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GET IT AT GILBERTS
Dr Ollbert Osteopath 642
Droadway Phones 196
Rubber stamps seals brass
stencils etc nt Tbo Sun ofllco
Free city and farm real estate
price list Whlttcmorc Frntnrnlty
t building Phones 836
Sign writing 0 R Sexton
Phones 401
1Ihonel greatest variety of type
writer papers from onion akin to
t t 1 heavy ledgers and In sites from half
Utter to legal nt The Sun office
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Telephone Tho Sun office for
samples ancTjirlces of all kinds at
typewriter papers
Linen markers for sale at this
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office
oifcoDalton
Dalton ftjre Works have moved
to 111 Soulb Fifth street t t
Evergreen nrunq ° Plant Food
cum licit plant makes all plants
grow Brunson0 C29 Broadway
Nine years without sleeping
Buchsnana restaurant SI 9 Ken
lucky avenue Always at your
p 4 service Dalton Dye Works t > svt > moved
tunlce South Ffth street I
Dr Harry P Linn bill opened I
an office for tho practice of medicine
r sad surgery atnr i4 Broadway
I Phone K70
p r 14 = Have Solomon the tailor make
a suit for you at 15 and up Fit and
workminihlp guaranteed 111 aJldj
nay Under Now Richmond Home
The trial of F S BaWree
charged with falw swearing wot con t
f tlnuod until next Saturday In ° the I
rourt of Msgltfrato J J Welch
Baldree U l Ic alleged whipped BleichI I
Stlts with a weapon and Then swore
that he uwd Only his flats
Tho ladles Union tabcl league
will meet tomormr afternoon at
230 ocoek at the Central Labor
IaborI I
hall All member are requested to
be present
Mr Cade Davis Is suffering with
a sprained ankle and la compelled to
walk with crutches While at tho
< Are Saturday night ho stumbled over
lumbers
s 4tTime v Sunday school of tho Tenth
Street Christian church will hold Its
b 4 regular conference tonight nt 1111 i
oclock At tho homo of Miss Ruby
r S Kulver 912 Tennessee street
Tho Mena Bible class of tho
Tenth Street Christian church will
give a moonlight excursion on the
steamer Dick Fowler tomorrow
night Tho trip will bo to Joppa
111 leaving hero about 8 oclock
nnd returning at It oclock
Patrolmen havo received orders
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fEverybody knows the vlr
ofI I
peroxide cream In neutraliz
ing tho results or exposure to
tho summer sun
Our cream Is prepared
from our own formula from
1 it tho purest of Ingredients and
7 Is very effective In cases of
sunburn freckles pimples
tLand other skin blemishes be
I t f tL sides being a delightful sum
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mer toilet accessory
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moneyI
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always25o
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I Buys a Generous Jar
4f f GILBERTS
6ILBERTSt
t t f Drugstore
Fourth and Hromhvny
Iaft
GET IT Al GILBERTS
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too keep Fourth street between Ken
tucky avenue aud Jefferson street
clear of standing vehicles
Mr dad Airs John Lewis of
Farley street are tho proud parents
of a fine baby girl born Saturday
morning
Mm O A Eddleman who Is ill I
at bar horn in Bhnrpo is Improving
slowly Patrolman Lycurgus Rice city
stock policeman Is back on duty
again after a several weeks Illness
pam Stubblcflcld colored was
arrested this morning by Constable
A C Shelton on the charge of flour
ishing a pistol Ho will bo tried In l I
tho court of Magistrate John J 1
Blclch but the date for tho trial has
not been set
j News has been received hero
that Mr and Mrs IWwnrd Green of
ofkal f
A fine son Mr and Mrs Green for
merly molded In Paducah
Mrs George Jacobs of 1000
South Fifth street It I quite 111
r HEWS OF COURTS
voJV
In Police court
IIII I p acellIIo Hlte
Judgment for J5 impended on con
dttton0h JG mUi city Stella Col
tier flned tS IM Bnrham fined > 10
10Ion no
on motion of prosecuting attorney
Tom Roatwrlgbt Inod 20 on mo
tion of prosecuting attorney J T
Goodall continued until July 27
Ada 3oodnl continued until July
27
I Branch of ordinance Alex
ordlhAnctAlexIW
Willie Itowotl C A Mitchell and
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Ocar Dommlck dismissed Fritz
Lcdleker continued to Thursday and
attachment Imied for him Will
Taylor continued to July 2S J C
BUeknnll continued to July 28
PaHlng counterfeit moneyA N
AVIMIeKelney I
McKelnoy continued to July 27
HouixsbrealclnK George Groves
continued to July 27
In Bankruptcy
The nut meeting of creditors was
u
held Saturday In the bankrupt case
of Elizabeth Marion Attorney F N
Burns was elected trustee
I
II I I IXrdft Filed l
Daisy and Green Bennett of Chi
ago St Louis Csrtv Orleans rail
road property on the Cairo district
33 CO
In Itankniptcy
n B Willow purchased tho stock
of F E CartwrlRht located at 119
Broadway this morning for 650
Ttio stock was sold by Attorney
Arthur Y Martin trustee In tho
bankruptcy case The sale of stock
Of tho rnloon at 1041 will bo held
this afternoon Sale of real estate
belonging to Carlwrlght wilt bo held
August 1C
I
Revolution
God In Ills wisdom has taken I
from our beloved order Sovereign I
Lillian Coacher which brings wIdespread
os
spread grief to her many friends as
well as to tho bereaved family
Resolved That God may give tho
bereaved husband mother slsterand I
child grace to bear the burden which I
Ho has brought upon them and that l
they may think and realize that their
loss has been her eternal gain
Resolved That wo the oaic ° r s
and members of Manchester Grove
extend to the grief strlckon family
their deepest sympathy and condo
lenco Bcr It further
Resolved That a copy of these
resolutions bo sojt to tho family
and published In the dally papers
and the tidings also spread qn tho
minutes of our Grove
JA MURRAY
MARY HOUSER
LYDIA MYRICK
MYRICKCommittee
Committee
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HORRIBLE MURDER
Rldgway Va July 25lar A
D Bousman while lying In a ham
mock at Ida homo today was assas
sinated by an unidentified person
who hurled a dynamlto bomb direct
ly Into tho hammock It exploding
with great force horribly mutilating
the body The cause of the crlmo is 1
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IN SOCIAL CIRCLES
Married at Anchorage
Miss Ronnie Vcrllno and Mr Roy
Bond wero married Saturday after
noon at 3 oclock at Anchorage Ky
tho Rev Henry Sweets performing
tho ceremony Miss Verllno Is a
beautiful and attractive young lady
and has been attending tho Presby
terian college at Anchorage Mr
blond is a prominent young druggist
of this city owning a drug store at
Ninth and Tennessee streets Miss
Suslo Foreman acted as maid of
honor and Mr Sidney Davis both
of Anchorage was the best man
Tho news como as a delightful sur
prise to Mr Roods friends The
couple arrived hero Sunday morning
and will make their homo at 1341
South Ninth street
Sunday Wedding
Sunday afternoon at 430 oclock
at the homo of Mr and Mrs J D
Lassltcr Mr 11 L Chlldrcsa and
Miss Clementina Halcomb were
united In marriage by tho Rev J R
Clark In the presence of many
friends The brldo Is ono of the
most popular and accomplished
young ladles of Mayflcld Tho groom
Is a popular and promising young
business man of Cairo They left
on tbo evening train for Cairo
whcro thoy will make their future
home They havo many friends
here whcro they havo often visited
1ays I
suedY
Mrs A L Robertson was celebrated
yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock at
their home corner Tenth and Clark
streets It WAS a most enjoyable
and Interesting gathering of their
thcmr
with many beautiful presents Many
old southern songs wcro sung and
tho novoO T Sullivan made two
Interesting addresses on Beauties
aI
Congenial Life Delicious refresh
ments were served during the after
noon Mr and Mrs Robertson were
married In North Carolina July 24
1860 nnd moved to Paducah soon
soonf
Robertsonf
Is 89 years of age while Mr Rob
ertson Is 76 yet both bid fair tb
see several more birthdays
German Club Dunce At lark Wed
nesday
The German club will givo a dance
at the Wallace vark pavilion Wed
nesday night Tho list will be at
Roy l Culloy Cos tomorrow at
noon I
Card Party I
Miss Olga List Is entertaining this
afternoon Yflth a carp partyat her
home on North Eighth street in
honor of Miss Cola Jones of Kut
tawa the houseguest of Miss Co
rlnno Wlnstcad
I
Miss Jane Stevenson will return
this evening from Owcnsboro where
she has been at a houseparty given
by Miss Martino McCulloch
Attorney J G Miller left this
morning for Prncoton on business
Mr and Mrs David Flournoy of
St Louis passed through tho city to
day en route 1o Dawion Springs
Miss Irene Furnish who has been
the guest of her sister Mrs J J
Berry left this morning for her
home at Unlontown
Mr Jesse Loeb left this morning
tor Dawson Sprlngo
Mica Mary Belle Lyons left this
morning for her home at Eddyvllle
after being tho guest of Mrs Roy
McKJnney for a few das
Mr II C Rhodes lett thla morning
for IoulvlIle on buslnefy
Mr Tllford Edward and family
have gone to Memphis oa a visit to
friendsMr
Mr Charles Clayton of St Louis
was the gueAt of his brother Fire
man Frank Clayton yesterday
Mr and Mrs Elmer Jew of St
Louis are visiting Mr and Mrs T J
Bockenbach of South Fourth street
Minns Jcnetto and Lillian Russell
left last night to visit relatives In
Memphis
MemphisMiss
Miss Bessie Womblo left this morn
Ing for a weeks visit In Memphis
Miss Grace Stewart returned to
day from Mayflcld after a short visit
to Miss Addlo Morrow
Mr and Mrs Arthur Jones 717
South Eleventh street have re
turned from a visit to relatives at
BIloxl Miss
Miss Eloise Loll of Elizabeth
town Is the guest of her undo and
aunt Mr Hoed Mrs J p Lott 1108
Jefferson street
Mrs R J Stockman and son
Raymond of McComb Miss and
Mr and Mrs Harry Pike of Mom
phil have returned to their home
after a visit to Mr and Mrs R A
Pike 403 South Eleventh street
Miss Suslo Bauer and Ittle Mira
Thelma Scott of 1300 North Third
street how gone to Paris Tenn for
a weeks visit to friends and rola
lives
Mrs Louis Parrel and baby Toots
havo returned after n months visit
to relatives In Ohio
MM i iMaymo Engel of Claeraon
Ark who has been tho guest of Mra
Dorothy Buck 911 Tennessee
street has gone to Memphis to at
tend school
Tho Rev J B Riley left this
morning for Murray whero ho will
assist In a revival being led by the
Rev N S Castloberry
Miss Gertrude hang loft last night
for Rono Nov on a visit to her
sister
Mr and Mrs A Doup nnd chil
droll returned yesterday fromFrcnch
Lick Springs Ind where they re
mained tor several weeks
weeksol to Daatel
Boone this morning after unending I
apcndlngSunda
Mrs Thomas J Flynn of Clay
street Is visiting friends in Mallard
I03lr I county Paul Province loft this morn
ing for Murray on business
C J Singleton chairman of tho
Brotherhood Qf Locomotive Engi
neers was In tho city today on busi
ness I
J L Wooldrldfie general foreman
at Princeton returned to Princeton
this morning J1rlncetonI I I
George Puckett general foreman
of Louisville was in tho city yes
terday
terdayF
P A Mllljkcn of tho car depart
ment has returned from Chicago
John Houscr a boilermaker at
Cnrbondalo was In the city today on
business
Dr G C MoKlnncy house sur
goon at the railroad hospital has re
turned from St Louis where Jie
spent a week
Mrs Emma Cooper and five chil
dren are visiting Mr and Mrs John
J Blclch and Mr and Mrs Charles
Voight
Miss Alma Kopf returned last
night from Chicago Racine WIs
and Holland Ditch
T B McGregor assistant attorney
general passed through the city yes
terday en route from Frankfort to
BcntonMessrs tal
Messrs Alger Hughes and Thomas
Hill of St Louis were guests of
Messrs Clayton and Hughes Hope
wen yesterday
Miss Mary Gcagan returned this
morning from Chicago after a visit
to relatives
relativesState
State Senator Conn Linn returned
to his homo at Murray this morn I
Ing
Tho Rev and Mrs J R Clark and
child left this morning for Henry
county Tenn ona visit to rela
tives I
Mr Ed Ovey loft this morning for
Princeton and Dawson Springs on
business
i
Mrs Frank Fcrrlman will return i
this evening frpm Lawrence Kns
Kasj1after
Kasi
after a visit to friends I
Mr F W Kotterjohn left last I
night for Chicago on business I
Mrs D L VanCulln has returned
home after a visit to her mother In
IMr I I
Mrs JJ Yogtor Kansas City1
are visiting Mr and Mrs E W WhitI I
tornore of North Sixth street I
dire P I Ea Mowers and Mln
Fannie Kcjr returned 1 to their home
homeIn
Mr and jlr John U Robinson ati
atlH47
Miss Fiance Gllnon arrived today
from Clarkedalc Mss to visit hcri
herlaunt
aunt Mrs 1 John U Robinson I
> ijr ant Mns FInljt L Brown and
ton left t < 41or little Rock Ark
where hey will rridc In the future
Mrs FeldCVaters left this
mornIng fortlrookportIlltovlslt
Miss Cora Uollgblly who has been
visiting hqre andl I i
Mr and Mrs James Baldwin and
niece Miss Willie Willis of D09
North Sixth street returned ester
day from a several peeks visit In
Parngould Ark
Mr Qonui Craig left yesterday for
Texas si
Mr James E Wllhclm has re
turned from Louisville
Miss Ella Wllhclm has gone to
Clarksvlllc Tenn to visit relatives
Attorney R L Allen of Owens
boro passed through the city yes
terday on his way to Smlthland on
legal business
Mr William McMahon has re
turned from Nashville after a visit
to relatives I
relativesMisses
Misses Jennie Belle George andI I
Lizzie Alsman are visiting friends In
Mayfield I
Mrs William Karbes Jr has gone
to Nashville and Springfield Tenn
on a several weeks visit I
Misses Nprlno and Ixjulso Harrison I I
of Ctarkivtilc Tenn who have been
popular visitors for several weeks
will return to their home tomorrow
after a vlct I to their undo and aunt
Ool J and Mrs Gus 0 Singleton
Mr H Clay Smith has returned to
his home In Hopklnsvlllo after a
visit to Dr S B Pulllam
Mr and Mrs Murray Cabell ar
rived yesterday on a visit to Mrs Al
Ho Cabell of North Fifth IItrcetI
Mrs B P Randle and eon Herbert
have gone to Fulton to visit friends
for a month
Mr E M Willis has gone to Chi I
cago on business
MlK Sue Hunt of Mayfield Is tho
guest of Mrs W J Mccoy of Jcf
tII i ae 11 k w 1 o rIIIJ
Mr Robert L I Reeves left Satur
day night for Kcnoshn WIs where
ho will spend several days with his
daughter Miss Azllco Reeves who
Is 111 but Improving slowly
Col John T Donovan has gone to
Quebec and other cities In Canada
on business and pleasure
Mrs W G Coolidge and little I
son William of Memphis left yes
terday for St Louis after a visit to
Mrs Coolrldges mother Mrs Nel
son Soule
Prof W T Harrison formerly a
teacher In the McCracken county
schools but now teaching In Louisi
ana has returned from a trip
through Canada and Chicago He
will spend some time with relatives
at Leo Oak
OakI I
FREE DANCE
Tonight
TonightFull
Full Orchestra
Wallace Park r k
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It
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SnOESIs
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tJ j HOCKS Is but another word r
tJfor this same thing You t
2 speak of ROCKS and
s 1 QUALITY comes in mind andI I
ig you havo never tried our
ig Shoes NOW is a good time t
2 WE FIT TUB FOOT It
tII g t
II 321 Broadway 4
4 41t IT4 W M lie
Mr D C Smith who formerly re
sided In Inducali arrived yesterday
morning from Fort Smith Ark and
spent Sunday as Mho guest of Mr
George Qrownc Mr Smith left to
day for SL Louis where ho will
meet Mrs Smith
Air William Wilhelm will return
today after a three weeks visit at
Madlconvillc
MadiconvilleEXTINGUISHED
EXTINGUISHED
IMSHKNOniU TIUVSFKRIUiD TO
COMU8 WITHOUT MISHAP
Crew Succcstletl l l I In KxtlngulslUng the
Flames with Vessels Own
Pump
Key West Fin July 25olre
less message received hero today
from thq big Morgan liner Momus
which experienced a rather danger
ous are In her after hold early Satur
day morning while off the Florida
coast en route from New York to
New Orleans aro to tho effect that
tho fire extinguished this afternoon
and that the vessel was beading full
speed for New Orleans
After transferring her CO pas
wagers and baggage to the steam
ship Com liS without mlthap the
momus anchored off Cape Canavarel
335 epee north of Key West and j
tho crew of 120 was at once put to
work lighting the flames Although
the Comus1 continued to stand by the
crew of tho Momui need her pumps
with tel lngl effect and It was roon
realized that tho conflagration
would not bo serious
not be serious I
Capt Hyek of the JfallbJy liner
Alamo which arrived here Today re
ported that yesterday morning the
Alamo picked up the nflfelcSit l 8 0
S of tho Momui and Immediately
offered to take off the passengers
and transfer them to Mobile With
in a few mlnujes he received a mcg
page of thanks but aJYlqIn < 5tjiat the t
Cumus was standing by and taklng
off the passengers
REOPEN I a CABfiCANlllVIi
TakliiR pf nllosttl nllfwjl Bo lie
stunted Tuesdac
+ el
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Chicago July 25 Altohiey Mur
ray Nelson representing tho rail
road company announced hero that
tho Illinois Central car rep > itr scan
dal Inquiry In which Ira 0 Rawn
was to havo been an Important wit
noss will bo reopened Tuesday Al
though Investigation of the mysteri
ous death of tho former Monon pres
ident at his summer residence In
Wcnotka last Wednesday Is being
pushed by tho police private detec
tires and representatives of Insur
ance companies there were no de
velopments today However It Is i
said that new evidence of Import
ance will bo presented at the coro
ners Inquest next Wednesday
Cool Messenger toys
Now York July 2GThere were
no cooler looking persons In tho
downtown part of the city yesterday
than the Postal Telegraph messen
ger boys Instead of being burdened
with the heavy coats that are part
of their uniforms they were togged
out In new blue shirts that tho com
pany furnished them It was the
first day that tho boys have worn
the shirts and they will continuo to
wear them all summer The boys
looked cool and said It was a great
relief to get rid of tho heavy coats
KILLED nOMUMXO TRAIN
Sharon Tonn July 25Claude
Baker ago 23 single of excellent
family reading In Greenfield Tenn
was thrown under a fast moving
movLngfreight
freight train Saturday evening while
attempting to catch fame and killed
Instantly The accident taking place
a few hundred yards north of the
station In Greenfield Mr Baker
leaves a mother three brothers and
two sisters
sisters1resident
President In a FOR
Rockland Me July 25 Wireless
messages today from tho yacht May
flower say Tafts sprained apkle
hurt playing golf at Bar Harbor Is
much Improved The yacht delayed
by fog reached Beauchamp Point
Rockland harbor at noon Progress
Is slow and sleep Impossible on ac
count of the fog horn all night The
president comes ashore tomorrow fa r
a drive around the city
cityI I
New Cluy Mines
Henry Tonn July 25Tho
Job neonPorter Clay company Is I
prospecting for a new mine near
here They now mine a large quan
tity of fine clay and give employ
ment to a largo number of people
Alicrnnthy Boys Homeward lion ml
Kansas City July 23 On the las t
las of their trip from Now York tQ
Oklahoma by auto tho Abernathy
boys loft here this morning for Okla <
home pity jr They aro not fatigued
WANT ADS
DIAMONDS on easy payments
Eye Soo Jewelry Co 315 Broadway
foil RENT Apartment Hccht
flats 611 Adams
FOR RENT Apartment In Buck
ner flats Phone 807
FOR IlENT3 room house 612
Adams Apply G01 South Sixth
FOR SALE Four mllouO I
IrOR
and hall 426 North Sixteenth
FOR SALE Gasolene boat ring
1778 Old A bargain
F01t SALEinvalid cbalr 608
South Tenth street I
FURNISHED rooms for rent 400
South Third
FOR SALE CHEAP Automobile
wind shield Now C N Baker
FORI SALE Ear corn feed and
coal Phone 339 Bradley hires
FOR JU NTOno apartment San
Soucl apartments 308 North Ninth
street See W E Cochran
UMBRELLAS Covered while you
wait EyeSee Jewelry Co 315 and
408 Broadway
FOUND Refrigerators ranges
stoves etc at Williams C01 South
Third street
FOR SALE Two medium size
Ice boxes a bargain Kamlelter the
grocer I I
FOR RENT 2story brick rest
dente 330 N 9th 7 rooms and bath
Apply E A Cave at tho Sun office
WHEN IN NEED of a cab or taxi
cab call 44 both phones Denker
cab line
FOR SALE CHEAP = Grocery and
horse and wagon Other business
Address W W care Sun
FOR HET20 acre farm half
mile from city limits on Cairo road
Mrs GIrardoy at Rudys
I FOR SALE Gasoline lighting
plant Good as new J C Wad
wadIIIngton I I j
j FOR RENT = Eight room brick I
cottage 1249 Kentucky avenue I
Apply Mrs Glrardcyi at Ienuel 1 I
STRAYED Small bay mare
White hind feet G years old Phone
735a for reward i I j
FOR RENT Three housekeeping i
rooms Modern conveniences 10
per month 513 North Sixth I I
WANTED A good girl to help In
the homo and assist In tho cooking
Apply 802 Jefferson I
FOR SALE = Four lots corner
1
Harris and Seventh streets belong
ing to estate of the late be10ng1
Roe Apply to W A Gardner I
WANTED To rent with privi
lege r vot buying 3 on + 4 room house I
within sewerage dIstrIct AddresaX
care Sun J J
WANTED To furnish your um
brella with a new corer or handle I
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
way I
FOn 5AIE26 foot gasoline
launch 10 horse power engine Will
roll cheap Can bo men back of
Rlgglcsbcrgers Mill oh South Third I
FOR RENTUnder the Rlchri I
mond House ofttco with splendid
office fixtures and one of the best fire
proof vaults In Paducah J A Rudy I I
WANTEV10 do your watch
and jewelry repairing All work I
first class W N Warren Jeweler I
403 Broadway I
YOUR LACE curtains need clean j
log You will make no mistake In j
sending them In the Star Laundry r
Phone 300 U
GOVERNMENT employes wanted r 1
Write for Paducah examination
schedule Franklin Institute Depts r
8UR Rochester N Y I t l
WE WASH lace curtains very care
fully Get them cleaner and whiter
whiterlthan
than you could at home Star Laun I
dry Phono 200
WANTEDRailway Mall ClerksI I
Paducah examination November 12 I
1800 to J1600 Preparation free I
Franklin Institute Dept 888 I
Rochester N Y
FOR SALE At once Desirable I I
West End residence lot GO foot
front on Broadway nnd GO foot
front on Kentucky Avo between 0
2Cth and 27th Sts Old phone 1441
MOTOR BOAT foi sale A blghl
class launch 22 feet long now 10
hcreo power cost 600 will sell for
250 R S Dawson at J A Rudy I
I
SonsI I
S 11 HOSTEN the tailor CleanI I
I Ing pressing dyeing and repairing
neatly done Ladles skirts and suits
a specialty 121 South Ninth Old
phone 338a
SALE RENT Modern
twostory frame residence lot lOOx
160 stable and servants house all
In perfect repair 1733 Jefferson
Mrt Elizabeth C Llfihtfoot
FOR RENTU4 South Tenth
street nine room house bath hot
and cold water Eighteen dollars
per month Telephone 102 J A
RudyWANTEDhats
WANT Dlials to clean Gents
suits pressed 40c Suits steam
cleaned or dry cleaned from 125
to U60 French Cleaning and
Pressing Co 113 South Fourth
street New phono 480
WE STARCH lace curtains Just
tho degree of stiffness that makes I
them hang nicely and dry them upon
frames that make them square and
stretch them smooth and oven Star
Laundry Phone too
WHY GO HOME In tho hot sun
for your dinner when you can go to
the Market restaurant 123 South
Second where It Is I cool and com
fortable and where you can get
what you want to eat at a price you
Iwhatyou J w r I
aeD ordt0 parfir
1 l
All tho Latest Songsry ry
nil the Newest Hag
Times
All the Big Hits
whether Songs or > Inslru
mentals
I
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HBOJ to
YOU NILL FIND AT
0 1 1t
Aa
WILSONS
BOOK STORE
313 BROADWAY
Now Dont You For
got it Wo Carry tho
Stock on Hand
i
Music for Beginners
INSTRUCTION BOOKS
Teaching Pieces Etc
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WANTEDA good washer woman
Address P F Care Sun
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms
723 Madison street I
WM lElurSO glrrat233 1
North Fourth 1
FOR MOVING 1007 New
phone W d Gipson
FOR SAIE 40 feet shelving
cheap New phone1147A
A lED Imdy local manager
Guarantees G < 2 fqr 53 days work
Addles A care Sun
B ARGAIX Orre t1ri UtallyII r
Under wood typewriter for sale Old
Oldlphano
phone 53
Skeltons baggage and delivery f
service does general hauling of all
kinds Delivers narccls tranofera
trunks to trains and boats moves
light household furniture hauls °
boxes crows snd barrels Frdlgbt j
to and from dOpoU or wharlboat
Goods delivered pfbmptly OIvo us
a call Bothphonca 2281
2281I
FREE HOMESTEADS From 40
to 1GO acres Jand da Alabama Ar
kao aB KJorMn Louisiana and MIll
flsslppU given away by United Statesa
government fo successful apUcants
Send 250 for Information and spell
batlon form Dixie Home company
iNaranJa Flo +
I
r Excursion
On IhV steamer Dipk Fowler Tuea
day evening Jttty 20 given by tho
Young Ions Bible Clara of the
Tenth Street Christian church Pro
cccds go for tho fiulldlng of a new
church Boat leaves wharf at S p
m Faro 25c 4L
A 1ecullnrAccldcnt
While Mr G R Rnlney of 17C6
Madtron street and family were en
route to the country yesterday morn
Ing 1na spring wagbn tho king
pin broke on Trimble bill 2 IfI i
mileS frorij Paducah pn tho Broadway 4
road throwing a1 1 of tho occupants
to the ground All worn bruised but
Mrs Rainey received severe injuries
Dr E B Willlngham was called andt
t
found she was suffering with a
wrenched back She was removed toy
her home In Nance Rogers ambu
lance and today was resting comfort
ably The accident occurred aboutq q +
1030 oclock
ISt Iousnn < Here
About 800 visitors from St Louis
were jn tho city yesterday having
come over on a special excursion
nib by the Illinois Central railroad
The special excursion train had ten
passenger cdache and all were filled
with passengers The train arlrvcd
about 8 oclock aud loft on the re
turn trip at 530 oclock Many
former Paducahana damn to the rlty
to spend the day with friends
Repairing the Elevator
Up and Down Smith of tho War
nor Elevator comiiii 1 > of rn D
le < at work detaching the lower cage
or death trap Pf the city hall ele
vator today The cage was ordered
taken off a few weeks ago by the
general council upon request of
pity Jailer Jatnh t ftrk who nar
r9wly escaped bdicrushe4 10 depth
one day when I boas I t acoldcntaly
callgbtt yit
Speaks at Slurrny
Captain W J Stono of the Plant t °
ers Protective association passed
through the city today en route to
Murray where ho delivered an ad
dress today at a rally of tobacco
growers
1
ILoltht Umnui I 1C Hurahtm C osmtle
rate Cill lor Iftt Mraple
Atr Mrs Louisa AuH
Be uty parlor 315 Prattrnl y nultaloj
DRIB I HOWELL
DENTIST
CoIumbU DIdg Phone 221 j 1

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