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tHE PADUCAH EVENING SUN J c
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Fk SKIN AND BLOOD
P L PURIFICATION
Cuticura Soap Ointment
and PillsLk 1
Cleanse the Skin Scalp
and Blood
Of Torturing pisfiguring Hi
mours with Loss of Hair
COMPLETE TREATMENT SIOD
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9 Thousands of tho worlds best pea
pie have found Instant relief and speedy
cure by the use orCullcurs Soap Ohit
mcut and Vllls la tho most torturing
14and disfiguring of itching burning and
14 scaly humours eczemas rashes itch
Inns find Inflammations
1 Thousand of tired fretted rcothct
L of s61n tortured and disfigured babies1
k or nil ages and conditions have certi
tied to almost miraculous cures by the
Io Cutlcnra remedies when the best raed <
foal I skill had failed to relieve much
less cure
Cnllcur Treatment is local and con
r muU9nal complete and perfcFt
t pate sweet and wholesome Bathe the
affected surfaces with Cotlcnra Soap
and hot water to cleanse the skin ot
ws J crusts and scales and soften the thick
encd cuticle dry without bird rubbing
ft f n6T rfpply Cutlcnra Ointment freely to
r l al lay Itching Irritation and inflamnia I
tlon and soothe and heal and lastly
S w 1 take Cntlcara Insolvent Pills to cod
and cleanse the blood and put every
function in a state of healthy activity
I fc More great cores of simple scrofulous
and hereditary hnmdnrs are dally mad
k hcu by Cntlcura remedies than by all other
K blOOd and akin remedies combined a
single set being often sufficient to turn
the most distressing cases when all
else falls
1 Midenoaehear MI erta Mann aomL ear
fas aConedu Cabal flu sc ire11dm 1 >
Iiaa t1 to n w
s an 1e lJo 4
Re Nb PoritISili
r A 1 Ikr Drr U4 1 rt
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ae aMtrate ee shod Palaabe
L1f WATER rnDNT STOP THEM
t I h1 Several of thfl bojchcrs today state
° that even high water jdid not atop
f them from going to t hoi market house
jijln 1834 and ft nnrubar claim not to
i JjThave mined a single day during the
tf1ood although the general publio had
JSa hard time getting r there even in
r + skiffs Kvcry rrniUIIcan ill 1iuliuali and tin1
s IiI > rpyuatcd tons 0 if tile district 1IM 1
+ II rrgler od next Tmsda October 4tji
I l Wbob a girl gets too old for yen to
I l lilIuhe fs the right ago tor f some other
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BIG MAN DUE
Col John Vance I Will be In Pn
iluciili Monday Next
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President of toe jOhlofVpHcy I jra
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provcment Association I
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Colonel John L Vance of Cincin
nati Ohio wrftos i that lie will rrlTo
in Paducah Monday on business and
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may remulu throughout Tuesday
Colonel iV nce It I president of tbe
Ohio Valley Improvement AfHocin
tlon and it It 1 presumed tnnt he is
coming on business connected with it
The annual meeting will bo held In
Unntlngton West Virginia In No
vembor and It ll expected that the at
tendance will bo largo It ii I not jet
known who will attend from Padu
cah
The association has ai its object tho
Improvement of the Ohio river from
the headwaters to its source and
although It has not been able l toao
cbmpliih a great sealr it has n ver
lost hop and will rcnow its efforts
with redoubled rigor before the next
Session of congress
Colonel Vance during his stay in I
Paducah will be at the Palmer
Home and hopes to meet local river
men
TOM WATSON
SAYS HE WILL FILL ALL HIS
DATES
Birmingham Ala September 30
Thomas E Watson nominee of the
Populist party for president who is
here said today lISt tho reports that
he bad broken down physically nndor
the strain of the csmpalgn have been
exaggerated IIe says ho issntferjng
from a severe gold but ho had been
retting up at his hotel since reaching
here yesterday and expects to fill all
his appointments
appointmentsTo
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LuMlraIBrdmo galnlnc TabltL III t
rtmssU 1s tclund the money ll It lalla l to cute
I E W CtOTtl tltnrure la t on etch box 15 e
HAS GOOD OONQUEaATIONS =
Rev V II Pinkerton is I doing
much good with his revival services
Tonight bo will preach again at 730
and desire l all to como
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Kepttblican Jo Jilt fail to register
Tuesday October 4th 0 a m to 0 p I in
CARNEGIE LIBRARY
OPENS TUESDAY
Miss Shnrpc Will Deliver an
Address
elddresst
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Tho Final and Formal Opening Will
I Take Place Later y Programme
For Tuesday l
Tim PUBLIC 18 INVITED
Tho preliminary opening of the
Carnegie Library at Ninth and Broad
way will be held Tuesday evening
next October 4 at 730 oclock The
library board met last night in special
session for the purpose of arranging a
programme for the opening and while
this will be the opening of the library
as far as the public Is concerned In
gaining access to tho book the final
and formal opening will not occur
until winter when all books have been
listed and tho entire library prepared
for nS8
Tbs programme arranged for the t
opening Tuesday night 4s brief but
one number especially will be of in
terest this being the address by Miss
Sharpe The programme follows
OrcrturoDeclaration
Declaration of Opening of Library
Mayor D A Yeller
Invocation Ilev O W Ferryman
MusicIntrodnotory
Introductory Remarks President
E W Bagby of the Library Board
Lecture on Libraries Mies Kath
erlne Lnclnda l3narpet
Music
Closing Remarks Public School
Superintendent 0 M Llob
Miss Sharpe is I one ot the greatest
librarians in the country at present
holding the Volition of head librarian
and director of the 8tate Library
School University of Illinois lit
Champaign ilL Her visit here will
be of much importance to those inter
ested in educational matters
Misses Ada Brazolton and Lathe
Purycar will furnish the music
President Bagby wishes to say ttnt
while this will be the preliminary
opening of the library no books will
bs given out that night and only the
fiction and juvenile departments will
be opened Tuesday
Tho library will take the following
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7 I THE WARM WEATHER
WILL SOON BE OVER
Its Only a matter ofa few days when you will have
to discard your summer clothes and replace same
with new and heavier ones Before buying else
where we would ask you to look over our two fireat
leaders in Mens and Young Mens Suits at
1QQQ and O5o
consisting of Fancy Cheviots and blacks single and
double breasted handsomely made up It will pay
you to come and inspect these suits We have other
suits of good materials ranging in price from
J
500 to 2000
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4 x Chidren S Set In We arc This making Particular a better showing Line than
J trevlous season The
It any previous season styles arc
S right and the prices are rIght Wc respectfully ask the mothers to Qq 50 1 5 00
Ii visit our Childrens Department Suits + QIs U O1 IJ tJI
We handle a complete line of Gen rs FurnishinG dI I
invite your careful inspection of pretty styles
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1 BROADWAYri THE CLOTHIER
e4 u
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NI 1 1V
Ya ti
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periodicals twenty In silt
Harpers Century Outlook JMc
Glares Bookman Literary Digest
weekly Worlds Work 1nbllo Li
brute Forum SclcntlUo American
Supplement weekly Headers Guide
I to Periodical Literature Review pi
Utvlows Muniey Colliers Weekly
rank Leslies Wiokly St Nicholas
Youths Companion Tho National
Georgaphfcftl Magazine
I Among the lute books published the
following have been received by the I
librarian
5 Tin Ointaway Tho Cost Dorothea I
Goai Uood Mau In the lilihopi
Carriage Ladder of Swords Memoir
of a Baby Nancy Stair Pillar of
Light Queens Quolr Virgitlos and
The Yoke
Mr Carnegie the loner of the 1I <
br ry has given the library the Magog
Charter and the Declaration of Inde <
pendencc both of which were framed
gratis by the Rex Manufacturing Com < j
pang and are hanging In the library
Mr Carnegie hits also given the 1
library tvo book of much value
They are the lllght of War and Peace
by Oration edition de lUll This le
one of the greatest books over written
President Rugby think and It has
been adopted by the Hague Tribunal
the bost recommendation possible to
receive
receiveTho
The other book Is I The American
i Natural History by Hamdey possibly
the belt natniul history over wsltten
Both books art elegantly bound nod
highly prized by the library
Decides the decision to open tin
library the board last night appointee
a committoco to look alter the Iud
improvements Tao curbing has let
tied a little out of line and will have
to be fixed and the committee will also
begin patting the yard in shape
Misses Baynham and Corbett li
brarian and assistant are working
hard getting the books lilted and
think they will have the library rudy
for the regular oprnlng sooner Iban
exported Miss Street the expert
cataloguer has trained both Miss
Baynbaui and Miss Cobrett thorough
ly in tho msnsgoment of the library
and wtltrfmatfl here nntil U tho library
is running smoothly
There will be many person on hand
Tuesday night and while tbs openlof
ceremonies will be brief tbe llbrarj y
Willie op t > < for Ila ptctlon nntlUlnv
at night Ll1hirEnvlted
Every republlojn in 1jilurali and ties
Inroqwratrtl townVof th ilitlrirt alum 1
register pn next Tue la Iktobcr 41b
ANOTHER NEW ROUTE
Mr S E Elbert Ilcreircs An
liointiiicnt as Carrier
His Route Will Bo In the Heart of
the City It Is I Likely
Mr S E Ebbed today received
from Washington Ills appointment aM
a regular letter carrier In Iadncah
The place Is I the newly created one re
suiting from the steady growth of Pa
ducah and the amount of mall bandied
hereMr
Mr Ebbert has been a substitute
and be is succeeded as substitute by
Mr Fabian Orecnwell Tho new
route which is to be carried by Mr
Ebbert will be in the heart of the city
and will consist of portions taken oil
other routes to enable the carriers tc t
carry farther out and to better I handle
the mall in their territory
The new carrier begins work to <
morrow morning
STATE W C T U
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CONVENTION AT MT 8TEHLING
NO LOCAL DKIEOATES J I I
The Btate Convention of the Wo
mans Christian Temperance Union I
will be held nt Mt Sterling begin
ping today and continuing till Octo
ber ttli Thee will be no delegates I
from Paducah the local organization
having went nono for tho past year or
two
AT METROPOLIS
A QOUPU5 FKOU TUIS COUNT
MARRIED YESTERDAY
Mr Harley J Doldry aged 32 and
Miss Mary Ii Uraneaged 10 of toed
rington this county wore married
yesterday nt Metropolis by Jnsllco I
Thomas Liggett
llpiulllrnn do not full to regliler
Tuesday October Jth 011 tit to 11 1 Im I
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Buy Your Childrens School Shoes at Rocks
We have made extra preparations this season for boys and girls strong stylish Rockst t
ntul we have them at prices to suit nil Ask to sec Rocks Little Red School House Shoej r j
If your boy hard on his
shoes i Then buy him at
pair of
RocksHoosier
Hoosier Boys
School Shoes
NONE BETTER
Our fall line of
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Walk = Overs
Arc Beauties
un
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The best to be had
II ROCK The Shoeist 321 BROADWAY I
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I S JOHNSTON CltAS DliNKltR
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Tennessee Office Fourteenth and YordJ Johnston J t = Denker Coal I C oI
203 I Good Clean Cal and Prompt Delivery i
I I tt
BOTH PIIONESWe II t ij want you to get acquainted with nijjttml find out that we will treat jou a
It t honorably lu every respect You will find no better or cleaner coat
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FRED MICHEL
TO TAKE A IlItlDE TO INDIA
WITH HIM WHEN liE GOES
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Mr Fred J Michel of LonUvllle
who has often been l In Paducah In
connection with State Y M 0 A
wprk and hat many friends hero and
MlRit Carrie M Hiker of Harrodaburg
Ky will be married October t at the
Presbyterian church at Hanodshnrg
by Uio Ilev J J Hunter Mr Michel
will leave In November with his bride
for India on the steamer Ced rio and
will sail for Calcutta where ho will
organize a Young Mens Christian
Association Jle Is sent out by tee
International Commlttrn of Nowi
York and after his work Is flulibvd I I
In Calcutta wil l take in other towns
In India Mr Michel halt been a
steady and faithful worker for the
Young Mens Christian Association in
Kentucky for several years Mr and
Mrs Michel expect to be gone seven
years
IrjHihlifun If you would vole rifl
ter TupmUy Utol r Illi
RURAL CARRIERS
8KVEHAL OF THEM WKRK AP
POINTED FOR KENTUCKY
Ilntal free delivery was yeiterday
at Washington ordered established as
follollIKentockyl1enton
Kentucky Hcnton Samuel M
Fields Eugene E Pace Clarence N
Tyre Charles W Lyle and Clint R
Miller regulars Lloyd Fields Perry
Pace Willis V Ilrcncr and II O
Ksrnei snbstlntes
Crntchflold Denote M Ilelcw regu
lar Hannibal tf Beat substitute
Blanghtcrvlllo George V Gentry
regular Albert S Uentry substitute
WicklllTe Tom II Worthington
regular Hiram E Bailey substitute
Postmasters have been appointed as
follolKentuckyMingo
KentuckyMingo Johnson county
LonlHlii Hayes
Illcpnbllunu If you ttnuM vote regis I
tcr Tnmlny th il tobvr Jlli I
NEW
TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS
List of new subscribers added by
the last Tennessee Telephone
company today
SOlrOrnsp W U Ulsoksmith 138I I
North Second
881 aLeo It U Grocery anti
Saloon 200 South Ninth
lC3aP BKet W F Ilediiloncolfln t
cnld Arenno
8MMolholl It E Itoililonco 811
Madison
MSO Hiohlo Mrs O IL Hcsldcnco
Sixth and MadlAon
12 rOlarlc Loots Grocery Booth
BocondIlomcmber
Remember wo give free country fcr
vice complete long distance connco
9000ube
scribers for the same price our com
petltors charge for less than half the
I > cal service fJ J
nOKURCTUD DAHY
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The Master Brew is the Beer for You
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IT HITS
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every time HclvcJcrc Is I along delicious think and It goes
right Iwmc Its nil good and pure
At an appetite creator and l system Irrigator I
I BELVEDERE
t 1The 1 Master Brow r
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has competition beaten to a pulp It stands alone apait in n
class by itself
It is the favorite of connoisseur and men of taste
It is the favorite of every one who likes a thoroughly re
liable beer
Its the master brew of f Kentucky
Ty It today
PADUCAH BREWERY COMPANY
Pducah Kcntucltye
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WI PATTON Pica KlRDDVC hlcr P 1uaVKAB Aut Cashier
Citizens Savings Bank
Third i and Broadway
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SI 140000
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DIRECTORS
JamesA Rudy I J N HUhcr Gea C Wallace
I neo O Hart Hi I Ullton W P Iaiton
P lmlelterJrlel It Kudy
Invites the accounts of all persons In need of bank
facilities
Open Saturday Nights
Interest Paid on Time Deposits J
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American German National Bank i
PADUCAH KENTUCKYe
Capital and Surplus 32600000
CM C Thompson vrt 1Ac 1 ounts of individuals firms and or
T J Alklni Vice IIDfIt f
1I I fIt 10f
It 10hllboDc1 ry
This bank Is ccntr illy located l completely equipped and will ref
ceive new business on most favorable terms 4
Have some choice offices to rent Lighted heated anti nil saul 1
tary Improvements I
C Par tits Tourist who desires la I units
t rf lu lSl
P Ililnglr SerrI I CI E IC 11111 r plealure Itb comfort at moJetto cott
I SaedlnvigoranarLakelireezes la tbe balmy
> 1 f atii oS Invlzotaltaf Lake llrtei ts
bigrls
rls 71baltere Dervca
V Three lalllnei each week behteDj
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