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I MONDAY MATT 9 tN7iI I THH PADUCAH EVENING BUW flat ZSLY 1 t
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WfCXJIIBIpN SEASON J NOW ON 1
Take a trip on the beautiful
SIR NASHVILLE
Jiw Hi Tyncr J P Timlin
MnMcr Clerk
IFe I to Nuhvme 3Gp
Nashville and rcturnI > I COO
1i00I 1 I
Leaves Tuesday and Saturdays
at 600 p m
eals and Berth Includes
For rates of freight and paseen
gurA call both phones C7C
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Nasbvllle Team
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Ticket Offlceaf
City Office 423
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Xr paducah nenart r 745 am
Ar Jackson 1230 m
Ar Nashville 1 132 pm
Ar Mbinphl 330 pm
Ar lUck maD 135 pm
Ar Chattanooga 927 pm
Lv 1aducan < 230 pm
Ar Nashvlllo 81i1i plD
Iv 1411uCl1b 2130 pm
Ar Nashville 811i1i pm
Ar Memphis 1000 am
Ar lllckman 83C pm
Ar Chattanooga 244 pm
Ar Jaeksoa 735 pm
Ar Atlanta 710 am
j Lr Paducah 010 pm
i Ar flBir 11h 7iCO pm
Ar Pails 915 pm
Arrival
d Arrived 1JO p m from Nasfavtlle
JIomph and all couthern point
Arrive 6 1C p m from Nashville
Mempnlf and all ouUiora point
746 a m train connecta at llolloi
Rock Jet with chair car and Butf
Droller for Memphis
330 p m train connect at Hollo
j Hock Jet with chair 6c and Buff
Broiler for NeBbfllle
KL Wclland City Ticket Agon
130 Broadway
S S Burnham pK Fifth and
Norton
NortonR
R M Prather Agent Union Depot
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L Co TJME TAllLi
s CtHTfClcd I to XovemlKT 11 Hi 100
Arrive Indurah
ttLouisville Cincinnati cast 362 at
e 1 lxUl vlllo 4lCp J
IxiulsTlllo Cincinnati cast 010 pi
Mphli Nr flMfjisTfifnth I 128 pi
1 Mphls N Orleans south 1120 nm
Mnynuld and Fulton 740 nm
Cairo I Fulton MayHcld 800 pm
Princeton and Evlllo 010 11m
Princeton and Hvllle 416 1111
Princeton and llopvlllo 0OQai
Cairo St Louis Chicago 73Cat
Cnlro St Louis Chicago 800 pm
Mcflls Carbdalo BU L1100 nUi
Metlls Carbdalo Bt L 33Cpi
IXMIVC Pnilurnli
Iou I I III o Cincinnati cast 133 am
1 Ixmlsvlllo 7COni
Uiutivllle Cincinnati eastll 25 ni
Mphls N Orleans south 3C7ai
Mptils N Orleans south 016 pr
e Mayfleld and Fulton 420 pn
r Mayflchl Fulton Cairo C30at
4 Princeton and KvlIIe 133 at
at Princeton and ElIIo11 nm
Princeton and llopvlllo 340 11m
Cairo St Louis Chicago 910ar
Cairo BU Louis Chicago C20pt
Metlls Carbdalo BU L 940 nln
f Metlls Carbdnlo St L 420 pr
J T DONOVAN AgU
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I C EXCURSION 1JULL1CTIX
l MoinpJila Tonuv Spoclal ex
curtlon Tuesday May 17 Train
leaves Paducali 950 I a m
bra for the round trip 12M
Tickets good returtrtng onlyon
e1e tai train leaving Poplar
v street Memphis 7 p m Mny
19th No baggage will bo
checked for this excursion
4 halt snore Mil Southern flip
lilt coiivuntlon Untri of unto
May s 8 and 10 return limit
Juno 1 Itounil trip rate J2I7S
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of nabs April 30 to May 7 in
clusive return limit May 9
Hound trip rain J1Z35
h lx > ul l vlll > Ky HprlnB rnco
mrttlna Mar 9 and 10 Hotind
i trip U15 good rctllrnlnlf Juno
Ii Tl kota will lio sold on Mny
10 llmltnl In Mny 11 for return
fof IJ90 for the round trip
Ticket will alio bo sold on
Mliy 12 14 19 21 26 2S 10
nnd Juno 2 amt 4 nt 1915 for
the round trip limit two daYS
CVntrnl City Ky flrand Army
pf Ilcpubllc Tickets will bra
Bold May 10 and 17 Bond rr
turning May IV hound trip
Uzo
ImlllOrlier 1
Order lieu Men TlckcU will be I
sold May 7 8 and II t > return limit
May 1C Itound trip JIS < D
Cincinnati O Ilknnlal See
Ulan Ocnrrnl Federation of
W0mnn Club Datea of sate
May fi 9 1Q and 11 return limit
P May 2f Hound trip rate flU
4J T DOXOVAV
4t ARrnl City times
n AI ritATiiicii
T A Union Depot
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RIJON
Shoes arc Confortallc
because the anatomical last
makes them fit the foot
perfectly in all positions
W tiff a tsar and prove rJI
I k 11L The style of the IJ
Stile
I No life 4
blrillnit rat
Coll eJM p lia L
Ralston is 1
seen at a 1A
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i glance A
Come ana look over
I the Spring and Summer Stylet
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We are offering
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in brcken in
sizes while they
last f
Ralston Shoes 400 values
patent colt oxfords at lIH
Dunlnp Shoes COO values
1 wax calf and pntent at 2IH
Fcllowcrnft Shoes 3CO values
patent colt oxford at SUI8
yomnko a specially of goijd Oxfords for mental moderate
prices V
Try n > palr of our regular 300 3CO or 400 Oxfords for
men Btylo slock and workmanship first class In every respect
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Creuws In Old Uiimn
The Romans had great circuses
i Historian declare
lrv hard 14 pc <
How this could 1m
They had no peanuts tbercIXc <
1iirM IMIRSI 1iinM
WlUliiim Indian file Ointment wll 1
turn mind IllMdlnK ana Itching Mien
It absorbs the tumor allay Itchlni
at once act a a poulllcj Rive 11
am
tantcreliet
tnnt relief Williams Indian Plli
Ointment 11 I prepared for fills any
Itching of the private marl Solil b
drug cUtii mall lOc and 1100 Wit
Vann MTir Drug co Cleveland C
byList
told by List DroB Co
A decree has been published In 1
Austria by which no one In nil owed
to refine raw oil or to sell petroleum
In tank without a concession all
turned from the government This
In a measure acnlnst the Staudar
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SIGNS
Brass
EICctrlcEmblematfa Glass
I Emblcmatii
I Board
I Wire
Make us a rough skotch
I givo the space the sign is
I to occupy and wo will
I mnko a design free of
charge
chargeRubber
I Rubber Stamps mndo to
order nnd office supplies
carried in stock
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I Mail Orders Given Prompt I
I Attention
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Diamond Stamp Works
I 115 1 S 3rd St Phones 358
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ROOF
SPECIALISTS
we patch and paint old roof
I and put on new ones on hor
I notice No roof troubles w
cant remedy Only xoluilr
bnilneu of the kind U city
M B Paint and
Roofing Mfg Co
Old Phone J21KA
PAYING
INVESTMENTS
12room double tencment on
6Ox1G6 foot lot Rents for
GO a month 14000
7room framo dwelling 10 foot
lot South Fourth ItroetU
OdO easy payments
2 2room houses on Benton
road 100 foot lotUOO
WILL R HENJJRICK
fire Insurance and neat
Estate
O1B bone 907 > r Itoora Ia Y
Truehart Bldg
YUUNCiMbl
PABSTS OKAY SPECIFII
know Does it the by work reputation You Prifo all S4J 01
r RUMMY J aM O kLSCNLAEiEI
pLf jyuitpvo the soil of you
link yardman aly zed by tho ogrlcull
urelj departmentT
Yea thoy said It consisted large
ly I of glass tin and nitty with
trac a of bulldwa I limo and sue
gO Uxl that it might do to raise n
mortgago onLoulnJllo Courier
Journal
When a woman Ipr the worst c
It pho has very much the wont of
It but when she has the host of It 1
site has very much the best of it
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HIVEIt PACKET COMIAX
incorporated
EXCTJIISIOX TO TENNESSEE
RIPER
Steamer Clyde overx Wcdnusday nl
C p m
Steamer Kentucky every Saturda
at C p m
Only 1800 for the round trip of fin
days Visit the Military National
Park at Plltsburg Landing
For any other Information apply t tc I
the PADUCAH WIIABFI3OAT CO
Agents JAMES KOOEIl Supt
LISTEN
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MARK TWIN could tako a
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ixpocm on It and make It
worth JCCOOO thats genius
J Plorpont Morgan can write
a few words on n sheet of
paper and make It worth C
000000 thats capital Tho
United States sirs take an
ounce and a quarter of gold
and stamp upon It an Eagle
Dlrd and make It worth 20
thats money A mechanic
can take material worth 5
and make It Into watch springs
worth 11000 thats skill A
merchant can take an article
worth LOc and sell It for 1
thats business A lady can
purchase a 7Co hat but pre
fers one that tosts27thats
foolishness The printer of
this could write a cheek for
f7C000000 but U wouldnt
ho worth a dime thats tough
Anyone for a small sum of
money can obtain an Insur
ance policy from SMITH
DAVIS thats prudenco
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t The Easy Rooting
V Gendron
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i I Runs quietly with little effort
I I Is easy to keep In order
i strong durable It la the BEST
I Bicycle value today
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820328 S 3d St
LET US REPAIR TOUR OLD
IiWIIEEL
Home Course
In Live Stock
r Farming
I 7 t i
XHandling Dairy Prod
t ucts
V By C ° vV GREGORY
Author of Home Course In Modem
I Agriculture Mtkln Money on
the farm Etc
Copyright 1009 bxAmerlcin Press
Association
HE Importance of cleanliness
THE milking was mentioned in
i the preceding article In ad
dition to taking care that no
dust or dirt falls Into the milk U
sbpuld not be allowed to stand In tho
stable any length of time after milk
Ins Milk absorbs odors rapidly and
butler that is off flavor is tho re
suit The milk room may be In connection
with the barn or at the well The lat
ter If not too far from the barn la
the best place It the milk room lint
the bam It should bo separated from
at by a tight passageway with a door
t each < end to excludeall odors The
jilllc room should have windows
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net jIL tlnNtfd JlAY OY rlttll I
enough to proviso plenty of light and
ventilation tfbe floor should be of
tniqth cement It the walls are of
the same material or of brick coated l
with cement they can be more easily
kept clean than 7f they are made of i
wood The tloor should bo scrubbed
often enough to keep It perfectly
clean and the tank should be cleaned L
out frequently
frequentlyUn
i Un of the Hand Separator
Within the last few years the band I
separator has come Into general use
on farms where six or more cows are
kept doing away with the old gravity
system of raising cream With tbo
separator nil the cream can be re
moved which Is Imps iht < by nny
other method The sklthnillk con bOI
fed to the calves warm und sweet I I I
which Is a great advantage There Is
less fat In the sklmmllk but this elu
nieut can be supplied to the calves a
good deal more cheaply by llaisecd I
than by butter There may be much
loss space In the milk tank as only
the cream will need to be kept there
Where a creamery U I patronized a
great deal of work Is saved by having
only the cream to haul I
I In selecting a separator the most Im
portant point to look to Is the ease of
cleaning There Is a great deal of dif
ference in separators In this respect
Some are so complicated that It Is l al
most Impossible to wash nil parts
thoroughly while others can be so
completely taken apart that washing
Is an easy task It Is not tbo number
of parts to n bowl that makes n sepa
moor difficult to keep clean but the
case with which alt thes0 parts may
be separated so that they may be
reached with n brush
I Some of the other point to consider
are convenience capacity and durabil
ity The capacity will depend largely
upon the number of caws kept It Is
always better to get n machine too
large than too small The latest mod
eta of nearly nil makes of separators
are made so that the top of the supply
tank Is little more than waist high
No other kind should be bought It is
a useless waste of energy to lift heavy
cans of milk five or six feet high every
night nnd morning With those low
built makes the rklmuillk and cream
cans may be placed on the liner so
that they will require little lifting
ITh I Importance of Cleanliness
Serious objection has been made to
the cream separator on the ground
that U lowers the quality of the cream
nnd butter In many cases there Is
ground for this complaint Unless ab
I solute cleanliness Is the rule tl Ieto
I cream Is liable to bo of poor quality
DIe milk and slime In the bowl nro
the best of food for Injurious bacteria
and these multiply rapidly I when tho
separator Is not kept clean Never
rlusd the howl with cold water and l
leave It until the next milking It can
not bo thoroughly cleaned In this way
III cold weather a rinsing with cold wa
ter followed by half n gallon or more
of hot water will do at night At b
least 1 once n day In winter and eve ryfie
time tbo machine Is used in summer
the bowl should bo taken apart wash o
ed well nnd thqrouchly ccnlded Do I
sure to remove every particle of grease
nnd dirt rise n brush never a rug A
rag Is difficult to keep clean nnd often I
forms n home for bacteria The so
called dish rag flavor Is often found I
In butter due lo the use of a rag In I
washing the separator Neither should
n rag bo used to dry tbo bowl or olh > r
tinware In starting to wash tho sep a v
rator and other milk dishes cold water
should bo used first to remove tho
milk OB hot water scalds the casein
and makes It difficult to remove This
rinsing should be followed by a thor w
ough washing with bot water and a
QmaLUJwfbwuias wl44 v u1 I e
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dishes are then set on lie back of the I
stove they will dry quickly without
rusting outI I
Handling the Cream
As soon as the cream Is separated it I
should be cooled down to about CO de
grees ns rapidly as possible Tills can
bo done by putting It In a tank of
fresh well water Do not keep the
cream too long before taking It to the
creamery not over two days In warn
weather and three or four in cold
Good butter cannot bojnado from old
cream
creamIt
It hardly pays tivmake butter on the
farm unless special cU8tqm r8 can bt1
obtained Creameries have multiplied
until there la one within easy shipping
distance of almost every farm The
organization Qf cooperative creamer
tes JIBS kept most markets on a softly
competitive basis so that tbo prices
paid fur cream are usually ns high as
the market will warrant Thcsp large
crepinerles are usually > equipped with
all the latest appliances for butternak
lug They are in charge of experienced
butterroakcri and are in shape to
turp out a uniform product that will
sell for much higher prices than the
ordinary run of farm made butter
Use of the Tester
No dairy farmer can afford to be
without a Babcock tester A complete I
teeter consisting of a tester milk and
crcitn bottles and a supply of sulphur
ic acid can be purchased for about 5
With a tester the farmer can test his
cows as described in article 8 tit
home He cnn test the separator tt
see that it is working properly If the
bowl is wnfibly or the machine out oi
lo it n considerable amount of buttci
at may bo lost in the sklmmilk with
IIlIt the dairyman knowing anything
about It If you churn your own cream
a tester will tnablo you to test your
buttermilk and determine whether or
not you are losing much butter fat in
this way If you patronize a cream
cry ypur tester will come handy for
kecnltig a check on the tests at the
creamery Most creamerymcn are hon
est but that Is all the more reason
why the dishonest ones should bo run
out of business Underrcadlng the test
2 of 3 per cent will add greatly to the
profits of the crcameryman arid can
not be detected unless the patrons have
testers of tbefr own
The Babcock tester is simple to op
erate The sample of milk to be test
cd should be thoroughly tested bj
pouring from one jar to another three
or our times A sample Is then suck
ed iup Into the pipette By putting
your finger on the top of the pipette
you can let the milk run down until It
just comes to the mark on the neck
Then run tho milk Into one of the test
bottles Nir cr the bottle to corre
upend wltli sample The sulphuric
add used i what Is known as com
merclal t i auric acid The acid and
the mill mould be at the same tem
pcrature before mixing If they have
beep In the same room for a fen
hours they will be all right Fill the
pleasuring glass up to the mark with
the acid taking care not to get any
on pour hands or clothing Pour the
acid carefully down the side of the
bottle and then mix it thoroughly
with the milk by giving the bottle a
rotary motion The sulphuric acid
acidI
combines with the albumen and caseIn
and leaves the fat free
Set the bottles In the tester as soon
as the acid has been added When all
the bottles arc fllled the tester should
be turned at a uniform rate of about
100 revolutions a minute for five rain
ute Tili brings the fat to the top oi
the liquid III the bottle Hot water
should then be added carefully tc
bring the fat up to the neck of the
bottle Thq machine is then whirled
K
no inc csiuo HAND snrAhATOn
oto two minutes Then Wore hotlvA
11ter is nilded to bring the tnt column ui
Ixinto the graduated neck of the bottle
IRAner this the machine Is whirled for
one minute more and the test is randy
to read The reading should be dour <
before the fat hardens Each of the
rosmall spaces on the neck of tbo bottle
1represents twotenths of 1 per cent
The number of spaces through whlcl
crthe fat column extends Indicates thin
percentage of fat In the milk
In testing cream special bottles moil
be used A small balance Is needed to
welsh out the samples as cream can
0not be accurately measured Nine
grams arc used for each sample nn <
as much more hot water Is added
erOnty about twothirds as much acid li
needed as for milk
47 mtml S TOm ARRIVE
67d
c1cabin passengers on tho Anchor Lin
Lonn
dondorry arriving yesterday fort
noon 47 were young women wh
are so many thrifty Scotchmen due
rIng tho next few weeks Tho in
tending husbands hare been hon
long enough to get settled and pu
enough by to send for their sea
brides Tho number of npproachln
newlyweds on the Caledonia was I
record tor the Anchor line boats
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Call 1228r old phone for your typo writer
Bupplloa WE can supply the very bestribbon made
for any machine at once Every one guaranteed
Do you want a good secondhand typewriter
Call at 40 8 Broadway Woo bare a surprise for lOUt
A good Remington1 Typewriter for the absurdly
low prlco of 2000 Other good makes In same
proportion All these machines In good urder andr
warranted a
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Let Sam Demeyer show you our lino of latest a
new things In Jewelry
Remember the number 108 Broadway >
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TWO STORKS
11 31lS Ilronihvny 40ft
Eye See JeWelry and
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Miss Xntiulo AlbrecJit
Jackson Tenn May Miss Nan
nib Albrecht aged 2Gdl d this morn
Ing l dt 1030 oclock at the home of
her parents Mr and Mrs Jake AI
brecht on Middle avenue after a
weeks Illness from typhoid fever
The funeral will not be held until
Sunday
HallryAiidprson
Jackton Tenn May = Tho maT
rtogo of 01 IBS Hattie Awdorson of
this city to Thos R BaJley came as
quite a supr Fe to the friend of
Miss Anders 1a < ri JPcKsrtn She t
a Jackson gri dauphter > of Mr and
Mrs Franks Anderson of Htshla <
avenue out was teaching mublc at
Charleston Mfas whore the inar
rlago occurred
occurredJust
Just a Little Exercise
The elevator conductor of a tall
office building noticing that the col
ored janitor had ridden up with him
several times that morning re
Natures Hair Restorer II
RestorerI
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El One Great Reason Why
This Great Hair Beautifier and Color Restorer
Produces Such Remarkable Results
Sulphur is a Natural Element of the Hair
When there is not a sufficient amount of sulphur
in the hair it loses its life color and strength
turns gray and falls out There are many forms
of sulphur but only one kind that is suitable for
treatment of the hair and scalp and that Is the
kind used In preparing VVYETHS SAGE
AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY
We Have the Secret and We Give You the Benefit of
It at an Exceedingly Low Price f
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BALDNESS
BALDNESSCURED
IS I A Fowler Supply Co
I Dairy Supply Department
A most complete lino of Dairy
mens supplies is represented by
this concern Tho Gurler Pal
I Milk Coolers Aerators Milk Dot
I ties tho famous Certified Cap
< Illustrated herewith Do Laval
Separators Separator Oils Wash
Ing Powders Bottle Brushes and
other standard apparatus used
I by Creameries and D21lrlesI I
Headquarters for the cele
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brateil KUGKAVOOD DAIRY I
PRODUCTS PURITY GUAR
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lOUR RATES TO AUTO OWNERS S
Storing mm per titonthOO
Cleaning oars per monthT00
Any Size Machines I
Repairs 30 cents to 75 cents per
hour according to nature of work
to bo done
doneI
OPKV DAY AND XlfiHT
Complete line of nuto supplies
and accessories at your service day
and night
The Kentucky Auto Machine Cot
Ihoncs BO Sixth and Jefferson Sts
marked Sara this Is tho fifth
time I have taken you up but you
have not come down with me
Well you see Sara replied Ah
been wash In windows on do lovonth
floor and every now and ngln Ah
misses malt hold and falls out
From Success Magazine
Its human nature to believe nil
the good wo hear of ourselves
For two or three years my hair had been falling ottf
and Retting quite thin until the top of my head was
entirely bald About four months ago I commenced t
using Sage and Sulphur The first bottle seemed to
do somcgood and I kept using it regularly until now
I have used four bottles The whole top of my head
is now fairly covered with hair and it keeps coming
in thicker I shall keep on using it a while longer as
asI
STEPHEN BACON Rochester N Y
50c and 1 Bottles At All Druggists 05 eilpr7ft8u
lsOc WYETH CHEMICAL COMPANY I
74 CORTLANDT ST NEW YORK CITY N Y
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FOR SALE AND RECOMMENDED BY W J GILBERT
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