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LOAN SHARKS ARE
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ADVANTAGE OF NItCItd5lTllis
WaiUlncton Oct 2010 several
American cities attempts MO being
made tb eradicate the usury evil of
loan sharks and pawn chop by the
establishment of low Interest loan
societies conducted simply to meet
their operating expenses A band of
philanthropist I In Chicago 111 with
apparent success has established n
pawn society which loam money
upon pledges at one pr cent per
Talk About Solid
Comfort
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y you just want to see how much
there Is in one ot our new parlor
stoves They heat a room In no
time and are as attractive as nity
article In the room Take a look a1
them They are so pretty you wont
feel like taking yotlri down whci
sijmtner c tees Tho + Wilson Air
Tight fdr coal or wood will hold
fire 24 hours
HANK BROS
Phone 105
222 =
r CIGARs C
Are safest for Quality and
° a Flavor or as well as for
Health Made under moat
I hygienic conditions of
DtMlESf 1C HAVANA
They cant be beaten by any
tencent cigar on the market
Visit our factory and see
how they arc made Try one
acid see how they taste
t We give cpuppns wl h every
purchase Come in and look
1 over oir premiums Over SCO
to select from
The Smoke House
333 Broadway
i Opt Wnllerstclns
MEN Kidney troublo preys upon
and the mind discourages and
WOMEN lessens ambition beauty
vigor and cheerfulness soon disap
pear when tho kidneys are out of
order or diseased For good results
use Dr Kilmers Swamp Root tho
Croat kidney remedy At druggists
Sample bottle by mall free also
pamphlet Address Dr Kilmer Co Ding
hnmton N Y
month as compared with tho usual
diarjto in that > city by private brok
ers of ten per cent per month The
idea l In this country Is a copy of the
municipal pawn societies of several
Burop an cities
Aii account of ono of these Is
given In a report to the state depart
ment by Copse Henry II Morgan
It Is tlie municipal pawn society of
Amsterdam HolIjavJ Uuown as the
hank van Leenlns This Is probably
the oldest pawn shop In existence
It was started in the early part of
the evnt enth century Tho carl
let record loan made by this Insti
tuton was on April 29 1014 The
business Is stHl conducted In the
ordinal building erected for It at
that time though 15 branch offices
have been opened throughout the
city to fleet the ever Increasing dl
mands of tbo buBluea
To show the ebl y fanWIIarltyf
I with the bock Mop which long
contact with this venerable ItwtlUt
tlon has bred in HoKud r OOUML
Morgan elates that it Is tho custom
of vast number of the
a poorer I
I j Amsterdam to pawn ther Sunday
beet < clothes oh Monday monUns
redeem them Saturday nlpht and
soak them again on tho following
Monday morning thus anirin their
Uso for the Sunday ottlf ng Over 40
per cent of the buiinma of the
Dank van Leonins which amounts
amountsI I
yearly to over a million doll Is
of pledges of this classtduwbold I
n1tl 1epptr
Tho rates of Interest cimrrfod run
according to the kind of floods
pawned from Gto 13 per cent per
annum Amsterdam has never pkied
a single law l upon Its statue fcodta
regulating the interest di lrgl of
pawn shops simply beMuse the com
petition pf the municipal goeletr ban
practically run them out of buifnew
Deskles tho Interest charges there le
a fee demanded on all pledges to
meet the administrative expanse of
the IntltuUon This Is only from
001 to 10 an article Yet from
these sources of income and from
the salp of unredeemed pledges and
rents for offices in the tanfc build I
ing the Dank van Inciting insures I
every article which It linkS fir pawn
pensions all old erirpToyGe afttt tSelr
widows and olpaTs thr e per ant ou
Its inveSTment
inveefmbritEach
Each pledge is hold for alx niaqih
and then falling its redenipttdti Vf
the owners la 1 sold at public auction
after being advertised for tW6 dts
The capital of the tank is Jli 2 80
Its annual revenue Is about SfOJ
a year It contributes 5 Odd a year
1to 1 Its pen < on fund
I i Tho Bank van Ironing Is strlctfr
a munlcfpal affair the bu Intesl0
ling conducted by five directors np =
pointed by the city government and
by the Burgomaster or mayor Bjl
Us charter it te reatrlftted In earnings
1to 1 three per cent net on its invest
meat and each three years its
schedule of charges U made deer 10
that the estimated Income will
amount to only tho three per cent
The Institution is under strict police
supervision and this baa made the
business of fencing or handling
stolen goods very dangerous In Hol
land as at test it is difficult Mr
other pawn shops to show legUInmto
reasons for remaining in this buSt
Ines I
mess9tt11
j
iI i I Stlll blind may Le
a tightly place
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< BUY YOUR COAL NOW
THE usual advance in price will come very
soon now Buy while you can at sum
mer prices a
RENDER COALmBest and Cleanest
I
CENTRAL COAL 4 IRON CO
Phones 370
n
I ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RIGHT I
DO ypu wish your home wired
for electric lights T
DO you wish electrical work
of any kind done
DO you need new chandelier
or electrical appliances In
your borne
DOES your elevator require a
specialists attention T
DO you wish the best lighting
service for tho least money
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DO ypu know that cheap ma
terial and bad workman
ship means poor lights In
your home
DO you knowwe use tho best
material on the market In
our electrical Installations
DO you know wo pay our
electricians above the union
icalo to obtain the best
One Thing You Know Our Prices Are the Lowest
Then Why Not Try Us
MITCHELl MACHINE ELECTRICAL CO
Old Phone 435 or New 1 hose 428 123 Urondwny
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Home Comfort Assured by Using
Coles Original Hot Blast s
have comfortable living rooms
It means comfort and health for you and your family to
We want to sell you one of these truly marvelous heaters
We know it will give you more home comfort for the money you spend for fuel than you
have ever had before
The same comfort you would get from the most costly Hot Water or Steam Heating
Plant you could buy And besidesColes Hot Blast Heater is better because you can regu
late it perfectly
Coles Hot Blast Heater gives a steady even heat day and night using for fuel the cheapest
Hard Coal Heater and c sts you less than
grades of soft coal It is as clean as the highest priced
the winter because your fuel bill willtis
half the moneycosts less than half to operate throughout your tis
be cut in two Surely this is the Heater you want and will have this winter
This Original Hot Blast Stove has patented features which insure an everlasting airtighti 4
and gastight construction No leaky stove will hold fireremember that
Coles Patented Hot Blast Draft insures perfect burning of the gases in coal l which makes V
known Soft coal is half and IS wasted with other stoves
this heater the greatest fuel l saver ever gas
M We are authorizea Jby the Cole Manufacturing Co to 1 sell thIs heater on the most rigid guar
antee ever made by any stove manufacturer The Remarkable Guarantee is
lA saving of one third in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same
size with soft coal slack or lignite
1 2Tnat Coles Hot Blast will use less hard coal for heating a given space
than any base burner made with the same size fire pot
A 3lhat the rooms can be heated from one to two hours each morning
with the soft coal or hard coal put in the stove the evening before
4That the stove will hold fire with soft coal from Saturday night until
Monday morning
Think what this economy of fuel means to you Think of the comfortno kindling or
rebuilding of the fire in the morning Simply open the draft You live in an even temperature I
health Uneven temperature means colds or worse
which means to your family
Burns any kind of fuelSoft Coal Hard Coal Slack Lignite or Wood t
Over 60000 of Coles Hot Blast Heaters sold during the year of 1909a J
Come in at once and make your selection
I
YOUR
CREDIT
CREDITIS
IS GOO
E WATTKIISOX IXIHOTKI
Editors Son Charged with Axsnlilt
In First Degree
Kingston N Y Oct 2CEwlng
Wntterson Son of Col Henry Wet
tenon editor of the Louisville Cour
ierJournal today was indicted for
assault In the first degree charged
with shooting Michael J Martin in
Martins saloon at Baugertles on
July 1 Vm D Brlnncr VVattor
song counsel will apply for n com
mission to determine his clients
sanity
IWhy I
Why is mignr encct
If sugar did not dissolve In the
mouth you conld not taste tie sweet
mOVES TASTELESS CHILLTON10
Is as strong as tthe strongest bitter
I tonic but you do not taste tho bitter
because the Ingredients do not die
solvo in the mouth but do dissolve
readily In the acIds of the stomach
Is just as good for Grown People kg
for Children The First and Original
Tasteless Chill Tonic The Standard
for 30 years BJo
nscDo1nnRY
cojrrnoMisE BOUXDRY
Santa Fe N II Oct 2ftA now
compromise tho cession by Texas of
El Paso county to New Mexico of
tho old boundary dispute between
belweenI I
New Mexico and Texas was proposed
by ItuJoro rmijo member of the
11 dew Mexican cou itutlQnal canyon i
SA uniform heat day nnd night with soft coal hard coal or lignite
U6Thnt every stove will remain absolutely airtight ns long as used
7Xjat tho feeddoor is and will remain smoke and dust proof t
8rhat the AntiPuffing Draft will prevent puffing
U All we ask Is that the stove shall be operated according to directions BndI I
connected with a good flue
USfgncd COLE MANUFACTURING CO Not I 1t
Makers of the Original Patented Hot Blast StoycJ
F N GARDNER Jr CO
114 = 116 South Third StreetI
Uon and chairman of tho commute
on boundaries
boundariesNow
Now Mexico lays claim to all of
Texas extending west of the 103 <
parallel a narrow strip of lAnd
something like 200 miles long or
tho torn border of tho Texas Pan
handle Mr Armljo urged that El
PalO would like tho change Ins
much he declared as that dlstrlc
has threatened to cccedo from Texa
and form a new state
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE nnOMO Quinine tM
world wide Cold and Grip remedy re
moves cause Call for full name
Look for signature E W GROVE
25c
2ucThe
The Evening 5nnIOc n Week
A LAHGE EXCLUSIVE SE
LECTION1 OP FALL AND WIN
TIm WOOLENS NOW HEADY
FOIL YOtH INSPECTION WE
CAN INTEREST YOU IN
PRICES AND QUALITY PIT
AND SATISFACTION GUAR
ANTEED
ANTEEDHARMELING TAILOR
IHAR I
r22 Hroadvrny
I EttnblMivd lHHtf
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Ion PUIJLIO PHINTIXO RINDING
AND PAPER
Sealed proposals will bo received
at the office of tho Secretary of
State Frankfort Ky until noon
Tuesday November 1C 1910 for
execution of tho Public Printing and
Binding In separate contracts and
furnishing paper envelopes and eta
tionery for tho term of two years
i from and after tho first day ot Jan
uary next ensuing at a certain rate
per centum not to exceed the rates
specified In tho law Including the
furnishing of the paper for election
ballots and Its delivery to tho BOV
oral clerks under tho provisions ot
tho tact of tho General Assembly
passed at the extraordinary Bosalon
1900 which act was approved Octo
her 10th 1000
The law governing the Public
o
Printing and Binding and furnish
ing stationery for tho State is em
braced In the act of Juno 20 1805
Chapter 100 Kentucky Statutes and
In tho act last above referred to
Sample copies of tho Teachers
tnd Hubdlstrlct Trustees Record
1 look may bo seen at tho once ot
thin Superintendent of Public Print
Ing whore blanks for bidding to
gether with copies of the specifica
tions under which tho contracts will
be lot may also be obtained
WII1Ibe
A bond ot 11000000 must ac
company each bid Solvent guaran
tee companies will bo accepted in I
lieu ot personal security
Address all bids to
m L DRUNER Secretary of
State Frankfort Ky
and each bid should bo endorsed on
tho outside of tho envelope contain
ing It with tho name of the bidder
and marked Proposals for tho
Public Printing and finding and
Furnishing Stationery
AUGUSTUS E WIILSON
WIILSONChairman
Chairman
HEN L DRUNER Secretary
Frankfort Ky Oct 1 1010
YOURCREDIT
CREDIT t
CREDITIS J
IS GO ODft r
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The Rest Ho Could
A member of tho faculty of a New
England university tells of a fresh
man who was asked by ono of tho
professors whether ho had proved a
certain proposition In Euclid
Well sir replied tho freshman
proved Is n strong word But I
will say th X i haVo rendered it
1zlno 1
tine I
Never kick tho man who told you
PO unless he reminds you that ho did
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LrTIME STABLEt
Ferry Boat G W Robertsont
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 600 a m
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 845a nu
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 200 pm
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 530 pm I
Leave Paducah for Droekport at toO am l
Leave Paducab for Drookport at 1200noollI I
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Leavo Paducah for Droekport at 415 pm
Leave Paducah for Livingston Point at 84Gn m
Leave Paducau for Livingston Point at 300 pm 1r 1
Tables furnished for aid parties on application M i1 i
All afternoon ride for Ladles mid Children for 10 eeats
A Twenty Mile Ride for 10 centsJOHN
JOHN H ROLLINS MMtpr I
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