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The Paducah evening sun. (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, August 20, 1906, Image 9

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THE OLD RELIABLE ST BERNARD COAL f
NONE SUPERIOR
i iti REDUCED IN PRICE THIS MONTH 4 i
p St Bernard Lump Coal 12c Bushel
St Bernard Nut Coal lie Bushel
Anthracite Best Grade delivered from car 900 a Ton j
THERE IS NO KENTUCKY COAL LIKE ST BERNARDa
I Place Your Orders Now
ST BERNARD COAL CO i
JOE T BISHOP Manager Both Phones 75 tI t I
i RUDY PAXTON CO INSURANCEPHONE 30 ti
FIGHT IS ON
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f FIRST JCBST OF BRYAN S
STRENGTH IN ILLINOIS V
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Majority Rule and Home Mule Slo
gans of Contorting Forces ot
State Democracy
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Peoria III August 20 Peoria
tulle of Democrats The state conven
hen does not meet dntll Tuesda
f qnj the special railway rates did Dot
go Into effect until toaay but tin
Chicagoans at least were so anxIous
to be In at the start of what promts
ca to be a lively light that they be
gan pouring Into hero early today
Those from other parts of the atate
ire doing likewise
1 The lasue has narrowed down to a i
contest between tho present stat
committee and the majority run
I
league The committee Is In control
I of the party organization In the stale
staleIIR
and wants to keep control The
t league l Is out and wants to getln
t As the lines of battle are now
formed the Majority Rule leagua
claims i to represent William JBryau
1the party next presidential candi
date and anybody who is not with it
J e declared to be against Bryan
1 I The state committee insists It Is
just as much In favor of Bryant
nomination In 1908 as Its opponents
> re but It stands for home rule In
party politics as well as other things
and announces Illinois Democrats
have the right to regulate their own
private affairs
The test of strength will come
over tho adoption or rejection of a
reiolutlon condemning the actions ot
1bi last state convention which re
suited In the election of Sullivan as
national commtltoeman n and de
manding ttiathe resign his office
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1Thls will bo presented by the Major
1 ity Rule league and will follow the
Bryan
an as the presidential candidate
Which everybody has agreed to
UOII
The Entire til Family mid Hoarders
J > Vltli Chloroform llolilwcl Rouse
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Marysvllle 0 August 20 Seven
members of the family ot Michael
Cody Sr In Dover township ana
two carpenters who wero boarding
there were chloroformed last night
j burglars The house was ransack
ed from top to bottom and 10 In
goldwas taken from an old trunk
iti5 Cody was supposed to have 8
large sum of money In the house
The robbers did not molest several
fine gold watches In plain sight
The chloroform was administered In
heavy doses and none of the parties I
Tegatned consciousness until thIs I
morning The burglars helped them
selves to breakfast and then depart
ed There lsnoclow
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j iknh I Fnet1
1 Joseph Campeon to Mrs Frank
Chesterfield property on Reedy ave
uue ° llOO
JTJUry Hoffman to W M Janes
1 and t
property on Monroe street 41
other considerations
ifW pj JODrien to John 1 Sayers
pr rertln the Vaughan addition 75
Ono hundred and flttyflvo people t
are killed by accidents In the street I
v of London I the course of a year
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UNCONVENTIONAL
LACK qF ATTHIE AT HVIMMI
I10LC OAUSKS COMPLAINT
Modest St Imlsatis Shocked III
Sight tot t Hoys at Foot of lilt
A noli Onlralliicllne
The police have been Instructed 10
break up tho practice of swImmIng
at tho Illinois Central incline at tue
foot of Campbell strcqt and to ar
rest all boys found going In sWim
ruing at that place who are not con
ventionally attired >
The complaint have been frcquen
and several times the police have
raldedthe swimming place but the
boys always manage to escape Pas
sengers on the St Loins and Iacu
rah trains complain of the practice
and as tho Incline Is within Ihe cltj
limits It constitutes a breach of br
dlnanccPolice
Police Judge E II Purycar stales
that he would assess floes In all CAS
es brought before him If Ihp boy
are guilty and are over 16 yean old
IBrYER I NEWS I
Biter Stages
Cairo 186 05 rite
Chattapooga 77 00 fal
Cincinnati 176 25 tal
Evausvllle 153 22 rise
Florence 48 08 rMi
Johnsonvllle 64 06 rise
Louisvilleu 76 04 fal
Mt Carmel 20 02 rlsi
Nashville 12X > 06 rlsi
Plttsburg fS8 oo rlsi
Davis Island Darn 74 flD rise
St Loafs I t + 121 0S fall
Ml Vernon 140 38 rile
Paducah 107 11 rise
The river rose two feet In the las
48 hours the gauge this morning reg
istering a stage of 107 foet Weathc r
clear but uncertain The arrival al f
St Louis Tennessee Ohio and Cum
berland river boats within the list 16
hoars made business at tho whar
good
The New Orleans Dally Stales con
tains a statement trom Capt Duke
of trie steamer Natchez which was re
paired gn the ways here this sprlm
and summer The stateraent Is taken
from a letter written by the captain of
the Natchez to a friend In New Or
leans Ho expressed himself as being
highly placed with hla personal re
lallons with Capt Mike William
the ways and said he knew thatitlx
work done on this boat was straight
forward honest and intelligent IIi
did not belleYe that better work couli
have been done anywhere The Im
portance of this notice to Paducah Is I
apparent The Natchez Is the largest
boat ever repaired lore and It como
from a country wbcro the rivers are
full of big boats It moans that more
of that kind of work will come to Pa
ducah The Natchez was on the
ways nearly three months affording
constant work to a large highly paid
force of both skilled and unsklllet
laborit Is much letter all around
to handle a few big contracts In the
year than to haul out small boats ev
ery week or so It the captain of the
Natchez would write such a letter to
a friend while here It Is evident that
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NEWS NOTES FROM SUNDAY PAPERS
The report that BO men were en
tombed In the Clinch mountain tur
nel now tinder construction liy tthlll
South and Western railroad In Vh
glnla was Incorrect The story had
hadI I
Its origin In an accident at the tun
ne In which two men were klllelil >
and two Injured by falling rock anJ
scaffolding
J Rogers Barr general manage
of tho Lexington and Eastern rat
road and ono of the bestknown bus
loess men In Lexington died yester
day He was a son of Judge John W
Ilarr of Ix > ulivllte
Incomplete returns Indicate tha
Congressman D C Edwards hili
been renominated for congress b
several thousand votes by the Re
publicans of the Klorenth Kentuck
congressional district
Governor Beckham addressed an
audience of about lBOO persons at
Madlsonvlllo Ills address was along
the lines of the one ho made ai
Lexington opening his campaign foi
United Stolen senator
It Is believed that William Trav
ers Jerome will give out e statement
Monday announcing his wllllngnest
to enter the race for the Democratic
nomination for governor of New
YorkPacific
Pacific stocks continued to make
sensational fluctuations on the Now
NewI I
York exchange and there was anoth
er day of frenzied buying and heavy
profittaking heavyI I
profittakingInterstate
Interstate Commerce Comralsslonci I
Clements In an Interview In Wash
ington expresses the opinion that the
railroads will not attempt to resIst I
the now rate law
George C Peck aged 72 years 1
he will talk just as advantageous
for Paducah among advantageouslyI I
Blends In the far south who control
boats as large as the Natchez The
matter will be brought to the atten
tion of the Commercial club as It Is
considered a good line of development
for the city
The John S Summers passed out
of the Tennessee river this morning
going down
The Henrietta has tied up along
side the dry docks to go on there
when the Dunbar gets off The Dun
bar will get off Tuesday After the
Henrietta gets off the Inverness Je J
expected to go on Capt Taylor had
to turn down for the next two months
a contract to repair the ferryboat at
Bhawnectown Tho boat will be made
26 feet longor and otherwise repaired
At the end of two months the ferry
boat will be taken on the dock a + <
there Is sufficient work ahead to keep
thYdocks busy until that time
The Russell Lord left this morning
for the Tennessee river after ties
The Jim Duffy will arrive today
from the Tennessee river with 4000
tics for the Ayer Iord Tie company
This Is considered a good load for the
stage of water
The John 8 Hopkins arrived Sun <
day morning at 5 oclock from Kvans
vllle about eighteen hours late The
wheel on tho Hopkins broke down
causing the delay Itais being ro
paired today and will > leave on tin
regular trip Tuesday morning at 11
oclock
The City ot Saltlllo arrived Satur
day night from St Louts on theui
trip to the Tennessee river
The Duttorff arrived Snday night
tram Nashville and left Today at noon
for Clarksvllle
The Savannah arrived out of the
Tennessee river Saturday evening at
was shot and fatally wounded at
Kingfisher Okla by Prof O n
Hale aged CO the result of an old
grudgePresident
President Alfred Walter of tho
Seaboard Air Line railway gave of
flcial denial to tho many recent re
ports to the effect that ho Intends to
resign The review of the troops at For
Benjamin Harrison by Vice Pros
dent Charles R Fairbanks has beet
postponed on account of rains
The plant of the Baxter Molding
company at Hast St Louis III was
destroyed by flro The loss Is eats
mated at 1130000 with 70000 In
surance if f
The statement of tho New Yorx
clearing house banks for past week
> show iat the banka hold 7101BO
over the legal reserve requirements
The birthday of Emperor Francs
Joseph was observed throughout
AustriaHungary with special roll
glous services and other celebra
dons
tions6lx
Six thousand Oreek families fear
ing excesses have left Bulgaria and
taken refuge at Adrlanoplo where
tho authorities welcomed them
The Rev J It I Alexander one of
the most widelyknown ministers ot
the Cumberland Presbyterian
church died at his homo In Nash
ville cherry Circle won the first Lipton
race Toledo was second Milwaukee
third and Red Raven fourth
Three automobile were killed by
a train and a fourth was fatally in
jured at a crossing near Asbury
Park N J
7 oclock on the return trip to St
Iodock I
The Dick Fowler got away for
I Cairo this morning on time with a
I goodMonday morning trip
I
I Tho Joe Fowler arrived Scnday
from EvansvlKo and left at 11 oclock
I for lho same nplnt
I There were no excursions on the
river yesterday but tho wharfmatter
was kept busy all day answering tele
phone calls From the Intentu heat
many people thought surely there
would bo excursions
v1 NOTICE
List of new Milmcrihcrs lilted l > y the
East Tcmmwe Telephone Com
IIIIn1 Todayr
24424 Pr > or D C res East
Yelser avenue
C043 Roberti N F rell Hln
klevllte road
5041 Stanley Mrs Robert rei
fllnklevlle road
548 Kentucky theater N Fifth
1119a Morris J ft saloon 100
SroadAay7214Penn
7214 ipenn Wm res Husband
roadLike
Like other commodities telephone
service should be paid for accord In
to Its worth and value
We have In the city over 3000
subscribers or five times as many ai
the Independent company outside
the city and within tho county wo
have C3 times as many subscribers as
the Independent company Yet we
will place a telephone In your real
fence at tho samo rate the Independ
ent company Is supposed to charge
and provide In addition long dist
ance facilities which will enable you
to reach fifty million people from
pour home <
Call 300 for further Information
BAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE
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ONEFO U R Ill OFFb t
ON ODD TROUSERS llVs
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Buy a Pair and Make 1
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an Old Suit New
sale is probably awaited with more
Tsale 4
interest than any of our moneysaving t w
cut price sales with the exception of the
suit sale as the economical dressers recog
nize the opportunities it affords of making a d
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new suit out of an old one by the addition
ofa pair of odd trousers The trousers
usually wear out long before the coat to a
suit seems worn and the addition ofa new
pair renews the suit
In this sale we have put all of our odd ant
trousers and there arc just any number of
in the lotthe fa
most excellent bargains c
mous Paragon trousers being among them
Jio Melts Trousers I
now1
jt8 00 Mens Trousers
now
17 50 Mens Trousers
now
6 oo Mens Trousers
now
511506t00
563
450
5 00 Mens Trousers I
now I
I 4 00 Mens Trousers
now
Ijoo Mens Trousers
now
S2 00 Mens Trousers
now
53175
300
225
150
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If you have a blue or black serge at >
light pair of trousers arc just the thing to a
tone up the suit
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409 4131BROADWAY
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See Bradley Bros
About Your Winter Supply of J
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Sole agent for the old reliable Cartcrivillc III
washed nut and egg coal
Telephone 339
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