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1 AQK TYCOs u uu H 1IIE p p a EVENG SUN t 1 l11I1dD1 Si ilANUAIlY M 11
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MRS A fOUP
Milliner
f nH eriitxd to tlio pal 1io that she has purclmscd
the intercut of Mrs J fy Sherrill iu tho millinery
limit Sherrili l tonp > 428 Broadway and willt
J lieWaftcr operate tho business under her 6vn
BKBV
I liailielThugl indebted to tlr0 firm will plensb aeltlo
with Mrs Doup who will also pay nil accounts
against the concern if presented on or before
February 15h 1009
ito t same high standard of good taste
f 2 lufitletep t i iderfud j personal l service will be main
tained and1 continuance of your liatronage l is cor
dially nvtted
1 We have enjoyed a splendid business since wo
dpenedftlt3t SctUembeft and take this opportunity
i I to express our appreciation i
t
w I t i 11 n
F1IIKLKSS STOVK
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Uw > tbwninf t a Ugttlfcof Hoi T fn
r in V I oft Jlln Alton Mrnl
fit f MJ
i VW iilthlpfc Ill i heat mo coffee
Joe dif ri raid a bg Jaborcr on
use pf itbo many bnlldinga now belrfs
tfnduct < Sd In Wslsea A re wmlnutea
tieforb peon the other day And tie
l tirted d to do BO without the rid of
fire or ere the upq of a match
He took his botle from bra hand
tag end wttMt Went over to the
w0mJea1oirtrlVanc In wTilch mbrtar
about half a I
wow ixrdt I He put
ttemUhif of rani 111 1 a corner of the
mortal1 bed navies previously scraped
that pat t cl the bed dry and clean
T > enttowWrof Ck a piece ct J hnI I
ibaathne large as llB two fttta Ho
tlte hump c f lime dowii frito
SE 1 1 tad utbfs bottte staid 1
lR r lijlrfpl1f on the lime banked tip I
the bftttlo with sand to hold It 1n po
ttitan and woa ready for the Import
ail t part of tho Job Ji <
Dipping about a pint of water from
a cast near by th < > Jabt rJ poured it
mv tbo mounded sand cosily allowing
It to pcrcolat through th < J coarse I
praVris Putting 6ft a little more tad
tm1dI I
to hold the bottle In Its upright posi
tion tte went back t6 his work In
ten t mhnrtss thtt noon whistle blow
and this laborer went to his urclws I
jester tcoK front it his tea bdBtag
bobfagme
bob in at bottle that had at no time
been In danger of breaking from the
heat and proceeded1 to enjoy bls
ibmely but hearty meal all uncon
iclouS that he had performed a very
ntertstlne xp6rinwnt in natures
sheraJstryi Boston Herald
You pan rely > upon the friends you i 1 <
bu1t joU baVe money cnough to
keep thl1 bpjight toI I
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HeadachEs
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Constipation
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t Te Famous Buick
> < Tonneau
lit t < iJ t dYlq dc1iv y A1k the man who 1 owns
a tere76 It Vng Ziti you S will haVe ho others
I PTTEBJOHN 4 MLBEY
Agents
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Gallerj 2io
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Bale Thursday 9 a m
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I Mr Joseph Thonet
PrsontS I
MiElsie Edna Garnella
I arid Company i
In tho roving fnrcinl comedy
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MOVING PICTURES i 1
Tuesday and Thursday
Nights of This Week
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PROrm Mm
BOOZE BANQUET
OblccVtbU9o of Wise at Lin
jOb1 I cola CoHtonafy I
Quote Kxtroct Proiii AWrc5s fii Xoli
Irl < itfon for PmiliRntVfflcM Water
t was Usctl In Toast
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I Chicago Jan 2SThc Natlont
Prohlblllbn party + heeadcfuartere i Is
sued a protest against what It call
the booze banquet tobe t held al
Springfield JIto February 12 In 1
celebration l of the centennial of Pres 1
dent Lincoln
I It says the Jecjson of the commit
tee to use wino at tho banquet Is In I
defiance of tho martyred president
principles ho
i As showing IJncolnt antipathy t o <
I the use of wines or ligtio s the pro
hlbltlonlsts protest quotes an extract
ot Llncolnt speech made at hi
home at Springfield June 1Q 1SCO
In Ihcf presence of the committed
tronr the convention which named
him for president
presidentftih Ale
The extract follows
Gentlemen wo must pledge out
mutual heath in the most health
beverage wWsii Cod has given id
man Its the only beverage I have
+ ever used ot allotted la my fames
and I cannot casslsiently depart from
lit on the present cccatlon It 11 i pure
Adams ale from the special spring
All present then stood np and
drank from cups of cold Rater It
Is then stated that Lincoln after
wards frequently voiced his dislike
for liquor and once said the next
question after the reconstruction will
lhquoti It l
IW i
TITIlKRCULOSIS NOTES
1SS
According to a report Issued re
cently by the local government board
of London the number of deaths
from tuberculosis In England and
Scotland has decreased by onethird
In the last 50 years falling from 54
918 In 1853 to 307 4C during thg
past year while tho death rate pet
10000 of population has fallen more
than onehalf or from 298 to 115
In Ireland on the contrary thcdeatH
rate per lOOOti halt increased In 40
yean from 21 to 27 Dr Arthur
Newsholme attributes the decrease In
tho mortality front consumption In
England to effective segregation and
institutional treatment of the ad
vanced cases of the disease which
arc known to be the centers of In
fection and spread of tuberculosis
The Irish medical authorities attrib
ute the Increase In the amount ot
tuberculosis to a combination of pool
housing Insufficient and unnourJsh
Ing food bad sanitation especially
In the schools and tho large Irish
emigration
emigrationi
iDr i i Maurice I FUhberg tl I authority
for tho statement that the number
of deaths from tuberculosis among
tho Jews i Id f from onethird that ob
served among tho nonJcwJsh popula
lion around them and 1lvingn the
same urban environment Dr FIsU
berg attributes this remarkable vital
ity of tho Jews and their Immunity
to sickness IB general to the fact
that they haVo peen for over 2000
years dwelling 1 In die city and all
thus ablq tb withstand more than
their neighbors
As a means of checking tubercu
losls In the prIncipal l cities of Brazil
the Kfnltary authorities of that ccr
try have Instituted a campaign In
volving the expenditure of 1 1250
000 The project Includes the com
pulsory reporting of every case of
tuberculosis thd establishment of
hospitals agricultural colonies and
IoXlno F I sanltorlums deaths from tuberculosis were
caused during the last year In thb
department of finance of New York
city due It Ii cldlmcd largely to In
fection from the books and papers
Atter one of the bookkeepers In the
department died recently at his work
from a hemorrhage caused by con
sumption the city health authorities
closed the office and made a thorough
I fumigation of the books and prem
ia a w
It
The national commission I on coun
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ROBBER STAMPS
We have toe Uni
form Bill or Lad
ing Stamp re
quired by the In
terstate Commerce
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I had suffered with female trouble for
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NOTICE
I
I urgently xequejit all persons In
debted to me tpymalui settlement be
fore the first day ofMay 1909 as 1
will after that date bring suit on
every unpaid note and account duo
me Now your account Is to each of
you a small matter Awhile the whole
Is to me very Important I shall deal
I with all allkeTlf you dont pay you
may know that you will be sued
I whatever your name or color may be
I hate to do this but l am forced to
It In telfdefenSe It you have not
the money and wlllb8frbw It to pay
me In full by tfie first day of March
1909 I will deduct 40 per cent from
your account thereby paying the In
I terest myself jlsthls not as fair as
any sane man can ask
DHS Z HOLIAND
Inn I Grahamvllle Ity
IIt I enc i8 f the worJ Jcffn t know
how the ether half EVei Jl hut be
cause it doesnt spend c Jot of tithe
trying to flnd out CJilvtBO News
MY M CHMSTBfMI
OIIItSTIIfIIUlI I
AtMHU G
SPORTSMEN
IitttiS1iu l iai t1 tsV i IIOUFIi
lommi i
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iVuVo Orgniilititl 1 t for That liirM > id mill
K > iert In Meet With1 liar
courngcmeiit
For the purpose of getting all of
the sportsmen of the city together
and took after their Interests the Pa
ducah Outl s club has been organized
Ills the Intention of the promoters to
secure a largo membership and pre
pare flftilng grounds ami plan hunt
Jng trtIS later It Is the Intontlon to
erect a country dub house such as
would be a credit to tho club and the
city for the ute of the members
while on hunting expeditions
The club was organized quietly by
about twelve local eportenwn and
With three meetings tho pious have
been started oft moderately well The
officers elected hove been George
Fielder prosldont John Hawkins
secretary JB Gardner treasurer
and A W Sheppard Frank Cnrk
i and Adplph PjoixJj trustees The
next meeting of the cub will be hoTd
February I I
So far tho exact plans of the club
hate not been determined until more
members to the ohrb have been so
cured wliKh seems to be cncy from
the expressions of rtxirtinion It II f
probable that a club house will be
built otr the other silo of the Ohio
river convenient for tho fishermen to
reach the lakes It Is the intention
to purchase boats to mat tho dub
house may bo reached easily and for
use on tho lakes
News of f Theatres
I i A Knight for n Iiy
The music of A Ktiitht for n flay
Js tho best that Rn > mond Ifublmll hits
placed to 1116 credit uiiil lit tiratliy Is I
quoted high In the nfusbMi comedy
market
Linn anil the Inuit
r Ono of the grentOKt dramas ever
presented to American ihonUraoer e
The Lion and the Moos liarK
I lain play which II nry U llarrU
will present here soon
The JlITOIl
Tlu ltD of the late Joseph JolTemm
WHllam Winter Jefferson playa Hob
Acrws Iw Richard JWwIoy Sherl
den famous comedy The lUvole
Ms fathers old roar Tht thealnr
Boors of this city will havo an oppor
tunity to Judge for itself when Joseph
Jeftorson and WlMlam W Jefferson
supported by a notowwrtliy cast will
present The Itlrals at the Kentucky
nI I
Merry Multiof Xew York I
Something uuupually line in < he
line of farcical comedies wlil bo the
attraction at the Kentucky when Aj I
Merry New York Mold ml kea its a
tlaJ bow here The piece baa a Mory
upon which an the fun Is based and
Wo luivo secured solo agency
for the celebrntcxl
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Head the follauliig Riiarnn
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tcocWo
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Woolo Cotton Silk or Mixed
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goods package for package
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unvO1 < does not contain
any poison or acid and con
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safety on the most delicate
fabrics
tabrlcsOT
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and wilt give perffcct antis
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jCardui j medicine is a strengthbuilding medicine that yotf
need if your fomulo functions are disordered Ol if
i you suffer from any female pains such ns pains in
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ticto Atr4y
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try life Is study ng the sanitary con
dition of the farmers and will lay
special cmphnns on tuberculosis In
the rural districts
t Consumption costs the United
slates 00000 liven of human beluca
double that number ot cows and live
stool and at lest l one billion dollars
In money every year
t aVery few people ute more than n
small percentage of their lufag I ca
pacjty a fact wbt h tends to produce
con nmpUoD especially In school
children
childrenThe
The negro mortality from tubercu
losis in the CIted Staten is about
150 per coot Beater than that of the
white people
tWblte
T Tnberevlosls U Bach less common
among coat millers than among other
classes of pee > According to tho
United States ee es statistics min
ers and mirimm occupy third placo
in the scale mt toast tuberculosis mor
tality tllr ka kers and farmers
being mere Is ne
Ib Dr S A Knopf says A child
predisposed to tvbercukute abode not
go to school Iter re its osghlh year
IFlies I are spreaders of eemvmptlon
by carrying Ute germs about from
the sick to the well
Tho rcccnt death from tuberculosis
of a three months old baby In New
ark N Jkvbohi toa woman who had
been discharged from a sanitarium
fanllorJnmrdrm
what effect tubercular environment
will have The father died before
the bAby was Uota The mother Is
dying
dyingThe
The hralfh alithorlttqs of Chicago
are endeavoring to make tho railroads
ralllroads
roads electrify their lines within the
city It Is argued that 12000 pounds
of soot per acre Jri a year are do
pogltcd In sonic portions of the city
by the soft coal used The purl oa
tion of the t all and increase In sun
light l sc lessen electriflcaUon would
materially lessen the amount ot
tuberculosis <
d
Qualified
o i
I from curtain rise to curtun fill ItII II
sintpy awrleaof rondlj vaalghttr i
Mr Hobert CJarnello of tho W lIJr fit I
Fields company In Isle orip IM put
of Dunraroa Drown Road the tioin
pang nnd lie Is obIT aipixirted by
niany nrtlcfasa pooplo from the
ranks of soma of the bMt mualenl l
tluccn of J0 w V < jrki snare of whom
are I iio Edna llaraoieh May Shirk
lhlrkfraR
Pranid M I FVirect Jack Stockton Ud
CI1pr
FlagBulgarias
Bulgarias flag is I co new that the
Turkish gunner did not recognlye It
and with blank shots turned back Itl ai
j stcamct flying Jt Tho official reall
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Only OM IROfrfO QUININE tbat h
L afivj Botoo Ouiniiw
Cures a CoW In On > D > C aH 3 Dy
I
tzat on of events Is I often slow In
coming When John Quincy dana
I sought to enter Berin as America
I minister to Prussia he was held UI
I at the gate and the omtor of tho
guard had doubts about lotting him
ICIn never having heard of the United
Rtatesof America A sergeant more
intelligent than hu superior know
all about the United States and on
his IntortCMion Adams was allowed
I to proceed The Turkish gunners
have rcaiont of their own for official
I Ignbranc Which tie Prussian 1 lieu
tcnhnt could not plead Uoilon
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1OU wirr nn ritouo
of our turnouts Wo can furnish you
at any time swell turnouta with fIIn
gle horse or team at mot reasonable
terms Our horsea recefw the best
care and our carriagoa are of tho
latest und bost style Prints tw nu
art boarded by tho week at low
rates
Tim TUMY LIVERY CO
Incorporated
Fourth and Kentucky Arenuo
Both phones 47C
INDEPENDENT ClCAR co BUILDERS
AM Till ACX XSSOIUICS OK A
IUINTV WOJIANH 1Olbl T
in hand glasses combs brushes man
ICure seta perfumes toilet water
creams lotions and powder are bore
la all tho exquisite elesanco and blub
grado coDcoctloDo so dear to tho fem
Inlno heart As alda to beauty our
lino of skin foods In creams and lo
lions are unexcelled Our array of
toilet article will suit tie most fas
tidiousS
S U WINSTEAD Druggist
Seventh and Brfthdwuy
Phone 756
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IWHAt I pRICEI I
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For Tour CWIce
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City Depository State Depository
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