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IIFre h Air in Winter
In winter it is hard to get fresh air
in certain rooms Some rooms in a
house are usually colder than others
and if you open the windows it is
hard again to heat the room properly
If you keep the windows closed
you dont get fresh nlr if you keep
them open you cannot quickly reheat
the room The
i6T
RIFECTIO
SMOKCLCS3
1
Alolutcly smokeless and odorless
solves the difficulty You can leave
the windows in a room open all day
In winter tend when you close them f
apply a match to a Perfection Oil
Heater and heat the room to any tem
perature you desire in a few minutes
The Perfection Oil Heater Is finished in japan or nickel It burns for
nine hours It has a cool handle and a damper top It has an automatic
locking flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned hich
canbe
enough to smoke and Is easy to remove and drop hack so that the wick can be
i quickly cleaned An Indicator always shows amount ot oil In the font
The Sller cap does not need to be screwed down It Is put In like a cork
In a bottle and Is attached to the font by a chain
The burner t > > 3y or gallery cannot become wedged bccauseof a new
device In construction and consequently it can always be easily unscrewed in
I an Instant for rewicklng The Perfection Oil Heater is trong durable well
made built for service yet light and ornamental
Dtabri Evtryitlit n If tot ct Jom frito facer jtttrtftfH ctroJtf
to l > it lusntt tftxcy ef tkt
Standard Incorporated Oil CompanyI II I I I
I I
A
IIUOOKPOUT
Postmaster George Ruth went to
Iaducah Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Thomas Eloy wont
to Paducah Wednesday
Stanley Kerr wont to Paducah on
WednesdayJohn
John MetcaJfe of Pope county Is
visiting relatives here
Tho child of Mr and Mrs Arthur
Lyiton Is HI II I I
fire George Rush And daughter
y
ihave returned from a shopping trip
to Pa Sneak
PaiucohJohn
John Hodge of Azotus is visiting
in Brookport
BrookportJohn
John Holmes went to Paducch on
Thursday Mrs Mary Warren wont to Padu I
cab Thursday on a shopping trip
Dr GarroUof Azotus Is In Brook
DrookI110rt
Wlllhim Babb of Pope county j
wot here Thursday I
Brookport had another mow this
thlejwlek
Captain Mike Campbell who has I
been 111 Is ImprovingI I i
Mr n H Hannor Islniprbvlna
Mrs Mike Whalen went to Padu
cab Thursday to shop
Miss Georgia McGco returned
Wednesday from Paducah
John Woodruff went to Paducal
Wednesday
WednesdayCam
Cam Dillard went lo Paducah Wed <
day
dayArch
Arch Vlckers of Popo county
palled through Brookport Wednes
day on his way to Paducah
Mr Dltorllno went to ndueah on
business Wednesday
Tho AyorLord Tie company drj
docks are about completed and will
be towed to Paducah toon
1KDKUAL JIKflUIATIOXS
i
Of Unlliond Iayonil by Clicsai > eiik e
nod Ohio oirlrlal
New York Dec 235 Robert Ma
thor chairman of tho board of dlroc
torn ot tho WostlnghouTO Electric <
and Maiiudicturiivs company wn
sailed today hoforo tho railroad so
cttrltlos onmmit tan Ho declare
Ilmt U the government regiiJatlona o f
railroads were to continue to Inter
for with the oradit of railroad cor
pornttons Iho gorernmont thouM th11
In and cod its orodlt In order to as
rltt the railroads In carrying on Ulolr
work of lmt rovomonta Frank
TViimluM cJiarnmn of tho board or
ofldiroctotw I
director of tho Cliosapcuko and Ohio
ralhvoy tyild Ms sympathies won
with federal regulation Ho said ho
Is In favor ot having tho government
make n physical valuation of the
rallroada
i MimiOPOMS i
Bow or Lennrd Is homo from the
State university to spend rho hall
daysHoy
Roy 13 Helm nttorncovattew of
Salt Lako City tho toil of Senator
nird Mm D W H elm is homo for n
fow days visit Ho took the Third
degree in Masonry Wednesday night
Rotompnnlcd ibj I the family of his
father will leave Mondays for Clinton
where ho wilt be united in wedlock to
Miss Mable Moore
Mr and Mrs Henry Babenstroet
have moved to BcJIevillo to reside
They came here with tho sewer con
tractors and hoped to mikes this < ber
future home is Mrs Hftbowtroofs
11 I
10SlM TKillT COUnllN
I
lrnmellnde Cnah IJrlll 1
Hero In the cffpfst and most I
powerfully cfTprtlvo roiisli cure I
Iluyd
of your druggist or tiavo him
order It from tho wholesaler
two and onu half ounce of ear
nenco inrnthnlnxciip In the pack
age lit full dlrrctlon for making 1
a nlcndl > r laxative curallve cough
syrup This amount mnkcir a full 11
pint at n saving of from J3 to U
n compared with ordinary labeled
cough syrup and It Is really bet
they 1
system ttf the cold and cough by
Its laxative action
byll ll I I
buy the incntholaxcne and make i
a syrup nocorJlnc to directions
j accompanying mina t This Is I tho for
Kimenco mentholnxenn SH Ors
Usee
Direction tell how to prepare
the syrup nt home It Is I certainly
n hleaslnR for old people and
loo ena the lightest cough In an
hour while children like to tnke
It and It prevent pneumonia
fever and other iompllcat Ions by
Its tonic and Inxmvp nrtlon ono
fur any throat nr lung trouble
ito
ISf IScurative IS and pen Stating thin till
curative suns nf throat proporttp and lungs with Its
555 5 5 5 5 5
parents Mr and Mrs Uriah Morgan
reside herd but lark of employment
forces them to leave
PaulvMtrtkey who is onn > oyrO In
Kansas City Is homo to rpcnd < JIOI I
I
holldnye
C L U Mulkef < TOtttrnwl Fxldny
from n school near Chicngo with hM I
son Utwrenoc ro that ho might iqxind
tho holiday al homo I
Mire Heba Adcox la upending the
hoMdnys In SU Louis with rclnUVB
Mrs Anna Davis la confined tohor
bcd and Is Inn perk > us toherI I J
a corn ItIs feared that 8ho111
loose her foot
A blaze In the barn of James
Hedge In East MctrojioHs brought
thaflre department out Thursday
Dr Albert WflU of Joppa spent
Sunday with his parents Dr and I
Mrs J T Will Dr J T WUlls Is
In bad health and not able to bo out 4
alias Cynthia Guinn hue returned
from a visit to her relatives at
Ganntown
Roland Slater has returned from
Kankakee where he has been em
ployed
W II Tabor Is In ClnelnnaU this
week In tho Interest of tho
Metropolis Bending Worlill
j1m j I S S Shoemaker boa returned
< o her homo In Memphis after soy
oral weeks visit with relative b N
Ed Brown of Paducah spent Sun
day hero with friendS
Miss Mario DAvison la homo from
tho Stntn unl vtvl tji at Champaign to
spend the holidays
Oharloa Corlnston and wife pent
Sundoirat CreoJ Srinpi with Dr and
Mrs Covlngton nnd woro nocom
IKtnlod homo ibj a elstcr to spend tho
thoIh0l4d38
Mm Coeelo need who Monday
drank laudonum Is now out of
danger
dangerTho United > States marshal camo
Monday and took Dcnnte Philips a
tinner to tho federal court at Dan
ville charging him with bootlegging
Charles Sumner of Harrisburg Is
visiting relatives In this city
Mr and Mrs Harry Moruhcad or
Jonesboro Ark are visiting Mrs
Kllrabctli Blcourt Mrs Soreheads
motherMr nnd Mrs L M Brooks of
Iaducnh aro visiting Mr and Mrs
William Jolx Mrs Ilrooks parents
Mrs Emma Davlson ot Paducah
Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs
John Heck
Mrs Carrlo Chllds has returned
from an extended visit In Chicago
John Hood who Is employed on
tho railroad near Duquoln Is homo
to spend tho holidays
Mclvtllo Steward Is homo from
tho slate university at Champaign
to spend tho holidays
W D Thompson visited In Urook
port Sunday
Mrs WUHam Martin visited In
Paducah Sunday
Kosla Shlpman visited friends In
Paducah Sunday
Sam Hester Is visiting his son at
New Burnsldcs
Ira Roberts spent Sunday In Pa
ducah with relatives
Gus Rhelmcyer and son Fred and
his family spent Sunday In Brook
po ttOlr
Mr and Mrs William Teuton
spent Christmas In Brookport
Ott Drake visited friends in Pa
durah Sundpy
Mrs Daly Crouch and daughter
Mrs Bertha Lynn visited relatives
at Brookport Sunday
Mrs Almeda Liddle of Mt Car
met Is visiting Mr and Mrs Clar
ence Thompson
Bert Hungcrford of Loda ar
rived Sunday for a visit with Mr
Mrlanll
Mr and Mrs Ed Hart of Marlon
arrived Sunday for a visit with Mrs
I A Reliable Remedy
rm
CATARRH
CATARRHElys
Elys Cream Balm
li I qulcllr absorbed
Olvu Rtlfcl al Once
It cleanses soothes
I heals and protects
the dllltUftI memo
brana resulting from Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in the Head quickly Restores
the Senicflof Taste and Hmell Full alas
CO eta at Druggists or by mall Liquid
Cream Balm for ula atomisen 75 pU
Ely Brother CO Warren Street New York
farts parents Mr and Mrs 0 T
LoinngwcllDr
Dr Flatter visited lila son lodge
at Urookport Sunday
Dr Waters and family of Brook
port spent Sunday hero with rela i
tives
Mr and Mrs H a Garner spent
Sunday In Paducah with relatives
Kd Benjamin who travels out of
St Louis Is home for the holidays I
Mrs William Roberts and mother
Mrs Donning visited In > Paducah
over Sunday
Mr and Mrs Charles Oownn of
Marlon aro visiting relatives here
Frank llagland Is l homo from Wis
consin for tho holidays
Miss IlcuUh Covliigton who has
been visiting her brother Charles
Covlngton returned to her homo at
Crral Springs Sunday
Mr and Mrs Charles Covlngton
loft Sunday for a visit to relatives
at Ktlxabcthtown
KtlxabcthtownQua
Qua Causer left Sunday for Her
rln to seek employment
James Gulnn of Smlthland U
visiting J W Darn well and family
Miss Minnie dray and W J
Yatcs and family left Sunday for a
visit to relatives at Kuttawa Ky
Attorney William Jlarapendalpb
of Muskogee Is visiting his parents
Mr and Mrs H Ilarnpondalph
Mr and Mrs Wort Llndsey visit
ed In Gannlown Sunday
Mr and Mrs James Reason of
Joppa are visiting relatives here
Frank Cprlls of Memphis Is I visit
lug his mother Mrs Lou Corlls
IsIIUnlt
visiting his parents Mr and Mrs
John new
Charles Dollar has returned from
several months stay at Cairo
IDid I you notice rho wolfish
manner In which a man looks at a
aIproltr
Put That Christmas Money Where It Will t Do the Most Good
Lot I It Be the Foundation fora Serene Comfortable Future
j
Spending all you make is mercjy a habit though a bad one And SAVING though one of the hest ones young folks can have is also n mere
habit And its just about as easy to get started in once a beginning is made as oily of tho milder forms of BAD habit MAKE THAT
CHRISTMAS MONEY OP YOURS yield you a profit not only by placing it with us ati per cent interest but by making it the first step iii tins
satisfying GOOD habit
I
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HUNDRED DOLLARS SPENT I AND A HUNDRED IN THE BANK IS EXa
4 J f 11 14 io
ACTLY I TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT DOLLARSTHE HUNDRED WHICH YOU DIDNT SPEND THE HUN
DRED WHICH YOU PUT IN BANK AND THE EIGHT DOLLARS INTEREST WHICH IT HAS IJARNIlb DURING
t I
ING THE YEAR YOU CAN DO ITS THE FIRST STEP is THE HARDEST
I H <
Dolt I put oiT ybif j could I consider for ten years and not find one single good reason 1 fort t putting bp by at I least I r1 A LITTLE of wlmt your linrd work I
earns
1 And That t Christmas Money Will Give You a Fine Start
I
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
4 Per Cent Interest on Savings tr Open Every Saturday Night
I i
r
Ua COMMISSARY
HAS BEEN ROBBED
AMKItlCAXH I AND IAXAMANIACS
AUK IIKM ILl SIONSI111d r
ion CRIME
t
Dec
Colon Panama Dec 27 Offlclal r
InvotftlKntJon was trtarted today Jnto
charges Involving Americana Mat
tho United States commhqlonary r
hero halt boon robbed of hundreds of
thousands of dollars worlh ot sup
plies It Is expected that ton or moro
government oinployca will Ibo Intuit
rated SjrUonmUo grafting was ro
vcatal last night in the arrest of J r
JL Hlnes Peter Peterson and
Charles Silver all Americans and
several native Authorities nflogo
that for months tho prisoners have
drivers wagons to tho commissary
loaded them with food and wearing
apparel and carted them away under
hay and straw lllnee and Pctonwn
conduct tho AIotTOpolo holed and tt
a alleged that they dlnponxl of
tolen goods there at immense
profit
A Splendid t PI eve of Work
Mr Chris McMahon IIBR received
a handsome present from his brother
Gus McMahon of Lander Wyoming
It Is a leather hunting caso with
separate compartments for the stock
barrel and shells Mr McMahon Is
a leatherworker and the case is all
handwork It Is ot heavy leather
and decorated handsomely with hand
carving and sewed with secret ou
stitches Local Icatherworkcrs say
that It Is I a splendid piece of work
NOTICE
AX oilDINANCK 1IlOIHIUTIXn
SAM OF FIHKWOHKH OU ENj
1IXWIVKS TIII UHK OF HAMK OU
FIRING OF 8XMK IX TUN CITY
Ol i IAPVCAII WILL Illi HtaiDLY
NV1olt
IOU VlOIiATINd
VlOIiATINdIIHXUV
III XItY filXGKUV
CIIIKP OF roLici i
J J WOOD
CHIEF FIRE DEFT
Circuit Judge Meet i
Circuit Judge WlllUm need left
today for Louisville where be will
attend tho annual meeting of tho
Kentucky Circuit Judges associa
lion Tho session will be held all
today and the Judges will convene
In tho Gait house
1 TAKM OAltUT St t
Remember that when your kidneys
are affected your life Is I in danger M
Mi Mayor Rochester N Y says
1My troublo started with A sharp
shooting pain over ray back which
grew worse dally I felt sluggish and
tired mr kidney action was Irregu
lar and Infrequent I started using
Foley Kidney Plll Each dose
seemed to put now lIfq and strength
Into mo and now I am completely
cured and feol bettor and stronger
hAn for yearn Gilberts drug storo
AT man Lirrrim OFFICE
r
loslotico Ihjmrtnient Urnllio Net
Revenue 1871071
Washington Dec U5Alec of
artloc AoeumulatM In alto division
ot dead loiters In the poatolTlco do
fart l lent during tho last fow days
pmbnvtod 7391 catalogued Items axr +
gregating f984GSO ur an awrngo
of 1133 for each jxitxxjl sold uncord
ing to tho report of tho iKutmastur
general Tho net revenue wax
I S 73375
73375Tho
The racTchandiso dirpoml of cm
iracwl und ll1wed matter of 8ol ib > j
value for which tho owners could
not bo found received during the
Hcftl year ftidol June 30 1909 and
rcprenentcd tnlcablo artlclnu found 1a
l3XI9ri J parools and letters
The falliing to rnntoro this matter
to the owners In nearly all instance
waa duo to nogloct of Iho vender to
placo his card or address upon Ito
wrapper
No fnlso irytcno hainvirlccxl Uio
career of Fays Croani BAlm JJolnit
entirely harmless III s not rczponsl 1
bile like tho catarrh cnuT and
powders for minds shattered by co
calno Tho greet vlrtuo of Elys
Cream Balm is J that it speedily and
completely overcomes nasal cntnnrh
and hay fever Buck of this state r
nont Is tho testimony ot thousands
and a reputation ot many years sue
f8r All druggists COo Qr mailed 5
by > Ely Bros GC Wnrrcnt Street
< ew Yorkel
rltlln Regulation
Prof Tuniir had been spending n
vacation 111 Egytpt to Buponlso tlio
erocUon of a tolewopo at Holouan
CaP Iflfons wlio was in charge of
the Instrument std Unit bi had
found that at noon every daj + a gun
WItS tired and wag anxious to know
bow tho system worked Accordingly
he > n < prylowcd the gunner and askedt t
how Ito know when to give tho slgnnL
Oh I look at my watch sold tho
official
And how do you correct owtip
captainI
I take it to tho maker In Cairo
and ho lola mo tho error
Forthwith Capt Lyons Interviewed
the watchmaker nnd naked him how
ho chocked tho error of tho watch
I got tho cwroot lImo from tho
guntuid the simple craftsman ArId a
Thus time was told In I ayfiltSion I
roal Standard
t4yfair t
fair Sane ot baseball lg occasionally
r111a 1

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