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Jpecial lale
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125 Value
We place on sale Saturday another special
I tl value in Dolls This time the genuine BABY
t BUMPS typo absolutely nonbreakable This
I 1 toriginal t Baby Bumps Doll is usually sold for
l 125 For a quick sale we will sell Saturday
at 8dc
1111 ft Sludqs
+ I Orders Taken For Calling Cards
Ir r tBud t Monogram Stationary
Dr Gilbert Osteopath C42
IUrond Phones 190
S ofItutJtJtJr stamps seals brass
It tine 111 etc at Tho Sun office
Dalton Dyo Work liavo moved
to 114 South Fifth street
Free city and farm real estate
prlco lilt Whlttcinore Fraternity
building bone 83C IrrntornltI
Sign writing G IL Boiton I
Phones 401
Dalton Dye Works have moved
It to 114 South Fifth street
fWo serve Booths oysters day
and night Buchanan restaurant
219 Kentucky avenue
oloUting for gentlemen CIO Broad
way Shamrock Bldg
I I If reliable taxicab service Is any
object to you take tho car with yol
t f low wljeols Phono 315 Smith
L 4 Dlromtck I
Sunny Hollow still houw whUky
UlllBS half i Khtlon Co tl00 wblAkI I
For fire loturancn J phono OCGr
P 0t 0 May A Orltath 2141 Broadway I
I Bumtwood lIOOft at woatly ro
decal l price at C C Lees
L Sow Rockford loeI I
now for a fine awn next umraer
o HniMnn 9S9 Broadway
Xmas entertainment at Adu1
Christian Thursday at 8 p m Adults
SI cents children 10 cent I
I 1Try 1 ono of KlrchhoR Coffee
Cake Something good I
i 1 The Rnmtac Sun ehargc 10
I 4 rest a Hue for all notice of 10I I
InlnmcuU or octal event to wfclon
I th te U any lmJlon face and ow
lac to the difficult ball In collecting I
Now I small accounts It It I necessary
to require crib for ueh advortMng
The For H n Torry pastor of I
tho Patfwnh droalt will proeoh Sun
day morning at 11 o clock at the
Batem Methodist church
I Fine Fruit Cakes Sprlnglc and
Cocoanut Toast at Klrchhoff
Mr Otaud Cooper n removed
10 hs borne at Blrdrvllle last n4ght
j flop Rlvernldo hospital after an op
I clatter for appcndlcltlg
Mr Claud Creaion was operated
Iulon today at Rlvertldo hospital
1f1II00N prevented tho Rer Mr
Qr 8 Kton of Gracoy preaching a
riAl > sermon at tho Second BaptJiC
I jiurp > t lost irtght A telegram waft
toMJv Hl Into In tho afternoon eay
Irtg ho could not be on hand
t W B Kennedy Co have
r 1 irtovod into their now warehoueo
1r f
t Wet Feet
rtCold Winds
1w411 start a cough or cold which
may stay with you all w4ntor
and Id l to Nlous lllnesa If
not chocked
lfrtNo your cough may not bother
T you much nowbut dont
1 1take 1 t chnnco wilt your healht
lls I dangerous
b Gilberts Cold tablets
Or Your Money Back
MLr Thats a guarantee If tho tab
t r 1I00a 1 dont make good you got
y 4our 4 money back Wo cant do
fIlJuro f
i tuoroTHK
n sitDrug Store
Fourth and BnMWIwmy
IloUi lltOBM 77
Cull Old Plione 818r
TvrKwniTKii ninnoNS
023 Broadway
i J
Miss Hoffman
HoffmanI I
atI I
The Palmer House
unrtm at Tenth and Broadway the
Vudltorlum rinK
tit 111lCh IS IXAU < UUTII >
The Western Union Telegraph
ompiny announce today another In
Iovatlon In tolograiih i twrvlco called
The Spedal Ocean Mall Service
DcdKned to save time In foreign I
orrcfpondence A letter from SanI I
renctoeo to london requires calJ J
much time croaclMB the continent al
t doe orontag the ocean A owI I
fork merchant writing to Yokohoma C
nut < swat his letter l vractleaIy a 1
reek beforo tho mall steamer rails I
rom Son Francisco or Vancouver I
The Western Union blUr arranged J
or the use of Ue night letter and
titer telegraphic eorvlco In conncc
lon with outgoing ocean malls so
hat this week ot transcontinental I
limo may be saved U Now York
iffico will receive telegrams from any
part of the country dortlned < o Bu c
ocean addresses and will forward I
hem In a sealed epccUlly addressed
lavelotH by tho first outgoing At
antic team Wp mall The came
dan will bo followed In San Fran
bee Seattle and Vancouver for
TansPaclfic malls
This will enable correspondence to
io < l Hjiatohcd from any part of thoI I
Jnltod States for an ocean mall with
In a few hours of sailing time The
only ehrgo In addition to tho usual I
elegr > h tolls to the ocean mall
iort will be five cent for postage I
Telegrams should bea the full maUl I
iddrcM and the foreign corresjwnd
tnt for whom they ore Intended and
market Care Ocean Mall l Now
fork or San Francisco Seattle or
Vancouver al tho case may be
I No charge will be made for the ad
Yours truly
Signed J M Stephens
Dlv Com Supt
Rc j > ectfully referred to manager
nducnh Ky forhs Information
tnd attention
Diet Com Supt
Nathvlllo Txvin Dec 5 1910
lock Iljro and Honey Coin I I
poutiil speedily relieve that
annoying early season cough
and cold
Prlco BOc and 9100
Malarial Tonic Capsules arc
guaranteed to break up any
case of chills They dont
make you sick like the sweet
syrups do They are splendid
Price BOc Ier Box
IDraggistt II I t
Seventh and Jackson Streets
Both Phone 237
w N wwmww
Matinee Miulcnl Club I
Tho Matinee Musical club had an
especially delightful meeting Wed 1
nesday afternoon at the Womans f
club 1
A business session was hold at 3 <
oclock It was decided to have tho
next meeting an open Christmas lIele
sion and each member will have tho
privilege of Inviting two guests Tho
meeting will be under the leader
ship of Mr Emmett Bagby and llrse
Maymo Dryfuss Qreuncbaum
Tho program was n pleasing f
ono and featured American Folk
Songs In an attrqctlvo way Mr
Emmett nagby sang some planta
tion melodies and preceded each
with an Interesting story of the songI P I
and sketch of tho writer The numI I
hers Included tho followingI I
Hath Thousand J
1 Tho Night a
Eyes Rogers chorus for ladles
olccl Misses Mabel Sholton Anna
IIIII Letlm Puryear Mesdumcs Lola
Lewis John Brooks Clarence Krug 1
James Wcllle Georgo D Hart Will
Gray I
2 Violin Solo Familiar Melodies I
Mrs W C Clark I
3 Damboula GotUchalk Miss
Anna Hill
4 Plantation Melodies
a JUng My Danger King 1
Burlelgh 1
b Let Miss Lady Pass I
c Tho Old noatman Mrs
Freer I
d t Mammys IutlabySyd
fey Momer
o Youll Git Dar In do
Mornln Burlclgh I
Mr Kmraet S Hagby
C Tbo Banjo GotUchalk Mrs
Vincent Salvo
Mrs Clarence Krug and Miss
Anglo Thomas wero the leaders forll
the afternoon II I
Church Knlcrinliimrnt Called In
Owing to tho Illness of Air J n
Wright the Christmas entertainment
IwrStght been given this evening at
the First Christian church under
tho auspices of the Church Furnish
ing Society bal beonxalled in
Mr Hnrry Gllhert In HcclUI Hero
Mr Harry < M Gilbert of Now
York who Is at present on tour as
accompanist for Mr David iBIepnam
tho eminent baritone wIN arrive
Saturday evening to spend several
days with his mother Mr AzoHn
Gilbert 521 Madison street Mr
Btepham and Mr Gilbert plvo
their Ixiulsvlllo r col La I on Fri
day evening and owing to the
fact that Mr Blrpham will apopar ns
fcoloiu In orchestral programs In St
Mule I and Indianapolis during the
folio wins four days Mr GIHiort will
avail himself of the opportunity to
spend the time In his home town
rejoining Mr flhpham in Chicago the
follow IBS Wednesday Mr Glltorts
work as pianist with Mr HIt > ham
has received the keon praise of mule
or ties In all the musical centers In
which they have appeared and In
many Inrtanccs his notices from the
pros have equaled thoso of Mr
Mr Gilbert will give an organ re
ltnl next Tuesday evening at the
first Christian church for the bone I
U of tho Church Furnishing society s
of which his mother la n member
Mr Giii rte recitals are always
events to Paducah music lovers and
n largo audience Is already assured 1
Prominent vocal talent will assist
tnd the public at largo Is cordlallji
nvUed to attend No admission will
bo 1 charged t
Mr Gilbert Is now organist and
rascal director of the Central Pres
Ijytorlan church New York City one
if tho most prominent and reason
able musical positions In that city
IIl1fonnal Bridge Aflcnioon
Otra William Bradshaw Ui20
roadway entertained a limited
umber of her friends Informally at
> ridge on Wednesday afternoon The
three tables of guests Included 10 of
the hostess intimate friends Mrs
J D Wilcox mode the highest score
and tho prize was a beautiful hand
paInted nut bowL After tho games
a delicious twocourse luncheon was
enjoyed The guests were Mesdames
Iuke Russell Clnrance Shorroll + ntI I
0 1 i TorrcJI George III Exalts I D
Wilcox Hal Corbett EU G Boone
II t O iltojinolda William Brndshaw
Jr Charlea Richardson
Marrta In Chicago
Mrs James E Bngllth received a
ologram today announcing the mar
toga of her slater Mrs Ullle
Jronaugh to Mr Guy F Ses of
band UnpUla Mich The marriage i
ook place Wednesday nt the home
> d the brdo In Chicago and was a
quiet ceremony Tho couple have
gone on a bridal trip East and will
visit I in Paducah oa they return
They will make their homo In Chi
cagoMrs Sees formerly lived In Padu
cah and belongs to a prominent Ken
tucky family Sho was Miss LMllo
Ttoombery and Is a woman of bril
hurt mentality Mr Sees la a
prominent manufacturer of Grand
Household Kcoiiomlcs Meet
Tho Household Economics depart
ment of tho Womans club Mrs
Georgo A Flournoy chairman met l
Wednesday afternoon at the club
house In regular monthly session It l
Columbia Uldg Phone 221
was an Interesting meeting Tlio 1
subject for the afternoon wag Per >
tonal I Hygiene tbo responsibility ot
tho housekeeper to her family and
the nation
Dinner Party for Miss lilckclI I
Miss Jean Morris will entertain
for Miss Margaret Blckel of Louis
vllle tho attractive guest of Mrs
Ouy D Martin with a 7oclock
dinner at the Palmer House this I
Birthday Supper
Mr and Mrs L E Cunningham
entertained a number of young pco
plo at their home In honor of Orln
Council twentyfirst birthday The I
house was very prettily decorated
the color scheme being carried out In
green and white An elaborate imP
par was served at 930 oclock Thoro I
present were Misses Cloy Schmidt C
Halllo Schmidt Pearl Schmidt Elslot t
Merritt Vera Cunningham Atta MayI I
Rudolph Dora Beyer Eva Merritt
Mary Council and PauHno Council
Mesir 1 Orln Council George lIar
per Chester Harper Lawrence Coun
ell Ed Jones John Jones Ellis Cun
ningham Joe Schmidt Alonzo Starr
Ed Schmidt Manly Council Mr lIar
rleon Mr and Mrs J IL Council
Mflgnzlno Club Tills Afternoon
Mies Minnie Ratcllflo is hostess to
the Magazine club this afternoon at
the homo of Mrs Chariot IC Wheeler
rOl Kentucky avenue The maga
zines for discussion are Harpers
Atlantic Monthly Muasoy Cosmo
Mnrdl auk With Miss 10011
lII8S Florence Ixx > b entertained
the Mardi club most delightfully on
Wednesday afternoon at her home
Fountain avenue and Broadway It
was a prettily appointed club party
There were four tablet at euchre
and a delicious salad and Ice course
followed tho game The club prize a
pretty cloisonne pin was captured by
Miss Hazel JlcCandlcw Miss Eliza
beth Boswoll won the lone hand
prize a dainty silver filagree cologne
bottle The club visitors were pro I
lented with lovely bunches of yellow
and white chrysanthemums The
guests Misses Margaret nIckel of
Loulsvllle Fred Paxton Nella Hat
field Alma Kopf Sadie Paxton Hazel I
McCandlew Helen Van Meter Sadee
Smith Corlnno Winstead Nell Hen I
drlck Dorothy angstart Hobble r
Loving Faith Langstaff Margery r
Gouts Elizabeth BorweV Majorle I
Loving 1
Kdvnrd Flslicr
Miss Besslo Edwards and Mr J
L 1 Fisher were married this morn
ing by County Judge Alben W
Barklcy Tho couple were accom
pan led to the court houso by n num I
ber of friends Both tho brldo nndI I
bridegroom arc under dge but pa I I
rental consent was given and tbet
marriage took place The bride IsI I
tho daughter of Mr and Mrs Jt
Edward Edwards while the bride
groom Is a son of Mr and lItrsJ
Howard Fisher
Attorney W A Sorry Is attending t
court at Smlthland
Mr I George WaHace returned to
lay from Alexandria Va where he
Is n student at the Episcopal High
iMls Margaret Blckcl of Louis
ville who Is the guest of Mr and
Irs Ouy D Martin will return to
ier home tomorrow
Mr W A AnsJononv of Carrsvllle
who has been In the city for several
lays left last night for Toledo on
Mr J H Fritzelns of Mengel
wood Tenn was in tho city yester
lay on business
01 r W L Young left last night
for Mississippi on a visit to friends
Mr J E Baits of LaOentor
passed through the city yesterday
en route horn from Xashvlllei
Mr and Mrs N B Qordan reo
turned to their home In Jltullsonvllle
his afternoon after a visit to Mr
and Mrs Thomas Watron ot Ninth
nnd Jefferson streets
Dr V A BUlley of Benton was
In tho city yesterday
Dr I 0 Otoy of Alolbcr was In
Paducah yesterday on ibuslncfs
Captain and Mrs James Koger and
daughter Mrs Vernon Blytho have
gono to Pass Christian Miss for a
Messrs Frank B Smith J Cado
Davis nnd John W Chcnault will
return tonight from Louisville
whore they attended a meeting of
Insurance agents
Mr and Mrs Charles N Story of
CfosBOtt Ark and Mr Leo Story
of Memphis are veiling I Mr John A
tort of Uttlo Cyj > ress
Miss Delia Neat of PlcknejivJlIe Is
tho guest ot Dr and Mrs W II
Parsons 1001 Broad street
Attorney George Ollvpr returned
last night from Leltchflold where
ho has been on business
Mr George F Carter of Nash
ville was In the city today on business
ness Mr Paul E Davis returned last
night from Paris Tenn after a trip I
on business
businessAttorney W M Oliver returned I
last night from Mayfield after a trip I
on business
What Is the mot valuable know
ledge that a statesman can ac
qulro Tho knowledge replied II I
Senator Sorghum of when to I
change Ills mind Washington
At The Bljon
Friday December 0
UljouI I
Christian Church Sunday School
Schoolj j j
AoeTeI7d1ITI e7eITI doe t yeT11Te1S t41
4 HIM 1 HKll 6
tJ For Xmas Is easily solved If ji
IIFor II will get a pair of our
tJ Shoes or SlIpper8t4
t4tJ 4
tJnockl Is the sterling mark It
t when It comes to Shoes Try > <
fc a pair y
tJ t
5 >
f B21 Broadway it
1 AMITAWilyllill M1 YY eMW eWl
u mm OF J
In 1ollco Court
Breach of peace Florence Grecr
colored fined J20 Furnishing liquor
to a minor LillIe Gray colored
fined 150
Deeds Filed
William and Charles Rottgering
executors to EB Harbour prop
arty on North Twelfth street 1
Ed C and Minnie M Cox to E B
Harbour property on North Twelfth
street 1
HICKS aTiun > nL
ICIO Priests Attcmlcil Iowcr to He
move liu > t r Taken Kmni Uio
lllslioiis and Archbishops
New York Doc 8Changes In
the ecclesiastical law of the Roman
Catholic church as promulgated by
Pope Plus X were announced to tho
clergy of the archdiocese of New
York at the triennial synod held at
St Patricks cathedral More than
COO priest attended
The most important decree la the
maxima cura decided upon by the
consUtoral congregation at Rome
which takes from tho bishop and arch
bishop of a diocese or archdiocese
respectively tho power to remove a
iwstor Hereafter tho power of re
moval will rest with Do Amotlone
Parochl which consists of six priests
besides the archbishop
Nine reasons for the removal of a
priest have been decided upon by the
xmilstorlal congregation at Rome
AI announced they are
Perpetual Insanity row unfitness
Jr Ignorance as rendered him Inoue
able of performing his duties per
manent physical or mental Infirmi
ties the animosity of the people
then > It renders his work useless and
Is likely to continuo loss of repu
tation a hidden crime bad admln
etratlon gross neglect continued
niter warnings and disobedience to
he bishop If continued after ono or
two warnings
Change In Canon Law
Another change announced In the
anon laws of the church Is that > per
alnlng to the ago nt which children
nay receive first holy communion
leretofcro it has been the custom
among priests In the English speak
ng countries not to administer the
ttcrament unless a child Is between
the area of IO and 12
The decree Issued makes It Imper
tine for priests the world over to
prepare children so they may receive
ho first sacrament upon attaining
he ago of reason whtch Is 7 and In
some cases C
Silhouette Repartee
Lady i am fOOtSOre an weary I
Well so am I But I dont go
around the country tellln folks about
itfNcw York World
The Evening niltoe n Work
For Christmas
Our hue tills season Is flue
largest wo ever carried mid our j
prices the lowest Come niul
pick your choice while the as
sortment Is complete
Phones 108
412411 Broadway
No cards of thanks want ads or
notices of any character for church
jcletlea lodges or other organlza
Lions can be accepted without pay
lent In advance Our patrons win
Confer a favor by kindly remember
lag this I
WANTED Gentlemen to board
Furnace heat 313 North Sixth I
GROCERY for sate good stand
Apply to CovIngton Brothers I
FOR IIBXT Three room house l
18 Farley street Gco Rawlelglr I
DIAMONDb on easy payment
Ere See Jewelry Co 315 Broadway
FOIl RENT Four room house I
CIO Adams Apply 501 South Sixth
FOR RENT One fourroom hour
1745 Madison Phone 1002
HAIR WORKAda Pullen G05
South Eighth Old phono 2005
FURNISHED front room 419
South Fourth
EXPERT piano tuning onl1
200 C W Hahn New phono C47
FOR SALE Cuttings from Path
ah Oooperago Co New phone 2258
FOR GOOD FITTING suite go t t
M Solomon 111 Broadway I
FOR RENT3 room house 312
Adams street Apply 501 S 6th I
WANTEDSai Sfiidles Apply at
F CM Kirby Co I
FOR SALE Pair of mules nlng
old phono 1104
now phone 1453
I WIlliams Furniture Depot B01 So
Third New Phone 981a
WANTED Vou to bear in mind
that Bradley Bros are solo agent
I for Old Taylor Coal
i FOR RENT Or sale cheap one
louse ono vacant lot C35 Flournoy
ddres Mary King General delivery
UMBRELLAS covered while yo i
wait Eye See Jewelry Co 31532
roadway LADIES WATCHES tho Idea
Cmas glft8 10 1250 to 30
arrlsh the Jeweler 218 Broadway
WANTED Ait once competcn
eacher teach child seventh grade at I
home Mrs Newman 308 Broadway
FORWENT Tirre or four un
urnltiied rooms second floor suit
able light housekeeping Mrs Lelbol
327 South Fourth
S 1L HOSTEN Dyeing pressing
enotatmg French dry cleaning
Vork called for and delivered Club
100 per month Old phone 338a
WANTED Small electric motor
neualf or ono h p Address
are Sun
WANTED Situation b y an ex
loriencod saleslady in any depart
ment City references given Call
415 new phone j
MOSS MARY MIX will make epe
clDl prices In dressmaking during the
ncxt few months Evening dresses a I
s peclalty Od phone 11C 7 I
YOU are wanted for Government
position 8000 month Write for
list of positions open Franklin In
stitute Dept 104a Rochester Ny1
YOUR LAUB curtains need clean
Ing You will make no mistake in
ending them to the Star Iejndrj1
bone 200
See our moneysaving gifts for every
member of the family and others
arrlsb The Jeweler 218 Broadway
WANTED You to give Old Toy
or Cal a trial We guarantee to
please you Bradley Bros 339
both phones
Guvl Foil MEN at saving prices
Fobs watches scarf pins cuff
Inks and other choice Jewelry Par
rlEh The Jeweler 218 nroadwnyI I
WANTED To turnlsn your urn
irolla with a now cover or handle
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
FOIL RENT 1201 South Eighth
trcet Good location for grocery
and saloon See Richard Causal
loth phones 154
FOR SALERhoda Island lied
ockerels that aro red Put new
hood In your stock C L Faust
1502 Broadway Old phone 1509a
WE WASH lace curtains very cue
ally Get them cleaner and whiter
than you could at home Star Laun
dry Phone 200
REOEIVEID A lot of Imported
goods for Christmas suits Prices
are reasonable Suits mode up In
fine etyle M Solomon 111 Broad
Richmond House
nay Under New
room houso corner Eleventh and
Monroe streets Has furnace and nU
modern conveniences See F If
Fisher FOR SALE or trade My place
27 acres 5 miles from Paducah 01
Cairo road New phone 7MJ or cal
at 1531 Broad etrea George Jones
Jones WANTED Young man rtenog
apher with some knowledge of book
keeping for general work Im ofllco of
nanufacturlng concern Address Z
f cam Sun
PATRONIZE the colored grocery
1240 Clay street Sugar 20 Ibs Jl
Pure hog lard 15 cents per lb Boa
lour 75 cents per sack A full line
of first class good Free dpllvery
13 I L Cofleld old phone 1184r
WANTED You to remember
when placing your order for coa
hat Old Taylor Coal Is by test the
best i and at the same price ot the
other Inferior coals sold on the Pa
I ducah market
Make the Best
Christmas Presents
Come select a few of tho
most popular magazines as
gifts for any ot your family
or friends There Is nothing
most of us appreciate more
and they make such frequent
calls and bring such pleasure
that the donor Is remembered
quite often and cordially
We Hake Cut Rates on
Wo will duplicate any offers
you have from any cut rate
agents and assure you prompt
deliveriesThis y
I This means muchr r
Tho Hook Magazine and
ITho I Music Man
HAIR WORK Mattle Dawton
old phono 711a
FOR SALE Four room house
Fourth and Norton Will soil cheap
lit told at once New phone 3CO
WANTED A white woman to do
the cooking at Mrs E IL Harbours f
115 North Third
derwood No4 for sale at a reduc
I tion Address lt R care Sun 1
WANTED To purtnaso beating
tove In good condlton A B caro
FOR SALE Ono medium llwr ng
Hall safe and triplicate mirror
Apply at D WelUe Son
FOR RENT ttoom 117 Broad
way fitted out with bank fixtures
reproof J A Rudy
WE STARCH race curtains Just
the degree of stiffness that makes
them hang nicely and dry them upon
names that make them square and
tretch them smooth and eve star
sundry Phon 200
W ANTED Men to learn barber
trade Few weeks completes Money
learned while learning Big iSt > mnd
I for our graduates Wages 12 < to
I 20 weekly Little expense De In
ependent Catalogue mailed free
Icier Barber College
r FOR SALE will bo In the cty a
until about December 12th While
here I want to chore out on easy pay
tents or cheap fqr cash nice five
room cottage 50 foot lot and four
oom cottage 40 foot lot Nos 192G
nnd 1934 Bridge street Sea them
and make me an offer at Hogans
grocer 122 Kentucky avenue Also
eve 20 30 and 00 acre farms in II
l inols well mproved and cheap T
Warren Sharpo of Springfield 111
LAST CIIAiNCD for Christmas
hotoa Wo haw been requested fo
xbend tho time on tickets co often
bat we have decided to give untl
anuary 1st on all tickets not u < d
osItlveJy no tickets redeemed after
anuary 1st Those who foiled to 7
get tickets should not fall to call at
onco and see our special holiday
iffer We do all kinds of framing M
iee > our beautiful line of water
colorjust the thing for Christmas
resents Sacra and Cook 119
South Sixth street
dreett t
The Cornfield Code
IThe I eld judge In Oklahoma
was hearing a trial for stealtng
Tho defendant testified Then the
prosecuting attorney moved to strike
out his testimony as Irrelevant 1m
naterlal and half a dozen other un
desIrable things
111iat ese has tho defendant of
Bred In defense 7 asked tho Judge
Nothing Your Honor the pros
ecuting attorney replied
Wed ruled the Judge I wont
trice It out Do you suppers I want
to take away the only defense ho
has1lhlladelIJbla Saturday Even
ng Post
A full lino of Slipper Soles
Mens Womens anil Childrens
1 i11 I1
Aunt Laura Havlland a Quak
eress who served as u nurse In tho
Civil war has a monument at
Adrian Miss
Some people like to have others
ask favors of them because It af
fords them so much pleasure to
Now is the Time
To Have Those Fall anti Winter
Garments Dyed or Cleaned
Bring us your Plumes Hats Suitt
Skirts Waists Etc Wo will restart
them to their former brightness
I Model Steam Dve Works
109 South Third Street
Old Pnon 86R New Phone 9Y6

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