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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 V bth4b Fj 1 I Iy III VOL XXV NO 52 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 2 1909 TEN CENTS PEBBWEEK SDPT SUGGESTS l NEW fR JrpgR ENUMERATORS fWould Let Contract of Scour ing Names of School Guilt t Eros to One Man 1na t Waits to Knew if School k v Board Waats Co Papils i 1SCHOOL BOARD SlKRTft TOXIOH Census enumerators will be electe tonight by the school board wtilc wilt meet In regular cession sad +tiwaatachlldren of school securln age lbescity The problem of ecur- JBjtall tho children In the city Iis ia troublesome one for the trustees as recollections of the difficulty hud lust year Is fresh on tho minds of the trustees Every child In the city ot u school age whether attending the s tpublicschools or not at all Iis wanted s a by the trustees as the state allows j to3CO for each child of school age In the state At the meeting tonight ftuperln tendent J A Carnagey will present a plan which has been used In Loutw volllo and some other cities The plan IIs to let the securing ot the names ot the children to one man who may employ all the assistant that are needed With one man to superintend the work It IIs beloved that better results win results The numerators are allokcd 2 12 cents for each child Previously the city hsi been made Into districts and a tlnumeratorl aro allowed 2 12 cents hut several years ot experience hi proved that this plan Is unsatisfactory When the enumerators ate out for the that time good money can be rimad but only a few enumerators t s1 have taken the time and trouble to DIke a second trip over the district 4iand secure Uio iatues of children of families who were absent trol borne 1 F d9 tug the fljttr visit Another question before the board tonight will be the possibility ot liej curing the county high school pu pits Superintendent Carnagey will Inquire of the board if the trustees really want tho county graduates to attnd the city high school jj K i lo Mottle of Booze ItTandyf Reeves colored was arrest ed last night by Patrolmen Clark oJ Ollllam and Gourloujr on a charge of petit larceny Reeves It Is alleged awalked into It R Taylors saloon t 110 South Third street and because ni the bartender was busy serving drinks Reeves confiscated a quarl bottle of the best loose In the houses dand departed without going through d the formality ot seeing the barkeep When arrested Reeves had the bottU but the liquor had been put In a sate place tlHHT sIl7TJFD1mST OV HORXBJfANV IN8URXCK i i The Commonwealth Ute insurance Company of Louisville paid over 15000 to Qacar Hank administra tor of the estate of the lato Williams 1 Ilornemann this morning This is the first company to make allayment f LMT IJojnemann carried JCSSOU life b utpIQlu having polictea do fourteen a 1m lnJeTho one In tho Com moriwealth was less than a year old s1Inl addition to the life Insurance lie j j liSOQO occident insurance t L Mine Explosion Plttston Pa March 2A terrible explosion occurred at tho south Creek colliery of the Ponnsylvanl a Coal company at Port Griffith this morning Twelve men terribly burned have been romoved wllle many I others are probably fatally hurt Thirty men were caught behind the place where the explosion occurred None of the rescuers have yet been v t able to reach them and It Is teared all are dead The accident Iis one of the worst In the history ot anthracite J rmining v + f+ i CRUISE OF FLEET STARTS ilOF- IMMIGRATION f New York March 2incomini essteamers are filled with steerage pas sengers Posted observers declar4 that the tide of Immigration checke fourteen months ago by business depression has again set In towards th United State The cruise of thi battleship fleet IIs said to have bee responsible far this if Tennessee Senators Remain Away and State Employes Are Getting Anxious About Their Salaries I State Wide Prohibition Bill Passes Arkansas House and filis BelieVed Will Become a Law Nashville Tenn Atarch 2The thirteen senators who failed to an awer roll call Friday morning thereby breaking a quorum are etlll out side the Plates borders and the legislative tangle continues Besides blocking legislation the absent senators appear to have In a measure tied up the financial machinery of the state All appropri ations for expenses of government will expire on March 19 and after that date nothing can be paid until a new appropriation bill hat been passed except some appropriations provided for by special statute The salary of fihe governor and those of the heads of the varIous departments are provided for Such 40 also tho case with respect to the salaries of judges but all clerk In the various departments at tho capHol are pro vided for In the general appropria tion bill This will have the effect of seriously crippling the various de partments of tho state and especially that of the department of justice No payments can be made to the Old Soldiers home the various hospitals for the Insane the industrial school and other state Institutions until nn appropriation Is made for them In a general bill fitAlo Wide in Arkansas Uttle Hock Ark March 2The statewide prohibition passed the house this evening by a vote of 53 to 27 The passage of the Mil was followed by a Ocnonttratton lastng several minutes So great was the demonstration and general confusion which followed that the house abandoned an attempt to con tine further business and adjourn ed The ministers now claim they have cauvacMxi tt1enllte and Wtttt wn ators keeping their pledges to them and a full attendance when the vott Is taken on the Oann bill It will he pawed with two votes to spare The Oann bill will not reach the senate before next week Sunday Baseball Illll Indianapolis March 2The new Sunday baseball bill Is being pushed rapidly through the legislature The author has eliminated the objections of Governor Marshall to the former one It Is believed the bill will be come a law No Election Springfield 111 March 2onl1- ne senators were present at tliti joint tension of the legislature today when the thirtyeighth1 senatorial ballot was taken Hopkins received 28 Stringer 38 Foss G Shurt left 4 Mason 2 Sherman 1 McKln ley 1 Albritton Improving Elmer Albritton who was Injured Friday night by nn Illinois Central car Is resting easy today at River side hospital JIll physicians believe that Albritton has a good chance To recover Chicago Market Mar High 2w Olos Wheat 118J4 MG M8J Corn 67 G5 C7 Oats 6G 64 6- 5Prov1732 1717 1727 Lard 1000 977 992 Ribs 915 900 910 WEATHER CLOUDYdI rParlly cloudy tonlgh I Wednesday slightly colder InnorUh D portion tonight Highest tempera ni trite yesterday CO lowest today 50 Rainfall yesterday 10 Inches r AtiriEEMENX REACHED i iaa 0 Wnsliimjton March 2 Till coiiferrnre committee re ported an agreement on the riv cm and harbors bill thill morn lug after n 8 slon lasting nil nRht AEROPiaNB IS DAMAGED Wilbur Wright and 8panl8h Army Officer Have Narrow Escapes Pau France March 2Wllbur Wright and Colonel Vlves chief of the aerostatic corps of the Spanish army narrowly escaped Injury when the rudder of the Wright aeroplane slruck the ground and disabled the machine The accident occurred just as the machine was being launched for a flight snapped and the cable used to guide the rudder wound around the propellers which in turn wore disabled The machine how ever flew on for forty metres and then topped and neither ot Its oc cupants was hurt Previously Mr Wright had made two successful flights In the aeroplane with MM Lambert and Tissandler as passen gers Funeral of Mm Hanflcld 3Irs Elizabeth Jane BanflcIJ of Epperson was burled yesterday after noon at Calvert City in the family cemetery Mrs Banfleid was 48 years old and died Sunday evening at her home after a three weeks Illness ot urentta She was a well known lady ot the Epperson neighborhood Mrs Banfleid Is survived by her husband Mr Taylor Banfleid and family DREAM CITY + CAPITAL Oklahoma Woukl Have IU Head City in Center of State Guthrie Okla March 2The senate passed engrossment and final passage TKe CampbellRussell bill for tho location of the state capitol at a dream city within GO miles of the center ot Oklahoma around which the state Institutions are to be grouped To avoid a conflict with the enabling act and constitution which provide that tho election on the state capUo shall not be held until after 1913 be bill provides only for the location of a 100000 stale printing plant The bill provides for the naming of a commissioner of each judicial district the commission to Investi gate proposed sites and submit three to the people for their choice at the primary next year In August The sites shall be of not less than 1C nor more than 3G square miles Special Judge Appointed Attorney Scott Morrison of Owens boro will presldoasspoctal judge In the McCracken county circuit court when the motion for The appointment of a receiver In the case of the Globe thank and Trust company against James E Wilhelm comes up Cir cuit Judge William Reed will vacate the bench because he Is a sloe holder In the bank Acting Governor Cox made the appointment Tobacco Sales Sales at Bohmers loose leaf warehouse this morning were 00000 pounds offered and sold The prices ranged from 420 to 19 20 a hundred pounds Several new buyers were on the market and made ths bidding strong and spirited The new buyers were J M Vaughn of the Vaughn Tobacco Company ot Owensboro R E 0 Flynn of the OFlynn Tobacco Company otI Owensboro and J T Rr bards of the Robards Tobacco Company fit Madlsonvllle There were rto rejections this morning and good scales are promised foe the rest of ths week The Sick Mr Charles Frlcdrlcb of 233 North Sixth street Is not expected to jive through the night Mr Frtedrich spent a very restless night lastjnjgbt and his condition has continued to grow worse since Tho family have given up hope for Mr Frledrlchj recoveryMr B Linn ot Fifth and Madl ton streets and head ot the legal de partment of the Paducah and Mem nits dlvlscn ot the Nt C St L railroad Is in a very critical consi tlon and there Is not much hope foi his tecovcfy IL Mr B H Scott of 725 Madison street remains In aitout the same condition from a stroke of apoplexy Mr Scott has been in an unconscious condition for uw two weeks FISCAL COdRT- ORDERSNRIDGBS CONSTRUCTED Will SPAR Clarksl River a81 Perkias CreekEstimated C8it24tOOO Cannot Apr prlate Money for Confederate Monument IOl JIECT BACK TAX COLLECTOR +By a vote of 7 to 1 it was decided to erect a copcrele bridge over Clarks river by the members of the I1scol court which was In session today Unanlmou ij It was decided to erect the bridge over PerkIns creek The discussion ot the need of tlid bridges was animated at times and rJir was sapped tor several timer Magistrate F F Gbolaon wart the only member opposing the bridge over Clarks rivet The present iron ridge over te fiver Is In bad shape- and has been ca idemncd AS unsafe Some of the mei ibers wanted to repair the bridge 1 y putting In a new floor but after a discussion all votes but one were WOn over for a new bridgePreparations vpn begin for the work and Bert J unt road supervisor was instructed to begIn work of securing profiles and estimates for the two bridges Roughly It is estimated e cost wilt be 24 VOO for both bridges- B F Sears who has been bark ax collector for the county handed In his resignation and also the statement of the money he had collected County Judge R T Llghtfoot was instructed to make a eotUemeat RD Penn was elected back tax collector by the flscal court Mr Penn will begin his duties at sncoand will go after the delinquent tax payers Ills commission will b33 13 percent 3 The questloa0fdok ting 500 fora Confederate moiiuraept for Lana park was discussed by the magistrates and action was deferred until this afternoon However It 1 Ii certain that the donation will not be made as the Jaw was cited In the case which prohibited the county from making donations The members ol the court were favorable towards making the donation but could not go against the law In an account from County Jalloi James W Eaker the court referred R bill for clothing for the prisoners in the county jail The members looked up the law and no grounds were found why the county should provide Nothing for prisoners who are In JailPresent at the meeting were County Judge R T LIghtfoot Magis trates J J Blelcb George Broad toot C W Emery Saunders Brooks F F Gholson J II Burnett JItThompson C L Knott Numerous accounts for the months ot January and February were at lowed and the court adjourned until 2i oclock this afternoon Landmark Gone An old elm tree which has been a landmark at the city hall is no more for workmen have chopped the tree down The tree has been consider- ed1 dangerous for some time owlsg to the branches of the largo limbs Vs the tree Is adjoining tho sidewalk the workmen began at the top and took each limb ortMany telephone wires ran between the branches ol the tree and the wires were cut and several of the telephones of the city fflcla1s were out ot commission today BRICK HURLED AT PATROLMAN MISSB ITS MARK Patrolman Emile Gourieux had a narrow escape from serious injury this morning about 3 oclock when an unknown man hurled a brick at him missing his head byonly a few Inches At the time he was in the railroad yards near Sixth and Camp bell streets and the number of box cars prevented him frera seeing hH assailants Immediately after the attempt to assault him patrolman Gourieux jerked out his pistol and began firing Two men ran rapidly out of the yards and the patrolman gave chase halandlitgave the first t tfcria t iden tity Frank Hays a barker was seen wearing a similar hat blOle early part of the night and Later he was attested on a chMae of being drunk J K Defense May Rest Case Today Many Surprises Promised When State Begins Rebuttal Testimony Morning Session Devoted to l Hearing of Un jnipertant Tea tiwoay in Cooper Trial at Nashville y Nahvllle March 2Just before the opening of the Cooper trial At torney Anderson for the defense declared that the defense would proba bly rest today Adjutant General Tully Brown Attorney Bradford and Mrs Burch are the only witnesses yet to be called An adjournment will probably be taken until tomorrow after these witnesses have been heard McCarn promises a number of surprises when the rebuttal testi mony begins The morning session was devoted to unimportant witnesses Dr Thompson giving evidence as to Carmacki movements just prior to the shoot IngW L Setters demonstrated the spreading ability ol the kind of cart ridges Robin Cooper used to show the allegation that they were steel Upped was untrue WeB Morgan testified that ho met Mrs Eastman shortly after the tragedy and was unable to get ia statement from her about It This Is expected to show that her test man regarding what took place IIs unreliable as she was too excited to rememberTully testified that in Brad fords office Cooper agreed not to send the letter to Carmack and left when a message came calling Cooper to Pattersons office Said he and Bradford was sitting chatting when the telephone rang Bradford an swered it Robln Cooper wounded Carmack probably killed I Bradford exclaimed Bradford verified his story Dr Eve said the bullet In Robins shoulder might have worked Itself out He said any ot Carmacki woqnds would cause instantaneous death Monday Afternoon Xashrtlle TennvMnrcb 2 Ts only other sensational witness Mon day was S J Binning who claimed to have seen Oarmack angering with his revolver and testing the cylinder a few moments before the shootlrif began lie was badly confused on cross examination however and contra dieted himself on many Important pointsBinning when asked by the pros ecution whether It was a bright or dark pistol he saw Carmack draw from his pocket instantly replied a shiny nickel pistol This was a decided sensation for the revolver said to be Carmacks It blue steel while the one taken from Colonel Cooper was nickelplated The state has always contended that the blue steel gun found near the dead senators body was Coopers On the other hand tho man who loaned Carmack his revolver Major Vertrw had swprn that the weapon was blue steel- Blurting said he was a stranger In Nashville coming from Danville Ill and had no interest In the case Other Witnesses Called William Kinney a traveling salesman who had a room In the Polk apartment house overlooking the scene ot the killing heard the shots Two came together and were loud ho said Then there was an Interval and three shots came very rap Idly Charles P Hayden was then called He went to Attorney James Brad fords office the afternoon oflha tragedy about 3 oclock He had to wait half an hour In Miss Lees office lie saw Mr Bradford and General Tully Brown leave the office He said ho noted nothing unusual about either Bradford or General BrownR H Wright a mine promoter arid owner identified the automatic gun that Robin Cooper used to slay Cartuack He said he carried it when at the mines and loaned It to Robins uncle Robin Jones who bor rowed it for the boy He said tie had fired It several times He was crossexamined as to where he got it and when and If ho identified It by number or merely by general appearance Ho said by general appearance only The state sill contends that this gun Is the property of ex Sheriff John D Sharp- Difference in Sound Dr L L Carpenter testified that on Saturday he took two revolvorf th automatic and one similar to the ono Carmack is said to bavo usedand experimented as to the loudness of Uw report they dmade when discharg ed At fifty feet the difference In the sound was apparent but sot t marked The larger revolver made more noise while the automatic wJIs not so loud but more ot a sharp crack I At JOO feetI the dvtectlon of the difference In the sound was easier The further J go away from the reo ta r PLATT CllAIMS CREDITS New York March 2Jn his- S first Installment of his reinlnls epees which will appear In Uio Cosmopolitan Magazine Senator S Ilatt takes credit for boo velts successful career He de Glares Roosevelt wanted to with S draw from New York gubernn S torlal race when friends of Black set up the claim that lie wasnt ii resident of the state t Platt S says lie made Roosevelt stay In rr the race and got an opinion from Joseph Clioate tint Roosevelt S was a resident of tIO state c 1 I volvers tho easier It was to distin gulch between the report up to 128 feet which was as far as I stood Crossexamined tie said ho did not know whether smokeless powder would sound lounderthnn black pow der lie also said he was notan ex pert on firearms Henry Chadwell steward of the county asylum corroborated Dr Carpenters testimony I II T Rhea a grain dealer testified I tha Attorney James Bradford was accustomed to answer the telephone himself MIss Leo had testified that Bradford never did this until the af ternoon of the tragedy thus Imply ing that a telephone message was ex pected The record sustained the defense and the court permitted the question Rhea said he tad know Bradford for years and knew that he often answer ed the telephone himself Crossex amined Rhea could not say how often be visited Bradfords Office or how often be heard Bradford answer the telephonePaul Davis secretary ot a lawd president the latters testIfIed to the same effect ir4erltQiryoe tlthing unusual was not going onT inquired Attorney Garner and did you not reply Col Cooper ia going to kill somebody if they dont look out No sir Nor words to that effect No sir not that I can recall But she may have said something like thoU I dp not remember that sbe did Did you not tell Miss Lee when getting on 4he jury that you would swear to a lie to get on I did not- Democratic Club Meeting The Democratic Club will meet tonight at 73fJ oclock to perfect its organization The committee appointed to arrange tho constitution and bylaws will report and It la expected to complete the business or ganization Freight Care Derailed Ten freight cars were derailed this morning at Little Cypress and the wrecker with the crew was sent to the scene of the scel ml The cars lleft the rails ona siding and the traffic with the regular trains was not Interfered wit- hCORONERS JURY SAYS SHOOTING WAS ACCIDENT The coroners jury this morning decided that the death of Carmen who was shot and killed Saturday night by Patterson colored was ac cidental From the evidence it was ascertained that the lads had been playing soldiers and it is thought Patterson raised the gun to frighten barmen it The police have failed to find a trace of Patterson and the member of the boys family wy they are unable ttf account fo his disappearance Doth the father of Carmen and the father of the Patterson lad ware to see Chief Collins today and they stated they fear the boy has drowsed himself In the back water However another report is that the negro was seen going through Murray NoBasis For Writ The writ of habeas corpus for the release of JS Futrell and J D Petty was not tried yesterday after noon before Circuit Judge William Reed Both were held over In po lice court yesterday morning for com plicity In the murder of 11 B Osburn but the attorneys for the defense teamed that there was nd basis fsr the writII V OJ SEARING THE y STANDARD OASES AT CHICAGO Judge Anderson Limits the Number of Offenses to T ThirtySixJ 4JJ- District Atty Says Rebate Re ceived on Every Shipment TESTIMONY MAY BEGIN TODAY 1 Chicago March 2Tho taking of testimony is expected to begfa In the Standard case today The opening statements are not expected 18HItoJ it sumo more than two hours HR Holland rate clerk of the Chleage i Alton will be the first witness for the government Judge Anderson sustained a moRlion today limiting the number ot offenses for which the Standard maybe convicted to 3G He overruled a motion to compel the government lo specify which of the 14 C2 counts- It would endeavor to prove Assistant District Attorney Wil kerson made the opening statement for the government He said the government would show that the rate supposed to be a state rate was really Interstate Said the government would show that the Standard received a rebate ot twelve cents on every hundred weight shipment For holler Inspection Washington March 2Senator urkett of Nebraska Introduced a- bl11 providing for the Inspection of locomotive boilers similar to that now required in the case of steamboat boilersr Cannot Tax TradeMarks Frankfort Ky March 2In dev riding the case of the state fiscal court against the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse company the Appellate court held that a trademark 1B nQtDt0lleltyanQ CAtl 9 7sied Gold Club Meets Members of the Golf club bled a meeting this morning and planned for the sport this sttnimer A grass cutter and roller wli be purchased eo that the grounds may be kept In good condition fur the sport Also the club members decided to limit the membership tu fifty and IIt ia expected that applications will roll In for the next few days as the present membership Is not far from the number Mm Thomas Kccgan Ill News of the serious illness ot jMrc Thomas Keegan of Council Bluff Ark was received In this city yester day Mrs Keegan is the wire of the late Mr Thomas Keegan formerly of this city Miss Mary Keegan ai sisterinlaw of Mr Thomas Keegan left this morning for Council Bluff Mrs Keegan Is not expected Mr James Kcegan and Mr- William Keegan both of this city are brothers of the late Mr Thomas Keegan V t 1 J Relatives of Paducahans Mrs Orundy Terry and Attorney R A Burnett both of Cadiz Wed this week Mrs Terpls afllifietn nd Attorney Burnett an uncl Wltr Muscoe Burnett of 2005 Broadway Mrs Terry died Sunday night after i long Illness caused by paralysis The funeral and burial were held yesterday afternoon at Cadiz Mrs Terry Is survived by her husband and two daughtersAttorney R A Burnett is a well known attorney in that city and has been here frequently on law business He was about 70 years old Mr Burnett died yesterday morning after a short illness of pneumonia lie is survived by his wife two daughters and three sons The funeral and burial were held this afternoon at a Cadiz Mr Muscoo Burnett went to Cadiz yesterday morning MORE TROUBLE IS FEARED IN to SHIM REGIONS New York March 2 Financial dr Iles are troubled today over the situation In the anthracite coalfields The peace agreement In effect since 903 expires with the end of the month and it Is feared the struggle between tho miners and operators may be renewed Leaders ot both sides refuse to discuss the latter and though both say a strike tl unlikely It Is feared Itf financial1 dr ales that one may come r J il c- I s 1 t erRC W = r K fly wgre bl ffft Jv d4 i7h q r t 4z xMIt f V OF AQ P e r JJft lx ra fX M M Iii silt ltdG fin fR IIwr If ire s 1y irwm r flytt NTf HE 0 I Tr+ 4 y w Yi6Rv V L O A1rUAH 1 i JtUi ISR1 i 11 p t I Uti1i I 19J I tit kl z- tkIj I J i 11 I Jritti J fIi J It I I P I j i ff- S f- i siloj tIcIj i 4N t silo siloet i i I J 0 1 1 II t II li fCF i av is tt T 14 t c s i JStwa ylim t h41aw Jt I P + I r n 1 j y i J M Quiriri Manager bff AgehbieS w Louisville Ky j 1 f rkAt 4 If i Peat Sir rI if t I acknowledge receipt or your 4 H company s checkin fpU paym t offt olicy3foi 500000 which Mr Bbrriemann t tifi if Kfeld Htthe Cbrilmbh wfealth Life Aithough you141r 1 J plitywas the youngest oftshy held by the deceaseaSydSfe l 1 t COMPANY IS THE FIRST rTO PAY Under ono of Elie Blause in yotar policy tlieke Ras a question a t9 the1V1V i 11 c6miHin h s liability and we arc very m hgratlfieci to know that yougave ylY US the benefitHof the doubt anul settled ih jfclaim in full I witHsuch tom Less ii S r r rpt A I p1 + I II 11 1 a t 4 ds but jjustice r to yoUr company Ti to says 1 MrtHi j5 t bofsLtII under i iarly1rpoIicies t were shade by mer on14gra r 4 I 14 rssamb day I 1 I havebebiia policy holder in your company r for sbnte time t ndmost heartily endorse f1 it You are YI at lliberty t 4ser1 i s i itTuseiBisas you may see advisable OSCAR c HANK March V rlf t fi n7 u t AdTellis2nd 1909 ItfT1YY toPttwau Bdrneinarih Estatejrrf t fW ul4 fiK it r ftsi v 2 1iI r t f j t I J t t it J oj t s y i 1 1V IICt Yf r iN p + 4 I itc i7 u j dahl M1 Yfi S M inif rJ 0 dJi 19 41 LU UHu FIIILllftSrEtTolS REPORT Pfoc To the 1t 1or btttMt1rit M General Council of the City or PaducabKy- Gentlemen 1 submit herewith my rgpartof nilk ttestai tifw the month of February 19QJ aI Fats Solid JVatpr l1kW Fr 44 itZJ 8S6j- fmy ea prraao ii 4e S8Q4 Black C L3t u 4015rOO 85O- QDaumeriiros32 h CO 8T40 Qrkk H P- v40 15eG 500 Cglemao aM 1Cfl 8HO Clark Wtit 38 i joz co Cooper X B 40 iSftft 8500 Cross L B40 1500 S500- Clovprdalo balrybbJ IpO 8500 ClarkIAi1 tvb 8GSO- Coutln Vlir 8nO 85Jt- tiyli tirosJ8 HAD 8550 Algewool iilry 40 WX l 8509- OraTCi O W28 144 O 85CO- tfrav fl AV k 46 1500 8500 Gilbert Lee 38 1380 8020 Mpuie Ay1 34 JZCO 8740 uIIi oRt OK 30 1380 8U50 Mos Thos L 38 1440 85C Moore James 3e 1380- iliplewood 80SO V 44 lC26i- I 84SO egram J E40 1 GOO Lo0 Russell n A24 1320 8GIIII KSgers F P 44 HIO 8380 Smalley D R42 156tt S440 Tucker MM40 ifiOft 850b TprMp oan 4 1320 scno eatherfo d L114b il4 8401 AIiI of whlcB Is irespcctfully sub tnlucdtDjtl ED kFAftfjiSV McatiaBd Mlllcilnipector 10 o v GUIC IBM2 FOR A BBB- I Either phone iCariaYpa 4efndYF11 atj Claar e Livery Personal itlgttHnilvento all lgec t r CLDIBKERSONPadodabkyJ Iu H 0 c r II 1 10 r I IIif RUBBER SrAlPS- Ar StescUs Mjjjc Checks pome Num bers Pi Ice and Sign Markers atey mm STAMP wIns its imist rkMii8 I 1 j 4 a t- rlT No iielon r Dutintr one bHhe lanqurtkiru1d church Congress In London a eer bin blshli Tiaras lilsletthand com panjon a clergyman who was completely bald During dessert the bail headed vicar dropped hIs napkin and stooper to pick It up At this Tnlj m tnent the bishop who was talking to his rlglithand bishop felt a elfsht touch on his left nun He turned and beholding the vicars polo on a level with his elbow said Xp thank you no melon 1 will take some pineapple II IT DIStlitIt4 ITS fClIDU flow to Tell 7ieUierapjkIn Affection IIs an Il1herltetlIJIoocl Disease prXot I Spmetlmea It 1sharil td detormlne whether a akin affection Is a sign of a blood disorder oc simply a form fll eczema Even phypltlans are often puzzled In theIr diagnosis the best way for any one afflicted Is togo to Gilbert pr any good druggist who handles pure dings and obtain 50 cents worth of posliTTr Apply this and If the Itching stops nt once and the trouble Is cured In a few days It beetseczemaacts Jn the worst cases of eczema and In curing acme herpes Woches tet ter piles fall rheum rash barbers and other formsof Itch scaly scalp and all surface skin affections Those who will write to the Emer ency Laboratories No 32 West TwentyJUUi street New York can secur byfnm11 free of charge a supply sufficient to cure a small te zenja surface oc clear a complexion intwentytour Rubbing Old M ray 4 ro 4 iTeumatismArticular Gout Sciatica or Lum bags t i INeuralgicpainsI Is the only remedy that ve guarantcptorgivp you entire youbackr All kinds of Inflammation and Swelling dsnfAchesnndlainasAl i divappesoUI i r when UipCALtr RtjnnijJG qty is applied TiyentIiiv Cents tiiI11iiBNS DIWG TOPE l + w O44 OORE ErGHTH Vf TORY l t4AgainD A Ds- kitightsaof Oqlumbus Forfeit Game to Jllgli School ijecnustt of Absenti Player a1 A GOOD GAMES iFOIf WEDNESDAY 1 Teams4 p 6W L Ptt- C C W 9 o 1o- QOODAD6 3 GG7 Elks riI 4 I 672 fKlsh School 3 4 428 j Pr A 2 Ii 290 K Cf6 144 1 r i v The perfect record of the Cheat Checker Sc Whist club wae unbroken last nlcSt when the D A D team wpnt down In defeat by a ecoje of 19to 11 Jt was a tat game and both team tried hard to win th game Every player xerted hIm srlf and some good plays were made but tie Checker bpy were superior la tko tat tewlBEbaaketa The second game which was ached uted etY1t the Knight of Colum bus quintet and the High School The K 0 team was shay a player and Jthe game wps not i layci High School receiving a forfeit by Ute score of 2 io 0- The tdam lined UP De A nShelton center McOInnls and Elli ott forwards llarth and Bagby guards C C W Singleton and Fisher center Sight and Puryear forwards Honneberg St John and Slnglqton guards The offlclalft were Davis referee FAT AVOSIANS TItOUBLES jr you try to get the tat aft with the exercise tell me please wheres one going to find the timer I havent any faith In It anyway as areducer It hurts the fat persons weakest apotthe heart As for dieting that Is out of tho question altogether Better be fat than have cancer of the stomach Tho s est and quickest way to reduce excess fat 1is also the cheapest and easiest Go to the druggist and get 15 qunce Marmola b4 ounce Fluid Lxtrat cascara Aromatic and 3l ounCes Peppermint Water They cost but a trifle Take them home shake them together In a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime if you are not losing a half to a pound of tat a day Inside pf a month yqur cases will be one ID la hundred Try U makes you foal bettor all over L c I Lydon and Evans umpires Well timekeeper and Filry ir cur keeps er rest WednusdsytKabelhpr ddnble header wItl be rt yii Th Light 8 power team will try and down the HIgh School quintet while the Knights of Columbus wU be pitted against the Elks PYIAZOI to cure any case of Itching Blind Bleeding or ProfrudlhgPlles in C to 4 days or money refunded C6e I News ofl Tealres ATTIIKKENT- UCKYvWeUiiesilay IIhursdnrTho Jeffcrsons In The itlrnlsiaI Batunlny matinee and night The ihfcf Texas a play of western life will open at The Kentucky on Wed nesday March 3 The author J Mauldln Felgl has spent many years Jn the southwest and by virtue of long residence there Is fitted to write upon life in this most Interesting state The plot Is a recital of the love of Texas West daughter of a- qegzy ranch owner for Jack Dai lam cowboy and Texaii ranger andi of the efforts made by an Englishman Lord Angus Trevor to win the girl for himself The manner Irt Which the play Is presented as a pie ture of the bravo bighearted men and women of the radcli as contrasted with the product of advanced civil ization Texas IIs certainlyl replete with interest Joseph and William WY Jefferson stand for all that Is artistic Weal clean and pure In modern dramatic production Their popularity extends beyond the theatergoing Public Into the largo class who are never at traded to a play except when It rep resents the rare qualities enumer ated above Joseph and William W Jefferson appear here in Ttlcharft Drlnsley Sheridans classical comedy The RIvals Thursday night tpparently It would not be diftcult- to tpll tip whole story of ieThief In a dozen linesthe play that we are tto see at the Kentucky theater next Saturday afternoonand even Ing Yet from the ffflefniaterlar Uenrl Berniteln them distinguished playwright has manlfesllxelrptfe Iii plot that holds attentlolltensely throughout three acts andJ Ii jlot qrltlcketFroini prlnclpalcharpctetshusband thestage unlnterrupl T acsn- vas of the play according t ml1tropoUtan critic li4rCoad inditac- dioOng admirable UIIIl brilllaatly- ruthfgL t 3 fh CRtMtAYE tn iSilIHABATED I Is t Alley Denizen Shoots Rival I Twice With Pistol riiyfticbiiu pt ItUci I ta IoKillnl Say time Voumli Art 1STlout Hut Not I Fatal r t w tit u r I N j IIRUinKHKVrs AIIK IN JXIIj JcalousjSwai the cause of a btU between Munde Walker colored and Minnie Taylor colored yesterday afternoon about 415 ocjoclc The battle ground was the alley between iEighth Nlpth Floyd anJ Harris itrcfts qnd when tbc smoke of battle had blown over the MVker womb was found shut through the left thigh but tho bullet did not strike the bone and the second shot struck her In the right breast She Is at the Hlvcrgldc hospital but her condition lallol regarded nk dangerous and doctors say slid wllV recover vIctor In the battle escaped but ThtI arrested two hours after the struggle by Patrolpen Qwen and Vlck Both negro women had the same man for a sweetheart and when ho failed to meet Muncie Walker Sun day night there was anger in beheart and this grew to Jeaiuowhen she learped that he was at the home of Minnie Taylqr who live In an alley between Seventh and BUUth injuredfeeHngaofMunclegave quarreled with Minnie Emma Ta lor the cousin of Minute Taylor I said tto have taken a part In the fight and she has Item arrested as an a complice In the shooting When the two negro vvqmon first met tho Walker woman Is said to have smashed a beer bottle across tho forehead of the Taylor woman and then they began hair pulling and scratching EJmma Taylor Is accused or slipping a pistol to her cousin and then two shotswere fired p 1 r 21 Cents In Laundry Free For You v It Is not often that you have f sonietldnggljcii ty you far noUi 9 big but that Is what Tim Sun e 9 lIs doing on Kg latest iirvtnluni 1 Offer Wo give you 23 cent i lit 1 t Laundry at the Vcu at Lawn tdry With every four yceksl miW S KcrfitloiE ihono h38 und nik It for Information ti ii beeara 1aI 1 PJ n a AT THE KtNtJ KY 0 r co PI f i i ji TONIGHT F T0NI4ITi1 I By Special Arrangement the Original CopyrUhted Pictures of the Last Fight Between Battling Nelson and Joe fans 21 Ttaundf Compiete with lecliirei 5d5o feet elilni First Time in the City Admission 10 Centsj0 I WEDNESDAY M1IICII i- r r 3If If PRICES 25c 35c 50c 75- cTHURSDAY e J 5011 3 4Pricei 1 5ito 25c Sate opens Wednesday 9 a m Matinee and Nig- HtSATURDAY MAUCIf 6I 25c3Sc50c Matinee Orchestra 160ani75c Balcony Oc Sale Friday 0 oi in Jcor BrO dh rst I 4 C rrieII 1 14Prescnt TEXAsil j Tt tFifth Annual Tour r k xr s tfOriginalSupliirScenic Effects I Joseph and William W- JEFFERSON 1- Anil t n ciceptiorlIyeltldinnt Icompany iajiid 1tdDrins i ley Sheridans famous comedy r TilE RIVALS 1 IfOtlf boububand Asoodplsyfrbvrndwet and wtlo-aI e rihiir otltbiaci editorial In he I NCI York Jouradiij uavChasPr se tslThe grttatlrani tI61 sensation TliJtJtlHIEFBf Henri Bernateln Aef played for Ten Months at the Ly t0- I seam Theater New York IVry toverof Ihcdratnk ihould ThUfVWiu c V I It r rry 1 1 vfII rT Ytt nP THE PADtJOAH EVENED flux1lAnmam Jd J j THIS WeEKS SPECIALS Ou IJn I 111 front qOQ large pattern mirror highly 1 11 11IIf i ridiculouslylow J specialItpolished Center Table at a very o I H II IIlowpricef 41 41IT IS HUGH LIKE I THE GATES YEAR I l Wheat OpTflttoBR Similar to Those of 1005 Ir 0- f 1 st a Last Week OovclopnirnlM Show n I i Tl lirnliiK With Advnnlnp tin toll Sides 4 a TIIU KUVHCITV MT so ACUTH t J 2lmporlnntdoJborn a little In favor of the ownes of wheat Strength abroad has hojpod the July status hero thus opening an nvonuo of retreat It desired or an opportunity to Ipsuro against serious sat losses In calc tho war on May shorts i ThoiIli a overlooked In a consldoratlom of the iprcacqt status st e Nevertheless July wheat was still j 113cunder May at the close of bust t ness Saturday and It was IQc under May at tho close of February of 1905 II k WHEN pure candy illalways delicii ous and delicious candy- is not always pure it pays you to buy from a confection er whom you know The very J 0 nppcaranco of CrUPUlousn ca- tO t floss which prevails at Stutzs 41ll 4 COLUMBIA and the immense amount of Rood candy sold there should be a guaranty of purity and toothsoraences suf ficient yon i Drnltou thinlso1 SmjsVsjlpndiesare matt Jp the moat modern and sanitary kitchens in the South f of tho purest ingredients money can buy STUTZJS COLUMBIA J Mahbogan y Dresser j iSaS Think pfa genu ine mahogany Dresser fswell 18751 Special DININGI CHAIRS 900 Per Set As long as they lastI CENTER TABLE 235 112 North Strei against the owners of May wboat have been tho Inevitable ones greatly stimulated receipts as tho result of tho high prices Last marketsdespiteroads In much of the wheat country were 35 per cent larger for the fire business days titan they were for tho full week last year 4 Not until April of the Gates year Jilt the receipts for a single week run higher titan for the preceding year eo great was the general scarcity of that time Then as now markets were away above an export basis active futures at Liverpool at the coto of February I lOG ranging frqm = 1003 to J102 n against iil8di to 120 now May wheat In Chicago then was f 113 H whllo Saturday last It clofivl at 118 July was SSc and p07 iI on the respective dates K two Poll1 nr IMfforenrr I An the Gates year the trade wa c1eaning lit from a crop orf652OOOOOO this year t Ila handling tho reserves from a crop officially counted 113000000 busho larger Farm reserves March 1 1905 wore the smnltcft on record 111t 000000 204 per cent Of the 1904 crop In the Oatps year till states raised 154000 000 bishols their last cropxas 17 5OOOJ tO bushels Npbrafckn then had a crop of 31000000 busheU Kansas of bushels against bushels and 79 000000 bishol In other word these five states raised bushels In 1904 and In 1908 The official visible supply at dto hacI9OO0000t Ing renters had 4000000 loss and the principal Westerp points counting tho terminals Chi Men stud yomcn dhoti If Mnpy women weep and wall stud refuse to be comforted because their once tresses havo hey como thin and faded Many men In cline to because the flies bite through the tthin thatch In their craniums It wilt to gl10d news tto the miserable of bothaexcs to learn that Nowbros has bean placed upon the market This in the now scalp germicide ani that ats by tho germ or that Is the cause of all hair Herplcldo Is a new made after a new formula on an entirely now prlncipo Anyone who has tried Itt will testify as to Its worth Try It yourself and be conlnce leading druggists Send tOe In stamps for stint pie to The Uerpldio Co Detroit Mich Ono dollar bottles PS ICfl Wtll 4ieRtk L 1 beautiful Chase Leather Couch well made yithsoIi J oak frame hIghly polished An pxcep tipnal bargain at price inr81 l Salesrooms 114H6 Fourth Street Warehouses 405407 Jefferson Developments American tbef1avlngs buholsar northwestern 05000000 44000000 respectively 25uu00UUO 2980fl0l00 southwestern UNHAPPIXKSS DISIKLLIM Uiiiinlmoiu magnlflcdnt profanity Horplclde antiseptic destroying micro underlying destruction preparation lSo1dbr guaranteed W1lPkpf This the r cago and Milwaukee had 2000000 I bushels 1 less than now Another most Important point of difference also and ono which vlll account I largely for tho present strength of July delivery Is that the winter wheat area seeded In 1904 for the crop of 1906 was over 1500000 acres larger than that reported last December and tho acreage harvested was almost Identical In 1905 with that reported seeded for 1909 Still another great point of differ cure and ono vastly appreciated by present owners of wheat Is that whereas the dates deal was run by bundcrlng managers for a man ab sorbet at the time In even larger transactions tho present deal Is run by a trade general whose ability In the corn and oats markets at least has boon shown to ho of the highest order who has Invested largely and deliberately In wheat confident of its merits wire frequently In the last four ycats has assorted that tho Gates deal need never have failed and who now has his present iiriJ monso prestige staked ona success ful outcomo of the big May deal Will Patten Unloiul This Wwk There are many In tho trado whd believe that Patten wilt force thi Matholdingthe acumen that has accumulated his present fortune will foresee tho risks Involved by the stimulation of large marketings of wneat by producers and tho effect that this might have on public sentiment If this stimula tion wero followed by the figures on farm reserves that the government must logically give In Its statement MondnyMarchlast crop should prove the Ipwest on roppjd 201 per cent as In the Gates year 1905 it would show about 133000000 bushels on mindan Aggregate large enough to explode the domestic situation theoryex cept as that theory Is backed up and Strengthened by permanent Increase In resolves held by producers mill ors and Investors of the Patten stamp Farm reserves a year ago wero oniclally estimated at 148000 OQO buthois and the Patten experts bllihesILast cago were 24602c for May 4 He for July 2T4c for September and aide for December Trade In the litter mouth was comparatively IIm Itpd Liverpool galnqd 3c for Manitoba spot wheat and4Vic for American red winter the closing prices being equivalent to 1127 Vi and 1234 respectively Prices of futures ranged from 4 Vic to Cc per bushes higher at Liverpool for tho weekCorn IJerelpts Arc Knonnoiw Recent advances in corn prices attracted very large marketing despite tuft alm04t bottomjess rows tbntt pre Chase Leather Couch c walled In A vastly preponJeratln of the corn belt Enough sections had good roads to swell the receipts enormously Thus tar tho big run has gone to relieve tho long famine among shippers who had been putting oft the buyers with as small shipments ns they could In tho event that tho movement coh tinues at its current level and It should be larger with the better recent weatherthe effect on cash values should bo much more marked than recently Thus far each and future prices havo been wot hold bccauso of the previous contracts which kept the arrivals from weighing on the mar ket The winter host been n mid one fording has not been extreme and It items reasonable to assume that farmers still havo a big reserve back The smallest percentage ns well as the smallest total quantity on the farms In the last ten years was 201 per cent of tho crop or 443 457000 bushels In 1902 whllo tho largest Lath In percentage of crop IIUl STO ACU Jinny In 1aducnji fro lfnR Tlior- Higlily 1nrlllnl Iliy Mloun tio- iiiiniitiql 1 rote rue mill gestloit Pcoplo of Padi cah who suffer from dyppepsla and q her stomach troubles are getting tired of taking prepara pepIsinPepsin relieves It never cures iI And remember pepsin only digests animal food It has no effect on starchy food each avs potatoes rice bread etc- Mlona cleanses and purifies the stomach end bocfrI and tones up and puts energy Into ttije stomach walls so that they prphqrly1 mix tho food with the natural1 digestive Juices of the stomach r Mlona tablets quickly aroueo the stomach from Jt81Imjcflqn and In a tow days t is ablet to do Us work easy ily and without excfijbni There will O no more snur Btpmqch fermenta tion of food dizziness sick headache belching of gas qr qui breath Mlona only Foals Bq cents a largo box and is suarariced + by Gllborfs IIcllII and 6111111 sSJJn from over indarencl prfboutght before III- Ior irons back 11 HYOMEIIii i ii cwtESCATARRH ASrnMAII IlJoneyi I GIIATIlTS DRU4 TPnE 4 1750 I X900 vt 0 i I William Jefferson In The Illviils at the Thursday Xlcht t and total quantity was In 1907 when It was 443 per cent or 12980JIO 000 bushels The percentage and total March 1 last year was 371 per cent or bushels Corn 1SforJolt week Moderate Gain In OatsdOats were less responsive to bull ish Influences last week than they were tho week before Jlocolpts as re8pous5toind locally wore more than 1000 900 bushels In excess of the shipments The statement of rarmflerves to bo given out next weolf will lie received with Inter cat whether tho government figures are counted up In accuracy to the fairly closo tab kept In tho trade or not The lowest percentage of reserves do the last eight years was In 1902 with 30 G per cent of it very short crop 7700flOOO liuchMs in 1901 The aiwst percentage ever known Mi tb 1 wax 39 S per cent J Mahogany Chiffonier 2150 Stop I Consider this special bargaina genuine mahogany I Chiffonier highly polished with large pattern mirror and swell front Drawers Speciali l DINING GflAIRS 900 Per Set As itheylast RHOD BURFORD OMPMty me if w i l l The iti the on 1 was IIn and tho WAs fn Is tho with the scr vice this tho or the Is In n and has a lilt be a I The out and said that a man by the of had been In a t roll As n Is to to If the who was was Ws One that hl One tr it a Ai tt 215o t 4 rya FOLDING BEDS See our special Bed made of solidoak highly polished strictly wellmade throughout A special price this week Kentucky 9G249000 September conetdcxablo both cropsof100000 bushels respectively quantity shown eigh- tearsln reserve March 19of with 384051000 bushels smallest 8254ti3000 bushels i902 Knslly Kxiilnliictk What matter afternoon asked angry uflnager telephone exchange The town tumult every Subscriber complaint cant avoided explatned subordinate calmlyr papers came name Smith Injured Ywreck result every Smith telephoning every other Smith learn Smith truck SmlthPucl Only BROMO QUINtNE b- Jaxative romo OU Ctxesa Cold Dry rJ r 1750 1 THE 1VEIIINGTOX nQTEIi- CinCAGO Cor Wabash Ave Jackson Blvd1 Remodeled at a cost of 9130000 Rotand coldrunning water and long distance phones In all rooms 2tM rooms 400 with ItnUvs Slap le or en suite Itntcs 9100 and upwards Qgeot thp most unique dlnlig rooms Jatlw country J0ur r1UJJ ojstiAaS Cato Noted for scr Ico and cuisine MCMNTOCK ah HAlTrELD Preps PETER mi1 II lnlt ul4 IJ1 ST JQIISS PJt IS ST LOUIS Lcayos Koiir Sisters AH IMlllltl 1- 1llltlII1WIjl Kninni Gcrnian tzeuit Word has been received In this cltr by relatives of Mr Peter Sell wkp formerly lived In the St Johns neighborhood pf his death at St lxus Saturday r Mr ScJtz web 62 years old and wasl nailvq ot tide many The canon or his death wail heart trouble lie Is survived Iiy tour sisters alt living nods and in this city His sisters are Mrs James McQIaughlln Mrs Charles Smith Mrs Angellne Chergln add Mrs Maggie Champy and three GrofgoSeltz i the fett Joolfitfelgnborhood The fungi al P Str ctor Seitz was held Monday morning nf St Louis Mrs Charles Smith of St Johns Mr and Mrs James AIcGlaughlln of this city and Mr and Mrs Den Albert of this city left Sunday for St Louis to sty tend the funeral Ninety per cent of the hcuraJslc headache are attributed to eye div feet i ru t1 rnni Y jt T pAmlt xotri THE PADUGAH EVENING suNUE8pYMA A TbePad abSuiit AFTERNOON AND WET mm PUBLISHING COMPANY DTCORPORATBO f M FISHER Preatdtat a J PAXTON General Manager altered at the poitofflce at Paiaeah Ky as leeoad ell matter SUBSCRIPTION RATMl THB DAILT BUN 11v Carrier per week 10 b mall per month AhadTajtJte Bf Bin per year lu4iiIN1 THB WHBKIT eVNyfer year by mall pottage paid l8ff Address THE SUN Paducah Ky OOe Ill South Third Phone IBS sine 4k Young Chicago and New Terk repreientatires TRD SUN can be found at the follow hMr places a IX Clements Catt Van Colin Droj AI IIIser House 4 At t TUESDAY JIAKCir 2 T CIRCULATION STATEMENT February 1000 15191 15529G-S j 1 197 1652983196ogoj7534O I 4 52101IJ918 45 5216 1952113-C 532b 20 5299 I 815442 22530495394 2a5272105366 245306 t 14365 255324 1599 2C53S1i t 13629527t534t t Total 127t7 Average for February 19095397A- verage for February 19085875 Increase 1422 Personally appeared before me this March 1 1909 R D WacMlllcn business manager of The Sun who t arms that the above statement ofr J t the circulation of Tho Sun for tho I month of February 1909 is true to the best of his knowledge and belief I My commission expires February I a 1912 j i IPAXTONICo Dally Thought I To follow only the light of your own desire is to find yourself in the darkness of selfdisgust 1 It IB gratifying to observe that the better class of colored peoplo are planning to check violence and 1m rV+ morality on the part of their race In the end the saivfrtlotrof the cola ored Tace depends upon Itsown fir ertlons All development come from within The white man can do lit tie more than encourage tl1o colored T race in its efforts Just IB the meas 4 tire that the effort Is persistent and welldlrected wilt good results fol Jow massmeeting has been called for tonight at Barks chapel and all colored citizens who desire the welfare of themselves and thelr fam ilies and members of their race should attends a It LEXUGTO + S LICENSE LAW Lexington a city wjtte nearly dou f ble the ad valorem revenue of Padu 0 oab and tho same municipal estab llsfament to maintain has adopted a license ordinance which with the exception of making the saloon and retail drug stores liquor license lower lays practically the same bur den on licensed vocations Retail 1 merchants with stock valued at more than 5OOO pay U5 rinks pay itfft1 professions Uo venlclos JC to J25 laundries 50 pool and billiard rooms U5 a table theaters 200 lumber- yardssr 60 grocers 16 bucket shops 41000 etc There is more excuse for high license in Paducah than in Lexington for Paducahs revenuer from ad valorem taxes does not meet the demands of thecity It is soma satisfaction to kftS ir that this is not Ihe most burdenepmo city in the state to live In The tax rate at Owensboro is higher o PRISON AND PROFIT o It is claimed that tho state prison at Frankfort la run at a profit and that the final accounts will show revenue of 22491779 and disbursements 1763 01G That Is an odd way to estimate the value and profit of a penitentiary What we want Is hot an institution that will be self supporting for the ultimate logic of such an argument would be that the more criminals Kentucky can produce the better off she will be but an In itHutloa that makes better men of the unfortunate and criminal clftweB If that penitentiary makes r men worse turns out wild beasts tot prey on society though it made i JU a uilIHon dollars a year it would not W profitable o THB COOPERS ONVA MISSION OF PACE tri 0 It was only la imitation of theaV tantic fleet that Uto cooporiJ ri1W- dthemselvesF with automatic guns and went forth 41 amisslon of peace and soon will kward Ed 1 Carmack and- there WM a s blas f of Japanese humor fit the jMk1 ceHduct of Mr Oacmaclt wise birrdwedI a weapon the day before tlHlttpeaee ce ferente on t the trefi8oC jJwkvllto There can ti be no do kt Ht the raepd of the principal to MM aeafsreaee Wo have the twkimofy ot astiof the NashVlUethoitCALrmaek bad no thoa htof dantln when he leCuredapGj ale tberpOrtec wtIaJ MiehekiaveCarataekagnn was mistaken Carmack borrowed it from somebody else and the reporter didnt know anything abort 4ttj We hav tho testimony of John Sharp and Gov ernor Patterson that tho Coopers were merely eoklnp peace1 with their weapons And Patterson and Sharp loved Caraaele it was sod shallow pretence of harmony no mere truce the Coopers sought H was lastin- gpeacethe kind of peace that white men sought with the Indians Colonel Cooper was right in his conjecture that Nashville wasnt big enough to bold both him and Car meek CarmackB keen sense of iru nor enabled him to see the point of the Joke the day before it was perpe trated That Is what the efforts of the prosecution and the defense would lead up to but wo have facts before us Carmack writes biting editorials about Colonel1 Cooper Cooper sends him vjerfl ho must stop or take the consequences Caramel and Cooper aadOoopcr8 eon arm themselves and meet on the streets of Nashville Carmack end young Cooper fire and Carmack falls doad Governor Patterson and John Sharp entered Into no conspiracy with the Coopers tp exterminate Cancack but good friends will sometimes enter in to a conspiracy with another to get him out of trouble 0 J lnJln UU- i 11 A new way of boosting the quall tfes of goods has teen found by a clerk in a local dry goods store The clerk h4Vnot been behind the counter long and tho multitude of rolls of bright colored gdods was a novelty o hunt Saturday it wbiaas entered the store ind thbcterft was prompt 6 approach her SWd 1inquire what rtlcle site aesircdVMt was calico and back went the clerk to the counter Ho pulled down all the rolls on the shelves and apparently tho woman was not pleased with the goofs while the clerk has Just a trifle fretted at tfaa approaching failure Finally the woman said I like tho nods but but my how narrow it Is rho clerk was not to bo undone and lulckly gathering his scattered wits be stainuwrtJdi WVil I know but lust fee how thick It Is or I mea- nerer Just 1bolt how long tho goods Ia i I in Kentucky Kernels I f Governor WllUon 1 has gone tNash Ington f i Mrs Nancy Riatcllffe 115 dlca at anvllle Represenatfve Chris lueller of Louisville dies tteybiotborCharl6sttti Sixtysevenmillions linvested in breweries and distilleries in Iecn1 lucky PROMIXBNTltVVYER DEAD g Col n A Burnett Dies at Cadi Mrs Ferry Dead Cadiz KyM4rch 2rpeath laid a heavy hand upon this townSundiy night two 011t8 oldest and most representative citizens being taken These were MrsF G Terry and Col R A Burnett Colonel Burnett died about 5 ocock yesterday morning He was 77 years of age and had been falling for some time On a visit to Nashville recently he contracted pneumonia and this caused his death Ho was a member of the Christian church and an able lawyer whoso reputation was known throughout the state Ho hadrrepresbnted the county In the leglddiuro and his district In the state sento Mrs Terry died about 830 oclock Sunday rflghl She bad been an Invalid from paralysis for several months She was about 64 years of ago and a lady who was generally beloved Addition to Office Building An addition to the office building- on South Sixth street between Broad way and Kentucky avenue will be erected this spring by Mr I D Wilcox The addition will be built on the south sldo of the present bulU Ing with a hallway between the two structures While the building will be small It will bo of neat design and will be a credit tv the business eec don of tho city which is rapidly spreading westward Overheard on the Pond ca Oh Willie I could just skate on like this for6ver haw yer couldnt Genevieve De- Ice will all be melted In about a weekSt Louis Post Dispatch JPhiladelphia musician according to the local jpapjirs has developed eight different waysof making love Its a lost art with iomo of us but we are willing to Jlearn It again Give ur the key please Flattery w full be without force but for our ynlty 4 r r H HOUSEh WORKS IN CONFUSION Which Gave Evidence of COB gresfi Drawing to Close Transacted Regardless of Stormy Scs rion Senate Passes Sundry Civil IllisureJJ A BIG LOT OF BUSINESS i Washington ij March 2 Transact leg its bustncelamid sceneis of great conXujioj lnbb lipUeo Monday gave every evldenoVof tho present con gress Is drawing to a close In his endeavor to maintain ia semblance of order the speaker was constantly pounding with his gavel and admonishing the members to cease conversation After two hours of stormy debate tho socalled Appalachian and White Mountain reserve forest reserve bill amended so as to apply Its IIIna1rowthejhousemany ycarsmnI todays action wit nesdbd a partial consummation of the pone Inconneclidn with the coneum matlon of forcpts unceasingly pressed by Its advocates By the terms of the bill a national forest reservation commission Is ere bypurchase thclnalI senatojandThe final conference on the army naval and fortifications appropriation bill agreed to and tho measures will now go to tho president for his signature In addition to this vast amount of miscellaneous business was disposed of- Resolutions designed as a conces sion to the eocallcd insurgents amending tho rules to as to provide ono day each week fur the call of com mlttces gave rise to immediate discussion and was adopted 168 to JC2 After a Abort discussion 4b4 house almost unanimously Insisted on Its disagreement with the senate on the amendment to the legislative execu five and Judicial appropriations bill raising the salary of the president vice president speaker and United UateJJ1dJeshand the bill for thq bird Ume went tdcbriferehcer The houso recessed until tomor rowWashlngtonlrarch ITho sundry civil bill appropriating JISOXWOOOO and the military academy bill carry Ing fZStlOOO passed the senate today Senator Bailey In calling attention to communications from the heads of departments in response to th lee ate resolutions calling for papers and Information stated that such replies received from the secretary of the treasury commerce and labor and war and tbo navy had been sent by direction of the president which be declared was inferentially a dental of the right of congress to demand such information without tho intervention of tho president Presenting a resolution demand Ing that all such communications be returned to tho heads of departments from whops they have boon received Bailey attempted to ieejiuro Its passage which was opposed on the ground that an orderly way to dispose of a matter of such Importance- was by sending It to a committee After the debate it was allowed to 11- 0on the table until tomorrow YOU DONT HAVE TO WATT Pnry dote make jci feet better LaxPol eepi your whole Insides right Sold on the- oneyblekplan everywhere Price EOceati I r In ono year the escapement wheel of a watch makes 731860 revolu 16nsIP ACHEITS ONLY A Why CoroelUoni lIedhee Liver Pill will- cure that tdcemU All Diugi Uti The fear of tomorrow robs you of force for today Our shoe repairing is in a class by itself BestrqucJkest r We- repairahpesso 11 theyre good for more ser vice Phone 102 Well send and get your shoes andre turn them quickly 00ILnd1 Womens sewed or Kfln pegWomens vJUU 7Rlheel1 Ladles sole turnedSi1 00 i w A BEWARE QFfflJB BRIGHTS DISEAS Says Lamo Back and Urinary Troubles Are Danger Signals More people succumb each year 1to some form of kidney trouble than any other auSi The slightest form ot kidney derangement often develoPs Into Brlghtu kidney disease diabetes or dropsy When I Itaer of these dis eases are suspected tnteaffererBhouli at once seek the best medical atten tlon possible Consult only a good fli8t lass physician There aro many of the lower symp toms of kidney trouble which can be treated at home is stated by n well known authority For same of these such as backache pain in the region of the kidneys weak bladder frequency especially at night painful scolding and other urinary troubles try the following simple homo remedy Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one Sarsaparillaithree I obtainedIand anyone can mix them by shak- Ing well In a bottle The dose forI adults 1la a teaspoonful after each meal and again at bedtime Thorn fa no store effective remedy known to relieve all form of Theuraa tlsrit because it acts directly upon the kidneys and blood It cleans the clogged up pores in the kidneys so they can filter and strain from the ndII sufferingI remain1 rheumatismI1 notify are not acting properly Take care of your kidneys Is now the physicians advice to his patients AN INAUGURAIj VISION I stood In the lading twilight for the sweet spring day was dead And the purpo curtains of evening had closed round her funeral bed Tho nights first glowing ttaper hung i low In tho western ikyv The moon a silver slckle gleamed- in a etarEowh field on high A burst of martial music cnmo up from the crowded street A cheer rolled up Inl quick reply to the drums Impatient beat And nearer thro tho moonlight came the tread of marching feet n s 1 caw a banner float alofta Hag of stripes and starsm- Whose faded bluoand stars eclipsed gave profit of many wars The blood which heroes offered had dyed Us stripes of red Its whlto hind graced tho bridal feast when Right and Freedom wed Its folds passedslowly onward and vanished from my sight Hut thro tho i misty twilight fast deepening into night I saw a spectral army pass who fought for God and Right I heard the drums of Lexington neath smiling Northern skis I saw tho smoke of battle from a hundred altars rise the cantons deepvoiced chorut Joined tho bugles stirring call And fEnglands hopes lay burled neath Defeats eternal pall While thro the gloom a new star rose a harbinger of day And Freedoms light shone oer tho thills for exiles far away Showing a path across tho sea to where the harbor lay And then It seemed a cloud arose dlmnlnc that stars bright flame As orthe sea with flro and sword again the Lion camo Out tho patriots children rallying round the flag their fathers bore Drovohls legions back forever from our lands Imperiled shore Peace spread her snowy pinions oer homes whero hearts had bled The plowshare took tho chorus up which long the sword had led The folds gleamed white with har vest which once with blood ranted And as I watched the phantoms pass again tho sky grew dim As mournful In tho distance rose a womans plaintive hymn A figure draped in widows robes and bound with slaverys chain Walling for sons and daughters she would never see again When from tho frowning sky abovo the tempests flaming hand Struck off her chains of bondage drenched In blood a mourning land And Pale the wage of ages with sword and blood and brand Dut soon the tempest died away wars discord sank to rest The fobs and heartbreak changed to peace In every troubledbrcast Tho sky was bright with sunshine jlho air was filled with song Ana the burJcn of Its music floated oer my spirit long From where Pacifics waters kiss thy sunny western shore To whore Atlantics surges guard thy coast with thunder roar Union Right and Liberty thoU keep thee evermore MAY ELLIS Meat Is high fruit scarce so buy Mrs Austins Pancake Flour A good beirty breakfast fol9llftleylren1r o S NEW DEPARTURE IN INAUGURATION Mrs Taft and Mrs Sherman Will Ride With Husbands Arrangement of Carriage From anti to 1VTdto House Changed to X Conform VISITORS FILLING TILE CAPITAL I I Ayashlngton March 2For abe first tlmotln tho history of thecoon try the wives of the president and vice presldent will on March 4I par ticipate in the inaugural parade Mrs Taft and Mrs Sherman will Join their respective husbands when they leave the capitol after the Inaugura tlon ceremonies and will proceed with them to tho white house This change in the program was dccUed upon by the committee on arrangements and the following Is tho offi cial announcement made by tho chali man Senator Knox After tho inaugural ceremonies are finished President and Mrs Taft escorted by the Joint committee on arrangements will return to the white house In the carriage In which tho president rode to tho capitol and the vicepresident and Mrs Sherman wilt follow them in the carriage used liy the vicepresident This change is made and Mrs Taft and Mrs Sherman have consent ed to it In response to the urgent request of tho committee to j have them accompany their respective hus bands from tnejtlmo the qfflclat program t is completedt at the capitol Tho arrangement of the carriages from the white house to tho capitol will be President presidentelect Senator Knox and Senator Lodge Vlcopresldent Senator Bacon and Senator Burke Vice presidentelect president pro tompore Representatives Young and Gaines of Tennessee Tho arrangement of the carriages from the capitol to the white house wilt bo- Senator Knox and Senator Lodge Senator iBaeon and Representative Burke Representatives Young and Gaines President and Mrs Taft Vice President and Mrs Sherman Hourly Influx of VlU m Washington March 2Tho na tional capital is tho Mocca toward which the Inaugural hosts arc mak ing their pilgrimage Tho advance guard of the throngs which quadren nially visit Washington to witness the induction Into omen of the now president began yesterday in earnest Early yesterday the influx of those who aro to participate In the coleba tlon began and lato last night the visitors had swelled the citys population by many thousands From every point of the compass every train and steamboat entering Washington was burdened with humanity several military civic and other organizations being repre seated Tho city has put on holiday garb APPLE WEEK n Bather unusual isnt itBut Wit JuNo just received the largcat single shipment ot fine apples which has ever come to Paducah and a celebration of some sort is in order Those big rosy magnifi cent fellows come frm the famous orchard 8f siVHSb ington Oregon and Idalo Bound as a dollar and band selected Take advantage of tho- SPECIAL PRICES LOUIS CAPORAL 331 Broadway Both Phon- esGRASS SEED Our Sign Stands for- QUALITY Sow Now Kentucky Bluegrass Guaranteed BEST LAWN GRASSII MJYOPPSEEDCOJ Old Phone 243 NewfiwH477 I L qI h 4 Ingredients of Ayers Hair Vigor sulohur Gltttdn QUWfI sodium CMerk Capsicum sate jlkohof Wilier rerlumctt i Anything Injurious here Ask your doctor i Anything of merit hone 2Aak your doctorWill It atop falllnsr hem Ask your doctor Will It cle lrox dandruff T Ask your doctor Does not Color the Hairr rt ssaryrulr txmrll M and tho streets are swarming with visitors Extraordinary precautions are be Ing taken by tho authorities Ao pro tect the visitors from pickpockets and thieves Tho first casualty Inci dent to tho Inauguration preparations occurred at the pension building whero the inaugural ball Is to beheld While working on end of tho stands E Melville Swann a carpen ter fell 15 feet striking his head on the stone floor below receiving a fractured skull from which ho died latertt r INEWS River Stngcff Pittsburgh 94 10 rite Cincinnati G27 14 fat1 Louisville 302 15 fall Kvansvlllo 432 01 fall Mt Vernon 428 07 rljio Mt Carmel 181 05 tire Nashville 432 34 falI Chattanooga lllr 22 fall FJorenco 14C 40 filJohnsonvlllo 321 08 fall Cairo 454 03 rise St Louis 146 OC fall Paducah 430 10 rise River stage at 7 oclock this morn Ing 43 feet a riseof one toot In Uiji last 21 hours The river hero will continue to rise for the text 3G hours reaching a stage of HC fuel The rainfall yesterday was 40 inches Arrivals Clyde from Tennessee early this morning with a big cargo of lumber aboard for Metropolis and Joppa Chattanooga arrived yesterday afternoon from Chattanooga and way landing with n big cargo of tlas and other freight for Paducnh and Joppa Dick Fowlfr from Cairo tonight at n oVJ vk Rnyn from Gol oonda this morning with tobacco and hay aboard and a number of pas sengers George Cowling from Me tropolis this morning and tlrfa afternoon doing a rood business on both tripe Bernice from Fair View too on the dry docks for repairs Queen City froni New Orleans at 2 Oclock this morning with 250 oxour Cbniittf and 500 tons of freight aboard RuiMtl Lord and Margaret barlOilIor nnsIvillaDeparturua Fowler for Onlro and way landing this morning at 8 oclock with a large freight and pas ongar list Cowling for Metropolis this morning at 11 and this afternoon at 439 doing a good buslnct Hoynl for Golcnnda this afternoon at 2 oclock with a good builnow trip Chattanooga for Joppa with ties this morning and will receive freight Lyda for Cumberland today with several empty barges after a tow of ties for Joppa Queen City n to I F PnlWeaa tar New Orleans early this morn i iItF- fag It receivef lrl l tho wharfbbat tomorrow and will leave at 0 oolock In tho byeningtor i+ Jrtho Tennessee i e The J B Richardson will receive freight tomorrow morning and vlllofottJtaay at noon for Nashville and way lahdlngs Tho Bernlco will bo tak el cTnytljQ I dry docks today for ropalfV + Sho belongs to tiro Spar Und mining and Is1n command of IfDouglasTho Egan will bo duo In from iMcm phli In n row days with ft tow oftty barges for tho West Kentucky Coal MsThefor the Mlsslcslppl tommorrow after ties for tho Ayer Lord Tie Compa t ti- flyl Tho Margaret will go up tho Tenvneeseo tomorrow altar tiefl for the Ayer Lord Tie Company e The Harvester will get away the last yt thin week for the owe Mte slrslppi with a big tow of co Wbr tlia xv 11 r West Kentucky Coal Compuwo d vtt I The Reaper got In from thoujnlnra ri I at Camyvillo today with a to rofibncoal for the West Kentucky Coal Com pany The Jim fluffy will leave for WhH J I tpbrlna e e Lord Tio Companys c The Peters Leo will 1 leave Cincin Inati next Friday for Memphis and way landings The Eagle after several weeks rest got away toilay for 5U Louis with two barges of logs Tho crew of the GroT JEaglel is ex pected tonight from St Louif and she will get away tomorrow morning for t the Mississippi Libelildhn1 Filed intervening libel1 was filed yes IIAn Afternoon In federal court by Itlckinan against tho stedmar Scotia for I12CCS Tho eteamor Scotia was sold a low weeks ago and w has since been taken to the upper P d Ohio KnylI Did yea know Fouler i NhiNt Milnl Workn hail a niinplclo stock ot inlranlnl iron 1taling y 4iI rtlcm right 111 HnNulivnjr boils iittnea 1115 4 The Tallorr i woo rut and made IliO trolls for HIP twills Tnllor Ing O nt IIUU H Hlli street for Ithe taut Mainn will lie totaled nt 2JII N till Mnrt utter March Olli and will Iobglad to larva your iwtnnmpi ALL AVOinC GlAIUNTii 1 a1 IIs1 1 L 8TABLISHFJL 1874 J71IIPeTT THE CITY NATIONAL BANKPADUOAH IiENTUOKYl0 t UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Capita Surplus and Undivided proOU HOOOOO NrShareholders lte8poaalblUtJj j 0 200000 90 I ail Total Rc pCBSil aitjr to Depositor 000000 0- a 11 HUGIIKS IrcsWcnt JOH i FRIEDMAN Vice ITfjIdeol JT C UTTKRILCK Caslilcr O B RICHARDSON Ant dMhler INTEREST PAID OV TIME DEPOSITS DIREOTORS 1 A L AJiSPACHER 8 n HUaHES s A FOWLER J rJo FItIKU MAN J 0 VTTEIUUCK DR 3 G BROOKS BRACK OWEN Iw Paxtom Wolf TailoressT- lin I YOU WILL RK 110UDM + of our turnouts Wo catrftmrtstryoTr at any time swell turnouU with elnk w K yglo horse or team at moat reasonable F- i t tterms Our horses receive the best i care and our carriages are of the latest and best styles Private teams aro boarded by tho week at low I rates 1 fTILE TULLY LIVERY CO Incorporated Fourth and Kentucky AvonuelBoth phones 476 B KJy Oahkur P data 0uWe I Ilt CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK IaesryeratIL Third arid BroadwayrCity Depository State 1epositolrII f laim 1IJI9efkuplM 7f Btockboldcn 10000liability r w T11 secarlty te depoItora en OooACCOBBU of btdlviaaAV sad Arm solicited We appreciaW 4twalllrestmst c tttrtINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OPlQf BArURDAT jnQHTg FROM 7 TO a VOIJOOK i j 1 W 1 a7 r TUESDAY MAROIITIfE PADUCAH EVENING SUN PACW ova r wt A SCARE IN BUGVILLE tta I Run for your lived ThciVt a firefly In the powder migiztn li Vfe A ttfTgB LOCAL NEWS Dr Gilbert osteopath 400 H t Broadway Phone lOG 1 1Alk your grocer for tho cele ji bratcd Moiunja flour Its the best Ts Visit Pages short oroer rei tau t rant 123 South Second Momaja flour Is pure and every I package fully guaranteed Rubjor stamp scabI brass Men clli etc at the Sun omxni The Ch cajo n Colored Comedy company at Odd JVllowi ball Wed nciday night March 3 In the In terest of tho Garflold school Ad mInion 15 cents Say listen did you know Mo i t maja Sour was on sale In Paducah 7 e e Ask your grocer for It e a If you want a beautiful lawn t sow some of Bransons Superior Lawn Orals Seed f Momaja flour best of AllI for bread cakes pastry etc Ready In a jiffy easy to prepare a goof hearty breakfast la Mrs Au t tons panraktlSlrll will be at room CO at tho Ialmer temporarily HPLKXDin SHOW At lho Star ThU Work j Thoo who saw tho splendid per i fonnantc yesterday at Tho StAr Pa houieff r know that Mr Farrell tho owner end I manager kttaw what ho was about i when its pruralwd the public something Tatra special this week asf vlEveryt feature or the entertainment 1is bright clean and fresh and fairly ankles with rail comedy Allen 111 id Konna In their comedy sketch Tho Mlsfortunof of Uw1 Ganjblor are screamingly funii wth1fiut n trace of eoarena while Gtprgo J Stanley in his faithful portrayal otI the Bqfohslo wau darkoy sings hisI good soncw with lolling effect Chief Tondflhoa too prdzcnts nn act ofI ptrlklng nOtltICoinplrlo Mock Galvanized IronI HMilng at IonlcrWolfo Kliect IttnlI I Work No wilntliiK no rust 113 t Unlndmn both phone IU3 HOTEL 4RRIVALS trrT St Nicholas = Roncoo Walker Vienna III H P Thomas Hnrrjc I b burg III A 1Lucas and family I Paris Ky W H hovel Chicago J H Root Princeton Will Wilson Tolom Inman G Sick Hardln W rr T Cowpor Smlthland Ilufus Marby Ix uUvlllo J W 11111 Maxon Mills I II N Robertson Haskell Tcnn I Galvanlml Iron ItiNillns outtvrnrN nil ollirrs fIowleroCe Sheet I J Slctnl WnrkN 112 Jlnmihvay Hold ii Idumx 3tr3 I w31r M T McCann went to Green ville today on a Visit 1r rr O MEIaHY1 ANDIMI = O = NA 1li the llatest special haveiI one which we valuevery highly indeed for these grcat remedies wh av e proven themselves won sdcrs of efitciency by lick men and women all over the country Mi 0 Na you know cures sick I stomachs and Hy6mcfi cures catarrh and asthma an4 tli vre both miohtv quick about ilj top Wed iiie to talk whhou about them air Gilherts Drag Store RroadwayBotht uljET IT AT OILIEIJS I H LIVESTOCK I 1 yy1 Louisville Ky March 2CattJoThe receipts were 1677 head not a big run but entirely too many of ono class of cattle on sale steers from 900 to 1100 pounds and the Jo mand was lighter than usual not as many buyers on the yards as ordi nary tho trade was generally rather slow and unsatisfactory Choice handyweight butcher cattle wero not very plentiful and sold better In pro portion than any other class a good many sales wero right up to steady prices the medium and Inferior kinds of butcher cattle were slow and lop 15c lower and the heavy cow trado was also dull and lower Tho fat steer trado was exceptionally dull there bolng an oversupply of 900 to 1100 pound steers on sale and they wore hard to get rid of at 10015c lower than last week The feeder prlcelJUltllvlly in the trade Bulls steady canners and cutters slow to shade lower Milch cows unchanged Heavy steer trado dull and lOJplSc lower than a week ago Tho pens were onIfairly well cleared and tho market closed slow We quote Shipping steers 4509575 beef Meets I300O525 fat heifers and cows I300O476 cutters IJ000300 CAnners 1000200 bulls 2000 385 feeders 2000475 stockersJ 22G42i choice milch Iowa 35 O4C common to fair 15035 Calves Receipts 129 market I jfirm and higher bulk of tits best 7HOSc not enough coming to supply tho demand medium 5O7c common 2Q5c f Hogs Uecoiirts 4084 Tho mar- ketj ruled slow and lower from start to finish chafe corn ted bogs ICO pounds and upjvolllng at C50 130 tto 160 pounds 615 pigs 5160 540 rough tiS5 down The trade closed slow arid weak only a fair clearance madei Hogs from doubtful sections hard to sell oven under guar antco with lc per pound oft oh all soft or oily t Sheep and Lambs Receipts 39 The market ruled quiet and un changed best lambs around Cc some fancy higher culls 3O5c Fat sheep 4c down No demand for common trashy sheep and lambs St Louis March 2 Cattlo Re ceipts 4600 Including 1900 Texan market steady native beef steers 3504j700 stockers and feeders 3500540 cows and holt ors 3250625 calves 5600 900 Texas and Indian steers 350 O640 cows and heifers 2750 500 JHogs Receipts 10500 mar ketttf Jo 15c lower pigs and Rights 42SOMI30 packers 5900635 butchers and est heavy 610 O 660 Sheep Receipts 3500 marI iil1ttonU76 Resigns Federal Office CharlcstQwn s C March 2Jn-a loiter to President RoosdveltJ who appointed him collector ot thls port six years ago Dr W D Crurn colored resigned his position to take effect March 4 Crum Is the ono over whoso confirmation there has been so much trouble CQMMITTKI3 OF IDLEItS ApKlnt l By Chicago Hoboes to Walt Upon Afnyorniid Ask for Employment Chicago March 2A committee to wait on Mayor Busseo and ask for work was appointed at a meeting of 300 unemployed at the Hull House J Eads How grandson of tho bulMer of the Eads bridge at St Louis and known as the Hoboes friend pre sided Tho threat was made bysomo of tho speakers to organize in com petition with tho skilled men In the union organizations Notice of Sale I rtlJ ell at public auction at 325 Broadway Paducah Ky on March 4 aka JJ mi the stocks of dry goody potion fixtures etc appraised bt 83028 In UIP bankruptcy estate of John R Roberts Terms onehalf cash balance in ninety days M 0 BURNS Trustee JohnSimpsonwas brought to the Illinois Central railroad hospital this morning with his right foot in lured Simpson lives at Dyersburg Tenn and whllo working a torpedo exploded and Injured his foot The Injury Is pot serious and It Is thought he will be out ofthe hospital Ina short whUf Mr IIIN SOCIAL CIRCLES Clever Pmlucah Writer In Ncr York Magazine The Stage on Which Maudo Ad ams First Appeared Is the taking title of an attractive feature story In the March number of The Theater written by Miss Ora V Leigh of Pa ducah It Is an account of tho unique old Salt Lako theater of Salt Lake qty and the data for tbo article was gath ered by Miss Leigh when doing news paper work out there The facts aro presented In a delightfully clev er and Interesting way quite out of the usual cut and dried feature art Ides Miss Leigh lets Mrs Adams tell tho story of her connection with tho theater and her childs first ap nearanco there and makes her own description of tho theater secondary to that The photographs Illustrat ing tho story wore also secured by the writer when Jn Salt Lake The picture of the house where Maudo Adams was born was taken by Miss Leigh The picture of Maudo Ad ams as a child was given to iMIsfl Leigh by Mrs Asenath Adams KIs kndden tho mother The third illus tration ls of tho Salt Lake theater which has quite an Interesting person allty apart from Its connection with Americas favorite actress Miss Adams first appearance on the Salt Lako stage was when a Uny baby The play was The Lost Child and a baby was an Important stage property of the first act The one that usually played tho part Was sick Maudo bad been brought down to see her mother who was In the play by tho nurse and was hurriedly substltucd She met the occasion with a smllo and a coo and CA- ptUred her audience entirely even at that tender age prophetic of the fu tureAn interesting old program of The Three Guardsmen presented at the theater with Maudo Adams mother In tho rolo of Anno of Austria Iis given Latterday history of this playhouse which Is unIque as tho only theater connected with a church It also happily touched upon In Miss jclghs versatile and graceful style J The theater Is tho best In Salt Lake City and Miss Leigh often attended performances there during her stay In that city She knew personally Maude Adamss mother and grand mothcrkthc Ilatter 80 years oldand enjoyed their Interesting reminiscences The storys Interest for Paducah though will bo the popular writer more than the popular actress Children to Celebrate Feast of Ihiriin Tho children of Temple Israel will LaoJ a masquerade at the Standard club Monday March 8 at 8 p m in commemoration of the Feast of Purim It will bo a pretty eventI IXlphlc Club Elects Ofllrcn for 1000 J010 The Delphic club held Its annual business meeting this morning at the IDelphic rooms in the Carnegie library Tho officers for the ensuing club year were elected as follows President Mrs Alonzo u Meyers Vicepresident Mrs Edmund M I PostSecretaryMiss Kathleen White fieldTreasurerMr George Flournoy Delphic Librarian Mrs Elizabeth AustinThe present officers of tho club bavo served the timelimit two years except Miss WbltcHcld thq secretary who was tho only reelected one Thoso elected today will not go Into omco until the next club year beginning the first Tucwlay In October 1The personnel Is qulto a strong ono and the Delphic will contlne tho Up- wardi progress under their leadership Mrs Mildred Davis the retiring Ipresident of the club In a beautiful talk this morning stressed tho su Ipromo distinction that she felt had 1 been hers in having been president Of the Delphic club during two such notable years of study and work Pretty Spring Hats Why should you jiostpone buying yonr Spring lIaU Buy it now and got full use Ot It Wo arc snowing more pretty stylea than any other store in town and as usual the best hate for the least money We extend you a most cordial invi tation to come in and look at oitr line i THE EStUIMO eats blubber The lumbermen cat pork The Norwegian fishermen live on cod liver oil These people are constantly exposed to cold and physical strain Experience has taught them that fatty foods give warmth and nourishmentFor have cold and thin bodies or are threatened with consumption or any wasting disease there is no fat in so digestible and palatable a form as Scotts Emulsion Physicians prescribe it Send this dvertti tnnt togrther with name of piper In which II wpcarfyp r tddfCU and tout cents to cover portage and we will iced you a Complete Handy AUu of the World a tt SCOTT UOWNE 409 Pearl Strcti New York Much of the success Is due to Mrs Davis enthusiastic interest and ability however the club feels The club will devote the next two years to a study of the British Empire The program committee and other committees will bo appointed at tho next meeting- The Delphic club will this week send off Its third collection of books in TravIellngtucky George C I chairman of the committee Hnp y Celebration Mr and Mrs iL J Itolflng entertained a few of their friends with a 0 oclock dinner Sunday evening at their home 423 Adams street In honor of their twentyfifth wedding anniversary tho birthday of Mr Rolf log and the first birthday of their Attic grandson Master Edward henry Rancland It was quite an en joyable occasion V D C Will Meet at Womans Club Paducah chapter United Daughters ottho Confederacy met this after noon at 230 oclock at the Wom ans club house The hostess for the afternoon are Mrs William Gilbert and Mrs Mary Sherrell A paper on Sara Belle Waller of Kentucky by Mrs Edmund M Post was a feature of the session Mr Jess II Solu of Mt Carmel III who had been the guest of his brother Mr 0 M Seltz returned home today Mrs Augusta Illggcrt of Green astle Ind 1 Is tbo guest of her daughter Mrs Wilbur W Sacra of the Cochran apartments- Mr J C Butler went to Princeton his morning on business Mr J W Shepherd has gone to Lowes on a visit to relatives I it Mr and Mrs Howard Shelton left this morning for Birmingham Ala where they will reside Mr Dean Townes has returned to Chicago after a visit to relatives In thocityMr M Elder who has been cashier at the local offices of the Hammond Packing company has been transferred to Omaha Neb and loaves tonight for that place Mr and Mrs Leffcrt L Buck ro turned to their home Hastlngson the Hudson New York last nlgnt after a two weeks visit to Mrs Bucks sisters Mrs Elbrldge Palmer and Miss Frances Gould Mrs W M Hopkins of Cleveland 0 Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs A J Willett of 1204 Broadway Mrs M L Orange of Princeton Is visiting Mr and Mrs A J Wlllctt of 1201 Broadway Mr II B Bennett of Jefferson vllle Is In thojiity on business j Mr R E OFlynn a tobacco man of owensbroJi In tho city on bus ness IMr 0 W llappolee a hay mer chant of Smlthjand Is In tho city on business tMr J R Ruryear left yesterday for Ballard county to attend a Bap tlst meeting IMiss Cecil Stewart of Phlladelr phia who has been visiting Miss Ruble Lamb of North Sixth street1 left today for St Louis to visit rcla Uves Mr W F Yancey and son lien dren left last night for Now ON leans San Antonio and the south west Mr E H Harrington went to Daw son on business today Mr Frank Wilson of Mayftold arrived In tho city today on busi ness ExSenator Capt W J Stone of Kuttawa returned after a business trip to this city Mr toR Rayburn of St Louis who hay bcenjon a vlst to htsi unt Mrs D G Murrell has accepted a position as assistant suntintendent of the Paducah Iw Company Mr Rayburn Is n graduate of the MasK chusetts Institute of Techn ogy and Is popular sociallY Mr L V Armentrout editor of the Sun left today accompanied by ills father Dr L W Arrocntrout of Ml iGrapeNuts for Brains Brains make the San I II Theres a Reason I LJ eveplugPerry 0 Meloan of Murray Is on the disk during Mr Armentrouts absence Mrs G W Roberts left today on a trip to Washington D C and New York City Mr and Mrs W L Arnold left today for Plno Bluff Ark In ro sponeo to a telegram that their daughtcrlnlaw Mrs Arthur J Ar nold was seriously ill NBws FRrnl I n Circuit court Practically nothing was done today in circuit court Judge Reed was on the bench a short while this morning and sumo motions of mi nor Importance were made In tho case of SJ Taylor against the Western Union Telegraph company additional reasons for a new trial were filed Marriage Licenses Johnnie Dunn and Ellen 0111 R S Page and Dora Page Ponce Court Breach of peace Emma Taylor continued to March 4 Emmett Don aldson fined UO William Husbands continued to March 3 Everett Belt dismissed Housebreaklng Spencer Foster left open Malicious shoot Ing Minnie Taylor continued to March 4 Petit larceny Taniy Reeves left open Presenting and flourishing a gun George Broadns fined 5O and costs ObtainIng money Iby false pretenses Spencer Foster two charges left open Balkan Conference London March 2A Balkan con ference will be hid In July in tho opinion of English diplomat It wM probably meet at the Hague Tho British foreign office Is claiming credit for persuading Russia to join the conference No Money In the Boxes Davenport Ia March 2Thedistrict attorney at Little Rock has wired tho authorities here to hold as evidence the tin boxes shipped bye the swindling gang The boxes supposed to contain money rero found to have only a fow papers In them Enrflsli Enter AlrahipRace Paris larch2Tho Aero club has received three entries from tbo English Aero club one from the United States and one from Italy for the race for the Gordon Bennett aviation cup to bo contested on August 29 Made Tour of World Back from a tour around the globe with Uncle Sams fleet Joseph Las slier has returned to his home in Pa ducah on a fifteenday visit to rela tives and friends Mr Lassiter is a seaman on the New Jersey Al though the fleet was away for fourteen months Mr Lasslter says that the tackles had a pleasant time on the foreign soils In Australia Australia Is a land of magnificent distance Sydney on the eastern side and Perth on the western are 2WOO miles apart and the highcourt of the commonwealth has to hold periodical sittings In both as well as In the other state capitals Some parliament Item JIG 250 for tho traveling ex penoss of tho Judges The attorney thefudges1year and their Jqurheyjr had to beattended by a certain amount of circumstance FORCED TO ROB BANK Cashier Tells Remarkable Story and Secures Ills Acquittal Nashville Alak March 2A re markable etory of being forccd at the point of a revolver to sign a contract to take 4OOO from the bank of Mineral Springs and to leave Amer ica with the money has Wen told beforo the Howard county circuit court here by C R Austin cashier of the bank of Mineral Springs who was alleged to bo a defaulter and who admitted to tho court that he took tho money but who claimed that the act was carried out under such circumstances as to rob It of any crimi nol Intent and who was held to be not gulllrof the charge hero alai late hour last nightt by tho jury In the case- UUIWGAIIIIS FRIGHTENED FROM PAL5IKR HOMI i Soft footsteps were heard early Ihl morning In fhb re ldeaceof Mrs Elbrldge Palmer 1041 Clark street and upon an lnvestlgatipnbymom bets of tho family all unknown nun was found In the house The alarm was given Immediately and the stranger left the home quickly by the route of a window that ho had opened carefully and propped Noth ing of value has been missed front the household and the family Isuu4 ablo to account for tbo visit of the man whose Identity could not be de lectod Visitors had left the Palms homo shortly after 1 oclock this mornIng for the early morning train and yio members of the family had net returned to sleep When the foot I1were heard It is believed thai the burglar entered the home and was detected before ho had an oppor ttmUy to secure valuables The cafe was reported to the police depart sent and the police arc workIng on DM case I WITH A RIP AND A BANG Harts big kut price sale goes on Paducah people know a good thing People come for miles to save big money at Harts EVERYTHING in the BIG STOCK is included in this SLASHED PRICE SALE JUST THINK 3 COt Enamel Ware White Inside and Beautiful Blue Outside ww 11 OOo Dish Pans 75C 750 Dish Pahs 57C 125 Tea KettlesB5eD- usters 5C Double Washboards 20C i The Whole Stock att Kut Prices GEO 0 HART SONS CO Incorporated Y WANT ADS IGET THE DOLLARS out of your I newspaper You aro not getting all the value out of your newspaper that you should There Is a hidden store of wealth In It that you have over looked THE SUNS classified ads moneysavingadvantage of them today Read the Want Adltho For Sale ads the Exchange Ads You certainly have something you dont want that Is worth real money to Eorae one else This person talks to you through The Sun Or you may see something adver tised that you Intend buying during tho day something you find you ca- nbuyfor half what you feared you would havo to pay There are other opportunities too Through theee want ads you can find the cook you havo been looking for the seamstress tho clerk the chore boy Read them carefullynow Get In touch with the people who can Iverve you or whom you can serve jIt will pay you well Subscribers inserting want ads In The Sun will kindly remember that all itch items lire to be paid for when the nd is inserted the rule applying to everyone Ayitkout exception BOY WANTED311 Broadway FURNISHED ROOMS for rent I Steam heat 417 Washington I HAVE a finsJersey bullstand 100A Legeay old phone 174G FOR SALE Household goods of ill kinds 525 North Eighth ROOM AND BOARD homelike large front room 419 South Third RHODE ISLAND red eggs for sate J K Bondurant BLACK MINORCA Eggs for sale IL B Theobald Old 1427 ItHOUSEEighth street Apply 1218 Clay If IslightHAIR GOODS made to order I IIIIAIRIng Lillian Robinson old phone 2114 FOR RENT =Five room cottage 527 North Fifth Mrs A S Dab ney FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping Old phoio 22S5 COTTAGE for rent centrally located 1800 per month Apply 139 South First street FOR SALE General household furniture to bo sold at once 1917 Madison FURNISHED room for rent largo and airy with closet and grate 4 OS Washington FOR RENT Ono 4 room house newly painted 1253 Kentucky Ave Old prone 65a- WANTED4o1 andsolicitor Quick promotion to right party Apply 307 Kentucky avenue FOR RENT Four room cottage on Kentucky avenue near High school Old phone 1632 FOR RENT The Hotel at Norton rule Apply to F M Fisher for In formation J JS MORGAN Horse shoeing general repairing rubber tires 408 South Thrrd street- CllwAPER THAK RENTING is the payment plan of the Oliver Typo writer Call new phone 517 FOR RENT Twostory frame residence 201 Fountain ire Apply to L M flake FOR 5AWD Barrel Plymouth phonelUoTHF OLIVER moats the demand for alt claseca of office work Tele phone 517 New ROOMS for rentAll modern conveniences Centrally located Apply 117 Washington WtANTKDrPacklng moving and hauling call old Phone 705 Geo M Hock 11000 TO LOANPart or all 03 real estate Address W E Wool worth It F D No 6 III 125 Heavy Galvanized Wash Boiler86CB- eet Toilet PaperBeMop Sticks 8C Fancy Flue Stops5CSc- rub Brushes2C A LARGE front room with first class table board at C31 Kentucky avenue Old phone 394 WANTEDYou to get our propo sltlou yo sell diamonds on eaay1r Ii1 tto payments Eye See Jewelry Co 3i5 BroadwayYOUR LACE curtains need clean- Ing You wilt make no mistake inrsending them to the Star Laundry Phone 200 PRESSING CLUB membership 1cper month Clothes called for and delivered Jas Duffer Old phone 338a 00 WE WASH lace curtains very care fully Get them cleaner arid whiter than you could at home Star Laun dry Phone 200 FURNITURE repairing reflnlshlng and packing Iron beds re cnamelcd Sidney Douglas Third and Adams streets New phone 190 WANTED Wo put new covers on umbrellas while you walt Largo stock of umbrellas EyeS Jewelry Co 315 Broadway 00 I LOST Bunch Of keys on ring with turlltowall and receive reward t THE PADUOAH Harness Jlad die Co will repair your harness good as new at reasonabla price Will save you money on collars and sad dies 20 S Kentucky avenue FOR SALE Small place fi acres short distance from city Nice dwelt ing just the place for gardening and poultry raising Address Tony Lteber man 4th and Broad or phone 693 WAGON YARDOld prices remain with the exception of double teams changed to 16c per day Spe clalI attention to ladles Hartman Rust 325 North Third FOR RE T9room house 410 S 10th 90foot lot high and dry Both hot and coid water Modern plumbing JA Rudy 31C Broadway WiB STARCH lace curtains Just degree of stiffness that makes hang nicely and dry them upon frames that mako them square and them smooth and even Stat Laundry Phone 200t ILLINOIS COAL FEED COM pany dealers In the best Untohmlned sold in Paducah Lump egg or tout at 12 cents per bushel delivered anywhere In the city Office and yards 16th and Tennessee streets New phone 733 Old phone 658 cottagef near factories largo attic porch city water largo garden spot Cheap for good steady tenant AH or one haif of fourroom cottage t close to factories Nicest street f south or will soil small paymentto e11IIIn down and rental thereafter Ifogga ot n0jgrocery 122 Kentucky avenue v Burled In Avalanche Innsbruck March 2Thirtyonersoldiers Including six officers were burled today hian avalanche In Tyrol Troops havo gone to the scene but early reports Indicate that the victims were undoubtedly kllleJ The landslide blocked the Brlunner Pass railway in Puiter Valley Graft Jury Tied Up Pittsburgh March 2The jury In tho graft case In which OounrJlm- nJC Wason William Brand and John F Klein are charged with core splracy reported that It had been nn able to agreo on a verdict and was locked up until court convenes to marrow The McCracken County Medical Society will meet Wednesday night prVernon p defy Dr Blytlio will read spap- er at the meotlnc i 1 Miss Elizabeth Welkirt Will remove her dressmaking parlors from 312 North 12th Street to Mrs Donps Millinery store 428 Broadway and will be pleased to have her customers call after Match 1 iii- K MJJJfJMI t1 T9 R tlAAf M f IiTAEi The combination IIpl healthful vegetable ingredients of which S s3 ta erapoed makes itaa especially desirable and elective remedy in the treat thebll l pin onlyrdea tolibl naisltuns roots herbs and barks of the forest and fields ft has long 1eeu f1M s 4b gieatast PI all hood pniiera posseeltlg 1 qtta11Ud purifiedtheI t i c Mv and surely because they ate no Ilonger fed and kept open by a cpntignal diRchargeintothemofirrltaUngdlseaselakaHiatttrfroHiOiebloo S8-IsL out a healthy nditiqnOleft h by supplyipN It with rich wounshtng blOOd and mattes aperan t knd lasting cure JJ001dn1 Scree- I I I aad Ucen and wsy aedkal adtlcemailed reeto all whq wre i TO SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLAHTA Ole YTQBACCO HEWS t farketJ2OwI- ng to the unprecedented activity of ibo loopo tobacco market and the In I1opjlnsvInstead of the ono with which the1 theDlackBrOoopfr Co annoupcp the rpop dallyprt tobacco H HAbefnatjiy tho Sp clety of Equity saKhsuian and J IP 60n It 00 who opened the ffdrJplJ11 floor are holding Bales every To Ptlces obtained appear to be very satisfactory fo thqr dtfadrs otthe tobacco aa practically no TO Jecllons aro reported =t The Planters JProleotlve nssoclail tlon had a busy week A qUarlef pIfoundpI heads of the 1907Trop were sold eImpenalWIIJ I looselyodi The following rales for the dla i tjrjgt are reported by the PlntersI OEsocIalfon x r Sales Sales Place for wept for year IMncctpn Ky 1844 19tClarksvilleMayfield Ky 32 p6L 3G36Paducahy iropklnsvllle Kj 155 G493 Gulhrlo Ky 176 St17 adlt Ky 27 147S- prlngQcld Tcnn All sold 8170 y1 Ii Totals 1181 63052 V Now that the executive committee of the Planters Protective assocla h Jlpp fcaa fagclonedl the sale of the big 2i4 OO000ppund pool of the t 1 dtheIrt etemmers ep as not to conflict with the unsold 1907 crop lively Interest negotlatfonsirtth UBdersfood ttietypessubtnltbidsi wiltied the price offered equals or exceeds the prices established by the grad i era of the aSBOclatlon Itlportlioulfivlllc The 1908 cropOf burley has been1 about all marketed ni1 cropiioppedolf Andtheatpon one of the shortest craps ever raised Id the fact that prices havo colorygradespony Was about the only bidder till tturleythla week and several grades of red were lower Dark toBacco I t indtfQrontdili1 expectations of seyers PfPaUt jales I JncIiiJpd 187 hogsheads of news bhr J REMEDY A ULCERS lby at4n by the Apcaj Tobacco company 68 old dark 24 nevcidarkl and 446 old burley aamptdl for the gpclayofl Equity for delivery prf pre- vIous sales New dark was offered to the ex tent of 522 hogsheads It was ot fairly good quality Manufacturing let was pff He front llast week and otbprisrades with the exception of long rphandllng teat which was firm were 14 He lower Trash and com mon togs wore only sparingly offered prtceeMediumI Flied or export leaf as a rule was In vary poor order and met with a poor Demand ahd rejecflops were Miry1 hc vy Lopg leaf and teaf in gddd keeplfig ordpr held up to lat TSCQktf level of prices 1JUtlugs were easier Hardly epough old dark Was offered to test the market However Ill apIpeared upchapgedr Sale fqr the peek showed a sharp falllpp oft amounting to 2330 hog ljpa 8of which 1G05 hogsheads we IeJJ by arte t to g and 725 Tnlvately In the taY33d4bogebeads I l GGO8and1 I to date sales were 29791 hogsheads against 37053 last year 35tUloc1907 and 45193 In 1906 Receipts For this week were 1548 hogsheads sgalnst 4504 In 1908 and 3168 lit 1907The teathadlocal market during the month clos ing Sales by auction Were 7404 hogsheads and private sales 0041 tfid trftkl of 12415 hogsheads com paring wltti 176S4 In the cprrespon = tag monTof last year 18334 n J907 and 18i3 la 190C Since Jah Jiary 1 sales have amounted to 29 7SS hogsheads agalifst 37053 dinttt ing the same period of last year 3jj 38 In lOq ante 3135 ln igOfi t gales of last years crop to date tote Sfc514 compared with 40787 of thojj 1907 ctopto this date last year autjj dateInJ up pf 6994 Vgheads oft new burljj 3Q38 old burley 275 now dark duringiho I ihpname j pertenti During February receipts were 8r f 9SGQIlse I tn anddeliveries receIpts were TiII J42 14349 For iho i recelptamerep i 24417 compared with receipts of 31808 and deliveries of 27356 dur 4908Stbcka I J 23650 hogsheads apalnst3093 i iIthe correrpondlng date dt last rearjj 23243 In 1907 and 19048 In nOGI In the unsold stocks are 5561 hoRs heads of Society of Equity purvey against 7895 last year 2577 treq burley against 2854 753 JQrten rlvellrarI1 t 7816 and 11 ul tatagaliUtr2147 mlhadi l 91 lank tit JuIfthpJJ b dt 71is J I qAr11L I j ti rr l t e i MONEY TO LOAN On Real Estate c Ijf itt Sixl IHer Cent L J Jt j J Jbegch njcsj Building Loan A spcIaUpni has omimoney tojjeod at once on reall estate at 1 six per cent This fOnt apy has a recordof 22 Af a JorlJiatf+ iiffaunttaiitit dluccese s t ftlbi IfroQ are interested address the jrr d jaqhanics 8Bfdipf L6jin Assn i frHttabKJ1 I itt r i J r 9f FREEHAND FOR ill IN f AFT CABINET Adyjsof jWfrr81 Bt to penqv OwR York WHrr Vcjlninn Tells How Incom ing ciilcfwiU JpJ Methods ot lculaJlr 11 OlIMQNS OP f jL WANTED r I Walter VeHman in the Chicago lie o aHorald says To develop strong men about him Is to bea dlsUnctlvq policy of Pres- Ident lect Taft The new president fecjo that he has chosen a cabinet of unusual individual strength from whom work of a high order may be expected And ho leas sent word to the men who are to sltet his council table that he want every ono of hem to be the actriar head of tits department not afraid to take thoinlt1aflvopr astntnercaponaiitlity and to doyei op Indlyduai policy and potion as UnieQtt10sf bdrds1s thathe wants the member f pf the cabinet ttp bo some thiner1 more that mea clerks to the orh15said for him In ektendng fnvlMlQns to various mentq take places fir the sl6nificantI t2hJt SXta l rF+ Tftr bail cald i wnp11 to run bfs department In Jl18 owe wry cbmlns to mo poly IQicuttquestions Mr Taft bits a le49r hlo au thprlxed spokesmen nevi added for hrm that eyyrymember of the anv- eptUept Is expectedto speak his mind councilsffr r a eabinEfolncer to confider first- wlr ctm1r pr 4l 4 hie optpigae are nicely to agree with those of the man who TheTaftbring om the best that IB In his Hd vl1 lets wltbqut jp rauch domination through his awn persohallty sad pros tgc f stythatwho would not have accepted Peaces tackingbutatatemcntOf this policy by the men watttoEvery ono 1n Washington who knows abdtjt this plan approves of it as the beat posslblp thlpg for the lc apdtheI g a method whfefj exactly suits tho Taft temperament if Mr Tattbas btciq somewhat t COnimUaUon lnvestltafort r ttie pplmops of Otherst aq fo the signi toouf i nient hag groSVb top bIg and tpp com tii4t for Whatt we may call pneman tootitinZf J o fiayp inside succcspes In their otyn Bpe1 ttfcprnptbqsuvernrpgttta them to live hero if they asp Opt to have the opportunity in develop enjoythefair extent with A free hand Tfofuralty ffortg are being made by some of those who knap+ of this vlhhtoI B d nt ftooseyglt Buttlt18 need igas oxaytha UIII1 n Qt rresfdenlr it6chi is r 1llsti1I11 t r rat thtjughW fthaqbeStt necessary for 4r poseyeli to admriJSer bis office e errfll i 1111 stlhmerfioal1 prcegppevs the ort6a Sr pTatis Ifa conflict wlthttl1 1N eelrlmetf TtPwroJtfhas been a Wccei nut Mr Tail must fpllpy put 1T5 PWI ttflppfraincut and that is precisely what he Js planning to do And hh friends do no t doubt that It 4t ll prove Mlt 45 sue pful tfI1Il o nOijelt method tia- p rrwlt Tft tniordofgefac bJL fl JHl IIj tJII III I Wlevr iiiif Io more- Gray Hair io ltsiNaturalP tCo r 07 I II1attcr vlopgt1a ftJeeq gray prladed frjDoteia tuxu ant growth bfheti1hyh c fjwa1llngout aadjelavely KOet Man tIKgps hairgott And gnsy lie fuse all ai btltutf2r tIigge aI much In PJ a4 50catsit 7i4cIt Itt Its IU r6daN 1rNGiMtb ifa1t erCirerarklf J RQA lliaalfaiaSPaleiM Ptop4 mtro lth 4cllalMtHhad N all kiadl rari K t Ita15cII 7Ciu f1atbeblia W 1f wONII- I JfIJ lrqMIIat irs a Sound sense Polley I 3 Io use medicinessgnlyof KWf WN 4g fqSITIQN q 1 wqi hcpntainneither alcohol nQr talajttfprm- sng drugs it IS fgolishoften danger p tp do otherwise The most intelligent pppple and f f Thekadipgl PjcrccTs publicity are plainly printed on wrappers Theres no apcrcccy an ppcn 4g4itfartdcal pqjicy is fojloyed1 by the makers Dr Pieces Favorite Prescription THE ONE REMEDY fcjr weans qllnwHts sefd fcy druggists devised and gotten Mp 1 f i + ft reMlIrT grpdwEt N physician fcf Vst experience In treating woman pccultar t diseases and jartfHJIy j aptftl tq worst in h rrnony with per depute organization j ky aa exitfee afHIIItd sj ecla1stI in Per mantes I Y THE ONE REMEDY fey TVCtfpn ajlmenjs sold by druggists whIch contains neither alcfHelI I whW 1seft woiiW IIf tJtc 1ra istf tPMf p or ether injuripui wrUablt termnS drugs I tltlttt t Y Its makers are net afraid tje rat Its every Ingredient 1In ptall pjigljsh orillsI outside ottlewrappcrt and arr attest l the correctness ei the same Under eath i l jjjU ale have a prefeuad desire to avoidi all offense to the molt delicate sensitivcncssofmodet women for whom we entertain the most sincere respect and admifatten We ehati potf therefore particulrjzc hers cppccrning the symptoms and peculiar ailments incident to the sex for which Dr Pierce V Favorite Prescription ha for pare than 40 years proven such a bppp Wf cannot however do a better service to the afflicted 6f the ttentle sex than to referf them tp pr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser a great 1family doctor book of 1000 pages 44 y ar bound in cloth and glvtn away grab or Kilt postpaid pt receipt pi Sl pue cci ttampsIQ caver wn pf mailing mfy All the delicate r delicacyanakcsf I i Fre t Address WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATE R V aterte cf President UG3 ttafr etrcct Buar1 ttlon to the men working with and updor the chief executive and with less friction and deflation Too Tart policy Iii to take to goy vernment machine biick to the lie1 ICInlcy days rather than 40 continuo the ttposevolt regime tycKlnleys method was distinctly thatfpf building up men He1 built ut such mon aa lortetyouseagreat falkcr Ijiif a good listener He encaura lttd men iloVxinly to mature bielr departmeata rtillr buf to ptela their opinion tre lrIM1 eij ley rarely expressed an opinion of own on Important quMtlpns till be had dVawn oUt the VJewt ofnIH his councilor and nota little of the t redjf he gained for lilt wledbm had lie origin In this quality of gaining the t pusdble ttgbt before forniulctng ale own judgment President Roosevelt has ghrcn us an example pf the gthormethod tho oric man tule Ho co ild not have done otherwJsq tied he tried The leopard cnnpot chapgo bla ppts Gnd1n this caw an effort to do ep would have tesultidl In failure x tr Uootevelts strong personalty has dominated tho whole governpcnt and everyone InIU the u doutitodsuccew pf his admlnls Iratlop 1a his success pure and limpid Almoet pc thing ohtslde the bare routine has bffor done by any cabinet oft fleer ifftJioaT preVloua consultation with t It la true that familiarity with all th iPfrlifeJlt ei pent and fills ab4ii ytfv energy Mr 1 times had Mt- foeb Utephona orders about this and that tQrjnefnberfl of the cabinet That sultffae ftooMvoit temperament but adYotUQed police that 4t glllsnatpiJC l rn tt + I 1 JCHANGE IN MAI im OIf rJnxa nm O- NIoKI SywE 1OtL try it Xcw 5FetlnHl It in Believed ww Mayo n Stronurr Apixol to the Bayrrs- IlotiklnavIIoI ty March decided changQihas been made In the the maAricrinwKlch bids arc to be made 6 l thp MQOJPQ pounds of to bocce Jn tfftp tcppjs Acjptdlps tq the flrrt plan tho thred pools were to be rondo Dp bj hfrfarmdrs themselves and the buyers were to make tholf bids accordingly Some bids wore made Ifftthli mannibl1t the buyers claimed that they could probably see Ilect the tobacco most suitable to their trade So they were authorized ofe000000 pounds roomowhere the samples are displayed goes over them and selects those crops which appeal to him most directly until hd yeti as raUch as tho GOOOOO ttogether He then makes his bid on each crop separatelY This afternoon there bids arebelhs considered by the committee arid tho one vyhtch HR urea out the best will be accepted provided It comes uptothe graded price wblcllhaabeeu put upon the tobaCCO If this first pool Is sold under these conditions then tho buyers will b6 a k dtoiubrol bids on a eccoud pool pi 61Ci6 JfO ipouhds In the same way It thliJt void then thp pal inco which It lcft will hO the third pool and this Will bo sold ttt public auction v In all of three traniactlons the procurer of the tobacco has a anal say jo as to whether or not his crop shall go Into the poolat the Price trade upon 1tIche Is not willing to accept the figure offered ho is at liberty to withdraw and let hB tobacco be bl4 on again or to dispose of It as M- IICS fit This Id the original plan proposed under which to toll the tobacco but t was turned down and the one idopKdby which the farmers made he pool U I1ft bgUeged that under hi new arrangement the buyers will offer pincer wblcb will be aUrflcUw NKUSOX IAXSouipTUiies TPXIOJIT i II1 s- In pretcntlBg to his patrons iba original copyrighted Pictures of tho last tight between Battling Nelson and doe Cans Manager Carney IIs offering an attraction rarely seen put Mdp of tiroforger cities but knowing the loving pub lie ho did not henUate In making the guarantee 1p peopleit to hoW thlfi lr tonightilptdans havb fought three times hut lhqj list ght was undoubtedly the beat of the series Nelson Is at hla roan from the tap of tho gphff showing him no mercy but hammcrln gawar with fight and left ho soon has hit black adversary exhausted and with one jnoro blow a little above tho beam the man once considered to be tho grand old master of the prize ring Is seen tottering and In a twinkling ho Is counted out by the referee The pictures show the entire flght from training quarters to tho fatal knockout blow Nothing pt Interest that happened at the ringside Is omlttol 1lmiurea will begin promptly at 7 oclock dad continue until 11 pm Tho price pfC admlsiton hat been reduced fo 10 centsl Illrams Id a Itry Stall Glorious julep weatherslursI Cotlatifutlon tree of poetic license Georgia 1Is destitute of ail the Ingredients of the julepiaveI tho Ice appetite and ycatbrUouaton Texas Post Trr the Suit for Work i to coo fy Gai thanbyanyothcrm wastehtlexpens ive burning of coal and wood bc tore yoq can get a good fire YqU turn on the cock- itrikcmatchand readyWhen rrecditshdtitoff Let u i dcrnon atratc iii advant ages Paducah lih POwarCQ Ineorportd CtK Milam prat111t Lkh C CUHN63 J 0 I I Sprinkler Equipment We will furnjih estimates for all kind 4 of sprinkler equipment for qreprpect1P11 v 1 DRAM I WEIL CO Qampbetll Building Paducah Ky r I ind Wirkmislipi Firstclass laterlal SQUA1E DEALINf Have baMt sp the largest mtataWag basfocM fa Wct4 a Kew tacky Mjr Object b ta lUke K larger Sfdasatee tree u 1 ED D HANNAH Plumbr Steam Fitter Botfi ptlpna plp1 133 South fourth Si t City Transfer Co 44- C L Van M ter Manager All Kindp pi Hauling Second and Washington Strectsl Warhouss for Storage 4 Both Phones 499 u INDEIEaiDLHrczoArt co BUILDERS For Highest Cash Market Price Bring Your 4- e 4 TOBACCOT9 IB ohm hrs WarehouseDtllsa Hprrlspn Paducah Ky HOId Phones 72- zmptyhesasadayurptslsd Ic to p rllea- yli latea Ilpfltfllro6acoobrrallor nvrjj Tobacco is pnlpaddd nIlarge flitt baskets each grade to 1 itself wejgbefl ante rocglpt given Owner1 showing numbpr of draft and pounds thereof A corresponding ticket is placed onrcteh pilp Tiq liiteati bid is writton on ticket and should qiV11er accptastpp tjy pre enting at office receipt i given the cash is handed over previonsyrrShould tthe bid offered not be satisfactory the 9 be tllereaftprit I i qplesa bidi iIs accepted iin which caSiwo Chlrao IG rents per hundred pounds inri 2dmte oatlle dollars I J Thp greatest ndapfjl manufacturers and dealers is for looaa tobacco and slaco it will bring more money offered loose whr go to the expense of having prizejj sldygd inBbrqdkt nspeeUa anti looVea after Yon wilt get more money for yom tobacco when Offa ort tqaa the highest biddir In open competition with twenty five buyers tp bpYlhduwhen ou expect or require e riUio8 4r SALES EVERYtftw M s DAY 4 fi f I yI v v I o kiyww LiXJ DR Wiv OWEN Dentist I iMehartIJ 1 I GfficsbirsItIl2I11tSpAIH4I12w1 UNION COUNTY KY Boarding School for Young Indies OIK Children Modern Equipment Music Drawing and Painting Short hand and Typewriting are taught according to the best improved methods Too MaMrnal Is 1 10clpllnoJIJ unites a careful training and manners with Intelligent and physical develop IT i ment For Catalogue Terms etc address SISTER SUPERIOR c iifI NEW STATE HOTEl METROPOLIS ILL bli A4 Bailey Prep Newest awl Wit Hotel ta Ute My Rat woe Two Urge fUsspl I 41tkream Btaia n call eesrtnOJy located Betel t the thy COMMERCIAL FATROXAGB SOLICITED b IIJ ST LOUIS a TENNESSEE RIVSR PAOKKT COMPANT fltll fOR KHB TENNESSEE KIVXB r STEAMER CLTDB- L ve fiAmcfb tot TftuIe BITer Kvery Wedaerfai at 4 p is t t I Av W WRIGHT Matter t BUGENX ROBINSON Clerk I Til eompany II not rcsposlbli for tnvptee harges unless eoUtsd I fcy the elerk of the boat gpecldI excursion rate prom Pa4u eah to Waterloo Far for the round trip 800 Leaves Padntal VCT7 Wednesday at 4 p Tlckel Ofloet city Once 410 Broadway DKTOT8 14k Ne4c MIl DaSea BUtfoa j epr Lv Paducth 7tl fto Ar Jackson 1830 m- Ar Nashville iJO pm Ar Memphis 130 pm Ar Hlckman 1Z8 pm AT ChatUnoora 917 pm- t Padcah I Up NashTllle 830 pmb Ar s M Ar Memphis 84Q pm AT Hlckman 835 pm AT Cha tanooja 7I 144 aa- AT Jactoon e 730 pm AT Atlanta es 710 m LT paducah 100 pm AxMur7x 731 pm 4 I At Part 916 pm Arrival 5 I jlrrlrc 120 p m from NaahTine tfemphU and all Southern points Arrives 816 pm from NaahvlH Memphis and all Southern points 4 745 am train connect at Hollow Rock Jet with ctialr car and Buti Proller for Memphis S15 pm train connects at Hollow Rock Jet with chair car and null Broiler for Nasavllle PSL Wetland City Ticket Agtt 10 Brwulway s A a Bnmham Aget Tlfta ud ortoLszjpvathirArUt Tlalo DeIIet L p iISIB TAIUK Uah UO iOOO 4 Trains arrive anti leave Pa cahiiV o oulsvlllo Cincinnati east I b Lv 133 a m Ar 3GS k mloulsvllleIv 750 a m- Ar 415 p m Iulsvill Cincinnati east Ly 1125 a in Ar C10 V mMcunphls iojv Orlcaru aouthTy 3C7 a m Ar 128 n m- Mbmpljls Now Orleans souttiLy 015 p m Ar llSb am 14yflcd and FultonTiv- I I1WiPtlnceton m tv 33 amAr61Opm 1 I prhicetol1 and Evansvllle Dv1121 n mAr416 pma Princeton and Hopklnsvllle r Lv 335 y in Ar 925 nU1 Cairo St Louis nnd Chi cagoLY 935 a m Ar 745 a mICairo St Loula and Cl- icagoLv 015 p tn gfr- 1GpmMetropolis Carbondalo and St Louls1v 940 a m Ar 11QP a m Metropolis Carbondale and St LouIsLv 420 p m Ar 335 at nji II J T DoNOVAN 4 4 Agent City 0r Padseal JR K PRATHBB l snk1nIoThlls l Keeps Bowels Open FTM There Is no function of the human body so important as keeping the bowels open Upon the condition of the bowels more than upon any other one thing depends the health and wellbeing of the entire system There II scarcely a sickness that has not got constipation and stomach trouble complicated with it It is at the bottom of most of the serious diseases of life belnwoucbttGhavetion of the bowela every 24 hour put untortunately there are thousand Who do not get this No matter what iMiitb nature or cau of their con stipation and no matter how chronic anl- l19tltandlql It Ila they will nor find a DrlCn1IJweUethat It will curs any coca of constIpation In young or old that they will aend a i tree test bottle to anyon who sends name and nddreia to Lr caldwelL The cample will do for any constipated I person what It did for MIII W D Fullr of EatOn Rapids Mich for Mr J F Edward ct Lebanon Tenn and a lot of other In all lectloni of the country Af ter havlnr used the sample they will do- a Mra Fuller and Mr Edwards did which la to go to the nearest drug atore and buy a regular bottle which cost to cent or flIt according to the size Dr Caldwella syrup Pepsin Iis not a tablet or powder but a liquid laxative tonic remlIdyDrCaldwells blendlnerbelorethe I If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he willI answer you fully There la no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B bldgMonuceiio J Competent engineer cstlmao that thero It 2040000 horsepower which could bo easily developed from water power In this country This would save annually 22COOOOOO tons of ccI1J hop Iacka he Pain in the Hips and Groins In most eaSes are direct recalls1 of WEAK KIDNEYS and IN FLAMMATION OF TUB BLADDER The itraln on the KIt aeya and Inflamed B sibravM lining the neck of the Bladder producing tfe palna LARKS KIDNIY GLOBES WILL CURE IT Two ttOMM give relief and ono bar wit cure any ordinary cue of Kidney or Bladder trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheum thin and al Irregularities of the Kidneys and Bladder In both men and women Sold at 60 sent a box on the No Cure No Pay baSis by McPhorsons drug tore Fourth and Broadway solo agents for Paducab or tent by mall upon receipt of price to Lark JCedlclne Co Loulsvlllt Ky HOTEL ST DENIS RoAlUIISTRI3flT Within FJty Anna C Kmr Toljt tit IMrmt hilt Itlort fmm W marr S mloulrV will of Xkwlw IHtrlt NOTWI KOH KlWllrncr of O lil Unnrntibl Appnlntmcnis Ooorlrom tlk slilIItarat siariowidlurl eMs SIOI PER MY Ml UP rrf Commoillow Sample Hooma at Rm nimlile Rates EUROPEAN PLAN Table dHete Breakfast SOc fWM TAYLORS SON Inc Jy = j if tJ BAR WUTTHIORH REAL ESTATEI 01 AGENCY FREE REAL ESTATE PRICE LIST Gill SuJor Ttlpnot for it neB 835 FltATEftNITYBLDG PADUCAR KY KILL THK COUCH AW CURL THE LUNGS I WITH Dr Kings II IIIFOAI II I ANDHll ililiHJJ7Iillllltlllill eAANiATiSPCIO4 0 WXX uJvNDD nO- k Ti 1 JI 107 f cjCL A Gent1enini 1 From Mississippi 1 J THP1ArftWlE TLmbi fttHliliftt Frem tht Ttay Sy FrfJtrtcK 3t 0ILl COPYRIGHT 1008 BY THOMAS A WISEI 1SContinued from last Isstiel CUAP1ER VII UXQVQTt IXABKS OF TUB QS TOFLtaA HJt n AINES quickly walked over and touched the southerner on the ana Well my boy what can Ic aIIU lUC OU r asacu we new senator turnllhpleat HFMy ai je flame Snator Ste yeas was to speak 44 you about me Im the first of the newspaper corre ipondcaU come to Interview you Lnngdona familiar smile broadened Well you dont look as though youd bite Reckon I can stand for It Is It very palo1il7SI hope it wQnt be senator Haines said feeling Instinctively that he was Botag to like tats big hearty citizen Au right Mr Ualnes just as socn as Ivpt said goodby to joy old frIend Colonel StoaeBan Ill be with you And totkl continued amazement flames saw the senator walk away with the old Union colonel slap him on the back cheer him up and finally bid him goodby after tending Ofdial Invitation to come atoand to din He meet kite daughters aad talk over old times u r The atiutitFederal soldier marched away more erect more brisk than In years completely rcstpred to favor In tkaeyo oqtUsbptell people Lang lori turned te duf reporter All right Ir flames my haDda are 3p Do your worst Senator J3tevon Spoke to me about you said you were the smartest young newspaper man ln Vasbington You must como from the Ibtttu Bud shook Ills head No Just New York be aldIWell thats u promising town drawled the SQUtherpcr They tell me llidts the Vlcksburg of the north I suppose you havent been to New Vork of late senator suggested the newspaper man Well I started up there with Genera Leo once responded Langdon remIniscently but wo changed our minds And came back You may hove heard nbut that trip Ilnlnci admitted that he had Since that time went on Lang don Ive confined my travels to New InINew Orleans about Mardi Gras time Mr IlnlnesT Sorry but I dont believe I have tonfcsstd the reporter reluctantly The senator seemed surprised Well aIr yott have something Jto live for Ill make it my special busi ness to personally conduct you through one Mardi Gras with n special understanding of course that you dont print anything In tho iuper Im a vestryman In my church but alnce misfortune has come upon our state 1 hue to be careful nalne3 searcticd his brain lie knew of no grave calamity that had hAP ttlUaslsllpplflatortubq Senator Langdon nodded Yes sir the great old state of Mis sissippi went prohibition at tho last election I dont know bpw IIt hen pened We havent found anybody in the state that says be voted fort Jt but the fact is a fact I assure you Mr Ilalnes that prohibition stops at my front door In Mississippi So Ive been living a quiet life down on my planta tion This new life will bo a great change for you then suggested the reporter Changel Its revolutionary flfl When youve expected to scu4your old days peacefully In ha cofcnlryj Mr haines suddenly to find that your state has called on you A flavor of sarcasm came Into nalnes reply The office seeking the man7 Tie could not help the slight sneer Was a man never to admit that ito bad sought the office 7 nalnes kneionl1 too well of the arduous york neces IAr1tos Qre JlQqlp t1Qhtt r ihofed- ee in conventions and to win an elec tion to tho senate from a state legis lature In almost every case he knew the candidate must make a dozen dif ferent deals tu secure votes might promise the sanie office to two lor three different readers force others Into line by threats send a trusted agent to an other with a roll of bank blls the re ctplcnt ot which would immediately conclude that this candidate was the BiniItbenames seen men vho had sold their unsuspecting delegates for cashto the corlJentlollhall uyerOchime a crime agaiustciiitzauon If the chosen representatives of our grand old state of Old not go on record in faVor of such a man such a true citizen such an Inspired patriot as he whose name I am about to men tion So the reporter may be forgiv en for the Ironicall tinge in his hasty Interruption of the new senators remarks Langdba could not suppress a chuckle attha doubting note In flameS at tItudLtbinktbe man would be pretty Dr ling Brooks DeMtist- Ttucbeart Buildle Y ur 6tal next tdQatt9l church GifiHksr11IiLmisIQpit M ptm H1a Mit4lL Jj t Mirarfek1repfflce pjt UpfiHtU senator Mr Halnes iIIdiLr he could get It When I was a young man sir politics In the lb Ulwai ft career for a gentleman and I still cant see bow be could be better engaged Jkaa In the service othl4lt4teorbScouatrf Thav4 rlgM agree the reporter fnrtherimpressed by the frank slnceH ty iut 1h e Iiaieaij0 j The only condition in my mind Mr Halnes Is that the man should ask himself searchingly wetber or not bos competent to give the service But 1 seem to be talkinga rood deal Suppose we get to the Interview Expect your time is short Wed better begin I thought we were In the Inter viow 77 mjlcd the correspondent In ltlr exclaimed Langdon Well If this Is ItIt Isnt so bad t see you use a painless method When I was down In Vicksburg a reporter backed me up In a corner slipped his band In his hip pocket and pulled out a IIsSot questions just three feet four Inches long t Ho wanted tb know what I bought concerning the tariff on Qlumlolum hy drntes nnd how I stood about the open lug Of the Tcnto Pu reservation of the Comanche Jndl ns and vfbat were my Ideas about tho differential rate of hauls from the Missouri river iUIe wla wonder that fellqw1 Kinder out of tplace on Ja Mississippi paper I started to offer him a Job but be was so proud 1 Was afraid he wouldnt accept It ripwcver it gives you lIlt lIdea of p reporter 4 Uf youve been ngafnst tbat I ppgtat to thank you for talking to me laugh ed Unities i Then you dont want fto know anything about that sort of stuar said Langdon With a hugh sIkh of relief No senator was the amused fply I think generally iri knpw what sort of a manta man Is 1 can tell a great deal nbofit what ho will think on various questions Lan coD started Interestedly- You mean Mr natncs If you know whether Im hbbestor not you c ntTh My ftqrifb ore iziiivour wdrtt J me up with a apt of views Is that the Idea 7 Socuis to me youre the sort of man Im looking for The other smilingly shook his bead I wouldnt dare fix up a United States soaatnr with h setof vlewsVne laid I only mean that 1 thmk vhat a man la Is Important Ive been do lag Washington for a number of years Ive had an exceptional opportunity to Bee bow politics work I dont pee Here Invpatty politics I dont believe In parties but I do believe In wen Langdon nodded approtlngly then n twinkle shone in his eyes i We dont believe In parties in Mis slsslppl he drawled Were only ope the Democratic party and a fpw kickers Tinkles grinned broadly at thla flo scrlptlon of southern politics What was this you were saying about national politics continued the Mississippian Im a beginner you know and Pm always ready to earpN This Is a new thlngr reporter teaching a senator politics laughed Tames Senator Langdon Joined in the merri ment I reckq reporters could teach Unit cd States senatpra lots of things Mr Haloes IIf the senators hod sense enough to go to school Now 1 come prln1clplothe gulf sow how are we gog to put that tbfougb 1 My state wants It Youre probably sure It wilt be a wonderful thing for the country and the south suggested Hslnes Of course Butwby do you think mOtot the congressmen add senators will vOte font c The southerner took otrh1s talTteaai cd beck and gazed across the lobby thoughtfully Seems to mo the benefit to the south and country would be sufficient reason Mr Halnes be finally replied U The newspaper mans brain worked rapidly Going over the entire con venation with Langdon and what he had seen of him be was certajI that the Mlssleslpplan believed what saldthat moreover tile belief was deeply rooted His long new p wr training hAd educated HaVnea In tIMI wljiysormen their actions and HKmfcf I processes what naturally to expect from given set oft cirCunlteec se 1ttlt I Ia rfetd aa Attoljtet Wi lb- L11Rs ALLOWED- t II Tll OLilMftTs llc dlHg Final Disposition et Treasurership Middle Dorian and Walton OIvo Indemnify tag IJonds andyCity Will Bo Reimbursed I COUNCILS fio ln UOUTiNr All the members otthe cOuncil werei present at last nights meeflng and there was little new business to come before the boardl n allow3rT the pay roll as recgrnmende4 by h9 joint finance committee a salary gtJ I24C40 was allowed Mr John J Dorian and a salary of UOO allowed Mr Qeorge W Walters The calories allow4ldIr P6rlan and Mr Walters are for the period that both men were serving as city treasurer and both these men Indemnified the city fthat If they were not entitled to the salary It would be rejjjndecj the city Councilman Lally read the rem mendation of the joint finance com mittee of salaries and expenses of the city to bo allowed amounting to IlLCOSjCO and moved that the ac count bo allowed The motion was seconded Mr Bower amended be motion of Mr Lally to withheldl the salaries of tooth city treasurers tilli tlie court of appeals doddeft whch man wok to receIve the ealry Coun cilman buvall seconded the motion The amended motion was voted on- aUd1stbyI a vote of 7 to G The vote Was yeas Bowers Duvah iJiVeV Wanner and Young Nays Foreman Hanrtln Kreutzer tally VanWeter Wltsott and MfcCart Dr W S Ba S was aIl wed a salary of 14330 ns city physician The ac counts were then allowed on a vote lit Itea9 and 1 nay Councilman Wanner voted nay Ed Hubbard requested that ho be allowed C5 a month as license In- sPector and that he be appointed com mlttee clerk No action was taken on the request The report of former Treasurer i John J Dorian and the report ofr Treasurer Qeorge Walters were r3 celved arid filed The reports of Chief ot Police Jamea CplHns was recelVed and filed and Milk ani Meat In spector Ed Farley was received andl ordered published TlVe Paducahchaptcr Daughters of the American Revolution Inrormed- the t board that the monument whichl they hid donated to the city was about completedand lhajt thQ councilI appoint the proper party to look after the foundation anjl et It In shape and take care of the monument whinIr it arrived The request was granted Several motions of the aldermenI were concurred In by the lower board In referring business to tho ordinance committee Alderman Potters mo tion that the traction company run Union station cars to First Street and Broadway Alderman Oenlschlaegers I j motion that ibroom peddlers get 11 cens for peddling brooms on the atreqts TI iffPm It111qt thenipr J men Instructing the public Improve ment committed to receive bids for a vault In the clerks office and for a vault In the city engineers office was I concurred In 0n report of Fjrcchlef James i Wood and Elcclr cal inspector W J lcfher n the mayor was instructed I to cqndenin the building at 317 Broadyny as the electrical wok which once braced it has been taken dpwnani the buldfng ncxtto it 13 rpadYay asth elcctr1a sign Ing the tront wall otv317 Broadway In an unsafe condition The contract of the Eureka Fire lthis unassuming old man peforo him who ltd not kupw and probably would be slow to undirstand the hypocrisy thev cunning rickery of lawmakers Who unmake laws penatoiJlInihesl j l politics verY long hue ypul queried dryly A wry amlle wrinkled the MIssissip- pian t face tBeen aomo unpleasant things I didnt know be tore Ho remembered Martin San ders WIn you allow nit to tell Jon a few morel asked Ilalnos- Lnngdon Inclined his beilJ ac quiescence Reckon Id better know the worst and get through with It Well then senator somebody rqni Nebraska win vote for what you want in the way of tho palteel because hell think then youll help him iSas mand money to idrndge jiBft nod r creek that ha has aa 1 interestt i la Somebody In PeiBsylvanM will vow for It becau ehe0w e8a grudgd azsw sblppecauseILil for the west coast they might fght ItItooth and nalVeviittwith thq Japanese bfleetHind the efubllcana my ote forc It because they see a chance to claim or glory and perhaps break the solid south in tho next presidential cam apaignWhat exclaimed the astounded Langdon t Well who In hades will YCte for it ifeecanee Its forth good of the United l4ateabe gaip tiP4t believe you will tJe1alorrtple4 Halnea with ready conOdence t tVtn IM eMitmi 4 k IMM IV 00 fltt NextMn day March 15tfWe begin OurUCUT PRicEMUSIC SALE i Yon know what this means The earlybnyera get the choicest pieces We will also start our CLEANUP SALE Maybe you never saw one in a Book Store From one end of our store to the other you will find usable goods at about half prico t D E wILsON313 eawa7If v 1I1IF 1 h I 1 wRnierort 9KbETp II n BARBE NERVE TONiC Ifyoar Nerves are all unstrung weak from verwork worry or mental strain bad nervous habltsdebillatinc isehargcs Dyipepsin or Kidney Trouble you certainly need BARBEN tohildI Ills without exception the greatest borne itsklfree write liAR BEN UBORATOflY COCw lMS 1hIe oEthoseOn motion of Coubcllman HannI was re improvementlSir Frank nMar requested tile paldrortt i wrote any InmiranceJti this cloI anc that he wOul1d Jijce to be refunded lH Oounclliiian YoiJImoved tlal the montf be J ituriaea riaTtho mS tlon was seconded Ona question 01 Mr VanMeter the city eollcljor informed the board loft a refund olI license could not be granted TM vote gn Mr Young motlop was C yeas and C nays Yeas Foreman HannJn Kreutwrl VahMe er Wilson and Young Nays Bowers Duvall Lally Alayer McCarty arid Wanner Mr Duvftjl tfieg moved that a war rant be drawn on the dty treasurer rot tBQtand hcslvcntp Jlr May Mr van re1er seconded the motion The votow io yeas and 2 nnyp Members Bower and McCarty voted nayA deed to a Jot in Oal GroveI qemetery was grgpfeil jirs Nanyr Belie Walker Transfers of lots InI Oak Grove were granted Mrs Jane Tyter Bornemann from Mrs Eliza beth QrmeiJhrs K C Rose to transfer part jof tier tot On rnotfbntpf Councilman rianhln I e SOOThING OIL IctlUKS Tllp gJCIN Tender Skins of Children Soothed bj a Mld Lbmld Coi I ound Have you ever tried a f jw drppa oft an oil of wlntergreen compound toy skin trouble It seems tb beY about lhe o11g ca srIu JC ma salt rheum tetter ringworm and kindred dUeases The liquid Is so mild that It ta ulcd with wonderful spothlhg effect on the tender skin of jnfauts To prove snicaclquB the otl of wlu tergreen iist bO mixed with thymol and gljrceriDpauj In the Rrescrlptlq of Dr D D Dqnnls the 11ncnt1klns- peciAlist Tho cbmpound Is known as D D D Prescription Used with D D D Soap It appears to be infalll ble A J Brandf Il28 Jollet St Nov Orleans Ldi9Tits About five years ago when my daughter wlblt abpttt ine months plltl he had eczema v7 allil ertreek was one solid mass bt sores and we tried everything I pppslblo tq relieve her but td no purpose The doctor e call daajdlthHtth1 could cure hw but thl1tlIt would take at least two years to do so and on account of her age we surely thought that her pain would kill her We began using D P PrescrIption and after using two ottles she was AS welt and happy a as ypucanfiee and with nfmark scar on her skin My youngest daughter now two years old started the same way with sore neck about six months ago We did not lose any Ump In applying D applirotlon3rill 1rOPIiau t our store and we will ell you more bout curing eczema with D D p Prescription It W Walker Cq Pnuggltz Ths klhd 75fabni MarlborougHBroadway Most Centrally Located Hotelon Broadvtay Only ten min tes walk tb2S leading thialrcs Cbmplcicly evrydepartmenttpccti Tdephbite hi each rdom Four Beautiful Dining Room with Capacity of 1200 T The Famous German Restaurant Broadways chief attraction for ape- cial Food Dishes and Popular Miuic Enpesa rita COO Eoonj 290 Salii PaaBsonr4PiIIIf COMPANY1E I refreshingaleep renceI cQmlanyMr rilD ahlowfeedfor cemetery work I On motion of Councilman flower the ordinance committee was Instruct ed to bring In an ordinance pr vld illerItr 0ithd 6lementst stNiets and Farley Place I r I NOTICE f I r X urJQDUrequeltaIL persons IIn t beforet ontduorr me ow your account Is to each of you a mall matter while the whole dealII It you dont pay you may Jknow thct you will be sued whatever your name or color may b I hatetqt dothls but I am forced to tthemonerMarchi909your account thereby paying the IIn terest myself Is this not as fair as any sane man can askII Pit 8 Z hOLLAND i s arahamvlhe iKy r r I IWINSTONII I PhonesII 113I1 to 8 p tpj jrFce 293 IIANTED u UU Bookkeeper Stenographers Telegraphers WJK BANKERS In the 17 2itea Iwhich Jan 1 Drauthnoi 31 CoUe c rM Indorse theM B 1 ColIth flrA AIithhfVfl1Twant EVIDENCCand want iWRIJE to th J rIi cIMakorRtAeaUlo ue Lesions lTrT ILU rffetertrd Drauihoni Practical Bulneu clftset I Incorporated Paducah 314 Brbad way CUT I FLOWERS I We have the nicest line ofcut flowers in the city Roses carnations calk filliespBlooming Plants Azaleas Calla Lillies Nr cissii1 Hyancinths Just rece eq1chole line Pedestals Jardinieres and Fern Dish- esSCBMADS BROTHERS ktkritn J k g0 r rAaz aaT THE JPADUCAH VENINGJ r I NTgaeunxN MARCH t IL I5 oJku fl f j i oc TWO u IA 1 REATPREMIUMS 0 ForAll Subscribers to The SunI t I v I Y b lNoj Increase in Your Subscription and Premiums Every Month 0 1 f I q Fifty Cents Worth of STUTZCAfD1SJ 101lt t Ie T r Free Every Month ForSix Months irccg 4n il ttllti n a J t t sr tits t OUNDS almost too good to be true doesnt it But that is precisely what we are doing And when you read how we do it below its safe to say you will bet delighted if there is anyone at your house who has an unsatisfied sve t- toothand perhaps you yourself have v You see its this way We were casting ab utfordf premiumi to giiie- Qur subscribers which Would be different from the usual offerings We wanted something of which the subscriber as wellas ourselves knew the absolute value something which even the dalnrest woman would appreciate and somcthing to give you each month Thats how we happened to make this contract with STUTZS COLUMBIAthe place which makes and sells the pure delicious candies the refreshing drinks and choice tropical fruits t I III S Mr Stutz you know has an ambition to make the finest candies it is possible to make and those who have tried them and are competent to judge say that he sells the daintiest most toothsome morsels of sweetnessat- 25c 40c and sOc a pound whichthey have ever lasted Mr Stutzvsayd theiri lingering richness is due tQthe great care given to thesselection and blending of absolutely pure ingredients in his model kitchens but we believe there must be something else added to make these goodies so delightful At any rate we know the taste is there and so will you r This Is What W jQive YoUJ 1 We have accomplished the happy combination replenishing a hJort14 weeks for twentyfour weeks your supply of a dainty which we know will sadly need replenishing and at the same time boosting one of our foremost home industries l KiYEach 40c we give you TJVO COUPONS EACH GOOD FOR TWENTYFIVE t CENTS ton the purchase price of 50c worth of any of S rUTZSSb40c or t paidtmore for the paper than the regular price of lOc a week ItmakesNO DIF FERENCE WHETHER YOU ARE AN OLDOR NEW SUBSCRIBER t You merely agree to take THE SUN the best paper published in West ern Kentucky for twentyfour weeks That all You pay only the regular price of lOc a week for twentyfour weeks Whenever you finish paying 40c you get the two 25c coupons attached to your receipt Each one of these coupons when accompanied by 25c cash buys 50c WORTH OF ttTHAT DELICIOUS STUTZ CANDY of either the 25c 40c or 50c gradtor Now thats clear If you like it jususign yoWsflame and address on the 1 M corner coupon andmail it in to us or call eieheinphone 358 aipd represent rhative will call and more fully explain all tile particulars to you tx i at i- It 11 to 25c In Laundry at th- ervMS cw LaundryJp I r ps IS u jpree Every MonthorSlxMonthsaI 1t i tt rriii rtnH u I r 01 w I ql rUle tnv y 1 ne TO J w IrIghtI Inot care for the candy and we had to hunt around and find something equally good to give them for we were determined cityWeWe Give You 25c Worth of Laundry Work at The New City1 Laundry Each Four Weeks For TwentyFour tI Weeks Just that You pay the regular price oflOca week for twentyfour weeks no more Pay it by the week by the four Weeks or in advance and when you have paid the full 40c we give you a receipt to which is attached coupon which is good for 25q in payment fbr not leis than 1QO worth of laundry work which shall have been sent to that laundry and payment made therefor during the tour weeks covered by your receipt and coupon Thus you get THE SUN for 15c a month The New City Laundry J yW know is a comparatively young business with brandnew he s cometogoes without saying that we recommend their work most highly else we should never have made this contract with them for THE SUN seeks the stamp of recognized quality on everything which it puts out This Contract Explains Row We Give You Free Laundry Work ifIi I know yourss name address and mail it to us andur sohcjtor will callupon you or Ifyou prefer call eIther phone 358 saying you are Interested Remember These Two Offers are Open to All Subscribers Whether Old or New and Cost You NolhinrBut the Usual lie a Week T x I tv t r f T V KIIJi l ii i- ENE i PAJJUCAH EVENING SUN Paducah Ky v 1 V J am interested in your premium offer and should like fwffiiVe ai u t i solicitor call to more fully explain it to met ij 4 Signed 1 10 or ri JSt1Jn t1 t r LI r 1rJ 1 Address IfA I lhy- frr 4- w y r 3 2l 2 VL i- l ReAL+ 1rc w I BRADLEY BROS P4P4I Sole Agent Both Phones 339 I c t