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I 1i PAGE EIGHT a THE PAfiUCJAH EVENING SUN TUESDAY Drctunrn r 11
Dope For The Prize Fight Fans
Offer JVin Australia
PUttburgs Pa Dec 270wen
Moran of England announced that
ho had received an offer of 16000
from Hugh McIntosh the Australian
promoter for a fight between Moran
and Al Wolgast the lightweight
champion In London Moran ex
liresfcd his willingness to accept the
proposition
propasltonMike
Mike Daley Dead
Bangor Maine Dec 27ltke
Daley former lightweight pugilist
was found dead In a cell In the pollco
station here City Physician Bur
gee turned In sudden death no au
topsy Von the death certificate Da
Uys longest fight was with Austin I
Ribbons In New Orleans Daley be
tog knocked out In the 31 st round
LntiK Whip JlunlI I
London Dec 7nUI Lang tho I
former heavyweight champion of Aus I
tralla severely punIshed Jack Burns I
of California In o go here The I
tl I I
RIVER NEWS
QIII 4
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Hlver Slnjoti
Cliange In last 2 days I
Pittsburgh V04 10 J Tlse
Cincinnati 90 18 rise I
loubyfle J crt 04 taU
nntlylJll 49 14 fall I
Mt Vernon a V Sj t 07 tallE
ajt J Carmel 22 flfl 4d c
XaMivUle r 4 + 81 8o1 flee I
Chattanooga 31 07 rite I
Florence 14 03 rise I
Johnponvlllo I > 32 O5rrlse fi
Calm G 11 4S rlen 0
St Louis below 0 10 01 rise t
Paducah to 33 04 6td
llurnside r 34 liI rise I
CIrthagdZo 03 rise
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River jonrnstr
The river at Paducah will remain
shout ona stand for the next 13
of
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BellfitOf Oalhoun EvnnnJlle II
Cfa Waterloo Ala
J B Richardson fNafhrtlle
Sashvllle Nashville <
Ohio Golcorda
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Cowling etropolllJtl
AobortPOD Owens landing BrookE at
port Livlnsfstori Point
Nellie Wlllett Tennessee
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Clyde Joppaa
Calhoun Evansvlile
DTUchardron
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Nashville Nashville 6 p mJ
Ohio Golcondar
Cowling etropol1f
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Coffee Special t 1
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Idlewlld Brand Roast t
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Coif e fresh and strongrl
Four Pounds for
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100II
Granulated or pulverised
The best on the market
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SUPPLY COMPANY
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Cut Flowers
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Pints Carnations Buses etcb
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DrslKiiH and Wreaths for ceme
tery use e
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Schmaus Bros
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Both Phones 102 t
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We have tho largest assort
lent of cut flowers In thet
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match was for twenty rounds but
was stopped Jn the twelfth to save
Burns from further pounding Lane
was declared the winner He sent
the American to the floor several
times
Right Tame Hounds
Memphis Tenn Dec 27Jnmc8
Barry of Chicago and Tony Ross of
Newcastle Pa fought eight rather
tame rounds to a draw before tho
National Athletic club
Rout 1laa i Stopped
Philadelphia Pa Dec 27Tbe
new police regulations empowering
the club physician to stop a boxing
bout when he deems It necessary was
enforced tor the first time at the Na >
tlonal Athletic club Phil McQov
ern of Brooklyn was prevented from
continuing in his match with Eddie
OKcefe of this city whom McOov
ern had knocked down in the fifth
rounde
roundPavonla
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Pavorvla Tenne see
Jim putTy Tennccw
Roberta Owens tldln g Brook
port Livingston Paint
Wlllctt TennesseeMlxrcllaiicou
Mlxrcllaiicou +
Gauge at 7 a m read 63 feet
Indlcathrg a stand since yesterdays
Cloudy and warmer
At last Capt W L Berrys new
boat which has just had her boilers
and stacks Installed a the foot of
Broadway has had Its name uncov
ered It Is HIbernia andwas
chosen merely for Its oddity For a
long time It was thought that the
boat would be named the W L
Berry but Capt Berry never con
firmed It She will begin towing ties
out of the Tennessee In a hartI I
timeThe
The towboats Pavoula and Jim
Deify of the Ayer Lord Tie company
which arrived Saturday from the
Tennessee with tics 3efb today for
return trips
According to Capt Henry Baker
the AyerLord Te company the
companys dry docks st Brookport I
hare been completed and are salt
Ing for a rise In order that they
can be launched They will be
brought over to Paducah afterwards
The J B Richardson returned
from Nashville last night and left
G30 oclock this morning for
RvanevllleThe
The NaUivllta Is due this after
noon from Nashville and will leave
C p m for a return trip
The Clyde arrived at 030 this
morning from Waterloo Ala with
14 cars of lumber for metropolis and
Joppa and a sawmill outfit for Red
river She went to Joppa and will
return about S oclock tonight leav
ing tomorrow evening for a return
trip to Waterloo
Yesterday was quiet In river cir
cles The George Cowling from Me
tropolis and the ferryboat O W Rob
ertson were the only boats which
made trips Business was resumed
this morning
The Belle of Calhoun arrived to
day from Kvansvllle and left for a
return trip
No notice has bee given out as to
when the John L Lowly will resume
the Evansvllle trade She is tied up
the Tennessee
Very little Ice has posed here A
few stray cakes ware peon to paw
yesterday and a few today
The towboat Nellie Willett came
n last night from the Tennessee
river with ties and left today for a
return trip t
Captain Harry Leyh of the Eagle
Packet company St Louts has ar
rived and will superintend early re I
pairs to be made to the companys I
boats In the Ducks Nest
CftI I
In order to avoid the crushing
rush at the end of the month would
not be a good Idea to attend toi
your city taxes crawl I
Itcallntlc
During one of his presidential
trips Mr Cleveland accompanied byl
Secretary Olney arrived at a town J
In a heavy storm and they were
driven from the station with hall
stones rattling on the roof of their
carriage A brass band undismayed
by the weather bravely stuck to Its
post and played the welcoming airs
That Is the most realistic music I
ever beard remarked Mr Cleve II I
land What are they playIng I
asked the secretary of state Halt I
to the Chief with the real hall I
Success I
If you mall a check for your city
taxes It should reach the Treasurer 1
two or three days before the last of I
the month so ho may be able to
get It In his depolt on December 31
Otherwise It will have to include
too penalty
The man who uses aU the know
ledge he has has all the knowledge
he can use
n
IAI I Coal Is Alike Except
TRADE WATER
FOOL PEOPLE
I
AND KDUdVrai DOGS MINGL1
AT IIIOH SOCIAL FUNCTION
Petit Arrive Arrayed In Holiday Hal
input to llrrelvc Gifts
I
Boston Dec 7Dogs of nIt 1
sires ages hues shapes and ambl
tlons participated In a novel Christ
spas celebration at the residence o r
Miss Clara Dartenux of Common
wealth avenue 1 member of the ex
elusive Dack Bay set I
The party was In memory of Miss I
Barteauxs most beloved pet Henri
etta a Havana terrier which re
cently died I
At 2 oclock a long string of high i
bred dogs arrayed In their holiday
ralraent accompanied by their mas
ters and mistresses were received
by Miss Barteaux and the two dogs
of her household Lady Baltimore
and Tetrazzlnnl Both dogs are In
telligent t and greeted their visitors
In friendly fashion 1
There was music and dancing
throughout the afternoon and many
of the dogs showed off their various
accomplishments
The Christmas tree was of me
dium size and decorated with tinsel
silver hearts candy canes rubber
balls toy dogs and presents care
fully wrapped In tissue paper and
tied with red ribbon Each dog
guest received a present to say noth
ing of candy favors a rubber ball
and toy dog
Refreshments were also served
1
Among the prominent dog guests
was Spotty Braird whose father
was a fullblooded fox and his mother
1 fox terrier Fritz and Nlbbe Pope I
two elderly dascshunds were guests I
if honor and assisted In receiving
t
GOIIGRS ItltKAK
Daft In River Have Narrow Kscapc
Unitlent Ice
Oalllapolis 0 Dec 27 The
eavleu Ice gorges that have formed
o this section of the Ohio and Kan I
wha rivers for years broke Fleets
of f steamboat and barges moored In I
tldkport and In the mouth of tho I
treat Kanawha hid narrow escapes
rom being crushed and rank One
gasoline boat was crushed but the oc
pants were saved
The prediction comes from Prince
dBrd Island that canned codfish I
will oon drew the dried cod from
the market
REPORT OF Till CONDITION
OK TILE
Paducah Banking Cot +
Bank Doing Business at 400 Broad
way Town of Iuclurali County
of McCrackcn State of Kentucky
at the Close of Business on the
13th day of December 1010
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts 22112766
U 8 and other Bonds
Stocks and Securities 100000
Duo from Banks 2250C79
Actual Cash on hand 050934
becks cash Items and
exchange for clearingr 66JJ71
verdrafts unsecured 200141
Current expenses and
taxes paid 264855
teal Estate 807964
Furniture and Fix
tures 70000 Total 877964
Total 42265 3970
LIABILITIES
Capital 1 Stock paid In I
In cash 10000000
Surplus 900000 Un I
divided profits 9
13604 Total 1813604 I
Deposits on which Inter I
est is paid 210355
Deposits on which in
terest Is not paid
8755146 Total de I
posits 8965501
ertlHed Checks 1783
Due to Banks 592290
Notes and Bills redis
counted 11 + 78276
Bills payable 35
72516 Total 5150792
Total l 26523970
State of Kentucky County of Mc
Cracken Set
I Wm Hughes Cashier of the
BOlemnlylIwear I
wear that the above statement Is
true to the best of my knowledge I
and belief >
WM HUGHES Cashier II
Subscribed and sworn to before I
me by Wm Hughes this 27th day
rt December J910 My commission
expires February 8 1914
II F SINGLETON
SINGLETONNotary
Notary PublicI I
Correct Attest
AttestL
L S DU BOIS
H Or OVERBY
C L FAUST
FAUSTDIrectors
MRS MARY COOK
NATIVE OF WEUVXD IS OAMK n
TO REST
IXTII I
I
Dies At Home other D UKlitcrf M lhI
Slil Terrell ISM Roll Hi
Ninth Street
I
Mrs Alary Cook 72 years old on e
of tho oldest and best known rest
dents In time city died at 124 >
oclock this morning of complication
and general debility at the homo or f
timer daughter Mrs A Sid Terrell
125 South Ninth street Mm Cool
had been in only a short time She <
was born In VEstport Ireland and
Imm > grated to Canada in early
womanhood with hw parents From
hero they went to New York
thence to Chicago and from then
they moved to Tennessee end camo to t
Paducah later She was the wife at
John Cook a Confederate soldier
who was drowned on his return home
at the close of the Civil war
iMrs Cook was a member of < lu
St Francis do Sales Cathollo church
and possessed a lovable deposition
She leaves a host of friends Surviv
lag I her arc two daughters Mrs Ter
rell and Mm John Terrellut S05
Washington street
Tho funeral services will be con
ducted at 9 oclock tomorrow morn <
Ing at the St rants do Sales
Catholic church tho Rev Father II
A Connolly officiating Burial will
be In Oak Grove cemetery
Funeral of Kloin Ann lluiiipons
The funeral of Floa Ann Dump
OIIH the 2yearold daughter of Mr
and Mrs George Bnmpous of Mai
roc died Sunday afternoon at 6
oclock of diphtheria was held at 2
oclock yesterday afternoon and bur
tel was In the Massac cemetery Tho
Itev Mr Terry officiated
Funeral of Tliiinunn Ooley
The body of Tburman Coley who
died Saturday of tuberculosis at his
home In Tylar was burled at tho
Palestine cemetery yesterday after
non at 2 oclock Mr Coley was 19
years old and was the son of Mr
and Mrs B F Ooley lie leave
many friend
Ilural ofOarlaml 1 B 01
The body of Garland B West 65
years old of 1C 11 Cay street who
died Sunday morning at 5 oclock
was burled et 10 oclock yesterday
morning In Oak Grove cemetery
Mr Wm was a retired farmer and
it survived by blfwltfl Mrs 1 Vltulla
Weft and two cons
A WORD TIIATIXCITKS WIIATH
o
Obey Ju Marriage Vows Provoke
Milli and Humor
A woman probate judge out In
barbarous Kansas where women
seem to engage la 1 all forms of ac
tivity nave that of being charming
bat got her name Into the public
print by omitting the word obey
from the marriage service not at
her own marriage but at the snip
Uals of those Kansan Hanks and
Jemlmahs who appear before her to
be united If thin jurist of the
steppes had been a man no one
would have paid any attention to
her or him for the omhwloiv of
the word is now a thricetold tale
But being a woman she has won the
Immortality of stray paragraphs
and some of the Kansaa City gazettes
and newsletters leave printed crude
woodcuts of her countenance
Whenever we hear of a clergyman
or magistrate thus excising the oath
of obedience from the service or of
a brideelect objecting to its pres
ence we are moved to Indulge In I
hoarse frardonlc snickers Going far I
ther we commonly proceed to a se
ries of distinctly audible chuckle
culmlnatlnfl in an unmistakable gut
taw Old subscriber processserv
ers and brother lodge members loll
Ing In our anteroom often flnd our
mirth w vociferous and contagious
that they join in without knowing
Its caueo
caueoAnd
And why such outbreaks of glad
nollCC7 Why all this hullabaloo of
merriment Simply because we have
been of the firm opinion for the last
fortytwo years that the Insertion of
the word obey In the hymeneal
libretto was and Is tho worlds mas
terplece of practical joking It Is no
more to be taken seriously than the
word honorable before tho name
of a plutocratic United States sena
tor In Intent and significance It Is
essentially satirical and any woman
who demands that it be removed con
fesses by her very demand that she
Is entirely destitute not only of a
sense of humor but aha of the most
elementary feminine chicanery and
guile Indeed we are of the opin
ion that any human being of what
ever sex who falls to sea and enjoy
a whimsicality to obvious is a fleglr
tlmate object of scornful mirth
METHOD OF TAKING
REAL TURKISH BATH
NATIVE RCUUI1 IS ATTENDED 111
VARIOUS ODUHMONIDS
A1I the luvtlrkN for the Rich 1 veil
ClKnrettp and Oiffix tPoonr
Classes Cttnio for Sake of the
rash Only
MASSAnii VICHY VIOOHOUS
I Ix > ndon Tho tourist who wandei
about Stamboul will from tlmo to
jtlme come on domed buildings of all
jslzot which might be taken for inns
iques but that they seem to have no
fountains and no minarets From
I Some place such as the terrace of tho
mpsquo of Sultan Sulaymnn where
their I roofs may 4je overlooked U will
Ibe seen that the low domes ore often I
of a peculiar salmon pink color and
always covered with glass fcullwjvj
as though the Turks practiced Freud
Intensive cultivation on their roots
These are the real Turkish Laths
I Quite apart from the ceremonial
waih before prayer Islam which
consider cleanllnr jllI + not M much
next to godllnoM as a art of godll
flees Itself ordain a periodical scrub
all over And tho Turk unlike the
sodden West nor tits In hot water j
but prefers a hot roam a tap and a
basin as A innlmiiin and a sham aI I
poocr and flesh glove If he can afford
such luxuries IItrordI I
lone enters as In the Vest Into
the cooling room generally a high
Idomed room wUi ninny galleries
around a marble floor and a foun
sin and Before going to a private
roam or If tho bath Is to J 110 done on
the cheap scale to a place on the lug
common sofas one exchanges dirty
boots for illprhod heoHras itior
This habit of taking off boots or
boots or galoshes observes the In
dlanapolla News Is the Eastern
equivalent for taking off the hat and
ha the advantage of coanKno o > tT
the now meaningless Western cus
tom Vatrh and valuables roar be
left under the care of the cooling
room attendant who superintends
the process of undressing winds a
loin cloth around one and throw a
primrose towel over ones thuldenr
Before croMng the floor of the cool
Ing room the slippers are again ex
changed for wooden clogs wherein
the novice walks like Agag delicate
ly In fear of a fall till he learn to
Imitate the speed of the toathmcn t > y
abandoning all attemHs to walk and
executing a tilt shuffle
The outer hot room at about the
temperature of an English shampoo
ing room Is a very secondary affair
One stays there for a time stilt
clothed In tho prlmroio towel re
clining on a dktant Imitation of a
bed drinking coffee and smoking a
cigarette perhaps watching a coupk
cf cbampooers amusing themselves
by a wrestling lout The customer
and the shnmpooer wear tho same
tn pe of loin cloth an elaborate check
of red amid rellow that may be seen
any day In the streets of an apron
worn bv the Albanian sellers of
chestnut or sweet meats and which
may IM > studied on tho loom in thp
street of the Flour Mill
Democracy of Islam 1
If that cigarette Is finished como
Into tho Inner room tho real bath
Tho attendant pulls off the shoulder
Tiorefore our somewhat noisy roars
of laughter
laughterNever
Never In all history has any worn
in promli < ed to obey her nascent
husband at the matrimonial altar
without a mental reservation Whtls
tho very word Itself Is being formed
upon her lips her mind Is ever busy
with plans to make It a hissing and
a mocking The misguided man be
side her hypnotized by her baleful
smile rejoices in the fact that rfia
Is now hlsn but In reality ho has
become bern Henceforth his life
will be regulated by her Imperious
will She will limit and determine
the evenings on which he may attend
the meetings pf his lodge she will
select the food he Is to eat and tho
neckties he la to wear She will
force him to varnish the kitchen
floor when he wants to read the
work of Balzac she will take him
to symphony concerts when he pre
lets beer and Meyerbeer she will
drag him to church wben his soul
yearns for a crab feast down the
river If there are children she will
select the names of each and all
overruling his protests and en
treaties If there are none she will
exercise her prerogative in the label
ng of tho household cats and dogs
It he wants the parlor papered in
green she will havo It done In red
If he Is fond of penuchle she will
prohibit It In the hens P on pain of
the bastinado And IIl1t tho while
the record of the parish will show
that she once promised to obey html
Baltimore Sun
towel and opens the door a hoav
wooden affair kept shut by a counter
weight whore banging Is not the
leant characteristic noire In the bath
Hroom Is a large square dome
room Innumerable bultaajrcs In th e
dome admit tho light which tht
whitewashed walls reflect making 11 i
light and airy effect On a crea t
square slab in the middle they hnv
placed a towel and a pillow and her
one lies leaving the clogs on tin
floorHound
Hound the room screened tom
one another by dwarf walls are a
roW of marble fta lntf and hero may
h 10 seen all classessnob Is the
democracy of Warn from the army
officer to the day laborer whose
The poorer clatsw do not Indulge In
lie poorer classes do not tlnduli o la
the luxury of mawngo they come for
n wash only and often bring thwlt
own mall far economys sake It Is
not uncommon to nee two of them
scrubbing one another by turns
Meanwhile ono lies on the groat owi
tral slab and counts tho Imtlseyes
which star tho dome or watches the
water drops gather nnd fall for tho
heut U damper than In IigKtrti I
baths
bathsPresently
Presently unbidden tho hlmni
I poour mounts tho slab and squat bo
lido his victim Most of his work
consist in kneading tho flesh rather
than tho long heavy stroke of an
Rngllfh lIIallll lIrnut when tho cus
tomer lit i turned on his face the nww
soar becomes more onergtitic Ho
plucks the ekdn on earn atdo of tho
spni walls up and down on the I
back and strenuously Kntlxro up
armx and legs Into curious bone
breaking knots rcpardlero of the
grants of thu stiff jointed west A
final wiporOordlan knot and Ilio
clapping of i Im hands shows that It
Is over
WMi lit boil Honltli
Tho customer ns soon as ho can
collect lmbs which stomp to have
been pulled clean off him adjourns
to one of the basins and Is I rubbed
with a rough glove to takv off the
Old skin Then tho nifin Lungs a
battered metal bowl old taxi old
bath Is the Turkish proverb for
the old old story with soap and
11 lather wisp of 3rf Mecca palm
fiber and scrubs conscientiously for
tome ten rolnuten working with the
abandon of a zealous houuniald on
a floor forgetful apparently that
tho object he Is I scrubbing lit I flrsh
and blood
Finally he pours warm water from
tho bowl to wash away the test of tho
soapsuds and If tho bath a largo
and uptodato one conducts his well
t rerubied > victim to n cold douche
Drrict takes place In the outer hot
room sunry loin cloths and low s
are wrapped about the body 1t small
Iqwel snakes a lemon tor the head
and clean clogs are prpdocod for tho
feet which have been dried with
great sometimes + Inconveniently
groat care A loud clapitoff of
hands announces that the procens Is
aver and the three or fourTurhn wlio
Item always to bo doing nothing
realouvly In the room crowd round to
with ono good health
The Evening Suntoe A Week
EXCURSION
BULLETIN
BULLETINHOLIDAY
HOLIDAY RATES
Tickets will be sold at
reduced rates on Decem
ber 15 16 and 17 and Do
comber 21 22 23 21 and
25 and on December 31
and January 1 final limit
January 8 1911 to nIl
stations on the I C and I
Y M r V n K in Ala
bama Kentucky Louisi
ana Mississippi and Ten
lessee also to Cairo 111
Helena Ark Evansville
Tnd and Cincinnati 0
Rate ono and onethird
faro pins 25 cents for the
round trip
J T DONOVAN
Agent City Office
R M PRATUER
Ticket Agt Union Depot
r I INCREASE PAY
IS HKCtriJKD I IIV fXKWIOTIVK
KVOIXKKIIS
r +
k k
I Also llrtlor WorklniQ Tcrjiui tTrlllr
I Agrcenunt anti flf linllnbads I s 1
a 11 C
I 16lJto
Auto between tho Brootherhood of
IxiconioUve Engineer I and 61 ralU
roads wont north and south of Chi
cage ryas settled by tho englnetrsya u
Kuttliw an average Incream n wags
of 19 nor cent of limo 1910 wags
colo Riving them for Ohrlrtman amc
average pf approximately lll 2 for
cacti of the iIJOOO man involved for
each subsequent year 8pt fflcaJy
tile agreement iirovidwi for a raliu of
40 cents a day for all cirKinevns witht
a differential In addition of 25 cents t
for 215000 l pound engine an added l
differentia of 75 cents a daji for Uu t
smaller mallet engines amt a differ
entlal of l a day for thu ht > avk si
malletsNuiuprous
Numerous specific working condl
Ions are Improved by the agreementhf +
signed and engineers are give cats
tot > of the electric and gnAolinn motor
ears used as looontollves with am lit
erosso of 50 cents a day In pntvnt
wager HosUery under Iho frotwS
turn pf thtf fiiKlnw > n EL UH jnmviuu
of twetyHw cents a day TIlt now
Get is i effective with the signature of
the agreement today
aJ a i
City Tax Notice
December 31 means payment to
bfl In goals of City Treasurer In
time for deposit that day Offlco
will bo open from 7 to 9 Vednemslayt
Thursday and Friday nights to ar
rommodato those who cant conic In
tho day time You will ware your
self time In waiting your turn br
comiiiK at once If the ruth la on
GKO tV WAITKHS Trras
beforeat
TuMol Irctura at Womans Club
Ilubbl Flnetorleber of Davenport
Iowa who Is visiting relative in
tho city lectures on Tojstol this
afternoon at the Womans club Dr
Flnetchrleber Is I a man of brilliant
mentality and culture and his lea
lure on Tolitol Is said to bo the
bust of his notably Ano lecture
series Jlo speaks under the auspices u
of the Literature and Eduacilonl
departments of tho Womens club b
and this tnoctlne Is an open one
a
Itrtuni Front Mayflrld
Mrs I A Clark 620 South Sixth
street and Misses Margaretto and
Myrtle Clark and Mrs John Wllklns
and Mrs jr K Maltlioa have re
turned from Mnyflold where they
attended tho funeral of Mrs VII
liam Clark
ClarkREMOVAL
REMOVAL
REMOVALNOTICE
NOTICE
Dandle Owen Phillips
TO
a
227 Broadway
OM 1 ArncrIcaoGcritifin Nntloiinl
Honk lliilldtiiff
Phono 100 +
ItlUI ESTATE LOANH AND
t INHUUANCi
e
M
FOR S LE
Five acres of good land one mill
from city limits on gravel road
near school house Most dcslra
blo place for suburban homo
where you can live for one half
the cost of living In the cityt
Fine location for s truck gardenr t
where you can have your own r
cows hogs and poultry A ownI I
bargain and easy payments For
further Information leo E V
1
of1turther
WHY HAVE A NOVICE
Experiment with your motor or elevator when you can get an
experts advice and service at ho samo price See
L L HAQER
With K K D Electric Co
0
7Old Ilromhvny
+
x
lit I is better Burns to dry ash ro clinkers full weight Lump 12c bushelNut lie bushel All domestic
coal is rescreened at our elevator before delivery I
WEST KBNTUCKV COAL COMPANY
0111 111
Yard Elevator Foot of Ohio ItreeBoth J Phones No 324J 335
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