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Wl3l NlMUY ItLY iz I rI R PADUOAfl EVENING SUN rAatE TimI
wJ 7J J a sabo
H CUE PCOAL
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t i Hit Your coal l house with lirst t
Screened lump lie I
Screened Nut lOc
i Per bushel
IOcI I
Tits I Is special pI Ice by mitiiH
for SIXTY 1 DAYS ONV
lttkc ndvantiKv of It nod
photic tat yt ur i nlcr Clnl
iittiht he put in horse before
last day of August
1last t
tNOBLE t 1 YEISER
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Tike Illp eedhtn it romtiilo up In
Ute too ih totk All jmnlfn intOioilt I
un6 I llcol wo k at t icon ble pilie I
Offlco 309 I3rond > vny 1
OLD PHONE 423
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Stock i
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I L E Utirrctt Prop
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Yard Company
1Yard 1
I Highest rrarket price f
paid for cattle hogs and j
sheep Also do a gen I
eral live stock comri1isaI I
sion business I
I businessOld
Old Phone 317c c j I
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DRUGS
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y AiiIiiritKgUt Kutidilm rlelivend1n I
a hurry to all jmtn of the city any
time between 6 pan and 10 p IIII I
1Pescliptions 1 1
eCalled for tint ilollved 1h n burry I
to all parts of the city NIUHT and
day We worV while others sleep
A trial will convince you and make
you our riiitomcr 1
I Unlh PhnnoM 777
4LFlfugg Ph Ga II I I
Druggist i
Twelfth and Monroe Streets
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Lumber oi 1 I
All Kinds
T D FOOKS i
A I
LUMBER COI
Phone 422n
1 ROWLANDTOWyLet I 2nI I
Let ua figure with you on
your lumber ns we cnn make It j I I
11 Interesting for yott fnvp you
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mcAicy I
icy
JUicr kinds of Doors Windows I
I glcs and general line cf f
niocr I
rLumber r delivered to nil parts
i of UIQ city
c a M Uonttf Laundry assures Its
patrons that notwUhatandlni tho
llru of Knturdny night It In propurcd
Ito I r gi > t out till I I Wilt I irnmitlly null
Bdtlrfactoiily anl will cal for all
work 4
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ao
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f HOUSE BREAKERS
I IN THE WEST END
ElItllr 1 KcsiiliMUH of OlluIIt I
WatTiii 2220 Hi oad way
They Itlllr UN TroiiMrn of fllll < In
Tiifili Hill loiivi HIM Wiitcir
V lIehhulI I
Pity A Iu8111NI t I XHXT HOOK
11lrl 1
Tito riwhlcnco of Mr Charles n
i I Warron time paint contractor who rev
nidis nt 222C lire lldwn was burRlar
I Izitl last night and I 19 In cash take
ten j Tho thieve entered through a
I Hide window but thlu was unnccoM
I Knry nil door to the house being un
locked timk f UK It possible to enter by
I ordinary matins c
Mr Warren and family retired i
I parly and Mr Wnrren left his trolls
ers hanging on n chair near his bed
Ho had 11 In rash In a small tenth
or lobncco pouch and his watch In a
porket The thieves took time gar
ment and lifter taking the money
threw limo trouicrs Into the yard
leaving time watch with the garment
I A door leading but of the house was
found propped back with a broom
the burglars having taken every pre
caution to escape If detected
It was later found that tho thlovcs
also stale Mr ICdgar Warrens trous
ers but secured nothing His trolls
ers wore thrown In the yard after
having beau gone through
AUnr laving thn Warren real
dence the burglars arc thought r lo
have attempted to enter tho I < erny
resilience next door but failed on ac
I count of the windows being locked
Thlnvos havo been operating In this
section of tho city for several months
and tho police have orders to keepa
dOl i > walfh to prevent a repetition
of till affair
SICK C11111
Chllll Inhltl MinrliT Tnilll lo
Take It to Memphis <
Air JW Orr the grocer receiv
ed I a telogrnm yoitorday paying that
Mr I Chnrllo l ICvorldga u former resi
dent of tho city now of Terrell Ark
chartered a train to take hW little
son to Meuiphls to be treated for
congestion Tho child was taken 111 suddenly
In the morning and the father desir
ing to have export mcdlcnl attention
and no trains leaving before Into In
the nftorhoon sccurod a special train
and took his son to Mcnjphlv a dill
tance of 20 mllos Tho ran was made
In W mlnntoM
Mr I Kvcrldge I was formerly In the
saloon InisliiOMS In Inilurah but has
hofln residing In Arkansas for sever
al I yearn
t
lniicli and Crow hat
llfo IH such n Borloim business
wlih tho average mortal that nil op
portunity for n hearty laugh IH more
than welcome to most people A
merry heart dooth good like n mod
kino and so do tho humoroim feat
ures of that grqal motropollton dul
ly Tho Clilrngo Record Ilorri 1 Tho
Una thing that greotij you on the
first page of every Issuo Is time hu
morons cartoon by Italph Wilder
thin well known artist that frequent
ly tolls moro at a glance than could
ho roncclvcd pf In a roliimn of rend
lug matter Ivory I Issue contains also
a humorous small story on the edito
rial pogo and tho Alternating Cur
rents column written by S E I Kl
ser null of the most popular humor
ous writers In tho country In addi
lion lo all thoso the Sunday issue al
ways IncliiikH n comic Boctlon guar
anteed to produce laughter
DONT
Trine with cnrelcfMicsti l and inccttiM
potency Stop and ill Ink what life
and health are worth to you think
what reliability menus all ollrplC
Borijitlnn rountcr U mrniis
Purity of IItUfS illnrctiscl
s Accuracy in compouudirr
Uniformity of price
ASK THE DOCTOR
Prescriptions called for and de
livered to any part of the city
McPhersonsDRUG
DRUG STORi
rrmcrlptlnii nailed lor nnddcllvctnl
to nny part of the cllf
Phone IBO
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BANK ASSESSMENT
HOIItll CIJo < HUlKltVIHOItM AMI
HANK WVIVIMA COMK TO
AN AGItKKMKNT
Ill Th ire Viillomil Ibtuks I Will 14y
9tlll707 Moil r1uxrs III till
IIy Tnm lama I Veer
The imnitKiiinnlfl of Limo Iailitctih
national luitikx woro niiiilo yostarday
and the total vnlimllon llxed nt 1171
iCV An agreement was reached yes
lertlny by representatives of the
banks and the hoard of City tax book
supervisors Tho assessment of national hanks
On jicmnnnl property wan not made
at tho usual tlmo on account of the
allure of the commonwealth to niako
an assessment tho bunks asking thai
limo assessment on personal property
be left open until tho state acted I
Tho state having done so the super
visors were called In session and fix
ed tho assessment It required all
day yesterday to complete the work
The aflsCHBiiicnls and comparisons
with last year are as follows
City Natlonnl bank 188130 last
yonr thin year 247080
AmtfrlcanGermnn National hank
last year J1G00005 this year 240
000 I
000First National bunk last year
150000 bis year 182400
The assessment will bu reported to
the legislative boards for ratincatlon
Hy I thin agreement tho banks will l
pay Into the city treasury 31070
more taxes than last year
FORGED CHECK
MAYI I < 1KM ll HANK irf I TIIH I VICTIAI
mil A SUIXIIIJ
The Check Hail 1r1 l Kiiiloi 1 > cinuiit
Of nev1 1 II KolwHti of > Thin
City Attailied to It
About two L weeks ago a man of
middle ago and of apparently gentle
ittsoly bearing came Into tho First
National bank of Mnyfleld Ho Jold
Major Hale president of the bank
that he w aea Methodist minister
and had come to hold a protracted
meeting for Rev Moody at Illalockfi
chapcl Mayfield He had a check
with him for fifty dollars which he
wanted cashed The major told him
hat ho did not doubt but what he
was all ho told him nnd that the
check was good hut according to
bank rules he would have to bo Iden
titled The man then raid that ho
had the check endorsed by Uov J 1
II Roberts of Paducah providing
older of tho Methodist church lib
said that ho had met Uov Robert on
his way to the country and asked
him to go to the bank sal Identify
him but that Uov Uobertu had told
him ho was In n 1 Hurry and would
endorse tho check Tho name was
signed thorn on the back of time check
nnd as It very much resembled the
signature of sllev Rnhorti Major
Halo hnnded him o or limo fifty dob
lurs Recently tho chock canto back to
the First Natlonnl ns It was protest
ed lit the bank upon which It was I
drawn The president who wrote a
loiter within the returned check said
that It hits a forgery and such a per
son was not known
Uov Moody said that tho man was
an Impostor niil ho know nothing of
him Uov Roborts was telephoned
nnd In reply said that ho haJ not oar
dorsad the chock
Tho man has not been hoard from
but every effort will Ijo made to
catch htm
DO IT NOW
nolng It Is you and knowing you
arc a lawyer doctor teuchor preach
er merchant mechanic man or wo
man I will Mil you n now upright
piano stool and scarf for 5150 on
payments of 55 por month a dis
count for cash second hand pianos
In good condition thirty to fifty dol
lars 55 cash and 3 Ior month
Closing out a stock of now Apollo
players nt 1CO to bo placed with
tho Baldwin player I 100 will buy
a Maestro player now only ono left
music and POUR books to give way
next week This may only Bound like
a joke but tis true keep It dark it
Is only meant for you
W T MILLER
time
Subscribe for tilt Hun
All the popular brands of
CIGARS
I ALVBV Sfc hrandsofI I
OrulllllMtHe
Daunts Kolb Coa former atom
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NO UKAHOX Ion Ir
tVlien IailMiah Citizens Show the
Vay
There can be no Just reason why
nny reader of this will continue to
suffer the torturos l of nn aching back
the annoyances of urinary disorders
the dangers or diabetes or any kid
ney Ills when they can be cured
Head what a Paducah citizen says
W W Morris residing at 902
Ilronson street a school teacher
Veil known In Paducah says One
of the members of my family has
been troubled with knldnoy disease
for some time A good number of
wouldbe cures wore tried but they
did not permanently relieve tho trou
tile We noticed nn advertisement
nbout Deans Kidney Illls and sent
to DuDoIs Kolb k Cos drug store
nnd got a box Pho plllfl were used
anti found toi do all that Is claimed
for them and we can endorse this
remedy to anyone who Is a sufferer
from kidney trouble for wo have
great confidence In Its merits
For sale by all dealers Price tin
cents Foster I Mllburn Co Buffalo
N ysolo agents for the United
StatesUcmember
Ucmember tho nnmo Doans and
take no other
KY SECURITIES
SUltX1IccnlXmS I 1 I 1 1 Oh 1111 i
STATIC SIKIUMI IXVKST
IX flll KM I II I I
So lrclnns Commissioner of Insiir
mice Henry U Itrwltt In Ills
Last Itcpori A
Frankfort Ky July 121ho
life volume of the thirtyfifth an
anal report of the state Insurance de
partment has been compiled by Com
missioner Henry U Irewltt and w1lI I
shortly be issued In this volume j
are to be found abstracts of state j
menu of all Insurance companies oth j j
or than fire and fire marine which i I
have authority todo business In Ken I
luckyCominlHKloncr
CominlHKloncr Prewltt has for
some time past been devoting him
self to a study of the Insurance laws
6f Kentucky and to changes which he
deems Imperative iii those laws and
gives some space to suggestions as to
them He urges a change In Sec CD2
of statutes so that It shall Include
all companies whereIn the policy hold
er participates In the surplus making
It compulsory upon the company to
distribute a certain per cent of Its
surplus funds each year
Farther along the commissioner
says that one of the greatest ovllsj In
Insurance Is the right to control its
Investments He suggests as a rem
edy the the companies be required
4o Invest n certain per cent of tno
net earnings In Kentucky l securities
I
aa such Investments would make the
policies of the people oMho state
more tccure Another chapter of the t
report Is devoted to tho high salaries
paid tho executive officers of tho
different companies nnd to recom
mending that no company Imo admit
ted to business In Kentucky which
pays an executive officer exceeding
f > Q000 per four
XO HAY IKVKIl THIS YKAIt
A Wniiiliffiil InipoiHtloii AVIikh i
IruvtnlH liny Fever I anil Outs
Aslliniii
Now Vork July 121he vast ar
my or hay fever sufferers who mako
annual pilgrimages to the mountains
or sea coast to escape this distress
Ing ilisciiKtr will be delighted to
learn of tho latest Importation In
medical research Thin wonderful
dlscqvery Is the product of the Aits
trliuiH and the drug which Is taken
We Carry
Everything
That can be found In any uptodate
drug store The time has cone to
buy medicine We have all kind
And if you feel tired and worn cut
come In and we can fix yon up with
some Rood tonic We have all the
advertised biand If you want
toilet articles perfunery face pow
der skin creams soaps brusherl
etc we have a complete stock If
you have any private receipts of
your own let us fill them for you
We want you to come to us forevery
thlugJu J the drug store line Well
try tj please you
At
SMITH NAGEL
DRUG STORE
Fourth and Broadway
t
e
Standard Reading Bicycles
Sold and Guaranteed by S E Mitchell
326328 South Third StreetI
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We are Only Teasing You
for Your Coal Orders
j
We still
handle the
celebrated
Tradtwater
TradtwaterConi
COAL
BKST KUN
LUMP
BEST KEN
NUT
I JOHNSTON = DENKER COAL CO
14th and Tennessee BOTH PHONES 203
Aii
in Kcvtfu drop doses Is called ascat
CO
Us results In asthma are marvel
OilS If taken at the present time and
continued until frost It Is a positive
preventative of hay fever In any cli
mate Uy upcclnl arrangementa test
treatment of this specific can be ob1 t
tatted free of any charge by writ j
Ing to tho vole distributors at 321
West 25th street New York City II I
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A DKMItlOUS MAX
CniiM1 Much Ktcitoiiiont On lieni 1 I
11111jhI lIlIt
orI I
Mr Clout Franclola a merchant of
lower l Kenttteky avenue created a i I
great deal of oxdltoment yesterday j
afternoon late by running about the
streets attired In his underwear IIntiI I
socks He has been III of fever and was
delirious escaping from his friends
and running about the streets At j I
Third and Washington streets he I j
stopped and entered a now hulldlng
hlllldlllgI I
and with n brick scattered all labor
ers employed on tho Joh He was ar
rested by Olllcero Johnson and Hog
ors and taken home
V 1 M I Gj A I
Iliins lndc Tiit > ihiy Night For lie
tIlgioas Work
The rplljjlousroinnilttco ot Ito Y
M 1 Ct A met last night to outline
plans of work for the coming winter
There were many members or the
committee present and It was de
cided to push the work In every way
There will bo Bible classes held in
mills factories and In every place
possible to reach anyone The com
mitten Decided also to give suppers
periodically during thewinter Ails
to bo a soclalfoature Intended to pro
proI I
mote the work of the committee
cOlllmitteeI I
Subscribe for II tin Sun
I
COMING
SWALLOW l MARKLES
GRIND FLOATING
PALACE THEATRE
Largest in the Worldi l i
FRIDAY 14i i I
AT PADUCAH
Scathe fuuuy musical comedy A I
IIIi < h Old rime Also a complf lu I
bill of refined vaudeville the bg
beauty choruf of lovelv girls the bold
bank robbery IJdisonn latest boldI I
double orchestra and marine band
new electrical effects Cooled by
electric fans
PfUC s25c 36e 50c
ILake I Trips
TripsforYourSunmea r OHtin
4 Days Lake Trip 13
Chicago to Eicanaba or Green Bay ft Ret
Including Berth and Meal
I 5 Days Lake Trip S20
Chicago to Micklnie Island A Ret
Including Berth and Meats
Muskegon or Grand Hovon
7RFrom
MILWAUKEE
And FromChicapo Return UKEEI I
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Sale I
on Wall i4per
The I greatest bargains in wall paper that has ever
been offered to the public You can paper a room
A side wall ceiling and border to match for the small
sum of only 65 cents Nice plain floral designs that
others are selling at 6 Gents per roll We will sell you
at only 112c per single rollor 3 cents per doublel l
roll all new and beautiful designs Also nice hand
some designs at 5c 10 15c 20c and up to 300 per
single rollall kinds all prices to suit the people
New panel effects ingrain designs in cornice and tk
every conceivable color and ipplique borders to
match All colors in burlaps Also handsome wood
effects in Japanese fibre all colors The very latestt r
designs in till new papers We also carry a full line
of Headings Room Moulding Picture Frames
Window Shades Canvas Tacks and Building and
Roofing papers Call and see our nice line of sam
ples and be convinced that We will treat t you right
and give you the best values for the moneyz
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cor Third and Kentucky Aye
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