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in baking methods which gave the
world Une da Biscuit also resulted in a
I Itin soda cracker quality You
I5in this the moment you
Package open the royal purple package
Never a sold In bulkand find soda crackers so tempting
> uiu 111 uutnj
ing and good that they cannot
be resisted
Tho poctlferou mosquito li hold
Ing high carnival lit the city nightly
< noitljer screen nor bar exclude him
from the bodchnmbor ho toonit to
pormoato tho cracks and crcvicts and
nine Mi nocturnal lullibJei till we
an exhausted and ION conicloumiw
In aleep vhen he give us a hypod r
mlo injection ot malaria and othci
dl6uos according to his onom
J fpmn tbee conditions ihero II no ClI
I < 4Loil on porriri and gutter now
W1lC Jr i i Q1 UII trom this 4Iase
1 > brtdln And death dfallng moMtor
but u s a plcatur to know that
wniio Hays SpeoiOo I will jot aavo ui
from thee condition It will euro ui
of ttiore polfoni by purifying 4hf
blood and removing the cnuo foi
< hus and fever
TriO Kvrnlnc SunUle n Week
i WlII rol AfffU r Evr ro1t lr
lalrmt IliK Bl Itk rnm WaMntirr
S ninulM walk of < k < TI > IM Olrtrlt
Xnrcn IXn Rinllmm of II l
ot8olwt 111 Ceam
> ntlrr i4 llcnTtlkt MrrMi > inififc
V nf Cniumo1lau tpt
Doom at HraMinaiblp Hole
TjttTo dHote BreakfMt S0c
Scfimaus Bros
WI hnvo tho finest assort
I moot of flowers In tho city
California Irlvet Hedge tho
beRt hedge for this climate
Hyacinths Tulips Narcissi
nnd China Sacred Lily Bulbs
I all Imported Cut Flowers
k etc N
Floral designs our specialty
Phone U Your Orders
Either Phono 10U
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Are safest for Quality and
Flavor or as well ns for
t Health Made under most
hygienic conditions of
They cant bo beaten by any
ttvrcnt cigar on the market
Visit our factory and see
how they nfo made Try ono
Mid sec how they taste
We give coupons with every
purchase Come In and look
over our premiums Ovor 350
to select from
4The 4 Smoke House
233 Brondw y
Opposite Wnllcrstclnfl
1 2
I 1i4i2 tJt
pThe Week In Society
pI K
I Ainrroix
There III i something In tho autumn
that II native to rar Wood
Touch of manner tint of mood
And my heart ti like a rhyme
With the THow and the purple and i
the crimson keeping tlmo
O tho tearlof of Uw UMple trees
Gun hako two lIke tho cry
Of tha b Kfe Tn1t yl
rnfnip 1OII44ImIrLLh1XL
W4inn I e hue frosty aMra Mho a
emot upon tbo hUU
There U I foroetlilirK In October soiC
the sypajr liJooJ nt r
And we rIse nnd follow her
When from overpliUI df frniilo
She II Mlllng catMH ailing I every
vajatohd By Jnarjte
DUM Carman
N fSS5J < < SS NN
TUESDAY Tho Delphic club Vl
meet at JOn in at time bolphlc
rooms In time Carnegie library The
I program Is
i 1 The llolgn of Gcorgo 111
J17CO18IO I Lord Nelson and lAdy
Hamilton Mrs Mildred Davis
t 2 Causos of Aiuarlcnn Hovolu
lion Public Opinion In Kngland as
to Us Iniluonco Lottara of Junius
Mrs CJoorso A Klournoy
I 3 rldraund Burke Ills Sihumo
of Rpform arid Attitude Towards
i French Uerolullon 1i80lr J
C Flournoy
I I AVKDNliSDAY Tho Literature de
partment of the Womans club will
inoflt at tOn in at tho club h6usn
I Tho papers for tho morning arc
1 SovereIgns of the Ago of
ChnucorMrc Arch Sutherland
2 A Critical Uetlmato of Chau
rrlI Canturbury Tales Mrs David
WKDNKSDAY The Mntliico Mufl I
cal club will have Its lint program
meeting for tho season at n p in at
the Womans club building Tio
loaders arc Miss Jennie Jllson anti
Miss Adah Uraiolton Tho progrdm
features ore
1 A retrospect of our club life
2 Yalso Iootique Hudolf Frlnil
> Uss Anna 11111 i
3 lx > s Cent Vlorges Lo Cocof
Miss Noll Honnjoborger
4 Festal Artists Memphis May
Festival Miss Newell
f > Lolboetraumo Llzst Miss
Irma Ileltz
C In tho Garden of My Heart
IaiIdiBa Sara Rogers
7 a Poanco Valinntq Ud Pol
dial Ii 1 Lo Cavalier Fantniauo
odnrdLMisa Lllllo Maycs Buth
eriand 4
5 llcport from Ilionnlnl and May
Festival In Cincinnati Mrs II S
Wells WiBUXIJSDAY Girls of Grace
church will entertain with a candy
pulling at S 101 at tho Pariah
llnuio I
llnuioTIIUU8DAY Tho Magaxlno club
will havo ltd second October moot
lug with Mrs James A Rudy COD
Kentucky avenue at 230 p m
Tho magazines to bo discussed are
North American Review by Mrs
Giorgo C Wallace and Mrs Loult
The Outlook by Miss Frances
GouldCentury by Mrs Karl Palmer and
Mrs L A Washington
Lltrrary DlKost by Mrs Vktor
iVorisFJUUAY Tho Kalosojhtc club
miMits at 10 a m at tho Womans
club house Tho program will In
1 Josephine Miss Slnnott
2 llortcnso Mrs David Koger
3 Current Events Miss Elfza
beth Kirkland
VTUUDAY Tho Art department
of the Womans club will have its
regular meeting at 10 a lit at tho
< oluli house Tho papers will be
1 SoclaL LlfG In Knglnnd n
Ijlghteonth Century Mrs John J
2 William 1I0 arthlIIs Life
Mrs J C Flournoy
3 William Jlo arthlIIs Warks
Dr Delia Caldwell
4 Van Dyoks Career In Eng
land3Iiss Mitchell
HlIlnlIIellt of Miss Klrrltolt anil
Mr IAICArnlllllllll tl
Mr and MrsCharics Kirchoff an
nounco tho engagement of their
daughter Theresa Catherine to Mr
lus L < geay The marriage will take
place tho early part of November
Tho bans will bo published tomor
row at tho St Francis do Sales
Catholic church
churchTo or
To Miil MM Wlilto
Mrs Chariot 1 Wheeler wan tho
b08te8 at a charming and Informal
af rnoon on Friday in honor of Mrs
Jftmew Whlto of Athons Cs the
< lem of Mrs Wilsfam Dradttiaw Jr
Tho rooms were beautiful wlttvinaM
e or dahlias combined with collna
A si lit 1 UK tko hoat sa nnd honoree
In reoflviig wore Mrs William
HraiUhnw Jr lftI Leslie Samuels
of Itardstown limo guest of Mrs It
G Torrull Mir Carl Sholz of Chica
go and Mrs LoiJa Jackson or Greon
nile Miss I th house gitokt of Mrs
I D Wlloox
In tko dining room tho refresh
ment tablk wa a most attractively
appointed affair Dahlias and collas
wero affectively arrangod In tho cen
ter A delicious Ice coureo was peev
ed MrsJlt G Torre and Miss Min
nip Uatcllff wire in i4e dining room
Mrs Sue Wheeler Hotjge and Mr I
D SIcox ttbiired called Ih Iho iftetty
G t fza
Mntliico lusical Clubs Good Work
H Is tho earnest doslro qt t tho
Matlnoo Musical club thrttj any con
templated entertainments bo with
hold Hpiri tliq l e mini of Novom
bor 8 as Itlb club is nrranglnV to
brlifg to Pndiicab on t thar date a
I musical event ofI I mUch note It Is
tho first appearance of tbo Matinee
Musical club before the public In n
largo way and tho club feels that It
Is entitled to ask tho cooporatlon
of a gonoroun public at this time
both on account of tho high grado
of entertainment and the especially
good cause for which it will bo
rIte club Is educating in a musi
cal way ono of the little inmates of
tho Home of the Friendless who la
I especially gifted While seeking to
give hor all tho advantages that can i
ho procured hero It Is tho desire to
nt her to teach music and tho proI
I coods of all entertainments given
I Tho coming entertainment will be
of an especially high class of talent
and will include a quartet vocalist
cellist vlollnlfrf and harpist Three
j I or thrIll belong to otic family They
arc all musicians of uoto both lu
America anti abroad They are at
tho head of ono of tho largest eon
sorvatorlcs of music in time country
at Indianapolis tr
IVoiiinn Club Afternoon
The AVomans club held Ha Initial
mucUnR for the season Friday aftr
noon at tho club house In Point of
memborn and enthusiasm It wan a i
Bplondldlnaugurnl for tho year Mrs
James A PUtly tho prqgldent Wall
In the chair at the tuelnoM Elllol
and In a happy way extended greet
Inns to tho club Siie read a dillght
fill Rrccting from Mn Jamoji Leech
of IxDulsvIllo preMdint of the Ken
tuck federated clubs wishing all 1
iiinccfui for the new years work The
department reports occupied n largo
part of time business session and won
full of Interest Mrs IL S Wells told
of the 110nnlal meeting In Clncln
nail lat JIa > i In a graphic way amid
stressed tho Inspirational offset of
t 0000000 federated women A
rising vote of thanks was extended
to time Year Doolc conunlttco for Jta
wccewful work The following new
members wero received Mrs Henry
Burnett of Louisville Mr Cook
Husbands MUtMS Florcpto Loofci
Elizabeth Graham and A ntn KHlur
The cub tea following the bui
nest Eowlon W81 a delightful oren
sion Mrs Klbrldgo 1 Palmer poured
tho tea and the table was a prettily
appointed affair
Tho open meeting at 4 oclock ws
under the auspcop of the Must < de
partment and was a beautiful Sacred
Music program Mlw Newell tho
chalrmnii prodded In IlOr lnilcaUy 1
gracious way and introduced the
program with a charming talk qn
Thought of What Music In the
Service Should Mean Th < Hret
number tho Land o1 Lea was
sympathetically sung by Olhn Anna
11111 Mn Krug1 Miss llogerK and
Miss Shelton M tr Robort Scott saiig
with Itnprvnlvo effect To Thee 0
Lord from the Pilgrims Chorus
Musical Intr > n > rotatlon of the Ptmlm
Tho Lord Is My Light and 31y
Salvation was feelingly sung by
Mrs Lowlj A beautiful nnthom
IWhon tbe Golden Leaves Are Fall
ing was rendered by iMrs ISdgar
Itfo nnd Mrs W C Gray soloist
and Mrs George n Hart Mon
John U Robinson and Robert Scott
Mica Julia Scott sang with much
charm tho musical interpretation of
Behold I Stand at Ujo Door and I
Knock I Am tho Light of the
World ArUe Shine for Thy Light
Is Comei and The Lord IB liy
I ShoperdMrs Henry Durnott of Loultville
and Mr W H Lcnvltt of Iloston
were tho outoftown guests present
< S < 5J
In Coninllmcnt to Miss Hani
delightfully Informal affair was
glvan by Mies 1 Mary Dondurnnt sI I
the borne of Iks Efla Wllhelm on
North Fifth street on Friday even
Ing In compliment to Miss Caroline
IlHin of Chicago who Is visiting
friends in the city Thcbguettsmwero
limited to the girls of the OC class
of which the busters and bonorca are
members Several musical numbers
rendered by Mire Ham were among
the enjoyable features of the even
Ing A delightful Ice course was
served late i
Hn1lovoVn Tarty I
The Rectors AI4 of Grace Epis
copal church will be the hostesses at i
an attractively planned Hallo wocn
party on Monday night October 3Ii
at tho parish house
Stnto n A 11 Confpixiic
Tho Kentucky chapters Daughters
of the American Revolution will con
vomit nt Frankfort In annual wsiou
the coming week It will be an oc
casion of notable and statewide In
tero ft Tim conference will bo called
to order Wcdawday afternoon Oc
tober io by tho stat rB nl airs
Den Johnson of Darditown ftnd will
only continue through Thursday the
27th and with this butlnpt meoUng
the time will bs oxcsfdiiiRly limited
for the racial part of the t convention
The butlnese sessions will ftJulid in
the iwrlore of the Capital lintel
I which will bo decorated in flags and
which wliTffftgb Itt I variety from the
I CoiitlnanfttrflrUt prwent Cnlbrfdnn
i however Ute foclul ro jvill not
been neglected by any means there
tllbe < a number of notable social
iffrlre given in honor or the tvim1tors
The ontortalnraent commjttco oj
the Susanna Hart Shelby chapter
which was formed for tho state
conference Includes th > two first
ltl l III of Kentucky Mrs K Ylll
oon and Mrs J C W Ilockham
Others are Mrs S T Shackleford1
Mrs Eliza l Bailey Mrs Georgo W
Irr I
chlnn Mr WeUIger Lindsay MUs i
RobtHca AvorlU and Mlsa Annie
Governor WHUona address to the
convention on Wednesday evening
at the Capital Hotel wKl boone of
tile matt enjoyable features of the
meeting and his and Mrs Wlllfons
PmflCO wlM lend dignity to the
es1ni Blijo that no other city can
Thursday afternoon at u oclock
Mrs S J Shackloford ill entertain
with a recepUoiint her home on the
poutu side In honor of the dele
Thurtxlay evening at the Capital
Hotel there will be a musicale In
which not only Frankfort musicians
wUl take part but musician from
PVOT tho state ag well The musicale
will be followed by an informal re
ception which will close tho conven
tion The reception committee for
the mu lcale and reception U I com
posed of the following lira August
us E Wilson Mrs Hen Johnson
Ire S J ShacklofOrd and Mrs J
C W Becktiam and > Mrs Senator
Pay n tor
Mn I R G Doono and Miss Emily
Morrow will represent tho Paducah
chapter Mrs Doono Is on the con
vention program She will leave for
I Frankfort on Tuesday and will be
I Joined there by Mte I Morrow who
a now vieltlng In Mt Sterling after
attending tho General Convention of
the Epltcopal church at Cincinnati
< sa
Alpha Society JIvcllng
The Alpha society of tho Dorian
private school rendered an attrac
tive program yesterday afternoon at
Its regular fortnightly meeting Miss
Ethel Byrd the vice president pre
sided The program was
Chorus Little Sunbeam MlKJ j
eg LucRe Coyliigton Nell Cornellfon
Elizabeth Covlngton Jennie Lee Gra
ham Reading The Holy Nl Jht
Miss Irene Danaiicr
neoltatiQnVa1vefiq thq World the
Bert You faoUss Mary Bryant
I Masters Worton Rodfiis and James
I Cornolison Recitation Time Perfect Gentle
nmanMairter Sam Caldwell
Recitation What I Live For
Miss Lucllo Covington
Song Miss Elizabeth Ycleer
Humorous selection Miss Louise
Roudlng iMastcr Conroy Dorian
The selection of class pins and the
procuring of whool pennants was re
ferred to a committee consisting of
Mlw Morn Nichols Miss Martha Cope
Mite Ethel Byrd and Mr Arthur Orr
Ohio Veddlng
Tho Cleveland Plain Dealer says
t A beautiful home wedding cele
bratod at 5 oclock yesterday after
noon woe that of Mlw Florence Lucy
Ross daughter of Mr and Mrs L C
RblS of 10302 Wndo Park avenue
N E to Mr Stanley Barnett Moore
of PAducah Ky Only members of l
the Immediate families witnessed thoi i
ceremony at which Rev J 1L GoldI r
AvenuoI rb I
nor < pastor of tho Euclid Avenue b
Christian church officiated A large hd h
reception followed Tho living Toom I d O
In which the wedding took place was
decorated In paling and rmllax In al i L
tar effect pink ror < JS being the flow t I
ers used The broad hallway was I i
trimmed In smilax and vases of au
tumn flowers and the library In au
tumn flower and foliage Garlands e
of smilax were wound about the stair
railing and covered tho atchoy Tho t t
brides gown was a theer embroider I
tt d lingerie creation with trimming
of lace Silo carried a shower bou 1
quet of bride roses
Supper WI8 served during thet t t
evening at small tables placed uboutt t t
tho rooms Elghfon Wero seated at
tbo brides tablp which hold as af
center piece a batkctof pink rOamsb
A floral wedding boll hung above the
table and the room was decorated d
Iin gurlandtf of smilax and pinkS
hearts h
Mr and Mrs Moore will bo at
home after November 1 at 220 North
Eighth street Paduoali Ky Outof
town l guest nl the woddliig was Miss
Myrtle Hawkins of Paducah
Pleasant Affair
Ail enjoyable tacky party wa
given Init evening at Central Labor
headquarter 11 > y the Ladles Label
league frjios wore awarded to
MiiB Laura Magtior and Mr Orbs II I
Griffin for the mart unique cc ume
An enjoyable program was rendered
luting tho cvonlur following which
irrosbmtnts i
roshmcnts Those participating In
ltllp evenings entertainment were
rI I
For Building I
Brain and Body 1
There isiio food in all 010 world equal to
toI I
Grape = Nuts I
Tliousaiuls luivf voluntarily so testified
Head The Ifond to Vollville hil packages >
Theres a Reason
Postum Cereal Company Ltd Battle Creek Mich
The Girl Who Lives Alone
whether she attends college or goes to business needs the
Perfection Oil Heater It will heat a cold cheerless
boarding house or dormitory room and make it livable It
Miss MaguorUo Clark Mla Demo 1
11I8IJ Watts Mtes Lydia QroMham
Miss Kate Danaher Miss Velma
Golden Mrs George A Watts and
Miss Irene Danaher
Tu Duo Season
This Is what a lot of people I
thought during the bright blye
weather of the past week or so
but did not have the courage to say
right out perhaps It Is a little
saYjriGht saYj
to stow away for next years fare
well summer days Says the social
got pneumonia or wither away like
a flower placed In a hot oven
If It Is for vanity hot clothes
are > not becoming on a hot day and
should it be for comfort then those
in need of wraps on a day llko Mon
day or Tuesday should consulfa
doctor Immediately there Is some
thing radically wrong
Any sort of old summer togs
look better and are moro comfort
ab1e Iiotid
Go to Mississippi I
Mr John CrufribauRb left this
FREE TO YOUMY SISTER Tra ftrlno to Yen Irom and Woman Cvry AHment ltw O >
is always a ready help in the many
things women do for themselves
in their rooms With the damper
top opened it will heat water for
tea or cocoa it will dry the small
articles that a woman prefers to
wash herself in her own room It
will quickly heat an iron or curling
tongs quickly dry wet shoes or
skirtsan ever ready help for the
woman who lives alone d pend
ent on her own resources cThc
Absolutely smokeless and odorlwi i
Is invaluable in its capacity of quickly giving heat It will burn
nine hours with one filling It is safe smokeless and odorless
has a cool handle and a damper topS
An Indicator shows the amount of oil in the font The fillercap Is put In
like a cork In a bottle and Is attached to the font by a chain It has an auto
maticlocking flame spreader which prevents the wick from being
turned high enough to smoke I and is easy to remove and drop back so the
wick can be quickly cleaned I
The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed
in an instant for rewicklng Finished in japan or nickel strong durable well
made built for service and yet light and ornamental
Dtaltrt Lnnwtan If s S at ywi wOe fir dtcrffim cimler
ta t kt utintt ettncy cflhe
Standard lncorporatdS Oil Company
I run n woman
I know woman luffericx 0t <
I bare found tbii cure 5
I wlU mall free of alU tharzfv my hems trust
ratnt with full tastnictkms to anr KJffirw frca
woman ailment I want to tell ell wen atoot
thla curacy ou mynader for rooraelft Tour daacktw
your mother or your later I want to tell you bow
to cure yaunerrra at homo without the help of a
doctor lien cannot ondantaol women tuflerfaas
What we women know from experience we know
belle than Ml docter1 knof that JIO nome treao
nunt u a eafo and lure euro for Leticorrhoe at
WhltUU dI hams Llceratkm DUpUceewnt ox
Falling of the Womb Profuse Scanty or PtMlnl
Period Uttrtie or Ovarian Tumors or OrowtHit
nUo pains In the bead beck end bowels beaded
dqwn IctSazt nervousnaxs creeptac fetHnr us
the aolne unrcnchoy desire to cry foot 1iihep
weariness kidney and bladder trouble wbert
caused by weaknesses pccuritr to our au
I want to Bend ions cotnpMt tusduVCtrusti
elect entirely free to prey to you that you can corf
yonnelf at home raailr Quickly and sorely Re
member that It win cost you MtWnc t > etre tIM
reatnt a complete trial and If yoi abm1ld wish Co cOntinue It viit COlt you onb bout 12 cent I
Ired LrJea than two cents a day It will not IItetfere with your work or occuatkn kilt seed
lIIe ynr name anti addreu teU m how you suffer It JOU wiab end I will oDd Ou the trolrneet
cry ineaso entirely rr4eo In Dtatn wrapper by return mall I will 110 peed ou fJee of cot Bll
bookWOIlIANS OWN MLDiCAL ADVISnR with expacatory illustratIon boicatwb5
iromcnulT Tiind bow they cancaslly cure liemsolre at borne Every woman should have It ant i
ham to think for herself Then when tbo doctor aarYou nun hare an operation yftu eat
decide for yourself Thousand of worsen hare enredtlieinaelvo with toy home remedy It cores lilt
old or younz To Mot her of Daughter I will explain a iropl homo trratroent which wwedilj
ted effectually cure Leaeorrhopa Green Clcknea and Painful or IrrecutoM o tro tJaa fa Younj
LaJUw FluiDDMUEPd health always remit from III UI
Wherercr yoo lire I can refer you to ladle of your own locality who know and will cUdly tel
t2J ulleret that tbll ilonia Treatment raimy cures aU women dieaae land mnalcu womeawell
trorir rmma and robeto Just end me your address and the f roo ten day1 treatment ii yours
ao the 100k WrIte today us you may cot eea this offer arab ln Addrut S
MRS M SUMMERS QosH o South Bend Indr u SA
n n
editor of tho Lexington Leader
A favor I would like to ask of
tho women and girls and that is
please not to wear winter cloaks
and hats until winter comes If you
hare new clothes keep them In the
wardrobe and boxes until this beau
tiful summer weather is over and
there will be long enough to show
them off and Impatience enough
to get them oft in the spring be
fore our usual long siege of cold
blasts Is raised
On tho street car Monday what
did ono see but n lady In a fur coat
Sho looked well and young coatI I
healthy but If sho wears that coat
weather like this sho Is bound to
morning for Meridian lIeso to Join
I his mother Mrs George Crumbaugh
and reside Mr Crumbaugh will
Join his family there next week
Mr Crumbaugh was formerly senior
partner In the boat store of Fowler
Crumbaugu but sold out his In
terest In the business to Mr S A
I Fowler lie and his family will
make their future homo In Meridian
and their departure will be regretted
by their many friends
Australias old age pension scheme
will cost It about J020000 for Its
first fiscal year This amount is ex
pected to increase as tho population
Ayers Hair Vigor
By Our Brand New
Phone 1460
i >
Ferry Boat G W Robertson
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 600 a m
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 845 am
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 200 pm
Leave Paducab for Owens Landing at 530 P1i1
Leave Paducah for Brookport at oOam
Leave Paducah for Broekport at 1200 noon
Leave Paducah for Brookport at 415 pm
Leave Paducah for Livingston Point atoo 845 a m
Leave rducah for Livingston Point at 300 pm
Tables furnished for and parties on application
All afternoon ride for Ladles and Children for 10 testa 0
A Twenty Mile hide for 10 cents
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