wile a successful man of affairs It lis because of those traits of character which made It a delight fofhls neigh bars to honor him that made It possi ble for him to be a gallant roldlor and a successful man In a business that requires constant contact with t the public that he iV missed and mourned IIPerhaps no man confined with Ill ness ever was more Inquired abont in Paducab than was Charles Reel lie was mlesed at his accustomed haunts Those who missed him felt a ass at lhis absence f fHe was not only possessed of the courage that makes a sldl randmakes one desirable tor reelection to a ptibllc office Dot onlytwas he genial othoN1butIlls fellow men His social attributes were not merely superficial Distress was always an Imperative call to harle Reed Particularly were hiss old comrades In arms tbo objects of his care and solicitude but no case of troube or destitution failed to win t kindness from him Through a1tI ong life he lies been known to the people of Paducah and the true gal- Gr his character has nevor worn thin by contact In all sorts of weather lie lived just the sort of life that suited him and almost to the day of his death he was behind the desk In the loteII He will aa few arc mlseedII IOVERNOR1 HUGHES AND THE PEOPI4E Grady a Tammany state senator U eported as saying In a campaign speech that Governor Hughes puts Iraself on a moral pedestal far above 1 e I da bad break for Grady and regarded as oompH 1teud0 o people The fact Is hlmsof1fastmJyfr t aest lawabiding elS rta set tort and crooked an the4residoa t m 11J1lhY with its train a 11fedfanill I J Yyaqor limy lor iboli ilon why our Ion I growing to rnpdly Is nU1MofMofMofn1 cane our prices are eo 1dependQ1 Cu tollersback season lifter i Why Hotlet U3 wake YOU suit SOLOMON The Taia I i 522 BronwaYII Uncle SanIf somebody wouldonlj chloroform him and let me have a much needed reltlHar pers Weekly I s aAS TO ELECTORAL VOTE 8- R k KXNAVXVVXNViXV VXVXSXXXVS I I IKansas City SlnrII I He nlI not the people Ili ouch l stale vrll nic j choose a Vet of electors of most of whom tho have never heard What will the electors dot They wHl assemKo In their state rapitaU on the second Monday la January and ballot for prealdeent and vicepresident t Each of those as eembles U called an electoral coHogo There are as many electoral colIoKoa as there arc states Tho territories and the District of Columbia have no presidential vote l Suppose a candidate should Jolie tween the November olewtion and Ih dale of the aseemWlng of the dire ttbra college electors would probably te ITheInstructions from a natlonaV conT9nton or front jecogntxeil party leaders In 1872sNtn Gretsleyl the minority candidate died after tfaS election his lutes were scattered Six Georgia electors for Instance voted I for B Crantz Brown and three for Greoley Tho Grceley votes worn rM Jeqted by cot4greas Thomas X lion drlclo and Brown divided tho vote that bad been Intended for Greofey tho voting what Is doneI IAflerrtlnoJ copy Is tent by epocinl moengor to Washington On the second ednesday In F H ruary con gross meets to count the votes and to announce the election If there Is a dispute over the o4r tdrafr vote of certain staiN 13 then was la 1S7C what Is done In 1837 congress enacted a law provldlnc that if doubtful returns should bo sent In the one chould bojI received which has the certificate a state trMiuira appointed to canvas the votethat is It Is left to Mat authorities to decide whether the ele toral votes arc cast by electors dni chosen How are the number of electors for each state chosen Each state has as many as It has senators and representatives Roes tho constitution prescribe how electors must be chosen T Sp ll leaves this to the states Are llogy not always voted for on a BPnaraOtokot T They happen lo be now But rf Ic lslaturb may provide different nn 1S7C the Colorado legktuIC hote the state electors llr Thojjwre Wat son raid tho other day that under the lawwof Georgia IIfjjitd ticket re ceives a majority rtr Georgia the choice of electors Is thrown Into the lelslatwo In lSOS Michigan vote on Its filffors by congressional dl trctflj ltfw do states liomrInca split nelr electoral votes Oecaslonary a popular eector will receive enough complimentary votes to elect him even if his fellows on tho ticket aro defeated Sometimes mis taks In marking ballots WIll result in a divided electoral vote in a close state What determines the date of the ational election In 1815 congress prescribed that It lbe herd on the Tuesday after tho flflrat Mondul In Y riitUrlletu that time porn t a istates hold lections Vliij days Ifr If rnlfit provldceahptOv lityl eerlyN surance thereon 2Total loss J JSO votel T ailed less J2017J a mnjorltjpf ach stnlq caPtJi Nuggets J been thrownIt YoU thoughtver y4ed round to loo JcfrbeI pre4tionf tar a srr fleorIi rtcd president by- Jf you Karll mor f puar volOiTc eyca would bo sodrew Jackson had see to keep tho 136 over J Q AttanlaI ConstlP8 rtPO r CIOVIi ty of nearly IfarrUon ftiucnton vr hCI 1 jI h 1 J t ton iiy riotcs rnUier limit tJ dtttvli popular vote YOJL Eectlon by states Is probably fairer to tho country as a whole Otherwise sornc limited section ot the country would acquire undue In llnencee Thus the nmnnfaoturlaR state of Pennnylvanln may give as blise a Ifopubiicau vote as It pltnsei but It can dollyepnonl thirtl tour electoral vote iOndcr the pretest system no president ran be chosen who bait not giipportew In about half tile Matey of the Union TOBACCO NEWS Vlrkllffo SilN Out Thomas ledge of Henderson representing tile English markrt Ixnuiit 100 hogFheailB nil that renMrla ol the llanf and fccpnds at YifckliRtt rom the Ihntcri Iroteotlw a Mrta then for 736 Murray TohiIS MarketI t Qno huntJ gd ajid tfxty tingdtoks knvo been rid no6 1 it woe lta n ortCa owJtj Tlrne oTici 1adueahioruak and as vs nqjit liuiKirtant bulletins at headquarters nqlly you araIkindly requested to call and thorn over It will keep you In touch with the situation JfoUco of speak ngs rhnngc of dates etc and other information that will be IInteresting II C HUOX a SsvTelephone 2CC old 1400 ne- wChrysanIIietnum5t In Cut Blooms from 50c to 300per dozen Also in Pot Plaits Cut Roses Carnation Dutch Bulbs New lot ofmetal designs just re ceived Telephone your wants to SCIIMAUSBROTHERS i Both Thanes 192 I I DECOY LETTER Cnncludctl from Flwt 1aKO tnatlon as to determine the oaken UIMU this course The general Impression among the ofllctM ant enlUtcd men and poise IRon Is that tlie great iimjority of the murdomrs of Captain Itankin aro now boat close prisoners and stet their work hero It rapidly dwwHng to n dose No Information has an yet been secured as to when and whore It IIs tho intention of the fifllrvrn to take their prteonore Twcnton morn wore brought In by tho icoutlntj partiestShortly after ho ltad loft camp on along hike to TfO Major J n Horton off MoimrhlB r portcj lto Ctol1 one Tntom over the i lflphojio and nvhed ipermlArion to rontluuo his tmtrrk to Obtoa This lrmIQII wee granted and In giving Major Horton Mil orders Colonel Tat m ral4 Shoot nay man o01i Ieo with a flask OB without cnllluk him to halt and shoot to kill mmpUtattees In the aejghborliood of Oblou and henrp the orders Amosj the Important wltriwuNw horn alto willlf fie tWIll not already done to oklfy More the grand- fur a Wither Plcaan n former reitidentl of Oblon county but now a- rtrn of McfcHe A i ws In Ws Hrat ease of r4ght Hd log HI this county the burning of Huriiikn fith docks at Sanrtiir on the mail of April 11 that Mr Pleasant lino in asliOUsantiy clow Contact ath the night riders Ile au caniplng nar the nh dock at tin time IK a lima plank hut and was aroossd from Jilll seep by thfl helmoarmed and thiowlnit op w tho win dow of the hut wiMned the nwreudofn that he would ktl th flhrt nan who olfrfvd him lAnoanl iolenco Some of the night riders marks hal liooome dlmrrniiKid Thor made no ftttempt to a 1jm t these 11l1li1111 when Mr Ieaaeat iIlf4rod straight Into their faces Mr Pleasant was i iira and roared iu this county and rIculn boyhood has etlJhtiorl Ones Ho undoubted reco nlzeilii tome of the riders on the night of AprU 11 rIn Old IVkln Ii has earns p ipa hat lode those lOiCwaftfi ti lug their tnidlO salt I itng Influincns to th very gal of the city The link Ing KIBW loX topleel l from E hoo1 parade urouMltt and snvdaojinwith 110150 Of Ittttlo Biill flnilin till ntr pol with tholr foreign 11m foniiB rifka and sentryhnxee InlI t Please aIo not get off our cars ficins toward ths- ro3rjNSVER alight unless you arc facing towardof tlk iroiitt if thtcirde 1 11 4H Tlifl ijdrngrrnu5 for a ninn Moreno fern illnnn II f b 3 r A gttlc4 tcphatkvard to get your Imlaiicc Your foot caunltt in vour skirt YOU ar under tlio car I rrvfi i A Yr Hcmciribcr this tho NEXT time you cct off Harm t t t may cohetoyouothcnvlsc t to Jt r I Food is more tasteful healthful and nutri tious when raised with i ti t JJ- J tOTAL r I B3iUGL p POWDER 1 The only baking powder 1 t 7iGrupeof Tartar bl 1JMode from Grapu IIL viitt ijuaripr hate coDsfyn Ml It lo iUUviiiv w1 puvj sirrts rankest i y brVkixl draiiiii now v nni ct n11 iho principal gdes the taper Inn at+ rtto list accentuate tae darkn M of former dmjt have ben replaced lg olertrtr taM travttftinti Is no kmcur left lto tho unclded efforts of parish- iotaII and ally broiiKhMiM and Jte rikelias pty In the plnee of sedan- ebsdrv atJ eprtoglow carts awl put te buBUKiRrt of stumble she cad de ttgn ao being provided fflr this vattl croa govrwHwit omoenIoIIdotl Tlmns The Inllli ullldllItII Sir Jtwsluh Ilkrd Itrelnlf of Sn tfntelM wys In iW JnmnT HmlxtH tftht those are few Mit thirtn horn dtjcl the llaorl wbehloe1or cannot extricatet hlmeelf tlninkv lm A 1 1bsolu1 rely 4JI mnp 10 the devotees cnsfuBly IHila a roast power In tniiKlc once cuhnitt1 that ho mull wnlKjn water and went to the bench with H purl terIdoli Do mt truly be11evs I can nalk oit the MiterT Ito iwkrtl ttiotn Yeirl1 Yea his relfowi tYlrdl withsire votoaIoctt ft Teen thorn IMHO neat for tno Ui do U the thltif oTvifJed nnd rw turrnl 1t 1t foKownl tgr tho awedJ uathee t1tf1 of Tlmnk 4 iThe rtmirr of MeOhorJ ittttl nlftnIfrlradaI 3 I s t oft1 1 nephew a tadx7LLY1Ar IfrAt J Gas Coke Gas Coke 4 Puy Your Supply Now at Reduced Prices Ihrill to n laruOBiipjiJvHjnt ImS nwuruiilnlHl jjtiitjijr Iliti nt mti cnpnrily bra bwotdo nvittaxoil ro stork lump aid rlllilll tko1 wtlllol MI 111 up to Nul 11t 4 t tlolivcied at rutmiUcu within OUt milt of K tit works at Wduced 0 jriucuf iiiiik CoUo Ho pot Ijimliul- CriiMhucI Cotcu Vis poi hiittliul sp4cln nrlcoMtrn InrttuOr durn JiuCoko K via tho snout lunt with the Itant dirt ash or labor of any known solidl fut 1lionc No 1IIJ- I I I iclucah Light mcl Power Co Icorporslek I l r t I J IXI NOTICE w 414II Persons wishingI to aidI ttheJ finnncialI condition of ttheI Prtducah Public Schools can do so at prevent most effectually by paying their taxes duo now to the city treasurer which will he prorated promptly to the school fund and there will1 he no necessity for closing the schooir if the citterns will pay thir taxes promptly CITY OF PADUCAH lit 4 By Alex Kirklnd Audildr 1 Approved James P Smith Mayor 4 lr r4H J TO WOMEN WHO RWJof I I 1 t t I lCoI iI ri 5 YE+ j 113 i ACCIDENTS CAM m AnsoiiUTEby PREP VENTEI pV INTELUICENT COOPERATION OF tHE COMPANY AND ITS PATRONSIe I r I r 1 tt t A t r I 1 i Ii p t t1Ll JrnN 11illttI ti n it The Padlucah Traction Company Incorporated OoWt ifel LHfOlby Stone fi Whaler f fLh x vl 1TIliRSnt1 OCTOBER m0TIlEPADUCAH 1EVENING SUN i redo FOT 4 r trauwireweq wnat re we trrI ii IVoarc BO nuenls fgr FRANK MPRINDLE iis CO Now YorK ImparternotiTHE MAISON VIOLET vcojaf Pnrls Franco Itno of Perfumes Soaps and Sachets Anibro Royalo Extra Vlulctto Cytlsc Farnosc Ncldur Ilosanilncj Jasmin Cyclu fcnJJ Bldwell BIdxvell Cot r 1J J t tIxmnster glandv1-I I t v81r Tooth Heir and Nail bushes c I N Ce ft P e f A rcs t Drugjzlata Doth PlionwH 711 Fifth and Broadway Night bell nt side door I tTHB LOCAL DEWSSS- Dr a t qilbprt osteopath 440 Broadway Phone 19C yklt Pages short order restau rant 123a6qh Second Forr sfor real cstato agents for 1IY1 I1 fr nil rltrtcoWallc at1ulley Umbaugh32jr1 Kentucky avenue Veterinarians Farley Fhthcr f 134C oIda 3 1ntiwllospltal 429 South Third All kinds of fall bulbs also re l liable lawn grass teed at Brunsons t 629 Broadway Manicuring halrdrcslng scalp treatments and massaging lola Flihcr Cll Kentucky phone 1852 Linen markers for tale at this office City subscribes to The Dally i IbeJrIftt 1 papers stopped mutt notify our col t lectors or make tho requests direct to Tho Sun omco No attention will bo paid to such orders when given to carriers Sun Publshlag Co Flower liots flower pots flower lots delivered M1 J Yopp Seed Co Old Phone 243 new phono 477 Prpf anti Mm Mahlers chit fillthen clash Hi Dohmrtf Dancing and nvi the Womans club rooms For adults dances and private Ipfsone address or i iSamJh Rcnfro t tnod ExltI Davis wore arrested this tnorulng tby Patrolman hessian for using Insulting language I TrafW pile flros causedI the fire FteI dopartnuDt lo make two runs since IAU built k tratM PIld111 ItIttSterdlJt 1 atwtour MnJluoni lUrrimn t anI Fifth streets thrrotellld huiifCR Alderman Ed liars Wan trolled lax 13 and companies Csios 3 atilt 4I answered This morn Ins it traihI pHo at SOT South ThlrJ KtriHit lire and throatoncd svcaught oral 1 Flro companies Nos 1 and 4 6t Kuljbod the blaze Tome row afternoon at league park tho lurrsy football team and Iho ol vlQot ibo Iaducah Athletic club on the gridiron t- large oro itt will attend as both aro I strong team SiillwI nor CUy Tnirs l City Solicitor Jamoa CampbnJIl Jr returned1 last nlsht from lou IIIIII whom bOfltel a olnlm In the federal court for bltek taxes due tho city from Iho Mor cnthawHorton Biskoi I company Judge Walter Evans will t t t otmsldpr tho petition bcforo rendering e I e a doclslonJ f lloniN for Sale For A client we offer for sale the following first tnortKURo bonds viz Maynolil1IVatet Light Co 2 t1000- Johankiu Mfg Co SCO- ODadovIJoOa iHhool lbonds 2500 All neajjjng 6 Pw r rent Interest CrygENT 61 VINGS BANK a i Old Homestead I Horehound Cough Drops b ttijsyVo tile host remedy we know for + lhoto slight ltutan noyhif cbuKhRf which almost all of us haw thcsdcarly fall days Our grandmothers know their business when they said Iiorchound for light coughs because Its ef fective yot harmless being t t1free from drugs add a litho i sugar to iimki It lash good Old HomefttocTd i Is tho kind grandma bunt her reputation on 4IJ t L1rq dIt lIfJf V 1 A d t11ig fag 5c 4 fiilterts Drug Store i 4th and Broadway- hither Phono No 77 Get It at Gilberts oy HON CHARLES REED Continued from page one until lawas 12 years old when sir eumstancce conipejlcd hint to quit his lii + wlhmI i fnA bcKln work Ho bo clinic an apprentice ln iho fobarn trade and there hIS habits of In dustry and ability weroshownt Although the civil war broke out when hfe was only a boy he enlisted In tho Confederate army and served throughout the war lie was In the battles of Shiloh Corinth ant Har rUburg and his record for bravery was never questioned Ills first ucr vlco waaundor General Lloyd Tllgh man as a member of tho Third Ken lucky regiment with Brcckcnrldgoa division tail later ho was with Gen raidsIlhroughThe close of the war found the young soMlcr with a record of loyalty but without financial means With his native energy ho predominated over J circumstances and became associated In tbuslnem with Jol n Seg nfelte with whom ho opened the European hotel of Paducah a pioneer hotel This effort was succcraful but in UXS he was associated with Hobbi Morton teed In a largo woolen manufacturing plant With this firm reltllJdflrst Jovo andh purchaseda half In latest in ho New Richmond HouwJ and a few yrarslater was proprietor of tho hoto About 22 years ago I- IInd Mr 8ogenfelter began the erec ton of the Palmor House and offer ttftWI I the start he has Liven connected ivlth I the hotel and his wide acquaintance and ahtllty in caring for the tran sleet trade made the hotel ono of Hit loading hoit lrcs In Kentucky Soy oral jx irft ago tho house was made inodorn In every respect and Colonel1 Reed was ttll president of tho oomI pant that owns the building Al though unnbo to manage tho bust ness Colonel Reeds genial face has boon seen behind tho dock until re cently when he was taken Ills IMIItlrnl Cite er- in IIIII I politics Ootonel was a 1lIorri 1881 ho was elected to tho roundI several times March 21 1S81 h becamel Paducahs fifth mayor when he defeated Meyer Well for tho once Ills record was such that In 1883 he defeated the lato J It Smith father of Mayor James IP Smith tor tho office and In 1885 ho was honored with a third term and two yearn later his fourth term In the last mayoralty raco Colonel Reed listened to tho appeal of friends and was a candi date for tho Democratic nomination of mayor but owing to his health withdrew from tho taco before tho primary He was a publicspirited citizen and took an active part In Paducahs welfare Colonel Reed was a member of tho Knights Templar anti several other social ordors He was also a member sf the Confederate veterans Ier haips ho had the widest acquaintance Df any man in tho city as he had the iblllly and opportunity to draw Friends Ho was a charitable man and although his gifts for benevolent lpurposes were many ho made no ostentations display of his charities Captain Wade Brown has placed tho flag on the city hall at half mast ITalt and Bryan I Troyiavr Y Oct29UpthDran and Taft are continuing their tfour of Now York state The Influence of tho presence of the two candidates Is shown In Increased Interest in tho political battle Both candidates pro less the greatest confidence of carrying the stale Taft In his speeches today declared the real issue Is whether there Is anything In Reese I volts administration to make a ijhango nccossary Bryans1 speeches nro largely appeal to tho laboring classes V you DONT HAVE TO WAIT ser dole maktiyoa fetlbtlter Lu Po keep your whole Inildti tight Sold on the noatybtck pUa tTcrywntrr met W cent IXJWIM Called Hurt I Little Cypress Ky Oct 29 Silo cial while riding a horse yesterday I little owls Cattrell G Caraold caught his foot In a wire fence and was dragged off his mount The boy was Jiot Injured severely by the tlinll Dr E R Goodloe dressed one Injury to his right leg I I IN SOCIAL CIRCLES Kntcrtnln Church Club Messrs Fred Stelnhauor Elmer Nclman and Ernest Kreutzer with en GormanlIJutheranlire drib room The entertainment will bo of the nature or a Halloween celebration and the pastlmea wilt too appropriate All members of tho club are Invited Mr mid Mrtf nlckcK ifccoptloi twU IMiiied Until Monday t Mr and Mrs Louis M Rickey re ception for this evening In honor of i Mr and Mtr James Calhoun Rleke has been ijKJstponvd until the evening of Monday November 2 out of re spect to Mr Charles Reed whose death occurred last night I Mast a Iliviitnii Jive Pifity Puny Mfteej Ora and Elizabeth Brenton of iSOS South Eighth street entertained a number of their friends last evening at their home Music and games were enjoyed throughout the evening A delightful luncheon was served late The house was beauti fully decorated with palms ferns and cut flowers A colorscheme of pink emPhajlIltedwere Misses Martha Taylor Fannie itamage Halite Russ Resale Green Stella Ross Ruble Sulver Jcttle liarI per Urn McCarty 2ra Elizabeth I IUdl1BiiI1IIo fronton Lillian Mentre Doo Bourtand Luis Miton Leroy John Farr ArthurI llourland Charles Hcrdy Mac Gro pan Mr and Mrs R D Wllktns I Mrs Charles Wilkins lralarrBrenton I WOIIUIIIH Club Beets This Afternoon I The Woman club Is meeting this afternoon at the club building COS meetJIngI Mon IIs under the auspices of the Civics department The program Is an attractive one and features talks on civic beauty and some musical selectionsIlallmrocn I NightJHatflcld will entertain with a Hal lowoen Janet at the Decker homo nghtlTheand wear gingham aprons and sun bonnets Tho gentlemen wilt fool masked and wear overall and straw I I hats 1 Ului Ito 1Isllor rho Cbntlug lYcek eoX loco will be given Wednesday evening November 4 at the Three Links building by a number of thoII young men of tho city In honor of tho young lady visitors In Paducah I JfjirrliiKo of MLvi WIlllaniKon to Mr jOnwfunl Annoiinml The approaching marriage of Miss t Rebecca V WHliameon to Mr Wil Jam 41 Crawford Is announced The popular young couple will be marred J at the Fountain Avenue Method ist church November ID- MlM Williamson Is the daughter nf Mrs Jnnnlo Williamson of 1C01 TrlmWei street Mr Crawford holds a valued position with tho firm orl Hank Davis on lower Broadway I They wll leave Immediately after the ceremony for Nashville Tenir An Knjoynblp P rty t Mrs kl K Burkam entertained a small party enjoyably at her home 1134 Madison street last evening Music and refreshments helped toc make the occasion one of unusual I pleasure Among tho guests w reii J Mr and Mrs A J Roth Mr and lralIIgnrI Robertson Mrs Richard Callssl andI Mrs Meehan Mrs M Kllkoyne the I Mlfsos Della Mullarkey lola Fished and Louise Detzel and Messrs Thom as Rldgcly James Ward F H Flan t ngon Henry Mangle U J Feeny and Dr B I S ISI ltkr I itlm In Honor of Bride and iroum I i 11rend Mrs Jake Wade enter tamed u number of their friends on I Wednesday evening at their home on I North Tenth street with a reception In honor of Mr and Mrs Arthur I Wade whose marriage occurred last week The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion In a color scheme of white and green Punch I was served In the reception ball toy Mine Ethel Owen assisted by Misses Beatrice and Henrietta Ford In the I wasjenMrs Brown lira Arthur Mable Mrs Plato Snoed Mrk Allen Gray Mr and Mrs Henry udro Mr and Mrs AJolph Thomas Mica Mabe Edwards Miss Saline Talky Mis Ethel Owen Mrs Amanda Strew lrC- J Howell Mr L Z Drown Mr Henry Glore Mr W M Gnnaway of Chicago Dr I H George Dr A Ili Logan Mr Joe Marshall r11ImittI1 I The marriage of Mlns Clara Moyer and Mr William G Wyatt was sol emnized last Wednesday evening Oct 21 at S30Tho bride Is tho beautl 118AE1foerJ never looked more beautiful gowned In a blue tailor suit The groom Is a popular young brakeman of Paducah Ky Mr and Mrs Wyatt will leave Sunday over the2lS N C train for Paducah Ky where they will their future home They have them friends In the city who will with I Sunltrallrltnl Heiri Iv t90tWU vecaplaldat i4 teaaitiioppi WHAT CAUSBS NUJ1lIIII irnitiwt European Authority on Skin Dlscnscs Says Its a emi The old Idea thntdandruff Is scales of skin thrown off through a fever ish condition of tho scalp Is exploded Prof Unna Hamburg Germany European authority onkln diseases ThoIgermsapping the vitality orthe hair at the l root The only halr prtmaratlon that i kills dandruff girm8tJs Ncwbros youIrGmovedandruff but 8topsjfajifng hair and permits a luxuriaritBriwlli Delight fill hair dressing IsoliJ by leading I druggists Two zeeb6Ue anti 100 Send 1th In sWmpSfosamp1e to The Herplclde Co De trelliJIICh R W Walker Co Special AgentsI rfover on hIs return fromjChattanooga to visit his fathertheRev W K Cave ciiii Miss Sylvia Callssii93S Madisbn stretl left this morning for Grnham fQpndsMr1 J t of Bettis l l CaIVrlCIII ITho R v G T jSfiUJhran left this for Parlrjiffcmi to spend DollingIMothodlit church 1r I IMiss Sallie C BodyKln returned to this1morning I Mrs G T Sullivan of North Seventh streetMr W J Clark wenl to Dawson Springs this morning on business Col w F Kattcrjdhn went to Cedar fluff this morning Attorneys Henry Hughes and Dennis Mocquot returned from Princeton last night aftor a business trip Mr Earl Weaks who Is a student in tb medical department of the University of LoulsviKe Is In the city on a viet Ho will returh Sunday and resume his studies Mr Wcaks Is a senior and will bo graduated In June Mrs C F Flint of Lowes who hO1pltalj I Miss Mary K Sowell of 1325 Broadway went to LoulsvlUo today to visit relatives- Attorn C C Grassham left at noon today for Louisville on legal business Mrs John J Berry of 1614 Jefferson street went to Louisville today to visit relatives for a Tcjw days Attorney Jack Fisher of Denton legalrkbuslnesslids Pa- ducah this afternoon to visit Mrs It E Plumleo tier sister Mayfield ilonltor Mr H P iMcElrath jbf 1C25 Jet qrsqn strut Is recovering from a weeks Illness of malarial fever i Mr T J Stahl who has been at the Riverside hospital for three weeks was removed to ltKe residence of Dr E Bi WUlIngham near Wallace 1 park this afternoon i orthllxthon a visit I airs Emma Wetland and daughter tiles Maud Wcllahdof 44Tc North I rUth street left today for Blrm ngham Ala for a few days visit with relatives Mrs Welland and itlss Welland will then go to Louisii ville where they will makethelr fu1 lure homeit i IHOT StlPKHSTITIOXS It Is only the Ignorant and unlearn evenlluchlie has always been careful that the nccntra cradle of tho Hohcnzollerns I houd be used for each Infant member of his family In succession This cradle Is over two centuries Id and Iist of curiously carved blach oak It Iis supposed to protect the baby who sleeps In It from convulsions and other childish ailments Italy lies also a remarkable superstition Vf Is boieed that dire mla ortune will befall tho present mon arch If the chamber of the dead king lie Interfered with till at least two generations have passed Therefore the room of the late King Humbert It the Qulrnal Is shut no one except members of the royal family being permitted to enter It Thus it will remain rllent and unused like the apartment of King Victor Emanuel King Humberts father which is Just IlI It was at the tlmo of his death some 30 years goTlt flitstt 111111II KiirupcV Richest Royul I It IIs tint generally known that the I mperlnl tamllY of Russia Is tho rlchl at royal family In Europe and de rlvCS its vast wealth rein three sour- sea the state Teaeury the Imperial domains formerly church Panda ind Oho socalled cabinet proper Jes A writer in Harpers Weekly gives tomo Interesting facts The state tirasur pays out J7000QOo per annum for tho nocds of tho Jm lerlal hbueo principally for the maintenance of the palaces and the offl dads and servants attached to thorn The irolignlns empress for example has an allowance of JWOOHX1 per year and the dowager empress the same Every child born to the czar receives from birth to the ago of 21 rearly 2iOjpOO a year whho the heir to tho throne receives annually la ad lltlon tothe maintenance of palaces 5VWW Daughters receive a dawry ot lHWTOOQO rubles when they marry Feminine Uucalf ic- sClaraBut my dear it Is a secret L vowed on my honor never to tell j Marls Well Im listening 1 Try the 8Ba for lolt We r NEWS OF COURTS t Marriage Licenses IUbie Cooper and Jettlo Davis In Circuit Onto No sessions of circuit court are be big hold now and tho cases on the weoktfromhear the petitions of Former Mayor Yelser andrrr Cliy Solicitor James Campbell Saturday asking that city election officers be compelled to allow them to register and vote as residents of tho city la Police Court Patrolmen iLlge Cross and William Johnson were on tho scene a little too quick tp catcha crap game In tho loft of a tabo jC8tcrday at noon for according to the statements of thq negroes the game was lust starting when Mr Cross poked his head through the hatchway and to use crap game vernacular caught the dice before the negro who wanted Ito shoot a nickel was faded As consequence nine happy smiling darkles walked out of police court this morning free Other cases were Breach of peace Glb Park continued to November 7 Breach of ordinance Evcrette Hale 10 Fugitive from JUltlCo IR K Lancaster continued until FrI- day i EARTHQUAKE IS FEARED ON BANKS OF THE MISSISSIPPI Capo Glrardcau Mo Oct 29 Residents of this region on both sides or the Mississippi are greatly alarmed fearing a great earthquake Is coming They have felt several shocks and recently a landslide carried hundreds of tons of earth Into tho river Now the earth Is cracking They fear aret- urn of tho earthquake of 1811 which rocked the Mississippi out IU bed and caused a terrible landslTtle Warrant for Physician Health Officer Dr H P Sights physicianthisor diphtheria on the north side Tho warrant will be served this afternoon y Patrolman Cross National W C T U Officers Den rar Colo Oct 29Mrs J1I fan M N Stevens of Portland Me was unanimously reelected president- of the National Womens Christian Temperance Union Other officers were elected as fof J tows e Vice PresldcnUULarge Miss Anna A Gordon Illinois reelected t Correspondmg Secretary I III Frances P Parks West Virginia Recording Secretarjv Mrs EUza- beth IVcston Anderson North Da kota reelected Treasurer Mrs E P Hutcherson nooLII General Branch Secretarj Miss I Ihena E O Moshcr New York elected reII oral Temperance LeagUO Miss Margaret Wintringer Illinois elected PAY TIIACHEHS nETTHll I Tho scarify of teachers of women I teachers Is but the further working I outlorToflndlng greater rewards In buss ness lira We know of women teachers right here In St Paul who have In the summer vacation equaled their ventluretomorjrol fartteaching1 quirements And then the salary Isl 140 for ten months Whereas the stenographer after six months stulyjI or less can command tO for twelve Itdsllehasi alwy schedule of the local teacher Itfrho clUesSt Paul and Chicago niend to maintain n school system whIch stall serve the peope must pay the teachers salaries somewhat similar to those commanded In theI business worldSt Paul Dispatch Jr Cunl of Th nk8III We wish to o tejBdaiwt qrtfelt thanks to aJVolirI f fnds and nc j bors who so kindly assisted its y ng the illness and death of ourfo loved eon James Robert also forv JwauUfu floral offerings MR AND MRS JAS B EVITl The Paducah Medical and Surgical j society will meet at fg oclock tonight 1 la the office of Dr John G Brooks Trueheart building DrII Brooks will rend a paper I LADYWANTED 11d1toand domestic dress goods watstlngs trimmings etc among friends neigh bore and townspeople We prefer a woman who has a trade already worked up Should be able toern251Q- or more weekly Dealing dec from the mills our prices are low and pat terns exclusivetNo money required Yrtte us for full pltfll tri t Standard Dress Goodot 1007tl9- t71 JMaghampton N- r 1 = m THERE R Heaters Heaters 5Y 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 improvements over last season Take a look J GEO 0 HART SONS CO Incorporated r WANT ADS Babsaibera inserting want ads in The Sun will kindly remember that All such Items arc to be paid for when tho ad b Inserted the rule applying to every one without exception BEDSTLADSstoves andothe furniture for sale 918 Broadway FOR SALE Linen markers at thl V office FOR RENT Six room house with bath G31 Jefferson 25 FOR dtENNTA 4room brick cot tags Apply G20 Kentucky avenue PURE SWEET MILK and cream for sale Phone 4GGa LET SOLOMON clean and press your clothes 522 Broadway old phone 523a WANTEQPosition as bookkeeper Satisfactory reference Address I V this offlto THE ONLY Rood and coal yard In- Use I city Johnston Fuel Co Phone 303FOR RENTFour room house a 251 Kentucky avenue For parts ulars phone 65 1J E MOROAN horse shoeing general repairing rubber tires 108- Bouth Third BUY YOUR COAL of C MI Caglo illinois boot lump 12 coats Plttsbun lump 14 cents New phono 975 LOSTA 20 bill downtown Please return to L Sanderson Southern Express Co for reward VAaT tPcisltlo as grocery clerk Experienced References glv LID Address S caro Sun v FOR RENTTwostory frame residence 201 Fountain ave Apply to L M Rleke SALESMANI WANTED Experl ence unnecessary 100 per month and expenses Royal Cigar Co Chicago III IF YOU WANT Oak Stove or Heat- Ing Wood any time during the year and cut the length you want call 203 Johnston Fuel Co IF YOU have James Daffey to do tour cleaning and pressing your clothes will always look like new Old phone 338a IF YOU WANT Kentucky or Pltts burg coal that wil please you at reduced prices call 203 Johnston Fuel Co TURNING CHAIR posts calnln chairs general repair work Job n lutchcrson 52G South Fourth street Old Phone 1201 SHAVE 10 cents haircut 15 cents at Bridges barber shop Second and tVacblngton Olean towels for everybody ie WASTEDJoUty purchasers dlalllonds on easy payments ca J propolluoiBoo t gI l11ee FOR RENTItm3 10th i t i U use 4fBoth1 plumbing J A Rudjdr Mode way Jrodda WINTER PASTURE fo on Milo 1 Island 2 porCf iOi7luauu- A HAVJGOODSI made 4 t ytttii g cllppIng atagtlil- b iLouvenla Miller SCreel Old ph 1 g RCH tacoI curt Ihe del tbof tllrnci1J lhomtnlcetrU II app II aii 4SQU J D- Plea Pak ulja Mark uA the largest pUimbWi g hone ICtS Sixth streetollcet to to Mkeltl PItAor C shorthand aij1 cssfuHy taugZ jucah Central I IloneWANATEIlbe Slot lt for insur rlld map bettyxFxlHlltlf Qr 01I 1- age aI Metro ttiF- 4 It a r t arptr fl lal ssPo FOR RENT Furnished rooms for tight housekeeping 829 South Third WANTED A good cocondnarwl rot top desk J H n care Too Sum FOR SALE 10cow dalrrcon plete Old phono 93C ROOMERS and boarders wanted at 1 918 Broadway New phono 727 YOU KNOW you can getyour hat reaJsonablo buttrWyandotte cockerels Frank Burrows 424 North Fourth Now phone 1204 WE WASH lace curtains very care fully Get them cleaner and whiter than you could at home Star Laun dry Phone 200 tRENT1 downstairs and 1 upstairs room with board also could accommodate day boarders The lien nebergcr House 216 South Third- WANTEDRoom and boardforcouple or rooms for tight housekeep Ing modern Improvements centrall location Address B care of Sun YOUR LACE curtains hoed clean Ing You will make no n istnkAlt sending them to the Star Laundry Ihone 200 shetOnlythreesat ill 1 Monroe street DUDLEY HOUSE 408 North Third Just opened nice rooms first rdaWANTED You to know I do shoe repairing at reasonable prices My work guaranteed 427 South Third street n M DennisrFOR SAIEFlno combination buggy carriage and eaddo horsey new runabout with harness saddle and bridle Apply 620 Kentucky avenue LOST OR STOLEN =Brndlo and white spotted Bull Terrier pup crlp pre in right front leg Return or lot formation to J H Rudy Rewarded 219 Broadway Phone MADAME ROMAIINE palmca- rd reader will be hero threq daye longer Prices reduced to 25 cents Sunday ast day Hours 9vLR H Altos house 321 South Third SARMY1Ablebodied Ijagesi Ij perate habits who can srvwV Jfi and write English ForaB V apply to RccrrV1 SitRichmond HtL 7Kc a BOY W 1 03t t for on I 11CbanceJIf jd t 111 I k ea OIJJllltfroi 0 tlioct IJIi alllI1tle 1eew W01tata atkoanveau 1oreIteff fi lamr- J1Jnenk0111 QllrJarlOl8 w 0 artistDOUp qtbls red rrSlrJ eMyosnot haaY9 Harcu wrke arcuFirstclass a f r NaieiiaIE- ALING Il ft bestows fai Western Cea aiger HstlmatM trptf I x- atets r fio c i t t t0 Nf L N wiII f rm t 1t L rf a sputh r ofit ml tr IJ i d I PAGE sit THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNTtLUItSDceOCTOUIW R TJli WKLMXGTOV HOTKF WII I JnCkMtIIleakCi1 CHICAGO t 1 I IHClllotlrlttlI c riKims 100 with hath Single ru et UpwaltlsyOno of the must unlqiio ilinhiK ruoiiu In the country Our famous Indian Oifc Noted for MrvIco and cuisine lnalan nellel 3 amHay evernnlthM l rodeo Luboralnri plea Ilmailirar KcwYotk i VERil I 1 end Cmrinti 19 cool that I would not anbout them I WH tmubKd s crestl des l with tsklaerntarru I I shill etrtaml recommend then lo 107 4tt the bell lDedln I hate ntcrse I ks a nulnetl + boro ll1Na A ran r- ftlr 4 4- 4PBeni9 for va WmuII i1 I I cutov cemkane I I i I TueanodDofloodshrratekenI i inlc In bna The trnm l bn rtsnped COO 2natymlt U to career Tir money bactIc Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or NY 601 ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES Cumbtla SteelI to lleMime I I Johnstown Pa Oct 9Tht1 canhops of the Cambria Steel com1 n pany which have been Idle slice lAstII eprnK It WBS announced would reoC 1 fume work Thurtday with a fuJ complement of l Orders fiom the Harriman linesh is said ate sufficient to run the plant until the unit of the year at least I I Tko right kind of a man daoent havo to spend half his time looking for a JobII I Ticket omctti City Ofllco 430 IDElOTSI Btb Xoriou and Union Station I II IDclIU C II LT Paducah 75 aim- ry Ar Jackson 1230 m I 4y Ar Nashville 130 pm I Ar Mcmlll1ls 330 pm Ar Hickman 135 Imli Ar Chattanooga 927 pm I Lv Paducah 215 pm 1Ar XluhvUle 830 pm Ar Memphis 890 pm 4 Ar Ilckman S35 pm- ArChattancoga 241 am I Ar Jon 730 prn- Ar Atlanta 71fj an I Jt v v Paducah OOO pm to Murray 732 pm- Marlal e 915 pm lrrlfllltNashvilleu ilolloaII i ptt151 oil aof tgv4vC3 sd peplos iJc hC ah wt rile ay ftDtcmphcoeft s m- oy al 1 0115 ptuiUt ryatrI gear K A Y Jot rayVltlelTic et 1yrollat11tht1 a dtam etmt pg0atetlle iII lep- L Aajjii 4IRi I Cnt I imI- e4 tt overt JM 1XD t V r l thlI iI tU erut t I lGM t use I t h RAQL I MADISON SQUARE GARDEN CROWDED Taft Cheered Nineteen Minutes Iiy 4iidionoe MiisKicliusolls fimlir Talks In Ill halt of IJothjlliisliSt niiiltlTnft II Zl iliH ajt SOHUM I 1 I New York Oct 1 JJfliyItopub i faanffjortc fly ttvlchcd Naqibrnxvla4J Jifght 1n Wininm H tt1I1L Juid Clinrlca K HughtA oattdldute Tor gqr or JCcw York ujmkv from thosamp iplat- form l at Mndlton Sintno fjardnn to an audpM that niloJjhv onormon ampltheator Their nin oarancc nr Madlcon Square Garden came at tin Iced of a day which frym apolitical viewpoint was most remarkable During the day Taft spoke nt 14 meetings and lIughcs spoke 15 tintos e Madlsot usjSgnaT IE6 n giant parade tens winding Its wa in a downpour of rain down through the heart of the city These wore the lint until fealiirts of lhoay Itundlllg Oht1III1Id Iliurs boforc the doors of the gar l r WK thrown cpcn one JSncs or kot lioldors lid forniodu There Is to other structure In Now York D8hadobbecame apparent to the poJce that IIt would not have ppace enough for the hatrdreds gathered outside liy s oclock the pollee bad to bar alKex pt reecrvc seat ticket holder Senators IxHlge mad Dcpcw and State Chairman Woodruff worts each tc folved with oh ortf as he app area upon the plato rn General PdrforvvdialrnMn made a brief rpeeoh Jxwhlch he cons4dored tile Irmies of the campaign Ills pro dlotlon of the election of Taft and Hughes brought out prolonged cheers Iodgo aroused much enthusiasm anduirccc4ved a round of cheers when ho foretod tho election of Taft nextlandalluding to Biwldcst Hoorevelt as the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln SHtrcn Minutes fur Ilughes Straus was Intprupted by Uio 81t pismnce of Gorernpr Hughqs in the hail The crowd liprang to Its foot wuvinr nags thabajtid played a llvol air wulcli coud Kanify be heard and for sixteen minute hero was an up I001 ThQoxeli mir IpcreuFOti When lights roollhod t jllatform 3Ien acre standing on cjialrg throwing their pats Into tho nk and shotitlni at the top of their yokes Hughe stood entlllngy before thfe turbulent audienceWhen Porter Introduced Hughe 0 the next governor of NeYork there WM more cheering x ITbe governor paid 1 tribute to Taft laud then took up the Issues of time state campaign George A Kulplil of California wise the next speaker Nineteen MlniKcs for Taft It was two minutes after 11 when Taft arrived As soon as he was mcognlzod there wise tremendous thtprlisB which lasted nineteen mlji ujvxt Tit wowd slmtilMlTnft Taft IKIitniiiiiniK could 1x heard only wlt111 Iho cliwwlng tiled lown n bit Tart stood on tfio platform with n of niipr olatlon wrtathltiK ilia- faref All tho cheering wtlttmiPd mill uti after mlptito Tnft grewI mori slCJltIsimply cultured nioro cheers than ov ranCevoralilikiu mud nmillyobtalnwl com para the quiet Then ho Introduced Taft RS our next president and the thewlng was resumed When IIt stopped Taft started his speech Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Mas husetts ccvered In his speech nt TMIROU Square garden last night tad of both natlonall and start r He contracted ihe am man who moroy deuli In be 0VSvwIllJ Jo not own + dit t wastllanI tbrNn ratSeulator U IBB broiiKtit r fIC to his nudlonco that the rbL 18IIIC Is not b any meals 419Wony dormant Ind nrlgbt JuWouf tomerCo e rtes about coi litWhy la0P of braPICS f Ie i on oat k drTs Doetvmrnfy to flr r- OM 1ntrrests lalllcabii1 or I 522 1JIlJt i13 N COW1U fro froia r d I for on id dsr I ISJIt qaugh I- iNAL SAN It- CI JtY l08rrRY UWoooF ON S h o SSWAPER lIEDMiNYlee i eI Golofat 0ISON ANt 4rtce 3cdChor113E11 n x E 4 Sfi r THE EESQUIMO cats blubber The lumbermen cat pork The Norwegian fishermen live on cod liver oil These people are constantly exposed to cold and physical strain Experience has taught them that fatty foods give warmth and nourishmentFor have cold and thin bodies or are threatened with consumption or any wasting disease there Is no fat in So digestible and palatable a form as ScotKs Emulsion Physicians prescribe it Send this Jm11 rinenL Inwihrr with n me of IUKT in whkh II orfatLtrm Sod four ctnU lo rover t tltex you a ComrkU land Atlas of UK WorkT 8 SCOTT tit IIOXVNR 4X Pearl Street htxYOlk cauuot refrain from iiyiiiK flint out MldoftT find it iHfllrnitt to understand J why candidate for a high omcv 1 nvlorstoi state constitution Hut the Interest In tit governorship of Newt York I peViidonlrI to the Interest of III America n pcope in the nresldoncy It swlk This to duo partl to the great noss pf the state bill partly ntso and lu a Jars nmauro Iiin year to the character and aehlqvoiii nig of any ernor Hughes nod to th mire of the ionttat nwdo nRtiltwt hi n this1lonIot ino toM tall how coo tim ivofc to the cit sas ofother tate We sec hr Covtraor Hughe a Than who grcndorod agTeat nubile service In the Insurance InvMiigatlon We lee In him an Jife goveracr who j has l4bpredJ faMeMjvand unceajinffy for what fee btfteveA to tx right and In the bVt and highest Interests of the people mud of good govern iimnt j 1Ye may or may not 1I tree with nljj rftfvtowBI or poMclpj but this IB of ca hslPUrpoKtjhigh He is a man of duds h4I baa striven for what Is bOIl lie baa shown I a I great generosity ad proved his staunch WcpubUcantan ta laboring tar the national CIIIMI urea to the rneriflce of hla on iierional interest His defeat as we look at It would sliest atbew to tin Leek U ate of Amwkan politics and would say to every UHD atraiaclns for the right in public Its that whir and tucctM art to be fouuj In toe aims aDd ubvr rtflney to wfli interests and that I theIrkgbt1 snot I tYt York wilt permit such a mteuratfo message of diseourageiiMat and de feat to so forth to us on o fetloa itjt GovONlorlHughOS He fIotfe greet ir itloBsl fjfnre The dbuntYyadmlref htm He Ig able and honest He1 strong real amen WH ebtttet hm wide for an amiably young man who merely deals In generalities vhlh do not etn slhtsr- had whrt lies no record to irive Shah anoe of his future W of tie other tales profoundly totarert l In your deeMon onnnot boH VCt f pMsiblft We look to you IIv the peas of good imoitlat for the aka of heneity axti I decency and oll that Is r good re tOrt once morV to make governor of your great Eniplre tnt Oirfrte E Hugtee Xalloiuil KMIO Ii turn from tbe Mal to the na Lion and thorn too WP want to fcimj whit meagiir wx are to cxixrt and what JiiinHdotis mien Thin llit thn greatest IniRliui rllv if time tniid 111l08tII1i 1 In this tiii nnd in this uiiitp wmi More proof that Iiydla K l Ink hums Vegetable Compound restores women to normal health 1JJTM ilotA ro nhti of 315 SO- lgrist St tarsiis1CAngwrites- orIt J two years I suffered from the Tvor t formsof feminmo ills until I was almtft driven frantic Nothing butmor phine would relieve me Lydia E lnk medhealth and hnpplnesa1I1111 mo a well woman Every sick woman should benefit by my experience 1 FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN I For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Coninonnd untie front rootS and herbs bns ben tiro illfllandIt women iuo have been troublel with displaecmehts inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities ImcarI8gtlotll ornoiTousprostrUtioiiWhydoatyoutrjit I I IDtk nt Jicpttnto to write to Mrs IMiiKhftBi if there is anylMita- tniioitt your slcUncss yun do nut unH i luiiijl 1110 will trciit your I free IcttcrliiconliilcnccaiulnilvlNvyoii No ivom h ever regretted writing hfr and because of her t 11Itdt4 u I A- Ce 1 w c A itJY Turn the Light on the Other Hand JIMr Bryanl I I Ii I iI Mr Bryan seem to favor the publication of the contributions before the election but postpones the publication of expenditures till after that time I thinlv that the character of the expenditures is quite as important as the character and source of the contributions WiUiaro H TaCt Reply to the Democratic Nominee Ulan anywhere eae la the country men should fed for whmy IB ilegte latloiiattd BUfranieut II will not uadorUrkp o tU yon what Mr Urjr ants Views and iwWes art I know poihap whet Uiej are today I do slot HBOW what tbey wli be tomorrow and no one ass even BUM what tbtey will 4T0 on the 4tb or March not fftft ilr1 Hrnn bimwlf SupixMO there Ime a pevto of flmuK Al dktrea Down III kuev what Mr hrnaa- woukli do If prtuWeHt In 1S9 3 I CJtnwtttHl obd UirUepuMkitui and t mfnortty or DomaemtKl were trylnj It1bOP th L0ount r by the repeal of 6r Mr nrvan in the Hone war mUiiutortai aitataMt It laI 1S9G ho was demanding free- aoiaage and sliver anal tw rlrleatho domand4n WOO In 19 li Ixjndon IJO MW that ho alblt1 tot ML W mJMpi oeoBomlc opinion If wIe thovkl have flMnolHl tr m w would he not resort to the tree oin ago of eHvorT I bvllovo lie would IIn ass WHt wo do not know sad I do not beltovo he does Hut wo do knon that the it pubtlcan party to ctm I pitted to lime gold eKmdarJ aw that umltir tin ljjojHlhla condition woud the ire colnnue of ellver br rmmn l rmlMt err ponffttetl by Mr lift There miMft iIO a reform of our hunfc InK njmtin Mr Hryaujfi oiv tnititiitlon to this ImiKiMaiit toplrI I Ilx i propone too giiBrnuttg of lark es IKNllbI to lirika t1 trarrfu hone INMlW roafAtI4e fps ilia dnlai of the IIIiN wht9 tolOUI adImlrahlII t liariklinc ajrriein ijlowai in oieITeit rraiJi h It w tIP for New York tll take dais nioimCiOtK rhfc I A revitlouof tho tariff atwise- ffects buvlnoM litit you know PV nctlv whatt tho nepiiblkan party wii1 do when they rtMsebe tariff They will snake the revtelfln along trotv live ires they wP4 modify1 and if form whHluIetJ They will not d troy the pretont system or riwrn the paMt of half aOlItIr Tin Democrats Jiavo duobired thint thf mr in to brfnj the tariff to a revt nun basks that la to frco trade Tkn i ccoltlonilcofIlhuthis policy in their platform wmilid paralyzo buslneM tlmiiuihvtit th e United Stales It would intvmlnw an uncertainty wWch no man iu tI I mowruro and nO Uldatttri woud dar- to stir Kxaotiy wnt they wool I d or how far thgypbuld go no mat can Wf RlIl1lwro again their Tktory would throw an uncertainty moron- hut pathway of bualnose which wouttt hangi like a ball over al lusiuee- onlonprtaes How would It be In ih great question relatlnjr to the rt11I Uon of railroads nnd to 11ujng w iL- blrtrpxeitWons 611Sr1tfla fa fnarIit coTnmcrce7 3In ilryao hiss proiMs id the genera dostrucUon of corpora lions the prohibition of nil rcpor atlnnt to make more than 50 iper cm f the produce of a given article oj commnce or 1r It 2 i5 per rrat 01 iKjtli or eliherr ijolther He sale furth0rth nUfQpoiptJo0 must IwI tti i tclI nI4k6 jiS prosocmltifs al roehdoIng or not Vhtch of his llOikh wIth regard to corpor ton he WO11 pjnxup if ojeotod no one II uowa nn IIP mtffht ihsitly devise two or th moie ixtweuu now anti the fourth oj Miwch Is euch a terrible ulcers iln f ly as this likely 4p encouraRo Itils1 IIIII rump hI y vtU ellitteQf hL I bgalae rtttl4yi Wit know M at c r n Mr Tift wi do Io dII ontore dlo knave And iv +eevte the vlotetlou ot I tile awe wl n he tints evliwu iwl he will achi ftihrvv th Utwtreftkw to goIIdIi s0fRtl U paebvtei- lk Imowiit Iiv MMOII astir hfenI 1 knows ilr T n mlicBt u a law yirj- land ai a j itI eatd wadw ur ling i xolastt t odgpls eC blI lidjo- I r I WO JC11 aiHKJlrt to tile OMftS or UK i UwHed Slstea tiLly MM of tot mlu ilne M fMrl M h MM ae caj- VCff1eDOM M hUBMtf DO tIU itiBfc at a B to aiiponiii ntk to the teuifc would be IB othei + o- UwB iuj iii n to bmrfMV sad nUin I tag to eft p nan that WHet f thtt- ree 1lherty cdwiut axles without ni- tsad t wir and an ladiiw4tl jed I a11l Mr comper ea to to e f i- wltv Mr Haas pledgeel to him sr1 lompr wood nrnkv the bUii ard the b cult IJega slid woud i ji- w Create a priIJelC else ih- tItalert nn rare 10 free IOnnJJt- ran IsI dtheJ WouIJ milk re a i onfld nee and s4imnoe imime1tI Iiiim AiiM dertbing Mr IUM m a P r eG- Nvuwai tIa nalrtttrtaaa1fdnaarlAe r a L EWUHDWOMEMLVi lldt fctrMi d a naa U i ItchItlMuT ul16raH c n taacovl rabrH- roind Oat stilts tnt w vend hr IJrua1I n lost t wlotr- fee rI1htII tytuauus u mAL uj All the iitont mcdioinen and toilet arUricg odvertscd in rids puler arc on Salo ntfIMcPhersons Drug Store I Fourth arid Drondvrny I rldss private CtwrtrUtr bet tlff It- Olllnlou ulwny ta the wrong evrrythlh ty starts sod Mthrtag loofa Mr IAMlr7ottiited Turn i the Ropnd in caadUnU H It o IU of H 0ie fran r He tae U eloquentl llit nm L butt IIn nh ells pow differenti from lit nvpon 4ntt Pssnlsr with tttr 1il tory of HI Is I Cover the Entire pur for 116 Seventh Street Old 715 Old 502 96 a fknow never dOt 111 gat cold Colcs Hot lllant mail n olitluilHii liar wH hold Iff- iteeutloWith this state vn need otilv open A draft In tilt ntonHoR sad the rooms err qwltkly hwt with furl pat in he ev6111111 before No Coles Hot ilia stove saver half tbe soft- eieiII JUKI of 1fIk or i Ituite UWRIIM itbnrjii till gu4 it afct fr in eoall and a itIIa Imlf i tliivfucl lu anall Hot Blast UMko Mft tf f a qualed fml Mivlife the hunt milla I even t Hnpiiabirt linldliiK of fire Cie a thcrretult of tM 1prate nud ttSTture Ini oolwtriictlotf or thin t iuprkobl stove wblfflr ckimot be used i mtfkliiR alive and to the Pa ntil Hwl burns the tatting gates In tbe fuol kr as Oftlc HbftU U603 VQ t Soft eanln8 you know Is hair pw The up of tMvton Ia InteraiUii ned an iifillnary tli glps hoir cues us yocs rlilmtiKy In I f coal from the lop Makes l call lot you 1tIKV OKO W 1ILLM v Hays Vlnol llnlU tit SirtiiKtliMicil Him Wlien Itin- ilinii1 antil Ovrrtvurkttl I have used the liver mud iron preparation Viriol on a tonic and I do not bolovo there la nay othor mcd iciiii that can cqilnl It It lit uo up and ctrciigthvned mo when rundown overworked Vlnol done mo more than vas claimed for t it v lee W Ilulaua Kcoto N iH P- iVlnol I contains no Injurious drag but It actually does contain all of the medi cinal curative anti bodybuilding vie ments of cod liver oil actually from fresh cods livers wIthout n droi 1 of oil tq upset the tpmajh re tard Its work added iis recognized throughout time wot1 as the greatest strength creator for old people weak sickly worn a and clildroii nud build up strength niter lekuoss a Vlnol is unexcelled for backing rjUBliH chronic colds and bronchitis 4 If Vtnol tails untUfactloit s yet always start money on 21 Mr1 lior on DniKKHit Paducahti ctuivtr oinlticnt lawyer a dwtt iiRUlihed judge a great admlnletrn d- I f I a trlod dlpouvat his ooutr4bn to our political btclory has brnI- m d eds not words Ills dlsintir ito I work for Uio FlltplUo popp ho terra for IliCT 1aiKiina dniU ltiles aI 1 j niiiu of Cuba Ida toiidiui the war dwpart men i tU kufitu mo ralilflita of Ids cutf ttj JNO uiatiei wh r I falls him tUtvb Cart flilv stand ThQBail at least IM wuc No pollOcjfiwnl bv r rllt nWflid a eaadlilalo rtronppr chniI attar I cqulptxd betttor trained roar rblc than eandl of lUUputi lean jHirty this yar You knew he Is No mfsis of un IIrn cy Mil about hluan0 rtesg a dance before hl eyes TJ reforo it ray to you that It is wty of tmerlein Itto as wellll I a I ic port of wlftjom to t1heat as- qrfJJfi William Howtml Tafttnerovrv una y q DR JAME- SHEADACHE f tI POWDERS i i CURE Al- lVruasltr fl 4 e r uu cowornawawvFor sale and guaranteed by W 11 MdhtIOI1 K jr rani lrrll J r111E t East Tennessee Telephone Cotttp y 1- lseerprated Lines I I A UNIVERSAL SYSTEM I CMlcicnuU direct lines flva canted day Cull HOO furtliur 7 J PLUMBING AND SE I Gus Fitting Sterna Hot Water Metitinjr MART M COULSON t South I Phone Ilea Phono Now Phone = I I o5o OO = rrrrrr ar I II I Plants never freeze in homeI heatedby COLES HOT You where 34plautsl frew K Ij It d other tlrbde i anyII Itltnlya the ithe any other Illait DrifJTWliloJt I dtior I I make Hint It Vlnol lo tiCn liuitU j n Role lhls tlll tasno thut nil or eoutrot iiillimiyslovi prinnpl lly lirruutt hough tJllllo shut the- sir trillI of MMI ninth limit all IK OOIlInll In throih1 dllN1 tJf l1Ial- ltrlltkM giving the fire n draft which lh In no way eontml d You notice tha when n vturc K oph on basting lung after you bsty shot it oR Tilt patented tonruciAon of the Orin Imat Hot Want Movftea bki this mttiiufaoturcr to puarai tee It to rsnwHl nlivnys ulrtlKlil- KonismWr tlmt IIn part of the Kuaranteo You iavo payee colt trot owet tin fire nt oil blues TjMM tko coal downH waste away arid vrlll hold urn so writ that you dont lave to kindle u fire in the morning as with other moves hut Actually IdrCis nnd Rf lirenk d tast Hi warm rooms warmedI by thfrfuol put in the night bofoii IotB of totlBraeUon Unt It Dont ojiKite the children to J cold So ucU of losing your talents Dont kindle flrcu daily stove I the IIGut raluulI arirea from the omlhe gnat rightl on 1111 the Coles Hot ilmet the hot IInt on y of tho fin ounm thin burns the gas lout twkeas long mud us show mill cod fill And hog for taken and anti tonic Iron to tilwo to glvo demand W nn f of UM In utter the ale th what ulows the the t arRarw Its the1aI one pretcribe4 trdoctors PricalOi i 111YI Infur11utlont HettlngI c BLfJJ i i l I 10 4 i up gg- i gt F ovi 4tJlt 1 t I i1 f For Soil Coati Hard Coal Wood or Cops 44 41Iv J 111 HNS KOlT fOAl IIAAl roM WOOD OH cons t f I FeN GARDNER JR COMPANY Tlir niIIUfIIBS Oil Ilio Gad door of trrrylourueuo ic niiliii without It I L Y r- a w 1 I t tIIoI rh li- J t 9 1jj ifiI I f xII havs new in kid with i I t L w n a a ll 1 try ramftMrclat status twelve c tmonths nft r tho panic Tho ean vaM wen nut tirade to servo any po IKItnl purjKXws anti tho forthcoming t ilIon wnk not mentioned but the members of the association have tak en JiilVBntatoot ono fitllo question to doctor that ipronporKy depends upon the eJcotlon of Taft Tb mnvMM was ninde by means or inini twat out two weeks ago Jour quMrtloiut wore asked of the nom I bore rotating to the exact condition of trade nt iirOeont tho i orcentOBo of inamuM in In the last ten month the iportbia for future t Imtwovtmwut dud any wisRostlona a tttiteh might servo to bettor future R 4 lie tested Tln rnvnm was made by means t of letters WEnt out two weeks ago Four qm +tlowi were naked of tit t s at irulntlnR to the exact condi lion of Undo nt itroaont the percent ante of Inrtvdfto tit lJUllnul In tho last tNt mOlltllft tho iiowlblUtlea for fu we Improvement and any BURRCA tons which mlHlit neno to better future conditions HvorylioJy an Mveml thin last question by strggewt injc that Tuft bo elected A few of the suggestions for the fuiurn wHh Uio nrjns eagRcetln Uiii are os faMowa- Tli Woodward Iron company Wotward AJaJlkt Taft OonwUtdnlM Coal Iron rinttKiny lllwilnguain AxerhoIo- salbitltiea for the Iron trade In 1903 I 9S4X Greatt of it IIrI with iiaEb and of charin at prices not In Broadway scores with Broadway I Friday anil Saturday tho remaining 6ctbber vfll bo bargain days 1 in the irk Whei you ijijf liSri the est In Paducah It pay to out tho branch you can so easily coino to the fountain heir where tho freshest styles and lowest prices invite you II i Goods Prices Friday Saturday pieces Wool Dress hoods tt 19e vard- C 1 Wool Goods t 29c a yard kl Jortr in the of late style last and toe we are showing ii Ffbnx It is because comfortable fitting the shape of the foot and presents a shapely the celebrated Stacy Adams Shoe leather Tan Calf withplain top pr the new style MO6x Top that repre sents neatness and good taste and the price is only 600 IrI For Full Tressadded the Tuxedo last patent leather I1rVe top atrr700r ITAFTISI business y theRtntf1J1bura Alabama r llouee the its Its hinge on the election of Taft prexf dent mid the ability of Uio rallroaJu to finance their needs v- HardleTynes I Manufa cturlnK com tbtolRfloe the outlook la orient for a good business Tlu UaUImorw Bridge comi an llaltlinorc MdPlrctl Taft The nllIfetimoa mesa of rovbfago I Lowell Engell lumber 4augo- rMssTbe only suggestion we can make In riward to Increasing the genera rorpenlty of tljo country IIs that we must all Jo our utmost to olcC Mr Taft Wtf believe that Thu elec then of llryan would bo national calamity front a business point of wow Marshall Blectrlc company Uosion It Bryan Is elected we shaH probably have a setback for a year or morn ns our buHlncta depends large- ar iiiwn now building undertaking which are auporscnsltlvo Ho confidence I lon Chocolate company BOil torr11 think the ontlok tar tho year randy good f we elect Taft we by a year from now be enjoying good business Tho Atlantic Works Fast Boston ElectI William II Taft president Tho of Mr Jlrjnn will In our opinion prolong buslneea condv lions Indennltcly Porthtnd Iron k Sttap company Huston = Wo believet that the mrtnu facturera incrcbanta are now only awaiting tho final outcome tit the election and It a Itnpubllcnn ad nilnlrtrutlun Is continued on a sane and conservative basis prosperity for I rtdIProvidence It I trade possibili ties for the year are favorabfe The election of Mr Bryan would bo a sorlous blow to alt kinds of business and veny nearly criminal when the rltarnetM and ntnew of Mr Taft are taken Into considerationI The Diamond Mills Paper com pany New YorkTho kruslnese out look Is rather encouraging arts from present Indications wo that ItI O E thoru will bo a conslderabo Jncrase and a good And ctabtc btiHiness J 8 CX Fisher piano manufactur era iNw Yl1TklYlthYx ele ljAn of Mr1 Taft we think trado posslblll yes for the coming year will rapfdlr get liacktto normal cdndltlons and that the boat Industrial years this ixmntry haa ever aeJnQre before tie HOIKfsn cflQefteMrwI ho v d company General proFperity will bo pro mated Jolly the election of tho Hopub llcan candidates and tho administra tlon by business men at the head of industry J TAX COURT OF tlIiAIA qXANIM- iA riiioiis Till raw Icliiilty of n Per tVnt On All in recess of MOO iHciimi l Frankfort Ky 29 Ken luckys now Inheritance tax law Imr ailngI a penalty of C per teat on nil devjfws In cxeeu of GOO was phtld by the court of appeals In an opinion written by Judge Settle Th opinion was handed down In tho case of Ar mlltln Booths administrator ugalnst the commonwealth on Two other Involving the same Point wore also passed upon In the same opinion The nice has been hard fought and Is regarded as Important as It will bo an additional source of revenue When the estates which aro bequeathed In Kentucky lire required to pay taxes Just how much revenue will be derlMd from this source Is not known as there Is no way of telling just how much property Is passed by will or inheritance during the course of a Pal It must be con I J 1t tPrices of Mens Boys and Little GentsI Shoes Way Below Par Reducing Stocks Little Gents Shoes nt OSc- fICO I 1 lions Hoys and Little Gents Shoes at 9120- trOflMeris and Boys Shoes at 81IR 360 puns and Boys Shoes at flui 000 Mina and Boys Shoes At 400 nualltles nt 0 401 4Yo Sale 1UJB Individuality Ibw rIIaII Department yqurdonl jr jrraut drink uOc SOc may and think Ott cases 30c 89c Goods 59c 125 Broad Cloth 89c Taffeta Silks special for Friday and Saturday yard Lot 100 Silks very ape tint yard Lot 125 Black Silks spe cial 98c yard Models im Tailor Made Soils for handsome rich one perfect fitting you very mod crate decidedly The Invest and has this other sensibly influence you como Some very decided will lot suits Friday and CR CI Cs CD CL H inItho WelAbach Philadelphia INHERITANCE oulltnlioriitl relation It21i yardLot yardLot Newest comparison underpricing assortc4 wser rOF HIGH GRADE Veryow Priced Its poor economy in buying low grade shoes for children and espechlly the r school children because its only natural thatithey thould join in the games of1Iigood time and Weilles solid leather slide is needed J H rteLittleGents Viii Kid S175 Patent lethe ms2 b Patent heather 25O i slderatiip howovcraf prop le that lain will gntjBbmo thousands every year this way fighting thoIawUioie opponents tlialTmj law Aas tuuMitiittotial firthatTt did not con form theseehlunof the constitu tion requires till taxes unit was nlto contended that the itself which was passed l9i was dofecUvu lityhat Udld not Especially Good Value Childrens Department ccify ihould whither devisee tbcse opinion upholding concurred court holds constitutional Constitution provides special special Imposes Fa Extra Blankets quality that tor ptico 2 29this Bale pair Wool Plaid Blankets Friday and 4 48 All Wool White Blauketa 45size regular S kind size Thiel Streit lhroadway t The Store t A go one 1 J 1 tck Heater 3lllllu a with of d pieces at in v election UcvPscs a at at a Fancy 4 9 i a Taffeta at at a Suits to prices lowest in gatfon to 1t to to on an of r t 5 want to if Little A iiti in In of It un on which to bo rui It law In large 114 114 Suits 7CO 1350 Iii and 18 that 1260 Theres clear saving every Choice Skirts 550 for Choice Skirts half price that wore 75t iu0 find lot 160 Skirts each white Mercerized Other loq wbo pay the tax UfC1 the All points were taken by tho Judgo his the law whleh was by the whole heard the cuts Judge Settle that the act tho for tax and this falls under the head iI Ho also holila that the law J I a s t the 31 our 1 t in per t IJu e tho 00 kind tho Heal 50 pair t I u Jct North Just OR for Potl f ow P at at see be is In this are at 9 to a of 3 to 7 on suit of 14 to of 20 nt to ono nt 75c Iot I at 60c 75c and 1 e or In In Ifi as j of a taxi Y 4 a e rl v Va Broken lots yt made to sell at now tn Third Gloves at c 75c Fabric at 3dc a L20 at G9c i Iot Lint n Collars for men tlv kind far 5c Lot 25c Silk Ties for men at 01 J I at 2Sc each Suit Cases special Friday and at 395 each tot 50c Belts at 25c each Lot and Mlfsts lot Womens 12VjC K igsog 18 and at Sc a pat dtr gJ4 Lot Mens rpeclal rijurj We14 rilnth PMt rl in Our 4 I r U the 5 been 100 Ii t wti-t l for 1 1 Styles 1 Can you save money by buyingII That seems an easy but I it is poe that many in Pa ih has not stopped to We offer you here a line offI Boys that will helps you decide this 1 save you 3on the deal Its I and cannot be equaled where for 10 but our Jthd tax upon the devisee hb must slay it to the and that it Is1 not Ito be paid out of the estate proper I 1110vrncuWisdom of th ar tut Elraprio con I elder It from legal standpoint and I looking at It In that way he finds that It ts sound and wlll stand Then I legislature he eayc hav tho power to pare such a lav and the court has 4 ie Sllot of I as a nothing to do but construe St JJrynn Is on tar tories employ no hands If you want a Job vote Taft T=If you miist vote your pad do It In 1912 This year try Taft Try Sun ror Job Work III- If ANNUAL SALE OFit i Match Values if You Can BLANKETS tfWonlknnp everywhere Saturday pairoICalifornia Store Thrifty I Clothes Little GrownUp consider special economy andI prices 3700 IHlR J COMFORTS IftsJ Cotton Comforts made of good quality i 1 w 114 Cotton Comforts with Cretonno SIIJolinetcgUlHflr225 aril 12 50 Fri r1g8dny and choice i Comforts cxtravlnrgo size covered with splendid quality Silkolinc the 1003 29lquality special Friday and Saturday I I SPECIAL 100 extra large speeds worth 125 Saturday 9Cspecial each M I I = = = 0 co = 0 0 c t People t 1 1 A c If If of Womens Misses and nsAI Stocks V J1 W i iI liOO and Misses Shoes ath it Childrens and Shoes atftf rjX3yC0 Woraen B Misses and Childrens Shoes at L V J205 and Misses Shoes at ft3r rsP j t 2O Shoes n III 91OttMerful s IShoes at f 4evicematI rW Shoes nt jlet tntente sssdlso- i4s heat I 7 shat pan and nickel J J J1d4 q LIILII- l J 64TH FRIDAY BARGAINr i SALErsonv rt itFridayt and are to be the months end clearing out days sweeping out sale Some will at fottrth off F F satetYorloa- heOkttE I Jt onehalf and everything at less regular price t This sale many Wool Dress Goods Trimmings Silks Remn muet jt drait Combs Skirts Coat Suitst Waists Furs Children Cloaks Womens Mens Clothing Boys Clothing FurD antef IrS ci- taap ttl281 Lamp or write IIrAI Millinery Attractive Possible IupcnJ2 l great Millinery I Dry Bargain and IIIOW Dress atkl variety durable appearance ofsolid Russian a yard 3 pieces Dress a 81Ca Taffeta the Women brought Paducah proved let made Saturday QUALITY thisis- where ofdoiiirs contended BLANKETS These 98cvnhOlHtselling 29vlu8 Department things includes lot have 2500 BargainPrices thhwere 2i95caclu WdniervsWahts inoken LetS Heavy 11ghtlBolltdbroken estate which a Many Things Redur iiV hall andc12buttoniv 2pO A- COc 25ctGloves Faflne each oaclu Hand Bags Iofmans Leather Saturday Womens Childrens x10 wfhgdaySaturday fafaytHalt Hoseitf Worth Vof1 Frldayund SaturJ L Folks Jfl cheap clothes question mother due Blothing question only state orator Oratory for 1 for IJryan keep wealth the 1 j e C a 5119Friday 39inI coveted Saturday Eiderdown bed ot50c Prices Chlidr Shoes Way Below ParReducing LChildrens trci12G Misses f Womens Womens 1Yomena omens 7- no Saturday than Coats a07 Gloves UW A Mc l wrest agency for vipave ClaHII t o1e Y itt 1r2 3TAN19ARD e6 OMPANY i- tbc11ot 6 14trerponkabyafj S hFlt f- RV n 5tt etiJR e iI t NnB f 44 C o 1 l kmlnS lpFtfstcJassIUenaIr i IO 1 rl SQUIE DEALIN r- r u Ilr f11a 4e baNt up the Ifarteet plHmhiRg bwiteaq La Weeterq CifI t lucky 3ly object M to neteut gen iMNmelea treeL + 1 close t z at ollt I EDD IAt1 N 4 i Itrth w Y4 Plumb Steam Fa IfI pro d Wtcon Both Phonwl i t 2 South PoMtttk t + t h J iitalsr4 Tfrt PAGE EIGHT THE F DIfOAH EVENING SUIT THunsiuv OCTOBER seMI r I VI TAFT WITHOUT A PEER SAYS ROOTT c To Carry Out McKInley an Roosevelt Policies swADwelt VIMIII Issues hi Stale of Ohio Declares lirynn n ITlllurlsti I UK SIKAKS IX CINCINNATI I i I 1 Cincinnati Oct 29 Secretary State Root spoke to several thouaan I persons at Music Hall here ThOjI meeting was held under the ausplc- tt or the Citizens Tart club In a parad- whlCh preceded the meeting live thousand men participate Hoot was Introduced by Robert Reynolds president of the Citizens Taft club Hoot In ha speech first took upI the alleged distensions In Ohio the I lKoraker matter being first the negro I question second and the liquor quesjj tion a purely local Issue third If t urged that If these dissensions ex fated as reported they did they should be laid aside for the greater duty of American citizenship Either one or the things whlcb affected f these three elements were but drops i of water in the greater Issues which made up the campaign I r The climax of the speech was a re- viewp of the public career of Tart and t this was received with the greatest t 1 enthusiasm by the audience He de belated that Taft was better prepared than any other man to succeed to the presidency and to carry out the policies of McKInley and Roose ell As an executor and as an ad ministrator he declared Taft was with out a peer y Great bits of sarcasm were hurled tookthemHe said Shall we elect Inefficient men to our legislature and depend upon the Initiative and referendum Shall we guarantee our bank deposits by n tax upon the banker depositor and borrowed rather than prosecute the dishonest banker Shall wu close our factories and bankrupt our merchants by reducing the tariff to get rid of the trusts or shall we prosecute thorn and ma them be good ofdt keec sole destiny of any part of the ta to be lowered or raised as he sires Shall we elect to office a man experience or a mesa of theories oil RAILROAD NOTES 1A staff meeting of the officers of they Central railroad was held t nlcldRcl Superintendent A H Egan and oth r officials passed through early Hi t thebeadjojl J McCarty In charge of the wreck have removed to Paducah T wrecker has been away from Paducah nearly eighteen months A Suggestion Box has been placed In the shops for the employes to mall any suggestions for the bet Theo mall will be collected every day and considered by the officials I News of Theatres La Hello Russet La Belle Russe the beautiful1 Russian which will be presented at the Kentucky Thursday night has receiving flattering press no tiers The play Is one pf Betasrn- Lest productions and Is well staged Miss Ethel Fuller In the title role Ila SUPjported otlloadealing with the love adventures cl Geraldine the Beautiful RussianI I who Is a ministers daughter but departs from her early training ITbP Kvralna SUDtOe A Week It y 1 r remarkable dale ofA 41 Ti rt 9iCtUre3l- h lI r rida- rA e u J II1- Ve 39c 49c 59c 9BcII Tp1are nut In the picture business but could not iArefrain frmn buying for our customers lie lot of- A AIL Ictures fro oler for sale Fridaythey leery s6 pttlvtatt oily and ap This Is what you might call Mt eUtt mcthing good that cant be gut pitaphlsbni4t + erAf dou mu t buY qtrick to surd Y 1 G Is no future bleats Go rlsbe- cKf co f e- stortta gLt ar Jflaalon frames r- M rltt jc may11 Ticgeat 11to eboose tram Slzea- t cock tb Ctt me fruit 4rollat lend YKtIld Ala 4 f log 9erGcat pie u e head1 r Asigea of art heads1 are tierIr tames worth If o lit SO 11htaNn thec + t vrlea trirF otr q ff- l I dado roucussRht io Ills+ t place a y1r IIr1 a r tH the alt 08tCItt eriea about tot ati- rtr ats xLL Why NO JYef bn lhes t eMn- Euif n i I barb dPpr Doe euf lrntty IC r r racllcabtlry to ett ta ferrets of oat 1 1srme r I t 1 I f- ar1YSu 9r r mitord Liver i 10ut1LI 1 1BTAI1f11N T TJCKy- A 111A06f4OItY t It aofll ltlONAMAeB v 14IOQ O r j Onr plers flDaf1N Vlcd Pcd Goln af T SO AxR 7ce I J 3CateI h n3 RDLE J 4I 4 t X iGreat Waist Opening Sale Today 1 derAtoil- J17Bxoacwrr oillW1 I Y tW9LOE mT Messalines E lslTaffetas hetSatinsi Peau de Sois R ii- II H Silks1 Lace Nets it THE greatest collection of strictly HIGHGRADE WAISTS ever shown in Paducah or vicinity we have now on exhibit and sale of the very latest creations of the most expert de signers of the entire United States both North and South and truly it is a vision of glory and splendor certainly the crowning result of our seasons most strenuous efforts and it is with ex ftremeJ pleasure and pride we today make this announcement to you Caner we expect to have you visit this department today We confidently do The variety is So great that is almost an impossibility Each and every waist vies with one another to outdo in richness beauty supriority art finish and best of all perfection of fit All the celebrated makers East and West are represented in this collection A few wqrd 1regarding range of price may not be amiss for your guidance iTailormades Linen embroidered or plain styles 298 to 698 t 998Lace1250 Duchesse pleated or tucked styles from 448 to 598 Messaline Satins plain or lace trimmed from 598 to 1000arf Peau de Sois black only superb grade at 598 I t y1 Taffetas plain tucked lace colors plaid or blackl 348 to 5i98 I1r7 XV 5 There is Class and Individuality to Every One of Our Waists T7 Call Today for Inspection and Selection f r KNESS lUvor Slngcu 59 Qr0 std1 Cincinnati 50 18 ruse Louisville 2800 tdIJI NvansvIKe 17 02 fallI 1 II Vernon 4 18 or Carmel 08 00 stdI Nashville C7 00 6taI Chattanooga 38 12 faiI jl tjlorence 01 QO st Johnsonrllle K8 OA tdI patio 48 03 roo IselPllducahI River crags at 7 oclock this morn 14 a stand since yesterday morning River men report a big tire In the sealers of the Tennessee Thou now 48 feet in the Tennessee endII the rise In the upper Tennessee IsIi sufficient to make a six foot stage Clyde and the Kentucky will both resume their regular trlplrTlc Richardson lIs now running In thei of the Clyde and the Dunbar InIi jjlace of the Kentucky Cap L has charge of thei ofrPWhO JIllOfi River Packs 1almcvfct Paducah Is anxious ttoi lrhine ttggr boats back to the regu largelti I atewellrro bo handled In the upper I beeFAays1 n Find the Clyde is now on the dIrhatIur repair baft will be let 1 teri in trer the last of this week la first stacondltlon a Kll Dunbar will be due tonight WRfvertpn Ala and all way 1I landings She will go on to Brook port and unload and receive freight and will return tomorrow erecting The Dunbar will receive freight at the wharlboat until Saturday evening at C oclock when she will leave for the Tennessee The J II Richardson got away fast night for tho Tennessee atH oclock with nine cars of freight for Tennessee titer landings norIlaa Iblg passenger and freight business tripQif left on limo this morn lag for Joppa with all the freight she could handle She will return thlu aftornoom mornlng1fromfreight business The Kuttawa came out of the Ten I neseee yesterday afternoon with a big raft of lags for Metropolis The Kut tawa has had a now cabin ntlA noses rtllot house had has ibeen paintedI white Sho IIs one of the best little towboats In the Paducah harbor now I Tho Capo Qlrardeau and the big ln1Ifirst of next week und tied up at the Dusks rest where the Eagle neet will winter iCapt Bud Mullen one of the West Kentucky Coal company pilots has gone to Golconda onluslnera for the ildoal company A SMfniioux llliit lieIt seems to mil ithatyou waste an awful lot of Iclssesorfother girls SheOhwell dohrjou care You ought to know whose J can get plenty morel Chicago News 1ryc No in r And bcctnr t lti7tR awl r Safe off GOOD HXAMIXKI STATK DELINQUENT LIST Il HIISIIKn1 TODAY lmlllnli11111111 1 P 4j It Is the carnott sdvlce off Reienuo Agent Husbands that all property owners who have seenrecently parties to any study carefully the state ilejjnquent Jlstt which Is published inlay for the third time Even though your name may not appear on the list the property which you recently purchasedl may be listed because of nonpayment of the state tax on the part of the 4toI Hubands and have the records ad justed without delay to prevent the sale of your property for the states claim constitute a lien on the prop erty no matter In whose Lana It nowls andat the sale which occurs November 1C absolute1 title will bo passed to tho purchasers of listed lands by tile state It will therefore bo a great deal cheaper and much loss trouble to see that the taxes are paid C K Dentist 529 Bnidwij Old Phai e69 now than to hare to extrlcato yourself from the legal tangle which will be the result of your lands being sold If your name appears on the list tthrough error and you have your tax receipts go at once to Mr Husbands rcwrdalclellredstate to absolutely clear the book of these claims Many of those listed havo already paid their claims and us It ti often a troublesome matter to find old papers it would be wise not to delay the Investigation of your standing until tho last moment Nov ember 15 Mr Husbands office It in Legal How South Fourth street TItE1 TS Ant defeendom of plants and trees are some of nature pretty marvels The Ceoropla tdcnopus Is a remark able tree of South ihatll wWely dls l Itslleaves at tho ends of the brunches A tow nrtlvo ants run continual y talonS tho branches and the leaves I tIrlarm ertures reedy for a mvage assault 01 the Intruder Tho ant Is the terrible guardian that the tree has retained to protest U from the most formida ble enemy the leaf cutter ant The defender rarely ever leave their retreat where they live on the imo4 whitish egg cliapcJ b odles about onetwelfth of an Inch long known as Mueller corpuscles These are formed of delicate Usuc rich In protelda and oil as rations for the garrison of defender ants to feed upon The ctirloua arrangomcnt by which entrance Ila made to the hollow Item liDS beers studied by Mr W 8- Schlmper I JuJt above the point of Insertion Ata- A A In11QJ r Jldvaow Y- LAngeries I j 1 workmanship piSatin uPur supexloxcnJ la a rounded depression Thereii the tissue is thin like a diaphragm ThQhoeI ways pierced at this spot The ants ti seem to hare made their entrance through the groove originally bo cauee It was at the top In the course of this Rants further dovuf= opment natural selection augmented these natural advantages so that tin ally the thin frail diaphragm M It eFista today was dowIojKtd Chlra RO Tribune A CAMPAION NUfiOUTH Tho Issues of the national cans palgn which particularly affect labor are these 11 GOOd times and general cm ploy ment nt good wages 2 The Protection of wage from reduction of wages 3 The continuance of a progrear slvo government at the national cap tat which will recognize the rights and Interests of labor In legikatlbn and administration 4st 6 1s Slonn water Sewer Itcpnlr Olty Engineer L A Yaslilngton cxpdct to con plete thorepairs on the storm water sewer at the foot of Washington street and on Flrtt ttreqt tomorrow fhe repairs will bo oj thleltstreets and sidewalks are flooded Hiioi lUi AiitKn JiimHc7 TJHCITV Sleag half solos nailed 40o Mens aoed half soles and 4 iopladles 4 LONDON 8HOIJ ItKIAIWNG COl131 Broadway Next to Postal TeloJ 1 graph Company It1t e Hay Corn Oats Millers of CREAM meal sacked lnltth lY eilftlir fnherrt yrrt 5ltotvlltttguurfonv UUU Icttcrliinnftiiilciiccmxla 1 1rtguahever- prlticc AgQnts Telephi339 ADVICE Milam hLl0 weptAzFa TailormadesFluffy Fancies consisting description attractiveness trimmed earnerst and racer tt- OLD TAYLOR COAL1 4 L rrr W f J P TW I THTHSDAY OCTOBER s HTHEEADUCAH EVENING SUNPtGTNINE NOTICE Auction Sale of Unredeemed Lands for Taxes by Revenue Agent Issued under Instructions of thcAudllor of 1iibllc Account of Ihep Btato or Kentucky 1 will on tho 10th day of November 1008 nt the Court House door In McCrackcn County Kentucky veil for cash nt public outcry to the lilglicst nod best bidder nil of the following lands and town loin ultiintcd In McCnickcn County Kentucky This sale la of property which wndKold by the Klicrlft of McCrackcn County for taxes which Inml remains unredeemed by the owners nnd upon which the right of redemption luts ex pi red Tlili sale will bo final and absolute Illlo lo the land will be iinwtcd byI the Stale of Kentucky to purchaser at thin wile and nil right of redemption or ircovcrjr by original owners will be forever barred by this sale Hale will commence nt III oclock n in m ubovo date and If necessary will bo continued from day to day until nil the property JIs disposed of 01 bids rejected t Htllc i I ti V i1l Any of the following property which 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I with their rime ami addreia sod Zoo I In aiim ir uiupa to pay pottaceI SWlH T S and Mrs Garrison Embalmcrs and Funeral Directorsv I1 11 Mrs G41 neon iis tbo only Lady Kmbalinernnil Fnucrnl Directress I f iu Inducnb They have twelve years wide experience Iinctico city nntl country fYJPaducah Undertaking Co I I Doth Phones 110 200 South Thinl St W p c I j I Sprinkler Equipment will furnish estimates for all I- Ib 1We of sprinkler equipment fort 1fire protection 0 14i ABRAM L WEIL CO iiCnmpbull Building PciduCuh Ky j vi r I WOltlCINCiMKN AllH IOU TAITt iiloRrl Majority Will Kupport the UIIIIIIInlll rIcIet WMhlnntOD oct SThat R Unpp majority ot wxwkJnjinien win Ute for Taft ts th opinion of He inihionu loader hero on account ot tho iKopubtkiin pars rij- p and the Rooeclttti and loUorf of President A ftooMirolt and Julgo Taft anti de ItI eplto tin fifforts of Samuel Qompcrs vto deliver the labor vote to Dryan it4the wen Known remedy r for babies and children will quiet tho tj llttlo ones In a short time Tho In gredients are printed on tho bottler JlI no optatua Sold by all R ii fJlifits a A Kliinx Dlninoml I King Edward lIs suro ot at least ono nno ChrUtmns present Thl I truly royal gift IIn the CulMnan dia I mond a proncnt from tho Transvaal I government to his majesty The ii dIamond Is fun largest In the world I I INVALIDS HOTEL and- SURGICAL N K model Sanitarium with ctjalp I men apptUnci aid a complete jtt tar I I the trtntmcnt of the moa aHHcutt I of Cftronto ailment mttrlog Medical Surgical trettmnt tor toir cam Stnd two stamps tboYt aJJrrlS- for Till INVALIDS OUIOB ROOK L Its value being estimated commerdnK y at 3000000 The diamond was split Into two aoflea weighing rOo ttrtlvelr 1700 and 100 carats Some of tho chips from these weigh 300 caiats Tho two largo stonos will adorn the crown and setptor of iho Hritiih sovorolgn They are to bo known as the Ciillnnn and Cutllnon II You take Kodol just for a llttto while when you have slight attacks of In digestion and you tako It just a lit tie longer In order to got relief from evero attacks of Indigestion or Norv ous Dyspepsia Try Kodol today Sold by all druggists Consul Church Howe of Manches tot sends a DrHlrh newspaper clip ping rtatlng thaftho plan of tho Lnn canthlro spinners to tmrchMe n cotton plantation In tho United States lint ben definitely abandoned by the ton rolttee owing chiefly to tagal ob stacles as to tho tenure of tho land In question ROUTE OK AFJtIOAN IIUXT IS BISCUSSKI WITH MISHIOVAHV 1US1IO1 Ilcenk Ior the Interior Win Ho Mndo nt IKiiniln Son Kennlt Will lie Omrflll lholoWIJlhr Washington Oct Will II PresUont Iloosovelts plans for his African hunting trip have not boon entirely completed eomo general Idea at his expedition was gained today from Ulrfipp Joseph G HartzdMi fo 12 ycura In charge of tho Methodist clmrch In Africa who spent some tlmo with the president and talked over tho tTh In addition to discuss log the work of the missionaries that country The general route to be taken by the Tirttddcmt when he roaches Afrlcfc will be from Alexandria by steamer trough the Suez Canal acroaa the IteJ Sea and down the mst coast of Aifrtcn to the port of Mombasa tho capltaJ of JJrltlsh Kast Africa At Mombasa the outfit of the ex M dltlon which bH been purchasoa in london will lie atsembed and shipped by rail to Lako Victoria Nyama The president and his party ml make the trip to Lake Victoria Xranza by rffM stopping off at vail ous pouitu along tho route to malke iMinttns cscaraUjns 4cS 4ho Sateikir away from tho railroad The country traversed by the railway Is of the wildest sort and all kinds of Ug game ate found Tht l work of tho expedition will not bogie however untU the partj roaches tho plateau of Uganda aftci rroMng Iake Victoria Kyanza when abounds same to bo found nowh relse in the world It Is not knowi exactly how Jons the president wll remain In this region Tth president party IIs to corals of his ton Kermit who is to be tht oIHii1 photographer of the expedl ton nmd two naturalist tram that onal Museum Xo other perso win be taken from this country- iien ho loaches Afrtea he will em 1O tho eervleoa of satires antJ- IIDuld A caravan wtl be organlzed- for the trip from the railway tw minus to the SIlo The naturnllsb wjdi prepare such apecimns as It thought the National Museum will want Whether Mrs inoowvelt wJU meet tho party at Khartum will not be definitely decIded until the trip Is- Rgtln During the entire trip tho proi lent will lw on IFo1Ildieh territory and he En IWi officials alontho route was do evorj hlng In their power to assist party Bfehop liartzcfl ald the president expressed tie greatest Interest In tho work being done b the missIonaries In Africa The prr ldcjit promised that during his coming trip to Africa In 1909 ho would visit as many of the mlMoiT Nations M possible TIlt bishop win asked whtthor he hat CHkod the president to do some nils ttoaavr work Ho reed that he would like to tco the president doing tttch work but ho hId not made tin proposa ito him lie iiiit nt It I am Introducing the peddler began a patent elUtrlc half brushIWhai do I want with a hair ruth growled the business man Cant you see Im bald Your Judy porbnpi haitI toO except when shes Ironed up Yes Ir nut you may have at homo a little child Wo have Its one month old tad quit had Of course at that ago said the peddler lint he persisted be you keep a dos Wo do said the business man A hairless Climate dog The psddler Into another pocket Allmv me ho sold to show on tho latest thing Irr flypaper ievejand Leader I A woman gets more enjoyment out ottIt1 mother Some women offer up theirJives as sacrifice on the altar of motherhood A far greater number livQ on in ceaseless misery Their strength fails their beauty fades they have no ambition and no enjoyment in life To every woman I Dr Pierces Favorite PrescriptionV Otters escape front the pains land perils of motherhood Taken during the period of waiting and anticipation this medicine strengthens tile body nourishes the nerves and prepares the whole womanly system for tile coming of baby It also Insures an abundant supply of nourish ment for the child The mind feels brigiTt and buoyant There is no anxiety ito dread but in its place a happy anticipation off the babys coming which counts for the future happiness of the child unborn The useof Favorite Prescription makes the babys advent easy and gvcs abundant vitality to nursing mothers l INSTITUTE EtThL9I A fWry and I otnptrltacttltna tlilllcd SpetMlttl outs whether or to I 2 It 1 r Is h may dived a TIAIOASE TAFT AND llAIMMUll MBV AUK AGIUOHO ON IT I J W S llonte of On1otiofiailivny CouilucluiMI Kcinlml Onler of This Mick T ff Iji J New York Oct 29 WilHam S fesenttUvoDivision 201 Order of jSatway Conductor has tent out a Igtfer lto mem bers of his organ1zatfntremind them of how thief Atht7iot the Brotherhood of Railway Engineers agreed with the ruling made by judge Taft n the socal1t1Annl Ar bor case and iu accordance with It was Instrumental in havlngone of the rules of the brotherho6d5bpTI hed The case was heardJl1 1893 I FngIIhigher wages on theTOlc1Qnd Ann Arbor railway Acting underRule 12 of their organization an engineer on the lake Shore and Michigan South ern roused to handle carV comIng from the Ann ArborromdLill I ContfjictjAn agalnct I suspendItlietlc Etrlkf Cliter A41 acconl Ingly suspended It i Judge Taft held that tberulo vlo lated the interstate commerce law Judge Taft however also held that Sllbordlnalps enjoyed the right ot tree contract the service being terminable at the optiont of either party and that I the court could not compel the en forcement of personal lervco against I cotIployo HI declared on the other l hislwhoreIby EO dong he would endanger life or property I Chief Arthur brotherhood cut rule V completely from Its bylaws and rftlroad men perceived that the court was rlfiht This Is fhown clearly by the Lo comotive Engineers Monthly In Its I Issue of September 190S In an arti cle from wbkh the following is an ex tract s Tufts Decision Approved That rule 12 was In po Itive rio tattoo of section 10 of tho Interstate Commerce law will hardly be ques tioned by any one The Ann Arbor care It not one thaf furnishes the ob jectionable features through which we may bias public opinion In secur ics tho much desired regulation of In junction In labor dhpute C Today the great railway brotherhoods djscountenanco the sympathetic strike and today the principle laid down by Judge Taft Is made a part of their own contracts or agreements without reference to possible disturb ances on the part of other employes on the Santo or other lines DeWitti Llttlo Early Risers the tarn ous little liver pills Sold by all druggists The OIiI Jol c Ilcvltuil There was a rap on his lordships door MyI lord announced the servant with a low bow the airship awaits without Without what James queried 1 cigarIeltewithout ropes and without a propell or We have just been In a colli don And with an Impatient wave ot his hand his lordship ordered thealr ship taken around to the alrsmlth without delay Chicago News DoWltti Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve JH the best salve for piles Be pdrugglltsdruggistsflryan wantA to destroy the tariff protection of American workmenI Isnt there competition work noW Vote for Taft and good tniPs I I iiierces Health Talks greatfunctona1 There is no ilclioior hahitforming drigs ill Favorite lrscription It is a purly vegetable niedicine ftI c Accept no substitute for Favorite Prescription rhcrc IS oJqg Just s goojt Jar weakand sickly women AllIts ingredients printed on its ottlewr1pper The larger success of doctor or druggist is never won by putting love for the doll above duty to the sick PTqtectinath i sick giving them what they ask for when O Pierces Favorite Prescription is aJ pyjHywill enrich hint in respect IfIt does not sw to the tilmoit his profits Br Piercers Fav riLe Prescriptionw MAKES WEAK II1 i- I1I9 j SICK WOMfM ItEL J i Iit 2 I a It Pays a Man tto Pay for Good Shoes BECAUSE there is no other businesslike way get The comforting fact in our store is that in paying for the best shoes made YOU GET THEM Every pairat any of our various pricesis ready to give a degree of SERVICE far out of proportion to the difference in cost over ordinary shoes v The facts are so simple that all we ask is that we may fit you with one pair To that first pair- we will intrust our future relations with you RATES ADVANGEOI COXDITIOXSlX KANSAS DKMAND Kll IIKHIKU OIITAItllIS Oniclnl Tells of Condition In Comnic cM ClrrlfH Vlilili imlido It ecessary Chicago Oct 28Judge Franklin Ferris has concluded the taking of testimony In Chicago In the railroad thase of the government suit to dis solve the Standard Oil company and announced that the hearing would be resumed In New York next Tuesday There are a number of witnesses who will be called by tho defense to testify Jn the adjourned hearing All of tho testimony ot the dense must be presented before the examiner before December 1 and the government will be allowed iintlKtHu first of theI year to rebut such pajta of the evi dence as It withes to combat Three witnesses took tho stand In tho concluding session f Frank Zim merman assistant gqneral freight agent of the Michigan Central road presented several division sheets show- Ing rates on ell products each sheet bearing the words Not to bo Iposted Special Counsel Kellogg for the soy ernment said that he had asked for the state tariff sheets and not divis- Ion sheets Ignorod Stattditnls Protest I theIconditions In commercial circles made It necessary In 1889 forlOt western roads to agree on uni rates In trame to upper Missis slsslppl river points and testified that okceptedIwas found that no hardship was worked on tho rlvtr ttowns through such exception F A Leyland chairman of the southwest tartlY commission which Issues tariff sheets for a number of roads told of conditions In Kansas which led to raising the rates of oil from the Kansas fields to Kansas City and St Louis He declared that the Standard Oil company bad protested against a raise In the rate of 1 cents on oil shipments dthat the protest had been Isnored On crossexamination Mr Kellogg Eoupht to show that the Standard 011 company used pipe llms and that the Increase In rates was ImmaterIal to It IKKUVXI STILL IKODLCTIVK- V I cctls Home Pnpnlntlou Dud Kiixlniul and ICx MrtN Its Muiuifncturcs b There are In round numbers 20 bQOOOO acres of land In Ireland Twcntjflvo per cent of this Is waste The luOOOOOO acres of land more or vw valuable is used mostly for grat lpg Besides feeding for the most part the tour and IL halt million peo ple on the Island these faruft pro duce for export live stock of annual nt value of nearly 37X0i000 The export ofttextllefl front the island largely linen made front homegrown flax Is worth a Jltdo more than tho live stockt BacpnVdlry prbductsi poultry and eggs exported troN the Island are worth annually aearly CO 000000 The three Items amoUnt to a tqlfofl nearly Ji 6 HIOOOi VKfarlyp all of tKo foot products go to England which ewes Irelaa fo- rarcat many of the hearty breakfasts 0fbaco and eggs eajoye J there The textile fabrics go alt over the world tbllbandsSouthern California is frjsiira 4n Ireland bill our farmers tie aoL pro ttuce i50 Wdq worth of tatww butter egu aw paltry Wsvs no- niich more than a nlntli pmi X the a s Mens Shoes 200 to 600 Womens Shoes 200 io 500 Lendler 6 LydonI 609 Broadway r population of Ireland but we do not I produce enough of theso products for the home market and we are farther away from growing flax and sonvertlng It Into linen to export any ycarLafter Such figures as these suggest to us what may be done here how broad a basis for growthend development underlies our ie UonLos Angeles Times io Do not let any one tell you that something else Is just as good as De Witts Kidney and Dladder Pills because there Isat anything just aa good Sold by all druggists For Political Ilrawng- tBut I dont see why I cant take tho trip says the wife who has proposed that her husband allow her to go to Europe alone 1Oh of course you can take It If you like replies the husband but you know peopl jtbwlll xayt great many things Ji 7 Dut you dont care what people say she persists do rou1 You haentloutrusts until after election Dont OUI I know Im a candidate Chicago Evening Post IInlllltirs k The Munich Jugcnd has discovered live sign by which to detcctltho school to which a painter belongs 1 If he paints the sky gray ana the grass back he belongs to tho good old classical school 2 it he paints the sky blue and the grass green ho is a realist 3 If he paints the sky green and the grass bue he Is an Impressionist 4 If he paint the sky yellow and the grass purple ho is a colorIst 5 It ho paints the sky black an 1 the gras red he shows the possession of great decorative talent J Kodol Is a combination of the natural digestive Juices and it digests all classes ot food and every kind of food EO you see It will do the work that the stomach Itself does Sold by all druggists Xyeu Ilald Head Dill Nya In his earlier days onci i approached the manager ot oL ectuipt 4 J bureau with ta application for enir ieeryes said Dill What have you done Wet replied Dill my last job was in a dime museum elU ting 1n a barrel with the top of tny head sticking out posing as the larg est ostrich egg In captivityS Keeps Frostt Oil Windows 1r Dont you dislike to leave trie warm living room and undress in 1 fa cold bedroom where the frost U r 1to1 on Heater j Equipped uiih SwAekH Dcke1Ssnakes any cold room cheerful andcozyinatriceandkeepdtsoIt means no smoke no smeIao- botherjut direct ntente heat Finished m japan and nickel Brass font holds 4 quarts burn 9 hours Easily carried about Every mf heater warranted 1Ja o Lamp H eq lkd for Ita bl4iaRt steady Wit simple cortttruction and abtolute safety Eqwpped with the bestt eentrJ draft burner Made of bra nkkel plated Every lamp warranted If tourda1erdoesnot hand the Rayo Lamp or Perfection OiJ Heatet write our nearest agency for deeripnye circular STAJWAKD Stt COMPANY Incorporated LILJ I 0 fiopJ Wirkmaiishipt First cJass Material lSQI11IE DEALINi- f f nave built op the Ilargest ptembfag bmtiMM la Western JCe tncky My object Is to make K IArgel r eiI1fA 1 ED D HNNPIU- mbe i It 11 Lt NStetirri JIiJtF ii II l3oth PhOltsadI I2 South Pot i iijj J r jV g Hriwr also qn es L fl t i j Delinquent Tax List 1311 c City of Paducah 1908 WHITEa Della Abbott Sowoll and bill street d18 c U Acrcc Caldwell street G 12 lI1U Acker Mayflcld road 810 Lucy Agnew 904 Kentucky avenue o 10i 7 f Alheln Elizabeth St 4 34- I 1 1AUgutAi Alexander Souh I Fourth street G Ca J N Alsmaw Caldwell Ave 24 sf Sam Allen Yolser street 3 31 C JAllcock Ninth and Jones I street 100GS It O Allgood Adams street 2 32 J M Allison South Fourth St S10 Mrs Kato Anderson Fourth Husband and George 27 Chamberi iaddition 2 32 J F Anderson South Eighth t street 4 3G t Mrs Mattie Anderson Tenth S and Jones street G GO II Arnold Clay Fifteenth and Sixteenth rtreetso 4 58 A E Arnold Guthrie avenue 4 03 I Mrs Alice V Arnold Broad street 511 J J T Armstrong Twelfth and Harrison streets 17 28 T O Argust Sixth Husband and George 10 CS e Lucinda Atkins Harrison Eighth and Nluth streets 2 03 I W E Augustus South Fourth street E 11 Ollie Bacon Sowell addition ti 18 Wm M nakmr lUnVInvilo road G 62 S L Baker Farley Place G Cl D F Baker Woodward Ave 5 67 Mrs S F Bally Hays avenue 4 07 Mrs Annie Bailey Fourth JJ Clark and Adams 14 24 W W Barnett Broadway S Sixteenth and Seventeenth 15 47 1 1CS Barnett Third Monroe and Madison 458 C L Baynes Wortens I addition 1 04 Elizabeth Bass Warner are J nue Sixth and Seventh 159 C a Barnhart Bridge 3 04 Z R Bagby Seventh and Harrison 11 07- Mlsa CA Baird North Fourteenth I strict 154 II- E E Dell Thld Husbands and George 48 6- Hattle 1 Bell 633 Willie St 3 08 E W Berry Eighth and Campbell 19 b9 I d GF Berger 1728 Monroe 7 71 Charles Bhsbon Fourth and Washington street 55 M A Boiling Faxon addition 2 i4 M J or M A Bowlln Faxon addition 2 5 4 J Big Term Imp Co Harriman street 26 45 Leonard Block 2036 Bridge streEt 1079 c M Block Thurmanr addition 2 21 M A Blood worth Mill St S 57 James or Nora Bowlln Faxon addition 8 10 Mary E Bowlln North Twelfth street 8 S- eNA Bogard WashingtonIEleventh and Twelfth 4 07 J D Bohaman Bridge St2 54 Lull Bohaman Bridge St 1 04J rlMrs Mary B Dalton BrIdgeJ 4 street 77I STVE Bomer Wortens addl 9 tiSa C 67- JI W I1gwa X Tenth and Jones 3 G4C j T B Drown Brown street 3 53 tlt Drown Jefferson seven teent Eighteenth 12 66 C IIJ B F Brow Brown street 3 53 Mrs Laura Brown Harrlhan J addition V + C 33 E H a Browne JOd Hays Ave 9 04 C L nrahfcwelfthand FJournoy 7 CO August Brahic Third Monroe and Madison 11 18 RFBrahJc North Twelfth 353 John Branton Tenth Boyd and Burnett 4 4 58 E MBantoB Wortens addi tion ayr G 35 J M F and aL Broylea 1 Syheeler addition 1C 77 j Mi Bradflhaw Twentyfifth- and 1 Clay vk 2 54 I J D Brooks Lincoln Ave 3 53 Charles Branson Cleveland A avenue 2 10 Laura Browder Harrlhan add IUon G 33 Mien and Kato Browder VFouatala avenue 3 53 I Georgo Brandon Bockmoa street 3 09- B J B Breodea North Tfalr r 87teenthe1reetWalker JJryant Jackson St 6 67 O11I e Bryant Ohio street 3 08 I Belie Bryant Elizabeth St 2 03 w t Mrs Jessie Bryant South Eighth street 10 17I Sam BJraBi Seventh and J r husbands r 9 80 D N Brockman 1W3 North r TBlrteenth 1 3 53 1 N E 14 Buck Jackson street GGl Rosa Burton Goebel avenue 8 14 J H Burkholder Wortens addition 2 75 t Ben Burkhart Ninth and e Bockmon 4 50 ar Frank Budde 1004 South Twelfth 595 Oscar and Cora Burger 017 t 11 Tenneeee streetOf 8 10 Mrs 0 V Carter Harrison I r Sixteenth and Seventeenth 5 11 r s Albert Darn Ninth and Cald well street 3 92 J v ti 1ouls Carroll Sixth Bllzabetn and BroadH 10 13 Jest Carman Clements 5 57 Clara Cartha Eighth street V70 I Iis T Casket Clements St 6 Cl Richard CallU Teal and k e rll ti 1 Leako 403 John Cartwrlght Glonwood 3 04 W C Case WJilttemoro addi I tion 3 C4 GOIAmer141Eleventh and Twelfth 10 19 W B Champion Ninth Clark 764II and Adams City Lot Im Co Tenth lIus 324II bands and Bockmon Add Clark Bridge street 264 Miss E Clark Eula street 203 Mrs M E Clark North Twelfth street 13 71 W A Clark Thurman add tlon 3 48 Mrs Mary J Coleman Wor tens addition C 10 0 A Coleman South Etov enth street 7 60 U L Coleman Fountain Park 6 67 N A Cole North Seventh 9 04 W B Cole 730 Clark street Brown street 27Annie Copeland 1008 Ken tucky avenue 20 35 S A Comer Woodward 1 99 Ji B Cooper Bridge street 8 04 James Conley Ashbrook 5 24 S B Conaut Elizabeth and Broad 308 X A Cross Jefferson St 12 17 Joe Cunningham South Fourth street 6 61 i H M Cunningham Thirteenth Clark and Adams 20 10 George A Clark Mayfleld road v 8 38 W St DivS FMiemMj 2 54 Mrs R T Davis Jengsstaff avenue 5 11 Mrs Davis Ashbrook 104 Charles Davis Monroe street 12 17 B and C Davidson George street 1 04 S Darnell Seventh Hus I bands and Bockmon 3 63 Mrs Lucy Dalton Benton road 4 07 E J1 Dawson Harrlhan addi tion 4 03 M Day Green street 11 18 Mary Dean Madison Twelfth and ThIrteenth 1J 17 BD Dearer Tburman addi tion 2 64 Ed Dsouchctt Hays avenue 6 01 Louis DIehl Jones and Thur man streets 3 04 W J DIcke Broadway Twentysecond and TwentyII fourth 13 75II C L Dill Powell street 3 53 1 J T Dixon Littles addition 5 57 Mrs Annie Dulguld 2300JJ Broadway 1C 28 1 Miss M A Downes Eighth and Clark 25 79 J Dossett Tenth Ohio and Tennessee 1 7 6jj Mrs M T Doyle Tennessee street t 407 Owen Donegan North Eighth street 34 3 Mrs Robert Douch Bloom Held V03 bile Mary Drennen Eulah street i 5 01 Mrs L B Duncan Brunson avenue 07 0sa Dully Eighth Washing ton and Clark C 10 IL Outran Broadway 13 10 M Dunnaway Ninth Adams and Clark 14 GO t Faker 500 Harrison St 12 44 Wm Easley Wheeler addition 3 31 Edwards Broadway G 10 W A Edwards OBrien addition C 83 Co Edwardss Tittles addi tion 3 63 H Edmonds Bronson Ave 12 8ft W Egglcston Fourth Eliz abeth and George 154 Sue Eggleston Fourth Eliz abeth and George 5 50 Cora EUIs 1313 Jackson St G IV Elrod and Storrie West Broadway 4 07 T L Elder South Fifth St 14 20 T E Emmerson Madison Eleventh and Twelfth e 12 21 John Enders Wagner avenue 2 54 Mrs Bettie English 221 Bridge 126 W E Fagan Hays and Powell 403 Farnsley Heirs Elizabeth St 6 10 Joe Farris Ninth Harris and Boyd 6 57 V Ov Feeny Harrlhan add- ltloti 3 53 Joe Fiolds Elizabeth and George 8 14 H Jl7 Finley 95 11 S W Fleming Brown street 3 63 Mrs Carrie Flournoy Twenty first and Jefferson street 43 78 D M Flournoy Seventh and Harrison 84 93 Holt Forcum Clement 4 50 A M Foreman Madison Twentyflrst and Twenty second 4 58 Mrs Ford Powell street 120 John Fowler Clay Tenth and Eleventh 5 57 C Freeman West Side add tion 6 11 J N Frajnn Clay Sixteenth and Seventeenth 8 48 F L Futrell Fourth and Clay 21 02 A C Futrcfl Nineteenth and Harrison 9 14 Judeth Carrey North Sixth St 5 11 Gaybeck Heirs Elizabeth St 27 Gallagher and Lane Ninth and Trimble streets 2546 29IEvaabeth streets C M A GIbson Thurman addi 10II tion 2 W W Gli on Goebel avenue 10 541 + Boll V Green Kentucky Ave 5 07 Sam CJ Given near Brad shawy 2 54 A QjJH ert estate and heirs I YI y j 1 k1oj 6 I v ftC acres near Grief 1tl 17 M E Gilbert Salem avenue 6 61 Miss Ida Gilbert 813 Goebel avenue 781 N C Glover AdkIns venue 3 53 George D Glass Faxon add1 tion t 2 27 James Gordon CaldwoH SO 3 92 Ida Gordon South Third Bt 118 H MI Gower 2 53 T B Grasty Harrlhan add 1 tlon 7 22 Mrs Lllllo Greenbald Brun son avenue V 6 10 F E Grainger Clay arid 17Band Bockmon i 2 65 Mattle Grcer Fountain Park 10 60 Ed Grlffln 1346 South Ntoth 5 90 C Gregory Trimblo street 6 57 Dr W T 0aves Seventh Harrison and Clay 22 62 Miss T A Graham Harrison street 20 35 Nick Grief estate Elizabeth street 2113- F M and It Grief Twelfth Jefferson and Monroe G 10 Margaretto Greif Harrison 27 J B Green Goebel avenuo 8 10 M H Gallagher Sixth Hus bands and George 11 89 Mrs M B Ham Sixth Monroe and Madison 31 77 u Haness South Eleventh St 5 5i Vjmpy Haybeck Husbands St 6 54 John W Hock near old Fair- Grounds 2 32 Mrs Tom Harley Harrison St 3 OS w B Kandcock Fountain Park 3 53 d L Hays near John Arts 5 69 bt T Hiys Hays avenue 77 Fred lays for Trife 1C 79 V B Hays Broadway Sixteenth and Seventeenth 28 7S A Hall Twelfth Clark and Washington t 6 79 Jr B Harris OBrien addition 1 99 IL bL Harris Seventh Boyd and Burnett C Gl- rrr B Hart Atkins avenueG Gl rf 91Dewtion 1 94 A J Heltorr Eighteenth and Madison street 7 11 Jrs S F Henson Eleventh and Tennessee 2 03 John K Hendricks Broadway Seventh and Ninth H- Jr 34 H T Hessig COS South Eighth 25 59 lira J T Hlxton Littles ad dition G 54 lIra It B111x Jefferson Tenth and Eleventh 12 21 Iud JUnes Tennessee street 8 1ft Mrs Mary Hlgglna Sowell J addlUon 1 04 J H C Hills MayOcld road 3 80 bile Hill North Sixteenth 5 11 V A Holt Clay Fifteenth and Sixteenth 5 07 rL T Holt Elmwood avenue 254 V F Hobcr Twelfth and Harrison 15 29 F O Hober Sixth Boyd and Burnett 9 18 Ellen Howoll Twentyfirst and J Boyd I 7 15 D B Hook OBrien addition 1 04 Irs M J Holbrook Harri son Eleventh and Twelfth 2 03 J VMson Hollis Madison ThIr- teenth and Fourteenth 9 30 Mrs M A Hostotter 425 Woodward avenue 2 03 V A Hogan Jefferson Twentythird and Twenty J fourth street 2 03 J IL Housar West End 332 L F Muse Tennessee Eighth and Ninth 881J- ourtnoy Holt Sixteenth Harrison and Madison 4 SO J Irs ME Husbands Elizabeth street C 10 Yllllam Husbands 3 53 r L and L D Hulsey Jar rott street 308- rJr W Hudson Monroe Elev enth and Twelfth 14 35 JI H Humphreys 1229 South Ninth 2 64 flutcherson 1224 Monroe St 8 10 avenue G 06 S L Hutchcrson Guthrie Jr W Hughes South Fourth street 10 30 G V Hughes 1350 South Ninth 4 58 James Houston Bloomfield 4 5C tin C Hubbell Fourth Ten nessee and Jones 7 04- j II Hymond West Broad way 4 58 Jd C Hubbard McKInnlo avenue 10 08 UrsM E Ingram Sixth and Harris 12 43 Jr P Ivey Euiah 363 Tony Iseman Sixth Tennessee and Jones 19 81 Libert F Jones 1223 Salem avenue 4 85 Iu P James OBrien addition 22 John Jenkins Clements St 2 03 N S Johnson Thirteenth Burnett and Flournoy 4 03 Silas J Johnson Bridge St 3 92- Leah Johnson Twelfth andI Flnley 7 60 Sam Johnson Twelfth and Jones street 4 Oi- L8 W Johnson estate Clark Fourth and Fifth 20 84 L E Johnson Monroe Six teenth and Seventeenth 15 47 Charles Johnson 1007 South Sixth 6 53 II J Johnson Tully addition 1 94 Robert Johnson Eighth Husbands and Bockmon 4 07 G W Johnson Tenth and Burnett 5 57 L K Jorgerson South Third street 7 15 Mrs Willie Joiner 8 14 LI L Jones Bridge street 3 97 R O Jones Bridge 10 68 C 8 Jones Burnott Tenth a T Jones Bridge street 9 20 and Eleventh 6 57 L T Jones Adams street 4 58 Mrs C M Jones Clay st 12 70 Mrs M B Jones OBrleo addition I oo 49 w i JJH F Jones OBrien add tfon 1 94 Maryjcaskey Thirteenth and Flournoy 4 07 George Kaskey Thirteenth and Fourteenth i 7 60 H T Kennedy Husbands and Jarrett 264 9GEteenth and Fifteenth 14 74 Nincy Kelly Ashbrook Ave 3 30 1D Kelly Monroe Eleventh and Twelfth 8 Cfi John Kelthley 820 South Seventh street t 7 11 Mrs Emuel Keizcr Rowland town 49 W D Ulrkpatrlck Bloom Hold 1 Ot a S King JarrettIf 3 53 JWT and D A King Clay and Tenth 2 03 Geneva Koro Hlnklorlllo road 2 03 hula Kahn HarrJhan addlUon 1 81 Mallssa Kyle Kincado 1 32 Mrs W h LanIer Seventh Clay and Trimble 12 21 Po E Landrum Monroe St 10 90 M L Latham Eighth Adams I dad Jackson 3 63 0 L Lash Durnhelm 2 54 A A Larose South Sixth St 8 C5 Mary Landrura Joneastreel 1 54 W T Landls Woftons addl tton 5 79 L D Landis Caldwellt1 2 64 Langdon Co Littles nddl- lutlon 7 15 IL A Larue Uttlofa addition 3 1C Leech and Washington 1 Kentucky avenue Thirteenth and Fourteenth 2 03 Wm Lohnhard Woodward avenue G Cl George Lendled Island Creek 13 10 Thomas Lewis Broadway 5 7V T Lee West End 2 10 P G7 Lelsan North Fourteenth street Y 3 04 Theo Lererlnp Sixth Norton and Hussband 4 58 Jr B Lcd berry ODrlen addl tion 1 99 Jcie+ o LIgon Orlen addition 4 58 bt Lynn Clements street 7 CO frank Lynn Tenth street 920 largaretto Undey North View addition 8 58 R T LIshtfoot 123 Jotter ron street 39 12 1Y F Lacber Twelfth and Harrison 6 57- Vra Lovelace Trimble Ninth J and Tenth 10 C8 r E C Long and wife Madison Seventeenth and Eighteenth 13 54 Ito Lockwood Second Wash- Ington and Clark S C5 r Loyd 2400 Jefferson St 10 79 r T Luttrell ODrlen add1 Uon 2 32 L a Luttrell Fountain Park 4 68 kina M Lynn Clements St 0 10 J Atria Matlock Goebel Ave C 21 amcs Marshall Clements St- Irs = 03 M A Martin Twelfth and Monroe street 15 29 V M Martin Sixth Boyd and J Harris 4 58 r II Martin Tenth and Mad son Street lU G7 bIts Igia Mattison Husband Sixth and Seventh 8 14 r a S Madison 1510 South J Sixth 5 67- V T Metcalf 1016 South Twelfth 5 67 Iri M E Medley Sowoll addition 253 r A Meadows OBrien addi tion 1 99 Ira Kate Mllam Fourth Kentucky and Washington 44 44 Im Milliken OBrien addi tion 4 07 r B Mills Third Norton and J Caldwell 9 75 ick Miller 1136 Tennessee C 61 J V F Miller Twentyfourth and Adams 3 23 F 0 Miller Wheeler Ave 7 11 Alex Mitchell Fourteenth St 2 51 0 B Morris Monroe Third and Fourth 11 95 1V M Morris 902 Bronson 5 57 icorgo W Moore Third Tennessee and Jones 10 OS Della Moore Wortens addl tion C 10 Icorge 0 Moore Trimble Tenth and Eleventh 17 93 lolea Morgan Ktlgoro 2 54 Morgan and Cox Husbands and Jarrett 2 47 ilary Moss George street 127- N B Murrell 1C20 Clay St 9 91 Jeorge Muse heirs Tennessee street 1 54 br A Mitchell North Twelfth 7 82 M E McAubry Fourteenth Burnett and Flournoy 2 25 foo MeAn ey Ninth Husbands and Bockmon 4 03 L E McCabe Hnrrlhan 12 17 Mrs Hannah McClure 714 Jones street 6 10 W T McClure 203 Houston McClure Nineteenth street 7 27 R E McCartha Twelfth Ohio and Tennessee 7 CO JF W McFall Meyers street 15 08 iV O McFadden Fountain avenue 1190 Urea Z HcFadden Jefferson Sixth and Seventh 24 42 John McFadden Elizabeth Sixth and Seventh 5 67 Ursa McGee West End 2 03 R H McIntyre Wortcns ad dition 661- Jr W McKInney Second Clark and Washington Ht 24 Fannie McMtllen Seventh and Adams 610 It C McMahon 521 North Fifteenth 9 75 L B McNcal Metzzer add tlon I 3 04 George A McNeal Jones St 18 16 T Ml Nance 135 Norm Two th i 7 92 0 W Newton Burnett and Flog oy 4 58 Cewma WortonMs addition 7 Od- E T ewman Thirteenth and Madison street 13 20 T j fonrtl MtdUon Nine I j Y e rs I 1 rt teepth and Twentieth 3 37 Ed Nclloy liars avenue 4 03 Newkirk Fountain avenue 8 10 George W Oliver flushing street 4 Er- T B Owen fourteenth and Faxon 3 ID4 W IT Parhatn Ninth and Norton 2 7- ift G E Parrlsb Lan staff Ave 1 04 W D Padgett Bridge St 753 Mrs MI A Patterson Jefferson Eleventh and Twelfth 12 21 R E Pearson 1311 Atkins I avenue 606 Minnie Pearson Trimble Six teenth and Seventeenth 17 27 Wm Purdue Trimble Six teenth and Seventeenth 3 75 Stove Perry Tennessee street 5 57 Justus Potter 635 Elizabeth street 6 01- jWllllo Phillips Chamblla addi- tIon 2 21 49iraddition 203 0Ai Phillips Third and Norton 8 04 891VWon 4 89 K IL Phelps Guthrie avenue 9 80 Belle Pitman 1110 Jackson street 407 H Pierce Campbell C 61 W H Pinkerton Harrlhan addition 324 Julia Pinkerton Harrlhan add lt4on 8 48 I W Pope Powell 3 26 Bottle folk Eleventh and FlouTuoy 3 57 D 8 Porter Littles addition 1 87 0 P Powell 1920 Bridge 10 24- bt B Presnoll OBrien addi tion 49 W E Pruco 613 Ohio C Cl BlSTrimble 3 3 ii- W L Pryor Fifth Elliaboth and Oeorgo 1 04 D Ri Prince Twentieth and Jackson 1222 Mattie U Price South Fourth 9 30 W It Quarlcs 125 Clements street 001 Mrs bL JuarJcs Fourth Nor ton and George 704 Alfred Cjuartea Quarrels add lUan 403- R Rabb Jones street 810 1 Ray Wheeler addition 17 72 L B Racan 1237 Trimble street 14 53 W E Raney Seventh street 111 68 IV H Ralph 123 Jackson C 72 G A Radford 234 lays 4 69 0 It Radford Second Ken tucky avenue and Washing ton 40 70 Oscar Reber Kentucky Ave 1 54 r D Redden and wife Wheeler addition 8 10 Rcfilter Newspaper Co tm provemeot on Broadway Fifth and Sixth 65 99 F Reynolds Mechanics burs 3 04 IVnv Rldgeway Twelfth Jones and Tennessee 6 07 IV 8 Richey 1626 Monroe 10 74 E1 W RIchoy Mills streets 4 03 r P Rutter Fountain Park 5 57 Carles Riddle 1001 South Third street 700 El B Richardson Third Washington and Clark 19 81 tohn Rives Fourteenth and Tennessee 7 CO 1 O Rowfctt Tenth Burnott and Flournoy 6 06- ftm Rouse HInkloville road 2 54 lira M L Ron 148 Monroe 7 71 resale toss South Fourth 2 53 r II Roe Seventh and hart son 16 28 r O Roach 328 Ashbrook 3 59 Augusta Roberts Bridge St 814 N F Roberts Fountain Park addition 2 71 kVm Roark Bronson avenue 3 63 p II Roger Harrison street 6 06 II Rushing Fourteenth Flournoy and Terrell 3 08 Wm Rutledge 421 Adams SL 3 26 John Ruby Seventeenth Clay and Trimbte 9 64 W P Rudd estate Thirteenth and Hampton Ave 561 Carrie P Rudy Fountain Park 30 62 F E Rudolph and Bothers 1715 frnith Sixth T 5 57 Minnie Russell Lincoln C 94 Alex Ruwdl SmIthland Ave 7 16 0 H Russell Thurman addI- tion 3 37 F D Sanders Tenth Boyd and Flournoy 8 65 H Sanders Tennessee street 6 01 W D Saunders North Twelfth street 10 08 M D and Mary Sanders 2 91 R It Sanderson Bloomfield G 17 J F Sajrers Hays avenue 3 92 Mrs M C SchrOcder Qoebel avenue 8 14 Mary Schroren South Sixth street 10 17 M A Scott South Eighth St 1J 13 F S Scott 156 Clements stG 57 W F Scott South Fourth St 7 22 Sue L Scott North Thirteenth street 8 14 D W Schulte Tennessee street to I 0 R R 5 40 Mrs 31 Stars Fifth Ellz abeth and Broad 386 Sea Coast Milming Co Meyers treetI 144 48 J W Solders 200 Clements street 661 Robert Sherroll North Eighth street 10 Ok- ShenrwoH and Wallace Clqmonts street Cll T R Shelby Husbands St C 57 Sarah Sharp Harrison St 2 03 Gus O Singleton Sixth Mon roe and Madison 24 38 n Slednj Fourth Norton and Oiorgo 8 10 diaries Stinkard 1831 Bridge 3 53 Mrs J B Sleeth 438 South v Sixth 11661 Hiram Smedley Fourth Ten nessee and Jones 17 17 rr4i Bd Smith George Sixth and V tdmosdg xthrtreet 26Mrs IiJ61Idn7Chnrlcsand Jackson street 6 1l Jerome Smith Mayflold road 5 57 JItes V K Smith llarrfhan addition 30Mary B Snjder Monroe St 5 3 Prank Stevenson Madison St 3 9 O N Starretta 210 Aehbrook 5 1 Henry Stead Eighth and jjStegall3jMiles66- Dr B T Stewart Madison 53LewisBockmon streets 3 G9 Ella Stroud 733 South Fifth street 010- H C V 1 Sutherland UTieoler addition 7 3 04 Lena Sutherland Jackson Eleventh and Twelfth 15 29 C W Sutherland Krugor St 4 30 Mrs M E Subor 912 Ten ncssco street 10 17 David Tatum Thurman addl tion 3 04 Young Taylor 421 Ohio St 1C 90 P V Taylor back of ICilgoro 1 96 J C Taylor May field road 9 30 John D Terrell Jefferson Fourth and Fifth 57 98 The River Land Co Second and Tennessee 8 14 B H and Grace Thomas Har rthnn 2 53 C M Thomas IMnklovlllo roadt 3 53 I S Thomas West End 2 32 S B Thomas heirs Harrison Sixteenth and Seventeenth 4 07 Salllo Thompson Fourth and Jackson 4 01 1H W Thompson Bradshaw addition 2 54 Mrs Julia Thompson Ken tucky avenue 42 73 John C Thompson 77 Jaaea street 700- II A Torrenco Jefferson Twentyfirst and Twenty second 154l- ycttte1 Troutman Ashbrook 1 54 J M Tucker Harrison Tenth and Eleventh v 4 5S Charles Vand rout Jackson street 13 71 John Van Culin Bloomneld avenue 2232 Mrs Annie Vlck 307 Articraft 4 07 J M VJckery Guthrie avenue C GO Clarence Vogt Ninth and Bockmon streets 4 47 Tony Vogt Ninth Husbands and Bockmon C 61 John Vogt Ninth and Bock mon 3 Ot Miss May Vest 1217 South Tenth 4 07 Rosh Vogt Fifth and Norton and Husbands 2 OS e D Warren for children Broadway Twentysecond and Twentythird 18 3k- MI O Warren R Town 41 Lydia Wagned 4 07 JL T Walbert hers 627- Trimblo 8 61 C S Washburn 1031 North Twelfth 1069 Dr n A Washburn 1923 Madison 10 24 Mm E J Washburn 1925 Madison street 6 65 Mrs Emma Walker Sowell addition 1 87 lames Walker 620 BroadG 61 IV Eo Wnlker Twelfth Bur nott and Flournoy 5 61- M A WatkIns 1520 South Fifth street 4 58 The Warren ono aero land near Terrells 104 Watts Heirs Kentucky Ave 12 21 IU P Watts Broad Fourth and Fifth 511- J R Wallace Mill street 3 31 Sclllo Wallace Ninth and Madison street 12 21 B C Wallace Third and Jones 2 64 Mrn Wallace Wheeler addition 2 oil F J Ward Bloomflcld 2 32 H F Wade 343 ASQDrook 5 57 D Wells Salem avenue 276 IV V Webb Hamilton 2 70 Lula Weatborlngton Terrell addition 181 Ed Weathorington Fountain Park 3 53- Wallnco Werner Broadway Tv7entyfourth and Twenty Stilt 3os Henry Welmer Glonwood ad- dItion 1 99 Fred West Nineteenth and Harrison 3 53 E W Whlttomoro 234 Broadway 57 98 Wheeler Kelly I Co Brown street 3 90 n White Thurman addition 2 64 W II White Salem avenuo 12 94 Sam White Thirteenth and Jones streets 0 61 L A White North Tenth St 7 GO M White and wife 129 Cloment street 8 OS Miss Annie White iMonroo St 4 07 J P Withers Jarrett St 3 04 George Wlso Jefferson Thir teenth and Fourteenth 8 14 SV4Hngham 263 J W Wicks Fourth Madison and Harrison 7 04 Duke Williams Jones street 12 21 Walter M Williams Elgbtb and Bockmoa street 250- A Wdtliamn Harrison Fifth and Sixth 6 67 Mrs It Wilson estate Wagner Sixth and Seventh 3 08 E S Wilson OBrien addl tion 194 0 n WJlHainson 514 North 10 00Fifth W U Vllkerson Ashbrook avenue r 403 Martha 0 Wilson CJ ra mUi r i l 8i 98street 4 S fI DO VsJcoxi Moaroe 8tx I toenth and Sv e9lMllnS 08 B Wllcox Slxtli Boyd and ti I Burnett 3 O- SJJ WHWns and wife 1600 1 Jones street 11 44 Ernest Wilkins Fourteenth Burnott and Flournoy 3 08 ij T J WJlklns 421 Ash brook 3 97 Wllllnms Wortcns addltloi 3 36 Ed Woods Murray 502 I NortbIID U- J At Worten Wortens add1 U6n to rji II 68 Ixnrifl Wurtijwn Xihbroolc 8 10 Wl Wyatt Brown street 3 37 11- R v Yarbro Soutti Fourth street v 36 Mrs Uzzlo Yates Elizabeth street 263 Ci F Yates rillY d avenue 6 79 Jf F Young Brodshaws addition 2 64 J M Young Fountain Park 3 63 An Young Fountain Park 3 63 J N York Twentyfirst and Adams 265 A G Yopp Cbarablln addiI lion 2152 COLORED 4 Dora Alexander Ninth street 4 07 paveNinth street 6 67 George Armstrong Sixteenth strwt 4 68 b Bacon Sowell addition 304 James Baldwin Flournoy SU 2 01 SouthI 120 Wm Barber 910 Bockmon street 3 SB S D Uaynfcara 2 54 Charles Baynham 1309 South Eighth street 2 54 3am Buysham 1309 South j l Eighth street COS- B J Baynham 1415 Lug i iistaff 3 53- Harriett Beach Ninth Harris I and Boyd 407 John Dell Ninth Norton and Caidwoll 4 68 Blancto Bennett North Tenth street 5 33 W T Blanks Burnett Sixth acid Seventh 914 Edgar Bowers Ninth street 3 04 M E Bowers North Twelfth CJLawrence I Ben Boyd Terrell street 1 noj laura Brown Tenth street 1 64 W II Brown 725 South Seventhj 700 Manrafctto Drown Eighth St 3 67 G W Brown Twelfth St C 01 J B Bronson Cleveland Ave 3 63 Wm Bradley Ninth street 3 97 Luolla Briggs heirs 030 Terrell 4 07 Thos Briggs 613 South Eighth X 7 60 Kitty Browns Heirs 61 South Seventh 1 5 11 Frands Buckner 1032 Kentucky avenue x 01 W A Buford Terrell street i 61141 Temple Ciruthcrs 193 South Eighth 3aCannons heirs Wastblegtoa Tenth and Eleventh 3 01 Mrs F Campbell South Seventh street 3 6l i George children 1309 Madison street 700 Wm Chlldress 1321 North Seventh 5 08 J W Clark 720 North Tenth 7 00 1EMjahJ Clark Ashbrook Ave 1 81 MahaUa Clopton 720 Clark street 6 99 Jane Copeland Tenth Hus bands and George 203 Wm Crowell 1405 Clay St 7 21 Lucinda Daniels 1120 Hani son streett C 111 Hal Danlols 718 Harrison St 7 99 Al Dawson Seventh Clark and Adams 13 21 G W Dawson Madison St C 67 Henry DcBao 1438 South Tenth 7 60 Robert Dtggs Cleveland 3 3L Frankle Dixon Kentucky avenue 3208 Wm Doolcy 1005 North Seventh 4S8 Anderson Donaldson North Seventh street 0 06 George Drewry North Seventh estreet 7 11 Alex Drown 715 South Sixth 10 13 Henry Dunlap 810 North Seventh j 4 68 II H Dunlap Sixth Tenses eco and Ohio 700 hoary Edwards Third Bt 3 04 ann Elliott 1313 South Fifth street 2 03 Anderson Ellis near R R viJohnvi and Seventh 3 63 Norflcot Finley Rowlandlown G 12 4 Catherine Fletcher Pluakct 1 HUI 2 Oa1 Ella Ford 901 Broad 308 Ellzah Fowler 803 Washing ton street 10 17 Rosa Fuqua 816 North Tenth C lU Cirlcsa Green Seventh and Burnett 1 54 Boswoll Green 4 07 Thw Glass 1770 South Sixth 0 10 Joe Gordon Caldwell St 4 3f Roda Grace 1221 Husband St 0 IflJI H and n Rosa Griffith Eighth and Norton street 1 04 Kato Greer stem Comers 199 Gregory and Hester CaldwoH street 3 41t Burnett 3 08 Paulino Grubbs 713 South FIfth r oj 6 11 James Grubba care L O O FrSeventh sad Adams 45 81 Richard Jlarrte Btorcath and Flouraoy 3 C3 Harrison Husband 1 Tenth and Eleventh 5 57 Ella Hays 815 Husbands St 4 60 Charles Hardtoon Ninth St 4 58 George Hathaway Tenth St 1 9V Cora Harrte Jones Tenth and Btoveath 7 IS t CoQtou640Q Pege thlrten IlSAS Marxr1PTl4 Pw i r 1trl Ljlr THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 THE PABUOAH t EVENING SUN vltAOIlTHIRTKKJf r UllGARWiWHIfTBMORH I I REAL ESTATE AGENCY FRE- EREALrESTATE PRICE LIST Cll Sdor TtlrploDt for it t Ti M83s FRATERNITY BLDG vPADUCAH KY Delinquent Tax Listt Continued from Page Twelvo lIaunto IIcndorcoDf Seventh and Terror dro t 2 8 I IM JIlKgUu 169 Woodward 403I Sam llobba Faxons addition 3 04 Iron CTjlnlir Quriivll o 3 OSi Mrs 1I M llallowall 121C North Fourteenth 2 C3 l J and A E Hawaii Jack tluu Eighth and Ninth 12 7 Henry Howell estate Eighth and Terrell 104 Jeff Jacobs Woodward Are 2 CO Ralph Jorncgaw 919 Burnett 4 80 Monroo Jenkins Broad alley 3 53 Lawrence Jenkins 420 South Sixth Btroot 3 CI IreI Florence Jenkins 1711 Broad alley 2 C1 lnunlo Gray Eighth and t Henrietta Johnson Eighth Husbands and llockuion 4 07 Louis Jones Hlghlb Oblu and Tennessee C 39 Win Jordon Eleventh and lluxhandtf nlrccls 7 9S i Hllax Kuvil 4 IS South Sov cntli street 18 23 Joo KeoUnjj 123S North Twelfth 7 2 John Kirk Lake Ninth and Tenth 2 54 Win IKnight Eleventh Boyd and Terrell 3 04 T A Lawrence Ilowlandtown 4 J3- a FrancosI Llndscy 1718 Broad alloy 203 Han IJsou 14 1C Adklns Are 4 SO Manta IB LoU 702 South Sixth 9 ISt t M W H iult 70S South Sev 03POtt st Tonth 7 iS Charles Loving Ii37 South Tenth 7 11 George Loving Broad Sov enth and Eighth 3 04 John Mathls Bowman addi tion 4 07 Malta Malbls CO 2 Terrell street 3 08 Margarolto Mannfon 1310 Madison street 2 C 10 John Marsh Truth and Boyd 9 C4 John Mathla Jackson St C 67 Paulino iMryora C 10 Mochanlcsburg Temple 49 Mrs C W Herri weather JJA 1 4 Bicycles Motor Cycles Gasoline EnginesI SPumpsCorn Shellers Corn Grinders Saw Outfits Supplies Repairing a 4opcchltySend us your nniuo anti ntllrursanil wo will help you Bavo t I IsS13MITCHELL31i328 inoupy t 4 I is t- as H 1 l rF I Is Il w KILLTHECOUCHJ J AN CURE THC LUNGS kI wmiDrtJinl s Newt Discorda 1 fI 1 14P1iICS I r 1CQ SZl Till IsNls fftt l 0 tUNiTO4IILEL- dII 1 UOaOXSTJLDVDDII I tt- in- i Jones Eighth and Ninth 2 V 3- I John Minor South Eighth St 4 53 Mauda Miller 113G North Sixth 3 08 Bartlett Mooro Trlmble St 2 03 O A Morgan Elizabeth Sixth and Seventh 3 53 John Mosloy heirs Tith and Boyd 1011 Sid McCIuro heirs Washington Tenth and Eleventh 7 15i George McGee Caldwell St 8 lo George McGlll Eleventh Floiiwoy and Terrell C 0 i Win McKnlght Burnett St 3 5 I Jones McKnlght 91C Sanders avenue 331l Sam Neal Tenth and Cleve land1 S 67r Isadoro Nichols 1127 Jones street 50 Annio Nord Broad alley 2 03 Mrs U Owen 100C Cleveland 2 0 Ovcrton and Reed George Sixth and Seventh 4 0V Emma Owen 912 Kentucky avenue i C 38 Frank Owen Sr 923 Wash lugton Street 8 SI Nelson Owen 921 Washington j street 9 G 4 J L Palmer 1D07 Clay SL C OC Warren Parker Bowl ndtown 2 46 S Pascal back of Conners 2 C4 Jennfo Payne 727 North Ninth 12 4 Marton Perry North Twelfth suet 4 03 Owen Phillips C2C South 0Seventh GOO IEd Price 1317 South Ninth 4 03 Ned Pullon TanUi Tennnnwn and Jones 2 04 Aba fuller 078 South Fifth 7 GVJ Wm Itccd Tonth street 4 0 3 2isd Reynolds Atkins Ave 2 03 Will and Dave Itoynoldi Twelfth streots 7 Cl Henry Reeves Eighth husbands and Bockmon 5 C7 Eliza Reed Eighth street 32 5G Qeorgo Richardson South Ninth street 2 54 Aruisteal Richards North Seventh COW A lUdgeway 823 South Twelfth 4 03 Cr O Hewlett 1101 North Tenth C CC C W Robertson Jones St 1i18 Kate Roberts Washington St 3 08 Martha Robertson 1024 South Fifth C 11- Margarotto Sowcll Rowland town C Gl- Mancrva Simpson Mill St ItIi4 James SpriGgs 122G South Eighth 3 81 O W Skolton 817 South Fifth street 0 24 Mlrah Smith 811 Husbands street 4 50 James Smalley near Sara Beyers 2 C4 diaries Small South Tenth 711 W M Stringer Yeiser Ave 3 SO Belle Steell 1111 North Elev enth street 4 07 Star Club Eighth Norton and Caldwoll 3 53 entli and Eighth C 07 Page Tandy Clay street 557 S Talley 824 North Tenth 7 CO Harris Thomas Twelfth and Washington 7 GO Mrss S 0 Thomas 715 Thompson heirs Tenth liar ris and Boyd 203 James Turner 415 Jack son street G 83 Wm Turner Thirteenth Ton nessca strr t 6 84 Charles Tucker 1040 South Fifth 5 57 George W IU 112G Jones G Cl A Watts 1129 North Four teenth street 7 CO Albert Watson 1311 Monroo street 5 C7- Mnncurva Wallace Mills St 231 Jcrdow Walker 1212 North Eighth 7 69 1 Watkins Motrlcr addition 3 53 John Washington 1318 South Ninth 4 03 Alfred Webb 1235 South Eighth street 4 58 Bartlett While 808 Caldwell street 5 V7 James White Ninth and Washingtonstreets C Gl Vick White Broad alley 3 53 Starks White Broad alley 2 27 Sarah White 620 South Ninth street 6 61 Harry Williams Tenth and Lea ko 2 15 Dink WilHanw C21 Terrell St 5 it Tom Williams 1220 South Tenth 7 00 Lucy Wllllatna Cleveland 49- O L Wllon Ilowlandtown 1 99 Crcslo Woolfolk Thirteenth and Monroe 8 11 Scott Woolfprd South Thir teenth street 7 60 Julia Wright 1511 Clay St 8 53 Hid above delinquent tux bills duo liio City of 1uUitrali ul1 llltd offered for w Io by lint city IroiaurtT mi Monday November thud IOOH lit 10 uclHk ii in unices pall boforo that Into lo the clly trcniiurvrut his ofllcu hi lie city hall llckpcctfully ALEX IUmt N1J Auditor Fpivimlc Pauper Ho claims a knowledge of the poor Law second to noun sold a so licitor of James Murphy who was charged at Tower Bridge with refrac tory conduct and throwing a salt cel lar at an official of the Tanner street workhouseMurphys I knowledge of the law was such the solicitor said admirably that ho had baffled the guardians and hid never been soot to time sessions as a roguo and vagabond The pres ont assault took place on his two I hundred and first odmlssloii to the workhouse Murphy skillfully cross examined t the witnesses against him and was re manded so that he could cell an In mate aa a wtnes ILnd9n Ezpre J JJ IIWI THE F TIE T I NNER By O HENRY tCo yrisit nov by the 8S McClure Co1I MOXI Y talk But you may that the conversation u little old ten dollar Jilll Un NOsY York would Ito noth CIng more tlinn n whisper Oh very 3veil visa up this sotto voce uutnbloR rajihyofun Xlt you like If you an tolJohn Ds check look n a r at you t h raiRli rllthlrHut dont forget hut sninll cluinRc can toy n word to thin point now und then rhe IIPX tme you tip your Rr Krn clerk a sliver quarter to give you extra 3weight of his boss goods read the fear words above the ladys head plow ure they for repartee I nm n ten dollar treasury note sc ries of 1001 You may have seen one In a friends hand On my fare In the renter Is n plcturo of the Bison niiicrl vantiii inlkcillcd a buffalo liy nrtyor sixty millions of Americans The heads of Captain Lewis nnd Cnptnlu Clark adorn the ends On tuy buck IIs Ithe graceful figure of Liberty or Cere or Maxine Elliott1 standing in the center of tbo adage on n conservatory plant 8My references Isor are soctlon Xi88 revised statutes Ten cold hard dol tars1I dont say whether silver gold lead or Iron Uncle Sam will hand you Iorer his counter If you want to cash tat hi I beg you will CXCHM any couv rfca tlonal breaks that I make Thanks I knew you would Got that sneaking little respect and agreeable feeling to ward even an X bnvcnt you You lee a tainted bill doesnt have much ehaiicc to acquire a correct form of ex ptvsloil I never knew a really cut tured and educated pernon that could afford tto hold n ten spot any longer than IIt would tnke to do nil Arthur delicatessen Duffy to the store nearest thats nil sign orII For n slx yenr old Ivo bad a lively and gorgeous circulation I guess Ive paid an ninny debts as the man who dies Ive been owned by a good many kinds of people but a little old ragged damp dingy five dollar silver certltl tate gave me ajar one day I was next H to It In the tat and bad smelling purse of a butcher jI Hey you Sitting hull says dont scrouKo son Anyhow dont you j think its about time you went In on a customs payment and got reissued For a series of 1S99 youre a sight Oh dont get crackly just because youre a buffalo bill says the fiver Youd be limp too if youd been stuffed down in a thick cotton and lisle thread under an clastic all day and the thermometer not a degree under 85 In the store- I never beard of a pocketbook like that says I Who carried you A shopgirl says the five 8J1OII Whats thatrI hind to atk Youll never know till their millen alum conies says the fiver lust then a two dollar bill behind me with a George Washington head spoke up to the fiver Aw cut out yer kicks Aint lisle thread good enough for yer If you was under all cotton like Ive been today and choked up with factory dust till the lady with the cornucopia on me sneezed half a dozen times youd have some reason to complalu That was the next day after I arrived in New York 1 came In a 500 package of tens to a Brooklyn bank from ono of Its Pennsylvania correspondents and I havent made the tic IHENRY MAMMEN JR MMQVM TO THDtB AW D1flI1o- na BbUUef l+ilk Nrlf AIII axi Library Work s specialty- DR KING BKOOKfl RFNTIST Room 7 Truchrart Baildlaf np hairs Next to Catholic church New phone 1303 Office hours 030 a m lo 530 p m Residence old phono i3 RUBBER STAMPS lade to Order Mail orders given proiuplt uttcu tiou Seals NttinburiuK Machines w tlateritIeto 0 Sr FOR QUAlir ri S IIS S Third St Phones 358 NEW STATE HOTEL t+ METROPOLIS ILL D A Bailey Prop cityantes h room Both rooms Electric lights Tlu only centrally located Hotel U tho city POMMIIHOfATi fATROfiO 1i i p0140cT Lu 1 qualntauceofilU1y of the tflve and two spots friends pocketbooks yet Silk for mine every time I was lucky mouey I kept on the move Sometimes 1 changed hand twenty times n day I saw the Inuld o of every business I fought for m owners query pleasure H seemed that on Saturday nights I never missed be lug slapped down on a bar Tens were Always slapped down while ones an twos were slid over to the bartender folded1 I got In the habit of lotfclnB for mine and I managed to soak In a little straight or some spilled Martin or Manhattan whenever I could One I got tied up In a great greasy roll 01 bills In a pushcart peddlers jeans II thought I never would get in circuit lion again for the future departmen tI t I 01If got day on ac count of paving his cart too near ia crowing and I was rescued I alwayi will Iced grateful to the cop that go me He changed me at a cigar storE near the Bower that was running Ia crap game in tho back room Bo it wai the captain ot the precinct after all thud did me the best turn when ho go his He blow me for wine the next evening lira Broadway restaurant and1 I really felt as glad to get back again as an Astor does when bo sees the lights of Charing Cross- A tainted ten certainly does get action on Broadway I was alimony once and got folded In a llttlo dogskli purse among n lot of dimes The were bragging about the busy time there were InOsslnlng whenever thre girls got hold of one of them during the Ice cream tt nit But Its slov moving vehicles keep to the right foi the little bok tips when you think 01f the WRY wo bison plasters refuse to stick to anything during tbo rush lob ster hour Tbofirst1I ever heard of talntct money was one iilgbt when a Jooo thing with a Van to his name threw me over with some other bills to buy a stack of blues About midnight a big easy going man with a fat face like a monks and the eye of a Janitor with his wages raised took me anti a lot of other notes and rolled us Into what Is termed a wad among the money talntcrx Ticket mo for five hundred said he to the banker Dud look out foi everything Charlie Im going out for I stroll In the glen before the moonlight fades from the brow of the cliff It anybody finds the roof In their way theres 60000 wrapped lu a comic sup element In the upper left hand cor ner of the safe Be bold Everywhere be bold but be not bowled over Night I found myself between two twenty dollar gold certificates One of eiu says to me Well old shorthorn youre In luck tonight YouIiSee something of lire Old Jacks going tto make the Tenderloin look like n Hamburg steak Explain says I Im used to joints but I dont care for filet mignon with the kind of saice you serve Excuse me saii tho twenty Old Jack Is the proprietor of this gam tiling house lies going on n whiz to- nIght because he offered =50000 to a church nnd It refused to accept it be cause they said Ills money was tainted What Is a church 1 asked Ob I CorgotsaY8 the twenty Ofcoursemuch to put Into the contribution basket and not enough to buy anything at a bazaar A church Isa large building lu which penwipers and tidies are sold at 20 each I dont care much about chinning With gold certificates Theres a streak of yellow In cm All Is not gold thats quittersOld certainly was a gilt edged sport When It came his timo to loosen up he never referred the waiter to an actuary By and by it got around that he was smiting the rock in tbo wilderness and nil along Broadway things with cold noses and hot gullets fell In on our trail The third jungle book was there waiting for somebody to put covers on Id Old Jacks money may have hail A taint to It but all the same he bad orders for his Camcmbcrt piling up on him every minute First his friends milled round him and then the fellows that his friends knew by sight nnd then a few of his memlcfe burled the hatchet and finally ho was buying souvenirs for so many Neapolitan fish er maidens and butterfly octets that the head waiters were phoning all over town for Julian Mitchell to please come around and get them Into some kind of order At last we floated Into an uptown cafe that I knew by heart When the lIodcarrlers union in jackets and nprons saw us coming the chief goal kicker called out Six eleveir forty two nineteen twelve to his men anti they put on now guards till It was clear whether we meant Port Arthur or Portsmouth nut qld Jack wasnt working for the furniture and glass factories that night He rat down quiet nnd sing Humble In a halfhearted wny Ills feelings had been hurt so the twenty told me because his offer to the church had been re fused But tho wassail wont on and Brady himself couldnt have hammered tho thirst mob into a better Imitation of thntlrOilkin Old Jack paid the twenty glove me for n round Icaving moon the outside of his roll Ho laid the roll on tho table nnd sent for the IIroprletor1M- lke says he heros money that the good people have refused Will It tholdevll7tiJt wlfltays Mlfce and Ill put It In the drawer ne 3 fo the bills that was paid Jo the paeons daughter for kisses at the clur ihI fair to build a new parsonage for the persons daugh ter to live 111Atlol-fock II wtfcn the hodcarrlers tllIjtr9itat hiaHTilIimlfl IMTIoSr 6f Iho Teslahrnnt and cornea up to Old Jacks tattle Yonve seen the kindblack shawl creepy hair ragged skirt white face eyes a cross between Gabriels and n tick kittens tho kind of woman that H always on the lookout for au automo bile or tke mendicancy squad ami she stands there without a word and looks at the money I Old Jack gets up peels me off thu roll aDd hands me to her with a bow Madam says he just like actors Ive beard here Is a tainted bill 1 I am a gambler This bill came to mo tonight from a gentlemans son f Where he got It I do not know If you will do me tbo favor to accept It yoursT took me with a trembling hand I Sir said she I counted thousands of thtsvlflsuo OC hills Into packages when they were virgin from the prew es I was a clerk in the treasury deportment t There was an official to i whom I owed my position You say they are tainted now If you only knewI But I wont say any more I Thank you with all my heart sir t thank you thank you Where do you suppose that woman carried me almost at a real TOI bakery Away from Old Jack and u sizzling good time to a bakery Atul I get changed and she docs a Sheridan twenty miles away with a dozen roll- and a section of jelly cake ns big as a l turbine water wheel Of courw I lost sight other then for I was snowed Ail i In thobakery wondering whether 1VI1 get changed at the drug store tho next day Inan alum deal or paid over to tbo cemenFworks A week afterward I butted up against one of the one dollar bills tbo baker had given the woman fob change Yalta E35039GC9 says L Werent yonin the change for me In a bakery last Saturday nights Yep says the solitaire in his free and easy style How did the deal turn out d askedShe blew 1217051131 for mllkAnnd round steak sop tho one spot Sbb kept mo till the rent man came It was a bum room with a sick kid In It But you ought to have seen him go for the bread and tincture of formalde hyde Halt starved I guess Then sho prayed some Dont get stuck up tenner We one spots hear ten prayers where you hear one She said some thing out who glvcth to the poor Ob lets cut out the slum tall Im certainly tired of the company that keeps me hI wish I was big enough to move In society with you tainted bills T Shut up says I Theres no such thing I know the rest oCt Theres a lendcth to the Lord somewhere in it Now look on my back and read what you set there This note Is a legal tender at Its face value for aU dobfspiibllc and private + w This talk about tainted money makes me tired says I SONG tWhen thrt I loved1 a maidss l My ttfcaven was in her eyes iIt And when they bent above me 1 knew no deeper skies But when her heart forsook me My spirit broke Its bars For grief beyond tho sunset And love beyond the stars When that I loved a maiden She seemed tho world to meII Now Is my soul the universe My dreams the sky and seat There is no heaven above me No glory binds or liars MyI grief beyond the sunset My love beyond the stars When that II loved a maiden- II worshipped where she trod But when she clove my heart the cleft Set free tho Imprisoned god Then was I king of nil the world MyI soul had ibitrstjs liars For grief beyond thin suascl And love beyond tine stare Alfred1 Noyes fur tho Nayembe Everybodys New OliverNo 5 Sets Swiftest Pace Ever Known in Typewriter Selling Th e wonderful now mode Oliver No C Inns taken the market by storm JthoJI Ceded in enthu Ii siasm anything-we I hind dared to anticipate Employers and rstenographers alike have welcomed It as tho ono ipuchlno that answers line hourTheI I Speed and the Oliver rrnpnnila StiedbyTo u call for u writing machine that wilt do many thing aud do each or them equally well the Oliver Dn8nus with its unexampled serratltlfy Its visible riling saves tho strain on eyeandbraindlta lends beauty to Its work The letters that bear tho Oliver Imprint are the letters that seem to speak Oliver No 6 fairly bristles with new ana uxclustvo ullltIandmoneyavln tnentlonlonlyDlinppearlrin Indicator show ex net printing point llnlnnrc glilftlnc Mcclinnlsm saves operative effort Mae tinting Device la nno for tab ulated work Duuble Hclcniie doubles coivonl ence SonYbraIlDIIU e Insures eta MHty Yet with all of tinno nd lnl lniin vrnicnl Wo have itlll further fualugbrainsNo II lIlia dream come trueIOliver crVS111lzedof hlning1 steel that embodies every wrltIngAsk the nearest Oliver agent for a Free Demonstration of Oliver No 5 Boukyouraforvia Oliver typewriter Cogipany l ltlslater17imTIkMliittlding Qff 1ff IIKCKITIOV TULLY 1 II IAll Our Electrical Workjt Done Supervision of City Electrical InspectorI Guarantoed to the Best WEST KENTUCEY ELECTRIC CO I 12 Broidwj J Fisher Mgr New PLone 1561 City Transfer Co- C L Van Meter Manager All Kiijdi Hauling Second I y dW ahfn Streets Warehouse Storage Both PhoneiS499 I ViMllXVlW CAN RIDE important New lliilliiRs With Itcgan- tn 1 lUilluny IIISSCM Washington Oct 29Free ltnSet may bt IIssued to bona fide exem l ojcs of a road who are traveling to reenter the jrallroaJ service Passes cannot b9 extended to families 01t employes who died a natural death wdillo In the service of common car rlersfttough that privilege Is ae corded to the families of employe s killed In the service These ur among tho ruilngs announced by the Intcntato1 commerce commldUm to day The commission holds that at railioad may provide in Its tariffs hat whenever because of washout or other accidents passengers are de layed ibojxjnd their ticket limit or si as to curtail their stopover privilege the conductor or other agent may Indqrrement err the ticket extend th time lo cover such Ilcpliaiit ivfckH Knitnl Staring romarJiH on the onuetty 01f wild bet ttperfbrntkncdf wero triad by JIT tho West London luagktrate He fined a pJeturesquo person known as Havadla elephant at tendaut at Uio Coon Village of the FrancoBrltUh exposition 40s and 2a costs and William SchrcSda trainer Eli andU 7v cotts cn1 he bound over Gustav liagonbeclc to come up for Judgment rf called upon cruelty to elephants Tho cruelty of forcing t1iQm 1o down a dlute Into n tinkIondon Express Every time tome peope say smart things they make others smart F UNCLE 4 SAMPAYS PAYSWELL GOIXO TO A or brldtfo party Why itot hate A coupe from itbls livery stable tako and return you The cost wntI bo trilling and youll have the ploasuro of arriving In style and without the slightest disarrangement of our dress and JIRlr Do tho thing right next Units Ordor the carriage tram here as If you owned It F Tho Tully Livery Co Incorporat tct Fourth and avenue THE LIVFRY CO 4tat ikentucky Ave UktHteUI UnderI Ahdls be 127 G JL F s of a ton I I for x v the b detention Garrott r the tM fbr consisted r1de water Kentucky 8T LOUIS a TENNESSEE RIVEIC PACKET COMPANY Incorporated I FOR TIlE TENNESSEE RIVER STEAMER OLYDH Leaven radncah for Tennessee TUrn Every Wednesday at 4 p a 1 W V1UG11TMaster EUGENE UOUINSOX Clerk rThis company Is not responsible for Invoice charges unless collected by the clerk of the boat Special excursion rates from Padu lib to Waterloo Fare for the round trip 800 Leaves Paducah e I very Wednesday at 4 p m eVANSTILLE 1ADUOUI AND CAIRO LINE- latnrporated BVANSV1LLEVADUCUI PACKET Dally Except Sunday Steamers Joe Fowler and John S flopklns leave Paducah for Evans rllle and way landings at 11 a m THE STEAMER DICK FOWMJR Leaves Paducah for Cairo and way landings at 8 a m sharp dally ex cept Sunday ficeclal excursion rates R now In effect iron Paducah to Cairo and return with or without meals tad room Good music and table ua inrpasaed For further Inforndatlon apply to 3 A Fowlor General Pass Agent or Given Fowler City Pass Agents at FowlerCrumbaujth 4 Cos Once First and Broaawty f The sauries paid by Undo Sam to Civil Service employes equal and exceed those paid lany branch of private commercial life Thom sands of appointments are made annually To governmentIposition by qualifying At homo to pass any Civil Service Examination write today for our V Free Civil Service Dopk INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS SCRANTON PA a ==iALT TJIi ACXICSSOnlliS 01 A j Jla1J icure sets perfumes toilet water creams lotions and powder aro here in nit the exquisite elegance and high grade concoctions so dear to the tem trine heart As aids to beauty oarFlIne of skin foods lu creams and lo h dons aro unexcelled Our array of toilet articles will suit tho moattUeItidious fS H WINSf BAD Druggist Seventh andbroadwayii Phones 756 h W F Paxton It Rudy P 1aryeartPresident Cashier Assistant Cashier t i CITIZENS SAVlNfiSBANK Incorporated Third and Broadway City Depository State Depository CapIWrn rer v tt fi M 1100009 t Surplui a c Q9000 Stockholder liability i 100009 Total security to depositor f830666 Account of IndlvMuaM and fines solicited Wo appreciate a small as well as Ilarge dtvosltp ti and accord to all the saute conrteeas treatment i INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS i c OOT4XXharpeglalsdel pit r wl 4 PAOKFOUfTI91sXrim PADUCAH EVENING SUN THURSDAY OCTOHRR 99 I m BRYAN AND THE FARMERS 1lau In 1896Mr Bryan tells the farmers how to keep troth going broke 4 INIn1108kir Bryan tells the farmers how tge7theiri just desertsMcCntcheon in Chicago Tribune i I r LEADERS OF LABOR l= = New York Oct SiJTho action ol President Samuel Gomjiera of the American Federation of Labor in sending a circular letter to the van ous unions throughout the country appealing for monO with which to I cap tho friends and defeat the enemies of lalwrLnother words to support William Jennings Bryan and oppose William H Taft for the presi dencyIs being condemned bitterly iby tabor mint In thlgSty Officers of tho various locals In New York attack Gompers because of tho covert manner In which bop seeking tal laleo funds to participate In the poll tical campaign when the chief prin ciple of the labor organization Is to keep free of political alliances They hlslnpparfJntmtniber of the union to vote for Bry they arqjrank in saying that jEand has and never can deliver t vote besides his own against Taft A tour of the delegates to the Central Federated Union which Is the central organisation of the unions aI otlLaborI 0 = 9 ambition to swing the labor vote will thatII i because cf that attempt at political domination theyywill jirfiow thcir In dependence by voting foit Many of the delegates toTthcTcentral local organization have becyn directed toI announce that the members of their local union are opposed to political wt1noti tOItbattOI Tho rwult of the machinations ot Cora pom and his efforts to use sleJgo hammer methods to whip the labor log men Into line for Bryan will bo strlcttylacIclcnco Republican nnlon men are fighting stanchly for Taft and because of Goners methods have won Democrats to their side James ft Ryan delegate to the C F U from the Photo Engravers Union No 1 who has been bitterly opposed to the InI 93 JIAIR TONIC Our faith in li2 r i rrncdial qualities of Rexail 13s Haif Tonic is so strong that we promise to return your moneywithout question or quibble if it does not do what we claim it will Because it contains Resorcin Beta Naplhol Piloc rpw Borax Glycerin and Alcohol in perfect combination Rexall I93I Hair Tonic provides the oftenine cFcansInp antiseptic germicidal w fimuUlirg end nourishing properties so desira Ml l ble end rccctsay for the juccewfiJ treatment I Ui I cf tctlp and hair toubcs Vi If ucd according to direction for a reasonable P len th cf lime wo ore abrolutcly positive that it v xvjIljhcroUEhly deans the scalp and hair relieve irritaticn cradictle dzncniff ttimulate the fctlr follicles and ppifc revitalize and nourish the mir rootu stop falling hair prevent baldness promote h lialrgrowlh ndmiotheh naturally soft and cilky You must realize that we would not dare backup our clajptt with such a liberal offer unlesswe were positive that Syr can iubstanliatc our statements iin every particular and the most skepticall person should at least be wiling to try Rexai193- I ling Torn at our risk weB MCPH11RSON CUGGIST Fourth and Biotadwny 9 r l I his union would not contribute a dollar to Oompers fund I Adherents of Campers said heIarc seeking to show that the Republican J party never has enacted legislation Id answer to the request of the labor unions In the last tOIyears since Governor Hughes has unlonslhaelegislature for laws and practically J every one of their appeals has been answered Under the guidance n Governor Hughes the etato legislature has ena5 fj more taws aiding labor t than aijAtfto previous legislatures put 1 logelhtzII l I I know as a fact that mighty few I organizations will vote a cent toward the Oompers fund My organizationsi t wI IIAHrodI of the Stcreotypers Union said that his nnlon would not take any action I on the circular I fought for Bryan I In 1890 he said but I am against I him this year The Democratic part I never has done anything for tho la boring man when In power No party ever has promised moro and done upon I the Democratic party If when the Democrats were in power the pluto I crate of this country ever were denied anything I should like to know what I that one thing Is The leaders of ihr Democratic party have betrayed the muses and now Bryan Is seeking to harmonlte the forces that plunder and are plundered but he will fall miserably The people who are lined up behind him now are those who have plundered the laboring people I Albert Abrahams of the Press mens Union asked this question I Whats the use of the laboring men j contributing a few thousand dollars to the Democratic party when that party will get hundreds of thousands of dollars If not millions from the Standard Oil company Adolph Krieger of Locall No 47C United Brotherhood of Carpenter and Join ers Is bitterly opposed to the action lot Oompers Elias Wolf of the CIgarmakers Union No 90 said If 10KelImoncy man enough to oppose any attempt by tho American Federation of Labor Ito pledge Its members to nny political I have positive evidence that Qompors advocated abolition of tho I government Injunction plank and now wants labor to vote for the weak Injunction plank of the Democratic party which never can foe put into force Despite tho requests of I neverIwlllVlcto Ruhr member of the Amal gamated Painters said The cheap t st painters are bohig employol for contracts given out by the Democratic politicians of this city Tho Democratic politicians flll the taxi cabs driven by strike breakers with police while a little lboy gets shot toi death camp ofI out that horse trado with a clear conrclonco Yes Answered 81 smiling but It kind o worries me IiMy conscience Is sb omuually clear that I cant help foolln1 I must o got the wust o the trade Washington Star This worldagreeswith the man who tries to swallow It whole ROOSEVELTS 50 STRENUOUS YEARS Yesterday Was tho Presidents lUrttidny V His rolldrnl Cnrrcr Has iVcnQno Slur iVrf nnnnco Twenty IIVQ Years v if MtXlCllAI 1OMTICS IuBHTtRT I Wa hlnstoix D C Oct 28 President UoWvc1t IIs 50 years od Twentyeight strenuous birth dais have poewil over Mr noose vtdta head elncc ho left Hnnanl whh his diploma In 1SSO Hla twenty eocoud birthday the first nlftop lit graduation from coBege was spent In Europe whore ho waS traveUng to recover from the effects otbard slue yt Upoa returning homo he plunged at onco Into tho maelstrom of municipal politics and isle twenty third bPrtliday found hint carnpalpni Ing for election to tho Now York genem3 jwsembij At twentyfour Mr Roosevelt was known nB over Uw country as anew power In tho Al bany halls of icfiUtatlon At twenty five ho was completing his term in the fagKntufo1 and had added1 to hta fame through h8 Hbroauou wortq na- h nd of tho JcplriotlveI romnsiltarap ipotetcd to investigate New YpHla municipal hSmlntetratton- Mr t RocsovtiH twentysixth birth day found him on the stump speak ing In lbeba t of the Republican na ttocnl tlcJoeL Tho prcTtous umtpt i 03 chairman of the New York dole gallon tie had opposedl the nomhin tion of Mp Batae but when Mr Uladne became tho choke of tho con tentlon Mr Ilooccvalt tIll Into line and worked tot tho pattys caxtdl latos ruccccs MrI Roosevelt passed his twenty seventh birthday on ht6 teach In the Bart IJKIJ jjuHlvaUng till acquailnt xnco of roncltruen rustlw flint cow+ punchers who suBsvqueoty woro to t form the mioeu of hU TFRlmwt of rough riders At lwentyopht he was again In the rurenoli of Now York City poM t ties Honrji George wwi a candidate for mayor Abram S ll wltt was the nomlnve of the Democrats Mr toosvot wa put In tho fleM by tie tnruiblteanfi Mr Hewitt on During his twratynlntb and thlr I ilcth years Mr Roosevelt wets on gagsal hlofly In literary work and in hunting Ufe najun I uritig this pored of bill tear ho gsarsod manj months In hunVlrrfc the crlny bOOn sail other flwc wild animals of tho i lIixst list tMrtjnrtt birthday found him- a member of tthe United State ChWII ccvice comtnifslon to nliloh lio hml- been appointed lo President Harri ion Preaidoot Cleveland TrtalnoJ him In ofllco and ho continued toI onro until 180S At thlrtytevon Mr Roosovolt wits rodont of the Nen York board of oKco wjinmlsfijonow Within a month after taking hold of lila omce 10 had become at once tho bcsthatod and beetHkcd man In Now Yonk Ho iveihauled tho police department and Uecttially stopped the polfco back mat of saloon keepers This work opt him busy for two years At thirtynine Mr Roosevelt wna aslatant secretary of tho navr Ills ortteth birthday foVowfng his enl1OIlS campaign in the War with- Spain found him a candidate on tho Republican ticket for governor ot ew Yetis lIe was successful In the Coctton and his fortvftrrt birthday oun4 him InntaXOd In the cxecutlvo chair at Albany At fort two he was oil tho eve of his eortlon to tht IcoproaMency of the United States Hla fortythird birthday he IpawwlI in tho White Houso hanrlBffeucccwlea to the pesfdpnoy tho pr vloiis month through the death of Mr McKlniqyi Pho question of Cuban reclproolty and the Schlc controversy were oe lupylnu his attention His itortyfoirrth birthday was IIIb econd In the White House Tom x rsrly beaten on Cuban reciprocity 10 hnJ laid it aside and wan beginning hla fight against the trusts Ho hUll Juet won his first great victor r I f No good tailor will garb his patron in the clothes of a clown Custom styles are always simple They are not upholstered like cheap- overstuffed furniture They are not filled withkk I r pads to take the place of that exquisite labor which the bench worker puts into cloth to pro f y duce permanence of form without showing hit method The good tailor works over every inch of a coat collar and coat breast and lapel It takes thousands and thousands of hidden stitches tt to permanentize shape The men who can pro r duce such handiwork spend enough time to do justice to themselves But once a custom gar f ment is finished it is right it stays rightit E looks right wears right and has the same per feet draping during the whole tenure of its use Tailoring is a hand craft It can no more be substituted than the work of the landscape I A painter or the creations of the portraiturisjt J the settlement ofthe antbraqito coall strike Ills Tortyntlh birthday found him waiting tho rtoSu i of the toup In X atral Anwrloa tho talllistir ncnt of tho Panama Republic antil In rc rtrtng for the Xtm sosaioit of con low which ho tad oaKed to consldbr Cuban rlCIJCI rentIna prrsldenKal impnlgn which WBH to elect him by the greatest majorlt In history Ins fortptevnth birthday was eMspentl teJuucrnltrllin tho Whllo House prcwrlns lilt notional attack aU along tho Hno on i ho trusts by moans of the depart ncot Of Justice llhi foitrnhiih birthday found him ay4nR too pars for tho nomination of William II Taft hie nocretdry of 7f Backache Headache and other pains nil over a womans body are often caused by some not well understood female disease No one can tell just where female trouble will affect you It acts in a different way on different people Hence treating the symptoms gives but may do by taking Cardui What Cardui has done for other women it ought surely to do for you Mrs M E Allred of Hartford war OB thb IlcpubTtcan candidate fur prerfdont Ilk fiftieth birthday and tints loet mewltdeutTaft en hla succcffor nail siring hla pare time to prcraratloes for his African hunt lioniitv MVKiiwoirr Tar anti Qinchialagna For tho complete euro of Coughs Cold Asthma and UronchltU and all I Lung complaints tending to Consump lion Mvrntort Tnr and Wild Uirrry ham for ages maintained an csUb safety to children Irlco 100 sold CoiProps Cleveland 0 IIt Is easy to become popular all 1n11WJIoni VALUABLE FREE i f LARKS S KIDNEY GLOBES Guarantoed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Dlaoaaoa SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE t wt Two doses giro relief and one bustwill cure any ordinary cue of Kitisvf NN nay or bladder trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Kmlssioni Weak and LameI lack ill P Rheumatism and all lrrcguIarlU of trothiper on thf no cure no pay basis by Melbnon Drug store Fourth and roadway solo agent for Padu rah or sent by mall upon receipt of price by Lark Uodlclno Co nutsvilla Ky Its no use talking my dear raid Nygpsby during their dally eptit a woman IIs bound to have the last word If No she Isnt either rejoined Mrs NcBRSby and you would not have Mid Mich n thing If you didnt know I would deny ItChlcago a Daisy News IllKH IlUvS lIIILYIks Williams Indian Pllo Ointment will euro Blind Bleeding and Itching Plln It absorbs tho tumors allays Itching pat once acts as n poultlco gives In itant relief Williams Indian Plln1 Ointment Is prepared for elks and Itching of tho private parts Sold by t druggists mall BOc and llOO WIN llama Mfg Co Props ClcvotandO 1 tellMrs Bilgglns lays the haaea- to have her husband out of her sigh Boll lie mutt bo a very grad hut w band or n very bad ono Phlladol Ipbln Record T f For Vague Pains maybe CoughI Wash writes Ever smcc I was 16 years old I have suffered from female 1 troubles Ihad headache backache and other troubles every month Some two years ago I began to uscCarduj and since then I have had no backache my other troubles have stopped I dout welllJCCU U NOOK Ike lh L Al1Rs Writ far Mpin Illuttrtttd Nook Nor TtI1 ftf N9trmDtonofYwalnlaaadlwIna Ifor women Sent fre potpld AddijM tuiAMitiyJH r Tb Chat a Medici T IITake CARDUI 01811 t Yt