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September ffrices 1
aTho a surd UI llkt111 Round wnrin dortint It Hut then
cooler darn e rn soo n coin Ing I end our Mnnkft offering
H <
are so tempting prices n < > low and Mich pretty qunllly
lint when they start mlllng tlio kinnll jiinntlty wo
f 61nie Tnnt ln it long lien prices 10 up Ilctlcr look
tit liToiir fl1 CIII window at Ilio Kpectals
J j5o to 1000
sit ftudifs >
Ur Gilbert Osteopath 142
lira ad way Phones 19C
Rubber stamps seals brail I
stencils etc at The Sun office
Free city and farm real estate I
price list Whlttotnore Fraternity
building Phone 835
Bleu wflllBK O It Sexton
Phones 401
Tho greatest variety of type
wrltor papers from onion akin to I
I heavy ledger and In sites from half
letter to legal at Tbo Sun office
Telephone Tho Bun office for
samples and prices of all kinds of
typewriter pipers
Dalton Djru Works have moved
to 114 South Fifth street
Etorsreen iimnit Plant Food
earn sick plants nukes all plant
grow llrunsont 621 Hroadway
MISS COX successor to Mrs
Glrardoy Millinery Second floor
J A Rudy I A Sons j j I
sleepingv t
s Buchanans restaurant 219 Ken
I tucky avenue Always at your
Dalton Dye Works have moved
StDalton Fjth street movedI I
Chicken feeds UJO the best
mixed feed 2 per hundred Wot de
liver Yopp Seed company Both
Dr J V Vorl has returned
MM Charle W Emery wit t
land tomorrow In Quebec Canada
en route from Europe whore hoj
spent threu months She < w41l I re
turn Ihrouph tho Thousand reI
arum will arrive In Paducah Soptcni
ber 10 Mr J M Oockrlli n car repair 1
er nt Iho Illinois Central chopji has
bn l removed to bill homo on Jack
cm sterol from the railroad hospital
whcro ho hu been III of stomach
The children of tho jirlmnry1 de
a partment or the Flnt Baptist cliunti
14are rcquostiMl 1 to mtvi Saturday
afternoon at 4 oclock at tho church
New songs to practice
4The orion Prlrtto School will
r nime work Septombor 12 I Primary
pupils will lie noolved this > car
This school otters a complete liter
err rourso lending l to graduation and
a thorough buHlno > s roiirvo Morn
ing afternoon and ov ilttK nesHlonn
603 South Fourth street OM Phone
Th + Frank l Dudley Stock con > pany
wM he seen tonIght in that powerful
flvi act play Dr Jekyll and Mr
hot Days
finer toilet preparation It
would bo Impossible to mako
Prepared as it Is from tho
< choicest soothing healing and
antiseptic Ingredients it is tho
only perfect deodorant wo
4 ti know 4 ttttil + r
44Try This I
fi f Rub a HLloon thooaro feet U
6 iTisertp i cq how dcllghtfully cool
f nee thow delightfully cool
I sweet and comfortable
feet feel Its marvelous
ti Drug Store I
r Fourth and Broadway
Bout Phones 77
pce11requrllt I
request that Mr Dudley consented I
to put this bill on while hero It I
will no doubt be witnessed by a i
crowded house Judging from the
many request that the box office Is I
receiving for mats which went on
sale at 10 oclock thin morning
Reservations will only bo held until 1
Chattanooga Sept 1 1 The Amor
lean Bar association members deny
the charges against former Ambassa
dor Joseph M Choat presented at I
thla meeting as printed In the 11
pars today They say tho matter
came up nt a previous meeting but
was not acted upon Tho all butj 0I I I
ate of unfairness to a client eomo
year ago I
ILICTIOV uuxrs IN oirrucjAi I
lonlclal U I Shot nnd Severn 1UKHI
Id Klllnl III Pnivlncm I
Lisbon Sept llttlon riots oc
At GosUllu Bronco an election t
reportedd I 1
that covcral other pereons wcro
A feature of tho oiling was the
M Increase rn the rep ° b1can rate
overj whcn < In addition to Il bon
ant Its Buburtw the republicans I
ItrfumPhed In the arltltlXmtro cltles I
of Sttntnrem and Clntrav
rhot 5U
olectod cnmprlro 90 ministerialists
X33 monarchlMta and opixMlUon mem
hers and 12 1 fCplwlln Twenlf
Insults ntlll remain to bu declared I
IHTKJI of IJeclleV Wlngx
1HrtI41 theatrical productions
Bays Harry Furnlsa In the August
Strand Magazine some startling In
congruities hate mot my eyes Mists I
Terrys famous performance of
Lady Macbeth Immortalized by
Sargent painting of her In that
part now hanging In the Tate Gal
lery shows her In n dress which
lady l Macbeth never could have
worn It 10 most effective and Is
made out of bectls I wings The his
tory of that drcsa Is I thin
It so happened that I was present
at an Interesting lulu dinner at
which Miss Terry who rat opposite
to mo waif admiring tho dress of tho
lady by my fide then Lady Randolph
Idhurchilll now Mrs George Corn
walllsWost Lady Randolph wore
an evening gown made of beetles
wjngs MTssleyrrrs aEr 12
wings Miss Terry directly after
dinner asked Lady Randolph If she
could Inform her where In America
they could bo obtained Lady Ran
dolph toro off a small portion of her
gown and gave It to MUM Terry
This was tho specimen out of which
Mrs Comyns built tho now famous
Macbeth dress which was never seen
In Scotland except on Mlw Terry
British provident noddles num
ber 35251 with a membership of
19209C47 and funds amounting to
Say Girls
Wo aro Bolo agents for
Queen Bess Face Powder tho
latest and best faCd powder
made Try It because
U protects tho complexion
beyond detection
w Uwlli not smart tho kln
U Is daintily perfumed
It is perfectly tinted 3
It contains no harmful
Let the old women use chalk
and leadYOIl Just telephone
UI for Queen Rees
Dra isle
Pho 7I I
t r V J
ItiMikMcmlous I
Tho wedding ot Mr D 11
MoadowB to Miss Agnes Uookv both i
of this city was solemnized last t
owning at 8 oclock nt the liomo of f
tho brides mother In Henderson >
time Rov Irvan Rosier officiating
The bride was dressed In a beautiful i 1
light bluo solctctto dress trlnunod f lu 1
ovcrlace and carried ftrides rose
Her maid of honor was her ptstor
bliss Vtrbol Book of that city who
wore light < bluo silk mull Mr John I
Coleman acted OB beat man
The bride Is a daughter of tho
lato George > M Hook of Henderson
and rtie lias for tho past few yean I I
made Paducah her homo She Is a i
beautiful and attractive young lady
of the brunette tJIoI I
Mr Meadows is a popular bolter
maker for Fowler Wolff A Co The
couple will bo at home In this city
after Friday at 431 Adams street
Party Goes Klhhlnjj
A party of young people went 1 to I
limo Illinois lakes this morning to en
Joy fishing Tho party took lunch 1 I
thoro and will return this evening >
eThose In tho party were Misses
Geraldine Appe on of Memphis
Mnrgurito Bond of Paragould ATk
WIIUo Willis and Luoyi Slaughter
Messrs Jamie Pnxton Owen Green 1
blether society was surprised to
dRY when It became known that Miss 1
Lenora Huddlcston and Mr Ernest
Bhomwcll a prominent young couple
went to Fulton last night and were t
married Tho marriage was a sur
prise to the relatives as welt as the
friends About 8 oclock they left t
tho homo of tho bride and said they
wero going to church but Instead I I 1 I
drove overland to Fulton whcrotho
ceremony was performed They will I I I
return today and will go to house
keeping Tho brldo is tho eldest
daughter of Mr and Mrs Q E
I Huddlcston and a young woman 1
ant 1
unusually sweet and attractive girl
Mr Shemwcll Is a prosperous young
business man of Mclbcr and Is a
son of Mr and Mrs J M Shemwcll
Both tho brldo and bridegroom aro 1
members of tho most prominent
families Tho marrlago was not an
elopement but the trip to Fulton
was made as a surprise to oven tho
Intimate friends of tho couple
Wedding Announcement
Renton Ky Sept 1 Special
Mr and Mrs I O Maddox nn
flounce the approaching marriage of
their daughter Miss Wlllla May
Maddox to Dr Samuel D Tongue
of Murray Both tho young people
are well known hero and In Padu
cab i
Gilbert llrcltJtl
Tho second recital will bo siren
this evening at 8 oclock at the
Hroadwnyt Methodist church by Irof
Harry Gilbert Ho wllj be i assisted
liy Mlsa Marl WbeQtor and Mr
Robert Scott soloists This < wdl bo
a raro treat for Paducah music
lover and oil are cordially invited
to attend The program will bo
Grand Offcntodro Vincent
Oh Fair Oh Sweet and Holy
Communion Renaud
a1 Wenrln Awn Jean Foote
bA Birthday Cowen
Miss Mary Wheoler
Vision HIM
1 i Gounod
Caro Mlo Bon Blordanl
Mr Robert Scott
Adoration BorowcM
Mtsg Annie Fades I will return to
morrow from Birmingham and Kut
Lawn where the spent the summer
Hrs George Ixihnhard and chil
dren who have been spending tho
Biiinnier In Topozark Mo with rela
lives will return next Sunday
Miss Bryant of Nathvlllc Is tho
guest of her uncle Air Z II Bryant
621 North Fourth street
Mr Marvin Furnace returned last
evening from a several weeks visit
to his homo at Unlontown
Mrs Thomas Hortnn left this
morning to visit relatives at Hop
Mrs W J Neebltt of Huntington
Tenn ts 1 visiting her daughter Mrs
Guy looney 917 North Seventh
R L Barnott Male secretary
treasurer of tho Kentucky Farmers
Unloni Is expected to return Satur
day from MIncola Texao whcro lie
wont to visit his father Ills sister
was taken III suddenly and his re
turn home has been delayed
Mini Winnie Potter 725 Jefferson
street has returned from a visit In
Mrs Leo Potter and daughter
Mary Duke returned today from an
gxtcnded sojourn at Cerulean
Mrs W J Mills Miss Grace nod i
Master Walter Hills left but < nlght 6 I
for Flint Mich J t
clerk of IJtvingston county of
jBmlthland was In tho city today on
bustnkfB Ho was a guest of
ofCpunty Singleton I
tonI I
tonI I Mr J D Bacon returned last t
evening from a pleasant trip
le to
I Miss Anglo Harrison a nurA at
Riverside hospital will return this
evening from Kovll where she spent
6POUtbut I
IIIS lula Lincoln of the nureo I
staff at Riverside hospital wI1l1 Asa 3
thla evening for Wlclcllffe on a VJrtt
I Mr Sam Drcyfuss returned today
from Loulsvllleifrew I where he took
a trip in his automobile through
eastern Kentucky
Ja Mrs Edward Waltcra left today oI
visit friends In St Louis I
Mr Clark A Bondurant left early
thlt morning for Louisville India
napolls And Chicago where ho will 1
spend two weeks
Col George Landrum of Smith 1
land has returned from Chicago and
was In tho city yesterday I
Little Mime Elsie Krug of North
Fourth street returned home today
from Evansville after a visit to rein
tlvcsr I
Mr J M Skinner of Kevll was
In tho city yesterday on business
Mr F SI Bush of Smlthlnnd
cashier of tho Bank ot Smltliland p I
was In the city yesterday on busl
M10 T Miller SIssen G21 Clark
street who has been In Michigan for
over a month has returned to her
home herI I
Judge E W DaRby was In Wick
llffo yesterday on business
Mr James Householder has re
turned from Michlcan
Miss Madlo Gardner of the May
f 3ll road returned mast S night fiom
Chicago where tho halt been on a
visit to her undo and aunt Mr and
Mrs Charles Q C Leigh
Mr and lire Frank Rodfus have
returned from Chicago
iMr and Hrs Ben Welllo and
daughter Jeanette returned this
morning from Michigan
Mr nF Farmer left this morn
Ing for Murray on business
Miss Robblo Loving left this
morning for Dawson Springs
passed through the city this morn I
Ing en route to Murray on business
Mr Spencer Starks left this morn
Ing for Nashville on business before
leaving for Mississippi
1Iooving < Dot Hays will arrive this
evening on a visit I to his parents
Mr and Mrs H D Hays
Mr If Wallcrsteln returned thla
morning from Michigan
heathI I
was In tho city today
Mls Genevieve Shellman left this I
morning for Paris Tenn on a visit
Mr R C Potter left this morning
for Hardln on business l
Ulr J C Bonner left Ibis morning
for Benton on business II I I
Mr J E Armstrong has returned
to his home In Charleston Mo I
iMr nnd Mrs A C Henry of t
Murphj boro IILaro visiting In the
city I I
talClarksvl1le I
ClarkaviHfl Tcnnt on a visit to Mrs
W R Brlnghuretf
Miss Belle School eld of DanvlUo
will return to her home tomorrow
after a visit to Misses Belto and
Mao Cavo and burs Jane Steven
3Ir E O Brltion has fcturncil to t
his home In MfiuniTa lit after I
upending sdieradayointh6 city
Mite Fannie Ruttcri of Carrsvllle 1 1
Is visiting Mr and lrrj J H flutter
Mrs William McMahon and Miss I I
Neil Meyers have returned from I i j
Chicago j I
Mrs S Folz and daughter Mix
Carrie returned last night from New r
York and Chicago where they pur
chased fall goods
Will of Murdered Cleveland Attor
nor Probated I
Cleveland Sept ITho will of I
V1llam M Rice attorney and clUbII I
man who WAS murdered In the Itreot
near his homeon tho night of Ug11 I
5 was probated yesterday
It leaves on estate of 500000 to
his wife Elite Gautler Rke with the
provision that t > ho provide for tho
eldest daughter Mildred 18 year s
old The three younger children
will receive twothrdtf of the estate
subject to the widows dower rights
No olew to Ricos slayers has been 1 I
found Coroner Rocsber today exam
ined Attorney William Nelson Crom
well Rices few York buslnesa OSEO
elate In private Detectives an
flounced they were working on a I
now clew which promise results
County Prosecutor Cline said an nr
rest may bo made this week
Teacher Gives Watermelon fart
Pupils of the Pleasant Ridge I
school were treated to a sur
prise yesterday afternoon by their I
teacher Prof Edward I It FInley
After tho dismissal of school they
were guests at a watermelon supper
which was a pleasant occasion after
the school work About 75 wereI I
present Including tho entire school I
and several visitorsi i
Orders In Nicaragua
Managua Sept 10fller le being
brought out of the chaos that pre I
vailed since the outbreak of tho rev
olution last l evening Gen Juan J
Estrada provhIon l president was
publicly Inaugurated In tho hall of
congress tho troops were paid off
and mustered out and tranqulllt
Doubly secure Is claimed to be a
6new safl 1ln talented by all 1111
jols man which has two points one
each attic of a central bar
Repaired called for and de
livened We also carry Type
writers for rent Will sell
you a good secondhand Type
the lowest price Full lino of
Typewriter Supplies Ribbons
Carbon Paper Brushes and
Covers Call 122SH Old hone
115 end 108 Broadway I
hi a6rs8saTs3ssltisTnTrs4ss8SSTraa3rrAtdislss T
I AVo hero n few lots of Can I
I TOM Oxfords for children g
I closing out at 15c pair Also It
some Womens Oxfords for
lItGc bargains Call g
lIt enllIt
j tJami r t
1Wo are receiving new goods i i I
tJ dally and Can fit your taste as Ie
ItJ I well as your foot Ie i i
tJ 31 Broadway It
ftif cyiaFcEtrcrD W aY hrc ry
Japan Will Seek New Agreement
With rGcnt Itrltnlu and Canada
Victoria B C Sept 1Jopan
rhna formally given Great Britain
one years notice renouncing the I
commercial treaty negotiated ten I
years ago to which Canada Subs e
quently became a party Tho treaty
will expire next July oNtlccs re
flouncing treaties with other coup
Bow to Papal Order for Dissolution
mill Reorganization
Paris Sept IMarc Sangler the
dhead of the French Catholic Slllon
society tho dissolution and reorgani
zation of which was ordered by tho <
pope has written a letter of com J
plete submission to his holiness say
Ing that the work for popular edu I
cation of tho 500 branches will bo I
turned over to the episcopate
Sangler adds however that ho re
grets the decision of the Vatican as I
It gives tho Impression that tho
church Is opposed to democracy ands
announced that ho will personally
continue a democratic propaganda
Victim of nn Automobile Accident
Claims 5000 In UUIIIUKCS I
Schenectady N Y Sept 1 Mfsal
served on August 26 at tho blagpp I
Now York with a complaint In aI
55000 damage suit brought by 1V11 I
Ham Fltbgcrald of 141 Washington
avenue this city who alleges that
ho was run down by Miss Russells
automobile hero on August G < At
Ithl8 time the actress was visiting
her sister Mrs Harriet Leonard
Colburn t
The Injured man is still In bed
The suit 111 brought In tho court of
Schenectady county and will probaI I
bly come up In the Setpembor term
Missouri llondsninn Tlnvart q AIlcKCill
Swindlers Threatened Escape j
ISt oJscph Mo Sept tDr l
James Alexander Dowyo and Revs
Bishop Schradcr divine healers j
were captured at tho point of arc
Walker at aWthena Ian five miles I
west of St oJscph and put in Jail l
The men are charged with a swindle °
In connection with a supposed 30
000000 gold treasure burled on an r
island in the Gulf of Mexico They
were released on 1000 bond each j
with Walker as bondsman They
walked to athena and Walker j
fearing they intended to escape cap
at I 1
westbound train was to leave the
i s
In addition to the county fair that r
of our possessions the Kentucky Slalef
Fair at Louisville Sept 1217 belongs f
much to In the d
to us as as any people
state Every Kentuckian should re J
gard this a8 In a sense his fair It rep s
resents what Is being done all over the
state Jut as the county fair repro b
cents what Is being done in each coun f
ty In the way of agriculture live stock p
and gener advancement It Is a com j
blnatlon of tho various county talrs
teat only of Kentucky but a great t
many other states and there aro rep
1resented f
etc produced In the various states
The state fairs aro growing each year
and tho attendance Is Increasing as
everyone wants to know what Is being
done In other parts of the state and t
country t
Hunk on Wheels d
A motor bank the latest novelty In
progressive finance will leave Brigh II g
ton England for a tour through c
Sussex villages on Its trial run t
The traveling bank Is already j
hog g
the first attmpt In England td servo
outlying districts whore there Is not
bank t
The motor bank will bo run bjr tho j
Peoples Bank which has branches
towntff j
ffEmery detail of a bank In inlets
tore will be found In tho car which
will set out from the Brighton
It Is acovcred car with a rcmova j
ble back which discloses a braSA
railed counter It will draw up In 1
the center of each hamlet and >
bank cashier will leave his scat y
the chauffer and receive or pay out
deposit accounts
As tho traveling bank will carry i
considerable eunis of money In notes
and gold both the cashier In charge
and the driver will be armed In cn o
any attempt Is made to hold up tho
Should time experimental motor
bank bo a success others will bo tent
out from the town centers London
JThe Evening Sunl0c a Week
WANTED To buy a horse Old I
phono 137 low phono S20
FOR BALiUousehold goods
411 N 7th Old phono 614R
LOSTA babys eyelet worked I
cloak Return to 800 Kentucky Ave
DIAMONDS on easy payments
Eyo See Jewelry Co 31 B Broadway
FOR SALE Cheap good heating
stove Address F M caro Sun I I
FOR RENT Modern 4 room cot
tae Water and electricity 1C38
Monroe Ihone 2899 j
FOR SAL FIno 4yearold mare
city broke fancy driver Old phono
foe r
millinery department Airs Baker
319 Broadway
UMBRELLAS Covered while you
wait Eye See Jewelry Co 315 and l
408 Broadway
FOR SALE Onehoreo wagon
and harness Bargain for quick
sale Address F M caro Sun
BEATS THEM ALL on prices
Willlama Furniture Depot 501 So
Third Now Phone OSla
FOR RENT Apartment In flats i
003 North Sixth street Coo Raw
FOR RENT Two cottages mod
ern conveniences four bocks from
postofflco Aptly 502 South Sixth
loon RENTOne apartment San
IFOR apartments 308 North Ninth
street See W E Cochran
FOR ItENT1 our room cottage I
520 North Eighth All conveniences
Phone IIi venlencesr r
FOR RENT Two front rooms
over Walkers drug store second j
floor Apply D A Yelser
WANTEDYou to bear in mind
that Bradley Bros aro solo agents
for Old Taylor Coal ntsI I
FOR SALE Two good work
horsca cheap Johnston Fuel Co
Phone 203 i I l j
FOR SALE Top buggy with 1q I
rubber tires Good as neW Phone
llSEO Mrs Mary Holland
NlEDlosltlon by young lady
with office experience Address D
Ire Sun j
FOR CEA good upright I
piano A bargain Address C B
this office
WANTEDTo furnish your um
brella with a new cover or handle
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
way DroadI I
wayFOIL RENT 8 room brick cot
lace 1249 Kentucky avenue Apply
to Mrs C W Glrardey B04 Broad
way i I
YOUR LACE curtaIns need clcnnj 1
Ing You will make no mistake in
sending them to the Star Laundry j
Phone aOO
VK WASH lace curtains very rare i
fully Get them cleaner and whiter
than you could at home Star Laun
dry Phone 2 < H 0
S II IiO STEN Dyetng pressing
renovating French dry cleaning I
Work called for and delivered Club
SltM per month Old phone 338a J
WANTED You to give Old Tay I 1 I
lIar Coal a trial We guarantee to
please you Bradley Ural
both phones I I
FOR RENT4U SOuth Tenth
street nine room house bath hoti t i
and cold water Eighteen dollars I
per month Telephone 102 J AJ j J
RudyI I I
furnish a lunch table at Wallace park
during Carpel meeting Apply to I
Mrs Mattleon 210 South Third I
street 1 1
tiOV PER DAY paid one lady in
each town to distribute free circulars
for Concentrated Flavoring In tubes I
pormanenUposltlon F E Barr Co
Lowell Bldg Chicago
AVATED Railway mall clerks I
Paducah examination November
12th 800 to 16 00 Preparation
free Franklin Institute Dept
101T Rochester N Y
WANTED You to remember
when placing your order for coal 1
that Old Taylor Coal Is by test tho I
best and at the same pjlco of the 1
other inferior coals sold on tho Pa
ucah marketI I I
WANTED Hats to clean Cents
suits pressed 40c Suits steam
cleaned or dry cleaned from 12GI i I
to 150 French Cleaning and
Pressing Co 113 South Fourth I
480 I
street New phone
WE STARCH ace curtains Just
tho degree of stiffness that makes
them hang nicely and dry tl1em uponI I
frames that make them square and
stretch them smooth and even Slar1
Laundry Phone tOO
WHY GO HOME In tho hot sun
for your dinner when you can go to
tho Market restaurant 123 South 1
Second where it is cool and comII i
fortablo and where you can get
what you want to eat at a price you
can afford to pay I
FOR SALEOne large Ice box
one roller top desk one hawser oil
tank two shoo case two pair com
puting scales one National cash reg
ister one safe one rope reel Apply
to Otic Overstreet Twelfth and Jot
person Both phones 133
Skeltons baggage and delivery
service does general hauling of all
kinds Delivers parcels transfers
trunks to trains and boats moves
light household furniture hauls
boxes crates and barrels Freight
to and from depots or wharfboat
Goods delivered promptly Give r n
a call Both phoati Jill
< < i > rMi < jf V if
NOWd i
taiREADY 1
W e have the
School Book List
I for the city
yi I
early to avoid the
FOR RENT Sir room hou e 719
Harrison Old phono 489
FURNISHED rooms for r ntAll i
conveniences 4QC S 4thi
FOh RENT Furnished roam
Apply 304 North Sixth
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
near business section Gentlemen
preferred Old phono 1204
LOST Black cameo bream pin
Return to 714 Jefferson and receive
FOIi RIONT Ellhoil sIde doublet
tenement 71 Harriton Old phonsS
FOR RENT Thrco unfurnished
rooms with bath centrally located
SIOOO Address C care Sun
FOR SALETA good roller top
desk Phone Haynes k DIsmukca
910 old 1395 now
FOR SALE One Art Garland an
thracite burner and Mahogany fold
Ing bed 321 North Eighth 6d
UNION LABEL mens ladles and
childrens shoes and Stronger than
the law men and boys Star rjranil
hocs Rurigo b hoc stoma
j yJ1ARV
Its easy Good1 field for our
graduate Our dlploraaas are
recognized overy vhcrei EstablfEiicd
1893 all leading cities Wage
while learning Fewx we ka re
quired Catalogue mailed free
MpIcr Barber College St Louis
Fran Uullets Fhtxl by Jealous
JerTnkeK Ills Life
Alma Ark Sept 1A heavy
1sat In tlio hair of Mhs Lora lIar
rell saved her 1fe Sunday night
when she was abet In tho head three
times by Other Brown a Jealous
lover Brown after falling to kill
Miss Harrell committed suicide
IM1S8 St MnryVs Academy
Will reopen on Tuesday Septem
ber Cth Parents and guardians ate
requested to have children ready for
tho opening day
Ball Game
Minneapolis Keystone VD Paducah
Cubs September 4 ap lCi at Row
Inndtown park Gamo called nt 3
oclock Admission 25C j
From Mosquito and Hog lutes
Hartford Conn Sept lJohn
H Barrett a farmer Is dead at bls
homo in Dalton as the result of a
hog bite Ho was attacked three
days ago by the hog a whlto Chester
boar wclghlg 400 pounds and re
celved a slight wound In hIs leg I be
fore ho could escape The leg soon
began to swell badly and blood pol
< on developed
At Sumold another nearby town
Paul Jones Is under the caro of surgeons
geons with a severe case ot blood
poisoning which followed a mosquito
bite on tho anklet It will bo neces
sary to amputate bio foot
There Is a eoclcty for tho proven
tion of cruelty to all animals ex
cept man
fl njrrwW UW
J Columbia BldR Phone 231
tColnll1tla t
Perfect Dyeing and Dry
When In doubt about your MUiiiinct
Dress Pongee Coats Etc send there
to us Gentlemens Manned Smith i
and Trousers cleaned equal to new
Model Strain Dyeiug and
Dry Cleaning Works
IOU South Third Street
lord mesas 280U Krw Phone ON
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