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We are Makers of Good Furniture
Lovv Prices
IJ j I J If the Paducah Furniure Factory was not In the city you would pay 30 per cent more for
Furniture We are PADUCAH PEOPLE a PADUCAH ENTERPRISE and pro
pose to protect PADUCAH PEOPLE Our trade extends through seventeen states and
is a Irge I one but we will continue to stand for the home folks by selling furniture at
FACTORY PRICES
PRICESTHE
i THE OLD RELIABLEEstablished 1870
1If I PADUCAH FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO II
IIU I New Goods Being Displayed Daily
I
f THE SCHOOL BOAR D
I s Supt Hatfield Makes Some Good
Recommendations
1 J No Action in Electing a Trustee A
Piano Ordered for the
High School
I
I 4OIER 4 BUSINESS TRANSACTED
1
J The board of education met last t
night in regular session Preildeni t
f
Leake being absent Vice President t
Bauer presided
tj The monthly report of Superintend
ent Hatfleld Will read onillning the
work and attendance of the schools for
the first month In regard to the
High chool the superintendent refer
red to tome adverse criticisms from
parents about their children pot ad
Tuncing rapidly enough tie said that
thd fault was in the parents and not
the teachers M the pupils in some
it Instances were allowed to ignore their
stages sad run around after school
bun instead of trying to improve
tbclr time One father he declared
I had been notified fifteen times of his
eons low clan standing and promised
every time to correct him but failed
to do it The habit of running around
after school hours and smoking cigar
tires does a great deal against the ad
vancement of the boys and the super
intendent gave the teachers the great
est credit for their good work
Snpt Batfleld also said that there
1loteodeot 1
f r JYo J hold the Bank
We hold the Key
duns fttlifi Ink 11 A Intlnj
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HAVE YOU A
fi SINKING FOND
A sinking fund Is a money
let aslce for payment of delta
that mature In the future
Every city hag one
Every man should
You may be free of debt
But a rainy day comes to
all of us
When it comes this sinking
fund it your saviour
k ° It Is an easy thing to start
t And it ii a most pressing
help in trouble
Get one of our Home Sav
ings Banks and start one
s We will be pleased to help
you
CiriZENS SAYINGS BANK
Third and IBroadwa
hirdandlBroadwanPaducah
Paducah Kv
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were too many studies in the High
school connie of thrco years to be pro
perly learned and that it would soon I
be necessary and in fact is necessary
now to add another year to the course
coursed
in order that the pupil may learn
their books instead of scan them
Snpt HatSeld said in regard to dls
missing the schools this afternoon for
the library cornerstone laying that he
with others thought at first that it
would be advisable to dismiss the
schools so the pupil could attend but
after inspecting the grounds and see
ing how they were strewn with mor
tar rubbish and material he had de
aided It was not advisable and recom
mended that the schools be not dis
missed
The report was received and the recommendations
ref
Miscellaneous bill were allowed but
several for work in the schools were
held up until the work can be reoelv
ed
The treasurer1 report showed f 9
49320 on hand September 1 collected
since 391060 paid out since < 7
011369 balance on hand 631103
The steam heating company was
given permission to make excavations
across the corner of Fifth and Court
streets on condition that the work beI
done on Saturday so as not to inter
fere with the school
On recommendation of Trustee
Bauer who said that cue teacher saver
opened school with prayer or long a
rule was adopted making It compul °
sory to open with prayer or song The
rule will not become effective for
thirty days
It war ordered that all hereafter
comply with the rule requiring prim
cipals to bo at their build lugs at 731
eaohmorning and open the doors to all
pupils who arrive that early It Was
reported that last year during bad
weather pupils were in some instances
kept out until the hour for taking up
school
chooLOhalrman
i Chairman Fuller of the insurance
committee reported that the new heat
i ing outfits have been insured He
also said that the board is carrying
18000 inanraooo on the Leo building
and bethought 15 009 enough No
action was taken
On motion of Trustee Lally the
music committee was ordered to pur
chase a piano at the best possible
termLI I
termLA
A proposition to inraro the boilers I
used for heating the schools Will re I
jected as it was deemed unnecessary
I to Insure them
The matter of electing someone to
take the place of Trustee MoNicbols
moved to another ward was left open
until the next meeting
The district school committee on
motion of Trustee Wellle was author
ized to secure options on property in
Uechanlcsburg and Rowlandtown with
j
a view to erecting adequate school
buildings there some time in the fu
ture
The board then adjourned
0
TO IMPROVE OIIIO
Cincinnati 0 Oct 8The nation
al board of steam navigation met and
reelected the old officer and endorsed
the movement to Improve the Ohio
river so it would be a nine foot stage
the year round
CASTOR IA I
for Infants and Children
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bean theJ ff A
Signature of a72354
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HIS OLD UNIFORM
< Mayfield Veteran Wants to be Burled
In Gray
Elks Carnival Drawing Well at lien
derson News From Me
tropolis
NEW CONCERN AT HOPTOWN
TO BE BURIED IN GRAY
MayfleldOct 8 William T SImms
a prominent citizen died at the home
of W S Cook Ho was 70 years old
and had served as justice of the peace
22 years He requested that be be bu
rled in his Confederate uniform and
that exConfederates bury him He
was a captain in the Seventysixth
Tennessee Infantry Confederate army
ELKS C1ARNIV > L AT HENDERSON
Henderson Ky Oct 8Tho great
street fair and carnival opened In aU
of Its glory and dazzling splendor
The attendance was excellent for the
lint day and bids fair to become
greater as the carnival days progress
The weather ii bright and clear bat
oooL Dan Roblnsona Carnival com
pany have more than fulfilled their
promises and every one is pleated
with the attractions
NEW HARDWARE COMPANY
Hopklpsvillo Ky Oct 8Artl1
cles of incorporation have been tiled
here by the Farmers Hardware com
pany Among the Incorporators are
j1
former Congressman Joan D Ulardy
E D Jones J R Candle R F
RITe and O Howard StOll1I There
are 105 stockholder The capital
stock II placed at 130000
DIED OF CONSUMPTION
IlopainsvlUe Ky Oct 8Mln
Mary Ware daughter of J Dudley
Ware a prominent tobacco broker
died of consumption
TWO ENUINES WRECKED
Fulton Ky Oct 8A wreck oc
eurred yesterday at Alexander between
two fast freight Several cars and
bob engines were demolished Traffic I
Will delayed for a number of hour
The engineer and firemen escaped by
jumping from then engines
SUIT WAS DISMISSED
Metropolis HLr Oct 8The dam
age suit of Mrs Elizabeth Whalen
against the Illinois Central Will dis
missed without prejudice in circuit
court here after the evidence of the
plaintiff had been heard The suit
was for 135000 for the death of the
plaintiff husband who was crnshel
between j cars at Brookport It U an
nounce a new snit will be filed
MARRIED A KENTUOKy OIBU
Metropolis III Oct 8Mr Wal
ter Baker of the city and Mill Mae
Lovelace of Lovelacevllle wero mar
ried at the brides home Sunday
They are popular young people
TALENTED VOCALISTS
MESSRS EMORY HOBSON AND
ISAAC ROOTMAN TO GIVE
A RECITAL
Mr Emory Hobson of the cityand
Mr Isaac Rontman of Cincinnati
will on the 21st give a benefit recital
6rNorth f
WNorthe
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iIlJlll e 1 j
here and the affair will no doubt be
well attended
Mr Hobson II a baritone linger and
Mr Routmin a tenor and both have
established a reputation for them
I J let lee having lately attended the col
lege of music In Cincinnati and being
two of the most promising pupils
Mr Boatmen II a tenor of remarkable I
power and has been heard here several
time In the past several days Mr
Hobson Is a home boy and his ability
is known They will be assisted by
Prof Harry Gilbert and other local
talent and will also give p recital a t I
Mayfield probably preceding the re
cital to be given hero Tills will be
one of the most important musical en
tertainments given here this season
and the young men will no doubt be
successful in their venture
I NEW CAPS I
A DIFFERENT STYLE ADOPTED I
BY THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL f
Notice of a change in the uniforms
of the Illinois Central conductor has
been posted and hereafter the careworn
worn by the conductors on this road
wit e fitted with slightly dropped
visors a change made that the eyes
bo better protected from cinder The
crown will be a Bell crown with flat I
top perforated They are manufac
Cured by Chicago firm and conductor
ordering new cap are notified to or
der this bind
kindNELLIE
NELLIE JAY WON
Lexington Oct 8 Nellie Jay won
the great 14000 futurity rage yester
day Gale Hamilton was second and
John Mae third The best time was
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21313Capt
Capt P W Uolllngiworth bl gone
to Cape Qirardean and St Louis
SMART SHOES
FOR SMART WOMEN
SMART SHOES FOR
FORSMART
SMART WOMEN
Few shoe stores offer to women of
fashion III complete a variety of mart
style in footwear III ourselves None
of them display new styled earlier
than we do >
But eccentricity and freakishness
In shoes rover find place in this gath
Bring Tiers II a certain smartness
and Santa that we insist on
The Empress shoe embodies our con
oeptlon cC what a popular price shoe
should be
We honestly believe it If the best
1380 shoe on tbe marker We pay
the maker of it 25o a pair more than
the maker get for the usual 13 M
shoe It certainly therefore must be
betterSeeing
Seeing is believing we are told
So we would rather have yon BOO for
yourself than take on word for It
therefore invite yon to call and lot u I
ihow these shoes It world be a
pleasure to do so
LOOK FOR OUR PRIZE AD
Lendler Lydon
IThe I people who save you money on
everyfnrchasr
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Come and See Us I
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MISSJULIA
t JULIABRITTON
BRITTON
BRITTONA
A Young Society
Lady of Augusta
ior
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ACOCSTA UA May 18 1902
TAKE pleasure la I joining tbe
ITAKK I l number of testators who
bite been cured through the UM
of Wine of CtrJul It is I certainly a
very remarkable curative agent and
while it is pleasant to take and mild
In action it is very strong and positive
in curative ability Since early wo
manhood I offered from extreme
nervousness and seemed l unusually
sensitive to climatic change A
light coM or too great brat would
upset me and headache and general
anlltflnaIIndilpooiUon
indisposition would mult iiv
stomach wu easily Upset and I
would frequently bare heartburn
lOur tomacb and the heavy feel
feelInR
Ins you experience when you hare
Initiation I was also Irregular
and had severe month pain all of
which showed me that WI entirely
out of harmony with health that t
urally desired a change and doe
beet for several month hoping for
better health I was however dis
appointed to find that the medicine
afforded me no relief I noticed
your ad in the street car and I bought
a buttle of Wine of Canlnl on my
war home and great was my joy to
find that within a few days it
brought me great relief My food
seemed to dignt without troubl
and the headache soon disappearaf
altogether 1 kept using it until I
had taken fire tattled and felt that
I hail never invested any money la
my life which brought such Itt
returns Within two month I WaI
l h a change woman My 1 ache
and pains disappeared ai if by
magic and new life and activity
Seemed to course through Of vein
I began to enjoy out door life long
walks and exercise ai never before
It is I indeed gratifying to eJr y
iencn such a remarkable change la
body and mind which perfect health
brings and believing that your
medicine Ii well worthy of full confi
dence and endorsement I lUll iliad to
give it both
bothj
F Oj j lt
Young women cannot too carefully guard the monthly function
Women ai a rule look l upon this great function of nature as a trouble
instead of a blessing They seldom consider that it relieves the body of
poisonous wastes and that a 0111 or a Scanty flow II invariably s
forerunner of sickness I because Wine of Cardui perfectly regulates the
monthly function hundreds of thousands of women owe their lives to
toit
purifies the blood but It relieve weak and nervous women of trouble
which doctors not only did not cure but do not of ten diagnose comoctlr In
thousands of cam of tocalled debility nervousness and find
worn out feeling Wine of Cardui by regulating the menstrual flow bat
proven the remedy that was needed If your doctor ii doing you no good
secure a bottle of Wine of Canlul and take it in your home Itwiflcnre
you but you will only I one woman among thousand with the tame
experience Remember Wine of Canlul cured Mix Mritton Accept
no other medicine as a substitute Give WIDe of Canlui a fair trialt
and health rill U b yours t
WINE of CARDUI
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i FOR SWELL RIGS i f
i 0 GO TO TULLYS f i
When you ride you wantjthe w
wbest
t Thats the only hlndwe have
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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 results
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