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t PAGE SIX r THE PADUOAH EVENING SUN1j4tTL11111Y NOViMUUU 3
1 I 4j
4 qbe
Revolution
in baking methods which gave the
world Uneeda Biscuit also resulted in a
1
I
lie
2a Package
I Never sold in bulk
ttlltNever
Revelation
in soda cracker quality You
realize this the moment you
open the royal purple package
and find soda crackers so tempt
ing and good that they cannot
1 be resisted III 1 J
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tLearning to Cook
For goodness sakos John how
long did you boll thc o eggs
Just as long as you told mo to
m dear
dearImpossible
n Impossible Theyre hard as
bricks
I boiled them Just 12 minutes
Twelve Why I told you that
three minutes was long enough for
an egg
eggYes
Yes dearbut I boiled four of
them Cleveland Leader
I Rlyft Cream Balm has been tried
nnd not found wanting In thqueand
of homes all over tho country It
lias won a place in the family medl
clno closet among tho reliable house
hold remedies where it Is kept at
band for use In treating cold in The
head just aa soon AS Como member
of the household begins tho prelim
Inary sneezing of muffling It giver
immediate relief and a day or twos
treatment will put a stop to a cold
l ° which might If not checked become
chronic and run into a bad caso oC
catarrh
Dog collars of ono two or three
strands ot jet ore seen with black
gowns Worms
Cascarct are certainly fine I give a friend
one when the doctor was treating him for cancer
panedk
k four neer of a tapeworm He then cot a box
E and In three day be paRed a tapeworm 45 feet
boa It was Mr Matt Creek of Millcnburg
Uaiiphlu Co Pa lam quite a worker for Casa
Tell I the them myself and find them beneacla
for most any disease caused by Impure blood
bloodChaa
Chaa It Condon tewlston Pa Mlfflln Cat
Iteattnt Palatable Potent Tails Good
Goodno
Do Good Noyer lckea Weaken or Grips
Ik2Sc Sec Near sold la bulk Tae enn
tae tablet stamped C C C Ouaracteed to
Tiro or your money back 921
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The remedy for
Wwi folds BIT Ferer
and imkmvutbm Irtlutlom I
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I bnDc > UDoitunldi > chinciIrea
mat Uiriut or urinary oiyaoi
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Cf norrfccei and Cunnings i
CunningsIli S
M 40 HOURS Cures Kid < AU
pet and Dladder Troubles
GRAY HAIRS BANISHED
Tho old Idea of using sago for darken
Ins tho hair Is again coming In vogue
Our grandmothers used to bare dirk
glossy hair at the age of wcntyfive
while our mothers have white hair before
thry are fifty Our grandmothers used
to wake a sage tea and apply it to
theIr hair The tea made their hair soft
and flossy and gradually restored the
natural color Ono objection to usIng
such a preparation was the trouble bt
nakln It especially as It bad to be
made every ITO or three days on account
of it souring quickly This objection awe 1
been overcome and by asking almost
noy frd telass druggist for VTyeths Saf e
end S lplrar the public can get a su
Iperlor I preparation of MW with the ad
mixture of sulphur another valuable rem
edy for hair and scalp troubles Dally
uw of this preparation will not only
jdictly Store tho color of the hair but
vill 110 Step the hair from falling out
and nuke It prow It is Iold by all
drurgls + for 50a and 5100 a bottle or
h scat dlret by fun AWtb CIr nleal
Coarpaoj 74 Tortlandf St New York
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RIVER NEWS
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River Stages
Pittsburgh 48 OC TkO
Cincinnati 54 09 rise
LoulEvlllo 72 01 fall
Evanivflle 33 01 rise
Mt Vornoni 31 01 faH
Mt Carmel 28 01 fall
Nashville 74 hO < std
Florence 1 02 OO std
JolmsonvIUe 11 01 fall
11CI
Cairo CI QU fall
St Louis 23 01 fail
PAducah 28 00 std
Durnsidc 04 oQ std
Carthage M 1 88 00 std
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River Forecast
Tho Ohio here will remain about
on a stand for the next 24 hours
I Todays Arrivals
Ohio Golconda
George Cowling Metropolis
J T Reedcr Cairo
Robertson Owens landing Brook
port and Livingston Point
Todays Departures
Ohio Golconda
Cowling Metropolis
Robertson Owens landing Brook
port and Livingston Point
Denton Tennessee
Bob Dudley Evansville
Kentucky Waterloo Ala
lllvcr ItlpplcM
Gauge at 7 a m read approxi
mately 28 feet showing a stand
since yesterday Weather cloudy and
coldCaptain
Captain Robert D Crider master
of the Bob Dudley now plying tho
PaducahEvansville trade loft today
for his homo at luka Ky for a
visit Captain Frank White is in
command of tho Dudley
Arriving from Kvansvlllo at 7
oclock last night the Bob Dudley
left at 10 oclock this DUdleYl
a return trip She experienced no
difficulty on account of low water
Low water may compel tho John
L Lowry to withdraw from the
Evansvlllp trade She Is towing a
covered barge on which most of her
freight is stored She is duo back
Monday
The Kentucky after receiving
freight at tho whnrfboat will leave
at G oelpck this evening for River
ton Ala She will return next
Thursday
Tho Clydo Is duo out of the Ten
nessee river Monday night and
make a return trip next Wednes
sIday
dayCapt I
Capt E Await went to Smlthland
today in tho Cutaway II for a log
raft which he delivered to the Mar
shal Box company at Metropolis MarI
Tho Charles Turnbr with her der
rick boat which has been working
workingI I
at the wreck of the sunken steamer
Walter Nccdhain at Brookport came
over last night for coal and stores
Tho Mary Anderson returned yes
terday from Cascyvlllo
Tho Ohio loft for Golconda at
230 oclock today and will return
tonight or tomorrow to go on tho
merino ways There will be no regu
lar Golconda packet next we k
Tho Georgo Cowling made her
two regular trips between Metrop
olis and Paducah on time today
Tho ferryboat G W Robertson
will lie over hero tomorrow to clean
boilers having called off tho excur
sion for tho afternoon
The towboat Thomar II Denton
got away for tho Tennessee river to
day for a tow of ties
Crews are hard to get down on
the Mississippi nnd from Cairo to
toI I
New Orleans boats arc tied up on
both sides of tho river 120 a
month hag beep offered but the
theJ
4a
roustabouts wont work Tho heavy
shipment of cotton and the strenuous
time required from the roustabout
whose only sleep is gotten between
stops of the boat is given as the
cause of the strike
The towboat Catherine Davis
which recently sank at Huntington
W Va has been raised and will be
carried to tho dry docks where re
pairs will bo made A halo eight
feet long was stove in her hull
The New Orleans TimesDemocrat
of Thursday says Another line of
steamboats is to operate in tho
Bayou Techo trade according to E
M Quinn ricepresident of the Twin
City Towing company of Morgan
City who is in the city in tho inter
ests of his company The company
will inaugurate the service with the
departure of the first boat aSlurday
The D A Doylo and barge which
boat has only lately been acquired
by tho company will make the first
trip Tho Patricia another ot the
companys boats and a barge will
also be put in tills service Tho
boats will make trips up Bayou
Techo as far as Baldwin La
The little Paok < t boat J T
Reedor which set tall for Cairo yes
terday morning at 8 oclock is over
due and is expected > back this after
noon or tonight She Is running In
place of the Dick Fowler which Is
lying here on account of tow water
The Rcodor will leave at 8 a m
Uohday for Cairo
Rivcrmcn toilovo there will bo a
general rainfall within the next 72
hour and are looking for a rise in
the Ohio river
FIRST PARLIAMENT
IIIMSI ASSKMHIA > VILL UK
COVOKII ix lout
fter Announcement Dragon timer
and Paper JUmteriiH Placet Over
Every floor
Poking Nov GAn official decree
was issued announcing than an Im
perial parliament tho firstln tho
history of China would bo convoked
in 1913
1913This la a cdncesslon on the part
ot tho throne to the demands of the
recently constituted senate delega
tions of the provisional assemblies
which recently memorialized the
i government In behalf of time early
constitution of a general legislative
body
The decree set forth tho parlia
ment would bo convened In three
years < Tho police wont from hous
to IIOUBO Informing the occupants of
tbef dlci Presently the dragon ban
ner and paper lanterns appeared
above every door Beyond this there
was no public manifestation over tho
news
AXOTIIKIt KTKIKK OX TAP
Philadelphia Street Car Motoniiei
May Strike
Philadelphia Nov GAt a mass
meeting of the Philadelphia Rapid
Transit companys employes the men
gave the executive commission and
national ofilcers power to call n
I strlko of motormen and conductors
whenever they deemed It expedl
eat The same men woro vested
I with like authority a short time be
fore the strlko last February
IPills I
PalsVy shawls will be made up In
to muffs as well as scarfs for winter
I fashion Ili I
DR DODD PREACHES
OPENING SERMON
AT MllTltfr KUNKItUj ASSOCIA
I TION AT OVXTIIIAXA
Special Preparation Mmlo to Itc
celvo Guest iiinl liitcrfstlni
lutereslhig1nigrniu
THE MINISTERS TO CONVENE I
Cynthlana Ky Nov GTho sev
entythird annual meeting ot the
Kentucky Unptlsts will convene in
this city November 1418 This IB
a state meeting and should the
churches and district associations
send their full quota of delegates
there would bo nu aggregation equal
to half the population of Cynthlana
or about 2500 delegates Tho local
committee on entertainment arc ex
pecting GOO delegates
Tho business ot tho association
will be to hear reports and discus
sion of the followlng subjccts State
Missions Homo Missions Foreign
Missions Sundayschool and Col
portage Church Building Evange
lism Sanitarium Young Peoples
Work Ministers Aid Society Or
phans Home Religious Press and
Laymens Movement
Tho RevM E Dodd of Paducah
or his alternate tho Rev L II
Irvin of Ilarbourville will preach
the annual sermon
Officers of tho association arc J
A Both D D moderator Taylors
vlllo Ky John L Hill secretary
Georgetown Ky
The ministers meeting of the
Kentucky Baptists will convene on
Monday night November 14 two
days before the association meets
at the Cynthlaua Baptist church
The program for tho ministers
meeting is as follows Monday night
sermon S J Cannon ot Louisville
Ky Tuesday November 1C 2 to
215 p m devotional exorcists A
B Gardner Beaver Dam Ky 216
to 2HB address or essay on Cul
tural Discipline Charles S Card
nor of Louisville Ky 24C to 3
general discussion 3 to 330 ad
dresses on the Pastor and Ills
Books by J 8 i Hill D D Bow
ling Green and W n Nowlin D D
MayOeld ado to 345 general die
cession 346 to 411 Baptist
Principles in Home Life A C
Davidson D D Covlngton and
Charles Anderson Rnssellvlllo 415
to 430 gcncrnldtscuMlon Wednes
day November 1C 8 to 10 a m
memorial serriccr W W Lnndrum
D D LL D Louisville Ky tor
the committee Adjournment prayer
of dismission byJ G Bow of Louis
ville Ky
Extensive preparations are being
mado by the local church for the en
tertainment of tho delegates All
the people of tho city will assist in
entertaining The M 1 E church
south of this city has offered tho
use of the churchs basement for the
serving of noonday lunch each day
during tho association
The Rev C W Elsey the pastor
temperature
The cele
brated Down
bratcdUownDraft
Draft creates
I perfect cojn
I bustion in the
bustfonintheHeatqr
Heatqr BO
WILSONi i I thatthewholc
of tho First Baptist Church or tillS
city and his committees arc ener eiI
getic In their efforts preparing for
the entertainment and welfare of
this largo assembly
HexnmvlhyluiictctrTimliio
Is tho namo of n German chemi
cal one of the many valuable Ingre
dients of Folcy8 Kidney Remedy
llcxnmtohylonctctramlno Isrocog
nized by medical text books and au
thorities as a uric acid nolvont and
anti lcptlo for the urine Take Kol
eys Kidney Remedy promptly at the
first sign of kidney trouble and avoid
a various malady Gilberts drug
store
I rnldJre
Pay I UK Oil 11 Orwlso
Why are you so auxiouu to go to
the weeding
An enemy of mlno Is to bo best
mgn and I may get a chance to soak
him with nn old shooCrOOlt
Mr Otto Paul Molwaukco Wis
says Foleys Honey and Tar 10 still
more than the bud Ho writes us
All those that bought It think It Ii I
time boat for coughs and colds they
ever had and I think it Is still more
than tho beet Our baby had a bad
cold and It cured him In ono day
Pleofo accept thank Gilberts
drug store
Mr OGllvy Hows Donal tho
day Mrs McCrabbT
Widow McCrabblIes dold
Mr OGllvy Did ho no say cnny
liming about yon woe pot o paint I
lent hhnTbo Sketchi i
Staarns pfoctrfo
Rat asxl Roach Paste
It I > tt llr euntd M titoraluu nu
rear c ff i c > ILd tm
itMJ y ta r iu twiur un trace tor II
tfiltM rata aa4 ale e of tar Law lo ilw I
M Lel II II tlle I
lea 51 = Is M be tlt aouhrilrwtut
or MBI < IMM > Nsad on mUpl pi lev
IIUIB ttttnie run ci cum Ill I
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
Are now rlpo Choice cut
bloom or fine plants
Bulbs of our own importa
tion Hyacinths Narcissus
Tulips and Chinese Barred
Lilies
PINE uitai aoiu risii
Artistic Floral Design to
Order
CLT ILOWKIIS Ol ALL
KINDS
KINI49ddua11
9SKSSSK Ity
ago Ilro < hvny
Both Phonua sot or 107
The Fidelity Underwriters of New York
Tho worlds strongest and largest Fire Insuranco Co Assets 3C
millions policyholders surplus 19 millions
THE FRIEDMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
Office JU8 Broadway Ih > th PlioiiM
If the Floor is Warm theL <
r
Whole Room is Warm
The fire in the Wilson heater gives out heat
Heater is so perfectly instead of just the top
under control that with portion ns is the case
very little attention to wfca other heaters You
the dampers your know of course that hot
rooms can be kept in n airrises so that when the
constant healthful Wilson heals the floor as
well as tho
upper air of
the room tho
whole room
remains at n
steady even
HEATER temperature
we also nave ODYIlr lU atuve ripe rn uutu noun
Zinc i Shovels and Stpve ollsh
I
j HANK BROS
CITY TRANSFER CO I
C L Van Motor Manager
All Kinds of Hauling Storage and
tr
PackingY
Both Phones 499
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HAVE YOUR HOUSE CLEANED
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By Our Brand NewI I
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ESTIMATES ClIKKUiaLlA FURNISHED
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Equip your car with a not Jot four film HAVINtt JACKS
they will only cost you tffloo and will innko oqr tiros last Indefi
nitely Remember its tho weight that kills Tiro 87 vl UK Jacks
remove tho weight except for tho few hours you arc Using tho car
I
AITO UODV GLOSS is really n surface food for It hrlnlI I
bark that new gloss to varnished surfaces No work very little 1
expense ISOO per gallon 7Cc per quart Its sront stuff Wo t
recommend It heartily I
Kentucky Auto 4 Machine Co
II fl FiShIER Prop Sixth and Jcffcnon fit
4f i
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F Render Coal r
I THATS ALL I
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CENTRAL COAL 4 IRON CO
Incorporated
Phonos 370 Office 9 6 Trimbler
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t i TIME TABLE
It
Ferry Boat G W Robertson 1
Leave Paducah for Owen Landing atI I MI I 600 a m
Leave Pnduuh for Owens Landing at 84Cam I
Lea Paducah for Owens Landing at 200 p m
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at rl0 pm
Leave Paducah for Brotkporl atu TOO a m I
Leave Paducah for Brockport st 1200 noon
Leave Paducah for 11roek ort at 416 pm i f
Leave Paducah for Livingston Point atr r ° Vd 845 a tS4
Leave Paducah for Llrlugctoa Point at fI fftu 100 KJB
Tables furnUlicd for ant parties on Application
All afternoon ride for relies and Children for 16 ray
A Twenty Mile Hide for 10 ntllJ J
JOHN K ItOLLINB Matter 1
S
EeDe HANNAN
SID Kentucky Awe 1 4
The PlumberC
Y
We are now located in our new
Home opposite the new fire
station
1
I ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RIGHT
DO you wish your bums wlrod
for electric lights
DO you wish electrical work
of any kind done
DO you need now chandeliers
or electrical appliances In
your homo
DOES your cloister require m
specialists attention T
DO you wish the boat lighting
service for tho least money
DO you know that cheap ma
tonal nnd bad workman r I
ship means poor lights in tit
your homo 1
DO you know wo use tho best
material on tho market In
our electrical installations
DO you know wo pay our
electricians above time union
icalo to obtain tho best
One Thing You Know Our Prices Are the Lowest
Then Why Not Try Us 1
MITGHELl MACHINE ELECTRICAL CO
Old Phono 415 or New iNiano 421 f23 Jlrotlwar
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