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The Paducah evening sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, January 29, 1909, Image 8

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o ay youre good you are Youd oughtr writ a book on fishing Iel
I sure will an lit you to do de edltln
Hirer Stages
StagtiPHt t C 15 fall
Cincinnati 26 30 rise
Louisville 91 13 rise
Evansvlllo 127 oOi fall
Mjt Vernon 123 05 fall
M Cannel 16 01 rise
N hvllle 00 00 106 02 fall i
C ttanooga 56 01 fall
Florence Missing
Johnsonvllle 80 06 fall
Cairo 133 13 fall
St Louis G2 06 rise
Paducah 13 < 5 13 tail
River stage at 7 oclock this morn
> lpg 135 a fall of 13 since yester
day morning
Swells larger than ary that have I
been seen on the river for many a day I
were rolling this morning
Alt the boats pushing tows I
were compelled to tie up last night I
and keep a close watch on the lines
and put new lines out when the ones
in use parted The towboats will be I
compelled to stay at the bank till the
wind dies down Packets had trouble
In making landings because of the
strong wind but all packet boats
were in port today some a little boats It I
YJ1e steamer Jtentucky arrived from I
Rlverton Ala and all way landing
this morning with several cars of I
otr r
freight aboard for Brookport She
went down the rIvet to unload and
receive freglt tor Tennessee river I
landings She will Return this evenl
ing and receive freight at the wharf
boat tomorrow and leave la the ovenl
Ing for the see
The Joe Fowler arrived from Ev
an ville today and returned this after
noon She d4 a good freight and
passenger business sn and out of thief
r thlslport
port The Joo wlB be la port again
The John S Hopkins will be th
Evansville packet tomorrow morn
Tho Gracey Childers will arrive II 1
port tomorrow at noon from Nosh
rills and way landings and she wl
leave on a return trip tomorrow even
In gat C oclock She will probabl
do a big business in and out of Pa
ducah J
The Dick Fowler cleared on time
this morning forCalro and way land
logs with a large passenger and
freight list She wilt return tonight
at9 oclock
The Royal was In port this morning
from GolcOnda and returned this af
ternoon at 2 oclock Her freight
and passenger UGslness was good
Yesterday the ifoyal l had to have
some repairs made on her boilers She
lad what Js commonly I termed a
bag l boiler r
The George Cowling H was In port
twice today from Metropolis with ra
good < passenger and freight list
The Lyda returned from Joppa yes
terday and is ready to leave for tbe
Cumberland after a tow of ties
The George Gardner came In port
esterddy afternoon from Cairo and
received coal hero and went on to
losl Clair after a tow of stone for
Cairo I
A fleet of five bares belonging to
the J01 oat Charles Turner got
away from their moorings at the I
dead of Owens Island I at noon today
The barges were caught and tied
rlong the shore of tbe Tennessee
The steamer Kentucky will not be
In fromr the Tennesseb until tonight
DIg freight business upthe tenpea
00 and the hard stornTlast night and
today has delayed Tier I
Someone has advanced the start
ling theory that there Is nothlug to
monotonous as monotony
The German army numbers over
50MOflO men
Olive Camp No 2 W O W Also
Selects Its nepresentntlres nt
Same Time
Magnolia Grove No2 Woodmen I
Circle elected the following delegates
to attend tho Head Grove Stato con
vention which will be held at Win
chester March 9 Sovereign Clara 1
Maxwell grand state adviser Blre
Genevieve T Spence Mrs Clyde Cum
mnssr delegates Mrs Isora Calvin
alternate These ladles trill be
I companied by Mm Jennie B Kirk
land of Fulton grand etato worthy
guardian and Dr M Steinfleld Dr
H F Williamson and Mr Frank
e Roark delegates for Olive Camp No
2 W Q WI I
11Satlro to Contractors
I of Public Works at their office In the
city hall on Tuesday February 2
y 1909 at 330 p m for the construc
tion of seweralong the line of Brad
shaw creek from Broadway to Jotter
son street as per plans and specifica
tions on file in the city engineer
By U F Kolb Secretary
L A Washington City Engineer
A girl always pretends to be juatl
a Jlttlo afraid to t be alone with ru I
17 lbs ISc Coffee J105 at8S <
Clbs 17c Coffee 105 at85o
5 Ibs 20c Coffee 100 at80c
4 lbs 2Cc Coffee 100 at 80c
3 lbs 35c Coffee JlOO at 85c
2 lobs IGc Prunes 25c at1X
2 lbs lEc Peaches 25c at 20c
4 Ibs Broke i nice 25c at 20c
1 bottle Snapper Sauce 2Sc at 2bc
2bcI1 11
at 20c
1 S + lb can Grated Pineapple ISc < 1
at I 12c
1 Ib Tea GOc at4St
1 lb pepper 25c at 20c
1 pkg Buckwheat Flour 15c at2c
1 lb Grated pocoanut 2Gc at20c
1 pkg Soda lOc at 7c
1 bottle Extract 30c at 24c
1 can Huylers Cocoa 30c at 25t
U lb Chocolate 25c at 20c
Well Known Farmer of IHnndvllI
hood lycavosMotlier and Sisters
The corral
Louis Chambers 45 years old died
at hs home on the Blandvllle road
about seven miles from Paducah yes
terday afternoon after an Illness of
typholdpiKmmonla Mr Chambers
was a prominent farmer of the coun >
ty and although a man of quiet dis
position had many friend Besides
ills mother he leaves five sisters
Misses Mary Bettle Pattie and Kato
Chambers and Mrs W N Gregory
of 1000 Harrison street The funeral
wilj take place tomorrow afternoon at
1 oclock at the residence In the
county The Hey T B Rouse will
officiate The burial wilt be In Oak
1 Grove cemetery
William Parker Jr
William Jr the 18monthsoId
son of Mr and Mrs William Parker
of Palma Marshal county died yes
terday evening at 6 oclock after a
brief Illness of pneumonia The
funeral was hejd thfs afternoon at 3
Cclock at the residence The burial
was at the Story cemetery Marshall
The desire of glory CII11 even to
ho best men longer than any nth
asslon Tacltinf
Great Pacific Tea and Coffee C Co1
Old Phono 1170A 900 Broadway New Phono 1170
Specials for Saturday Jan 30
1 pkg Corn Flake JOe at Sc
1 can Silver Cow Milk Cc at Ie
1 lb best RIce 15c at lOt
1 can Gibson Polish lOco at 8e I
1 lb Baking Powder 45c at35c
1 nkg Noodles 1 6c at 8c
+ 8cll
6 lbs Navy D an25c1 I
3 pkgs Soda 1 tOei i
3 pkgs Mince Meat25
3 cans Cornt V 2Sei i
3 cans Peas i 1 > 25c
3 cans Hominy 25c
3 cans Syrup25c I
i lbs HomIny FLOl e L lOc l
3 Jbs Chopped Ilaminyw10c
3 lbs Dried Appes ac
3 cans Beans u2Scl
1 qt of Vinegar lOc
3 pkgs Curral ill 25c
2 pkgs Jcllo 15c
3 bqrs Toilet Soap 20e <
7 lbs Sugar t 42c
By C V GREGORY of the Agricul
tuna Division of the Iowa State College
Covering the course of study followed by the
Iowa State College i 7
will Be Published in The Sunf f
Beginning Monday February Iof t
f r
try So nnnlly suns Governor Denoeii of llllnoU Impressed ullli the Irjf
iM > rtAnrc of tt tin nulijcct Iliut Ian hUll > cwtotnl 5w the nrlcultunil Sehrnilat
the I Unlvcnlljr of llllnnl < uf I U 1
If Tlic Hun will give Its renders ulwt thoi HitH of Town College gt > tnt
Hint InHlHullon iml feels llml It will ho nn > rrc1t < 1
They Contain Knowledge Worth Many Dellars tl Farmers
llcNldm their irartlral value they arc very Intrrefttlng revealing i
they do the niaglr chcnilnlry al Itftll In growing hungt
Dont Miss Any of the Numbers
No matter how bad A man ls I hU
wlfeflrraSj believes ra his good In
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VERY dollars worth of highgrade Readytowear Suits Coats Capes f
Skirts Kimonos Waists or Furs will be Ruthlessly Sacrificed Be ¬ I J
+ ginning Today and to continue for one weeK only This sale is 1
conducted in the interest of our merchandise creditors to whom we are yet
t indebted and who we anticipate paying in one weeks time Our loss is your
gain and we assure you more genuine bargains than ever before of
vu fered in an ordinary life tfme Come today and every day and secure these 4
a gseewonderful bargains Watch the daily papers for f additional bargain offerings at
IlmlluCrff I I I
hall arousal strong Intrmt nnion rnnnrni throughout tlio coonr
Thd woman behind tho broom
doesnt draw a very laTgo salary but
she raise a lot of dust t <
A woman who Is popular with OUt
tt omen Is seldom a reign Ing favor
ite wlthmen <
Sole Agents
Both Phones 33 Q

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