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I 1 1Tho IB atI cab and McCrackcn 1 i I circulation of The Even tnnt UuE county more people wd The j Ing Sun for last month averaged SHU than any other paper t U1M7 cobles a day m = VOI XVII NO 102 PADUOAH KY SATURDAY APRIL 29 1905 10 CENTS PEli WEEK1 A JURY NOT TO HEAR SHOW GIRLS 1 STORY Nan Patterson Decides to test liar Oase As It Is Motion to Dismiss Overruled No t DcfoiiHo to lie Mndd and Argu ment Will IJeghif Monday NAN HAI A HAW NIGHT New York April 29Attor a day of interesting developments both pro locution and defense rested In theYf call of Nan Patterson late yesterday The prosecution flnUIiod Its case ti Jtiit before the adjournment of court t and later Attorney OReilly of conn r Bel for Nan Patterson notified the prosecution that hissidu would sub mit no defense iqnd would rest on the contention that the state had failed to snake out anicuse against the do fendant This plan had been under consideration t for some days bpi was only I decided at a conference yesterday bee tween the counsel for defense and Nan Patterson and hot father The decision means a speedy conclusion of the trial When the case Is called Monday to which date the trial was adjourned Assistant District Attorney Rand will immediately begin summing up for tile state Yesterday a motion to dismiss the Indictment was overruled by the court The contention of the defense in moving to take the case from jury and iii disnr s the Indictment was that the oonsplihoy accusatlpn charge I had been practically abandoned diet i the prosecution had failed to prove J Morgan Smith bought the revolver je which causod Youngs death that II the case was circumstantial and the testimony of Doctors OHanlou Rig 1 glee and Phelps ladjbjittea suicide thanmurderlt Thetprosecution replied that It N4 had proved tits foot of the ammo i that the M alout4 go to the Juryc on the diameter of the wound that c eon Id not have been eelfanI1I ted had proved Smith was in Pawnbro ker ptcviis MIIOP the day the rovolf or was bought and tins the prosecution had not expected a pawnbroker to make identifications TIe court Instructed the Jury that In his opinion the ruling on law ntilnte should not be to the prejudice of the defendant District Attorney Rand says he Is sure the prisoner will bo convicted on one of the degrees ofjiomlcltle Nan spent a very poor night In the Tombs V FIio lugdtiit sit White House Washington D C April 2DFlroI- II the presiits office building ad Joining the White House caused ox I cltomont today A lire was built In the fire video when an accumulation oft of In the chimney caught flra 6 Thoi chemical engine put an end to tho lInoidant Tho Brock Combs Contempt Case Lexington Ky April 20Judge Parker heard the Breck Combs eon I iYYtempt case today and will announce I his decision Monday Combs denied everything and said ho had tho utmost respect for the court n Washington Aprill DGeneral Fltzhugh Leo c U S A retired ahd cno of Virginias foremost sons died at Providence hospital hare last night from an attack of anoplfcjcy which he morningson a train while en route from Boston 1 to Washington After General Lee had been re moved to the hospitall it was evident ease was a very serious one + t Shortly after nine oclock last night he began to grow weaker his breath ing became more rapid and his pulse lower terminating In less than two 1 hours IIn death The end was peaceful i and without pain the general remaining conscious until within five t mlntttOf of the and A pathitto feature of the case Is S that although General Leo was bless ed with a family consisting of a wife and five children not one of them t was with him at lie time of hisII death Ho was 08 years of age 1J Prior to the civil war at the bejj ta DRr GATES HACK Mrs J II Roberts Was Choson Del IKnto to Meeting nt Ashovlllo North Carolina Tho ladles who woro delegates from tho local Homo Mission societies havo returned from tho conference at Martin Tonn and report a mostl pleasant and Interesting meeting Mrs J H Roberts of Paducah was made reserve delegate to the mooting of the Womans Homo Mis son board at Ashovllle N C next April Mrs Roberts was also reelected secretary of tho Paducah dlrf trlctI Tile next conference will be held at tho Madison Heights Methodist church In l Iemphls in April noxt Mrs Suo F Mooney formerly of Paducah was reelected president of tljo conference society DISTRICT WILL Ills PiNSi118D Ill HOARD OP KQUAIiIATION MONDAY A Number of Other Counties Woro Acted on This Morning at frankfort Frankfort ICy April 29The board of equalization today passed finally on the assessment In Graves ILyon Benders ti and Hickman coun ties of the fleet appellate district af ter hearing delegations from all of themThe hearing of the counties of thIs district will be completed early next week but throe counties Trigg Un ion and Webster remaining to bo heard These wore raised on prellml Gary action The board accepted the assessment of Lyon and Graves without change after hearing delegations headed u County Judge W L Crumbaugh of Bddyvlllo and County Judge J T Webb Senator T J Elmore and oth ers of trvJ- udp J C Dean presented the oiwtiaf Hlcknian which WM railed i0 pdrCTtn on farmland and peraonnl ty subject to wiualltation STUNG IJY WASP Llltlo DaiiKliter of 1ir1 IlOniy Painfully Injinca Nova the yearold daughter of Mr J R Gray Investigator for the Charity club was stung In the loft eye this morning by a wasp Tho little girl had started to kiss her father whoa ho was leaving the house when tho wasp alighted on her faco and stung hor twice before llie managed to pull It oft A physician was summoned and found that fortu nately the sight was not effected by tho sting ICuttnwa Wedding Mr Itorrlih Deen Brasher for merly of this place but now of L- tmaO and Miss Mary Nail were married at the home of tho brldaa parqrita hero by the Rov D S Camp beilf pastor of Iho M E church Kuttmwn Times Death In Marshall Miss Uettio Wyatt died at her home near Sharpe Marshall county from dropsy aged 75 She loaves two brotherfi and two sisters Death of Gen Fitzhugh Lee Game Last Night After Brief p 1Oft 4his FIRST Illness sinning of which he resigned his commission In the United States ar my General lLee saw consldorablo frontier duty fn movements agalnsc the Indians i His services In tho Confederate ar my as major general are well known and during the Interval between thif war and his active work In the Span ishAmerican wcr General lee filled c number of important positions including the governorship of Virginia the presidency of the Plttsburg Virginia railroad the collectorshlp of Internal revenue for the Lynch = burg district and the consul general ship ut Havana At the time of his death General Lfto was president of tho Jamsstpwn Exposition company Following his honorable dtsohargo from the volunteer army March 2 I t901 General Leo was appointed taII tho regular army with the rank 01I brigadier general and with this ran j 1he was retired In March following jII w EXCELLENT WORK OF CHARITY CLUB OVER It Has Capably Handled it nIl Since December Tlio InvestIgntior Censed Work To dllrTho Secretary WlntT Up Her Work May Hlli MUCH loon HAS HKBN HONK With tho coming of summer active vorh of the Charity club an organ- Ization which has dono so mud good during winter will cease The club has been organised several win tees but last winter was the first In which the entire pauper core In city and county was turned over W the club for management and It has managed It better than it ever was managed before Miss Cornie Grundy secretary and Mr J R Gray Investigator are tin only salaried employee of the club and have worked faithfully and dour much good Mr Gray will leave tin service today but Miss Grundy work will not be completed until Ma 8thThese two ofTnlils will make out report from the f II ttime they hat been employd giinc tlie nurnhm of persons helped what was bptui and other data in ouneeiion with the work The reamt will coverl a period from lipeeinbor Ntli to Ma sit the time Miss iiundy uriil Mr Un entered Into their official duties al though active rliarity work i fan CK tober1 1st Mist Orundv is unable at present to estimate how much money for pan per pnrnnsPCs has been sprat tills win ter but approximates the county eluteC to exceed 4Hil The rlut hD1 spent much more andIhP totiii amount expndeil by rity couui nil tins will exceed tlniH iit iIs thought Over 3 Suit bushels of coal were given away during the viuter but a portion of Ithis was not bought but donated to the dub Besides do nations in the way of tool and furl many contributions of tloihoa warn map and the poor of comity and city were helped lr this way The club has done nuidi Rood and because of tIll satisfactory mannci In which it bus conducted its busi ness the charily work will probably bo left entirely with the tint hereafter Deputy Marshal Saunders Out Deputy U S Marshall cor c Saun derm and son Jesse arrived from Mayfield today at noon Today is the first time Marshal Saunders has been out since be nIt with Uti acci dent more than a wk ago He tripped over a hoop and felt In catching himself his left hand was badly bruised and sovoral ribs brok on Ho had been In boas6e but having Important business to transact today came tip tp settle It Mrs lama1 Cooper Seriously 111 Mrs Lillle Rleke Boyd and broth er Mr Will Rleku Ji went to Hop kinsville today at noon to attend the bedside of their sister Mrs James Cooper who IB seriously ill and not expected to live A telegram was ro ceived this morning apprising tho family of Mrs Coopers precarious condition Miss JrclQn Gould 111 Detroit MIoh April 29MI88 Hofon Gould who is attending the National Young Womens Christian Association convention Is Indisposed und Is constantly attended by phys Iclans Will Receive Duos I Mr Coons secretary of the com- merCial club will be at his desk in his ofllce tonight to receive dues of any who wish to pay themI It Is reported that a well known young Paducah couple were nmrrleJ a day or two ago but tho report could not be verified as neither IB in the city today According to report the wedding was in St Louis but the St Louts list of marriage licenses Is onetsuedJ i Born to the wife of Mr Waller Barker of iSouth Eighth streetit boy baby Born to the wife of air Jim Kane or Bridge street a bird buoy 4 CL WKRKS NEWS hL TH coMJiIIittCIAI WORLD Clearings this 4k 146246 Same week GOG59 lafltlar Increae 9 8458 Local wholeiwrs report very sat factory uUiInesaj lth fair collections Retail trade Mrery good showing some Itnprovmeift over the same time Ilast year- Bradstrests H rW ort of the country In general yalIr- regulfirt y srt characterides die trlbutlva tilde I Its industry Is active and OBMlooronstructlon of unprecedented voldine Weather has been ratholft too wol for the best of crop iirenatdttoirlor germination Labor Is well mployed and with the one contipicuojbi exception of Chicago whorb the raamBters strlko affects tm l und KJlpments disputes are below the average for May 1 Railway earnlnca are good and bank clMirtnfi tils week owing to holidays were mailer than last weeks but helvil exceed a year ago Collections generally are rather tardy eapoclally at tie south Crop condition though the sea son Is backwardJ promise well as regards cerwila A Wnvr wheat yield is in prospect Trade reports from portions of the northwestt are favora ble nil tiding is activei theI country over fat1 distant points iniltnflc In reI poiis of unprece in cil construction Ii is reported lira a projecti is well muter way to csiaMish a d Tlii000 iori parking plant in Iadnali Mr ins Coiilier of Ilallihi Ky and a Mi Bun on 01 totiisvnto ire slid a lie ialKfly inleiste l in it and ails making s utllllh in cstigai nun have Iitld that Paducah Is an excellent location fur ihe plant The Barnett IugKv 11 of Cincinnati which has been mention rd us establish ing u blanch factory hurt iis expeted to have a represen tative in Paducah to looU over rite Held and confer with locil eaiiiialistf one day next week The IIlurr Is the on Mr TI tC Leech recently via lied al the instance of local capiial ktaNu J T IV NIlcnx will iiirolialiiy nOt manage the New Centnrv Hotel at Dawson this summer Tie lad Hon Charles Reed manned the honlast summer lint Mr Reed ccot oni Ihls anii uu wiiiu Mr Wiicox walt 1illing To undertake it hineilI the owns have about did d imtt to lease it af ill and will prohal l iOA twit it into a Lmardin house ov dose i it entirely CIKMMC IMON Advocated by One of the Big Mith odfst BIshops Louisville Ky April 9 I want to le quoted to tilt peunV and the bishops of ihe Southern church who are iiwi ill session ugly a square1 from here us in favor of restoring the organic I I union of the two branches of Methodlsnl said Bishop McCabe of Philadelphia at tho meeting of the board of bishops of tho M 1E church an Trinity Chapel Perhaps 1 go further than most of the other Northern bahoug here ad ded the bishop At any rate I speak out while some of my associates probably have the same opinion but are more conservative In expressing them IMPORTANT 1JIIT Passed by the House in the Illinois Legislature Today Springfield III April 29A bill prohibiting common lax marriages and fixing the penalty at five hundred dqllars for any cleric setting a mar riagd license to persons undor age VaS passed by the house today TODAYS 1 MARKETS Whont0110n Close May S8 87 V4 July 83 82 Corn May 40 457s t July 46 45 Outs May 28 28 July 2S 28M 110ll 1i 1210 1215 Ilfltton j J 787 g 701 7 SI 741 1 I IOct 757 HII Storks I C 15f rn 157- tiItCN llth4 1- 41iiiiiiI I LATE MOVEMENTS PORTEND LITTLE Russian Ships Seen Occasion ally By Passing Vessels Admlm Tovoy Quoted an Shying Jtiifffiiiiiia Will Win tint Naval Battle 1 LAND FORCKS AUK CONFIDENT Tokio April 29The Russian Second Pacific squadron was sightedI off Cape Yare la 70 miles ofI Kamranh Bay- ltusshui General Confident Genshu Pass Manchuria April 29General Llnevitch in an inter view expressed himself satisfied with the pre ert condition of the Russian army and its readiness to assume the offensive He manifested emphatic regret for the retreat from Mukden The new commander In chief be lieves the peril to the army at that Juncture was overestimated and that the day was far from being lost when the retreat was ordered He al so pronounced the retreat from Tie pass unfortunate and unnecessary Dewy Thinks Rusluus Will Win Washington April 29Admlral Dewey expects Admiral Rojeslvens kys ships to defeat Admiral Togos fleet unless the Inferior personnel of the Russian navy completely offsets Its superiority in battleships Accord Ing to Admiral Dewey the battelshlp Is the unit In naval warfare and the nation which has the most in line wluil the battle As Americas high est naval expert Admiral conclusions shared by manyDeweysI prominent officers of our shaped the policy now being pursued by this government to develop the navy In tire direction of strengthen lugitsbattieVhw line the torpedo boat has riot been discarded but J1BSI been relegated to a subordinate crulsIersas peaeoI rieIveloped 1 ny of his fellow officers does ncH think well of the Russian personnel but calculating the probable out come upon his theory of battleship strength the Russians have a decid ed advantage The Japanese nUll prove faulty Admiral Deweys esti mate of the value of torpedo boats but he is willing to stand upon his prediction that In battle the torpedo boats of Japan will not take a conspicuous part Riot nt Medical Coiiffrenw London April 29A dispatch from Odessa says that during a meet ing of the ambulance secretaries to llscuss the Inadequate measures ta Icen uy the government to preven the spread of cholera epidemic eight police spies were discovered in a building where the meeting was held Time doctors attacked the spies vigorously and a company of Cossacks Was called and disposed of the meeting Two women medical eta dents were 1 killed in the fight and several others were seriously injured I BOWEN RKCALLKI Several Chnngcs in tho Diplomatic Corps Washington D C April 290tfc- ld announcement was made today at the state department of the Intention to recall Minister Bowen to Washington from Caracas Venezuela and appoint Minister Russell now at Bogota Columbia to succeed Bowen and appoint Minister John Barrntt now at Panama to succeed Russell at Bogota SKVKRIS SIIAKIC Hi Switzerland and Prance Hut No Casual io Geneva April 29An earth quake was today felt throughout th south portion of Switzerland and southern Franco early this morning There was damage to property inI Geneva and Chamounlx and a num ber oftowns In Canton and Venus but no casualties are reported A girl Isnt a poem meiely be i t uuae she Is averse to a poet HKMAINS AHHIVR Funeral of the Late today Mr KHhii llnrrl The remains of Mr VJIiliu Harris who died in Rochclle La Wodnes day arrived al noon today and tin funeral was held this afternoon at 3 oclock from I the SKeltun boarding house on North Sixth street under the auspices of the Odd Fel lows and Red Men A letter to a brother of the deceased shows that death was caused bj a congestve chill The deceased left Paducah Monday morning and wrote a letter to his brother Tuesday nlthl saying that he had the third rousts live chill on tthe train He was feel- Ing better however and would go to Rochelle that night On reaching llochelle the fatal attack came THE PRESIDENT MAY UK ASKED TO lOiVDI TKAMS TKUH STItlKIC AT CHICAGO IVdernl maul Jury lo Act If KvlI deuce of Itoycoltt IN IMscoveiiH- llly Olllcials Chicago lllinoifl April 29 President Koosevelt may be appealed to o end the teamsters strike as he did of the anthracite rued miner A resolution asking the president to force the employers of Chicago to arbitrate and prevent soldiers being sent here will he Introduced at a spe cial meeting of the Chicago Federa tion of labor tomorrow States Attorney Healey who has been Investigating the teamsters strike says that if evidence of a con spiracy to boycottt the business firms 101 restrain trade is found the grand jury will return indictments The grand jury Wil submit its final report todayThe strike situation has assumed bigI proportions and yiere was general rioting at noon as a result of which a number of persons were seri waRonsIcorner of Franklin and Madison streets Nonunion drivers war nrm pd with revolvers and defend themselves firing indiscriminately n fti silado of more than twenty shots OUe of these injured Charles Llbln sky a spectator Police running front all directions were soon in 811tI flceiit numbers to disperse the crowd and several negro drivers were ar restedSerious ttrouble occurred at other points and our negro narrowly escaped lynching by a mob The packers have delivered an ulti matum to their drivers that they must either deliver goods to boycotted firms or suffer discharge and this means a spread of the strike to the yards FIITY UlCPORTICI KILLKI BY A CVCLONKI f AtiHtln Tex April 2U Laitf i no on tlie Mexican iMirtler IK S reported almost vvilittlcut l hjis- it cyclone v IItepoitssiiy that fifty were + killed und Hotel1 Catlietlrnl uud othoi largo liuililiitKH destroyed Laivdo hUH H population of I I 0111111111111IOIlOIl I RICH XKV YORKERS In a IlIIIU Owenvllle S C Today Jreenville S5 C April 29 A special beariiiii Robert C Ogdeu anti party prominent New Yorkers who were returning front Columbia was I wrecked near lien today W W Cunning IhflOl WHS caught In the wreck und burned to death Severai of the guests were slightly InjuredIt later learned that three others were killed in the wreck H flagman two negro waiters Sevt ra guests received broken bones and other injuries 2ionrir Paccer head Milwaukee Wis April 29Witli- ons Plunkinton the millionairi packer meti hotel owner died Iii aiuiuini uuvU sixty 1 MURDERED HIS WIFE WITH STICK OF WOOD Henry Huge Then Drowmi 11 iini J sell in River TUilInii Kxccut il In Ntv Orlifui I 1hudei1VunulII and lieu Son pliyviated III Toledo TVIIAIE UILLIII isv EXPLtlacV Manlorville Minn Aprilii Sirs Henry lt1gr xvis ulultlll1l v dried here und the liotlv of iir i iI 1 hand found in the river near l Uoge had been diinldiiK trilll r iuarrcling with his wife hrlI I herI on the head with a stirItII + indict ing injuries from with ll tiled soon llflerwartls Tile i Ill was witnessed by neighbors ont were attracted by the tole screams butt before they con hi il- fore Hose had finished Ills 1 o escaped Bog was I traced river where his remains w eiv i ISo II cl to Muflii lineI Ntv Iticnts Inii I IIrIpara was XPIt IIIt liie partijl In nn yYsIItlilI l lllrrnUUn 111 IllyI Ire lice of Ills uual 11111111I of fur the tunrdr of vt11olio It1 anoThl Timpi for wiiich A p1 I hangedvas our of a sits of u dies Kiowiurf out of an Itail in i rJ The fend has cost seven IheI began ot May 7 1 itlli 2 weiti 11 dor Luciano brother of Anioi tempted to murder Charles lIIii itt- I Ilia anti Kraiicesti Ceuova 1 nio part icipatiHl in I lie shoot in no our was hurt Op duly 11III Salvflor was the rear of his leothersI with Antonio Luigi Luciano In and Vincent Vulwa when a rrv I ofmu IllvaJetl the aimed Ii l irelI 81Ih QjriTiehli wounded Oarrnchii sni qlllItbdltd Antonio 1van ilI lint HHI MMIV tthfrlater ljlledi by Aspara Two AilI hialfIlI Toledo Apri i i h- 11I1 hl were attractedI I to j the hI Margaret Many by the n barking of u dot and lien had broken halo the house tII l Mrs Hariy and hr son Willian I been asphyxiated Iiy coal gas Twelve Miners1 i Killed- in6uir J- Pa April 21I 11- 1Ilnl irn qI ki11d by Ill i10iI- coal Illilli at Eleatli shaft lai n- iOn miner was so badly injure I i iIII will the IHllousmHIOKS CO i i Mis Wllford Bedew holds tl l 1111I i v Ticket in Their 1htwlllg Mrs Wllford Rogers of 11 illIdlwI i I given away by Hhodcslin tm Friday afternoon TIlt drawing was held at t i ei k uul Ithe big store on Fourth si r Cas thronged with ladies ullr 4 hy il It is estimated there were Illl jI ly four or five hundred housekeep s III the sloe The McDoumill kitchen rrflini iiti something new a cabinet Ithai M the rook half her time by Iing everything right before her s vujj many u footstep Like all gooj things the agency of this cabinet wit j placed with this enterprising linn suh mctIthe women of Puducnh i Y Filially Settle It The Allurd liination whieii In en Inin on for the jji i etten years in Patina iis jirohaIIl now oxerI The list decision ol yin- IeOurt r of appeals in ithe case ofi IsIViva Ulard to obtain a dower in1 terest in certain property difjioct Ito Tom and Edna Alard lit tlateI Oliver Allard was iiiit she had II iloxvcr interest Hadt MrsI Allard v otI- i11 IrI e she would have been l1i1 t to in interest in several van d aI I buildings here Iyu stares at SrItdfi- end Broidwuy il U tvt tire ttr- Irv groins uhf I Kriedman h 1111 = house th loe IIViiiei home on y 01 1ouith a bHi e a Jifth and tllrt ie a rIi1II i ilrri510 I nl Ie- I III y J CT rwo IRE PADUCAH EVENING SUN SATIRDAV APRIL 20 rIRCUS WEDNESDAY PADUCAH SAYIO EooMir oTMoDnilA1asFHflur s- hfiTOREffYL J ANDSElU 8808 r llfS91fJlIlllJElTJ u T E- fiSEATESTr 1 r GATHERING OF rr fjr WORLDFAMOUS L rr FEATURES EVER I Icr EFFECTED FORMING AN- tt l tfifinFOmoN OFrAMlMAl I l 1 WONDSRS HUMAN ACHIEVEMENTS j J AND SPECTACULAR GRANDEUR NEVER BEFORE DEEMED POSSIBLE Ii i nii1 THE SUPERB NEW PATRIJTJ PAt AU I JOOOCHARACTS1 Ill SPIECTACLE 4 A Marvelous Rueslan- a w WOLROWSKYS Whirlwind Dancers CAPT VERBS 2 TROUPES TRS 2 SEALS 1I THE CHAMPION EXPERTS OF tHlHEUNDnRA IUUAyrt ALL THE WORLDS MILITARY MEN p UIOF 6AI FOLD CIRCUS liven 300In aPERFORMERS RINOS In theAIR AND ON t STAGES 0 POLAR BEARtESTOlVNtiMPfl 7CCCA Mammoth African HufeTusked SlantEared inUU AND War Elephants and Three Big lords ol ISEST ACTING ELEPHANTS T NUS TROUPE PROSPER TROUPE EATEST OF EUROPES ACROBATS 0BRIEN TROUPE n the Latest and f REATEST OF EUROPEAN r tXPL01TS S v J if ly t- f ft 4 M d 1Ib111I h nnw uill 1Y I1 rl iI The Longest Grandest Richest FREE STREET PARADE Ever Seen tvrry Morning at 10 oclock One SOCent Ticket admits to Everything children under 12 years Halfprice Doors open at 1 and 7 P M Performances Begin at 2 and 8 P M I Reserved seat and admission tickets may be secured on day of tow at McPhersons Drug Sipre Fourth and Broadway at same y1 JtV grounds TKV WAlT PLACK HlllM r Of Applent ions 111 Allthi tiut of License Inspector t larks UtsIKnlltltJlI i ruse Inspector Ed Clark has tivslaued but when he is randy to ii Texasi for his health in a short Jb will do so and there are al dy oitiht or ten applicants for the ant y when It occurs Among them are Messrs Ed Rlv JI R Gray George Lenhard B Farrow Arthur E Bailey Win t rd Uolifrt Caldwell the telephone Iii mid Jesse Ullmnn Kcr our iniv line of swlKS curtain J l ciul value hi tin se for 100 pair lUDY IMflLLIlS at CO NIdA MACIIINJ S re On Thrirt Way to the I C I Shops i iw machines for the Paducah hopsJ aire en route here and the total cost will amount to near 5 00 ILast year Paducah shops got 20 1100 worth of new machinery but several other machines were needed and ordered several weks ago Th6 improvements which have been math and now under nnurm of completion and several which are now pending will make the Paducah shops appro priation a very large item on the systems total expense account LMdicV good quality lawn waist lickedI front and back latest sleeve nt 100 nellY PHILLIPS ti CO 11 Clh try Ends Rev W K Cave has returned from Henderson Ky when he attended the meeting of the Paducah Presby tery Marlon Ky was chosen as the place for the next meeting The Presbytery elected as its general commissioner to attend the general assembly of Southern Presbyterian churches at Fort Worth Tex May 18 Mr E Rehkopf of Paducah i r I It r 1 4 lHOUSE CLEANING t MADE EASY r Dead Stuck Roach Paste Ground Cedar Ammonia Bon Ami Scrubine Hand Sapolio All Kinds of Washing Powders Scrubbing and Cleaning Brushes We I JensonIable rJaKe liiederman Grocery and Baking Company Inc High Grade Goods at Low Prices I IJiI v tOJ A THREE COKNERD I IiFIGHT PROMISED Over Moving the County Stial ol Ballard County ii i Bnrlcnv Ilns Piled Suit Asking for a Vole and Now Lh Center Also Wants Court House THE PEOPLE MUCH INTERESTED The fight In Ballard county over the removal of the county seat from Wlckllffe is becoming complicated The people of fcarlow as published sometime ago have filed a petition asking for a vote at the November election on moving the county seat from Wickliffe to Barlow A great deal of feeling has been engendered as the people of Wick llfte are naturally very much oppos ed to having their prestige impaired Now however the people of La Center the new Illinois Central town have decided to take a hand in thi affair and are preparing a petition asking that a vote also be taken on i III WlclIII of i this will be It requires a twothirds vote to move the county seat but in event removing It to two different places is voted on it has not been explained how the question will lie settled unless after the vote is counted I the county seat Is adjudged to belong in the town receiving the largest vote of the three I The Wickliffe Yeoman says of this attaInI by the state Is that a vote may be taken pn Barlow and La Center and that In the event two thirds of the people of Ballard county vote to move the county seat the one of the two places Barlow or La Center receiving a majority of that twothird vote would be entitled to the court house propollI tion if correct where it can be handled much easier than if the vote is taken on one place for neither of tho Places could poll a full vote for the other while evert fellow who is in favor of moving the county seat can vote for his choice in the deal and every vote cast for removal will be counted against Wickliffe and in fa vor of the place polling the largest vote While the law gives Wickliffe the worst end of the deal it seems I to be a Just proposition for if two thirds of the people of the count uif desirous of moving the county seat tthe will of the twothirds should be carrjed out Of course the place los ing the capitol in the contest might be glad of an opportunity to talte the vote back but the vote would necessarily have to be counted as cast and the one losing would have no recourse The vote means we hope a settlement of this question for all times to come and In that event we are glad it IU going to be taken oooooooooooo 0 O BASHBALL DOPE OP r 0 000000000000t Till NATIONAL LIMES American League- R IIIC Chicago 10 11 1 Detroit 610 3 Batteries Altrock and McFar land Kltson and Sullivan RITE Cleveland 2 C 0- Jt Louis 310 1 Batteries Moore and Bemis Morgan and Weaver UIIE Boston 0 6 i Vashlngton 1 4 1 BatteriesWinter and McGovorn Patton and Klttfedge RILE- New York Ili 8 1 Philadelphia 711 Batteries Orth Hogg Clarkson0I Clelnow and McGuire Bender chreck nndII Xnlloiinl League- R II E Brooklyn 3 7 1 New York 2 8 3 Batteries Scanlon and flitter Wilts and Bremalittn RILE Philadelphia 0 3 2 Boston 2 SO Batteries Duggleby and Abbott Young and Needham RUE Pittsburg 411 0 Jhlcago 2 E 1 Batteies Hobertallle and Pelts Drown and Kling o Sf Louis Ciric lfoatlI rain I AlllCnCllll ABROCIlltlOII Columbus 4t Paul 0 Toledo 3 Milwaukee 11 Indianapolis 1 Kansas City 2 Louisville 11 Minneapolis 1 The Paducah High school basebail team lleft this tafternoon at 1 oclock for MetEppolis to play the High school team of that city Last Saturday the locate defeated the Illinois boys on the Padu ail diamondl and a return date was asked The gasoline boat Alert was secured to tako the team down The High school team will try to arrange a game with the Cairo High school team for noxt Saturday The Famous and L A L teams will meet tomorrow morning at the 1 C grounds In the first game of theI city Ileague series The Centrals will In the afternoon meet the Marlon l 111 team In a match game The Paducah K I T league team will tomorrow afternoon open a se ries of two games with the Flourka of se Louis a strong Independent team The Flourks areall1 to be hard hitters and a stronger team than the Deals the latter team bay ing a reputation of being the strong est independent team in fit Louis The lineup for the FamousL A L IamollsIDrahlcBrown sb Davis tb Robinson Mix If Randall cf Boss rf L l1liI LBlock c DIcke p Lesher fb Dargal sb Frederick tb Ilugg ss Andrecht if Decker cf Theobold irL We have 4gust received some choice patterns la velvet mill Axinlnster carpets lUTHY PHILLIPS CO Ladies wiilto imVli shlvtwrtlst suits trimmed in ombrohdif Stu0 to 5 RUDY PJIILtllS l CO An extra quality flue Jnpancwe iiintting In now designs anti choice coloi for 25c ynril RUDY PIOTJLIPS s co STYLE In every garment the finest of workmanship materials and Our thoroughly present dependableI NEW FABRICS Is extraordinarily pleasing fine line of Coverts Whipcords and light weight Cheviots for Top Coats and a splendid assortment of highgrade Suitings M SOLOMON tl13 South Third Old Phone lOltta q vjir= I 4 t TIC f INCIPLE OF SPENDING 1 i What is your ambition To get as much pleasure out of life as possible and to make everything give way to satisfying that ambition What is your idea of pleasure To spend as much money as you can on any tiling the passtag fancy dictates Therprinciple of speridinU Is this Make every dollar purchase a dollars worth of i ehjoymerit If you don t get but 90 cents worth you are llosing ten cents on e pendverYthat money so that you can sane the extra teri cents or else spend it in some wa- If y where you will receive an equivalent you can Spend your wfiole Income right joie will probably do better than by saving a part for moriey spent right is better than money saved But it takes more effort than you roD b1y make 16 spend a good income rightfv Ivtbst per hbtly today has a good income so1 this rnlf be Striking dt ybu Is it Think it over- MECHANICS I AND FARMERS SAVINGS BANK 227 Broadway 1r 1m I Ll1 lt 1 JSrU DOROTHY i DODD j OXFORDS t Ii j I rragerr the in in champane chocolate tans and patent kid in nil styles 250 and 1 it00 Our Stock df IIisSCSrand j childrens oxfords and r strap sandels is such Ii that it will please all iQ mi iIVl l I ttuv SJx itli1jic lI TOHJJ inethe world is the steamship ride through the fjords and islands along the beautiful Alaskan coast Special low rates are mode via the Chicago c NorthWestern Ky from all points and six tours from Pacific Coast points on the superb steamship City of Spokane of the Pacific Coast Steamship Co have beets arranged for the summer monthsIn with a trip to the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Port land this offers a most novel and In teresting summer vacation trip Folders and maps with full par ticulars regarding rates and sailing dates sent on receipt of 2c stamp W B Kniskern P T M Chicago 11- 1Tho host lines of mattings at the lowest prices lire on side In our cat pet lennrtnicnt BUOY PHILLIPS CO Ladies gingham petticoats made of good qimllty gingham blue and white stripe flu1 7fle- IIUDY PHILLIPS CO r rr II WE ARE SELLING A TOR AND OF SPEEDY ALL KINDS DuBoIs WANTED SECTS IN KOLB ANY SAlfUII I A to a a at in IRIEldileaeasom At urleu wife WB in rendi tion the lad and Irrc alir Slo Since CirJul she ll In better health than fur tho put fire years It U beat 4 4- y j fieo Rockt If reL 321ose see Broadway jiidIiI 1JJir1tI1i 17LlUefMl Nu q F lr THE EQUAL tI OWALKOVER i WALKOVERFor i i r See the hew styles f0- rsing in and I shoes pat kid itld allstyles 1icess f 350 and 400 ytt want your boy to look I nice dont fail to get a d 1 pfair of shoes from Geo Rock He has the best e CJ 1 I IIIAt tlJttr u ISterling Silver s p a bur stoqk off is unususilly large and varied this season and includes new and particularly beautiful pat terns in tableware toilet articles Wont you step in and look it over t Jo L 0 WOLFFJEWELER I ENV r aKm 1 OUR OWN MAKES wi OVhtoWe offer cur make of Pianos atiiI low prices and on i k tr ItdaysIt l i I I j I 1It 1 iiT GOOD MEDICINE t i A co a k 1 Ij b I When you are sick be sure carefully select GOOD medicine one that the experience of others proves will YOU GOOD Such medicine you will find in V Relieves v t nS I SfIMU Fem Cures 1i le r L Bains We kness Aka draggingal i irregularity weakening etc you will find that this wonderful medicine will relieve J IIsensations I and suffering strengthen your system and generally drive away all your temale troubles It i harmless reliable It will give you health Sold every drug store 100 bottles IOPiANS BEST OroTa III deplorable One hcailulie btcfcaelio nienitcuiil Uklng I i womaus mead- e lIJf Fw j oxfords taiisV in i If 1 Silverware some etc DO discharge 1 WRITPatutde all Umldltr and write ua rreelyaad klr lu strictest confidence lelllal UIIII1J a your arnnptomandtroubleslWeultiaen4Free JfhC1I 10 plaia aealedenrelopehowto tare them AddreartLdtesAdrlaoryfcp6ThetLettaooogaSudCObAttanoogaTsffI d yr d ti C+ l 4 Lhi e3 ic 4 I + 4lirNijl 1 1ii tR y i I r- L r TIIIUF91TURDATJ r I J I or L1 J 4 L n = = 0 T 1V 1 a 0Q y PATENT INGER IPPC- DSIL GLo ES- aa uarantcc ticltet with cve tilt i LOOKshades and siyles lV TH At HEM k Ilownro of tho JUST AS GOOD kina They are never the gonuln- II JfJ KAYSEK u j THE IklNDTttM DONT WEAR OUT at the fmqr aide Jfyoulnd I the namoizvJW you tine 1 I the genutneungne3Nonebly Iho best silk love evr madeO 4+ The Wein Society p fpo AUVENTUUBS OK I PHRASMS 1 Love You once escaped from out he dictionarys pages It ltd oek the opportunity Awaited through tho as With anxious heart he bled him forth When fortune good beset him Ho hadnt wandered long before This IB So Sudden met him L Ipgdtheron tho rosy way Whfle tUrn in arm they plodded Behind thorn gay I told You So WIth learned wisdom nodded Puck Recital by Miss Hoiitdon alto event for the coming week IsI thjo recital to he given by Miss Fran ces Tempest Herndon at the 1ten1 lucky theatre on Monday Miss Herndon Is delightfully nymim tHo tic ta her rendiuons of prose anti poetry and easily carries her audl i once with her Her selection for Monday QVonlng arc especially hap f J py njidjior viywtllo talent wlii be lJi quiteI equal to the diversity of theme J Sho will bo assisted bj the beet mu slat talent Miss McCandlees off New Xbxit who renders a violin splo Is a finished musician having stud j led under the beat masters of New York gjttOInajre8her dobut before a rPdlAal 1 attaUejIegOIL Monday swan t Ing tire otbtni ave popular Padu I cali favort s MjM IJfirndon xpects loglvo a roc al In asbvile Tenn vQ1z sphin The1 IbUowhig Is the attmctlvn i htitifor tolldaY4venin B h Plano WJla Prof Hftrry Gilbert p p Prelude In C minor Chopin JO To spring Qrel- gI JCUIng Miss Prances Tempest Iierndonliovv Qror Simon Got 1 N IonGtelow VocalI Bolobtr BdwjnI J tax Qn fleeted IlBadtng Miss Herndpn TrinJ SqexUB from To Have and to Hold Vjfolln solo Miss McOandloss So loc ti- JteadingMiss HerndonSeeIY Bpwrlta Glelow Vocal soloMr Robert Scott paudale4oStuart t Reading Miss IlerndonA SIs torly SchopieR C Banner Vocal eoloMrg David AI Flourtt b noy Arla from Carmen Cest t ales Controban411wi tJJiwt Reading MliJJ Heradon De DoaII Kri4vtgtiyjcGAGOk- Remarks by Judjgo tHY RugbyI S House Pily nt this Pine I IMrand Mrs Joseph L Friedman e will eotnrtain a house party at their j charming and hospitable couiiiry place Tlie Pines In Arcadia the rr coming weak The guests are Judge and MreIL D MoLaug4Uin Mr awl Mrs John Iloth and little Unughtor 1 f 1 II III E t an t xYO YOU SUFFER I WITH TOOTH ACHE4 i oJ tiWo milky n sure tooth ache 4 4ciftc For sale at Soules drug atge per bottle We guarantee it it do the work J srWe do all kijuls of tooth work J tfactlug tOatH aspQctaUyijyI tlifi greatest method known SojuQoform absolutely without 3 kw- tills aer J SlAMRER BROS Dentists Offlcw 3O9 Broadway Over Icftt1lCri lbne51toe StarE e Both Phonosv- ii t nU J LouUe all prominent people of Chl caliiondite IcLaughlin is a lawyer of notl acid Mr fRoth Is manager ot the AudUprium Annex lUlU Groat Northern hotel Various Paducah paoplo will ho guests at Tho Pines during thn wapk and there will be- sotnpkotyiflIrLIpCtiOne in honor of tho distlnguisliaU visitors 4 IchllluihiJ Kiistci Card Party Mrs David Van Culins card party on I rjday afternoon was a very beautiful and elaborate affair Being among the first of the Easter func tions It carried out tho Idea very charmingly throughout tho house decorations and in other ways Th rooms were effectively decorate with plant and flowers the Master lilies being much in evidence and rabbits and chickens were grouped among the flowers The tallies wore rabbits and the games were count ed with candy eggs Thorq were fifteen tables and the prizes wore all pieces of Japanese ware The first prize six Japanese berry dlsh4s was won by Miss Holen pecker MUM Llllia foao Winstead captured the second prize a Japa nese teteatete set 111 Charles Kl gor carried off the lone hand prize a cr olor jar in Juimnese1 The booby rrizo a Japanese doll was won by Mrs May Bloke and tie consolation prize a Japanese afternoon tea cup w OregQryThe vas very attractive and Delightful and further emphasized the pretty Master erect The individual Ices were rabbits and the cakes were cboconto Iced with Easter lilies A Tiyidjlay i ii throughout the afternoon A Summer Homo IIn Paducah lion Given Campbell of St Louts com1l1etlnglh timer home he expects to build shortly In Arcadia Mr CaiuDboIl bought the old Mule place sometime since which fs beautiful for situatloh and with the home he contemplates will be an Ideal place The plans for the house have already been drawn and work will be begun noon Mr Campbell Is a native of Padu cah and many of his family live here He expectg to divide his time be tureen St Louts and Paducah spond log his suiqmera here lIe and life charming wlto wlil bo additions to Padiicoli xpclal life 0 UrjoUy Barter Cotillion 1hq falter gentian given by a number nf the young men In society at the Pftlmer hqtiiw on Wsdnesdav evening was an especially pretty and delightful affair The Iavors were ap propriate to the season und Included dainty baskets of Banter eggs sunbonnets hlcluins pipes American nags which wero used with charm- Ing effect In the figures A very clever feature was the telegram fig uro for the yburig men each tole gram conta iyad a iakeojtt on tho re cIplent The charming evening gowjjs anti tljjai pr ttlJrrf 8dded the touch flf spring beauty bpd Easter bloom to tho snOlYftbe8ceno Amonp gtot ptiIlfllt X9r Uw Anne Rhea of ir aByiito fOIl Miss Llzzette AIcGuIro oT Dalt n ore Misses Llllle May Winstoad Fannie Coleman Rehla Coleman Monlqia I Hopkins May OWon Nell Holland Mafbel McNIchols Helen Decker Myrtla Decker Hallle Hlsey Bthoi Morrow Elizabeth Sinnott Martha I Leech MlonfcB Terrell IIlItt18 Terrell Frances Terrell Ruble Corbett Faith angstaff Robbie Loving Ma nle Cobb Henrietta ICs or May Davit Retta Hatlleld Annie May Yei ser Irene Scott Messrs Charles All cott Pluto Alcdtt Douglas Bagby John Brooks Frank Judea Toni- hnrripgnJ Arthur Evpreji Blnnton Allej Prank Uopne Pat iMcKlrath Norbert Hawkins Henry Rudy Saunders Fowler Edmund Clark Morton Hand Joe Exall Arthur p a t Martin Harry Gilbert Fred Wade Walter Ivergon Ben Frank Hoy Cul ley Earl Norton Douglass Nash Harry Spillnin SAm Dreyfus Cal houo RlcKe of Trenton Tann Bur rett of Hopkinsvllle Dr Vernon Btythe pr IL B Howell The chaperon s wore Mr and Mrs John W Scott Mrs S H Win stead Mrs Armour Gardner and Mrs May Hlolte IMlrlJloSollt Club club gave haute Its third at the Palmer jupuspon Tuesday evening It was n jilbsldelightful occasion with a largo att ndjinco and tho dancIng was onjgyqd rwmO30 to 2p m The club will entertain again In about three weeks Tho o present woro Mr and Mrs Iv6 Pottlt Dr and Mrs Max i1W1 MlsBBS XJlcot Nicholson Cnrrye fJIclmlgon Neva Hill Ella Bryan Alma Cppf Edna Wright Clara Goodman May Belle Beyer Ortanco Thurman Mary Goftgcn Jes BO Rqok Jtfabol1 Shelton Mildred MejcwejJ Siva Matthew May Blclch Floyd Swift AJeiisrs Frank Hill h41 Woblfplk Ernest Karnes Wll liam jyoAJUJstsr John McDowell rank BJnckliff Frank Kolley Wil liam J DIcke Mike Kelley Frank Judge Gordon Barham Roy Katter John William Nicholson Howard Sholton Edgar Warren Robert Sours Tom White George Holllday O Delightful Club FuncLlon The Paducah Chose Clincher and Whist club celebrated Its fourth an Ivorsary on Tuesday by n reception for lathes In the afternoon from to C ocjock and a smoker for mon in the evening It was one of the nota blo functions of the week The handsome dub rooms were charmingly decorated with flowers and plants although nredinc noth lug to add to tlu artistic effectt of their appointments Carnations and cards with the dub tout of nuns Stamped In gold wore given as sou venire In the afternoon Deals or chestra played daringI theI hours and dellghtfuf punch was served Anif ni ute ladles who assisted in receiving wore Mrs 11 L Van Culfn Mrs bowie M flake Mrs J D Morquot Mrs W P IJradshaw Mrs Jacob ValleiBtcln Mrs D L Wolff Mrs U L Meyer Mrs D M Flournov Miss Carrie Rick Miss Julia Stott Miss Elizabeth Hinnoft MSK FaithI angstaff Mlsn Angio Thomas Miss Holen Alcott Miss Marjorie Baby Mips Fannie coietnau Miss Rclla Coleinaiii A Uirpe number of takes called during the afternoon At the ovenlnp smoker pipes werr- prostsntod the men a souvenirs The hours wero Informally spent In smok ing and with Ramos and music A XfiiBjiiui crowd was present all evening A number of Invitations were issued to both oceisions The club is the most successful ono Paducah Ihas ever has aili i a is on vary high plane Dr J Q 1 avim Is the popular president Tint I o aver 200 members with mui npiiii catlons ahead The House Committee who also had charge of the anni versary celebration are Mr W F Sradshaw Jr Mr Emmett S Bagby and Mr Charles Thompson Delphic Club The Delphic club held Its final meeting for the season on Tuesday morning at the club room in the Carnegie library and rounded up Its y oars tour among French titles with omo final glimpses of Paris and the reach government Flip Church ofI tlt6 liadolaln6t Val Jntecstlnlfly MI cried lyr Mrs J C Flournoy The Parka Boulevards and Cafes of Par- isJ Today were delightfully outlined by Mrs R If Phillips The Preat- t of French Republic and Hls Cabinet wore cleverly sketched by Mile Helen Lowry The club will not meet agalnU1tn the first Tuesday In October The Ulcers for the now club year arC + Mrs Robert Becker Phillips prosl lent Mrs George Flournoy vice resldwit Mrs Mary Mocquot Wat son secretary and treasurer Tho study will he yhe Wpmor of ranee v1The retiring officers who have edttpglc twpyear terms with flejafj ihijitl are Mrs Frank Paranj president Miss lichen Lowry irl- lrolldent Mrs Eilzabeth Atitilnj secretary and treasurer 4k Knjoyiible Easter Party PllbanLawrence Dallam entertained 1- number of his friends on Monday af ernoon with a pretty Easter pArty Ot tljoltOBiB af hill grand parpritnt1 Hr and Mrs Henry Raiiltlii ori l WE ARE SELLING A HAPIJ AND SPEEDY EXTERM1NA TOR FOR ALL KINDS OP IN I hYii 1l4JffJ WAfrt fJ DUBOIS KOLA A CO 1 10 II 1 AL p 11DrOAdwlIIThe hours were eujoya bly spent In hunting Easter eggs in the yard aud with various genies and pleasures An attractive lunch- eonI Walarved during the afternwi and eac l child was mad happy with a telephone box of randy jjThe children present were Ella Caldwell Edith Sherrlll Juliett Thompson Jennie Rascb EllsabeLh Qvlelc UUzabeth Hinkle Luctle Cov In toit Muscoe Burnett Tim Hag hah Henry Allison Palmer Janes Lem QlvJ Lawrence Powell Sin npfct Meyers Hinton Brown AUurJci LcaTttt at ill Louis James Smith retiglttl xhIUl M VtUo JJowitt Willlata Burnett William llughcs Ollie Thompson Elizabeth Ptiryear Sam iLangstaff G ergo LftUffstaST Frank Kolb Ton Rlynts Thompson Rivers Fie Wilcox Jane Adair Wright JSIIen Rai chile Elisabeth Murphy SouKCyclc In Mnylleld The songcycle In a Persian garden that was recently given in Pa ducah with such success was pre sented in Mayfleld on Tuesday even trig by Paducah talent Thoee taking part were Mrs D lIL Flournoy so prano Miss Mamie Dryfuss contralto Mr Emmet Bagby bass Mr Robert Chastaine tenor and Mr Harry Gilbert pianist The Paducah people who attended the performance wore Mrs Jesse Gilbert Mrs Kitty Willis Mjs E E Ellis Miss Willie Willis Miss Garnett Buckner Miss Fnnnle Coleman Miss Rella Cole uan Miss Elizabeth Sebree Mr Richard Scott Mr Max Herman Mr Joseph ball Mr David M Flour noy Mr Happx A large and iippreriativ audience hoard the cycle and the party wan arertainrd with an informall reception I at the Ellis Hall after the con Cl A toiDliiR Jontfltllinmcllt Th woman comwiittee of the Y M f A is ariiuiKirm an entertain nint to IIP Livcn ill Tin1 Kentucky swn pshihi Mil1 ominc week It will consist nf iIWD lilri nnact fart earl thIls will lie filled bv OTVIC of tll h t nnialciir and pro fessional talent A merlins was held last evening with Miss Ora Leigh on Broadway to arrange the drattlls One farm is entitled San et and will lIv played hy Mrs Charles Jarred of Kvansvillc Mrs Janus Young t Miss Flora Mar flarklt Miss Anne Bird Sicwan Mr hitherI ricott Mr Kmtnet Baaby and Dr Freeland Tbc cnii of 1hrsanndl farce fis Dr Olivia Nelon Mr Kdin J PaxtOC and Mi Bah Caldwcll riiildtfiiN Ilastor Pjjrly Mrs Campliell liliiiiinny gave a IdiKlitol Kastfi party to about i Iurhl of her small friends on Viimluy afternoon from 130 to 030 her attractive home on West Jef fson rioiileiird An Easter egg htn was enjoerl in tho large yard Tr i tjesbnifnts Wet served In the tnits loom where the table was orettily decorateI with Easter de 111 GRINDS CRISP AND SNAPPY IEarly Breakfast Coffee is a rare blend of several choice varieties in proportions that produce a mild de licious and fragrant beverage The beam are finished by a polishing process which closes the pores and preserves the flavor and aroma Intact It 1iii lpacked in airtight parafinoIlnad bartons nUll opens up so fresh nnd crisp that when you grind It it crackles like a bunch of firecrackers Early Breakfast Coffee Is sold by all gro cers at 26 eeats a pound Try it in the cup and We will guarantee that youll like it OB well as any 35 cent coifco sold Every package contains a premium certificate Trade supplied by the Early Breakfast Coffee Co St Louis Mo I f Scieiilificf Training r j A Life Time= Experience I The Best Material r Obtainablet i Ts a couibltjatlon that produces perfectIon In the art ol filling Prescriptions AU of which you find at r I H w- e4 1 MclJl1 sons DRUG STORE Pliotiea ISO rt Presctipttoiis Called for dud der iivered f j 0 I =I IU THE DREAM OF THE DUST Ixmg be the shadow dim be the shadow that falls on thy grave Maureen Low the deep pulse of the poppIes that bleed where the marbles loan And the autumn grasses drifting in A wild wind over thy bed Brown since the year doth slumber brown as thy lowlain head I have but dreamed of thee vaguely as a shade that hath flown Maunon The shade of a presence angelic In a garment of exquisite sheen Pale It the vision and haunting but the fc8thpy have stolen the flame Centred i caught from the brightness pf tire that bath never a name- Lo as the witchlight hath led us In the beautiful days of old This vision of thee atlll leads me to a tomb that is carven and cold And out of Its darkness there leap to me memories shapvn of dust Their lips drip with wine of desire but their feet are stained with th must And the chill of the grave steals slowlyI while the red worms laugh in the mold And the vision of thee fades slowly to a mist that Is wan and cold Only the churchyard grasses hiding the poppies sheen Only the wild wind passingand the dream of the dust Maureen In that sleep when I dream of theo ever the old sorrow trembles between Tho I know thou hast called and art calling my pulses are numb Mau teen For thy beautiful lips and thy laughter have yielded thy sweets to the tomb The ravisher Death he hath sought thee and gathered thy bud and thy bloom Oh child that I loved But to clasp thee and feel the old rapture again To bear the old burden of kisses to share the old burden of pain Since thou sit long dead and I living have we lost in the gravps tangled green All that we loved and we sinned forlost to us both Maureen la that world whet all love becomes purer where the feet of the angels are swift And eyes with the lancelight of heaven In the rapture of heaven uplift Shall we wander on shores that are silent unclasping and sexless serene Oh love is that ever a heaven for souls like our own Maureen Better the gloom of the churchyard forever the sleep of the dust Undreaming and quiet unbroken by joy or by pain or by lust Better the wild wind waiting to whisper noth dead I ween Than to wake and to know we must forfeit the dream of the dust Mat rcen Mftfe T anierMagruderI Elder hurst Woodvllle Ky rvices A Ilarge nest of eggs and chick ens was tthe centerpiece Pretty Easter eousentrs were at each childs plate Among those present were Irene Flournoy Mary Terry Bur nett Louise Campbell Gladys Mills Elizabeth Reed Tandy of Frankfort Nellie Cave Frances Hays Anna Webb Phillips Floy Brown Everett Ellis ituscoe Burnett Jr Leonard Campbell Albritton Mills David and Maurice Levitt or SL Louis Richard Drown llinton Brown Jack Cave Joseph Beech T Phillips William Hughes tIntro Noun Club Miss Robbie Living entertained the Entro NOJS cluib very delightfully at cards on Tuesday afternoon at her home on Monroe street The first prize a luuidDalaled Picture was captured by Miss Mae Davis in a nIt with Miss Helen Decker and Mss Iletta Hatfield The booby prize a rabbit went to Miss Lillie Mae Win stead The tally cards were miniature yellow chickens end the Trhllu and yellow motif was also happily emphasized In the luncheon The decorations were white carnations with yellow chickens The guests were Mrs Ed Toof MIKKOR Union Decker Rntta Hatlleld Alllo Cabell Marjorie Bagby Beulah Rogers Llllie Mao Winstead May Owen Nell Hol land Frances Torrell Mae Davis Monlma Hopkins mWednesdays Organ Recital The sixth organ recital of Mr Harry Gilbert charming Wednesday af ternoon series at the First Christian church was greeted by a large and most appreciative audience The program was especially attractive and Mr Gilbert played the selections with his usual skill Mr Edwin J Paxton sang Loves Sorrow as the first solo and Thy Dear Byes aa tho second and responded to an on core Interesting Lecture Prof E Q Payne principal of the Paducah High school delivered an Interesting lecture on Tuesday even ing at the thigh school auditorium The subject was Julius Caesar and Roman Imperialism awl1 was ban- dIed in a masterly manner The lecture was illustrated with stereop tlcon views It was delivered espe cially to the Freshmen and Sopho more history classy but was hoard with lpterest by many outsiders Pleasant JfyilertuJnnicmt Wednesday evening at the home of Mr Chas Richardson qn South Third street a business social was held by the Baraca class of the Firs Baptist Sunday school It was a moat pleasant occasion Light refresh went were served and delightful music was rendered by Mrs T T Wllhoyt and Miss Richardson Ar rangements were made for a genera social later en t sAfforGonnaii Iiunchoon Party Miss Fannie Coleman and Miss Rella Colemau entertained with a TARTS VING TODAY I BY making In deposIt wIth the PADUCAH BANKING CO delightful luncheon at their home on West Jefferson street after the cotll lion on Wednesday evening It was a pretty compliment to the birthday- or Mr John Brooks and those present we r Misses Lllllo Mae Win stead Minima Hopkins Fannie and Roli r leniin Messrs John Brooks Harry Spillaiu Douglas B gby and Pit McKlrath W o W Easter flail The Woodmen of tho World i their annual mater ball at the Cnlin er House eon Monday evening v large crowd was in attendance aiul it was a most enjoyable and BUCCI ful affair 411- lotlgp Socllli nll1urr Olive camp and Magnolia circle 01 the Woodmen of the World gave f 9c i t t OCti11 WJOLIMLLHD IN I IJ 1AJt Bruwftojmt INGRAIN t70e low 114r w BUUSSBLS and per HRUSvSEr8 CARPETS assortment of suit 650IE iiiiNew Shipmentof China MattingsF IIIht quality Mathig tt6 pe as us 1l i ng tjargf p tteru + red orwalf fItcktt nnpatpigsr pr Ub La Ultfins godtt NottiuRhom Curtains 1 illI 15pOq1J f I Knit Underwear ti Lidle USpedalstt Springweight 1 low Hack no + f II r cirt I L 1 r HEALTH theMost HImportant manufacturers of Baking Powder have years of scientific experience Every method of breadari raising has been exhat tively studied in country abroad tJ result is a perfect uct in Royal Baking Powd There no substitute for purity efficiency Royal Baking Powder ha commended by highd authorities of world These f two impq things to all housekeeper 4 First that Baking 1 Is healthful and j wholesome food S that Bak- Ing I food j tasteI i ABSOLUTELYPURE 1 pleasant til their Indipf on Broadway on Wednesday ovrnlnj A I trial was an rnjoyalilo fea of the nvoniiiK and was and literary Dt lighlful refreshments were FarNovelty Untertalncd Misi entcrtlned tK Novel I y rliib most pleasantly a Thursdayl evening at tierI O wa ivil Missf MoElhatuy jthc first for the ladles and the M fr I I Miller captured the gentlemen L CotttltC t ttit a m CooLett sUre that mikes the most strenuous efforts to give MJ IIThe values is the one that deserves your patronage and wins A store backed by organization of energetic workers ymthe very best economy opportunities instance r rr SAW WOL PETS pretty leruf priced CARPttrS suwU huge figures bribt55ecolors yard broad rich designs arrived These finest wnrfi good carpel usual I 30cIshowy cwiet gieeu ktrAv juA e i 5 175ill rtt UUteu Suits white ribbed cotton stceve knee ltnlh = IIr 50c The Roy had cake this ai The pro is The and been the the facts mean tant Royal Powder makes Second Royal Powder makes ROYALABSOLUTELY I socinl root mock live there miisiral program scrvrd lul Dorris Martin homo south Fourth street Cinch Eunice wo prize Mi Katie Bauer booby prize be For CAR ITuderwear white rib 1T8Iicll vests aod pants silk j medium VIKht25c i special I I Ladies Spritisjweight Tarter wear white rithd cotton vonts Ocspecial1J Fine Furnishings for Gentlemen Here are several DIG BARGAINS specially arranged for this weeks shopping They arc not only of superior quality hut they are unusuilly and extrnoVdinarily yi low pdcet1anl ar just i bt for t this season of the year 1 HALF ROSE BARGAIN t 12crAIRllensRnperiorI r i tans and slatca all in embroil 4 ercd polka dots BUrl other fancy j styles The usual 19 quality NECKWKAR BARGAIN ORp BACH Meus haiilsonir vu silk Neckwear in the veiy Ilatest styles and colorings The equal cf most joe ueckwear NIGHT f SHIRT BARGAIN 50ckrpdCtSUltto plalu white or with neat jj W fancy fnstcoiorcd Irltnmiug They I are lull length cud have idled 1 seams really worth 690 f U1DURWKAR BARGAIN 5 dUb BACH Bon lions geuntoc jflM trench Balbriggan Under wear for min unequaled for wear FDrawerJ BIG SHIRT BARGAIN 11- Ol nn BC HMens High ylliUU grade Neg iigen Siiit I flue madras ia plain white nndJt choice fnuoy colors cuffs uttarbed H or lel8rt ail The real vane jft Hitter is Watit i 50 I l i Exclusive Ideas in Millinery andIt most h cnt colorings ranging In price from 4 3 4 5 up tott12- r I tt T ry I 4 t Lfii CO t- OGILVIE tai Agents for Butterick Patterns f t1- I dctf3 2t tt tIL u ti c iT dtini tlI v- d r r t PAGE FOUR THE P DUCAll EVENING SUN SATlKDAV APRIL 29 L 1r w r I V i 1canI ERNOON AND WEEKLY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED K M flsHUt President and Editor EDWIN J PAXTON knee Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES- at at the po tome Ht Paducab Ky as Mootul class matter THE DAILY SUN Tier per week nnnpnPn a 10 HI per month In advance 441 111 per year In advancennnUO TIlE WEEKLY SUN r by mall postage Ialdnn 1100 Address THE SUN Paducah Ky K 1110 South Third TBlBrilONK No Hh8 K Office K S OslK rne In charge 1003 10 Building r SUN CAN BK fOUND AT TUK FOLLOW IACSN R Clements Co Culln BrO ner House I I I SATURDAY APRIL 21O mOtTLATlON STATEMENT h 13210 March 17 3251 h 23200 March 18 3244 h 33205 March 20 3247 h 43197 March 21 3257 h 631935 March 22 3260 h 73190 March23 5203 eh 83201 March24 3272 jh 93203 March 25 3273 h 103220 March 27 3299 hll3225 lInrch28329R- I h 133227 March 29 3425 h 143221 March 30 3327 Ih 15B221 March 31 3324 h 1C3229 87691 am 3247 brsonally appeared before me I day IL J Paxton general man r of The Sun who affirms that thee statement of the circulation of Sun for the month of March ii is true to the best of his knowl 9 and belief 2 2PETER PURYBAR- II Notary Public far commission expires Jan 22 lhollghtsympathr the soul 1st selfishness t Tho AVonther I fly cloudy and cooler tonght Iday fair weather A ETTING MORE EVIDENCE ftz OU1 44 t1n9 nty Kn who waN ihdicted as one of the jelI conspirators J Ins for three been peacefully residing in In polls Ind Thursday he quiet ropped into Frankfort surren fl and was released on a 10 bond returning at once to In woiis frank Cecil who was in a Jd tthe same time Steele was j happened In at FrankfortI 110 rV to St Louis the same day h thISIIlnt several hours in nee with Commonwealths At 7 Franklin Steeles sudden tt to Kentucky was prompted by wing tired of being a fugitive Justice Ills one of the most important assee of the commonwealth iu ase of Caleb Powers Little tes ny In which the name of Steele irs has been brought out at the i of Powers but lie is expected e an important witness at the trial of tho case The quota t are all from a report sent out file of tlu4 democratic organs and jhejne seems to be very trans j iirftt Testimony in these socall piracy cases is getting scarce e of the star witnesses were long proven to be perjurers and evidence Is necessary Caleb tjpr next trial is not far away the prosecution IH preparing for t has obviously paid a great deal kttertlon to details Indictments t been found against men in con jlon with the case without any in lon of prosecution or hope of fiction After dodging about in Vof sharing Caleb Powers fate JMJIUcal persecutiont and four or afrerrs in Jail these men are wlll La drop in surrender and testi I With a 100000 reward fund these indictments to help the E work along the prosecution K to be able to get all the evl K atyl any kind of evidence it r In the light of recent develop 9 it IB expected that Steely will in important witness at the next j of the case as the Frankfort Inches put It 0fact that If the Improvements ry for a ninefoot stage in the liver were started now it would jre eight 01 ten years to rom theft should prompt all who terested In the move to work to bring shout a ommpncemont a work The trip of the Rivers Harbors committee of congress the Ohio is the most important lament along I that line yet re i u ftt corded for II shows that the members am interested in the project One of the main things was to inter est them in It and now that they are into rstld nothing should be spared to show them how enthusiastically intent the people are on getting the improvements Paducah should do her share for appearances sake If nothing else Nothing has thus far been done by either tthe city or the commercial club but we are confi dent no further time will be lost No city along the Ohio important enough for thin big delegation to visit should display a lark of hospitality They are coming to Paducah and Padu cah should do the right thing o There duos not appear to be any necessity for the board of works go ing to the trouble of testing samples of brick iu order to select brick for Third stret Galesburg brick Is acknowledged by most if not all au thorities on brick to be Ithe best and all the socalled tests will not change the fact The relative merits of paving brick are well known having been settled and established for years Why should the members of tthe hoard of works of Paducah now go to work to decide something that any civil or construction engineer or contractor in the country can tell them It will appear foolish to those who are aware of the established qualities of paving brick and under the cirriinistanees will he a proceeding not calculated to inspire the pub lic with confidence If the board of works wants to put down bad brick let It come out in the open and say no and take Ithe consequences If it wants good brick it does trot have to resort to any test to find out what good brick is and which is the best IThe people of Sladisonvlllp are hus tlers They have taken time by the forelock and are hot after an extension of the Tennessee Central when Ithe Frisco begins improvepfehtB A massmeeting has been ailed for Mayanll steps will then lie taken to see that Madlhonville does not get left A little of this spirit will help any town A great deaTof It is what makes a city o NOTICE i I I Having1 received an offer to remove JHir factory to another city we desire lts 1IIILo t1I1 owners of line pianos that if you desire to have your piano MliKlicl the raw refreshed and the varnlsli liriclit iieil up Ikp new our workmen will be glad to do it before leaviiiK the city Kor tthe beiiollt of those not familiar with time niHiiiier such a high llnisli Iis obtained we will state that It Is nccomplinlied iII y nib biiiK the Iiaiuls on the viirnisli by ex perienrcd niecIinnicH who do nothing lw hit that kind or work AVe call our friends attention to tills oppor unity lMcau e we know it Is dilllciilt d get such work douu omit 5110 of any factory south of Chicago and Cincin nati Respectfully L K GIItAUDKV t CO ih11ro Mallets Cornet Tliiwl and Kentucky Avo See our Hue of heavy matting time kind limit wears well HIH gives HallH faction price from 133 to 35 cts yawl iUIJDV PIIILUIS M CO QUARTER SIZES ISC EACH 2 FOR 380 j CLUETT PEABODY CO NCI 01 CLDCTT DNMN IMI T Every Bug Has His Day But n bedbugs days rand nights arc over after the bed has had a thorough application of CIMICIDE It completely deatrovs bedbugs nests eggs and bedbugs snuTlI and large Gives entire free dom from ihesc little pests Peace at night Insured as theres nt a bug life JI n rOE LSCllLAEfrDRI Druggist Sixth and BroadwyP- IIONE 62 y A BALLARD FUGITIVE T MISSOURICAUGHT IN Ed Lewis Must Answer for Cowardly Crime Shot Into a Boom of Boys It Is Al1 leged Located by Menus of n Linter NOW IN JAIL AT WJCHIIIIiI Ed Lewis tbo negro arrested in Missouril for shooting several boys down near Ingleside Ballard county nearly a year ago was caught In an amtaukl manner by accident The news of his capture was published iu The Sun several days ago The Ballard Yeoman says of the case 13d Lewis the notorious negro who on the night of the 1 J tit of last May shot and seriously wounded Walter M ICMrod Ned Burnley and AVultef Ronsdell all prominent young white men of Ballard county and John Lacy colored was landed behind the bars in this city Wednesday night having been accompanied from Ste Genevieve Mo by Deputy Sheriff V A Crlce of Bandana- It will bo remembered that on the night mentioned above as these three white boy were seated at a ta ble eating flail being waited upon by John Lacy a shotgun loaded with immense slugs was turned loose from the outside of the house hitting the four who were in the room that immediately thereafter Ed Lewis left for parts unknown The state offered a reward of 300 for the arrest and conviction of the negro but nothing WitS over heard of him until a few days ago when young Ellrod acting as assistant postmaster at Inglealde discovered a letter from Vm Col lins of Ste Genevieve Mo to Mrs Kd Lewis at InKlesidp Though only a young man Ellrod likes a long ways of being a fool so he took hip clue from this loiter and went to work like a detective of years of experience A few days after this let tor a registered package came iron the same man to Mrs Lewis an without waiting further develop ments Ellrod wrote the post toast t at Sle Genevieve to cause the arregjt of Wm Collins on a charge of attempt to murder and hold for Ken tucky authorities In a short time he was wired that his man was arrested and Deputy Sheriff V A Crlce im mediately left for the oriBonnr arriv here with him Wednesday night ling Young Ellrod was thought to have been mortally wounded and was con fined to his bed for weeks Two slugs struck him in the head and one In the back all making ugly wounds It Is thought that the negro Intended to kill the negro waiting on the table but his slugs scattered and while he did not miss his mark he hit the three white boys as bad as he did the negro YOU DONT HAVE TO WAIT Itv ry doio rake y u feel better Iax1okeeps your wholo insides right Void on the mousy back plktt everywhere Price 50 cent Fountain Park Lots Madison street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth both sides plenty of shade trettAIl lots 50xlG5 From 500 to ljIiO each Good lots for homes or building good cottages to rent Whitfeinore Real Estate Agen cy Fraternity Bldg both phones 835 Wortens Addition Twostory 7 room house 40 ft lot Smithland Ave 1250 Two lots corner of Worten and Geobel Ave Both lots for 500 Whittemore Real Estate Agency Fraternity Building Both Phones 835 House mill Two Acres Near Hinklevllle road one milt city limits 4 rooms half cash Whittemore Real Estate Agency Fraternity Building Both Phones 835 hitches Mark satin petticoat deep liotiiiro with throe mllloH for 100 nun PHILLIPS Ai CO South Third Street Lot West Side between Norton and Husbands 40x160 550 cash Whlttemore Real Estate Agency Fraternity Building Both Phones 836 I xxxxx ooooooooo I Choice Wines for X x sick roon1I SLEETHS DRUG STOR- E400A000OOOC 0 000000 m WSHOE Our Mens Shoe DepartmentOne prominentfeatures our store offers an unlim itedselection of High Grade e Stylish Serviceable wear suitable for all occasions Satisfaction assured to wear ers of The U FLORSHEIM Shoe The best constructed shoe on the market We arc ex clusive agents for this popular make LENDLERLYDOH IN THE COURTS Another lhiy SilO the City Jailer Ifayefte Jones is talking of bringing suit against the city for tthe tees he would have been entitled 10 or keeping petty larceny and va grancy prisoners who under theI sec and class charter have been tried and sentenced to work op the streets in tad of kept In jail The court of appeals recently decided that this law allowing second class rltlr s to so dispose of petty larceny and vagrancy cases is unconstitutional i i Will Adjudge lilnr liaukrupt Referee in Bankruptcy Bagby af ter hearing the evident in the lies slg involuntary bauknwHw casa de I DkruptandIWalter Evans at Louisville lie has andcred Dr Htsig to prepare A ached ule of assets lil JI MUMjo tb J I Tuesday Itli thou ltt assets will amount to about Jli5O00 and liabll ties 3Fo00- Judge t lived Did Not Try it The statement thatthe Judson Pearce case reversed 1 he court oj appeals yesterday was thrown out of court by Circuit Judge Wm Recdl here was an error the plaintiffs attorneys being mistaken iu giving out the statement Judge 1 D Husbands lecided the raos before JudgeRepH went into office Mounts Motion for Hall Mr Buck Mount of Qddyvllle in the city to see hit son Willis Mount who got 21 years for murdei and was granted a now trial by the court of appeal returned home this morning IHe stated at tthe ttrain that the mandate from the court of appeals would have to arrive before his sons attorneys would make a motion for bond The decision In the appeal is expected to reach Paducah by Mon lay I Pollci Court Della Allen colored who drew b knife on Roso Owen colored and threatened to cut his bead oil was lined 0 and costs in police court How to Save a Dollar Or Two Wo winil you to know Our clothing depart iiinut we- want you to know wo will Stet you money on ever suit purchase AVe know such us sections arc mud by n host of inuriliiuitt outdo by so fUnny that It is altrnys taken iyltit a Krwln of suit Hilt wo aro doing It AVo are sollluii1 suits for i5 that the IlroHchvi iiierilinnts salt 0S to 7 for and for 7J50 I0 and 10 we are giving you suits llniy lush at lens 2U more for AVi have these fuels brought to our notice everyday by customers of outs Dfiuonstmto it for yourself however Como let us sail you your Raster su- itHarbours Department Store Square from Broadway on J Third 1 this tso nits i fud MontKumury colored who shot Joe Williiims colored alias Ham Fridayt was ilismlsser the prosflculion bring unalile Ito get any positive rvideiH11 HpiiinM him Other cases were Mike Hlumnr John OKpofr wliiiR Irllnk lIneS t and costs iFId Hales white breach of peace left open Milton Cartwright white breach of pease dismissed Kelley Jackson colored breach of ordinance r and costs S B Qholson and Roy Hurt white a breach of peace 5 and costs each Willie Roberts whit breach of the peace left open James H Kerr wliite defrauding hoarding house matron left open Charles Foster and Charles Little colored breach of peace Fine of 5 arid costs against Fostor and left open as to Little County Court Edgar W Whlttemoro deeds to considiorations North Side additions Mrs Mamie Andrews has been ap pointed guardian for Maderinne Knight aged 10 years Robert Grimm aged 32 of the city and Mrs Miriam Duffel of Par Is Tenn aged 32 have been licensed to wed Circuit Puurt There was little done In circuit cotlrt today but Monday the jury will be empaneled and the trial of Laser by Jury will begin The case of Daisy against JohU- A Walter was dismissed on motion of the plaint ic A confessed judgment for 410 was flied In the case of the Orr Iron Co Against the Paducah Wagon Works Co A judgment for sale was led InI atnHtjRoberted a divorce from her husband l Ellis EI To III iivc Two a W The ClintonI Democrat Is IiII In semiweekly beginning Iii is a bright newsy exchanga IIt will he published Monday and Thurs day of each week Mr F C Walker Is the manager Ladles 1 Persian 1K monns long mill short fitlc lid 101 itrnv IMIILMPS ct j SYSTEMICCATARRfr SO UNDERSTOOD LITTLE fOalms Many Thousands A Tragedians Thanks to II Peratnayi LH ROBERT DOWNING TMC PAMOUS TRAOtHHAN Jrr eescrapr HMe M rrMre HhrNNO + + r In j1K1aking of Poruna Robert Down tog the famous ttra etlln s ivs I find Jorunr a provcitntivo ii cinrt all suck a MimtncrI ilL lira irtteeop lQ1- one in cliMvin iiiiito uil caPr IIt Iis the flncst IrftVolln c iiiiiinii n 4af l uarcl aRinl sal rill ilfIl1 You imy notice that Ijicnnnu in poor health always find the hctI most1 ihll rrablo ihis I nvoul bun Peruna I know hey the the rtunu ter that the weather is ho yet I nrvj felt the heat less this summer than uvcr Tho coaling action of IV run a on the mucous membrane makes H irvuliuiulo to actors and singers as it does awry with that tondeiiy toiuiliiin hoarseness w apt to overtake one on etucriu from 13 hot dressing room to a llrnnghty stage To sum U up Pernna hue done we uuiro good than any tonic I Lave eve- rtkcnIloImertt J owning 1 1 Pr Hartman was tho first physician I In the United States to Accurately de tr- scribe systemic catarrh His remedy Poruna IIollly systemic catarrh rem i ii edy yt devised it now known allover i time civilized world A person having TjItrcnlldyII LAtv SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN TEN CENTS AVE tA t to rl I th p n111 U fh i UIIiI HUUUHII U YIIi ANNUAL CARNWAL t i j t t MAYpY I a p MAY 15 to 20ij A Grand Gala Week of Merriment Fun Festivity and Startling Surprises f AcknowledgedTHEOREAT MUNDY SHOWS r JnenceJj formers than with any other carnival extant today 1 AFew of the M nyIJltele5ting Features of the Oreat Mundy ShowsIVCHEFAILOI The king of seiisalionolists leaping a gap of fifty Ljvo ffeet through Y 9 a sou of fire Moat thrilling and dare devil act man ever l accomplished s r MARVELOJooopiug the death trap loop a positive hair raiser You must I see act r I VoLTAIRE S Marvelous 3000 feet drop from the clouds to mother earth a parachute Mill another thriller PRO F BIGNISYIn IhisI Hitlily s n atioral dive of 92 feet into a tank con taming only five leet of water ftCol P J Mundys Unrivaled Incomparable lOOOOOtF Trained Animal Exhibition i Time largest most complete trained exhibition in the world today A nervc lhrilling lesson of wild animallluljugaiol1 by daring fearless trainers too South African lions pumps hyenas tigers r panthers lerpards1 j guars bears and other animals of the forests very amunl an educated performer obeying every command issued by the numerous trainers of the great Muudy Shows thereby demonstrating the limitations to which brute intellect may be cultivated And many L other exclusive attractions 1 u 1 Special Excursions on All Railroads and Steamboats n I it eJtsa I 4 a c 1 i HATVUDAY APRIL SO TIlE PADUCAII EVENING UNPf1GlEviva I f IIIJ J 75c o2OO I IIScrcnDoors 25cto50cFrames 25C II I LOCAL LINES I 1 For Dr Pbndley ring nl- Slsn and carriage painting G Iii Sexton both phones 401 For good clean coat order rVs taleI Qveretreet 823 Harrison Old lihono 170 new phone 82C Call Palmer Transfer Co tor f carriages baggage wagons and Ont dlaea livery rig Huck faros and i trunks strictly caih Host service IIn the city For the most complete asoort went of bedding ulants call on SchmHtiK Bros Both phones 1912 For Bond clean coal order of Otle Overstreet Si3 Harrison Old phone 470 new phono 82G Get a Weiss Patent MagazIne binder Save your Magazines and be your own binder A full line ofihon i at R D Clements Co old phono 436 1Air Glp Husbands of the Denton t road has opened his line pasture o- nthis farm for the summer and Is ready pastureI all classes of stock Ladles of Paducah you will flat Smith Sisters a tan line of an 9 Calf Qfidl tree tUeBtampi patterns Old phone lOfiSr 418 Broadway Remenhe the date t Sunday ApW i 3Rtip JxlrliiplbJD Cairo 1 Mr WilliamH Anderson and Dotes Daisy Hawk of Kansas Graves county will be married this after noun id II oclock II IIhr lime oftit bricloMix Urinilon has prepared an atuaiicr program for hr rrlitII a- Ihr KnlnelV Monday rviiinK rile ppllliHI arc tryiiiK lo gtl- inrsy ugain J bIIl GIIham has ia1l- ed a mw thuglit pos nl ninnill ham Maiill county May iih to docid nn iiuiiius out a c jmUiUt fur tbi leglalaturo from Lyon aud Marshall counties rsMr Arthur Everett has accepted at position under Chief Engineer 1 0 Walker of the N C St L Thomas Bridges the contract i or who will build South Third street has returned to Wabash Ind and will return to Paducah Thursday to ii myall the selection of brick for Third btrcct Shoe Horn ol a musical at The l Kentucky promises an evening of in I1tcrestlng entertainment I Contractor John Dunlap of Pa ducah has just closed contracts at 4 Ir Thebes and Mounds Junction Ill 7PURE+ WINESI en JulianW CHf 8 p n- ii Darew1 S a aOldg xcitfMuscatellcJ C i rokayt7 gt 6CI i E5GU11pernong W Catawba g iI I i x1lterne1 g- g CHAMPAGNE i e ir f R W WALKER CO DBUddlSTS Broadwayt fJ rtlJf JI I L y 1111 SCREENII aee GOODS Arc you prepared for the flies If not come In and let us furnish you your Doors and Windows Our dcors and windows are well made and nicely finished We give you better floods than you can buy elsewhere for the suite money I complete u for a bank and saloon building In each amounting to about 12000 I Mr Ed Jones tho commission merchant is expected to return to day from a business trip to Biloxi Rise where he contemplated locat 11111 Tickets for Miss Hwndons re vital will go on sale Monday at 10 a m fct The Kentucky Those who have already bought tickets will have the privilege of reserving seats Druggist FlUpatrlck who has been with DuBois Kolb 8s Co wllll succeed Mr James Nagle at Dr W B McPhersona when Dr Nagle goes to the Smith Pharmacy next week Trimble Street 1Intended No part of Paducah will show morn Improvement and change for the better during the summer of 1005 Ulan Whlttemores Nortn Side Addition and Thurman and Llnd seyB Addition both additions beings located on the north side of the Hln- I kleville road and just west of Oak I Grove A five foot artificial stone sidu walk will Be put down from Oak Grove to 24tb street The waterworks will be extended to 24th street and 1 the electric lights and telephones A eoatraet has bees let for a two story MOOO brick IwHilln In WfiUt mores North Side Addition on the corner of 21st street and a modern two storY rnlli lf1 a3wuuii cul tages will he built In the Thurinan and LinJeey Addition tit is probable that at least twenty houses will be red in ihfsc two additions this year ll is possible also that th stiee car linr in Ihn nrar future will i lie run by these two additions as fbc are on Ithe road tto the np w cilyI rdn IlelYI I ttPtnorp Real Estate Agency Phones s35- llitlklavillo I Bond Lucy s I Now is the time to buy just west of Oak Grove Inside lots 125 corner lots 150 10 cash balance 10 every three months All sold fronting on Illnklevllle toad Best known way to save moody No risk there Lots will double In value in one year Edgar W Whlttemore Heal Estate Agency fraternity Building Both Phones 885- IIIOtduviiy Lot Baigaln We offer for Investment a lot JOx 310 on Broadway South Side near 10th street for 2500 700 cash balance 1 2 3 years Lot runs through to Court Street No risk In buying this lot Whlttomoro Real Estate Agency Fraternity Building Doth Phones 835 Siniill Iron Safe For Sale Wo havo for sale a small Iron Ore proof safe sultablo for a boat office or home Only 20 cash It can be soon at Julian Groors mttohlho shop on Broadway between First and See and streets Whlttomor Real Ear tate Agency Fratornlty Bldg both phones 835 too Acres lit i- On Tennessee rivpr near Clifton SO acres clear no timber 13 cash- Whittemore Real Estate Agency Fraternity Building Both Phones 835 Willie Street Bargain Two tory 6room houso No 620 Bargain at 1250 Half cash Whlttemoro Roal Estate Agency Fraternity Bldg both phones 835 1 Ladles colored silk petticoats Jji80 to 9 1000 UUDYI PHILLIPS ti CO yrNiccsfe lunch in the city nt S TJ Gotts tonight u- tl a t People and- Pleasant Events In Honor the Pines House Party Mr and Mrs Joseph L Friedman will entertain Tho Pines pout party with a card party on Thursday evening at The Pines Mr ami Mrs John W Kollor will entertain on Friday evening complimentary Ito tho houso party There aro any number of dinners and other affairs 1 In honor of Tho Pines guests on thu social calendar the dates to bo an nounbod later Mr and Mrs Friedman aro expect- Ing their guosts Judge and Mrs Me Laughlin and Mr and Mrs Join Roth of Chicago on Vodnosday- Misses V Edna Wright and Poll Driett of Paducah visited Miss Ro wena Bracher this weelKuttawaI Times Mr Harry Stom of Murray Is vls Ring in the city Mr Gus Covlngton of Mayflold 111 In tho city today on business Mr Ed Wheeler foroman of the local I C tin shop wont to Prince ton this morning on business- M R E Fulmor general foro man of the local I C shops wont to Louluville this morning on business Mr A J Jorgonson chief dis patcher of tho EvansvIlle district of the 1 C who has boon visiting In the city since Thursday returned tc ISvansvlllc today at noon Mr James C Uttorback has re turned from his trip to Chicago whero he was called on business Col Dud Dale and family are expect tl home from their visit to Texas about May 5 Mr Frank G Schmidt was called to Henderson Ky this morning by aI telegram announcing the critical llness of his brotherinlaw Mr John Youngbaker Sr Mr George La Follett of St gouts lis In Paducah visiting for the nrst time in eight years He was for forty with the Byng Lumber Co btre and lis now traveling out of- tflt Louis Mr W II Smith of Cairo Is via ting Mrs John Hughes of Harrison treetMrs J C LHterback and son Pal tier of Paducah aro visiting Mr and Ire J W Yancey Mrs Utterbacks mrents Hopklnsville New Era Misses Garnett Buckner and Bllz bath Soiree of Paducah are in the slty guests of Miss Nan Ushoron North Ninth street Maylleld Mon toy u Miss Carrie Rieke loft this mold ng for Nashville to hoar Parsifal Mrs H B Taylor of Louisville who has boon visiting In the city rot levoral days returned hoino today at noon Attorney John K Hondricks went to Dawson today at noon on business Mr A J1 Hollonbock stouekoopor for the local 1 C wont to Louisville oday at noon on business Mr William McNamara auporvls or of tracks of the Louisville dlvls Ion of the I C was In Paducah today on business Mr Ernest Thompson has accepted a position as salesman with Leudler 1 I LydonMiss Lee Clarke will leave on Wedne day for Henderson to visit barre going to Duluth for the summer Attorney Sam Crossland of May old Is in the city today on busl 1086 Mr M B Coleman of Clarksvllle 1enn will arrive this afternoon to visit his sister Mrs Thomas Hern- don Mrs William Frost and son Mae ter John Wilson Frost of Wingo Ky are guests of relatives in the city With tho Sick Dr Horatio Rood la ill from ponu lonla at the home of iris fathorln law Mr Doc Hayes on Wost Joffor son11tsLucy Davis who has been qulto1II for sometime Is now better llor many friends wll be pleased to ann Mr J AlCole who foil from a unfold at 19th and Aadarqs streets Mterday and was rendered unconscious by tho drop of 12 feet Is now etter and his inany friends will bo llad to learn is not seriously Injured Miss Hnllean Hughes of 813 Hlrr- rRQOI street is nil rL1 1 ISOLIDSUBSTANTIALI arc lOci TRIAL made good raBransII I 111 rn iIII ssaswswprsaaar FEATURES OF SUNDAY SERVICES +o ewrrCuulb- erlaud Presbyterian Church There will be Sunday school am Christian Endeavor services tomorrow at the First Cumberland Presby terlan church at tho usunl hours First Christian Cluirch Tomorrow morning Rev W II Pinkerton will preaoh upon Alter Bwtor What Ntottt Ho will alst till tho pulpit at night German Lutheran Cluirch Tomorrow morning at 9 oclocl Sunday school wrvlcos will bo hold At 10 oclock Rev A L lien preach es in Gorman At night the English services will bo hold German Evangelical Church Rev William Bourquln will con iuct German services In the mornlni and at night will preach In English Subject for the evening The Lords Prayer Trimble Street Methodist Church Sunday morning Rev W W Arm strong will preach on A Growth In Grace and at nighttime his thorn will be Do Christians Commit Sin JOCht Street Christian Church Last evening Rev B W Bass closed his series of rovlval meetings at the Tooth Street Christian church Tomorrow morning bofills his pulpit and again In the evening I North Twelfth Street Mission Sunday school services will DO held tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock at tho North Twelfth street Baptist Mis lion First Baptist Church Rev J S Chfek IIB at Rusacllvillo Ky attending the bedside of his wife who Is ill and hU pulpit will bo fillet by a visiting minister on Sunday The Young Mens Varaca class taught by Mrs T T Wilhoyte meets at 930 a m Uromhvuy Methodist Church Rev T J Newell has returned from Rlpley Tenti null will fill Iris pulpit morning and night Tho morn Ing offertory will be sung by Mr Robert Chustalno and the offertory at night by Mr Robert Scott Second Baptist Church Rev E If Cunningham will 1Ull hie jnflpjtat the Second Baptls church tomorrow morning and night IhJnl orrvet SFftliouisf Church Tomorrow morning Rev Voter Fields will preach upon Blessings Which Follow the Second Coming of Christ while In the evening his thome will bo Beautiful Life of Christ The Ramsey Society of the Broadway Methodist church will meet at the church Monday afternoon at 3 tclock The Womans Home Mission So lety of the Trimble street church will meet Monday afternoon at 2 oclock with Mrs W Y Griffith attar home 1515 N 13th street j Union Hostlie Mission At tho Union Rescue Mission 431 South Third street the pastor Rev R W Chiles will preach Sunday night on Tho Evidences of Salva tion All mado wlecomo Services Ivory night at 74G First Presbyterian Church Rev W H Cave D D will till his pulpit morning and evening Morning subject Broken Idols At night Royal Generosity Tho Y 11C A Bible class will pact at lOowock tomorrow at the association SUNDAY APRIL 30 Excursion in Cairo On the Large Steamer J S h f Leave Paducah 9 u m4 arrive at Cairo 1p m Leave Cairo 5 p inI Faro only 75c Ball game at Cairo St Louts fipbos versus Cairo Como and onjoy a day on the river Work on tho new water works system at the local II C depot Ip pro crossing nlcbly Supt Clarence Knowlos ot vator supply has a large force of men at work and hopes to comploto It In a week or two The I pipes aro four times as largo as those now In service and will qnablfr the depot employes to Water a train In two minutes Mr Harry Rudolph win not leave until Monday with Roy Swift thu boy ordered taken to the reform school by Ji dso Reed yesterday Tho YjM C A baths are now In order anti can be used tonight The worjtpif theta was completed to t day ll t L I ITI S y I FOR SAL1 Fiveroom cottugc Apply 1240 Trimble St GROCERY FOR SALEFine lo cation Apply 217 Ky Avo FOR SALES Restaurant In good location Address L S tills ome- eVAtrtrEITwo young lady nth Iclans Room 4 2iC S Third STOP and got redhot Tamalas at 111 tf South Third sjrcct MIRRORS REPLATED at Brookt Bros 221 Kentucky avenue Old phone 372 red KANNIE AVANT 716 S Sixth Shampooing Scalp Massage Manicuring Phono 1G78 B LEVITAN 208 South Second street pays highest cash price for secondhand furniture Telephone 893a W F PERRY practical house painter Phone 495a shop 209 S Fourth St WHITTEMORE Real Estate Free price list Insurance Notary public Fraternity Building Phonos 881 WANTED Position as bookkeep or oashlor or clerk In store by a lady Apply to E W Whlttomorc WANTEDBoard by couple Pri vale family preferred References given Address G this office SCREEN YOUR ROUSE with our wires windows and doors and save money Noahs Ark 4+ GROCERIES at cost ovary jlon day and Thursday Ria Baruett Old phone 1230 FOR RBN1V Cottage for rent cen trally located Apply to W Jackson St Nicholas Hotol tailor clean L BQDBNHEIMER lug prastitng and repairing a specialty Over Citizens Savings Bank Old nlioiio 844t IWE HVANT To employ a white man to B t1U fireman at our mills Temple Eros Co Maxons MlMs Ky FOR RUNT 4qw 41 room cottage Paslrablo location Electric lights and water Possession May 1 Apply Gia Ky Ave SHOKS HALF SOLED At liar tours department store Shoes half oled for mon 3Bc for Iudies35c boy 3Cc FOR SALE General store In good own in oxcqllont community Fine ipenlng forI a hustler Address X care The Sun 0 MY THE FLIES Hs time to ot your screens Hamby makes all duels at lowest prices Makes anything you Want 209 South Fourth trout phono 405a- WANTEDSonlod bids for the erection of Blooming Grovo church war Blrdsvillc Ky All bids to be- n by May G Address W E Chlpps ror Information Bayou Ky ATTRACTIVE and very wealthy naldoh alone wants without delay clnd hottest husband Address Wsao Leo 84 Washington St Chicago ENERGETIC workers everywhere to distribute circulars samples and advertising Good pay No canvass- Ing Cooperative Advertising Co New Yor- kWAN4ED1000 men and boys to oln the club All your clQthfis press ed cleaned called for and ddllvorod and rshOOI shlnod 100 per month J A Looser Co over McPhersons Irugstore Old Phone BOARDING STABUi Board your horse with me and get the benefit of careful personal attention to both horse and carriage CR Holland 210 South Third oldI hone 72- 1WANTEDlEnergoUc man to os tablish bUHlnoie for Mfgr Soil ro fun trade Salary 20 paid weekly expenses advanced Good route Hus tle more desired than experience G L Sexton Star building Chicago TRAVELING SALESMEN wanted to soil grocers Permanent positions State present occupation and salary expected LOS ANGELES CIDER C- OStLouls Mo WANTEDA boy to drive gro cry wagon Must have the experi ence Also lady dry goods clerk Call at Seventh street at Jake Bloder A FLY TIME FOR ALL I UNLESS you are behind HARTS made beautifully finished mortised throes ho- urSCN t DOORS And WINDOWS Sells the screens HART that do stand the t rough use they are put to Some are painted not dipped + others are varnished with three good coats of varnish Price Prom 35e to 35O r GEO 0ACOu n HER VISITORS AMAZED AT HER POWERS Madame Zaa the worlds givatesl clairvoyant and medium of Dint India has parlors at GOO Broadway She tells your past and present and gives your full name and names of your friends TclU what your call Ilug Is and what you are lifted for Tho day of miracles la not pastt when such power Is given to human beings She tolls of the dangers that threaten your future and how to avoid them Also gives advice on all maters of the heart Prices rea sonable First throe days half price Parlors GOD Broadway man Gro link Co YOUNG MANGood habits deI ilres board and lodging within ten minutes of postofllce B Y care SunFOR SALE Good fresh Jnllk I owe mares and mules also one good saddle or harness animal safe I for ladles or children six years old Apply Bud Blrod on the Class HUJII ihroy farm eight miles out thoI Jlandvlllo road Old Phono 1731 r WALL PAPERGoing fast at 3 cents pot roll For throe days you can get your choice of over 4000 rolls of nice neat clean wall vapor at3c a roll No cut on border No time to measure room No credit No collector No sale unless money is paid and paper laid aside Money refunded If paper not satisfactory on receipt Paducah Book and Music Store 488 Broadway phone 772a Wall paper department In tho rear BASH BALL Tuesday and Wednesday Nashvlllo Standards vs Paducah Nationals will open season here Tuesday and Wednesday May 2 and 3 double headers the third First game called at 230 Last game called 4 p m One admission Both games 260 Half grand stand reserved for white people Dont forget to see Bon Boyd and Bull Washington tho comical coachors of tho day at Wallace park Ladles white wash skirts in planes and linens from SJIOt to 000 RUDV PHILLIPS k CO Ladles silk wrist black null colored 500 and 500 RUDY PHILLIPS k CO Subscribe for The BUH 00000000OOOOOOOOO X Poiti Sherry Blackberry 0 Virginia Pare and C X Escapernong WinesC SLEETHS DRUG STOR- EOOOOCt0000 OCOOQOL THE KENTUCKY psaagssatJL C gtlLiid TONIGHT HGSTONPresI nting ope new uptodate f IDEALand ies with pretty girls funny OOOSTOHI costumes an comedians elahj TW raia nfl greatest singing com I Upanyof its size on the stage today Night ISr 2jC J5C 5CC PRICES Matinees children 150 ndalts 25C Why Depend on the unsatisfactory and un certain service of circulating libraries when you can buy such books aa f 1 Ciauatarlc by McCutdiecm- Giff Call of the Wild by London She Right of ybyParker Vliv Cruols by Crawford she Wings of the Morningby Tracy And many others Just as good tat t 50 cents a Volume R D CLEMENTS 8 CO- b NOTRE DAME LADYS APPEAL To nil knowing sufferers of rheum a tl m l wusther musuular or of the JMMUS sciatic li m bacos backache pains in Mre kidneys neural j gla pains to write to her for a homo treatment which bus repeatedly cured all of these tortures She feel It her duty to send It to all sufferers FIIKE You euro yourself at homo as thousands will testify no change of climate being necessary This simple discovery ban ishes uric odd from the blood loosens the stiff i ened joints purifies the blood and theVV the ojes glvlne elasticity and tone to whole system If the above Intarests you U r proof address Mrs M Summers Box 406 Non I Dame lad i South Sixth Street Home Twostory Groom high dry healthy Wost side near Husbands 50ft lot 2COO Half cash Whlttonioro Real Estate Agency Fraternity Bldg both phonos 835 North View Lotsii From 260 to 300 each Plenty of shude trees On North Twelfth treat car line Whittomore Real Estate Agency Fraternity Bldg boUt phonos 835II J 1WQJ1 The adventures of Sherlock IIsolates In every Sundays Post usVSpatch Get one early front your news boy South 1lfth Street Bargain Twostory 12room house west side between Washington and Clark Lot 57x173 3000 1000 cash balance easy Good placo for boarding house Whittemore Real Estate Agency Fraternity Bldg both phonos 835 Kkest lunch in tho city at 8i IS i Gotts tonight f lr o VVQl a jj J Iki a lXUlWAYfiu 11iJSO 1 EVENING SUNtAFrSL6 ffiE PAPUCAH II = = V nh z 1 JANESf t BJEtESTATE MORTGAGES r LOANS If t ffi 1- Havl for sale cash or on verv easy payments new nice 5 room house Never been occupied patntli lost HnlRbed Roomy and well arranged See me at ofcce1 for partlCu lars If want such hou e Bargain in 30 lots graded nnd graveled streets all rdntlr 1ormnr hot at price on easy payments whloh win give profit of 100 par lot Fir speculation Prompt attention to 10 euro them Three Fountain park cottages or sale on small rash payment bulnnt monthlyI about equal to rents Two hotmoB on onp Jot northwest corner Ninth and Ojftci titroefe Gbol offer at 2100 on very easy paj manta Eighty acres one of tho host farmo in Arcadia number doalrablo r8l dcnce sites on It Wilt soil at fnlr price as whole or divide Into piecesI an desired from 5 flqres up Fino chance for suburban homos Soo Imo for details have Kotno choice Fountain park lots which iiro soiling fast Attond to It If you want doslrtiblo h011l0 thereSouth Third street Broom IIOUIO between Jones and Norton street at 1000 on easy payments Bargain In 3room Sdtttfi Third street house near Norton Soo mo for price 102 Clay street nice 4room roi Idencc with largo ntablo on 54foc lot Price 1550 Chance for colored people to buy homos on small monthly payments Have a dozen IIOUBOB 2 to 4 rooms on South Side prices running from 500 to 800 on very easy monthly payments Como and two mo for particulars and own tomes Chance for nice home on amaH payments 1723 Ilarrlton St good nice four room house SO ft lot price 1200 of this X200 cash and balance In monthly payments tor 1250 1724 Harrison St C room hoiu with water Inside rO ft lot make very desirable home Both thou houses are in Ft Park Prloo liOO of which 250 cash and balance 1In IExeellentI N IL corner Broadway and 25th Sts Price 18GO- Good fourroom residence In Me J=bv1Yg joining the Blodorman grocery store prlco 850 half canh- and as much time as wanted on bal anee Nice 4room roeldonco good how and largo lot on South Eighth Rtroe oxoollnnt homo for lord IUlatII 900 on easy paymonts Bargain to home builders In 25 lots near d C passenger dopot at lflO each on small sash paymon nn Malanco It por month Those Rrf best lots to be gotten noar dtpoJL and it wait eb ftaphqmop there conjejam soL ftrfy choice 2t South Sixth SL very doelrabli 10 room house on cornor lot front reBldOnCOjor Ing hQUce Seo me for price and terms as am anxious to soil l5aran room twostory roaldonco with teeworage bath 62foot coma lot at goatboast corner Ninth and Ad nms t rpots oxcoUent location Prlc 2400Dont forgot that I have at all Utnaa plenty monoy to loan on faro mortgagor at G por coat Interest ton yoars time Now plat of Madison St lots Just woatofL and adjoining Fountain park all Iovol and high and street graded and graveled Survey just mado and plat turned over to mo Corns whit can get first cholco Prices 2BO ol which Uti cash and balance on 1f monthly payments Location price and terms considered those are moat doslrablo lots In Paducah Flrst class buslnow property onI both Second and Third streets noai Broadway Flat chance to bo had in this lino of iavAalmont Ask for details Four excellent houses on Tonnes see street botwoon 11th and 12th streets no bettor of size apd clang In city Cornor ono ntWOO and three inside ones nt 1GOO each No 520 North Sixth street rented by year to prompt paying tenant all 35 por month Price 4000 No 226 Kentucky avonuo good bunlnoss property Rents at 35 per month price on easy payments 3r 100New house 4 rooms hall bath Nc Jr4aldyncc 0ttu1ottOn Mn roiitr lratvyeeti17vthlabnd lath tUtiOOr W a M a JAN ESBOOM G q1111hone 097rcd Rtti JJUJLDINO rrtDU7AIf K- Yr n Jwol4t i fio F i 50 t POSITIOI PAY TUITION AFTER POSITHQN ISISECOTEI The Brut tea who clip this notice from The Sun rwtucHh and send iJ a NSI PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEG lPaducah 3I4 12 Broadway or St Louis may without clvlue nntfu pay EVERY CENT of tuition out nf Hillary after goonl ponltton 8 sccurol If not Mrurpd no py required CQUflSE BY MAIL FREE K nos ready to enter jaa reap teKo 1 lessors 1IJ wouldLime WIn at home and met diplomal n P D C rb hllll 180000000 enpitni IT uanuwK on Board of I01 rMtow nml TWWNTY eolleieae In TIimTHB BtntM Ini tack ovary claim It uiAUos Itetol liMbed SIXTiEBN years Clip and send this notice today HAVE YOU TRIEDe T- HEPad uliE 5c CIGAR the now sheIo itsi all right and MADE AT HOME- r iIGN YOUR FRIENDS BONDII- Lnd leave your heirs n legacy dl iskThe American Bonding Company does what you cannot and will not do Investigates and supervises the risk unbiased by friendship A local agent t execute surely Duds promptly ST RANDLE Bonding Agent noUnt 3 AmcricnnGcniinn Nntionnl hank Building 10 the 1aUDiiH of tlio Iubllc Sellout Owing to circumstances which are oyond the control of both tho board or education and the enumerators for tho city schools It is found that some hildrep whose names should ap pellr an tho census lists have noL- boen listed- The loss of each legitimate name com the census list is a loss of nenr r three dollars to the city schools 11 tram the state fund and consequont I lust that amount isl gained by some her district which in justice should us to Paducah The board of education takos this iieaus of calling the attention of ov- ery parent In the city to the fact that his child may not be listed and to ask that parent to hand In the names It- any are omitted and see to it that I ils neighbor does the same Those names should be sent to Dr W JI- PILcher clerk of the board of educa Uon Earnestly asking the copperatlon of every citizen In our effort to se cura what is honestly coming to they from the state fund we are Very sincerely ypurs ADUCAH BQAUD OF EDUCATiqNl Anv man can avoid tho divorce cOlltt bTtJmafnlng in rthosbaaholot cla88 1-QL j 7 1f THE HEALTH BOARD DECIDES QDESTIOB President Pontlloy May Also 10I County PljyjttCilai ii 1JtI r Muyor Teller Ijiiis No Authority to Call Meetings ot tile Bond of- 11u1JthtI YIIYJpc Wtl JjITlLK BUSINESS s Tl VNSACTMI Tho board of health met lat night in Mayor Yclsora ofllco but little wus lone I City Solj ltor B JJ Puryettr re ported that ProsUJpn J W Fondle could legally hold both the omces of county phylclai end prasldent Q Hie 91ty board ot health The niatlor tIf who bjtd author to call meetings of the board 01 liottUh wns also discussed Tim prot Idont Dr Pondloy was dooldod tilo proper person and other offlcjnls WJIO ileslroto have a mooting will nnpl to prold llt Peinlloy or to Mayo Volser who will notify Pro111Qnt iondloy The ordinanceI governing tl- FtonltliJ officer was also construed Pho ordinance gives the board oC lonUh entire contrpl of this ofllcor vlth power to ronipvo him at an lImplt 008 fit wliathor any roasoi 16 govon ojMiul Several othor inntlqrs of minor im and tholOEianqo wero discussed toard adjourned noUilngdoJnlto bo lpg done except as to soUHp iU ibovo points rDV J G Brooks ono of tlio hosi mUiorltles on the subject In jthe tfty thinks the citizens should tun loin attentions towards more street 8 prinkllng If they want to Improve 1110 sanitaryI conditions of tits Ctiy and pay less attention to tho clean tig of lleysr Dr prcoks says It IB an establish cdIJae4 that more germs are blows lout ore tho streets whlln t1lostrect ra holng swept TJio dust carrioi lwn and IIt Uio strwtii nro hop wlll jjRrlnJilod UJP swoopIng will r alto no duet Tho meet pt aprlnk 1I11g Is very little null ho thinks ovorj Luzon should subscribe to the sprink ler or got a hose and aid tho hejilU iUliDiUlo8 Jn betterUig tjia sa ti i adttten8 s4 i THE WEEK INSOOIETY Continued from Third Page prize and Mr W H McAllister th1- booby Delightful lluncheon was serv ell Wcddln H- Announcement has boon made this wOQlt of the approaching marriage of lorence Yeiser ontl Mr Jarno ujapboll Jr of this city The wed dlllgw1l1 take place at the First resbytorlan church on May 10 at 5 30 p ul Rev W 13 CVQ D D- will perform tho ceremony Miss Anna May Yelsor IB the maid of- honor and Mr W P Dradshaw Jr- t40 best stun The ushors arp Mr Maurice Nash Jr of Loulsyillo Mr Ipuli 11 Bioko Jr Mr Thomas arrlion and Mr Arthur Martin The wedding Is one of MHDUial sa clal prominence and interest 3 Mr Charlie William Fisher of 1 1tu91it1trt Y90 mkta Ifliiw W4p- emer of Louisville In that clIi I 411 i = a t rwi i i STI FOR YOURS J 4 1 Why not use a deserving man kindly treat yourw glf to the best thats 3re Yed s s 1 r BE3LVELEREhe N i Everybody who has tried it agrees that fit is1juit t the finest beer that ever happened f x Delicious to the ttaste sparkling clear end pure witha tonic and invigorating effect that II refreshcti and strengthens 4- Trva lassand be cnyjocdw r i 1 Y I v r 4 I ft tf J tf fADUC H BREWERY CO 4 HC Pilducoh11- I y 1f I r I dflrvJl Y jrA on TuwMtey afternoon The wedding was eolanlnlsed ai the Stoi lnt1IQY Catholic Church by the ROY FKth lioo ty Vrite a very quiet ajfuir wi h no attendants The bride wore whltn BJp NIl Mrs Fisher arrived 11ero Wqdno day evening and are at homo with Ail Wjlilnnt JIIi ftt at filx1 tI- alIJ QtWlr tltlodlat A pretty and elaborate Wtmdl1Is wedding type that of jMlss Mamlo lont llnson thrill Mr Hugh SUvpp ty 1hlc11 look plttco Wednesday oVonlng at 4= 30 ooTock at the UoUlolCl1rlstlan church Rev W W MoRiis oIDolst lpg U was a white and green wed tilng and the church was demon wilt slip v balls and narcitisus T atton lanlB wore Misses Lolla Stapp and JrlUFIJu lon Mr aharllc ToQI Uimgn and Dr Leslie Rudolph Lit Uo Mnri trot Moss anti dartrudo Had lox woro flower girls A recoptlon tit the lirldos homo followed hoccr amony Sovaral BadmgUi guosta waro In attendance 3 rho marrlaga of Mrs Ida Elliott tand Mr R C Ayccck both of this city took place at Cnlro on Frldf They wtirQ ucuorruianlcd by irtand Irs ibatitl slstor unrl brplllPIlnlaw of the bride Both are wolTnown and popular young peoplo snd wltl Jliaito tlioll homo In Padtionh Mr lUS Hoath antlflee JoO lllilno Waldon wero uiaurijojl on Man day afternoon by the RoM J T Owen at his homo on Harrison stnmL BollI forhiorly lIvod In WpodviUo bUlnow mako Iaducah their homo MtHaJklcif Riissjoll and Mn Robort purin wore mnrrjod Thur iay mom Ing by the Rev A N Stare at his rosldonco in Tylor Both pro wol1 known young people of the Soulh Side in Mr James MeGl thoryy of the cllY as ah Usher at tits worfdlng of MI- rlJJ Meroftr and Miss NJna IQrcIJr- or nilltJImnljls on Wednesday evonin at St Lukfls church In the Idlewjl UUfl oCJlel11l1hl8 Mr Mofllathei std Mr Mercer arc cousins I3 Tho iHKMTtag of Alfas i JI I1dlll Vllwwiji Dl1 Dywsburg Tann and tlr- Jolin CJ xiflJir of Martin Topnwlll ak plBtfla on next Thurgdoy OVA ng at QJe bridcal IIQMPO In Dwri Jurs Mlm JVllsan Is the dtiugjUt or Rev and Mrs G W Wilwjn who ormerly livedI in Bsiducah and Is a cry chef glittr and attructivo gIrl lie tis a nlncp of alts harry Qleave ot title nity ijtUIJlRiI uAeltett hure re- cenU tb Mlv Helen AJlmiD tI3oaiiinout of ilttyjlolil anti Mr DVlq Buise e Di Flort iwartii Tex vjorj nmrrlcllal lort Worth on fliuseday evenJm Tho rldllIs u daughUJr of Mr antll Irs E S Reaumpnt of Mayflek aud has often visited In PaduoaJ She IB related to Mr Jlay flake or thIsolHyt and IsI a fRvprlto in Pads al8ocioty ShQjthfve bopn spsmlini tlto wlu jp vJUlh vrolallvos in T nihero silo met Mr Burgess 1vl 0JJI- Sa wealthy ranchman of Central Kot icky family It was on his rnnch that President Rooievelt had hIs nek rabbit hunt 1 1lAttRlLliacmantb Miss Baulah Rogers will enter talnthe KntreNous club at hr homo on Clank atteot on Tuesday at t moon t3 Padupab qjjaitftr JJnlled Daugji tit ctf thB Confe4oracy will moot on uosday afternoon at 3 oclock wit lIn Luke RuSSoll oh West Jeffersoi oulovard ifT The silver muslcala and recaptlor of Grace ChurlJ OijUd will be hJd ucsday atterJiO1 froni 4 to a clock at the horn of Mrs Camp hell Flournoy on Wost Jefforsot oulevai4 AnlUtl HqUve nits 1cal pro gram vlll be fjfcn and delightful jfrcshuionts win be sorved A vol ntary ottering wll be received The final iji4etJns for th1 seasoi otr the MagasHnd cliru vJll be hold 01 Jiursday uftorniiotj with Mrs Ha rOrbett on 4lortli Ninth streett Tho notations wltl Vf from Eugent Ilejd The Arona Cpntury Como jlltan Bookman Current Litara ture pnd BotajjovR yJlj be re Fled wi 14 ICaiflarttcttchor of tit tuarf Kil1d8rsXn wUll glye aim iLerUlnmaatflil Mfw r 5 Mrs SLp- slitslLfl onducjttd pno 01 tho piytt Ind nigst succwiful1 schools of 1- Itlnd s tho pity liltl64ytor had and hot ortalnrjlotuitrft always pleasln and unique fly urgent reqnest I Mr parry Gll- berL will glva his organ recital ojp n lie hit iticrcad in our buss idnCSRt Ist Very encouraging to u1- 2PADUCAIIAUKI Nil CO o ratI r bereLoII of Wednesday afternoon as fore In a Persian Garden by Mrs David Flournoy Miss Dryfuse IMr Bagby and Mr Chastalne will be ren dared In connection with It It wtll be at the first Christian church mAbout People Mrs A J Decker MISt Myrtle Decker and Mss HoJon Decker bae returned from a severalI weeks vll1 to rolatlvofc In Columbus 0 i Mrs tPRY1tl Brown Sopders has 10 turned from Louisville where lIlt spent several wbeks and Is now al time Palmer liouso whore situ wm stay until going aWay lot the Sltttr rimerApts lohn P Campbell Mrs 11 Q Copo Miss Carrie Rloko MlI SII Ivmma Reed and Mlse Martha Locci were a ploasiiro party to Cairo on thf Kowlor last Thursday They uIIHI tho round trip of the boat Mrs Norman NaUleroth anti rson Henry and Mte Vosner of Loui ivllle will arrive this evening to vIsit Mrs Jmcs Dnokncr of Jefferson street Mrs Nottloroth wits former MissAinry Bucknar Q Paducah and has many friends bore to welcoin her Mj y Waxy Rabb and delights Hiss Nunn JlaJbb arrived from ChI cagp gmtcyulai and loft Wodnesda for JEadjvJHe whore they will pend ttio summer at the AIh oral Woun Darin They were the guosts of Mn QoorgQ C Thompson tilt West Broad way during Chair bPo stay Mrj Rabbs health Is much impiove since her scvflra JUrJeq in Chicago Mrs W J JUUj8 Mrs Louts M Rloke Miss Virginia NpwoJU Mlri Anne BradshaWj Miss Lula Rood JIlsp Helen Hills Mr Harry Gilbert Mr Philo Alcott loft this morning via the N C and St L for Nash visle to hear ParsJfaJ there tltlb pvenlijE They will return tomorrow Housekeepers Attcutton An easy vay to save itionuy is tto my your iarpcts curtains mattlii Did window sliucles from us RUDY piiiuars L Cove vnntcviy lioUKCReejitT to ItI itir Hues of carpets nialiing nll J tngsS1lofOlP J uytup liUDV IMIILLIPS CO Iditlics bind silk pct moats ut ib H uD ItJI I Cpo 0I r E DEVILS ISLAND d J It Tastq Good It is God It Docs Good yJt 0 FM- Sy d 1 hebc t selling pin In America Never sold in hulk only in quarts pints stud half pints Per sale at nil drug stores 1ahd bars DREYFUSS WEIL aCO PADUGQH hh Sole Cmtrollcrs for J S A 1 5 +SY lour Saturday I1Ii oHcerts btII RUDY PHILLIPS b CO S tl dlt11rr2 1 q5 7 till I pln LrAr Deals Orchestra I HodryIJuWJslyrit N York city I IOfltlltGlofl1jnlell t Auier- Idyl Hearts and flowers Tobgnl rllntopJ1e ytlanICn6 Sun ValIzei M IQJti J Si Clntr plttt1aVElahdit3h16I Wlrtrtlons from tl iThviitorB Verdi InteruiMzoTfie chadorW d Powers 1h1J1 f r pllnQ by J If ttemlok 4h8llt 2C1I tt tNItOtrltIG4IrplollrrOIl rhe 8J1kee Goqta11 Yn 1111 A Selldl1 Lire b1n flats ot 0tlT- JleapapnGM pllbll1f11 for pIano eta bjr WI marls lions Met I olin Scrcnnitc The TV Vlol m DIF e1odleInT1lrtoIt r8- IflfircTfiJBlKhwl tarJ11ttiI lWJ deiceoaDAtr pemII Wlttiitirlf Suns New York llPubllhbDdtab IItlle CO Brppdway sod 58th street row York pity t f 4f o the orpbestm vJA7aed1 crud rpopular nICnw and tUaurtarcl snlnctlons Qty end Mr Deal will frj pleased to render w flrtta autnOsrs say pieces that may be requested +t t r T his is tht Cabiit 1 f v Won k3y MrsWE Rogers 1 205 Broadway Mrs Rogers ticket was No 210 and is to be congratulatedon getting such a handsome and useful cabinet The McDougall Kitchen Cabinet is the best cabinet ever put on the market and is handled exclusively in Paducah J j 4 rBV= 7ramz =er = t RODS BURfORD I- CO tPANY s I p 7 J Uill1 i NDHTU FQUOT STREETcm IrIMc rj Y i t ff LIIiS1iIQI M t1M t fL II LIetric Ci andeliers 1 i Electric Chandeliers and fixtures i tRCgCplarCallandBCe our new display r om1 I t Foreman Bros NoveltyrCo s JNOonp onATcp j I22J24 Broadwayr iPhone 757 1 Jw v ii iwiiiwwlJ Ww WiijiiiiiJwJ M v 1 1 JE OlllSO 11 1PJIPIumboqlf J II IfJr J t l 1 Stoain and ifot Water IIIciOJng f 4waa rlltdtlL 4 R f 520 SJroadvvey AAAl MMMR vMMM MM 1 PTl hA i LMnr Buslnctis men and all others who wish to carry their bank account where they will receive all roar t sonablo accommodation prompt ftttoiitlqn and cour Wous U0itment aro lu vltod ito pp a ii an account 13 With the 4 J American W German National Qank I Established 172 t IJJ Capital SurpJiJB 33Ronfl IJoposlta G76tODi Ceo C Thompson Pros Ed L Atkins Cashier 1 j I BdAIlb OF D IIIBCTORS I III T J Attciuo ViocIroBldeut Geo Rock Wholesale loots find Shoes W lt nrad haw eiQonunoa wealth Attoruoy J A Knuer Wholesale Pot i try L F Koto of DuBois Kolb h Co Wholcsrle Drugs 11 A Petter President II A Petter Supply Co C F JUeJce of C II Rieke Rt Sons rttNholOllate Dry GooiU Muscoe Buruett Superintendent and Treasurerr t Padnoalt Water jCaGo C Tliumpsoncljleut i Interco paid on TJme Deposits This Tlflnl COWl nets an It brandies of a modern Banking Business 1 n dI Iv t IrI fitt JjJ f AHD EBPA1KIHG 7 4 s PiRaTpUfl SS KORSBSHOB1NO n tqgtislltfYof r4tihbertIrezhigh grafle Bprlug wugonsj Will wll priay wagon DJ Installment payments 1- t o3J9 Court SU 1 1y GRE1F Manaerd t J 1 a I 1 iSATflITh1 APRIL 20 THE PADUCAH EVENING StJPAGESKVBN JL A j u rA I IJt i iI lj iIvI 1 k 1c4 i heWings fthe t1 1 i J I = a- I I S p LOUIS r I b i M0 TMCY G 1 f iiiif1 n al II rr 1 1 4 J CHAPTER v- IIFR AKTHtn DEjAXig was sIt ting nloue ItiI his cabin hi1I of deep dejection wl1QJ1 wild nWuSed 6y a IraSe rt enterifd till give iiiol t1ttIn bour7 ho I 1iart something to say to uu before we laird L TIll shipowner silently inOtWileti liii ijto a sent t It concerns Iris and myself cOn Inued Anstrutber I gathered froi our words when we tuctou the Islaii t hut both you and Lord Veutu6r re rnrded Iris as his lordship promised lido From your point ot view tlie rninpcnient was perhaps imturnl an jultablo but since your djiagbter lett louglcong It happens that She and I flvu fallen In love with liich other jo please listen to me I am not ieie to urge my claims on 3bu I wpin er fftfrly rilid IIntend to Icwfr h6rt wer tip whole hou80 of peers Opposed ffit le At this moment I rVunt to tel mi her fntupj1 why she could never vei Undfrr other circumstances mar r Lord Veutnor Thou ho proceeded to place fbeforo IC iMtnuiulHl lJu ron t ft tlctflllod hlir ry or his iwMit career Jliwns Jt pi did story of wonnrLH pprfldy twiy old It carried conviction In ver entence At the conclusion Sr Arthur bwed its Bend bdtwOen his linnd 1I fitntjot choose but believe you yie ndinltteO hnsUllj Yet lipw cnmi f ou to be BO ufljuafly convicted by a ribrtnnl cffffiposod oT tour urotDer Of jeer Tiiey could not Help themselves To itoiult me iwont that they discredited ftp sworn testimony not only of mj oloriels wife but of the clvy head pit ih important overoirieut mission not 6 mention somo Vbught Chinese evl lence Buti you ire pdwerlOmetl now You tJi liiTftlly boDe to liliip yOur eiftre llsetl Vhnt clinjieo Is therei that your mine will reF be dented tOlrs CNteboll enji tto it If she will ai JSC vnnrlei uf siiti n wongl1 urenpt 6 be depended on If Lord Ventnoi lias cast her off her hatred inayjjrgvc hunger thou her pasjion Anyhow I ifiould be the last man to despair of L Jpds providence Compnre the eon njlon Of IfIsland myself today with f I om plight on the ledge f ibe shipowner sighed heavily I hope ybir faith will be Justified It It jtlIott1I iiiw4si tc jX lmppendo I und rttiud tliat my t daughter and you Intend to get innj frEed wiietiier I give orwUnliold my t sanction7 t IAlI8trlIther rose and bp ned the door I hay ventured to tell you lie said t i why she should not marry Lord Vent nor When I come to you and flak you for her which I pray may Ue BOOH It will be time enough to answer that question should you then decide to Put It It must be rememberedr that lt bert knew nothing whatever of the older inns predicament while tim baronet uitot his own troubles wall n no nood to tko a reasonable vlfewl Of Anstruthers position Thus for a little while these two weie driven apart aria Anatrutherdls dflliied to urge the plea that not many wcoUs would elapse before he would be a richer man than lila rival The chief sufferer was Sit Arthur Deane Hffd iris guessed bow her fattier was j frt motAtpfl she wnlilil nnt hnvtt remain etton the bridge riidjrntnn JmIrthful t Jwl the gray 11lllr uo4 t gazed 1 1 whstony eyed despair fljt spme memo f rqnda which lie extracted from his pa- Pi IS luren tliouaahd p undtl lie muttered J ot a grt siiin for1tjlie millionaire flubneier lr Arthur Deane to raise I on his note of hand A few months ago ujpn offercsd me one hundred times the ciwguiit pn no better security Alid atm to think that a set pf jabbering mytIt Kill discount our paper unless they nee assured Lord Ventnor btia joined thji board IrtfihC mS of ail men be i iig willing tyo parter my child for few Illoe90 gold rite tupugljtf was maddenjn igooi little fvlille he ylelaea to utter uespoiid J Icu It VLt5 quite true that a compar rittNli limn1 amount Of money would ttptor thu stability of his firm Even Itfjiiotit It were his credit unimpaired li could easily tide over the period of dlic4pu until tile first fruit of hla- efitorprlS6 w jro garnered TJien all nf u would flail huh as u genius i crib tumulmig over Uhf lmperti htl dilJelIIS came across the last letter Of u written liz htit 6y IrlS ijfothcr How ski slated oi tjiolr only uhlid He re 1 clUed quo night shortly before his wife did wlHHI the little Iris was brought I jto tier rooti to klas UlnnllllspHr 1mfnntllti fnayors isuD liati dvlsa a fciruiula of her own U6d bIeril fa liorl Gcttl QIQIi mother c1tJ fcietfi mile tbolf IHtnt glrlr t ud vhajt ivas It she cried to him ffefen Wo bunch tffour own little girl given buck to i wtfntrtQJJ1tftlYl L t whose pastuu wati the degradation at women and the defamlup of bone t men Tbiit settecl 1H fnstantly the cloud iwasjlftl from life AOtil Area t peac4 Nun tfbon him Th mm of fjrd tfiislu ss tfS tmgtit u6t 1 be able td aver but Ue would IIhv6 frtnl the wrec 1 that jvhlch be prized more than nil else bis daughters love The engines jlrofped to half speei They weni entering the Uarbbr of Sin gnpore fn a few hours the worst would be Over If entuQr telegrnphe tp Lpndon his yltbtlrwaltrom bq board nothing short o a dral for 10000 would prevent certain cret Itors froin flliiiK a bankruptcy yetlttpi In the Ipcal banks the baronet Mil about a thousand to bjs credit Sure among the rich mcrchnnta of the port men who knew the potentialities of his scheme Let would be able to raise tlJe money neededj HJJ would try hoi Already liei jfejt Ijruver Tbe pld 1119 bad returned to his blood The CIT belief that be was acting hi the WAY best cdlcujnted to secure tItS jlniijji teri ha pluesa stimulated rind eucpui ageiUllni tte wetft mi decft to moetlrls sklr ptrjilown the Ijfftchway l A Oil there ybu aror she crietl was just coming to flndbyt why yd werfi jnoRjng In your cdbln 2armissing the most beautiful viewni grceris anti bjueg and brgwnaj Hut qutpk1 I want you to see every Inc of it 1 She held out hr fifini and pullet Utn leeffllly up the stopS Lpanlu against the taffrall some distanc apart from each other wore A strutL er and Lord Ventnor Need It VI said to whom Iris drew her father Here he Is J3 flpb f t ebb18u hea I do believe be was sulking becaus Captain Fltzrpy was so very attoUtlv to nfe Yet you didnt mind It a bIt The two mon looked into each pthor eyQB They smiled How could tbe resist the contagion of her sunny nature uJitir 1 l thiniiini g jjyQr what yoi siid to me just now Austrutbcr suit the lilpowrier slowly Ohcried IMii Have you twi been talulng secrets behind my back It Is no s6cret to you my Httli girl Her fathers voice lingered 01 the phrape 4rVhen wnre on shore Hdbert I will explain matt8r4tayoi more fully Just now I wish only tto tell you that where Iris has given he heari I will not refuse her baud JJkfttPok ttlZacObatwt1On1ier bnndi and kissed hlmLotd Ventuor wondering at this effusiveness strolled for wardsWbthna happ ned ailss Denhe ho Inquired Have you jUt discover ed what an excellent parent you pus sossr The baronet laughed almost hysteric ally Ton my honor be cried yom could not have hit upon a happier ex planatlon His lordship was not quite satisfied 1 suppose ypu will take Iris to Smiths hotel 7 he said with cool im pudqn eII Iris hhswered him uYes My father has just asked Robert to conic with usby inference that lIs Whore ar6 you gorHg Tile adroit use Of her lovers OuriStlUri name goaded his lordship to sudden heat Indeed he snarled Sir ArthUi Deaiio has evidently decided a gOoil many things during the last hour Yes was the shipowners quiet retort I have decided that my daugh ters happiness shpuld bethhchiefton slderatlon 6t my remaining years All else must give way tolt The carls swarthy face grew sallow with fury His eyes blazed and there was a tense vibrato in lila voice as he daldIThen I must congratulate you Miss Deane You are fated to endure ad ventures Having escaped from ths melodramatic perils of Rainbow iglarid you are destined to experience another variety of shipwreck here He Joft thcyu Not n jjird had Rob ert spoken throughwatMe unexpected 8COnev IllS heUrt wakj trobbfiig wltli n tremendous joy ttqd his Jqrdshlls- snee anJ Iqt p bi1i iiUutl could not fall to iiote ttfb nfallnantpiirpos- eotjpflrtirzgenteu etIn iris quietly masterful way he loccd his hand on the baronets shoul del What did Lord V ntuor meanT he iisked I Sir Arthur benne anred with a tnfni ciiilld It Is illfllonlf intnlk nnnii 1ylJJI thla tnotnent iV ait ntitll wo reach the hptyjl The news hew fast through tire set lemeiit that her mnJest SHhlp Orient md returned from her ling search for ho 8lrdnr hOW r9hll Occupied her isunll nncliornp and a VOat was low erect to ttflce off the paBacngera The bi tsjvunff ott Into the tideway ir pfo resa shoreward watt watched Li y a suitll knot of people mostly ounjjers crud coollos Anio S thorn hiiswev K were two fierSona who had Uiven rziRltlytq the Jrtndjjijfl jilnce vhen the arrival of the Orient was ie oxftd One bore nil the distinguishingI w ot g1il miLr i1JIW rirll bu1fJhe other wU MinlstttUably if gl e tr ihr TI II err r1t1eUll1 t 1 IJ made no preterse thut he fouTit hear theLeR frcfllUtt Ufl wore injptfj1 tinily at the climate the place And Its inhabitant At tin irfent he was Irt a 81 tP of wfitl excltenient H1 was verj tall very tout exceedinglyl red faced rroduclng n tremendous telescope he vainly endeavored to balance It on the fihriulder of a ruiilve servant ypnnt yoi stand still yuu blithering pilot he shouted after futile attempts to fO os the advancing boat or shall I steady yort with a clout over the ear His companion tle nrmy man win lootlpg through ft pair of Oeld glnssea fey Jove he criel1I can see Sir Arthur peniie and a girl who looks lIko his drttighterl Theres tbnt Iitferiial scaihp Ventnor too The big man brushed the servant put of his way and brandished the tale scope as though It wer6 a Uludgeon thiedlrtyiieggnr He drove my ltd 1 misery riiid death yet he has catoe- urick safe null sound Walt till I meet Win Ill QtijInor My vengertiioe hilts first Whatl By the Jumping M0rf63 L do bel eve yes It is AnstrUthefl 1 Your nephew Is sitting next to the girl i Tbfi telescope fell On the stones with a crasb The giants rubicund face suddenly blanched He leaned oil his friend for support are not mistaken he almost IYouwhimpered Look again for Gods sake man I Make sure before you speak Tell met Tell mel ITo Bs Continti U Naturest Great1 Invention On de bank oh de Amazon far away far Inny What Itr Sreen gits August Flower to UIs day Ah plcVed done flowers in Aifgiwl In ole Bmt An aldo lie a Yankee ah longs to be dar atill August Flower is the only medicjt free froth alcoholic stimulants that hajJ been Successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus iUI normal condition and assisting nature processes of digestion separation anti at sorption for building and rebuilding by preventing AM irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and perfect natural procsses and result in1ntAl final indigestion catarrhal affection onusiugappendicitisstoppage of tHe unhealthyrbi stlfdtlon niid other Cpmplaiilts such ii colic biliousness jaundice etc i qAugust Flower is natures intended regulator iwosizes 250 ie AH dniggist Sold by DUBOIS KOLB CO Backache Pain in the Hips and Groins In most cases are direct lesultfi pf WKAK KIDNEYS and INFLAMMATION OPTIIE BI APDER The Htriiiti on this Kidneys and in flamed membranes lining tfiia neck ot dlie Dladdor producihg tliese I paiiis LARKS KIDNEY GLOBES WILL CURE III Two doses give reliefiiauJ oije box will cure any ordinary ease of Kidney or Bladder trouble Removes t Qroivell euros Dialictea Seminal Kuiissionsi Weak and latino Back UliouinatiHm and all irregularities of the Kidneysl and Bladder in both men I and woman Sold at 60 cents u box on thd No Cure No Pay basis by McPhersons drug store Fourth and Broadway sole agents for Pa d calJor sent by raail upon receipt of price to Lurk Wicdicine e Co Louisville Ky 7 HmH HEADACHEMrfaIberbad fofJbff Imt tweutsrT Jur Hia Hirer foufld ily ellef until ho began taking your Caicarekt Hines ho bal begun taking Cserta be has never hat the headaah They have euUralr cured bm Caicaretv do what you recommend them to do t will give you the prlrlleeo of mine his name I UnickionllMReiluerbtWIudlanipollalnd Best For The Dowels CAN DV CATHARTIC D000ndNeversold In bulk The genuine tablet stamped COO Unarantoed to CUtS uryxioruopey back Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or NY 598 ANNUAL SALE TEH M1LUOK IOXES A A gtindjrtlI rerowJy Ipr Glw Xji AlIDWIN1 nof ld Bladdr Trlflibles 1 1 WIVES MOTJIKRS AND J DAUGHTEltS Should All Head ilil Geiiulno and Grntituous Leter Ijjfipin Otto Who Wait Cured SOUTH BIND RF nmi CQ OenU iirhriI feell very grateful to the itAONOLTA BLOSSOM for IIt saypd ny life Last winter YOll- rAlrellt lnducsdmo to tnR4 the MAGNOLIA BLOSSOM for a calloused nnd lacerated Womb nd I aim positively any tlint I nm cured of tllatctnd also of nn Aliiccaa In my side after Doe Lots horn told me I must die nut I am now well and strong ond have n nice girl baby that J hav r named hftiBr hiP njedlolno that anved my life I idy friends do not despair lint try MAQ NOLTA trejyihsN Fort Madi3on In WA6NOLIA BLOSSOM IIs no quack propnrntlon but nn ture OWtl rnredy for women anti girls vtt almnlf homR trftJn ntI for the cilroof Ivurorrliolfi Wbtnb trouT bles headache backache lioarlnit down pains and other distressing troubles BO common among women Ask lOur druggist for MAGNOLIA BLOSSOM One dollar for A box con- taInIng on months traatmont Write to the SOUTH BEND UBMRDY CO South Bend Intl their book entitled A Rook for Wom n sent tree to any address Letters rpquftlnp medll cnl advice referred to our Itirty physl Mnrm And treated with strict conn dance yJtMazi Here JMr C B Phelps gorierai super intondPnt of transportation of the Loulsvlllo and Nashville road was in Paducah this morning conferring with Jofiffl I C dfllfclalH tit Phelps pnsgad tfirodgh tho city ilast night en route to Cairo and After finishing iris business there last night returned to Paducah this morning and left at noon for Louisville Bftliarits Uorehdunil yriip- ImitncdiaJeiy relieves Jioafse crou py cough oppressed rattling rasp- Ing and dlfllcuK brSathtHg Hehry C Stearns Druggist Stfullkthirl Vls write May 20 1901 I have been selling Bftilards Horehound Syrup for two yours and hav riSver hail a preparation that has given lette1at IIsfaetibn1 I notice that 1 en I sell a bottle they come baflk 1r more can honestly recommend It fcGd SOc 1 Sold by DuBpht Kolb It Co Pa- ducah KyII tII TDiiitl1 rf Ifti 1ziriflS1 Mrs Mary Gr jaff aged 46 died yestOrday alternodn train patayiuls at nor horns 010 Boyd JtrMt She leaves a husband and tvo children The funeral took place thisl afieF noon buriall at Oak Grove Curtis fcough ann Cofilrf Mrs C PeiersoS 62C Lake street Topeka ICan says Of all cough remedies Ballards HOrehound Syrup is my favorite it has done and will tloall that is claimed for I ltpspeedily euro all coughs and colds dud It is so sweet and pleasant to the taste 2Gc 50c ji bottle Sold by DuBoIs Kolb Co Pa iicajj Ky t f fUtES DOWN i I4flStMght- Th i 1 winds Wiit nflrt plaiR- havo6 with If C talegraph wires be- tweenI Paducah and q1trhlCity and Dispatchers Fe gutoh and lf Cab had to work all night due stationed here and another itt Princeton jn order to handle the business without delay fht1eii occurred sorhpheACI uetweent Cumberland rive and rav ell Switch and all wires wont down bfsp lcficr JilcCaiie was tentuptot wiirR north of lifef brenT arid Dfs patcner Ferguson tem lned here woMilng lip tb tile break The wires were striitfg again this morning and wefe IIi ffitd worKIng order again jfnobttTlfere tib qtijio it thunder storm Here 1n Padftcah wflh a good deal tit winii bUt there was no feeroui damage A number of trees and fenc es wpre buttthis Is ahput all tho damage reported HJJAITH IS YOIJTH Disease riM Sickness Bring Old Age Herblnt taRen every ninlnBi before breakfast will keep you In ro but tlIalth fit you towaVd- ease pttrdls It cures constipation bilious ness dyspepsia fever skin ilyer and kidney complaints it purifies tthe bibbd and cleaia time cpmplexlon Mrs D fy Smith Whitney Tei writes April 31 i62 I have usea- lIerblne tittud It the best nidl cine for cons 1patlo 1 and liver troubles It iides all you ciaffi for it I can highly recomtilenfl ItV6Ps a bot tleJ I Sold by bliSbla Kolbfe Co Pa ducafl iq Five luJiV pfifterils In bite ftirthlii Ji at llflO ifair you niiist see our stocl before Iztthi1t ttUllY PHILLIPS CO ffefunitoi f Pntiticnii itr Jicitfy Oweti wIth hall boon working in ralfrbad service In St Louis hdfs tft65pil3 it poiltloh In tin locai I c ytri offlte lIe1 lvrmain In Padifoah perrjavifently and ills fiiailV friarldswjii be pleased to lIdttrn t of lttSil irnIitAA Dandy for Hums Dr Bergifi Palfa 111 writes J have urfed BUlldfds Show Liniment Ialways recommended It to my friends as I anV cotifiitdnt tHere is ho better riiade It ist a dandy for burns Thoge SVhollvo oft faTriMltrp esjfetSIally litf lettj many a cdentiitl oito burns brulse whlca hjeal rapidly when Ballard Snow Clnfiffient fs applied It should alwuys bo ket Ih the hotises for Cases of Uiergency 25c 50c 1bottle Sold by DUBoIB Kolb Co Pa- ducah Ky Let Us put lift hew window shadei for YOth we iise oiily the liext mate tennis lid guarantee satisfactory work nun 1IIIIjLIPS co Ladles perenle Wrappers In black anti white jfrey nidi blue n 100 J UUDY PHILLIPS CO iW J Special Sale I on Wail Paper I i3 lI1 i i 1 f 1 The greatest bargiihsi in wall paper that has ever been offered to the public You can paper a room side wall ceiling and border to match for the small sum of drily 65 cents NiCk plain flbrardesigns that others are selling at 6 cents per roll we will sell you at only 1 12c per single roll OT 3 bents per double roll all new and beautiful designs Also nice handsome designs at Sc 10 ISc 20c and uj5 to 30ti per single ft ll all kinds all price to suit tliii people New panel effects ingrain designs in cornice and every Conceivable color and ipplique borders to thatch All colors in burlaps Also hhndsdrhfe wood effects in Japanese fibre all colors The very lalestl designs in all new papers We also carry a full line of BeadfngSj Room Moulding Picture Frames Window Shades Citi1i Tabki find Building dnd Roofiif apers CMIahdste our nice line Off sam pIes aiftfrbe cfqnvihced that We will treat you right and giv dii the best values fbr the mpftey I IIIICCLEEIII o f e n i L II WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION to The Pad tah Saddle llrUi and elEALTH TALi1i jr 1 QIi L1 vuIixN1u DlLO JW1S RXLxat nervous prostration n1 n1 diseases or the genermtiv- orgaa or eibvr sat such as Ieus Prostrtton Iaittnor Lost Nlhll11bt1 NItbiIJ 1wlesiortI Youthful Errotsloloutil ejceuiVd c Im1FgD1 rOtilum wtiicb lead tGonsttmptton sail llIsoII11 With ever Sli order we ltuarlQteal cucr or retunti tbo money Sold nt 1OOfi r bor U blcs ton tiauu DU JUOJVAS G1tEM1AL co Cleveland Obt UUDois riOT B It CO PADUOAH XL IIIVER VDVS- iJ t The gauge today t13 feet and rising alowjy The AVllford left today for Ten hessee rIVer and the Victor leave tomorrow for Tennessee river The John S Hopkins had a gbbc t trip up tho Ohio nt 11 a m today Tho Charleston will arrive tomorrow tram Tennessee rivthaztd un load at Joppa leaving on her return Tuesday Tlfa Qiittorff will arrive tomorrow horn NaiJiv j le and len Monday fori ClarkBville The Jofin S Hopkins was today jlyptsvllIe packet The Royal left at a Ip m today for Golcpnda The Rees Lee left Memphis yea teruay for Cincinnati and Isdti her tomorrow The Peters Lei Jef Cincinnati yesterday and Is due herf for Memphis Tuesday Theeril ckx leaves at C p m today for Tennessee river ti11 Jfiaftfia Hention arrived tram Louisville and lleft for Tennessee rlv fti The Inverness and Pavonla left 1dmr Tennessee rIver R9hlcrn o frir Itif firin I I T A jj- I V LI GI s tj Ou dud after February 37 1905 we will begin strictly a cash bus I ness and as no bundles i will be left without tire money we will issue 4 for time convenience of lurcuiJtomeu Coupon Books in denomiuotions of iioo S2 o13 00 und Jsoo tits percent discnuut for cash which cube purchased at our office or from otir drivers Thanking the public for its liberal patronage we are i StEAM LAUNDRY 0 ORJHOYBR1131 S FOURTH ST i jgtbiiaiu Pnonts Office nouns Xi to 3 p ui New t- il7to9pm Old 77 PADUCAH UNDERTAKING COMPANY StF POOL Manager GUY NANCS Asst aoS South Third Street Reid nee over store Both PLoiies tio Prices Reatibnabie We rrhave aoezlt TiuwSFe anfl other gncda we will close out their ABRAM L WElL CO CAMPBELL BLOCK r lepiiouea Office 3 9 Residences 72 INSURANCE KOOAH Wi VMMITT fi REAL STATE AGENCY Aszini U4L rrAti4 Watn5I FAtM BO ANaE RE fOR PwaN 9T JIINI I t C eS fW= o W I tt r uioWl 1t VV man ffi cture of upfo3ate Harness for the city trade Oar reiftll a jJrlih ht noy qoptajhs the most ex tensive line of high grade wbtkever shoVh in the ciof Paducah Co pF Jefferson AND ThorrcatrenuiIor Worry AFTER USiNG tThOLI STAR St Louis and Tennessee CompanjIFtfR fflNESStE IttrakR tf 1 STEAMER CLYDE Leavea Paducah for Tennessee Ever Every Wednesday at p m WM TI HUNTER Master EUGENE ItOBlNSON Cietlc THls cuihpany is not res onsiSla for Invoice charge unless collected iy the iilerlc of the boat NEW TBLGPHONE SUBSCRIBERS I Listq net ubscrifepr8aldedj L y the Bast Tennessee Telephone comP ny today t I 1417Meyers L Residence 2024 teyerB- 169C Turner S Ev Resident I 1222 Monroe I 35Cr Mtlbiirn W T Residence Lone Oak 173tiLewis Geo Residence i 333 S Seventh t1314Wilkins Ben Residence 903 S Third fDfSOjFuHferson Ira Residence 421 S Sixth- Remember ri rite frle5wdulrf liervlce complete long j4HrajtiI 1 fteotiontf srtti arnat ot or Jrc Bribers eRr the same prh oifr4tfra 1 naU6r2 ebarss rsr Jsss ttu Iitr th local sorvjce to CORRECTED DAiLY W McKNIGUT Gito A Wkio President Manager HuanRS MCKNIGHT Secy end Trtag PAOUGAHHHARD- WARE a IRON UU Successors to JJficab WelU l 7 South Third SIted Wa oii and carriage bardrtare blacksmith and contractors tools and supplies wagon woodwork and wheels R H Reed J T Gilbef REED 4 GILBERTO- steopathic Physicians Rhone 196 Brook Hill Bldg Fourth and Uro w- tyllenryMaininellJr r Removed to Third and Kentucky Book Binding Bank Work Legal and Library Work a specially C C GRASSHAM I Formerly of 1ab- dLAWVER IHOOM 4 THMEHEARt BUtLbfNC OLD PHONE997A T L L D SANDERS BfCCIALICT ON DISEASES 0iYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT EYETE8TEDGLA5SSflTyEDthce 8 am to 4 pm Paducah Ky Acme HotelP H Rogers Mgr Brobkport IllinoisRATES 100 PER DAY Livery Rigs Furnished at Reasonable Itatee t Grr Eden LAWYERS 527 Urttdiay Wilcox lIdixig I a rt Hiifl HBI i PAt 11 EIGHT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNStTURT1 APRIL 2f 1IeIIMIO YI110 OOr1 Lf 1 m q I H 100 01 lII IOfis111A B nr u F It RiIiI rrr From the Beginning to the End of May We Will Conduct a Great May Sale Per months this store has been buying and preparing for a bit May sale You can always feel that you arc getting your moneys worth when buying here but there are other and many tunes during the years merchandising when you get far more than your moneys worth here Now this is only made possible because this is known as a cash buying store and because this is a cash buying store we make It our business to lookout for bargains at cash prIces We are always glad to give the public the benefit of our lucky purchase because we feel that true bargains are pprecllltcd when under stood and known There wilt be hundreds of these untsualand out of theordmarY bncgains on sale from week to week during our May sale which begins and ends with the month ISOJIIr nilRAT SPKCIATi I PURCH ASKS IN SILKS AND DRKSS- JOOIS WILL nn PN SAMS THIS WRKK These silk and dress goods offer 4tagsare the most fashionable weaves colors and effects The prices are a positive saving to all those who buy lien MANY VXUSUALLY LOW PUICItl- OKFKRIXOS IX UPTOIhVTU WASH AND SUMMHH- 1HCKSS PAHRICS Our groat buying opportunities d IN Kentucky Undo by Telegraph Bowling Green Ky April 29 Mary C Slaughter of this city ant tames C Murrell of Fort Mackensle Wyo were married by telegram The lbride attired in the usual veil und white wedding dress and accom panied by a number of friends wal- tii I the Howling Green end of the line und answered the usual questions A minister Was at each end of the tine The telegrams uniting the happy pair only cost 270 This Is the second couple Manager Causey of the West ern Inlon has recently assisted in marrying whet the bride and groom were separated by several thousand miles Murrell is post quartermaster sergeant at Fort Mackenzie Ills reg iment will leave in a few days for the Philippine Islands He desired his bride should come to the fort and lie married but she preferred the ceremony to be performed before starting on such a Jouruey The woman will accompany Iwr husband to i he Philippines 14 N1Le y w Water Hoys Now Hank Water Valley Ky April 29Tho organization of the Dank of Wafer F f Volley has been completed and offl t eers elected The following are the XIII officers Dr Geo F Weaks presi III Vii dent J 0 Holland vicepresident Den P Bennett cashier directors M Barnes O W Phelps E Q kt Stokes James A Latta G P Weaks r1 O Holland and lien P Bennett The bank will begin business about the middle of May- Marrlage III Trig Cadiz Ky April DSmlUl Broadbent and Miss Anna Elizabeth Hopson prominent young people of the Cerulean neighborhood were have made It ponlblo for us to get these uptodate summer drew fab ties to tell at unuaujU bargain prices to buy and not to buy them horn llit throwing part of your money nwny UOUOHT SPROIAL FOR OUR MAY SALH SILK miHRKLLAS FOR WOMEN A big purchase made direct from a lending manufacturer brings you exceptionally good value in womens aoilnch silk umbrellas with cover and silk tassel at only 1 and 123 each Hundreds of women are taking advantage of our agency and sale of McCalls stylish patterns at 16c married at the homo of time brutes father Mr M P Ilopion near Cern loan Manled in Kjv ttrtt W Claude Morris und Miss Mary B Elliott of this place were married In fashvllle Tenn I Statet Sa ufliie Madisonvllle Ky April 39The fight for tho republican nomination for the state Mnatorahlp from this down to two men William Lynch of Dawson and Lat F McLaughlin of this city Den T Robinson of Mor tons Gap withdrawing from the race leaving the field for the other two The date for the republican convention has not as yet been made but both candidates are fighting for their lives and it is hard to deter eared that Clthrles Meachatn or Ht r klnsrllle ICy will bo the democratic nominee as It is generally under stood that the Hopkins county dole gates will support Mr Meacham and should the vote In Christian county be divided between Mosoly and Meacham would give the nomination to Meacham as both are Christian Bounty men The mbtrlcl is republican by a small majority when a full vote Is polled Death at Ky April ZOMrs John T Waller daughter of Prof- J J Glenn of this oUr dUd at the home of her father of consumption and her remains were carried to Hop 1 klnsvllle and interred She returned 20c 15c 1 1lOc 500 Skirts All our lOc 8c 12 i2c Oc A ORKAT MAY SALK OPTIUMMKU AND UNTimiMKD MILLIN- JSRYt Many charming stylea to trimmed and untrimmed hats and an nnexcell ed variety from which to mnUe your selections art hero The shapes are new prettier richer and rnqre artistic titan ever anil yqu will agree with us that equally low prices are not offered elsewhere SPRCfAL MAY OiFtiKUlXfiS IX tvobICNS 1 jLtWnlltlllg skirts wailJJ Shirtwaist suits under muslin and other ready towear garments for vrqjnon We have jest reCevpd an assort d d d front Florida about three weeks ago where she had been for more than two years In search of health She was the only daughter of Prof j J Glenn editor of the Graphic and was about 28 years of ago She leaves a husband ant a little daughter Tobacco Mnflcvt KYI April 21hTho receipts for tho woek on thQ locoj tobacco market according to tho tie Jport of flio liiiJiiBitors amount ttf 3BO hogsheads and for Ihu yoar to ir ItG5 hogsheads Hero were no pal lie offorng At private sales ISI hogsheads were disposed of and the sales for the year aggregate C70 hogsheads Sales on the loose door were aatsfactory though the deliver ies owing to weather were not as large as usual Prices ranged as follows Trash 275 a 310 lugs 3504476 common leaf 5rG medium lent GGG good leaf 7f S There was no fine leaf offered Ladles beautiful whlto wool shills 5l0 RUDY PHILLIPS l CO Mixed f and Paint Mixed Paint We lire local agents for what we believe to be the best paints In Atnprl ca Let us give you a color chart and talk over the colors aud cost with you Also complete line of Paint and Whitewash Brusher Phones 777 Ph Go y Streets tOe 7 ISc in of womens which we have priced for first week of the May sale at 160 and 360 a Really the making alone would ttost you as much Itlriot we are tor ready to wear WOMHNS1 WAISTS A JRKAT VA RIETY Styles that are right up to the inlu uto In every and values are you C ngat In any oWer store WALKING SKIRTS OF THEM MAY Not only have you a great variety L p CnSTTtNO FOR RIO SHOW NlLVr nIONTIL Gorltitft Vlllajio and Country Store Will Re Larger Tuna They lint Were Utffuit I wor r Is progressing rap- Idly the German Village promis es tp bo one of the In the citys history Tho three vaudovllle acts secured for tho V are I i Benseley and Tromllln singers and jugglers and Hyatt heroI ak 8 wtelle and Sears singers and j dancAe j Monday a committoe will start out I for the purpose of Interesting mer chants and in thodl for Thursdays big parade Thursday will be Illinois Day and possible will bo to- makdjt que of special attraction for I the two pjji three thousand visitors 6 Ingram of the Country Stbro reports that the mer chant are taking a great deal of In I toi DBt In I the this year j Thp dellver led to any of the city No I t Louis Sti Louie All our All our 8 3c lOc SOc 75c 1 lot 20c 1 ment stilts the 264 suit more than the stilt ilmt bettor than FOR Tin SALK TIIR apd best week foot Lent play done Itj and store part extra 8 from which to make your choice Hut you get here perfect fitting correct stylish skirts at prIces no higher than youll have 10 pay many others for similar styles made of a but poorer ciuali tYwlth a hang about them TI1sl1 tfue because so many new are making skirts and dont know how and whore to gIVe the little touches that make a grace ful figureBOYS r Our at 250 3 380 anti 460 are as gopd and stylish dnil as any that anti at a third more than our prices t 1 tHarbour Department Store1lortfn THIrd SQUARE StreetFROM BROADWAY J I KENTUCKY NEWS TOLD PARAGRAPHS ilH Jtnslivllle- Hopklnsvllie IF01 andI thoi Madlsonvillc- Madlsonvlllo Dress Iloplclnsvlllc Hopklnayjllo unseasonable Crescent Paintf Implement Wagon Ready readymixed approximate IL Hugg DruggistI OUT HUSTLING c1arulval manufacturers ovqrKtltJng expeetpdChairnanGeo will be larger and bettor than ever before The carnival Is busy papur all over tli la section of the and front reports Is the big show liettor than evor beforo The ate dnlly llooilud with letters from people in all parts of the country for which Insures there will bo no dearth of ap for v 1 I WAS S l VRARS Gin airs Leah lull Died Near Shnllle Mr S A Hill manag er of The Sun this a message that his mother Mrs Leah Hill was very 111 At her home near Sharpe Marshall county and left at 730 to be at her message later came that she was dead Mrs Hill was a highly respect ed lady 84 years old and leaves five children She had boen In health for a year or more but hpr death camp very The hour of the funeral has not been set but It will be burial at the family grave yard Ladies white linen suits at3sn SHOO and 0fi RUDY CO I I lK EaahttsrU BILL toppling newspapers RecordIJournaItenrstsPostDispatch Chronicle GlobeDemocrat Memphis Appeal Hearsts Chica go 1 I rimes I Scimitar We are to deliver any of the above to your door every day Should the miss you call up 63 R old phone aud paper will be sent by special1 messen ger J FERRIMAN 311 Broadway 1 Cotton leworth l2c Table Table Linon short shirtwaIst charging particular IlJXIRKlS HlyriV hanging tailormade looklike dogeared largely clothes serviceable arcmiade country advertising hoatlquartors concessions plications privileges Marshall Ooiuity circulation morning bwlside- A tomorrpw sometime Milrtwnist PHILLIPS ETC Commercial American Louisville Evening Nashville American newspapers newsboy ELM be One Oc oonUofus received falling be 20c Satin White in short J h lOc Lace 5cr SOc J h M 100 Corsets 83 lOc Hose 8c 15c Hose x 1 1 Q I I She Cull of the Wild By Jack UAf from Indiana By Booth Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall By Charles Alice Old By Maurice Soldiers Fortune By Harding Davis Best In best In value a and dimness about the suits we sell o ia60 that makes them etipt ulal y desirable What the use of Ithrow Ing away part of your money ImylriR the same suits elsewhere higher prices WOMKX MIN AND CANNOT JRT WITH AND SLIPPKRS The very newestspring and mer styles are here We have secur 4 oil somo very bargains our May Sale Well be have you look u Great Books at Little Prices Volume for cltiss copyright published at 150 flTIodern I I London Gontleman TarkIngton Major Richard quality Theres smartness ALONG SHOES special gladto high fiction GraustarkBy George Barr McCutcheon We Wings of tho Morning By Louis Tracy ivShe Right Gilbert Parher SaracinoacaBy Marion Crawford Sherlock Holmes By Conan Doyle fifty others justad good Come in and look ovor our Book tI Counters and sea what wo are offering atII IIAnd f 50 I Volumety Newest book by tle author Mrs Wi gs9oc AU the latest and best novels cut to 18 Our book sale continue all next week HARBOURS DEPARTMENT I CITY TRANSFER CO i Now at StableWe are for all kinds of hauling TELEPHONE 499Ia I r If iIi y I THREE DAYS BIG BARGAIN SALE= MONDAY1 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY AT ROBERTS TUESDAY I I PROFITS THROWN TO THE WIND We will on MONDAY TUESDAYand WEDNESDAY better bargains than you expect Everything in ourl stock will be sold at a x price far below its reall value Absolutely nothing will reserved but everything will at a bargain We invite carefullinspec tit IItion feeling assured you will buy when you see the goods Below we give you a ffew of many LOW PRICES we will have for you Goods Grecian Veile 15c Suitings Suitings 1c8c Ladies Ginghams Allour Ginghams1 Plantation Carriage IBoth ViV IWIL Cotton Shirting Shirting Bleached Domestic Linens 40c Linens 5teFigured Swiss Lawns 7l2cWhite lengths decidedly CLujliiXO association gettlnglts unexpectedly Memphis prepared Stripe Goods lengths1 1OC Stripei White Goods L orsefsfciL C C If of Vincennes Thompson of MKNHOLOTIIIX at to ai CHILDRKN sumd for SOc per formerly I of WayBy F Adventures A Cents SANDY of copyright 1 BOOK located Glaufoers ready It v a S04Y offer r sold your the 375 r41 H21c I 25c Hoser 4 35ce lOc 1Ianakerchtefs x 8es f t 5cG I 2 Lace Curtains u 1 1 50 b 250 same 1 98SOc Swiss Curt iosu33c w J I I Everything in Laces and Embroideries A iis RedUced for Thee J Sale Days I I J R ROBERTS 3 5 Broadway J 1 i i rf J I 7t4ritarrrn t r1 j L rj l ii f rdI- + arv Ir r sa IiIiI u 1uy A do axe u =+ Ltc irwmr Jy ii 1IJ w f 0 D6aMFInpWWM IrAiiFY n