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PAGE rOUX THE < PADUCAH EVENING suNfITllmA jrovEMnnn a r
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THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN
AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY
sus punusniivo COMPANY
Incorporated
F It FISHER President
11 J PAXTON General Manager
Entered at the postofflce at Paducah
K7 ai second clan matter
JPBSCIHITIOK UATKll
TUB DAILY BOTI
By Carrier per week 10
Br Mall per month In advance 2
Br Mall per year In advancei800
THE WEEKLY SUN
Tor year by mall postage paid 1100
Addreia THE SUN Paducab Ky
Offlte Ill South Third Phone Its
I 1 tdllortal Rooms
014 Phone 117 New Phone IKS
Payne t young Chicago and New
York representative
repreeentatlvseLpe6alrHlc
N LABlL
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SATUHDAV XOYKMIIRU 5
RCIUnIolCN CITY TICKET
FOR ALDERMENT E Ford grain
dealer Flnli Lack manufacturer C
M Jllker manager West Kentucky
Coal company Joseph Exult commit
don merchant
COUNCILMKN First ward Henry
Gallman grocer Second ward John
McCandleca river man Third ward
Fred linesman eommiseion broker
Fourth ward August Dudile carpen
ter Fifth ward George I Uarrett
furniture dealer Sixth ward John
Wacker cooper long term R So
Barnett grocer short terra
SCHOOL TRUSTKK3 First ward II
R Lindsey medicine manufacturer
Second ward J KFerguson manu
facturer Third ward R T Ifubhaitl
tobacco manufacturer Fourth ward J
K Wanner Jeweler long term and
E E Baker Insuranrn agent short
term Firth ward Christian Kolh
butcher long term William Flower
baggage agent short term Sixth
ward W N Simmons cooper
Dally Thought
He that live jJ ujx > n hop will dlo
fasting Franklin
fastingFrankliuIt
It requires a lot of courage to bo
sensible
sensibleWe o
We still contend that car of
pickles didnt get In till Thursday i
o I
Dont forget there Is a JGOOOO
county jail bond proposition to be
beloted bel
A Missouri horse trader laughed
for hours and It required medical I
attention to make him quit He
must have been the man who
laughed last i
Io I
When we get par Iioueat01 cars
some of us will no longer have carsI I
cultivate that farawaylongaccus
farawuIongaccusItOmOOoureJvlronments
totnodourenvlronracnta expression
when the conductor comes aroulldI I
0
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THJnElSMUCH A STAKE
The men who accepted the Repub
lican nominations for members of
the general council dd so at the fo
foI I
licitation of citizens Interested InI I
supporting the present business ad
ministration during the remainder of
ofII II
Its term This Is an Important year
upon which wo are about to enter
The quadrennial assessment Is to be
made and the tax rate to be fixed
xedjUpon
Upon the work depends to a great
extent the revenues and Improvement
of the city and the expenses of the
property owners Economy and
sound bueinesa judgment are neces
sary We have confidence In tho
faithfulness and ability of the mayor
He should have In the general coun
cil men In sympathy with his Plans
and projects In order that he may
have a free rein In the
management of affairs An adverse
majority In the general council with
so much at slake and a big municipal
campaign approaching would mean
that aspiring politicians could i lo
everything possible In the general
council to embarrass the adminis
tration for the effect U would have
on the next election
olectlono
IS THE PRESS TO I > E A TOOL OF
THE PEOPLE OR POLITICIANS
The Carlisle County News de
mands the reslgnaton of both tho
First district central committeeman
and the executive committeeman
from the First district for the good
of the party
We are glad to observe another
western Kentucky contcmporar > be >
ginning to see fact as they ore
Having proRrewSed to that state of
mind we may hope that by the appli
cation of a little logical mwflnlng to
the matter he may content to a
rational remedy for the trouble
He demands that these gentlemen
be ousted How may wo ask
can they be ousted 7 They are on
trenched behind county organiza
tions and the committeemen that
composo these organizations will bo
chosen each year In a manner doSlK
rated by thjpnisalves and under their
own dlrcjnj Tfuo e mru It tees
arc set perptfiinttng bodies There
Is no way of shaking off the incubus
of atiite self reeking ipoMtlolaiw mi
der thpxprdjejitx system of party gov
ernment
Again what Would the editor of
the Carlisle County News aocom
pllth by ousting these two gentle
men If ho could Would thwy not be
succeeded by other pollUcJans more
or less astute and no more aUmktlc
In their notlone of party loyalty
The editor of the farllele County
News recognizes that there Is some
thing wrong when he attempt to
get rid qf the offending pertons he
cannot and if he conk he would not
better the filiation So he imfl go
u step farther II lId rwonnlre tb > fact
that ipre ent eoudit one are wrong
under which m < n are elevated to
party power and mnntilnpd therein
Then lie must wknowlrdgp the urit i
a j
mate fact thai It la tho conditions
wlihh must be remedied
Tho Denton TribunoDcmocrat ex
los < ed tho same mental processes In
arriving at tho conclusion that the
popular primary under the state elec
tion board at which party com
mil h > nwn as well as candidates
should be named 19 the only remedy
for existing conditions whch have
well night wrecked the Democratic
party In Tennessee and the Itopub
llcan parly In Ohio and Is threaten
ing tho Democratic organization In
the Third senatorial district
After that he says the Initiative
and referendum and the recol
should ppeedlly follow
Much opiKMlUon will be raised to
there measures by pollUcIans now I
entrenched In Power It Is only by
the united efforts of the state press
that reform cancome about and this
effort will ibo opposed by such organs
as owe tholr continued existence to
their support ot some self seeking
I > o11tlclans schemes
Socialism they wIH roll It and
yet wo know that the astonishing
growth of socalltfd socialism In this
country la due a confusion of democ
racy with socialism Every nova
tlon Is now contemptuously dubbed
foofollstlc just as many things till
Democratic and Republican parttei
now espouse wore once Just as con
tomptuotirty dubbed populism
The socialistic party Is < being TO
crusted from the ranks of political
proteetants who are not afraid ot
the sound of a name They are not
socialists at all but real democrats
using tho term In Its governmen
tal and not partisan sense Social
Ism Involves a farreaching reforma
tion of the whole social compact
family relations wages time
recreation and everything else affect
fag social conditions including ree
ligion Unless the two grout parties
heed the protest the soetaltetlo party
will continue to recruit until It ac
complishes its mlyslon but the vast
majority of its members will revolt
at the last against real socialism
As regards politics socialism and
democracy are antipodal Broadly
speaking socialism mean the great
est possible control of the individual
by the government democracy
means tho greatest possible partici
patton by UII Individuals In the gov
ernment commensurate with the
greatest possible Individual freedom 1
of development
The popular primary Is merely anI I
I extension of the theory of democracy
giving the voters the right to choose I
their own party managers as wU as
candidates The Initiative gives heI I
voters tie right to direct legislation
the referendum gives them the right I
to veto legislation the recall glvai
them the right to dismlra Jneonv
potent and unfaithful officials at any
time by popular election 1 just as any j
employer has tho right to dismiss his
Incompetent and unfaithful em J
ployes at any time
1st1 ire any man who pays taxes
and would Ixv willing Mo d nyhm
2
self this prJWlego of protecting his
own Interests Is there any man I I
who believes In popular government
j et denies that the people emmentl i
potent I to decide what they want
These rights and privileges and
responsibilities belong to democracy
democratj1Mt
not to socialism Hy their use the
editor of the Carlisle County News 1 1
could see unfaithful commltteemen jl
II101Sloo t t
101Sloo
effected without rending the party tojl f
pieces as Is being done In Teni
1
ne < ee and the Third district of Ken 1
KenIIItucky
We should like to hear expressions
on this subject from all the press ofe
tho Purchase It la tho one Import a
ant political question of the hour ItC
the press is merely going to stand as
it has done In the past making de <
mands between elections and swat 11 1
11owitsg
Jowlng what the politicians care tot
present to the press during the amI
nalgn well and good but If the r
press is 1 to become a real moulder of
public opinion the press must de1 1
mand a change of conditions With t
the popular1 will controlling party1t
Itorganlzatlon It j
organizations as well as elections h
the power of the press will be mull I
piled a thousand fold instead of reI I
tnalnlng the tool of whatever polish I
cal 1 coterie happens to be In control
at the moment
0 I I 1
CJ
Heard in the Lobby I
a
The younger members of the local L
bar met last night and organized t
the Junior liar association The as I j
soclatlon was organized for the I
benefit of the young lawyers In the I
city and it la expected that all ufE
tho younger attorneys will become t
members The charter members are If
James C Cheek Leslie II Alexi
nndor Edgar T Washburn Charles j
A WIckllffe and Thomas T Neely
The officers elected are Thomas T
Xeely president James C Check
vicepresident and Leslie B Alex
nndor secretarytreasurer I
PAM1EH IIIOtJSEIL R Coiik i f
Mn St Louis S F Smith St Louis 1
F Cox Ixmlsvllla T vMsOrisgor
Frankfort n E lloykln St Loiili
John W Ciwnault Arlington Stella
Salmon Hlckman W IL Prathtw
CincinnatiIJKLVEDERE
IJKLVEDERE Mrs O C Boll
and daughter Metropolis N L nil
bert Murray C Phillips Murray t1
Guy Brooks Sturgis A L Lowe J
laW I
W V Mitchell St Louis C Lr
Moor St Louis la I
NEW RICHMOND Hooper L J
Atchloy ChIcago William Stolnlt
Chicago J F Morgan Princeton
Mr and Mrs K II Jones Memphis I
E llaynes Metropolis II P Bar I
nett Yale Okla William T Lytton t
Brbokport r
I
Tho first cold snap In the fall
brings out some pretty toughlook1 I I
IIll
nk overcoats
1
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Packager
t + Niter sold In bulk
Kentucky Kernels
Third district congressional race
close
losePatten
Patten Stewart dies nt Madison
Illc
vllleThomas
Thomas Robinson dies at Hop
InsvllleTobacco
Tobacco warehouse burns at Hop
Insvllle
Million and half unpooled tobacco
n Davless
DavlessSixtyeight
Sixtyeight cattle at Sbelbrvllle
let 21000
Lexington Interurban to have nJ J
500000 power plant
J X Hazelden Danvlllo falls
from carriage and Is killed
Senator Bradley appoints Ltlllard
democrat whose vote In legislature
sleeted Bradley his secretary
DqCaC1gQp1 7pqmpOpCxS1Ft
VOICE OF TilE PEOPLE
LLCQgi > G f11 7Ct71 C7i
Jdltor of the Evening Sun
More than one socialist who says
he intends to vote the straight ticket
ins told me ho wteho he could do
that 10 as to record his sentiments
far his party and at the cane time
rote for H 11 Llndsey John K
erguson and S T Hubbard for
school trustees In the first three
wards where the Socialists have no
candidates That ccn easily foe done
and I wish you would print this to
day Saturday for the benefit not
only of tho poolallsta but anybody
dee who Is seeking the eamo kind of
nformatlon so that they wHl have
Imo before election to verify what
am saying and by actual demon
tratlon with a ballot learn how to
do It proporly It Is very rtniplis
f a man wishes to vote a straight
Icket he puts his X mark under
ho party emblem That casts his
ote for every man on the ticket
But if after putting his mark under
he eml tem ho ales puts a x mark
u the square marked beside the
name of a candidate on smn0 other
ticket lie votes for that man so
narked on tho qtlior t ekot and for
ivory other man on tho Jacket under
whore ambient he fiutibe X mark
To apply this to tho case in point if
man puts his eX mark under the
oclallst emblem nnd then pulse X
nark In tho square by tho name of
Indoy In the First ward Ferguson
n the Second and Hubbard In the
Third his vote will bo COtllltfill for
every candidate on the toctalltt
Icket and also for Llndey Forgu
ten and Iliibbxrd They may Inquire
bout thU and verify It between this
and election day
A SOCIALIST
II + ITS OXIY A IIKADACHK
Iiypirnelli0ns Ilwiilncna Liver Pills
will cure thAI JO cents Guaranteed
Guaranteedby
1
HIMtmilCAV OITV TICKIrr
FOR AIjDRRMKN T K Ford grain
IpBlsr Jlltls Lack inniiiifuPtiirrr C
t IllUlr manager West Kentucky
Call company Joseph Kxall commix
Inn merchant
COITNCIIMKV First word henry
lallmnn Rrorrr k ccoiul ward John
IrCHiiJIesB river man Third ward
red lluiuiman cnmnilsslon broker
ourlh ward August IluUile rari > i > n >
rr Fifth ward O < orKc U Barrett
urnltura dealer Sixth ward John
backer cooper long term It S
laruU sroccr short term
SCIIOOIj TJUTSTHBH Flmt ward II
t Ilnds y meillrlnn manufacturer
Second ward J KKerKiison innnu
scorer Third ward H T llulilmnl
ibniro nuinnfailurer Fourth ward J
Wanner jewelrr done term1 and
K I linker insiiroiKA agent short
shorterma
erma Fifth ward ChrUtlun Kulh
uther long trrmi William FloWrfrit
DKfrndP agent short term Hth
aril W N tJlinmonn cooper
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Fresh jn in every climate Hot or
cold wet or dry
Adapted to every condition
Rich or poor sick or well
S ited to every color White
black red yellow
Used by every age Childhood
youth manhood old age
Good at all times Breakfast
lunch dinner supper
And in all places At work or
play by day or night
Uneeda
UneedaBiscuit
Biscuit
BiscuitL
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I AT THE CHURCHES >
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Kplscopal
GRACE The Pev D C Wright
rector Monthly j rvlce of holy com
munion for color ju communleaM at
730 ani Sunday school at 9M a
m holy communion and sermon by
tho rector lb45 a m Evening
prayer and Sermon 730 p m
COOD SHKPERD HOUSE
Am madlaThe Rev E O McAllis
ter minister Sunday eohoo 930
a m Morning prayer and wrnwn
1016 1 aoJ in Evening titjxjr and
eormon 3 ponl No night Brrle
l1l1iim I
FIRSTiThe Rev M H DoUd pan
tor Sunday wshbol at 990 a m
Morning subject 1646 a m
Grace Evening1 sermon 7 JO 1 >
m Repentance ind Confession
The Lords Stopper will be observed
In the morning
SECOND the Ttcv J T Matting
It Will llrnlbitlh morning and
ovonhlgf
NORTH TWELFTH STRHTT
The Rev J It 3lark I IPtor Son
day school 930 d m iTOaeklnc at
llam and 7 P 1t by the passer
Sunday school In l3Wlandtow at 2
pm
CliiUtJun J
FIRST Thf JUlVS yf A FHt pas
tor Sunday i fchooT 990 a M
Preaching nt Ul4G a m aad 760
p m by the paftflTr Morning subject
will bo his address delivered before
the state coBVSntlofi at OweMtoro
September 19 HVenlng WbJ H
The Preparation W 1M World for
the Coming of Chrjt I
TENTH STREEi T1ie Rev C D
Wyalt pastor jIltho aehool at 030
a m Preaching to the pastor nt
1046 a m and 7D p m om
it subject POlpwslon In ChrltO
Nome BvenliiRi subject Plcttte
Makle
+
lelhillbl
RROADWAY Jtelle v O T 8u
llvatv pastor liriirfaj Boliool at 9 M I
a m Preaching ifo 46 a m Sub
tort Pauls JoutrtW to Rom and
Its SiRBlflrancqi Ji OjMi of mom
bars will be rMelfft l Si the ei ese or
the service EfiWorlh Iea iif mwi
it 631 p in Ajt 7Wr II u tier
will be a rally jsrlf < of laymen and
the bible tlafnUJr ied 11 l Imi
VllllQin Marble l fn suhjit will b
Moies the imperial Li a 11
The public ItcqftllnUy I lnlt 1 to ir
prewont 8p olal 1 lI1trft at both MIV
celt FOUNTAIN t tEN Hs + Tho Rrv
r 1
i
I COMPARE THE TICKETS
rIClctfI I
nilMOCIl ATIO O1TV TICKHT
ALI > KKMKV Krnost Lackey whole
1hnrrett
sale clothier U If lilirrrtt Initeher
J li Potter rellreUt It O Davie tin
smith
riilNCILMKN First ward OearKe
A llnnnln timer Sconnd ward AI
Foreman Third Wnnl Pat V Irfilly
roHr Fourth wprtl I K Hoof
Krorrr Fifth Ward O K 1Iradf Jot
druggist sixili watt J d Purify Jr
UOIIK tcrii Iw harass vrucrr short
formHCIIHOL
HCIIHOL TRUHTKBS 1lrst word U
J Pelt IriiKKlHl Heeund ward A M
Hose tearlirr third irtirJ Ur It n
Winston or F H 1 May Inmirunrt
Fourth ward Mllui Stewart curiicn
tr long tTtnl J T Ink print r
short irmi Fifth war T II urr
Insurance flung term Dr V H Par
Dana short tprtn Sixth ward K U
HaltiRlvrr Initriier or U T Vim
Vimdrugglat
drugglatUnder
Under Indictment
George W Dank pastor Sunday
school at 9J a m Pfoathlng by
the pallor at 11 I m Sttbjptt of
sermon Sowing and Reaping
tactor
tor at Iticll a in and 710 p m
THIRD STRHBT Tho Rev J II
Pearson pastor lrcaohl j it 11
and 7W Someday wihoel at usual
hourLITTLE
LITTLE g OHAPBL lrNoIIlnt
at 3 p m by UM Rev 4II Ponreoa
0
Irellhllnlnn I
CUMIIKRLAND The Ilev D W
Fooka pester Servico Sunday at
II and tM Christian Kmleavor
at CM aqkjwt Tbe Seam of Iftp
plnocv MornlMe sermon MJMUI
Only Matt XVII 8 If1oMler l Kr
mon Faith and Feree Sam XVII
iL I
fmnn 11ev H W IturwaU
partor 8un4ar sebeel at 9M a rn
Preaching by the peeler at IOti a
in and 730 p m
KKSTUCKT AVMVUH the Iter
R U LaHdl pastor Sunday
ctool at 9M a nt Prwelilng at
5011 a m Subject Spine Ames
yen i lro1le wf CoufcontlnR the
OhurcbM at It Subject of
oflrllleR
Mrmea at 7M p m Our One
DOBBOM Voting poaple of the
cavreti will meet at 090 p t m to or
issue Mclotjr Cordial welcome ex
tended to the public
I publkOcnnnn
Orminn
UNITY HVANOBLIOAL The
lien H 11 WlMMh pastortsain
taT e feel 930 a m On ens
vUOa H te4a a m PftneWng In
MndUb at 730 p m Subject of Mr
JMIn Pievexttves
d IRTbe VIne WNMam
rjroe tV inter Mwtay tctoot
i Tft a m lesson NrYttua 1OU
i m Preach at St Matthews
rJiuril In county at 3 p m Httgllth
ttrvkva at 7M5 i > m SukjMt of
lortnon The > > nv nilon of the
Jailer
Church Xojt
The protracted moling nt the
I Pint Cbrlatian efcurca eloped l tam
evening with a syVndlJ sermon on
the ciilijet t of Repfiiunc by the
Rev Mr CallflIlIrn of Mayfield
Ho retyrnfd home lid > hell lJ1l The
total number of atHironi to the
How Easy You Feel
when you bhve money in the bank
There Is l n wonderful strength and
grout HBtlNfartlon of mind in in bank
account when you know absolutely
you have mnnty for a rainy day
If you are one that docs not have a
bank account you cant Imagine
what poace of mind and content
ment you are missing > midt > now
to l open an account You will Minnie
us later for till suggtunion
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Will lio Pleased to Have
Your Account
CAPITAL 150000
SURPLUS 215000
church as a result of the meeting
wore lo Mrs W C Gray sang
1woro 1
All tho young people of tho Ken
lucky Avenue Presbyterian church I
are asked to meet at 630 p I m Sun
day to organize n society f
The Dodd society of the First BapI I
tlst church will meet at 3 p m Mon t
day at the church hcadquarterc lIOUtt I
Tho Willing Workers society of
the German EvangoHcnl church tlfI I
meet Thursday afternoon < U 31
oclock with Mta Ella Wohl 1i1
North Fourth street
Tho Ramsey society of the Uroad
way Methodist church will meet Mon
day afternoon at 3 oclock nt the
church
TO SHITflLAND
IIODV < to DR I I IIUIKV IS
TAKIIN
Popular Young IhnlUt llurliMl In
tViiiilcry ill Vnllvo
Town
I Accompanied by a score of frtonds
and hid relative the body ot Dr
Frank F l Duloy the dentist who did
at 2 ocloekyot rday afternoon was
taken to bill oW homo at SmlthMnd
at 12X oclock this afternoon on
the packet boat Ohio whKh Pae
chartered The funeral was held qt
t oclock at the homo of hilt father
Dr II 11 Dulay tho Rev Willis
lterce pastor I of tho Baptist ohuroh
ometattng Durlal was in the Bmhh
land seraoiorjr
Tho Ohio will return at G oclock
this evening lying ever nt smlthland
UBtll after the funeral Tlio pull
llOlrer Wen Dm Q B Froag J
V Vorle M l M I ClWre i aid Mown
I VIM R Hotxlrick llaynot DOha and
Tom Senders
Dr DuUyc death was sudden and
a shock to his friends He suffered
ia 1410 hemorrhage of the stomach
but Tuesday and at time time ho was
baroljr mv d from bleeding to death
Ho had bun weak and delirious
alM and never lulll regained con
BcJonaaon He kCtt better rot r
df morning titan uwal but died I
upon awftkoBtog HU fancily n atI
his bedside at the end
im death earned 1 armI oat of Is
ducah mot tnieMtaful de Rii U Dr
Dutojr wall born I Doeombw St 187t
at SmUhlaKd where ho received nj
roBtmoB wheel ediiaallen After fin
lafalng his sutdles he de Wed to pre
pare himself fAr a JaartMelat sad
I worked IE I a drat afore at kit home
lows for n short time Lar lie
ptih ufielbiaSllaawlrMM
Ohio college f Distal l Jtargory IK I
ClMtaBail tram whisk he wu grid
ICtu I Itlil lie tben oen 1 l e
Psdeeai and Unlit ap a kuw 6 peas
tree He pee regarded as one ef the
beet local UeatUU lie wall a morn
bar of the Southwestern KowtnoVy
Uotttat l aModattan which was recent
ly orKaErized but betoagpd to po
lodge lie beeamo a member of the
lApleeopal ebiir h wife atlendfeg
toilette at Cincinnati Dr Dual was
quiet and unanurolnc and team a
bMt of frlomJf Ha was remembered
by many lieautUtil floral tribute
S rvtvlng Ulfii arc bU father Dr
U II Duley of SmUatand one
brother Dr H H Dulojr Jr of 141
4tr h and two elMcrt MM Uen
Pierce and Mrs Illla DIIIM both of
SmlthkndAm
AnHNIl those who naeampa fo < l tho
body went Attorney J n Oregon
Attorney C 0 OrMHHain Cido
D vlt > Sam Aboil Mr and Mrs
David Dunn Mr and Mrs Joha K
Hewlrtck Mr and Mrs Lacy IHIIIII l
H H McGwire Dr M M Cooler and
others
Mr J It Mom of North Blttb
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