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PAGE EIGHT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNr FIUIUV nEEMRrn 10
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ti GIVE HER A
HAT FOR XMAS
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All Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats at 3reatly Reduced Prices From Now
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Until Christmas
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W L r <
Every woman loves n pretty lint and vb have some
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beauties and prices arc very special now
MISS COX
At Rudys Second Floor
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better see after city taxes The
penalty will soon be on
t CHILDREXS COATS TO PLEASE
y 110TII IX QUALITY AXD PRICK
AT RUDYS
RUDYS PURSES ARE THE REST
r AXD LOWEST PRICED
WHY SOT MAKE YOUR FAM
lily A PllESEXT OF A PRETTY
URPI7T WE WILL LAY CHRIST
MAS EVE I XIGHT CALL OX
RlDY iI I iI I i
REAL LACE HANOKEItCIIIEFS I
FOR title > AT RUDYS I
LADIES FUR CUFF Kill CLOVES
OR Sr 0 AT RUDYS
f PROMOTION
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL OFFICTAI
GO UP
r f A Down A F Illness and Pat
Glynn Get Christmas
Presents
A
Bulleilns were received in the city
today announcing a promotion of I
several IHInoIs Central official who
are well known In Paducah Mr h
A Downs assistant to the chief
chieft t
chit of the Omaha division Mr
Downs Is a brother of Mr TA
Downs asUtant trainmaster and Is
well known In the city 3 > y railroad I
men He Is pucceeded by Mr A FJ I I
I IIChristmas Gifts For
I Those Who
Do Traveling
Whether It is a Suit Case Dag
or anything else In hand bag
gage youll find the right sort
here Our stock for the holl
days has been well selected
and Includes the best styles
and material All sizes and
every good style of grip thats
made i <
K 2 Up To 25
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8 1 TilE 01 STOltE MANS GWTI I
Blaess who Is the roadmaster of the
LotiUviire dvl on Mr ITaei Is I
well known In laducah as ha dulc
make him a t quest rsi lor here
His pre robn la de > ervt I and his
many Paducah friends are pleased
pleased1Pat
Pat Wynn of Greenville altx will
Eucceeed Mr Blatss as roadmaster of
the Louisville division All of the
Ichaugee become effective tomorrow
Mr Dlaess who has had hilt head
quarters in Louisville will be re
moved to Chicago
IIt I you mall a check for your city
taxes it should reach the Treasurer
two or three days before the last of
the month so he may be able toI I
get It In his deposit on December 31
Otherwise It will have to include
the penalty
EVEXIXG GLOVES WHITE SIII
COLORS FOR jJJrO AT ItUIIYRI I
MAXY ASTONISHING SPECIALS I
FOR TillS WEEK AT ItUIISt t
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REAL ESTATE IIARGAIXS
100 profit can be made in a day J
on a 500 cash Investment Place
sold on monthly payments for 600
that you can buy for 500 cash
10 per cent can be made net on
land lien notes You can Invest from
100 to 500 4
Customer wants to borrow 850
and will pay 10 per cent and give
mortgage
9 acres In city limits near car
line 23d and Tennessee Sts 3500
Easily worth double In lots
I Nearly an acre of ground with
house on Hlnklevlllo road corner I
of Wallace park road 1000 100
cash balance 10 per month Lib
eral discount for cash
Five acres Hlnklevllle road IK I
miles west of city 700 fruit trees I
land high and healthy 2500 GOO
cashI
WHITTEMORE REAL ESTATE I
AGENCYFraternlly
Fraternity Bldg Phones 835
VENETIAN IXLAID STERLING
SILVER mSS WARE VERY LOW
PRICES AT RUDYS
SPEND YOUR MONEY WISELY
SIIOI AT RUDYS
ALL ROADS LEAD TO CHRIST
MAS haND AT RUDYS
Census Return
Warhington Dec lGPopula
Lion statistics of the thirteenth cen
sus announced by the census bureau
include the following
Argenta Arkansas 11138
Fort Smith Ark 23975 com
pared with 11587 la 1900
Hot Springs Ark 14434 com
pared with 9973 in 19 00
Pine Bluff Ark 15102 com
pared with 11496 In 1900
SILKS ON SALE 40c OOc AND
70c THE RUDY KIND
COMPARE AUDIS P lCER
YOU WILL BUY THERE
Dont overlook your city taxes
Tho rush Is on and the time for the
penalty Is growing nigh
YOU WILL HE WAITED OX
PROMITLY AT RUDYS
100000 > GIFT FOR YALE
New Haven Conn Dec 16An
nouncement was made tonight by
university authorities of a gift of
100000 to the Yale forest school by
Mra Edward HI iHarriman for eetab
fishing a chair of forest management
In memory of her huband the late
Ef H Harrlman S
ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT AT
RUDYS THEY HAVE IT
THE LARGEST AXD REST LINE
OF LADIES PURSES TO HE SEES
OOc TO 91500 AT RUDYS
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HAVE YOU SEEN RUDYS IBO
RIACK SILK HOSE FOR LADIES
PRICED SPECIAL AT SIto
SYNDICATE TO BUY
ST LOUIS BROWNS
MIGHT PAY HAM A MILLION
F0lt TIIK CLUB
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Player Ueeler Sold from New York
Xalllllllli t < i Toronto KiiNtcni
Tonnu
AMBIUOAX IKACJUn SIKITTIXfl
iXew York Dec laDen
Addlns water commissioner of St
Jouls Mark Wing comiKHlng the St
ers and Alejsrs Hall and Hedgin
prominently Identified with St Louis
Interests are the principals of the
syndicate which will probably Ill
chase the controlling Interest of the
St lxuls American League baseball
club from Robert Lee Hedges
ledgese
price at halt a million dollars 1
A special committee of the Ameri i
can League will go to St Louis to i
ascertain the standing of the mem
bership financially and otMrwillOI I
If satisfied Hedges will le author
Ized to sell It Is said that Jones will
become manager of the club
The American League ended Its
meeting today
The National Lcagub approved the
Mention of the present classification
of the Western and Three I
leagues
The purchase of the Boston Na
tionals will probably be consum
mated by Saturday W II Russell
and L C Page are purchasers
President Garry llerrman of Cin I
cinnati was rcclccted for chalinan
of the TCatlonal commission
Willie Keeter crack outfielder re
cently secured by the New York Na
tionals from the New tork Ameri
cans wasjsold today to the Toronto
club of the Eastern League
IltlKAK TUB NEWS TO PATH
EK TELL 1IIU YOU CAN GET IT
T RUDYS
KVKXIXO PRESSES maD TO
WEAR 1 ihO TO 2500 lOU
CHItlSTMAS AT RUDiS I
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fib mG OXS FOIL IllI XMAS
TIUt I J TWK LiNt N DEPAIIT
VENT AT RUDYS
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llANlHtERtWIKrS FOR MEN
WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT
RUDYS
WHY SOT MAKE YOUR FAMI
LY I AI REEVT OF A PRETTY CAR
PET I WU WILL I AY CHRISTMAS
EVE I XIGHT CALL OX RUDYS
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The syl
Solution
Are you perplexed about some
Christmas gift you wish to PtCI I
sentDont
Dont you think if you came
to my store and examined the
many good things for ChrIstmasI I
that are conveniently displayed
for your Inspection you would
receive helpful suggestions
There are gifts here most
appropriate for men and women
boys and girls and even thoI I
tiniest babies
It Is the Ideal place to do I
your Christmas shopping be
cause the great variety of ar
ticles and the wide range of
prices enable you to secure Just
what you want within the price
limit you have set In each In
stance
It is a pleasure to shop here
because the wares are convenl
ently arranged for examination
and the salespeople are cour
teous and attentive
J9L WANNER
Jeweler and Optician
311 Broadway Pndiicoli
HIGH SCHOOL
SOHOOLMINSTREL
MINSTREL SHOW
COMPLETE SUCCESS AXD 11111011 T
PERFORMAXCE
Spoctnlors Knjoyotl Thenu + elves I an 1
ROJH MixIijrlnillvliliiiiT
MixIijrlnillvliliiiiTfills
A LARGE SUM IS REALIZED 1 I
In every way the fifth annual min 1
strel of the High school students was
a complete HIICCCSJ as presented last
night at the High school audltorlutn
before a packed house The boys
realized 10575 which will be given
to the athletic fund This afternoon
a matinee was given for the benefit
of the school children Next Tues
day tho minstrel will be staged at
HopklnsvllleThe
The performance was well bal l
an ed In all departments and much I
credit Is due Miss Adah L Brazelton 11 1
of tho 1 High school faculty who was
in < charge of the rehearsals The
music was an especially strong feat
ure of the program The solos Were
good while the orchestra which was 1
augmented by the members of tho
Northslde orchestra won many fay
orable comments
A pretty scene was disclosed In i
the first part with the boys In a I
semicircle and dresivd In white
shirts nnd dark trousers Prof
Hugh D Craig was Interlocutor and l
with his live en4 men some oppor
tune Jokes wore sprung Dot hays 1
and George Hughes on the right end I
and Caude Epporhelmer and Henry
Ogilvie on the left end were In rl
diculous makeups and made goodI I
both with their toga and Jokes
The KiloIsU were good Salem i L 1
Cope scored a triumph with his solo
You while Reeves Elliott wan i I
good In the song Somebody Else
Where the River Shannon Flows I
as sung by McOlaln Mitchell was I
one of the best of the evening Hari I
Dickie rang To the End of the
World With You and Dot Hnys I I
won much applause with Dinah 1
from Carolina 1
The speclaklet were good The
High school lads were assisted by I
two professionals Fred Harris did I I
a dancing etunt and roller skating I
act Leslie Walker did some clever I
work aa a contortionist Hugh i 1
Craig and Thomas orbett had a i I
good acrobatic tumbling act Henry j
PuKlam was good al the music ma s I I
ter with the harp and bones San i
ders Kclthley enng a clover solo en I
tted Cupids I 0 11I I
Skylark Merchant of Venlslt
proved a riproarIng farce In one act I
with plenty of action It was a 1
take off on the trial scene of Shake
speres great play 1
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HAND EMIIROIDERED IXITIAL I I
HANDKERCHIEFS M A D 13 R 1I I I
WORK FINEST LINEN 2TP A T
ItUUSI I
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TODACCO MARKETS
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Louisville Dec 1C The tobacco I
market wag a little stronger
The offerings on the local breaks I
follow LOS hhds now burley 492
hhds burley 32 hhds new dark 12
hhds dark original Inspection 921
reviews 123 total 1044 rejections I
Wednesday 111 iburley 1 dark
Dark Warehouse cold 23 hhda
dark at 510 to f 11 rejections 3
PlantersCentral Warehouse fOld I
122 hhds old burley at 510 to
U8 25 new burley at 495 to
1575 rejections 5
The Farmers warehoute sold 97
hogihcads of old hurley at C10 to
11860 and 88 of new burley at 450
to 1675 There were eight rejec
tonsThe
The Home warehouse sold 21 C
hogsheads of old burley at C 50 to
13OO nnd 1C of how burley nt
l420 to 1175 There were two
rejections
State Warehouse sold 41 hhds old
burley at 020 to 1450 and 51
hhds new burley at S3 50 to H40
PJckett Warehouse cold 127 hhds
now burley at 5 to 1475 and 2
hhda new dark at 10 to 1050
The Kentucky warehouse fold 28 3
hogsheads of old barley at 3 CO toI I
17 and 120 hogsheads of new bur
ley at 39fr to 1425 and 5 now
dark at 505 to 1050
The Ninth street warehouse sold
87 hogsheads Of old burley at rtCO
to 18 and SO hogsheads of new bur
ley at 585 to 1475 iHWec
tlons 7
eeg
In order to avoid tho crushing
rush at the end of the month would I I
It not be a good idea to attend to I
your city taxes now
t RIVER NEWS
River Stages
PIl18burgl 33 oy Itd
Cincinnati 88 OB fall
Louisville 47 OC fall
Kvansvlllo 90 07 fall
Mt Vernon 95 OC fall
Mt Carmel 25 03 fall
Nashville 95 04 fall
Chattanooga 30 03 fall
Florence 25 05 fall
Johnsonvjlle 59 19 fall
Cairor 128 09 fall
St Louis belok 0 13 02 fall
Paducah 101 OS fall
Durnslde 24 01 fall
Carthage 1044 03 fall
sIIhtr Forwnnt
stThe river will continue to fall at
Paducah alowtyrtrrlvrlly
Arrival
11ernle Mac Cairo
Cairot
Ohio Oolconda
Alat
Cowling Mevopolls
Robertson Owens landing ftrook
port Livingston 1 Point
IHimHuns
11IklI
Kentucky Urookport
Ohio Golconda
Dick Fowler Cairo
Cowling MoIroixilU
Hoberteon Owen landing Ilrook
port Livingston Point I >
aunts Inn
John L Ixiwry Kvanwllle to
night
Nashville Naehvllle Saturday
3111rP11a111Y111Y
Gauge at 7 a m read 101 feet
Indicating a fall of eighttenth of n
foot since yesterday Clear and cool
Tho showboat Wonderland towed
by j the Vernle Mac arrived from
Cairo yesterday afternoon to go Into
winter quarters In the Ducks Nest I
The Joe otto a handsome gns
ollne yacht owned II > Joe Scott a
Pittsburgh millionaire arrived yea I
tenlay t afternoon from Pittsburgh I I I
with Mr Scott his family and PCV
Oral friend They will leave I for I
New Orleans and crulw along the
IItulf i to Florida to spend the winter d
Scott S la 1 n rea going craft PQ
The John U own Ir duo from al
Evan 1 vllle ronlght and will return 1M
ImmttUatelI I
From Kvannrlllc the nolle of Cal
Th
houn is expected tomorrolllIII
nj
IIIOe1ottI
loge f st night the Kentucky did not
arrive from Illvcrton Aa until toIII
tt
IIIdar 4
load I and will return and leans at IIIn
m
p t IIi tomorrow evening for a re Oj
turn t trip to the TODnllee for
Tom January who resigned as TJ
mate of the Lcwry a short time ago an
arrived here from ICvansvIlto UK w
hlght t to go on the Kentucky as head IJj 1
mate succeeding Kd Crider III
The Dick Fowler departed on fleas Br
for j Cairo this morning and Is due b
back early tonight 41
The Nashville will arrive tomor m
row afternoon from Nashville tok ers I
Ing the place of the J D RIchardhi l
son which will be run between 1I I
ducah Nashville and Evanrvllle
The Naihvllle will leave for Nauhvlllc
T1
T1at
at C p m tomqrrowIt
The towboats Egan and Mary An lu
derson owned by the West Ken
tucky Coal Company passed Inspec
lion yesterday and were found to bo 25
In excellent condition f
Marvin Sills the Inspector for
returnedo I
yesterday afternoon from n trip up I
the Tennessee river I
mlI I
AM AHOAIU Toil UIIVS
TOm TIII POPUUU ROUTE I
Ion XMIH SHOPIKltS I
FUIt4
UUDYS KIWS AUK 1UAILIN
TEEM AND YET TIn IX1WKST IX
IUICB
luiDYs SILK nosn TIM iso
KIND A FEW MOUE DAYS FOIt
3110
3110SPECIALS
SPECIALS IX DRESS HOODS
FOIt FAMIIV GIFTS AT UUDYK
LOCAL PRODUCE
S C
Corrected dally t r Woolfolk
B were Co
Eggs dozen 1 28c
Spring chickens pound 8c
pound
Hens pound 8c
Geese pound Cc
Butter packing sack ICe
Turkeys pound 15e
S r 1
UVEPTOCK
receiptsI
of hogs were 2299 head making n
total of 8557 for the tour days this
week Owing to a good local und
CHRISTMAS I DEMONSTRATIONii
75OO Worth of the
Celebrated 4 t
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THREE STAR RINGS J
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A complete shohm of thcso handsome rings Pnln
j rings set rltiKS and seal rlim In n variety of ro
lined styles
u
Fully Guaranteed to Giver
I Satisfaction to Wearer
or a new ring will lit Itt you these tinge are
V known to tho Je plry tads n II gold shell 1I1I0111ln
other words th bUll uncial U covered with a
SHEIt 01 SOLID BOLD ThU U tho rlnic wo did
such a tremendous business on last year slid which
gave such universal 1 satisfaction
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Rngs for Met Women
and Children
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I2Sc I 50c 100 150
GUARANTEE OKRTIIICATU WITH EACH RING >
THE i RACKET STORE +
305 broa dwayh
hipping demand and favorable rev
ports from other market the trade
aumd a different petition and
price advanced lOc on all trader
elected hogs of all weight going at
700 with roughs out at n down
The peas were well cleared 1 and U o
market r4oted steady
sttldycaCtII
Cattle
Tho receipts of cattle were 1035
bend nearly all of which Were
Ihrounh cattle bought by the stop
men on otter markets and not
offered for ante here Total receipts
ftCelptltor
the four days thfs neck 3717
The attepdanre of buyer was Mght
and the domain narrcnr the market
wan quiet but Kttl doing Cholru
light butcher cattle were In fan de
mand plain and common kinds dIM
and draggy Fair demand for the
best feeder and rtockwrs and some
demand for good slop steers com
mon trashy taker and rough feed
slow tale Bulk Heady canners
duN milch rows slow No prime
teeny caM here feeling weak
tnlv iv
iRecepts 7C for the four days JflC
The market ruled quiet steal
steady the best wools 74y Gf 8t med
ium OHOT4c common 2HOH
Slm > p and lnmt4
Receipts light for the four dare
237 The market ruled about steady
Best Patent Flour 24 I
Hs for 80c
led Wing Corn dpz00o
fled tiring Tomatoes
perdozDOc
led Wing Pens doss OOo
Afaple Leaf Corn per
dose 100
Fancy Lntiderdalo As
paragus Tips Style
No1200
3 1hcnn Holly Brand
Asparagus 25c
l pintbQtt1e
bottle lOc
Fancy Table Peaches
3 lb cans 16c
Fancy Table Peaches
3lb cans 22c
Fancy Table Peaches
3 Ib can 25o
Batavia Roll Oats 3
plgsr 25c
Irish Potatoes bushel 65c
twlth the 4 ert Iambi fiOHc some
fancy higher medium and common
kinds 3t5t sheep 2 K 11e
down common sheep 10 U
I5t I Louts DM lGcattleUe
tliitii 2100 market steady to
strong native beef steers 5SOtf r
7BO cater In carload loU 1210
600 Hogs Receipt 8000 mar
ket NIC higher pips and light 700
0840 packer 71p780 iHilch
tSIJI1CIUlK
I SIJI1CIUlK lpta ItOO mask t
strady native muttons 501100
lambs t0C3I >
SHI winntE is TIII nitsr
PUICK TO RUY 1ILAVKKTH
I IIIIWUHUUS I 1 I 1 I
e
WHY PAY TWO PIUCIW SHOP
AT RUDYS
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IIAXD IIILMSTITCIIKH 8aRFN
OF RlDYH nilli IIEUIIIM
ALL coixits
I CHILDRIiXS EMHKOIDHRHD IX I t
ITIAL HXI > KIRCHIIFSI ix IIOX
IITUI Irk I AT RtDYH 1
X MAS ROXIH GIVEN WITII
I HOSIERY IIDKFM JIXVIW AMI
I NOVELTIES AT RUDYS
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IDEAL MEAT MARKETs s
D12CM Broadway
Extra Specials Saturday Dec 17
19 Iba I Granulated Sugar 100
I
Salt 3 bags lOca
v10cSearchlight
per dox boxes 40c
KiinirliiiMi I iilire dfin
Cheese full cream
jor Ib 20c
Brick Cheese per lb 20o
iinbnrfer Cheese per
pound 20c
Largo Fine Mackerel 5o
Pure Hog Lard lb 12V c
B A M Corn 1oz150
lied Salmon per lb 15ca
Holland Herring do20o
Potato Chips per lb25e
Head Lettuce lOr I
Iluffalo Cauliflower heade
Concord Grape basket Me t
Catawba Grapes basket aV k
1 Celery 3 stalks lOt
washed Figs lb10e
Venison Steaks Ib JiltI
Imported Swlaa Cheese Ib n5o
Monsoon Chocolates nj0p t
Oranges Florida doz
A
All Coal Is Alike Except It is better Burns to dry ash no clinkers full weight Lump 12c bushelNut He bushel All domestic
domesticT
WEST KENTUCKY COAL COMPANY
aMnltnltl 4
l Toot of Ohio
Yard Elevator street
4 n Both Phones No 324 335
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