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SHH PADUCAH Jiff MONDAY MAY Ifl
lGJ IIX PADUCAHJIEVENnm
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1 FATHER 80MOTHER 76 I
The aged father and mother
df fa f prominent Boston lawyer
s earned through the last
two winters by
Yitibt
The son says lIlfy father
and mother owe their present
strength and good health to
Vinol During the last two
trying winterS neither of them had a cold and were
able to walk farther and do more than for years
I think Vinol is perfectly wonderful It certainly is
the greatest bloodmaking strengthening tonic UJ for old
people I ever heard of
We want every feeble old person In this town to try
Vinol We will return their money without question U It
does not accomplish all we claim for It
W B McPHERSON Druggist Paducah
D A YEISER CO
Incorporated
Announco tho opening of their new store Thursday May C
with a complete lino of highest grade
DRUGS AND SUNDRIES
At Third and Jackson
This Is the stand occupied for so many years by D A
YeUer and tho public la assured of prompt and efficient
service at all times
F
DoA Yciicr will be found there Quick dclivcy
Phone 900
VAN CLEAVE DEAD
TKKSII1KXT OV SIAXUfrACTCIl
kits ASSOCIATION
Mau 1 Who IoiiRlit lnbor Union to
ijiist IXtcli ftiuTunius to
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Sf Louis May ICt J W Van
f1Vf t forniur preal ont of the Na
tional Manufacturers Atfoclation
dil of heart disease iiore Sunday
VanCteave was Cl roar of age IL
C Thompson for 30 year his busl
non awoclate said hat VanCleavee
t4 CrcflWown could be traced to his
war with labor unions
VanCleave attracted International
y attention and became a power to con
i tend with In both large political par
lies In the national convention by rea
on of his uncompromising attitude
toward tho big union labor leaders
When the Duck Stove and Range
company of which he was president
vas boycotted following a dispute I
with the local union he obtained an
Injunction against Samuel Compere
president op the A F of L John
Mitchell former president of the
United Mine Workers and Prank
Morriion secretary of the American
Federation of Labor The Injunction
was Ignored and the three labor of
ficials were sentenced to jail for con
tempt of the federal cpurt of the Dla
trlct of Columbia An appellate court
sustained the sentence and an appeal
was taken to the supreme court of
the United State whore tho case la
still pending
At the time of the death of Van
Oleav ho was a member of the ex
ecutive board of the Manufacturers
Association
It take an occuMst to make some
people open their eyes
iii MOTHERS FRIEND
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE
ti I Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before baby comet
t are among tho greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon the little life about
to begin Her happiness and physical comfort will largely govern tho proper
development of the health add nature of the child Mothers Friend contributes
much to tho mothers happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it
affords It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate the muscles and tendons of tho body soothe the swollen mammary
glands cause k gradual expansion of the skin and tissues and aid in the relief
of nausea The regular use of Mothers Friend greatly lessens the pain and
danger when baby comes and assures a quick and natural recovery for the
mother Mothers Friend Is sold at drug stores Write for our free book con
taining valuable Information for expectant Mothers
THE BRADFIELD CO ATLANTA GA
BIG CUT PRICE SALE
ON 100000 PLANTS LARGEST STOCK EVER SHOWN IN PA
DUCAIL CALL AND 1113 CONVINCED
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Coleous 20
Arternantbera 20
Nasturtiums r YO
Balvla 20
Geraniums t 30
Heliotrope 11 > 30
lOc Plumosa > Bo
lOc Sprlngerl 6p
100 Cannas per doz7Cc
2000 twoyear roses
mixed per doz at 125
Best Carnations per doz2Cc
Fresh cut roses per doz7iiO
Phono us and we will call and give estimates on flower bed
of all kinds vases and window boxes lArge stock of palms ferns
and all varieties of pot plants w
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7SCHMAUS BROS
Phones 102
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HOME4Vj
Nance Rogers Funeral Directors and Embalmers now open
at Sixth Street and Brodway opposite Catholic church Open
day and night Residence over undertaking parlors We de
liver caskets to any wagon yard day or night free of charge
Personal attention given to funerals In the country when you
order the hearse Phone orders given careful attention Em
balming satisfactory ur no charge Night bell at front door
All hearses and hacks rubbertired I
A FineFuneral Chapel Free to Oar Patrons
t NANCE 4 ROGERS
Sixth and Broadway
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SUNDAY SCHOOL
MEETING MAY 19
oviu no NATIONS yvujt lily jtIil
iHKSKXTKI ATPllilttluniJ l 1
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Demonstration of Adult Bible Classes
Will Ilo Mnilc nt WnsiiliiKtoii
on Friday
AN INTKKNAT1ONAI FATHERING
Philadelphia May lCThe most
cosmopolitan gathering which over
mot on this continent Is UII way
tho worlds Sunday school conven
tion which opens In Washington
next Thursday Is described at the
headquarters of tho Worlds Sunday
School association In this city For
more than a year lines from all over
tho world hare been converging In
the office of Dr George W Bailey
the executive head of the organiza
tion who now announces that more
than 50 nations will bo officially rep
resented in the eight thouwnd dole
bates who will gather at tho capital
May 1924 For four months past
the office In this city has been refu
ing delegates credentials to appli
ante as the quotas of the states
wore already filled
A demonstration of adult Bible
etaswos will bo made at Washington
next Friday when some ten thou
sand men from aN over the conti I
nent will parade down Pennsylvania
avenue Special tmlns will bear del
egates of Sunday school men from
alt tho neighboring elates for this
special occualon
On Saturday afternoon there will
bo a monster open air song service
on the plaza and tho east stops of
the capltol
capltolA
A Living Tnblmuv
Another spectacular feature of the
convention will be a living to3 Wux
in convention hall 1 and the closing
when a Consrota of Nations wHl I
bo represented by Washington chil
children
massed under flags of nil nations and
a map of the world This tableaux
will be an exact reproduction of a
painting Twentieth Century Cm
HUters wkh la being widely used
In the Inlted States and Europe and
which the Worlds Sunday School
association will place in every Sun
day school in mission lands mafelng
It probably the most widely circulat
ed picture In existence
I Tho regular soselons of the conven
tion wU number 178 with speakers
to the number of 300 InriuiMnt Pres
Wont Taft Amtraswdor Bryce John
vnamaker Dr J Wttbur Chapman
buries M Alexander and many
+ bishops and other distinguished men
and women from America and
abroad The wife of VicePresident
Sherman will preside over one of the
maw meetings of women Rev F B
Me > ur of London president of tho
Worlds Sunday School association
will preside
IA I dally roll call of nation will
be use in order to enable all the
larger nations to find a place on the
program The British delegated to
the number of nearly 200 will arrive
in Philadelphia today
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RIVER NEWS
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Klvcr Singe
Pittsburgh G2 20 fall f
Cincinnati 250 05 fall I
Louisville ilC 10 fall I
Rvansvlllo 203 27 rise
Mt Vernon 191 39 rlw
Mt Carmel 71 OS taM l I
Nauhvllle 120 04 fall 1 I
Chattanooga CI 13 full I
Florence 48 09 fall I I
Johnsonvllle 80 OC rise
Cairo + 299 04 fall 1 I
St Louis 188 34 fall 1 I
Paducah 189 07 rise
Ilurnsldo CC 23 fall 1
Carthage 75 14 fall 1
lllvor Forecast
The Ohio at Paducah will continue
rising for the next 24 hours
Twlayfl Arrival
Dick Fowler from Cairo
Ohio from Golconda
Cowling from Metropolis
Clyde from Waterloo Ala
T days Depart uios
Dick Fowler for Cairo
Ohio for Golconda
Cowlltig for Metropolis
Clydo for Joppa
Savannah for St Louis
J D nlcoordlon for Sst Louis
I John L I owry for Rvansvllle
Ulvcr anti Wenllicr
Gauge at 7 a m marked 189
feet indicating a rise of seven
tenths of a foot nlnco yesterday or
ono foot since Saturday Weather
cloudy and burfnega good
Notes and Personals
The Dick Fowler carried a Rival
UIt
Pure
Liquid i Food I I
without ono particle of offeeI
or any other drug Thats I
POSTUM I
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING 11
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With the present low rate afforded by ills company null
the high efficiency lamp now being USJN generally I
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throughout the country yoii cnn Itt helter limiting nt n
less rest timnyoii have ovtr IHMII nblo to licrvtofnrr 1
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Wo vnnt yoillo ho convlnrwl of this fact iuiil Millrlt In
qiilrloN of nil kind faire you No nmtCir vlicrtjou Hvu
II If I
I Our Commercial Department
II entirely nt your service and ran supply you ullli any 1
I Infonnntlon you may desire as rrnnhlS vlrliic of i IIOIIMM 1
rest of lighting 1II0 t light for the least money tlc
IThe I Paducah Light and Power Co j t t
Inrorpornlrtl w t
number of oxourclonl U to Cairo yes
terday and returned at 10i3f
oclock last night Opt Hen Win
ters was In charge She left on
time for Cairo this morning with a
good trip
The Chattanooga arrlMd lye torn
day from Krannllle with a big trill
and departed Inn evening for Chit
tanoopi Tunnr
The John L Lowry nrrlv l from
Kvaneville at C oolocX yei hmlny
cveirlnic and loft at 9 oclock tide
mornlag for a return trip Sbe i ea
joyed a Rood business
The XnBltvlUo Is dUe In port from
Nortivltlw Tenn tomorrow flAr
boon and leaves l Imthedtatety for a
roturrt trip
The J n nklfardson nrrlred atI I
1039 oclock last night Irom Xtaeh
yille and left at noon today t for I
ClarkivIHo She brought la a targ 1
freight llrt Inriudlne tobacco aa
had about CO passengers 40 0
whom wore routed trippers out o
Nmthvllte bo wW return Wod M
day morning and leave at noon fo
Nttshvllte
NttshvllteThe
The Cutaway delivered a barge o
lumber to the Marshal Dox factor
at Metropolis today from New lIb
erty 111
Mr Alex Perry of the Perry i
lester l Stock company at Nk hvl I
arrived last night on till J n 1 Ulch
nrdaon to close a deal with a IDa
firm for cattle
The towboat lloroi r arrived ou
of tho Cumberland river with tit
Saturday night
The thwboat Henrietta arrives
yesterday from the Cumberland will
a tow of ties and will go to Calf
In a few dayit
The towboat Chancy Lamb arrive
from Cairo lait night with emptie
and went to Nashville for a tow o
tiesThq
Thq crow of lire 1Illated t City o
S ltlllo arrived last night from 51
Ix > u4s to take charge of the City o
Savannah which will take up the St
Ix > uh and Tennessee river trade
Chief Engineer Ed Latliam and As
nl tant Mat Ixsake came Pilots E <
Pell and Charles Street and Carpen
tor GUlf Schlcctlg The engineers
are getting the Savannaha engines
In condition and she will probably
leave this evening for St Louis
Capt James Koger vice ldel
of the Tejnneeseo River Packet com
Iny W 1 irtlll In Bt Louis nt the
scene of tho Saltlllon dimster Ef
fort arc bolng made > 0 recover the
boats freight and divers are lookn
t < t bodler l ippowd to be In the
wreck yet The body of Fowler Post
Iselin 1 missing
pUllmtnlncCQII
Copt John S Summwii returned
home laic night from Lincoln N M
whore ho was for six months for thf
benefit ofhls health He was much
lnentted t by tho virft
The Clyde hi l duo tonight from
Waterloo and leaves for JOIIj16 tc
unload She makes a return trip tc
Waterloo Wednesday evening
The Ahierlcan Bridge ronipanjr at
Ambrldgo has Juet launched rtx new
steel flats for the American stn > l and
Wire company Three large steel
decked barges arc under way in the
yard now
The towboat Joe n Whom
which delivered her tow nf 4vnfvo
bushels of Plt burgh coal at N vw Or
leans last week la en rout hk to
the Ohio river for Lout vil 1 <
The river has begun risi inr again
and more water Is looked r
It IP I Impracticable to aHftnpl to
get the tugboat fcoxllo afloat ac
ti
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LorJlrK to Dvr Wm Leonard The
boat link H Uw nitiujh > pt Hid nvor
tho latter tart ot Kcjintary and IK I
completely uud < r water She In own
ed by Capt VMum McClcvilaRd of
hates Kong La
apt John WrPD wIll nt the I
x NrsHn steamer J S at Paducah I
W9IJntMhl i and pilot her up the Ohin
as far is Ow nstooo Ky gtvta4fex
ruralaM en rout tied will thru take
her wp tie CtlmbertalMl and Tenn <
are riven for tt Ptw weeks caret
40a baelrss
Cktrllc Jefferson coon l at + w
stew l
iUd becote irk In MVIBV I the Inn
ot f < tv nil passengers when sole mnk
I l t week
The Oowlli and Ohio were 11 port
oa time todv each doing a gee
Gusto
GustoMrs
Mrs Mary A Mnn > n of Great
torrington MUM 1 whose will has
ust lIMn probated left nearly half
i million dollars to tho town to
ftobltcti and maintain a reap tnl
As a general i rule a nuns hair
turns pray five year earlier than a
woman YOURw
YOURBACKAC1113
BACKACHE
BACKACHEWILL
WILL YIELD
To Lydia E Pinkbams
Vegetable Compound
Uloomdalo Ohio = I suffered from
amble li a nches twins In my lark
and right ale lUlU
was trod all the
tune and nervous
1 could not sleep
and every month t
could hardly stand
the pain Lydia E
JlnkhanTs VVmta
Yget1bit
bio Compound re
stored 1 inn to health
again and made tno
fuel like n now wo
man J llOIH this
letter will Induce
older women to avail themselves of
his vnlunblo rnwllclno Mrs ElI
ntEUKiucic llloomdalc Ohio tItI I
Backache is n symptom of female
weakness or deraniromont If you
uve buckncho dOll t neglect It To
wt permanent rellof you must reach
ho root of the trouble Nothing wo
tnowof will do this HO safely und surely I
is Iydla Ji Plnkhams Vegetable Com
pound Cure Urn causo of these dls I
iresslng aches and pains and you will I
Como well aid strong I
The great volume of unsolicited tcs I
tmony constantly lourhlFIII proves
conclusively that Lydia K 1inkhaina
Vfffetablo CompouiHl madu from roots
end herbs has restored health to thou
sands of women
If you h linvo thin slightest tlon1t
Hint Jxydla R IMnUliniirH Vofjo
table CompoAnil will help you
ivrlto to Mrs Plnltlinm at Lynn
Mss for ndvlco Your letter
will ho absolutely confidential
and tho advlco free
Y0UNGMER
PABSTS OKAY SPEGIFII
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know It by reputation Prlceli
rsiuuir J M OEHLSCHLAEQER J I
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we will bn Rind to go thoroughly tube this Hinder with
you and If you llvo off our linen well limkn curry ffort +
poKftlhlo to make Txtensloiw to mach you I Ao arc rsptxJ
Inily I ilittrn > iw of YicartfiK faun llimo wlio lima in S tintS
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iniinlllcM not linvlnc elrrtrlc norvlrr wlicrn eiiotigli I pwplo I I i4
aright be liiHrtSUtl III wiirrnnti tt1I1111l1C our llnn 1
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Call 114 by telephone or drop unto our offlcn niiy tliiiq end
wo will Ito glad to rnll on you anti go ilmniiiKlily Into the I s
problem of HIKCTHK lUHTII j I t t I
RAUGHONS PRACTICAL
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90 Colleges In 16 Stnt 21 yean aucoosa 100000 nuccomful students
POSITIONS secured llookkeoplnff Shorthand Banking English eta + I 1
taught at COLLEGE or BY MAIL Mtntt A M ROUSE Htnigtr Paducah Kf i
S L Fowler Supply Co
Dairy Supply Department
A most complete tine of Dairy
men supplU In represented by
this conrern Tho aurlor Pall
Milk Coolers Aerators Milk Hot
ties the famous Certified Cap
Illustrated herewith De Laval
Separators Separator 01111 Wash
log Powders Bottle Brushes and
other standard apparatus uscA
by Creameries and Dairies
headquarters for tho tolI I
orated KIKJICWOOI DAIUY
IHODfCTS IflllTV GlAll
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CITY TRANSFER coI l
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All Kinds of Hauling Storage PaclUnl
and House Cleaning
Vacuum House Cleaning Prices on ApplicationI
Phone 49f
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fee so well with our livery trvtss1 ° i
that you will employ It again u t >
often One of the ways we take lilt
make our charges so reasonable that
you will not deprive yourself of the
pleasure of a drive on account of tie
expense Suppose you take one tt 1t I
iay It the weather permit 1 i
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4th A Ky Ate Both Those 4Th
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123 t Broadway
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