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L 0 mbt Jttbtttnb Utt+ YOLoX NO 154 PADUGAH KS MONDAY JUNE 29 1S03 10 CENTS PER WEEK nuu i FATAL M CRASH i4 rf Two Killctl nnd Many Hurt in jL Chicago 0 More Indictments to Uoino in the Poslolloo Case Butcher t Clicked to Death t OTHER LATU NEWS II Y IRE STREET OAR STRIKES TRAIN fIOblclo June 20 Crowded with yr bornebound passengers an Archer venue trolley car crashed Into a Bel i Line freight train at Archer avenue and Fortyseventh street early today s The dead Minnie Malstrom known ma- nInjuredJoseph Dolanry rfsbt shoulder crushed John OlealonI bruised i n Gordon bruised Miss Bessie Jordan dying J M Otscb brakeman bruised M McGregor back broken will diet B J Norken t t brakeman bruised P Kellley right leg broken shoulder and head bruised E D Zonlswoorthky conductor of street car thrown from car anIIOI verely bruised GIVEN SENTENCE New York June 29Robt A Am mon attorney for William F Miller of the notorious Franklyn syndicate was sentenced to prison for an lode terminate sentence today In New York for receiving stolen money from Mlllsr MORE INDICTMENTS COMING Washington June 29The district attorney announces that the grand = Jury will today bring in additional Indictments against Machen and Qrolt pro In the case against Machen receiving a bribe and In ClIO ot Oroff iN Pros for giving the bribe RILEY BROOK KILLED Versailles June 29 Rllcy who married Dora Clay Gen DrockI Clays cblMwlte was run killed by a train last night at Lon view where he and Mrs Brock recently moved HOIST BY HIS OWN PETARD New York June 29Thos Tbornb- a ye butcher was choked to death In a Brooklyn restaurant by a beefsteak furnished from lips own shop ECHO OF MOLLY MAGUIRES tPhllatelpbla June 20 Former Judge Cyrus L Ui tshlng who pre sided at the notorioni Molly Maguire died at Pottsvllle Pa today DIED IN ST LOUISI FORMER PADUCAH WOMAN EXI PIHE3 OTHER DEATHS OF LOCAL INTEREST News bas been received here of tboI death at St Louis of Mrs J T nolltformerly of the city The deceaied- I formerly lived here and Is a sister t Mrs J a Sanderson of Littles addl tlon The remains will probably be brought to the oily for burial Miss Mary Morgan a sister of tbo deceased received a telegram thin morning stating that Mrs Ross has died Sunday but nothing further The deceased leaves a mother Mrs Inii04 following sIstcrsMlss es Mary Morgan Josephine Henley Mrs Ruben Sanderson and ono broth t Mr Holes Morbanbj Mr J A Cope a well known and respected resident of Slade Ky died Saturday at his home in Marshall County from bowel trouble He was the flftt agent to receive an appoint =cut from tho old P T and A rail alfentrl h yesterday Mr John A Dark for 18 years t iroadmaster for the Illinois Central at I Birmingham Ala dletadayirtwo ago slid the remains were taken Ito fo Hw Haven KItor Interment He mil o brother of Mr R A Bark of nulncah who was notified of his death it Mn Annie Dnnkcnson aged 20 died frotl consumption at her homes 4 bear Sharpe MsrhaU county lg WORSE THAN EVER Democratic Chairmen Decline to Hear the Contest In Affidavits to Disqualify Them FEW and ThayAUJonrn the pjSOLUTION FARTHER TIIAK3VER Chairmen 0 W Morrison and George O Edwards of the UoCracken and Marshall county Democratic cons morntlag to decide on a date for the trial of the contest clUe brought by Attorney L It Taylor who contests Mr John Lovctts nomlnatlonto the Democratic attH torney Attorneys Taylor and Lovett were present and after the meeting walS called to order Attorney Taylor filed a motion for the removal of Chairman 1ba1 with fraud in the primary and Is leged to bo prejudiced In favor of Mr Lovett J Attorney Lovett then filed a motion for tbo removal of Chairman Morn son but later proposed to withdraw this motion If Attorney Taylor would withdraw his which was refused The pieetlog was thou adjourned from Mr Morrisons olllco to the ulty ball at 130 oclock this afternoon When the case was resumed this afternoon Attorney Taylor refused to withdrew his motion and affidavit seeking to swear Mr Edwards off altone of the judges to try the conlutI and the attorneys for Mr Lovett do dined to withdraw their affidavit seek rInlr to disqualify Mr Morrliou so both committeemen declined to act In the contest and adjourned If theI committee Is not to hear the contest It II not understood at present how the contest is going to be heard leaving tho affair In a much confuted entlI maddlcdconllitionIMr Lovett has the certificate of nomination which has tuned rorIsuant to a mandamus from clrcnlt court and unless some other way toI settle the contest It agreed on the nomination will have to toed Attorney Taylors attorneys aro At torneys Moss Yonts Flournoy and Harrison and Attorney Lovelts are Bloomfield Crlce and Reed d Berry Attorney L K Taylor stated this afternoon after the meeting that be bad made the other side a proposition to have two prominent attorneys of the city hear the contest and settle It and the proposition was rejected lie will now have to go nto the courts slid will file an Injunction suit against the secretary of state as soon as Mr Lovett files his certificate of nimlnn tlon seeking to enjoin the official from placing Mr Lovotts name on the ballot HELPING THE BOOMJnstlce j Sears the popular magistrate and merchant of Tyler has begun a brick store building that will bo a credit to I that portion of the city which if rap- Idly I building up Tyler Is just be I yond Mechanlesburg suit Squire Sears I Is oats of the mot enterprising clti I ions LICENSED TO MARRY T R RIley of the city aged 37 and Manila E Rham of Marshall county been licensed to wed It will make the second marriage of both THE MARKETS WBIU sloes tow hams 19II t illaptfir 99usust1kbSeDa frkl11lUecSTOCKS iratLr lost 51 Jail tiniiII r eel 11 r TWENTYFOUR MEXICANS KILLED IN A MINE BarratorraDUoahnala Mexico June Y9An explosion of gat occurred bore the Esparansas cool mines One hundred men were proposing to quit TRAIN OVERTURNS ON A BRIDGE IN SPAIN Madrid June 29A Bilbo train was overturned on a bridge ever Ne jarllla river and only six oat of 800 Injury Thirty passengersescaped fifty seriously MURDER RUNS RAMPANT IN BREATHITT Jackson Ky June 29 More kill lags era added to the already long list by a toad tight near Daisy Bell Urcathltt county Saturday night Hiram Barnett was killed and John Heckcr and Joseph Becker were seriously wounded The men with and Sllsa Barnett met at the borne of Miss Leila Burns niece of FISCAL COURT MEETS 100000 Bond Issue Authorized by ilngistrits A Committee Was Appointed to Nego fiats the Sale of Bonds Fiscal court met this morning and transacted but little business the principal object of the meeting being the authorization of a 1100000 tune The first business taken up bondI adoption of the order to call in 000 worth ol bonds and later the court authorized the issue of 100000 In1 bonds which with the 50000 150000IBarnettIand 6heehan were appointed a com mitten to advertise for bids and com plate the sale of bonds They will meet as soon as possible and advertise for bids and will hove the work cowJ 11willCourt was then adjourned until toIII morrow morning in order to allow finance committee to meet and audit the accounts against the r county CHARGES CRUELTY MAGGIE MELHANEY ASKBfOR1 A DIVORCE Ii Maggie McElbaney today filed suit against her husband George McElha ney asking fcr an absolute divorce alimolnYtreatment drunkenness and the alt1J Ing of bps estate without making any suitable provisions for her support It understood tho man iIs ono of the belligerents In police court tadalI work when a defective lamp caused the exploilor twentyfsoT being killed fully fifty Injured by falling debris by broken lees and other injuries if not fatally injured tbo river run ning rid with blood Tho train fell fifty feet and fortunately ills water was low and the result was not so dis astrous as It would otherwise have teen Buns Fitzpatrick who was the only juror against the conviction of Curtis Jett While discussing the course of Juror Fitzpatrick John M Uecki the friend of Miss Burns resented what waa said and all soon began shooting ThMO have been no arrests and no one can tell who fired the shots that took effect GOOD TIME PROMISED Retail Merchants to Celebrete Anniversary Wednesday Mr Frank L Scott Will Preside as tToastmaster at Meeting The Retail Merchants association will Wednesday evening at the IL of II hall celebrate their first annlvresa altairland j Opening address Greeting F L Scott Oil sioclatlon Its Alms and Cb Jecti part1 tank Our Social Reputation and Mutual Interest Charles Welllo Business Mens Relations to Good Governinent J Jgo R T Light foot There will bq Impromptu remarks s and Mr Frank L Scott will preside as toastmaster There will be refreshments served and a good tIne Is prom teed all who IDmTUS Nathan Wllj Born to Mr and Mrs Clinton Brooks Leigh at their home In Salt Lake City Utah a sea The bnbr i has been namodEdw rd Olllver Leigh A NEW TEA MOUSE IJ W Thomas of Louisville repre renting the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co Is in the city with a view of establishing a branch house of this concern The store will be located Bcroadway Dr H Uesslg went to Dayton 0 otIHEARTY HART THE TINMAN Sez if you want sumthin good you want tu git onto his ole time tin like yer Maws THE BESTES IS THE ICHEAPU Its As Solid as a Rock Its as solid as a rocK If it ever du rust or leaK in 3 years t bring it back and get summore GEO O HART SONS Co MISSION DEDICARED LugoCfowA Ont at Yesterdays Local Cliarch Services Little Done at Todays Ministerial Association Meeting Here NOTES OP CHURCH SERVICES Ohlldrcnsday exercises were held at MIzpah mission list night A Urge crowd was in attendance every seat la the boner being fld An at tractive program had been arranged and the little folks acquitted them selves with credit in songs and recita tions Mr Stuart D Hanna secre tary of the Y M C A gave an in strn3llv object talk to the children and Mr George B Hart founder of the Sunday school made a few marks The tent meeting which is being in Mechanlosbnrg under the auspices of the Tenth street Christian cbnrch Is growing in Interest Largo crowds attended the Sunday services Rev U K Berry pastor of the Tenth street church preached Sunday morn ing and Rev U A McDonald of Cadiz Sunday evening Mr McDonald occupied the pulpit at the Tenth street hatch Sunday morning The tent In Mecbanlcsbnrg was filled to overflowing last night many going away unable to obtain seats Sir MacDonaMs sermon ou What Think Ye of Christ was listened to with much Interest Preaching again tonight and each night through the week Song service begins at 718 led by Mr Shearer Everyone who can is invited to attend these services The Baptist mission on North Twelfth street was dedicated with ap propriate services Sunday afternoon Addresses were delivered by Rev A 8 Fettle of Mayfield Rev G W ferryman ot the First Baptist church find Rev W II Robinson of the Sec owl Baptist church Rev W 0 Cellars preached at the Rroalway Methodist church Sunday evening Ills pulpit at the Third street church was occupied by Rev H Johnston presiding elder ot the Padncab district of the Methodist church South No business of importance was transacted In the ministers weekly meeting In the study tt Rev G W Perryman ot the First Baptist church morning Rev tieorge 0 Ualhmsii preached his first sermons Sunfoy morning and evening since accepting the pastorate of the First Cumberland Presbyterian church There wore three additions to tho First Baptist church Sunday one to the Broadway Methodist and one to tho East Baptist church Rev A A Nlles a noted divine will preach tonight at the Mission 131 South Third street Rev A S Fettle of Mayfield preached at the First Baptist chnrch Sunday mornlnsg TELEPHONE CONTRACTS MISSOURI COURT HOLDS EX CLUSIVE ONES UNREA SONABLE Springfield Mo Juno 2UOon tracts which prohibit subscribers from using but a certain telephone son vice for one year have boon held un reasonable by the lower court In the CliO of C M Mlctbell and R E erett vs the Home Telephone compa ny of Springfield Ono of tho role lots signed an exclusive contract but afterwards decided that he did not want to give up the Bell telephone he was using The other did not sign an exclusive contract but decided be wanted both telephones The court awarded a preemptory writ of man damni compelling the company to furnish the complainants with tele phones regardless of whether they used any other telephone or not Mr John Clements returned from llajfield this morning IN TROUBLE AGAIN Will Moore Just Hack From the Pens Back ill Jail Ha Ii Charged With Breaking Into South Side Saloon Big Court Today ANOTHER JUDGE SWORN IK There was one of the largest dockets for many weeks on band this morning In police court and no judge to try It Acting Judge D A Crns went to Bmltbland on business Saturday afternoon and did not get back Jndg Sanders li still recuperating at Dow son and after waiting an hour or more Attorney Oscar Kahn was iworn In and continued most of the docket Will Moore a product of Mechan Icibnrg who bai not long been back from the pen is In more trouble He was arrested for arson a few years ago and sent tn the penitentiary It having been proved that be set fire to Squire Darnells store In Mechanletbnrg He returned only a short time ago and li alleged to have Saturday night broken Into the saloon at Third and Broad streets and stolen some money and other things His case is set for Hill colored is charged with with an officer A negro girl a stone through a cab of an I O engine on the Cairo extension and came near bitting Engineer Shop i pard who ran out and caught her When be attempted to bring her to the city and turn her over to the police Hill interfered and took her away The case was continued TbemalioloulcotllngcleaRlllnlt- Jobn Scott colored was continued t until Wednesday He cut Win Knight The malicious cutting case against Andrew Boyd colored was continued again He Is alleged to have cut a barber named Teailey who cannot be found Marion Lucas for obtaining money by false pretenses who stole a pair of opera glasses belonging to Mr J W Keller and sold them was granted a continuance until the 30th The caio against nestle Perry and Walton EYAPfOf stealing a watch was continued nntll Wednesday She breach of the peace case against Annie and Willie Cannon VM tinned until tomor wIAl Tjrnsend and Will Sivell were dismissed ana charge of failing to pay dog license A in0 against U P McElhlney and Marks Van w tara breach of the peace was continued until iomo Fitboth eyes being blacked The trouble x occurred In Mechsnlcsbnrg at McEI hinneys house where the other bad been boarding Saturday night and li alleged to have rgknlted from domestic troubles A chair was used on the in jared man O E Dunn connected with the medicine show was fined f5 and costs for asianltlng Ttoiray Dnnlap colored whom he claims failed to carry some goods he paid Urn to deliver Dnnlap claimed he deputized another negro to do itA case against M V Vaughen of Folsomdale Graves county for carry tug a pistol concealed was continued Andy Jerrymander was fined J5 and costs for committing a nuisance In an I O box car Lillie Oral colored was fined f and costs for being drunk and dis orderly Katie Mays alias Powell and Do ratio Wilson cnlored were fined IS and costs for disorderly conduct E D Carlisle a hot tamale man was fined 1 10 and costs for whipping ills wife RELEASED ON BOND Levi Trice colored charged with obtaining money by false pretenses wits released on bond this morning Mr Ed Eaker becoming his surety ExChief of Police James Collins wont to Dawson this morning an a pleasure visit He will n Io tj Ijulivlllo to visit z HYATT SEEM AGAINf Noted Train Robber Reported in Hiding Near Mmlisohrillo I Escaped from the Nashville Pen and- b a 5000 tlewarl IsOffercd for Him FUGITIVE HAS MANY FRIENDS Madlsanvllle Ky June 2Glt Is reported that Gas Hyatt the noted outlaw and train robber who In the put years has won so much notoriety in this section has been Peen by url ons persons In these pacts again It will be remembered that Hyatt by the use of explosives blew a hole In the prison wall of the state venl1l 7tertiary at Nashville last year and freed several convicts standing the guards off with two revolvers Hyatt has several friends tin this section but more enemies thin friends He is considered by the pro pie of this section to to equal to Harry Tracey He put up ono of the moat daring tights ever known In this section about four years ago In Union county when deputy sheriffs at that county andelx or seven other men attempted to take him into custody which tfght results In the death of the deputy sheriff and the retreat of the remainder of the posse and Hyatt went uninjured o whIt said that the holdup of the fast express between Guthrie Ky and Clarksville Tenn was one of th moat daring train robberies ever be fore perpetrated he singlefasnded tak- Ing eompleti control of the train fo 1several minutes until he availed him self of all the money and valuables on board the train This adventure led to his arrest There Is a standing reward for his arrest and it is said the express corn joules will give 5000 for him dead or alive or HOT WEATUEK WEAKNESS If you feel fagged out listless and lacking in energy you are perhaps suffering from the debilitating effects of summer weather These symptoms Indicate that a tonlo is needed that will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect regnlate the bowels and Impart natural activity to the er This Heroine will do ft is aI tonic laxative and restorative BIT Freegsrd Proprietor Grand View Hotel Cheney Kau writes I have used Herblne for the last 13 years and nothing on earth can beat It It was recommended to me by Dr Newton Newton Kan at Da Bois Kolb NAY ENTERI MR Q R DAVIS FRIENDS URGING HIM TO RUN FOR MAYORLTY- Mr G R Dvls former council man is the latest Democrat called to announce for the mayoralty nomi dnation He has not made up his miC what he will do he stated to are porter today but may enter the race He Is being urged by a large number of friends to announce and if be enters will add considerably to the torridity of the campaign a A SPLENDID YINeuralgic pains rheumatism lam bsgo and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of Ballard- Snow Liniment It penetrates to the nerves and bone and being absorbed In the blood Its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore agent Illinois Central railway Milan Tenn atates1 have used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in my family It is a splendid remedy We could not do without It 250 50o and II at DuBois Roth Co IILARGESTBuffalo N Y June 29E M Btotler of this city has announced that he would accept the concession offers to him by the officers of the St Louis exposition to build the largest hotel in the world inside the fair grounds The hotel will have a minimum Capacity of 8000 guests and will be onefifth of a mile long and more than i half as wide Crokera New Distinction Richard Croker possesses the best lot of whlpperete In this country dogs which may be regarded as the novelty in pets iJ cL L iiWOREBBfifflSATOHOEi Contractor of Government Ad dition Has Arrived Tomorrow Morning Work at the Building Win Begin andbo Pushed FEDERAL BUILDING 3IEW8 W IL Bailey of Henderson who has the contract for the addition to the government building Is In the city and announces that work on tho addition will begin tomorrow Mr Bailey li accompanied by Mr L E Reenact of Henderson who will npcrlntend the work Mr Bailey secured the contract ai already on nonnccd on the lowest bid which was 577W rile limit allowed for the completion of the building li Septera ber 4 1901 The contractor say c however that the work will be fin imbed before that time There Is much preliminary work to be done and ranch material to rccelre before the active building begins but ground will be broken this week ani work pushed to early completion The addition It will be remembered will make the custom hose twice its present size and make kite building the finest and most Imposing in this end of the state- n J S Taylor of Princeton died ape tition In bankruptcy this morning In the office of U S Clerk J it Par year Jill liabilities are Ell All PaducaheToo principal ones are Jake Bleder man Grocery Co 8580 John Nle GenrBernard 35 A Denker 3lFir l National bank 25 The banks claim II is secured bnt the others are UUNI cored There are no assets Sept of Postmen Fred Athlon will return from a weeks visit to Prince ton tomorrow The carriers are all welland on duty again RAILWAY CARflFN LOCAL ORGANIZATION TO IN STALL OFFICERS WEDNESDAY The Brotherhood of Railway Car men of America will install the fol lowing officers at their next regnlar meeting which will be Wednesday night July 1003 Chief carman J W Watts vice chief carman Wil liam Mercer past chief carman V O Berry recording secretary J B Prpbini financial secretary J J Qroghegon treasurer 0 N Mar quess sentinel William Smalley Thomas Wart guide Bob Sutherland warden Frank Adams chaplain trustees O Grate Q P Wallace HarlanJ Wallace Orlveance committee J W Watts Earl Johnston and John Williamson STILL UNCONSCIOUS MR WALTER LEDFOKD3 CON dDITION HAS NOT IMPROVED Mr Walter Ledford the collector for the Paducah Loan Co who fell or stepped from a car at Thirteenth and Broadway Friday night and struck on his Mad is still in a serious condition In his room over Bloomfield Crlces ofHc He has never been rational since the accident and It is not yetI known whether he fell or attempted to get off without stopping the carI conscioussbut his wild talk shows that he has not recovered his reason- CONSTIPATED BOWELS To havo good health the body hoaldI be kept In a lara ive condition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main street Wichita Kan rwrltes I have used Herblne to rcg ulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found It a reliable remedy Price 60C Sold by DuBois Kolb Co TENNESSEE VALID Nashville June 29The supreme court has held the Adams law pasted at the last session ot the legislature to be constitutional The law Is a tem perance measnreand provides for the abolition of saloons in all towns hav- Ing a population of 8000 or under upon a submission of tho question to popular vote There are only eight towns in the state that are exempt from Its operation MARRY IN MEMPHIS Miss Mnido Hradshaw and Jlr Frank Murray Wed Ceremony Performed This Morning at 11 oclock at Memphis Mln titers Home- ANNOUNCEMENT A SURPRISE An announcement which will prove a surprise Is that of the wedding of Miss Malde Bradihaw of this city and Mr Frank Murray of Pine Bluff rk which took ftaeo this morning at oclock In Memphis Miss Bradihaw left here at 350 oclock over the IO for Memphis accompanied by he r brother Mr Miller Bradibaw She was joined there by Mr Murray anti the marriage WM quietly solemnized at the home of a Memphis minister The bride wore a simple traveling dress Mitt Bradshaw told only her family and a few Intimate friends of her in mention to be married before tearing here She ostensibly started with her brother on one of his southern dram using trips and this announcement t will bo the first news of happy rent to many to whom It will be interest lag The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs E R Bradshaw and Is one of Paducah most charming young women She was born and reared In this city and her gracious aad winning personality has made her a general favorite while her many lovely traits of character have endeared her espe cially to those who know her best Mr Murray camo originally from Owensboro but resided In Padncah operatorIPine Bluff several months and now has a lucrative position as ma chintst operator on the Pine Bluff Graphic He is bright capable and herewThe couple will remain in Memphis until Tuesday morning and will then go to Pine Bluff where they will side ACTRESS STABBED AN ACCIDENT AT JIIIOAGU CREATES A SENSATION Chicago Jnne 29ln the climax of tne last act of the play now being given at Gllckmani theater Des plalnes near Madison street Mmo Lipzen the Jewish actress accidentally stabbed another actress Miss R Morgenbesser A knife which the leading woman wields In the play should have been turned aside by Miss Morgenbesser but she failed to grasp It and It entered her right shoulder inflicting a serious wound The cur tain was rung down before the audi ence was aware of the accident CADET APPOINTED FULTON BOY NAMED BY CON GRESSMAN JAMES FOR ANNAPOLIS Mr Guy Freeman of Fnlton has been appointed by Congressman Ollle M James of Marion a cadet at the Annapolis naval academy and leaves In a few days for Washington to enter a preparatory schorl lie Is a bright and popnllar young man and his friends think will pats tho examina tion easily TAX ON BABIES Extreme hjt weather Is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge the chlhns tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the diges tion of their food so that they soon become strong healthy and active 25o at DuBois Kolb ANTIMARRIAGE CLUB Danville Ky June 20 Fifteen young women In and around Perry vlllo have organized snanti marriage club Members of the club declare eternal celibacy and the bylaws provide that any young woman guilty of receiving a beau shall be forthwith expelled and blacklisted by the club CASiORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the- 81guaturn of CONSUMING POWER Of the United States Increases 5 Rapidly Imports and Exports Show a Phenom enal Growth in Late Years 19 AN EXCELLENT SHOWING T growth In the consuming power of the United States in this period o business activity Is Illustrated by figures of the treasury bureau of sta tlstlcs showing the importations and exportations by great groups during the eleven mouths ending with May These figures show that while the exportation of manufactures has increased only two million dollars as compared with the corresponding months of last year the Importation of manufacturers materials has In crewed 66 million dollars as compared with the same mouths of 1901 and 181 millions as compared with the corresponding months of 1001 As It can scarcely be presumed that the manufacturers of the country are Im porting in excess of their present or immediately prospective requirements it would seem that the Increase in manufactures which this growing Ira portatloa of materials Indicates iIs being Consumed at homo slues ex portatioos of manufactures for the year show no material Increase A rapid increase In the Importation of manufacturers materials has been the striking characteristic of the fiscal year about to end For the eleven months the total value of mannfao tnrers materials Imported amounted to 1451081183 against IS81775764 for the same months of last year 19524957 for the corresponding months of 1901 and 363455072 for the same months of 1000 HOW WOMEN CARRY MONEY Women have a constant fear of being robbed of their money and as a conse quence exercise their Ingenuity In dis covering places in which they can con ceal It about their person In places where a thief would never think of looking for It The most common place for a woman to carry greenbacks Is In her stockings Since the day when Eves daughters began to wear this article of dress it has been a favcrlte safe posit vault It is safe to say that three out of every ten shoppers In a department store will have a little roll of money looked away In her stocking and when she decides to make a large purchase she will seek a secluded spot sod dive down for the money Whn a woman is calling she usually carries a little change la her card cite especially if she is obliged to ride on the street cars If she Is traveling she wears a tiny chamois skin bag about her neck for the pur pose of safeguarding her money and jewels The glove Is a favorite place for carrying money especially on Sun day when the hands are busy taking care of a prayer book and the train of a SundaygotOineeting gown The little space between the glove and the palm of the hind holds just enough for the offering and ear fare The schoolgirl carries her change wrapped up In the corner of her handkerchief There It remains until noontime or recess when she unties the knot and buys her lunch candy chewing gum or a llead pencil Now that the sleeves resemble noth ing so much as a good slzod satchel they are used for carrying money tied up In handkerchiefs The fallfront shirtwaist Is a convenient hiding place for money and other feminine belongings A petticoat pocket often Is used by women for their valuables They know this pocket Is an Impossible tllng to find and would as soon think of having the garment made without a band as without a pocket Many girls wear little finger purses and tiny silver bags suspenled from chains to carry their change A bracelet purse of leather or silver Is worn by the fad loying maiden but no one would ever suspect that there was money In It Perhaps the girl who carries her car fare in her mouth is the least common of all but she exists GRAVES COUNTY LED Frankfort June 89 Kentuckys tobacco crop for 1903 was 190716386 pounds grown on 334701 acres Graves county led In production with Darless county next The Innocent 4 il Suffer With The Guilty111r The world today Is lull of Innocent sufferers from that most loathsome disease Contagious Blood Poison People know In a general way that Ilia a bad disease but II nil Its horrors could be brought before them llier would shun it as they do the Leprosy Not only the person who contracts ft suffers but the awful taint is transmitted to children and the fearful sore and eruptions weak eyes Catarrh and other evidences of poisoned blood show these little innocents are suffering the awful consequences of some maybeperson afflicted with this miserable disease There Is danger even In dunk Ing from the same vessel or eating out of the same tableware as many pars and innocent men and women have found to their sorrow The virus of Contagious Blood Poison is so thatftbeafirst Ittlesore appears the whole everydroptainted with the poison and the Skin Is soon covered with a red rash ulcers break out In the mouth and throat swellings appear In the groins the hair and eyebrows fall out bud unless the ravages of the disease lire checked at this stage more t violent and dangerous symptoms appear In the form of deep and offensive Sores copper colored splotches terrible pains in bones and muscles and general breaking down of the system remedyIcomplete cure the disease Mercury and Potash hold it in cheek so long ns the system is Under their Influence but when the medicine is left oft the poison breaks ont pronproIcures Blood Poison In all stages and even reaches down to hereditary taints 6ts IiiRESPECTER fllaCSl can be taken without any injurious effects to health and an ex nearly fifty years proves beyond doubt that It cures Contagious completely and permanent Write for our Home which describes fully the different stages and symptoms of the erlenCeOIII THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO A FORTIES i Oxford ties are an atl dole for warm weather Cool fut are as essential as cool heads inthe summer lime thats goof in song- To t gcj good Oxcrds got no further than here ALL PRIC- ESLENDLEK t cS LYDON The People Who Save You Money t n Every Purchase t A Fourth of July Display Is utterly incomplete without the use ofrelectric lights colored llamps globes etc II you contemplate giving a gar den or house party 4th of July night of simply want to celebrate let ns take charge of lour electrical arrangements but please order early Foreman Bros Novelty Co Peoples Independent Phone 757 Incorporated I2M24 Broadway A Feeling of Uneasiness always accompanies the wearing of acollar cuff or shirt done up at a second rate laun dry and sent home with saw edges broken button holes or with streaks of blueing or stains left on the linen When the Star Launders your linen it is the perfection of the artisans hand In laundry worn In both color and finish and our patrons are al ways proud ol it Our work is our bolt advertisement Star LaundryBoth Monti ico fro N 4th St ft THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE f J Where Is the SlllIhesllnulhtcrt- CONVICTS TORTURED GOVERNOR 0V OEOROIA DERS AN INVESTIGATION Atlanta On June Z9 Governor Terrell has crdered an Investigation or the mslderaeanor convict Damps of Georgia because of the evidence pre stated to him that these camps are hotbeds of brutality Tho canip to be tint Investigated Is that of liroaoh Ilroi In Oglothorpe county Tbo governor In his order charges that Il legal acts are committed there eluding cruel and Inhuman Inl lnfltctlonof punishment unanthrol oy law and failure to provide proper toad clothing tobacco and sleeping quarters at required by law It li alleged tthat the convicts have almost been cut to piece by whips and that + they are huddled together at night like brutes Edward MoCrce a memo ber ot the horse runs a convict camp t and he has been charge by a grand Jury withholding Olin In servitude n TO FIGHT UNIONS EMPLOYERS TO ASK REPEAL OF ALL LAWS FAVORING UNIONS Kansas City Mo June 29Tb Employers association with 8000 members Including most of the boa t ness men of Kansas City has started a movement to repeal all city laws that discriminate In any way between Ion and Independent labor There Ire several city ordinances that favor the i tiproduct of onion labor Ono of thee ordinances that favors the product of union labor to the exclusion of Inde penitent labor One of these ordi moors Is that which forbids tbo men fug of printing contracts to any but strictly unionized shops This ordii nance the Employers association will work to have repealed It Is opposed also to the citys eight hour law and to the ordlnnnies requiring an applicant for an engineers license to be ei emitted by a board composed of union men ACCEPTS GOOD BERTH t JUDGE MARKER RETIRES AFTER 25 YEARS OF SERVICE Judge Oliver A Harker ot Carbon dale who haa just retired from the II Hunts circuit bench after a continu oat service of 25 years and has many friends In Paducah especially among the lawyer has accepted the post tion of dean of the College of Law of the University of Illinois at Chain galena Judge IIarker Is one ot the t t t known jurists of tho state bavlna served on the appellate bench twelve of tits as years of his judgeship lie was president of the state Bar associ atlon In 1895 and 1896 He is 57 years old and graduate of iloKcndrco college FAMILY REUNION r MR R J HILL CELEBRATES HIS 70TH ANNIVERSARY Mr RJ Hill cno of the bet known residents of near Sharpe Marshall county yesterday celebrated tho 70th anniversary of his birth and a family reunion was held by the six children sixteen grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren on the homo placer Mr Hill It hale and hearty g and bids fair to enjoy many more such occasions He Is an undo of Mr SaioHlll ftlo San who with GOOD POINTERS LOUISVILLE HEALTH OFFICER TELLS OF BAD PRACTICES Health Officer Allen of Louisville In discussing the Ills that flesh is heir tc gives a few valuable pointers which may prove of equal benefit in Paducah He says One practice In this as well other cities which If It could be eff actually remedied would result in great good to the general health ot the city The records of this office show that an unusually large number o bd colds are troubling many people In the city Looking about for an explanation of this condition I can discover no solution except that peo pie use too little discretion m riding on the street oars Streetcar riding while In the main a benefit atlll haa its serious drawbacks Vonng women with their shoulders scarcely clad In thin laue goods ride In the open car which go at a speed u If shot from a gun Swift breezes blow through the carat the rate of a hurricane and the next morning these young women wake up and tell their mammas that they have caught a bad cold and can not ao count for It This is dangerous practice in linked In every night with entirely too little concern and too much fro quency Mother should warn their daughters against this and fewer colds would result DIG ANNIVERSARIES GETTYSBURG FOUGHT OVBR FROMtWEDNESDAY A few days hence will come the fortieth anniversary of the decisive battles of the Civil war On July 2 and 3 1863 was fought the battle of Gettysburg In which Lee was defeated by Meade On July 4 1803 Pembetron surrendered Vicksburg to Grant A tablet on the battlefield at Gettysburg marks tho spot at which the high tide of the rebellion was reached There bad been some raid Into the free states but Gettysburg which is In Pennsylvania close to Its southern border was the only Instance of an Invasion of the north in any for mldable force When Lee was beaten In that demonstration the fortunes of tho confederacy began to wane A LARGE CROWD CITY OF ST LOUIS CARRIED DIG PARTY TO CAIRO Tho City of St Louis took about 600 people to Cairo yesterday mornin to witness the doubleheader ball game between Paducah and Cairo The boat reached there at 3 m and arrived hero at the wfiarf at 9 a m There was very little disorder aboard the boat Bob Hays of the city drew a gun on Mr One Rogers and was put off tho boat at Caledonia In the dark and will probably arrive home some time today The ft Louis went to Eransrllle early this morning to run two excursions out of there this week EXPECTS TAX RATE Sheriff Lee Potter expects notice from Frank fort today relative to the county tax rate County taxes hon been due since tho lot of March bnt as the state board of equalization has not notified the sheriff of the ratio or re NEWS OF THE RIVERS The Penguin Is at Cairo The Victor is due from Tennessee Woodruff Is at work in the upper Savannah la due to 6tLouls to morrow The Charleston is due from Tennessee river The Clyde Is due tonight from Ten nesseo river Tho Thomas Parker Is due from Tennessee river TboMemphl Is due to Tennessee river Wednesday Tho Buttorff is due from Cumber land river today The Margaret will arrive from Ten nessee river today The Avalon passed up to Cincinnati last night with a good trip The Pearce will up lay for few days after today trip for slight repairs The Dick Fonler left on time this morning for Oalro with a good trip The Wilford arrived Saturday from Cumberland river with a tow of Iron oreThe Joe Fowler left on time this morning for Evansvllle with a good tripTbo Lola Warren is laying up for boiler repairs and will go out tomor AserowThe City of St Louis which ran an excursion to Cairo yesterday went to Evansville last night John L Vance president of the Ohio River Improvement association Is holding a series of meetings atI arousfing Interest in tne associations work The Marino ways in operation this mornlngall carpenters and caulk ers having been let to work today This end a seven weeks strike an the carpenters are satisfied w th the term The dry docks company will grant their term as soon as work secured and the men care to return to Ed J Howard is building an other boat for the Carter brothers of New Orleans She is to bea duplicate of the II M Carter except that she will bo a trlflo larger her length to be 170 feet width 30 and depth feet Her machinery It to be similar to the Carter and her boilers are tto be duplicates She wll run between New Orleans and all point on the Red river when completed Possibly the largest amount of cash ever carried by a steamer in the days rt the old LouisvilleNew Orleans line was aboard the Robert J Ward in 1858 when the empire of Brazil as it WM then was shipping 11000 000 to Philadelphia For some reAsofl the money had been conveyed to New Orleans and from there It came to Portland on the Ward then it wits drayed from Portland to the steamer Telegraph No 3 and sent to Cincinnati 0 where it was transferred to a Pittsbnrg packet thence on It went its destination There was a guard of eight men accompanying the treasure and the transaction proved quite a profitable one for the Robert J Ward During this memorable journey tram New Orleans to Louisville there were 112 floating coal boat men returnin from a trip south and there was con stint fear on board that some of these while Intoxicated would attempt raid on the boxes containing all this cash but no demonstration material ized and nothing unusual occurred to tho cash during its entire journey WEATHER BULLETIN Washington D U June 29Last bulletin gave forecasts of disturbance to cross continent June 30 to July wavegJuly 3 to 6 Next disturbance will reach Pacific coast about Jnly 5 cross west of Rock lea brlclose of 6 gram t central valleys to 9 eastern states 10 Warm wave will cross west of Rock tea about July 5 great central valleys 7 eastern states Cool wave will cross west of Rookie about July great central valleys 10 western states 12 This dlsnrbance will follow a great fall In temperature and weather ex treme may not bo expected during Its passage Rains will have fallen dur Ing early part of the month but only showers are expected a this storm wave crosser the continent The most radical extreme of the month are ex petted with the next disturbance ex trained of heat in tho south and west LATE NEWS BY WIRE J Serious riots are reported from Croatia In a clash between peasants and gendarmes at Knloveo several per eons were killed Emperor William and Prince Henry of Prussia took breakfast Saturday with Admiral Cotton on board the ship Kmraargo at KleL A meeting of the Democratic state executive committee will be held at Frankfort on Friday July 3 for tho purpose of paying the expenses In carved in the tate primary of May 9I Prtildent Rcosovelt upon his rival at Oyster Bay was welcomed enthusiastically and unveiled a Civil war trophy gun presented to tho town by the navy department and made an addressA body which recognized aa that of James P Mo Cann a St Louis horseman was found near Bonflls Mo McCann disap peared on June 18 A man known ai Lord Uarrlogton It beIng held pending investigation Harvey Logan the notorious bank robber made a sensational escape from the Knoxville Tcnn jail lie lassoed a Jail guard with a wire and then tied him to the case Securing a revolver he marched tho jailer to the stable and compelled him to saddle a horse escaping to the mountains PAYING FOR HIS FUN Youthful Philosopher Hid Received Value for His Whipping That boy ol mine la a philosopher tnrroa no doubt about It said Jimmies father as the boy badetha circle about the open fireplace good night and went off to bed You know ha played truant yester day spent the whole day out In Pros poet Park stating and playing hockey u well aa hockey So tonight after his delinquency bad been explained to mo by his mother here who said Punish him Tombut not too hard will you dearrI took Matter Jim up goodIHe stood It like a Spartan though I assure you that I did not spare the rod A few minutes later I taw him join his brothers who had been walt ling around the corner and I heard one say jeeringly- Hello Jlml Got licked didnt your Yep replied Muter Jim but with a shrug of his shoulders whats throe minutes licking to a whole days Loaf 4CAUTIONI This Is not a gentle word bnt when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medglne In the world since 18C8 for the cure and treatment of consumption and throe and lung troubles without losing Itt great popularity all these years you will to thankful we called your atten tion to Boicheei German syrup There faro so manj ordinary cough remedies made by drngglttt and oth ers that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe coughs bronchitis croup and especially for consumption where there Is difficult expectoration and coughing during the- o nights and mornings there It nothing like German Syrup The 25 cents ilze has just been introduced this year Regular size 7E cents At Pit drug gists DnBoli Eblb Co MentalStrain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties ol the sickroom Read the following have always been heahhv with Ihn myalelast illness some years ago I assisted la nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain think caused ray trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble cum menced with tore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses weakened me very my stomach for i time seemed Inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach hadlittlebed a greater part of the time Within a week alter the time I began Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and TonicS was up about the house continued their until completely cured My faith In DrI Miles Remedies has been strengthened by oludaugbterbayIngresults In a case of paralysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntMaln tills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use I know ol a number of others om yourmedicine has helped Ilarge ceere I wish you continued success Mat FIANCU CorniAN Dayton Vs bottI ALL IFREEI KENTUCKY WORLDS BUILDING fix children and pnbllc arearrally invited to vote to popularInrecta each ten cast at one time All money over and above trip espemeaofteach era to go Into erection of the Kentucky Iiulldinit it the Ki position Every voter thus Len the satisfaction of owing a worthy cause sad Important object have been dried at the male time a favorite teacher has received rerojrnllton Contest con der of Educational Exhibiti mlttee of Kentucky Exhibit r Association Ihe organisation formed to rail Kentucky Buildlnr and full prductFair the Legislature having appropriation state whet her teacher pub lie or private achoma or olltutoalpotlaalorcatbollcHabtbtl Committee alone excepted Names of all school children voting to be enrolled In the Kentucky Building at Ihe po alllon have an educational exhibit occupying square feet ol space In the Palace of Education The Exposition to be the erealeat International event In the worlds hla lop The Ira teachers chosen will be lucky Indeed in being tendered this trip to the Pair Every county elects its own most popnlaredncator The count outside of erTeraonnatlntheIarireat number of votes will be allowed to tend two tacbersthe most popular and the second most popular IUIIOT At ten child In the State will he able to cast t least one vote for bU or her ori latthe voting will not be confined to school children HIT The purpose of the sIton belug rosiest the most popularchool leacher In ounty sueeousideredb1 the publk maybe arranged welland each giving ten Hula be credited cooll with hiscipher perWnpdeffires to ast ten votes U may be done by writing blaor her same on oneo ting one dollar It not required that the dame ol the person voting be given at all All of the spans for r names may to In blnt the Auocllo wants however to nroilia the Kentucky iaq at 6tIoalo nest year the name or every child who esot one or more votes to the conttau Pupils are asked therefore to sign their name plainly to the batters iLL WILL bthe oclatlon This will Include railroad transportation from 1001011110 St Iouls Sad return board at one ol the beat hotels tn the city for aU data and admlaaion to the ezpoaitlon grounds for ala days InS HIDE IT FBOn rOTfLAH TEtrnERS lo make the trIp more profitable and more enjoyable Each of these parties will Oultor forty leachera This would make a total ol teachers but aa there are only lit Kentucky the J lion has derided to allow two teacherstbe most popular ma most popularto go from that OualdrctlOncptodwhl h casts the greatest number of votes n the contest ILL TElCHEBg STUD In this contest The teacher twenty pupils may receive the teacher with eve or six times aa many enrolled In his other school becauserhI ohZ confined to children The public will be an important factor Votes may be cast fanny penon who taught school during or la teething now This gives the teacher ol a months school In November or December the opportunity to be voted for during the vacation period srsmn JUT There no limit The moreldoi larssent in for anr one teacher the more votes lie er she will be credited with TRN TWO CasT TWltNTY FIVE THIRTY onHJ JiWilAI 1h1gilscFIFTY TEN HUNDRED ONE All of the money received in this contest over fhOtt used Itrf of the Ire moot popular teachers of the State on Worlds will go for the erneftlon are Kentucky Ilulldlng at the exposition ao every voter In this contest may have the tional aatllfaction of knowing that he has sided worthy cnuae 4 op ntconnTLT in each county to show his or her friends how the race la bring run Begin your favorite teacher The volea will be counted under the supervision of the Educational Exhibit Cornmlllee of the Association he peraonnel of this committee la as follows Frpf IL Brownell loutslvllle Chairman Prof II V McCheiney Frankfort IW P Ilalleck Lonlivllle Prof IL Bartholomew LoulIII Pror P Paul Anderson Lullrloa Dr Chase Palmer Danville Pre Ident William Uinwlddie Itckion Dr Frost Dr Hantoon Loulavllle I Dr B Uullina Ceor Superintendent Caaaldy Lea redington endsteSggeYY Cl Crabbe Aihland Prof Ucllenry Rhoada Owenabora Prof T Alter TRllevuei rrof C Cherry Bowling Green Prof Enoa Spencer Louisville rattle S hill Lonlaville Mrs Emil Bracken Ix niivill andHra i Tucker louisville Members or the Eduatiooal Committee are not eligible to election this contest nCSEXBER ETinT lie Competition between counties only applies to the race for the lath trip county outside of Jefferson caatlng the largest total number of wren being granted the of seeding two teacher The malt will be announced In every peer In the slat and In addition to this a congrati latory meaaage will go to the teacher elected In each county Later the dctalla of the trip will he arranged each r eko flIt of aelectlag Ike mootboaJAugust In which he or she trip CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH cast TEN votes for CIWof as the most popular teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED ontoeaewewrr awwow5 a l Oc 1Oc toe Tea loc 100 100 lOo i Voters are not required lo algn lriIthe Aaaodatlon wanta all school children 6tlnrl8 ot9 ill will enroll them In Building Voters hive the option of sending ballots direct to the Secretary of the Association or to the gaper from which clipped Additions ballots maybe obtained by gelling extra copies of this pope Remittances may be made by certie check registered letter cent postage express or festal la =y order or In currency at senders risk Address all comm to lluwitun SecretaryrLouisville Oaw doe thla strike you n- rVACATION 4 Days Lake Trip 13 Ckleam to Eaeanabo Mleb and Betnrn 7 Days Lake Trip 25CkIaaal xtaekloe 101tetraMEALS AND BERTH INCLUDED lks275refern iWrilassoalB GJuRH QNE 5TA Ml Y IIc J MILLER Sc HANNAN 632 NORTH SIXTH STREET j Roofing Cornice and Slating 11iO Kinds of Repair Work Promptly Attended To Phone 740 k r I1cabucu1j Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY OY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED tune It P Mldod Editor J PAiraK General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES standstills postofflM atPkdanb- KT II second dm matter THE DAILY ny cutler per week tUjper month lnl 4 nce mall per year In advance THE WEEKLY SUN rear lit null postage paid Address TUB SUN Paduosh Kj Third TILIFBOK No Chicago once I 8 Oibornt la charge loot i Tribune Building THE SUN CAR BS FOUND AT TBX FOUOWIHO rtiau L D Clements It Co Van Ptdln Bros Palmer House JUNE 29 1903 ttMONDAY WEATHER I tonight and Toes day ARE WE BECOMING iNDIANS t Many opinions of America and Amer loans are daily found in the great jnoruals of Europe showing our grow log importance In the world of financed letters and art Some of the Ideas pressedIr are very amusing while others k are ridiculous In a recent issue of London Truth a writer claims that it li America that li making history and It ii admitted that the independ ence of the individual the wealth of the country the enterprise and energy of Americans and the fastgrowing power of tbe United States are having an enormous influence on the present situation It the Americans are like IIIitworld are alltloj Ill is pots the character or clllre butpolitical coo iHtloni which give them those advan d ktsges they argue These people seem to have realized the facts without being able to divine e terthe causes another London paper a preacher U1worked op over the Delaware lynch h1lag takes wiry bpitoelte view stead y of seeing history makers and it ponents of progress In Americans he finds that we are becoming Indians N BelHe declares there has been a change in our character suggestive of strange developments the future andcon dudes youog1IIenMare steadily approaching a 1of boDeJJ cheeks and long active limbs recalls dians of the put These ware InMsavages were notorious for motif cruelty and we cannot but accept tbe anal inference Again Is not It possible porithat tbe climate of the United States He if shouldultimately cause a change In of frits inhabitants If that country has wmooce produced a rico like the Indian of thwith strongly marked charapterlitlci it may lie that In the course of time Its sew inhabitant willjb similarly i No affected For the civilization of the bsgoworld such an spent would be a serf Penal one danger most unpleasant to con Snow template nerve The English clergyman was prob In the ably never in America judging from i Ibis 0mewhatladherimloauftDartla- Od ei and It is probable It the distinguished D f gentleman should come over he would rallwa find anything but evidence ta return usedto prehistoric times and types It is rheum true some of the young men of thh- rllallylteOeratioD resemble Indians and even couldworse but the race as a whole li going aodlooward aruf upward LARDad sidewalks tel 1eausepcjt damagesBthemStotlerThe public is entitled to goad pave i he wool e haTtothem The city hoaYllle has appealiiThe h 5gsoo damage wbeoauw her htiba id capacity ell through a hole Tn t1ii sidewalk oneHfth oa died from the jiyftrW Some JlIUbiDgboaldb dfine to repair bad daces In the sidewalks of Paducah Richar C hero is one place In thdiriihv broad- Slot of wb ay pavements between Fourth and which m if th streets that has been a menace Jn petithe passing public for over A Tear nothingjias ever Jjeen done to rp t IrIt1U c7 he German weWI asdtf with rI press Is especially Impressed with the cordiality manifested on the kaisers visit to tbe Eeariarge at Kiel last Saturday Every nation will always find the United States friendly at oil time oven if officloos occasionally With Kentackys lawlessness BreathItt county Delawares shame In burning a negro at the state Arkan torture of convicts and Missouri boodllng there li convincing evidence that the mlllcnlum Is not yet here and that the missionaries can keep busy for some time yet to come 00The intention of the Russian gov ernment to Ignore the petition of cer tain citizens of the United States in regard to the recent Jewish massacre will likely not cause trouble accord to reports In fact there will be linggrounds for the slightest ill feel log u Its dollars to doughnuts that the young women of Danville who hase formed en antimarriage club did not have to go to the trouble Jim Howard and Governor Beck ham have expressed their opinion one another and it appears to be about an even brea- kTHEY ARE NOT AFRAID m Jackson Officials Say They Do Not Fear Assassination General Murray Taking Drastic Stet to Wine Out Lawlessness Breatbltt 3 Jackson Ky June 29Clly Judge T J Cardwell and Judge John E Patrick were summoned before Adju tant General D R Murray and questioned regarding the reports in circulation that they feared assassination and did not leave their offices Both men denied that they were apprehensive of danger and declared there was no foundation for the re ports General Murray assured them that if they felt uneasy regarding their safety he wculd furnish them with a guard for their protection Both men signed statements to the effect that they felt safe and that there was m reason for furnishing them Trftb military guard General Murray Issued orders to W O Longmiro the provost marshal to report all arrests to Police Judge Cardwell and to execute any process issued snl placed in his hands by the police judge The order is written and posted at the jail courthouse and In 2 says that absolute safety to life must be maintained in Jackson and If thereJIs any violation of rights to persons or property in the town of Jackson or county of Brcathltt ex treme authority of the commanding officer will be exercised General Murray intends getting at the bottom of the trouble and doing away with the Intimidation which has so long exalted here General Murray order ed one Uotchklss gun to the court house square and gave Captain Long mire orders to fire Into any building from which shots are fired There Is no town marshal and the police judge can not summon witnesses or jurors ONE TO ATTEND ZION W REED WILL ATTEND THE DAR ASS CIATION MEETING Attorney W M Reed is the only Paducah attorney who has definitely decidebTtoattend the meeting of the StateBir association at Owensboro beginning Thursday It is possible bowever that others may go as there is little doing In court circles just now COLT ATTACHED LtlofaAL t INSTITUTION SUES MR CLIFF BURNETT The Globe Bank and Trust Go has JIMa suit against Mr Cliff Barnett attaching his Edwin Arnold colt on an nljejjed claim of 8250 Too colt la a valuable one and was attached Peter flay suing Mr Charles Itawliugs has gone to Hamburg Ark where he will sellout his business and remove to this city to reside He last week married Miss Ella Rappof Trlmbls street tHII MtH II II M Minerl Waters p Domestic and Jmrjortrd q J t always in stocE NEW pia 06 WeMATTERS UoysAuxIHnry to Uniform Hank Itobe Organized AlrT W Uelsey Gets Another Good Appointment Trw Woodmen of the World who have about completed the organize Stan rf a uniform rank here will or ganize Tuesday afternoon a boys auxiliary which Is to include the sons of Woodmen between the Woof 12 and 17 and will be an auxiliary uni form rank or probably a drum and trumpet corps to accompany the uni form rank A meeting will be held by the Woodmen of Jersey camp Thursday night next to complete the uniform rank organization The captain has been selected and is Mr E W Johnston The other officers will probably be selected at tha called meeting Thursday A great deal of enthusiasm Is being displayed In tho new teat anti its membership will reach the limit Mr J W Helscy of the city who is deputy organizer today received his appointment as deputy supreme guardian for tbe state an honor of which he may well feel proud Mr Helsey Is doing a good work for the Woodmen and Saturday week goes to Qrahamvillo to Install a new camp It was tohavo been Installed the com ing Saturday but being Fourth of July it was decided to postpncq it until tbe following week A large crowd witnessed the base ball game yesterday afternoon between Olive and Jersey camps W O W at the league park Olive camp won by a score of 13 to 8 It is alleged because of an expert corps of rooters Tbe game was very enjoyable and the line up was as follows Olive camp Virgil Wilson pitcher Ed Hart catcher Geo Bondnrant first bale N G Yoder second base A L Patmore third base Geo Sweater short stop Frank Roark left Geld John Lenbard center field John Hoff man right field pitcherErnest way first base Marion Riley second duo Fred Perry third base Wm Probst short stop II II Doyle left field Chas Dunlnp center field Oscar Miller right Held or HOUSE AND LOT roll SALE Here Is an unusually good bargain Must be sold quick Five room house No 1730 Harrison street one half square from Fountain avenue lot BOilOfi feet good dads stable ore This house Is nearly new dad must be laid within days Price 1004 S A HILL n Master 0 letter Korth left for Ev JoeIowjlor WITH THE SICK r Attorney George Wi Oliver who his been sick is able to be out Capt J M Ezell Is Improving again his many friends will be pleased to learn Prof John Dean is ablo to be out again after a severe illncsi from rheumatism Mrs Belle Kroger who has been at her home 235 North Sixth street Is ImprovingMr Itltobcy Is very at his home 33S North Sixth street from dysentery Ills condition is regarded a eIlOOI- Subiorlbx for The non FARM FOR SALE Do loa want one of the best farms MoCrackon county Here It ii 65 40 In cultivation six acres In timber 5 room bound ono year old good stock barn and plenty of stock water This farm Is located on the Mayfield and Metropolis rood seven miles from Paducah free rural tellv pry and convenient to school house Terms f13 per acre onehalf cash balance In one and two years A HILL i Yardmaster It a Harriot of thetlocal I 0 Is able to be on duty againtt and Is at work today Ills many friends will be pleased to learn of his recovery rJQ The National Smoke 5 Cent Cigar The smoke thats loved from one end of the country to the other t The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the Worldt i t The Band Is the Smoheeee Pro ecflon- + + V Ir + ITO 7COI1t7COI1t t I THIS WEEK t u 9 rCJii sLS3 30 dozen pairs lace io c real value 351 this sale at 15c 410 dozen pairs childrens hose seal value 25C this sale isc e 25 dozen pairs ladles gauze hose lisle finish this tale at 750 s a25 dozen pairs ladicss gauze hose real title this sale at 410 t 6inch Taffeta ribbon all colors and black for sashes only jx I J I Ciuch liberty satin ribbon all colors and blk for sashes oulyjoc Sanitas hose supporters to wear with or without your corset this 4- s sale 22C and 39C r J + Big lot gauze fans from 5cc to 3 oo Ic Big lot of paper fans from 30 to 750 ctu1 Big lot of ladies pure linen hemstitched handkerchiefs onlsclJJUO Big lot of colored bordered handkerchiefs for Icimouas j fo 2ft I II MM a tad Big lot of mill ends in white goods only roca e 44Inch colored embroidery Swisses worth 125 per yard only 7Sc All our i oo black Grenadines sale at 89C t 1 t One piece black aud white Foulard worth 75C In this sale at 491IA small lot of Foulaids to close in this sale at 29C One piece of cream cotton Etamine for pretty airy drtsses only 2oc r Two pieces cream and black uncy Mohair wth 500 this sale 390 do J i One piece white embroidered linen 36inch worth Jizj now QSd 3W One piece wash silk worth soc now 2yc Odcis and ends ofj wash silk worth 25c now 150 w e 8175rI t oola ill not extra fid61ladies silk vests worth 75c now Soc r ScII ZS 1H IOne llot of ladies gauz pants i jc littler ones at 25e and5ob I 4 E GUTHRIEI I = 3T5 BROADWAY 1 rIIIJI L I ILOJfL LINES t FOR DR PENDLEY ring 416 FOR OR WINSTON phone 298 WUITTKMORE Real estate free price list 610 Broadway phone 258 Mr Wm Gary aged y6 AM of ooniamptlon at Goebel avonne bnrlal at Oak Grove JUST REOEIEVD a new lot of the latest Edison phonograph recotili at R D Clements 00 phone 1081 Independent IF YOU are going away this sura mer dont fall to have The San seat to your address Address changed in of ton as desired FOR SALE One Rood family horse ally lady on drive kind and gentle In Rood order and a phae nearly new Call Broadway LOST An umbrella with own rte name Lillian Unity engraved on i handl A literal rowaM will be pilil the finder If returned to The octtU Mil HRONAUGII SELLS OUT itrn O IIronll1l1h the sport log goals man today sold out his stock of Roods to Ike Cohen and will retire from the business CHURCH BOOIAL Tha ladies of the First Onmborland Presbyterian church will give an Ice cream supper at the residence of Mrs Jobn U Miller at Ninth and Clark streets this evening r OF PREMATURE I1IRT1I Uoro oer Peal was called to the home of Sarah Hudson white near Eighth and Husbands today to lisue a cent Ifi cite for the burial of a female Infant prematurely borD- oLruUARY TRUSTEES TO MEET The Carnegie library trustees meet tonight In the office of Arihitact A L Lassiter to consider some details toward the completion of the library tf NEARING 1OMLPET10N A brick boiler house Is being constructed for Mr John Little In Littlest Ile t and win soon be finished by Hotter John aWeikel the contractors HAVE BOUGHT RETAIL l NESSDaBols Kolb Co hue bought the retail business of the MessniUcElratb at Thlnl and Jacka son sssetatiTdey orcha ttbe wholeirsttmitHcsnaiT wceTir George Kolb will la manager of tho nowly acquired bnaiuic OFFERED PRINCELY lUTARY Rev George O Lotinier once ipreacher of Paducah Ky has bo offered a salary of 120000 a year by the trustees of Trtnont Temple Cos ton His homo Is now In Now YOfk INSTALLATION YIojtle side lodge I O O F have elected Mr Julian G Switzer noble grand and Mr Frank L Smith vice grand- e tbo new officers tolw Installed Friday night TO PREPARE FOR RKUSIOX The Confederate Veterans will meet iomorrowjnlght for the purpose of nr ranging for the reunion ot the Sec osl brigade In Padnrahaest October MACHINISTS ENTERTACT aaohlnlits and boilermakers of 4he II o Hoofs Central celebrate the Increase in wages recently granted them at the f Labor ball Seventh cud Court streets I Saturday night with a barbecue which was greatly enjoyed by all In attend nuns WANTED TO BE SURE Convivial Clubman Uncertain Who 1DrlaThe newly completed akrlcraperatI the intersection of Broadway Flfta Avenue and Twentrthlnl street Is ad vertlsed In a novel way by Illumina tion of Its Vatican storks with an clrrUac ribbons of light ao that it i 1presents a striking leffect at night Ra cently two clubmen who lire noted t for their convivial proclivities al generously at a restaurant In theOV iclithhorbood spending the major part jot the evening In the cafe consuming Jltncurs hUtballs P P Cs and Just wer1abont o jthe tall building with Its alternate hands ot light and shade dying in deep shadow at the base and said j ft Say Chappie iss tat your pouise cafe or Iss It miner New fort i Times DELEGATES NOTICE yHrsv A special meeting of Contra L 84theirUnion is called for tonight at 7i Important bnilnti J WHITE PruU s t Z Violets of Sicily Isthe aowt ot tfiamMMX 1Yat we lea a yet struck HtJHH1l r r + iiPeople and iiPInt EvontIIIII fI HI HHH HHHhl WEDDING INTERESTING HERE The following account li given the Louisville Times of the approach lug marriage of Mr William Grlgiby formerly of this city and now of Lox Ingtou which announced Several weeks ngo to bliss Bessie Thomai of Loulirllles Miss Bessie Thomas of this city sub Mr Wm E Grlgbty of Losing ton will be married at 12 ocl oak Toeiday at the homo of the brldoa liter Mrs Charles ThUtoa In St inJamesjwrformed by tho brother of the Mistontondppl assisted by the Rev Reve Eitill of St Panla Episcopal Miss Grace Thomas a sister of the bride will be the maid of honor gownBanpanne crepe t Tell and carry white sweet peas The ceremony will bo followed by a imall breakfast after which Grlgiby and his bride will leave for Lexington where they will remain until fall when they will abroad Among the eut of town guests will be Mrs Cooper of Tennessee a ill ter of the groom Mr A E Urine of Paducah a brother of thoRroom Mr and Mrs Harry Tbltxon of He- ndtrionMr and Mrs John Thliton of Oweniboro atlas Lucy Chiles U visiting In Trenton Ky Mr and Mrs W S Allison and and firs Poole of Princeton are visiting Mrs George Keeny nlrllerIpSirs W O Wbltefield anti dough rtn Miss Kathleen Whllo cld wen t to lIIempbllPrlmJooincy by river to St Paul Minn Mr Paul T Monarch of Louisville traveliHR rerreientatlvo of the Illlnoli ttt Insurance Co li In the city childrenU8Iretnrneitfrpm a vita Jo Smith v 1M land yyAttorney J M Warren has return oil from Golconda- lj Mr and Mrs Harry O Tautly have arrived from Frankfort on a Miss Emma Reed at the Palmer and will probably to Dixon before t w1rn mMn Robert Herring and son Robert of Memphis fire nit Alra George Jackson on North Sixth siren 3 fiH t Miss Olllo Jones ot Sturgis Ky who bu been Ttiltlng Mini rj Oroiibai gone le Marion In company with Mitt Orion o visit Mrs J T Underwood has Rom to EvanivilW to join her husband who has located In that city Mr R MoOanu of Louise lli and two sons b To returned home af Ur a host rfcrt In the city Mrs T Banks wife of the well known railroad tuna has gone to to TheEvamvfle iorinow working in Evansville ia the train dlipatobing servloe MrJohn Lane formerly of the citythis ba arrived from Gnlfpon Mix on a rislt Hods now with the Gulf and Ship Island road JMr Lease Petty of Owcnsboro of the Independent Telephone dlsothe tnltnitotTar for some time and ww taken bome- Iifcre It became too ill to trays Captain P W Holllngsworto has gone to St Louis on business IeheRobert Bndolph returns to San Antonio Tex this evening afters vtelt to his many friends here Captain Charley Volght left today n t ho Fowler for Joensboro Ark to lilt relatives for a week or twor Jolppa ipnt Sunday with his father Mr Ed Jol ee Mra Thomas Corbett and daughter Mite Moby will move back to the city from Frankfort this west and occupy homo on North Sixth near Clay Mrs F W Kattcrjohn hal returned from a weeks Tlift to her husband at Bluff KyIIlira John Dunaway baa retnfied from a visit to Florence MUM Mile Mabel Glenn vof Kattaja I llwlirartive tblseveningto vi If MIN I week Miss Emma Bode of Oalrojwho has Men visiting tho family of Charles L Adams ot the West End returned 1shome this morning Miss Elite Wright has returned from visiting Mrs William Olyno of Limo byMlal Helen Grimes of Memphis Tenn Is visiting Missen Nellie and Cora Hudson on West Broadway Miss Mary Lee Porterfield of Ken nett Mo Is here visiting Mrs J D Smith of North Third street Mrs Leafy Nail Shanks of Knox v ole Tenn la visiting her sister Mrs David Van Colin Miss Ella Settle returned from Mayflotd this morning Mr Erve Albritton of Mayfield la the city today OnyIIRandall will return tomorrow from altendodbthe funeral of Mr Randall brother Inlaw ofMill Hazel Foster of Rnsscllvllle DettloeHouseman on North Thirteenth street MrMr A J Jorgenson chief dli patcher for the I O here went to Central City this morning on hurt Hess Miss Susanne Jorgoniou went to Princeton today to visit She will by turn In a day or two Mr Campbell Beaumont of May field was In the city today Mr Harry Jndd of tho I 0 shops has returned from Lousivllle where ha hfcl gone on a visit Mr U L Jeffrey and wife of Hnntlngbnrg Ind are visiting Mr II II Evans and family MrsL M Riley went to StLonls today at noon a visit Mr Mat Piles went to Knttawa to dlyon business Mr n L Poacher went to Dawson today at noon for bit health Mrs II Hesslg Mrs Annio Green and Mist Mary Hoflloh went to Hen donna today at noon on a visit Mr George Katterjohn wont to Ev ansvtllo today at noon on business Mrs A Philbrick returned to Louisville today at noon after a visit in the oily bliss Lennle Beadles nf in to Hop klnsville today at noon to visit returnedtMayfield this morning JITL IrBEITER ACCOMMODATIONS MR OEO O WALLAUS PROMIS ES TO IMPROVE THE PARK deprjWallace park every Bnnllajr afternoon t spend a fowpleasint hours listen lug to tannin and keeping cool and hm beconit inlto a familiar figure at that place Yesterday afternoon he was appointed of one to con fer whit Mr George O Wallace rela tire ta secnriogbetter aooommodations for tire ladies with children and for the public In general There had been ome little complaint made on ao count of the well being out of use and because the patrons of the park could not get water to drink and Prof Lyon Held a conference with Mr Wallace morning and stated the facts as Ustrncted Mr Wallace promised to repair the well and will In addition hare water at different parts of the park and will sot aside three rooms of brick house for the accommoda tloa of ladles with children MEETING OVER MR H H LOVING ONE OF TOE NEW OFFICERS ELECTED The meeting of the Local Underwriters association of Kentucky at EstlU Springs Js over and Mr Abram L Well and Mr UIU Losing ofPa dncab who alt ndoJ have returned homefr Mr Wm Bnddj sOwensborovwas presldpt a nd Mr Hv V Dayls of Louisville secretary and treainrer Mr Birdwhietlq rawrenaebllql- Kri was chosen lint Tloa president and lrJ II U Loving Padncah second Toe president fte executive Pm mitten Solpctn theHiext meeting place- biz Ab Welitol dncAb a member of loVnob the ltnportoutcom DoiJou Know saflRgoo lPMumeTaractusll mfrothing BUY OF THE i TO BE- AHEAD Progress has been the watch word of this store since its establishment We are continu ally improving the business methods and lose no opportun ityto better the stock of Furni ture But the latter is almost impossible Everything offered is of the highest quality and defects cannot bz found New goods are added as soon as producedand an article that cannot be found here you need not look for anywhre in town Paducah Furniture Manufacturing Co Salesrooms 114116 S 3d st BUY OF THE MAKER BUY OF THE MAK- ERCHAMBER SUITSI The line of Bedroom Furniture l shown now is perhaps the most complete and interesting that has ever been gathered Theres a great variety ofI styles and each has its own particular charm These suits are made in a city famous t worldover for its furniture The designs are very pleas ing The material is fine qU 1IIl ity well seasonedwood and the construction perfect The pl ices invite you to buy Paducah Furniture Manufacturing Co Salesrooms 114116 S 3d st BUY OF THE MAKER k tttt kal4k ttilt ttttttttilt + t Kleanwell Rubber Sponges for faceemassage a- tSOULESr j y4Mitatat ta FLtla lsiki7atta College Brand Clothes b i + InrrmTm ritw 5 wrhIDJOU ro t asters or dlt pose ol you 4OOC O 000OOJO O HOUSE oraL WANTEDA Win Del Wallace park SAFE WANTED Wanted to pur chase a secondhand safe W II Bailey postotllc- ePLUMBINGRing 986red for A F Great 819 Court for plumbing at reasonable prices- WANTEDGood reliable solicitors Apply Urea Pacific Tea and lIeoA Co 333 Broadway LOSTD1acktbetween P cah and Mazon Mills Return to the East Tenn Telephone Co and recelre rewardWANTEDDora to sell can etc at Wallace park July 4 Apply to Mrs Berger refreshment Wallace park LOSTPearl and turquoise between Sixth and Broadway and llth anld re TIPS Is a good tipster A want for a washerwoman Inserted In Tips Saturday brought three replies before 7 oclock Monday morning Do you need a washerwoman cook or set Tant Try Tip- sWINTEDA good sawmill one who can dress saws Also a who can operate a steam drag Must have experience m this lineNone must be sober and industrious- others need apply II Alfrey J bora Ark A treat SaleO- F Odds Ends a Broken Lots t0 A WEEK OF SLAUGHTER Many Prices are Half and Less T sale applies alike ieach ssctlon in every deparlClint Alike to Dress Gjodli Lawns Fanshe Melts Su1l8PaotsUnderwearAlike to Millinery and Ribbons Alike Chidandtippers UnderwearAlike to Jfadies Skirts W Suits and Wrappers Alike to Carpets failings and Rugs XQVL4mys Department No 116 118 and 120 NorthThlr Half a Square from Broadway Prepare for the Glorious 4th I To celebrate properly yon should ho toted II out right We have everything the heart can i V wish for in Summer vt r fixings Ia I New thingsln Flannel Two Piece Suits 15 OutingSuits 5toJ5 New things in Shirts New things in Neckwear New things in Hats sli 1 e r ke Th1 s The Casino WAIMCR PARS Management JAMES B BNG- LiSitTONIGHT PP17The Seward Show Presenting In Illinois Every performance under the ptrion supervision of MR FRED SEWARD Competent cast of twelve people Com plete orchestra and all accessories Continuous Performance Firstclass specialties and iupertftlltis duolraledsoogso Prices 10 antMS cents storediesDIg toe Matinee Every Saturday ndWednesday night PeopleIn adBIG SAL- EREMNANTS at asELEY onesDry Goods Co Some RemarI able Bargains for BuyersndSale On All Week Jfo f AA This Seasons Goods NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS CITY TAXES FOR 1903 ARry NOW DUE AND PAYABLE AT TREASURERS OFFICE CJ tyHALL TEN r CEN A per tTY WILL BE ADDED OM ALLT SNOT ekID ON OR BEFORE JULY I PiSONS WILL SAVE THEMSELVES L LAY AND INCONVENIENCE BY COMING BEFORE THE RUSH OF THE LAST DAYS OF RESPECTFULLYLYWM KRAUS City Treasurer i itsFor Bicycles Tires Bells Lamp Etc SEK Williams Bicycle Co Cheapest House lla the City anreexpert cycle machinist JWheelssoldon easy payments treetalb4- tDrink erageI aM11 Nq atfmtiON 1ti ED HUBBARDAttorney Room NO9 Paducah Watr Co Bldg 126 South 4th str- eetSMITHS i tJJ1Irarbtr JANEr p i REAL ESTATE INSURANCE6MORTGAGE LOANS ooooooo TO BUY Best threeroom house can get at fjo tl this f cash and balance time FOR SALE All classes of property In every part scity of which a few samples are her I Sven first class business property on Third- S d nearBroadway Aarfor details Clark Street very nice 3 room cot t ge in fine condition at 950 Four room house and vacant lot 76 f et in all at southwest corner Seventh andDalbandl Streets bargain at J3y Two houses good ones with vacan t 1 space for another So feet front on one the but corners in Mechanlcsburi bth streets graevled low price of 1301 Pint class modern loroom Jeffersoi Greet residence for 6730 Two4room houses Joining lots on South Sixth street excellent condition price together f1000 or f JOe for one and tSoo for other Ask for details A nice 3room house with 7 acres ground just outside city limits at 11200 The spare ground of this will sell now ia 4ofoot lots Fine investment FOR EXCHANGE One of nicest vacant 6ofoot Broadway lots at Woo for farm property 6 PER CENT FARM LOANS Plenty of money to loan at 6 per cent on farms 10 years time Interest pay able semiannnally Nos 1002 tool 1006 and tooS North lath Si 3 single and I double house will sell low for cash or sell on long easy payments by single house or any DUmberwanted No Bernheim Ave excellent new 4 room house in good fix at 1050 part on time No 1105 Clay St near corner titb- nice 4room brick house at f 1050 No 313 North Sixth street 14 room house sewer connections and all con ententes with space on lot for addl tional building Price f6ooo f No 1112 Monroe Street good four room house shade bargain at lioso Have money at all times at 6 per tent for ten years time to loan on farm mortgages 32j feet Clay between Eleventh Twelfth streets three brick houses sell whole ground vacant by foot or the houses as whole or singly Ask prices u wanted Two circle trout lots together in Fountain Park each 87 feet wide Will sell separate Price on corner one f753 and on Inside one Good eight room house 60 loot lot sewerage in both bathroom and kitchen South side Jefferson streets between Ninth and Tenth streets Excellent home on easy payments In best real ideuce part of city Price fSooo No 1740 Harrison street in Fountain lark =new four room nice house 50 foot lot at f1000 or this with adjoining vacant so foot Ipt f1200 Seven room house on north side of 1Elizabeth street third towards river from Sixth street rents at 13 a month lot tSoo Two houses on one lot at northwest corner of Ninth end Ohio streets total rents 2050 per month Price fJoo Easy payments- ii No 520 North Sixth street rented by year to prompt pavinyienatitat IJ5 pe mouth Price f4000 I No 1036 Monroe street excellent five room 1104e50 jfoo lot 4ery desirable borne in tint class neighborhood Prfc s9Soai t s t No JJ4I South Ninth street five rooms hall shade end fruit tree price fgoo 1l i t y I Barfajn for colored man jq home t men1thlyt Jones street between Eleventh and r Twelfth good 3 room loot dtillhoT 00101 Fifty lots in Fountain Park at price- from Z2j to rooo terms ito cash an 5 monthly payments Several Corner lots onClaystreet with Joining inside lots to go wtrf comedones t U desired aJZiktryy r P 7 I CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK IIIIW F PAXTON R R1DVII DIRECTORSI Jas A Rudy E P Girson Geo Hart E Farley F Kamleiter G C Wallace F M Fisher W F Paxton R Rudy Does a general banking bus- Iness Every accommodation given consistent with safe banking Accounts of individual and firms solicited Interest paid on time de po s IOpcn Saturday Nights From 7to- 8THIRD and tit BROADWAY SUMMER OUTINGS VIA POPULAR Chesapeake Ohio Railway 300 Homes and Mountain Resorts Famous mineral waters for health and an invigorating climate N E A C NYENTIOV BOSTON JULY 6 Low round trip tickets on sale JJ to 5th Take the great scenic route GRAM LODGE ELKS Baltimore July 21 One Fare for Round Trip Tickets on sale iSth and Igtb Quick time through car service ATLANTIC GUY EXCURSION August 13 For lull information address R E Parsons DP A Louisville Ky Or W A Wilgns S P Uopklnsvllle Ky ESTABLISHED 1173 The City National Bank PADUCAH Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 540000000- S B HUGHES President Jos L FRIEDMAN Vicepresident- C UTTKXSUCK Cashier C E RlcnxansoN Assistant Cashier Accounts of Banks Bankers Corpor ations and Individuals solicited and guaranteed every accommodation con sistent with prudent banking Interest paid on time deposits DIRECTORS S nUG W IL SUCK J C UTTSKBACK J I FRIEDMAN DR J G A E ANSPACUBR OWEN Have you any property tosell Do you want to buy In either case I can serve you I also will collect your rents for you on reasonable terms J S A HILL Officer last r wen I a asas MOSS mossL- AWYERS retlI t so AIBX MCONNaU1 won AW =OVA tdhalt Qrilelag MetwUL Sack McJYataas tar lie t MYSELFCUJlED li Lady inSama m a t- otE M liPp NEED MORE FACTOBIES Change In the Taxation Laws Would Bring Them SO THINKS WILLIAM A ROBINSON JJakes a Plain IluslnessUk Talk Iirbr State Commercial Convert UoO Urging Amendment to Constitution Itefardloi Lo CAlTvxatlon To He Voted ou Next November It has long been conceded that tax atlon plays an Important PArt In the development of the products and re sources of any State and those who attended the recent State Commercial Convention at Louisville had a striking example of this brought to their attention In the speech of Mr William A Robinson of Louisville on the sub ject of local taxation In view of the proposed amendment to Section ot the State Constitution to be voted on the next November election Judge S S Savage of Ashland presided over the meeting and Is Chairman of the State Committee that la seeking to set tho people right on this amendment AIr lloblusous speech In part was M lint place I would nnurk that taxation Is a ubjeat la which Ter 4 citizen ll Interested tnor or less f4lbtr Ireetlr vr Indirect The OoaatUutlon of last the present Const ut Ion under which we are was the first of the four Constitution of the State of KeQtarsy to an Inflexible system Id the organic low as to local taxation and It was com plate revolution la regard to taxation the Industrial Interests of Kentucky stirs It was a radical measure and aj I believe with all the Intelligent study have bern blr to die II It was a grist mistake In Policy and bell It wrong la principle It U ooatrwy to the great American doctrine of home rule and local lelffOTernaieat especially oa that moat vital qaettloa of local tuition for tool Evrerament It substituted a vocalled al form ad valorem system for the eaytem oa business eoterprUes It made every nerrbiM and every nuMiftrtarer his own assessor and I Vellere yoa will vJUDOE S SAVAGE Ashland beer me out those of you who have ob- Served the working of this Uw that U aj uauiilftfrm and sa variable as the Ibllltr of a mana coMrlenrf his judgment or his of rlcht U to artJe equal unanlforai and therefore unfair and unjust The change 14 to UUcltkm which has tone on down for ten years there be lot many yes In the Court of Ap peal unsettled This amendment which U now proposed simply places us Wit practically In the matter of local taxation to where wt were before under the former Coa tltat4oa It restores to all cities not to dtlM of the art UM only at often stated In our pipers but to all rltlet every city la the SUte of Kentucky the right wrier Ue general art of the Legislature to Ita own asesmeat lu own System of taxa tion oa all other property except real es tile They will have the right to Us by incense or otherwlea It lodges the power with the lot government eunjeut to our State Legislator of the reprt enUUtee of the people of the State Now bear In mind that It makes changes whatever In the eyktiwl of taxa tion for either state or aunty ber also that It bean upon all the cltlee of the State not upon ditto of the Bratdaia or cities of any other else but Ucities of the State No city and no town need adopt this plan unless they choose to- it optional with the local authorities with the people who are to ho taxed The reprveeaUtlTes of the people In be taxed tan say under which System they wish to be taxed aad the LefUlstare by geaeral Uw may authorize the cities that to adopt that plan to adopt It that It U purely local matter left to the people of each city and submit to you whether Lexington or Paducah have not a perfect right to how they Shall per their bill how they shall pay their lire department how they shall build their streets bow they shell build their ewers without the la tenentlon of the general State Government atFrankfortI that when U U property on deratond and bronchi baton the IlLple of oar State It will receive a large majority of IbO next November believe It aa much to the Interest of the state as It U to any city because so you build up your dtle you certainly aid to the revenue of your State You add to tho wealth and you add to the population Dear la n that II only requires a majority of the votes cut oa this question and a jority of all the voters of the irate We must have prompt action now because It this measure falls to receive sooh a ity In November under the Confutation of our State the matter cannot be brought an sxtln for years- The farmers are aa much Interested n this matter aa any of our people It U a plain proposition that the farmer U benefited as you make larger markets because you lira ham the oonsmr at home for product without the too of freight The agriculture Interests of the State are going to be observed as you Increase the population They cannot env pete export raidsclompoftb the West la wheat They moat raise market products and other products and grain for cow Gumption right here at home same our own people Factories must be located In cities is there that log and Ibor It there banking capitol It there you and traoaportatloa Theca fan the people of Kentucky must let the dues of too Statesire the dales not only oltlea of the Bret elaasdecld this lovpor tant qaeitton of how yoa are going to tax 3 r iB a ooh Jjfe SOUNDS A KEYNOTE President Fords Speech Before Commercial Convention KENTUCKY MUST FOROE TO FRONT Worlds Fair at St Louis Neat Year Oflers the State the Opportunity of a Century to Show All tbe People of the north What toile Really Is During the recent State Commercial convention held In Louisville one session was devoted exclusively to the work being done by the Kentucky Ex hibit Association for adequate repro sentation of the atato at the Worlds Pair In St Louts The speech delivered by the President of tho Associa tlon Mr A Y Kord managing editor of the CourierJournal waMO full ot eloquent facts so eloquently spoken as Col W C P Drecklnrldgo ex pressed It later In the evening that we have decided to give It to our read era In part It Is as follows The movement for a creditable repreeen worldsFarrthe Purchase of the luultlaaa Territory 10iIt appeals to buvliMw Interval because no cumtuanlty moro than Kentucky aeetla to bate twit properly advertised to the thatfalse btbparticularJuncturethe country It adds an Unusual opportunity awl a pressing nerr lty to demonstrate to the wood of capital and of Mmesesten tbe uperlr adrantaio which It often an undeveloped Slate la which all tM es lentlaU of profitable dettlopment are to be found II appeals to eentlment beau the Km tackuns characteristic pride In the RcblevemenU of the founders of the monwealth can nod In all the file tries nothlnx more fit to Inspire than tin part which the men of this State ore plated In that luanelou national drama of expansion of which the Soul partIIov her claim to a share In the stories of a region at whose Jrth Into the Union she aloud lonercreated a part of this household of Us A FORD President of tho Kentucky Exhibit Association arty through her Instrumentality iwoplnl largely by her suns bound to her by the tendemt ties of blood and lnterrat ll all out vf the very richest of the Jewel U her crown of BUteboud Dot perhaps more In keeping with the spirit of an orraaluo like this to put eutlment to the rear and business aUentlon to Ue fore We hold that Ken lucky should be at th LuuUlana PurUiaa It ban suffered Inestimable jury from malldoo inlrepre eautlon because It needs to be adfrrtUed to the world by umetblna floe betides lu mono lain feud and lu Utter politics Ileuus It has Lena raricalared In the general Ideal formed of It and serves to bn taken seriously we like a Joke all right but dont want It rubbed In too llerauar It an undeveloped Stats need Inc the geedw11 of Investors and home aveker and having that to offer them that will endure sad repay Investigation house now Is the tome of tine for putting ouraelvc right and keeping our orlvee right before tho boatneM world while this tremendous tide of material de velopment at lu hoed and men are seeking on every bond for profitable gelds of irtltlljlI- leeanne through ignorance of one own resources or tDoJJTerenc to them through lark of enterprise presenting tion about thetn to those who wk we have suffered ovrnclr to be lOtlIplotd u an Industrial community by states tbtcould not compare with la natural ad routes I know of no State that Stands more In need or a pnitest In the name of truth than Kentucky I know of no State that bai been more persistently and unjustly ma llgnd than Kentucky know of State that has more noplnely endured such mfr represenutlon recklessly giving fresh oc casion for It and antese of Ita opportunl lles for Uptaytng Its better aide am not an apologist for that which Is wrong with u lid there la mach la pro tent rondlllona for which we should frankly take shows to ourselre but the very ex tstenr of inch thlSge but enphaolie the aecesslty that we should be up and doing la the rate of our own redemption to the end that these writ glortM of the State of which we boost so much may not be dimmed and derided or lu future tampered by our duty o eurnmunlty moro than a- oItdoor ibould tie pTereeniltlre to just erltlclrav but snfhecked misrepresentation long Rough continued makes reputation and It kai made for no a reputation that ba formed a tarrler to the proper de velonnint of the State It is a thing to be dented and rebuked wltU earneatnea and dignity at every opportunity only aa a twitter of Slate pride but II a mat far of State welfare Io all the long rollcall of State not one Important State will be ntsslng not one bet ran toy any claim to rank as an enterfrUlsg Commonwealth Not one who growth In wraith sod population site Il riierxy and progressive spirit Therf mho aligned the States that stand for ntrnsa for enlightenment for educe for leadership ion p eliminate herselffroaa II Run Down Aycrs Sarsaparilla purifies the blood gives strength to y the nerves and brings color to IstJpationI TH- EYellowstone ParKseason opened June i The Park Is Increasing In popularity yearly and t It b becoming quite the thing for special patties to visit It Then ton people stay there longer Although the rrgulir tourist trip provide for jjii days In the park any one can remain longer without any extra H4 charge for transportation Many cannot afford to spend more time than 3H layi there so the regulgr schedule Is bated on that fact The hotels are all modern In appointment electric lighted and steam heated and the trip through title Womlerlanil Is the finest coaching triplto be found In the country The government ia spending large amounts cf money In perfecting the road system New roads new steel bridges Improving oloah Is the order of things rYellowstone Park la the biggest thing of the kind In the worM and WONDERLAND 1903 which describes it and is published by thefNorthern Pacific wlllbe sent to you on receipt of six cents b 9yCHAS So FEE St Paul Minntu u r rl WNiw wmr J E COlLSON Plumbing 114 Steam and Hot Water Heatingq Phone I133 529 Broadway wmHNNmNmNmINMMwmmmNH t Do You Suffer Like This On stay 13th a lady called complaining ot constant headache list eyelids were badly In trelld i anol toll to return la two weeks and was then the fitted by the fogging system A recent test showed the eyes in a perfect condition and the headache had been completely relieved Name given on request Examination without chrrej DR M STEINFELD Ophthalmologists 222 Broadway 900 A to 500 p ll 700 to 800 p u t 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 WHEN YOU GO FOR A RIDE You want a nice looking turnout and a good going horse Thats half the pleasure of such au outing Go 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PADUCAH PACKET Str H W Buttorft Leaves Paducah for Clarksvllle every Monday ta m Leaves Paducah for Nashville ever Wednesday 12 m Leaves Clarksvllle every Tuesda noon for Paducah Leaves Nashville every Saturday noon for Paducah For freight or passage apply o board or to Given Fowler Agt BishoprClertIyST LOUIS AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET COMPANY FOR TENNESSEE RIVER STEAMER CLYDE LVM everWednesday IIlOWS PELL Master RUOBNB ROBINSON Clerk totInvoiceclerk ot the boat A L LASSITER Architect and Superintendent Rooms 7 and 8 Yciser Building IPhone fIiLRaldcnu PADUCAH KY IRINTONBBAVI84PAIA no ARCHITECT IIS XXUBWAT fOMOt M ALBEN w IBAREEY Attorney atLem Room No 5 ColumW Building Telephone 981 DR J E5YYOELFLE be Office Hoars Ii Ring a IIIrt04pm l5celolh andiClay JteaUI4 Phone 713 rpmbtlt HoHH U It IftttftUfoV tSTY J r j oftt 1f tt rU 1 H + i GRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON Qlpriflll Wit by Itirtert B S 810MIF+ 4 + + +++ + t+ t + + fit+ 4ik4 M + M ++ +061 Lori made plans for said title You are to be held as rage What rou1 I thought of your predicament last night and hero Is the solution This very day I shall Issue an order forbid ding you tho right to leave Edelweiss You will not bo In prison but your ery movement Is to be watched A strong guard will have you under sur velllnDct and gay attempt to escape p In communicate with yourirlendl result In your confinement and his ection In this way you may stay here until the time comes to fly Tho Axplmlo people must be satisfied know Your freedom will not be dis turbed You may como and go as you like but you are ostensibly a prisoner ny detaining you forcibly wo gain a TiterIsplain a continued presence In Qrau stark Is not my plan a good oner InldlrilIngthis plan that you make me a forever I shall not escape Its hostogoI If I live to beg thousand At parting she safurcrlonsly A great deal depends gn your dis cretion Mr Anguish My guards will watch your every action for they ire not In the secret excepting Qulnnox and any attempt on your part to com municate with drcnfal Lorry will be fatah Trust me your highness I have had much Instruction In wisdom to dayI hope wo shall see you often the said Dallyas a hostage he replied glancing toward the countess That means until the other man Is captured sail the young lady saucily As bo left the castle bo gazed at the distant building In the sky and won dered Low It had ever been approached In n carriage She had not told him that Allude drove for miles over wind ing roads that led to the monastery up a gentler slope from the rear The next afternoon Edelweiss ttillkJ with a new excitement Prince Bo lit roz of Axphaln mad with grief anti rage came thundering lath the city with his court at his heels Ills wrath had been Increased until It resembled a tornado when be rend the reward pin card In the uplands Not until then did be know that the murderer hall es coped and that vengeance might be de nied him After viewing the body of Lorenz as It lay In the sarcophagus of the royal palace where It had been borne at the dysons c trothed and It was with fear that she prepared for the trying ordeal an In terview with the grief crowd old man ballsnsoon thronged with diplomatists and there was an ugly sense of trouble In the air suggestive of the explosion which follows the Igniting of a liuwder pale faced princess met the burly old ruler In the grand council chamber He and his nobles had been kept waiting but n short time Within a very few minutes after they hal been conducted to the chamber by Count flatfoot and other dignitaries the fal r ruler came Into the room and advance between the lowing lines of courtiers to the spot where sat the man who held Uraustark In life group Boleros arose as she drew near his gaunt toro black and nnfrlcajlly She extended her hand graclou tr and he a prlneo for all his wrath touched bit trembling lips to Its white smooth back I come In grief and sadness to you r court most glorious Yetlvc Jly bur den of sorrow Is greater than l ca bear he said hoarsely Would that I could give you cons o latton she said sitting In the chair reserved for her use at council gather ings Alas It grieves me that I ca offer nothing more than words Tru ly she pilled him In ills bereavement Ilolaroz said that be tied beard ot the murderers escape and asked wbal effort was being made to recaptu him Yctlve related all that bad h Petted expressing humiliation over tho Tact that her ofllccrs Lad been unable to Accomplish anything ridding that she did not believe the fugitive could get away from Graustark safely with out her knowledge The old was working himself back Into the lent rngo that had been subdued and at last broke out In a vicious denunciation of the carelessness that halt allowed the man to es cape lie first Insisted that Uangloss and his Incompetent assistants Ira brown Into prison for life or executed tor criminal negligence then he de mended the life of Harry Anguish as an alder and abettor In the Sight of the murderer In both cases the prin cess firmly refused to take the action emandcd Then she acquainted him with her Intention to detain Anguish efel1lIllionthe whereabouts of tho fugitive might discovered providing of course the friend knew anything at all the matter The Duke of Mix and others loudly Joined In the cry bravelyLOlecut curtly Informed tliiim that tGq American whom she believed to be Innocent of all complicity In the escape should be subjected to no Indignity other the n detention In the city under guard as she had ordered I Insist that this man be cast Into- prison at once snarled the white ped Ilolaroz You are not at liberty to command In Grnustnrk Prince Ilolaroz she said- r slowly and distinctly I am ruler here Ilolaroz gasped and was speechless for some seconds You shall not bo ruler long madam- he said malevolently significantly Hut I am ruler now and as such I nsk your highness to withdraw from my castle I did not know that I was to submit to these threats and Injul l1 or I should not here been kind enough to grant you an audience prince though you are When I came to this room It was to give you my deepest sympathy and to receive yours not to lw Insulted You here lost a son I mj betrothed It beeowj yjflt Wince Bolaroz to 111icapture the man who Ins soliniortu nattily escaped from our clutches Ana I shall not allow you or any one else to dictate the manner In which wo are to proceed She uttered these words cuttingly and at their conclusion arose to leave the room Ilolaroz heard her through In surprise and with conflicting emotions There was no mistaking her Indignation Le deemed It policy to bottle his wrath overlook the most offensive rebuke his vanity tied ever received and submit to what was evidently a just decision Stay your highness I submit to your proposition regarding the other stronger although I doubt Its wisdom There Is but one In whom I am nallyIInterested the one who killed There Is to be no cessation In effort to find him I am to understand I now have a proposition With coo tire 300 of my bravest soldiers I offer them tq you In order that you may bet ttt pluMfute the search They will re main here and you may use them In tiny way you tee fit The Duke of Mlz rox will linger In Edelweiss and with him you and yours may always confer Ho also Is at your command This man must be retaken I swear by an that Is above and below mo he shall be found tt I hunt the world over to complish that end He shall not es cape my vengeance And bark you to this On the 20th next month I shall demand payment of tho debt due Axphaln So deeply o my heart vet on tho death of this Grni fall Torry that I agree now before all these friends of ours that If he bee lured and executed In my presence be fore the 20th of November Qraustark shall be granted the extension of time that would have obtained In the event of your espousal with the man he kill ed You hear this offer nlU It Is bound by my sacred word of honor Ills tenth before the 20th gives Gran lark ten years of grace If he Is still nt largo I shell claim my own This oTr believe most gracious Yctlye will creatly encourage your OplelnI- I i uort to capture the man we seek Tim princess heard the remarkable proposition with face deathly pale heart scarcely beating Again was the duty to Granstark thrust cruelly upo her She could gave the one only by ficinstheother Vie will do all In our power toto prove ourselves grateful for your g nanluious oiler she said As she pass ed from the room followed by her un cle she heard the Increasing bui excitement on all sides the Jtestrnl ln ed expressions of amazgaieu Sod re patron con plrlng to hound her doom Which way was she to turn In order to e from herself YeUvenon stairway There Is no alternative Except our Inability to do so she murmured In that moment she deter nevrIIpGrobltnrksIpenalty to pad CHAPTER XXI Tarot ABOVE longest month In Lorrys eeTnE was that which followed romantic flight from the tower To his Impatient mind the days were Irksome weeks The cold monastery was worse than a prison Ho looked from Its windows as a vict looks through his bars always hoping always disappointed With each of tho Infrequent visits of Cap tain Qulunox his heart leaped at the tleeperInthough klntliy assurances that the time had not yet come for him to leave the haven of safety Into which he had been thrust by loving hands The prior was kind to him Every thine that could be done to provide comfort where comfort was a stranger was employed In his behalf He lived well until his appetite deserted him Ho had no questions to answer for no ono asked why be was there he had no dangertelfear a zr114atlakpewF t JI where to lived Front the city coroo the promise of ultimate escape verbal messages from those who loved him news of file world all at long Inter Tats however Qulunoxs visits we like sunbeams to him The captain camo only at night anti In tit guise Ho bore verbal messages wise precaution against mishap once did he bring n word of love from Ilho princess an omission which caul the fugitive deep misery until a ray Intelligence showed him that she could not give to Qulnnox tbo speeches tram her heart proud woman that she was Anguish sent words of cheer with commands to be patient He never failed to tell him through Qulnnox that he was doing all In his power to find the real murderer and that be had the secret cooperation of the old police captain Of course the hidden man heard of the reward and the frenzied search prosecuted by both principalt ties He laughed byterically over tho deception that was being practiced by the blue eyed slender woman who hel the key to the situation In tier keeping It was not until the night of the 18t of November that Qulnnox confirmed Ills fears by telling him of tbo condl tlons Imposed by Prince Ilolaroz For some reason the young officer had ceived Lorry In regard to tho all Im portant matter The American repeatedly had begged for Information about the fatal 20th but on all previous occa slops his visitor doggedly maintain a show of Ignorance vowing that be knew nothing of the circumstances El1 Lorry completely out of pa fiance and determined to know the true state of affairs soundly upbraided him and sent word to the princess that iIf inaidetery and find them out for Tilts authoritative message Qulnoor back tw h4191 eS I 1fcelShewas and asked his forgiveness for bar Ing kept the ugly truth from him Qulnnox added to his anguish by hastily informing him that there was a posslbllltyof succor from another prin cipality Prince Gabriel he said not knowing that he was cutting his Il lie tenet to the heart was dally with t princess and It was believed that be was ready to loan Graustark sufficient money to meet the demand of olilroz The mere thought that Gabriel was with her aroused the fiercest resent ment In Lorrys breast As he paced life narrow room dls tractedJy a horrid thought struck him so violently that ho cried aloud staggered against the wall his fixed on the face of the startled soldier Perhaps she might submit to Gabriel for In submitting she could save not only Graustark but the man she loved The sacrifice but no he would not llcvo that such affliction could come heel Marry Gabriel the man who had planned to seize her and make her his wanton He ground his teeth and glared nt Qutnnox as If he were t object of his hatred his vicious Jeal ousy The captain stepped backward In sudden alarm Dont be afraid Lorry cried say agely Im not crazy Its your news your news Does ihocipect me to ofstay up here while that state of affairs exists down there Let me eee this Is the 18th and day after tomorrow S the 20th There Is ho babTloX accompana y you you Valentines tonight Impossible exclaimed Qulnnox I cannot allow that sir My Instruc lions ore Han your Instructions All the In structlons on earth cant compel me to sit up here nnd see this sacrifice made I am determined to ace her and put stop to the whole affair It Is what V wI1Ingdom one or the other In order hatI r4AptalIts Ltnowplnccrlie thentcacbeAjnotwltntan1 ing gjsoVou like th- llprotesEertlepalrlngywEdel Axphaln soldiers on the alert to win toIcity a romcsTOu will betaken from this place Into the mountains Instead of through the city and given escort to Deanne 100 miles 1east That step will not be taken until youwallayouleavetains are full of soldiers every night I didnt say anything about an cape did U On the contrary I want to give myself up to her Then she can have Gabriel thrown over the castle wall and say to Ilolaroz Were Is your man Ive gained the ten years of prace Thats the point Qulnnox ytosent or refuse Id Just as soon be In Jail down there nu up hero anyhow The only favor I have to ask of you Is that you do the best you can to get me safely to her I must talk with her before I go back to the tower God help me sir I cannot take you to Lerr groaned Qulnnox trying to control his nervous apprehension I youfromfaith with her It I led you into that mnh down thorn TO BK CONTINUED 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a few days Just now willsay come tows for any thin gJiii the hardware line Our prices and goods ae right c f SCOTT HARDWARE coniP ANYI THE PALMER IS OPPOSITEI EDGAR W WHITTEMORE REAL ESTATE AGENCY If PADUCAH REAL ESTATE WESTERN KENTUCKY FARMS EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT LOTS FOR INVESTMENT WESTERN KEN TUCKY REAL ESTATE JOURNAL AND PRICE LIST FREE TO EVERYBODY SEND FOR IT rjEDGAR W WHITTEMORE Paducah vI American = German National Bank 1 PADUCAH KENTuCKY t r Capitaland Surplus v32000000 t cThomptOU Pd LIAlkla IRECTQRS 1 bee Thompaos- T j Atkins Gee Rock P aradshaw- J lydreoqi Barnett 1 II U Iusoia f fcP LuIJld P Noble T INTEREST PAID en TIME Deposit Safety DepositBoxes- to rent 83 oo per annum and offices on second and third floors reached by elecric elevator furnished with light heat and sanitary improvements WON TWO OUT THREE Pmlncah Takes Sonic of the Cot- cult Out of Cairo A Phenomenal Rally Won Saturday Game for Paducahnol1cr Batted Out OTHER BASEBALL I HEWS Club Won Lost Pot Homlcracn 20 13 0 Cairo 23 U Jackson 17 U 848 4831PaduHopklnsvlllo 12 21 8SS SCHEDULE FOR TODAY Henderson at Paducah Jackson at Oalro- 1I0pkluIVI11e at Olarksvllle OTHER SATURDAY GAMES Jackson Olarkirllle Cole ocd Petit Home nndjlolmes- Ilendenon 3 Hopklnsvllle 2 Mo Nun and Friend Edwards and Street UOT TWO OUT OF THRKE Tho Paducah baseball team won a game 11 to 0 and lost a game 7 to 4 at Cairo yesterday afternoon at the Cairo league park knocking Holy cross Cairo itar pitcher out of th bix In the seventh Inning of the last game and also hitting Clare IheI southpaw just so lively Everybody hit and Cairo went up In the air The first game was lost by bad umpiring principally but several errors behind Freeman were great factors In the reo IUlt of the game The batteries In the first game were Freeman and Perry for Paducah and Brockett and Rntledge for Cairo Brockett was bit freely but the hits well fielded Freeman strnu lout CairoIhltlIThe second game WM played fist until the seventh inning when Cairo bunched several hits and forgedahead followed by Paducah fireworks which disheartened the Cairo fans and took all the life out of the players llolycross pitched for Cairo and Rut ledge caught and Olrard sad PerrrI did the battery work for Paducah Girard was not easily found avid pltcned an eciellent game all the fewIbeing well Molded Uolcross was freely hit In the first Inerallnt nlngi but when the seventh Inning was reached Manager Echenberger had ctowho was knocked out of the hot Intone of the games hero last week Bet- tIng was freely made in all parts of the grandstand and at least 11000 changed hands after the game WON SATURDAYS GAME Pulncah plucked victory from what- eemed certain defeat Saturday afternoon at Cairo The Egyptians had things pretty mach their own way as usual making one score in the first Inning live In the second and one in the sixth Paducah made one In the fifth and no more until the ninth when the Indians touched oft a play of fireworks which netted them seven runs beat In Ualro by one score The grounds were muddy from much rain and considering conditions the game was a good one Wilson and Perry and Dickon and Rntledge were the batteries PADUOAU AT HOME Today Ilendtrson comes to Paducah for three games and much interest is felt Henderson Is on the rand downI ward owing to the setback from IheI three games forfeited to Ilopklnivtllo Louis ono of Jacksoni pitchers has been appointed official umpire and umpired the game at Cairo yesterday He is said to be something awful and will probably soon be succeeded JUST A LITTLE DOPE Rod LacgsJbrd will umpire this afternoons game MoNutt will pitch for Hcndsrson this afternoon and Warner will catch President Ben Wallis this momma telegraphed Abe Areas of Louisville who war an outfielder for tho Owens boro team Akera Is a fast fielder an was ono of the star players in thi Owensboro team Ho will probably arrive tonight Madden the new pitcher from Oak laud K1wIU arrive this afternoon or tonight and will be placed In thi box Immediately on arrival He come with a goat reputation and the local management think they will find a good man in him The Alden Knitting Wills team ol Paducah went toMetropolli yesterday and played the boys of that town being defeated by a score of 11 to 5 Dick ISrahlo pitcher for the local yllhIa pitched ball and badly hart him a physician having to bo summoned to attend him- 1IIoher IJedgei lust night received a telegram from Manager Joe Uan tiller of the Milwaukee American sociation team stating that ha could not understand why he Hedges had not received transportation and that ha would telegraph It again today lodges Is wilting on his pass and will not leave until It gets hero IJr Irvin Thompson president of the K I T league was In Mayfield yesterday visiting friends and returned this inornlnf accompanied by Overgo Duflot of Mayfield who has been cap baseId first baseman and Is rather small iIn blight but heavy In bon Jle willt probably be tried behind the bit this afternoon Ulrard struck a hard liner to Third baseman Witt of the Cairo team Yes terday afternoon In the last game end the ball was o hot that It slipped through Witts fingers anti struck him over the right eye Ho was knocked to the ground and hid to to taken pat of the game This Is the second time Witt boa been Injured by balls struck by Paducah players having been struck In tho mouth In the home series here In Paducah last week ColaseIn a practice game at Wallace park grounds yesterday morning by a score of 8 to 5 These have been tyro saga far games played between these teams tail each his been victorious On Fourth of July they will meet IboI and the fight will be hard and probably be witnessed by mftorlooal fans as no professional game will be played hero on that date Farmer Logon of Lexington a pitcher of much reputation hen agreed on the terms offered by President Den Wclllo and snpppotod to be en route here now to join tile team fie has been signed yet but will In all probability having agreed to do so It ii said that Nashville hat signed him but Mr Weille stated this morn ing that he knew nothing of the come ter and that he thought Logan malI The Henderson bays won two straights yesterday from HopHnsvllle IholRamelthing with them from all repasts the being badly crippled Kid Ogdcn the captain and right fielder a leg last week while sliding and is out ot the game sad a general has been caused by the accident Paducah fans feel confident of games at the least IOlrard won a reputation yesterday at Cairo and his work In the box was much admired by the Cairo fans Ha hue plenty of steam ands Ferry dis played great ability In holding him President Wxllla has Instructed Cap tain CAR to place Olrnrd on the bench and he will play in the field no more being seen In the box entirely This takes out one of Padncahi lardest and surest Freeman did hlllenIyesterday but had him and wa also disheartened by say eral costly errors He made one ofI the feature catches of the second game while covering right Dell A long line drive was knocked and Clifford did not accept the change leaving III to Freeman who bad matted after It from the very jump Ho made the catch and won moth applause from the grandstand It la understood that the Cairo management will Rive Wallace the left flcliUr his release to come here fl00 This Ir too much accord ing to a member of the local associa lion but if Cairo wants to let Wallace no Paducah will give f50 for his re lease Wallace it Is understood wants to come bare and also does Hushes but no offer has been made either and Presklert Weille says he will nofmaka a proposition unless he Is solicited to by the player or the Cairo management It will bo of some Interest to the public to know that Freeman Is not only a good baseball pitcher tnt has made a success In the paglUstlo ring IndWI in policing having served two years as a police officer In Dresden Tena his home Freeman white qoelllOK a disturbance was shot in the hip and leg but managed to con quer his man and made the arrest taking the gun away from his antagonist and arresting hint sluglehanded Freeman first played In left field when ho took to baseball and then went to short stop and then to tint hue maining there for sqm time and later taking to pitchingr By XRays Just for once wont you try a pair of shoes that are not wade from guesswork measurements of what your foot ought to br but from Xray photographs of whit women feet really are The Dorothy Dodd Shoe it exactly shaped lathe fonet muscles and ligaments of the fool as they arc plainly revealed by Xray photograph This r II the explanation of why you hear so much talk on all sides about the wonderful Fit ofa Dorothy Dodd The shoe deserves its popular nickname ofan arrangement In comfort But all this ii of no help to you unless you own a pair On the day you buy them you will learn a new lesson In Foot Comfort After that no one can sellyou any other shoe but a Dorothy DjJJ Oxfords fi 50 Boots fj00 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