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J7 r rti i utt J VOL X NO 125 PADUOAH KY TUESDAY MAY M 1903 10 CENTS PER WEEK tITEAOHERS IN FEARl y Reports of Caucus Meeting o- fft School trustees Here ft i Several Teaohas Alleged to Ho Under the Ban with Defeat i Jtt In StorJJYh 1 TRUSTEES ARE RETICENT There li qUIte a sensation In educa L tional circles over rumors that have boon flying thick and fait for the put t several days especially among the public school teachers It reported i 7Ytthat a controlling faction In the Icbool board that has heretofore made Itself known In no uncertain manner on l several occasions has been holding 3secret meetings for some time past t bai marked sovcral telebrs If Ifand at tbo annual elections of teachers next mouth thet1 if members of the board do not like lomo of the teachers because lome of the teachers do not like the members of the board and the latter are about to tgetrid of them It la not known bow t many teachers have been picked oct for defeat for this and other reasons but throe nrepromlnently mentioned One report li that the caucus memo ben of the board or those trustees who are out after scalp have pre pared letters to the teachers whoaro to become victims giving them a friendly tip not to apply for positions this time The teachers hare beard the reports and one stated today t the board would today receive a call from the aforesaid teacher and be I asked about It tBome of the boardof the members deny any knowledge of any caucus while others lIre reticent or attempt to diimlMtbd matter lightly It li known however that there ii 7 something In the rcportsand the pros t pacts are for a lively row In a few days when the developments jOl- llfrll1aProf i t Snider principal of the Longfellow building lit Fifth end Court will not bo an applicant next time at he intends to study medicine He w one of those mentioned a victim but he resigned some time ago and was Induced to bold his place only until the end of the term Some of the teachers are indignant 7 at thonovel and questionable method i alleged to have been employed to keep I them from getting positions next year None of them know to what extent tboantomatlc selfacting doublebar relied cancat faction has carried or will carry its work nor how many may be on the list It li expected that in a few yi there will be sufficient definite infor mation to make some racy reading MARRIAGE IN JAIL t IlUSONEU SAYS TUG CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE McClure a colored prisoner In JJoe jail will this afternoon be married In jail It li laid Ho asked Deputy Jailer Harry Rudolph If mar tinges were permitted In jail several weeks ago and today notified the jail- or that ho would be married before 6 oclock The name of the bride could not be learned Judge Llghtfoot willI preform the ceremony If the license li s procured McClure li in awaiting the action of the grand jury on a charge of malicious shooting t THE MARKErsI Vnur Blow 13aryli3I IICoast UIT Joly 151tWII 7 3Correllabr sIIII2Aotust Touts016vSTOCKS I c its laN ml us Ma P toej C Sit sol lot P tik l FEARFUL TORNADO Fifteen Killed and Many Hurt in Nebraska Tho Rural Regions Seem to Suffer tbo Heaviest Losses From fBtorm STORM CELLARS SAVE MANY Halting Neb May Fifteen persons dead more than a score in jnrcdi a hundred houses barns and i mall buildings wrecked and losses of 100000 are reported today ai tbo known work of a series of wind hall end rain storms two of which were tornadoes that passed over ClayFrauk bin and Kearney counties Most of tho damage was caused in rural regions and reports of casualties and damage were late In coming In Near Norman Neb Dead Daniel McOnrdey Robert McCnrdy Mrs John Wehlevcr Mrs Art Bacon Afro O A Tipple Injured Mrs George Ameer arm broken i SloCurdy leg broken George Ameer badly hurt Robert Chambers badly hurt Earl Bacon John Whatever Mr and Mrs Klucar not icrlous Dead char Upland Lutheran rain liter name unknown Mrs John Pe tree Mrs Chris Lameri and mother Injured Chris Lamer and two children William and Minnie Schultz Fred Pope and motherMrs Isaac Coo per Dead at Pauline Mrs James Mn FrankatOrigg Flora Palmer John Palmer Near Norman at the home of Dan let Mojortly a number of relatives and friends were spending tho day and not an tomato escaped death or Injury Two miles south of Upland German Lutheran services were holding In a school house when tbo itorm struck and demollibed It killing four of the oocnpantilnclndlng the minister and Injuring a number of others The storm was equally destructive at Fairfield but the people were warned of its coming and sought eel lara for safety Six dwellings were blown to pieces at that place but their occupants escaped Injury with tow ex ceptlons There were two separate tornadoes both originating within amile of Fair field Tbo lint one moved to tho northwest doing the greater damage and all the fatallllare said to bate been In its path It paused close to the town of Pauline in the southern part of the county killing six persons It lost its force thirteen miles south cut of Norman Neb where three persons living in the same house were farmers in the track of tho itorm fled from their homes while others sought shelter in cellars Far men driving to town report that they were unable to find members of their famlllei from whom they were separ ated daring the storm- INSPECTION TOMORROW IIEREITO REVIEW MILITIAMEN Major Dock will arrive here tomorrow afternoon at 845 from LonliTillo and will inspect the Wheeler Guards tho0 local military company at 8 oclock The officers of the company have Issued a call to all members to report at the armory at 030 promptly and all who are not there are subject to a fine This happened at the lit inspection and it li thought all mum Inn will be present for inspection this time Major Buck will inspect at Murray the following day DEATH OF A RELATIVE J B Allen manager Postal Tele graph company received telegram this morning announcing the death ef his wiles sister Mrs O N Kerrick of Loulivllle Ey Mr Allen and family left at noon for LonisTllle hey have the sympathy of their many friends Prof Paul N Peck went homo to Washington DO today at noon lie ii threatened with typhoid fever Mrs Wilhoit il teaching in his place here TO TRY POWERS CASE Judge E Robbins of Mayficld Appointed Today Padnoahi Military Company to Be In spected the 27th Inst Court of Appeals TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF JUDGE ROBBINS TO TRY POWERS Frankfort Ky May 28 Governor Beckham has appointed Judge J E Robbins of Mayfield Graves county to try the Caleb Powers murder case at Georgetown Judge Robbins ii one of the most prominent jurists in the state but had not been mentioned in connection with the appointment- LOCALMILITARY INSPECTION Frankfort Ey May 26Major Buck U S A will Inspect the mill tary companies of Kentucky as fol lows Morganfleld May 28 Paducah 27 Mayfield 23 Murray 80 Hopkins Till June I riuwollvllle 3 Franklin Bowling Green ONE CASE AFFIRMED Frankfort May 26Tbe appellate court has affirmed the caie against U B Aldenon of Simpson He assassi nated P Dt Hall in Simpson county In January 1902 and was given a life sentence A judgment for HOD against the Illinois Central In favor of James Vinlon of Marshall county was versed for failure to give certain structions LETTER CARRIER DELEGATES ELECTED Louisville May 26The Louisville branch of the National association of letter carriers use elected 0 W Hn bar and Wm E Parley delegates to tbo state convention at Paducah in July ACQUITTED THIS TIME Oarrolton Ey May J20 Andy Sol liven on his third trial was of the charge of killing acquittedI The two previous Juries RAILROAD MAN SUICIDES Los Angeles CaL May 28 Thom as U Dickinson traveling passenger agent for the Santa Fe railroad com mitted suicide hereIDEATH OF FAMOUS EXPERT New York May 26Dr Octavlns A White the famous yellow fever ex pert died bore today THE DIOCESAN COUNCIL Lonlivllle May 38 There is a good attendance at the diocesan council of Kentucky of the Episcopal church at the chapel of St Andrews church The annual report of Bishop Dudley of Loulivllle was a comprehensive ao interesting resume of the years work in Kentucky No important business mutton are before the coon all this year WABASH OFFICIALS Are to Arrive Today to Confer With Commercial Club It Is Understood a Proposition Will Be Submitted to the city I r MEETING AT EIGHT TONIGHT An Important session of the Com mercial and Manfaotnres association of Paducah li to be held at the city hall this evening at 8 oclock for the purpose of meeting President Burns of the Wabash railroad and Judge Green ono of the roada chief counsel relative It is presumed to the roads long talked of entrance into Paducah via Brookport or some adjacent point in Illlnoli The gentlemen according to reports received today will arrive this afternoon and bo In the city for one even ing only to consult with the businessmen relative to the railroad build- Ing Into Paducah For several months there has been talk of the Wa baihi building Into Paducah but nothing definite has been given out regarding and in fact nothing de finite was known It is reported that too Wabash will ask the city of Paducah to give It In the neighborhood of 100000 to build into Paducah and it Is the prelimina ries to making a formal proposition that are supposed to be discussed a t the meeting to be hold this evening The Wabash Is a part of the Gould system and one of the largest and most valuable railroad properties in the country It is supposed that it de sires to crow the river and connect its new Illlnoli lines which are now be ing built with the N O and St L here and go to Memphis over that line there connecting with the Gonlds big roods and securing a dl sect line from St Louis Chicago and other big cities to the gulf The tranceof the road to Paducah woul be a big thing for Paducah and woul bring the Wabash into competition with the Illinois Central- MYSTERIOUS TROUSERS BOYS GARMENTS CREATE EX CITEMENT AT MAYFIELD Mayfield May 28 There is some excitement out In the neighborhood of Dairyman Pnryears home over the finding a pair of boys pants near a hole of water in the little creek that Is out there The pair is for a 12 year old boy The neighbors aro at a loss to know how they got there They also have some fears that lome little boy may have gotten drowne4 and still In the water which is about waist deep Mrs Lizzie Gardner returned home to Louisville today at noon after a visit to her brother Mr Andy Bauer Around the World on a Bii Hart Will Make the Trip From Pa ducah to Paducah if He Sells Enough Wheels HartsBicycles I r e the neatest shapej1Iest the market at thcfyice They are not job lots or junk shop sembled All parts being made for themespeciallyand are InterchangeableHarts are Bikes to Bank on Harts Bike Prices are Prices tha will Touch Your Heart fieoOflartSonsCo PADUCAH AT THE TOP She Ties Henderson for Firstt Place in League A Snappy Game at Wallace Park In Which Eleven Innings Were Contested PADUCAH LEAVES us TODAY Club Won Lost Pct Paducah j 4 800 Henderson 4 Owensboro 0 8 2 800 Clarksville 8 I ceo Cairo 2 8 400 lopkinivlllo 2 3 40 Jackson 4 20 Vlncennei 4 20 Paducah beat Jackson Tenn again yesterday afternoon at the Wallace park grounds by a score of 9 to 7 after a hard foupht battle of eleven Innings the Jackson pitcher going up in the air in the eleventh and giving Pad n can two runs by allowing batters t walk when the bags were full Bot pitchers Lloyd for Paducah and Lewis for Jackson were rapped pretty lively and each team at various stages of the game bad an opportun tty to win but failed to make good It was a clean gingery game and Sam Jacksons cluster showed that they were not organized for defeat Therewas good playing on bot sides but Maokey playing third base for Paducah saved the game in the tenth inning by running down a wild ball hear the grandstand and landing- It to Clifford in time to shut out tbe man at home plate and prevehtJac sons scoring which would have nhj tied the to 7 score and given the game to Jackson Therhome boys did fine work especially in the last two Innings when they buckled down to hard playing and never let the ball get away from them One feature of the gains was Sweenvi fine running catch In right Clifford dll good work a encondr aging his men which helps some THE SCORE Paducah ab r Ib po a e Clifford o 6 31 8 22 Sweeney rf 531300Murray If t 2 0 Llmbert Ib 601 8 0 Slmcox 2b 501 8 t 0 LeOompte n 501 4 Ooppock of 410 2 0 0 Maokey 8b and cf 5 0 6 S 2 Lloyd p 1112000Sexton 8 b 100100Sexton batted for Ooppock in the tenth Inning Jacksonab r Ib po a 2 Ledman rf 4I 4 5 Duke si 5 0 0110Butler If 6 35 2 2 Betts Ilarley 6 2400Ib 611100Acooriinl cf2b 8 0000Ueadley 2b 8 103000Petit a 1108600Lewis pliO or a il Cole d and 2b 8 2 2 2 8 First terervacurgoarsaW by Lewis Stolen baici Padncah Jackson 4 Time of game two hours and thirty minutes Umpire Pete Dunn Scorer Wilkins Attendance 1000 Today lineup of Padncah team is as follows Clifford catcher Mack ey pitcher Limbert first base Simcox second base Becker third base Le Oompto shjrt stop Murray left field Ooppock center field Sweeney right Held Cairo May 26Score by In clogs 123 4 5 6780 Ulatksvllle 10100000 02 Cairo 01000000 01 Battery Cairo Clark and Ott Olarkivllle Harris and Holmes Continued on Eighth Page GRATIFYING NEWSff Chief Engineer W J Harahan is Making a Great SuccessiI lie Ii Now at Dawson Master Me chanic Barton May Get a Promotion MINOR RAILROAD NOTE Mr William J Harahan formerly superintendent of the Loulivllle divis ion of the Illinois Central and a gen tleman with many friends in Paducah Iz making ooiujilouous success in his position of chief engineer of the Illi haueconUro0er divisions south of the Ohio river lIe Is accompanied by his wife and six children They are now at Daw son Springs where Mr and Mrs Her ahan tlfriendsHaraban says he likes his new duties though be is obliged to be away from ohis home a great deal of the time lie has recently purchased a new roll denoe in Chicago but will not occupy it for the present It is reported that Master Mechanic Barton of the local IC shops will be promoted to master mechanic at the Chicago Burnsides shops The Chicagohresigned and the place is now va cant Mr Barton bas been in the vice longer than any other master me chanic in the employe of the road ands next in line of promotion The pro beforekBarton will bs the lucky man and that Master Mechanic Ron who li now at Mattoon will come hero Work on the Cairo extension of the Illinois Central Is progressing as rap Idly as possible Blow headway is now being made on account of a steep cuts thaUIs being made by the contractors on this end There are only about 5 a- more miles io complete after the cut and the estimate will bo finished by rgly 119 thoughtto be the aoareatti An Inventory of the castings i tto shopsIevery year the second this year The fiscal year 0of the I 0 ends with June and on June all reports of stock in the store room castings etc have to be sent In to headquarters The suit of J T McNally at Clin ton who brought suit some time ago for 2000 agalnit the IC railroad f 2for injuries received in a wreck at Fulton was compromised Mr D O Rawn assistant to gen e eral manager J F Wallace of tbeJ O arrived in the city this morning in his private car on a tour of inspection Superintendent X Phllbrlok andtRoadmaster J M Russell of the Lou Isville division of the I C are in the 1city today on business Mr John 0 Gates of Princeton claim agent for the Illlnoli Central is In the city today on famines MANY CAN RIDE AUTOS WHEN THIS FACTORY IS START ED AT OWENSBORO Owensboro Ky May 26A compa ny with Dr J II Uiokman at Its head is about to be organized here for the manufacture of automobiles A machine with new appliance will be built and Promoter A J Eemper of Danville says it can be put on the market for 300 Kemper came to t Otrensboro ten days ago and with the aid of local fonndrymen has put no a sample machine He Is confident he has solved the problem of cheap chines The concern will be backed by tbeOwensborp Wagon company t FIRE IN ROWAN Flro at Radbonrn Rowan county caused the loss of 120000 on which was no insurance Mrs Campbell Flournoy and Mica Myrtle Decker went to Dawson today at noon i r w THE ELKS REUNION Lexington Making Costly Preparations to Entertain The Program Promises Kentucky Elk s Much Pleasure and- Hospitality MEETS JUNE i6 AND 17 The annual reunion of the B P 0 Elks association of Kentucky will oo our at Lexington Kentucky on Tuci day and Wednesday June 16 and From the Interest already manifested and the arrangements that have been made for hotel accommodation this will be a splendid lathering of repre sentative men The riiltlng Elki will assemble in front of the headquarters on East Main street at oclock on Tuesday morning June 16 and accompanied by many bands of music win march to the opera house where the opening exercises will be held After being called to order by President W PIKimball the address of welcome on behalf of Lexington Lodge No 89 will be delivered by that splendid orator and prince of good fellows Dean Baker P Lee He captured the Lou isville reunion one year ago and will add fresh laurels this year to an ready almost overflowing oupIThe glad hand of fellowship will bett t extended on behalf of the City of Lexington by Colonel W 0 P Breckln r rIdge It is useless and needless to say that he will fully keep up his rep station as one of the most eloquent public men of the present generation J The response to the address of wel come will then be made by the Honr M Dickson of Paris Ey on be half of the association and visitors Mr Dick sou is the exalted ruler of his lodge and is an ornate and Impressive speaker The exercises will be brief and the program will be interspersed with music Immediately after the opening exer cises are concluded street cars will bo In waiting to take the visiting Elks to the grounds of the Trotting Horse Breeders association where an Oldt fashioned Kentucky barbecue will be served During the afternoon thet Gentlemans Driving club will give a series of matinee trots There will be the usual classification and the racet will be for valuable prlzelaAt 8 oclock p m a reception will be given to the members of the asocial ation and visiting Elks at the club rooms of Lexington lodgeeOn Wednesday the association will meet at the opera house at 10 oclock r a m to hear the reports of the officers t and committees for the put year andr will conclude with the election and Intduction into office of the officers forI the coming year On Wednesday night there will be given a grand ball in honor of tbat sponsors their maids of honor and the visiting ladles Webb Uommandery of Knights Tem plar will give an elegant reception to the vliting Elks and there will bet many and varied outings not down ont the program including the continual ifopen houses at the headquarters of most of the visiting lodgetA large crowd is assured and every arrangement has already been made for their amusement and entertain ment Lexington will open wide her gates and throw the key away while at every home the latch string will beI Invitingly hung upon the outside AFRAID OF PIZEN COLORED WOMAN DECLARE SOMEONE WANTS TO OfT RID OF HER f Captain Henry Bailey was startled hat night early at police headquarters by the precipitate entrance of a col ored woman who said her name was Emma Swope her home Henderson and that she was on her way to Cairo to visit She had a whiskey bottle half full of coffee which she declared was plzen which sno said someone give her to get rid of her She want ed an analysis made of it She clared that the porter on some boat also wanted to get her out of the wayc and soon convinced Oapt Bailey thats she had bats He sent for some of her colored friends to take charge of her Labouchere and GlldotoneIOf Gladstone Henry Labouchere once remarked I do not object to Mr Gladstones occasionally hllTlugI an ace up his sleeve But I do wish he would not always say that Provi a dence put It there i THE MIKADO SUNG Large and Delighted Audience Hears the Boston Ideal Co The Stars Are People of Exceptional Ability and All Made Hits THE COMEDY WORK FINE The opening of the operatic season atThe Casino theater Wallace park last night was quite a social event and there was a large and fashionable audience at the theater when the our tain went up on the tint act of Th Mikado a oomlo opera that is non the less enjoyable because it is not splendid array of voices handsome costumes pretty girls and a troupe fully capable in every aTI were found The orchestra was InI good tune and admirably directed Mr Mount Joy Walker as The Mikado is a comedian who promises to give us something to better advan tags before the engagement is overj He sings well acts well and furnished much fun last night during the brief time he was before the footlights Mr John Havens U Nankl Poo is one of the finest tenors over heard on the local stage and his efforts were evidently appreciated judging from the manner In which his work was re calved As Poo Bah Mr R E Mayo ills played an exceptionally fine bass voice and also furnished a great deal of the comedy He was ably assisted by Mr O Canton alKo Kolord high executioner and a comedian who is funny Misses Marie Oakland Florence GloTer and Adallne Hill wards of Ko Ko and the three little maids from school won much applause and Miss Marie Oakland as Yum Yumhas a soprano of great range and volume and one very sweet to heir Her so los and the duets with Mr Havens received many encores Miss Carrie Godfrey as Katlshaan elderly maid contributed no little to comedy and In addition she won applause with one of the finest and trained voices beard on a local stage The comedians show tactsomethlng goes a long way towards proving comedians ability They make lo cal cracks that while not much in themselves score an immediate hit with the audience and show that the fully appreciate their on dertaking and are on to their jobs The Mikado does not afford the portunity that some of the other ope do and consequently judging from standard act last night the Boston company will have a deservedly j successful engagement in Paducah The chorus is well trained and some of the ability of the members may be guessed from the fact that they have memorized the words anti score to several dozen operas comic and grand Tonight The Mikado will given again and a larger audience last night is expected Thead mirable manner in which the streetcar company Is handling the crowds going and returning has greatly increased the attendance to the park this summer The repertoire of the Boston Ideal company for the engagement Tames t Young who wa8 ciif with Quo Vndis when Miss Lillian Lancaster was here with it two seasons ago and who was tbeltarI in Waster and Man last year will go out next season with Faust as Mephlsto Mr Young is a rising young actor of great utility and will doubtless make a success in his starring venture Miss Alma Hays one of PadlcabI best singers leaves next Tuesday forI Chicago to begin studying for tboI operatic stage Ibo tins made a great with her singing afar as hej has gone and has ninny admirers who predWt a glowing success ni a profellionaLIMiss Flora Way Clark known pro fessionally Is Miss Lillian Lancaster li able to be out again and leaves in few days for Illckman on a visit to relatives She will not leave Reall r tacky until about August Miss Sophie Dawson who hs charge of Cllqnot the mechanical doll at the Casino last week Is this week singing In the chorus of the t n Ideal Opera company at the thea ter There will be a special performance Sunday evening at the Casino by the Boston Ideal Opera company and the prospects are for a large crowd TRADES UNIONISM CLARENCE S DARROW THINKS MEN HAVE LOST SIGHT OF THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Chicago May 26 Cluronco S Dar row who was chief counsel for the miners in the recent arbitration grow ing out of the strike In the anthracite beforeeTheePerils of Trade Unionism The general tone of his talk was that the laobr unions did not understand the principles on which they were found ed and along which they must work IfI they are to continue in existence He said in part Trade unionism Is really In its last analysis the effort to monopolize the labor market in the same line as the trust is the effort to monopolize pro duction The great growth of trade unionism in the last few years has ta ken into its body large numbers of men who were not familiar with Its principles or its value whose one de sire has been to better their condition who have not the understanding of affairs to recognize the relation that trade unionism boats to a general progress and who therefore have narrow views as to its management control and use In the great growth of trade un ionism the men seem to have lost sight of the fundamental principles which in the end must control Men catch trade unionism speculation combination as they catch the meas lei or mumps Capital has caught the fever of combination Until it has gone mad over corporations and trusts Likewise labor has caught the fever of trade unionism and without knowing what it means or realizing how it may be of real service to the world has turned Its power in the direction of the building up of organizations Unless this force Is turned to a political power or turned to substantial methods for bettering industrial ditions rather than for gaining tempo rary or personal advantages then all this great movement must be forw naught WANTED TO CRWfISn BUT THE YOUNG LADY WILL KEEP THE AUTOMOBILE It was today reported that J U i Campbell the constable at Princeton who gave Miss Luttrell the ticket which won the automobile was com ing here today to claim the machine and Miss Luttcll was seen this morn- Ing relative to the report She stated that Mr Campbell called her up over the phone last evening and informed her that ho thought ho was entitled to the machine but the replied that she didnt agree with hun She suggested that hi comedown and hold a conference with the proper authorities but he stated that be was too busy Miss LnttrellJ friends would never permit the automobile to be taken by the Princeton man and evidently he will say nothing else about It DONT CHASE SHADOWS toT NECESSARY TO DO SO IN PADUCAH The substance Is what you want Let the shadow alone Strangers testimony is a shadow Yon want other endorsement to Vince a Positive endorsement of friends and neighbors Removes the shadow of doubt Mr J W Wootan of 1403 Burnett treat says At different times for fifteen years I had attacks of kidney trouble and used more or lets medicine without getting permanent relief A few days treatment of Doana Kidney Pills obtained at DuBois fa CoIs drugstore proved to me that I had at last got hold of a remedy which went to the root of the trouble I will be only too pleased to give minuter particu lars to anyone Interviewing me per sonally For sale by all dealers price 60 cents per box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United Btates- Remember the name Deans and take no substituted READS LIKE FICTION Expedition Being Formed to Search for Great Fortune Maps Are In Possession of the Leader of the Party Which May Lo cate Treasure STORY DATES BACK TO 1813 Guthrie Okta May 28The story of an immense fortune the search for which an expedition is now being formed In Oklahomadatcs back to the early part of the nineteenth century when it Is claimed Aaron Dun con calved the idea of Invading Mexico The exact year Is given as 1813 The leader of this expedition now In progress of formation in W 8 Glenn an old pioneer and buffalo hun ter who recently brought suit against the United States to recover 20000 In the court of claims for 5000 buffs lo hides which were destroyed by the Comanche Indians in a raid In south urn Texas in 1866 He has with him the maps and outlines showing where the treasure Is located In the side of a creek called Lannan in southern Tex as If his documents count for aught there Is but little doubt that 120000 In gold is buried on this crook Ha expects to start his company in the near future- oor years Glenn has been collecting evidence to introduce into court on which to secure the money value of the buffalo hides destroyed by the IB dlans In this work be has associated almost entirely with Indians plainsmen and other pioneers from whom he has secured much additional evi dence regarding the secretion of the tat treasure He first heard the story many years ago from the Indians but knowing their superstitions he did not place great credit in their tale un tit In recent years Ho Is now confi dent that the money Is hidden in the bank of the creek and expects to turn with the fortune It is stated that the plans of Aaron j Burr became so formidable and so near realization that General Herrla an officer In the Mexican army and act log for the Mexican government offered to give General Wilkinson In command ot a division of the Ameri can army a reward of 1800000 If he ould defeat Burrs plans The provisions of the contract were that the American commander should receive ei0000 down the ret to be paid when he had accomplished the talk of defeating Burr- General Harris dispatched a party with a peck train to take the first pay ment of the reward from San Antonio to Xacbatoich where Ueneral Wilkin son bad his headquarters It was a tang aud dangerous trip through a re gion Infested with robbers and dits and before the train had covered half the distance it was attacked by a band of organized robbers The pack train and escort were defeated and the money stolen The news of the robd berg soon reached the headquarters of General Wilkinson who immediately sent a company of American soldiers In pursuit At the head of Lanuan creek the band of robbers was overtake en and realizing they would lose theII bootythey buried It In the bank of the creek A running fight between the soldiers and robbers followed several being killed on both sides The war fare against this organized band was then continued by the Americans un til the gang was demoralized and the remnants forced to leave the country Although not knowing the exact location of the burled gold Glenn be lieves his maps will guide him to the spot He has issued a general fauna tlon to parties who might desire to join him on such a trip and now has number of recruits He says he Is certain the gold Is still there because every member of tho original robber gang was killed Game is plentiful during this season of the year In that locality and be believes the trip will be one of great pleasure as well as ad venture MURRAY GUARDS PREPARATIONS MADE TO FIT THEM FOR INSPECTION Captain Charles Head ot the South Kentucky college passed through the oily this morning en route to Murray where he will place the local military company in training and order for the Inspection which will shortly be made He was the guest of 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Jake Biederman Crocery tc Baking Co i 1THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE tDustys getting n good lift this lime What kind of a team wits HT Can you see the driver Winners of Yesterdays Prizes In Puzzle Contest flMIllOlga Arnold GAY LOTDARIO IDR PERKINS SEEMS DETERt ftINED TO GET IN THE PEN Dr Wm Perkins with several all cases the man who came here a few weeks ago and had three or four young girls trailing around alter him under the delusion that he was going to start a theatrical troupe seems not to have taken warning from hli jail experience here out of which he was fortunately extricated for a hundred dollars or two His latest escapade according to information received here by the tpollee authorities Is to try the same game In Fort Worth Texas practicing medicine and curing for a nominal fee everything from gout to leprosy as he professed to do here and Inciden I tally having a few more wives on his list lie Is alleged to have been are rested there for bigamy on charges preferred by a Klngsbnrg Okla wo man and Is now on his way back t Oklahoma for trial The young blonds hn brought to Paducah from Pine Bluff Ark and claims he mar sled Is still In the city having seem ingly found Paducah more congenial than the festive trickster who brought her hero and whose brutal treatment of her brought on all his troubles I GETTING METROPOLITAN- s t AUTOMOBILES ADD A CITIFIED APPEARANCE TO THOR OUGHFARES lad ucabl streets are made to look very metropolitan with the automobiles and automobile delivery vehicles and the Indications aro that the horseless carriage is destined to be come quite popular here A number of gentlemen now own line machines I and Mr Frank Rieke expects one In a t tow days he ordered some time ago and which will cost in the neighbor hood of12000- Ono gentleman who has not had his machine long started to topper the other evening and tho machine tried to run away with him Ha succeeded In reaching home safe but left It and walked back Ho arranged to suit the auto for f less than he paid for it but after reconsidering the matter he t declares ho came to the conclusion ho could run one of the things as well as other dfools could so he con eluded to keep It 800 CANS EXPLODE REMARKABLE ACCIDENT ON MOVING TRAIN Pine Bluff Ark May 26An acci dent remarkable lnthe slight extent ot damage occurred on a Cotton Belt Itfrolght train running at a rapid rate Of speed near Wabbascka just north of Pine Bluff Eight hundred cans of powder In a box car exploded with a deafening report shooting a blaze ape parently to the clouds The air was filled with flying debris but no one was injured and the running gear ofI the car was not hurt Only the sides and top of the car were dismantled l Long Term In City Council Alderman Manton of Birmingham nlnelyfourtbt city count ll for h t a century y Miss Tcssle Decline NO SONG BIRDS THEY WILL NOT ADORN THE FALL HATS Milwaukee WIs May 28Song birds are to be omitted from fall hats This has been agreed upon by toe Millinery Jobbersassociation now In session here The Millinery Prbteo tin association an Eastern organiza tion succeeded In Its plea to the West ern organization which represents every large millinery house between Ohio and the Rocky mountains It vas agreed that they were not to handle song birds Roll terns and birds Because of this action It Is ex reeled that the Western trade will no longer continue to order these birds and so dealers will not bo compelle- to keep them It Is said that comparatively few of the wings of these bird- are used now anyway the hat trim mings being almost all from the feath fowloThe i udubon society was patties laxly prominent In the making of this fight where it would do some good and had made a great deal of trouble for the Eastern jobber The latter were diplomatic as between the game wardens and the Audubon society the milliners for a lone time have not been able to get the feathers of song birds WAS ROBBED SACRED ROOM AT UEN BUELLS ENTERED BY THIEVES Owrnsboro Ky Mar 26Who- General Don Carlos Bnsll the noted Union general died five years ago in his mansion In Mnhlcnberg county a provision was left In his will that a certain room In the building should never again be opened under any cir cumstances General Bnclli remains wero taken to St Louis for burial Ills nearest kin was a stepdaughter Miss Nannie Mason who Is now with the sisters of the Sacred Heart of Louis ville For the past five yean the man lion with twenty rooms has been con itantly guarded by Ramsey Briggs Briggs discovered yesterday that the house hail been robbed the night before Indications were that the sa cred room had also been broken open and no telling what is missing Briggs called In the neighbors but none would dare go Into the sacred room to see If everything was all right Miss Mason has boon telegraphed for It was never known why General Bnsll ordered that his private room should never be entered after his death FORMERLY LIVED BERF DEATH AT PEMBROKE OF A FORMER PADUCAH LADY News of the death of Mrs Nannie Wilson Quartos ot Pembroke Sunday reached tbo city today She left this city In February with her husband Mr Joe Qnsrles who had been con neoted with the Scott Hardware Cohere before he went to reside at Pem broke where ho went Into business She was well known here and left many friends to mourn her death She died of pneumonia after a brief belde1hn JUST i s 1 ONEt f WORD thYtworduN XWU1ta refers to Dr Tutt UTer PUb aD MEANS HEALTHAre yon constipated IndigestionSick Vlrtlro Bill Insomnia 4NY of these symptoms and many otterjidlcatc Inaction oftbo LIVER m Xa- oodTlspills Take No Substitute BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If ee ans aab7 yseen of or KP Y9- L4 p I ep to 1 Irul rfrw ofkbtlbspowW- slur uA sins to tan CANDY I CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY- n nt r uut potent Tut need Moea sktn r t0ti wIit mVdand staauta r lt10W BUMT ttimr calcite ton KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN SERVANT GIRL PROBLEM IT MAYBE SOLVEDAT BOSTON OF COURSE Boston Mail May 26The serrant girl problem will bo very much ameliorated if success attend an Industrial experiments to be Instituted here by the womens educational association A house In the Back Bey will bo opened August 14 Young girls wil- be trained for a month or six weeks In various household duties after which they will be hired out by tho hour to householders Although philanthro plo in Its nature and a great benefit to the employers of servants the plan Is propositiondThe house by the Household Aid company composed of citysMANY SLAIN TURKS WIPE OUT ONE MORE VILLAGE London May 26Tho Sofia corres pondent of the Morning Leader tele graphsi that the Macedonian committee reports that the Turks have burned the village of Banltzl near Seres Only 48 of the Inhabitants escaped and many women and girls were out raged and murdered and their bodies cast into the water r SPRING AILMENTS There is an aching and tlrod feel beacome sluggish and Inactive the digestion Impaired with little or no appe tits no ambition for anything and a feeling that the wholo body and mind needs toning np The trouble is that daring winter there has been an ac cumulation of waste matter In the eye tem Hcrblno will remove it secure to the secretions a right exit and by iti tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place of weakness at DuBois Kolb Co VEGETRIAN COLONY PLANNED Colorado Springs Colo May 20 Edgar Wallace Oonable of Colorado Springs has purchased 8000 sores of timber and fruit land in Denton coon ty Ark where he will found a col nay Oonable Is a noted faster and vegetarian A stock company with t3000000 capitalization will be or ganized schools mills and factories will be erected Much of the land will be divided Intojsmall fruit farmland vegetable gardens Colonists will bo forbidden to use meat alcoholic stimulants or tobacco The land is favorably situated In the Ozark fruit belt and abounds also in mineral springs marble and slate FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS Dr Bergln Pans III writes I have used Ballardi Snow Liniment always recommend it to my friends as I am confident there is no better made It is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballardi Snow Liniment li applied should always ollt In the house cases of book 25o and l at DnBoli kolb Si Ooi A LETTER FROM FORMER PADDCAHAN The Sun Is in receipt of the follow- Ing letter from a former Padncahin As it has been some little time since I had the pleasure of penciling you a few lines I take this opportunity of Informing you that mj wife and son Edward Dean and myself are all very wetland getting along fine The good old summertime Is coming and we are enjoying life We have hId a very backward spring and a good deal of rain and the farmers are behind with their work They are Just fin ishing sowing their grain such as wheat oats barley and flax This Is a beautiful country Quito a number of farmers have not threshed their wheat raised last year on account of the wet weather lost fall and this trade has been fine and my sales have gone tar beyond what my firm anticipated and they lay they aro more thin pleased with tho way have handled the business in my terri tory It Is much easier to sell goods In this country than where I formerly traveled When you call on a merchant he either gives you an order at once or dismisses you They have no time to visit or waste with a traveling man unless they need goods My family is delighted with this country and especially Minneapolis My wife and son say they never have seen a lonesome day since we left good old Paducah I will probably make a visit to Pa- ducah some time during the year 1901 and hope to find the good people get ting along flue and the town prosper lag and growing Paducah has a very bright future before her With kind est regards and best wishes for all I beg to remain Your friend E O YANOY DUTCH MEYERS HURT CENTRALlEMPLOYE INJURED Ernest Meyers known as Dutch Meyers woodworker in the local I 0 shops was Injured this mornlD while working at a rip saw He had several pieces of wood near the saw and one struck the fast revolving blade and was thrown against Meyer s1ihoapltio be seriously Injured although the ac cident may lay him np for some time FURNACES SHUT DOWN GRAND RIVERS CONCERN MUST GET MORE ORE Mr Avery Reed of Grand Rivers returned to that city this morning af ter a short business trip to the city The furnaces at Grand Rivers were shut down yesterday and the fires tanked on account of a shortage In stock No ore is on hand and It will require several days to secure more It Is not known how long the plant will bo Idle RlV SAM JONES WILL PREACH AT THE BROAD WAY M E CHURCH SUNDAY Rev Sam Jones of CattervtleG will arrive in the city Saturday and Sunday will preach at the Broadway Methodist church in the forenoon CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Chtasson Patterson La write June 8 1901 I had mal aria fever In very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fOr would return I used a sample bottle of Hcrblno found It helped me Then bought two bottles which pletely cured me I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine and can honestly recom mend It to those suffering from mal aria as it will surely cure them llerblne 600 bottle at Do Bois Kolb Co i PIGTAILS WANT BICYCLES Washington May 28 Consul John Fowler of Chefoo under date Of March 26 1903 writes to the state de partment in regard to the need for a touring bicycle In China It Ii strength he says that is wanted not style or flimsy adornments the tool box should be complete and the tools made of steel or other metal not easily broken There Is a good demand for wheels among the Chinese and a plain strong durable machine will sell widely at a remunerative rrlce hlladslphla Pun A rope ol i gets tight because that Is the wo t Is taut Phlladolpnl Evening Bulletin TRIUMPHANT OVER FEMALE DISEASES PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Home Treatment With the Famous Prescription Has Brought Happiness and Health to Hosts of Suffering Women Intelligent and thoughtful women are now using the best and most relia ble of all spring medicines Palnei Celery compoundand are getting back nervous vigor pure blood bodily strength and a ruddy and clear com plexion The women of our land who silently suffer from female irregulari ties and dangerous ins and who spend fully half their time in misery will find in PaIne Celery Compound all the virtues and elements that lead to health and true happiness Paine Celery Compound possesses peculiar powers for the strengthening of the female organism It braces the ner Tons system makes the weak muscles of every important organstrong Vic time of suppressed profuse or painful menstruation luchorrhea chlorosis uterine inflammation and other all ments common with females are quickly oured of these troubles and annoyancesare made vigorous and ao Live and rejoice in permanent health Mrs M A Morris Tilton Ark writes for women as follows- I was afflicted with the whites and irregular menstruation and tried sev11eral doctors but found no relief A lady friend of mine advised me to try Palnei Celery Compound I Well two bottles of your groat medicine and am now a sound woman and I giveryour wonderful remedy all the credit I will forever praise Paine Celery Compound It did me so much good t t a t PHERE is any number of 350 shoes for women especiallygmade to order The Em press Every pair guaranteed LENDLER J LYDON- The t People Who Save You Money on Every Purchase In the Good Old Summer Time I SOLID SUMMER COMFORT can be had If we put In one of our attractively designed and dotheworic styles of electrical fans For the com fort they bring to the worker or idler they would be cheap at more than our price 15 up installed and ready to bring the breezes Everything electrical is our boast Foreman Bros Novelty Co Incorporated I22 Broadway Caldwell SonRepresent some of the leading Fire Insurance Companies of the country AlsoReal Estate Agents Property in our hands carefully lookedafter Quick action on sales Phone 303 Office 116 S Fourth GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRINGF- IRSTGLASS HORSBBHOE1NO Best quality of rubber tires High grade spring wagons Will sell spring wagons on Installment payments No 319 Court St V GREIF Manager QtIJc 1Ja l1cal 0mt AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO IKCORTOIUTED nan K FIIICR rtwUent and Editor Sows J Oeotril Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES stored at the poMofflc at Paducah Icy u second class matter THEi DAILY SUN If carrier per by mall per month Uuledvaaee If mall per r arla advance IM THE WEEKLY SUN Out year matt postage pale tt Address THE SUN Paducah Ky Onion lie South ThIrd TaLSteesa KotU Chicago II 8 Osborne la charge low Tribune Building THE BUN cur M FOOWD ta tn MUOWIXO mots L D dementi Jt Co Yarn Colin Bros FtJmer House TUESDAY MAY 28 1003I DAILY THOUGHT Success is the conquest of the lower and baser self and the ability to be useful to ones fellow men It TUEWEATHER- Showen tonight and Wednesday with cooler Wednesday MORE ENCOURAGEMENT The Washington Star in an impar a tial resume of Kentucky politics says that there is unquestionably a great opportunity before the republican party Of the candidates of the j Republican party It aasOoloaelE Belknap and A E Wllion of Louis Tllle Attorney General Pratt the only Republican on the Taylor ticket of four years ego Whp got the office to which be was elected andc Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes are mentioned in connection with the gubernatorial nomination The quartet is one of exceptional abll sty Any of these men would make a brilliant canvass and in case ot mo sees at the polls able executive All are representative of the best blood In the commonwealth and have die Unfinished tbtmselTse in its social business ano polltYoAf Site ItIThis prompts tie Louisville Poit to observe r This encomium of the material at hand for selection by the Republican party is graceful land li known to be true by every citizen ot Kentucky It shows moreover that the days when the Republican party in Kentucky was looked upon with suspicion by people of other states has passed ItL is now recognized that tbe party hIIJ material as available and in every way in as creditable to tbe state as the Demo 1cretin party It remain only for the of party to show that unlike the Demo crate they can choose their candidates without any suspicion of fraud and that they will administer the affairs of the state to the best Interests of the ispeopleof pao wing of a political organization t Launched on such a platform with j one Of tno candidates so favorably t mentioned by4he Washington Star atII the head of the ticket the Republican party will enter the state campaign with as bright pro p ftttl4r success athi thapolls and future nsetuluess as ever wai granted to a party organization in this state in PROGRESS WILL WINIeThe coming light between mnnlcl pal progress and municipal stagnation in Paducah Is eliciting more than or dinary interest just now and The San In hss received many encouraging words for the stand it has always maintained on nit such questions The crowd that has sneaked Into office thrived and kept before the public through ignor ante and prejudice is on the run and while it may tight hard it lion its last1egs and its finish is in sight There is a demand now going up from every quarter for live program live men at the bead of affairs to dl be rent the ship if state into a good and safe harbor Paducah has long suffer ed from mismanagement and Incompe tency and the records will show it Our city ten or fifteen yean behind tbe times shows it Our streets gatCI ten lack at public conveniences boasted of of by other cities of this size show it Everything else shows It and the s best people of the town aril tired of It If there Is not a sweeping change at it the next election a great DIan will c they have given the Democratic gregation of grafters plenty of oppor unity to show what was in them nod the aggregation has shown lta change In November is an inevitable conse quence All we need In Paducah is to ginger up o iltlleISomehow all the Booker Washlngtcn sensations fall to pin out The Indianapolis chambermaid romanceor ho Bookerbo s hotel proprietor exposes it in a long card to the public saying that the upmBookers bed the first daybnt learning that she was going to be fired for be coming careless and negligent she be came stubborn and happened by the next day to hit on the plan of refusing to make np the negros bod to give them somethingtodlreher for Then she found that she Lad made a Jilt It and it has been easy money for her ever since The hotel man says far thermoro she Is not young and beast ful as the has been pictnredan the pers but is homely looking and about forty years old This only goes to show how easily the American people can be humbugged The chambermaid has received over fa 000 from enthu siasts who toot it for granted that ev ery thing they saw in the paper was so President Roosevelt IIa man who has tile regard of everybody who likes a staunch emphatic determined man lie ii president and If people dont know It now they ate likely to find it out before his term expires The press dispatches give one of his characteris tic utterances when the president is alleged to have said regarding a sec ond terms I would like to be president of the United States for another term but this much I will say I proI pose to be president this term I would rather be all president for three and a half years than halt president for and a half years It This is the kladI of talk true Americans like to bear If any one doubts that President Roosevelt Is president this term he should read upon the presidents rec j since he took up his abode in theI white house Nobody will be fooled by the publications that Mr Bryan and his friends mayvrefer President Roosevelt should thoi reorganizers get charge of the par ty MrBrvana friends seem to think that to have Mr Bryan advocate President Roosevelt might omens tho latter and that is want they evidently hope to do If Mr Bryani friends try to appear friendly towards President Roosevelt the motive will be ap parent but it will have no effect Mr Bryan can defeat a person for office about as easy as be can be elected president Attorney Taylor is talking of testing the nomination of Attorney for commonwealths attorney he really thought he was cheated the Democratic primary he could have tiled a contest long ago Some Mr Taylors friends hint that he Is only getting ready to announce for some other office and wants to use enough buncombe to get up a good heart of sympathy by the time the next primary comes off But of course this only talk- Judging from tbe looks of the gotten and alleys of Paducah the prom iced reform In municipal sanitation Is still on the way If it were not for generous perfumes of blooming roses locust trees and other happy provisions of nature we should all to go to the country to escape suffocation The most powerful argument offered connection with the claim that Pres Roosevelt cannot carry New York ii that he can win without it The touching harmony that prevails tbe ranks of L oiiville Democracy was evidently intended for Breathltt county Hall Calnes Idea At a recent banquet In London Hall Calve Informed his hearers that tbe misIon of the playwright is to amuse the great public and by virtue ol so doing to put money In the purse of the managers tho actors tbe supers and the chorus Nothing but Mr Calnes wellknown modesty It Is to presumed prevented him from in eluding the author In the list of desirable beneficiaries Put money In thy purse Is the motto of Othellos ancient of Jill other people of his stripe back to tho hero of the thirty pieces of silver As for those who ac use Mr Calne of deserting the cause art for that of gold they wallow la lacompcIteaceseems to suffer from whAt the Greeks called anacoluthon or Ts we sayjjn hltcitoItsthe smack of chastisement Yet wallow In tbe backwater if their 6Wh ONE WAS DISMISSED Sensationmt Wnshll1gtol1lntho PostOffice Cases Let Out Summarily and Other Arrests Expected Washington May 26 Postmaster General Payne has summarily dis missed Daniel V Miller assistant torney in tho office of the assistant torney general for the postoffloe de partment for accepting a bribe in con nectlon with tho case of John J Ryan and Co charged with fraudulent use of the malls Another warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man who is charged with being the partner or gobetween In the transaction A postoffioe In spector has gone west from Cincinnati to effect the arrest The bribe li al leged to have been accepted at Cincin nati last December Miller came here from Terre Haute Ind about two years ago He was appointed by former Aiiistant Assay Bay General James N Tyner The charge against Miller has been under Investigation for three months The Ryan company was a turf Investment concern which operated at St Louis and Oovlngton Ky Its methods and working operations are said to be simi lar to those of the Arnold company which has figured conspicuously in the postoffioe investigation STORY OF TOM OCHILTREC Gallant Colons Had Science of Shooting Down Fine CoL Tom Ochlltree was once in vited to spend a week at the deer hunting lodge In the Maine woods of of his friends and tramped the bringingdown thelodgejust as dusk and seeing something In the thicket fired at It It turnedIout to be a calf but the Honorable Tom missed It as gallantly as If It had been a buck of many antlers Whats this shouted hIs best you pretend to be a hunter and cant bit a caIn Well Tom replied I wasnt JustE sure what It was so I shot to hit it if It was deer and miss It U It flu v THE HOTEL KITCHEN IMMENSE STAFF NEEDED IN MOD ERN CARAVANSARY Food Prepared for Hundreds of Quests In the Most Expeditious Manner ThingsGo The kitchen arrangements of the modern hotel are on the first base ment floor There Is a chef but to far u I could see hedoos not cook Hall simply a captain of the lerentrflfa other cooks who work In three relays of twentyfire each There Is no range but a solid bank of broilers Immense gridirons beneath which are the fires that never die As for tho four hundred loaves of bred and eight thousand rolls required dally the chef does not worry his mind oyer the pat ent cutters and mixers and ovens and staff of bakers needed to supply the simple Item of bread or concern him self with the quality cf tho eleven hun dred pounds of butter that are each day required to 10 with It Neither does he trouble himself with the pas coaicreams fruits works of art some of them en titled to honorable mention In an academy of design Tin patrons of the modern hotels are fond of serts and the dally Item of two hun dred and fifty large pies convinces me that a fair percentage of them are na tive born and so exceedingly fond of the national dish I must not forget the Item of eggs Eighteen thousand are required every twentyfour hours Dolled eggs do not rot overdone they are boiled by clock work A perforated dipper contain ing the eggs drops down Into boiling water The dippers clockwork Is to the second and when that final aetI ond has expired tho little dipper up out of the water and the jumpi ready for delivery There are who do nothing else but till and watch and empty these dancing dippers and It seemed to me great fun On another part of this floor li the dishwashing where great galvanized baskets lower the pieces Into various solutions of potash imi clean rinsing water all so burning hot that the Idishes dry Instantly without wiping Sixtyfive thousand pieces of china- ware are cleansed In a day and an almost equal quantity of silver All = told there are three hundred employes la the Kitchen departments of this huge living machine Albert Dlgelow Paine In the Worlds Work Asylum In Memory of Victoria It hu been decided to found an hospital and an asylum for the blind as Ceylons memorial to the late Queen Victoria I No Fancy pound square Tins per Pound No 12 50c No2 Choice 75c No2 J2 pound 35c We Have the In ties or pound square Tins per pound 12 25c 12 pound Tin Foil per Tin 50 cents Ample Indeed are the attractions here Not only Is unusually good but there the ditional Inducement of remarkably fair prices Some of the goods here cannot be duplicated in the city We have tbe monopoly on their goodness Saw that were possessed of special merit and lost no time In securing them See that you are equally quick They wont stay here long HANDSOMR AND USKIUL The Buffet Is not an expensive piece of furniture but U surprising to how many uses can be put After being In the house a little while becomes and one would wonder how they did without It are showing a very handsome line of Buffets In golden finish and quarter sawed oak In them strength and beauty are most happily com blued Salesrooms 114 116 S St Best quality of rubber tires lltcn grade spring wagons Will sell spring wagons on Installment payments No3J9 Court St V GREIF Is weather at opened up importation These are choicest ever to country Liptons Celebrated Teas I I poundI II II JpoundII Above Straight Varie Blended Royal Seal Gunpowder Tea J J II II50c H II II Massewetta Blended Tea II IIWE ARE HERE the Goodstt I tbe- TURNITURB Is is It It Indispensable so 209213 Third GENERAL BLACKSMITH HING AND REPAIRING FIRSTCLASS HORSBSHOBINO Manager ICEI TEArefreshing this hot Biederman his ten stores has his teas the brought this J4II Pocahontas A Good Blended Tea Regular 10cent package for only 8 cents Regular 5cent package for only 4 cents t Young Hyson Gunpowder Temper pound 60 cents Moyuner t 1 J 7K r 4I fvr Fancyr 80itr ChoiceI I if 50 t ii 1JFANCY JAPAN TEA Fancy Japan Tea per pound 70 cents Japan Pan Fired per pound 40 cents Oolong Black per pound 50 cents Fool ChowI per pound 35centsii A fancy blended Gunpowder Japan and Oolong onlyi60 cents per pound We give a whole Premium Check with a Pound We give onehalf Premium ChecK with a Half Pound Jake Bjederman11 Grocery ra and Baking Co I t e Tl I 0 i ate dh 1r a iT n T I 1 sflIE CLES IlELJBIF d P9t4 O Y it t b4KIG POWDER THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE 2LOCd L LUfXS I i FOR DR PENDLEY ring 418 FOR DR WINSTON phone 298 WHITTEMORE Real estate free prloo list 510 Broadway phone 258 WALL PAlERKellUmI bough 331 Court for wall paper from per roll up ALtOFOUR readytowear hate tmarked down In this cut price Bale for 1this WelkMra Ooia William Clark EDISONS LATE3tlniproved ph Inograplil in the best IIOt20anlt 130 for wit by fT Clements Co t UKATH FROM PNEUMONIA Mr Wm Flnloy jdlixf et Ledbeuer this county from pneumonia aged d tyears The remains wore Interred a tin family purling ground WE WILL BEGIN tomonowMay 27 cutting prices on all trimmed bats and handsome patterns In order t make room for our midsummer din play next week Cora Williams Clark PUT YOUR property In my hands and I will ads buyer Or If you want some one to ftr1JlIlJtafor you see me I laid spleaiil f lIllI abed to attend your wants m either particular a Af IIILLE FIRST CHRISTIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL The children of the First r w Christian church are requested to moot at the church at 4 oclock Wed nesday afternoon to prep rotor8b11d ren clay celebrations WILL BE BURIED TODAYThe remains ef John Oafferty the ma who died in the city hospital yester day will 70 bably bo burled this at ternoon His relatlveihavo not been beard from and the remains will Interred at Mt Carmel NEW TELKPHONB3 IN COUNTY I The Peoples IndepwiJentTclepbon t company has begun work on Its Coiln t ty lines the ope to tone Oak being started now It Is to bo seven miles t f long and the poles have already keen left in their places sue will bo planted as rapidly as possible MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Charlie Osigatall of Herrln to Della Wnltliighlll of 4bo same planet Both aro years of sea and this will make their first marriage a 0 Stone aged 21 of Blaokrock Ark to Abbie DrlsklU of Livingston county aged ilL First marriage of both f TO HOLD CALLED MEETING A meeting ol the local Cor federate Vet eran camp will be called In a few days for tbe purpose af hearing reports on the national reunion at New Orleans just over and to make additional ar rangements for tko second brigade re union here next falL The date has not been decided an for too meeting HANDSOME PIECE OF WORK The commencement cards Cor the grad t noting tines were engraved by Mr Frank Hurgerthe popular young jew elerAnd are works of art the finis h being most creditable Mr Hugger has completed Jils work and turned the cards over to the committee and they will be valuable souvenirs of the graduation Each graduate U fur nished with a limited number of them to send to friends or relatives i DEAIIUfROM CONGESTION The throe mouths old child of Mr dlA WfTateof the Henderson school t honJKl neighborhood on the Mayfield road Bled this morning at 10 oclock of congestion of the brain The toner al will belield tomorrow afternoon a 3 oclock at Mt Kenton cemetery Prot Paul N Peck Is and unable to teach his school today l rtrtt + r W BttK WK + Nttkttt I lT J f LEMON CHILL TONIC j I SyrupGuaranteed 5 ynt Cure r Chit B01 K BCO Social Notes and About People M O A ENTERTAINMENT The ladles committee of the Y M A Is making big preparations for the entertainment to bo given at the tennis courts Thursday evening and a gives promise of being a very pleas sit affair A series of tennis games have been arranged for some of the lest players In the city and an orches tra hat been engaged to give a concert during the intermissions Refreshments also will be sorted The enter talument Is for the benefit of the ease ciation and a small admission feo will bo charged Mrs John Slaughter entertained tbo Christian Endeavor society of the Cumberland Presbyterian church with an ice cream supper last evening Those present were Misses Pearl and Nina Klrkpatrlck Nellie and Nona Stokes Lora Sullivan Bammle Wal late Nellie Bryan and Efllo Haynes of RIpley Tcnnj Messrs Will Reid George Gammon Wilson Arnold Albert McDonald Frank Slaughter Emmlob of Evanavllle A pleasant time was spent until a late hour ENTERTAINED EASTERN STARS Mrs Charles Holllday entertained the Eastern Star lodge this afternoon 1n honor of a visiting member of that DubQuoin Ill Mr Fred Roth has gone to St Louis on business Rootk Mrs T U Pnrycar Is visiting in Ctuksvllle Tenn Mr Jack Nelson arrived from Pal noonoMrs Stove Harris of Union City is visiting In the city Mrs N T Baker has returned from a visit to Saline Kan 1IMrl William Anderson has return ed frotnOiford Miss Mrs Mat Rawls went to Cerulean Sprlogitodsy at noon Mr Bradley Wilson returned firm the sooth today at noon Mrs T J Minorand daughter come op from Cairo last night Mrs Ad Raseh and child went own to Cairo on the Fowler today StnLoviioday at noon on a visit fUlna Eugenia Clark has returned fields business trip to New lock- e J Dr and Mrs DQ Murrvll tetnrn edtfrow New Orleans today at noon Mrs Bettle Nolcn of Union City ar rived today at noon to visit relatives Mr Jack Mann left again for St Louis today after a several days visit Mrs A L Banmgardner of Fort DodgeI a Is visiting Mrs T F Bar ton tCapt J F Orowlnskl ffoppa in as the city today en route down from ObclnnaUIMr James Scott and sisters have re1 turned from California and will reside in Padncah Mr Bam Bingham has returned from Louisville where he had gon onat short vial Itlsses Mary and Evelyn Walker leave in a few days forDyersbnrg Tend to spend the summer M3es Dorothy Drower left today foriher home in Tlptonville Tcnn after visiting Mrs Fred Aoktr Mr and Mrs R F Oottsohalk of Columbus Ind arrive nest week t visit Dr and Mrs Or E Whitesldes- Me Edward Williams of Birming bam Ala is visiting his father Sept Mike Williams of the marine ways Rev F A Matthls of Davenport la returned home last night after a visit to bas son Mr Ben Matthls of the local Y M a A Miss Alvlna OBrien has returned to Illinois after visiting Mrs Aaron Harley Mr Harley has gone to Metropolis to visit her mother Mr George Gammon has returns to Paducah from Eransvllle and will again reside here and engage In busi ness with Mri Eo E Emmloh who comes here ironiEvansvllle to locate Mr Archie Sheerer of Chicago Ile visiting Ms father on Monroe street Is ono of the most promising young railroaders In Chicago being assistant freight and ticket agent of the Frisco Mr Stoddard Robertson who went to St Louis recently has accepted position In the freight department of the Frisco railroad at St oasis aaIcording to Information recel by hll friends here tl i Mrs B F Farrow and family left d Farrow who has been at Dawson and who came ddwn to see his family oil returned with them as far as Dawson Ho Is mending slowly Miss Rose Cowley chief operator I for the Independent Telephone Co has resigned and left today at noon for Chicago her home Ube is suc ceeded by Miss Hoover of Princeton sister of Mr U O Hoover the well known typewriter agent here MAY BE SETTLED Shipbuilders Strike Possibly Soon be Over Local Committee Receives a Commas nication From Captain Howard There li a possibility that before many hours have passed the ship car punters and caulkers strike which balC boon on here for several weeks will bo settled and he remaining men return to work While there U no change reported today a committee composed of May or YelserPrcsldent Reed of the conn cilmanlo board and President DuBois nf the Commercial club Will appointed by the Commercial club to write Captain Howard relative to the strike It did 10 and ii In receipt of a reply U li understood stating that a settle ment would probably be affected on the same beds here as Jeffersonrllle where the strike was settled yester day While no proposition towards a tlement has been made yetlt probably will bo and may be acceptable to tho men one of the principal things thor are lighting for being a nine hour day which was granted at JeffenonTllle Should the negotiations bring about an early settlement of the strike i will be good news to the people of Pa tinea Tbe action taken at Is given In yesterdays Louisville Poe t as follows The strike at Howards shipyards Is off A compromise was reached a meeting today by which the compa ny agrees to reduce tbo hours from ten to nlnoand the men abandon their mand for an Increase In pay from 25 cents to 30 cents an hour About ship carpenters joiners and miscella neous hands at the yards struck fo the nine hour day and the 80 cent wage three weeks ago They will go back to work in the morning DANGEROUS EXPERIMENT SALVATION ARM rIS GOING TO TRY TO END KENTUCKY FEUDS Cleveland 0 May 26The Salva tion army Is about to attempt to end tbo Kentucky fends which have re suited In so many deaths Colonel Holts of this city who commands the army In Ohio Is preparing to twenty of his soldiers into Eastern Kentucky West Virginia and South ern Pennsylvania Then men and women of the invading band will bo tehold meetings in Salvation army sty throughout the country A Confeder ate soldier of some wealth living at Bristol Va has announced his wil lingness to defray the expenses The band will start at Wheeling W Va CIRCUIT COURT The only judgment filed In circuit HoA RIco against the Paducah Peanut Co judgment for 1137371 with Interest from February 0 1898 Continuances were made In the lowing cases J D Smith vs Franks- Watson Henson and Steger vs Stove Ettert Cynthia Bryant vs J M Mo Kinney Lucinda Atkins vs A T At kins Register Publishing Co vs Pa dncah Cycle club Deposit flank of Rnssellvlllu vs Brack Owen Orrilne Downs vs W D Downs IFAND A M Paducah lodge No 137 F and A M will meet in special communica lion Wednesday Ma27at l p m for the purpose of paying the last sad tribute of respect to the memory o our departed brother Wm R Money late member of Bremen lodge No 376 Members of Plain Oily and other lodges are fraternally invited By order CHAS E EARUART MittelaSecretary r DEANIN DENTONs 28 John Allen Stephens aged 45 a welllknowh oils zen dldUero Sunday night from s oOoGO IsosoCtf hlDI10GDoedI I O O OtrJ O O CA000 WANTEDA white nurse Apply at La Belle park- WANTEDFour girls pay good wages New City laundry FOR SALE Ono fortyhorse boiler and engine Address P O Box 299 GOOD PASTURENear the city good and cheap See dip Husbands DONT FORGET the blue label when purchasing a bicycle The War den Cycle PLUMBINGRing 866red for A F Greir 319 Court for plumbing at reasonable price- sWANTEDA bright boy for lean dry office Address B Sun office In handwriting COOK WANTEDAt 1455 Broadway Small family only two people No washing or Ironing Good wages for right person LOSTA white French poodle has just been sheared except for tall rnd head Answers to name of Curly Return to A J Decker Seventh and Jefferson and bo rewarded YALE BICYCLES union made are superior to all others Tribune Columbia and Recycle electrical sup plies local agent for the Oliver type writer Complete stock of typewriter supplies Repairing promptly attend ed to The Warden Cycle Co 328 South Third street NOT ON THE PROGRAM Unrehearsed Tableau Caused Stam pede from Parts Studio- A few years ago a Boston woman- t was staying In Parts and with her was a New York widow of the primmest type Among their acquaint wuoa Frenchman who knew his Parts a book and a very agreeable and de lightful gentleman In every sense the word He proved to be guide and tatprivate picture galleries and studios where strangers would give their eyes to but without avail One day he asky a It the two ladles would like to visit Doufereaua atelier and they Immediately accepted the levitation 0at the same time suggesting that an American friend with two young- r daughters might Join the party Surely yes and the group set fort to the studio the next day Ascending the stairs the gentle man went first the three ladles fol lowing with the young daughters iIn tho rear A rap on the door was answered by Fittest and enter they did to benold threo or four men smoking while a fair model posed under the bright light In the alto was a shriek In the vernac bratIIo young girls were shooed down stairs as the door banged to and the prim Boston and New YorK lattice retired with much dignity their carrIage below while their cort saw Dougercau about 1C Apologies were profuse and two minutes 1later the entire party ascended again and tits time they fqund the room va cant not a trace of tbe smokers or tto model and the artist met them serene as a moonbeam r SICKleeMu Lulu Wetherlngton of the Jake Blcderman Grocery Co South Second street is ill of pneumonia Mr Z O Tamil the r 0 black smith is ill atI his home on South Swain Townsend is qnlteIll a her home on the South Side JNOTICE William Green at Potters boat store Is authorized to receive bids fo the carnival automobile drawn by righet to reject bids If not satisfactory WILL FILED FOR PROBATE Tho will of the late Mr W II Linok was this afternoon filed for probate He leaves all his estate person al and real to his wife and appoints her the exijontrlx of tho estate- MINISTETQOONi2ACT REUVAL RevJ Wi DeweeielbTMannieTTir ar rived today to conduct a revival meet ing at the MeohanlcsburgMEchnrch There will bo services every afternoon mfExperience In Their Lives The first time Mr and Mn Henry Kettles of St Louts ever faced camera was when they celebrated their golden wedding last week and sat for their photographs to a news paper artist D TU AT WINGO tt i l1ra on Stalks aged aiont 65 JFsdledlnnday atWIngo Ene was the widow of the late Marion Stark orEley I Dry Goods Cos NewThings We are showing some new and pretty things in Shirt Waist Suits 300 to 350Oa pretty line of Shirt Waistsi50c to 225d Parasols J to 5 We are showing many pretty things for warm weather wear and at lowest prices consistent with legitmate mer chandising Eley Dry Goods Co TheCasinoWALLACE PARS Management JAMES E ENG- LISHTONIGHT Boston Ideal Opera Co 35fI Monday Tuesday and Wedn- esdayMIKADO FIRST TIME ATCASINO PRICES 25Cl All reserved seas on sale dais i p m to 5 p moo at Alveys drugstore SaturdayIb= Go T0do Y- California IIn comfortable Pullman tourist sleeper on fast train with pleasant neigh bors comparedIIts Santa Ie all the way Cheap colonist tiskets duly injure excursionstdwee toLosastourist sleepers on dally trains Free books about California tour and cheap lands southwest Gao T NicrtoLtow r RyGtSANTA FE Imagination Helps to Cure uslglass ot water sitting down the second In a standing position and the third during a slow stroll of exactly a quarter of mile Not that the doctors really b tilerperson drinking matters In the lUlL But they know by experience that these minute Instructions serve to concentrate the mind of the drinker upon the water and upon the cure It othehawthe mind plays in the cure of physical ailments DrinkEpSoti The Treat Beverage Cures Indigestion- at all fountains TieaJ SUD Secretary NM 01 IOOOOOOI Go 91Real Estate INVESTMENTSFor Seekers Two Clemen s St Bargains Three room house with lot Sox 125 feet on Clements street near Meyers cheap at 1000 A five room house nearly new Clements street between Meyers nd Short lot 55x200 feet with a wide alley Good cistern large barnand carriage room and other out buildings Must selj soon as owner desires to locate elsewhere Can be bought for 1250 cash Two Suburban Lots One on North Seventh St near Terrell 42x165 feet to a 30 foot alley price J8o Lots rear this have sold recently for Suo each The other is on Sixteenth street in Wortens addition This is on the shady side of the street and will make an elegant building slte Will sell cheap For J1250 Four houses at Nos 1023 and 1025 South Fifth St two double houses and two single houses lot S9xr65 Rent now for 28 per month Will sell for 1250 For 1050 Five room house Nol 29 South Third St lot 40x165 rents for f10 a month 1050 takes it For 1675 Triple house across from tht Lack Singletree Co on S Third St House only one end one half years old and rents for S26 a month A Fine Vacant Lot Who wants a splendid lot to build on orb an Investment We are offering the lot on the north side of Court between Morrows and Langstaff is size 50x165 for 1750 Tisa bargain Heres Another loycation ikbi Si Third St Rents for 810 month Price 105- 0A120pGoodThing Five room douse 9n Fourth Str between Caldwell and Husbands which rents for f10 a month Price 1200 BargafnGood onSouth Eighth street near Bockmon has good cistern and fruit trees stable and other out buildings Lot is 40x163 feet with 10 foot alley It Is now rented or8 per month to prompt paying tenant Will sell for 800 For Sale I have a block of ground on 8th and Terrell fronting 160 feet on the new Cairo division of the Illi nois Central A fine site for a factory and can be had for 1300 A vacant lot on the west side of S Fourth St in good neighbor hood two blocks from N C St L depot A bargain for f360 cashiIf you want a good vacant lot I have one on Harrison street be tween Seventeenth indlEighteenth near Fountain avenue Lot 50x165 feet Price i200 oIf you haveany property to sell or wish any one to look after the collection of yourrentsetc phone me at TheSun office This is my business now Have excellent fa cilities for it too A ten room house on the North Side lot SOX22 for 81900 Call for particulars investmentheres 57x165 feet corn Third and Ohio that rent for S22 per month Will sell on easy terms fur 2 too Three onNorthsirable locality houses in good condition lots 26xi65toan alley 750 eachHlghtroom FourthbinerMon rentsforant Fireroom house on Gould Ave lot 45160 Price id place for a railroad mn fSoo f SetA HILL 77- JANES REAL ESTATE INSURANCE O MORTGAGEJiJiL n FOR SALE All classes of property In every part the city of which a few samples are here given FOR INVESTMENT Don fide guaranteed gold mining stock paying IS per cent dividends i I have been fortunate enough to se cure for the benefit of my customers a option on a small block of the stock o the ML Jefferson Mines Consolidated paying regular monthly dividends of itf per cent This Is one of California great Bonanza mines containing millions of tons of rich ore It Is developed by over one mile of underground workings Is fully equipped and In successful oper ation Present price of stock y cents per share It will soon sell Jorjl per share and pay much larger dividends to security for every dollar Invested Special trnstfundjforjfurtherprotectlon Ar ideal opportunity to make money quickly easily and =absolutely without risk Call for prospectus and full ticulars Nos tuna tool 1006 and looS Noitb nth St 3 single and I double house will sell low for cash or sell on long easy payments hr single house or any number wanted Chance to get homes on monthly payments- No 1204 Bernheim Ave excellent new 4 room house in good fix at flojo part on time Nos 621 and 613 South gill SL 2 nice 3 room houses In good condition at 750 1105 Clay St near corner nth nlce 4room brick house at 1050 No 313 North Sixth street room house sewer connections and all con veniences with space on lot for addi tional building Price f6ooo e No 714 Jones street 1 room cottage in excellent condition with fruit shade and shrubbery In both front and backyards Price f1000 on very easy pay ments No 1223 Montoe Street good four room house shade bargain at 1050 Have money at all times at 6 per cent for ten years time to loan on farm mortgages 6 PER CENT FARM LOANS 315 feet Clay between Eleventh and Twelfth streets three brick houses sell whole ground vacant by foot or the houses as wt ilt or singly Ask prices as le front lots together in Fountain Park each 87 feet wide Will sell separate Price On corner lnC7So and 460o on Inside one Good eight room house 60 foot lot sewerage in both bathroom and kitchen South side Jefferson streets between Ninth and Tenth streets Excellent home on easy payments In best resi iGoodEighth street near Husbands for only f7J Excellent as investment torrent or home for colored man A bargain No 1740 Harrison street In Fountain Park new four room nice house so adjoiningivacant 50 foot lot f1200 Seven room house on north side of Elizabeth street third towards river from Sixth street rents at a month for ISoo f Two houses on one lot at northwest corner of Ninth and Ohio streets total rents 2050 per month Price 2050 Easy payments byyearmonth Price 4000 No 1036 Monroe street excellent five room house jo foot lot very desirable home In first class neighborhood Price a lj4i South Ninth street five j rooms hall shade and fruit trees Pricey jBargainj i 6oo Jzoo cash and balance Inlo mon thly payments Situated south side of Jones street between Eleventh and R a Twelfth ot good 3 room house on 40 foot i S Jfromfi monthly payments Several corner lots on Clay street with joining Inside lots to go with come tones If desired WM JANES520 BWay Paducah Kv WHEN BASIS COMING USE MothersFriend Womans greatest dream of beauty and plory is when nature has chosen her to become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the joy ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction corn a1fi the uncertainty whether the shall see hrIon the pillow aids rest to her expectancy externallythroughout pain of parturition and no mother and child can fall to be healthy hearty clear complexioned pure blooded and cheerful In disposition who are mutually influenced by the continued use of this peat liniment MOTHERS FRIEND IBuy of druggists Iioo per bottle Our treatise IMotherhood mailed free IMDHELD Ailtets Cold Grub You may get plenty of exercise and at the same time your stomach and bowels will get out of fix whyItsa cold meal iin the middle of the day wash it downwith hot coffee or cold beer finishing off with a lot of digestible pastry and go back to work If you will take a dose o- fDrCaldwells Syrup Pepsin every night it will unload your stomach and bowels and you will soon be able to cat anything without suffering- W R Oiwslt of Ottnmwa Is writes under OauoAirUi not twill take this means to inform cl the benefits I here received from using your Syrup Pepsin I have been troubled lor three years wlttt my stomach la fact could hardly keep down an thing I could eat and had spent between and with doctors without getting relief One dn I saw Syrup Pepsin advertised and u I had tried everything else I Syrup Pepsin s sad after the first dote could eat with out nauseous feeling I have recommended Syrup Pepsin to a number of persons used It with entire wtUfutlon I will add that a friend stated he would have been wining six months sro to pan with a acre farm for the nut be has obtained Your Money Bask If It Dont Benefit You PEPSIN SYRUP CO Monileallo IlL J V CULLEYIrepairs all kinds of Clocks and Sewing Machines getOilsKufflers and Tuckers for all machines at Jackson St East Tenn Phone Tan C Hen JBMtss MOSS at MOSS- LAWYERS aost II Patlseafe ALES lICONNBIXI SIGN AND BODIX PAINYL Oak Graining Plctlrtak Dark M UerhirnVa long 8t MYSELF CUREDwin lIadlr anyone addicted to COCAINE MORPHINE OPIUM or LAUDANUM a neTerfaluntr harmless Name Cam MRS I KiBT OAUOSVirV tR Nor I2IX Chlcizo Ulnae ksttklKtktKtKKtetktKtKtR + You Get the Best tSODA WATER J in town at J be SOULES 1t1a1t 1tIIoJ1a fM7a DK J Eo WOELFLE Office Hours 9 to it am 2to4pm7to J Dffice lotbandClay Ru 1124 Trimble Phone 7ij Phonn75t M Snbjorlba for The Inn a A Lesson In Humility How Little Johnnie Got a Lot of False Pride Out of INS System From Letters lout a Sdf Moat Xtr ctant to Ill Son t y llaratt Lorlmtr list permUrton of Small Uavnant Jt luWifun Ihtton never lee one of these fellows Swell ta around with their petty larceny that I dont think of a little ex perience of mine when I was a boy An old fellow caught me lifting a water melon In his patch one afternoon and Instead of cutting me and letting mo go in I had expected If I got caught lie led me home by the ear to my ma am told her what I had been up to Your grandma had been raised on the old fashioned plan Dud she hall never heard of tbeso newfangled theories or reasoning gently with a child till Its under lip begins to stick out and Us eyes to fill with tears as It sees the er ror of Its ways She fetched the lean trunkastrap or a slipper And your grandma was a pretty substantial woman Noth ing of tho tootsy wootiy about her foot and nothing of tho airy fairy trifle about her slipper When she Will through I knew that Id been licked polished right ort to a point and tbenI she sent mo to my room and told me not to poke my nose out of It till could recite tho Ten Commandment- Sad the Sunday school lesson by heart There was a whole chapter of It and an Old Testament chapter at that but I laid tight Into It because I newI ma and supper was only two hours off I can repeat that chapter still forward and backward without missing a word or stopping to catch my breath Every now and then old Doe Hoover used to come Into tho Sunday school room and scare the scholars Into fits by going around from class to class and asking questions That next day for the first time I was glad to see him happen In and I didnt try to escape attention when he worked around to our class For ten minutes Id been busting for him to ask me to recite a verse of the lesson and when be did I simply cut loose and recited the whole chapter and threw In the Ten Commandments for good measure It tort of dazed the Doc because hr had come to me for Information about the Old Testament before and well never got much beyond And Ahat begot Jabab or words to that lIrctt But when be got over the shock he made me stand right up before the whole school and do It again Tatted me on the bead and said I was an honor to my parents and an example to my playmates I bad been looking down all the time feeling mighty proud and scared buts at that I couldnt help glancing up to see the other boys admire me But the first person my eye lit on was your grandma standing In the back of the room where she had stopped for a moment on her way up to church and glaring at me In n mighty unpleasant wayTell em John she said right out loud before everybody There was no way to run for the elder had bold of my hand and there was no plate to hldi though I reckon could have crawled Into a rat bole So to gain time blurted out Tell Vm what mlIIlYITellem how you como to have your lesson so nice warned to llite notoriety fight then and there but knew there was ne switching tier off on to the weather when she wonted to talk religion Se I shut my eyes and let It come though It caught on my palate once or twice on the way out- Hooked a watermelon mam There wasnt any need for further particulars with that crowd and tbeIsimply howled Ma led mo up to our pew allowing that shed tend to me Monday for disgracing her In public that way and she did That was a twelve grain dose without of say sugar cost but It sweat more cant and false pride out of my system than I could get back Into It for the next twenty years learned right there how to be humble which Is a heap moro Important than knowing how to be proud There are mightya few men that need any lessons In that THIRD REGIMENT CORPS Owcniboro May 26Dr S It Wat In Surgeon general of the Third regiment Kentucky State Onards li organizing a hospital corps to bo con nected with the regiment The corps will be composed of twentyfour mem bars The members will be expected- to attend the regiment on all occasions and will be taught the rudiments of geld surgery IfKENTUCKYBowling Green May 26The Ken funky Dental association Is In session at here and there are about fifty visiting dentists about twenty of whom are from Loulivllle The association will In session three days Dr J 8 Cassidy of Oovlngton the president read Ills address A splendid program has been prepared WOMAN DROWNS HERSELF Evansville May 20rrs Hannah + Haute who lived live miles from the city committed Suicide by leaping Into a cistern Ref bony was dlscov 1 tired by heron She yeas the wife of well known termer NEWS OF THE RIVERS Observations taken at 7 n m River 8 Ion the gauge a fall of 04 In last 31 hours Wind southwest a light breeze Weather clear and warmer Temperature 70 Poll Observer The Hopkins li today Evansvllle packet ITho Avalon will pass Friday to Memphis The Memphis will pass Tuesday to St Louis The Rees Lee passed yesterday to Cincinnati The Charleston has gone Into Tennessee river The Michael lots for the Ohio river this morning The Urace Smith went up the Ohio this mornlnr The Savannah will pass into Tennessee river Thursday The City of St Joe li itlll laying up here waiting for orders The Dick Fowler left on time this morning for Cairo with a good trip The sand digger li at work at the sand bar which Is jut now beginning to how yestersday but missed her short trip She will leave Wednesday for Nashville The Clyde arrived this morning with a big trip and Is now at Joppa unload- Ing She returns to Tennessee river morrowPALS toI ALE AND KYLO AGAIN DECLARED NU INTOXI GATING BY THE COURT A case of much Interest was tried before Circuit Judge R E Maiden of Dresden Tenn In which W D Fra zler of Martin Tenn was charged with selling Lttrlsona Kjlo and Pale Ale which were claimed to to Intexl rating but after testing these drinks Sad hearing the evidence of a nnmber of witnesses and the proof showing them to be nonIntoxicating the Jury dismissed the case deciding that it was not a violation of the local option law to sell these beverages The decision is of mnch importance to A M Laerlson Jo of this city and their many customers In this state nd Tennessee ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD EXCUR SION BULLETIN The Illinois Central Railroad Co announces reduced rates as follows Boston Mass July 3 to S ono fart pins t for the round trip good re turning until July la with privilege of extension until September by deposit of ticket and payment of 80 cents account of National Education association J T DONOVAN Agent SMALLPOX CAUSES ALARM Owensboo May 26The dedica lion of the Baptist church at Deano field which was to have taken placo next Sunday has beenpostponed In definitely on Recount of smallpox which Is prevalent throughout that of Ohio county All schools have teen clot and no services are hold In churches Numbers of people have been exposed and a further spread the disease Is feared WORLDWIDE REPUTATION Whites Critics Vermlfngo has achieved a worldwldo reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers nd for Its tonlo Influence on weak and unthrifty children as It neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimila lion of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor sad elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 2Bo at DuBois J KolbCos iPttersoni 1sellorWoodmen of the World is In the city n route home from the supreme oil at Milwaukee and will remain two days Tonight thero is to be a social the marine engineers hallglven by the Woodmen In order that the craft may meet Mr Patterson Mr M Nance And daughter Miss e Softie have returned from attending the presbytery of tho Cumberland Prcsbrterlan church at Nashville 1iHtHtHtfittHi 11111111 Ico Cream Soda t made frO mpuR CREAM at- SOULES Eilil II u + +M 1 J L Wolff JJeweler js s shoe game but you you and I 4 sen Bros Ladles fine Shoes Kid and 2 WE HAVE A LOT OF FINE STONES WE WILL SELL SINGLE OR IN LOTS AT SURA PRISINGLY LOW PRICES 4 COME AND SEEr at J v I IWE in CANT the PLAY BALLIibuying it try ours Johan Patent KidOxfords John Meiersr Shoes and j Oxfords 1Union1 l90 Ranges Shoe StoreAround the Corner on Third Bicycles 1103 Models i If in the market for a new wheel it will pay you to see us before buying The Orient Monarch and Eagle Models- We Sell on Easy Weekly Payments Old wheels taken in exchange Largest stock to i select from in the city Full line Tires Parts and Sundries Repair shop in connection Williams Bicycle Company Fifth and Jefferson Streets 00 IEye Talk Do you value your eyes Then dont puttoff having then examined and getting prop Ier glasses The eye is a wonderful little or Igan and leas more nerves than any other or gan In the body Naturally a strain of the eyes is a strain on the nervous system and causes headache in digestion nervousness etc Examination without charge Dr Me STEINFELD Ophthalmologist 222 Broadway u K1KkKttttKtKtKtKtKtKtKik +KtktktktKtK4KisttKtKtktKtKtStti CLIP YOUR HORSES i They Feel Better fI They Look BettertThey Work Better fI They Are Less IWe t TULLY LIVERY CO i FOURTH AND COURT iObi UF7H hits s7N i TsiL tae iafo1tfo1tfo1a 7ri is Ftsi4N Plaitstlsi7sitsitt 0 MO 0 00 0 0000000000 00 00000000 00 H J Arenz G B Gilbert Paducah Commission Co 109 Broadway Phono 1 17 l t Dealers in Stocks Bonds Grain Provisions andCotton Orders executed for cash or on margins S Local Securities Bought and Sold Relerencc Citizens Savings Bank 00S 0 tee t 010 s 0 Saa4et1sts JL I 4 5ENDYOUkYACI1Tp0ON I McfoNAC BjANP- t RESORTSlTIME TABLE SITVIIH Detroit end Cleveland f Lave DETROIT dally 1030 m Arrive 530 a i making Railroadsrcpoints an f daily m Arrive 530 a m connecting with Mdlneispoils at PauldPetOekev M110U willChlcaR tor point Ulici and the wed IMr Trips txtwtea Detroit snd One land during July sod Mckinac Division TOLEDO xtond ant BJO a m and Tuerdya and nurala yi 400 p m La s DETROIT Monilir and aater Ja ticf m sodWednesdays and a t- wCoodw Send icents Illustrated Pamphlet Mle IOWITZTIIDtItaII lad PERFECT PLUMBING t means good health during Summer an easy mind in Winter time and general satisfaction t all the year round You cannot get better work than we do for you Our charges represent just what the work Is honestly worth Ed D llannan 130 O4TH 4 33O COURT STS- PADUCAHKENTUCKY Extension of Colonist Rates to the Northwest And California i The Burlington extends until June 19 the period ot tbe greatly reduced one way Colonist rates to tbe Northwest and to California This is a good way to a train IS to fro HomeStcken Excursions Round trip tickets at one fare plus 1 are sold on the lint and third s of each month to the West and Northwest Includlcg also Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and Puget Sound Cheap Round Trip Tickets to Cal Ifornt Round trip rites to California May and Stay l to 18 inclusive with sixty days limit at flTJo from St Louis fcj from Kansas City ISO from Chicago California Excursionst Join our personally conducted through Tourist sleeper excursions to California on frequent dates during each week via heaver scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City Main Traveled Road With itttnnk lines and Its nection Ue Burlington can toke the- bast care of you The map shows how directly the Burlingtons lines reach the entire West and Northwest region of our to us any onewayor circuit tttriheleutcotnodthebetwaytomakeIt CHAS KMicnBt L WW KMY Tray ran Agt Cant Tassr Agt 604 Pine St Louis f uumn Have you any property to sell Do you want to buy t In either cue I can serve you I also will collect your rents for you on reasonable terms t S A HILL The Sun Office ALBEN W BARKLE- YAttorncyatLaw l Room No5 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LOUIS PELL Master EUGENE ROBINSON Clerk This company Is not responsible for Invoice charges males collected by the clerk of the boat CAPTAL AND SURPLUS 314200 AMERICAN GERMAN NATIONAL BANK Paducah Kentucky Interest Paid on Time Deposits Offices on second and third floors h let Geo C Thompson Pro Rd L Atkins Cashier A L LASSITER Architect and Superintendent Rooms 7 and 8 Yeiser Building PhonyIOffice 215- Ruldence 5494 PADUCAH KY BRINTON B DAVIS F A I A 0 ARCHITECT so Ill iBMBWAT PBMHIM fii t6t ylt 4 + + + FFihidfr4 f 444 0 91994 1it9ffi aao + 9 + w 9hF + GRAISTARK Dy GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON bv lltrtxrt S Stops +tiH U+ MFt t4 + thF4TTTVTTTT Oronfnll had formed many chance Acquaintance during his travels sometimes taking risks and liberties that were refreshingly bold tie had sel dom been repulsed strange to say and an be went to his section dizzily he thought of the good fortune that bad been his In other attempts and asked himself why It had not occurred to him to make the samo advances lu the present Instance Somehow she was dif ferent There was that strange dignity that pure beauty that Imperial manner all combining to forbid the faintest thought of familiarity He took out the roll and leaned back In his chair wondering where It came from In any case bo thought It make a good pocketplcce and some day Ill find some Idiot who knows moro about geography than I do Mr Lorrys own Ideas of geography were jumbled and vague as If be bad got them by studying the labels on hill batboi He knew the places be bad been to and lIe recognized a new coun try by the annoyances of the customs house but beyond this his Ignorance was complete Tbo coin so far as bo knew might have come from any one of n hundred small principalities scat tered about the continent Before the train reached St Mule bo made up his mind to change cars there and go to Washington It also occurred to him that ho might go on to New York If the spell lasted Dur lug the day bo telegraphed ahead for Accommodations and when tbo flier art rived In fit Louis that evening bo hue riedly attended to the transferring and rechecking of his baggage bought a new ticket and dined At 8 ke was In the station and at 815 bo passed her In the aisle She was standing In her stateroom door directing her maid He sow a look of surprise flit across her face as be passed lie slept sound ly that night and dreamed that he was crowing the ocean with her At breakfast bo saw her but If she saw him It was when be was not look log at her Once ho caught Uncle Ca s par staring at him through his mono cle which dropped Instantly from his eye In the manner that Is always sell explanatory Ills spirits took n furl ous bound with the realization that she had deigned to honor him by recogni tion It only to call ottentlon to him because bo possessed a certain cola Once the old gentleman naked him the time of day and set his watch cording to the reply In Ohio the man servant scowled at him because he In aseshe paced the platform while tbo train waited at a station Again In Ohio they met In the vestibule and bo was compelled to step aside to allow her to pass Ho did not feel particularly ju bilant over this meeting She did not oven glance at him Lorry realized that his opportunities were fast disappearing and that be did not seem to be any nearer meeting her than when they started Ho had hoped to get Undo Caspar Into a conversa flail and then use him but Uncle Cas par was as distant as an Iceberg If there should be a wreck Grrnfall caught himself thinking then my chance would com but I dont sir how rrovldenra Is going to help mo In any other way Near the close of the day after they left Cincinnati the train began to wind through the foothills of tbe Alle ghsnles llellalre Grafton and other towns were left behind and they wero soon whirling up tho steep mountain higher and higher through tunnel after tunnel nearer and nearer to Wash ington every minute As they were pulling out of a little mining town built on the mountain side a sudden jar stopped the train There was some little excitement and a scramble for Information Some part of the engine was disabled and It would be neces nary to replace It before tbe run could proceed- LofJ7 strolled up the crowd of pat sengers wbu were watching the engi neer and fireman at work A clear musical voice almost In his ear startled him for be knew to whom It onged Sho addressed the conductor who Impatient and annoyed stood Im mediately behind him How long are we to bo delayed she esked Just two minutes before this sumo conductor had responded most ungraciously to a simple question Lorry had asked and bad gone so far as to Instruct another Inquisitive traveler to go to a warmer climate because ho persisted In asking for Information which could not be given except by a clairvoyant Hut now he answered most affable tones Well be hero for thirty minutes at least miss perhaps longer She walked away after thanking him and Grenftfll looked at his watch Off the main street of the town ran little lanes leading to the mines low They all ended at the edge of a steep declivity There was a drop of almost 400 feet straight Into the valley below Along the aides of this valley were the entrances to the mines Above on the ledge was the machinery for lifting the ore to the high ground on which stood the town and railroad yards Down one of these streets walked the young lady curiously Interested In all about her She seemed glad to escape row Ihe train jmd Usjieopjejandihe hurried along the fresh spring wind blowing her hair from beneath her cap the ends of her long coat fluttering Lorry stood on the platform watch ing her then he lighted a cigarette and followed He had a vague feeling that she ought not to be alone with all tbo workmen She started to come back before bo reached her however and be turned again toward the station Then bo heard a sudden whistle anil a minute later from tbe end of the street bo saw the train pulling out Lorry had rather distinguished himself In college as a runner and Instinctively bo dash ed up the street reaching the tracks just In time to catch the railing of the last coach Hut there ho stopped and stood with thumping heart while the coaches slid smoothly up tho track leaving him behind lie remembered be was not the only one left and bo panted and smiled It occurred to him when It was too late that be might have got on the train and pulled tbe rope or called the conductor but that was out of the question now After all It might not be such a merry game to stay In that filthy little town It did not follow that she would prove friend lyA few moments later she appeared wholly unconscious of what had hap pened A glance down the track and her face was the picture of despair Then she saw him coming toward her wIth long strides flushed and ex died Itegsraless of appearances con ditions or consequences she hurried to meet him- Wbere Is the tralnr she gasped as the distance between them grew short her blue eyes seeking his beseechingly her hands clasped It has gone Gone And wewe arc leUr Ho nodded delighted by the word we The conductor said thirty minutes It has been but twenty she cried haW tearfully halt angrily looking at her watch Ob what shall I dor she went on distractedly He bad enjoyed saw him coming toward her titlong strides the sweet despairing tones but this taut wall called for manly and Instant acUnII Will sire 1000 I must catch It She bad placed her gloved hand against a telegraph pole to steady her trem bung but her face was resolute Im periods commanding She was ordering Win to obey aa she would have commanded a slave In her voice there was authority In her eye there was fear She could control tile one but not tbe other We cannot catch the flier I want to catch It as much as you andherho straightened himself I would add a thousand to yours lie hesitated a moment thinking There la but one way and no time to lose With this be turned and ran rapidly toward the little depot and telegraph offlce CHAPTER II ToUthe operators window Wliats tho nearest station east of here I t leisurely answered the agent In some surprise How far Is Ity Four miles- Telegraph ahead and hold the train that just left here The train doesnt stop there Its got to stop there or there be more trouble than this road has had since It began business The conductor pulled out and left two of his pas sengers gave out wrong Information and hell have to hold his train there or bring her back here If you dont send that order Ill report you as well as the conductor Grentalls manner was commanding Tbe agents Impression was that he was Important that he had a right to give orders but he hesitated Theres no way for you but to get to j anyway be said while turn log the matter over In bis mind You stop that train Ill get there Inside ot twenty mlnutcsiJaw be P quirt Wire them to bold tier or there bo on order frdm headquarters for some ninety day lay offs The agent stared at him then turned to Ills Instrument and the message went forward Lorry rushed out On the platform he nearly ran over the hurrying figure In the tan coat me Ill explain things In a minute he gasped and dashed away Her troubled eyes blinked with aston end of the platform stood a mountain mach along the sides of which was printed In yellow letters Happy Springs The driver was climbing up to his scat and the cum bersome trap was empty orentalllWbatGet me to V Inside of twenty minutes and Ill glvo you Hurry upl Answer Yes but you see Im hired Oh thats all right Youll never make money easier Can you get us there In twenty minutest Its four mile pardner and not very good road either Hie In and well make It er kill old Hip and Jim Miss the t ready for a race with an express train and dont ask ques tions Kill em both If you have to Ill bo back In a second Jack to the station he tore She was standing near the door looking un the track miserably Already night was falling Men were lighting the switch llanterns and the mountains were turn- Ing Into great dark shadows Come quickly I have a wagon out here Jleslstlcfwly she was hurried along and fairly shoved through the open door of the odd looking coach Un was beside her on the seat In an Instant and her bewildered ears beard him say Drive like the very deuce Then the door slammed the driver clattered up to his scat and the horses were oft with a rush Where are we going she demanded sitting very straight and defiant After that train Ill tell you all about It when I get my breath This Is to bo tbe quickest esc o from a dilemma on record PrOT lail It Jpq est cape Ily this tithe they We bump ing along tho flinty road at a lively rate jolting about on the seat In a most disconcerting manner After a few long deep breaths be told her how the ride In the Springs back bad been conceived and of the arrangement he had made with the dispatcher He furthermore acquainted her with thd cause of his being left when he might have caught the train Just as I reached the track out of breath but rejoicing I remembere having seen you on that side street an knew that you would be left It would have been heartless to leave you here without protection so I felt It my duty to let the train go and help you out of a very ugly predicament How can I ever repay your she murmured It was so good sad su thoughtful of youl Ob I should have died had I been left here alone Do you not think my uncle will miss me and have the train sent back she went on sagely Thats sor bo exclaimed somewhat disconcerted But I dont know el ther He may not miss you for a long time thinking you are In some other car you know That could easily happen triumphantly Can this man get us to tbe next eta Lion In time she questioned looting at the black mountains and the dense foliage It was now quite dark If he doesnt bump us to death be fore we get halt way there Hes driv log like the wind You must let me pay half his bill she said decidedly from the dark corns In which she was huddling 1Ile could find no response to this per emptory request The road Is growing rougher If you will allow mo to make a sugges tion I think you will see Its wisdom You can escape a great deal of ugly jostling If you will take hold of my arm and cling to It tightly I will brace myself with this strap am sure It will save you many bard bnmpaIWithout a word she moved to his side and wound her strong little arm about his big one I had thought of that she said simply Thank you Then after a moment while his heart thumped mad ly Had It occurred to you that after you ran so hard you might have climbed aboard the train and ordered the conductor to stop It for met 1111 never thought of their be cried do not think me ungrateful You have been very good to me a stranger One often thinks afterward of things one might have done dont you know You did the noblest when ia accnvcii J joarsH for ere What trouble I have made for your It has been no trouble he floun dered An adventure like this Is worth no end of or Inconvenience as you call It Im sure I must have lost my head completely and I am ashamed of myself How much anxiety could have saved you had I been possessed of an ounce of brains Hush I will not allow you to say that You would have mo appear un grateful when I certainly am not Acb how he Is driving Do you think It dangerous abe cried as the back gave two or three wild lurches throw Ing him Into the corner and the girl haft upon him TO UK CONTINUED A Valuable FindTwo years ago the Gorman colonial society offered a prize for the finding of a plant In the German colonies fur nishing gutUpsrcha suitable for cable purposes A telegram from Gar man New Guinea says that gutta beentound CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK W F PAXTON President R RUDYIIIDIRECTORS Jas A Rudy E P Gilson Geo Hart E Farley F Kamleltcr G C Walla- ceIF M Fisher W F Paxton R Rudy Does a general banking bus iness Every accommodation given consistent with safe of individuals and firms solicited Interest paid on time de po OpenSaturday Nights From 7 to 8 THIRD and- BROADWAY VERY LOW ONEWAY AND ROUND TRIP RATES TO THE NorthwestVIA The Northern- Pacific Railway One way Colonist Tickets on sale until June 15th Round trip HomeSeekers tick ets en sale the first and third Tuesdays of April May and June at a rounddtrip For full information write at once to ChaseS Fee G P T A St Paul Minn f7lili GIVE WELLII Join the Procession I Get in line by sending your Laundry to the S06Ge STAR STEAM LAUNDRY YOUNG AvlRIFFITH PHOM PHONE 200- ESTABLISHED 1ST3 The City National Bank PADUCAH Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 40000000 = S B HUGHES President t Jos L FRIKDUAN VicePresldent J C UrnutnACK Cashier C B RICHAXDSON Assistant Cashier Accounts nf Banks Bankers Corporation and Individual touched and guaranteed every accommodation sistent with prudent banking Interest paid on time deposits DIRECTORS- S B Ilccnss W H J C UITSBDACK J L FRIEDMAN DBJO E BRACE OWEN TRY OUR IMPORTED Black and BUeknd Green t MIXED TEAS 65c and 75e a pound BEST TEA ON EARTH CHINESE LAUNDRY Work Guaranteed OOKSmCIAITY G4UUTIC FINISH COLLARS AND CUFFS NOIOJ Broadway TELEPHONE 733 o Ei t q The Style ofa Dorothy Dodd Let us assume that your shoes fit you Now what next What is most important Unquestionably Stylel Demand that a shoe shall possess Stylel If it has style and Jittle else you want if If it has not style but everything else you dont want fit The Style of a Dorothy Dodd n is unique It cannot be duplicated by any other maker because the Dorothy Dodd li a totally different construction from any other ladies shoe made It holds the foot firmly at the waist thats the instep pre vents the too from slipping forwardand thus give a correct poise in walking Yet It makes the foot look nearly a whole size smaller Thati cnrloni and yen wont believe It till you see it Just for once try the Style of a Dorothy Dodd OxforfsSiSO Boots 300 Specials 50e more FutEyelets Exclusively Sincerely you- rDorothy Dodd Cteo Rock Are You Prepared For Hot Weather The hot Weather here and you should be prepared to meet it There are many things you will need to make the summer more comfortable We have the LUW EST PRICESTabi7MaLa45cacr s r cr9aaias Refrigerators Ice Boxes Water Coolers Ice I Ioneam geezers Hammocks Lawn Swings Screen Screen Windows Lawn Mowers Rubber H- oseSCOTTHARDWARE CO BRKOADWAY-II EDGAR W WHITTEMORE REAL ESTATE AGENCY PADUCAH REAL ESTATE WESTERN KENTUCKY FARMS EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT LOTS FOR INVESTMENT WESTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE JOURNAL AND PRICE LIST FREE TO EVERYBODY SEND FOR IT EDGAR W WHITTEMORE Paducah Kf I f XWwaste Wi no words in going into the whys and wherefores of the matter but come out plain with 1 ii the Announcement tua- tRegent 350 shots Pao eesI Inert have the genuine Oak Tanned Soles the 1 wearCochran Shoe Co Read TIe SUN and keep posted lOc week PADUCAH AT THE TOP Continued from Flut page Earned runs OlarktTllle Nits 4 off Clarksville Harris off Cairo Clark Errors 3 each Struck out off Cairo 11 off Clarks- Ville Time game 135 Powers umpire Attendance 300 Vlnoennci May 26 Vlnccnne made hits while IIoplcnsvllle mad errors Feature of game was finale batting getting throe two baggers and a Ingle Score 183468788Vl- ncennei 40131821 014 HopktnsTllle 000000102 VInoennei 8 IS hits errors 4 bat tery Orr and Kelly- Jlnpklanllle hits Sscrrori 14bat tery Mullen and Street Henderson May 26 Hondoiion de feated Oweniboro by splendid work by the entire team The feature was the brilliant playing of McNntt In the box Score 123456789He- nderion 00008001 07 Owoniboro 00000 000 00Batteries Uondenon MoNntt and Conner Oweniboro Cox and Rntledge BASEBALL NOTES Pete Dunn li a good umpire and everybody ii iatlific with him His decisions may Dot suit some and some may occasionally think he li wrong but Pete li a good fellow and he ti always where he canjndge a play better than those on other parts of the grouadIThe Paducah boys aro out for vlo tory every time now They have gOlI their habits on and if they get beat the other fellows will know theyre done lomethlng when they lieI got in their work yes torday afternoon and rattled the JackI ion pitcher 10 badly that be couldnt throw a strike In the last InalollIMurray Is Paducah sorest bitter When ho sidles up to the plate the Seldom begin to back backIYesterdays game was one of the uniting kind with the score tied fee several Innings Boys just watt until Cairo comes t UNTIL JULY 10TH hinjr Chang ct nl May Stay Here a Little Longer Commissioner Gardner Not to Hear the case Until JalyI The case against the four ChiDaI mea Lin Sing Jo Oh Ah Wing aad- Ah Pang for not having entrance paI pore to this country Will this morning lontinned by Commissioner Armour Gardner until July 10 when the case will be heard and decided by the sets this trial being conclusive U- tome one point of law li involved in which case an appeal to the district oderal court might be made This agreement Will reached by Assistant District Attorney Tbachcr of Louis rills who came down last night to prosecute the case Messn Okgby and Martin attor mays for the defendant claim the htnamrn are native born except Lin Sing who came here before the act was passed prohibiting Chinamen to It U the intention of the law yen to send for the necessary wit to prove this fact and it will reo quire fortyfive days to do this Com missioner Gardner goes to Atlantic Ilty every summer and had decided go before July but on account of he importance of the case postponed tbe trip until after the 10th STILL IN HOC NO PRISONERS YET TAKEN OUT OF CITY PRISON The city lockup It still under quar antine and no prisoners have been taken out today All who are fined and cannot pay the flue go to the lockup but are not yet permitted to go out The fumigation bas been finish ed and the physicians think there Ii no danger now but will remain on the tafe side and keep the place under quarantine for a few days longer Miss Lou Oarbo wee of Rising San Ind and Mill Ross Foreman of Rose bud III have returned home after a visit to Mn Henry Fo- remani6wom FOUND DEAD Sudden Enl oft Well Known Resident of IHnklevllIo Loft His Bed During the Night sue Expired From Heart Disease News reached the city today of the sudden death at Hlnklevllle Mallard county last night of Mr Al Moore ono of the best known citizens of that place whoso body was found In the yard about daylight this morning Mr Moore was about 29 years old a son of Mr James Moore and a bro that to Meuri John and lien Moore of Hluklerlllo Last night be Rot op about 12 oclock to Investigate noise from the direction of the chicken house and was not found again until daylight when Mi body was dlioov eyed Heart disease It supposed to have caused his demise which was from natural causes The father of the deceased Mr James Moore vs formerly repreten tatlre from Ballard county in the state legislature The dead man leaves many friends la Paducah A wife and two children survive him The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 11 oclock IN POLICE COURT MISDEMEANOR CHARGES IN YES TIOATED TODAY Anderson Kimble and Parllea Kim ble colored were this morning fined 110 and cats by Judge Sanders for disorderly conduct When Offlcer Harley went to arrest the former WII forced to knock him down with his club Kimble threw a shoe last at him and bad advanced for an ai vault Thomas Wilson and his sister An tie Wilson colored were arraigned for a breach of the peace and former IloadI Morris McCain white wai lIaM 120 nd costs for curling Express Driver William Arnold The malicious shooting case against John Johnson colored was again con zoned Alberta Goldsmith colored was ned 120 and costs for being drunk and Uiorderly MINISTER DIES IK WAS ALSO A PROMINENT MASON Rev William R McRoy a Method lit minister well known In this city lied of consumption this morning at 1040 oclock at his residence 014 Tennessee street after a two months llnesrand with his death tho Masonic lodge loses one of its best members The deceased was born In Tonnes pee near Nashville fortyfive yean ago and had been a Methodist circuit rider for fifteen years He lint lived Bremen Mnhlenberg county after rlfromtrong member of the Mairnlo lodge under whose auspices he will buried Ile leaves a wife and live shlldren The funeral will behold tomorrow afternoon Interment at OakI GroveTO DELIVER ADDRESS REV O W 1EIWYMAN RE CHIVES AN INVITATION- TO ILLINOIS Rev O W Ferryman of the First Baptist church today received a telegram from the Crest Springs Ill lege Biking him to deliver the annual literary address on June 4 commence sent day He li going to deliver the address and fools highly honored In being listed by the school RECEIVER APPOINTED EACOABT PROPERTY liME TAKEN IN HIS NAME Mr David Mo O Meant of New York hu been appointed receiver for the Seacoast Mineral company by the federal court of the Southern district of New York and the property of the company which li nearly all located here has been taken possession of in his name DEATH IN GRAVES Mayfield May 2CMrs Lucy Orr aged 70 years died of tubercnloiU at her home near this place leaving four daughters and two toni Negligee Shirts form an important part In the make up of the Summer Man therefore more than ordinarytattention should be given to the study of ccrrectIshirt fashions We claim to be authority in this matter and are now prepared to show the imported and domestic fabrics in white neat figured effects and pin stripes cuffs attached orfdetached all sleeve lengths In Americas best makes Star Eclipse and Cluett If you are Just a little particular about your summer shirts we can please you The variety b twice Ihe size ofany past season The patterns are alex clusive and confined to us 1 andup to 3tI It 4 NC QQjt HOT AND COLD N 0 n ATJI Ji W SfAfThe season irhere and our teas lire here They were bought many weeks ago just at the time we could get our pick Cup quality was the sale consideration in this purchase which was by far tlsgargest contained higher grades than any shipment everltode any dealer in raducab We can please youTnndravc you money at auy price i P SSpeclal price tolarge buyerstDont target we roast collie everyday E W Bockmon Phone 259 The Grocer and Cor 7th and Court Coffee Router EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY rncoiroiMiD r Long distance llnoa and tolophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho pooplo of this groat section of tho country Wo solicit your patronage Rates roason ablo Equipment and facilities unsur passed tarn C CAIDWC- LLrmtdrat A Gat MMJ J Ntin116s n 1 t 0 I Coal Lime and Cement t Sewer Pipe 6 Wall C ping f H M CUNNINGHAM s Phone 960t 13th any d Clark ioegeseveessesse assess o some 004000000400 CITY TRANSFER CK CL VAN METER Manager ALL KINDS OF TRANSFER MOVING AND HEAVY HAULiNB MACHINERY A SPECIALTY OFFICE River front between Court and Washington streets 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