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r FARE EYa > r WI THE PADUCAH EVE ING SUN MONDAY JULY 21
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Incorporated
GREEN TAG SALE
It isnt often that you gt a chance to buy
KOXBORO Hart Schaffner Marx suits
and other merchandise of similar high quality
that saves you 50 > 40J or 30001 but this
Green Tag Sale of ours gives you such a
chance
LOT 1 Conlnins two and three piece Spring
now Suits that I soldjup y to 1000 fDfyOt d > J Q fj
LOT 2 Contains two and three piece Spring
Suits that I sold up to 1500 ij Q fj
nosy 765
r LOT 3Contains two nut tIi l i 17p < Spring
Suits Hint sold It to 2000 ft
4 now 114 1 I 5
LOT 4 Contains two and three piece Spring
Suits that I sold up l to 2250 d > 1 O O C i
1385
s flow
LOT 5 Coutninstwo and three piece Spring i
Suits that sold up to 3000 dj rj fj n
1 7 7 5
nom 01 I U
LOT G Contains two and three piece Spring
Suits that sold up to 3500 f > fY O C
7
2085
7V not what you paybut what you get
that counts for greatest economy
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DELAYED ALARMI lot I fire the
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GIVES S FIRE START
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IS KENT IN TO VOLICK STATION tl
FIRST a
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Bradley Brotherly Stable Huriis and I
Threatens Other Structures 0 r
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LOSS COVERED Ill INSOHANCK S4
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Delay In giving Jn a fire alarm s
Saturday night placed the grain ele b
vator of Bradley Brothers the Pa d
ducah brewery company and seven II l
liajidsomo residences on Ninth street b 1
In danger of being destroyed when 0
are broke out In the stable of Drnda
ley Brothers The flames enveloped
the stables before the alarm was s
een turned In and when the fire
men reached the scene the entire
vicinity was bright as day By hard
work the firemen wadpd right In
and with two lines of hose confined
the loss to the tables and saved the
surrounding buildings
The loss will be about SlOOO Jlf
a from the fire covered by Insurance
Although the teams were removed
from tho stables In the stable were
a number of fine chickens but most
1
Every Man
Invited Here
n
Monday or Tuesdayc
jl
jltl
tl
m Invltid of whether
IuvIlel1respcctlreofvrhether c
he has ever dealt with us or a
ad
r not to mm the Griffin Tnllorfl
fl
ing Company representative at
with Ills tape measure and hlgt
b
lino of sample of line fabrics a
for Mens MailetoMeasiire Suits s
un < l Overcoats for the alllroucha n
Ing full anil winter season
Delivery When Desired
c
t the OHIflii Tailoring Com II
jiahy Is a first class concern c
making Suits and OvercoolsS
from 4b to 10 First class <
luftvliy we arranged with thelllI I
l I I
VelljpI > club more than
jrJ
the average dealer a rail by 1
t you Monday or Tuesday Well i
i
try to tlo you giwil If you arc 4
l hard to fit or particular In the I
fit und tho quality of the
clothes you would 101110I I
I
j Jm A
Clothing Departmen
NOKTII THIltD BTHEET I
Half A Square From Droadwajr j
i
these escaped The cause of the
Is unknown The flames burned
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frame buildings rapidly and
made a light that was visible all
over tho clt10The glow from the
fire was seen by Captain John
Slaughter ot the No 3 fire station I
several minutes before the alarm
was given In and ho tried to locate
the fire or ascertain whether It was
bonfire Will Bradley was In the
ofllce of the grain elevator and whop
he looked out the entire stable was
mass ot flames The fire alarm
was telephoned to the police station
and several minutes were lost In
reaching the fire department When
the alarm was received hose com
pany No 3 quickly rushed to the
scene and Inld two lines of hose A
few minutes later they were rein
forced with truck company No 4
Fire Chief Wood arrived on the
sccnp and In a few minutes the
blaze was under Control and further
damage avoided A wind was blow
Ing that fanned the flames A shed I
belonging to the Paducah Brewery
adjoins the stable and this was dam
aged also The private fire fighting I
system of the brewery was put Into 1
service
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NO QUORUM
III II I
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I
DKMOCKATIC CITY AND COUNTY I
COMMITTEE IILOOKKI
nLOOiomIi Ii
Will Meet WcdneMlay Night to le
chic Manner I of Holding Soml
nations
Lack of a quorum Saturday after
noon compelled the county Demo
cratic and city committees to ad
journ until Wednesday evening when
the manner of eelectlug nominees for
coroner and vacancies la the council
aldermen and school board will lief I
decided The meeting was called
for this purpope Saturday afternoon
3 oclock but shortly after the
time It was seen that a nufflclent num
ber of the committeemen would not
attend and Chairman W F Brad
shaw Jr announced that the com
mittee will meet Wednesday evening
8 oclock In the police court room
Butler DIegel Schmidt Young
South Side Court House No 2 Bern
hard and Gott precincts are without
committeemen as the voters failed to
hold mass conventions to fill the va
cancies The list of committeemen
IB Farley Thomas Goodman South
Side Fire Station J J tally Chalk
George Augustus Glauber A H
Patten South Side Court House No
I L Carson Kirkpatrick J M 1
Cross Ynnwy J S Throgmartln
Warehouse Hay Gresham North
Side Court House John Skelton
Rogers James Steeth Savage W J
Gilbert Berry Frank Smith Plow
Factory M W Clark Henneberger
J M1 Lang Oallman D Wtiltls
Clarks River O W Rawllnmn
Hovekamp Dick Penn Florence Sta
tin A T Harper Hendron W L
Yancey Harper R D Harper Lone
Oak W A MIddleton
A Oarnott man in hla wifes ab
sence ate a lot of canary seed mis
taking It for breakfast food and ever
since be has been sleeping with his
head under Ms arm Kaneas notes
in Kansas City Star
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IMPORTANT IN
MONEY MATTERS
OKXEItAL TRXIIIJXCV OP WALL
KTHKKT SITUATION
Stock Matter Still Undergoing JUjtlil
Discipline of tho Rest
Curt
HINiiY CLKWS WEEKLY Lirrri
New York July 25 Special
The stock market Is still undergoIng
a rigid course of treatment under
the rest cure Many operators are
absent on vacations and big banking
interests continue to discourage any
special activity In speculation at this
time No encouragement to an ad
vance Is I afforded neither are prices
allowed to show any marked declines
without meeting with support The
general trend of financial affairs h
towards Improvement The local
monetary outlook has been much
clarified by recent liquidation 4jy
rising reserves by contraction Jn
loans nnd general preparations to
avert undue stringency during tlje
coming fall Gold Imports have beI
gun earlier than expected ant estl1
mates are that no less than UI
I0004W of specie will be Imported
from Europe this season Complete
reports of the national banks at the
last call show a legal reserve of
2122 per cent and a contraction of
loans of about 2000000 The tat
ter Item however Is still nearly
400000000 larger than a year
ago Eastern banks upon which the
train for moving the crops will
chiefly fall show much the stronger
position Altogether the monetary
Ituatlon Is working out Its own
cure and as money will go much
further owing to lower prices and
diminished business activity there
Is much less reason for fearing any
undue stringency during the crop
moving period
The formation ot the proposed
urrency associations will be beive
Iclal Inasmuch as they would tpo
tide dgalnot any Injurious trIa erw
In thf money market Secretary
tacVcagh appears to have over
tame some of the objections overI
scheme and It Is to be hoped the
blinks will take advantage of his
iSgfeestlons which are not put forI I
vard asPo cure for our financial
evils but as a palliative until a more
dentine system can be adopted The
> oltlcal situation Is alto much less
threatenIng With the adjournment
or various legislatures the attacks
upon railroads and othw corpora
tlons have ceased The fact that
inch attacks tend to aggravate any
depression In business alto aids In
Heir discouragement Public off
data are beginning to learn than I
those political raids upon capital can
lie carried to a degree that Is harmI
harmIill
BS It discourages enterprise checks
development and tends to throw
labor out of employment President
Taft has been doing his best to
soothe Irritated nerves and are
business Interests that while there
would be no cessation In the tbereI I
Ing of reforms such movements
would be conducted with as little
Irritation and Interference to busl
as
possible Apprehensions
ness as i
to Ihe abuse of power by the Inter
state commerce commission ore
gradually dwindling away and as
railroad men recover from the panic
which beset them when the bill was
passed they view the new bill with
lees and less apprehension Some
are already cooperating cordially to
wards Its enforcement Nevertheless
the railroad Issues are not liy any
means fettled Aa for the tariff
still too far distant a
issue that Is
question to have any effect upon the
market at present It Is nearly
three months before the fall con
rewlonal campaign will begin and
during that time the politicians may
find It to the Interest of their consti
tuents to show more consideration
for business affairs
olfalrauuslnesIt
Business
General business 18 very quiet
more so than usual at this lesson
Curtailment Is etlll necessary In
many Industries and commodity
prices continue on f the decline In
consequence buyers hesitate their
takings being of a general handto
mouth character Doubtless when
they discover that rock bottom has
been reached a rush of orders will
follow since there la nothing un
round In conditions The crop
hough needing rain In some sec
Ions are progressing satisfactorily
and there Is every Indication that
farmers both West and South will
this tear raise products quite equal
In value to those of last year and
this In spite of the damage to spring
wheat the Importance of which has
been vastly overestimated What
Is a loss of 100000000 the
estimated damage to spring wheat
umpired with the total value of
farm products whkh amounted to
8700000000 In 1909 The Iron
trade Is quiet and not running up to
full capacity Indications being that
recent lower prices will bring out
waiting orders and Impart a larger
degree of activity later on Improve
ment Is already developing In the
cotton goods Industry the necessities
of f consumers compelling buyers to
take hold with more freedom The
copper lnduatry Is still In very un
satisfactory condition owing to con
tinUed overproduction but appar
ently well founded rumors of agree
ment to curtail between the big
producers this week have Imparted a
0
II
I decidedly better tone In I this Import
ant Industry ImporlI
Jjlwks t
Liquidation
in railroad stocks has
been radical
Six months decline
declinebas
bas broughl
no Important failures 1 1
land produced no
signs of real
un
uneasiness
easiness Foreign opinion Is lUll
lUllcritical
critical or American seourltles and
American
management Ct
yet the fact
i fartrthnln made no
110better
better lnveetments
outsldo
I of its own
OWIIdomain
domain than In tbo United States
StatlsOur
LOur credit
abroad Is Rood
whenijjfi
too
ijjfi turn xw frr
UOIIUlnsaln
nirl I
nsaln bo
found a
ready purchaser of
ofbur
bur absorbednot
not less than 1 0000 Ht during
the first
six months of tho current
currentnr
present Is not a time for
fordespair
palr In Wall street Readjust
IJmonlhs HoodJutmellt
I condjtJOIl1l months
tions
baeIn
In many Instances been falrl
discounted
counted Our financial leaders are
I arewisely
to
encourage
any
stock market boom at this time with
a period of possible financial strin
gency before them The probablll
lies however5
Are that high grade
gradesecurttfe9
bottom
atn tom Man
Inroators level
vostors aiiuVcurrcnt dividends pat
more present earring charges As
for dividend prospects t there Is no
reason for anticipating shrinkage
unless It bo In the Industrials which
have declined less than railroad
railroadshares
shares and will have to tate the
National brunt
tional Lead being an unpleasant ex
ample It is true railroad expenses
tXptJnSHh3VO
have Increated enormously during
the past half year sometimes offset
offsetting
in earnings but a
Considerable portion of these out
lays were for Improvements and ex
tensions which when completed will
w111he
be an assistance and not a burden to
earning power It Is always within I
the capacity of the railroads to effect
Important economies in such expan
expanelons
sions hence talk of dividend reduc
lions bas the railroads at this time
timeIs
Is premature and unfounded The
outlook Is brighter than two or three
weeks ago but caution is still Im
perative Corn and cotton ore not
ret out of danger nor has the period
of greatest money strain been IIClrelT
passed T
HENRY CLKWS
IMLKS PILKft PILICS I
Why do you suffer with piles lie
cause you have never used Bowyersi
Pile Capsules Sold by all druggists t
1f tttLLt I 1
RIVER NEWS
TTTTT
River StaRcn S
Pittsburgh t 57 04 fall a
Cincinnati 120 27 fall
OUjsvJHfu t9G407 < fall
Jvansvlllo 3838 fall
3rt Vernon iis i37 1i1ltl
tl t
31c Carmel 1 I01t faMs
rarfivllle HlC + El fallh
Chattanooga rJ 63 08 falji I
Florence oii V40 OO fall
ohnsonvllle 127 falln v
felro 270 35 fall
St Louis i 72 21t fall
Paducah 196 14 fallII
lurnslde OJ 27 07 fall II 1
Carthage 1 50 33 fall
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knlnr
The Ohio at Paducah will continue
ailing f
l I
TVxlnysArrlvnln
Dick Fowler from Cairo 1
Ohio from Oolcoiula V
Cowling from Brookport and MP
ojiolls a
Q W noberteon from Owens d
Landing Brookport and Livingston h
Point
J
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NOTICE
i
CUR store will be closed
Tuesday Wednesday
and Thursday We are
moving into our new build
IngI i 1
r
Open for business Saturday s
Watch for announcements
later
J
h i
4t RACKET STORE
M
t
Dunbar from Jlistteslppl
Clyde from Waterloo AM
T + > htys JellArtureli
Oleaner for New Orleans
J B Hlchardson for Naihvlllle
ennUtlle
Little C yde for Tenneucol
T II D vim for Joppa 111
John L Ijownjr tor BngSiIle <
Dick Fowler for Cairo
Ohio for Gokonda
Cowling for Urookport and Me
ropolisiHobcrtson
Robertson for Owens Landing
irookport and Livingston point
Kussell Lord for Tennessee
Hlvrr nml Wenthvr
Ouage nt 7 a m read 196 feet
idlcatlng a fall of 14 feet since
tterJay or a fait of 38 feet since
Saturday Weather partly cloudy
nd business good
tikcelh simile
Loaded with 2500 sacks of wheat
be Dunbar arrived from the Mtois
Ippl river at 4 a m and transferred
hor cargo to the J IL Illohardson
which arrived at 1 a m from Nash
Ille The HMiardnon departed at
Roan for Natfhvlllo with a big 1 trip
The John I Lowry left at 10
clock this morning for HvansvlDe
laving arrived at 3 oclock yesterday
fternoon The ICvarwvDle 1 packet
omorrow will be the Johu S Hop
Ins
InsThe
The towboat T IL Davis came up
rom Joppa yesterday and returned
his morning
The Clyde li I due from Waterloo
1Ia today and makes a return trip
ednesday evening
Leaving St Louis at 5 oclock this
rternoon the City of Savannah li I
ue here early tomorrow night on
er way to Waterloo Ala
The towboat little Clyde departed
Trunks
3G inch Ignites and Gent Canvas
Covered Trunk brass trimmed 2
tray 2 heavy leather straps strong
lock and bolts with extra heavy4
j0week 1 0 I 00
C Trunks 34 Inch extra goodQtft
00valu
value special this week I
3Clnch Gent Trunk canvas covered
good strap and lock with
bolts special p91po < 9 5 0
Sidt Cases
Canvas Covered Suit Case i 7
75size I C
75I I
size 2i incll special 85c
today for the Tennessee river to
load tier I
The Gleaner Is making up a tow
of 19 barges to take to New Or
leans She expects to get away
today
The towboat Russell lard left to
day for the Teunewwe river for a tow
of Hot
HotThe
The Ohio arrived on time today
from Goloonda and left for a return
trip at 2 p m
Between 100 and COO people from
Paducah Metropolis and Urookport
made tho excursion trip to Gokonda
aboard the ferryboat G W Robert
son yesterday She returned last
night at 830 oclock and went be
low to discharge her passengers
Prayer services were conducted on
board tho Robertson at Golconda be I
fore she left yesterday afternoon
Today the U making her regular
tripe on time
Five valuaolo Jersey cows were
hipped aboard the IMvhardeon l from
Nnihvllle today for former Deputy
Sheriff Hume Ogllvle They were
added to his dairy In the countI I
Tho George Cowling leaves for
Metropolis at 430 oclock this after
noon She U enjoying a good
business
The Dick Fowlor departed for
Cairo at 8 oclock Into mornlne and
wil return tonight A largo num
her of oxcurstonfols went to Jop a
on tho Fowler yesterday afternoon
Except for the fluttering motor
boats yesterday tKinmH quietly at
the wharfboat Many pleasure par
ties wero out enjoying the day In
launches and fishing
In the report of eel J O War
ren corps of engineers U 3 A at
Cincinnati for the fiscal year ending
June 30 upon tho works and Im
provement of the Ohio river It
shawl that transportation companies
carried freight aggregating 8670
r
l
e
11 c9g
Tit US ils Tiravdllhg n t
Tllme
1
THOSE who have not yet gone on their vacation are making plans for f that gladsome evert III I
Almost everybody is carrying a Slit Case or Bag these days How about yours Is it
a bit rusty and battered If so here is news of interest to you Special for the week
TRUNKS SUIT CASES and TRAVELING BAGS
A No 1 Leather Suit Case slzu 24
Inch leather straps all around good
brass lock and bolts extra CQ I Cfl
0vaiuoitb 3 5
4 dozen l Malting Suit Cases leather
bound good lock and bolts
0a 0
a 12 GO value this week t
Leather Suit Case size SClnch linen
lined 2 straps all around strong
handle brass lock and bolts
0thll < 0
Extra value good leather Suit Case
24Inch linen lined shIrt folds two
straps all around brass C
00locks
locks and bolts this week I
Close at 130 1 p m Friday
We do this In order that our sales
people may enjoy a half holiday
w P y e
7 < M tons while the total number of
passengers carried was 071794
The figures for the preceediog oar tl
were s 498 674 tops of freight and
38COi9G passengers The lours b t
collision with bridges over the Ohio
amounted to only f 1000
Tho Ryman line steamer Hlertra
has arrived from NaiCivllle for repairs ¬
pairs and will bo pulled out on ihe
marine ways She knocked a hole
In her aide last week when ebe ran
Into the bank ntoug the Cumber
land river In a heavy foe
OFFICE ROOM
0VlT
CITY NATIONAL HANK WILL IIH
IIRADV TO CONTHACT VOll
SIACK IN TIIKIIt KKW IIIJIII
ISO IISH OF IMCII I rixon
MAY IIK sims AND ALL INI OH
SIATION WILL 1m ClIVKN AT orn
PltlWUNT IXCATION ANA ONK
DILSIIIINO SPACE HPKCIALLV
AltltANCKI HIIOULD APPLY AT
ONCi TO A R ANSPACIIKIt
IIUILDINO MANAUKIt CITV NA
TIONAL HANK
Allcniln Oranilfntlnri lNinrrnl
Mr Thomas W Roberts has rto
celved Information of the death of
btu grandfather William Chatham
of Nailivllle Saturday Hit death
was midden as a letter war received
from him Friday and no mention of
illness was mado Mr W Chatham
was 7G years old and a retired buM
neN man The funeral and burial
took place jinftcniay afternoon In
NaihvllJo Mr Hobort left yeater
Jay morning to attend the services
I
The Kvenlnic 8t llntoa n Wtr
tI
lrmve bug lBagsll
Matting TravcllngBag 18 A4 r n
Inch special this weekI JU ll
1 lot black Traveling Bags 14Inch
leather lined a 300 value c n e
this week 2 1 00
2 dozen 18Inch Traveling Bags
0value 2 0
value t i I
Extra value 18Inch back leather
lined Traveling Bag An nn
t0ospecial l 3
1 Walrus Bag size IClncb a 110
value slightly soiled i
7 50 0
special atD <
1 Alligator Bag size 14ln
6 Ut00t
a 900 value special i t

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