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The Paducah evening sun. (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, November 16, 1910, Image 5

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I few Arrivals
J f feadfes Long Separate
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t e Goats = = Black and
> 01 < Colors
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4 q 900 to 3250
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f 4 sit Sllldl 8
f Dr Gilbert Osteopath C42
Broadway Phones 196
Rubber stomps seals brass
stencils etc at The Sun omcoi i
Dalton Dye Works have moved
to 114 Soutf Fifth street
Free city and farm real I estate
prlco list Whittcmore Fraternity
building Phones 835
Sign writing G R Sexton
1 A t Dalton Dyo Work have moved
to 114 South Fifth street
We servo Booths oysters day
and night Ducbnnans restaurant
219 Kentucky avenue
This years crop of Fall Bulbs
direct from Holland now on sale at
Urunvoni 5S9 Broadway
F SunnT Hollow Still Homo
f whiskey SO cents per quart Bleder
1 i man Distilling Co 111 North Third
treetI I
f 915 for taxicab rcrvlce 6pcoial
attention to theaters meet a3 trains I
1 A J t7 South Fourth Tho car with
It I the yellow wici wtthI I
The Ladies Lsbbl League of I
t Ute Contra Labor Union will give a
danCo at the Three Llnkn building on I
I i ThUpMay night Hlllman band
t will fvrnlth the music 1
bold thief who stole a round metal
porch table from tho front porch of
Mr James Rudys residence on Itm1
t lucky avenue between Sixth and
lo Rbventh streets tome time Monday
It 4night I 1
ItMr1 Salllo Fritz Is 111 nt her
hcrlI I
I Somo sneak thief with a taste
II for Thanksgiving turkoy stole a
fine fat turkey from the coop of Mrt
V a Garner 400 South Sixth street
ten night The bird was purchased
several days ego and was being fat
tened and made ready for the
Ttmnkvgtvlnc day feast
The Woraant Christian Tom
soh r11eranco Union will meet In regular
oiiion tomorrow afternoon at tho
f r
Friends are Invited and a cordial wei
r come extended o all
Patrolman nnd Mrs Frank
I JlaUuMKe of WIHIo street are tho
parents of flno baby boy
AJwt I > nwr nce a worker at tho
I basket factory of the Federal Crate
i Basket company was struck over
the head by a sprocket chain this
t r fS I morning Dr W It Pardons
f dreiwed 1 tho Injury
Hose companies Nos 3 and 5
r and track company No 4 wore
wa w I
Piping Hot Drinks
And how delicious they
Ji nre when tho thermome
4 ter hovers round tho bot
artons and yon are chilled
tljroujjh and through
I t4 Heros n little glimpse
I tof t tho tempting menu
1 t Hot Chocolate I
1 Tomato Bouillon
Hot Malted Clam
Hot Malted Milk
d Hot Beef Tea
II it v
a rand r sovortil Others quito
I ns appetizing Try them
T Drug Store
IFoanlt I Mid Broadway
liotli Phone 77
> 1 7 T
Call Old Phone 838r
823 Broadway
cali d to a grass are at Thirteenth
and Jefferson streets this afternoon
No damage was done
Prax r meeting tonight at First I
Prenbyterian drum
Detective T J aioorc1 returned
last night from PnrlH Tenn lurnooI I
Budde Stamps colored waa lndUted
on tho charge of staling whisky I
from Ujo N C St U railroad
DateeUvo Moore worked up the evi
dence against Stamps who ds enJtI to
be a smooth artist
100 CCoa 4 and 5 hose conrponlo
wore called to Eleventh street and
Kentucky avenue at 1030 oclock
into morning to extinguish a grow
fire No damage was done The lira
men have been kept busy for several
weeks answering cAlk from ouch
lOrN I The bazaar of tho Womans
club which walt to be bold November
125 and 20 has been postponed until
December 2 and 3
1es Flint
IwJH to Paducah Brew
cry company property on Kentucky
avenue 570
lavenuc and Mary Crawford to Mat
tie and T E Fort on property In
the county COO
J D MoBlya1 of Woodvllle to
George E Young property in tho
county SSO
A C Chambers et al to J E
and Annie Benedict vroperty In the
Blandvlllo road 1
In County court
Mrs Mary A Harper qualified as
guardian of Lila I Harper 15 and
Whayno Harper 12 and executed a
bond of 1200
A power of attorney from B H
Frill to Qua G Singleton was filed
In Circuit Court
Llltlo business of Importance was
done In circuit court today two
small Judgments hoTrigtf clvcn by
Juries Judge Heed expects to wind
up tho jury trial tomorrow and set
the case of Simmons against the
city of Paduorfh for Friday morning
A Bpoclal i judge will preside
Nellie Maron was given judgment
for 3756 against tho Metropolitan
Life Insurance company
A Judgment for 7563 was given
the plaintiffs In the suit of Graham
and Smith against John Bobo
B F Sears a petit Juror received
his final discharge and W R Parker
was substituted
On motion to John Egester a
colored lawyer Charles S Hayncs
colored was sworn In to practice at
the local bar
A report of sale was filed toy th e
maator commissioner In the emit of
tho commonwealth against DUuinn F
Tho euX of John Hughes against
tho Continental Life Insurance com
pany for several hundred dollars
claimed die on a policy hold by Ills
daughter who Is alleged to have
committed suicide Is on trial this
Miltrinse Licra os
E B Oartwrtght Chattanooga
Tenn and Sara Rebecca Rogers Po
ducali 1
In County Court
Mrs Mary B Harper qualified as
guardian for Lila Harper 16 years
old and Whayno Harper 12 years
otdSho executed 1200 tmd
a In Police Court
Breach of peaco Henry Harper
loft open Housobreaklng Tom
Ru ell r held to ttJMwer baU fix 1 nt
UGQ v w j
Iliinl llrlth Program
The forUeth anniversary of tho
New Harmony Ix > dgo No 149 of
the Independent Odor of Bnla Brlth
will be observed Monday evening
November 21 at 730 oclock at the
WoraanHiclub An excellent pro
gram has been arranged The pro
gram Is
Piano solo Waltz Chopin
Mrs Frank N Burns
Opening exercises Harmony
Lodges soloSong of the Co
quette Mrs Maymo Dryfuss
Introductory remarks President
M Simon
History of Harmony Lodge
Brother Sol Dreyfus
Vocal solo a Loves Echo b
A Love NoteMrs Lela Wade
Address The I 0 B B a Jew
ish OrganlraUon an Organization
of JesDro Jacob Furth of 8t
Louts chairman of executive com
mltteo of grand lodge
Vocal duot Selected Mealamcs
Lewis and GruenebAum
Address The Spirit of the Or
derOrand President Ralph = Bam
Vocal loloHjoy of the Morning
Mrs Maynie Dryfuss Gruenebaum
Closing exercises Harmony
Tho officers of tho lodge are
Mo e < Simon president S I Tic
view president M LovJtch monitor
M Stolnfckl secretary H Wallor
steln treasurer Frank Levin war
den and Sol Dreyfus L Rubel 1 and
M Lovltch trustees
Classes Knfcrtnln
The young Ions nndayi whoo
eland of the Twelfth Street Baptist
church entertained the Young Ladles
IdlltTCb class Monday ovcnlns at the
residence of Mr and Mrs J B
IrCIIldcnro Dainty refreshTOents were
rorved MId an enjoyablo time one
spent Those present wore iMlapcs
nfenoho Ellenwood Mnttlo Falkner
Bertie Theo Emma Chapman May
Gruble Paulina Wallace Della
Sparks Lido Hotter Melissa Met
gnu Annie Stella Duporrlou Annie
Hustoir Annie Bethel Bula White
Mftrra Charley Hurford RJrhan
Walker Frank Clark Fred Yegor
Prank Dupofrleu Rotxroo Burkart
Clifford Brant Tommle Holland
Harvey Chapman Ruben Yates Mr
Harvoj Chapman Reuben Yates Mr
Martlor Morgan Mrs StonfluM l WTA
J It Clark
Ivvwullvo I Hoard of Stale Federation
of Wiiincn Clubs
The autumn meeting of tho ex
ecutive board of the Stato Federa
tion of Womens clubs will bo held
In Lexington Thursday and Friday
The sessions will bo held at the
Womans club room at tho Elks
building on North Broadway apG
whllo In the city the visitors will b <
entertained by the ofllcers and mem
hers of the club Upon arriving It
tho city Thursday morning the
guests will go to tho State Unlvcr
slty where they will bo entertained
with luncheon by tho Department
of Domestic Science of tho univer
sity Tho first business session It
to bo held at 130 oclock Thurs
day afternoon tho next the same
evening and another Friday morn
Ing On Friday a luncheon at ttx
Phoenix hotel will be given tht
members of the Stato Fedcratlor
Board by the Womans club of Cen
tral Kentucky Tho members of the
Stato Federation Board are Presi
dent Mrs James A Leach of Louis
villa corresponding secretary Mrs
J H Dickey of Louisville record
Ing secretary Mrs Morris Bartlett
of Lawrenceburg treasurer Mrs R
B Hutchcraff of Paris first vice
president Mrs James A Mitchell
of Bowling Green second vicepresi
dent Mrs Thomas Jefferson Smith
of Richmond third vicepresident
Mrs John Thlxton of Owensboro
fourth vicoiircsldcnt Miss Rebecca
Averlll of Frankfort general fed
oration secretary Miss Luella Boyd
of Covington auditor Miss R N
Roark of Richmond Forestry Mrs
Mason Maury of Louisville Physics
Mrs Ben U Hanks of Richmond
Sanitation Miss Lllla Breed of
Louisville Industrial and Child
Labor Mrs C J Major of Fulton
Arts Miss Haldon Hardln of liar
rodsburg Crafts Mrs John Wlrt
Dinsmore of Bercn Legislation
Mrs Deslm nrecklnrldgc Press
Mrs John L Woodbury of Louis
vllle Music Miss Virginia Dunlnp
of Owensboro Literature Mrs
Minor Simpson Health Mrs Lafon
Hiker of Horfodsburg Civil Son
leo Reform Mrs L K Davis of
Ashland Waterways Miss Mary
Lnfan of Louisville Household
Economics Mrs Clarence Martin
of Louisville Special Committee on
Good Roads Mrs A M Harrison
IJlrtlidny 1nrty
Mr and Mre C E Ron fro of C2C
North EIghth street wore the host
of nn onjoyaiWo party given In honor
of theSr son Charles thirteenth
birthday A color scheme of pink
and white was observed In Uio decor
ations Pink > and white chiryinnthe
mums Interwoven with ribbons to
match gave a pretty effect Tho even
Ing was pleasantly spent In games
and music Delightful refresh nwn ta
wore served Thero wese 30 truesta
Pull of Happiness
As the sun was shining atMj
1 a1 > t v
highest and tho birds singing their
sweetest melodies at noon Tuesday
B K Kennedy was entertaining
several of his friends with a stag
dinner that he had prepared by him
self Those present at tho Kennedy
homo outside of tho Immediate fam
ily were Judge J W Monroe Post J
master J B Mason H lh Key and
Lester Gillum The party left ap
parently in tho happiest mood but
were complaining of being too full
for extensive utterance Mayfield j
MessengerII II I
Nature anil n Landslide
After remaining three days In tho
depths of tho grand woods which
border the classic shores of Bayou
doTJhlcn enjoying nature In all her
purity and serenity far from tho I
madding crowd and all that sort of
thing tho editor returned to town
Saturday night to find that tho
Democratic landslide of which beI I
had heard something before ho de j
parted hence was even more tre I
mendous than ho anticipated Clin I
ton Gazette Ie I
Ilrllliant Reception for Stato Regent
In compliment to Mrs Ben John
son stato regent of tho Kcntuiky I I
chapters Daughters of the American
Revolution was the beautifully ap
pointed reception this afternoon atI I
tho Womans club house Tho Pa
ducah chapter was the hostess of the
occasion I
Tho entire lower floor of tho club
was In use and the patriotic motif 1
was effectively carried out In tho
decorations Palms ferns and asesI I
of chrysanthemums roes and car
nations were massed In the recepI I
tlon hall library and auditorium A I
pretty patriotic effect was given by 1
the Hags and red white and bluoI I
colors artistically used throughout S >
ItItecelvlng I
Receiving In the library were tho
officers of the Paducah chapter and 1
the two notable guests Mrs John t
son state regivt and Mrs William
C Cooder regent of the Covlngton
hnpter The receiving line was
Mrs Lloyd Uoswell viceregent Mrs
den Jdhnson of Bardstown Mrs W I
0 Cooder of Cincinnati Mrs Ell I
J Boone Mrs David G Murrell
Miss Emily Morrow Mrs James I
Baldwin Mrs Paul Province Mrs
dints Lack i 1
The chapter members welcomed
the guests in tho hall and In the I
auditorium I I
The tea table was a prettily ap Is j
pointed affair It was veiled in nc
over of Cluny lace with the white
apaneso chrysanthemums as anr
jffoctive centerpiece Tho patriotics
Idea was brought out In tho candles
and other decorations Mrs Armour t
ardner presided hero and was as
dated l by Mrs harry Tandy Mrs
Jeorgo B Hart JJrs Guy D IartlnI I
illss Mildred Terrell Miss Elizabeth
Jaldwoll Miss Mabel Mitchell Miss
Vlllle Willis Miss Mary Martinn I
The ices cakes und confections
zero an attractive emphasis of theI I
patriotic colorso
Hlllmans orchestra played through i
ut tho afternoon i I
Formal Invitations were Issued I
ind the reception is one of the notac
lie social events of the Autumn b
Mrs Johnson Is a woman of brit
lant mentality and her gracious n
harm of personality has made a de 11
Ightful impression on all who have t
uet her It is her first visit to Pa
lucnh She will return to Bards
own tomorrow after the patriotic
Ceremonies at the Washington build j
ng which she came to attend I
attendI I I t1
IIogersCurhvrighta I I
The marriage of MIse Sara Rogers
nd Mr Edney B Cartwright of
Chattanooga Tenn will fake place c
omorrow morning at 10 oclock qt I
bo First Presbyterian church In
he absence of Dr Burnett from tho
Ity tho ceremony will be performed C
< y the Rev 0 T Sullivan It will c i
loa quiet church event A musical 11
rogram will precede the ceremony a i
he couple will leave immediately II
n a southern bridal tour and will w
aako their home in Chattanooga 0
Outoftown guests already present
Jlardner J
lardner Mrs D F Smith and son I
ernon of Hopklnsvlle Mr James
Cartwrlght ol Knoxville Tenn
Mardi Club With Mini llcndrirk
Mlts Nell Hendrtck was hostess to I
ho MardI club Tuesday afternoon at S
> er home on Broadway It was the t
Irst meeting of the season and was
i moet delightful one Gorgeous
ellow nnd white chrysanthemums j
were used with charming effect in
ho rooms There were four tables
t euchre The first prize was a
lalnty handkerchief and the lono
land prize was a Pair of i > llk hose
llts Hazel McCandtejii captured the
Vt and Miss Alma Kopf the lone
Hand At the conclusion of the
pimo a delicious salad course was
served The guests > wero Mirees
Helen Powell of Detroit Mich Lu
Mo Well Amy Dreyfuss Faith Lang
taff Dorothy Langstaff Sarah San
lersv Ilelen Van Meter Kella Hat
told Mnrjorle Coots Fxcd Paxton
Inset McCandlcBS Elizabeth Boswell
Corlnno Winstead Alma Kopf
Musical Friday Night
A mufloal will bo given Foldaj at
8 oclock at tho Tenth Street Chris
tian church
Outing 1ortjr
A party comprising Mr and Mrs
Harvo Martin of Rosslngton Ky
Misses Mary Murphy and Maybolle
Jenkins Mr Wtoy Murphy of Wood
villo and Mrs Jennie Murphyfi of
Beardcn Ark with Mr and Mrs Lg
0 Rosslngton of Woodvllle as chap
oue spat three day pi la thQ ylcln
171 f711711qtf 1 SI 17117 17 l P3 M sT4I IT1
J There are many nice things 54
3that 3 can be said about Hocks t
J Shoes and the beauty of it Ist
I that they arc all true We fit It
tJ your foot It
5 It
cJ 821 Broadway t4 j
t4I I
Ity of Shelbys lake nutting fishing
and hunting Miss Jenkins proved
to be the best shot la tho party
Womans Club Anniversary Ten
The Anniversary Tea in celebra
tion of the fourth birthday of tho
Womans club will bo a delightful
social event on Thursday afternoon
from 3 to < 5 oclock at tho club build
ing The Hospitality committee Is I
In charge of tho afternoon Each
club member Is privileged to bring
one guest
Mr Frank D tattle formerly of
Paducah who is now an engineer on
the Missouri Pacific railroad with
headquarters at Pueblo Col Is in 1
the city visiting his mother Mrs
Mary D Harris 417 South Fifth
Mrs Mesbew Grahamvlllo is in 1
tho city today
Dr E G Stamper went to Kovll t
this morning on a hunting trip
Dr S Z Holland returned last
night from a buntnlg trip near Gra
hamvlUe I
Mr John W Spence of Kevll is
in the city today
Attorney James Campbell Sr re I
turned yesterday from Helena Ark
Mr J A Sawyer of Trimble
Tonri has returned to his home af
ter spending several days In tho city
Mr H K Kasterson of Trimble
street left last night for Oklahoma I
City to locate
Mlrj Bessie Crosby of Metropolis
111 Is vlsltlpg Mr and Mrs C E
Renfro 22C North Eighth street
Mr Frank C Boone has gone to
Louisville on business
Mr George Cabell of Baton Rouge
La returned to his home early this
morning after spending several days
In the city on business
Mr Charles W Hale cf Mayfield
viritlng Mrs Lawrence Aibrlttnn
of Jefferson street
Mr L B Tucker of Wickliffe has
returned to his homo after spending
several days in the city on badness
Attorney James Campbell Sr re
turned yesterday from Helena Ark
after a trip on business
Mr Ad Rasch and family returned
from Memphis Tenn last night
after spending three months
Mr E B Cartwrlght of Chatta
nooga Tenn arrived last evening
Mrs M E Nickell of Smithland
is in the city to attend the confer
ence and is the guest of her niece
Mrs C C Grassham
Mr J A Crenshaw of Newborn
Tenn is in tho city to attend the
conference He Is the guest of his
brotherinlaw Attorney Charles C
Miss Nell Shaw 200 Fountain ave
nue has returned from Hopkinrville
after a visit to friend end rela
Attorney and Mrs John M Moore
of La Center are guests of Dr and
Mr W R Washburn 237 Clements
Mr E B Oarlwrlght of Chatta
nooga fiance of Miss Sara Rogers
arrived last night
FOR SALE Baso burner hard
coal or coke price 10 One cook
stove Duck No 7 good condition
850 Old phone 1484
LOST Left today In coach Of N
CStLtrain arriving at Padu
cab at 120 one ladys brown hand
bag containing pocketbook namo
and address of owner and other
articles Party will bo liberally ro
warded by leaving same at Sun
Now is the Time
To Have Those Fall nod Winter
Garments Dyed or Cleaned
Bring us your Plumes Hats Sult
Skirts Waists Etc We will restort
them to their former brightness
Model Steam D e Work
109 South Third Street
Old Phono 28fiR New Phono 2Rsy
Cures Chapped Skin in ono
night Your money back If it
dont Not greasy and de
lightfully perfumed
riioncg 188
Phones 108
412414 UrpadivnjT I
Hereafter The Suns advertising
ates for lodges and churches char
ity organizations and societies will
be the same as to aU other adver
tisers Also on account of difficul
ties In making collections from many
of these acounts all publications of
this character must be acompanled
by the cash
DIAMONDS on easy payments
I Eye See Jewelry Co 315 Broadway
FOR SALE Dry storm wood 11111
Karnes Brick Yard Phone 1233r
HAIR WORIC Phone 711a Mat
tie Dawson
I WANTED 4foot wood 100 cords
per month Johnston Fuel Co
FOR SALEA 3030 rifle Ad
I dress G care Sun
Unfurnished rooms 419 South
I Fourth street
WANTED Position in private
family Apply 945 Clay
HAIR WORK Ada Pullen Gob
I South Eighth Old phono 2005
EXPEHT piano tuning only
200 C W Hahn Now phono 647
IOR RENT eiY furnished
room for gentlema Phone 173
repairs promptly done Old phone
HiS 3
FOR RENT Flats Seventh and
Broadway Steam heat Old phone
1218a FOR RENT Dwelling nt 232
North Seventh Call old phono 316
for appointment to Inspect
FOR RENT Warehouse Ninth
and Harrison on private switch Old
phone 1218a
BEATS THEM ALL on prices I
Williams Furniture Depot 501 So
Third New Phone 981a I
FORRENT Apartment In flats
603 North Sixth street Geo Raw
LeighWANTEDion I
WANTED You to bear In mInd
that Bradley Bros are sole agents
for Old Taylor Coal
UMBRELLAS covered while you
wait Eye Sea Jewelry Co 315323
Broadway RING UP SOLOMON the tailor I
and have your clothes cleaned and
pressed Ofd phone HOT
ROOMS centrally located Modern
conveniences 200 and 300 per
week 410 Washington street I I
WHITE Otto position In
private family to do housqwork
New phone 1226 I
AUTOMOBILE for hire After
noon and evenings Call Buchanans
restaurant Old phone 420 New 427
YOU are wanted for Government
position 8000 month Write for
list of positions open Franklin In
stitute Dept 104a Rochester NY
YOUR ACE curtaIns need clean
Ing You will make nu mistake ID
sending them to < the Star Laundry
Phone SOO
atreI I
WE WASH lace curtains very care
fully Get them cleeaer and whiter
than you could at home Star Ltua I
dry Phone 200 I
S H HOSTEN Dyeing pressing
renovating Frepch dry cleaning
for and delivered Club
Work called
Ioil per month Old phone ClubI I
WAloTEDYoll to give Old Tay
lor Coal a trial We guarantee toI I
ou Bradley Bros 339
please you
both phones
WANTED To furnish your um I
brella with a new cover or handle
W N Warren jeweler 403 Broads
FOR SALE cheap live hens and
one rooster White Leghorns beat
winter layers QU Fisher B < 03
South Sixth I
room house corner Eleventh and
Monroe streets Has furnace and all
modern conveniences See F M
WANTED You to remember
when placing your order for coal f
that Old Taylor Coal Is by test tho
best and at the same price of the
other Inferior coals sold on tho Pa1
ducah market I
WANTED Hats to clean Gents
suits pressed 40c Suits steam
cleaned or dry cleaned from 125 i
to 150 French Cleaning and
Pressing Co 113 South Fourth I
street New phone 480
LET US DO YOUR moving wits
our van the largest In tho city In
dependent Ice and Coal Co H T
Vogel Manager Both phones 154
Tenth and Madison
WANTED At once experienced
carpenter for forming etc on City
National Bank building Fourth and
Broadway Apply to W H John
ston Superintendent
VE STARCH me curtains Just
the degree of stiffness that makes
them hang nicely and dry them upon
frames that make them square and
stretch them smooth and eves Star
Laundry Phono too
FOR SALE One good barge
100x220 H tour years old Has
just been repaired and caulked Can
be seen at the West Kentucky Coal
company fleet at Paducah Ky Ad
dress Capt Douglas Jones Golconda
LADIES Learn hairdressing Its
easy Good field for our graduates
Our scholarship Includes tools In
structions demonstrations examine
dons and diplomas Positions wait
ne Six trades taught thoroughly In
ew weeoka Catalogue Dialled free
froier College St Louto 04 j
For Polite
We offer some beautiful
Fabric Finish Papers by
tho box or pound Our
special brands arc nlUtlmt
can bo desired at n very
low price
The Book and Music Man
WANTED Good horse lor 100
or thereabouts Address II IL +
FOIL SALE Outtngs from Ia < lu
ah Cooperage Co New phone 2253
FOR GOOD FITTING suits go to
M Solomon 111 Broadway
TC lADE city lot for piano
Address Trader care Sun
UNFURNISHED rooms Tor rent
C19 South Sixth street
WANTEDMen boarders at 94d
FOR RENT Flvo room cottage
Apply 1143 Jefferson
FOR RENT 6 rooms 421 North
Seventh Apply J Hi Griffith old
phono 1480
F SALE n coffee mill cno
chow case one oil tank Call at
Ninth and Washington Phone S75
FOR SALE One hard coal burner
can be seen al 13th and Madison
Wurths grocery
WANTED All iJ Range
and scare repairing Old < phone
LOST In or near postofflce gold
rim noso glasses Suitable reward
J K Bondurant
FOR RENT = Room 117 thread
way fitted out with tank fixtures
fireproof J A Rudy
RudyI I will mako epe
clal prices In dressmaking during the
next Tow months Evening drewes a
specialty Od phone ll < 57
WANTED White pr colored man
wth small family to live just out
side of city Apply to Jake Bleder
WANTED Two nice looking girls
to travel Steady employment Ap
ply to W J Vaughn stage manager
I Star theater
I WANTED To Buy a secondhand
pool table Must be In good condi
tion and cheap Address P D Q
care Sun
JOltRFK Fe room cottage
on Washington street has al mod
ern conveniences Including toilet
hot and cod water sink etc J A
Rudy FOR RE T1wo front rooms
over BIJou theater Good opening
for dentist having been used for
that purpose for the past twelve
years Phone Mrs V A Gardner
COSTA prudential Ijte Insur
ance collection book somewhere on
South Eighth street between Clark
and Husbands on Tuedap evening
The finder please return to T B
Orr and be rewarded
FOR SALE Towboat 77x194
wheel 12x1215 arms engines lOx
3 V4 slide valve one boiler 20x4210
sIxInch Hues allowed ICi lbs steam
doctor pump and Injectors double
engines double drumS Iron frame
nVdshlp winch electric light plant
cabin for men etc working every
day can be eeen at Golconda Ill
Address Captain D Jones Golconda
FOR HE Tfl1o store house on
South Seventh street formerly occu
pied by C J HoweI the undertaker
The house has undertakers fixtures
in It and could DO utilized at once
Good chance for someone to go into
the undertakers business There bo
ing just one colored undertaker In
the city Apply or write to Jake
Blederman of E 0 Carter Paducah
For the U S Marine Corps between d
the ages of 19 and 35 Must ibc na
tlvo born or haw first papers
Monthly poor f IS to 09 Adidltonal I I
compensation possible Food cloth v
Ing quarters and medical att ndan < o
free After 30 years eonloo can re
tire with 75 per cent of pay antI al
owanccs Services on board shin
and ashore In all parts of the world
Apply at U So Marino Corps Fto
orulUng Office postorficel building
Paducah Ky
Seven room house corner Eleventh
and Monroe streets Has funa8 z
and ail modern conveniences Seo
F M FUiher
Cnine Here fur Lnborci
Mr George Gardner left last night
for Newport Ark where ho and Mr
William Noble ore constructing a
power system Owing to a scarcity
of laborers Mr Gardner returned to
Paducah to secure help
Call at M Michael and Brother for
tho best and cheapest line of smoke 1
less gunhella In city All loadel
with Balllstlte and Infallible powder
Also black powder shells
1 c Colmmhi nidg TliOR fir

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