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PAGE SIX THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN MONIAV AUflUST 13 1 1
4 t
I l WOMENMIDDLE
OF MIDDLE
MIDDLEAGE
AGE
m Need Lydia E Pinkhams I 4
Vegetable Compound
Jlrookfleld MoTwo years ngo I
II I
Was unable to do any klud of work and
nnlv weilhed 118 rounds Mv trouble
dateS OOCK to the
time that women
may expect nature
to bring on them
tho Change of Lifts
I got a bottle of
Lydia E Pjnkllnms
yegotable Com
pound and it made
me feel much better
and I have contin
tied its use I a m
very grateful to you
for tho rood health
1 am now onjoyingMrs SAIIU
LoumoxnxT 414 S Livingston Street
I Uroohttold Mo
The Change of Life Is the most crib
enl period of a womnns existence and
neg lot of health at this timo Invitee
disease and pain
Women everywhere should remem
her that there Is no other remedy
known to medicine that will so sue
eeasfully carry women through this
trying period as Lydia E 1lnkhams
Vegetable Compound made from na
tive roots and barbs
For 30 yoors it has been curing wo
men from the worst forms of female
ills Inflammation ulceration dis
placements fibroid tumors irregulari
pies periodic pains backache and
carious prostration
ll > 11 would like special advice
about your mso wrlto a conflilcn
tlal letter to airs Ilnklmin at
c Lynn Muss Her advice Is free
Mitt always helpful
SIGNS
Erase J
Electrfu Glass N
ElectdWEmblematic
Emblematic
BoardWire
Wire
WireMake us a rough Blwtefc
give tho space the sign is
to occupy and we will
make a design free of
charge Rubber Stamps made to
s order and office supplies
carried in stock
I
Mail Orders Given Prompt
Attention
I
Diamond Stamp Works
115 S 3rd Stt nines 353 J
WJiat makes you believe you
could suc fed < rm selling him a gold
brick
1fie has been accepted to serve on
tho Jury three times Houston
Pdst
PdstThe
The underground railways of Paris
t have a length of 32 mines Twenty
three more mile bare been author
r ized
TENDENCY IS
TO IMPROVEMENT
OUTLOOK IroV nXAXCIAT SIT
U T1oN
Crop Coiiilltlon IN Alt That Could lie
Ihriml 1 Says Henry I
CluivH
STOCK nXOHAXOR VIil LING
Xw York Aug 1oi Special
The business Interests of the country
are taking a needed period of rest for
machinerye
and our commercial arrangements
have been more ot less out of gear
and readjustment Ie I necewory It
10 preferable that this be done quietly
and gradually rather than violently
This process of quiet adjustment to
aw condition 10 now progressing
very rathrfaetorJIy and If a few addi
tional weeks of rest cnn be endured
by the impatient commercial spirit
of the country tt will be to the ad
vantage of all concerned
While the general situation Is not
without drawbacks and uncertainties
I
the tendency te certainly towards Im
provement The rent euro Is at fait
producing positively beneficial re
MiHi especially In the money market
Not long ago there was well founded
apprehension both at home and
abroad that a serious money squeete
would develop this fall Fortunately
however sueh apprehensions have al
ready undergone considerable modi
fication Bxtcnslve liquidation In
stocks contraction la loam comerv
atlsm of bankers liquidation In com
modities s cknoe8 In trade llbera
importations of goM and continued
rising of bank reserves have all con
tributed to afford real and perfectly
itnral I relief to tho monetary situa
tion It was feared that owing to
the large cad l and grain speculation
In the west the Interior banks would
not be able to finance the crops this
flatiron wtthoot u uunl assistance
from etetarn bankers but for tlw
reasons moat stated these fears have
x > n Merably dltntaMied Some string
seer is of course to be expeotod and
better rates for money win probably
rule during the crop moving season
yet there ie now no roaoan to antici
pate frerJouij contequencoa In al
probability the aavMance Ot the pro
posed currency aseootatlont will not
be required ThiS formation for the
purpose of dealing with emergencies
Colds Conquered Means
Sickness Saved
Anyone Jntre te < l In the euro of Con
sumptlon sl auld ret one of the booklet
telllne of r roverte by tho UM ot Kck
innnm Alterative
Coucln stubborn Colds and Pneumonia
may be the beginning of more roui
trbublt Eckmans Alterative u the ef
theettectlO
Saratoga N Y May tats
Gentlemen For five or Hz year I wet
and
ugh
tr 4ttecto
Mr ooso was declared Consumption by my
doctor After taking Eckmanl Alter live
which was recommended I was entirely
entirelycured
cured
curedSigned Affidavit James W Kanalp
EekmarT Altcrntlvft Is god for all
Throat and Lung troubles and U I on sale
In Paducah by List DniK c0 and other
DrupclBtK It ran also he obtained at
or procured by your local 1 Druggliit
Ask for Booklet of furl InHf e or
write for Hvldenc to th Et kman
laboratory Philadelphia Pa kmanI I
i r mI 911 JAY I
Irc I j I IN JUST FIVE MONTHS II
IGre I va Full Growth of Hair on a Bald Head j
Heres the Proof
For two or three yean my
lairhad
I lulr had been tailing out and
Retting quite thin until tbe top
of my bead wn entirely bald
About lour month aro J wm
menced uoiug Sage and Sul
phur The tint bottlesccmed
to do some Rood and t kept
utlnglt regularly unltlllo I
have uoe lour bottles The
whole lop of my bead II now
fairly covered with hair and II
< eelS coming In thicker I
shall keep 011 ullllg It a while
longer I as t notice a coultlnt
ImprovementSTEPIIEN
STEPHEN BACON
Rochester N V
STATS OF New YOaxl
I
YOaxlF
F County ol Monroe
Stephen Baron being duly
swoin lays that he has read
readjt jt
and that the contents ol said
statement are true
t STEPHEN BACON
Sworn to before me tins Ji4t
Ji4tday
IlasuvV HALL
Notary Public
The birthright of every man
woman and childa full
healthy head of hair If your
hair is falling if it is full of
dandruff or if it is faded or
turning gray it is diseased and
should be looked afterwithout
delayWYETIIS
WYETHS SAGE AND SULPHUR
HAIR REMEDY a true Hair Tonic
and Restorer removes dan
druff in a few days stops hair
falling in one week and starts
a new growth in a month
Does not soil the skin nor
injure the hair but it is an
ideal hair dressing that will
restore faded and gray hair to I
natural color and keep the
hair soft and glossy
GO Cents and 1 a BottleAt all Druggists
Or Sent Direct Express Prepaid Upon Receipt ol Price
WYETH CHEMICAL COMPANY
74 CORTLANDT ST NEW YORK CITY N Y
FOB SALE AND RECOMMENDED BIT W 3 GHBEIIT
p A1 =
offs as Intended reassuring and
proved a ureful Influence upon senti
ment As buBlneos requirements are
slackening and money appears to be
accumulating in all principal money
markets of the world unnecessary
uneasiness regarding tho monetary
article phould be dismissed at once
for At the Worst nothing more than
temporary otrlngency or merely local
iMillcultos are to bo expected
Crop
The crop situation Is not all that
was desired The country was greatly
in need of bumper crops In order to
lower cost of food products and re
duce the coat of living Tho present
agricultural outlook to for an aver
ago general result According to the
lard report of the department of ag
riculture the condition of all crops
combined on August 1 was C6 per
cent lower than a year ago and G3
per cent lower than tho average of
the past ten yoore This low condi
tion wilt of course be offset by In
reniaB In acreage and a largo crop
of corn Is now likely possibly 3000
rtOdOOO bushels It must be remem
bered however that the crop Is l mow
than two weeks late nnd therefore
In particular danger of early frost
Should w e haw a satisfactory yield
of corn U will do much to offset
shortages In other directions It It
ilio to be noted with satisfaction
chat the wheat yield is turning out
much better than at ono tlmo ex
oectad Tho poor condition of cotton
s an old story and has been amply
llscountod The worst featuro reo
yarding the tirop situation Is its ef
eot upon our foreign trade Wo
Mould have had much larger exports
if agricultural products this coming
ear In order to restore our trade
valance to normal proportions nnd to
trngthen our credit abroad EvI
lently we will not be able to depend
Hu exports to accomplish this de
arable result the July statement
howfng a heavy decline In export of
sheet and cotton but trado depres
sion here fir likely to check Imports
tad by such means we may at least
tartly reeovfir our low of surplue ex
torts Fortunately l we have boon able
o command European gold because
orelgn takings of our securities In
ito tart six months more than made
GOd the loss of commodity ship
mentsIn
In buelnesa clrc > a very quiet
nd conservative tone prevails Somo
iaekening in the demand for mer >
bandltv at the hands of dlitrlbutera
s observable but no serious reaction
Manufacturers are moving cautiously
tad In come lines of Industry there
las been considerable lessening of no
ivlty The Iron trade has taken Its
ull share of depression due partly
to lessened purchase by railroads
nd alB to a falling oft la building
iteration the latter being cstlniat
td as much as 23 per cent If aft ac
oanttf prove true depression has
been keenest in structural rlnep Our
reat textile Industries are quiet but
tot unduly depressed The political
situation confutes business men to
some extent because they especially
Iread a reopening of the tariff ques
son this coming winter Upon tho
whole however there is no longer
my special cause for anxiety regard
Ing the business outlook The gen
ral etuatlon as a result of recent
liquidation 19 l much sounder and aa
soon as harvest Is over trade should
again become normal
normalStock
Stock
On tbe stock exchange a decidedly
better feeling prevail Prices have
now recovered rom 5 to 15 points
since the depression which nccom
i anled liquidation of the Pearson
syndicate It would seem as If all
he unfavorable conditions which
have been so prominent during tho
i tact few months had been fully dis
ounted The chief problem con
fronting the railroad is that of net
earnings The volume of traffic ape
pears to be well sustained providing
that business Is not falling off as
much as some suppose and the chief
concern of railroad managers now
lies in < the dlrdctlon of keeping down
expenses and If possible securing bet
ter rates Doth of these olecents are
questions for the future Current
reports show that most of the roads
aro doing well some of courajfeel
Ing the effects of increased wages
and growing expenses and consequent
1 ly reporting smaller net earnings It
I IK still too early however to assume
that dividends will have to be re
duced Such contingency has al
ready been largely discounted for
many shares are ahead tolling on a
lower dividend basis Good stocks at
todays quotations are In many in
stances excoUent Investments and aa
money grows in abundance this fact
will become more evident When
butlnois IB dull money Is always
plentiful and Idle funds are more
apt to eeok employment In the stock
market Thus it happens that after
I
stocks have fallen In anticipation ofI I
business reaction they frcquentl
frequently re
cover and show exceptional strength
at a time when business depression
is keenest Apparently history Is re
peating Itself and we are coming
through Just such an experience at I
the present moment Confidence Is i
growing stronger In Wall street and
there Is noticeable freedom from dls1
turblng rumors Stocks taken over
oerI I
by etrong Interests during the recent
liquidation are not for Bale and this
Is an Important factor of strength 1
There may be some proflttaklng on
tho part of traders who bought ten I
days or two weeks ago but the gen
eral market is still In a better poslI I
tion and may easily be carried to a
still higher level particularly If tho
crop and business situations Improve
In spite of the cremendous issue of
securities during the first six months
j there pre no signs ot Indigestion in
j 1
I I > Ilgil3tT T jtugust
Clearance Clearance r
lale
t
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I Carpets 9lug3 and 1raperie3e
IT is our custom during the month of August to dean up our
Carpet and Drapery stock previous to getting in our new fallr
1goods 1 We have of course a great many broken lines and smallI
lots which are too small to carry over and on these we propose
to make a price that will clean them out at oncea a a
9l11g
Axminster Rugs 0x12 foot which sell regularly
I for 2250 now offered t Q1 P Cfl
Oat 5 0
II Axminster Rugs 9x12 feet which sell regularly
for 2500 now Offered f 1 Q Cfl
1at 1O 1 5 0
Brussels Rugs 9x12 feet which sell Oil 1 fl
0III 1 0 0
nt 1350 now offered nt 01 I lUU
Brussels Rugs 9x12 feet which sell JO Cfl
50nl j
nl 1500 now offered nt ZiOU
Matting Rugs 9x12 feet which sell fO 7C
75nl
nt 100 now offered nt Lll J
Matting Rugs 12x12 feet which f 0 7K
75Ee 3
sell nt 550 now offered at Out I J
Matting Rugs 12x15 feet which Pi TC
755e
MattingRugs
sell at 650 now offered at WTi I J
Axininster Rugs 250x72 which sell t Q TTC
at 350 now offered at < Z 1 1 J
i
u
T
r n r
eW
Carpets
Velvet and Axminster Carpets that sell
85cfor
IJforr110 C
Bri sell Carpets that sold for 85c and 70
75c are offered now tit 1 C
Brussels Carpets that sell for 75c
Carc
are offered now nt
jInbrrnin j Carpets that sell for 65c55c
are offered now nt
Ingrain Carpets that sell for 50e
40cnre O
are offered now at
Ingrain Cnrpets that sold for 35c
28cnre
UC
are offered now nt
Ingrain Carpets that sell for 25c
Cnrtt 1
1
j
Waist and that Gxe J
4
ITC I have perhaps n dozen of these boxes left in various sizes Rome are lind sonic nro finished in hard
oil all arc coveredwith white straw matting They sell regularly at from 450 to 950 OCo
we offer them now ata reduction of ZoO I
>
i1
this market because of largo foreign
purchase This display of confidence
by Europe In our financial condition
Is exceedingly gratifying though it
In spite of tho tremendous Issue of
take too great an advantage Our
bankers recognize that the wont
thing which could happen at this time
would be a fresh outbreak of specu
lation What Is mott desired la mod
crate activity and fluctuations within
reasonable limits
HENRY CLEWS
News of Theatres
At tin Slur TluHtcr
The past week wall fine at tho Star
but Manager Desbcrger says that this
week Is going to be finer
I Fred Jarvls and Frederick Harri
Jester and
son known as the Jolly
thc Smiling Girl ore winners at a
glance nnd have one of the greatest
vaudeville stunts on the stage They
bring down the house at tacit per
formance and make the audience
want more
Through a good piece of luck the
management ot too Star secured off
the big time the great singing and
dancing act of Payno and Lee who
have no superiors In their line and
nUshty few equalsI I
A dandy Illustrated song by ourI
own Frank long and 2 reels of now
motion picture all for 10 conteI I
children EC
1
Atlentlonl I
Merchant Attention
Arrangements have been made
with The Sun Job office by which
May will print In a small space In
the lower left hand corner of any
business envelope you may furnish
them a card advertising tho dates of
our Fall Fair etc
The wording will occupy n Very
small space tho printing wlU cost
you nothing and will owlet tremend
ously In advertising the Fair
CaU old phone 358R or 359 on
the now phone and tell them bow
many envelopes you will have for
them and whom they ore to eeo in
calling for them And please do so
promptly In ordor that Ma valuable
advertising may be gotten under way
without delay Thanklng you tn an
ticipation
PADUCAH FAIR ASSO
Den Welll pitli enti i
a
<
i
dace Kurtaiiw
Lncc Curtains in whito nnd drab which soil
regularly for 1J0 olTorod i
11 1 00
now nt 1I i
White or bream Oiirtnlns whicli sell regularly
for tOO dffered now f 1 Cf
O8t 5 OT 0 em
t
Curtains in White Arab Cream nnd twotone
winch sell at 2f > 0 offered
1 75
now nt i I 1
Logo r Curtains which Mil nt 300 a
2 IOO
offered now nt i I
ft
lace Curtnins which sell nt 350 t O Cfl
0l 5 j 0
CtIrU ins which sell nt ijGOO itRSO OR HO
ami 700 nro offered now nt L50OO 5
7
e
Mattings
Cliinn arid Tnp fnttings tbnt sell Oflfi
Oflfiregularly
regularly nt 30c offered nov nt ZUb
China and Tap Mattings that sell TQn
18crcg
regularly at 25c offered now nt 0 IUU I
China Mattings that sell nt 1Sc
1Sc14c
offered now at
China Mnttingn that St l1nt iffic IQlAft
offered rtow aC 121 1 iIINf
tie
A largo lot of Matting Remnants worth up toe <
35c per ynrd offered now ntHALP PRICEt t
The 1amlon Play
Another American tourist who
was thrilled by witnessing the Pas
sion Play at Oborammergau was
Thomas Nelson Pago the author
who returned with his wife aboard
the Lusltlana Mr Page says ho
hag only ono fault to find with thd
great masterpiece and that in l that
It Is too long drawn out Tho aut R 1
thor has spent a part of his vacation j
abroad nl Work on a new book to b6t t
entitled Robert B Lees lien and
Statesman This publication will btt t t
out In tho near future Now YorkI I
Sunstra 1
a stra
e + it
The Evening GuntOo a Week
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State Depoailorj
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Surplu It4r 3u trl 60000
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Total security to depolltortr
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