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The Paducah sun. (Paducah, Ky.) 1898-1906, January 24, 1906, Image 5

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STILL LOWER PRICES
I AT LEVYS CUj SALE I
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In order to effectually clear oar store for spring good yic are
offering an additional 1
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL SUITS
For next Thursday Friday and Saturday See our eds
Your cant afford to miss this sale at
4 a 4
Korrect Dressers for Ladies aid Children
t 317 Broadway I
IKorrect I I
LOCAL LINESI I
ForDr Pendley ring 416
L 4 Engraved cards and plate 125 at
f The Sun office
I The Luther league of the Ger
man Lutheran church will meet
Thursday afternoon nt 3 oclock
with Mrs Henry Kamlelter at her
home on Third and Adams
k Slgu and carriage painting O
R Sexton both phones 401
Contractor Lockwood has start 1
ed work on tho Illvorsldo hospital
1r v changes by which the basement will
I I bo converted Into wards for colored
patients Carbon paper typewriter papal
and typewriter ribbons tho very
If beat at the lowest prices at 11 D
4 Clements Co
Tho Hucknor Hat at Fourth and
Monrou has been completed by Con
i tractor William Lockwood
Wo doslro to inform nil of hay
Ing bought the business of Mr Ash
brook and hope for n continuance of
the liberal pall ooalo accorded him
guaranteeing all satisfaction and apr
preclatlon Abram L Well Co
Tho remains ot tho late James
Thornton the blacksmith who died
In Riverside hospital were burled
t In Oak Grove yesterday
A Call Palmer Transfer Co for
t carriages baggage wagons and first
t class livery rigs Hack tares and
trunks strictly cash Best service In
Trunks InI I
tho city
cltIr H C Hoover of PadttcaV
I
has won tho Remington premium for
tho biggest percent Increaso In typo
i writer salon his Increase being 33
i j
v per cent beating the agents In Louis
vllle Memphis and Chattanooga
i Invitations and weddlnfnnnouncc
ments are a specialty of ThV Suns
job department with prices lower
i than elsewhere
I Officer Emil Gourlciix has been
Ii transferred back to the Vest Ken
tucky beat where ho had been for
several years until rtkently when
Officer Sam Beadles was sent there
fOfflccr Hcadles Is transferred to the
< Flrst ward
warclIr
i Mr C C > Xccd ham who went
to Pine Bluff Ark to take a place
SOULEfS BALM
FOR tHE SUN
SOULES LIVER CAPSULES
for Torpid liter tad l Milvia
We have obtalncd from Mrs
Bettie Soulethe pivllege
to make and sell ihese well
known and excellent prepa
rations and now offer them
in their original form as
introduced and sold for
ears by the late Dr Nel
son Soue
Soue25cech
25c each
x RWWALKER CO
Incorporated
D1UOOISTS
rMh Md rwtr loth Phewa 175
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JI IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
lIJADI OUlI j
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ens
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with n railroad Is visiting Mr C 31
Wilkins of Kentucky avenue In
stead of going with the railroad ho
has been selected assistant to the
state secretary for tho Arkansas Y
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M 1 C A
AMr
Mr Lee Andrew has returned
from Ballard to reside
Secretary George Snadon of the
Dark Tobacco Protective Association
and Mr John U Allen of tho execu
tive board passed through Paducah
yesterday en route to Murray to at
tend n meeting of the Galloway coun
t branch
brnnchTho
Tito second of the debates be
ing conducted by Ingleslde lodge of
Odd Fellows will bo held Friday OY
enlng In the fraternity building and
tho subject for debate will boo Re
solved That It Is tho best Interest to
confer only one degree each night
Mr P J Bcchenbach and 11 ai
Thomas will have tho affirmative and
Messrs Kobt L Conner and V O
Berry the negative
The usual prayer meeting will i
bo conducted at tho First Presby
terlan church tonight by the pastor
Subject Beginnings
The I C pile driver was sent to
Maxons Mills bridge this morning to
strengthen the bridge which was
weakened by the recent heavy rain
The Mite society of the Evangel
ical church will meet with Mrs Louis
Kolb IS 10 Broad street tomorrow
afternoon
i The Ramsey society Broadway
M E church will haVe for sale most
dellclons cakes plea and candy at
L B Ogllviea next Saturday
The Luther league will meet to
morrow afternoon at 3 oclock with
Mrs Henry Kara teller of South
Third street
street110TION
MOTION OVKItKUMU
To DIxmiMH the WwTcrn National
Bunk Suit Against II A Rose
Administrator
The motion made by J1G Rudolph
administrator of H A Row to have
dismissed tit petition of the West
ern National bank which was flied
against the administrator of Rose
was today overruled and the bank
led a motion to have Its case and
the case of the National Life Insur
ance company against Rudolph ad
ministrator consolidated
The insurance company has to pay
a policy of 10000 and the bank
claims the amount of the policy
which It Is alleged was pledged to It
for security for a loan Adminis
trator Rudolph wants the policy paid
to tho estate and filed a motion to
dismiss tho banks petition h1
court has not acted on the motion to
consolidate the two cases
Major Sounders Hotter
The condition of Deputy U S Mar
shal George Sounders of Mayfleld
who had a leg amputated Monday
the result of an acldental pistol
wound In the ankle Is reported bet
I ter lIe ii at his home In Mayfleld
and Is reported to have passed a
quiet night and resting easy this
afternoon
I Notice
Regular meeting of Ingleslde Re
bokah lodge No 17 10 O F Wed
nesday evening January 24 190C
All members and especially the staff
are urgently requested to be present
VENIA HESSIAN Noble Grand
IRENE MMAHAN Secretary
Poultry Food
Crackllns cracked shells and
Pratfs Poultry Food at Jake Bleder
man Grocery and Baking Co
U3R
NADINE FACE POWDER
IN OHCCN OXM ONLY
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HARM
LESS AS WATER
NADrNIt Pace Powder Is compounded and purl
ant by aNRWLV DKOVKBID KROCE S Pro
lute a beautiful toft lveljr appearance which
remain until wished off Ladle wbonte saint
ace ton er ID grata boxri are lure the complex
ion will bcfreth Hurt lovely al toe cltte of the
tvealnr rim QUALITY IS UNiQUALKD Bay
ise o9 edI pcrfcate andtl yon are opt entirely
eutlrelyhtllI
tttlBed notify u and we will promptly MKKONC
10Ua MON CY
ouaxonavHilt
Hilt by leadlnv drutcUt or bull Price 60
ceatWhlti FlethPlak Braaette
Preparedly
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Pesple mnd
l1NLA41d11g Bnersfs
Mr Will Bander Married Today
Telegrams received In the city to
day announced the marriage In Col
umbus Miss this morning of Mr
Will Sanders of this city to Miss An
na Louise Lee of Columbus Mr
Sanders family and a few Intimate
friends here krew of the approach
Ing event but It has been kept care
fully from the public
The bride is popular In Paducah
where she was the attractive guest
of Miss Kathleen Whltcfleld several
years ago She is of especially
charming personality and Is a decid
ed social favorite Mr Sanders first
met her when she visited hpre She
Is the only child of Mr W H lee
cashier of the Columbus Insurance
and Banking company and a profit
nent citizen of Columbus
Mr Sanders Is the eldest son of
Dr and Mrs W H Sanders of Arca
dia and Is one of the most popular
young men both socially and from a
business standpoint In the city Ills
fine business qualifications have reo
ceived distinct recognition Tor so
oung a man and for the last few
years he has commanded one of the
most Important territories of the H
C Godman Shoo company of Col
umbus Ohio His midwinter vaca
tions are always spent In Paducah
with his family and this Is regarded
as his home lIe was here during
the holidays and only left recently i
The wedding took place early this
morning at the home of tho bride
and was a very quiet affair The
couple left Immediately for firming
ham Alabama and New Orleans and
will then go to Cuba They will visit
In Paducah later but will make their
home In Columbus Miss
Some Features of tho Coming Mln
Sl 11lH
Special attention Is called to the
large orchestra In the Merry Min
strel Men and Molds performance
next Tuesday night January 30th
at The Kentucky
A feature In keeping with the cause
for which the entertainment Is given
Is the opening chorus This Is a
medley of favorite southern songs
and each one will be given with apt
proprlato costume and action
The Children of the Confederacy
play an Important and unique part
and their singing with the chorus
will be another feature
Altogether about seventy people
will participate la thl effort tpJn
tQJl1jcrease
crease the fund for erecting the Con
federate monument in Lang Park
ParkI I
Doctors to Hold Meeting 1
The regular meeting of tho Me
Cracken County Medical society will
take place this evening with Dr J
T Reddick In the Columbia build
ing A number of Interesting mat
ters are expected to come up
Enjoyable Party
Master Nelson Broadfoot enter
tained qulto a number ot his little
friends Monday evening from 7 until
10 at tho home of his cousin Mrs
G W Broadfoot 315 Elisabeth
street Games and music were tho
amusements of tho evening with
dainty refreshments
refreshmentsCrescendo
Crescendo Club
Miss Julia Dabney will entertain
the Crescendo club tomorrow after
noon at her homo on North Fifth
street An attractive musical pro
gram will be rendered by the hostess
Magazine Club
Mrs Samuel T Hubbard of Jeffer
son street Is hostess to the Magazine
club tomorrow afternoon The mag
azines to be reported are Century
Scribners Bookman Cosmopolitan
Booklovers Everybodys and Liter
STY Digest
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Paducah Couple Marries at Cairo
Among tho marriage licenses Is
sued yesterday at Cairo III wore to
Oldron A Mitchell and Miss Lllllo
H Garr of Paducah
Cairo Cotillion Club
The Cairo Cotillion club gave a
most delightful dance at Ascallon
hall on Monday evening A large
number of guests were present In
eluding many from out of town Pa
ducali was represented by Miss Ella
To Sanders Entertain As You Like It Chili
The ° As You Like It club will be
entertained on Thursday evening
February 1 by Mr and Mrs J C
Flournoy at their t home on A yest
Jefferson ttt +
Mm McPherson to Entertain En
Series
Invitations are Issued today to a
series of card parties on Wednesday
and Thursday of next week to be
given by Mrs William Baltzcll Mc
Pherson at her home on Fountain
avenue
Marry at Kattawu
George T Yopp of 632 South
Twelfth slreetwiube married to
IMIM Sadie Martin of Kuttawa fit
f uttawatbsaftraot at p ill 6y
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the Reverend W i1V Nlckleson of
Kuttawa Immediately after the
ceremony the couple will come to
Paducah to reside Mr and Mrs
George Yopp have Issued Invitations
to a reception to be given In their
honor at their residence Friday night
from 8to11
Engineer Edward King of the 1111
nols Central has been transferred to I
the freight run between Paducah and
Mounds 111
Fireman E L Brake of the Ill
nols Central has gone to Covlngtbri
Tenn on business
Miss Etta Schrader of Mt Vernon i
Ind Is visiting Mrs P J Bechen
bach 904 South Fourth
Dr W C Eubanks has gone to
Stanford Ky where his father Is I
very ill
voryJltMr
Mr Leo Pettlt Is 111 of pleurisy at
his home on South Sixth street
Miss Ella Sanders of Puducah
Ky will arrive this evening and be
the guest of AMss Emma Woodward
for a few daysCalro Telegram
Miss Lctha Puryear of Paducah
Is the guest of Mrs Charley Legg
e e J W Worrell and H A Mar
tin traveling salesmen of Paducah
ere In the city Mayfleld Messenger
Mrs O T Davis has returned
from a visit to relatives in Salem
Ind1IlssElia
Miss Ella Sanders returned from
Cairo this morning after attending
a big dance given by the society folk
of Cairo last night
Mr Dick Williams express mes
senger on the Cairo extension runs of
the I C has been transferred to the
Hopklnsvllle run effective today
Mrs Harry Jennings has moved to
Nashville to reside Her husband Is
ah I C engineer and was a short
time ago sent to Nashville to run out
of that city on the Nashville division
of the road
Airs Jack Randolph will leato at
C oclock tonight for Koxapator
Mlssto visit
Miss Elizabeth Randolph daugh
ter of Mr Jack Randolph is III
I
Mr EVan Prosser of the B 0
Is at the Palmer today
Charles Rudy of Caseyvllle is
visiting his brothers JamesA Rich
ard and Fred Rudy
C E Jennings has returned from
ChicagoD
D W Coons secretary of the Com
mercial club will be home January
28th from New York and othereast
ern cities where he has been In the
interest of the club
Dr W C Ebbanks Is visiting In
Stondford Ky
Secretary of the Board of Public I
Works Saundera A Fowler and his
wife juli left 1 1 lVjUi or Louisville i on the noon
train today
George Baker of Elkton Ky Is In
the city today t on business
Misses Cora and Azalea Hudson ot
West Monroe are visiting In Mem
1
phisR
R B Cowper of Smllhland wise
In the city today
Policeman James Clark who was
shot by tie Illinois Central flagman
at the Broadway crossing Christmas
day Is not doing so well today Ills i
thought the limb may have to be am
putated
MAIL BOXES
Are at Third and Broadway nnd
Fourth and Broadway
The local poatoffice authorities
desire to call tho attention ot the
public to the fact that there arc com
blimtlon mall and package boxes at
Third and Broadway and Fourth and
Droadway which many people do
not appear to understand The small
letter boxes have been taken down
leaving nothing that resembles them
on the Intersections mentioned ex
cept the fire alarm boxes and many
people as a result are dally seen to
try to mall letters In tho fire alarm
boxes Tho new combination boxes
now at the corners ot theso two
streets are for both letters and pack
ages and In appearance resemble tho
former big package boxes that were
there
I
ARTICLES FILED
The following articles of Incorpor
ation were filed In county court to
day
dayThe E P Gilson Co capitalized
at 25000 divided Into 250 shares
ofUOO cacti
The stockholders and amount of
stock held are as follows EP
Gllson 140 r F E Lack 70 James
Sevler 30 Swing P Gilson 10
The nature of the business IsJhe
sale of paints etc The firm Is one
t
ot the oldest In the city being located
on Broadway between Fourth and
Fifth streets
To Connect Up Heating Plant To
night
The heating plant at the city has
pital will be connected up tonight
The plant has been disabled for two
weeks toy the heater boiler breaking
down which necessitated the Instal
lation of a now one The boiler got
lost In transit dnd caused some
delay but the plant now will hex In
good condition When It was In
stalled at first the radiation was too
small but tfalr lias been remedied
Howby Mttlxgin additional radla
tOr J
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THE WONDER Sy tiTS k
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I Is certainly the greatest wonder ofri c
the age Never was a more onderv
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ful Heating Stove made than THEr
WONDER t
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IT IS A Shit FEED
Soft coal that does the same work
that a hard coal stove does keepingr
fire constantly sending out the heat
uniformly holding the temperature
just where you want it all day and all ti
night Its just what you want Bel
sure to see
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GEO O HART i SONS Cae i f
I TIPS I 1
In the want ads you see Publici
ty Broken to Harness
Third MITCHELLS for bicycles 320 S
t
WANTEDLBoarders Apply at
1032 Broadway
HEATING ana stovewood Frank
Levin both phones 437
UMBRELLA repairing and cover
Ing neatly done 108 H S Third St
GOOD HEATING WOOD phone
Sander Brooks Phone 1347m old
FOR RENT Fiveroom house
gas and water 1032 Monroe Apply
F M Fisher pone 132 red
CALL AT Barrens grocery and
get your groceries cheap for cash
128 S Second St Old phone 1155a
FOR R T1wo rooms for gen
tlemen modern conveniences 219
North Fourth St
FOR RENT 4rooin house 2
doors from Third and Tennessee Sts
Apply H A Potter
FOR RENTS room house C2C
North Sixth St Apply 319 North
Sixth for Information
FOR RENT omco suitable for
doctor Third and Tennessee streets i
Phone 222 II I I
FOR SAtE 3 bedsteads a range
a sideboard dresser r 2 washstands
i and 12 chairs Mrs Barbara Dicke i
phone 1724
FOR SALEOne bed Davenport
one mahogany center table and one
regfrlgerator Apply 1255 Kentucky
avenue FOR SALE Spring wagons and
buggies comparatively new at bar
gain price Sextons Sign Works 16th
and Madison Old phone 401
WANTED Salesladies In dry
goods store Experience preferred
in applying state former position
Address A B Sun office
J E MORGAN blacksmith 409
8 Third Old phone 457 Superior
work guaranteed Exclusive agent
for flora stone side wire tires the
best rubber tire made
TAKE NOTICE Dr A Coble the
dvltte healer Is now located at 400
3 Third street where he will wait t
on all who may call on him Old
phone 1893
WANTED About four or five good
agents and collectors Honest men
0
can get steady position and make
good pay Open from 8 a m t08
p m F R Bon supt Campbell
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bldff
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FOR RENT 1e Ina on North
Seventh street with all iapdeTra coa
VeBleaces l A rift = crass i boarding
eet MIrartad r
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fHfiir Jt
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more to suit the renter Apply Dr 1
J G Brooks
UMBRELLA LOST Somo one
by mistake evidently took an um
brella from tho First Presbyterian 1
church Sunday It was black silk
with a silver flour do Its on the han t
die a silver band around handle
i and the Initial W engraved there H
on Return to Geo O Hart Sonsc
Hdw Cor
JtKAI ESTATE COMPANY
Will Tomorrow Night Elect Its Of c
ficl8I I
te
Tho Wndsworth Improvement Co r
will hold a meeting of stockholders
tomorrow night to elect directors I
and officers This company recently
purchased a track of ground on the p
Hinklevlllo road just beyond Oak
Grove It Intends to plat the ground
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and sell It off for city dots I o r
This company has nothing to do I
with the proposed race track propo
sition as has been announced In some
of the papers The race track will
be located on a track adjoining tills
companys property and will be a dif
ferent organization entirely fTho prot
moters of the organization expect to
have a meeting some time soon tor
perfect It
TOOK A HEADER tt
John Griffin n Colored nor Hurt By
Bicycle rtr t f s
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John Griffin colored residing at
Second and Clark strets Vas thrown
from his bjcycle this morning nboutJ
11 oclock and badly Injured
Tho boy was riding on Nmthstreet
near Washington and was going at a
pretty good clip when he struck a
rock or some kind of projection and
01 1I Ii
was thrown over the handle barsa 4
alighting on his head
lp
He was stunned by the blow andlp
parried Into a nearby store A pity
sician was summoned and sent the
boy home in a cab He had not fully
regained consciousness this after
noon but was slowly rallying He Is
not thought to be seriously Injured
although ho will probably suffer
from concussion for several days L
The boy is the son of John Griffin
who was arraigned In police court a
short time ago for false swearing
MIL TRUE S JAMES
Has Sold the Rights of Three of His
Plajw
The following from lost weeks
Now York Dramatic Clipper will ba
of Interest here
T H Wlnnett has secured from
True S James thc exclusive agency
rights of The First Violin as pre
sented by Richard Mansfield Thats
Johns Waln which Melbourne 1 t
McDowell starred recently and The f i
Old Melody Mr James recent suc
cess Mr James during ono summer t r
was leading man of the stock coini i
ht
puny et the Kentucky theatre In Paht
ducah and has many friends here
He subsequently married at Evans
vllle Ind a sister of Mrs George
Powell of Paducah
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