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A JOIIK Sentence
The prize for thu longest sentence
ever written may fairly be awarded
to the elder Dumas who t probably
Jioldg J a further record for fertility of
production In the seventh of the
ti twentynine volumes which compose
the Impressions de Voyage thefe
Is a sentence describing Benvenuto
CelJInl which fills three pages of 108
lines averaging fortyJive letters
apiece The sentence Is broken by
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sixtyeight commas and sixty semicol
ons but as It contains 195 verbs and
122 proPer acmes the reader Is sonHf
what bewildered before the end Is
reached London Chronicle
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CURES
BLOOD POISON
No case of contagious blood poison is ever cured until the last particle
of the virus has been removed from the circulation The least taint left in
the blood will sooner or later cause a fresh outbreak of the trouble with all
its hideous and destructive symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat copper
colored splotches falling hair cores and ulcers etc No other medicine so
surely cure contagious blood poison as S S S It goes down into the
blood and steadily and surely drives out every particle of the infection It
absolutely and perfectly purifies the blood and leaves this vital fluid as fresh
rich and healthy as it was before the destructive virus of contagious blood
poison entered the circulation S S SI quickly takes effect on the blood
and gradually the symptoms disappear the health is improved the skin
cleared of all spots sores and other blemishes the hair stops coming out
the mouth and throat heal and when S S S has cleansed the system of the
poison no trace of the disease is left S S S cures contagious blood poison
because it is the greatest of all blood purifiers tested and proven for more
than forty years Book on this disease with suggestions for home treatment
aud any medical advice sent free to all who write
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
I am a wowsn
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tII with full iHtractlou to any cr utr iron
wonun ailrnwll 1 want to tell ioIt miya about
this cu011i my reader for jmneU your dsnahUr
ma mother or your alter I want to > tell you tow
to cure you rsJrea ot = without tho u lp ot
doctor idea caaaot nndertand womene euferhrge
What we women know from xprleoce we know
I betty than any eof I know that TOT eL = treat
Se t Urn eat and faro nn for Leucorrhoej or
WHKUk atcttvttt Ulwlo WwUctmtnt lit
FaMnc of the Womb IVotuJ eon San tt or pglul
Periods Uterine or Ov rtn Tumor or Urowrti
100 Dolor In the head bscle and bowel beutat
down ftdngs nervouMMa creeping ecUne up
the 1IIae BKlKickoly dellre to ttrrouWeawhert
wesrlneal LJneyd mni Nadd er trouNei wbcrc
carted bT wNa pecullar to cur MS
I want to Kind you a complete tea daya treat
ment entirely free to prove to you thaljrou ran turj
yourself at home aluy gnlekli eMsurly Rd
member that K will colt you notWnr tr ehr tM
Are you nervous weak irritable
dont sleep well alwsys tired poor appetite nothing tastes
good you wonder what is i wrong anyway There is i some
thing radically wrong
Your ncrvons system is all run down your blood is poor
the bodily organs are not performing their functions pro
perly You need a remedy to renew your strength and
ntalitp DABENrestorative is the best remedy having
meritsw peculiarly its own to qure all nervous diseases restore lost energy and
bavingE
E womenwntkAnemtc t 1dtncies victims of late hours sad sufferers from
excesses Trial packagefree Write BarBca Co Box 139 Cleveland Ohio
YOU WILL BE PROUD
of our turnouts We can furnish you
at any time swell turnouts with sing
gle horse or team at most reasonable
terms Ojunr horscs receive the best
care and our carriages are of the
latest and best styles Private teams
are boarded by the week at low
rates
THE TULLY LIVERY CO
Incorporated
Fourth and Kentucky Avenue
Both phones 47C
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new subscribers we find it necessary
to issue a new directory at once
0 Copy for this directory will gotto
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IYF
KEKP PEACE WITH
PUBLIC I OPINION
SenatorEltctltoot Tolls How
to Keep DowN War
Founded orrjHstlroioCtlcpcc lie De
clares lit Banquet Attended Ily
XoUtl Diplomats
THE TRUE IIAIO PRIXCITIVE
PeacoiSoclety
Society ot New York brought to
gether around the banquet table at
the Hotel Astor last night a notable
gathering of men prominent In notional
tional state and city affairs Tho
dinner was In honor of Senatorelect i
Root of New York and Joseph II
Choato was the toastmaster Presi I
dentelect Taft Governor Hughes
night Honorable James Bryce Brit t
ish ambassador Baron Kogoro Talta
hlra ambassador from Japan and
Joaquin Xabuco llrnzlllan ambassa
dor were speakers and th6 guests
numbered about eight hundred
Hoot In his address dwelt upon the
causes that led to war
lilt rests with the army and navy
lo make aggression and Injustice un
profitable and unattractive he said
It rests with you and mo with every
woman without struggling for tho
right of suffrage to exercise tho
powers that God has already placed
In our hands of every man In tho
exercise ot his duties political and
social to morally move conceptions
of an honorable life away front old
Ideas of savagery toward now Ideas
of civilization of humanity In their
progress gradually to the supreme
Idea of Christianity
Ieaco founded 1 on Justice
Pence can never be except as It
In I founded ui > in Justice and It rosJs
with us In our own country to see to
It that the Idea or justice preraPa
and prevail against the declaration
of the demagogue against tho Ill
timed exhortation of the politician
against hot temper of mob anSI of In
considerate
The speaker here recounted a num
ber of causes that lead to war and
continued tho gentlemen who Intro
duced Into tle legislature of Call
fornia Montana and Nevada legisla
tion regarding treatment of Japanese
In these slates doubtless had no con
ception of < the fact that they Were
giving to that nation of gentlemen
Ioot hers scholars and Scientists of
statesmen n nation worthy of chal
lenging and receiving the respect
honor and hotaago of mankind him
Injury by an Insult that would bring
on private war In any private rela
tion id our own country Thank
heaven wiser heads and sounder
hearts Instructed and enlightens
upon true nature of proceedings pre
Tailed and overcame Inconsiderate
and thoughtless
thoughtlessBut
But a few days ago a mbmber of
thdi house of representatives with no
othcV r apparent purpose than to make
himself prominent by an attack upon I
an American charge upon the chief j
magistrate of the little republic of
ofI
I Panama fraudulent conspiracy with
regard to the contract upon negotia
lion by the government of hat coun
try regarding the forests of Panama
All Panama was Instantly alive with
just Indignation
Matter of Public Opinion
This Insult was felt all the more
keenly because woo with our nlntey
millions and our great navy and
army presented an overwhelming and
Irresistible force with a little republic
Whose sovereignty wo r are bound
trebly bound In honor tof maintain
and respect There are things that
maker for war and it you would make
peace you will frown on them con
demn them ostracise and punish by
all social penalties men who aru
guilty of them until It Is understood
nrttlt that an Insult to friendly
fdrolgn power Is a disgrace to the In
Buller upon level with crimes that
we denounce and for which we In
filet disgraceful punishment by law
Now this i is a subject for you to
deal with The government cannot
reach It iaws cannot control It Pub
lic opinion public sentiment mart
deal with it and when public opinion
has risen to that height all over the
world that people of every country
treat the people of every other coun
try with that human kindness that
binds home communities together
tOlctherTo
THE WELLINGTON HOTEL
CHICAGO
ipor Wabash Ave Jackson tflrd
Remodeled at a cost ot f 160000 i
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Hot and cold running water and long
distance phone la all rooms 200 I I
rooms 100 with baths Stoglo or en
suite Rates f 100 and upwards
One of tho most unique dining rooms
In the country Oar famous Indian
fofe Noted for twice and cmUlne
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I MCLOiTOCK A BAYFPBLDi Prop
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Your Neighbors Can Tell You I
7Nd doubt if you yourself dont know of many marvelous cures of Stomach Liver Blood and Skirt aWtions that Have
been made by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for it has a most successful record of over 40yeari
These CURES embrace also many bad cases of Weak Lungs llncrln j <
Gouhs Bronchial Throat and Lung affections some 61 which no doubt
5i would rave run Into Consumption had they been neglected or > badly
trcated < lfcedonlt mean to say that the Golden Medical Discovery Will 1
cure Consumption when fully seated but It will strengthen weak lunik
Improve digestion and make pure rich red blood thereby overcoming and 4
casting diseaseproducing bacteria and giving robust vigorous health
All particulars about the Discovery1 lis composition and uses in i Common Sense Medical i
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Behind Dr Pi TC 3 Medlciaea
stands the IrlJdaf Hotel mad Stir
gtctl Institute at Butttlo thor
oughly equipped mad with a Start
of Skilled fifc ataMrt td frut the
more ditticvtJt cur of Chronic
diseases f littler requiring Med
icsl or Surgical mJdU for tlteir
cure Seed for tn
INVALIDS atnas BOOK
BILLY SUNDAY IN
HOT CHURCH FIGHT
Whipped in Ills New Spring
field Tabernacle
H
ClioIr and Ink of Aiullonco Continuo
i HlnkxB Wlilii Kxlittllplayer l
I Idtnngelist
BUHDUKS AN 1IUTK iLLiNOiSAN
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Springfield tit Feb 27Rev W
A Sunday better known as Billy
Sunday former baseball playernow
an evangelist waft horsewhipped
by a man at tho Sunday Taber
nacla where In tho presence of
SVMO persons he wan conducting tho
opening meeting of n revival
The evangelist had just made his
opening remarks and was leaning
against the pulpit on tho elevated
platform white If hymn was sung by
his tholpearler when II man who said I
his name was Sherman Pttttt sprang
otwardlwltha buggy whip and struck
Sunday Jevernl terrific blows
Siinilay Girl Ihttllo
Sunday leaped I from the platform
and dashed at his assailant whom he
knocked down In the center of the
aisle The audience was on the verge
of panic with women weeping and
children screaming while Potts and
Sunday rolled and ti tnbled In tho
aisle The choir and the audience
however continued to sing and quiet
was soon restored Several men seiz
ed Potts and they held him until a
policeman came and tookhlm to Jail
The prisoner said his homo was
near Lovlngton 111 According to hid
statements at the jail he was onco
declared Insane and committed to the
Jacksonville asylum whenco after d
brief confinement he was released as
cured He said he came to Spring
field from Efecatur today to horsewhip
Sunday that he had purchased the
whip In I Springfield and went to the
tabernacle early He made the at
tack ho said Iri I defense of the virtue
of a woman which he declared had
been criticized 1 > y the evangelist
The police say Potts Is a religious
fanaticONLY
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FIItEUBY TOUIStVUTlll IT AT
OSnUltN
neUhl WnJ < Against Vlrtlmu C Clnt
and Powder Itiirmil Ills
Gnriitcnt
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Only one ehot was fired when Hor
ace B Osburn was killed by Louis
Kutrell according to tho evidence
given ebforo the coroners Jury yester
day aftornoon Two empty sheila
were found In the revolver and It wag
thought that one shot went wild but
It has been learned that the hammer
was carried on the empty shell to
prevent an accidental discharge Wit
nesses testified that the shot was
muffled and the Jury made an exam
ination of the clothing The over
coat of Fntr H was examined as U I
was thought the pistol war concealed
In the pocket when fired but that
proved erroneous The coat of Os
born wag examined and a hole about
two Inches In diameter was burned In
it showing that the barrel of < the pie
tol had been thrust agalnet Osburn
The witness testified to hearing loud
talking and that Osburn had hold of
Louts Putrell leadtca him out of tho
door when Futrell shot
I The vonlici t iras We the Jury
empaneled to Inquire Into the cause
of the death of H D Osburn whose
bcdy lies before us find from the ev
denc that be came to hit death In
Paducab Ky February 25 t1909 as
the result ot a iIIltol i l baIt shot from J 1 I
to WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr K V Pierce
President No GG3 Main Street Buffalo NY
Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are little in size but great in gentle
acting sanitary results cure constipation ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS
Sour Somach
air eaefnatditealxanewmta lhar
Lnaaefftrtrtrmd7eyeMIIadeoqrelanaea
for ba loaf I two y anq tsl I Lo itklaf pdl
tin and olhtr Jroc boltoold 6ml M > nil < < omit
tor a j o tint rarf nrocinuii < i teacantaq
nr frl nd > Cs tbC only tntiit fur Indlnttloo a4
1Gb numb and M ku tea bowl 1 1a good eOD
4UIOB Tliir an tell isle test
harry Slutkltr slaaek Chunk Po
If You Dont Know
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Beat for I
The Dowels
M1 raltUbU Polnl Tnu Vwnl Do i
tl1l1e fu wan or llripe lee Ise iu sue
dd IF a vYYYIti iIJttl
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UgrNd to n or
Sterling RrmrJjr Co ChUaco or NY 394
ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES
pistol In the hands of a young man
said to be Louis Futrell I D Wil
cox E D Bell Robert Boswoll W
T Byrd K P Hill and J J Mills
TIIUHi MOHR DUY
Flftyllvo KiiliHiiiH Will Ito 1iimil to
Close
Indianapolis Ind Feb 27 Tho
great eponderanccr l of the temper
ance sentiment In the rural counties
countiesIwaa
Iwna again demonstrated when three
countlosrotcd dry under the coun
ty local l option lair by majorities
ranging from 800 to 2000 making
a total of 23 counties that have now
voted under the law with only I one to
vote wet
Tho three counties voting arc Far
cite Fountain and Hendrlcks none
of them having a city of any consid
erablo size ajid all having heretofore
used the remonstrance Itfw effectively
In the towns however remonstrance
often failed and they have now ban
ished tho saloons with the help of
the country districts A total of 55
saloons ore affected by tho results
Quite n Dlrfrrcitre III HoMilU
Pndorflwckl gets C0 JO when ho
splits a finger nail the ordinary mtin
gets a bit of a rag and a Molding lv
stupidity when ho smashes his thumb
hanging pictures for hilt wlfoNew
York World
Rats d Mice
Drive them out of the house
to die with
Stearns Electric
Rat and Roach Paste
IVforiey back if it fails
Sox box ate Wot box lfea SbM erenwbera
or cent uprna prepaid oa receipt 01 price
TURNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO CHICAGO ILL
Standard rimedr Idr Gfelt
Oonowhea and RUlln11lfl
IN 4S HOURS cnt RW
I eel and Bladder rnuble
511
Rubbing I
ROIL I
For Rheumatism Articu
tar or Muscular
Gout Sciatica or Lum
Lumbago
Neuralgia or Neuralgic
Pains
PainsIs
Is the
only remedy that we
guarantee to give you entire
satisfaction or we give you
Youback
back your money
All kinds of Inflammation
and Swelling
All kinds of Aches and Pains
All kinds of Soreness and
Stiffness quickly disappear
when UEXALL RUBBING OIL b i
applied
Twentyfive Cents
CentaI
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City Transfer Co
tc L 1 Vn Meter Manager
All Kind of Hauling Second
and Washington Streets
Warehouse for to lo
B th Phone 439
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INDE I ENPENT > > saAIR co eulLDERS
FALSE TEETH
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DO you wear artificial teeth Are they satisfactory to tit
Can4ouioat with them and do they fall when tnlkintw
All of those trouble can be avoided
WE AUK IV THEPUVTK burinCwi We can hop you out of
thIs trouble Wo do nothing but make plates
We want you to know of this great Invention of Dr 13 0
Stamper which enabceus to make plate for nrtinalat 1 hell but of
pure ALUMINUM tho lightest of nil metals and makes tho bOlt
plates known Wo want you to como and find out all about UWBC
fine plates Wo havo n good proposition to every one who needs any
thing In the plato Ihie
Dr Stamper the Inventor df the process of casting aliimlmim
pintos IB bur consulting dcnthtt t and hd will give you all the lilform
I
atlon you want Telephones Old 420 Now 430 or call at olfleo I
205 TratefnUy building Paducah Your for service
CAST ALUMINUM PLATE CO
Inrorpor lr < t
Factory 405 Fraternity Dldg PadQcab Ky
For Highest Cash Market Price Bring Your
t O B A C C O
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Bo timers Warehouse
9th HarrIson Pudticah Ky E 1 Old Phone 72
Empty hoohoBila furnUhtd ree to parties
wishing to hlpthilrlobacco by rail qr river
Tobacco is unloaded in large flat baskets each grade td
itself weighed and receipt given owner jjhpwing number of
draft and pounds thereof A corresponding ticket is placed on
t each pile The highest bid is written on ticket and should
owner accept same by presenting at office receipt previously
given the cash is banded over
Should the bid offered not be satisfactory the tobacco can
be offered the next day or at any other time thereafter
It costs absolutely nothing to offer your tobacco unless bid
is accepted in which case we charge 15 cents per hundred pounds
14 j and 2 centfi tin thedollar
The greatest demand among manufacturers and dealers is for
loostdbdcco and since it will bring more money offered
loose why go to tho expense of having prized stored insured
insuredt t
You will get more money for gout tobacco when offered to t
the highest bidder in open competition with twentyfive buyers
trying to buy than when you expect or require one buyer to buy
millions of pounds without competition at a round price
SALES EVERY DAY
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