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IAI Jon THE PADUCAH EVENING BUN l SATURDAY MAY 14 hili
II
THE PADUCAHJEVENINO SUN
AVTBKHOON > AND WEEKLY I
Ri ua PUBLISHING OOMPAHT
latorporaUd ooxrlJnj
r n8JIRPreeI4nt
B J PATOKG xsr
bred at the pOltolllc at Paducah
Ky as secondclan matter
t7BSCRlrTIOK ILATEI
By fishnet per week 10
By alai per month In advance 21
By Kail pr year In adYaDcOO >
t THE WEEKLY BUN
PM year by mall pottage paidi100
Address THE SUN Paducah Ky
OKU Ill South Third St Phones 181
KdltorUl BOOM
e DM Phone nN w Phone tit
Paya and Younr Chicago and New
fork RepsesenUtlvts
filepeesentstlveae
e III
r II
SATURDAY MAY 11
c CIRCULATION STATEMENT
April 1910
I 16792 166729
2 6799 18 6730
4 6746 196728
Ji6736 20673
66730 216738
7 6734 226745
86734 236760
9 t6724 266747
11 1 i6733 26 0 6758
126741 27 V6763
13676 286771
1 146732 296651
166716 306649
Total 175165
Average April 1910 6737
Average April 1909 C2SO
Increase 1467
Personally appeared before me
the 3rd day ol May 1910 R D
Macinilen Business Manager of The
Gun who affirms that the foregoing
is a true and correct statement of Us
circulation for the month of April
1910 to the best of ha knowledge
and belief
PETER PURYEAR
PURTEARNotary
Notary Public
My commlflBlon expire January
10 1912
Dally Thought
We mU8 most of our blessings by
refusing burdens
Chicago Newspapers continuo to
agitate for a smoke consumer The
ultimate consumer agrees
Let us be jus o to the weather
perhaps it la tired of having the
farmers take advantage of it
o
Rooecrelt was given the third de
gree at Berlin The other two de
gree were given at Paris and Cop
enhagen
etWl6gCnWe o
We suspect that tho Metropolis
boom is duo to her recent asqulsitlon
of so many progressive Kcntucfctana
from the Blade Patch of Kentucky
o
Race suicide seems to have Its
grip on Paducah That city shows a
falling off in Us school census of
nearly 200 says the Owensboro en
quirer Not so An Increase of 218
o
I
Tho Louisville Herald says El
la Whoeler Wilcox could sire Alfred
Austin a start of three stanzas and
beat Wm to a frazzle writing any
kind of ode Bet she cant write
owed as many ways as Count Bonl
o
Generalization Is usually reckless
A college scientist at Harvard sari
kissing is safe Theoretically he may
be absolutely euro of his ground but
i it is not difficult to conjecture cir
cumstances which would make the
experiment extremely hazardous
o
It Is recorded that the jurors In
the Hyde murder trial at Kansas
City lifted up their voices and wept
at the recital of the attorney for the
defense As long as there as tales
men In a community to weep of the
oratory of a criminal lawyer spora
dic recrudcojice of Insurgency and
Populism may be expected
expectedo
o 1
f A musical comedy Itbrettcst could
secure his cast of characters locale
and a little bit of Ms scenario by at
tending Magistrate Emerys court
when a youth named Bright charged
with forging the name of a man
named Oaib for a wholesale order of
neckties la called They reside at
Fancy Farm
o
A news faker 1n Washington hav
ing fabricated a etoroi to the effect
that 7oosevelt had written a letter
Indorsing the Taft adminlstratloa in
toto and donouncing the Insurgents
and Mr Roosevelt having denied
writing the letter tho toyoterical
press has proof positive that NT
Roo8ev lt hr 1 unCrlendly to the Taft
administration
administrationTIlE o
THE SPLIT LV THE REPUBLICAN
PATlfTY
The GlobeDemocrat takes issue
with Senators Cummins and Dollar
e on tho point that the split between
the progressives and reactionaries in
tho Republican party would be per
manont but the senators are right
on that point The divergence la
fundamental the life and upofidrvcss
of the party Is I at stake Jf It cling
to the Aid richCannon program of
stand paUem It will be left Imbed =
dod like a foasl in tho political era
nthat n ended with Marcus A Hanna
The elimination of such loaders from
the party counsels and the allgiuriem
k of peat 1 refUJtenr vrUb the new order
c
C
Is the only possible solution of tho
problem That both tho radical In
surgents and the leaders of the Re
actionaries may too sacrificed In the
Interest of party harmony Is not Im
probable The radical Is necessary
to make straight the way of reform
but ho Is I usually a fanatic and a
poor leader It Is doubtful whether
Doll hJ r Cummins LaFolletto or
Murdock would be acceptable as
leader of the party Leadership is
an honor that cannot be arbitrarily
assumed or conferred nor can it bo
claimed as a reward of service or
courage It is an Inherant quality
and the person possessing Jt in tho
1 highest degree Jn tho Republican
party will ho naturally selected
Therefore no slight Is put upon tho
conspicuous Insurgents when the
president or any other good party
man falls to follow their flag in all
extremities Thor are accomplish
ing wonderful results In affording the
president his opportunity to whip tho
Reactionaries Into tine for his pro
greeslvo measures and In stirring the
rank and file of the party IntO revolt
against the old crowd That Is their
reward
Hut they may lose their own stand
tug by their radical attitude toward
the tariff They denounce It without
reservation yet they dare not for
their political lives favor immediate
revision for this Is tho issue upon
wlilcb the Democratic party will
make Its next national fight tend
they would lose their political identi
ty and fall impotent into the enemys
hands as soon as the campaign start
ed If they took up the same posi
tion
They went too far beyond the pres
ident In that He agrees with them
that the tariff Is not satisfactory but
favors delaying any further revision
until the tariff commission secures
the date upon which to base intettl
gent action Precipitate action
would amount to no more than tar
iff tinkering always a menace to
prosperity The tariff will bo revis
ed within three years in all probabil
ity but it will be done by a party
that regards as of the highest im
portance thc maintenance of the
American wage ale and1 the Indus
trial Independence of theso United
States
o I
TilE STAGE
The Saturday Evening Post con
tains an article showing that Shake
speare properly staged and acted is
a paying investment In New York
and on tho road Tho Ben Greet
players the SouthernMarlowo com
bination and the New th t lraU
make money and a Bowery theater
competed succefflfully with tho fam
ous uptown theaters during the
SouthernMarlowe engagement
Pessimists love to point to the fact
that grand opera only can be main
tained for a short season by subscrip
tions and that tho average males
drama musical comedy and vaude
ville Is of a low order of art even
when not actually vulgar Granted
but Is must be remembered that only
those who appreciate technical skirl
can really enjoy sustained classical
productions and the fact that the
average man docs not payi an enorm
ous sum to hear Wagnor night after
night tsno sign that musical taste
Is decadent rdnco popular concerts
by such orchestras as that conduct
ed by Thomas are profitable at pop
ular prices Nor is it a sign of de
graded tasto that tho average man
docs not care for the kInd of Shake
spearean productions the average
itinerant star or tho theatrical trust
present to him
There are more vulgar attractions
on the boards now no doubt be
cause there are more people of all
kinds going to theaters these days
and the trust magnates who watch
the box office closely became obses
sed of the samo Idea as tho pesBt
mlstio reformers1 that the people
like vulgar and obscene things The
truth however is that while novel
ties have pall tor short times about
twice as many trashy shows fail as
succeed fortunes aro lost every
year trying to ram them down the
publics throat while lire Fiske
Den Greets players such sterling
artists as Southern and Marlowe
and Mansfield1 and Irving in their
day cleared fortunes They take no
chances like a good business house
that gives its customers mluoro
ceivedThere
There are indications of a revlr
a1 of decency on the stage by the
elimination of the meretricious All
the discussion of the last year Jndl
caWs an awakening to the situation
which syndicate methods on tho
stage has produced and somo time
every city will have a theater like
the New theater In New York where
real dramatic art will > be presented
and every spectator will know when
ho buys his ticket that his sense of
propriety and decency will noL be
shocked by vulgar substitutes forf irlt
and pathos
0I
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e
RATH PRESS
afiwsaeS
Own Side of tho Street
Aaron Tilloy Kentucky bootlegger
calls on tho Paducah papers to help
him fight the Illinois bootlegera who
ho says aro Interfering with his busi
ness and doing him dlrtr This Is
a peculiar case for tho consideration
of people who want to stand up for I
their own side of the street or their
river 09 It Is in this Instance Mur
ray Ledge
i Some Stories Around the Tows
Friends In tho cltjf of Dr E
I George Payne feve been ptewed to
t ua4 J 0 J
loam that he has ben olocid to the
position of professor of phymchologyi
and education In the Teachers col
logo in St Louis and ho haa accept
ed the position > At present ho Is
dean of the department of education
In the Eastorn Kentucky State Nor
mal school In Richmond It Is with
regrets that ho loaves tllo normat
school whore he has been since TO
turning from Europe but the new
position Is a greater recognition of
his ability For four years before
going to Euopoan universities for
special work tin Payne was print
pal of the High school
Tucked away on the spring board
under an Illinois Central box car
Leonard Phelps a gang foreman In
tho car department of the local shops
found a dozen trash eggs yesterday
Phelps WaS repairing tho car and
was underneath Inspecting it when
ho discovered tho next of a ten with I
twelve eggs in iU The car was sent
from Efflngham 111 to the Paducah
shops for repairs It was on a side
track for several weeks and during
this time some enterprising hen
found a good place to make a nest
When found tho eggs wore in good
condition despite the long trip and
wero taken homo bye Mr Leonard
who discovered that they were all
good
Night clerks at tho local hotels
have had extra duties thrust upon
them for the past week by comet
enthusiasts who are without alarm
clocks and depend upon tho good
nature of the stayups to leave
a call when the comet rises Tho
list of names has been growing
steadily but tho night clerks are
anticipating a rest after next Wed
until It grows dimmer as It retreats
will be visible In tho early evenings
until It grows dlmer as It retreats
back Into space for another 75 year
joy ride Thero has been an un
usual dopand for alarm clocks hero
also and Paducah people are getting
the habit of rising early for this
year especially A largo number of
watch parties will be held hero next
week when tho earth is due to pass
through tho comets toll Some of
the parties will resemble Bible
classes as far as tho literature Is
concerned
Ken Incy Kernels
Charles JV Hitch assistant post
master at Covington
Mayor Krieger of Newport tries to
oust Police Chief LIckcrt
Roy Rutherford wins gold modal
at 7ranslyiv ania In vocal expression
contestResidence
Residence of W H Groves near
Marrowbone burned
Ewe In Franklin county gave birth
to four lambs
Christian county wood pool 700D
pounds sold for l > 4tt to 28 H cents
Mort Lcnson llopklnsville chug
ed With forgery
Nortonvllle Coal company sues In
demnity company for 180769 at
HopkinsrilleT
T L > Hendrick Center Furnace
has deed for stave
E E Nowcombe barn destroyed
by lightening near Marion
Damon Tajitor Larue county kill
ed by lightening
Contracts let for two new schools
In Livingston
LivingstonHampton
Hampton normal closes
Livingston has 3410 school chU
dren loss of 94
Owensboro tax rate U on 8541
348 valuation
Wliile Cooper charged with forgery
at Fulton acquitted
Jesse Cloaves8 home Hickman
biers
biersBrooks
Brooks Summenriile watching
llalloys comt at MaYfield falls
through alrehaft and Is eorlouvbi
hurt
hurtC
C II Delanos home Mayfield
burned
Capt B W Nadel known or riv
era dies at < Loulsvllle
Q B Ncweome 13 wanted to be
clown and ran away to Evansvitlo to
Join circus
A Fake Start
The referee held up his hand
Them last two rounds dont
count ho hoarsely announced Th
fight will have to start all over
again
A low growl ran through tho vast
audience
Whats th trouble Rcddy
shrieked a fieryfaced man in the
tenth row
The referee squared his Jaw
Th trouble Is he explained
tha th movie plcturo man has
struck a bad spot In his film an th
pictures Is no good Are you ready
up there professor All right
Shako hands boy
And tho battle made a fresh start
I Cleveland Plain Dealer
Paduka Bottled Beer
Brewed lagcred and bottled
right and absolutely pure
Fresh dead fish when sound should
bo stiff and have bright eyes rod gills
and be fully scaled All blood should
he perfectly red and free from bad
smell Any clime should bo clear
and uncolored
uncoloredPA
PADUKA
PADUKABeer
Beer Is
Liquid Purity
I
A fat man never seems to realize I
how much room he takes up in an
elevatorIts
Its Here Saturday
PADUKA BEER
The Paducah a
New Bottlwl Beer
WOMEN TO AID
WORK ON RIVERS
ItAXSDKLL HPKAKH TO FKDKIIA
T10X OF CIAIHS
Lower Cot of Living Would ho Re
suit of C1icnKT Trnn Krtn
tlon Wntvr Terminal I
FIFTV BULLION AIlltOIIlLVTlOX
Cincinnati 0 Mny H SpeaMng
before several thousand women nt
the General Federation of Womens
clubs hero Representative J S ltans
deollof Louisiana president of tho
National Rivera and Harbor congress
urged every woman In her Interest
as a homo maker to work for a de
velopment of tho natural walclways
of tho nation
To reduce the cost of transports
tion of tho common necessaries of
life would to to reduce tho cost of
living Mr Ranedo argued and to
iderolop tho waterway would be to
destroy nil monopolies of transports
itdon In tho cases of many common
Commodities ho Illustrated tho cost
of carrying them from die point of
origin to tho ultimate consumer was
nearly equal to the original 1 cost of
tho article No one of the nocessar
ilos of life ho declared was unaffect
ed by tho monopolies and cost of
ofItransportatlon 100
We are struggling hard In con
firres just now Mid Mr nansdoll
1to I enact a bill to regulate and con
trol l railroads in their multifarious re
batons with our people Tho object
sought is very desirable and some of
tho means proposed are excellent
but It ta almost impossible to prevent
j monopolies and there Is always un
certainty about tho enforcement of
human law
If wo could Improve nnd uw the
waterwayn National hlgfawajTS pro
dded by tho Creator nnd Insure
tho public use of terminals upon
them no man could monopolize
them They aro free roadbeds for
tho use of alt tho people Conditions
for competition are perfect and no
commission te needed to fix freight
rates on Improved water courses
Railroad are monopolistic corpora
tion owned operated and controlled
for private gaIn they are limited In
capndtji and there Is frequently forte
cngestlon upon them
AYntei Terminals
We should watch water termi
nals with eagle eyes la many local 7
ities they aro owned and ppemtcd
by ra > lroqd in their rolflsh interest
with scant regard for the right of
their rivals o tho public TVrmlnala
on navlgablo waters should too pub
ic property and all transportation
njwndeB by land and water should
use them on equal terms It hi ccn
tainly VCTJI unjust for the govern
menu to Imnroy navjsablo waters
unless they con bo used by all the
people and In my opinion congmv
should rciiuro as a condition prece
dent to an appropriation for the Im
provement of any river or harbor
that the slate or community in intor
est should acquire and hold for com
mon use mifllctant waterfront and
provide thereon modern convenient
tarmlnab In roses where the water
front has already been acquired Uyi 1
private parties I would suggest that
the public resume ownership through
condemnation proceedings under the
power of eminent domain for surely
tho good of tho community is super
ior to the right of any private person
or corporation
corporationThe
The Appropriation
Tho pending Rivers nnd Ifartora
Mil which has jiauscd both houses of
congrew and will become a law 1n
tho near future U the > best ever en
acted It embodies the lathe great
principles for which tho atlonal
Rivers and Harbors congress has
fought since Its organization viz it
carries air appropriation of = 0000
000 ia to be annual hereof fc > r In
stead of triennial and adopts a fix
ed policy for the completion of the
reat projects within a definite peri
od of time But wo are still for
rom complple micoe a and gladly
welcome tho cooperation of tho good
women of tho land
TOO DOfPT RATE TO WAIT
Every dose make you feel better Lax
Foe keep your whole Inildti rluht
Sold on the MoneyB ck plan very
verywhet
SOcPADUKA5
PADUKA
Beer ImportedBohemian
Bohemian Hops and
Wisconsin Malt
PADUKA BEER
The Paducah Brewerys
New bottle beer will be in
Everybodys mouth Saturday
THE TIMETRIED REMEDY Fon
SPRINQENNOI
Sti caA
Mr Iwo
4An curtly but lherougtly N
on tht liver and bowdaN
eteense the loniiit clear the complexion
sweeten the breath and regulate the
entire tjHtm 25e at all druf f Uu
t angina1 fell isle 1 j
a W WALKER Cote
C enuaaitra
+
ra
FORTUNE
WILL FAVOR THOSE WHO ATTEND THIS SALE
MILL ENDS
I OR FACTORY REMNANTS OF DESIRABLE GOODS
BOUGHT BY US > AT A SAORIFIOE and OFFERED TO
YOU AT 1 to 1A LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES
Included are some goods in full pieces nt prices YOU
WILL FULLY APPRECIATE as being a MAGNET THAT
WILL COAX MONEY EVEN FROM THE MISERS
POCKET
LOT NUMBER L
HMnrU MKUCKUIKU WIIITK
IjAXVX 1 to I 1 > nnl piece Rt JOc a
yard
LOT NUMBER 2
iflnch PAJAMA CIIKCK8 OH
white tllmlly a to I 1 > anl pieces l at
lUc n yard
ynnlLOT
LOT NUMBER 3
FIXK INDIA L1XOXH 1 to 7 yard
piece VALUKS tl TO IHc at JOe
R ynnl
LOT NUMBER 4
KXTUA FINK 1XIHA 1IXOX8 I
to 7 yard piece VAIATlKS Ul TO
Me at ISc n ynnl
LOT NUMBER 6
FINK 8IIKKII IMUSIAN UXWX8
itt value at ll H icn yanl1 to
n yard pieces
LOT NUMBER 6
Me FINK FAXCY WKAVK8 In
WIIITK GOODS In stripes I check
nnil figure 10 to EO ynnl piece
HO cut these nt ilk n yard
LOT NUMBER 7
OHO thousand saris HOlnch
bleached DOMKSTIC 1 to 7 ynnl
pieces at 7 HeR sort
LOT NUMBER 8
F1VK IIIXIWKII I YARDS fine
MearliMl COTTON and CAMIHUCH
JMto 1 7H ynnl pieces lc value
nt IOJic a yard
LOT NUMBER 9
10 > lnrh printed KIIIUTIXO MAIK
HAH 1 to 5 yard 1lmlic and
ic values nt lOc a ynnl
LOT NUMBER 10
MAXCIIKSTKIl ell A iII 1 II A V
GIXdIIAMS nit colon 1 to 7
ynnl pieces These arc KKGUUMt
lOr Illc and 13c goods nt 7Hc
a ynnl
LOT NUMBER 11
FINK HIIIHTlNfl MADUA8 ao <
Inch colored III to 20 yard piece
uo cut these at inc
LOT NUMBER 12
aoinrii MiucKiuKi > FAXCV
SUITING 10 to M yard piper we
cut these U5c good for 13c a yard
C W Thompson
Racket JtoreI I
ttttttttt
1RIVER 1 NEWS r
iTTTTTTTTTTT
I Hirer Slngf
Pljrttburgh 72 06 rlllO
Cincinnati 2S6 21 rise
Louisville 106 02 rise
Kvarmlllo s 17G 20 rise
Sit Vernon 152 01i rbn
Ml Carmol 79 03 rise
Nashville 130 08 riso
Chattanooga 74 11 fail
74S7
Florence S7 00 std
Johnsonvlllo 71 11 rise
JohnsonvllloCairo
Cairo 303 01 tllll
St Louis 213 10 fall
Iaducah 179 Oil tall
liurmride 79 Ol taU
Carthage 89 OtO std
hiker 1tII
Tho river hero will fail slowly to
day and tomorrow
tomorrowTudnyK
TudnyK Arrival
Dick Fowler from Cairo
Ohio from Golconda
Nashville from Nashville
Chancy lamb from Nashville
lIobl Dudley from Nashville
Cowling from Metropolis
John s Hopkins from Evanuvllle
TodiiyH Departure
Ilussoll Lord for Vhlto river
Kentucky for Hlverton Ala C p m
Ohio for Golconda 2 p m
Cowling for Metropolis
Dick Fowler for Cairo
Nashville for Naehvlllo
Hopkins for Evanav le
T H Davis for Joppa III
lllver and WciitlHT
Gauge at 7 a m marked 179
feet Indicating a fall of onetenth
of a foot In 21 hours Weather
tartly cloudy and business good
Drlftvfooik
Tho Nashvlllo arrived this after
noon from Narhvllle TonlJi with a
big freight trip and along passen
ger list She discharged and JC
ceived freight and departed for a re
turn trip leaving lato this afternoon
The Cutaway brought a big log
raft out of tho OUmberland river this
morning and delivered It to Metrop
olisTho
Tho Ohio arrived at 130 oclock
from Golconda and departed at 2
oclock this afternoon1 for a return
rclurntrtp
tripThe
The Dick Fowler Is flying her flag
half mast out of respect to the mom
ory of Fowler Post of Paducah who
was drowned when > tl1eQtr of Salt
r
LOT NUMBER 13
FINK WIIITK V IJT 10 to o
cIne
to3i inc
Jlc
LOT NUMBER 14 l
IUIIK mum MNKXS ilo J
ynpl iilccco at A little more Jlmn
hAlt
LOT NUMBER 15
LIXKV 81IUimS TUlnch V
to1 jnr pieces at UOe n ynnl X
LOT NUMBER 16
IMITATION JInx HUlflXJ In
colors 1 to B ynnl plccco lOc n
ante
LOT NUMBER 17
FULL IHXKH of MNKN COIXJK
SU1TINS regular JHc vnlua nt
lOc a ynnl
ynnlLOT
LOT NUMBER 18
lUU IIKCIJS lOIiirli WIIITK
OIUJAXyV at UUe A yard
LOT NUMBER 19
IUliI PlioiS Kllncli VICTOIIIA
KVWNS while special at lUc A
ynnl
LOT NUMBER 20
FULL IlKCKS 10lncli VIUltlUIA
I VWX wliltf opcclal nt liSJic A
ynnl
LOT NUMBER 21
FULL IMKCKM 1 oIllIlh IIXK
HllKIMt WIIITK iaVX KXTUA
at JJUc A jrnnl
LOT NUMBER 22
I0lnrh wlillo AlltUX IWX
cUm hllI ic A jrnnl
LOT NUMBER 23
FULL IlKC S IIUVCK IXIUA
LIXOXS nt lOc 12 Uc shin l > c A
ynnl
LOT NUMBER 24
KlTIJj IIKCKS MOUSSKMNK DK
LUXK while ground conic ithrer
colonil figure wnnh goodsa i5c
slue for lUc A jrnnl
LOT NUMBER 25
KXTUA FIXK I wlilto IIIMITV
oiiinll CIIIXKS and KTUIIKH 10
lo 2O rani pieta we cut lime A
sac vnlua for ICc A jrnnl
tlllo sank near Glenn Park Mo
Mr Port was formerly clerk on the
FowlerTomorrow
Tomorrow the Dick Fowler will
run IIn excursion to Cairo leaving nl
9 a m and returning at night She
left for Cairo on line this morning
with a good trip
The Cowling mado her regular
trips between hero and Metropolis to
day
Towing tho Bob Dudley the Chan
cy Lamb arrived here from Nashville
Tonn at 7 oclock this morning The
Dudley which rank at Na hvlllo
about a week ago will be hauled up
on the marine ways hero for repairs I
S < xfretary Uharlcx ItohcrtMon W
I tho Paducah and Illinois Ferry com
pany win leave early tomorrow
morning for Helena Ark to come
II back Robertson on the now ferryboat G W
Grover iNcblett wont put as ro
und clerk on tho Dick Fowler this
IGroyer I
morning
upI
I from Joppa III last owning with
empties and departed for a return
trip this morning at C oclock
The Kentucky Is receiving freight
at the wharfboat and leave at G p
m for Rlverton Ala She will re
turn next Thursday
From Waterloo Ala the Ave
Is due Monday night
Tho j IJ Richardson Is duo In Bart <
tomorrow night from Nashvlllo She
leaves at noon Monday for Clarks
vllloIliiHlnem
IliiHlnem was good on tho river
front today Tomorrow the river
will bo filled with motor boat parties
If the weather Is suitable
Lots of us who aro guru wo arc
right never go ahead
PADUKA BEER
The Paducah Brewerys
New Bottled Beer
Is tho best for family use
Dr Julian Dismukes
Dentist
Hn Itcmovcd to
3161 = Broadway
Over Mrs Mills
I
I The Weather ji i
Fair toiilKit light frost In cxtnvnuot
iaslcni portion Hundiiy + partly
cloudy nnil MUgllly wnnner IIIKIII I
i < Mt IcmjMiruturo today won 71 1 INlrII I
love t urns II
t
t
Soft Shirts s
AVill bo extensively worn
this Biumncr tlio softt
collars too will ho a now r
feature t youll find IIOWtl i tl
very cxtcMisivo display
in our furnishing depart
mcnt tho shirts have
tho t now French ruffs
1 rr1YVij
f rr1YVijr r
Jt1kilAfllns
The Store Thats Going Ahead
4
=
8a RAMPtNDAIIL JR CO
Now IMutilUlicH 1 In Their Xeiv
Plant whlrli tVn ItrtiulJI and lin
proved After lin lnttc et t Sinn
iifnctunfx of Hlnrk Ifcimis States
sad I llrtullMK In I SuutlMTii IIIlnolI I
In the Stall of Ilknn shish Is I
not only one of the nI4MIC fcwHIv rr
glens In the world bit 11fUIt11ett rf
creator variety of vnwfclflle Wars an
other Kate In the union Uw quow
lion of ottalirfnt nlllC ekUs carper
ago 1 natumUy ununouni
Through the activities of II tfeun
IHntlahlj Jr company a tow nfrr
oonCI o Jar tWs rwiuVromrnl hr hop
piled and the company b helter ie
equipped than ever to uV oriels
speed i and accuracy Me flimsy ft 11
modern nuinufncturlng MUCBTHW H
Ilampendph Jr conrpnns pwMKoi
their prodi > wts t In n degree Tbf men
itfarturo shack bared rGnw wad
heading from elm gum and cottonwood
wood and aloes turn oat trim Mxpr
barrels and ash lnitt rt b tMTiM
and ijicoMl heading for flow and q
ar botrefc The usual also of ilea
role Is oho produced for applet re I
meat lime plaster iHr ands tbs n
ropshlerable demand U Mtlrflod II
Rvmpondftlrf Jr company are woN
knoww throughout the iwldtMo wm t
and cant the pleat Invtng hen In
stituted porno lu jrxim age It ban
Ithl
the growth of trade and at Ike t rear
tint time the property holdMHB mar
H TRI 1 acres of ground aadkindon
large number of htiMdlnst storage
sheds ore In Us ncttvlMo th4 reap
l > sny omptoyos 1OO inns To fonlll
tutu uhlpmonte they ranUnt a NHV 4
number of barges and iortmH wU
I for rtwir tram and hsve Inttnltod
hoteUnu derricks and yhrr I1k1M < l
for the convoying of heavy rtrrg 4t a
to and from Iholr plant and boat It
Their raw material is l brouDhl lo too
mIll In the tog from Twitiw via w
tho Tennessee and OnmboHnnd rh I
ors and tho entlro work of tnet
cutting panning stoptag sad Join
mg Is done oh tine romwn + itrea
lane 1 Ixust spring the onto vtaitt
wan destroyed by fire but with tin
usual progreaalvonoM the dnma r
wee rllnlrll1 new tuMc1tnM ltf0c4ol i
old ones reconstructed amt much
Improved machinery IrntUMi The
oaifciclty at the present thne It I 86
000 litMUS and 3000 tIIllI t of Mil
dried heading dally fIll It 111010
daily shipment In a carload qt fltt lIb
ixl material Tho facfUtlptf tiltnlt ol
nil lumber being stored under root
land throughout the entire plant ade
quate fire protective dovlron am a
feature Tho trado connection of II
Itonipondahl Jr ft company extend
throughout Mlmliurippi Kentuukf I
Illinois Indiana Tennessee niul are
oxwpttanaHy acUvo In IloMon Now
York City and other points In < ho
BaM Tho mUll at the hoed of thin
large ontorprifo are among those In
duetrkil leaders l whose nclJTUy Is I
rapidly snaking Atetro > uHH n coming
manufacturing center
IF Ira onT A HBADACHB
why Corneliaona tieaoneho river Pills
will cure thaL 10 cent Guaranteed
by all druggists
The Paducah Brewerys
Now bottle beer will be in
Everybodys mouth Saturday
Tho Best YetI
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