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I t t n utn btning nnVOL XXVIII NO 78 IADUOAH KY TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 4 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK 0 Voters Register at Your Precinct Today Between 6and 9p m SIX MONTHS FOR BREAKING JAIL a ON GUILTY PLEA Bad Eye Dan Williams and Walter Williams Arc Sentenced to Jail f Two onelConvicted tAsiw IIN IIMIAI COUNT lVor fruiting from the county jail nail William colored ftUaii had fir and tleUer WttHnma colored will wvo nixI mouths In the MIIH Jull Tin morning In dratlt court they plmufal guilty to the charge and viwaiwil with the 1 Wit Ml pun IIriiUMnl Tt ciiaro of jail tirwfe IHK asetnt Dave Stagla wits Mt for Thurelitltla trials this morning In tit cult court tlmro worn two acijulUnb 0110 onvirtcm andl axe Jury hung lloiiry lill colored waa found rulltj or liouftobreaWnK ill broke Into tba tonruom of tb Jax Foe nmipany and stole goods UuVr 3nrtr soornf WM acquitted of the ch rno or mallcluua oattlitf Tom Cole colnniL aka1 was aequHtod of tho charge of wnjliem The trial of 8ofort Cook ellraOIoI with grand larceny woe hold thk morning and the Jury of iiltd him Frank Minor colored char d wltn ntftltrtOHft cutting pleaded RttJly to the chant of cutting In- rudder heal and vaaaton and WM lined S 00 Tt trIAl et Dare IltiRwmld coloredl ll with lIMIt ned grand larrcny wa COntfnJItoorga ittnuw cat Inflated onI Ito fharoa of pMlt lareurs ht h w has fcrou m ht taunts anrU and 4tu ItiI Th t1N 1v Wafcrh charged with iliUiffg IeWalrtok star the hoad w4Ui ft poker u a tnofii in a lrtIFun air lODe a 17 MI Jones nn wr flfled- R I Utter re G U IMlsr anwerII nipj I K a Mnllorr wife excdaei M a petit Jv r wd John Plli erokl woe tnvtMHindtd to nil UK toeaney full lt Tl trntl n- ItoRlatration of voter was slow tnrlny and tho officers report that It I was the dullest dny that they could rcuiHulier Of course the wnathor was to Illume and tho porcoulnRo of voturs who r gi terod IIs oxpected to bc too MimllMt In years Tbo poll will ruinnln open until 0 uVlork lliii i piling full ovary HopuliHrnn voter should roxiiter In order that ho eon vole this talL Conaldurablo trouble was tixporleurml nt some of CTfe rcRUtratlon plnres this morning be ramie of the failure of anion of Uio officers to appoar At some proclncta tliroo olllcors hld tho registration Hborlff Goorgu Mouser was out oarly tliiw morning rounding up the oin coreNight Rider Cases Passedd UopUliiBTlllO Ky Oct 4 bp- oIalTho nlfiht rider trlnlweroI I pussiHl flntll tomorrow ARREST MADE FOR LOLA SHOOTING t- UItmw I THAT KNKMV oi1 vio- TISlH IIIIOTIIIIK WAYiaill Illjr SATUHDAV elltthllul Ky Oct 4 Stoke DXion IIt out on8tloelnlII Uo chnr o of thoollng Klnto Madrey front nmbuab meet yolurday ntanrnx- pear laln MadroyIsI still In a orlt teal condition and hs recovery to not expected A brother of Mud roy I and nan roll had trouble last wl8kjj and it was on this ground hint Dam ron was placed under arrest It I aII tho gonenl belief that the InUlots t worn Intended for Madreya brother and that he wal mUtakou In tboI dark Damrfln orltd bond before County Judgo W I Clark but InI caw of tho death of Modroy ha will he arrested Chicago Market DQIIIt HlRh Low Close Wheat 07Ui OGtt 07 run TrOK 4015 GO 14 Onlll 33t J2 t3tk- tt Homesteader Turned Outlaw When Lumber Syndicate Seeks To Oast Him Sends Defiance To Officials Timber Jacks Surround His Cabin His Son and Daughter Arc Wounded and Town is Guarded By Deputies Winter WIll Oct 4WIt1II armed dopullesl still guarding win toro nail wore of woodmen surround1I fug the cabin of John Daitz the outlaw of Ou moron Dam fighting and 1 Ijxiaaiblp lilooilriicd oxUUi today Inl the long standing feud between thet MiitltorMles awl1 DetU Cllym DeMz St jranrs oW IS at the point of death nt ttha hoaptlal aa 4hf result of Run abet WOHSMU Inflicted by depotJas wLer efca ami Iher two brolhont wore ambatiiad Saturday Ono brother IU wounded and In tho Winter jellJ and Ute other e MwdI and Jotaod his furor Dtetz tent word Into 1ntora tha i b would visit the place and kiN every mat ratponstble for the rfiootlntc but ttie warfare IP being pushed into hits iwritory Uarrtoaded in hie robin with Delta are hla wife ami tbreo cliUdron IXiltx fist ran smuok cdveral years ago when ho iwfuwd to give up hfe JiomoMoaJ claim to A lumber syndicate Clyde IVffram Clydo Pogrom the iyoarold son of N L Pogrom died last night at tho home near Syinsonla after anI IlllnctM of typhoid leer The funeral took plaeo this afternoon with burial IIn tho Clarks river cometorI Dun Hnlvin Not Guilty Not guilty was Uio verdict owod by a jury In pollco court this at19 MOn In the ease of ilea Oal rln a saloon Kcoicr at Fifth and tlqlm 1 rmt w lUJaTrit ugrJi CIOftqtmMetKelley John Gohooa C II Kurkun dell and OCCJtltKrtuor Oalvln will be trtfut on the sc omV coNut efeoniMt with Millar Hquor on That day to Irran Paw TltUr morn line K P State Meet MHiyv Ho Ky Oat 4Spo- rillThe Ulo grand lodgo of Knlihli of Pytlitas IWO In avs on HARDY BUGGY CO I BUSINESS GROWS ltOyll1N1 itiMtiHrrs nti in I IIrrohtlTl4 AND OIIIOHItt2 I IIIWIItHS JlImH IIII Storkholilon of partly Buggy Co met yoatanUy afternoon In nnniMl t m oUng to elect directors The- irectorate was reelected and hit Meittalely mat to sled olllc ra AH old officers wore olactad Except Vice Irtxldaul J Wheeler OumpboH who waa iranraedad by Mr II C Ovart y Mr Campbell couldnt servo longer owing to Ole Uavlu sane to Ixiuli vlllo to reside y 3 per cent dividend wits lectured The report to awckbohlorl way thn moil Mtlsfac lory In too Wttory of bushieM Or Are for next MACOII now on the IniMoaU that tho company will moro than doirbto lie builnesa of tbo Aiar just ended Ilorllit Oot 4tIluports reached bore today that KURSIMJ Azof Rile Inn pollco spy who gained member ship In an organization known as tho IlttMlan Fighting Socialists and then betrayed Its members to the police was as if lnatod In WoWs baden Socialists Wad put a price MTho predictions nnd tempera turn for the past twentyfour linen Will bo found at the top of tho seventh column oa unga aer IIlXKD IIY PIIOXiI John DIckorson charged with I broach of the peace waa tried over tho telephone lust night by Police Judge Crosa and utter Dlckorfons evidence C1iad been considered by the court ho was flniMl J6 DlckqnonI was charged with O blTng w th Will Albrit S ton and wanted a speedy trial e Calling up Judge Cross ho con featsd his guilt and tho answer from the other end of the wlro was judgment for ib and no a cost against you Albrlltona caeo was continued until this e e afternoon In police court SSHIP GOES DOWN HANDtA SCItAMIUi FOIL MIKIIOAT UI- Csuins ivI A AVIIOIISAII- ll iOVMNJ IV PAOHIO Cflloir Oct 4Sovanly persons partthed Tuesday In tho inking of the Pacific Navigation companys stoam r Chlrlqun according to a let ter front Jnrachlno One hundred jpne i jors struggled to enter a life tboat lowered before the vessel lifted and ukL611 than a dozen fought ttxrir way Into the life boat ThoI wro ta operator rushed to Ms cabin when the pxploalon occurred butI Uafora t9 ould give n dttUucl signal the ship w stern bopele tip IItlcdI Suite Piled la circuit Coon I AUfrmiy Sum H Cro lond filed j auk In aJrcuH court today agetnetI tat lAMooro George iJiMooro aDdI bred Laiiloore for 411 nllogod dueI ait a note oxcculod September IIc PADUCAH MINISTERII CALLED TO RIPLEY t lllptey Tonn Oct 4At tho 11II oclock rarvloc at the liaptut church Ij bere the Itev Guy Smalley of the tad HaptbH clicrcii Padurab Ky I way celled M pastor by Uio congress flan of the Hiploy Baptist church to 1 lako elf4Ct os November 1 Ilov 4 Charles K Wauford who recently re ftlgnvt will rtmvo Tuesday for Louts vlllo Ky to outer the Southern Bap Utt wrnlnary Tha Rev Mr Smalley said today ho It not ready to make an announce saltt of Ihiss ItitoMlotiB TOIlllHV 11HITINOH- IO00 n iiiTorroy IHble Icct I 1If8II 1 Illli1 n iiiMr Jncoby How 1toII use Ithe IlUlil- o7IU I p mSong service mod sert a mon liy Hr Torrey Sunday sonlr H s nrwl 781 Ip IIIII XHSIIT sunmarsII TiiPMlny Ilvo Moro Ihasotie Vliy I Relieve tho Hllilo to Ho fhoII 1111ur Cta- l1VedncstlayGoths First QiiCMtlon or MilliThursdayThu Ten Command niPMlN I hrldnySomething Absolutely Sure I I Russian Police Spy I Shot By Socialist WEATHER IJOfc upon his hend and ono of tho group In Volsfbadon shot him J MOB OF ALABAMANS BURN NEGRO AT STAKE Mobile Ala Oct 4A mob ofI 1200 men today dragged Hush WII1I tors Withers a negro from tho Jail at Andfllusla Ala and burned him tit tho take Tho negro had as nultad Mrs lllrum Stuokoy of that town When It bocniuu known tho woman was seriously injured the mob threatonod to Storm tho jnllI The authorities surrendered the negro to the moh I 0 f DR TORREY TELLS REASONS WHY HE BELIEVES BIBLE II Audience pi Thousand People Heard Ilim ast Night at I Auditorium Singing Und r Leadership oi Mr McE vin a Feature MOIININ1 Mtiris roiuianI Dr Torrej spoil auditorium rink fii I tJproximately 10Otftrtraeons 11hy I Ilt Bo the Word of tThotOtlllmonyauthority of th J old testament scriptures and his authorization ofI tho words of tho apostles in the new Its perfect orga c unity Its fulfllled pro hpcy Its Immeamirnbiojuperlorlty ovorI oilIer hooks w1 Its umiMalled dlbllltr duringr 1SOO years of crUjJUm nnd testllllITaking up his fwst reason Dr Torroy by quoting hrlfJIs sayings showed that at iltast Uio Unl tartan theory of x C rlsTs goodncs but mortality Is untenable Ixxaueo Christ himself claltfleil to be the son of God and was oxdcutod as a bIas phonier for saying so and ho therefore must be divino an Imposter or a lunatic Dr Torrey argued that I hie Influence on tie succeeding 18 txinturfcs Is nott At of an Impostor or a lunatic therefore ho must bo Jf divine Ills works speak for his I divinity his philosophy of life nnd manner gjjjllyliiginre IJko that of no other man hot 11 ry qf hit career recorded In Ute r gospels le the etoryof a real IrQ for It Is Incon I rolvaute tint ahOan being would ttbrtrato web a career in any time j mush tats the time In which ChrUt c Itvor on earth and If ono did it is tt not probable that four of them would fabricate with such harmony of done Christs claims to divinity said t Or Torroy are stamped by Ood as I genuine by his reiurrecllan tho best I authenticated fact In history Christ In his teachings mid DrII Torrey placed the stamp of approval j bn tho three dlvlrlon of tho old tee lament the books or the law the tiooln of prophecy and the IKIcrodII writings and dlitlnetly aulhorliod Iho aposlloe to write the Now F Or authority ho cited Matthews V 8 Mark VII 152 Luke XXIV 27 and t 44 and John X S3 XIV iandXVI 1 = and IS II- J all tho sfirlpturos nro not the fiwordvine then Christ was not a good than hut an Impostor or a lunatic VH MUST HAVK CHIIIST AND A 1JOJII 1UI1IK Oil NO CHIIIST AND NO UIHLB declared Dr Torre lllhlo PnipliiTfes l iilllllr l Tho whole of the old tolament IP irophetlonl said Dr Torroy The history of tho Jewish nation tho typo of the Patriarchs and Prophets Iho roJIglous observances of seasons nd foals and sacrifices the very tabernacle Itself and all It contained wore symbolical Thoo are tho prophorloe of symbols and types summed up In the llfo of Christ Then there nro tho explicit verbal i prophoetos as found In Isaiah H3 Micah V 2 nnd 3 Daniel IX 2 Jeremiah III 5 and C pMlins XVI 8 to 11 One who studios tho Old Testament with an 0t4t to the prophetl side of 1 its every chapter will 10 amazed anti convinced for tho prophecies and symbols given to tho Ilabrowe hundreds of years be fore tho time of dirlit wore fulfilled to the letter as to time place manner and circumstance and the theory of moro coincidence Is over whelmed by the law of mathematical probabilityThe lillilcV Organic Unity Tho Illblo contains GG books written by 40 authors 6t all classes from lilnsa to shepherds fishermen and politicians In threo different Inneuages aortas a period covering lOO years What would ono oxs Ipect of such a collection Variance snIt dlMdrd Yet It Is the most hannonlout work ever proiontod lo- s I the world These varying types 01II men living In varying periods of lime under different conditions with tho most widely contrasting scholar I ship and the lack of It and em ploying ovary known style of literary composition display tho most porw root and wonderful organic unity SuiwrncIalVji there may bo diserep- sneltn and the superficial observer may remark them but the HHle student finds absolute unity and ac t Continued on rage Four j Giant Powder Used in Blowing Up Los Angeles Times Building Was Purchased by Three Men in Friscot Police Have Positive Clew Resulting From Failure Ito v Blow up Residence Pow der Man Would Recognize San Francisco Oct 4Tlto polio of San Francisco today aro almost positive that tho threo men giving the names of Leonard Morris and Itr eon when they purchased GOO pounds of dynamfto from the Giant Iowo company plant September 24 iresponsiblo for tho dynamiting oftnTlioirt Angeles Times Investl gators hurt today learned tho three men anchored a largo launch near the plant from September 21 to 23 and on tho night of September 22 they gave their boat a fresh coat paint otlI IJruco McCaul chief Invoice clerk of tho GIant Powder coy consolidated said ho cqulSlignatjry the three men who pttT haSpd 500 Ipounds of gelatine UynaTnUo from 1 his company on September 23 JlcCaul said tho men impressed 1 him as beIng college bred Tho spokesman of the trio who gavo his namo as Urysonsald ho wanted 8G per cent dynamlto for use In clear 1Ing his ranch near Auburn of slumps i Tho theory dvnncedJjTtho Los Angeles pollco thafHliojjexpIoslve used to blow up the Times building was purchased In the Giant powder works at Giant Cal have been strengthened by the investigation conducted here The strongest circumstances of ered In corroboration Is In regard- to tho dynamite found at tho residence of F J Zeehandclaar In Los Angeles and which boro tho label 80 per cent giant gelatine Giant Powder company Giant Cal Sep temper 20- wwrank Hollar superintendent of thin Giant works has Identified tho dynamlto by a telegraphic descrip tion Ho sold Tho onlyI 80 per cent gelatine dynamite wo havo manufactured in several months was mado on September 20 on an order from ourI San Francisco office to bo delivered to tho launch Peerless It was a special order of GOO pounds tprd stamped with our label in the same manner as the dynamlto found by tho Los Angeles police was labelled Three men carried on the transaction at our office In San Francisco Increase Pollco Force Los Angeles Cal Oct 4Stlrred- by tho tact that tho bomb explosion which wrecked tho Times plant and killed 20 men has created an omor gency with which tho pollco force is- nding Itself unable to cope the city council passed an emergency ordinance at a special meeting which authorized tho Immediate npI polnlmcnt of 40 additional patrol mop 10 sergeants and ono lieuI tenant Theso men will be used to hunt down and Imprison or drlvo out of tho city men who have been known to express sentiments condoning acts of violence and others who have peon in trouble with tho police doIpartmont slnco the labor troubles pagan In Los Angeles several months ago A proposal was also discussed to raise tho citys reward for tho de rotten of tho bomb conspirators from 10000 to 20000 It was determined to make tho reward BUTCHERS PLANS ARE NOT DROPPED AHI cNsiiiii3 MIANS ron ADOlTlXfJ CKXTItAIj A1IAT TOIU IDKA Although Paducah buthera have about agreed 1o got together and es tablleh a central abattoir for the Blaughterlng and inspection of heal oattle no action hop been token yet R M Allen the expert from the tate pure food department at Lex- Ington who was hero a few weeks ago W sending literature to Mr L E Diirrett who was wlected ds the spokesman for the butchers Ordl nancog from several cities have been received and Mr Durrett will be ready tfljbolp draft an ordinance when thlJ butoher are ready Last- week JJr burr tt visited Nashville especially to see the central abattoIr there and was pleased with It ItI was sanitary and devoid of any CoulI odors u I 1rf fJIi9 w p SENATOR ROBT M LAFOLLETTE S Rochester Minn Octi4Sena ttor Robert LaFollette of Wisconsin t operationMayo At 1015 tho senators wife comingfromhis condition was favorable 10000 for tho detection of each conspirator First Clew Obtained To the citys reward was added an offer from tho county board of supervisors which will bo 10000 or more Six men aro now In the city Jail booked as dynamite suspects however tho best clew so far obtained came from tho officers of tho Giant 1 Powder company in San Francisco where It Is said men named Bryson and Morris and another man purchased GOO pounds of explosive simi 1 lar In powder and kind to that 1found In tho Infernal machine dIs- covered at tho home of F J Zee 1handclaar secretary of the Merchants and Manufacturers associa t tionMen from the local detective bureau accompanied by an attorney left for San Francisco to aid in tho hunt for tho threo men who aro said to have como south aboard a boat with tha explosives Others In Delirls Tho situation at tho wrecked plant was found to be such that It progIa crano In order to lift tho heavy material awayIt is believed that further Investigation will bear out tho theory of S W Crabill foreman of tho composing room who In making his oscapo tho morning of tho disaster Ifell down tho elevator shaft and got out only after having been severely tburned Mr Crablll said there were undoubtedly a number of bodies at tthe bottom of tho shaft as others Ibesldo himself had stumbled that way Think Five Men Involved It Is doubted If the bodies of any moro victims will bo recovered from tho wrecked Times building as probably they wore consumed by tho flames The police believe five men woro directly concerned In placing the bomb that wrecked the Times butldlns and In constructing tho time bomb found under the Zee handolaar homo and tho Infernal machine found at the residence of General Otis- According to the detectives five men woro seen loitering near the house of Mr Zcohandolaar Friday afternoon Two ot them It Is alleged casually Inspected tho prem isesA person living In tho neighbor hood Is said to have noticed tho men and later when tho bomb was found notified the officers It Is believed by the police that tho neon planted tho explosives at tho Times office at General Otis homo and at Mr Zeohandelaara residence within ono hour Rev Shelby Kirby The Rev Shelby Kirby 90 years old died jwterdoy at his homo near Water Valley He wos tho oldest preached of the Muyfleld presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian church The funeral was held today tho Rev D W Fooks offidat ing L MANN CLARK GETS NEW OFFICE FROM THE MAGISTRATES Made County Inspector of Weights and Measures by Fiscal Court Walston is Elected County Commissioner CLAIMS ARE ALLOYED TODAY County Commissioner Mngts S trace U S Walston S Inspector of Weights and Meas urcs Mann W Clark v e e e e e e Theso two officers were elected this morning by the magistrates aU tho regular monthly session of the fiscal court and the elections formed the principal business before the court The office of inspector of weights and measures Is a new one being created at the last session ot tho legislature Tho office is with out a regular salary and the In spector receives a fee Horn the owner of the scale and measure that ho inspects Only nail Inspection can bo made each year except In case where a complaint of short measure or short weight is reported and then an Immediate Inspection it mado The office Is recognlaed aa being a good one as there are numerous complaints relve4 of short weights iff Clark Is a welt known Democrat In politicsand kite served on the board ofsfire aidpolice commissioners Magistrate Walstoa succeeds Mpr= mer Magistrate John Burnett M county corriinlastonoraedkfdtitf are to mako the annual s ttlemeat ularyhasCounty Judge Alben W Barkley Investigated tbo law and recom mended that tho commissioner be designated solely to make the settlement as that Is the only duty defined by the statute The motion to reduce the salary from 200 to 100 passed Magistrate Emery nominated Magistrate Walston and he was elected by acclamation Magistrate Walston Is a member of tho finance committee and well qualified to fill tho office By a comparison of tho expense of operating tho county almshouse on the old plan and tho now plan the county saved 5087 last month on 18 inmates and tho saving would have been correspondingly larger with a greater number of Inmates Tho expense of operating tho alms house last month Including tho salary of tho keeper was 17233 By tho former contract price tho 18 In mates at 40 cents a day would have cost 22320 which makes a neat little saving for the county School Claim Ilcjcctcd A bill for G6 from R D Clem eats company for school books furnished Indigent children was not allowed at the meeting today be cause tho magistrates doubted the legality of the county paying lot books used by Indigent pupils In the city schools The city school out cials claim to have discovered a law whereby tho county foots the bill for books purchased for children oC poor parents In order that they may attend school The bill caused a lively discussion but payment Wall not ordered About 2000 will bo used to repair the Clinton Cross Mill and Husbands roads near Melbcr where they havo been dammed badly by overflow In tho apportionment tho road fund this amount of money can bo used for this purpose The roads pass through a bottom and havo been made almost impassable owing to tho branch ora creek wjilch Is flowing down the roads Chief of Police Slngery was al lowed 495 out ot the special fund reserved for County Attorney Clay as expenses for bringing back Mrs Thomas from Cairo County Court Clerk Qua Singleton reported that he had collected 8726 delinquent taxes during the month of September Sheriff George Houser placed be payinghimcers and tho hauling of the ballot for the school election The officials stated that there is no law and the request was referred to County Attorney Clay Those present today were Coun Magistrates Emery Blolch Bennett Cpntlpued on Page FIT I uiT MTIlE PADUCAH 7 EVEd SUN J 4 c Y O lIIIi I EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLEI r drspeptIcsIof thousands Is an absolute cure for In dictation and all forms of stomach trouble and better stillI It Is guaranteed to f do so The remedy la Dr Caldwells lc j SY7up Pepsin pepsinII ceptional laxative Ingredients and you have a truly wonderful remedy Mr T W Worthy of Forsythe 04 got to tho point vjiere ha could not even eat or dl gest V tables and after many years of eeklnc he found the cure In Dr Calil wells Syrup Pepsin Mr Rudy Kosner of J Molina IU was In the wune bad pro SyrupPepsInandt others would gladlyI testify cYaI guaranteed cure for Indigestion I Netherlands Advancementf I 1 Washington Oct 3That the tiny country of the Netherlands was tInthe early century a European J of vIol rIn prison reform was tho tfiesls of the public lecture by Pro 1 fosror Simon van do Aa this after noon before tho International Prison congress Professor Van dot Aa professor of criminal law at the University of Gronlngon traced the rW of the prison system of the i Netherlands out of and away from II the atrocious tortures and abundant xecuUons of tho period Buceedlng f tjbo time of the Reformation The flret beginnings ot prison organization date from the last part of the sixteenth century At that time capital punishment stood at II f the bead ot the list and corporal I punishment In eecond place In Jj 15S9 the aldermen of Amsterdam 1qbjecUpgJ to a sentence ot death f Basiled uPQn a youth qf 10 rosplved J OJ to erect a house where all raga r bomje malefactors rascals and such fj jJCpple could be confined and put to wqrk for eo Iona time as tho Jus I I tice should din fit Prom this olutlonarose tho rasphouse and tie ispnnhous I Professor Van dot Aa then rapidly sketched the organisation of these l IQUsea pointing out that many of c foundcearly date There was clarification I Ijy sex and by ago sentences were 1IOt always definite thua giving the1 earlles known example ot th prac tice ofi the indeterminate sentence I the organization was relatively eye tematlc labor was enforced and productive being a marvelous con trast to other prisons there wan even a school of letters maintain PiYou Want HF f Ii t i A1fyoiwantA beautiful halt you must InnWe dandrufi cleanse the calp the hslr reott rt IIdUtalruse thuoarsclf the trcatmtct of the rrcatett I tu1a the arId for Woodburys Is lrcparisX for home use1 j Wnnr twufc U tncbni op bx ncatlj JO years gutranteedtII WoodI1 ft tisira lustre and raksenalmlTOW fluffy sac when all other prp7tionl tall A lane trial sin cosu drunuIl West34UYorit Co Distributors for Paducah ial u L TONIGRT Iflrrtari HOTEL UISTDENISII I BROADWAY snd 1 1th STREET I1 S NEW YORK CITY 1 WKil E tr Arms rf Kmr Pnlnt cf Intrrt Jldt Blotk prom Wmk U I 3 nlmilM wELt ef torrIOIl Dlrtrlf XOTUV FOR RxctUrar f tt OlUlM I Omforttbli Appttlptmcnti Coarmar ROOMS SI00 PER DAY AID up smpleIPLANiTAle dHoto Breakfast SOc WM TAYLOR SON I- ncIPCIAL PIPES FOR uSc1 ThUWeeKOnly r We give coupons with pur chases Come and look over our premiums Over 3CO to jtejfect from The Smoke House 333 Broadway Opposite Wallerstelno 4 t Jt II L constipation blllousnces lieadarlien pall- on ths stomach and similar complaints A bottle can be had at any drug store for fifty cents or a dollar but 1C you wish to make o teat of It first send your adI dress to Dr Caldwell and he will suppl a free sample bottle ent direct to youi address You will soon admit hat yovI have found something to replace salts cathartics breath perfumes and othet temporary reliefs Syrup Pepsin will cun you permanently Dr Caldwell does not feel that thi purchase of his remedy ends his obll patlon He has specialized In stomach liver and bowel diseaSes for over fOrt S years and will be pleased to give th reader any advice on tho subject free of charge All aro welcome to write him whether for the medical advice or the free sample nddress him Dr bUildingMonr frisson Reform But1fUhTh1rLikePutine inrtundIflIf 25c on a small slab Tho tmlldlngs and the cells excited wound r in their tIme becauSe of tIi completeness and their excellence Although theyi toll far short of tho prison standards of the twentieth century Indeed the epidemics raged more fatally outside the rasphouse and tho eplnnhouso than inside Discipline was severe concluded Dr Van dor Aa yet wo mustIL boar In mind tbo rough and turbu lent character of the prison pouula tlon These prisons Incited manyi Imltntora John Howard the greatt English prlpou reformer of the eigh teenth ccqtury noted1 with joy the small number of executions and the excellent conditions of prisons In tho Netherlands Capt liocaixlus Aeaii lilts the Bulls Eye This world famous rifle shot who holds the championship record ot 100 consecutive shots is living at LIn- coln III Recently Interviewed hiS- saysl suffered a long time with kldne y in bladder trouble andI used several well known kidney med Iclnes all ot which gave me no re lief until I started taking Foley Kld iiiey Pius Before I used t oloy Kidney Pills I had severe backaches andI pains In my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy voiding On arising in the morning I would get dull head aches Now I have taken three bottles of Foley Kidney Pills and feel WO1 per ccnt1bitter I am nevq r bothered with0 my kidneys ior bladder and again fcel like my own self I Gilberts drug stor- eMortality I Report There were 40 deaths and 18 births during September as shown by the monthly report of City Health Officer S Z Holland The death rate was J25 per 1000 based on Ia population of OOOO The deaths white male 13 white female 10 colored male 8 colored female 9 Births White male 5 white female 9 colored male 3 colored female L Samples of water were sent tithe state laboratories at Lexington for analysis and the report that came back says tho water in Paducah i excellent The first test ot made resulted In a bad report ow- Ing to unclean vessels they were sent in U Building PermlLi Six building permits entailing an expenditure of JG700 were IssuedI last month from the office of City Engineer L A Washington They were as follows Four room frame Fred F Smith on North Twelfth street cost 700 Framo addition Fooks Lumber company at Tenth and MonroeI streets cost 800 Brick residence Henry Houscr on South Fifth street between Adams and Jackson streets cost 12500 Brick addition Armour Gardner on Boyd street between Ninth and Tenth streets cost SG50 Brick residence Lon Crandall on I Twentyfirst between Clark and Adams streets cost 900 Framo addition Paducab Laundry company corner Fouth and Jeffer son streets cost 150- September ICeports The monthly report of Chief of Pollco Henry SInsory tonight before tho general council will show collec oCtheplevined leaving 62 on hand for collection MOTIltillS MJEU OLIVE TABLETS Nursing mothers need the gentle laxative qualities of Dr Fdwards Olive Tablets sugarqoatodtableta tion point after fifteen years of ex periment with ail sorts of laxatives To Dr F M Edwards of Ports mouth belongs the honor of this achievement His wisdom and ex- perIence are evident In tho reunite obtained through their use They act gently yet firmlyI Always effective Tho Olive oil in them spothe and heals wonderfully They never gripe or pain One has but to try them to uce them always nOOdedjAt tt rJ TT1 ftjr 1 1 ROUTINE IN BOTH COUNCIL BOARDS GOKIIKL AVKXVH CULVKIIT coN- TRACTI llATlliIKD Permission Granted for Erection of Mill Wltlilu Fire Limits of the City 1 SIDEWALK lEHMISSIOX GIVEN I r Both boards of tho general coun ell were In regular session last night at the cltyhAll All the buslI ness before tho boards was routine und there was not enough new busi ness up to arouso an interesting dls Ifcusslon TilE ALDKUMEX Alderman Harry Hank was elect cd president of tho board of aldermen and presided over tho session In fine style City Solicitor James Campbell Jr was authorized to mako offers property owners on Husbands toILtl between Fourth and Sixth streets lie has been directed to bring con I1 demnation proceedings but before this is instituted an offer will bo inndo the property holders The motion was referred to City Solicitor j Campbell and Councilman Mayor Iin order that It might be drawn in proper style- Residents on Clark street between Nineteenth street and TwentyfirstF street requested the council for a plank walk If tho city will furnish tho lumber the citizens offer to construct the walk Tho request was referred to the street committee The Illinois Central railroad wasi given permission to construct a drain pipe from the Union station Inlii Ij order to relieve the overflow of water backIII E Farley was given construct a concrete sidewalk Ini 1Cront of his grocery store 1800 1802 Meyers street City Engineer Washington was authorized to glvo the grado for the sidewalk so thati the walk will bo on a level with the floor of the store Hawkins Davis were given per mission to construct a flour mill or i Second street near Clark street The mill will bo frame but will be cov ered with sheet Iron Alderman Potter introduced a mo tion for the ordinance committee to bring In a Jim Craw ordinance for street cars Tim motion passed The ordinance will provide for separate seats for whlto and coloredIlj passengers on the city street cars Tho awarding of tho contract to A J Miller Sons ot Lynchburg Va for the construction of a con crete sidewalk over Cross creek oni Gocbel avenue by tho board of pub lie works was ratified The contractt price Is 132935 Property owners on Wllllo streett requested that a street arc light boi erected The request was referredI to the board of public works Tho report of Chief of Police Sin 1gery waS received and filed The request ot Emma Nelson to transfer part of a lot In Oak Grove cemOjteryi 1 ordinance providing for the con struction of concrete sidewalks onI Broadway from Eleventh street to Fifteenth street Tho ordinance ex j empts the property In front of theI if I I Illinois Central hospital which IsI Improved already and the property in front of the barns of tbo Paducah Traction company whore the tracksI ITheII livestock inspector was received and JIled I The saloon license of K IL Poll company was transferred from 301 North Ninth street to 008 Boyd streetj I commltIteeI Alex Kirkland received and ITwoI permls1slonI walk on property abutting the hay market The sidewalk will extend from the west end ot Second street JII between Kentucky avenue and Washington j street and extend west to tho alley between Second and Third streets Tho work will bo done tinder specifications ot tho city engl fleer I The action of Mayor Smith In offering a reward of 500 for the 1lanU8I The minutes of the last meeting I were read approved and adopted Those present were Aldermen Hank Farley Lackey Oehlschlao ger Potter Van Meter and Stewart I COUNCILA I Manu facturing company ot St Louis asking the cftyffo cpnsdof1a sample of Its liquid carbon paint In painting I the standpipe which is to be painted soon was referred to tho J Paducah Water company which owns the plant I The following accounts amount Ing to 1150036 were unanimously allowedII Salaries f 130928 jj nilSewersf nil I li931i i M1 T r M p J ir t 7 CLIFTON 211a kith BEfiFORD2Ualu fc TheMw ARROWMJtchCOLLARS Sit snugly to the neck the tops meet In front and there Is ample space for tho cravat 15t J forUcClucttIcibody CoMk rs Police department 136113 Electric plant 28091 City Hall 13078 Oak Grove 24GOI Pauper and charity 43708 jnivcrsldo Hospital 4053 Sanitary 30350 General expenses 3941 Hoard of Supervisors 900 Back Tax Commission on 134288 40S43 License revenue 70OQ Flro Station No i1Ietn1- tltlLockQr Contract 20000 General cxpcnsdI13161i MayorsI Orders Streets i 95472 Fire Department 1840 Police Department 2155 rLlght Plant 1100 Itlverslde Hospital 2GG00 Pauper and Charity 1630 Sanitary 4 75 Generall Expjnso 6000 Legal Exppnsp 175 Total 13504 Billings Printing Co for ordinances 30000 The monthly report of City Au Editor Kirkland and City Treasurer Walters showing the standing of the citys finances was received and filed Tho board ratified tho action of tho board of public works In granting tho contract for the Goobol aye nue concrete culvert to Contractors A J Miller Sons of Lynchburg Va for fl3293G II 11 Perry was ordered refund ed 1150 erroneously paid for poll tax- I Tho action of Mayor James P Smith in offering a reward of GOO for the apprehension of the mur deter of Frank McMaqus was ratl fled New Mill Hawkins ft Davis were granted permission to build a mill and graIn elevator on South Second street near Clark street and City Engineer Washington was Instructed to grant them a permit for a frame and sheet Iron building The ordinance committee was Instructed to brIng In an ordinance removing this prop crty from within tim fire district An ordinance exempting T J Stabl from municipal taxation was referred to the ordinance committee A request of the Illinois Central railroad for draining Parkin avenue near the Union station was ralted as far as the city has power The monthly report of Chief of Police Slngery showing flne collect Icd 774 CC amount replevlnod amount on hand for col 1l2631i 63 was received and filed Poll company retail satoonlsts were granted permission to change their location from No 900 North Ninth street to No 908 jBoyd street Mrs 11 F Nelson asked permis slon to transfer part ot a lot In Oak Grove cemetery to John Waters Referred to cemetery committee and clerkI Water company reported tim extension of water mains boIstreets on Clay street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets NinthIrentnljlist andMilkreceived and filed I City Solicitor James Campbell Jr was on motion of Councilman Mayer directed to purchase H 00I worth of property for tho opening of Husbands street from Fourth to Sixth streets I Property owners on Clark street between Nineteenth and Twenty first streets petitioned tho council for enough lumber to build a 12 foot board walk at their expense Referred to street committee I Alderman Potters motion that an ordinance bo brought in providing for a Jim Crow law was tabled I H P Hawkins Sr was granted permission to construct a sidewalk along a public alley extending from the west side of South Second street 1mEII IS YOUIt SKIN OX cant1standI burning itch That It MUST be cooled Tlmtyou MUST have relief Oct a mixture of Oil of Winter green Thymol and other soothing Ingredients as compounded only in D IX D Prescription I The very first drops STOP that awful burning Instantly I The first drops soothe and heal I The first drops give you a feeling of comfort that you have not en Joyed for months or perhaps years Take our word on it as your local druggist Get a 100 Qr a 215 cent bottle todayH W Walker Co drug gists i I J o- i JtS l r1 r t1J between Kentucky avenue nnit 8111 lugton street to the cross alley be tween Second and Third streets onI condition that It shall be construct ed of uniform width nnd same ma I EuglnecrIexpense Kd Farley was given permission to construct a sidewalk In front of Iris store on Meyers street Mcchan Icsburg at n grade furnished by City Engineer Washington and at ida own expense The grade must conform with the grade of tho lower floor of tho storo and the material used must meet the app oval of the engineer and boutU of public works City Engineer Washington will In ivostlgato tile Improvement first All members ot tho board wore present as follows Councilmen Foreman Duddo Horton Leigh Lolly Hannln Barnett McCarthy Duvnll Kreutzor Mayer and Wilson r Make n nolo now to get Elys Cream Balm If you are troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold In the head It Is purifying and sooth ing to the sensitive mombrano that lines the airpassages It is made to overcome the dltvaso not to fool thle patient by a ttoort deceptive relief There la no cocaine nor mercury In it Do not be talked Into taking n substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists soil It Prlco SOc Mailed by Ely Bros CC Warren street Now York I News of Theatres AT Till KKNTUCKY TonlKht Clnrn Llpnmn In Tint Marriage of n Slur a 1ivnrli jcoinwly ttlnptnUon fresh from lrIniciss thrntor ClilniK- WmlnoMiajr o iiiRlit Mnrgnrrl An Ilii III Tlia Awakening ofi Helena Itiflilc S ivojr Uicalcr sue j Nil111111Jooclnlorrll vamlfvlllr liar Rain inntlnrc Smile Mil Friday mil Hntiinlay- STAK Family vniiilcvljlcoitn OIK IIS WcdncMlny ullh idrturvx Tlio O CUIIK Attraction Tha fast that MM Otarn Ilpnmn 10InlJhtMargaret Anglln who appears thoto tQmorrow iitght In Tho Awakening of Iltbra Rkhle come so clnse together Is offset by the fact that nearly two weeks intonono Iwtween the appear ot Mite Anglin and another big lance tho Interval being taken up with popular priced though blh class vaudevlUo This rollers t whti I ever strata may bo Imposed on the average pocketboook in grattfylRH the desire to see both those famousI actresses In The Marriage of a Star Miss Llpman line an excellent vehicle In which to portray her talents The role of SImone tho French nctrp- mII an interesting one and one that Nomt to have ben written c fwatl- y for thja well known and olrwr star The ladles will do especlaly- jj Interested In knowing that tho tint of the play iIs the present time whi h gives this attractive sad grartru lady a splendid opportunity to wear I gownsIbo questioned Miss LiP as the reviews by eminent Chicago critlot prove Tho Chicago Telegraph of lost week said of Mic Ltpman Clara Llpman Judging by the I InIThOl of tho play Itself has boen tho victim of a booking exigency that is likely to Injure her engagement in the Prlncosa a theater not associated with rtralght ploys until the advent hero of Baby Mine In June Mist Lipman arrived on three days notice opening against three other big shows end of course lund to ofItho eok boforpj lerltlcal attention waiiglven to hr play which tho papers all have praised Her own noting was a surprise to those who recalled her merely for her light farclal exhibitions In tho plays In which sine acted with her husband Louis Mann It Is a real Pity that this gifted little comedienne should not havo been put Into Chicago at a more oppor tune time and In a theater nwo dated with the traditions of classy comedy which The Marriage of a Star represents A 2 scale of prices In tho Prlncett Iis a startling novelty but her representative here Insisted that MVis Llpman had as much right to 2 as Nazlmova or any other woman star and tine character ot the audlances yjathavo attended h6r porfoinanceshas proved his wisdom Tho play Is Frederick Dona gheys adaption of BIsson and Thur nors La Marriage duno Etollc which bad an Immense run In Paris two years ago r i1t Jfurgnret AftKlli Simplicity nhddeqlf emotion are IioTcharmof The wvakcnlng of Helena nichlo and simplicity nnd tine power of portraying tensely motional scenes aro the ppeclal talents of Miss Margaret Anglln wino will be seen as Helena Ilichlo at the Kentucky tomorrow evening Seats are now selling and the de mend Is heavy Miss Anglln has not had for year It Is said a play which gives her special talent so much scope as her present vehicle and although Mbs Anglin Is still In the I nldflt of r aping tire harvest that Is homE yielded Vy lier present vJnj t4 f 45 Ayers Hair Vigo Invigorates WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP CONTESTS I IYtnr Winner Loser Games 1S84 Providence N L Metropolitan A A 301SS5 Chicago N L St IXJU B A A 33l- 8s0 St Lou la At A Chicago N L 421ss7 Dulloil NJffL SU Louis A A 1O4 1sss New York Jr L St Louie A A CI1889 New York N L Brooklyn A A G3 1 590 Brooklyn X L LoulBVlllgI A A 3 3- GK 1891 No series Al1S92 Boeton vs Clevolanr two seasons 1S96 No sprlOB 5 iSOi Now York vS Baltimore Tomplo Cup 401S95 Cleveland vs Dulllmoro Temple Cup 411- 89G hi Baltimore vs Cleveland Temple Cup f 401897 Baltimore vs Boston Temple Cup i 411- 89W 1S99 1900 1901 1902o series 1903 Boston A L Pittsburgh N II 531904 No series 1906 New York N L Philadelphia A U 4i1906 Chicago 4L Chicago N I 431907 Chicago N Ti Detroit 4L 4t1908 Chicago N U Detroit A II 601909 Pittsburgh N Li Detroit A I 43 u her plans for the future are being Nctlvoly developed She Is now end- Ing a transcontinental trip and be Winning a outhern trip which Is to continue without n break until ThenkHRlvlnK when It IIs her Intention to Uv aside Tho Awakening of Helena llehl and to produro about OhrWwas time Tine Backslider n corned ot manner Several authors are now at work upon plays laoJudlag John Lutlitr Long AU UtottgU this much to ewrtoln she Is r oxt to MITe us nn oxeEpia of liar jKjwwa of eoniedr which tho who reniomtor her at Lady Trrala may IH well wUtHtd arC of the moat ox qititts qmllty 0Tho GCIUH Openttiir Mnn 5r oberger or the Star th Ator will oiwn kit Gem theater on tbo north ldf of Drondway between I Fourth and Fifth streets tomorrow TIle Gem U ono of the prettiest pict I tire thcatre in tine country Mana I ser Debrger has studied out a color hams In dark green with walls TillS LH THE BXaiXIJ That carried Capt Klaus It Larson In his 18 ft FBHRO launch safely through the murdcrpjm- WllIKMtiOL 1UP1DS Ot Niagara Falls 90u1and one half miles of tho roughest water In the world In 1C minutes and every thing in perfect condition when docked A KW Magneto helped do it- See tho demonstrating boat and engine fit the rftor nnyllmcf Write or call ataoglnpr Agent Ferro Engines Mulllnsl Boats JK W Magnetos 403 a 3rd EC NPW Phono 344 Invite izing under Prices 9100 71o and hog 9250 SEATS NOW SELLING Floor 200 sa 75o and seats to mateh Green lights along tbo walls will mark tho sects without lighting the room nnd spoil tag UI9 pictures Tile In with regular opera chairs Several Innovation now 4o Paduaah audi emcee have been Introduced making the Gent ono of most ntiractivu houSes ot Inw nablo OuUldo and IntWo It to veritable Cain and MRBHIIW Dtlberr who has proven ldmeelt tfeowman of knowledge slid experience U justly proud of aequtattlon ftvnrnm nnd ClinrllnMo WIIii- I wish nil nil ht tfcow of hen received frem your Kid say medy iay Began tfarmor Mo Ills kidneys sad bladder gave him to much pain mIsery and annoynno ho could not work nor sleep lie says Foleyt KIdney Kennedy cotnuktoly cured him Gilbert drug store To be dead jure of too many things habit of certainty i1RIo I Expert Vulcanizing Wo your attention to our splendid facilities for vulcan tires Tho most Improved machinery it utilized and tho work Is dono tho supervision of an export For your own advantage let ut estimate you the cost of putting your tires la goodainow shape Wo will save you time money and several days use of your car 50c UpaKentucky Auto 4 Machine Co IL riSIIKK Prop Sixths and Jefferson Sis AT TOE KENTUCKYCAUXUV Mgni Tuesday OCTOBER 4 9150 flOe Seats WednesdayOCTOBER OCTOBERS PRICES Lower Balcony i Gallery COo D 2QOSnnh m 108C1 r t 1 vesting tim amuromeHt a I a I his A I the eflt I Foleyt n I N J t It a kind U for G I b GOOWVAX Curtain 815 carriages 10- 13MissClaraLiman AsS S1MOXI3 LK IfJSB In tho adaptation of Illsson and ThurncrB Author of Madame X The Marriage of a Star 4 Tho Brilliant and Distinguished Actr- essMargaret Aitglin In tho Great Success of Her Career Tlje Awakening of Helena Richie Adapted by Charlotte Thompson from Margaret Dclands Novel LOUIS NETHEROLE Manager isuiiiiAj I i i 1i I MsU r- MVMg11 S4V If you buildor not you will need a Heating or Cooking Stove HANK BROS 212 Broadway Have the largest assortment in the city See them before you buy Also Stove Pipe Elbows Coal Hods Shovels Po- kersPort1andCementu Portland Cement 20000 bags furnished City National Bank 4400 bags furnished First National Bank We arc headquarter for all kind of Building Material BARRY HENNEBERGER Ninth and Harrl- 9onDULOPAKE In 14 Charming Colors For Interior walls JUJOIAKK Ila certainly an achievement In Interior MnUlica Its sort ilrllcato tones and ftlmdn blend iHnutlfully with any color scheme Its a dull flnlsli and t wonderfully opaque One Gallon Covers 400 Feet One Coat E P GILSON CJ COLerporatd 410 Broadway moth Phones 177 I Contractor Weikel Does All Kinds of CONTRACTING WORK Brick and Concrete a Specialty Ask Him for Estimates on Any Job Ring 1237 The Most Important Thing About a New Home is to Insure It And Insure It In the RIGHT company Any one can wrlto an Insurance policy but ALT policies aro not paid If you have a Ore Investigate your Insurance companies as you do your bank OURS are as strong aa the famous rock of Gibraltar and our rates are just tho samo as others Cs Es JENNINGS 4 CO When BuildingT- hat house dont fail to con sult us about wiring for elec tricity and piping for gas Our valuable experience is at your service The Paducah Light Power Co Incorporated Jr ni taoMIf THE DEAL LOCATIONF- or I That New Home is In Beautiful Gregory Heights v No matter what character of home you build the location will mar or make iits attractiveness Gregory Heights is truly the Ideal location in Paducah for a home High rolling ground that is easily drainedoff away from the dirt and grime and noise of the city with the street cat at your door pure bracing healthgiving fresh air in plenty ALL the time these are but few of its attractions II t WE SELL ON EASY TERMS AND REASONABLE PRICES and should like to show you what we have for YOU C B J E N N I N G S F Agent I i HINTS FOR PROSPECTIVE BUILDERS t This is a great era of homefculldTng In Paducah Everybody seems to bo realizing that tho best home is a home they own and have built as they want it For the benefit of our readers who are con sidering building and are itlll undecided as to the stylo or price of homo to build we are each week on this page showing original attractive and practical Illustrations of modern moderate priced houses that will offer helpful BUggesUorfi and give a fairly accurate idea of what It will post to build I j 4500 Builds This Beautiful Home This plan I designed especially for building on a corner lot and for such location vro consider it one of the finest we lave shown Site qt house 31x40 feet and at estimated price to be of brick and halt timber work construction It has seven rooms and bath Attractive features are many among which we mention the entrance to living room frfom both front and side of house tho combination stairway and hall the serving pantry between kitchen and dining room and tho large front porch The view as shown is from the side thus showing all the principal features of tho plan Complete plans and specificatIons In duplicate for building this house may bo secured through this office for 4500 For making additions alteeratlons or reversing plans a small extra charge will be made dependent as to the amount of extra work involved I From the CHEAPEST lumber produced to the HIGHEST gradej From the smallest sash and door to the LARGEST arid most ARTISTIC Shingles and Rubber Roofing in all grades WE ARE HEADQUARTERS Shen illRussell Lumber Co I rCPhones Paducah Ky II 0= p- j4 OFF Onal Refrigerators Ice Boxes and Ice Cream Freezers Call and see us at our new place121 North Third Street BARKSDALE BROS CO incorpor- atedINVESTIGATE OUR METHODS Our Stock of Lumber and MiUr Work and Our Prices We tire confident thpt it will result in securing your business when you need anything from a ppst to a bill of lumber for a house or barn The best In Quality at the Lowest Possible Prlcels the motto we try to UTe up to Gome in and Investigate THE FOOKS LUMBER CO Office Mill and Yards 10011027 Monroe St Both Phones 1276 IF YOU CONTEMPLATE building such a house like the accompanying plan it will pay you to first inspect our stock We can save you money enough oh the furnishing of the house to goa llong way to waad paying ffor it 7 I GARNER BROS207200 South Third Street The Homei is Not Complete Without a Copy ofa Good Newspaper THE EVENING SUN n Is Paducahs Best Newspaper Ten Cents a Week Charles Warren I r Will Dot YOUR PAINING RI6HI Ring 514A MORE PEOPLE IN PADUQAH READ THE EVENING SUN Because it gives tho most news in thQ most intolli bajfc s gent manner 10 cents a Week 3 a Year by Mail Katterjohn Dalby Electrical ContractorsElectrical wiring of al kinds will receive expert attention at our hands and we cordially solicit an opportunity to esti mate on your work We also carry a complete line ot attractive electrical fI- Xtures and appliances which are sold at retail at the right prices 625 Broadway Doth Phones 118 r l Ifin 7U 1IIr THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNTUESDAY ocronrn t Td ADUCAH EVENING SUN ho AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY of ama COMPANY Incorporated F M FISHER President of B J PAXTON General Manager Entered at the postofflc at Paduean Ky as second class matter UBSCniPTIOJf HATER TDK DAILY RUN By Carrier per week 10 By Mall per month In advance 26 ny Mall per year In advaneeSOO TUG WEEKLY SUN For year by mall postage paid 1100 Address TIlE SUN Paducan Ky Office 111 South Third Phone Usk Editorial RoomeroOW Phone 117 New Phone ntPayne a Toung Chicago and New York representatives e6e WfG LADeA r TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 CIRCULATION STATEMENT a t September 1910 i 1 65 16C521 26524 176527hI 3 652G 19 6525ttt 6 0508 20 0524 70516 216521 8t6531 22CB20 I 96521 23j5210 0528 24JG513I- 2v t t WG529 26 x6516 13 46527 27 6526ll 16518 286526 1 15 C521 290513 I 306614To- tal I 1630G8II Average 6522II Personally appeared before me the 3rd day of October 1910 R DI aiacMillen Business Manager ofI The Sun who affirms that the fore going Is a true and correct statement of its circulation for the month of September 1910 to the best of his knowledge and belief PETER PURYEAR Notary Public My commission expires January 10 1912 Dally Thought Life Is not so short but that there is always time enough for courtesy Emerson Not the sovereignty of state o the sovereignty of nation but the sovereignty of citizenship Is what we want o TilE DUTY OF CITIZENSHIP Every voter in Iaduca1 owes the city the duty of registering at his precinct before 9 oclock tonight Iin order that be may vote at the election Tuesday November 8 A revision of tho real estate valu ation is being made by a commission appointed by the general counI ell Upon that revision a property assessment will be made by the board of supervisors and that assessment I will become the basis o uplbyTho city administration has made an excellent jecord In the use the cltya revenues paying off a floating debt of over J40000 re habilitating the city lighting plan Improving the heating arrangement t and Installing fire escapes and an elevator at the city hospital so that the dangers of a fire horror are practically eliminated adding story to the city hall so that all departments are now housed there cutting out rents adding two new fire stations for the citys protection building miles of sidewalks oiling streets gutters and streams Improving the levee advancing several thousand dollars to the city schools which were with an old debt opening a way f residents along the Mayfield road to get downtown without crosatn d the railroad at Tennessee street an numerous other smaller but 1 i portant projects The administration still hopes to build a bridge Into Mechanlcsburg and one over tho creek to connect the south side with the Union station and to com plete other works on the program originally outlined by Mayor Smith These things should be done an yet economy should be the watchword of the city government Tl can only bo accomplished by giving tho mayor a general council that will cooperato with him Upon tho selection of members of the general council made by the voters at the November election wl depend whether the interests of the taxpayers shall be looked after next yearBe assured that the floaters an the personal friends of the politicalI rlngsters will register They need no admonition from the I They have means of lnformatlo- when the registration time roll round they are always armed with the Indicia of sovereign cltlzenshopI If the men who have private fIn- terests I as taxpayers and interests as 1y citizens will do their duty today and in November thero will be no question about the character of government Paducah will have for another year and the proper use of tho taxpayers money Mr Citizen It is up to you o GAMBIAG PROPOSITION OR SE RIOUSDUSINESS7- Numerous men have announced their candidacy for tho Denxtitic nomination for governor ale yet not one of them lies offered the pee plo of the sUite a tingle reason why I t1rAil4l 4 r seeks the office or a why ho should bo KentuckyThe presa Ilngloreasonrr has been discussing the various candidates for several months but without exception the dlscucirfon has been confined exclu sively to merits that would be ap plicable to a horsy race or a prize light but scarcely of practical value to the people eta great commonwealth In choosing a chief magistrate The press seema concerned with whether one candidate is too old another too young one too well known another not well enough whether ono would beI Strongest with this element or anther with that until we wonder If this nomination Is to be made In the interest of the taxpayers and citizens of Kentucky or in the Interest of race track touts and gamblers who expect to stake money on tho out of the general election Surely there are vital Interests nt stake In Kentucky Surely we are not tatlefted that none of the mod ern reforms In elecllon machines methods of taxation and regulations of special Interests apply to condi ions In Kentucky- In other states people are agitat ing such matters an reform in the courts to expedite Justice and reoII lievo the grievous burden of litiga ion tax reforms to more equitably I adjust tho burden of governmental I and encourage entcrprlzo I prison reforms to encourage men andII women who have taken a false step to regain their characters fixed com I xniEatlorv of workmen for loss of lICe or earning capacity good roods I protection of human life on railroads and In factories reform of the school syptems reform In municIpal government reforms that make the city and state governments moro re sponsive to the will of the majority by means of the Initiative and referendum the recall and the primaryHas Kentucky no need of coq of these 7 Are her people not awake to the needs of tho nourT Or Is th failure of the leaders and candidate- ot the majority party to espouse the cause of any of these reforms but additional proof that our politicali machinery requires improvement toI make it responsive to the will of the peoplePresident Taft In his speech tin New York Saturday expressed nn opinion that Is gaining ground allII over the country and It Kentucky 1It to keep pace with her sister common- r wealths she must be alive to the 1a sues of the hour He said Sow what are the specific evils that have roused the people I believe that they have been growing In this country for years and years and they can be briefly stated thus The corrupt control of legis latlve and governmental l agencies for the establishment maintenance and enjoyment of unjust privileges by Individuals or corporate wealt To make this control effective there have been organized and maintained corrupt machines within both parties which break the current of corn munlcaUon and responsive action rbetween the people and those who place elected to herve and repress IfComblnallontf of capital In int dustrial business generally brought together for the ostensible and corn thte cost of production and distribution have too often had the real purpose of suppressing competition controlII ing prices and maintaining mo- a nopoly Give the voters actual control of their party machinery by the popular election of committeemen as well es the nomination of candidates and1 the Initiative and referendum to iIn etruct their legislators and the re call to hold executives In check and acor o liesdrefshe n Tarnm many Hall seems to us he all attack in defense of Democracy oooooo ooo STATE FRESH 1 dooo oeoooeoo laTar From tlio Maddening Crowd Cleopatra is on a boom W Mr Cox a now house and C L Short has a new carriage bouse Cleo patra Cor Owensboro Messenger IIAutumn the most glorious seaI son has returned with her stately goldenrod her ruddyrich blushing 6dhogs Ky Cqr Henderson Gleaner Conltressmanncongrcs man Olilo M James had bettor go down Into Calloway county and get the Democratic committeemen In tQ Third senatorial district to quit their foolishness or ho may stand a good chance of losing a vote from tha district for United States senator i will require straight business by the Democrats to prevent the Republi cans from slipping into the state sen ate from that district and this Willt depend on the good conduct of tho Democrats Mayfleld Messenger Puts Women Above Horse Next to the wife hooter comes the horse beater and It Is to be regretted we have one or two In this common Ity A boree la the most noble an lbot s JJIIIa or L f 1s J J r POPULATION OF CITIES 1910 1900 Akron 0 09007 42728 Albany N Y 100253 94151 Allentown Pa 61013 35410 Alton 111 17528 14210 Ann Arbor 14817 14509 Amsterdam N Y 31207 20929 Atlanta Ga 154839 S9S72 I Atlantic City 44401 27838 I Auburn TT Y 3470C8 30345 1 Dattlo Creek 25207 18503 Hay City Mich 4G1GC 27028 Bayonne N J 55545 32722 104361Dellevllle J Ulnghamton 48443 39047 J DIoomOold NJ 15070 9668 Boston Mass 070585 500892 Bridgeport 102054 70990 Buffalo N Y 423716 352387 Camden N J 94538 75935 I Cincinnati 0364463 325902 16985751Cleveland Colorado Spgs 29078 21085 Cumberland Md 21839 17128 Columbus 0 181548 125500 71601CovingtonJ Dallas Tex 92104 42038 Danville 111 27871 10354 I Davenport la 43028 35254 Dayton 0 110577 85333 Denver Col 213381 133859 6213911Detroit Kvansvllle lad 09047 59007 East St Louis 58547 29055 Flint Mich 38550 13103 Fort Wayne lad 63933 45115 Grand Rapids 112671 87505 Hartford Conn 98915 79850 Hoboken NJ 70324 59304 J Ilolyokc Mass 57730 46712 Houston Tex 78800 44033 Indianapolis 233050 109104 25180rJackson Miss 21262 7810 Jamestown NY 31297 22892 Janesville WIs 13894 1318 20643o3 2935s3 Kalamazoo 39427 24404 Kansas City 248381 103752 Kingston NY 25908 24535 Lansing Mich 31229 10485 Lowell Mass 100291 94090 Lynchburg Va 29494 18891 ralthful of animals and4he man who would abuse his hone has something lacking In his manhood Barllng eon Bee Fear for the Ticket 1 So much 111 feeling Is being en gendered in the various contests for Democratic nominations for state of flees the governing powers of the party fear the affect It will have In the congressional elections For the take of harmony and for tho sake of the congressional Icket efforts are rhohnow being made by Judge Alllo W I state campaign committee to get the I candidates to refrain from ovation ing their candidacy for the time bo lag Senator James B McCrcary and I Congrewman Ollie M James two of governortrespec tively have already agreed not to make mention of their candidacy In the speeches they make between now and the November election lien Johnson it Is said has made the same Agreement with Judge Young as have one or two of tho candidates for minor office The Democrats realize that they are confronted by serious opposition In the Third Fifth Ninth Tenth and Eleventh dtetrlots Of course they do not expect to oar ry the Eleventh but they will light for the other lour districts mention ed LouUvllle Herald A Sound Warning Calloway county can boost of her feuds factions fairs and many other things too numerous to mention but capped the climax recently when oho undertook to hold a committee meeting for tho Third senatorial die strIct with one man calling the meet Ing to order deciding what was a quorum presiding himself putting tho questions doing the voting act Ing as teller and passing on all sues dons before the mooting Benton TribuneDemocrat T Heard in the Lobby Have patience ladies That Is the appeal of Secretary Rodney Davis of the Paducah Fair association to tho women exhibitors at the fair last week who are con stantly causing moro worry for him over the awarding of special prom puma named In the fair programs Tho specials have not been award ed but will be In d few days The business end of Floral Hall assumed an unforecen magnitude and secre tart Davis Is literal covered up In work Rest Is out of the question for him Everything In Floral hall- e has been removed with tho exception of ono Apiece of fancy work and 12 Jars of Jellies and preserves These oxodllst histon rtreet was madE today by the secretary notwithstanding the henry rainfall The special premiums offered will bet given In a few days and Mr Davis says ho will appreciate It 4f the ladles will walt for the announce ment How would you like to bo the secretary t PAMIBRI HOUSE A W LucaB Waverley Tenn S T Chase Mo- l tropolis J W Owen Loulevlllo W f t A 7 dJJ t 1 f Marlon 111 7093 2510- Middletown I Milwaukee 0 373857 13152 9211II Mobile Ala 51521 38409 24199 17248 I 1I0l1nolII h N Y 30918 21228 Muifkogce Okla 25270 14418 Newark NJ 347409 240079 Nowburgh NY 25473 24943 I New Haven 133005 108027 I Now Orleans 339075 287104 I 14720II7I J I North Ynklma 14082 3154 Oklahoma City 04205 32452 Oregon 111 2180 1577 Oyster Day 21802 10334 10G111IPawtncketPeoria 111 66950 50100 Pittsburgh Pa 533905 451512 Plttsfleld Mass 32121 21700 Philadelphia 1549008 1293697 Poughkeepslo 27936 24029 Providence RI 224320 17659 Pueblo Col 44395 2816 1 Racine WIs 38002 29102- I 78961IRocktordRock Falls 111 2057 2176 Rock Island ill 24335 19493 I 51523811St Schnectndy NY 72826 31682 Scranton Pa 129807 102026i Sioux City In 47828 13111 South Bond Ind 53084 3599 9 Sterling 111 7407 6309I Springfield 111 C1G78 3416 I Syracuse NY 137249 1083HI Temple C1tyTax 10993 701iGI Toledo 0 108497 13182 2 Troy N Y 76813 GO651l Utica N Y 74412 G6383I Upper Alton III 2918 2313I Washington DC 331069 I Watertown Waterloo WflterburyConn la NY 73141 26730 26693 2187181i 1 Wllkcsbarrc Pa 07105 Gl721 i Wilmington Del 87411 76608 Woonsocket RI 38125 2820 I Yonkers NY 79803 4792 1I In 1907 F Rosif Torre Haute H D fete Henderson R H BryaTn Chicago n G padilingNew York Fred K Dodd New York F S Post Nash vole R T Sanders New York NEW RICHMOND Charles R Gowen Louisville C 1K Marshall Fulton U E Watson Cairo L W Smith Tampa Flo W F Paul Eminence 1Ky O MI Puckctt Ev ansvllla Byrd Leeper Brookport BELVEpERB J N ScllmnnI Louisville john Marsh MarionI HI 1 VaI1 Atlanta Ga lIon qqs1 fJgt X gUCa i iVOICE OF TIlE PEOPLE i t Mr Hell K Grateful Editor of the SunII with to uiei your columns today as chairman of tho Republican city committee o thank the gentlemen who served the party today as registration offlfft seraI and alto those who offered their wrv Ices IQ the event of a vacancy I lbel- ieve that never before In thin dty did so many representative men agree to perform this duty Everywhere the Republican official were on duly at the appointed hour and many places respiration was delayed by Democrat officiate being late E BBELL A Casa In Point Editor of SunWo the under signed have long thought It uneafei to entrust affairs to the Democratict party and can cite In an Incident Ini point today The Republican offi core of Rogers precinct wore on hand to promptly open tho polls at 0 oclock this morning A pelf hour later one of the Democratic officials showed up and then went to breakfast At 830 the other one nme- ed and In tho meantime no arrange meats for accomodatlng the voters could be perfected Respectfully A J WILLETT- M B NA- S1iKentucy Kernels Owenboro jail break tolled Sue Hilt dies at Hopkinsvtlle- Llttlft Will Vistas dies at Mayflold Marie Long aulclde at Owensboro Mat Schumm drowns at Owens boro Cruuido against gambling at Ixx IngtonItober 11- Charles Berrymnn of Elmendorf paralyzedSoldiers at HopklnsvilloI for night rider trials Dalono Orr and Culcls Muzzle ma- rled at Fulton- T Clark colored killed at Soda lla by another negro n J Salmon tipped for Republi can nominee in Second Charles Alexander 8 kicked en seriously hurt at Hlokman Ed Wynn white kills Abe Allen colored at Uoptown station Girl tostlfles falOly at Frankfort to secure divorce for the man she wishes to tear 7w J f f oA pr J rot0 4 w A TonicStimulant The active business man the brain- worker b and all this class of people of could not stand the constant strain on their brain and nerves were it not tIInvigoratingDuffys Pure Malt WhiskeyI the standardof purity andexcel jcncc for over hglf- a century is one oft II e greatest tonicI stimulants and strengthgiv ers known to sci ence of It has been ex tolled throughout till world for what it has done for suffering humanity Its success in curing disease has In caused many unreliable dealers to put up substitutes and imitations with which to fool the people claiming IIs that their substitutes arc lust as le tbutonly IInsist on the genuine Sold In SEALED nOTTIES ONLY AU druggists grocers and dealers or dt rat Sl00 a large bottle Medical book let and doctors advice free The Uulty M lt WhUkey Co Rixhetttr N Y tLu JI RIVER NEWS t TTTTTTTTTTT hiker Stages pltUbut h 40 00 m Clndnnatl 70 OI falltI Louisville 90 05 rlso- oEvansville 47- Ml I fall1 1 i Vornon 43 04 fall Mt Oarmtl 20 M3 tin N ehvllo Sl 01I falllI ChnltrnoogBUalng Klofonro 08J- ohMonvUlo D4 It1I I I 20 00 MdI I Oalro 12a 44 fallI SL Iou CO KO stdI I l Paducah CO- liurBfkle 42 fallII III 11 08 faWI C I Carthage 23 07 fallI 1mn lorccnst tItills point will ro mnln about on a stand for tho sex 124 hours ITIHIR rrhIIII Dick Foxier Canto sOhio Golronda Cowling Brookport and IctropII oils Clyde Metropolis j Droorport and Livingston Point TixUyM Dtparlurrx Mary Anderson Cairo Clyde Metropolis Dick Fowler Cairo Cowling Brookport and tetrop 0111II Robertson Owen port and Livingston 3IL InndlnglIroOk1 IAt7 ollotfk title indrnltiB tho i 1gauge road five feet Indicating a alight tall of twotenths of a lust Into 24 hours Weather cloudy mints I 790 IncheaII last night and laid over hero tint this morning when she went to Me tropolls to unload lumber She will return here tonight and leave t I morrow evening for Waterloo 1Arriving last night from Cnsoy vlllo with a tow of soot tho towboat Mary Anderson of tho West Keni Ilucky Coal company departed this morning for Cairo to deliver her tow worn no Kvansvllla boatsI IThereI Tho Lowry and Dunbar will In port tomorrow morning IIbo Hughresigned pilot of tho Dunbar Ho will pilot the John S Hopkins to Jeffersonvllle Ind f where she will be practically rebuilt on tho Howard shipyards The autumn migration of house boa l fatally launches and hunting and fishing yachts for tho south lie e bosjon Many varlotloa of those craft are on route south dally A higher stage of the Mississippi gives thorn advantage of a bettor currentt The Ohio arrived this morning with a good trip from Golronda and left this afternoon at 2 oclock for a return trip The George Cowling loaves to Brookport and Metropolis at 430 oclock this afternoon She mail her first trip hero from Metropolis on time this morning The DIck Kowler departed for witra fair trip and will return early tto nightThe Robertson did a good ferry business today She will conduct her regular excursion trip tonight leaving at 8 oclock and returning at 1030 TORREY MEETINGS I Continued From Page One cord In every Kne of It nil pointing ono wayto Jesus Chrlrt I have written myself said Dr Torroy A score of books In the last 20 years and yet In my own writings covering KJ chart a apace Of time there la not asmuch unity alt I find In this Bible written dur ing 1500 years by men of nIl elatsoe In dlffnront languages and In every known form of literary composition Tlio BllileH Kilixiloilly Tho Immeasurable superiority of and J work of God There IB no compari sun between this book and tbo works of tho Greek and Oriental philosophies because wlillo the jl tar contained much trutlijthoy Il1tjI contained touch r= J Faye tho Chlneo much true Ilh ophy but ho also franklv lug Senora taught the ilosff poverty but lived tho life of voluptuary Socrates taught haw n philosopher houldl11e but aim a woman of tho town how to ve Marctie Aurellus taught the beauties of clemency but also mur J dered Christians Compare their lives and Influence with tho life and influence of Christ compare tho couutrloa rams and nations under the Influence of their phllowphlMi with those nations race and ooun t trice willed hifvo felt the Influence Christianity and the fruits sponk for themselves AH the truth found In all tho ihllosoiihltw of tho work are found the Blbjo Thoro U cot n lknown- truth In the world today courwrntni morality and tho txilrtUml life flat not contained In the HHile There more truth in the bible float In all other books of the workl tmt tet Bother Take the truth out of ovary I ono of them destroy tIp error mull then combine all thoir troth late ono volume and itlll It will nut leave aa much truth In It III the HIM Destroy all the other irnok of tthis world and saw the lllblu and the world will not low n vJnvto truth that Is known today This Itltiltt tliMHwdlntilc Th BHtlo hs vltlmeo4 the erltt climB of nearly M c peMee and to day InflumeM more people ta road by moro people over n wider area than It ever did before No ether 111bMdhas been growing In power gore than 1800 years no work of any other school of phltatupfer etrr Uvtl IS years without fnnlu wing ills covered In IU system It NI a rw markwblo fuel todnr that till critics a4to would destroy tho divinity of Christ and the divine iiithbrttiM of the arrgttare seek to retain the iMchtnm an philosophy of ObrM aiMl tilt Btete as neewry to civilII- I UatlOH yut their efforts but em- I Phastxo the Hitaiw llBliliini sj of Christ ctalmn an the effort to de stray him and hh tM0Mmis In hl duy furnUhwl tho Anal proof of his divinity 1IMliI Pmlurah n Compliment tJ Torroy pat Paitawib a com pllmeet last night by syhg that while huedrafe of song crooks and Md beeR distributed Stlnllar nWit through tile vast twltone not t single copy excepting these pur chased had teen carried away Thh to remarkable because ner y al wii bookbomtlmo thoHhtt ly- Prtyor wit innilo by the Itn ilII- Ii Dodd last nldtt anti Mr MeRwln song a solo in his sweet tenor yoke Tho sIiiRlBK try the chorus tfteir nad concreswllon under Mr MpXtHii 1 itI becoming a feature of the Tomy meeting Ilo Is an extolled dtr c lor who inspires the JIInJerl with hU own spirit and enthusiast The morning tneutlnn are be corning popular Dr Telclep Is n famous BIMo scholar and lecturer as tho HbjoctI sad Mr Jaroby hu oow JWOIIpie In the UM tnctnberv of the mesjt t1111e ehleelr 00l1ntBrondwoy at 10 and 1115 L m NarkoThe Important and Value ofr Personal Work VM the subject oftr the novo W S Jawtoy address this morntag at the Auditorium risk In- I tho clan which hat boon organiied Mr Jaroby who hat been oriah- with a Dr Torr jr nearly 1C year ltbt of tho value of prtsaltlxorkl to ihf elty to the ehurd and to the rt viral Ie showed how th work would go on unceaslniily nftrr tii revival somas to a claw and le- eltIr UhiBtralUins in the dntli of the personal worker PerK wi wri i n he wt r + arc very n w nllal In fir life of Christian Mr Jacob U Jc WAIT FOR US Till Wwlncwlny Mornlnc nt 10 OClock Klmrp We will bo rlosod all day to Irday marking down prices nrI0ranging for big tale Starts promptly tomorrow morning Everything must go Como Early get first choice Mona hall leather Shoes former price 250 sale prlco 139 Mens all wool 1250 PanU sale price MI 49 Ladisa 600 all wool Skirts going at 298 Dont forget the plac- eNewmans Store JON Hroaihvoy rrTh Weaver Inr 1Ailncnli mill vlriully ln Mlllctl with xhoivcrs tonight or W linilny Temperature iMluyt IllKliitit 70 loKcxt 117 r So you nun who seek i hatsireal tcne in your should see these two new Kent hats- Theres T t a new Natural Pearl shade telescope with black band tthe very newest bockii And a beautifull g n t uinc Side Beaver in the natural color of ih furb arlnjf animal Its the genuine fur wi h trimmings to mach antnu t dyes are u ed Its in tIet ntw st telescope sh pc anda beauty Kent Hats Are S3 ft rbr1415 41r11xWADWJl- VOJmmtIsiejitAnBoYs U I voted and nllluolaolll In hn worki and Is s prasle apttikrr Inc ron mflixV excellent fvftmmi n folds MM fiaera+ l at btr band wecXttti The clsrnl is roving tiO expect IO dwcinpi HMHf tltrpersonalI workers daring Isle hrro tt- At a pastors 1ncctinl tot nl Dr Ter1tyoatllnrd nfawi for 100V soual work 4 I YOU IIOMT IIAVH TO WAIT r II ornuee you feel hells Lav IR1ILYwhere lrlee ife t NUticr to Slockholdere dfeetlrg of uttorilboklfrI of lie Ia KtaffOrme ManuUct urine roW pang will Ie held at their office nt Ike plant Ortotmr 8 1910 ORO IIAXO8TAKK Trim Every little bit Added to 4iiat I Youve Got Makes Just A iiitle Bit More Thats a good tons to keep hum mlng Hupn o you hail saved ono dollar out of every five you have mode In till last live years It would r 1 bn unite a e inn wouldnt It Well dont fit another tIe yearn go by without saving somulhliig from your Income Olson n savings account at our bank Now Tho road jo prosperity nunns coifdenial cull won any but It lends to ths goal of eml 4 COIIR which will amply repay Onto for all wise MUTlflcttg In early life THE FIRST IWIONAL mWill IHJ Plcusctl to Have Your Account 150000SURPLUS Repair and Engraving Departments Are jlOur FirstClass Lets Show You I r i U 7 = J 1r I TUESDAY OCTOUEn 4 J THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN QJrtU I m on 2icw Jew By a good fashion Mag J5 azine What is the best The Quarterly Style b f Book And where is the Quart w erly Style Book for sale At our pattern counterThe Fall is now on sale 20c in sr i eluding a 15c pattern free Y t t 9udl 8 I111111 ILn sjt I GET IT AT GILBERTS Dr Gilbert Osteopath 142 Broadway Phones 190 Rubber stamps teals brass itrndls utc at Tho Sun office Free rlty and farm real estata price list Whittomoro FratHrnlt building Phones 83C Sign writing O K Sexton Phones 401- lJaltuu Dye Works have moved to 114 South Fifth shoot Dalton DID Works have moved to 114 South Ffth street Dr Vorls has returned Phones 251 Fraternity Building I We svrto BoothVi and nlfifit amtaa- oytcstaurant 21 5 Kentucky avrnuo high grade sample shoes Just received GOO pairs Hurt Packard and CroMctts all latest shapes and foci 6and C shoes for 30 days only nt 210 a pair Iko Cohens tOG South Second ItreetII Thl years crop of Fall Bulbs r Mroat from Holland now on sale at Broadway StHt Jfoiifo nrunlOiGZII por quart Bledor I trletUr Co Ill North Third IlIIuoofDrllIoJhi atlthudoubt willcurry off some of thnTlrst t prlros An attempt will bo made to I III lowor the half mllo record I Both tto Mr jpid Mrs Rdnard Grrtf of FlffcontlT street and IKenj lucky avenue a hub girl babyII 11rn Mil 0 Moons ls an ItheI bkiOIrilibon tfotera IIjwSinlth a young than rotid I I Ing htar 01Gltt WBS thrown from a Jjfok he wal rfillng e terday morn reekand serluily1 Injured No bones were fractured but Jio Is thought to bo injured Internally Mrs Al C Lilts who was thrown from a Itch cur on South Third trout on Sunday night Ila confined I to the Jittl119 Qf her tl Nnta1Ir nit In J 1y QrnifiQa South Third ftrftlk tIlit V1ttb r12a Trrri11i1 url who gst ojiesatalon for air p ixmllffltlf otrSaturday at tho River iHdc hospital to lmfovlng rapidly William Wlant left Monday ou n burinoNft trip to Marlon SATISFACTIONOR Your Money Back Its not Your money or your life at Gilberts When you Guy ANYTHING hero no matter what It is if you aro not thoroughly antis fled with it wo WANT you to have your money back All you have to say Is It was not catlifaclory nnd I want my moiiuy And there are no strings to this polloy either Next TIme All tho rltno UI IT AT ollnmtrs GILBERTSDrug Fourth and Hnwdway Hath Phones 77 m mii fan a tDwman spend a Mwt tn iciable flours j studying Fashion Magazine number I 1 u NEWS OFCOURTS q uu u In Tollro Court Breacli of ordinance J n McGraw finedr IJd Weatherford dlsmlmod P C Gljwon left ojwu Ohio River Sand and Gravel company fined 5J attorneyypeace l ogonor nnod S J J IKarnliart apd Boss auremit flnwl 1 each Will Atbrlt Lois lItft oven John Dlckerwn fined Ui Malicious cutting Chariot Hamil ton hold to grand Jury ball 300 To llu 1nbHc 11118roll11 alone10 collect and receipt for all debtu and obligations duo and owing to said nrm Tlih the 3rd day of Oc tober 1910 1JW HUGHES R BURGAUER AVVTKH NOTICE Patrons of the WntiTr Coini aiiy MMiilndrtl Hint their rriiii oxlam 1 IICIIINT UOtli HIM thou ts ho111 ln to ronixv Item should do n0- i tioforo It N forgotten n+ nil prone 111 I and imld for on or leforc Otto r 10 ulll Iw hut tIff IStokn Ilniincr Itctuniiil TIM handsome banner of tilt lop ktn vUle high school trophy of the jwetteru Kentucky football champion sfclp of 1909 f4elen at Paducah by Jealous Madlionvllle boys during the IJInttrfcholartlc debate has been re oxplrannItlonl jwhool out of the pale of recognition by lovers of clean and manly school sport No football games with that team of this year have ever been considered by the Hopklntrville High school eleven Hopkinsvlllo Now lira ttL11e1s 1tttNIIts Initial meeting this mowing at 10 oclock at tho OarneKlu library The club will couUmio Iliq tuily of the British Hm plro this year Tho program wan de 2 itfully featured this morning as follows 1 George L 171427 Sophia Dorothea Tho Jmjoblu Artrtng Tbo South Sea Bubble Mra A It Mey ors 3 Georgo II Queen Caroline and- WalpoloMre Lllllard Sanders 3 Foreign Wtonu War with Spain War with Austrian Succession 17411743 Tile Young Pretender 1745 War with Franco Acquisition of Canada Mrs lUchard G Terrell The rerfgnatloDo of Mrs James A nu and Mrs1 George Langrtaff we presented this morning The club wilt elect their successors next Tuesday SEASONABLEHock pound speedily relieves that nnnoylng early season cough and cold Prlro fiOc mid 101 AN1 Malnrlnl TunIc Capsules nro guaranteed to break up any cageof chills They dont make you slok like tho sweet syrups do They are splendid nppctlzora Price One Per Ilov J D BACON I Druggist Seventh mud Jackson Streets Until Phones a1 I i tmti IT if T l IN SOCIAL CIRCLES Invitations KoivcINWIIcox were JU1tIOIINI Mr and Mrs Albert Bingham Sowoll for the marriage of their daughter 1I11 Carline Magruder Sowell to Mr Dow Wilcox Tho ceremony will take place at tho tint Christian church on Thursday October 20 at 9 oclock In the evening Thorn will I W a reception after tho ceremony at the Womans club from 900 until 11 oclockAnnouncement of tho engagement and approaching wedding wee made lovbrat weeks ago It will ho a notable society event as MM Sowoll and Mr Wilcox are widely popular and are goolally prominent U n O at Woman Clnli The iaduoab chapter UnIted- IMughtora of tho Confederacy will meet this afternoon at tho Womans club Tho hostewos are Mrs Mary JK1 SilorrJII Mrs W A Horry Mrs John Barry Mrs W A Martin Tho following will bo the literary pro gram Tho Border States Delaware Kentucky Maryland a d Missouri Music Maryland MjMaryland Tho WotnanH Clnl Summer Is over and winter work Is about to begin In earnest In the Womans club The club house has boon repainted and papered and looks more attractive and homelike than over In Us new dress Plans for work in every department which have been carefully thought out during tho season of rest and recrea tion will bo discussed at tho bUll ness meeting on Thursday Octobor G These business meetings are of great Importance and Interest to every Blnglo member pt the club Earnest telling work cannot bo accomplished j without united effort and united effort Is not possible without a careful hearing of all proposed meas thoIlnturchnngo there will be a good attendance at 230 p m Thursday The business meeting will bo followed as has already been announced by a loc ture by tho eminent artist Mr Leavltt whoso great picture The Last Supper will bo on exhibition at tho Three Links building for sev oral days This Is the first tlmo a great original painting has been brought to our city and surely the masses will avail themselves of tbo privilege of seeing It Miss Mahoney is back and everyone who followed the useful work of tho Philanthropic department last year will know that this means tho continuance of the same untiring waYIWMIIof perfecting plans for the Introduction of sowing Into tho public schools Tho Literature department pub fishes a comprehensive program for tho study of English literature The Civics department hopes to theAntiTuberculosis the Juvenile court Music lovers who have received so much pleasure from tune Music department will not bo disappointed this year for thoro are arrange moats for some beautiful concerts and It Is expected that ono musical artist of renown at least will bo brought hero during tho season comingII Attention should be called newlyformed committee that of Household Economics for tho purpose of studying tho science of housekeeping It will doubtless ap peal to ninny women who may justly expect to derive practical help and benefit from this study Tho club owes much to tho com in I Iteo on finance which has so wonderfully managed Its affairs that tho club hits been established on such n substantial business basis that it has boon enabled to meet all Its current obligations and can look forward with assurance to tho pay mont of nil Indebtedness upon tho club house In tho near future The committee on Hospitality watches every opportunity for little acts of courtesy and consideration towards members of tho club and Its many outsldo friends so that n spirit of loyalty and widening sym path should characterize all Its undertakings With confidence In tho good work which lies before tho Womans club and In the sincerity of Its loved president tho officers and tho members wo wish Godspeed to this tho fifth year of Its active 1lfoConnnuIcatedS- orlal Aflrmooii for Visitor Mrs Victor Voris social afternoon of the Church Building society of the First Prorbyterlan church on Monday was a delightfully Informal hospitality and a pretty compliment to her mother Mrs J 11 Shollof Dallas Texas who Is tho Interesting guest of Mrs Voris airs Vorls apartments at The Frledrlch wore charming In thnlf appointments Tho ten ar III I of Grape= Nuts shows nearly double tho energy producing power of any other foods Theres a Reason NEAR DEATH BY SMOTHERING I I Patched Uj Jlcllcf Temporarily Hut Inslsteiit Husband Finally Effects Deliverance VahStuart e never has been says Mrs lichen Dalton and never will be a medicine to compare with Cardul I suffered for years and would often almost smother to death Medicines patched me up for a while but then I would get worse again Finally my husband wanted me to try cardul to he bought me a bottle and I tried it It did me more good than all tho other medicines I had taken I have Induced many of my friends to try Cardul and they all say they hue been benefited by Us UoIIf you are weak and ailing think what It would mean to recover rapidly and surely as did Mrs asI whatlItNo medicine without merit could remain In such constant use and show Mich a continued Increase in sales medlIrlneCardul Is succ flllICardul has brought health and happiness to thousands of weak women Why not you Try It IprettyI1 luncbconlotI I Tho usual routine business and Bible study wore part of tho after noon An attractive feature was a I I delightfully Informal talk on foreign missions state i president br1111antSmcllubnawontan and Is a of Texas The 25 guests wore limited to the members of the Church Building eo cwty Opening of Ivcntucky Theater To nillit Society Kvcnt A society event will be tho open ing of the theatrical season at the Kentucky theater this evening when MlM Clara Lipman will appear in The Marriage nf a Star Tho audl cnco wilt 1x a fashionable one and there will bo hex parties and theater parties to see Miss Lipman Mr Joseph L Friedman and Mr John W Kollej wlitvoA box Party Mr Louis Mann 11Iga IJpman husband will arrive todaf to be the guest of Mr Friedman IllsliopHeybiirn Invitations Invltatl6h have been received In Paducah to the wedding breakfast of niisN NatalaAVnthburno Bishop of UtldgoportCoqTnnd Mr John Randolph JteybUrn of this city on Wednesday October 19 At 1230 oclock aV the home of the bridges mother Mr William D Bishop 199 Courtland Hill Bridgeport Mr Keyburn has been connected with the Paducah Traction company for two years Coming hero from St Louis Ho la tho nephew of Mrs David G Murrell and Is popular in social and athletic circles Miss Bishop was the guest of Mrs MurreJ hero last spring and made a delight ful impression Lutheran Club Social The Lutheran Social club will bo entertained Wednesday night at tho club hall by Misses Mary Merger Mario Burch and Mr Henry Schroth All the members aro cordially invited to attend Miss Ruby Rudolph 1MO Broadway loft today Tor Jackson Tenn whore sine will spend ten days visit lug friendsMr Hawkins returned this morning from Illinois after a trip on business Mm Roy Kntlerjohn and HJtte son Frledrlch of Princeton are guests of Mr and Mrs F W Latter John 327 South Fifth street Mr and Mrs1 O M Mouser of Pamgould Ark arc visiting Mrs Housors parents Mr and Mrr J A Holloway DOS Jones street Mrs Robert Lane and Mr and Mrs Thomas WnUon and little daughtor Mario Quid well have returned from a visit to Hopklnsvllle KyFederal Court Clerk Walter S Blackburn returned last night from Marlon Ky- Mr J S Bondurant left today for Hopktnsvlllo on business Mies Estelle Keller of Heath Ky has boon the guest the past week of Mire Ammle Keller of Madison street and of Mrs E W Whltto more of North Sixth street Miss Azllco Reeves nccompanled by hot father and trained nuree returned this morning from Konosba Ws where she has been for two months Miss Reeves Is much Im proved in health and her many friends are pleased to learn that she is able to return iomo Mr S M1 Smith of North Thirteenth street left last night for Oscar to attend the bedside of his nephew who was thrown by a mule and Injured Mr R L Long has returned to his homo in Chicago after a visit to Mr and Mrs Ed Thurman Mr C Farmer has returned to j c h aftJt ttrttr1I44 rttr 1 II LADIESfl j II We have Just received a new Ji i3lot of Bended Pumps that aro =j tJ beautiful Suede Duck and Dull g iIChl Let us show roueItIt iiOEO ROCK SLIDE CO fJJ- g SSI Broadway tf 1 WiYfM1 Akf Yrv Y fl M f1Ae YY 1+Y1 I Murray after spending several days i busInessII returned to Chicago last night after a visit to Mr and Mrs C C Lee I Mr O T Halo has returned to I j Murray after a visit In the city Mr F E Lack left last night fo- ISt Louis on business Mrs Frank Ferrlman left today for Jackson Tenn on business I Mr and Mrs Paul Province have gone to St Louis Nell Harry C21 Madison IIIlss has returned from an extended visit In Denver Pueblo and Colo rado Springs Miss VIrglo MoCawley has returned from Carbondale SupdaySparta III Dr Ragsdale left Sunday for St mediI cal school Il1n DJ Woolen is attending elliIIrs James In St LouisMrs Nora Davis has returned to her home in St Louis after a few days visit with relatives here Senator D W Helm and Geo Schnoman loft Mondays for Spring field to attend tho fair Mrs Blanch Grace and staler Miss Mablo Kllolt left Monday for Chi cago to attend a grand chapter meet IngW I Krone left Sunday for Hop klnsvlllo to assist In tine prosecu tion of night riders Mrs Myrtle Kennedy Is visiting relatives in St Louis Postmaster Ell Smith and wife loft Monday for East St Louis to attend a postmasters convention FISCAL COURT Continued from Page On4 ty Judge Albcn W Barkley and Housholdcr Kuykendall Ross Spit zer and Walston Claims Allowed The following accounts were al lowed Pauper fund Jake Blcder man Grocery cotpnny U Jacob Marks 450 M 1U Clark 9 Lee Potter 250 W ECbChrdn 150Sears Grocery company 3 A W Watkins 7 M Livingston com pany 1982 W IK Jones 1727 F L Gardner Coal company 1302 T N Carton 3265 L W Henne berger company 1315 J W- Eaker 013 J J Blelch Ii0 The Upjohn company 2640 Air Dell 155 W A Thompson 240 Englcrt Bryant 2 Thompson Transfer company U8 lldllie Hopkins 2850 McPhersona drugstore 18GO Matt Eflnger Roth 10 L E YoungU Cen tral Coal Iron company 12050 Paducah Light and Power company 470 Paducah Light and Power company 1962 T N Cartee 60 Road and Bridge FundJ R Thompson 3896 Sanders Brooks 1IiO M Michael Brother 4830 L W Henneberger company 435 County Levy FundlEast Tennes see Telephone company 4 Iadu cnh Homo Telephone and Telegraph company 5 CovIngton Brothers company 490 Jake Blederman Grocery company 405 HarlLock wood company 5 Home of tile Friendless lG F M Kirby company 01 Charles M Leake com pany 20 Ed D Hannan 3 C H Rleko ft Sons 919 Henry A Pet ter 1749 8 E Clay office rent 1250 Sheriff George Houser 47 J W Cartee 12 City National bank 12080 Iaducah Water company 7525 Henry Rouser 24630 Henry Houser 7038 Committee work Magistrate Spit zer G Magistratei Bosstaglat- rate Kuykendall 18 Magistrate Emery 15 Magistrate Walston 15 Mngatrato Blelch lS Magis trate Bennett tuTile Central Coal and Iron company was awarded the contract for furnishing the county coal for one year The bid was 7l cents per bushel The only other bidder was the West Kentucky Coal company whoso bid was S 23 cents Now is the Time To Hiivo Those Full nml Winter Cnimenls Dyed or Cleaned Bring us your Plumes Hats Suits Skirts Waists Etc Wo will restore them to their former brightn- essDEMERTS Model Steam D eVorks109 South Third Street Old Phone 28CR Now Phone 280 q Miss Madeline Dair Of the KliiK System Nom Yo- rkMANICURIST IMLMEIt HOlSE ItAIUIKIl SHOP WANT ADS IE NOTICE TO LODGES AND CHUnCIIKS Hereafter Tho Suns advertising ales for lodges and churches char fly organizations and societies will be the same as to all other adver tisers Also on account of difficul ties in making collections from many of these acounts all publications of this character must be acompanled by the cash A GOOD MULE for sale or trade for mare or colt Old phone 5933 I DIAMONDS on easy payments Eye See Jewelrp Go 315 Broadway callr11111 Karnes Drlck Co VISIT the Market restaurant 123 South Second SALE Cooperage wood IFORper load Now phone 22E8 FOR SALE Ono pony 35 Also two mares J A Glaube- rFORVENTApartment Hecht flats Phone 57- 7lUnISIIED ROOMS for housekeeping 1732 Jefferson street FOR IIENTFurnlabe room with steam heat 502 Washington street AiRWORl Phone 711a Hat tie Dawson ItENTurnlshed rooms with board If desired 421 N 7th FOR RENT Five room cottage Mpdern conveniences 1048 Monroe Phone 725r FOR SALE Double barrel shotgun used twice 800 takes It Apply at this office BEATS THEM ALL on prices Williams Furniture Depot 601 So Third New Phone 981a FOR RENT Apartment In flats COS North Sixth street Gee iRiaw lelghWANTEDYou to bear In mind that Bradley Bros are solo agents for Old Taylor Coal UMBRELLAS covered while you 3153231Droadway FOR SALE Folding bed1 In Al condition 223 North Ninth Old phone 738 t FOIL SALEFine young black fosservice Jake Blederraan Gro Co FOR SALE Small grocery and I meat shop Good location Address I S Care Suu LOST Red muley cow with white I streak on tip Return to Pearl Grinn parek WANTEDTo purchase n second hand heating stove and wardrobe Address NB Care Sun NURSE WANTED Settled colored woman to nurse Phono1 at onto old phono 13GQ WANTED ocks and all kinds Jewelry and umbrellas to repair Starr Doll 429 Jefferson I ATEOWhlto girl or woman j to help do light house work Call at1 42G South Third street I I YOU SAVE time ana money when you eat your lunch at the Market I restaurant 123 South Second C W Page Manager YOUR LACE curtains need clean- Ing You will make no mistake In L3undr1Phono FOR IIENTTwosstory house Iflrstclass condition modern conve niences centrally located Address Elad care Suu I WE WASH lace curtains very carefully Get them cleaner and whiter than you could at home Star Laua dry Phone 200 S II HOSTEN Dyeing pressing renovating French dry cleaning Work called for and delivered Club JlOO per month Old phone 338a WANTED You to give Old lay lot Coal a trial We guarantee to pleaso you Bradley Bros 339 both phones WANTEDTo I t turnlshfour um brella with a new cover or handle W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad wayLOSTBrlndlo bull puppy about seven months old short tall long oars license tag 395 Return to CIS Broadway and receive reward TALKING PARROTS Imported singing canaries and young parrots on sale for few days onlji Guar anteed W B McDanlcl 323 Broadway Konotzkas new Jewelry store RAILWAY clerks wanted Padu cah examinations November 12th 800 to 1000 Preparation free Write Immediately FrankMn Insti tute Dopt 113U Rochester N Y- 1VANTEDHnts to clean Gents suits pressed 40c alts steam cleaned or dry cleaned frpm 125 andlPressing WE STARCH lace curtains Just the degree of stiffness that makes them hang nicely and dry them upon frames that make them square and stretch them smooth and oven Star Laundry Phone too WANTED You to remember when placing your order for coal that Old Taylor Coal Is by test the best and at the same price of the other Inferior coals sold on tho Pa- ducah market LADIES learn hairdressing Its easy Good field for our graduates II Qur scholarship includes tools In structions demonstrations examina lIons and diplomas Positions watt thoroughlyIinfree Motor College St Louis Mo j r IT IS School Book Time I andIWILSONSBOOK j is the Right Place to Buy You can get anybooks needed you get moro pencils than I InkIyou get bigger tablet values I and you get a square deal In every transaction A special sale of Sheet Music Is now on and wo offer the Standard Classics at Cc n copy These sold heretofore at 25c I I DeEa WILSON 313 Broadway FOR RENTPianos Phone 735r or lOlOr old phono TItAP DRUMMERS forcheap 400 South Third FOR SAhilFbldingted gas stove sectional boottcaso and other household furniture lId phone 7G5 FOR SALE Four burner and oven gas stove 3 Sideboard fl50 Old phone 1480 AUTOMOBILEKjQrjiEaFe h aiFlanders 20 HpfSiitt been run 200 miler Calll Dr EJ Farley Phones 131- 5AGETS WANTED to tell land in a successful Amcrlctqi Colony In Cuba Liberal Commission Ex ceptional opportunltfforlivv active men For pirtltulara address Cuban Land Steamthlp tompany No 32 Broadway New York City Skelton baggage and delivery service does general hauling of all kinds Delivers parcels transfers trunks to trains and boats motes haullIla MIlaABLE BODIKp ores wanted for tho U S Marino Corps lbetween the ages or 19and 35 Must be native born or have drat papofs Monthly pay tO to 09 Additional compens atlon possible Food clothing quarters and medical attendance tree After 30 years service scan retire with 75 per cent of pay anti allow ance Service on board trhlp and athore In all parts of the world Apply at U S Marine Corps Recruiting Office Postofflce building Paducah Ky i FINE NEW AUTOMOBILE TIRESI cheap not trnst tiiade gdods Save you 50 per centtbntlroeost Any style bead 8xrlLt2iO 30x3 H3Ni 30x3u YgO32x3Sh 1890 34x4tf 19Gb30x4 2170 31x4 jfti 32x4 Z90- 34x42680 34s4fe 3170 Dun lops 15 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent less than standard prices No phoddy goodE prompt ihlp ment C 0 D aRoylnK cxnmlna tlon C per cent discount for cub with order Geyer Sales Co Dayton Ohio Card of Tlianks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for tho many acts of kindness and also for tho many floral oitorIivgp May Gods richest blessingsalways be with you GEORGE ROBERT JtmtofIjWoVngers for the beautiful floral 1 MR AND MRS WM ST 1rs IP irs ONLY A nr nrinWhy Cornollsons IIunHaoheTlvcr tilts will rurn that 10 cents Quarnnteiil by nil druggists Knights of Columbus All member aro requested to at tend raeetlngWednedaj night im portant matters to be considered ED D HANNAX Grand Knight DR I B HOWELL t DENTIST Columbia thug Phone 221 t TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED Cull Old Phono 818r- TYPEWR1TIJII RIBBONS SKCONI HAND TYPK WRITERS FOR SALE EYE SEE JEWelRY OPTICAL C- S23 Broadway J I1 wV- er Rt+ d TIm PADUCAH EVENING SUN nrTUh DtY OCTOHKH L r T LI I i Anyone QanLay Roofing A hammer and knife tho only tools neces f nary Complete instructions fully mU9tratpacked in each roll And they are so simplo ulat anyone can produce n perfectly watertight roof Special 1 gnlvonlzEd nails avoid the necessity of unsight headedjy kh quickly rust and cause leaks JM ReGAL HOOFING when properly applied will outwear any other roofing of its class and it gives the best roof at tho lowest cost JM REGAL ROoriNG is the outcomo of more than 50 years experience in manufacturing roofing materials It represents the result of a half century of experience and a constaht endeavor to produce a really high grate rooting at a low grade price While not the lowest in cost It cuntsina more real ralae than nny other manufacturer can produce for the price Tho brio of JM REGAL ROOFING In genuine JM TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT the most durable waterproofing material known As Trinidad Lake Asphalt has been used for 80 years for street paving it is well adapted for rooftpg where the conditions am farless severe Call and examine this roofinglet us give you samples and interesting booklet of informatio- nHtnTIocIi11OOD Con IwrorpnnrA t- f I J27 S 3d Plionca SSt I t I STRIKE BREAKERS i VALK orT AXI QtHBX AXD I CltKKCKNT CltllPLKI Deputy Uullrd Slntes Marshals Are Jluslird to Meridian to Pre I tlolenceI Meridian Miss Oct 4It is how reported on what ts considered to be good authority that 19 strtk breakers hare quit their Jobs In the past fortyeight hours and the con I gestion of freight consigned to points on the New Orleans and Northern tho Alabama and Ylleks burg and the Vlek burg Shreveport und Pacific roads Is giving company officials serious trouble It Is said a majority of the then employed in places of the striking clerks are novices in some Instances it taking as many as eight men to do the work r of one regular clerk This 1 is said to be the cse with the position of receiving clerk 4 A number of deputy United States marshals have been sent to Meridian to ECO that there Is lio violation of I Ithe recently granted injunction which to the people of Meridian teems to be an Ainnecosary precaution OB the clerks hero nave con ducted themselves In an orderly manner having no Idea of violating the courts order in the slightest manner So far as known there has not X11 t tFLORAL DESIGNS The last remembrance t to a departed friendshould be the very best you can s get You will be suited if v J you place your order with a i 3e5BOcalT Kyi I 620 Broadway Both Phones 308 or 107 i J Nero Fiddled While JI1 II Rome Was Burning I t Criminal Indifference you ButVhowVh5fyou are doing every day- equk have read these adver- tiseNthis AixL WElL J CO Fire Insurance Agency r for a year or more telling you that you ought to know all about tho company that carries your fire insurance but have you done anything about it Many have but the majority of policyholders have done nothing about the selec tion of a company They are still fiddling In tho history of fire In surance In America a large majority of the fire Insurance companies organized have failed or retired from business i To bo insured In com panted like Wells that have e been In business n hundred years and will be in business a hundred years from now costs no more than to be in sured Jn ono that may go out of business next week A L WEIL CO Htk nay w IciUucelZf 11N T 1If w r7ti n boon a single violation of any law In Meridian by the striking clerks since they left their docks A0 an Instance of the trouble the railroad officials are experiencing In handling the freight blockade It Is said It took 18 hours to locate a carload of meat lost In the yards It Is also eaid a number of way hlHs have boon lost and carloads of freight cant be touched All these reports are stoutly dented by the officials who perrfst in declaring tbat everything is fast aswmlng normal conditions In the face of theta statements however It Is learned from Marldian wholesale merchants that they have much freight tied up in the yards that the company Is unable to handleIt I stated on good authority that clerks in this city employed by other railroad companies are seriously con ildoring walking out In sympathy with the strikers Mosquito Poisoning Tho pestiferous mosquito Is hold log high carnival In the city nightly neither screen nor bar excludes him from the bedchamber he seems to permeate the cracks and crevices and sing his nocturnal lullabies till we are exhausted and lorn consciousness In sleep when he gives us a hypodermic Injection of malaria and other diseases according to his venom from these conditions there is noes cape oil on ponds and gutters now will not save us from this disease breeding and death dealing monster but it Is a pleasure to know that while Hays Specific will not eavo us from these conditions It will euro us of these poisons by purifying the blood and removing the cause for Oillls and fever 0 Small Fire Yesterday Fire caught tho residence of Frank Hill 925 North Sixth street yesterday afternoon but was extin guished by hose company No 3 and truck company No 4 before damage of any consequence Was done The fire caught on the roof Yesterday a fluo fire resulted In an alarm at the residence of Mrs Oli ver 907 Clay street Hose com pany No 3 extinguished the blaze In a few minutes with only a few dollars loss resulting Food reeults always follow the use of Foley Kidney Pills They contain Just the Ingredients necessary i tone strengthen and regulate the kl nets and bladder and to cure beck ache Gllberts drug store City Jailers Report September was an average month with City Jailer James Clark Dur- Ing the month he fed 2883 meals which is three more meals than were fed during September 1909 DYSPEPSIAHaving rats for three months and being entirely cured of stomach catarrh and I think a word of praise Is due compositioncalled remedies but without avail and I daythana year James JIcGunc loS Mercer St Jersey City N J GoodDoGripeJOcDine tablet itampedCCC Guaranteed to cure or your money back 919 rGRAY HAIRS BANISHED- The old Idea of using sage for darken Inc the hair is again coming in vogue Our grandmothers used to have dark glossy lair at the ago of seventyfire while our mothers have white hair before they lire fifty Our grandmothers used to males a Mane tea and apply It to their hair The tea made their hair soft and glossy and gradually restored the natyral color One objection to using such a preparation was the trouble of making it especially as it had to be made every two or three days on account llubfpnspy firstclass druggist for Wyctlis Sage and Sulphur the public can get a su perior pnparntlon of sago with the ads mixture of sulphur another valuable rem edy for hair and scalp troubles Dally uw of this preparation will not only quickly renlore the color of the hair but will also stop the hair from falling out and make it grew It IIs sold by all druggists for fiOc and 210a bottle or ItI sent dlrCt by the Wyeth Chemical Company 74 Cortlandt St New York City upon receipt of price For sale and recommended by W J Gilbert SEVERE DECLINE MARKS THE WEEK GltVIX VALlKS 1 IUI ALL ALONG TIIK MXB I Absence of Demand Onuses Break lu- tVheatPoorI Tnulo In Flour HIGHER TRICKS UVMKRLY I Chicago Oct Jraln values suffered a severe decline all along the line last week At tho close of tho week September wheat was 3IJ cents lower than at tho close of tho previous week December declined 394 cents and May waa 3 cents lowor Tho market wont along in pretty much of a rut during tho early belpgIstnlck other months woro about 2 cents t Almost complete absence of demand for cash wheat here extreme weakness In the markets Northwest and had declines in corn and oats all contributed to the break In wheat Prices declined Into now ground after which tho downward pace Increased In rapidityI One of the weak features was tho poor trade In flour The Northwestern I weakness resulted principally from rHlngby country longs These not only told out futures that had been brought during tho crop scare ex cltoment In North Dakota but also told out stored wheat tooth In country and Minneapolis elevators I Echo of Crop Scare I IAn echo of tho North Dakota crop scare of July and AuguKt was seen In the weak markets both hero and In the Northwest At that time North Dakota farmers and mer chants not only held to their grain crops hut also bought futures at Minneapolis and laid In n years supply of flour Tho result was a big boom In prices In the Northwest that section going to a far higher level than any other part of the country Despite the great import anco of the Northwest as a spring wheat producer North Dakota being the moat important of all the spring wheat states the damaged section makes but a small patch on tho wheat field of the world Its markets have now been engulfed by the weakness resulting from overproduction In all other countries of the world France alono excepted i It frequently happens that some thing turns up to help tho grain markets when all the surface lady cations look hopeless Conservative grain men who have watched the effect of the Inflation of grain values do not take this view They believe that the underlying weakness of the situation is too deepseated to be readily cured The Importing coun ties of the world have taken such measures to protest themselves against a repetition of the holdup prices of the last few years that the exporting countries now have a very small field In which to do business New crop Argentine wheat harvest Ing of which will begin In the next six or eight weeks is already being offered in large quantities to arrive tin the European markets It Is com Ing in competition with lowpriced Russian Danubian Manitoba and Australian wheat and there appears to be poor prospect for marketing UniteddStates has to sell- Legitimate Influences Legitimate Influences just at the present time do not encourage the believer In higher prices Except for the fact that the wheat orop of the I lastIyear the situation would be a really alarming one in so far as our ex port trade Is concerned The fns growing selfconceit and com Placency of tho American grain trade is remarkable It shows the deep Impress on popular sentiment that has been made by the claims mostly emanating originally from tho boomto ers that States is nearing tho point where it can consume its own wheat production The high price levels of recent years how ever has ehown that Europe can be Independent of us eonfethlng unbelievable ten years ago The American grain dealer Is still toying with high prices while other coun tries are delivering the goods Worse abroadlagalnsthlKh Europe and there Is now a prospect that the Import duty of 25 cents per bushel on wheat may he Inadequate to keep our noxtdoor neighbor and competitor from turning her surplus this way In fact there is but G cents of the protection left and Canadian millers are still cutting flour prices The size of the Flusslan wheat crop Is etlll a mooted question Even the early applicable tostrthe actual marketing la somewhat at fault as Russia Is still shipping some of her old crop wheat along with tho new Nothing positive regarding tho size of the Russian wheat crop will be generally accepted until there has been a longtime run either of light or of heavy shipments The Danu bian shipments appear to he on time wane but they are still far ahead of anything In recetil years Mondays Market Dull I Mondays wheat market was a dull affair Slight not tones were shown The tone early WAS strong J 5 AX KV SKIN JIUALKU No Doubt AlMint Poslums rover to Kill Herm Life In any bacterial Infection of tho skin poslam the new skin remedy shows Its power to nnlhllato germ life 0 y stopping the Itching at once and causing the trouble to quickly disappear Poslam acts In this man norn any surface skin disease In eluding all eczemas salt rheum skin scale sevenyear Itch psoriasis barbors Itch nnd similar troubles Every day brings records of remarkable cures exceeding all claims made for It For sixteen months I suffered with eczema writes Mr W Noeman Elmira Ont xpont two months In a hospital tried everything known with little or no effect On December 29 I procured poslam and am happy to say that on January 7th 9 days later I am perfect ly healed my stein Is as clear as a I babysIn minor skin affections such na pimples red noses complexion flemishes rash scalp scales Itching poslnmIwlllt overnight Poslam Is roM In two sizes trial GO cents regular Jars J2 by all druggists particularly Gilberts and no W Walker Cos For a free sample write to the Emergency Laboratories 32 West Twentyfifth street New York City but the market gradually drifted from dullness to weakness The com paratively strong showing early was due to covering by some of Saturdays short tellers who ware in a measure affected by the cold wrath er bulge In corn All wants how were speedily supplied no new lover appeared tho early buyers to reroll and the market closed weak There were Indications during the latter part of tho session that LIchstcrn was beginning to soil wheat quietly through a number of commission houses The Armour brokers weroaellln from time to time in a moderate way Wheat broke out of the nit In which It had been running for sev eral weeks and headed decidedlyI downward on Tuesday detvlte Im portant covering by a largo and ins fluential short Quite a formidable array of depressing Influences presented themselves during tho day The most effective of these wu the big accumulation of rupHea In all directions with no apparent offset ting improvement In demand j On Wednesday although wheat Evening Daily Markets WV J4 LOCAL PHODUCE a 0Corrected dally tbt Woolfolk Bowers Co i tEggs dozen o 19c Spring Chickens pound12cfe- ns pound Butter packing stock 15o LIVESTOCK 5 1 LoulsvHle Ky Oct 4That there are plenty of cattle In tho country was evidenced by tho fact that tho receipts in the local market amount ed to 3400 head as against 34571 a week ago f OS9 a year ego and 4113 two years ago and all other markets reported liberal runs with lower prices In style Thero was a pretty good attendance of local traders and buyerstbut with tho trade all over the country more or less depressed on ac count of the liberal receipts and a slack beef demand salesmen had an uphill job on their hands Trading was dull and prices wero In almost all Instances lower The best butcher cattle that is prime to fancy quality sold barely steady at lOSlSc lower while medium and common kinds particularly medium steers and hel fers wero In abundance and suffered a decline of 1G026c from the close of the week Good healthy trado for the best breeders and stockers at barely Alo Inanndcomtnanograd dium l wero hard to move and 152Gc off Com mon light trashy stock cattle ex dull The best bulls were about steady Common bulls and canners lower Mulch cows slow Not man y heavy steers here but tho trado was dull on that clats The tens were not cleared entirely at the close and Indications point toward an unsatisfactory market tho remainder of the week Calves Receipts 2C4 quality common demand poor and prices lower Dulk of the bet 78c medium C0 7c culle and common 2GcHoes Receipts 2783 head The market opened 5c higher on all but pigs but finished weak with prospects low or Selected heavy hogs 220 tt a and up selling at 880 120 to 220 lbs 9phs 801850 roughs 8 down Tho pens were pretty well I cleared Sliecp and Lambs Receipts 7G7 The quality was very common and the demand liar row the market dull aDtc draggy Best fat sheep 3c down l common ty was weak early and popular senti ment bearish the market won stub born and wellI supported at a alight decline In prices As heretofore tho trade was of limned volume Thorn wee a great deal of covering by shorts which accounted for a 10el1Therowheat values here which probably helped the futures a little Show of Strength On Thursday despite time fact that December wheat at the low point was 14 VI cents lower than the high point reached In August It was about S cents higher than tho low point reached last June At that time December wheat sold down to SSI cents and May sold to 91 cents Doth have since sold nt 110 s and 115 respectively The low points wore 90Jt cents and 102H Wheat took on a show of strength early In Fridays session but weak tress again became apparent toward the close Business continued of a substantial volume Winnipeg showed considerable strength end Liverpool showed less weakness than had boon expected The statistical news was a little more favorable to holders and a contingent of local bulls made a fairly vigorous fight for higher prices The buying how over was not sustained to offset tho increasing sales of wheat on each advance Corn Takes Drop Corn was strong during the early half of tho week on fears of frost but with the return of ideal curing weather throughout the corn bolt the bottom dropped out of tho market despite the fact that an enormous export business was done A modest dochne scored In tho price of tho carh grain brought on tho export tall Actual sales on Thursday wore SOOOOO bushels of which over 5000000 bushels was old corn for prompt shipment Despite the breaks In corn price there wero further largo offerings of corn from the country and now corn was being offered for December thtyment Local shippers claimed that all the corn In private elevators hero hat been cold to go out September remit last week declined 314 cents December waa 2 K cents lower and Slay 2 i cents lower Oats made a little show of firmness early In tho week helped along by the strength In corn but when torn prices slumped off oats followed suitTho j I IsII 7tJtXSXtlfk IIThe Suns I 0Hlc ceptionally sheep hard to sell at IGlHc Drat lambs 55Hc butchers 4QG calls 34c Nothing doing In the took owo trade St LnuIaCatUcnecolptJJ 10 000 market steady to lOc I ower native beef steers 5600790 calres In carload lots G8GO Hogs Receipt 3500 market weak pigs and lights 8GOtf 925 packers 5910 butchers and best heavy S75920 Sheep Receipts 2000 market steady native mutons 39V 0445 Jambs 5liO 0 GG5 TOBACCO MAHKBTS Louisville Ky Oct 4Intcrost of the tobacco trade continued to cantor on developments In connection with the 1909 burley pool and the thl8Ibegin telling the 1909 pool In mall lots at auction on October G If there Is no private sale ot the pool In the meantime It appears that only 38123 acres of the 1910 crop have been pooled whereas ICO 000 acres has been the mark set to assure success of tho pool It remains to bo soon whether the decision to auction off the 1909 pool will result In grow ers Joining the 19I01 pool Tho feature of tho movement on the local breaks this week was tho appearance of eight hogsheads of the 1910 crop of burley Tho quality of tho now burley was fairly good The tobacco was well matured and In good condition especially so for lift sales of a crop Prices wero consid ered fairly high and on a level with first sales last year quality consid credoThe rango fn prices was from 950 to 1425 Old burloy came on the breaks to tho extent of G7 hogsheads Although there wore a few hogshead of very desirable bright tobacco tho quality as a rule was only fair The market was a trine slow at times and prices developed Irregularity with an easier feeling for low grades Aircured tobacco made up most of the 431 hogsheads of dark Outttldo pukes continued to rule for extra long rehandllng leaf while prices a few bids lower marked tho transac tions in other grades of aircured leaf Firmness was In evidence for lugs There wero a few hogsheads of hard sweated and badly fermented fired leaf and lugs offered which considering quality and condition brought good price Weather conditions have remained favorable for harvesting the crop and for promoting growth of the late planted crop Reports reaching the local trade concerning the quality of the new crop have been encouraging Estlmatoi ore that practically r thee I Wesson Snowdrift Oil pas llul IniUiuUe wnulMng ttttlch ronilU Suits cli end tltguttc Aaa aid iftuing II glvp tIlDosll Juiinctfrf and tuffrior mulls At a tlotlenlng II sur pates Iud Andarils I t your looJ t pure hullKlul reptG6te oil liuluJ ol InJigtitiUl animal till For trying II tquili the linttl Jnttf butler endcook s iWoujklj without hffilng the article with prose No miller Low you use Wtuon SnowJrih 01 It conliiVulri piquancy cl flavor t rclitli lotjii pftlile anda UntlicUL liulilJul Indutnu which hit nmr Wen ilulntJ In anyr household irtlcle It till iniplrj many ImlUUoni which hops IIs prdilbyompenualinpthspurdmier Always uDl especially tar Wean SnowJrill Oil Male by TilE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO New Savannah New Orleanst Chicago Anewttst rI mdtfillta5iwentire dark crop line been cut andfl housed land that about 85 per cent 110 pf tho burley and Green river crops has been cut and housed Auction sales for the week wore SOS hogsheads and private saleI 107 Ci the total of GIG hogsheads compar Ing with 274s In tho corresponding week last year and 917 In 19 OS lIns Sales Included S hogsheads of tho 19 1 0 burley crop and S hogsheads of of the 1910 dark crop making Kilos of now crop to date 10 hogshead bur Icy1 and 100 hogsheads dark To this I dato a year ago 42 hogsheads of now burloy had been sold and no dark Hccclpte for this week wore 442 hogv heads against SC7 In he corresponding week last year and 341 In 1909 Rejections were 28 per cent of sales by auction against 24 tar cent last year and 2S item cent In 19VS According to the monthly report S of Helm Glover secretary of tho I Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange tho sales for the inonth of September were 25S4 hogshoada 1777 at ClUe tlon and 607 privately against 7 725 In ho corresponding month hart year 3307 la 1908 and L329 In 1907 For the nine months ended with September roles wore SO 04 3 hogsheads against 64212 In 1909 90SCS In 1908 and 9C2C4 In 1907 Sales for September included lOt to hogsheads of 1910 burley 267 of the burloy crop and 33 old crops hogsheads of the 1910 dark crop N 2080 of the 1909 crop and 794 old crops There was a dcoream Irr clocks of 4 hogsheads In September re polptfl being 1436 hogsheads and de liveries 2 110 In the same month years receipts wore 3700 mid deliveries 2198 Stocks at the close tho month woro 11112 hogsheads against 17830 a year ago and 22 998 In 1 OS Untold stocks were 8 911 hogsheads againstv 13396 loll II year and 174C8 In 1905 Unsold stocks consisted of 218 bggeheadsI burley C1S9 Green river and 2114 dark lag t year unsold tock was made up of 1234 burley 5728 dark and C434 darkIalt IlHnlnI All This Is quoted from a lloiter of M loch 11 Hannibal Mo J recentI- Y used OleYtf Honey and Tar for first time To say I am pleased door not half exprot my feeling It beats all the remedies I ever used I contracted a bad cold and won throat nand with pneumonia Tho first shore gave mo groat relief and one tattleacompletely cured me Contains no opiates Gilbert drug store t A man who stutters may bo abjo conceal her age after that she begins to brag about It 0 KSTAUMSIIii 1871 THE CITY NATIONAL BANK rAIHTAH KKXTCCKV UXITKI STATUS IlBlOSITOIlV Capital Surplus and Undivided l rontoo 400000tShareholders Hesponslblllty 200000 Total Responsibility to Depositors tIGJ 0 UTTEUI1ACK Cashier G U IIICHARUSOV Asst Catblcn1- YTKHK8T 1AII OV TIME DKIOSITS- PIUKCTOILS A K AXsrAnunt s iL IIUOHICS H A Iowujit j ih ruiiiS- IAX J C fTTKUILltK DIt J h llHOOKH lUtCI OWEN a TIME TABLE 4 Ferry Boat G W Robertson Leave Paducah for Owen Landing at r 600 am 1iLeave Paducah for Owens Landing at 845 am Leave Paducah for Owen Landing at 200 pm Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 0 530 pm Leave Paducah for Droekport at roOam Leavo Paducah for Drookport at 1200 BOOB Leave Paducah for DroeUport at 416pm Leave Paducah for Livingston Point at a 45am y Leave Paducah for Livingston Point at 300 p m Tables furnished for urd parties on application All afternoon ride for Ladles and Children for 10 eenbe A Twenty Mlle JUdo for 10 cents JOHN E ROLLINS Muter I I W V 1AXTOX It IIUDV P IFIlYIUIt- Trcsldent Cashier Assistant Cashier CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK Incorporated r jL Third and Braadwnjr Stale Dcposllsry Capltllloooo oo 100000 Surplus 0 60000 Stockholders Liability 100000 41 t Total Security to Depositors 250000 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OIKV SATUIIDAV NIGHTS FROM 7 TO 8 OCLOCK J E Dg BANNAN 810 Kentucky AvellI The Plumber r q We are now located in our new Home opposite the new lire station b ll- w h- c taM tarlfc r 9D1 otrrrotl tt Ay- M f Tim PAtTJdAYY ETOTCtfG SUN r PACHB SEVEN t IT LOUIS AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET COMPANY Incorporated EXCURSION TENNESSEE IWEIt Steamer Clydo ovary Wednesday at 6pmS- teamer Kentucky every Saturday at E p m V Only 1800 for the round trip of five days Visit the Military National Park at Plttsburg Landing For any other Information apply to tho PADUCAH WHARFBOAT CO Agents JAMES KOGER Supt Ticket Office City Office I Broadway DEPOTS lUll 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Louisville Cincinnati east 610 pi Uphla N Orleans south lUpmidphls N Orleans aoutn ll9QaM- ayneld and Fultonr FlpaCairo Fulton Mayneld 10 800 pc11 t pctPD1trJncetoaCairo St Lout Chicago 736 ar Cairo St Louts Chicago StOOp Vetllt Carbdale St L11OOac fcUtlls Carbdalo St L 126 pr t Leave Padeeah booltrflU Cincinnati eulHltaat Loulnmn 760 an t Louisville Cincinnati ast 1125 at t Uphls N Orleans south 267 at Mpbls N Orleans south r 15pt Mayneld and Fulton 420 pt Mayneld Fulton Cairo 30ai Princeton and Evllle 133 at Princeton and Evllte1126 an Princeton and Hopvllln 40pn Cairo St Louis Chicago I lOaD t Cairo St Louis Chicago 20pn Mttlls Carbdale St L 940 an Ktllla Carbdal St Lr 420911 f V DONOVAN Agt City OllcI 1 K X PEArlIER Ant Unloa Depot t I b k I 0 EXCURSION BULLETIN Louisville KyOrand lodge of Masons Round trip GOO goodtt returning Cincinnati OUobernl as sembly Episcopal church Round trip S 1090 October 3 4 G 6 and 10 good return- Ing October 30 i Topeka KaerConvention t Disciples of Christ Round trip 2120 October 814 Inclu sive good returning until October 20- Cincinnati OVohlcte and Implement Dealers assocla tion Round trip 1090 October 22 23 and 24 good re turning until October 31 Lexington Ky Races Meeting of Trotting Horse and is Breeders association Round trip 930 October 3d to IGth Inclusive good returning until October 18- Louisville Ky Woodmen f of tho Workl two special trains will lonvo Paducah Sit ItOctober 22 lid one at 200 p m and another at H50 pl m Iaro for the round trip 250 Tickets will only be honored on special trains returning leaving Iiulsvllto October 23rd nt 1030 prm and 1100 p m J T DONOVAN Agent Paducah Ky R M PRATHER T A Union Depot I r n I fJRincfL and the OanWITH SOME INCIDENTAL RELATION TO THE WOMAN JBu Cyrus Townsend Brady I Illustrations bo Dearborn Melolll CbpfrtjU UH alYoatruaoC- HAPTER XVIII Something to Live Up To Gormly was usually an early riser but on tho morning before election day ho slept until an unprecedentedly late hour Ho was utterly worn out with the strain of tho campaign ariy way and tho occurrences of this last night had almost prostrated him There was ordinarily nothing much to be done on the next day the Monday preceding election day One nnalI meeting was scheduled for Monday night and that was all It was perhaps nine oclock when he woko up Ho was soon bathed and dressed Ho had signaled as was his custom at the proper time for the serving of his simple breakfast It was ready for him when he entered the dining room Somes was there In attendance as usual A pile of morning papers lay on the buffet Gormly made a step toward them but checked himself Why he thought should I spoil my breakfast by reading whit the newspapers have to say on the Im portant subject of my confession The news will keep Let mo at least eat In peaceIlcg pardon sir began Somes deferentially but arent you going to look over the papers sir before you eatr No thank you Somes I can guess pretty well what they will say But Some was unusually per slstent as well as greatly agitated He had been up early and had read every scrap In every paper I I hope youll excuse me Mr Gorm ly sir ho began but I really think Itll add to your appetite If you will at least look over The Planet sir Oormly shook his bead and frowned It little That will do Homes he said somewhat shortly 1 will see the pa+ pen later After this somewhat peremptory remark the man naturally subsided though his Interest and excitement were plainly visible in his nervousI movements He was usually tho most delightfully cool and Imperturbable ofr attendantsYou tate this thing s greatly to heart Somes said Gorraly at last Indeed sir returned tho man were all so set on having you elected and other things sir that What he was going to say remainedI unsaid for with that delightful Ope portuneness which can easily be com passed by chroniclers of such vera cious tales I now am pleased to record that tho boll of tho door of the upartmcnt cut across the further revelations of Some with a loud clear ring- See who It Iis Somes said Gormly IndifferentlyIts ringing all morning sir said tha man turning to leave tho room Theres been the greater crowd of people hero reporters andI newspaper men and Mr Watson an- a I number of gentlemen who aro cam paigning for you and tho streets packed with people outside too Is my friend do chief of police there T- No sir But theres a squad of of fleets under a sergeant and theyre making people that havent any bust aaafl goonl- voll see who It Is this time said Sormly nu the bell rang again Some was back In a few minutes Its the janitor sir Ho says the reception room down stairs and theI balls filled with peoplo asking to seet you lie says the tenants of tbo build ing cant get In or out and be wants to know what to do Gormly glanced at theclock It was half past nine Tell them that I will see them all at the store in the auditorium at half past ten he replied Tell them its useless to wait hero now that I cant see anybody at present Gormly heaved a deep sIgh as he finished his breakfast Well hoI thought I havo to taco them end per hops the sooner tho bettor Now for the papers lIe looked around for Somes but that functionary had not yet appeared He pushed back his chair rose walked I over to the buffet and picked up the first ono Somes had been careful to see that the top of the pile and thoj place of honor was occupied by ThoI New York Planet From the headliner Gormly saw as ho supposed heI would that his letter and the accom panying story covered the entire first page Ho had scarcely glanced nt it when Somes reentered tho room ift posslblo In greater agitation than ever Dcg pardon sir he began hisI usual method of address i Well what la IU i Theres two people In the drawing room asking to seo you nut I thought I gave you ordersI not to admit anybody to toll everybody that I would see them at thoI auditorium In tho store at halfpast ten es sir you did sir nut I couldnt very well keep theso people out Tell them I DID busy said Gorm OUSjcallersIj j c 1 I fl 1 U IJfei pardon sir said Somes again but really Mr Oormly It youll excuse me sir this presump tlon you must see thorn Are you mad 1 asked Gormly Nearly er answered tho vnlcti truthfullyGormly looked at him curiously Thoro was so much excitement and nervousness in the mans manner and yet It seemed to be a rather cheerful excitement too that It seemed to presage something of importance At any rate after a moments reflection the merchant decided from the strangeness of the situation that he would see the people mentioned As Oormly entered the sunny cheer ful drawing room the occupants rose to greet him One was young hat dane the other was his sister Hal dano was Intensely excited Ho rushed at Gormly with the enthusiasm of a boy grasped his hand and wrung It franticallyIts right he shouted Its turned out bettor than anybody could have expected Its killed the opposi thou dead Everybody Is for you now Gormly heard him as In a dream Ho allowed him to shake his hand as he might havo shaken a pump handle could that ancient and useful article have been found In New York He was looking with all his soul In his glance at Eleanor Haldano who had not come forward but stood by tho chair in which she had sat her hands tightly clasping the low back of It Tho color that had flooded her face when sho first saw him had subsided almost as quickly as it had como She was very palo and trembling Thoughts strange bewildering rushed through Gormlys mind What could Miss Haldane bo doing there What did she want1 Why had she como Sho had heard of the Incl Then at Last He Understood Ident Ho remembered that her brother had taken hoc one copy of his let 4ter leaf night What did her prey ence meant tr I Just came down here continued lyounR Haldano to tell you these things to relieve your anxiety and to bring Eleanor She wanted to see you about well you know about what of course andOf Gormly did not know at all but he nodded vaguely Of course by this time youve read all about it in The Planet That old miner came In like a scene in a play It was perfectly splendid and I sup pose ho looked meaningly at his sis ter his glance calling tho color once more to her cheek that you have road tho other communication which Is scarcely less Important Gormly stared at him in utter amazement I must say ho continued rats istyoudare you are strative about it Mr Gormly interposed tho wom an I dont believe that you haTe read the morning papers Not yet Miss Haldane Ohl cried the girl in great dls mayfly Jove exclaimed the young man to think of Itt I should have had tho first copy from the press brought to me it I had been in your place Well then Ill tell you the whole story Or youve got it in The Planet and you can read It yourself Well excuse you while you glance over it wont we slsT I dont understand said Gormly lifting the paper slowly lIe had not yet taken his eyes off Miss Haldane On second thought said the young man I guess Eleanor had bet ter tell you herself It youll excuse me you two for a few moments Ill go Into the library- LlvtngstoneiI cried the girl Im ploringly but her brother only laughed as bo left the room carefully clpslng the door behind him What is it that I am to be told stellIpaper Miss Haldano was In a dilemma She had been surprised when ho bad entered the room that Gormly had not greeted her differently Her post lion was n tremendously difficult one at best and his failure to read the paper had rendered it almost insup portableI I she faltered at last that I had bettor go You can sea me later In tho tiny and No said Gormly resolutely you must not go yet You came down hero for some purpose That fact that I have not read the papers seems to have affected you strangely It you will give mo five minutes I can lookI them ovqr and perhaps obtain some oluo to your conduct but I would rather you would tell me what It do what you were golng to do say what you wero going to say when canto In than try to find out from newspapersDont want to hear what they say about you IjI had rather hear what you have Y ikea 8flytjsifis ja lla9 jtoiw r1 e 0s e I TRY THIS HOMKM1H COUGH IIKMKDV Costs Little Jlut IhMg Iho Work Qulrkly or Motley llcfimdcri a a e e e I Mix one pint of granulated sugar with h pint of warm water and stir for 2 minutes Put 26 ounces of Plnex fifty cents worth In a pint bottle then add tho Sugar Syrup Take a teaspoon ful every one two or threo hours I You will find that this simple remedy takes hold of a cough more quickly than anything elso you over used Usually ends a deepseated of cough Inside of 21 hours Splendid too for whooping cough chest pains I bronchitis and other throat troubles It stimulates the appetite and Is slightly laxative which helps end n I coughThis recipe makes moro and bet buyTrendymndofectly and tastes pleasant I Plnex is tho most valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract and l10 rich In gulalcol and all the natural pine elements which are to healing to the mom brnnes Other preparations will not work in this formulaI This plan of making cough syrup with Plnex and Sugar Syrup or popuIlar Canada that It is often imitated But the old successful formula has never been equalled I A guarantee of absolute satlsfnc lion or mono promptly refundedJjI goes with this recipe Your druggist has Pinex or will get it for you If not tend to The Plnex Co FtJWayne Ind and T want to tell jotulist ofoll what comfort what pride what satisfac tion I tako In your presence here I know you read tho miserable story Your brother had my permission to tell It to you last night if you were awakeI awake and waiting for him Your Interest does me much hon or continued tho man and that you have come to me now this morning is as I say the greatest thing that could happen to me I dont really care nowI what the world thinks You have given me evidence enough that you still respect me You dont know all the evidence I yet said the woman faintly She forced herself to look at him It she had consulted her Inclinations she Wouldolav + run away but that coM not be YContinued In Next Issue piLBStt PIIJI riLES Williams mcun rile Ointment will cure Blind lileedlnK and Itching riles It absorbs the turnOff allays Itching at once acts at n poultice give In Ointment11Isprepared s- fornPiles acne itchIng of the private part Sold bt yamgeMCB CoJl1 600lebeaaCleOteandf0 Sold by List Drug Co IJi METROPOLIS Will Walsh and Mrs Etta Kin have gone to Springfield to attend the stato fair Louis Honno Is home from Texa- and brought back a carload of mules Miss May Bailey is visiting friend- In St Louis SrD Kerr and eons Lloyd and Virgil are attending tho state fair at Springfield IL G Evans has returned from Murphyeboro whore ho has been attending court The Rev Walter Sponco attended the Congregational church association at Contralla this week Mr and Mrs T S Marshall arc attending tho state fair at Spring field this week MM Will Caglo has returned from a visit to friends at Vienna Wallace Stevens has returned from a business trip to St Louis Miss Maud Blackvrell of Brook port visited friends here last week Miss Lovey Speckard has returned to her homo at Golconda after eov oral days visit hero Mrs A McCrory and daughter Mire Barbara spent Thursday In Ia ducah Mrs Addle LIndscy and little son are visiting relatives at Ganntown Mrs N B K eror and her sister inlaw Miss Rosa Peozor havo returned from a visit to relatives at Marlon MYs C W Green of Pine Bluff Ark who has been visiting hero bas gone to Reovoeville to visit Mrs Will Elmore IB visiting rela lives at Golconda Mr and Mrs W R Duncan haw returned to their home at Ozark after a visit with relatives here Mrs G Br Borman has returned from Champaign- Mr and Mrs George Camp of Golden Gate are visiting Mr and Mrs John Simpson- F B Leonard has returned from a business trip In the interest of his factory J1rsrK Krovon has returned to her homo at nIt St Louis after a visit with her sitter Mrs William I MartinMrs Frank Winders has returned from a vita to relatives near Chili I cage uFor Moro Than Three Decade 10Folers Honey and Tar has been a household favorite for coughs and aliments of the throat chest and lungs Contains no opiates GilI berts drug store r tI M t 1 PRESIDING ELDER LOUISVILLK DISTRICT mUD W1II KXOWN HERE Tho Trey Frank M Thomas Sent By Loulsvlllp Conference to Fulls city Tho Rev Frank M Thomas of the xmlsvlllo conference M E church south was made presiding elder of tho Louisville district at the session tho conference which closed yesterday lIe Is a young man to wear tho toga of presiding elder and of tUch an Important district Dr Thomas Is well known in Paducah where he has a number of relatives and where ho has often visited and preached Ho was the chaplain of the Third Kentucky regiment during the SpanishAmerican war The appointments for the Hopkins villo district which s contiguous to Paducah are- Ilopklnsvillo DPtrlctR F Hays presiding elder CadizFAM Pcty Cadiz Circuit 1C K Anderson Cerulean SvrlngR C Bogard CroftonA I Roster Dawson Springs S L C Cowar- dEddyvllleW o F Cashraan- Eddyvlllo ClrcuttA D Davis Elkton and IIelleB B Under Elkton Circuit O W ShusartIElkton Mission Mack Harper supplyGrand Rlvere tA C Gentle Herman and Highlands J Frank BakerIfopklnsvllleA R Kasey Hopkinsvlllo CircuIt W Lyon KuttawaJ H Richardson Lafayette D L Yates Llnton Mission to be supplied Pembroke W R Waggoner PisgahJ S Mitchelli Princeton and Cerulean C G PrathorSnlemS If Bailey supply Smlthland StationE W Smith Southland Circuit B E Goodrum Trenton and Guthrle S H Love taco JEWISH NEW YEAR SERMONS 11V DR MEYEIl LOV ITCH AT TEMPLE ISRAEL IYOIH Klppur the Day of AttoncmenIt Terminating Period of Ob IiCIIUlce Tho Jewish New Year began yesterday at sunset and will continuo until late this afternoon Special1 services were held at Temple Israel1 by tho Jewish population of Paducah Last night Rabbi Meyer Lovltc t thgv New Year Strive to Bo Perfect This morning at 10 oclock a special service was hold with tho subjects of the sermon The Quest of Happi ness The most sacred holiday or Isthe Jewish your will be observed ten days later The day of atonement 01 atonemoqt of Yom KIppur Is one of fasting and prayer and tho of the synagogue gather In the places of worship to oK for strength and guidance A Reliable Medicine Xot n Narcotic Got the genuine Foleys Honey an Tar in tho yellow package It Is safe and effective Contains no opiatesr Refuse substitutes Gilberts drug- atore Next to having to listen to the average man toll a Joke tho most horrible torturo is to have to let him describe when Jio made a great hit with It RUBBER STAMPS When In need of Rubber Stamps Brass Stencils Notary Seals MUlc Checks Band Daters eta it will pay you to see our lino Diamond Stamp Works 113115 S Third St Phoues 3MII Excursion Bulletin ISeason Spring and Summer etrera I rates to Cairo and retura tingle round trip toCalr aid return 1Wr11P- rtlel ot ave and over 1100 Elegant orchestra oa board IsI furnishh music all times S A Fowler General Agent Both Thrones No 03 1- ovPl I 1111 J IJIIJ For children hays girls and grownups at popular prices Wo give you for 75c and up sizes B to 8 We give you for 100 and up sizes to 11 r Wo give you for 9125 and up sizes 11 J5 to 9- TRY OUR ROYS ROUGH WIn SHOES 1CO and up sizes lift to 2 ZOO and up sizes 2JJ to 7 rT SEND YOUR SHOES TO US FOR Wo use the latest for stitching and pegging and have for tho past threo years Nothing used in sole but best leather Work dono while you wait We send for and return your work Lowest prices In tho city FOR PUIILIO pmvrixa BINDING I ANT PAPER Sealed proposals will bo received at the office of the Secretary of State Ky until noon Tuesday November 15 1910 for execution of tho Public Printing and I Binding In separate contracts and paper envelopes and sta tionery for the term of two yearn from and after the first day of Jan uary next ensuing at a certain rututt per centum not to exceed the ratesII specified in tho law Including the I of the paper election ballots and its delivery to the suv oral clerks under the of the of the General Assembly passed at the extraordinary session 1900 which act approved October IGth 1900 The law the Public Printing nnd Binding and furnish ing for the Stato is em braced In the act of Juno 20 1895 Chapter lOG Kentucky Statutes and in the act last above referred to Sample copies of tho Teachers And Trustees Record Books may be seen at the office of the Superintendent of Public Pri- ntMENYOUNG PlISTSOMY SPECIFIC INS the workYlJu all fenewllfcyrwlatliHi Price53nit tzaan i t + 1LB111V trip DO you wish your wired for electric DO you wish electrical of any kind DO you need now electrical In your DOES your a attention DO you wish the best lighting eervlco the least ir i ii i lee Us for- J4oe8 8J REPAIRS machinery Frankfort furnishing furnishing for provisions act was governing stationery SubdIstrict for ing where blanks for bidding together with copies of the speclflcai tlons under which the contracts will be let may also be obtained- A bond of 1000000 accompany each bid Solvent guaran tee companies will be accepted In lieu of personal security Address all bids to BEN L BRUNER Secretary of State Frankfort Ky and each bid should bo endorsed on the outside of the envelope contain ing it with tho name of the bidder and marked Proposals for the Public Printing pnd Binding and Furnishing E WILLSON Chairman DEN L BRUNER Secretary Frankfort Ky Oct 1 1010 o r ST VINCENT AOADEJIY cmON COUNTY ICY Boarding School for Yotug S Ladles and Children S Modern innate drawing and painting abort a hand and typewriting are taught according to the best Improved a methods The maternal die cipline unites a careful training d of character and manner with Intelligent and physical develop For catalogue terms etc address SISTER e 41IEXCURSIONSteamer IrG W ROBERTSO l Every Tuesday and Friday Whls at 830 Oclock dReturn promptly at 1130 p m Three hours ride Hlllmani Band Best of order no intoxicating liquors or improper characters allowed Faro round 25 cents Wo reserve the right to reject any person we see fit J E ROLLINS Master I CITY TRANSFER CO C4L VanMeter Manager All Kinds of Hauling Storage Pacing and House Cleaning Phone 499ii Oat I ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RIGHT I n home lights work done chandeliers or appliances home elevator require specialists money must Stationery AUGUSTUS Equipment meat SUPERIOR DO you know that cheap material and bad workmanship means poor lights In your home DO you know wo use the best material on tho market In our electrical Installations DO you know We pay our electricians above the union scale to obtain the best One Thing You Know Our Prices Are the Lowest Then Why Not Try Ua M1TCHEU rftl CINE S ELECTRICAL CO Old Those 113 or New iMiono 123 123 Broadway ssas9t IfII t I r rw Tr L In t Tfir T7T7 LlF iwr r 1E 1hNo ne 4r III rIlOKIdBT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNrOCTOIIMU 4 ARRANGED FOR THE BIG SERIES FIHST CJAMK TO UK PLAYKI I PHliaDKLPIUA Umpire t Are KeUftod nod ProM rtlon- ft ltmi H in no GivcnIlay crs ISI Determined lit Till NATIONAL COMMISSION Ginolnnatl Oe 4Tho first game of the worlds champlonehlp wriea tjctwcon tbo Philadelphia Americana and thu Chicago Nationals wNl bo played off as follows Fkm game Monday October 17 at Philadelphia Sucond game October 18 at Phil i sdelpha I Third game October tfOtli at Chicago I I Fourth game October 21 at Chi cago I I In cue other games are required I to settle the supremacy ono will bo played on October 22nd after a ru- In m a ipoclal from Chicago to Phila delphia and In case another game 1 is required another hurried run VIII bot made back to Chicago In umo tor May Uio sixth game on Sunday October 3rdPI If the series has not then boon sou Mod the playing of the seventh game will be determined by the toss of a coin n The umpires are to be Rlgloy and ODay of the National league and Oonrely and Sheridan of the Amer lean The players who are ellglblo to take part In the tories aref Chicago Archer Doaumont i grown Cole Chance Kvorr Koxon jlofman ling Mclntyre Needham Ovorall Pfeiffer Pfoister Ulcho fttplbafh w Shgcltardt Stelnfeldt Schulte Tinker Weaver and ZlniilIs merman 4 7Philadelphia Atkin Bender Barry t Baker Coop ba Collins Donohuc Dygtrt lavU Derrick Houter Hart act Krause Lapp Livingston Lord Morgan Murphy Mclnnle Oidring frnrk Thomas and Strunk The reserved seat price Is fixed at from Jl to 3 General admission 50 cents Players will receive sixty percent of the proceeds of the first four gamer but In order to allow the plhy theSundaytdcd that If none of the first tour games receipts equals that of tho nnday game In Chicago In case the latter game 1 played that the IllaJere proortonnl thare shall be made on the bass at the Sunday game In Chicago In car any games are postponed on account of weather conditions the games are to be moved ahead except that In any event the game scheduled vho for Sunday October 23 is to be playw cd In ChicagoalTllity Alwi llPlpc I Culw CBcnnatt pet 4Mler pnylng the game which gave the Chicago Cubs th + championship Manager troulbltI 111Sever111 hlstorlaCXjand Injurlosr Our regular team has boon avail able only at Infrequent Intervals nut the utility men hnve more than done their duty But for Archer Zimmerman Kane sad Beaumont we would not bo celebrating I anti proud of overy doe of them and I would not 4rado my abitltutfs CorII the reguargof any other club j While tho Injury to Johnny I Fivers Is a blow wp have received similar blows nil year and we cant quit and give up hope of winning the workls championship just because ho JB out Zimmerman will play sec ond base lathe big roses H Canmltz Seriously III PltUburgh Oct 4lIownrd Cam sits pitcher on tho Pittsburgh Na Boast league team Is seriouslyI ill htlslandasshtIlnof hurrying hm to his homo Iposslbetonvlile Ky as snicks as when he is abo to be moved Xutrd Speed Marvel Retired I New York Oct 4Goorge Rob ertson tho recognized American au tomobile champion with a brilliant rocprd as a roger surprised the nu lomqbXftwrSld by Announcing his permanent retirement from the dan gerous pastime I will never again race In a race said IlbbcrUon but will take poiltlon as agent for an automobile comptay I have 136000 In bank warned In racing and ae I am but 2C year old I think I can earn oDough In teas dangerous work to take care of myself and fatally Hobertfon was seriously Injured while In practice for the Vanderbilt cup rare and Just got out of the boa pits today HkJ car went oft the course and threw him out The great driver Will recently married and It told that the pleading of his wife had much to do with his dotormlna I lion to retire j I Dope i Leo Angormolor the huaty catcher with the Frankfort team and a brother qf Louts Ang rmelcr former manager of the Indians led the Blue Grass league in batting this season Angsrinctler has been drafted by the Chicago Cubs Ills batting average was 321 The Vlncennoi Capital has the following boost for Chief Harry Lloyd tho wellknown baseball manager and player There Is a probability that Harry +tf1 will be mndo manager of tho Pndurah baseball club next eoaon negotiations for his sorvlte now bring under way Lloyd several years ago made life reputation as a manager by giving Paducah tho bent team the city ever had and there are many fans who are clamoring that again be given a trial Lloyd la idely known here he having man ged the Eastern Illinois league team In this city In 1908 but because of several Injuries received being unab lobe a success HP lorII now recovering from an Injury to his f foot revelvl in wielding an eve and a J w a Ask the Man Who Uses 1 r ELECTRIC POWERI rH- e will tell you it is the most economical most convenient and most dependable power that you can use He will tell you that he has no worries that he has no boiler or engine to bother with no long line of shaftingttto use uppower He will tellyou that at a single throw of a switch hcan start any of his machines and that the minute he stops using this machine he throws off the switch and stops the expense that gotfs on contin uously with other forms of power u Can you Mr Power User afford to use power that you cannot dependuponpower that if anything goes 4 wrong will shut down your whole plant Can you afford to depend too much on your engineers or firemen and pay their salaries when you can buy electric power so cheap Electric power is today the only dependable power that you can use There are no boiler troubles no engine troubles no long shaft waste no engineers or firemen necessary simplyI throw in the switch and your machine is running throw out the switch and there is no waste of power when work is not being done With individual motor drivea motor direct connected to eachmachineyou need run only those motors that are attached to the machine in usthus cutting down the expense of running big machinery S Elect ic pover is the Imodern power the best power the only power to use because it is cheap convenient and dc pendable It is the power you want no matter how small or how large your installation 4 i Our Commercial Department will be glad to confer with you and give you the information you may desire regarding Electric Power We would be glad to cite you the power bills of other consumers in your class of 11 work and can also refer you to any ofE our many power users as to the advantage of Electric Power Again we say t UsestElectric Power The Commercial Departnent Lither Phone No 12 t f J L j A s4U The Paduqah Light i Powerf Cot biI Incorporated T 1 l a e njury Is likely to loaf him a 1pplo for hiren d would prove Krat drawing card lure and l mJn f I REAL VALUEI oox Is the leading Feature of the Gowns and Millinery atI 405 Brosdwav From the most expensive Costumes to the modest Hat the Greatest Value for Your Money rule is preeminent You get what you pay for at the least price it can be sold for and you get your moneys value If its Ferrimans its Correct y tuna are hoping hJwilt be hot icaiVr for Ube Indiana next year NATIONAL LHACUi CLuns W I ICT rhlngo 08 4S GOT Now York S8 RS 638 IUUburgfe ft SC C S- Si7tIhImdelphU 7J 10 ClMlnontl i71 77 40i Brooklyn C2 6R I1C St Louis CU SC 17- COIMOB 91 349 liiiiiicnimn Bags1 T vw Iloincrst- C ncijiMil Oct 4 Zimmerman performed I feat that has never been equaled IB the tgoo lark groumls Ho knocked two bailV over the left Hold fence for honm ruts Previous to this there kas HW been a hell put over the fence duillngn game on these jjrowndB Tliejt were several Puck lilts before lherpreeent groUndi were reeuutruetad He scored all three rutty 19CtlredYl the toltoro Tlio score was 5 to 3 Ml Cincinnati l II the winner i Seoro P nIlEChicago 3 7 1 Cincinnati p G 11 0 Weaver and Ncodhatill Htmsa and Mel eau Umpires Ilroiuwn and ODay Babe ltbitus Jilid t I11Il St Mule bat IHtiliurgh won tho twcbttd tame of tho torloa from st Louie Adam wa Very affective keeping the locals hits wall Ratterod Scort RUE S Louts 282IU- Uhursh 5 10 1 learn and Ilroanahan Adams and Simon Umpires Itlsler and Emsllo rtiiiUcM nit nell mini- nrookljn Oct 4 Philadelphia wound up Its settee with a victory over llrooklyn The lrlettor tamled on llcll heavily In the Ant Inalug Ksoriux E yen ruse and inakiHg the red of tho game unlmtoreetlfig Soort It II H= Philadelphia IS 12 Iirookljm 0 4 I More and MoronI tell and nero gee UittiAie Hsuou and Jibe alone Glints Vlii I1o it Ono New York pat tNew Vt rk da ranted libetott Us a tenInning jjamo The locals toil until the Michlti wHwi Drew wMkenod nail the yWUjra tied the eorfe U the twill alter two were OfCt WUoa doubled and seared on Cramloirt eafe lilt Scoru U II KI notion I C I NWv Ydrk iU 4tt- Ilrows Q 5 awl Ilnrklon WIIUO Ame1 CramlnM end Vflton Umpire Klow and Untie AtMiUIiN IMAOVK CLUD- SItilladelphl W IMPCT J 101 1C 087 New York XS 68 109 IDetroit 81 01 160 Uoeton HO OR S10 Cleveland 08 78 406 Va4ilngton OK 83 418 CbkAgo OS 81 450 St Louse 4G IOC tOO AlliUHrH Win llinggel 11111II PliUadslphin Oct 4 In a jitoyed gnmo PhlladoUmla poorlyI Uot4oo The orrors lot tho were costly Scoro nilE1I0- 00tOll 5 7 4 Philadelphia 8 7 1 Hell and Madden Dyg rt and Llv Ingifbn tiniifreHio g nnolly and Fagan GOEBEL CULVERT COXTUAIT illfr TO A J 1IIIHltI oc iYMiimmu Tlitetj llNMrrx 1111 Job tro CltQIu cvtlirr In their Irlco fur 1V11r- kTb contract tot the uitmU cul vort over Cum creek iii OMlwl eve MM ww awarded to A J Miller A Yon K hjrmlmrr vs yesterday alberaa at a rectal mMtiig of the shard at vvMto works 11tt firm tens n vMd aaseral1 Large eootrecU In the oltjr tor ttOMnIte pnvemtHiU The eoHtraet twice Is = ISUi which ta 32646 htilier than the appropria tion 1irs the contract waa placed before tho council lout night for roll flMtloiK Mayor KmUli WM aiitbortuMl to borrow s ifllcnt money to pay ttie ainoant Tnt culvert w4ll replace the preeeiit woodon brklgn- Tlio bids were A J Miller 8oti excavation II coiu a cubic yard concrete foundation J746 a etibtc nIIJoblMolII I eseavalbn SO rents eMcreu found atlon nn a rable yard areh rltm i H i cable yard total ItJIfl IfI t M ikcl rxMVaUo 06 elate a rulilc yaM concrete IIItdIUVII IS a ruble yard arch ring IIM a m Ids yard total IMfilM RewdrdIThe rliy fir Imliiriili ulll iwy DI for the IIITII Bud rorivlrllMi nf the muniercr of PlllIIk Irlbtnue TliN iiiiinlcr WBH roininllliit nl ciit lotiin jp in Kopliinlar II thin DM lint runt Hirtli uf lIrwnk AlivMmniH Ixluirn dons dull Trtiiito I I rimes on South She ItIIlnI thisrillylbe niunlcml haul was n tlrlyfTr of ItrowSipea1i jrisirn old of nllilrllc Buttinulll born a Kxl rtpiilnllnii Vita IIl1utt 1 twiro tvltli a large nitlliro ivvnltrr nlxMil ItlI at rltno outgo IliN rctvnnl ulll lie paid In moll IAMKH I HMITII Mayor of Itilinaili Ky The Vlillor How do you gel IImutto rovlow m wiry Locke everyfweek The n tis1I paver waste any tlmo reading them Clovolnnd Icailor m I Io Wine lie 1riulcnt have ls Cull IIi r m tlio Fire lIiiKluo Ihios I IWoIay Losses Promt Cash Without Any Discount THE FRIEDMANI INSURANCE AGENCYJlOIIlco l t Pimm Olllro 170A Itesldinro JB8I New Plionu Oltlco IH I1Oltl = l t more in demand for use in grates stoves and furnaces than all OTHER COALS COMBINED because it is properly prepared RESOKEENED at our elevator 4 Txadeater COatiS is FREE FROM SLATE AND OTHER IMPURITIES TRADEWATER coal burns to a clean white ash docs not clinker and holds fire over night These good qualities together with unexcelled delivery service and FULL WEIGHT enables you to enjoy the comforts of home during the cold winter weather Phono us a trial order and be convinced TRADEWATER coal is mined and sold exclusively b- yCOALWEST KENTUCKY COMPANYIncorporate IcofI Ywtfs cud Elevator Foot of Ohio Street C M RIKER Manager of Sales Both Phones No 324 or 1 L I I f L y- L c I i fjt t II+ L u J 1 Ll 1 cc 1