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PAGE SIRtIIIE PADCCAH EVENING SUNF1UPAY JILL B
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Pianos i and Organs 1O I
At Greatly Reduced Prices
that luivo been rented from three to twelvemonths
I hits on hand l n luunbor of pianos lIlYO ee
months and as fnr as thoir musiial condition they arc as good as now yet they
have not the now luster and brightness that a piano froth from the factory would
have However thoy Imvo boon cleaned up tuned and put in the host possible con
dition + 5KrP1
I also have a number of secondhand organs that wo have received from poo
plo who have bought pianos and given them in exchange Now some of these
organs are good ones and some of them are several years old but we have over I
hauled them and put thorn in good order For your consideration I will list t be
low n few of thorn and hlC prices that I quote below are certainly at the lowest
possible dollar that anyone could expect to buy at and get something that is really
good and serviceable tiKftgfflasiBtt dw
serviceableKimball
Kimball mahogany case always 825 225
Kurtrman oak case large size 350 200
Singer mahogany case excellent condition 165
Singer oak case almost new 180
Emorson mahogany case a 275
Hamilton walnut chapel organ old but good condi
tion 1200
Beatty walnut parlor organ 1500
Chicago Cottage walnut extra good 2500
Kimball walnut good condition 2250
I also have ONE VICTOR GRAPIIOPHONE and 35 records that is in excellent
condition as good as naw for 2500 a w
These instruments I guarantee to be just as represented and good value
EASY TERMS
o MCLAUGHLIN
New Phone 1101 Q 311 Broadway C 5 Old Phone 573R
t >
ILLINOIS CROPS
CONDITION AS SHOWN IIY AGIU I
CULTUIUL IU LOfT
j
All Canals Doing AVell In Jnilrlo i
gate nt f5A soof tlto I
y Icnr
oa
SprtpgfleJd Ill JjHly 8Owtol
to tho cooi weather tit April and t
Mar tie torJIUon of the ont crop i
of Illinois June 20 on which date
lepers were undo to the etat
> osrd of agrlctrlture by the crop cor
respondents of the state WM far be
low a tesMonable average being but
i 2 per cnt of normal Winter i
white seas reix > rted In CO counties
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I
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The Worlds I
Standard
De I aval Cream
Separator
I
Over 1200000 In use
There cover was a better
time to make this most
necessary and profitable or
all dairy Investments with
ono cow or one hundred
than NOW Why purchase
L IMITATIONS when you
can get the HEAL THING
All other Separators are
but Imitations of the Do
Laval Vfo guarantee the
Do Laval Separator to do
bettor work skim closer
to be easier run as well as
cleaner than any other
Separator on the market
A Do Laval may be
bought on such terms as
to pay for Itself Why
not try ono now for your
own satisfaction Call on
or address
SIAI Fowler Supply Co
CoC
C Agents
w Wo have machines In stock
and ran demonstrate them
to you s 4 lJiiIjJ
a
j
j t t ri
c
las suffering from Hessian fly The
bulletin teemed today by tho state
board of agriculture says
Corn No change In the area
devoted to earn is repotted limo
area being 10t per cent 1ltI com
pared with list year or 7 98Ie3
awes The condition of earn d ta to
ported as 82 per cont of normal
tug 30 Vttr writ 1n Xorthem
IIUuolB and 82 per cent 111 tile con
tJ11 1 and southern dhislons of time
vial The oool weather of April and
May greatly retarded the growth of
corn Bnt the warm weather for two
weeks pravtouF to Juno 20 Iwe held
a nmricod offset upon Its growth
16 oarKost at > pcaran o of corn
CTOpa4lore ground wile Manto 20 wMch
date wsg reported froze Jaekson
twnty but roost of its appeared
hiring Mar In Northern and Ontral I
HUsote and in April In the southern
tfhrtrloB of the state The quality
of seed Je bat 85 per cent of an
average lH inj 71 per eent In North i
ern Illlnoto M per eent IB central
land 01 I la the southern dhlaton ofI I
the state Some reptentlng due to
poor seed fe reprted from Northern I
Illinois Oat wire and grub worms
and root Lice have Injured corn In
many counties I
Winter 1M8lWlnter wheat In
Northern I W note U reported as 92
per cent In Centra Ittinole 79 pr
per cent in Central IHInol 79 pr
tent a state verag of 84 per cenr
jHelan fly Is reported from Hen
derson Knox Adam Drown < dl I
houn Christian Clerk Douglas K <
ear Pulton Greene Loxan Ma
< upln McDonouah aiensrd Mont
PlkI
PikeSangamon
Sangamon Schuyler Seott Shelby
Crawford
ford Efflnfdmm Payette Franklin
Jackfion GallaOn Jsper Lawrence
Madison
Marion Monroe Perry
Pope nandolph Rlehhiad Saline
St Clair Ualon Wabash WasbldB
ton Wayne White and WIHsmson
counties Chinch bugs are reported
reportedfrem
from Bond Jefferson Marion
Perry Randolph and Washington
counties Joint worm in wheat
tare reported from Lawrence county
Spring Wheat There is a slight
Increase In tho area of this crop in
Northern Illinois where practu llv
all the spring wheat to raised an1
the June 20 condition lw reports
as 93 per cent of normal
Oats Oatt nro excellent being
9G per cent of a reasonable nverane
ind an Increase of 3 points over the
May 1 condition In Northern Ili
nols the condition la 92 per rent
In Centra 95 and In southern Illinois
100 1 per cent Rust Is reported from
Henderton MeDonough and Platt
counties Smut reported In Cole
Moultrio and Platt counties Menard
Ountyreport4J oat lone and Mv
McLean I
firing Creonbugg were reported
from Clinton and Sangamon
noun
COIInIUfS
badly in Northern Illlnote
IbadlY > Ilya to reported as 93 per
cent of a Maeonable average 1n
Northern Illinois 96 per cent tn
Injeenrul
southern division of the state a
stale average of 93 per cent
M I < a < low There h a docreaw of
i per t qll in the arcs of menUotv
as compared with 1909 The con
lion ia 8i > pIt cent of normal ju
w rWtr7lix
Northern and Central WIlDola fcnd
72 per cent in Southern HHnot a
state average of 81 per cent
Pafttarec Ther to a ttefieletior
or S per rent in UM area of pastures
as Compared with last ywr and
their condition h 1 ss per tout of
ftorraal la oy coantfoc rt ort Ifro
neat of rain
I AUalla lAJIdlfa la JitcortiwJ
kern 4S eottndu Ill the elate and
to 91 per cent oC a smsooobl aror
MT being 34 per rest In nortbera
9S per cent In central and 9S per l
cent In Ito southern dfrriston ot the
itateIrteb
Irteb PotoUow TKV to list a
slight decnawe In the area daveud
to Irtob ix > taioe thin year aM the
ondlUon te n per CIIIIt ef a se
side avert
Fruit There va be fit a 1U
yfeht of fruit In Htlfloto this ymr
the frosts of the latter part of April
being tonible for this condltkm
9traw4errlee made a air yield and
WIIUe favorable weather condltkitw
tackerriit promlee well A llcsit
qaid of appVb to reported from tile
southern dlvlskm of the Mate urer
i lacabout onefourth of a eMpI I
here are practice ly no elM1rr1w
pears Urn or peaches reported
and but few grapes
AFTERSUFFERIN6
SUFFERING ONE YEAR
Cured by Lydia E Pink
hams V getabJc Compound
Milwaukee Wig Lydia E Pink
hams VeRctnblo Compound has mado
u un
1116 U wall aamnu
and I would llko to
tell thewholeworld
of It I suffered
romfemalc trouble
fromfemalotroubloand
and fearful pains in
my back I hall tho
best doctors and J
they all decided
therall
that I bad a tumor
In addition to my
female trouble and
advised an opera
ton Lydia E
1lnkl ems Vvgatablo Compound madoi
me a well woman and I hare no more i
backache I hope I can help others byc
tailing thorn what Lydia E Plnkhams
Vegetable Compound has dono for 11
mebias EiuiAlMSE 833PirstSt
Milwaukee Wis I I I
The aboVQ is only ono of the thou
sands of grateful letters which aro
constantly boing received by tho
Plnkham Medicine Company of Lynn
3lasewldch prove beyond a doubt that
Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Com l
pound mado from roots and herbs t
actually does euro these obstinate dis J
eases of women after all other means
have failed and that every such suf 11
ering woman owes it to herself to Ilte
leastvo Lydia EIlnkhams Yeeta II
isle Compound a trial before submit In
ting to an operation or giving up
uphope
recovery 1
3lit Ilnlchiun of Lynn Moss
Invites all 8lclc Avomon to write
her for advice Silo bas guided 4
thousands to health anti her 1
lu1vlce Lt treQ C
esa w r
o =
BAR ASSOCIATION
WILl 1IAV13 ITS ANNUAL MtK
ISU AT M1IHHKS11O110
A Program of tirrat Excellence li
Announced niul n Very Large
Attoiiilunrv Is ICxpcclud
The ninth annual nicotine of the
Kentucky I Oar association will be
hold In Mlddleeboro Tuesday Wai
noiday and Thursday July 12 13
and 14 Special rates have been
secured on all railroads for mem
bers of tho association and their
famlllcfl and qulto a large number
are expected to attend Tho sewlo
will bo concluded l with n banquet at
tho Mlddlosboro hotel on Thursday
night Judge Samuel W Wilson of
Lexington and Judge W 51 Heck
nor of Winchester are on the pro
gram Following Is tho program for the
three days session
TIII tiny July IU
Morning SeMlon Meeting rolled <
to order at 11 a m
Address of Welcome Judge W
T Davis 1lnevllle
noiponso Mr J A Van Norman
rice praeidont Louisville
Presidents AddreuMr Charles
W Metoalf Pinevllle
Report of Membership Committee
Mr James M I Gilbert Uaroour
vlllo chairman
Report of Secretary Mr H A
McDowell Louisville
Address Soma Trent Lawyers of
Kentucky Mr W A Berry of
Pad ueah
PaduenhReport
Report of Kxecutlro Committee
Mr R D Rouse Covtngtau fpr the
committeeAdjournment
Adjournment
AdjournmentBight
Bight Oclock P 31Jaformal
dance and reception at the Mlddlw
boro hotel by the people of Middles
boro
Wedneilny July Iii
Called to order at 910 oelocl
a m
Report of Committee on Necrology
Mr J C Wersham Henderson
chairman Report of tho Treasurer Mr
John K Todd Shelbyvlll all dIU Ii
commltteos report
Report of Committee on Taxation I
tre II Maekoy Cortngten
chairman
Address The Cause of Popular
Dissatisfaction With the Admlnlf
tratlon of Justice In Criminal CAM
and Rem dle Thorofor Judge II
C Faulkner Wllllanuburg
Report pf investigating Commit
teeMr W W Davies Lou > vlll < i
chairman Reporter Tjjal Committee Jli
John c Btrothcr Louisville chair
man
Address Tho Treatment of Crlm
InalaMa BW Drown Frankfort
Appointment of Committee on
Nomination of OlQears
Adjournment
Special train for pleasure trip 2
p m T
Called to order at 8 oeloek p m
MlddlMbero opera bouse by the
W8I1t
preeWentAnnual
Annual address Our Outlying
PoflMwians Hon Reuben D Slllt
man of Sew York
Tliun > < lny July M
Called to order at 910 a in
Report of ComlNlttM on Legal
Preservation of Records Hon J II
llBMlrlRg Frankfort chairman
tAddresg Court tJI1Ir Saul
isl Jt Wilson Lexington
Report of Law Reform Commit
tlleHon W V Baton Padueah
chairman Report of Committee on expert
Iestlraony Mr B J McDermott
xiulsvlllo clialrinnn
Address Jury Syttoln and the
fury IanelJudge iI Ilonton
Vlnrliostei
VlnrliosteiIleiHjrt of nominating committee
Election of om18 and executive
IommllteeI I
Miscellaneous lUB4no 6
Special train for pleoiurd trip at
oclock 11 m
nanauQUat GaO p m Middles
boro hotel r
W 0 W MEETING
OinSVlMl IMXS Foil MOX
STHlu ll OKIjUDKiXTION
Large DulcKiitlvn fOjni Four Staten
and Ituconl Cross of CIII
dhluluI
Lou it vlllo Jnlr 8Wtdoprrad
iterest bras bean arouiod In the
onvenUon of Woodnion of the
World whteli will be held In tho
armory durip Ole weak of October I
23 I
23The largest claas In tho history of
fraternal organizations will be in
lated Into the mjstorlos of Porfoct
td I Woodcraft and the camp In
ho Indiana Kentuokr and Ten I
propara1ti0ni i
lIonl for the ovum 1 T Woodron
Jr chairman of the recoption com 1
iittee Htatml that 31 trains have
already boon < planned for and that
he beHlevee hero wttl bo at least 7G
i all I
Among the prominent men who
wm attend tho convention are Oov
1111 > on Oonro mum Morris Shep
ord MaJorQeneral John T Vate
1nd lien Joseph Cullett Root
muUej 9t tlo Woodman order I I
LIPI
I j9
SECTION HANDS
UKCKIVH ATTKXTION FROM ILLI
wit CUXTUAL
Supl Ugma G0 to Chicago to Iny
thu Multir mire Jllghtr
i OllicliUst
IxmUrvlUo Jc July > SIt Is I un
dcratood that UM IHtaote Catra
nHfWMl ii I l to eODIIdw time
alleged srtovN 0a of te IOOG > Me
Ilea hands on the IXMtevtttoFuHon
tlvi kw who have been on strlko
Ie ml l dq Sept Hpa wH wo
to Oklcace It la eetd re seballt the
matter for oAikl ttteM >
KlliiKcr Succeed l McCtilic
Louisville Ky JU y S AIMKHWCV
Mw ItNHote
meet WM made today by
Causal railroad that Chrtotophtr
barer for JS years Ia l the employ
of that road would wcoewd T H
McCmli a as commercM spent at heel
vllle Mr McCabe dM reoa itt1y
GOLD PIPE
PltHSIlVTIlO TO KltTIKINR PitHS
1IIHNT CKORCH UAItlOWII
Central Ijilxr Union InslnlN Now
Olltcure fur Hntulng Turin
Officers were Instaltod hw night
by the Osatrt Ubor V 4on at the
Octnri lAtwr Ian with epplOtlrlal i
eserclsw JJess Vance the 161 t
deal aM I7ry Young tM guide
ware wnoM to be prcMM and wti
1M taNNed into oMc at the next
taeetiag 1 The eliler > were lutaUcod
by Oeori s hallow the rellrtsg pre
tent In recognition of the valu
able teN rendered b y Mr Hal 1
lows durlDff his tent of six month
M was presented with a cold snousJ
11 ler4r pipe
FINE LECTURE
HMAM < nUT APIltHCIATIVIl AU
DIIINOH PUIiSlkVn
Hr Stolnkiillirr of lcl hIl at the
Aoinriiitt Club Lnit Night
at srasH Matt 14Ii Sdaltw aadleace
ksni Dr Stotok sm of Lw wtc
pjirway teeisn w 11Of IAI I
lag aid tto I UtTscM lull lilt at 1M
W0M etab 1JeI1dItC TN eddies
WM Ulsd with table coMsnHac Ole
ere at good tbs body i etvd from
die per uses of UM rwptrmtory or
gar r 1
eat duhnrnn
ijuiKfonl + to Mett Jiick Jobn nti
New York July SJoe Voodtnan
IUMJIKW of Sam Lanfford telegraph
ed here today that he had accepted
the offer of Jack Johnson to tat
Uncford for a 20010 > sWo bet and
arks that Jobwson port his forfeit for
tie n 4ch WI his arrival been on
Monday Woodmaa w4m that He wM
Kgrarh a dpo lt to Mad UM
fords ad as soon as he k John
eons Mioney i to no
From the Hwrdwmx iltoUset of
France 10600009 portals of wal
Duta were exported during thus fall
I season of 1900
33pgie34
alIl v t vsi i HUM M t
jof oP J viedIrrmraI 1
ere r
fiat iivi poof tny tumuiM
rat tt 300 UlfMtlS
fnrrgpaenqrr1rq3I or
inn Pond 111uuuus
111I I
sins y e 3141 ldmu pi sea aJ
prv glli Wtuil0 >
SJflfl 039 Sill > I
AJilf10DSICF
I
For Sale Irt n w Walker Co
NORTHERN 7 MICHIGAN LINE 7t
I R The Elegant Steel Steamships
ManItouMlssourIIIInols
l
SteamshipsIIManltouIMlssourllllllnOls 1 l
I USi11 l V d Mtfr I tanoM huoimiT IU ri of
d1norndnr1unt nkrra1IChRaonnnguhI1kmfortakr bela0tltru
1111 hn rt rout I
13 Hnntrr I II tM urMmoaing
I llalugtltMLnblt
INulIIki Lf
Y mkiort 141 k DI 41 1 I 1
J albU Rnull Sir Mini
I Trrnn l k 1 Bt rtMBuklpi n > rnfMtrn lb flnwit tml ml i > iiu nl 1 II lhf > Onxl L kw
J BIi eraa4tM4to uieprtahbebthart IU irn
1 21 offer tk trIe l fn P a ntwiilnwt 0 t aJda to tfco ikiiibu or a u f
I MUM OB th < ii ur Vor IKIn k of tixri xUtn
i lC COSUY c r A Olfkn uJ Dotlt Hut EJ Rnt luut Billii CHICAGO
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r MILK INSPECTORS REPORT
I
To the Honorable Mayor and len
eral Council of the City of Pa
ducah Ky
Gentlemen I submit herewith
my report of milk tests for the
month of May It 10
11111Flats
Pats Solid Water
Allen W P18 1440 8100
nroyiM K 132 1440 8100
Uauter lire 11 1100 8740
tllaek C M18 1440 8110
Crteklt 40 1690 SBOO
Column T II 31 1100 8740
Clark W A41 1406 8440
Clark U I 04 laSO 8CSO
Cooper P I ii10 1SM 8100
Cooper J IL34 1110 8080
Cress U 1149 II 60 86ee
Clovwda 1rya8 1440 S500
Cousin Will 40 1100 8100
Davis Urea 31 1440 111 0
Dexter Dairy 11 110 8Oi
BtlBewooO rlalry44 1610 83 xu
Graves 0 WIO 1100 SIIO < >
Graves W H38 1440 86GO
Golden Rule ly40 110 86 on
LAmont C IC10 1 lA ftl 1r1I0 >
Moore JM 113 6 11 Nl1 811 in
Mapl wo d Dairy 40 100 8600
Potter J 138 H 40 8660
IIott
RettlUnd Dairy10 irou 8Rno
Imally D U 40 1 DO 8Rno
Taekw M M40 ir 00 86 oa
Tyler Dairy 40 ir 1 s on 86 n
AH of which Is I rinurit fully sub
inlllwl I
inlllwlnoirr
noirr v 1 FIHIIKII M n U
Meet awl Milk Instoilor I
Un It enlat to repstiog lr
goadp has history beaten lit n
frnssla
TIN AND SHEET IRON VORt ERS
Tin Slate Paper and Tin Shingle RooRng Guttering and Spout
lag a specialty Out of town work especially solicited All
work guaranteed
GuaranteedIOFFN
MOPPMAN Sr HANNIN
201 Kentucky Avenue Ilioiut New lOOSj Old UIA 1 I
WH AIM TO riXAlB
turn KI well with our Ilisry ssrrtMi
that you will employ It again sjil
ften One of the ways we take Is U
make our charges so reasonable Us
you wlll not deprive yourself of the
yleasare of a drive on account of Us
expense Suppose you take sis to
day U the weather vsnaitx
Irsa TULLT LIYX 0th
Iaerx rat BT
< ia A XT ATS JJotta 1hsaes an
1
E H Dont Starve Your Hair to Death
Many a Head of Hair Apparently Hcallhy hj I
r Slowly Starving to Death >
I Unit must have sulphur or rile
When the blood lade to supply sulphur In sulllclfint quanti > J
ties the hair loses liv color then and falls out
IWhen I this condition bruiis do not delay In order to live I
hair must have sulphur tl the only combination ontlllnllll 1
sulphur that tho roots ol the hair will absorb is
l
It will slop falling haIrwIll restore hair
to Us natural color wIll remove dondruf In
three days It Is the finest hair dressing
made because It makes the hair salt glossy I I
and beautiful and Is not sticky or greasy
PRICE 50c AND 5100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS
II your drucslit does not keep It send COc In stamps and we will send
you a large twill expte s prepaid
Chemical Company 74 SLYA01 TrrT
lWyeth l NEw lTrrT
FOR BALK AND RKCOMMRNDKU I1V W J OIMUJUT
I I
L I n
BOXING BOXING BOXING
All Kinds of Boxing for All Kinds
of Purposes at All Kinds of Prices
LangstaffOrm MfgCo
Incorporated
Before doing your spring repairing let us show yoi what we havo to offer and
we can save you money
We are in better position to attend to the wants of our customers than ever 1114
fore and in trading with us you have the largest stock in Western Kentucky trolls
which to satisfy your needs Come and see us or call either phone No 28
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