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PAGE IIX THB PAIHJOAH EVENING BUN TJatzinlta1tL UI lH 1
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Our Typo Faces arc UptoDate
JOur J men arc Expert in UptoDateI I 1 L
Our Pressmen are the Best in tho City
Our Machinery is tho Most Improved
I Kind ImprovedI I
Add to tho above Promptness
in tho delivery of all work when
rpromised and you havo an insight
to our shop
tDONT YOU THINK THE ABOVE
REASONS ARE GOOD
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Sun Publishing Co I
Incorporated
Department of Printing Engraving
Embossing and Fine Catalogue Work
I 113115 S Third Both Phones 358 I
4Z d IZIZ ItZ ItZ tZ fJ
CRANE RETICENT
IUXB SKXATOU DECLINES TO
TALK
>
Went West on lisslon Sun llallln
gar and Is Returning to tho
I East
Chicago Aug 4Senator Crane
passed through Chicago He was at
ono of the hotels but did not regis
ter Wheh asked It l h > had gone to
Minneapolis to request then resigna
tion of Secretary Balllngor he re
plied w
pliedi have nothing to say I came
tot
Jlnccapolls and am row returning
vast I caw Balllnger not by appoint
ment We discussed matters In gen
eral Thats all there was to it J
When Informed of the report that
he bed been sent to request the roe
ignatlon of Balllnger the senator re
plied j
What I was sent for If sent at
I 4TO
TO EVANSVILLE
and Return
On tho Steamer
John 5 Hopkins
MEALS AND I1ERTII INCLUDED
Boat Leaves Iaducnli Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays
ntJOam
Both Phones 40
Excursion Bulletin
Springs and Summer
Season
The Btr Dick Fowler offers
the following reduced rates to
Cairo and returm
Single round trip to Cadre
ud return vll26
Parties of aTe and orer 3100
Elegant orchestra oa board
to furnish music all limo
S A Fowler General Agent
Both Phones Xo 33
Ready Roofing
Just Received at
A FOWLER i
SUPPLY I
SUPPLYCOS I
COSI
Two thousand rolls of Rubber
Asphalt Stono Coated Pebble
PebbleI I
Top and Black Diamond Roof
Ing all complete ready to lay
which is offered for sale at
greatly reduced price All roof
1lug guaranteed to be as repre
sented Call and Inspect our
stock which la the largest
ever brought to tho city
1
Telcptiono 3t
JrI I
i I
all is not public business or ot In
terest Just now I will not discuss I
BaHlnger politics or anything olEO
In relation to why I am here
When asked again If ho had asked I I
the secretary to resign Crane would I I
nolther affirm or deny but simply
repeatedI
I will not discuss It
FAMOUS CARTOONIST
Llnlcy Sninbourac Chief Artist of
Punch Dies
London Aug 4Llnley Sam
bourne chief cartoonist of Punch I
died after a long Illness
Mr Sambourne whose signature
to the leading cartoons has been a
prominent feature of Punch for tho
last decade commenced his connec
conuecIIlion
lion with England standard hUe I 1
morous weekly In 1867 when his
first small drawing appears 1
through tho encouragement of Mat c
Lemon the first editor He had I
been a continuous contributor since I
that date and after long years as >
cocartoonist with Sir John Tcnnietl
was made chief curtopnlst January I
1 1901 He was born in London I
in 1845 and in addition to his work
for Punch he had Illustrated a num
workltor
To keep your health sound to I
avoid the Ills of advancing years toI 1
u I
conserve your physical forces for a
ripe and healthful old age guard
your kMney by taking Foley Kid
ney Remedy Gilberts Drug Store
I
GIRL IMPEIULLKD IX AIR
Held Prjsoncr on Rocks 2000 Feet
Above n Clly
Georgetown Col Aug 4For
two hours 31ss Mabel Lynn was heldi i
a prisoner between two rocks 2OM
feet above the city while two men
dared death to go to her rescue She
had fallen white climbing the heights h
When Miss Lynn was finally taken
from her perilous position by George
Laydea and John Hart she was un
conscious and had to be carried down
the precipitous mountain t
If you deserve good friends youll
have them
SURPRISES RHEUMATICS
I with Persons Rheumatism who nro find stiffened very quick and soroII I
lint in n tAW dnsea
of then W Bark
ola Globes treat I
ment and are usu
ally surprised as
well as delighted t
to find that It not t
only takes out the I
soreness and
soothes tho pain
but limbers up
tho stiffened Joints and limbs In a reot
markably short time II
The phenomenal sale It is having i l
seems to Indicate that It Is doing thet
work and druggists say they have
never seen anything like U An offer j I
to give back tho money to anyone who
Is not perfectly satisfied wflh tho re c
suit of the treatment Is made by
byGllberts
Gllberts Drug Store II I I
OUR RATES TO AUTO OWNERS
Storing cars per month f100
Cleaning cars per month7o0 I
Any Size Machines t
Repairs 30 cents to 76 cents par
hour according to nature of work t
to be done I
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT I
i Complete lino of auto supplies I
and accessories at your service day t
and night i
I Tin 1111htI I
Pkopa e0 hllth A 11 Jefreo Eta l
I
A
ESTRADA MOVES I
ON MANAGUA l
I
IXSUnGl KXT ARMY OCCUPIKS
KVERV GATKWAY I
I
I Hornet nn lira of Hilllng From
L New Orleans With Uunx j
l I UUUIII I
iamilx IS READY TO FLLK
I
Blucfields Aug 4The Estrada L
forces In western Nicaragua nro I
rapidly proceeding In their camj
palgn toward Managua the capital I l
of President Madrlx Troops resist I
Ing advance of the Insurgents ha v o I
been disposed of with no loss to
Estrada Accurate reports reeehcd I 1 I
last night declare Estrada has vir
tually occupied every gateway to tlio
capital While the flag of tho Mad 0r
rlz government still waves over
Granada It Is believed that city wilt
overthrow the local Madrlx oQlstals
at a signal from the Chamorrn
familyLoyalists
Loyalists In Managua are In ter i 1
ror of an uprising which la bound
to occur In the capital as soon us
Estrada advances for the attack A
message from San Juan Del Sur by
way of Colon declares Dr Madilz 1 J
has made all preparations to JIte
There Is bitter sentiment against
many of his methods Revolution
ary pympatblzers In Managua de
clare Madrlz will be killed If he re
mains In the city when Estrada ad
vance J J
vanceEstradas
Estradas troops are in excellent
3bapeitTJ continue their march and 1 I
I will l probably strike at Managua be t I
Iforo the weeks ende I I
I
Gunboat Hell to Sail II J
New Oilcans La Aug tThel
gunboat Hornet is ready to getI I
under way at any moment now I
that all efforts to detain her have I
proves abortive The charge against I
Captain Mooney was tried before
I
United States Commissioner Chll
apella and the hearing only served 1
to bring out the fact that William j
Adler former banker and owner ofc
several gold mines In Nicaragua t
and now awaiting a decision of the + I
United States circuit court of apI
peals on a eUyear sentence for vio I
lacing the banking laws Is the may
Ing spirit In sending the ship to t
Blueflclds Ho is paying the freight c
on supplies being shipped to Harry
Shields Including two COlt rapid I r
otaro guns and a quantity of ammo I
jnltion IJhft purpose of the expedl 1 t
tlon are made plain Following the c
decision In tho Venus case however <
as there was no < evidence tending to 1 I
dehow that the ship Itself wan des
tined to be used in naval operations t
all proceedings were brought to an
lend and her clearance was granted t
Jend incident during the day was t
ifthe arrest of William Allen a sailor j
of the American navy who had do 4
sorted at Norfolk and signed for theo
o
trip on the Hornet declaring thatj I
be wanted action and expected to E
Iget It Ire will be sent back to Nor j
folk Ho is said to bo an export
gunnerw
gunnerPlot d
Plot to Im Gomez IhllllolIT Iu
01IIUUIOIUU Curacao JIUB I a
Rumors are In circulation In vcnes
zuela that tho government has dlsa
covered n plot to kill Vicente GoP
rnez president of tho republic and d
the governor of Caracas on July 26 r
and arrests and flights from Vone a
zuela of prominent Venezuelans give c
some credence to the rumors n
nC
FIFTY CENT NOVKI 1
w
Had Several Trial In Tills Country 1
Hut I I kdII 1
A prominent British publisher on
a vleit to the United States says
that If Uio twoshUHng or COcent I
novel now about to be launched on a d
large scale in Great Britain lg a toUeII
II
cess the door will bo closed to new I j
authors even to those of genius He
thinks that the narrow margin of
profit will keep the publisher from
taking a chance with an unknown
manThe fear la groundless The 60
cent novel base already had several
trial In this country and In every
InsUnce It has been a complete falt
ure Books of established reputa
tion which arc out of copyright
hence with no royalty to bo paid to
the author with no expense for ad
vertising and In many ogees from
old j plate can > be made and put op
the tuflrket at a halt dollar If they
erg sold In great quantities But It
la Impossible to maintain the produc
tion of new books at that price
Nor will the public ever be tails j
fled with an exclusive diet of the
classics It 19 not desirable that itm
fbould One cannot look backward A
forpvor and to read old books only
creates a dosed mind The VJctor
leas lived In their own ago and to
must wo In ours
It hag been proved alro that cheapth
th
reprints of old books do not prevent Im I
the publication of new ones GreatUI
GreatsBritain I UI
UIDrltaln do
dVona
tlons of the classics at extremely no
IIIlow dl
nearly 2AHH O new novel mostly atrc
fix shillings last year The same I
talc can be told by this countryI r
Kcw York World Zi
Itao WorldIZI IZI
He who throws mud can never I
dUsc U to whitewash pro re lItaUon lie
la
yt
Midsummer
MidsummerlExcursion
Excursion
To
Michigan
Pennsylvania
G R I Route
MACKINAC 12
PETOSKEY HI
NORTHPORT Ml I I
INORTHPORT 16th
Alec low round trip fM f to Tnnn
City Harbor Spring and oilier Resort
cm Grand Traverse By Lilli Trove DO Day
and In the Maclinaa Region
Through Sleeping Car Service
patllIIIll4a1tlll l
patllIIIll4a1tlllm
ePII YSYLYAaIA mrs CITY TICUT OFFICE
IFt aid MirUt ill blk pkaety Mali lit
1It Hittu ca lUGtITY DlilrktruKltcf Aft
LOUSVIILE KY
PARLIAMENT
IS AlMOUItNKU IX 11 MKHT AOAIV
NOVRMItKIt 13
Jlono Kntcrlnlnwl That CVmiiwin
JIn > Ilo lUarlitMl In Cuiialliu
tlunnl llTcrviirti
London Aug i ParMamont ad >
Journed until November 15
During the recess the conference
between the leaders trying to settle
the cbnstltuttomit dlfferescee of the
house of lords aDd the hou < o of com
mons will bo continued and tho ex
pectatloD1 is entertained that n com
promise may be reached aDd 1
Ibly announced upon tko roaseeru
bllng of parliament November 1C
Ibllng
Several of the points in dispute
have boon adjusted and Premier As
corne
jnioiis July 29 reported that d1
cuscions had so advanced dudng the
1C meetings as to render Ilila U o
opinion of dl of the conferee not
thatn t
they should tontlnqe
The most Important work > of the
new parliament whose sittings were
Interrupted for a time by tho death
ot King Kd vrd has bean the adap
Uon of Chnncellbr ldod George
contested lAidgct thb struggle ovur
iWhloh during tbe preceding parlla
tiireni brut l1 the ionsStindios cun
trereray ietrh b8 Commons Gpd
the lardit toa Mad atid c u < ediUiq
saluUon6f < parliament and now
electlonltI
Promer quths cabinet having
hlnlngfbeen
though tho Rovifeimonls majority
WM so greajly n Petal a > to make
them JepeqdtUlt I Ifj on the support of
the Irth iflnmbere the buflgat was
adopted without extended farther
dtecoalon and under the Influence
of tho Wngft death both partl were
inclined to tieR a friendly adjust
ment of the dispute over the lords
power of veto rather than prwelpl
afo new elections while tile nation
was still mourning Its monarchs
deathFriendlier
Friendlier feeling of th parties
ebo wore noticeable In the dUotii
filon of the bilt modifying tho kings
kfngatncOO68lon
accession declaration the old time
phrases against the Uoman CnUiolIc
doctrine inborllod from an age of
roUgious liigntry being ellmlnatodi
and the declaration being mao ac
coplablo to all tha kings suHJcctii
non coaforuNate an xollAb Roman
CatbpHca The woman suffrage bill
which after preliminary dlsctiwion
was burled In committee of till
whole and other contested measures
wore deferred until i the autumn
meoUng of parliament
Fcilcy Kidney IMIIs
Tonic In quaHty and action quick
In results For bactaohe headache
dlzzlnoea nervourncss urinary Irrec
ularttleu and rheumatism Gilbert
Drug Store
Down and Out
1101 guess I have lost the case
SheIs that s01 Ran your lutrytr
exhausted all the means at hU dU
iosa11IleNo
He No lint ho Las exhausted all the
means at my disposal Baltimore
American
Ho Wouldnt Stay Bought
A guest was expected for dinner
nnd hobby had received five cents ns
tho price of his silence during the
meal Ha was as quiet as a thel 1 l
until discovering that his favorite1
essert was being served he could
longer curb his enthusiasm Ho
drew the coin from his pocket and
rolling It Rorogs tho tablo exclaimed
heros your nickel mama Id
rather talkFrom Success ilaKal
laJI11zlnp
Tho hUfj and who Indulges most
lent necessarily tljo < west Inaulgopt
a
aiitWxyt
NOT AFFECTED
AFFEGTEDBY
BY THE CENSUS
WILL NOT DisTUiiii HALAXCK
OK IOUHU
Xo Section Will rrolU irlJryt4y In
lUjuvMntatlvcsi In Cjrt > > >
Comin Homo to Vote
IFIUURI s ARI3 MADIJ PUBLIC
Washington D C Aug 4 Cans
sue oxperts aro now predicting that
there will be no such phenomenal
increase in population In any awetion
of the south or southwest as com
pared with tho Increase in other lee
tloos as to threaten disturbance of
the preeeat balance of political pow
lor They point to returns for cities
and counties In wWolj oiinroted erec
tions of the country north end mid
die and far west showing nalM I In
population over tbe return of the
eeMue of 1900 that do not compare
at all badly with the gales In Texas
and Oklahoma counties Mowing
gain of upward of 200 per cent but
Oklahoma general average gain was
very moderate white there were
countlba In Texan that reported act
ual deorea ee in population as an off
set to those that showed very hoary
Rftlna The ceases return given out
y elfrtl y frt three Now Jentoy cities
lUyoooe and Hoboken wero re lOlt
lab eatWactory the first Increasing
IK I tiM decade 907 tier J cent the eee
oDd 097 per cent and Ute last 181
pr coat Returns given out today
for South Bead Pert Wayne Jnd
and SeoramMMo < M also chow sub
tairttal piM Seenunento tiretent
population Is t 4490C against 29182
la I 1900 a aala of 120 per coat Port
Wayne now 11M 039S3 against 46
111 in 1900 aa Miereaiw of 417 per
cent South Bend ben MOS4 com
pared with M999 hi 19 < M a growth
of 491 per cent Then figure from
wlo > 5y separated section Indicate
that the isereate of po Mlatloa has
been reosoaably eves ail over the
eotiRtry stint make the exports bo
Uev that ao cello will preflt large
ly In heavily Increased Jell NlHa ta
tion in coogreM aa result of the eon
sue
MRS E E HUNT
1f OlR1t1T1U1 +
nias ix SUITE oir OPHRATIOX AT
HOSPITAL
Wlckllffo Ijidy Vlrllm lit Otucvr
I nvrx Several Children
anti Father
t
In spite of aat operation performed
at ntvwatd hospital Sunday to acre
bar from a car Mrs Busjrnla K
Hunt 46 years old of WIckUff Ky
died hero at 330 oclock this morn
tag3lrs
Mrs lost had been In a critical
condition for n year said In an effort
to save her Ills aa attwallon was do
aided upon 1M was a nattvf of Bal
lard county aid of a prom sent tam
My SRe wed a member of tile Curls
Han church Swrvlvlng her are her
father Mr J J RetHns of Wtckllffv
ind the folfowtog children Mm C
II CrotrtsHd of Padurah Misses I
BWe and S Ble Hunt ot VtekHffe
said MaMrs Herslo O 100 nnd Clyde
Hunt of WtekillTe Mrs Bert John
401 of PaducBb la 1 a cousin
The body was taken to Wick tiffo
this morning and the funeral and
burial will be held there tomorrow
w WM known In Paduoah
IAltMKK BUYS Ion IOMCU
New York Would have Country I
Youth on Rent
HittI I
New York Aug 4The comma
Hloner of police of tho city wont I
farmer buys on the force Accord I
ingly what tb I known as the monte
reel of pollcenven will lx made low
I severe
It was explained In making tho an
nouncement that this does not mean
that farmers are any loss Intelligent
than anyone else but merely that the
catch questions of city utroots here
tofore asked will be eliminated In
the cape of candidates from out of
town The commission admitted with 1
a smile that some of his now police 1
men may get lost on posts but ho mg
Kwted that they might take maps
with them
All men aro popularwith them
selves
Biliousness
I have used your valuable Casctrets
and 1 find them perfect Couldnt do
without them I have used them for
some time for Indigestion and biliousness
and am now completely cured Recom
mend them to everyone Once tried you
youwill
will never be without them In the
family Edward A Marx Albany NY
Pleasant 1llltlbll Potent Taste Good
Do hoar Never
SlchaWeak or UNpe
co250 iti Sec foIenr Win I bulk Thee ea
une tablet i Ilam e < ice Umrenloeaio
toCpr4
t h
I CtlllKlrT Kttt Bc lutl
you lit this alovI
that thl namtIlal
rctd Mtw INrctlOQ
I
Many Women
who are
Splendid Cooks
dread having to prepare an elab ti
orate dinner because they are
not sufficiently strong to stand
over an Intensely hot C 0 a tr
range This Is especially true
in summer Every woman
takes pride in the table she sets
but often it is done at tremen
dous cost to her own vitality ti
through the weakening effect ofr
cooking on a coal range in a
hot kitchen
I It U I no longer necessary to wear
yourself out preparing a fine dinner
Even In the beat of summer you can
cook a largo dinner without being
worn out
l New Per cfion
I
II1II W 1 II
6 3 Oil Cookstove t0 j
1
Gives no outside heat no smell no smoke It will cook the biggest dinner
without heating the kitchen or the cook It la Immediately lighted and Immedi
alely extinguished It can be changed from a slow to a quick fire by turning a
handle Theres no drudgery connected with It no coal to carry no wood to chop I
You dont have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes till Its fire gets going Apply a
light and its ready Dy limply turning the wick up or down you Ret a low or an
Intense heat on the bottom of the pot pan kettle or oven and nowhere else It
hoi a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot drop shelves for 1
coffee teapot or saucepan and even a rink for towels It saves time worry
Itdon
health and temper It does all a woman needs and more than she expects Modi
with 1 2 and 3 burners i the 2 and 3bunier sixes can io bad with or without
Cabinet
aye dultr iTtrprben lit act U man wtlu for DucttpUr Omltr U norrsaa T It ttx
Standard Oil Company
Incorporated
AI
VII AIM TO nJCASB
aru
Sam M WIn witk our liitr senile
hat you will employ It aaala uJ
ftcn One of the ways we tat If Ia
stake our charges so rcuonabU IkU
you will not deprive yourself of tkt
Pleasure of adrlTB on account of UI
expanse Suppot you lake oat lo
a 57 U the weather persritat
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ilk a Ky Ave Botk 1hew t1Ti
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THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
IAnUCAH KENTUCKY
UNITE 8TAT1W DKlOSITOHl
Capital Surplus and Undivided Profit r 540000
B jor ioldcri Itesponalblllty < r N1 200000
Total Rctponslblllty to Depositors I 500008 I
Q D HUQUBS Prcsldtnt JOS L FRIKDMAN Vlco President
J O UTTERnACK Cashlor C E RICHARDSON Ant Cashier
LYTIiUKST VAII UV TIMH UKTOSITS
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We are now located in our newt
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Capital IM Mhta PdItC > ttr1 I1COOOC
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Btockholdera liability sktii 01 u > n 100000
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Total lecultT to depositorsrrr afrt atrraaet250009
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