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THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN
AFTHtWOON AND WJJEKLY
sint rtnitisiiia COMPANY
Incorporated
P M FISHER President l
X 3 PAXTON General Manager
Entered at the poitomce at Paducah
Ky as second clan matter
cnscnirrioir RATES
THE DAILY SUIT
Bj Carrier per week 10
Br Mall per month In advance 15
By Mall per year In vanceOO
TUB WEEKLY SUN
For year by mall potage paid 1100
Addren THE BUN Paducan Ky
Office 115 South Third Phone US
Editorial Iloonm
Old Phone SJ7 New Phone 158
New York Office Payne 8 Young IS
West Thlrtythlrd Street
Chicago Office Payne Young Hi
nt Marquette OUg
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SATURDAY DECE3I11KK 17
Dally Thought
Knowing that aturo never did
betray the heart that loved her
Wordsworth
The flaw Chinese senate has abol
ished l the wearing queues nnd the
new Lexington school board abel
Uhod whipping of girls In the public
pbools Surely we are progressing
S rfi1 0
John R McLean is not a candidate
foreenator n Ohio Ten years ago
John might have been but sonatoTlal
changes have arisen In the election
of United Slates senators In that
time
o
Count deLessepJ having married
retires from tho aviation contest
declaring It Is a sport for bachelors
Good In the next war all tho
bachelors will be drafted for aerial
service a
If a committee of United Statee
senators think that Lorimer of Illi
nois la a perfectly proper person to
sit la their chamber they must not
resent any Inference an ouUlder may
draw from the episode
episodeo
One of tho men accused ofmur
dering Axlon Cooper thanked the
Jury with tears In his eyes when ha
was acquitted at Eddyvlllc ytJ
there were others to whom ho wee
under Juet as deep obligation
o
A girl striker In Chicago precipi
tated with a kick a riot In which a
policeman and two strikers were
killed Have you over considered
bow many eventful things In human
life have been started by a kicking
womawS S
o
AStLoul8 > m1in > lia Irivented 1 a
noiseless soup trpodn Now for a
coffee saucer which 0111fiot lie
drunk out of Nashville Tennessee
cm
Nay rather a knife with side
boards on It I
O
The Atlantic Monthly warns us
that the number of hogs Is diminish
ing In proportion to the Increase In
S human population of this country
but the deterioration In human man
ners as we Increase and the Im
provement In the breed of hogs as
they decrease afford us some assur
anco that the discrepancy Is In a way
being compensated for
o
1
Probably no one enjoys Woodrow
Wilsons popularity no b public i
ppoaker and his ready acceptance of
every Invitation to deliver an ad
dress moro than does your Uncle
Judson Harmon He knows tho dlf
bronco between a silver tongue and
golden silence and you will recol
bet your Uncle Judson never was
carried away by any fatal regard for
the barer metal even at the ratio of
elxtecntoone
slxteentooneIt o
If next Monday everybody who
enters the postofflce will Invest five
cents In Red Cross Chrlrtinaa seals
tho proceeds of which will go toward
equipping the Paducah tuberculosis
ranltorlum the sum total of tho
days receipts will surprise tho pub
lie We do not desire this sugges
tion to limit those who purpose giv
ing more than that amount but
those who pass by the table
ashamed of the emaIL sum they have
to Invest aro making a mistake that
Is fatal to the enterprise
enterprlsoa
0
SCHOOL BONDS AND CITY BONDS
The finding of tho court of ap
peals In a caw from Newport that
l > ond Issues by school boards In clt
lea of the second class shall not be
considered In determining when tho
city hag reached tho Constitutional
limit of Its authority to lesue public
Improvement bonds Is of great In
terest to Paducah In relation to a
prospective bond Issue for tho pur
pose of erecting new schools some
thing that cannot be deferred much
longer unless some other mean for
rnlelng the necessary funds Is adopt
ed Cities of tho second class are
limited to a bond Issue equal to ten
per cent of the assessed valuation of
property subject to taxation Some
objection was made to the Issuance
of school bonds at the last referen
dum on the question because It
might posjIMy Interfere with the
right of tho city to IPSUO bonds for
municipal1 improvements at tome
further date The school bond Issue
queriion thus encountered the oppo
sition Qt municipal ownership odvo
J
fWIOWWISHERSJJ e I
S 1L 1 S
I The little window wishers with their tender eyes of bluo
C Standing there before the toy shops dont theytouch the heart
ofyouS
Dont you almost shiver with them as their tattered clothes you
S see S
j The ragged little urchins with the patches on each knee
S Can you see them longing yearning in sweet childhoods wist
fulwayS
And forget them In your planning < for la n nncrry Christmas doy7
4
4S
S4 S
S Oh the little window wishers baby hearts and baby eyes
With their trusting faith In Santa gazing there In glad surprise
S At the dollies and the soldiers and the Teddy Dears believing
S That they will not bo forgotten Can you see them without
grieving
S Can you think of them on Christmas when tho merry morning
starts
S Disillusioned waking up to empty stockingsbroken hearts
S
S Oh tho little window wishers looking longingly today
At tho wonders In thotoy shops In sweet childhoods wistful
S way S
S
S Dreaming dreams of Christmas stockings filled with candles and
S with toys S
S Just as full of faith and fancy as your own girls and your boys
S When you see their big eyes glisten as these splendid things
S they view
Can you rush by and forget them dont they touch tho heart
oC you ToDetrolt Free Press S
S S
S S S SSS 555 S 55 55 S
cats and It Is probable that this
vote went a long way toward defeat
Ing the issue Tie ruling of the court
of appeals settles this question and
forever removes that objection to
bond lsuo by the school board
With this point out of the way it Is
probable that n school bond issue
will carry In Paducah o
ISNT THIS DELICIOUS
A man may bo ever so lucid ever
TO logical ever so consistent abqut
matters In general but engage him
on his religion or politics or anj
thins else he may have Inherited
and then logic lucidity and consist
oncy give way < to an earnest determi
nation to hold on to the precious
substance como what nay that is
as comical to an onlooker as it is
deadly to the principal aotor
There is the editor of the Clinton
Gazette for instance Ho expresses
surprise that politics should creep
Into the farmers institutes of the
states and then proceed to surprise
his readers with the delicious un
conpclpu abnurdlty of his attitude
toward tho situation as much AS lo
professes tob surprised by tho sit
uation Itself
In the last isuu I p of the Gazette he
saysS
Probably tho last thing any
one would havo looked for was
S that politics should get into taO
Farmers Institutes of the state
and become to heated as td
S threaten not only the usefulness
but tbo vary existence of tho
thing Such we regret to say
la the case and evary county
Institute held tht fall provoked
a political battle for control
and the election of delegates to
tho state Institute tobo held
next yearS S The state
Institute was voted to Mt Sterl
ing CIntcm was put in nomi
nation against Mt Sterling and
received three votes out of
seven Mr Win Addams can
didate for governor and a mem
ber of tho board voting with
the Republicans for Sit Sterl
Ing Mr Addams action was a
great surprise < to tho Demo
cratic members of the board
who confidently expected him to
vote with them for Clinton
Waiving consideration of our own
as well as Clintons Preference for
the location of the finstltute Isnt
It a bit Incongruous for the es
teemed Gazette to express surprise
that there should be any question of
politics In the state board and in
the same paragraph express surprise
that all he Democrats didnt vote
together against all the Republicans
Wasnt Mr Addams acting exactly
In accordance with the Gazettes de
slro that politics should be elimin
ated from the board when he voted
with tho Republicans Glad to hear
further on this subject from tho es
teemed Gazette Its attitude Inter
ests us amazingly
I The Smlthland Banner Is a trifle
more frank in Its partisanship and
It says right out It has no use for a
Democrat on the state board who
Isnt a Democrat whether hos any
thing else or not Thus
It Is reported by the bolting
friends of G N McGraw that
after Henry Robinson had been
chosen ns a delegate to the dIs
trlst Institute that tho county
institute In cession at Bloom
Ing Grove passed a resolution
on Saturday before adjourning
Instructing Henry Robinson < o
vote for G N McOrcw for re
election as a member of tho
Board of Agriculture Mr Rob
inson may or may not deliver
the goods under such conditions
We hope ho vrH not as no Dem
ocrat over received any recogni
tion at Mr McGrews hands
since he has been a member of
oC tho oard
o
Heard in the Lobby
PAlfcMKK HOUSE H c Albrit
ton Mayfield Ed A Robertson Ful
ton Hay 1I Jlowell Barlow J B
Howell Dyorsburg Tenn J H
lart Evansvllle W J Krelder
Memphis C A Yancey SIkeston
MoBELVEDERE
BELVEDERE Eugene Wood
Xorthport L le O E Xnve Evans
vBle Charles Durfee and wife Gol
conda George I > Rogers Smltlilnrid
R G Matthews Owensboro John
Carter Exldyville R W Casedy
Cairo J W Grady Gtlbertsvllle R
J Waters Kuttawa
NEW RICHMOND R A Fakes
Model Tenn U E Morrow Hick
man E B Xorthcutt Jackson
Tenn A E Smith Crossett Ark
Sam Unnsford Pcrryvllle Tonn
L McDanlel Denton M Jf I Payne
Fredonlo Leo Ward Metropolis
ST NICHOLAS Tom Winborn
Savannah Tenn John W Fry Mel
ber C C Dlctzc Memphis E C
Gossom Fulton E E Arnold Per
ryrllle G H Haywood Louisville
Albert Moon Hopktnsvlllo E L
Cooper Benton
Kent c1 Kernels
Graves count out of debt
Albert Gal dies at MaytfeM
> Louisville to have iSO tax rate
Corn growers at Lexington Jon
uray 3
ttray3Charles
Charles Doones foot crushed by
train at Mayfleld
Lexington abolishes whipping of
girls In public schools
Engineers surveying 5 miles be
Ibw Henderson for dam I
Calvin Kendall of Indianapolis
may be Loulsvlllo school l head i It
Rev G W latham of Hopkins
vlllo has buried 1256 and married
1C14GeorjrIA 5
GeorjrIA Stubblonold Mayfleld apd
G W Lambert recorder of Dyer
county Tenn married
YOU UOVT IIAVH ro WAIT
Every dose make you feel better
LaxFoe keeps your whole Inside
right Sold on the MoneyBack plan
everywhere Price toe
HAXDKKHCHIKFS IX Cl III 1ST
MAS FOUKll BOc 73c VXI > IJ > 0
VT IIUDVS
itunvs runs AUK CJUAIIAX
TKKI AND YET THE IXWI T IX
lItlCES
IWlirS SILK HOSE THE IJJO
KIN A FEU MOIIK WAYS Jon
110Watch
Watch out for tho penalty on
your city taxes Tho time Is grow
Ing short >
5
I1UKAK THE XKUS TO FATH
Kit TKMj HIM YOU CAX OKT IT
AT RUDVS
SllCIIs IS nrms OOpS
FOU FAMILY 01FTS AT HUDY8
Lets get tho baby a pair of little
Blue and Pink Shoes from Rocks
They give satisfaction and please 1
Mamma
MammaIts
1
Its Too Easy to Save
Merely a matter of spending Jells
than you earn keeps grQwlng
easier too becomes surprisingly
easy after you have practiced It for
a while People fall Into the habit
at spending money thoughtlessly
and Imagine they cannot save Cul
tivate thoughtfulness and caret ill
ness and you arc bound to save
Theres protection encouragement
and satisfaction In a bank account
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Will be Pleased to liar
Your Account
CAPITAL 150000
LUII1II 1111211000
1
HER HAND ANn ARMI I
BURrE AND ITCHED
Could Hardly Sleep at Night for
About 11 Months Used Guti
cura Soap end Ointment and
was Completely Cured
My mother hail a red spot on her I
rllht hand which 1Mlnn to crow WOIl
rapidly Tlio neigh
lx > rs raid it was a
letter She got some
mcdiclno from a doc
tot hut It did not do
any good In about
a week the totter be
gan to break out on
hrr arm too Shu
used live or six differ
rut kinds of liniments
and three different
kinds of ralven Not I
nnn or theno did her a
particle of good 1 Her hand and arm
would burn and Itch to much that she
S could hardly sleep at night Her hand
was that way for about eleven months
Finally a friend of ours recommended
Cutlcnrn Soap and Ointment to us
Sim boijght porno Immediately and
began to use It She washed her hand
and arm with Cutlcura Soap and
warm water Then she applied tha
Cutlcura Ointment and bandaged her
hand up The next morning we all
noticed a great Improvement Before
Sllll had used a half of a box of Ointment
and a very lUlu Soap her hand was I
completely cured I Now her band Is I M
well as ever I think Cuticurn Soap and I
Ointment Is the greatest skin remedy
ever discovered C E Canady San
Lcandro Cal Mar 7 1010
Cutkun tte jrdm all rd the IDOl rronomkil
tmimrnt lor all 1101II 01 the ikla Mid Kilp of
InUnli rhIMm M idulit A rake ol Culkum
Suip 12k1 and a boa 01 rulkura Olnlarat < J
art otlrn ufflrlrnL SoM tbnucbout Mw worM
lour COal A bern Corp lol Ie4tUVI Ihmtai
IEMIIed Im hint 12pan boot > n Aulbotlt
oo Ibe TmttMDt ol skin and Bcilp AOntkma
NoTICE
AN ORDIVAXCi 1ROHIIUTIXO
SAM OP IMIUMVOUKS Olt 1X
IMXKSIVIS I TUB VSK OF SAMK ou
liltiNG OP 8AJIB IX Till CITY
OK 1MDUOA1I VlUi iii B KIOIDIA
KXKOItCRII l IIBAVV 1KXAhTV
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New York Money Market
Now York Dec 17Okwo
Prima mercantHo paper CCK per
cent I
centSterling
Sterling exchange steady with
actual business In Bankers bills at
nS2arO4S45 for GO day Mils 1
and at J IS54 < X for demand
Commercial ibllU 4l817iCO
48212
812par
par silver C4c
Mexican doWans ICc I
xflovernmcnt bandit nloadn rail
road bond firm < 1
onto call steady 3V O9H
per cent vrullrtg rato 34 closing
bid 3 offnredtat 3Vit S
Time l < jan0 dull and inactive 00
and OOrfayB arid C months 4 per
cent 5 5 I
I
A Blinple Sa jinnni nrr Miillierf
Mrs D GIlke on 326 Ingles aye
Youngstown Ohio gained wisdom
by experience My little girl had a j
IOyero Hit ana eoufitniA1moet con
Upuously Jly sister recommended
r > leys Honey and Tar The first
dose 1 gave her relieved the Inflam
mation In her throat and after using
onp bottle hOI hrolt and lungs were
entirely freo from Inllammatlon
Since than I alwayskeep a bottle of
Foloya Honey and Tar In the haute
Accept no substitutes Gllbcrtu drug
store I
storeS
S Notice to Rnloonkcepcn
All applications for retail coffee
houpo license and bond for same
should be led on or before Dec
31st 1910 In the City Clerks office
By order of tho Mayor
MAURICE iriNTYnn
iriNTYnnCity
City Clerk
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IIUIIYS rATTKXnUHO TAI1MJ
COVER AXO SC ItS
IXJWIC I XOVKLTIKS IV
CinilSTMAS XECKWKAH AT
FEUUDIAX8
IP IT1 OXIV A 1IHAIIACIIB
Why Cornnllnon Ilrndnchc Liver Pills
will cure thnt 10 cents Guaranteed
by all druggist
SKI ittnvS SIrolUJ ChRIST
MAS OKKEItlXa OP 9100 U3I
ImmTS I
11111lItSSpecial
Special
CHRISTMAS
FruilsI I
Just received an Immense ship
ment of tho finest tropical
fruits of tho season for tho
holiday trade Big luscious j
Grapes fat fresh Figs deli
cious Apples now Dates now
Mixed Nuts Imported I newI I
You may find tho samo prices
elsewhere but you wont find
such Fruits not by n good
deal Fancy Baskets for Gifts
Order now
KIUCSII OYSTKUS TOO
Those fine Oysters for which
wo are famous are now com
ing In In dailY shipment Full
count no Ice nothing but fine
meaty oysters in their own
rich srupI I
Louis Caporal 1
TJItlIlrrI I
Xext Door lozy TJicnlrr
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For Her Christmas
An Estate Cabinet Range
=
Nothing Can Possibly Please Her More
F she has a Gas Stove she will no doubt be
IF
mighty glad to have a new upright ranpe I
to replace it If she has no Gas Stove a new
Cabinet Range will come as a blessing to her
Think how convenient comfortable and eco
nomical Gas Range is and how much she
would appreciate one this spring and sum
met And if you wish we will be glad to
deliver the stove for Christmas and let you
make payments on it Call at our Display
Room and see our Cristmas Electric Display
I
The Paducah Light Power Co
Incorporated
tIIt
IThe I Evening Sons Daily Markets I
mMMIM I THTT < T1 HIT lt M M I M U 111 M 1EM HHV
I S S S S S S S S S S
S TonAcco MARKETS
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Louisville Dec 17Tho offerings
on the local breaks follow Burley
now 434 old 442 dark now C8 old
145 Original Inspection S40 re
views 1119 Total I 959
lOne hundred and ten hogshead of
old Burley were sold at 4535 to
I 17rO and 33 hogsheads of new burI
Icy at J4M to 1oGoltO Rejections 2
The riarmers warohom sold GGI I
hoJlllIl lId of old tmrlcy at 610 Ito
17 and S2 hogrfieads now burg
at 495 to 1275
I The Homo Warehouse sold 31
hogsheads of old burley at HW to
US and 27 hosahfada of now bUrloy 1
at 449 to 1350 1
State rehouse fold 52 hhdi old
hurley at S 6 ir to 175 stud fi5
fi51hhds
Pfckctt Warrtiouse sold J 126 hjid lItt
old burley at 493 t610fn < l H4
hhds new dark nt 5 to 970 4tH
Jectlon to 3
iKentucky Warehouse void S2
hhds old burley at SIUIi to 137
ami 71 hhtla new barto at 3 50 to
iH50 and 25 hhds old dllrkat
575 to I 1060 find 25 hhds now
dark at 5X > 6 to I102C
The Ninthstreet warehouse sold
90 hogthcad of old burley at 5vu
to 1875 15 of newturUy at 4 I00
to 1420 10 of new dark at 3iS5
to S 1100
I Tho Louisville warehouse soUl 45
hogsheads of old burloy at C < 50 to
sic and and 10 of new burley at
430 to 9001
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St Louis Dec 17Cattlul1e >
colpt lCOO head Including 800
Texans Steady to strong Native
shipping and export steers JGtOfp
710 dressed beef and butcher
steers COO 0090 steers under
I 1000 pounds 5000050 stockers
375575 cows and helfere 325
0 575 cows and heifers 320
C50 canner 275 323 calves
I525J9O0 Texas and Indian
steers I5005CO I cows and belt
ers 30064J50
I Jlogs Receipts 8400 head
Steady to lower PIgs and Hffhts
7500800 packers 7501BQ
butchers and best heavy 705Q
780SheepRecelllt
Sheep Receli > ls 700 head
Steady Native muttons 3COi
40fl lamb 550 COO atpckora
2000300Ijiilsvlllo
lou sl1Io Ky Dec 17JCattl
Receipts 10 0 head Market quiet
nnd unchanged Range 2c
I HOR Receipts 900 < head Market
lOc higher Selected hogs and all
weights 775 roughs out at 7JlG
down
downSheep
S Sheep and IJianbsIcltts 04
head Steady Iut shpcp 3c down
lambs best 5 Vo down
I S S S S S S S S S S S S S I
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S DUNS mWIIWj j S
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S S S S S S S 555 S S S S
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S Xew York Dec l < rrR O Dun
Cos weekly review of trade pays
Retail holiday trade Iff i brisk but
ronforvatlvlsm prevails In wholesale
transactions buyers purchasing I for
Immediate needs but displaying cau
tion about accumulating stock for
future demands Suri > iles In the
hands of distributors are therefore
gonorally light and this fact to
gather with tbb absence of epccula
Ova purchases affords ground for
anticipating an expansion In demand
In the very near future There Is a
wide difference of opinion as to the
business outlook for 1911 and thin
produces some hesitation while the
end of tho year 1 uiuahy a period of
lowing down and taking clock
In Iron and steel there nr i no Indication
dlcntlonn that any slgnlskant change
Is Imminent Rail requirement of
the New York Central nyrtcm of
1911 were estimated I being
105000 tons ft larger figure than
expected but some qnettlon of
spcclflcallona are Involved nu In tho
I cam of tho Pennsylvania Inquiries
for rolling stock are not numerous
Structural 1n1 > l roakct the mbU an
rourftglnit how In votnino of new
business roctilved yet the margin of
profit 4 In mail because of the prevail
Ing low price on fabricating ma
terial The tonnage of strnctntn
work for the citr nowcvor rquklit
I the best provpu record Iluyer of
pig Iron are reluctant to cover O Wr
needs freely and re > trI < UoD of nlil
put continue At the pnwnit state
ctfftrlaJlm t hPfjdit P1 t
fall bolow Ui o doniuu l
I It Is I Iu t Q height of jho buying WII
ton fn rctaU dry goods markoU nnd
the quiet obtaining In Job markets JH 1
Reasonable and due In Mrt to Inven
tory time Primary cotton KtxM
markets arc quiet and oven dull on
Maples the laekt of reVOlts to the
ffovornmcnt cotton estimate bolnft A
keen disappointment Yarn are
lethargic and cotton Tarn mill are
disposed to Umlt production closely
Knitters arc buying more woolen and
worsted yarns There hat been some
Improvement In dress goods for
sprIng and fall Utica promise to tx >
more attractive than usual The silk 1
mills are firmer In their demand for
higher price
Trade In boots and shoo U still
far from active tho present time
usually being a qult period owing to
the fact that most of the traveling
salesmen aro coming homo for the
holidays
Prices aro quiet on tho low grntlef
but tho prlci question Ie I not a die
turbing factor
factorVccks
WcckSt Itnnk Clcarina
Now York Doc nDim lie
view fays
flank exchange Ihlii week again
make an Indifferent comparison with
previous year the total at all lend
ing cities in the United States
amounting to only 2C825n5750 a
loss of 194 per cent compared with
tho same week last year and of 192
compared with 190C Tho decrease
at New York city IB l very large 205
and 278 respectively and though
tyls Is chiefly duo to decreased oper
ations In tho vpocillatlvb and finan
cial market It also probnWy reflect
seine lowing down In other com
mercial lines
At cities outsldo iNew York tho
total shows a Ion of C9 < por cent
compared with last year and on > j
i five out of tho thirteen reporting
make gains namely Baltimore
Minneapolis St Louis Kansas city
and San Francisco Alt of these
IThe I Weathet I S
PiliI nitil Hiirmcr tonlAht Sunday
iiliMtllcO Toniieruluro tusiutySI
HlfilicM fiiH lowfat ill I
Illinois Washington Dec 17
Fair In south cloudy In Iho north
portion with rain > or mow In after
noon or night tightly warmer
Sunday unsettled
unsettledSun S
Sun nnil MIHUI S 4
719 n m
today
Sun rose
Sun will tot today 434 p m
Moon will rise tonight 702 P iiit
tI
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Christmas Gifts
Suit CUSPS 111111 Travel
ing lings for men
Leather Collar Jlagu e
750 to 3OO
Cloth Brush Hilt 1 Finish
and Tie Hack on a mil
rored panel Traveling
S SotsI
SetsCombination
Combination Sets of
jewelry Three pieces
CulT Buttons and iMn to
match also sets of But f f
S ftons
to match They cjmio in
gold or odd settings
Full OrcsHMnnior PlO
and UlosI1 V jt ijnd I
home rasoTuxcilq MuT
Her Tie stud filovos ju II
pretty on 1140 Tiiro liiultS
Handkerchiefs plain and I
initial 6 in a box 1 5VI
to 300 I
5 1
D IcI
4l54I ARo4DwAv
IbwKMrnoS
u
cities with tho eseciHIon of Son
Franrro show lnrr is > ii over 190C
The tterfcntaRO of ilrcrvoxf nn > ott < l
In tho daily average figures for the
month Is aiM flute pronounced a
lOll of ll I prr ont cousparedwithI I
97 In November S S
S
Tf1Il tInlllIl1lItJ
VnMi nRlon flea 17At lime 4 > e
BlnlnR of utntfixM today tIme tonI
tion of tao United States Uoawir
trnl >
WorWnn batanro In Uaomry <
offices 436J7COKlilu 4imIs nml
Ililllpplno troMurjr 1Ir7 1 1
Ttn total twJanw lu spinund
walt nSUHIG ui I > t a
S Ordinary rnxilj > l > catdny were
Ut 1031 wHIm dl nljllfI U ef
HWiMl S S t
Tile illicit to dale tltp fkrnV > > cr
Br9l14 as nRiiltnt UDJj1I rl l
at this tltho last ygtr
These figure exohiJo Tafidroo
eaual and public dut tran acUonfi 3
b it I
Would It not be n Rood d14 to
pee after your city take I before tho
rush comes Then you mlgHt t over
look tho matter and have to Ia > y tho
penalty
penaltyCOMFORT
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