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THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN
AFTEtixoojr AJn WEEKLY
SUN PUnLISIIIKG COMPANY
Incorporated I I
F M FISIIBn Prc ld nt
hlentI I
E J PAXTON General Manager
Entered at the postomce at Paducah
Ky at second class matter I
scnscniPTioY HATESI
TUB DAILY sUN
By Carrier per week 10
By Hall per month In advance ZS
By Mall per year In I1dnnce3001
Tim WEEKLY BUY
For year by mall postage Pl1ldUOOI
Address TIlE SUN Paducah Ivy I
Omce 115 South Third Phone 881
Editorial Itoomii I
Old Phone 337 New Phone 8881 1
New York Office Payne YounG 36
West Thirtythird Street
Chicago Office Payne Young 7471
748 Marquette Bldg
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SATCIIDAY SOVEMIJEK 20
Dally Thought
Thank God every morning when
you got up that you have something
to do that day which must be done
whether you llko It or not Being
forced to work and forced to do your
best will breed In you temperance
and selfcontrol diligence and
strength of will cheerfulness and l
content and a hundred virtues which
theldle never know Charles
Ju10wCharleslKingsley
The river roso a little last night
Somebody must have spilled yeast
yeastlin II j
The way of a man with a maid I i
Manuel of Porugal at the critical I j
moment refused to abandon his misI 1
tress to preserve his throne and j
George of England at the critical II
moment abandoned his wife and the
mother of his children to gain a 1
throne
throneME o
MEN DIE WHO CANT TAKE A
JOKE
A sense of humor often saves a
situation the lack ot it occasionally
proves tatalI I
The day before yesterday sailors
of the Brazilian navy mutinied and
stole the ships from the harbor at
Rio Janlero Three officers of the
navy lacking that respect for theI I
majority which Is the corner stone
t
of all representative governments adn
laying too great confidence on their 1
rank to offset their disparity in I
numbers feH dead before the on L I
slaught of the mutineers In Brazil I
as in all well regulated republics the i I
civil authority is superior to the mil i
itary and congress immediately demanded
ek
manded that the ships be put back
where the sailors got them The
sailors agreed to if they were grant
ed a vote of amnesty by the congress
from punishment for mutiny and
murder The civil authorities not
to bo outdone by the military in I
showing their desire for a return o it
peace and prosperity to the nation
naCeln1passed
passed the resolution by a unanimous
vote and the mutineers returned
the ships As for the officers who
resisted the men it serves them
right if they couldnt take a Joke
o
A NEGLECTED OPPORTUNITY
Farmers of McCracken county
who missed the In + ltute held hero >
yesterday and today lost an oppor
tunity to acquire professional Inform
ation which a doctor lawyer mer
chant or manufacturer would not t
have lost were it in his line at any
sacrifice He would feet that he
could not afford to lose it Of course
there is this to stimulate the pro
fessional or business man he ball
competition to meet and if be per
mlts his competitor to secure the ad
vantage of information and exper
ience which he Is dented he quickly
feels the loss of revenue
The farmer has no such competi
tion to meet and yet his loss is Just
as material The difference between i I
ten bushels to the acre and thirty
bushels to the acre is a dead loss of
twenty bushels to the acre if the i I
farmer by attending the Institute i
could learn a method of raising thir
ty bushels to the acre whereas by
failing to attend he raises only ten
Breeding of stock breeding of corn
cultivation of land soil analysis r0
tation of crops market study and In
tensive farmIngall these are ques
tions with which the farmer of today
needs to acquaint himself if he is to
fulfill Ms duty of feeding the nation
and Incidentally reap the full profit i
of his tillage
Our distinguished representative
Eugene Graves was quoted as say I
ing on the floor of the legislature at 1
the last session while assisting In tho I
obsequies of an agriculture in the 1
public schools bill that any seven I
yearold boy reared on a farm knows I
more about agriculture than all these
profesors put together Yet the
fact remains that the seven year old
boys pap and grand pap and great
grandpap farmed just alike and un I
der their ministrations the land went J
down In productivity from forty to I
thirty twentyfive twenty fifteen 1
ten bushels to the acre while these 1
professors by actual demonstration
have taken the same land and within
five years produced on it as heavy
crops of better quality as ever I
greatgrandpap raised when tho land I
was new
If It were only tho individual farm
ers who lost by their neglect of this c
opportunity we would sty nothing I
bull the very tact that the state of j
J > 1
MILLION FOR TUBERCULOSIS l
>
A million for Tuberculosis Is
the slogan of tho 1910 Red Cross
Christmas Stamp campaign as announced
nounoed by the National Association
for tho Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis and tho American Red
Cross Every AntiTuberculosis as
sociation nnd other organizations In
terested In the prevention of tubercu
losls is urged to cooperato in this
movement
Two features of tho sale this year
are unique and will bring consider
able capital to the tuberculosis fight
ers The American Red Cross is to
Issue and furnish tho stamps as in
former years but this organization
will work In close cooperation with
the National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuber
culosis which body will share In the
proceeds of the sales Tho charge to
local nsroclatlons for tho use ot tho
national stamps has been reduced
also from 20 per cent to 1 11 > per
cent which will mean that 87 > 4 per
cent of the gross proceeds from the
sales go to local work
Tho stamps arc to be designated
as Rod Cross Seals this year and
Kentucky sees fit to maintain a de
partment of agriculture and expert
ment stations and sends these experts
to lecture tp the farmers Is evidence
that the whole Kate Is materially
Interested Our wealth is agricult
ural The greater and better crops i
tho farmers raise the better off wo
cropsIthe I
around Paducah the rlchr Paducah i
IJ and the greater the opportunity of
citizenst
If we thought the apathy manifested
IIIe
ed toward this farmers institute
Indicated tho eontlmcnt of tho rural
community + wo should have to con
code that In one respect at least
Eugene Graves Is truly ropreeenta
roprelCntaII
iiUvedt his district bot < wo hope for
better things This institute was
not well advertised The press stands
willing to do its duty and to use aH
the advance Information we can
gather to arouso Interest in tho Institute
inIstitute
The program wasnt given to too
public until 36 hours bpfore the In
ttltute A campaign to arouse in
latest in tho affair should have been
started at least tlx weeks before
hand The Evening Sun offer its
columns for that purpose next time
eland if > we are Informed far enough
In advance we hall take the matter
into our own hand
rln
COMMON SENSE AND WATER
WATTS
President Kavanaugh of the lakes
tothegulfdeepwaterway dream
will accomplish little by abusing
President Taft because he thinks the I
deepening and widening of the rivers r
of more immediate importance than
constructing a canal from Lake thanJ J
igan to the Gulf of Mexico Chicago I
and New Orleans people and the rall
road Interests greatly prefer that the
government should begin the ex
pendlture of hundreds of millions of
dolars digging that canal Tho for
Idoliars I
mer realize it will greatly benefit
then and the railroad interests think
it will prevent tho government cx
pending sums necessary to make tho i
Mississippi river system navigable
the year around
Until the Ohio Tennessee and
Cumberlnd rivers ae canalized from
Knoxville Nashville and Pittsburgh
to Cairo this government will not
appropriate the money necessary to
dig a canal from Chicago to few Or
leans That would be about as wise
as the policy of McOracken county
permitting the gravel roads to go to
pieces while it builds more in other
sectloni
President Taft with great common
sense and courage plainly told the
lakestothegulf people that ho fav
ors the canalization of the Ohio and
Its tributaries first Kavanaugh at
the waterways convention at St
Louis yesterday decla + ed that the
president is partial to tho Ohio be
cause ho lives on it Whether he is
or not he has sufficient reason to
prefer the Ohio project regardless
of personal sentiment and thats all
there Is to it
o
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STATE PRESS
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The Only One Who Cnn J
Hon John 1C Hondrlck candidate
for the Democratic nomination torI
governor spent Saturday afternoon
and I Sunday with Murray friends J
Mr Hendrlck Is pleased with tho proj j
gross he is making In his race and
has good reports from all over the
state The Impression Is growing j
that Mr Hendrlck is the logical can
dldate and the very man to defeat
tho Republican nominee Calkway
Gazette
Boost for Itnhblnfl
If Judge J E Robbins will con
sent to serve the people of Graves
Hlakman and Fulton counties JiSI I
Kate senator ho can gfct the nomina
tion and be elected without anyI
trouble Mayfield Messenger
c
lluby Wall Cleaned
lion Ruby Laffoon a prominent t
attorney at law of Mndlsonvlllo
Hopkln county Ky was in the city n
last Saturday shaking hands with
some old friends and making new II I
ones preparatory for landing tho
Job of state treasurer of Kentucky n
jwo years hence Mr Laffoon was f J
t j 4v v > i fc Pi
<
are to bo placed on tho back of let
ters Instead of on tho front
The National Conference of Tuber
culosla Secretaries Is also cooperat
ing and through its President air
Jobn A Kingsbury of New York
has issued l a Jotter calling upon all
state and local nntltuborculosls as
poclatlons to unite with the National
Association for the Study and Pre
vention of Tuberculosis and tho
American Red Cross in the solo of
Christmas seals and the extermina
tion of tuberculosis Every effort
will be made to discourage tho use
of local seals and to cncourago the
distribution of the national ones
It Is expected that over 430 anti
tuberculosis associations nnd hun
dreds of chapters of the American
Red Cross in very state of the Union
will unite in the sale of Christmas
seals
ecalsAll
All who are willing to assist ra
this campaign are urged to com
municate at once with the nearest
local or state antituberculosis asso
elation or with the National Assoda
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis
tho nominee of tho Democratic party
for state auditor when the Republi
can landslide swept the state two
years ago Mr Lagoon thinks the
oft house has been sufficiently clean
ed and fumigated Ho Is every Inch
a manUs powerful and brainy
nnd since he was given a nomination
once before for a state office that Is
sufficient to say ho is qualified and
is made of tho right kind of stuff
Ballard 1 Yeqman
YeqmanThe
Tho Carrier llor
A Kentucky newspaper has been
keeping tab on its carrier boys for
many years and it finds that about
alb of them have made good citizens
and successful men of affairs Some
of them have climbed to high places
in the business world and others are
occupying reason ble positions of
public and private trust
Probably every newspaper in tho
country which employs its own car
rlers could point to a similar record
if any attempt tad been made to
keep track of the carriers that bang
come and gone It requites a boy of
energy and grit to make an accept
able and successful carrier It is no
easy ob and the boy that bail not the
requisite qualltle does not stick to It
long On the contrary the boy who
faithfully delivers his papers Jn sum
mer and In winter in sunshine and
in storm on holidays and circus days
and other days Is A boy with the
right sort of stuff In him Such a
boy may be depended upon in his
later years to fulfill a mans part In
any field of action whereon he may
eee proper to engage for the strug
gle of life It stands to reason that
the boy who holds up faithfully In a
situation of this kind for any extend
ed pried will be well equipped for
meeting and taking responsibility and
for overcoming obstacles that he may
encounter in his mature years All
honor to the faithful carrier Cour
ierJournal
Ilar7ouraalHeard
Heard in the Lobby
Mr Richard Clements of the firm
of R D Clements company will
return tonight to Los Angela Cal
where he will spend the winter for
the benefit of his health This fall
Mr Clements spent some time In the
west and hIs health Improved so
rapidly that he ret coed to Paducah
several weeks ago and arranged his
business so that hd could spend the
entire winter In California Mrs
Clements Is already lr Los Angeles
PALMER HOUSED R Strain
Peorla C A Summers Louisville
n A Gregory Buffalo R If Brayn
Chicago Ruby Laffoon Madlsonville
J F Vaught Chattanooga W A
Huffman Louisville Q M Green
NashvilleBELVEDEREW
Mayfield
field R J Waters Kuttawa W
Schllnkert Centralla J C Yates
Dradfordsvllle George A Alllston
Grnlmmvllle Dick Porter Clinton
R J Patton Lexington C D Had
field Paris Ill
NEW RICHMOND J F Heath
Birmingham A M Sills Model
DrookportThomns
Thomas Gilbert Golconda C M
Davis Roseclalre Ill Georgo Ham
ilton Birmingham J T Corlls Me
tropolles Emmet Darrow Madel
TennST
ST NICHOLAS W B Leon
Lexington
ton Ky II Hamilton Murray D
E Lovett St Louis L S Burton
Murray E T Carnngle Covlngton
Ind It L McDaniel Denton
George Rue Hamilton O
Kerituc1c Kernels
Glasgow has real estate boom
Central state football champion
Murray wants government build
ing
ingLucy
Lucy Hannor 0 killed by auto in
Louisville
LouisvilleW
W T White Union veteran sul
cldd at Lexington
Miss Xnvler Burch Davless coun
ty killed in runaway
Mn Mollie Lacey dies ot pneu
monia at Hopkins lie
Mrs Ora Stepleton Louisville
Imagine burglars and shoots herself
Calloway Fair association exoner
atoll of gambling charge by grand
Jury k
I eL17eWMe r wNM
1Ii iI CHURCHES
i TTT TTTT fl
lllI11
GRACE CHURCH Tho Rev D
C Wright rector Holy communion
70 n m This is the last commun
ion service tho rector will have and
be asks ovory communicant to bo I
present If posMble Sunday school 1 I
at 930 Morning prayer and sermon I
by the rector 1045 Evening pray
er and sermon 730 Tho Rev C
S Quln rectorolect will be prewnt
at the services tomorrow but will
not preach
notprenohOOOD
GOOD SHEPHERD HOUSE The I
Rev E 0 McAMlster pastor Sun
day school 1I3Pn m Evening
prayer and sermon 730 p m No
morning services as all are Invited to
Grace church to hear the farewell
sermon of the Rev D C Wright
Monday at 730 p In there will be
n business meeting of the Athlallo
club Mens Bible dam meets Wed
nesday evening at 730 oofoak All I
1C years old and over cordially in
sited
i T
Curls t Inn
THNTH STREET Tho Rev 0 D
Wyatt pastor Bible school at 930
a m Preaching at IOn a m Sub
ject Guard Well Ttiy Thoughts
Evening sermon 7XO Subject A
Dreadful Mistake Made by a Young
ManPIRST
PIRST Tbo Rev W A Fite JMia
tar Suijfda Kclujot at aio n m
Preaching by the pastor at 10 U a
m and 7iO II m At the morning
servico Mr Emmett Baby will ring
Tho Sovereignty of God by Allltt
ven Special music at vveutag JWT
vice
Methodist
THIRD 6TRBKT T Rev J U
Pearson pasto SatHtoy noel at
980 a me Preaching at 11 A m i
3 p 1 m and 716 p m by the Itev
A C holder D D of ShlvtK > rt
111
LITTLBVILLK Iler E M I Petc I
will preach at 11 a m and 710 p
in
FOUNTAIN AVENUIIThe Rt r
Paul B Joffaraon pastor Sttnday
eohool at 930 a m PreaohMia at
1015 a maad 7 IV P m by Ute
Rev W J Mocoy presiding elder
BROADWiASY Th Row 0 T
Sullivan pastor Sands eohool and
Bible claps atSiSO am Preachhoc
at 1045 a m by the pastor Subject
of sermon Gods Expectations and I
Promltog Bpworth League at CX I
p m Evening rvce at 79O p m
Address by thgtastor follewwl by an
t
Initallatien service of the offlajala ot r
the church Every offietal la ti d I
to be praaant SfKxlal musts 2 > jr ke
choir Public cordially welcome
i Presbyterian
FIRST The Rov 1L W Burw 41
pastor Sabbath school 910 a m
Preaching at 1045 a m and 7M 1 I
p m by the pastor
KENTUCKY VB nETbe ReT
E B Laadla pastor Sunday ttci o J I
at 930 a m Preaching at Uk4l
a m and 730 p m by the RCY
William A Province D D of Nash
vlllo Morning subject The Sab
bath School a New Valuation Evan
Ing subject Sabbath School Mission
ary work of the Preabytorlan I
ChurchCUMDERLAXDThe
CUMBERLAND The Rev D W
Fooks porter Preaching at 11 a m
and 730 p m Morning subject
The Spirit Filled Life Text Bph
319 That Yd Might Bo PWlod With I
All the Pullnesi of God Tho morn
ing sermon will be delivered bgr Dr
Fooks and the efeutng sermon will
be by the Rev Peter H Field
Christian Endeavor 615 p m
German
LUTHERAN Tho Rev William I
Grothor pastor Sunday school at 1
930 a m No morning preaching
Tho Rev Grothor will preach at St
Matthews church In the county
Evening sermon at 745 oclock by
tho pastor Subject Behold fThy
King Cometh Unto Thep I
UNITY FVANGELICAL The
I Rev H M WIewcko muter Run
How Dollars Grow
Seeds never grow until planted
Dollars do not increase unless they
are set to work earning Interest If
you wish to have a fortune grow
you would set your dollars to work
by opening an account at our bank
Backed by a bank book you are in
dependent of tho whole world You
need ask favors of nobody if you
have n comfortable sum In tho bank
Resolve to make yourself Independ
ent by starting an account now A
dollar or two will do
THE FIRST NATIONAL mi
Will bo Pleased to Have
Your Account
OAPITAL 160000
SUKPLUI y A Ml 1 W OOO
day school 930 a m Preaching at
1046 A m and fall communion
service Sermon appropriate for
service Preaching at 730 p m
Subject of sermon ° Thy King Com
ethAn Advent Message Installa
lion of now oincors at morning hour
Itnptlst
FI11ST The nov M E Dodd
pastor Sunda school at 930 a m
Preaching at 10H5 a m and 730
p m Morning subject Storms of
Life evening subject Judgment
The ordinance of baptism will 11 ad
mlnM red at the evening hour Per
sonal workers meet at 7 p m Sun
day Dodd society insets 3 p m Mon
day at llnpttet hoarquartefs
NORTH TWELFTH STUHKT
The Itev J II Clark pastor Sun
day school at 930 a m Sunday
school In Ilowtandtown 3 p in
PrenohJng at 11 a m and 7 p m by
the pastor
aslerChHlunn
ChHlunn Science
Services at Three Asks building
FUtto street and Kentucky avenue
11 a m Sunday school at 930
Wetfaoniay ronlng at 730 AH are
cordially Invited l
larlt4tdlmrrli
Clmirli tiles
The oyster supper given by the la
dtat of the Good Shepherd Joamio 2 on
TkaakaglvlRg eve was a dlaMnut e
clad success About ICO people ware
prwent at the Good Shepherd House
Arcadia The supper wee gluon un
der DM Ientalp l of IK J K
Lass and proved their mrleaq ami
added to their reputation a good
cooks
Dr W Nnt A Pravlaa of Nash
vile one of the leading sues In Ihu
departmeBt + of Sabbath Mheol aNd
mtailOMfT work will Ite at Ute aNdI I
tueky ATotH Presbyterian church
tomorrow morning awl craning The I
pastor the Her LaaUtf Is I in lad
ana
anaThe
The Rer Cllntoa S QtilB Of Louisa
viie < e tfee west of Mr and Mrs I
Ctiartea K 1 Wheeler over Suadajr
Mr Quill bas bes called to the rtw
tonfelp of Grace cinrefa to tu ecd
IIbe Err D C Wright but tea oat
as yet annouaeed his > deoWoB
The Tenth Street Cbrtrtta Chun
nibto school eoareaw at 910 a m
and a lure tttndaa a I expects
iBriar your IllMw and orT rlR for
American mission If yau dld < not
laat Sunday Invite your frteBda J
K Beechnut anpettetwdmt
The Rev P D Jiffawoa NeW pas
tor of the FcwatalB Avenue Metho
dist ebon b will Ml his jwilpU for
the ftnt time axt Sunday He left I
yesterday for his homo In Martla
Tenn and will r Urn Matt week
Th Itev Georg W Baalta will
willt
tatter pan of next week
TIIeCd octet ot UIe Tenth
Street Christian church will I met
with Mrs Calloway 809 Jones atraet
Monday afternoon at 2M ooJock
ohar school at Kpworth ralwton
abUt aaj FlndViy atreatt Sunday
afternoon at 1 oclock The school
bae bM closed for roroyil 1 week OB
aooount of not having a suitable
IflHtiiBft 1
IflHtiiBftJ Home Mission society of the
6Breada y MMbodlct eh u ret will mM
oa Monday afternoon at 3 oolcwk IB
the ladle i parlor at the dnirch
Then
The Horn Mission society of Uio
Fountain A > mte Methodist ctwrah
3I
r OCt with Mn J n Alive 1641
HarrlMtn street
1 I A1 11 11 11 11 11
1 11 II L II IM1 1 I j
Velvet Slippers noel Shoes make
makeA
AT ROCKS
I IY IY IY 11 1 W 111 I Ir Ir 11 1 V IIw11 11 11V
sr
Monroe Thompson of Lone Oak
county road supervisor la ill of
pneumoniaTlilMM1i
ENm
TIIIH STOCK AT END OP Sl ASOX
IMIICiW HATS WHICH BOM
iticriamv VHOM 1100 TO
9750 XOW POI 8100 JIHS K
It MILKS niO IHtOADWAV
One might fltht a Ie and still not
follow the tuth
Afflictions mark the difforonoM be
weon Iron and itael 1
Have an Oil Heater
To take off tho clilll when It is
too uurm to Imvo tlio fiinmco
going AVo have them lint are
as pittty all n picture take very
little oil and are KiiuranUcd to
bo free from smoke and Nmcll
fallll1ylan
Imvo colds Also let us sell
yon your coal oil Wo deliver
It to t your homo
Wo also hove Coal and Wood
HANK Stoves BROS
SIS Broadway
yBoW Phoafw100 e
PECULIAR CASE I
HKAIX TltOUIIIK KXI us MlIJ OK
SIDNKY IvUMY
III I
Had Interested Plij lelaiw for Two
Venn Soet Ion Juu Dies
After a two years lllnew of a
peculiar brain trouble Sidney Roll I
40 years old died yesterday after
noon at his home at Kartnlngton
Tho funeral nnd burial took plnoo
this afternoon at IJoaoh Grove the
Ilev D W Fooks olllclatliiBi assist 1
fed iy the Ilev K 11 Rudolph The
II1UM8 of Mr holly I has been thou
physi
cause of much study among
clans and ho has been a clinic bo
fore medical societies Ho Is cur
vlved by a wife nnd throe surI
a sister who resides at Farmlngton
nnd two brothers Hd Kelly of
Knrmlngton nnd Hobort Kelly of
Mississippi Mr Kelly l was nn oldar
In the Cumberland Prosbytertnn
church and n man well respected nt
his puma Ho was n innmbir of the
Odd Fellows and tho Modern 1Vu ° d
own of America
Die of llrnrt Trtiulilf
Polar Caruso 10 years old an
Italian section band for the Jlllnola
Central railroad nt Milan Tonn
died last night nt 71i oolock at
the Illinois Lentrnl hospital after nn
illness Of heart trouble Ho entered
the hospital several days ago and
ho gradually grew wore Tho body
wits rumovad to the morgue of
Nttnco Rogers whore the funeral
was held at 8 ooloek this afternoon
the Hev Father Connolly et the
St Francis de Sales Catholic church
eKctatlng Burial was In Ml Car
MD tematery at S oclock Caruios
house was at Mllllngton T nn RIll
It Is not known whether lie has any
relativeVimerol
Iuncrol of Mm llolln
The funeral services of Mrs T W
Bolln who died at Riverside hoe
pital Tuesday will be hold Monday
afternoon at 9 oclock at Oak throve
cemetery The HOT J P Riley will
oHlclnl Burial will be In the rrmo
tery Tho body of Mrs llolln has
been lying at the morgue of lance
Rogers Sixth street and Broad
way
IAA 111 A I 1 4s7441 M 11 1
A Slilnoln Ouint Brush DniilnT
noel IMIIMi Wc AT HOCKS
Make n lino Xmas trroent
W W 1 Y1 1 4p1
av aw i +
r RAILROAD NOTES s
r
Tbe regular meeting ot the Plain
City Lodge of Machinists waa iU
last Blftfct at Uw Central Lobes hell
Present at Ute meeting waa Mr D W
Ilotorleta of ObtaftSjO Imatnaa silent
of the mMfclftlKtt Vftlto at the
me t1sM Mr Itotortek an o Boi
that he hud realigned u tmaUKM
altt and that it was his farewell
visit to the Patlueah lodg la I an of
fletal oapaeity
A H Hjjan MfMrlftlwdeat A F
Tues roadmoMer of LoHtorlUc
and L U McCabe aaslnUit wrp rln
teadMt of tile IouUrllle division of
the Illlaois CaBtrsl railroad were IB I
the cty today on a regular iBipac
tlon trip I
IF ITS nir A Iuucur
IuucurWhy pill
I will euro that 10 cent Quarantecd
riLnteedby
by all dructclit
Mr and Mrs C W Jester of
Kovll were in tho city shopping yes
torday
MrJ 9 Bondurant retqrucd last
evening from Danville Tnn
r The Weather n
liirtviMl fur IIl1iUIII t
MIN 1 ullli inlii tonight < > r Hmxliy
vnnitcr tonight cadet In trg lfrii
11tllllI sundry7eng5rnduro14518
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Character and true quality
arc admirably blended In
the splendid overcoats
whicharc being sli8vi
orI I
j
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Yes its easy to pay mote
for an overcoat but it
would be hard to get
mote unless you hiv
in mind some of our J25
30 and 533 models A
visit will thoroughly post
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