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IiPAGE FOtm J TSE PADUCAH EVENING SUNFRIDAY rVLl R 11
THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN
AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY
III1N rUBLISinNQ COMPANY
mOORrOnA TED
F X FISHER President
f J4 PAXTON General Manager
ntered at the poitofflce at Paducah
icy u second elaii matter
Ia InlClUrTJON nATES
RATE
Mf Carrier per week 10
0T mall per month In advance 25
Sf mail per year In 4neOO
TUB WEEKLY SCW
War year by mall poitage paid 1100
Address THE SUN Paducah Ky
Offlce lit South Third Phon UL
Editorial Itoomi
OWI Phone 837 Now Phone B58 I
Payne k Young Chicago and New
York repreietatlvea
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FRIDAY JULY 8
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
Juno 1910
Average Juno 1910 6660
Average Juno 1909 6160
Increase COO
1 < 6647 166662
26651 176662
36662 186663
4 > 6644 20 6653
6sm1t 756647 x 21n ma6463
76649 22664
8 + 6663 23 6644
96663 24662
10 6667 25 6645
11 6785 27 6647
136667 286651
146664 29 6654
156662 30666
Total 173146
Personally appeared before me
the 2nd day of July 1910 It D
MacMillen Business Manager of The
Bun who affirms that the foregoing
ta a true and correct statement ot Ita
circulation for the month of June
1910 to the best of his knowledge
and belief
PETER PURYEAR
PURYEARNotary
Notary Public
My commission expires January
is 1912
tll
Dally Thought
Meditation Is the great storehouse
of our spiritual dynamics where di
ems energies 110 hid for any enter
priee and the hero is strengthened
for his field All great things are
born of sJlcnoeJ Martineau
By baby bye
Heres a fly
Let naa Jrllt him you and I
On the meat that we eat
His dirty feet
See With germs replete
Then away
Do not stay
Ugly fly good day
Modern version of nursery
rhymo
o
Weeds are the elgn of mourning
iDa vacant lot for the neglect of Its
owner and hte lack of enterprise
o
A WOMAN AT THE HEAD
A woman was elected president
1 of the National Educational assocla
tlon It was not merely chivalry I
either that prompted the heads of
schools in tho United States to elect
Mrs Ella Fjagg Young to that 1
Office She has already proven her
fitness for places of action and re J
sponslblllty The Chicago school
board elected her superintendent ofI I
the public schools of that city aI
year ago and she appears admirably
adapted to the work After allI I
mere argument and theory and
sentiment dont cut much figure tnE
the final solution of things There j J
Is an ever operating law which J
brings cream to the top of the milk
and the individual womans place tnt
the social economy of the civilized a
world will bl determined by factors
other than dlsputaUonc
o
Owensboro Is agitated over the t
contemplated erection of a water < j
softening plant Owensboro people a
use water principally for washing t
and their chief concern is for pro j
perties capable of producing n good a
err 11I
I
1aSt o
St Louis has a new ordinance
vhSch require all residences res t
taurants and supply wagons whet f
ever food ds kopt to be screened 1
o I
Lightning rtruck the Kentucky li
State Journal office the other day 11
It has been Intimated that former G
Governor J C W Beckham has up I
Wa lightning rods 11
o t
rUE SILLY SEASON A
Dont bo pessimistic Remember
this la the silly season The prob 1 l I
abilities are that statistics of other
days in the month would chow more 0
catastrophes and the safe and eano II 1
Fourth Was really a break In the t
monotonous accounts of rocking tho t
iboat swimming1 in currents fight 1
lug bees ptomaine poisoning din n
ing with monkeys and swimming t
tank dinners f
dinnersA o
A GREATER PADUOAH S
Bank statements for Juno 30 t
1910 indicate that Paducah n
emerged from the panic times e
purged her financial Institutions a
tried by fire and In better shape is
than ever before All this ii ante b
cedent to any possible effect of rail tl
road operations here and prove t1
that Paducah cis inherently a good r <
town The railroad news Itself con ti
ilpuefr to grow better 811 it ap
1 J
wf
T r THE POSTAL SAVINGS BANK u 1
r BANKJ J J
The following Is a brief jnopsls
cf Postal Savings Banks and their
regulations
regulationsPostmaster
Postmaster general secretary of
the treasury and attorneygeno cal
will designate savings depository
officers Depositors must be ton years of
Lcago
must fce dollar or multiples of dol l
larsTwo
reTwo
Two per cent Interest per annum
wilt bo paid on deposits
Ono hundred dollars Is tho limitI I
for deposits In any ono month
Sums exceeding1 500 at any ono I
time forbidden I
I
proachcs realization In facts In all 1 las l
rrobablllty three new Mnes will te I
sending solid trains through Padu
cah from north to south and the I
plausible suggestion that tho Illinois I
Centra will divert much of Ita
through traffic south over tho Car I
bondale division Into Paducah adds I
to tho possibilities of tho situation
The present census will show Padu o
cah holding up well with cities of
IIlIer II
THE LEXINGTON EXPEHIQ1ENT I
Lexington wlH vote on the com > a
mission government next November s
and we have no doubt aspiring poll a
tlotans will work for 4t as the Ken A
lucky law will give four of them Jobs I p
on the commission at 3X > 00 each i I G
and another at 3600 By the next t u
session of the legislature wo hope e
the Kentucky Municipal league l will 1 f f
lave prepared a sensible economy C
cat and effective commission plan of r It I
city government Then wo will all I I it I
try It The constitutional provision I it
that all cities of the second clam a
must have the same kind of govern JI
went may make it impossible forv
Lexington to try the experiment
We should bate to see commission I I
government get a black I eye I in I
Kentucky because the legislature
didnt give us an Intelligent law on I
the subject
o I
LITTLE AMERICANS AND LATIN
AXrBRilCA
That is a nice healthy American 1
sentiment indeed that deplores t
duplicity at Washington In deal 1
Ings with Central America why < ch I
baa goaded LatinAmerican states I
to desperation The desperation
of Mr Castro late of Venezuela >
and of Mr Zelaya late of Nicara 1
gua are striking examples of the a
effect of the particular brand of t t
duplicity now on tap in the I
state department Probably tho I
writer Intended to eaji dupllca
Lion In reference to Zolayas
Lurried though studied emulaUon
of Castros departuro with the avail > e I
able treasury balance of his beloved t
countryIntelligent I
Intelligent people who know that n
these buccaneer beads or Central I I g
American states gained ascendency n
hby 1 I I
absolutely the mediums of express v
Ing public sentiment the sea ro u u
papers In their respective terri t
lories and that their only concern I
Is selling fnnchlsea for their own I
enrichment know too that the
alleged unpopularity of the United D
States In those realms Is but an ti t
echo of the complaints against its I j
mterferenco with their robbery and I t
no more reflects the eotttlment of M
the peoplo than did plgtt riding In
the Black Patch indicate that any e
considerable percentage of the pea u t
pie wore In favor of J3wlo ness gi
Ninetynine and a large fraction of w
a percentage of the Inhabitants of fl
the Black Patch were Intimidated of
collusion between the outlaws
by a of
and law offlersp
The charge that the United States 21
Is exercising Its power to protect U
American corporations which have o
secured liberal concessions from the J
public In Central America is scarce
ly compatible with sympathy for
Zelayn Castro and their like If f
there corporations secured unfair w
advantages through corrupt means y
they secured them from tho govern ji
ment beads who complain and the N
complaint is only because tho United
States government will not permit
them to go back to their own terms
drive the American corporations out D
and sell the
privileges over again n
to some other concern for a big D
bribe The United States would bo as
thing of contempt if H could not m
protect Its own people In their rights tt
wherever they may be m
Tho United Stales has undertaken ej
to protect the western hemisphere of
from further European exploitation M I
These buccaneers at the heads of M I
Iatln American republics negotiate si
big loans from European govern tl
menu which encourage extrava in
ganro well knowing tho debts will ta
go to protest In order that they ai
may have excuse for interfering In cc
the affaire of Central and South the
America and adjacent Island el
tA case in point Is that of tho m
little republic of Santo Domingo M I
whore the United States took charge C
of the custom houses After resorv tv
ing 25 per cent for the payment of m
tho governments debts this coun
try has boon able to turn over for le
the maintenance of the government Ing
more money on lower rates of duty tu
than Santo Domingo enjoyed bo ent
fore el 1
foreIt
It is to tho Interest of tho United
States to encourage real roprescnta 01
tare government education of the PC
masses and the financial Jndepend X <
ence of there southern neighbors An
and ono important step being taken se
the establishment of American at
banks in the principal centers otc
trade The country that controls PC
the financial Institutions of those
republics will control the bulk of Er
trade and trade fosters amity of
Treating with a lot of buccaneers pr
I
J
Funds can be withdrawn at will 1
Accumulated savings will be
placed In state national banks 1 n
communities where < uvvlnga arc
made
Five per cent of deposits will bo
Y1r y
ment of deposits
lTblrtyfive per cent of funds de
posited ron bclncstCIJ fn govern l
1ment bondsj j t II t d
Depositors can transmit their
savings Into bonds at any time
iFourthclaa postmasters will re
ceivo extra pay for work In postal 1
savings banks
as though they wore tho people or
the t representatives of tho people
whom they are Intimidating and
robbing will not bo performing our
mission in this hemisphere and tho
American cItizen or the American
publlcaUon whlchi tries to belittle
the efforts of our government to t
establish peace order and justice
on tho South American continent is I
playing an Ignominious part in the
IDleffalro
We have not forgotten howi tho
Influence of the rebellious Aguln
aldo was sustained by the efforts of
silly sentimentalists to picture him
as < a patriot It cost gallons of
American blood thousands of FIll
pno lives millions of dollars and I
God knows how much heartache t
und human suffering and the 1 Ics
eon ought to be enough to prevent I
people at home encouraging the
Castros and Zelayas in their thin w
Ing operations by giving them the
impression that this country is hah
ing and undecided in Its attitude
and policy toward them They her I
ngests hero x ho are In close tenet I
with public affairs and sentiment
o
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STATE PRESS I
I
1 I
Goes to Sleep nt Sun ct
Monroe Draftee the gay and dash
lIng widower of Brlensburg was In I I
town Monday looking as fresh as a
morning glory Bcnton Tribune
Democrat
Trlgg Indifferent to Roads
The tact that only a few of tho I
road commissioners of too county
attended the meeting here last Sat
urday shows the little interest the
people of the county toile in good I I
r oadsCadiz Record
The Latch String Out
Tho people are sociable and
d
handI j l
to the worthy In need You find I I
the genuine Kentucky hospitality
aI a
day off just drop in and spent a few
betltI
little town In 1 Kentucky and you
will at once want to become ono ofI I
us Our latch string IB always on
the outside Arlington Courier
State Law liars Picture
In tho event tho promoters of the I
movingpicture enterprise attempt t
to show the pictures of tho fight in
Louisville and other sections of Ken
tucky In eplte of tho order Jsrucd by
Mayor Head and the board of public
i
safety in LoubvUle and by the chief
executives of the other cities and I
towns they wiU encounter another 1
snag and one it Is believed Ulate e
will prevent the presentation of the j
fight pictures During the session
the Kentucky general assembly
190C a law was passed and ap
roved by the governor on March
1906 to prevent the presenta
Uon of any play that would tend to
excite race prejudice Courier
Journal <
Iurtyf
Miss Anne Hambleton of Sorghc
was the guest of an all day dinner
yesterday < at the homo of Mr and f
Irs Charles Llghtfoot Clovcrport
SOJ
Xo Opinions lunch
Discussion of tho Taces for the
Democratic nomination for gover
nor < were as guarded among tho
Democrats Gathered here for a
meeting of the state central com
mittee as an anarchist plot on the
streets of St Petersburg Efforts
made to get those In atendanco to
express an opinion as to tho chances
Congressman Ben Johnson d
Mayor W O Head former Senator
McCreary and William Adams re d
spectlvoly for landing the nomina
lion etfdted a surprising lack 01c
information on tho part of those
talked to At least if they know a
anything they were careful 1m con
cealing It In addition to discussing tJ j
e campaign committee member
ship members of tho election com o
mlstion will bo certified diaries It
McDowell of Danville Harry Me s
Chesncy and Morgan Chinn the
two latter of Frankfort will be u
named Ono of tht > most Important mat I g
gIlrs
ng will be a dlecusalon of tho ores c
lion of whether a state superintend
of publlj Instruction shall be p
plected
The resignation of + Protestor s
Orabbo was followed by tho ap
pointment of Prof Regenstdn 01a
Newport who now holds the office
According to the construction of the b
section bearing on this question U
state officers arc to be chosen in ti
November an election for state su
perintendent will be necessary p
The question then Is Are con
gressmen and members of the court k
appeals state officers It is I
probable thac the question will be G
d
lubialtted o three attorney to bo
lrubmrllled by tho state committee
Loulavlallo Post
JHeard
Heard in the Lobbff
Lobby
BELVEDERE Wm Klnamon
Clifton Tcnn Joe Sheppard Louls
vllle Goo Shndain Hopkinavllle
ace Wall Evansvllle James R
Lowe Louisville W B Webb Map
field R M Nayes Mayfiold J O
Manning Whitlock Tenn
PALMEJRi 1I0USE L O Mol
Cialn Nanhvlllo D R Robinson
Paris Tenn Carl Mitchell Mem
Phis R O Scott Mayflold Wm
Wanning Louisville I S Somplo
SomploLouisville
Louisville 11 Iw Smith Henderson
H Overton Oweniboro
NEW RICHMOND a D Miller
BddyvlMo BjTd Leapor Brookprt
J E Goodrich Nnshvilto Jy A
AMason
JlaekweRr
JlaekweRIMurrlcane
Hurricane Tenn Odls Cakor
CLktJr3lctropoUB
GC MemphisSt
Gel
GelGonda
nIi D Meyer Joppn III Chas
Nimborn Dover Tcnn J R Mc
nodNow
f0Now York City J a O Drown May
Mayo
A Los Angeles man added this
one to the evenings entertainment
entertainmentbst
entertainmentr
Ilouc10bb
rSan Francltco Is as much noted
notedCo newspapers
newtpaperand
and strange as it may appear those
two apparent diverse business en
enterprises vp
attimes
timesWell
Well It happened on this wise A
daughterw
left thlcr palatial homo in Patsa
dlna to visit a married daughter at
Frisco After they had been several
flays in the city of dfegruntled prize
prizethe
entI
shopping On their return < hpy > wore
theywere
nI wore
nto
to twist and writhe uncomforably
aftI on tho street
upI < lall1C1t1Cft
conI sho
nlptlon fit To allay her agitation
tho mother aId her arm reassuring
reassuringly I
Patient Flosso and control yonreolf
We will soon bi > homo and get rid
of them
themJust
Just at this Juncture a little news
boy selling Friscos great dally
rushed up and shouted Interrogn
Interrogntlely
tively Examiner
This starting question at such a
moment rushed nH over tho mother
like an electric shook Turning
Turningfiercely
bricked Do you suppose I am
going to examine her on the public
publichlgbwny7
home before i examine her
Utterly dumbfounded by the Jn
guago and menacing air of the Irate
old lady thafeApopr little Innocent
news vender junk back ands roo
row
of harms way Dpi as he atilt
lingered perplexed and trying to
parasolu
and started for him
Now you be off ebb ald You
little Imp You hong around here
as if you woujd like to help examine
herThoroughly
Thoroughly frightened the boy
boyt
looked over hjs shoulder and shout
cd Examiner
The helpless old lady brandished
her parasol at him and exclaimed
Oh yon impudent Httte rascal tr
I only > had you by the hair I would
make you holler Oh lady Inniead
of examine her
Just then Flosslo got an Idea a
whole rovalatton as It were and
going up to her mother said
Oh mama that little boy 4j
tolling a newspaper I saw one ty
that name ytitorday
In spite Of hersoif tho old lad
laughed heartily and they hattenod
home
tomsIt will Interest many Paducah
people to know that Senator Piles
of Washington Is not a candidate
for reelection Ho told Postmaster
F M Fisher that business engage
ments which mean a fortune to
him are so pressing that It will be
necessary for him to give up poli
tics Ho made this announcement
to Mr Fisher ji year ago t
Kentacicy Kernels
Henderson councilmen resign
Black bass put In Clarks river
Ire Andyi Iounds of Hckinan
dies Mrs Everad Maron of JInxel
dies
Damage by rains in Christian
county
countyJohn Rlley > 1dHs brother Edwardv
at Princeton
Davleaa county wheat owners
pool 25000 bih
poo1260001nwFlora
Flora Hairell > and Lee Bennett
of Denton marry
Tandy Hufgrovo ofILlnton
struck W Hgbtning r
Ordinance in Louisville to pro
hlblt fight pictures
Mrs Cay Jones of Denton
gored by vlclou < w
Airs W T Sanders nnd son of
Cadiz leave for Texas
J rof Lovctt of Benton princi
pal of Hard we M school
Judge Brealhltt says increase of
salaries unconcltutional
Marshall county A S of Eo meets
Birmingham July 16
Caroline Lyles of Bontonl cele
brates hor 88th birthday
Dr Mulligan resigns as superin
tendons of Lakeland Asylum
Garfield Cope elected Republican
county chairman at Denton
N B Wilkinson resigns as book
keeper of Trgg County banfc
Miss Nolle Thompson and booktj
Garfield Oo ff Be lon M rry
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INTO ITANNER I I
TANNER STEPPED
YOUNG MAN nitOWNMI IIIi < XllU
AID ticiun HIM
Dnrlow + Inky l Tnigwly Hull Young
Mother nml dilMrvn of Their
Support
IlilOTHKIl OK IADUCAH MAX
Almost within reach of hhr com
panions Frank Tanner prominent <
young merchant of harlow was
drowned yesterday afternoon In a
take near Barlow He was tvlning
tho lake with several companions
when ho stepped suddenly Into deep I
water and bo sank the lost time be
fore aid Ink roach him ills com
panion tried to rescue him lie was
a brother of Gordon Tanner shipping
clerk at the wholesale grocery of
CovIngton Brothers i
Yesterday with James WHford
George Travis M M I Glasgow T P
Kelly and Jack Poty Tanner wont
to a take near Hogg Switch After
dinner they started selnlog the lakei j i
His companions wero started when
Tariaor stejip d Into a deep hole anti
oiled for help They rusted to bill
aM and Joined hands together In an
effort to reach him Once ole of tho t
party caught Tanners band ItA he
descended but the hold WH lost In
about an hour the body was roemer t
ed Fred Roth and Charles Keottin
of MatMI KfiDgor ltoY were eall t
ed to Brlow 1t wisht and the body
mbalniMl Tlio UWlLI l and banal s
took IlIaee thin aUotHO
Mr Tanner was XI 7r old and
a prosperous young lIMrehaAt of l
Bariow He Is survived by his wife °
aid one child amid alto bill parreaJ t
J
Mr and MM James Tnonor lie was
born apt reared at Bariow Bovy + rall l
brothers nurvlve He was a member
of the Barlow lodges of Ms oas amid
Woodnjen of the World
ir ere OIHT A IIKAIMCHB
Why Cotneltiona tiraoache IJTtr Pllli <
will cur that 10 cent Ouarantee4 t
b7 all druggist
druggistAt
At the Kentucky
One of the best balanced bills to <
offered at the Kentucky theater for n
tho last half of this week Three s
targe and appreciative audiences saw
th t performance yesterday end wore
welt pleased with the quality Tho
feature seta are the Alpine yodllng
comedian Somors and Otto Tholr
oat is I unlqt and one of the beet
over In Va6deWo In Paducah Will
Nowlln bat a hlghehiw mueicai i act t
and U awarded frequent appkuse 9
Bugeole Ray ta i a clever little char c
actor artlrt who can sing and dance
too Her clever songs brought down I j
the house Raymond Thomas ta one
of the eteady hits In his 4HuKrnted r
song He has a poMlng tenor
voice that has won him many friends t
among tile vaudeville patron Two t
long reels of motion pictures com i I
plete the bill Two evening and ono
matinee performances l are ghee every I
day
dayISW I
MANCUM I IODOK I O O P
INSTALLS XKW OIIICKItS
Officers wero Installed last night
by the MangQm lodge of Odd Fol
lows at tho Three Links building
The Installation services were In s
charge of Kd Aloxander tho lodge
deputy Mr John McMahon wan In
uallvd as noble grand and Mr Alex
cntors as the vice grand Will
Klnsuy Is the retiring noble grand
Surlng his term of office tho lodge
had the distinction of Initiating tho
largest class of candidate In IU
history
Tho appointive dicers are Virgo
Berry right scene supporter to noble
grand II A Kattorjohn loft Hcone
supporter to noble grand Henry
Robertson right scone supporter to
vice grand Frank Slegol loft nccno
supportor to vice grand Clayton
Phelps chaplain John Prclf war
den Ed Lawless conductor J Ri
Fox Inside guardian Will Rye outl
l
side guardian Hr O It Kldd right
cone supporter Earl Schaffer loftI
scene supporter
u
Brookport News
Mrs Mary Oollltm wlfo of Samuel
Collins ot Urookport died July 1
after a lingering Illness of several I
weeks Funeral services Saturday f
afternoon conducted by the Rev K L
It Stongnto pastor of tho IapUst
church of Drookport Burial wee In I
Poll cemetery Mrs Oolllni Vnsa
daughter of Mr and lira Leo ttusby
of Droakport
DroakportThn
Thn citizens of Pope county pnsod
through here on their way to Padu
cah Saturday Albert Madden Thos
King Dud Itoo and wife who hnvo a
con In toe hospital In Puducah and
Hph Elik
Rev Wallace secretary of tho
state mlttlon work of tho llnptiet
church preached at tho HaptUt
church Sunday craning
The Kov U It Stoagall nHed lita
regular appointment horo Saturday
evening and Sunday
Mr Darktpodt and wife want 1 < o
Pndtioah
PndtioahMr
Mr K K Evans of nruwnlJoM
passed through Hrookport on his way
to Paducah on the Fourth
Mrs lAuro Adklni returned Fri
day from Metropolis whore she bad I
been vUitlag
vlsliegCOMMiHSIINit1IS
rOMMISSIOXIWS HAIH i
In purmianro of a judgment of t
McCraekon circuit court rendered at
Its May term 1910 In tho action tl
of Mrs Mlnnlo Dlsmukcn guardian
etc plaintiff against John Dto
inuktM etc defendant I will on
Monday July 11 about the I hour
of 10 oclock a m 1910 being
county court day at Iho I court
douse door In Paducnh Ky sell t 0
he highest bidder on a credit of
six months the following described
property vie
A certain tract or parcel of land I
situated In MeCraekon county Ky I
described 1 TIB follow Beginning at I
a stake In tho township between
townttilp six and seven north range
ono west and 26 39 peter W In
tbo southeast earner of the original
Jeele W YOIIIIR tract to n hkkor 7
tree thence N 86 weal by township
lint 89 1111 polo to a tako which
was the 8 W corner of the dower
tosses N I 12 I weal 40 l2t I pol l
to a take thence S C degree OIt l
about 90 plea to a stake In the
o lino of a 9 acre let set aside by
tbo eammlMlonflrs Mary A Young
etc Then e S 2 12 H with tILe
0t
eat hue of mid nine acre trait
40 12 1 1 pale to tho beginning a le
another tract of land beginning at a
stake In tbo No W corner of said
dower thence 8 4 12 east M 23 I
pales to n stake then o N JG do >
grccs ooit 90 12 poles to a sUko to
tho west line of IL nine acre lot
thence N 2 13 degree west J4 Sl I
poles to a stoke In tho north lino of r
said dawnr and 1C 310 JftjJoa W of t
tfi0 N K cursor of saiu ilbVor
thoucv S 86 degree W and I
92 41100 pals to the beginning
containing 8 12 acre of land
The two tracts together contain
31 and 14 acres
Said property to be sold for tho I
purpose of division
Tho purchaser will bo required to I
give bond with approved surety
bearing Interest nt 6 per cent from I
day of Mle baring farce of ra
plevin bond on which execution may
issue when duo
This 8th day of July 1910
1v4 MIDOLHTON
MIDOLHTONAttorney
Attorney
CECIL UBKD
Master Commissioner
TOO UOJTT RATS TO WAIT
Rrrry ease mikri you feel belles ta
Foe kerr your whole insides runt
Bold on the MoneyBack plan erery
watt Price I Oe
On allve LIa
Ah darling say that you will drift
down the stream of Ufa with me In my
little canner
Make It a steam yacht dear and
Ill say ycsfSt Loula PostDispatch
PostDIspatchl
l
I
Biedermans Ideal
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The Ideal Meat Market
At 512 and 514 Broadway
HAS STARTED A DELICATESSEN
Price List for Saturday July 9
150 IOlNDM JHANULATKI 8UOAII 011a
24 Hi sack Gold Medal
Flour 85c
C bars Soap 25o
4 pkga Corn Starch 2Co
3 sheets Tangle Foot Fly
FlyPaper
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3 boxes Matches lOo
1 lb black and green Tea 35c
Millers Lasting Starch 6
pkgs 250
C boxes Lyo 25c
5 Ibs fancy Rico 25e
Jcllo 3 pkgs tiny flavor Ic
Llptons Teas por lb75c
Dill Tickles per doz 130
School Pickles per doz 1Iict
Silver Cow 6 cans 21 t
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proper form on or txfor July irsii
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No 1190
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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other real estate
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notes 1000000 180
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expenses and taxes
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0 I W ROBERTSON
ADOLPH WEIL
WmlDlrector
Subscribed and tolbofoiame
sworn to boforonio
nothis
this 6th day of July 1010
GUY MARTIN
MARTINtEenl
PublicMy
My commission expires Jan 20
1814
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