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lv Q THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN I
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pecials for Friday and Saturday
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The Greatest Sale of the Season of Summer Goods
Everyone knows what a price reduction sale at Roberts means We dont waste words but blaze the way with the
< lowest prices to be had on the class of goods we sell These are happy days for slender purses An ounce of demon
stration is worth a ton of theory So come see for yourself
44 fl i
fXll Calicos lc
HS 1 12c Unbleached Domestic this sale Sc
v7ji2c Bleached Domestic this sale 6c
9yc Imported Madras this sale 15c
lOc White lawns 7 l2c
Ji2c Lawn Sc
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tracks are not ordered by tbo council
the entire cost of paving will have to
I ho paid by tho city and the property
I owners
The board last
night did not act on
the market bonto or Third street
question as it olnima it li up to the
legislative boards to make soma sort
of recommendation
recommendationThree
Three opinions were rendered last
night by Solicitor Pnryeai1 One is
that tho ordinance relative to iccnr
ling permits for eicavatng the street
Is valid and constitutional It Is
likely however that the ordinance
will bo amended There is no provi
sion in it at present for excavating in
care of emergency such ai on Satnr
day night when the permit office Is
olosed Under the present ordinance
if a water pipo shoo Id bunt Saturday
nigh it would have lo stay bunt
until Monday morning when a per
mit could bo secured
The solicitor also gave an opinion
relative to the gas and steam beating
companies and stated that the steam
beating company is required under
its franchise to keep all constructed i
streets up for a year after making ox
cavations and the reconstructed
streets for three years The com
pany has been leaving the streets and
alleys in a bad condition and there
was some controversy ns to its duties
in respect to making repairs
The solicitor also gave it as his
opinion that the Paducah Water com
pany bad to secure permits to tear up
the streets just the same at any
plumber or any other corporation
This is contrary to opinions hereto
foro rendered in prosecutions in po
lice court but it is probable that
there will be no controversy nverMt
The street car directory will meet
today and reduce the propostlon to
writing for the board of public works
and the latter will bold a called meet
ing between now and next Wednes
day the regular meeting night to
get the thing shaped up for tbo legis
lative boards
SPARK ON ROOF
CAUSES SMALL DAMAGE AT THE
SHERMAN PHILLIPS HOME
The firo department was called to
the residence of Sherman Phillips
311 South Third street today about
1030 oclock to extinguish a small
blaze in the roof of the house
Tho fire originated it is thought
from a spatk from the root and little
damage was done the firemen getting
the blaze out before it gained any
headwayEXTRAStEOIALSEYTRA
EXTRA SPECIALS EXTRA
Items Thut Are Radiant with Inter
est for All Money Savers
Indigo Blue Calicoes 5o per yd
Silver Grey Calicoes Co per yd
Black and White Calicoes 6c per yd
Turkey Red Calicoes So per yd
Manila Lawns 2 o per yd
L B OGILVIEOO
FOR SALE
Ten shares Globe Bank and Trust
Company stock at 115 each plus
July dividend W M JANES
Master Mechanic RJ Turnbull
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has gone to Louisville on business
a
New line of Belts Ribbons and Purses at
prices that will interest you
2 pieces Wash Suitings 25c value ISc
Misses Lace Stripe Hose the I5c value this
sale lOc
40c value Ladies Lace Hose this sale 25c
SUITS FILED IN
MCRACKEN COURT
St Louis Concern Asks That
Deed be Set Aside
Mrs Rosa Robertson Saes J E Eng
lish For Diamonds Alleged to
Belong to Husbands Estate
OTHER SUITS FILED TODAY
Attorneys Eaton and Drake today
filed three suits in circuit court
Tho Parlin Orenaorf Co of St
Louis sues Mrs Georgia A Lyle and
othois to set aside the conveyance of
property in the city claimed to have
been deeded illegally Tbo petition
alleges that the plaintiff got a judg
ment against tbo defendant for about
f 1500 and a return of no property
found made It later developed it
is alleged that a homo and lot hal
boon deeded to relatives The suit
asks that the deed be sot aside and the
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property to conveyed over in settle
ment for tho judgment
Mr Rosa Robertson widow of the
late J E Robertson filed a suit
against J E English to recover dia
monds alleged to be worth about f liDO
The petition alleges that the diamonds
were sold to Mr Robertson by Mr
English bat the latter was allowed
to wear them and after Mr Robert
son death Mr English refused to
turn the property over to too estate
The administrator holds a bill of sale
for the diamonds it Jo alleged
D A Yeiser has filed salt against
D H Masters to secure the payment
of a f 100 note
B Harper has filed a suit against J
W Collier and others to secure tbo
sale of property for division
W 4 Walfers has filed a suit
against L B Duncan to recover a
note amounting to 15000 ana for the
enforcement of a lieu
Feddy Boone has filed a suit against
his wife Oreaor Boon alleging
abandonment and asking for a di
voice They married in 1810 and ho
alleges separated in 1001
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SUSPECTS ARRESTED
Chief Collins Captain Joe Woods
and their men havo three suspects and
three fronts of goods believed to be
stolen at the city hall and expect
interesting developments by tomor J
row
SwtdUh Newspapers
Sweden has now 761 newspapers
and periodicals including fiftytwo
dailies Stockholm has twelve dallies
a large number for a town of 320008
people
UMBIA COLUMBIA COL
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IOD VTfWVlOD VIHJli
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Mens Madras i Shirts this sale 25o
Boys Madras Shirts this sale 25c
One lot of Zephyr Ginghams 15c this sale lOc
China Silks in all colors suitable for waists
7Sc quality SOc
Fire Sheer Organdies in white and colors
lOc yard
I DANQtrt OF A SYNONYM
Chinaman Uadly Mixed Up In Flgara
of Speech
A graduating class at Coferobla col
lego several years ago contained a
Chinaman an Icolander a South
American and an African In addition
to young men from various parts of
Europe and our own country The
Chinaman was chosen to deliver the
farewell address to tho class He
nlm clf afterward told mo how ho
did It
1 got along all right said ho un
ill I came to the closing words Thru
with my arms spread as If I wer
pronouncing a benediction I said
And now after these years ol
pleasant association wo must sep
arate oven to the uttermost ends or
the earth May we ever preserve fond i i
memories of each other and may tho
Supremo Being who rules all things
pickle us until wo meet again i
You see he explained I had used
the word preserve once and wished
to avoid It the second time so I looked j i
In my dictionary and found that
pickle was a synonym Brooklyn jl
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Ignorant FatheInL JW I I
Didnt i start at once on their i
wedding lourneyT No There WII j
a mistake about tho railway tickets j I
What sort of a mistake Why ItI
seems that her father didnt under I
stand that tbo bridegroom expected
him to pat for them Cleveland
Plain DealerMedicines j
Medicines to Take Along I I
The medicine caso for a long trip
should carry an ounce of powdered
permanganato of potash A plncb of It j
dissolved In water will soften tho skinI I
heal eruptions and neutralize bad I
odors Citric acid bought at a reIid j
reIidable
able shop la another good traveling I
companion Lemons are clumsy In j
a traveling bag and often Cilghpricod I I
and Bcarce but tho citric acid will
take their place perfectly In warding
off bilious headache and nausea
I A DELIGHTFUL PLACE TO SPEND
THE SUMMER
In the highlands and mountains of
Tennessee and Georgia along the
line of the Nashville Chattanooga
and St LouIs railway may bo found
many health and pleasure resorts
snob as Monteagle Sowanee Look
out Mountain B r heobu 8prluiz
Bon Aqua Springs East Brook
Springs Eitill Springs Nicholson
Springs and many others The brae
ing climate splendid mineral waters
romantic and varied scenery combine
to make these resorts unusually at
tractive to those in search of red and
health
A beautifully illustrated folder has
been issued by tbo N O and St L
railway and will be sent to any one
freo of charge 1
W L DANLEY
General Passenger Agent Nashville
Turn
TennMention
Mention this paper
1800 CHICAGO 0 ST PAUL
MINNEAPOLIS AND RETURN
Via the Northwestern Lino 3300
ronriittrip Chicago to Superior and
Duluth 1550 round trip Chicago to
Sault StoMarie tickets on sale dally
3185 Chicago to Marquottso and reo
turn on salo Jute 7th and 21st July
6th and 10th Correspondingly low
rates from other points Perfectly
appointed train service Through
alueplng cars Tho best of every
thing Information and tickets can
bo secured from your homo agent or
I I address Cincinnati N M Ohio Broezo 435 Vine street I
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Fine Lawns in the large floral patfiJWHTf He Ii
latest things for dresses lOc and ISc J
A special thing in lace stripe whit tf t jjjppdjj i
worth lOc in this sale Sc
One lot of Fancy Silks in waist patterns
worth SOc this sale 25c
J R ROBERTS 325 BROADWAY I
BIRD OF WORKS
IMS TWO TRACKS
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jHtecpmmend Double Track
r asd Widening of Broadway
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JP flHttli the Cost rf Paving to Be
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Paid 113y Street Car Company If
Doable Tracks aro ordered
HER MATTERS CONSIDERED
+ Ties beard of public works last
ightf i decided to recommend to the
fn ri i oonncil the double tracking
jSjtfche street oar lino on Broadway
trom f1ifcbto Fountain avenue as the
ftet la reconstructed The details
prr to be decided on later and all
lMt the board recommends is that
thoroughfare be double tracked
fe widen the street two feet on
faaide
> lti opposed the council will now
lair the necessary ordinance drawn
Mir the members appear to be in favor
fk the improvement Tho street car
fl Mpany last night submitted a new
t reemgnt to pay onefourth the cost
tithe paving of the street whether
ttie street is widened or not If tho
doable tracks are ordered it is sup
jtiteed h that the city will lava to sell
jUwtlier franchise for the additional
ttiwk but some claim that It can be
Wally done simply by amending the
fiehle
Gas reason the oity is likely to ao
t the proposition is that at present
tthe
street car company does not have
pay any part of the cost of recou
aIholing streets When a street is
ijfrriil the company simply has to pay
Bier the heavy rails it pats down and
flplfbor The concrete and other ma
6fiai and labor have to bo paid for by
t byor
If the street oar companys propo
QtWi fsJiccepted the company will
Jfctt pay onefourth the cost of pav
Broadway from Fifth street to
iBrt din I avenue while if the double
Good Doctor and
Good Druggist
QM is necessary to the other if
I best results are to be ob
A No matter how skillful a
La may be bow well the
lac be prescribes is suited to
ee his best efforts are set at
lit if a careless Incompetent
ntgi puts up the prescription
veur prescriptions here That
is surest guarantee that they will
W a ljijMmnileil Just as your pbysi
tieiaa wishes them to be
1 OEHLSCilLAEGERDruggist
Druggist
th and Broadway
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PlloNt 63
II i j I j BIG SPECIAL
IFOR I FRIDAY ONLY
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COLONIAL ICE TEAS
These beautiful glasses cxtrtly match the peerless Colonial pieces we have from time to time offered
during the pest few months They arc real Colonials no cheap beading or other inartistic effects
Perfectly straight cut brilliantly polished large size and ground bottoms
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SETS OF 6 33 CENTS PER S1
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These arc not tumblers They arc the full and correct size Ice Tear Glasses Not more than one
set to each customer None sold on telephone or mail order
I FRIDAY ONLY
ONLYRhodes = Surf ord CompanyI I
112114116 N Fourth St Paducah JIIIRc J YI I
Sale begins protnplly at 9 oclock anti con
tinues until all have been sold
soldFRIDAY ONLY I r 1
For 30 Days Only
1000 Solid Gold Frame Glasses now 6 50
8 50 Solid Gold Frame Glasses now 1 500
800 Solid Gold Rimless EyeGlasses now 500
500 GoldFilled Frame Glasses now 250
500 GoldFilled Rimless EyeGlasses now 2 SO
350 Aluminum Frame Glasses now 175
Examination Free
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DR M STEINFELDS
Bro aOptical ParlorsBrlwa
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