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LOCAL LIKES
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Cost YOU 8 cent per line
I Bell MI plenty hickory wood it t 1230
South fWd Street Mill orden
For Dr Pendley ring 418
Piano boxes for sale 520 Broad
way
t duthrloi headquarter for under
wear
First elm piano at second class
prices BSD Broadway
Ladles gents and childrens un
derwear at anilines
lUg top organs ten dollars and up
at Baldwins 520 Broadway
Childrens underwear tho kind
that wears Ell Guthrie
New pianos our own makes on
easy payments BJO Broadway
Gentlemens underwear at money
saving prices Ell Guthrie
Upright pianos one handled dol
lars at Baldwins 630 Broadway
The best line of underwear ever
shown la Paducah Ell Guthrie
To write right get FaySho type
writer Tho latest Improved machines
at R D Clements and Co
23o buys an underwear garment
7 that Is I worth J5o at Ell Guthrie and
Co
Mill Jones formerly with the
Sanitarium treatment rooms can be
found at 502 Washington or pbono 80S
ring 2 tf
Ladles should see our union suits
all grades and fine values Ell Oath
tie
Mr and Mrs V Wells of Mo
chaolcsbtrg arc parents of a fine boy
Jab1Ed
Ed Flago colored aged about 25
died of favor last night and will be
burled at Oak Grove tomorrow morn
Ing
Mrs Ed Wetherlngton who Is
threatened with lockjaw Is no better
today he many friends will regret to
I learn
leunIt
It Issald that tho Buckskin Bill
Wild Wilt which closes in a month
at DeSoto Mo will not winter bere
i again
PhiThi
Th < patrol wagon U under the
t weather at present one of the horses
being 11 from pneumonia which
t makes Impossible to run the patrol
The W U T U will postpone
their nrotlng this week until next
Thursday In order to hear the report t
from the state convention at Madison
villa
Mirth Connor colored aged 78
died of general debility at her home
In Hufmans Alley last night and the
remalia will In shipped to McKlnsle
Tenn today for bnrlnL
Mr Irvin S Cobb managing ed
itor ol the NewsDemocrat this morn
ing received the news that his wife
who h visiting her parents In Seven
nah Oa has presented him witha
One girl baby Both mother and
child ire doing well The little Mm
Is named Elizabeth
l la Her Lord and Muter Mar
the Morton greatest play Miss
Grantly Is making the hit of her
l
carestand building for herself a firm
constituency She has the advantage
cf a splendid supporting oait Includ
ing Lionel Adami and the presenta
tion of this pleoe at The Kentucky on
Friday night Is one of the most gratis
tying theatrical announcements thus
far lade this season Beats on sale
tomorrow
FOR REAL ESTATE BUYERS
Jefferson street residence 50 foot
lot west end between Twentythird
and 7wentyfourlh streets 350
North Sixth street desirable home
No 121 0 rooms 87 foot lot 13600
Mcuroe street Cottage home good
neighbors 4 rooms No 1208 43 foot
lot tp alley 1890
Lois on the monthly payment plan
All parts of the city
Wsrtens Addition houses and lots
Good trades for railroad men and other
l men
F price list of Paducah real ea
I
tate and Western Kentucky farms
Whlttemores 510 Broadway Agency
I
NOW READY
Oysters
PCT
STUTZS
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Served in any style
Call after the theater
Prompt attention
A R HAWKINS MN aIH
About v People 1
4 a And II
Social Notes
Mrs John D Ladd of Cairo Is v lIlt
ing relatives here
Mr Ed Reeser of Ogdens Landing
Is In the city today
Mrs Geo Flonrnoy has gone to
Nashville on a visit
Mr Clarence Brown returned from
Mayfield at noon today
Mrs Roy McKinney returned from
HInkmin today at noon
Bliss Lucy RoMon has returned
from a pleasant visit East
Captain Dan Flnney went to Casey
vllle nt noon today on business
Mr W P Hummol went to Knt
tawn at noon today on business
Mr R B Phillip went to Nash
ville this morning on business
Misses Birdie aid Myrtle Weyman
of Lowes are visiting In the city
Mr Boyd Held of Fulton Is here
visiting his uncle Mr Tom Reid
Mrs Addle Mania returned last
evening from a visit to Smlthliind
Mr Joseph L Friedman went to
Kmhvlllo this morning on business
Miss Maude Lemon arrived from
Mayfield at noon today on a visit to
relatives
Mr Arthur E Bailey and bride are
expected home tomorrow from their
bridal tour
Miss Nellie Htnneberger has re
turned from Louisville and Cincinnati
where she visited
lion Henry Burnett and Attorney
Clarence Dallam of Lonlivlllo are In
the city on business
Mrs Will Whayne wife of the well
known specialist has gone to San
I Antonio Tex to visit
Mr Charles Young formerly of the
city arrived from Boat this morning
I lie Is here on a business trip
Mrs J W Yancey of Uopklnsvillf
arrived In the city this morning to
visit her daughter Mrs James Utter
backMrs
Mrs Henry Wise Miner of Winches
I ter Ill will arrive today to visit Mrs
Warwick M COwgill of West Jcffersot
street
Mrs Jack Hart and sister Miss
I Bertie Roil left at noon today for
Riverside Cat to reside and Mr
Hart goes In about a month
Mrs Annie Warner and daughter
Lucy arrived this morning from Peo <
ria Ill to visit their cousin Mrr
Charles Speck on West Tennessee
streetINTERESTING
INTERESTING I MEETING
The Daughters of the American Rev
olution held a most pleasant meeting
with Mrs M B Nash of North
Ninth street yesterday afternoon It
was the second meeting of tho season
bat the first bailncis meeting the
first meeting with Mrs Warwick M
Cowgill having been n memorial meet
ing to Mrs Sol Vaughan a former
I regent of the chapter Then were
two Interesting papers discussed one
on George Wathinton by Mrs Rob
I ort Hicks and The Revolution by
Mrs Leslie Bonle The regent Mrs
Nash and Mr Unbtnrd S Wells
were appointed delegates to attend the
state convention at Henderson the
29th of this month New members
were proposed and accepted A de
lightful collation was served after the
I holiness session The next meeting
will be on the first Tuesday In Novem
ber with Mrs George 0 Thompson
West Broadway and the reports from
the delegates to the state meeting
will be the entertainment
IN HONOR OF MISS BAOBY
A delightful dinner was given las t
evening to Miss Aline Bagby and a few
friends by Mr and Mrs James O
Utterback at their attractive home on
Jefferson street
THE SHOW BROKE
Along the Mohawk booked here
for Saturday has gone to the wall
It Is the second show tobust before
It got here this season Lee Turner
booked for last Saturday went to
pieces In Tennessee
TennesseeA
A FINE WEAPON
Mr II O Bronangh will receive In
a day or two the finest shotgun ever
seen in Padncab It is imported from
England and Is I made by the finest
gnnmaker In the world Its value Is
800Record
Record for Slow Shipbuilding
A record In slow shipbuilding Is I re
ported from Spain Ten years ago a
cruiser the Prlnco Bade Asturlas was
put on the stocks and a few days ago
the minister of marina Informed King
Alfonso that the vessel would be
ready to take part in the forthcoming
v44 Win Ia totMediterranean
ENGINEER WALLACE
HE WILL ARRIVE TODAY FROM
THE BOOTH
Mi II U Wallace the chief engi
neer 41 Ibo Illinois Central will at
rive In the city this afternoon from
the loath lie was due at noon but
failed to come through Meisri A
Phllbrlck superintendent of the Lou
lirillx division of the Illlnoit Central
accompanied by Roadmaster Shaw
and Tralnmaiter Ranks were here
awaiting his arrival but went on np
the division when they found oat he
aid not come
Todays Commercial Appeal of
Mcmphlssays of the Inspection V J
llaraban assistant general manager
II U Wallace chief engineer and
A 8 Baldwin first militant engineer
of the Illlnon Central railroad ar
rived In the city lat night in their
private car from a tonr over the en
tire system They were joined at
Glarksdalo Mlu Monday afternoon
by Major M Qllleai third vice pres
Went of the Yazoo and Mississippi
Valley and John T Paul superin
tendent of the Memphis division of
that road who accompanied them
Into this city last night The party
will remain here tonight and are
scheduled to leave for Chicago this
morning at 7 oclock
Mr Pat Ilalloran of Cedar Bluff
li out on a tour of inspection of the
concrete work being done on the 1111
nets Central by the Katterjohn Uon
situation company of which he li I a
member He went to New Orleans
yesterdayINTERESTING
INTERESTING MEETING
DOCTORS OF THE COUNTY MET
AT THE CITY HALL
The first meeting of the McUracken
County Medical Society since the roo
organization of the Paducah Medical
Society was held this morning at the
city hall beginning at 10 oclock
Dr J T Reddles of the city
I read a paper ana Dr Brothers of the
city reported a case which was dUo
Cussed by Drs Coyle Rivers Dod
and Griffith
The constitution and the bylaws of
the American Medical Society were
adopted and after several minor dis
cussions on cases at random the meet
lug was adjourned The following
doctors from the county were present
Drs T U Graham of Maniac S
Z Holland Grahamvllle T VKim
brougb Maxon Mills and R U
Gore Lone Oak
BROKE A WRIST
The Infant child of Mr W F
Perry the well known contractor of
Husbands street fell this morning
and broke a wrist The Injury is
painful bat will be healed wllhon
any trouble it Is thought
ise
very low of fever is I better today her
many friends will be leased to learn
WANDERERS
TRAVEL THOUSANDS OF MILES
AND FIND IT AT HOME
We go about from one place to an
I other In search of something we de
sire without success and finally find
It right at home awaiting us A min
ing engineer out in Mansfield Mo
tells of his experience with coffee
He saysUp to the year 1898 I had
always been accustomed to drinking
coffee with my breakfast each morn
Ing In the summer of that year I de
veloped a severe case of nervous pros
tration and I took several courses of
treatment for It In Toronto Buffalo
and New York city without obtaining
any permanent benefit
One of the most trying manifes
tations of the malady was a condition
of nervous excitement In which I found
myself every day during the forenoon
It never occurred to me to attribute
this to coffee until I read an advertise
meat of yours last fall describing a i
case similar to my own which had roo
Calved benefit from the use of Postnm
Cereal Food Coffee I at onoo chang
ed my breakfast beverage from Java
and Mocha to Postnm and the effect
was nothing short of marvelous Af
ter using it less than a week I was
free from morning attacks and In six
months all my nervous symptoms had
disappeared
I have demonstrated the fact that
by following your directions In mak
lug Postnm Food Coffee any one can
obtain as ricji a cup of coffee from
Postum as from any of the imported
brands and may rest assured that they
will escape the Injurious effects ot
coffee and experience much benefit
fr9in the use of Postnm Name giv
en bv Poetum Co I Battle Creek
Mlob 4
f
HANGED HIMSELF IN JAIL
ILLINOIS MAN USED HIS BUS
PENDERS AS MEANS OF
SUICIDE
Minonk HL Oct 8Robert lcolt
Douglass a resident of Pontiac Ill
hired a hone and baggy at Qbuuunn
Friday and came to Minonk Today
he told the outfit to a liveryman for
1 10 Later In the day U was learned
that the outfit was stolen and the liv
etymon tied Douglass arrested for
horse stealing He was pat in the cal
abooso and in less than a halt hour
Jhe marshal wont In to see how ho
was getting along and found Douglass
had hanged himself with his suspend
en and was dead Ho was a morphine
fiend and was well known In this vi
cinity Ho loaves a widow and live
childrenNOTICE
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
Commencing October 8 and contin
uing during the evening services of
the Sam Jones meetings passengers
will be transferred both ways on the
Union depot and Broadway cars
THE PADUCAH CITY RAILWAY
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ELECTED OFFICERS
INSURANCE MANAGERS DECIDE
TO MEET AT ANDERSON
INC NEXT YEAR
The annual meeting of the managers I
of the Prudential Life Insurance com
pany of Indiana Michigan and Ken
tucky was held at the Gait house at I
Louisville yesterday The following
officers were elected President E
U Kelly Detroit vice president J
S Kendall Anderson Ind secretary
D O Sullivan Columbus treasurer I
H R Kendall Louisville Anderson
Ind was selected u the next meeting
place The managers wero entertain
ed at dinner by Division Superintend
ont Baker of Newark N J
RETAIL GROCERS MEET
The Retail Grocers association will
meet at 730 oclock this evening at
their hall at Fifth and Broadway
E W BOCKMON
DOCKMONPreald
President
STILL MISSING
NOTHING YET HEARD FROM J
F RADEL TUB BOOKKEEPER
The disappearance of Mr J F Ra
del the bookkeeper of the Ferguson
and Palmer Milling Co remains n
mystery and no traco of the missing
I man has been secured since Sunday
morning early
It was at first thought possible that t
he bad gone to his brothers home in
Bcardstown HL bat a telegram an
d
swer from that place yesterday stated
that he wan not there and rcqueitod I
more information as to his disappear
ance It was later thought that he
might have gone to Louisville to visit t
a friend but a telegram was sent there
and an answer received stating that t
he had not been seen there
A
BROKEN BOX
OFFICERS FIND IT WItH THE
MONEY GONE
Officers Nance and Uovious found a
slot box In the hollow near the Thomp
son stock yards this morning the I
e
box had been burst open from the
bottom and the look had also been torn
off The break In the lock showed
that the box had been lately broken I
Into and several papers ware found I
nearby whore paper had been burned
The officers carried the box to the I
stock yard and from there It was tak
en to the city hall It had the name
of Henry Harley printed on It and ev
idently came off there The box was
small and evidently a contribution
box for the benefit of some orphan
asylum or something of that sort An
Investigation Is being made to see if
the box was stolen from the steamer
Harley
NOTICE
A O Bndde has sold his interest
in the A G Bndde Bottling Co to
George II Jacobs be to pay all out
standing debts and collect all bills due
the A O Bndde Bottling Co 3
LICENSED TO MARRY
Richard Radii aged 19 a young
farmer of Raglandand Miss Ora Holt
aged 16 of Ugdens Landing wore
this afternoon licensed to wed It will I
make the first marriage of both
I
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A NEW LINE
Of Opera Glosses tt prices that will
astonishDa i ass Jon a Ct
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The prfce for advertisements In this
column Is I Co a line Cash must ac
company the order for all ads There
will be no variance from this rule for
anyoneWANTEDTorent
WANTED To rent a pano Phone
102Position
Position desired by stenographer
with experience in bookkeeping Ad
dress Q It Care Snn
FOR RENTTailor shop under
Now Richmond hotel also room con
twining vault and handsome fixtures
J A Rudy If
LOST Tuesday afternoon on Mon
roe or 13th street a black bamels hair
Russian blouse Return to 1223 Broad
way and be rewarded liberally 1
LOSTPair of opera glasses were
lost the night The Wrong Mr
Wright was played at The Kentucky
theater A liberal reward will be paid
if left at this office
SUITS FILM
Frank Lucas revenue agent today
filed a suit In the quarterly court
against Mr W O Ellis to collect back
taxes on f 2000 worth of mortgaged
notes held by him
U F Fanghn infant through his
guardian R M Bbemwell lIIeda
salt against MlkeIseman and others
to secure the sale of a lot of ground
and a division of the proceeds of the
sale
There will be a cloak suit and
skirt opening Thursday October D
at Eley Dry Good Co A OhlcD O
man will be here with fine samples
and the public Is cordially Invited to
Inspect them
ItDey Revive Old Custom
The new Bey of Tunis reviving an
old custom will repair twice a week
to the Palais at Tunis which is I the
seat of government Complying with
the custom which debars him from
occupying his predecessors residence
he will remain at Carthage while the
late Beys palace will be assigned to
his cousin and heir Prince Naceur As
the new Bey understands French the
office of Interpreter will be abolished
The Kentucky
Mansgement James E English
MONDAY DOT 13
Extraordinary Engagement
The Most Powerful Plat I
The Most Interesting Storyl
The Most Thrilling Plot
AND
A Specially Seected Company
SUPPORTING I
MISS FANNY CURTIS
IN THE GREATEST SUCCESS OFTHESEASON
DOWN BY THE SEA
A Romantic Comedy Drama In 4 Acts
Management of nIL HUNT
Mti g1PJ5A
SCINE PROM ACT tff
See the Illuminated Cathedral
See the EastHaven Light and the
Rescue 1
See the Electrical Storm at Sea
and
See the Wonderful Baby
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Seats on sale Saturday 9 a m
I
Price > je to f rob
I The Kentucky
Management Tames E English
TONIGHT
Lincoln J Carer
Presents the
Seasons Scenic Surprise
THEs
THEsease I iG elf u r
The Old Mill by the River
SEETbe Railroad Block Tower
SEE BismarckRailroad
The Bismarck Garden
Tbe MllltcraiifVs Drawing Room
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Special Matinee Prices 25 cents
Night aj 3Jriu75c
The Kentucky
Management James K English
THURSDAY Oct NIGHT 9
Those Famous Funny Fellows
Wood Ward
Fresenting the jd Edition of their
Jolly Farce
TWO MERRY TRAMPS
The BEST and NEWEST GOODS
im the farce Comedy Mar
ket Delivered at
COMMON SENSE PRICES
15 25 35 and 50 Cents
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Next Helen Grantly Friday night
The Kentucky
Management JAMES E ENGLISH
THB SOCIAL EVEKT
OF THB SEASON
0EVENING 9
EVENINGJAMES
JAMES B DELCHER
PKK5KVT8
The Talented Young Actress
t
MISS
HELEN
GRANTLY
and an allstar cast la I Martha Morions C
ut Comedy
IIIIER LORD AND MASTER
With the original production a presented isO
nights at the mane U n theatre N yIot sea
son Seats on sale Thursday 9 a m
I Prices fiy > fr00 75 50 JJ and 25
LOOK OVER THIS BOOK LIST
The Story of Mary McClaneby
I herself
Tween Yon and IMaz ORell
Oldfield Nancy Banks
Castle CrsneycrowHcCutcheon
A Wilson Speckled DlrdAugulu E
Hearts Courageous Halite Rives
Sir Richard Calmadar UaleL
The Right of Way Gilbert Par
TheLeopanls ker SpotDixon
The Battle Ground Glasgow
Audrey Marv Johnston
The house of Green Shutters
Dorothy Douglas Vernon of Hidden Hall
Mississippi Majors Bubble Housh
The Man horn GlengaryGont > or
Take your choice of above for f rlo
Yon will find our stock of copyright
novels the best in the city and our
prices the lowest
HARBOURS
Book Department
WATER NOTICE
Patrons of the Water Company
are reminded that their rents ex
pired September 30th hose who
desire to renew them should do so
before it is forgotten as all premis
e not paid for on or before October
JO will be shut off 9t
Our Cut Glass
Has arrived Better values for
the money than we think yon will
find elsewhere
h leis iob k Co

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