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t MONDAY MAT 1 11 PADUCA J
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GET IT AT GILBERTS
Dr Gilbert Osteopath an
Broadway Phones ISM
Rubbur stain pi seals bran
stencils utc at Thijeun office
For fxivmnat Impure blood
i ukb lays SpHclfle
Frea city and farm real estate
I 4price 4 list Whlttouiore Fraternity
it 11 1 > I Oir
R 4 building 1Iloueti835
f For UbriirnatUtn talus lUys
8PlOCI ftc
Sign writing O R Bvxton
Phones 401
For malaria and chilli lab
Hay Specific
For Stomach Trouble Indlgc
lion Dytpopila take Hays Specific
s Telephone The Sun office for
samples And prices of all kinds of
typewriter papers
For Conitlpatlon or Torpid Llr
1er tAke Hays SpcclOe
We have the reputation of serv
I f tng the best coffee In tho city Buch
Inanl restaurant 219 Kentucky
Arenas Linen marker for sale At till
J 1office 1
Evergreen Brand Plant Food
G 1 cures slek plants makes all planti
grow Ilrunsons Con Broadway
I l W T IMiw nr wtio fori aavwal l
V ran waa tIJIIlnl agent for the 1111
1I0W Central rnlVoad with head
quRtiprfl In PudHcnh hu boen ap
pdntrt I ehtuf of poHco nt Waterioo
la ll ha manr friends In Padueah I
I who brave unit MtulDtlOttlI I
Tile Ladle Union Label League
will moet at Contra tabor Union
I ball tomorrow afternoon nt 230 I
oclock Important meotlng I
print t I l
I cipal of tho WhlttJor school was lit
today
Today was pay day for tho em
t t ployon of the Illltiol Central rail
t4 road and tho cliecks wore dlitrlbut
rAcd among the man As usual tho
retail sloroa will remain open thoI I
I evening to accommodate tho railway
1 fevenlnto
nutomftrsMr John J Blotch Is IH of
rheumatism at bar home 907 Chirk
1street J Airs 1 Blololi has been 111 for
a wc k
I The CnrjwntcT union will entef
taln Informally this evening with a
social lKalon and snlnker et the Cen
trjl Ubor ball The contractors
and friends of lima union have been
Invited A pleasant evening Is as
sured
suredSVlillo
Whllo emnkjnp C11 antomoWlo
ywitonlay Ilorftr TerroH 1111 struck
over 4he rtehl eyo fntorday and a
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I NYALS
J i HOT SPRINGS
BLOOD
REMEDY
furnishes tho Ideal remedy for
thOHo distressing blood die
order which nro so prevalent
nt this season of tho year
W turntlvo olelncnts nro em
bodied In It which net quickly
and positively on tho blood
t and build magnlflclcnt health
f for sufferers A trip to Hot
h Springs is nn expensive mat
ter the Hot Springs Blood
Remedy docs as much Rood
In most cases as the trip
and Is surely much cheaper
1 a Bottle
GILBERTS
Drug Store
Fourth Street anti Broadway
Both Phones 77
GILT rr AT niMiEnTS
yarn about two Indies long cut Four
stitches wore used to close the
I wound NEWS s oI Tfl
1cIl N Filed
August and Monltia Denker to J
W Oitllrle property on tho Cairo
road for 1
1hr
In County c otJl1
WHtanv Roltgerlng was apjwlnted
administrator of the estato of Min
ute Roligerlng und ho executed A
bond for 4000
4000Mnrrlaga I
Mnrrlaga IICIIIIH
I Charles Hall Metropolis 111 la
borer and Arizona Wyatt of JIll
nets
In Circuit Court
The May civil tow Dr tho Mc
CiAckon circuit court was rolled this
Icrllokon
morning and n large amount of bulll
now trammeled Many answers mo
hone and demurrer wore filed In
preiwratlon for tho trial oC suite be
ginning next week The entire week
will bo devoted to tho preparation of
leases for trlqji tTQiuprtpw Judge
William Hood will net the canes for
forI I 1
f The plaintiff In the suit of Mrs
I Woo J ion Colos Eagles against her
husband William Nathan Eadof filed
I a motion for orj allowance pending
the litigation 1 The motion will bo
heard Friday
i Attorneys for John T Ollphant
and the Vlnconne Bridge company
filed a demurrer to the petition of
I Councilman W L I Bower wtio sues
for alleged slander The attorneys
tato that there arc not sufficient
grounds for action Mr Ollphant la
represented by J E > Emmcrson of
Vlncennes and County Judgo Alben
AlbenI I
W T Wllklru and J R Wilkins
wore awarded judgment for 7SC20
BKoInK Aaron TlHey on confession
A mandate from tho appellate
court alllrmlng the decision of tho
circuit court In the lull of the Me I
chanics and Farmers Savings lank
against G W Knttorjohn was filed
Representing tho members of the
flrcal court County Attorney San
dare E Clay filed a motion for the
appeal of W A Thompson keeper
of the count almshouse to be tried
at tho May term of court
Trltxl to Ilniik Into Jnll
i All occurrence at tho city jail
wore outclassed this morning about
10 oclock when nn attoirTpt to
break Into tho Jail was made by Tom
Clark who Is alleged to have
served more Jail sentences than any
otiier mart In the state Clark who
le alleged to have tanked up con
tddrrably foil his way to tho city
hall and along tho concrete walk
leading to the tide entrance of the
jail In an effort to force the door
open 1io full and was picked up by
City Jailor James Clark and given a
bunk
Eat ni Star nt Mayfield
A now chapter of the Eastern Star
was Installed In Maydeld Saturday
night by Mr E W 1ilttemore
worthy grand patron The new chap
ter has enthusiastic members Mem
bers from the Paducah and Fulton
chapters ware present
Mr and Mrs Clarence R
Knowlotf of Chicago arrived In the
city for n few days visit to MT
Knowloa pnrents Mr and Mrs
Michael Knowlcs 32fi South Third
street
r I Suede and Patent I
CBREEDSCo
II acHurca NY
Pam II
Like tills
250
COCHRAN SHOE CO
Just ShWs
IN SOCIAL CIRCLES J
I Luncheon For Mb N Wliltcflclil
Mrs If D Sewall and MN JIarr y
O McElwee will entertain with n i
luncheon Jn compliment to Miss i
Kathleen Whltolluld one of the Jam
brides on Wednesday at noon at th e <
home of Mrs Sewall on Jeffonoi
street Covers will be laid for eigh nt
and will Include only the members o r
the I Thimble club a coterie of friend
who have bad a series of pleasant l
meetings throughout the past winter
Kiirlire I Pnrty In Fanvcfl Coiiiplliiicn t
Mrs Joe McCann 1041 Jefferwi n
street entertained very dell tCully
at euchre on Friday evening In hone
of Mrs John Stephen who leaves
today for Torre Haute Ind to TO
Hide Tho pink and white color
motif was prettily carried out Ire the
decoration of the rooms and in the
appointment of the attractively serv
ed and delicious luncheon
For the ladles Miss Bdneo Stephon
carried off first honors iMrs Under
Thornber > the lone hand Miss
Fanny Carney the l > ooby prize while
Mrs Mellon won tho guests prize
Mr WIH Lydon Jr was the victor
of tho mens head prize and Mr
Dudde won the booby
Tho guests wore Mr and Mr T
L Holder Mr and Mrs Wllford
Rogers iMr and Mrs Will Lydon
Jr Mr and Mrs Duddo Mr and
Mrs Stephen Mr and Mrs L F
Hugg Mrs Jessie Spinner Mrs
Melton iMrs John Croat Mrs Ii
Drool Mrs Johm Crosby Mrs
Keegan Mrs Grid or Thornberrii
Miss Ednee Stephen Miss Sadie
Morgan Miss Fanny Carney Miss
Flora McCatin Mr JS Nloinan
SlIsM Owen lloMiM to Sewing HM
MCA May Owen Is hortes to the
Sewing Bee Friday afternoon at
210 Cnnl oclock Pnrty nl WkN Club
The young ladle will give a
euchre iwrby at the GHn club Thurs
ayi afternoon at 230 oclock
Cotillion to Untiring C1ns
Prof John A Mahler save a beau
Iful cotillion to his dancing clans
Saturday afternoon at the Knights
ot Columbus hall It was the closing
ot the claw and was a prettify plan
ned affair The figures were grace
fully danced Mrs Charles Wheeler
Mrs > RoUvt Phillip Mrs Noble
Mrs Meyers had charge of the lav
oft which were numerous and attrac
tive The cotillion was opened with
he grand march which was led by
1 lira Anna Webb Phillips and Master
JO tgd h 1 Phillip Flowerp were given
fo the favors After the second fig
ure which won especially attractive
a I picture wall taken by IM W L
1 Voneh f5f rfctrplfVirh of Prof
Mahler and the class The children
held their favors which wore Japan
SloesCOCHRAN Sloes
dance byi Mss I Caroline Mather and
the tonga rendered by Mire Ethel and
Mildred Llvlngrton were opoclaHy I
leading feature of the afternoon
Tbooo present ware Marjorie Hcrht
Hoehtarion
Fels Heoht t Lydta 1 WoJlle Marion
Vellle Elizabeth Quick George
lan Moff Samuel tang tnff Corde
ra Ikok after Mar > Bvuns Molllo
Inrdner Miriam Lewis I Goldl
loionthal Elate Vorli Sinnott Mey
ers llobert Mills Caroline Mather
Amy Simon Moyd Emery Joule
Wright Elizabeth Halo Mary Bur
nett Henry Burnett Anna Webb
htlllpe Joseph Phillips Muriel
teWo Rlkor Frances Bookman
Honey iDookntan Pauline Graseham
Charlotte Wheeler Mario Dosberger
Emma Ilowycr Ruth Martin Ellza
bt th Tandy Henryi Dalhvm Elizabeth
4
Caldwell Samuel Caldwell Bertha
loOTu80n Robert Ferguson 11
Verne Purcell James Smith Eliza
both Smith Lena Uttorbnck Olive
lonnol > orger Hattie Henneborgur
illldTd Anderson
IliislnrsN Meeting
The Matinee Musical club willI I
have a business meeting Wednesday
afternoon at 330 oclock at the Wo I
nana dub The usual musical pro
grom will not be given
Ciintnin Rilioarsnl 1 Tonight
There will be a rehearsal of King I
tones Daughter tho cantata to bo
liven by time Matinee Musical club
on the evening of May 23 at the
Woman club this evening nt 730
oclock with Mn James Welllo on
Vest Droodway
Mr George aL I Younger repro
lentative bf the Cadillac auto com
pany has returned from n visit In
his homo nt Louisville
Mr Herbert Wright night clerk
at tho Hotel Belvedere spent Satur
day and Sunday at Hampton with
his father Mr 11 II Wright
Mr Hugh Williams dny clerk nt
tho Belvedere Is confined nt his
homo on North Fifth street with
the gripMessrs
Messrs Warren Swan and G W
Downs tobacco buyers of Murray
ire In tho city today
Mr V Summervllle a tobacco
buyer of Louisville Is hero on bus
ness
Mr and Mrs J A Numer o f
MAN I CURE
Miss Moon
Formerly of
Burnhama In Chicago
In the
Palmer Bouse BArber Shop
North Eleventh street leaves till a
week for Kansas City for uteIII
weeks <
MIlS Gertrude Nicholson of Grave
county Is visiting the Misses San
derion of Lone Oak l I
Mr and Airs Morris Joseph or fI f
Cincinnati are expected to arrhn
stills evening on a visit to Mr Joseph h
L FrIedmanI I
Miss Clara Jones has returned ti o
her homo In Eddyillo after vhHUni g
friends in limo city
cityI I
dire C N Baker and eons
Claude of 1118 Jefferson street are
confined to their beds from s
Ir Baker Is attending the bedsld ed
of his mother In Pennsylvania d
Mrs 11 8 Wells and Mrs Georgi
Hart kayo returned from the fedora
tlon of Womans clubs meeting nt
Cincinnati
CincinnatiThe
The Her Q T Sullivan of tb < I
Broadway Methodist church who Ii I s
attending the general conference ol t
tho Methodist church at Ashexllle
N C Is expected homo Friday
Mr and Mrs Marvin Rudolph of
Wexahatchlo Texas who haw been
the guests of Mr and Mrs W J
Naylor at Lone Oak will return to t
their homo tomorrow
Mr Allison Watts 1249 Trimble
rtreet spent Sunday at Murray
Mr J W Hart has Just returned
from Rlvcrrlde Cal where ho spent
the winter with his sons Messrs I
Jack and Charles Hart Mr Hart
left here December 16 1909 and re
turned Sunday evening
Cal E D Oartwrlght of Chatta
nooga Tenn prospective candidate
for the legislature from that city Is
visiting the family of Mr J D Bog
era 2VM Fountain avenue
Mis Marjorie Hill bf Cairo will
return homo this evening after visit
Ing Mrs Robert A Hlnes of North
Sixth ttrect s
Dr Vernon Blythe left yesterday
for Murray for a short visit lie will
return tomorrow night
Attorney A E Boyd la In Mayflcld
today on legal business
Motsrtf Marlon and Arthur Meach
ani of Hopklnsrtlle visited relatives
In the city yesterday
Mr P AlqulHt general car fore
man of tho Illinois Central shops at
Memphis was In the city yesterday
visiting his brother Mr N A Al
quist master car builder of the localI I
car shops
shopsMr Robertson of Memphis I
returned home Sunday after spend
ing a few days with his aunt Mrs
Gus Swanson on Kentucky avenue
Mr Sam Stark who has been In
Hot Springs Ark forthe part three I
weeks has returned home much Im 1
proved
Mrs Leona Jolly will arrive this
evening from Los Angeles on a visit
to Dr and Mrs W1I Parsons 1C01
Broad street I
Mrs Harry Anderson of Nnshvlllo
Tcnh formerly Miss Lillian Wright
of this city has returned home after
visiting Miss Lenora Glbsoni G12
Ohio street
Mr Ben Covlngton of Mayfield
Is In the city today
Mr George C Ketch of WIckllffo
Is hero on business today
SKULL CHUSHKI
CHUSHKIAXI
AXI > JAW nitOKKV
A special to the Evening Sun
from Fresno Cal which arrived
Saturday evening after the paper
was off the press describes his In
juries iis follows
JE KVns of the Southern Pa
cific company was probably fatally
Injured at 3 oclock Friday morning
when be was struck on the head by
tho loosened running board of a box
car of another as it whizzed by
Kings engine which Mood on a side I
track The force of 4he bow knock
ed tho engineer back between the 1
engine cab and the tender nnd 1
when plckd up ho was unconscious I
and barely alive Tho heavy run j
ning board struck King Just over I
tho left eye and crushed tho skull 1
Several fragments of the broken 1
bono penetrated Into the brain An
other fracture was made at the base
of the brain while the lower Jaw
bone was alro broken King Is still I
aliveWord I I
Word from Fresno Cal today
rays Engineer Ed King Is better I
His Il 1tD11 Stnirk n Pole I
Knocked from a box car J JI I
Henderson a colored brakeman forI I
the Illinois Central railroad 111 I
brought to the railroad hospital last
night Henderson was standing onI I
a box car at Princeton and was sig
nalling the engineer when the train
wale off the main line lie was lean
ing over the edge of the car and his 1
head struck a telephone post lIen
derson was bruised over the body
but not Injured seriously
Hlds OH New Engine
Preliminary bids for a new steam
engine for tho city light plant have
been received and will be presented
before the general council tonight
In order to furnish sufficient power
for tho machines an engine of 250
or 300 horsy power is i needed
which It Is estimated will cost from
3000 to 35M The preliminary
bids are higher than the flrnu will
submit when sealed bids are request
ed I MI 11 I
Model
Steam Dye I
Works I
1
Dyers nnd Cleaners of Ladles
nnd Mens Garments
109 S Third St Phone 2SGB I
y
f4 f11 11a1 AMMtIMMMMM MMAM
S 1UKU SCORE tttltDS
hi To Plnycr of Bridge and Five
I1I111111rltI nt tucks
You can bridge over more t
moreI I
fib i allowing ustn lit your foot t
1 scientifically t
scientificallyf the styles sizes t s
111 sizesf f r
t ENUF
t4
2 OEO ROCK SHOE CO r4
2 321 Broadway 4
PARK OPENING
BEST ATTENDED OfI ANY FOILs
YEARS
1101110 Knjoy Oiilliig anil < Free At
trnctloiiN Siimtny After
110011
With tho largest attendance for
any opening day Wallace park open
ed auspiciously for the summer sea
son yesterday afternoon Tho at
tendance was estimated at betwcet
1200 and 1500 people Young and
old alike were out and the free at
tractions were a big drawing card
The car service was excellent and
many compliments went to Jr
McNcely trainmaster for tho Padu i
can Traction company There was
waslno
no delay In handling the crowds and
no congestion resulted from the
trips back to the city from the park
and baseball game
The monkeys and other zoo at
tractions and tho merrygoround
were centers of attraction especially
for the little folks Edwin Hoddy
gave a performance on the high wire
and trapeze at 2 oclock In the after
noon and at night Deals band turn
Ifhed excellent music during the at
ternoon and icht
Prof William Dal who Is In
charge of the park hie season re
ceived a telegram yesterday that Gil
berts pony act could not come here
owing to the trainers condition Mr
Deal Immediately wired the Morris
booking agency and secured Lukens
ponies and baboon a similar net
which arrived today and will be teen
tonight and the rest of the week It
consists of seven pontes and one
baboon and recently concluded an
engagement at tho Gayety theater In
LouJt vUle It Is a highclass per
formance and wll be free of charge
The program for tonight Is
x30 n4cpcertL 4
8 11 mJanclng
820 Lukens pony act
915 Hoddy trapeze artist
MRS JAMES TURNER
DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS OF
RHEUMATISM
Mrs Mnrtlm Fort Scott and Mrs
Itctlli FortKon rass Into
inat llpyiuiil
After a long Diners of chronic
rheumatism Mrs Violet Turner 3C
years old wife of Mr James Turner
local ropresentaUvo of till Prudential
Insurance company died at 5 oclock
Sunday morning at her home 929
South Fourth ftrccL She was a
member of the i Methodist church and
alto a membor of the Knights and
Ladles of Honor lodge at Clifton
Tonn her old home She had lived
In this city nbout one year Surviving
her are her husband two girls and
three boys who aro Zena and No
rlno and Masters Clifford Cland and
John Turner The funeral was hold
at 230 oclock this afternoon at the
residence the Rev J B Pearson
pastor of tho South Side Methodist
church officiating The burial one In
Oak Grove ccmoteriv
The pallbearers were Messrs
Beasley J II Trobeau W CX Smith
Charles Mouser W II Krone and
Joseph Harper
harperMN
Mrs Martha Fort Scott
Mrs Martha Fort Scott CC years
old a widow of Freeman Scott died °
at 8 oclock Saturday night at the
homo of her sonlr P H Scott
2300 Washington street after a Ions
Illness oj rheumatism of the heart
The tads was taken toBlrdsvllIe her
former home this morning at 9
oclock on tho steamer John L
Lot where it will be burled at 4
oclock thla afternoon Mrs Scott
had lived In this city for tho past ex
months and was a member of the
Cumberland Presby < crlan church
churchm
She loaves man friends here Sur
viving her are six sons
Mm Bottle lIrtnnI I
Mrs Bottle Fortfon 75 years old
died at her homo In lUnklovlllo Sun
day at midnight of old age She was
a native of England and had lived
In this country since iTtyi childhood
Surviving her Is one brother Mr J
P Troewaller of Htnklevlllo Tho
funeral will bo held at 430 oclock
this afternoon and burial will bo in
the Pleanint Hill cemetery I Mrs
Fortson was n member of the Chris
linn church
cturehTohncm
Tobacco Rttlcx Over
Sales at Bohmers loose leaf to
bacco havo been finished for the
season There will probably be no
totlefl until inNRveaber
il I WANT ADS J 4
I WANTED Small show case Sun
I I Job rooms
1
DIAMONDS on easy payments
Eye See Jowolry Co 31G Broadway
RUBBUK TIRE runabout bar sale
cheap Address A B C caro Sun
FOR ItF 7Four rooms nnd
bath 14 per month 419 North Cth
Apply 403 North Cth
IF YOU HAVB furniture to re
pair pack or store or mirrors to
rcplate call old phone 897U
FOUND Uefrlgerators ranges
stoves etc at Williams 501 South
Third street
FUUNISHED ROOMS modern
conveniences 2 250 and 3 per
week 408 Washington Phone 780
HAIH WOHK Shampooing dye
ing 712 South Cth Phone 2114
LUllan Robinson
WANTED To buy a nice buggy
horse State age price etc Ad
dress I A T care Sun
LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED
John Or elf 318 Washington New
ibono 109 old 7C4A
YANTED To buy furniture am I
stpvea O W Baugh 205 South I
Thrfd New phone 901
T < FOR RENT Twp rooms near
business section to gentlemen Ad
dress L Care Sun
FOR 1U STOne apartment Ban
Soucl apartments 308 North Ninth
street See W E Cochran
NOR RENT All modern
conveniences Apply 417 Washing
ton Old phone 2130 I
STOCK of groceries for sale
Good stand Good business Apply I I
to Covlngton Brothers I
WANTED = An experienced color I
ed cook apply Folzs 213 Broad
way WANTED Second hand chest ofc
tools Stato how many tools nnd
price Address W P Caro Sun
UMBRELLAS Covered whilo youi
wait Eye See Jewelry Co 315 and
408 Broadway
ronI RENT Residence C14 Clay I
All modern conveniences Apply 533 1 t
1
I
North Sixth
M B ROOF PAINT Arktlte
I
Rubber Roofing The kind that
Noah would bare used Phone
218A ill
I BLACK8M1TH1NQ of all kinds
wagon repairing horse shoeing a
specialty f Tom Harton 222 Kentucky
ucky avenue I
WA TEDTo furnish your um a
brella with a new cover or handle P I
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad R I
way t i srf jJ
YOUR LACE curtalna need clean 114
Ing You will IlJ0ko no mistake Inj 11 I
sending them to the Star Laundry pa
Phone 200 I 110
K
CLOTHING cleaned by Dalton Is I
always satisfactory Phono C8G
Dalton does time best dyeing In the fi 1
city ru
WANTED To do your watc fj
and Jewelry repairing All work c 1 I
Itst class W N Warner Jeweler
403 Broadway
foil SALB Old fatihlon Burr
ground moot made from select flour
hlckcn feed and corn chops 01i J
> bono 1440
WANTED To buy house and lot g
In city or suburbs Small frame 14
preferred Must be cheap for cash F
Call 712 C
and In good location
South Fifth streetI
WANTED You to visit time Mar
ket Restaurant 123 South Second j P
where prompt service and courteous
C
treatment Is accorded ladles and I
gentlemen = C W Page Manager I
I SALE or exchange for Ar I
kansas lands Fiveroom house and It
four lots at 19th and Kentucky ave L
on car line Old phone 1457a P 10
Pool
PoolS
S H HOSTEN the tailor Clean
Ing pressing dyeing and repairing s
neatly done Ladies skirts nllli suits
a specialty 121 South Ninth Old a
> hone338a I 3
> EW FURNITURE exchanged for
oW 1 Expert repairing It you have
urntUure to sell phone me C H
Terry old phono S97 H 218220
Kentucky avenue I
WANTED = Last summers straw
hats toj clean 25c to COc Gents
suits pressed 40c dry cleaned 150
French Cleaning Pressing Co 113
South 4th New phone 480
1o0k RENTOr will sell on easy tl
ayrnonts or cheap for cash a CO T
acre farm with good barn fruit etc c
8 miles from ferry landlcg Apply
rogans grocery 122 Kentucky ave
LADIES CLOTHING Host clean
ed repaired or dyed by our process
All dust and spots removed gar
monte delivered In covered wagon
and promptly Harry Dalton
phone 085r I
WE STARCH lace curtains Just
the degree of stiffness that makes
them hang nicely and dry them
upon frames that make them square
and stretch them smooth and even
Star Laundry Phono 200 I
FQR RENT Lodge room Third
floor over Citizens Saving bank 21
story brick store room Kentucky
ivctiuo between First and Second
streets G largo oillcos or bed I
IloOIl1S over 200208 Broadway CUT
hoot and all convenience Jas P
Irtlth Both phones 67
WK DO GENERAL hauling of all
Unds Transfer trunks and baggage
to trains and boats Move light
household furniture haul boxes
rates barrels freight to and from
depots or wharfboats Deliver par
ogle I Skcltonn Baggago and Dellv
Ice U F 1141 DellvI I I
Mark This Down
There are no better books
and there are no lower prices
made on them than what we
sell every day to out cusi >
tamers
tamersWe
We have over 300 different
books at 48c and COc Hero
are a few
The Post Girl
Lure of the Mask
Little Brown Jug of Kll
dareJoiD I
Old Wives for New
Tho Barrier
hDaughter of Anderson Crow
Awayr
D Ee WILSON
Alanh l
WANTED Boarders 1208 Cal6
well avenue New Phone 1789
SYAiTFDflan and wife to work
on farm Address A care Sun
1
CoWfA 11111 of cye glasae ftt
turn to Mrs Wilcox Craig annex
and lx rewarded
WANTED Two boarders 71s
South 11th stree 13 CO per month
Near J C shops
FOR RENTFive room cottage
219 Washington All modern con
venlencles J A Rudy
FOR RENT Third floor over
barber shop 117 North Fourth
Two large rooms 500 per month
R G Fisher Citizens Saving Bank
PLLLENS BAGGAGE CO Ed +
Pullen Mgr All kinds of baggage
dellvefed and transferred We meet
011 rains New phone 921 Old
phone 920
FOR RENT 414 South Tenth j
street nine room house bath hot
and cold water Eighteen dollars
per month Telephone 102 > J A
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BLACK HORSE OrlJ 14out
Hhanda weight S30 ptfund Aifo
10 Worth = li5 For < rewary h < id
particulars address B A Jacobs R
D No1 Box 12C PaduCah
Ky Phone new 853 Old 2C73
MAN OF FAIR InteHtgonce goal
fled to Interview loading Miflnoes
and professional men Nothing to
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SECOND TEAM I HEATS THE
FIRST EIGHT rilCADEItS
The second team of the B olghth
grade defeated the first team lOvto
They lined up
First Second
Cleaves c Gardner
Phipps Powell P r Kolb
Wilkins lb Phelps Quinn
Mnmmen and
Powell 2b Morgan
Campbell and
Thomppn 3b Vnrblo
Phipps and x
Thompson B3 SCOtt
Rye If Smith
Lofton cf Wilton 11
Mlllburn rf Phelps
UmpireProf Whitehead
Kolb was hit freely but had good
support Powell was a puzzle for
Ills opponents Quinn at first put up
flno Kanio for D Eighth The weak
spots of B Eighth Was the catcher
Cleaves Gamo played at Ixdguo
park f
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Two horse wagon load d lvred
for UOO per load J W Little
Doth phones 321
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carry tho label
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