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4 P4I I Frankfort Ky Nov 28 Five I
i guards employed at tho suite peniten
t Mary were dismissed today They I
woro C IL Jordan of Fayctte Henry
Maker of Lexington Thompson of
I Covlngton Head of Oldham cdtmty
fand f Charles Druncr of Bolo coullt
New guards who have gone to work
nro WJiecter of Wolfe county Thom
as of Nelson county Cravens of
Wolfe countyand Ashcraft of Jlendo
1county 1 It Is Bald that halt n dozen
more of tho old guard will lose their
1 positions with the end of December
f t e lpwtIUIkhulU Iud
i Apropos of Dr B I U Powell lat
cst attack upon Gov ncckham con
tamed In VIB sermon on Sunday It Is
4IIlaled hero today hy friends of the
t govornor that It Is duo to tho fact
f that the governor has notified the
rLouisville ministers who are leading
the fight for Sunday closing that It
they come to tee him further regard
lug the matter which they have been
engaged to do Dr Powell must not
k be of tho party as ho will not be rev
calvedCentral
Central City Ky I Nov 2SAc
cording to reports current a genuine
M clmonpuro deep was born of n worn
I I 1an 1 In Muhlenberg county
Tha story goes that n preacher died
recently and his widow being an un
believer burned all his religious
I t books Bible and nil nnd noon after
tlbook
a child or devil was born to her have
ing a full Vet of teeth horn tall
claws and a hideous head and full of
talk Ho told tho mother that lie WAS
the devil and had come to torment
her tan seven years and then she
should die and go to hades This Inv
formation being considered by the
i mother as highly offensive nnd ro
prehensible in a son tried to smother
him but falling In thin she took him
to n pond and threw him In with the
I
Intent to drown him but he swam
1 4s4 out and followed her to tho house
And that Is too story that is keeping
lha telephones ringIng all over tho
county and causing ninny clcoples
nights to the superstitious
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Why Pabst
is Best
4 Most beer is made
from fourday malt
r l tand f naturally lacks
t in richness
i Pabst sixty years ex
perience has shown
that perfect beer can
1 with
r only be made
Pabst exclusive pro
cess eightday malt
which doubles the
IIwhich
thetd
tdcost but brews a beer
lowest in percentage
i cf alcohol nnd highest
t
in nutrition
I nutritioniDoctors recommend
PaSat Blue Ribbon be
cause they know it is
the richest anti most I
wholesome and abso
lutely the cleanest beer
brewed
S brewedWhen
rWhen ordering Beer cull for
tabs Blue Flbbon
TO HANDLE MAIL3l
FOR GOVERNMENT I
jSyiiclicute OllcrS To Take Con
tract And Pay For It
lice Cliiiicc In Muke Money Where
lovrriiiiirnt HUN Vullrd to Alulto
11111118
slra STJX JX uoon KAITH
Washington Nov isUnco Sam
will bo asked tomorrow to turn over
to n syndicate of Capitalists tho con
duct uf iho postal business In re
turn tho syndicate proposes to give
the country penny postage and a bet
ter and more businesslike service
than has been provided under the
present system of government olnsra
tlou The tender will bo made by W
D iloycc of Chicago to tho Joint
committee of congress Investigating
postal abuses and Intrusted with rec
ommending reforms which has been I
1111 session In New York and resumed
Its meetings hero today
The offer has several objects It
In true that capitalists have been
found who believe that money can bo
undo by a monopoly of tho postal
business Whereas tho government
has failed to make the postal depart
mont a paying institution these cap
italists believe that tiy the Introduc
tion of business methods they can put
the department on a dividendpaying
basis The WellsFargo Express com
pany saw enough money in the monop
ely to offer the government a bonus
of 1000t > 00 a year If permitted
to run tho postofflce
Objects of the Offer
The Doyce proposition Is made In
good faith and will servo the double
purpose of emphasizing with the pub
lic the fact that thorn are capable
business men In the country who be
liovo that they can give tho people
lane postage and an excellent serv
ice The offer will have the effect of
showing to the people that these burl
ness men who will give satisfactory
bond will guarantee to give tho pat
roils of the postofllce reduced postage
rates which the department ofllclals
unite lu reporting the government
cannot afford to do
Th proposition broadly stated Is
that the government shall withdraw
from the field of controlling n public
utility and shall place the business of
transporting and delivering the mall
In private hands as the oppress bust
ness Is conducted The capitalist
who are willing to assume the burden
will pay the government rental for I
the poatofflco buildings all < over the 1
country and will charge the govern
ment regular rates of postage on ItsI I
mall which Is now carried free It
U I roughly estimated that tho govern
mont would offset In money derived
I
from rentals of the building the I
charge It would annually bo required I
to pay for tho + transportation of Its
mall
lUiirliiK on 1t1l1l1i ul ISMIC
InildcntnKy thers Is concealed in
tho proposition nn argument which
may later Uo takon up by the oppon
cuts of government ownership of
railroads The offer will permit these
opponents to argue that the govern
ment In Us experiment with the own
crihlp of the posts has failed to reach
hat stage of erfccttan i possible mm
der private ownership
IIOTKIi AHIUVAIS
Palmcr T W Scott St Louis IJ
E Olcndoe St Louis William Knapp
Cincinnati N Layman Now York
E W nigley Louisville II A Keyes
Dycnsburs Tcnn L F Owens Mem
phis W F Purdy Jr Bandana C
H Naber Boston M I Strouso Bal
tlmore d Q Batonian Joipa ill
I 0 Lovctt Benton lcD Forgo
son IA Center W M 1 Sullivan Wick
life A B Waggoner Philadelphia
BolvedereB A Baird St Loult
0 J Horkoph Chicago W N Pat
terson Wilson Pa T J Boer Cln
clnnatf W M I Wheeler St Louis
Theo Palliank Cavetnnock 111 T
C Patterson Wilton Pa
William + on Vnhlnmnii
Congreafcnlan John Sharp Williams
In a i eech at Wathall Miss Ue
chared that Coy Vardnman was a
monomaniac on the negro question
and not In accord with the sentiment
of the south
A monogram In one or two letters
In any color of Ink and two quires
of paper for only a dollar a special
for Christmas at The Sun office
Mrs Austins QuickRaising Buck
wheat makes tender crisp brown
cakes Your grocer can tell you all
about It
turkey Shooting
Inside Fair Grounds Wednesday
WcdnesdaII II
and Thursday
Lovo never i know hardship cyoh
bsmatv =
t i
The
I
Mechanics i
and
Farmers
FarmersSavings
Savings
Bank
Will move
Into Its
New
Quarters
210
Broad =
way
Monday
MondayMorning
Morning
MorningDecember
December 3
Ready
for
Business
at 9
I
Oclock
1 tbe Kentucky
IJOTH IJIOXKS 548
Saturday
Matinee and
MaIineeandNight
Night
December 1
The big society and
musical event
The beautiful and
brilliant
Japanese = Ame i ican
Musical l Comedy
Comedyf
A
N
71
=
A
N I
J
1
t Wtti I
f T
William Blaisdell
and
Georgia VtV Bryton
and
Metropolitan Cast
Company of 75
Chorus 40
The same original pro
duction as played for one
solid year at l the Lyric
theatre New York six
months at Garjck thea
i r 41
tre Chicago
The only company pre
senting this musical gaie
ty this season
i
PRICES
PRICESNight
Night150 100 75c
SOc 25c
Matinee 1 75cj SOc
LNtson saleJli iy
r
r rr I r
Rudy Phillips flo
219223 BROADWAY
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Splendid Lines of f Monogram and Fancy
Stationery and Calling Cards for Christmas
A New Department
W E have just opened a now department which you UIUS see as you wont
f 1 find what we Ittvo hero anywhere else in Paducah that is in the coin
It tcness of its showings
The Christmas boxes of fancy stationery arc in fancy boxes uono in holly
mistletoe and other pretty designs The paper is tho finest bond the envelopes y
the very latest style and they are also put up in beautiful style Prices from
G0to175 ±
G0to175Then
Then wo will furnish jou two quires of paper and envelopes aiuldlo in olio
t or two letters for any monogram tho best white linen paper for only 100
1Five 1 quires of the same for only 225
100 Script Calling Cards SlGO
100 Shaded Old English Calling Cards 300
We also have a big variety of Christmas Souvenir Postals Christmas Greet
ing t Cards Holiday Labels for your bundles and Christinas Napkins and other
novelties You should see this department tooppreciato what we have
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Cbe Kentucky l
BOTH PHONES 648
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES
TONIGHT
I IA QUAKER TRAGEDY
Thanksgiving Matinee
The
DePewBurdette P
Stock Company
Thursday night When the Hells
TollThursday
Thursday mntlnecIA Homespun i
Heart I
Friday nlghtA Mountain Out
law
EXTRA First appearance here
of the famous child sketch aJtlsts
the Wheeler Misters and A1 Vale
oriental inaglclan <
LADIES FREE Tuesday I
night under thc usual condItionsI
Monday Night Dec 3
Will J Block Amusement Co
Presents the Biff Musical
Extravaganza
fUE LAND OF NOD
With a New Cast and Pro
luctiou
Ursula March as The Chorus Girl
Anna McNabb as Bonnie
Adele Oswald as lack of Hearts
Knox Wilson as April Fool
Nell McNclil laslVelrji I Rarebit I
George Fox as Man In the Moon II
And aslnglng and dancing chorus of
v clxty girls and boys I
Now headed for New York
City after a record run
of 27 weeks in
Chicago
Prices 23 S3 no 7 t 1 and 8150
Sets on Nile Siilmilny n ni
r 4
Christmas
ChristmasIs t
Is almost here Dont forget to see
our handsome line of Jewelry em
bracing allv sorts of appropriate
Presents Remember that we areI I
not on Broadway consequently our I I
prices are not so high and our woods
arc pf the same quality as thqsj I
carried by the highpriced wolera
It will be to your Interest to conic
and sec us JTexiidooT tq Sun ofllce
Parrish Parrish
li3 6oulh Thlrl tret J
> < > i
A Shoe That
f
Pinches
Or binds cannot become coin
fortable except by losing Its
shape That Is why a lasting
style requires a perfect lit
The Stetson Shoe Is first made
to fit Back of this Is the
carefully selected leather and
the particular workmanship
which makes that perfect lit
last us long as the shoes
Made la all styles and leathers
500 to 600
COCHRAN SHOE CO Sl
ICOCHRAN I
One fair Sells dnothci Thais Quality
ANDERSFRARY CLAIU
CUTLERY
MAKES CARVING
A PLEASURE
Dont put yourself in a bad f
humor Thanksgiving day by badfl fl
ing to carve the turkey with a
worthless carver A complete
assortment of this celebrated 1
make just received
tl25 to f12
L W Henneberger Co
Incorporated
the House of Qualil Sign of Ike Big Halekel
0
SHOULD you have the misfortune to have to buy
anything in this lines obtthc
s we are closing but en
tire line of the Paducah Undertaking Company at
cost This means your bill cut half in two Em
balming and regular service rendered day or night
i
S PPOOL
2OS South Third Str et > Both PhbneMIIO
GUY NANCE SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
AMBULANCE FOR SICK INJURED
Open Day and Nlffht
New Phone 334 Old Phone 699
3Old
23 SOUTH THlftD STREET
WBE FOg THE SUM TEN eO B AWE E

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