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Till BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO
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FARMERS CONGRESS
FIFTEEN HUNDRED DELEGATES
F r REPRESENTING EVERY
t STATE IN TUB
fUNON f
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Macon Ga Oct gThe twenty
second annnal session of the Farmers
National congress has an estimated at
i tendance of 1600 delegates represent
ing every state In the union The
meeting was called to order by Pres
ident George X Flanders who deliv
ered his annual address
Addresses of welcome were delivered
by Gov Allen D Chandler and Ueorge I
t A Smith of the city chamber of com
merce Vice President tlarvle Jordan
iof i the Farmerscongress responded
a The sessions will continue through
Friday and the delegates will be roy
ally ntertalnsd several excursions I
having been planned into Florida and I
to the different experiment stations I
f throughout Georgia
MARRIAGE AT PARIS TENN
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Irma Dumas of Paris
Tenn to Mr Collette Henry Mun
ger of Birmingham Ala on Octo
ber IS at the First Methodist church
at Paris The ceremony will be per
formed at 4 Po m and the couple
will be at home In Birmingham after
November 10 The bride is daughter
of Mr and Mrs J T Dumas and is I
a cousin of Miss Ora V Leigh whom
she has visited
vtettedYou
You hold the Bank
t We hold the Key
CUluu Savings Bask li a m4i
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y t
+ HAVE YOU A
i SINKING FUND
r A sinking fund Is a money
4 set aside for payment of debts
that mature In the future
Every city has one
iEvery
liEvery man should
You may be free of debt
DUI a rainy day comes to
all cf us
t When it comes this sinking
fun 1 is your saviour
It Is an easy thing to start
Anl It is a most pressing
help in trouble
+ r Get one of cur Home Bay
togs Banks and start one
We will be pleased to help
yen
ICITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
tThid and Broadway
Paducah Kv
We far Interest on Oe > oslts
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NO MORE STARRING
Miss Bowens Experience With Lee
Turner Cures Her of the Stage
Turner Jumped the Game and the
Show Went to Pieces Bomo
Stranded
IT WAS BOOKED FOR PADUCAH
I
Miss Lillian Olga Bowen who II
well known la Paducah has enou h
of the stage Her recent experience
with Leo Turners company whit h
was stranded in Tnllaboma Tonn
last week and was booked for here
i last Saturday has cured her of the
stageYesterday
Yesterday Louisville Times says
of hen
henThe
The Quarterhouse company has dis
banded and all because Lee Turner
the leading spirit hoard the noises 01 ft
his native mountains He could not t
resist He left the company at Tnlli
homa Tenn and when he left all the
financial backing was gone and there
remained for the actors nothing but
the cruel face of the landlord and the
prospect of a long journey to friends
A number of people were In the car tlit
among them Miss Olga Bowen of 70 lit
West Chestnut street who has just
returned Miss Bowen was more for
innate than the others of the comps
ny In having her salary advanced
She was able to reach Louisville with
out assistance The rest of the com
pony Is on the waysome of them haT
lug taken positions with farmers en
route
Miss Bowen tells a very Interesting
story of the short life of the compa
ny After the opening In New Alba
ny everything promised well Turner
had money and was enthnslastlo
Ned Blsley the author of the play
had no money but plenty of enthusi
asm Robert KInkead a youth from
Tennessee who was ambitions to be
an angel sold his business and had
some coin
The first and lad town on the book
list after New Albany was Tullaho
ma Tenn The company reached
there Monday September 29 where
It played that night Turner howev
er did not appear He had beard the
mountains calling and had to go Hi
promised to be back In time for the
night performance but when the time
for the curtain arrived Turner had
not The heavy part was taken by a
member of a variety troupe who so
compacted the show
The company was disheartened
Turner had been the inspiration ai
well as the hope of reward for the on
tire company and with him out of It
there was no zest to living Another
performance was given on Tuesday
night In the hope of raising enough
money to get home but the people did
not take kindly to the performance
and the landlord had seized the bag
gage of the company Turner did
not reappear and telegrams sent to
him at Jelllco were as answered by
the operator Gone to the moun
Lain Telegrams then began to fly
to Louisville Obe Campbella youth
who had gone out with visions of glo
ry wired his mother in Louisville
Send me money quick
Miss Bowen who had star expert
once was able to reach Louisville
without Inconvenience but says that
the situation was very hard for the
novices of the company
I told Miss Virginia Murray who
is a Louisville girl said Miss Bowen
to marry the first farmer that asked
her to give up the stage Thats what
Im going to do Id rather associate
with the chickens and livestock I
dont want any more such expert
encesDEPRECIATION
DEPRECIATION OF SILVER
MEXICAN ENGINEERS AND CON
DUCTORS DEMAND INCREAS
ED WAGES
I
Mexico City Oct IIThe engineers
and conductors of the National rail
road of Mexico ask for an increaro In
pay representing that as silver has
depreciated the cost of living has risen i
In this country The oQIcisll of the I
road have the matter under consider
ation
TO GO WITH THE M AND O
It is reported in railroad circles that
J 0 Alvey the chief dispatcher of
the Louisville division of the Illi
nois Central wto resigned several
days ago will go with the M and
O road
roada a
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HEALTHINSURANCE
INSURANCE
The man who Insures his Ufo is
wise for hU family
The man who Insures his health
If wise both for his family and
himselfYou
You may Insuro health by guard
log It It Is worth guarding
At the first attack of disease
which I generally approaches
through the LIVER and manl
tests Itself In Innumerable way
TAKE
Iutts Pills
healthh
OFFICERS ELECTED
IDY I SEVERAL AUXILIARY COM
I PANIES OF THE ILLINOIS
CENTRAL
I i
Chicago Oct IIThe annual meet
Ings of a dozen or more auxiliary com
panies of tho Illinois Central were
held The companies are the follow
ingBine
Blue Island railway company Chi
t cago and Springfield railroad company
Chicago Madison and Northern rail
road company Chicago Havana and
I Western railroad company Crown coal
and tow company Kansas and South
I western railroad company Mound
I City railroad company Rantonl rail
road company St Louis Alton and
Terre Haute railroad company St
Louis Belleville Southern railway
company and South Chicago railroad
company Htnyvesant Fish the president of
the Illinois Central which road Is the
father of them all by virtue nl l
adoption papers was not in attend
ance and James T Harahan second
vice president went through the mo
tions of presiding at the several meet
ings It took only a few minutes of
their time Just long enough to glance
at the typewritten report banded to
them by Assistant Secretary Brnen
This was done to make the proceed
lugs parliamentary and In accordance
with the statutes of Illinois
The same old board of directors were
elected by proxy and the members of
the directorates ana at the same time
proxy holders are employes of the II
llnols Central
CentralWORK
WORK WELL
FOR THE FIRST TIME DEPOT
FURNACE IS EFFECTIVE
The furnace in the Illinois Central
depot has been repaired and Is now
in excellent wculng order Afire
was yesterday afternoon started in the
furnace and kept np last eight
This morning the depot was heated
well with very little steam and it Is
thought that little trouble will be ex
perienced with the heating plant this
winter Last winter the heating fa
cilities were in led order and the de
pot was cold on several occasions
when the thermometer was hovering
near zero
A COMPROMISE EFFECTED
In the suit of Mrs Julia F Dish
man against B Dtshmsn at Benton
for KOOO alimony but no divorce a
compromise has been effected for f 700
the defendant agreeing to withdraw
the petition
petitionLOTS
LOTS MORE LIKE IT
PLENTY MORE PROOF LIKE
THIS AND ALL FROM PA
DDOAII PEOPLE
No chance for argument here
No better proof can be bad
What a Paducah man says
Is the best of evidence for Paducah
people Read this case
We have lots more like It
Mr J a Roark of 1027 South
Fifth street says I dont want It
understood that Doani Kidney Pills
procured at DuBois and Ood drug
store have radically cured me of at
tacks of backache but I have been
benefited Incalculably by the treat
ment I nevtr expect to be free from
kidney complaint for I nave suffered
excruciatingly when the attacks were
at their height I could not stoop
without pain could not straighten af
ter stooping without twinges aud of
ten was unable to turn in bed without
actually groaning Any remedy
which gives the relief that Doanes
Kidney Pills have given to me dfi
servos the endorsatlon of the public
For sale by all dealers price 60
cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo
falo N Y sole agents for the Unit
e1 States
StatesRemember
Remember the name Daanes and
take no substitute
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n
ITS FIRST PASSAGE
The Ordinance Providing for a Vote
on Water Works Franchise
All But Ono Councilman Voted In Fa
vor of the Report of the Joint
Committee
ANOTHER MEETING TONIGHT
A called meeting of the crUD 011al
fcrccait yesterday afternoon VIlA held
at the city hall lint night all the
members being present except Council
men Jackson and Nlehaus
Ordinances fixing the bond of city
jailer and assistant were presented
and given first passage The band
of jailer Is fixed at 3000 and that of
assistant at 11000
The ordinance fixing the rates to be
charged by the public printer was
given final passage
The hack ordinance was given final
passage It requites all hacks have
lighted lamps and not stand rn the
street longer than necessary to load or
unload passengers When not engaged
they shall remain on Court street be
tween Third and Fourth
The ordinance fixing the salary of
the city engineer at 1800 a year and
requiring a 5000 bond of him was
given final passage
The ordinance extending the time
for beginning and finishing work on
the Paducah Cairo and Northwester
railroad between Paducah and Cairo
vas given final passage
The joint committee appointee
to consider the matter of securing
filtered water for Paducah presenter
the report published In The Bun yester
day recommending that the people
In November be allowed to vote
on whether or not to release the pur
chase clause of the water company
franchise for a reduction In hydrant
rental and the construction of a filtra
tion plant
Councilman Potter attempted to
raise several questions one of which
was In regard to the citys construct
Ing a system of her own at some fu
ture time and another as to the fail
ure of the company to furnish clear
filtered water
Councilman Johnson presented an
ordinance covering the recommends
tlon made in the committees report
and which stipulates that the filtration
plant shall be In operation by Janu
arT 1804
When Oounctlmn Potter raised the
question of why clear filtered
water has not been furnished as per
the original contract Sept Barnett of
the water company stated that his
company had nothing to do with the i
imputations In the original franchise I
which was made for and sold to other I
people He also declared that the
i company would live up to the agree I
ment contained In the report of the
I Joint committee All voted for the
pump of the ordinance except Mr
theI
i I
PotterTonight
i Tonight the council will meet In
I called session again at 7 oclock to I
I give second passage to the ordinance
10 It con be ready for the alder
men whomeet later A meeting
of the general council will be held
before the board of aldermen con
venesHOPKINSVILLES
lOPKlNSVILLEB REGISTRATION
Uopklnsrltlo Oct 0 Registration
In this city was the lightest In years
Only 978 rotors registered which Is
less than CO per cent of the citys rote
The falling off was about equally at
vided bteween the two parties
SPECIAL ONE WAY
settlers rates to California and the
Northwest via the Missouri Pacific
Hy and Iron Mountain Route from
St Louis or Memphis
Tickets on sale dally during the
months of September and October
from Bt Louis and Memphis to prin
cipal points in California 130
From Bt Louis to principal points
In the Northwest 38 3760 30 ac
cording to location Tourist sleepers
free reclining chair cars operated via
the Missouri Pacific system and Is the
bell way to reach Western states
Homeseekers excursions liberal
imlts ana stopover privileges on sale
lint and third Tneslayi of each
month to certain points in the West
and Southwest
For full Information map folders
descriptive literature etc consult
nearest ticket agent or address It
T Q Matthews T P A LonlsTlllo
Ky 11 O Townsend G P end T
A St Louis Mo
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ITho I Klml You Havo Always fought anti which ling been
la lisa for over 30 years has homo the signature or
and huts been made under his per
fy t f soiml supervision slice tin Infancy
7Ct itH Allow no ono to deceive you In thist
All Counterfeit Imitations and II JustnsBO < lQ brit
Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tiro hcnltli of
Infants and Children Kxncrlcnco ngnlnit Experlinenty
What is CASTORIA
Cttitorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
goric Drops nml Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It
contain neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance Its ngo Is Us guarantee It destroys Worms
and allays Fovcrlslmcss It cures Dlarrluca and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Trouble cures Constipation
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulate tho I
Stomach and Dowels giving healthy mill natural Bleep
The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
A Soars tho Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
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ONE WAY SETTLERS
RATES FAR WEST
AND NORTHWEST
I EVERY DAY DURING SEPT AND OCT 1902
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TO Country Sn I taco1IIIr1 I I < 1 lli lnl
FROMtbnlaad WrtHet Loa AI
FROM
ST LOUIS 3000 3000 2600 S275O
CHICAGO 3300 3300 3OOO I 3050
KANSAS CITY 2500 2500 2000 I 2250
The Burlington and connecting lines directly reach the entire North
west And Pacific Coiit region from every Eastern gateway
Via BILLINGS MONTANA
ViaST PAULMINNEAPOLISVia
Via DENVER COLORADO
ALL DIRECT ROUTES
THE BURLINGTONNORTHERN PACIFIC EXPRESS Is the
great dally Northwest through train from St Louis and Kansas City to
Butte Helena Spokane Portland Tacoma Seattle
Cncilbe your proposed trip and lit us advise yen the least celt sirimg 3o
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Gen Pass Agent Tray 1nur Agent
St Louis Mo St Louts No
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 In1 the city
RaE DRENNAN PROPRIETOR
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THE BOWLING ALLEY
Is now open for the season Vot should try this nice sport
for good health and fine exercise
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