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GEORGE 01 HART
L ENTERS INTO REST
jo
The Veteran Merchant Pusses
I Peacefully Away
Druggist Steamboat Owner and
Hardware Dealer Prominent
Citizen of Pndiicnh
II
HELVED DEVELOP TilE CITY
T
pCaptain
Captain George O Hart pioneer
tcamboatman merchant and cburrh
man and ono of Paducahs most
f prominent citizens died this morn
q Ing at 11 oclock of complication of
u diseases after a ten days Illness IN
died at his home 913 Jcffiiroi
street and was surrounded by his
0entire family his condition Airing
been pronounced hopeless sine first
attacked Uraemlc poisoning ii said
to have been the direct cause of his
death although complications aided
by a general collapse hastened iho
endCaptain
< Captain George 0 Hart was bon
In GIrard Pami and was 72 years
old Ho spent his early youth ai Now
Albany Ind where his father the
Rev Edson Hart was a mnh t for
years lie moved to Paducah In 1SC7
and had been a resident of tills city
since
sinceWhen
When ho camo to Paducah ho en
gaged In tho hardware business He
M associated with his brother Captain
Ed Hart now of Memphis He con
ducted a steamboat line Independ
ently between Louisville and Clncln
natland Cincinnati and New Orleans
One of the finest boats he ever own
ed was the St Patrick a side
r wheeler before coming to Paducah
and ho was master of several boats
hcj owned and Intimately acquainted
acquaintedwith
In 1867 ho engaged In the hard
Waro business here and made a suc
cess from the start His store has al
Hays been one of the most prom
nqnt In West Kentucky
Capt Hart was twice married
His first wife was Miss Addle Stout
tiff Indiana He married her In New
Albany In 1855 Sho died several
Scars later and In 1876 he married
again His second wife was Miss
Marlah Harris He leaves by his
first wife four children George B
Hart Mrs Charles T HInklo and
Mrs J D Mocquot of the city and
Mrs Henry Wclssengcr of Louls
vllle By his second wife ho leaves
ouo son Edson Hart of the city
One brother Capt Ed Hart of
Memphis survives him
Captain Hart was always a prom
inent man He took little part In
politics but was active In the com
mercial world nnd a good church
man being a deacon In tho Presby
tartan church of which he was a
member and for years took a great
Interest In Its Sunday school
Genial bright and witty and well
OH
Baldwin Co
Manufacturers of
PIANOS and ORGANS
Sell on installments ard
take old instruments in
exchange
DISTRIBUTING OFFICE
518 BROADWAY
WIT r MILLER BRO
I Phono I041a
FINEPIPES
PIPES
L CHEAP
CHEAPPIPES
PIPES
I Pipes
To suit you See window
for assortment Prices from
5c to 1000
1000AT I
AT
SMITH NAGELS
Drug Store
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w
met he was always ono of tho most
popular men In tho city and num
bered among Ills friends the young
men In whom he took much Inter
est as well as the older men
Captain Harts business relations
were not many Ho was tho prlncl
pay stockholder In the firm of
George 0 Hart Son Hardware
company and was also a director of
tho Citizens Savings bank and a
stockholder In tho Paducah Veneer
Lumber company
No funeral arrangements havo
been made but It Is stated by mem
bars of the family that the funeral
will not take placo before Friday
Captain Hart was a member of tho
Elks lodge
lodgeNEW
NEW QUARTERS
SKCUIIKI HY MKC1IAMCS ANU
KAIlMKIUS HANK
Will Move ArroftM the Street lu 1MO
> Hroadtvny Fixtures Already In
lliillding
Growth In business has ncccHjtut
cd larger facilities for the Mechanics
and Farmers Savings bank ani the
building at 21O Broadway now oc u
pled by the J G Rehkopf Buggy
company as an omco has b en piir
chusrd by that bank which w < oc
copy it within the next few week
The Mechanics and Farmers Sav
lags bank was organized In Januar
1903 occupying space In tho Ameri
can German National bank building
The doors wero thrown open for de
posits January 3 IDi aijd in the
three years of its exl tdn lIlt Jan i
vary the deposits flat ncreaiet to
over 200 < 000 and today the Kxnk
ha over HW deposit jc
The billdlng purciiiti for bank
Ing quarters for tho banK wan niio
occupied by the AmericanGerman Na
tional bank The fixtures Installed
by that bank were handsome oak
finish and have remained In the
building during Its occupancy by the
Rehkopf Buggy company They will
servo again for the Mechanics and
Farmers Savings bank
The removal to tho new qua tera
which will take place as soon as the
present occupants can vacate will
give the bank ample accommodation
for Its business for many years to
come The building was purchased
from Mr J G Rohkopf and the omce
of that company probably will be
moved Into the store adjoining
Notice to Democratic Voters
The following persons will bo en
titled to voto In tho Democratic pri
mary election to be held In Paducah
Kentucky on Thursday the 20th
inst to wit
All registered Democrats who have
In their possession registration cer
tlflcatcs and all of those who havo
moved Into the city of Paducah from
other parts l of Kentucky and will
have lived In McCracken county six
months and In their respective pre
cincts sixty days next before tho Gth
day of November 190C and who
agrees to amllate with the Demo
cratic party and vote for the norm
I flees of said primary also all those
who will have arrived at the ago of
Twentyone years by the GUI day of
November 190C and who expect to
affiliate with the Democratic party
and agree to support the nominees of
said primary also all those persons
who havo moved Into Paducah from
some other state and who will havo
lived In Kentucky one year Mc
Cracken county six months end their
respective precincts sixty days next
before November G 1906
All those who have lost their reg
istration certificates which were pro
cured at the registration of 1905 may
procure duplicates from Hiram Smed
ley county court clerk the other
classes of voters above referred to an
having moved to Paducah slnco the
last registration day of 1905 or be
fore that time and could not register
will be required to make oath be
fore the omcers of election at their
respective precincts to tho facts In
their respective cases and must In
addition to such oath produce two
wltnofses to substantiate their
claim
Any party holding certificate from
ono registration precinct who has
moved to somo other precinct and
will have been In said last named
precinct sixty days by the Cth of No
vember 190G will bo entitled to vote
In said last named precinct upon tho
procuring of a certificate from the
officers of said primary of tho pre
elect wherein he registered
Respectfully
W A BERRY
Chairman Dom City Com
NOTICK TO PKOPKUTV OWNEIUS
Please have your lists I am work
Ing tho city and I expect to visit
every house in the city myself or
cause same to bo dODO by my deputy
Please look over your lists of per
soon property and value the same at
your leisure thereby saving time and
annoyances to yourself and us
J WES TROUT tN
County Assessor
t iBl H
JUDGES CHOSEN
FOR HORSE SHOW
Scott Isboll PM Wilson told
Walter Palmer
All Tlirvp Arc KtpcrUiiecil Horsemen
Who hove Advil lu Capacity
Before
J
AltlllNOMMIiVrs HtOUUKSSlm
The Horse Show association has
made tho final arrangements for the
Judges for tho event They nro Scott
label 1 of Bowling Green Ky 1 P il
Wilson of Cavo City Ky and loi
ter Palmer of Ottawa 111
Tho gentlemen are coni > etent
judges of horse flesh Mr Isbell and
Mr Wilson have worked on the cen
tral Kentucky fair circuit for years
serving as judges In all of tho more
Important events and their work Is
esteemed highly Mr Palmer Is an
authority In Illinois Ho has served
with tho Chicago horse Show asso
ciation and was judge of the light
harness events at the Worlds Pair
In St Louts
Tho directors of the association
arc gratified In being able to secure
men of such high standing and abil
ity as they foci It wilt give their show
great prestige
Another advantage In having such
men as judges Is that It removes
prospects of any ono winning an
event on personal Influence for In
tho Idiom of the street all entlea
will look allko to these judges as far
as the owners are concerned
The Indications now arc there will
be between 125 and 1 < 30 foreign
horses here for tbo show Tho Inter
est In It In western Kentucky south
ern Illinois and west Tennessee Is
keen and from letters bolnc received
dally all Indications point to a large
number of horses and horn men
coming for tho event
The final details for thu show aro
I being rapidly I completed and every
thing will bo In readiness for the first
night October 3
ciwss CIIIK KILT
Will He FlnUliiil us Soon ni Dirt Is
Ilrotiglit
The Cross creek fill will bo finish
ed tomorrow as far as the concrete
work Is concerned and the city jjjll
then be responsible for anjr delays in
filling It InI
t I
The contractors wortf Is finished
when he turns tho concrete work
over to tho city and this will he
done tomorrow City Engineer L
A Washington stated I do not
know what disposition has been
made by the street department to
wards securing dirt to fill In with
The city Is supposed to make the
XOBODV SIAHKI
Kidney Troubles Attack Paducah
Men and Women Old anti
Young Alike
Kidney Ills seize young and old
allkeQuickly
Quickly como and little warning
giveChildren
Children suffer In their early
years Cant control the kidney secre
tionsGirls
Girls are languid nervous suffer
painWomen worry cant do dally work
Robust men havo lame and ach
ing backs
Old folks weak rheumatic lame I
Endure distressing urinary Ills
Tho cure for man for woman or
for child
Is to cure the cause the kidneys
Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys
neysCure
Cure all the varied forms of kid
ney suffering
Paducah testimony guarantees eVe
cry box
J A Hous r of 1421 South Ninth
street carpenter says I have
been subject to kidney complaint all
my life not constantly or seriously
but every now and then sometimes
without warning I had attacks
some of which laid me up I no
ticed that tho contractions of a cold
always affected my kidneys and
when In this condition In addition to
backache there was trouble with the
kidney secretions Like T had tried
more than one preparation I got
Doans Kidney Pills at Alvey
Lints drug store and took them
Tho last attack disappeared So
pleased was I with the result that I
gave Doans Kidney Pills to a child
of mlno annoyed with weak kidneys
The results obtained stamp Deans
Kidney Pills as being up to repre
sentationFor
For sale by all dealers Price CO
cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for tho United
statesRemember
Remember the name Doans
and take n 6 other
u F
till If tho street department hustles
It will be less than a week before
the street will bo open again 1
At present the collapsed condition
of tho bridge Impedes traffic on both
street car and cab lines
IHiuurrntlc Canipulpi Hook
Washington Sept IJIn about
ton days the Democratic campaign
book will bo Issued by the Demo
cratic congressional campaign com
mittee Its appearance la eagerly
expected by the politician who are
looking for the Democratic Issues an
formerly set forth by the party or
ganization It Is said that tariff re
vision and the trusts will bo tho
main topics of discussion In the book
BY JANUARY
OKXKKAI COUNCIL PHOIOSKS
TO LET siviic COXTUACT
District No S on North Side lo lie
Taken Cure of XnrTo lktlii
Work In Sprint
District No lthat section of the
city between Trlmblo street and
Hampton avenue will have sewers
early In tho spring according to the
plans of the general council declar i
ed by voto In committee of the
whole last night It was decided to
advertise for bids on tho contract be
fore January 1 and let tho contract
so the work can bt marled as soon
as the weather permits
This district would have an outlet
where tho foot of Burnett street
would be were that street extended
through to tho river It embraces a
large territory badly In need of a
sewerage
It is tho purpose of tho council
men and aldermen to afford sewer
age for the whole city as soon as
possible and this will make two dis
tricts taken care of by this body
Torture by Savages
Speaking of the torture to which
some of the savage tribes In tho Phil
ippines subject their captives re
minds mo of the Intense suffering 1
endured for three months from in
flammation of tho Kidneys says W
M Sherman of Gushing Me Noth
ing helped mo until 1 tried Electric
flitters three bottles of which com
pletely cured mo Cures Liver Com
plaint Dyspepsia Blood disorders
and Malaria and restores tho wean
and nervous to robust health Guar
anteed by all druggists Price 50c
IK ITS A IIKIMJTATIIIV
You are after White Crwim Vermi
fuge linn u worldwide reputation ae
tliu licit of nil worm destroyers and
for UK tonic Innuenre on week and
unthrifty children It Improves their
digestion and nsilnilliitlon of their
food strengthens their nervous system
and restore them to health and vigor
natural to a chill It you want a
healthy happy child I get a boltla 01
White Cream Vermifuge
Sold by all druggists
druggistsNotitr
Notice
Tho Hectors Aid society of the I
Grace Episcopal church will take or
ders for paper flowers for the horse
show
AA OUXCH OK PIIHVKVriOV
lit worth u pound of cure There aro
many poor aufferer consumptive who
are hopeless of getting wellwho If
they had taken care of themRelve
would now he well A cough U I the
foundation of Consumption Ilallurds
Horehound Syrup will cure that cough
Mrs K Great Tall Mont write
I have used Uallard Horehound
Kyrup In mx family for yoorRmy chill
don never suffer with coughs
Sold by all druggists
Notice to Traveling Public
Ileaso take notice that outbound
passenger trains for Cairo and
lirookport will not be stopped at
Eleventh and Broadway Inbound
trains will make this stop
J T DONOVAN Agent I C It U
Mrs George Lehnhard and family
wlfo of the well known license in
spector have returned from Wash
ington county Mo after a visit to
hor parents
VK AUK DOINO Till HUSIMvSS
Vliy litiiiiiMt the rlotliiH are
ninili up lo ilnlv and I give n first
IIINN fitting suit
Dont take my word for It Jut
give the H trial find out for iiir clf
ill work KUiirnntrrd
Clou nl us mid repairing done In up
to unto style Culled for tutu dells
ered IL
KOIXXMOV
1 tJ South Third
SullH cleaned presswl and dfllywl
Iliouo 1010 A Old
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A handsome new style in 4 r t
our Diamond Special Grade fl O A A
3 00
that will give the finishingt
touch to any costume j
i
This is only one of our new patterns
Ask your dealer to show you his styles off
Diamond Brand Shoes He should have
them in all grades at all prices for men N1
as well as for women and children
childrenI BRAND l
tj l C9kvc sHOEAlAKEHVUIiJ jt
WE MME MORE TINE SHOES THAN ANY J
OTHER HOUSE IN TIlE WEST a > r yl
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1cN
ON account of the Jewish New Vent Thurs
day September 20 our store will he l closed I 1
Ml day on that day ltlJ r
W
Any one wishing to make purchases i cparar4
tory to leaving the city on n visit can make them
Wednesday afternoon
I
+ + The store will he open as usual I 1ddny morn
ing with Its great full an I winter Miowlng nl all
the rcprccntatlvc lines of the leading munifac t a
turers of the country
EN5AhDBOhiOU l T5
MWCAH Otut
N 2r r
I WEDDING AND INVITATION
STATIONERY a
Sfb
It is safe to lay no other essential associated
with social customs Ii I judged by a mote exact
ing standard of perfection than arc the engraved
forms of Wedding Invitations and announce
ments
Authoritative Information ni to correct usage
and absolutely faultless workmanship give lo
the productions of our Stationery and Kngrav
ing Section the recognized stamp of untiualiffcdIl
approvaly
approvalOur t
Our work is absolutely the peer of any of the
famous house of the country while our prices
arc considerably lower
Spend your money at homJ 41
The Sun Both Phones 358
A TIP f
See Bradley Bros
1 About Your Winter Supply of
1 COAL I
1Solc
Sole agents for the old reliable Cartersvillc Ill
washed nut and egg coal
Telephone 339
n
Gar Nance Let Ktnce Jr M Nance Kmbalmtr
While Ambulance for fllcR and Inured Only
GUY NANCE < SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
New Phono 334 Old Phono 699
Opon Day and Night
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