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MOTHERS DO YOU
IJ1OTHERS I
Ii the remedies fort wod birth the treatmesl
IDI rcmvdlet for women fa th treatniM
of bar dcllcata ortfant contain more 010
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I I D Yu Know that yon should not tab
Internally any roediclo for the pain accom
I I I pa ll Vu Know that Mothers Friend li I t
purely vegetable preparation and that It ti
applied It Ya tatcrnally Know that out Mothers Friend ll I a
calibrated prescription and that It has been
louse ever forty years and that each bottle
of tho s 0100 bear the name of Me Brad
field Regulator Co > Bradpat
I Do ya know that when yon use thla po
I f set remedy da Hag childbirth orthroniihon
the ntlr period of natation that you seal
I be fre rrr and bur healthy clave
I I children Well these things are worth knowing
7heyarb faces Ofdru < rcIIIOO Aoeepl
ant xubllltut Our book olhorhoodlrcL
I I THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO
I ATLANTA OA
VISITING HIS uLD nOME
iMR i LUTHER D YOUNG VISIT
ING RELATIVES IN PADUCAH
AND ELSEWHERE
Mr Luther D Young of Seattle
Wash ts in the city on a visit to hi
I aunt Mrs Ellen Young on Wes
Broadway Mr Young is I superinten
dent of the water plant in Seattle and
has been away from his old Ken tuck
homo for 13 years with the oxoeptlot
of a visit or two Ho will be here a
day or two and taen leave for Fnltot
and other places to visit relatives Hi
has been east for the past month
DO YOU WANT TO YAWN
Feel cold shivering aching in the
bones lack of energy headache and
great depression 1 These symptom
t may be followed by violent headache
3 high fever extreme nervousness A i
condition known as malaria Horbln
cures It Take It before the disease
gets a fair hold though it will work
a cure In any stage J A Hopkins
44Manchester Kan writes I have
used your great medicine Ilerblne
for several years There Is nothing I
better for malaria chills and fever
headache biliousness and for a
blood pnrifying tonic there is nothing
I as good COo at DuBois Kolb and
CoCALLED
CALLED TO CENTRAL CITY
I
I Mr Wm Mercer and family wore
ItMr It to Central City last night by
the death there of Mrs John S Do
t vey a sister of Mrs Mercer Mr
iJ i W Wadely a brother of the do
t ceased who had been visiting here
went with them
iIr i
Ir I I You hold the Bank hk
We hold tbe Key
t Cltluu s Up But M a Bc Yy
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r
A SATISFIED MAN
Is the man who knows that
thatf f
trrid goods It makes no
I difference if the sum Is large
or small such knowledge
brings contentment Do yon
I
save any If your earnings or
I do you belong to the large
army of spend It all If
yon dont know how to save
come to ni We can teach
yon and will be glad to de
10
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
Tktrd and Broadway
t Paducah Ky
i i
Vofrav Interest on Deposits
l
b t IIL < j
MUST BORROW MONEY
The City Administration Unable to
Pay Its Debts
Ono Dollar and Eightylive Cent Tu
Levy Inadequate to Bolster
Up Its Extravagance
MOOIT BUSINESS TRANSACTED I
The oonnollmanlo board met In reg
ular toulon last night with allmem
lien present except Councilman Jack
ionThe
The minutes of the last regular and
called meetings wore read and adoIt
ed and Mayor Teller then prcientn A
recommendation from Street Inlpector
James Eaker who reported that the
streets were In bad order and Ihat
many complaint had come In to h
on this account He recommend
that the city purchase 1000 yards of
gravel to be ipread on city lots for I
the use of the city during the wInter
gravel belag hara to secure in that
season Councilman Ilnmmel moved
that the gravel be purchased but Coun
oilman Fowler Bold that he consider
the crushed rock procured from the
Iron furnace people better for treet
purposes as it had itood the test on i
the levee and that no better teat could
possibly have been given the material
Tne former conncllmani motion wa
adopted for the purchase of the grav
oL
etA
A communication relative to the
payment of the railroad bond debt
was read from bondholder who want
ed to know what disposition had been
made to pay the debt No action w
here taken ai a resolution was laler
offered covering the point
An Invitation from the Carnegie I 11 I
wary committee for the council board
of aldermen and city officials to attend
end the laying of the cornerstone on
Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock
was read received filed and con
tarred In and the officials will atteni
The treasurers report was red It I
bowed a balance left In tho hands of
the treasurer amounting to 2838 O
after all debts had been paid The reo
port was received filed and concurred
In
The report of the joint finance con
nlttee was read received bled and
occurred In It ihowed a balance of
975817
975817L
L P Raior was allowed 3 for
work on the city fire engnO
The bill of the Democrat Pnblul
Ing Co for printing official proceed
Dgs of the coancil meetings since thac
paper was installed ai the official of
gan of the city was presented 11
mounted to C03CO The report
fated that tbo rate charged was 5
eats per line and Councilman IInm
mel wanted the matter referred to tbe
ordinance committee as that commit
tee had lately drttted an ordlnanc
governing the pay of the city printer
He thought that the commute
rould be better acquainted with the
iwi having examined them that
nghly on this point in drawing up
the ordinance After a few remark
b y several different Councilmen Mr
ummel withdrew his first motion
and moved that the matter be referre
to the council as a committee for so
on ai loon as possible The motion
wu adopted
The wharfmaiteri report showing
a collection of 12 since the last reo
polt and the back tax collector reo
port showing a collection of 3184
nee the last report were presented
received filed and concurred in
P W Brown wanted to lease four
aCrel ot the city ground adjoining the
old pest house atIO par year for t II
erlod of five years to me as a steel
lot The matter was referred to the
reel committee
Clerk Patterson read an cxpSna
try report relative to the apparen
Isercpanny In the finance commlttei
and the auditor and treasurer reo
orts
The motion to have the mayor and
joint finance committee borrow 7001
with which to pay off debts agalnt
the city was adopted
Tho following ordinances were
ought npi
Pnbllo printer ordinance providing
for the rates charged by the official for
oil y printing Tho rate per line for all
prlntld stuff shall be 8 cents per line
d 2 cents per line for every Insertion
afler the i lint has been made should
tbe printing have to be run more than
once and also that the pay for print
Ing t the abstracts from the proceedings
of the council land board of aldermen
be fixed at 00 per year Ordinance
h a fi
1
Advice to the Aged
Are briars Infirmities sucn ca slur
efih boweli weak kidneys and blid
der andTO
der and TORPID Live
Ttitt Pills
have a swtinc effect on these organs
itlmulatlnz the bowel causing them
to perform their natural functions as
In youth and
IMPARTING VIGOR
to the kidneys bladder and LIVER
They are adapted to old and young
given first readingI I
Ordinance regulating hicks and olh
er public vehicles It provided that
all hacks shall not remain standing al
any one place longer than Decease
to discharge or receive passengers anl
that each shall carry on both ildei a
lighted lamp with tho lettered lloonle
number painted thereon and the ellU
lar standing place for the hacks Ihall
be on Court street between Third and
Fourth Streets Pint reading given
Ordinance fixing the salary of the
city engineer at 1800 per year and
fixing his bond at 5000 given lint
readingAmendment
Amendment to ordinance granting
franchise to Paducah Cairo and
Northwestern railroad changing the
time in which the road began con
itrnctlon work from one year to two
years and also the provision Ihat
make the surrender of the franchise If
the work Is not begun and finished
within three yean The litter time
was extended to four yean The erdl
nanoe was given lint reading
The water company reported the es
tension of main on Ninth from Hi
band to Elizabeth street and on Cam
bell between Sixth and Seventh
streets The report was received IIled
and concurred In and the fire plug
five In number ordered recorded on
the boob of the city
It was reported that one of the gen
orators at the city electric plant hd
burned out and that 30 lights were ont
u a remit It was ordered that the
necessary repairs be mad ai icon a
possible fast the lights may be lightt
againThe
The police who are required to ke <
a record of all the lights found to be I
not burning dnrlng any part of the
night reported the following high
ontl Night of September 29 12 Ugh
out Both there were 14 on the ht
of October 21 and 57 on the night of i
the 2d and IS on the 3d and 32 on the
Ilh making a total of 160 lights Ollt
daring the week prior to the 4th of
OctoberO Gregory reported initial
made by the supervisors in his rating
and it Wall ordered that the matter bo
looked into and remedied
The report of L P Baser sewerage
age inspector was received filed And
concurred In
It was reported that the railroad
company had made a cut between tbe
pest homo and the well used in n
oaring water for the me in the pest
home and a motion to dig a new well
iras carried This was done so that
the inconvenience of crossing the deep
cut be done away with and further to
bave the water brought nearer the
souse so that less danger be caused In 1
the keeper moving about the premises
The report of Milk md Meat Inlpeo
tor Dnley was received filed and cot
tarred In
The following liquor license tram
fen were made Phil Stephen 10
Thistles Schultz saloon at 825 Wait
ngton H Znber ta J J Conway
Air on at Seventh and Trimble L 1
Clark to Acer Bros saloon at Ninth
and Boyd streets
The following saloon license war
ranted and II E Waltesldes who
las been trying to Secure a licens
or many months was Softly grant
od a license J N Bradley at 114
Court bondmen Sol Drojfnu and W
Il Bowman II E Whlteildes 104 1
3onrt bondmen Friedman and Kell
er Parrett and Co at Seventh and
rrimblebondmen Friedman and Kell
er
The motion to borrow 131100 with
which to pay off the bond ilbt wai
dopted The mayor stated that at
rat he was unable to secure the
money but had subsequently fount
hathe could readily get It
Epos Randolph of Los Angeles
Cal James L Frazier of Toledo 0
loud A T Sabin of Irvine Kyweri
leutloned as a board of examiners for
tbo city engineer Dud the motion car
ed to hare their naves placed before
the proper ones for action Under sec
ond class charters snob a board hat to
be In existence and city engineer
aiblngton will have to rndergo an
lamination before he will be quail
fI I
IJamei
James Caldwell captain vf the lo
cal military company notified the
council that such a company had been
to med and that an armory Would te
i jy
rf j
necessary and wanted tho city to fur
nigh one which is compulsory The
matter was referred to the mayor
The motion to purchase a lot from
which to secure dirt to make the tau
yard fill was lost The lot adjoin
tho tan yard fill but tho council
councilI I
thought It could get a better prop
ittlon The lot would have celt thl
city 300 or thereabouts
The matter in regard to making a I
fill on South Sixth street at tho con
demued bridge was referred TIe
residents of that section are klcku
I over the slowness of the council aud I
want the bridge repaired a now ono
I built or the fill speedily made as It
i h inconveniencing them to no little
I extent
rxtentTho motion to pay the street Ubn
I ers weekly Instead of semimonth
was lost
i Uy motion the sanitary Inipecto
will be discharged from further tint
after tho 16th of the present moat
They were appointed up until tbat
time and their usefulness Is abont
gone as the season for inch inipootloi
II about gone
Council then adjourned
TO BLOCK Q1ME
DKV8 FILE INJUNCTION EN
J6INING FULTON CITY
COUNCIL
The temperance element at Fnltc
has filed an Injunction suit at Hid
man to prevent the city council at
Fulton from granting any liquor 11
Dense while the contest ot the Social
local option election Is pending The
others claim the council cannot bo en
Joined being a legislative body
The local option people have em
ployed Ed Thomas Gas Thomas and
Bnelbonrne and Kane to fight tho con
fees case
caseNEW
NEW MINING COMPANY
LYON COUNTY CAPITALISTS TO
DEVELOP ORIWENDEN
COUNTY LANDS
T II Molloy M P Molloy J S
Nall E S Glenn John Bradiha
O O Calvert 8 P Glenn W W l
Itley 0 N Leonard George Catle
and J M Smith all of Eddyvlll
have organized a company and wlllin
rest in mining In Dycnsbnrg This Is I
a very strong company financially
they are mining on the Snnderlan
and MIllican bands
DAMAGE SUIT FILED
ROY IIECOX SUES THE ILLI
NOIS CENTRAL FOR 125000
Roy Hecox who was formerly em
cloyed on the tit I Louts division of
tho Illinois Central has filed lUll
for 125000 damages against the load
I for the I his of an arm He claim
ho was on top of n car August 0 at
Will III when he fell off and hm
IIn arm ground off under the wheels
Ilendrlck and Miller are the attor
toys
toysA
A BIG PIECE OH TIMBER
One of the largest pieces of timber
een here in some time was a hug
while oak one shipped by LanustaB
irmo and Co today to Point Pleas
ant 150 miles below Cairo to the
overnment works there It contain
320 feet
feetDONT
DONT FORGET
To keep your eye on this space and
I catch for the ad that will give yon a
pllr of shoes
How will It be done Tnis way
In one of these ads once a month reg <
Jody we will say This Is The Ad
7e Mean and the first person bring
Ing In the ad the next day gets a pall
four guaranteed 12 shoes So watch
out Meanwhile dont forget thatwe
oan save yon money on your shoe per
hates 1
hatesFor
For 1360 and 13 we have the pret
est and daintiest ladles shoes ever
incelved by maker They cost mere
to i make than any other shoes eellln
at t these juices on the market yet sell
for the sure popular prices 1360 and
3
LOOK FOR OUR PRIZE AD
Lendler Lydon
The people who savt jroa money on
every purchase
h 1 i VI 41
If you want the BEST buy
Moores AirTight Heater
Uses LESS COALr
Gives MORE HEATtJ
And lasts longer than any other stove made
Moores AirTight will Keep You Warm I oj
Our OIL HEATERS are just theI I
thing for cool mornings a a p Ji a
1
Scott Hardware Cor
Incorporated
318 to 324 Broadway Paducah Ky
Goodness Sticks Out All Over Them 1
This line of Fancy Molasses Take your pickYoull be e
sure to pick a winnere
New Crop Country Sorghum per gallon 4oc
°
Fancy N O Molasses per gallon 6oc e
Fancy White Rock Candy Drips per gallon 550
Fancy White Rock Candy Drips per half gallon Joe
Fancy White Rock Candy Drips per quart i je
Fancy Table Syrup per gallon 3 jc
Fancy Table Syrup per half gallon aoc
Fancy Table Syrup per alb can toe
HENRY KTSTOLEITER
8 3RD 8T GROCER AND FCCD DEALER
PHONC 114
JB si
n
1
FILL YOUR COAL HOUSE NOW
With Cartervine 111 Washed Coal That
Will Not Slack
OtrrrtlU III Washed Nit lie
ESE and tamp IK J J
Best Kentucky Nut oar
Ksf and Lump Ile
THESE PRICES GOOD UNTIL SEPTEMBER 3O
rummmH L BRADLEY
1rummm
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE I
° Will Sell at Attractive PricesTerms
Easy for Next 15 Days
LOTS ON HARRISON NEAR FOUNTAIN AVENUE
APPLY TO UNOBRSIONBD
J P HOLT
11TH AND BROADWAY
PRATT COAL COI
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS THIS DAY
Nut lie
Lump 12c
THE8C PRICES fOR OCTOBER DeLIVERY ONLY
OFFICE 9th and Harrison PHONE J90
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i FOR SWELL RIGS i
i 0 GO TO TULLYS a n I
When you ride you wantjthe
i best of horses and vehicles
f Thats the only Kindwe have
i TULLY LIVERY COai I
FOURTH AND OOUUT J
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New Richmond House Bar
Oyster season is now on and oysters will be
served in any style at Richmond House Bar
The Best Wines Whiskey Tobacco and
Cigars in 2 the city
R E DRENNAN PROPRIETOR
Advertise in THE SUN if
you want best reults
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