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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 et buea y attning 1 i N y t VOL XXVNO 113 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 12 1909 TEN GENTS PER WEEK J I Sun and Other Papers Start Big Contesti 1t I IBISHOP GALLOWAY DIES AT JACKSON FROM PNEUMONIA l + Foreign Miiisfcr of Metho dist Church Seufh is No Mere Great Educational Leader and Reformer o YOIySGFsT lusiior 1rFcrrm Jackson MlM May 12RlahoP Charles II Onllawjay hUfcop of the Mothodlst JttljOOUt currh South acid oho of tljylHWiJt dlPtlngutahed churchmen lIatbq UnMM Statesl died r nt 5 oclock tills lcinllncIi lUnliop II Charleii H tU flaltowoy ono fif tine general mipcrlnleniients of the lletholkt Episcopal diurcli south wn born In tftoscluxko DIisa frptem I bijr 1 1810 After attending the corn n oq qcbool ho graduated with dl i tlnctlon Iron the University of Dtis G ttIIlfJppllr Will then scarcely 18 I yPara of see and niidhnd oven before f this lIxcun preparation for entrance into the Christian rouilstry which hlglr office ho boa long adorned with nn almost unexampled devotion of III service and oloquenro or rooMaeo I lit 1MCX soon nftor hla graduation hI onpr si tlie Mlnlstlppl1 confMwic I in wlikh amilatlon he remained nn I III elevated to the higher office of tho J rplCOple ta a member of tbo Mississippi ton ference Bishop CalloWay served n number of appointments Including I I Port Olbedn Ynzoo City Jackson andII Vlck Jrg While pastor at the last tI t namVd plate he was exposed In I BJS to the great rpldemlc of yellow foyer I whUh In tiutyenr the entire Mlwlnlpp valley He was himself T stricken after week of tblgatMn amoct the sick and dying but he ral jllrd miraculously to jive thirty won drjfjtl and active yearn In ISS2 ho wwrolwlodI editor of iho Now Orlcan SiristUn AAvocato then n paper of wide and Influential circulation For four years he Gal on tile trlpftd and during these yearn tats fame extended to every part of iho church When the general confer nee of 1880 cnme on he was elected liWiop b a remarkable vote being- but thJrUfcevcn years of ago the yycungoirt man err elected to that of Ann In tbo southern churdi Was Forrlga MlnUlrr nUhop Gallowny fairly won tho dls Unction worn by Dr Coke the bUJiop 1 of the church that of belnt styled t thod1rSliroad than any other bl hOp of tho VIuirch and serr d in nit these capac lilt with such effeeUvenem and obit iiy as to make him nt tally ho heel known hut nlo the most Influential Iortonnlltj lu lnlvetrat Methodism In Canada In England In Ireland In the Orient repoatcdlr and In South America ho vMIod AR1clsly as the bhhop And bcfed oC Iho church and ewrywhero kit the impression of his great pcrtoiinllty and the memory of iiltr IncoJuimraUlo power as a preacher and vublc teacher tlII opened the great cciiracnlcnl In th6 City Hoad chspel I In London In 1001 with a sermon the power endntoquoncof which was echoed to ill Isjjds where Metho t ilUm bad adherents It In tUn n pul t rlIlt classic among the x eople called I yeaara Mon prctddcnt of the board of eau cation of tho Methodist Episcopal t church south and president also of the ward of trust of Vnndcrbllt tint versity and a trustee of the Slater fund He was the originator of Die plan for a great Methodist rollego 1 In Mlntarippt Ayhlch rpsullcd 11 what Jis pow the richly endowed MUbwps col trio at Jnckson stub of the bldiops time and great talents were given tto V Ithe promotion of tho cause of vduca ton The great dyne and reform move eountrlety 1 1Ion and ado lcy Ho was pregldontt auoclnVhlbltlon aws now In operation In Mis1 t elwlppl Is largely tho result of his1 wlso advice t i- tDhtinguishryllutltor I As an author Ulibop Ga own achieved no little distinction thoughI I It woe os the preacher and orator thatt he excelled As a writer on variedI and timely subjects ho commanded n wide reading and his worka always caret Uy weighed One of his latest magazine articles war Jefferson DnvtsA Judicial Ell- ii rtlmatc which attracted continent wide attention because of Jts pima defense of the chieftain of the ConT fencracy and the unqua ned encoml 1itmzsrasaed upon his me nory Ulatibp Oawowsy wDlarrled r IIn 0 S 110IlT1 HUNTKIl Natrohl ttny J3T a gl raflffnfttk l anl atilta buffalo were kilted end two Impanl HIM captiiml M the latest ad e IIUetM te Koo evcll limiting tmtddevc urcordlnK to mijisngon from Muckakon today Trill gl J ralrtl Wcro shot late yr Jonlny Que giraffe was iJhot nt a disc nnco of iI100 fref while it Avnft S Kulloplng ut lull iiMHil The hot U ilixlarcd the lIxwt HOOMJ a rest has nude I Mother Critically III Mrs Wade Brown received a tele gram this afternoon that her moth er Mrs A Thompson was critically MrsIU1lJP101lerilweeks nervous prostration li at Infant Ih s Tho lCmonthHolil son Qt Mr and t Mrs John Hayburn of 412 Kentucky avenue riled yesterday afternoon after ft brief illness of congestion Tho funeral will be hold this after noon at oclock and the harlot at Oak Grove cetoeterj ninmi Suiodlcy In Jail I Hiram Sraedley former county court clflrkls still In tho county Sail Effort to make hit bond of 3 100 have not boon dropped although It Js considered doubtful when he will IMI rnloniied as some of hilt relatives be lIovl It Is heal for him to remain In Jail I Loft for yeti 3 Deputy Sheriff Gus Rogers left tow day at noon for Frankfort with live negro women who were convl ted at tho April term of circuit court The women will serve from one to five i Iran In tho Frankfort penitentiary I The male prisoners wore taken tail Saturday The women nye Luis t Reid murder flveyarf Mluplp Jay lor malicious Miootlng two years t lula Helm Mattfo nolle Tucker and Kpirnn Martin robldrycare roar tI1cbIIADUCAII MACIIINi MAK1CS A JIlT AT 1iliraHKMIIIA A telegram received today from MOUnt UobQrt Phillips nnd Finis I tck states that the patent hosiery mill machinery Invented by Pnducab man and to be manufactured by them has rout with great success at I tho convention of textile manufncs Hirers nt Philadelphia this week J They are attending the convention DRAIN QUESTIONI BEFORE COUNCIL AND MAGISTRATES Ln City Engineer Washington will take levels and nuke an estimate of tho cost of draining tho northwest ern section of the city Into Perkins creek through n route selected by tho sanitation committee of the gen oral council nnd County Judgo Llglltt foot yesterday and then the general council and fiscal court will consider tho feasibility nt constructing tho drain Tho party which Inspected the route yesterday In automobile con sisted of Mayor Smith County Judge Llghtfoot City Engineer Washing ton Alderman Stewart and Council men Wilson and Wanner nail Mr Llndsey Tho territory that requires drain ing embraces Oak Grove cemetery nnd tho regions lying beyond IL A great deal of valuable land would be redeemed and n cause of sickness removed by the project A natural depression about n quar WIIaIlocated as tho heat route U extends directly Into Perkins creek All tho gentlemen appreciated the necessity of tie work when they viewed tho laud and It was decided that Air Washington should prepare estl mates so Jbat the city and county would know what they were doing 18C9 to Miss Hattlo E Willis Of Vlcksourg Mlw Three daughters nnd two sane blessed their wedded life of whom nil survive except they eldest son- 1Bishop Galloway was In attendance upon the meeting of tho board of blfchops at Nashville last week and took some part In tho work of the session but It was seen by all that his end was ntgh On Thursday after dining with two of his lifelong friends ho suKerrtl a collapse and had to bo helped to its room He lc- g N shvllhr on Thursday night 1n th caro of a travollrs companion and Ihe noire of his fatal Illness while a great riiock tfo his ferds and the church public jaB not unexpected I LINEMAN HBFLIN MEETS DBATHON- TELEPHONB POLE Failed to Fasten Belt and When He Leaned Back He Fell to Ground Paducah Boy Killed at Deck erd Tenn itKsimcn ov MAYFIELD IIOAD Deckerd Tonn Map 12 Special PoletVllllamducah Kyf was Instantly killed this morning Heflln was working tar Iho Fact Tenncwib Telephone company Deckerd which la about 80 miles south 6f NajvhVllle Heflln fell from Iho poly and It Is thought that kls was tirbken aA lie watt dead when companion who were standing nnljr a low feet away SDached hint llcnln climbed a preached Oilc ind rhen be tho top placed bps bolt around IhOpolb andlhOHght that ho snapped 11 on thd ring to the bolt Instead ho imappodit on a tool which hv had placed In hi+ belt Hari when ho leanecl back the belt gave ways and he tell backward to tho ground Heflln was1 SO yoarsold and resided on the Mayflcld road near Champs bridge which Is About flvo mile tram Paducah Ills parents Mr and Mrs Irvin Hcflln are living Ileflln was a young morn and was known in tho county Ho worked for tho telephone company roc several months ills bodj will reach Paducah early t nor row morning sad tho burial probably will take place tomorrow afternoon In the county Ho IIs survived bjr adages Johnny and Leddte Heflln and three broth era Glrvoj HaymoM and Prod Hof+ tin Tlio funeral kill take place tow morrow morning tit LI b clock Tho hurlafwllLbofril the Harp r cjmoterr hoax starlet Loflm er Candidate Springfield 111 May 12Con1 grcsnraan Lorlmcr Is a candidate for senator Governor Dencen still clings to Hopkins Another effort will bo tirade to electtShurtleff In casqLorll mer fnlla Hains Apathetic New York May 12Tlto conviction of manslaughter In tho first degree hasnt altered tho apathetic attitude of Captain llamas lie spent a quiet night Ho expressed no concern today as to the verdict Counsel rot the defense Is preparing a mow tlon for a new tria- lrrohis Lose Jefferson plD1 Mo Mar i27Thq senate todayreueed to recede from Us position won the amendments to the prohibition amendment A conference comTnlUee will be named but It Is believed tho prohibition movement this 8ewl6n lIs killed Mr Donovan yHenored Mr John T ppnpyan hail been reelected state deputy of tho Knights of Columbus nt Owenaboro where the annual meeting was held Tho eke lion of Mr Donovan was qulto nn honor as thfS is his second term nnd there were a number of possible can dates for thcl Ihest place In tho state of tho lodge Paducah was rep resented at the meeting 0y Mr Dono van Fred Flanlgan CUlttCOI John J Dorian T11T1T111dR FAIRetitle and warmer tonight Timrs day partly ritually and cooler 4Tfiur day night Highest lcniM itilitrc yes terday 87j lowest today 53 a J JOY Tu1tNDClTlt CfllmnTm Ohio far 12 1illo rushing across the rail road tracks ht the iVnasylvanta station to greet her sea Jtnlpli Just aroleii from the Indiana penitentiary wean lie was sere hug n life term for mnnhr CMrs Emma Drake 70 years old vyns o rim down nrui killed IWTJ She didnt MO ifio train nppwwclilng on another track Tim WB was overcome liT Iho accident it 1 JtunrralThe Roar den who drowned ott the steamer Concrete Sunday atternben Muy 2 and who was found floating in tho C4itrt1Mlan l river last Sanday morn Inp and bWuKlit to this city Sunday night will bo taken to Mawnectown this evening on the steamer Jbo low ler Tho funeral and burial will bo held tomorrow afternoon STRIKE AT PARIS TIESS SAIL JINES AND TELEGRAPH Paris May 12JlairR today IA feeling tho grip of the postmans and telegraphers strike declared last night By night the strike lead ers say they will have effected a complete cessation of mall and tele graph service with tho exception of tho governments wireless between England and Franco The goVerri ment today Is investigating a report that English postal employes pro mised French postmen flnaaclal aid In tbo strike If the report Is true tho government will make aproleflt to England Thq strike situation took a decided turn fort orso this afternoon and troops surrounding the postolTIco building were reinforced by cavalry nnd police rcsejVcs under Xhtfstrlct eat orders to quell any oiitlifealfc IC Is feared there will be a serious put break tonight Many foreigners left today for Brussels nnd other oWes to escape dangers hollered to bo In evitableAn of the postmenta and telegraphers strike the govern ment announced this afternoon H would probably stop the railway mail soVvlco unit rely on automobile nary Iice Hundreds or big automobiles will be run with soldiers as chauf feurs Wireless communication between tho station on the Eiffel Tow er and war vessels In tho various harbors or coast towns has been suc cessfully maintained nil day though thfi strikers say they have a way of Interrupting wireless messages Funeral of Albert 1rflTcri Tho funeral of Albert Ffyffer was held this afternoon at 2 oclock al the St Francis do Sales church The burial was In the Mt Carmel ceme tery PfyfTor died at Riverside lips pital last Saturday night Howas n native of Switzerland Theodore PfyKer and Albert Schrll nephews of Chicago are In the cltr and attended tho funeral this afternoon NEW FERRYBOAT WILL BE BOUGHT BY NEW OWNERS Charles L Robertson and Captain J 33 Rplllns have purchased tho ferryboat Bcttle Owen including the franchise and rights of the company from the Owen brothers The ferry has been operated bjr the Messrs Owen about 65 years The new own ers took charge of the boat this attar noon and announce that they will IBJJ prove the service ant within the next six months expect to build jfcjjiww ferryboat of modern design Theirs boat will bo 160 feet long by8ifjeti wide and will be one of Ite bestfonj the Ohio river The service wllliW Improved also as the new owners cftemplate running the heat to lilvleg ttbns point so that the tarntefLi- vingston countywill bo b4tS reach Paducah with their products easily With the new boat Quicker time will to made and the residents- aIOngthq Olio river between Brook Wflho1 Chicago Market Clie e May JJlgh Lour 1 7114 6 hcat126u 17 8Oatilto- 1IJ1rd 1Jjcl 1015 WBO tubs 1o oj 1n 10u Lo+r Clow- 1rev July IRgh 1820 110 t180t J SCHOOL BOARD OF COUNTY MEETS TO TALK BUILDINGS Construction of High School Will be Left Till Last Thing Judge Lightfoot Advocates Concrete Blocks OTIIEIl of COUXTIKS ECONOMIZE Thorough examination of the bnn eAts of tho construction of concrete blocks will bo made by the county school board before a contract Is placed for tho erection of tho coun ty High school at Heath The board thorolOUgbY other buRlncfis before The question of material for the High school will be reached late this afternoon or to morrow mornln I This morning County Judge R T jUghtfoot appeared before the board sad made n short talk on tho ad vantage of building tho county Ugh I school of concrete Judgo Lightfoot estimates that by tho county build ing the school building about U600II can bo saved Gravel and sand aro Within cosy reach of Heath and the residents have ngrced to do nil the hauling free of charge so that somo of tho Incidental expenses of the erecting tho school are eliminated I At a rough estimate Judge Light foot says that tho school can boI erected for 13600 allowing 2690 I for the concrete work Judge Light foot who In addition to his official capacity as county judge Is interest + cd In tho manufacture of concrete blocks said to the school board that ho would bo pleased to give to the board his experience In erecting the school Bert Johnson former County road supervisor wan present at tho meeting and ho estimated Continued bn Page Four j VAULT IN OFFICE AT OOUNTYOOURT- NOTYBRY SECURE Fearing that tho vault in the coun IIJT Judges office et the county court house will not DO safe to deposit money over night Sheriff John W Ogllvlo will try and have tho order to remove his office to tho court house rescinded The order was passed at tho last cession of fiscal court and was done as a step of economy as there Is a siilto of rooms vacant at the court house At present tho county pays the rent ot the sheriffs office apt the members of tho court wereseeklflg toavold this extra ex pense by removing the office to the court house uatll eJezt January The paceshave been vacant since County Judge Lfghtfoqt left tho court house and probably will remain so until January wheH the new county judge wilt tale office County Attorney Albert Markleywno has the Democratic nomination for county judge bap said that he will uso the office It ltdis elected Sheriff Ogllvlo considers Jfc a bad move to change the office for such a short time la speaking of tbo order Sheriff Ogllvle said The vault in the office is constructed ot brick without a steel lining and It would bo easy for a Ihlef to break Into it Sometimes during the rush of collecting taxes I hate several thousand dollars that have been collected after banking hours stored la my vault for the qlght At present tbo office is located In the business district has full police protection and la located next to n tolephono exchange and any possibleI tampering with tho vault would bo heard by the telephono operators and the alarm could bo glen Resides being of weak coristruc tlen the office at the court house is located remote from residences and aurgtar could work on the vault without anji danger of being discov creel unless ho wrecked tho vault mightniuMlobefore the general alarm could bo given I havo talked with the county officials and omo of tho members ot tho flscal court and believe that the order will be rescinded and the office will bo left where 1118 wn aaamcnai dlsadvanthggwould bo that tho county wouldifc atjan expcniro l10 tIt up the olfce anAnext Month tcollection of County add state taxes bcgn We wm W too busy to mock end to change the office would apse Inconvenience toa largo iiumbor of tax players who have rmned where the sheriffs office li JW Three Months Dash For 3 j Ii I BuzzBuggies and Cash Makes Short Hot ClasH rIjfjne Newspapers Will Distribute More Than Sixty Prizes Among the Pop ular People of West Kentucky CONTEST STARTS TODAY AND WILL CLOSE TWELVE v WEEKS HENCE AUGUST 4T f VvTen Districts With a Lot of Prizes for Each Read the Details of the Game Below IIt Is with feelings of tho deepest gratification that the Evening Sun today annbtincea the Inauguration of votingcontestLeverI rand perhaps within tho boundaries of otberIlJIaporshavo been offering premiums and tnIlaw81Ipoo of increasing circulation The Sun has been content and has con sljtcntly stuck to the pollcyt of giving POSSlblojIvauo doIngbigthing that would In a measure com permute Its friends and readers for their loyal support The Evening Sun la going o glee away within the next twelve woks over UOPQofth of valuable dealr tElrtllodozen counties of this stictfoft of the state Sounds big doesnt it nut that is exactly what this paper Js going to do And this la all because the Sun Is determined to increase its present circulation which Is already larger than that of any other Ken tucky newspaper published west of Louisville Over 1000 worthy of prizes will bo given away Jm McCracken county alone These prizes of course are Rcallytheroaro distributed with co much profu sion and lavishness Umt It is rather hard to Judge just where to begin to describe them But at anyi rate hero Is what The Sun has done It has divided somo west Kentucky counties Into districts For instance there is Ballsrd Car Ilile iHIekman Fulton Graves Mar ihall Llvlngslon Calloway and Cald well countlesr Carlisle and HIckraan counties Constitute ono district but all the other counties are separate 1 1 thcmselelfjInfo and theji must go there Five Prizes Absolutely Must fio Into rfMcCracken fate two districts and these two catty i m UOOOerlh of prizes District No T Is composed of all that toot toW north of Broadway bo1IRg at the Ohio river extending to the ntandvlllc road lon the Btandvllle roadto the county line DIstrfct No 2 Is composed of all tfct terl tory south of that lino and Vkaln McCrackcn countyisb h eoinpriMagtheelated with the live aggressive up PRrposeotInctvasing papers as well as this one At the end of this glgantlo subscription con preying peoplo In west KeHtucIiyv prrzea valued at over SOWO wilt bo awardedFor details ot this great contest read the rules and regulations printed below A perusal of thle matiter will tell you how to win one atii bYIlowspnper 7Rules of tin Contest For the purpose of determJ Iflg4 I who are tho most popular personiTJn West Kentucky the following news papers are associated in the conduct 1 t apdA i Contest the territory being 4IvJtW Into shirts has Indicated r DI loqio L McCrackealtehty north o Broadway and the SmA Vlllo Ronii District No bJ JcCrackea Ceuaty south of Blroadway and the Btesdr vlile Rodtt n J District No3 DallartYcohayA I Ballard Yeeraadvand The 8U 1J rMv Dllltrlct 4tman cduntler = r uglon Cearlerand The Sun v Juft W fDistrict No G feilton county= rt Fulton Leader and TBe Sun District No 6 QrWs coilnty i The Sun V District No- Llvlngatoa 7 Living on county Scho and ThSun District No8 Marshall unt- yTrlbuneDeMoevatd Tko SifivjL i District I oCalteway CouW Calloway Ttme ana Tho Sun fDistrict Noj 10 Caldwell couftt Caldwell County News and Th Sun i In each of the districts enumerated a separate and distinct list of prizes as described below In the paragraph n prizes wJU 1e awarded by tho wltbI k prlzCtlIDulI s jj- a unit a number ef splendid Grand Prizes have been provided for the tteeple who stove that they arc tho rest iopulurVjJet only in their dfs L trtet but in all tile district ttaken ttosethor 11 WHO ARIL ELIGIBLEAriyz white man or woman of good reptita residing In any of tho counties enum erated above Is eligible to enter in tkla contest continued OB Page Four e e e e NOMINATION BALLOT J xtDlt 9 i ioj ii 0 plstrlcu it 1- A rc81 ltf1 to r I f ThfY llt1 hots properly filled mtt gill count rot 100svOtr ptS i hr the Pad pair SUB ud Asovkrbo Newspapers Great control 1 Act lpoco tis toonominatioa ballots wlll be credited to a1can4t s t i c rk f tj aOiJe 1e 5 a r Yar erI r t a 41 r t 7 w+ TElcVOTES FOR o1S I S i i t oIr rT ri- ti rt t 1Addreee P1f v i s 1 l District v r rj h Yfr t t t i l + Subject to tho rules r The aducak Jvenlng Sun and AUOCIa e NowlIYIpers YoUng f lestypCrjtlaftert t ytay + 1 e Q c 1w xiticAw EyrjNU YN y I A Treattto Make the Family at11j RECIPE If Faust Spaghetti I with Chicken One thitta Wed Ud Voy tde keaU Ir aN boa M P4LaIf upof7Sflllt tender Better I Iwoquwt Mew Spa8IettiPL liSiboel WiIh VM KquM boW a MW1a 4per acl ery little buueiia kye oIoSpaeMlti ud to oo until ioh lied Poir a cup of cream over the hole aacI bake MthoWSerfI a pUttet IFFNbookWeef jpi SplfllfIfI ttttcn dtr Wre fet i PIlfGROnND J AbPED ht niIDEST TAFT IN IllS LKTTfilt 4I I Says That Idleness and Confinement Create had Habits Among Children PlttaburgB iy HTho foU w lug letter trom President Taft was a read at third annual congress of plaY ground association of America V 11 frp r It 44 VI greatly rgretlt1x cannot be wMhI OU A our thlrj hnunl eon greia at Pittsburgh from May 10th to 14th of thfe but I write tol exP my mp4 Jmre snipathy in the work which your association la d lat Iaaenythtng whjch j ffi contribute wmore to the strength and morality of that generation of boys and girls compelled to remain 4 part of urban populations In this c untuv than the tinstitution In their cities of playgrounds wtfere theljI hoBfs ef lelllurt cnn be occupied by VtIonal and healthful exercise The f advantage Is twofoldIin ttib first place Idleness tnd q snmtnt In a narrow space In the ltjr iBhtwsea hnd cellars MUd tin TMtttated dark roolns III certain toI wisest ifia irlng sWjut VrnTcfoffa j oecti tIAfc aMd create tad Vablts ck 1IIbg aioklAg fed oer tor lot t vice are Jirfeejoted In swha reo etrl t ltte of life In te s cGBd iplace an opportu nity for Sard earnest and joyousI velopsthI teaches lh moral lessons ot atten tloa ieiNrfwtraibt courage antatlent erirtlH r Vitlliikv eT city 1Is tinder the stroBgest obligation to Its people tO lIrRkI1 to Uia children from the time thej tKfgiH to walk until they reaeh awakood places wlthltv the city walk l Ie enough and laid out In flRJ9r t pay1pg p ah Give them it TFaiist How they enjoy it to repeat Tit it for there many dffj ferent frkys Faust more would A eco nomical couldnt be tomorrow This Would with other variety is only features of Jfaust Tastes so heartyallgrocers fivevrid MAULL St Louis sorts of to Iour Uiem boys rind and are by I sincerely hope that your itoflvtfntlon may bo d and lat tMwotkvtalch you have go on until no city In this countryIa suitable playgrounds forUie of those but for such city assistance In this would wTthout Sincerely H Halsey Esquire president Playground Assoclatlon pf Arneriea No 1 MadtBoB a fenue New n fii Kills tIer Foe of SO Years most merciless I liad tor 20 declares Mrs DUhcfth of Hajnesvllle MeI was Dyspepsia intensely eating t r g and scarcely After remedies had failed and several gave TOO up I tried XlectHbI me completely Now I tan eat anything I am 70 years u1i1and overjoyed logeL my and slrength tijck I For 1ud1s- ron Lost AP Ute KIdney non- blt Lame Back Complaints Only COc nt all drug tuk v III understand Is baseball fnnj ivu4s inl1sio think sor1 Mrs fold rite this morning she had hot for supper Detroit Free loSTRead ttietropoitim ncwspnpcr ofI1 your each day Itccord Examiner fif Louis1te pttbllt IostPfaj Tjoulsvlllo OouricrJounml 31oinplils IKal XcwsSclniflar Nashvllla Tea nesscan WttnEMr Local Qrculator 116 Fifth lie phono Special intWhite rtocls Itr ls 2 16 Mtiaroa I 0 I beautiful special price Qn I r ttperI yard f tQ llald and Cheek 1OatC inch Unene Suiting tekuH llarlCc it lints I peyrd 1tuC 3f jncb Shantung Lin 15litC Another shipment of the new ney Linen Suiting for which Vro are exclusive agents high grade cloth 15c1I8e8ef India Llnon 7 He hha 8 I8b tlBlItlbk for Per n vio 4 We ke M6wlng Nalnsodk Paris Muslins Persian and French Organdies and Price range the yard lOc isci ec 33c noc up to At Guthtie EconomiesPr- etty now cling hams In nil colorschelce assortment 5cper f surprise A dish of steaming Spaghetti I Theyll ask for more Theyll you the treat Willmakei for you are so of serving Spaghetti A adaptable food be hard to more food f- oundFUJSTBRAND SPAGHETTmeans easy cooking mealtime variety maximum handySpaghettii a complete dish next timeana so on be impossible any food but one of Spaghetti good too and always enjoyed V Sold by ih ten cent package Mo fl U games which arc known girls liked present success may without children who regard be thin yours WAI TAFT Luther Qullck York City 41 The enemy years James I suffered after drln1t1 could sleep many doctors Bitters cured am health agla Female lUtaUnequiJed Brown a 1iat 1 v itiDrown that quit getting meals Press REID a ChicagoTribune HcrjiW GtobcDcmocrat patch Tfmes OummercbtlAp AmericanJOHN S j310 pieces II pIeces fquality while jnu Cfoam White Klllar EO White yard French Lawks Mum Sheer India Llneaa Dress Apron will want easy find more the begun which i WALL10B PAR- KOIi5q AVM 11N ATTJU riVK THIS SKASOXv null9t1Ol n S1ik XyiUt X oR WtfrAft 1luSictlorfr Advertising is being exten sively put out for the Woljsco park opening which occurs nextwcoj anti festivities in connection ttfei jvrhlJi1 will last throughout the entire we4ik Oayetlos each night lltbe1nkt- 730Deaie band opening with concert nt that tniand will ton tinue uninterruptedly until 1030 or 11 oclopk Ahd after Monday therel will be band concerts ntL dther at tractions every afternoon 3 In an open letter to iPjW Weaver manager of the St LOuts Amusement company who Is furnishing tho at tractions for the opening week at the park Mr 3 11 Crlchlow mayor of Murfreeeboro Tennand 3tt AVent president of the city coujjislfnijd atitbhaVe t6ay the oh1ciiIn- All the attractions wore visited by our best people and they till say that this IB tho deadest and bet corn orMlrfreesoonTmend this cbmpany tto iifl ltydliir lug something to their line WeekEnd and Sunday Hates Over N C o St It Ity Fare and a third roundtrip each Saturday to points within 50 miles of Paducahj good until Monday One fare for the roundtrip on Sunday Ticket offices Union Sta tion Fifth and Norton and 430 Pro boo Publlco The Pad u cab Traction company will run tho Rowlandtowiv jars on a 15 minute schedule during Bransons cut rate- plhtsaJe oi tissues IOC White 1 French Foulards 8 c rkChoice of any of the Vino French showerproof and spotproof FouI QThursday Tomorrowfor Suit Savings T1IESK LKYD CHARM TO WOMANKIND Oat5trimmedsome suit In every respect In white wIthlongBklrtItliTomes in blue tan whites and Dinks and is a good value at fl 9o specIal price TrT4tJsJUT- here only two of the faultlessly styled and suits which we are shoeing this sdasdit r hundreds of styles to choose from and each one a gem of beauty and economy Tfo limit to the rango prices In t4 IOUflQ 1D to JtJ8L YQIJn MiYEAC rt VNRIld1Qi co rMOKilATfe MONUMI2NT NI W MrsiJHoncwnll Jackson On Stand nt j8 Hibury Orcft the Men In Gray V Salisbury tf C May 12Wilio I thOjRobertdl beautifull ininrblo and bronro m nuI StiuConfederate dead was Tmvclled on salls1buryeat The veil was dropped by Chris nan Reed a wellknown author The guest of bonor and speaker of the arlVas Cot Bennett II Young of tSulsvlUo Mayor A It Bdyden of fciitUbury bhd forttfof mnn3oin S tteftderlon of This tltjj alsd rnddo addresses Th6 were presided dVor by C6II Henderson who pre8ted Christian ReId the latter giving h refflllfg Trota het own composition Gloria VIctts In hbnor of thd Con federate BoJdlcr When became known that Mrs Stonewall Jackson of Charlotte was seated the platform the old vet erans cheered wildly and asked to see the widow of the noted soldlcd She graciously aroso while the crowd redoubled Its choerjnit- IB his speech Mayor Doydcn re tlio of North Caro 186101Rbwandiers of which number 010 Veroif burled In the battlefields of Virginia aiSl 1J300 returned to their hoot ell wpunasd Many of the veterans woro ind bore testimony to the Ii statement of their comrade Cot Young was Introduced 1 by Mayor Boyden and spoke for an hour of the Valor odd achievements of the soldiers of tile bid North State Ills speeeli was filled with reminiscences Bttlffrcih In the minds of the hit n dred of veterans present It Is I ho sold significant fact that nil tho Inscriptions on the graves of the 11I 000 Federal soldiers burled here was composed and written by Confed ernie soldiers Col Young was given a royal welcome In Salisbury The monument In bronze repro geutlns a sjldler by fane mounted on done by W Ituckstuhl of Ball i more who attended the unveiling Malaria Makes Pale Sickly Chlarwk Tjfe Old Standard TASTE tiJB3S CHILb rpNIO drlTefl put mO Ijufla and hull4iip the system F gfown iiIpeople and chlldrep GteI IrlntcrS WotklnJitIPrinters are scarce over western Keiituckr ipaouthrn IU oIIndsomodt thimaiL papers have had In securing workmen Tho iioffltrI cal niion have received several i tIngfdrsupplied with work And do care to 11 loode of jobs O J Taylor was In the city last night front Joppa Ill looking for AI ulPImentKntQrprlse weekly It will Ibe Joppap first newspaper Probably the utet way to mark table linen IIs to leave the baby and blackberry pie hlono at the table for a few minutes A I T o i i = 0 i i1Li 1L J- I r 1 ul + w 4 Convincing Proof of Guthrie Economy I I I i i ri T 3b V 1 ForFhursdadJrida7yz0 t I t t IJI 1 I Theres no place like the Guthrie Store for reql values are you get the quaJity I together withthe IdVv price Heres hbw the wind bloWs t for 0 Drive i v WhI4e VTalstlng fl j I I NaInsook 136 a I pieces I i 12 or l BROTHERS now a following Broadway I Silks i Linen GAItMK4 epeSS t are reasonablypriced Literally T I i t C6nBrss exercises It on preJent a Southern suppor4ian F onoVB0 difficulty are a d I y tomorrow Thursday S l fr I L 1 I I Housekeepers t38 Inch MtAtvlill curttii4trsa iiIn 7 I124jc1I I r onSfflWBSc iI iO4 Alllinen Sheeting neVer Sold I Wlesd than 1125 special DO Cq t GO pieces 36 Inch Llncntfnfsfe Per 121Iandsoine C rI10 dor 104 and U4 Heayy Cro I 98cat St 6t dqziteavy qUllllty jiJoahed Tur klsh T WdISl Size 24x46 3Cc Duality while they last t275 dOle25cor each 1 56od big Bath Towels regular I n 150 quality special price IUU I pH deen extra Ilzo rqkIi 8atb Toweli allty ilur XtingI I iata tJt l j StIi i riGuthrie Economies rFull ynrd wide Bleached Domestic f 63cyard II I I f 4 h r I I I l1U n J p L BASEBALL KEIS f l nf1 11 Jll1ehttIM IDS fr High schools baseball team defeat ed o plelMjd team from the flrom n and engineers of the IlllMls Central railroad yesterday afternoon in a- closely Contested game eR JU shop UfataoTId Thd affi9 lt6i136 lhithe ninth Inning hut tae eclobY lads got busy and hammered in t run the aid of nnojrrqr bteq4dlwltbs who could sot put on tthe or to check tho puinor Tran tham and Fuller composed the tAt tery for tho railroad men while SiitheHnUd and Endrias were on tho points tot High school JATiOthLBtdth W L Pet Pittsburgh 14 7 667 Chicago bb1S 10 505 Philadelphia 10 8 550 Boston 1 10 9 020 BtooWn 9 10 474 Cincinnati 11 13 4G8 New York 7 11 389 St LouisS 9 15 375 At TSew York Now YOrk May 12tKrrors by Doyle arid llrfdewell helped Chicago to defeat Now York score v 5fc H B Kew York 3 C 4 Chicago wi 9 2 Batteries Wllso and Myers Brown and Moran I At Brooklyn BrooXlVn May bTho famb was n pltclIlJrS bkttid In which it high wind pliTjcdI Bierry pranks with tho fielders eore1U It E Brooklyn t 3 7 2 gt fouls 1 3 1- TihttetiesMIntyro and Burgen Snlleo and Brcsnahan At Boston Bo8lon May nPuor Holding lIy the homa team hided Cincinnati In winning V slugging watch Score I f nJI H Boston 8 13 7 Cincinnati 3j410 11 3 Batteries Ferguson Corner Chappellco and Smith EwIng Campbell and McLean At lhlladclplda Phlladcphlh May 12rhe Visitors knocked Foxoh off the rubber Ib four Innings Score at H E Philadelphia i 3 3 Pitsburglt i 1i14 b UatteriesF6en Vtnyk and arfoDln CamTts and aibsonipi In 1 A iGtmr1 LPetDetroit 15 s 750 New York Il I 679 DQ tonfit 1hJb1It 81 j6I 5LPhiladelphia BOIWashington G13 278 ottSt Louis St Louis May J13 Jowolls pitching was the feature Score RUE-St Louis 3 8 0 Phlladelphja K 0 2 2 Batteries Powell and Stephens Criombs Dygort hnd Thomas At Cleveland Cleveland May lThebattlng and fielding of Hooper and Spencer word the features core n II E Clevcland t 1 C 1 4st9q 6 ll 2 ijalterles Wright Lrobhardt and Clark Clcolte Arellanos and Spen elr S At Chicago May 12Ci1cago won n png drawn out aa4 poorly played p 6drekt ti tJt II R ChicaBvVc 8 r- Washlfigtoh 3 0 0 Batteries Smith and Sullivan Burns Groom Qrayand Btteetii j At 1ktil1 DetrpIt May 12 TJiQvlglllng Injj n UwasiputJn the atrjby Detroit baserunning I Score iAjfc KII E IqroitlU 18 1 Now York I 5 g nark8Wlilett ponoVmn andII Bwecney HrSngo Brockett Schmidt andII I jAmnImN itSS9CIATIONv S ptt i J t 1i83jJndlnn 1 t Paui 8 11 421 Columbus iiO 15 400 Minneapolis f 2 Coumbus a 6 4jlIIIndianapolisfAY p 3 1 2 UIsvple 1 r Paul 7 oledo 1 4 COLLKOK JJASKHALL At Amhcrst University of vet ont 4 Massachusetts Agricultural v At Princeton Princeton 6 Dart mouth B IndIndlanllUnlverlllty At Ithaca Hrownfi Cornell 0 A fool wofnan Is one who can make her own living but parries a lan who cant snake It for her 0 I I Doctors Prescribe n IMoifyqfrtll scho lht tuirt aCtfceTcountry have used and prttcribcd Duffys hire Walt Whiskey for many largenumbertained by each and every one ofthese skilled physicians PrUCslbed It For 14 Years Permit mlrto say that I have pre scnticiLDufiys Pure Malt Whiskey in My practice for 1119 east fourteen years I have bcert familiar with this medicinal whiskey for over 2lye3r1j WhiskeyDOllcnRecommends attic1Duffspractice And tan jectimmcnd it most highly as a lure Whiskey Dr F tcKittIn cr 97 Malts Strcet Lock port N Y Prescribed h Hospitals I Vo4 it ntimbcrnf yedrs I hare use4 rotir1 WMkcy in the various public in stftftioni of this city of Which 1 Wai tend4nfphyscjan ami kit still being used In them I have your product rerf use It iIn my paivate practice md as I otfortI CIerdI NcOrleansStimulantI C3tlsl1c ffPureulant is required In my practice J StWorcesterPrescribes It As Best Whiskey Whe1 my patients requira n stimu bestv1iislityquirements E S Slguimf M D North Yakima Washington when nature of of from kind Calk Y Own tour have of great ing to directions and heart fiction and the for VbiikcX be you only medicinal malt and sold in sealed only nevcf in Look Old Chemist snake sure over I utibroken Price Whiskey Co N for booklet KallrM QiicNtlon Tho worthy Sunday school superI- ntendent of n Maryland town Is also tho village dry merch ant lie Is an energetic nod offlclent hitehIgIousi In his wcullir jjit An nnni4tng Incident I telli- 1flfiuinttentptI tonlllrJttlru scrii- itIThnlthtowiedi of n class of llttla girlLI Ho had told most the lesson of day and at the cuRlon II lqokIaboutIJi rool nnd luaulrml ucuuraglugly Now has anyoiio a question to ask1 5tSlowly nnti timidly oriGJUUkltfrl raised her What tIs the question Sally Dont bo afraid Speak out The little HiTgPlea in tier sent twisted her fingers nervously cast her eyes down Finally In a ilospor ate outburst site put tho Mr Ward how much are thow Danger From Rats Ne Oae Can Afford te Allow These Pests to Live teadollsllllfbAn4l ramiIleaUhlMasodRocburedeatbSteams Etectrie IU CTtrrwbere or He boaISOLfttetnuElectrtalailo OoCkloc in OndouWith oneSthand OANJh3 Properly fitted floitt fl44ltATU atII WOlffs Jewelry Store Optical Urllart lent StTlSl7rloN aAlttrBEIHeatioiiishle HeatioiiishleIrlces S S Uthe1da Vital trengtb Thattl1 pure alcoholic 1 li essential in many cases is upholdIng seases is a fact of urgent importance Judiciously advised by the experienced piiy441jn results are such as must rYfind Duffy Whiskey to the In- tElligence 4 tlibsc vlib have witnessed the recovery very ill persons the hopelessobtervaIIIlion and IIIpOUlttering statement you have received hiUJtarpaftses Any Other Product I have thoroughly tested the merits IIndfil1ll to that I hi4eitr Used or pre scribed prbfwiionally1 Chat T Mitchell M D ndalgua N PrescribeS It I have been aware of the merits of number prescribe it in my practice J L S t hail ie D jon S Ashland Ave Qilcago III- U ea It mills Family i Replying to your communication of opinIon out Lt state that both prescribe used It person ally In my oWfitwi and consider itwhere a stimu lint is uircdTM D Chicago 111 longevityittaktttildrenItcheeksliestrongIfl It tones strengthens the purifies r1whtreCUTIONWhfh fluffys IPure Malt sure get the genuine Its the absolutely pure whiskey Is bottles bulk the trademark the on the label and seal the cork ftioo Write Consulting Physician Duffy Malt advice Rochester Y a free Illustrated tactical Dud free curtain goods eloquently the ron hand girl question Pub old ttttl by flhiic1rtN stimulant the Livtsptonc for the n gloves for gIr1in your window Llpplncotts A KrnltlrO Boys Shrieks horrified his grandraalher Mrs Maria Taylor ot Nebo Kr who writes that when allhhQukht1 he would die Bu k leniiftrnlca Salvo wholly cured him- ntIhliT tJ fot4lurne Stads CutAICorns Vqundj UruiFfd Cures Fever Sores libllii Skin Eruptions COil blains Chapped Hands Soon touts 4 r1AllJlsh1frWlint part of prlcon life- tiJiaiurdeit tOput up with 4Ptyft TlJtuvjiKors 5 Kansas CflJcMndtGIaSON HousE tUfUJt HfIW I 150 and Up Clncinnatr MOST FAMOUS HOTEL In the Very Center of the Citys Bust nets activi ties t Lowest Prices tar Highest Grade Accommodations ml Superb Car Service Club Breakfasts and Table DHote Dinners We willlecyery WewanteveryOne i t CIbIOOHOINC place 10 1Iop I THE AC COR HOTEL CO CennHai A Borlbtrdl Prt sd Mv AboProprkUn OraU HoMl Ol t i4tU PersonalAttention i Olvon to Ilors98hoelng by practical mcchanlc of 14 years experi- enceCJ8ALLOWE Rubber Tires rim 7M 311 itKttm 4 Ic T Thorn Is no better Ice Cream madoln any city large or small than what wo servo ev ery day to our customers Wo use the best material wo have the best machinery wo handle It In a sanitary Icciess foun tain and it Is served by careful dispensers Wilsons Fountain ThIS place where good things to drinktro served clvan 5 S It y i L e b- 1Vllrl l 9pAYt IB IiE PjlDUCJAH T3VENING SUN cngrTrtt a J j n n t il l o I IfIo r 1 I lOTiEtSt itDP THE pA EJ t OP I t u EJT I t i l t I 11 t i foriSeepigej one i1 detu1s 1 j jII F I Jif t j offfan era=makingi q j 1 Popularity i11- ty t r n l Contest inaugu=t 9 r 1 I I I i I I dbII 1 i I y 1 Mr j THESUNrI t e Ii i j J fI and t I IIII- p f j s l t j i II b If t ti 1 IffJ y 40 JeC t it i associate news= t f P- I papersJTt1 r t Wf W I I i I = 1 O t 1 P Z S I I ot SOME KITTY STARS willilt1 TIIHV lIB ANI WHAT J i TIIKV AUKDOISfi sled of Them art HUH IluyltiK hall and Many llavn Joilcn Into the HIS ICllgMW Sums6eopl4 often r Ask khChas 1 Iicrnmcr of the players of tho old K d T league We have cpttnb on I some pf thorn and below Is given a llttlo hltltoror theAcnrccr of some of j them 8lnP Jejr tqfHhp 1 of llpt I Crowder Who played fchorwqn tot L I the local team has for the past two saasonptbeen UU Um Fvgtsrllip tcaui of the Central I cpgtic and IItI again with them tjils year base for theINorlherntbo Southern league Gardner at one Umothcatar twirler qf tho Hens went to the Southern league a a pitcher but fatldd to akugqolllll a pitcher and played the out field one season for Montgomery Unrnor catcher of tho same team lU now In Henderson In the Insurance jjmlnc s and last pcofan played with tho llocal Purities and It Is report I it I 9 On the Lets Gountrckruswhe e cut be wit ncsscda number of most entertaining and novelarenic features TherStvL AQMinstrelsa coterie of dancesIt t sing and make you laugh oil k kThe ElectricI i Palacc Graphi Portrayals of Living Scenes Trie Giant Ferrist Wheel It The evcrrpopular N erryGoRound The r Vavcr AI t ir W1 11 1 w Okerminiaa e wheflII Wes i t t wfb IiitOckilisII- if II Sh I1 WliN 4 it u t 8 0O T Esplanade led that this year he will play with the lladtsonvjlle pemj pro teat Ilrockctt who pitched such grand ball for Cairo went to tho Eauterri Leng olnnd If now with tho New Yprk American WilllB who pitched for Clarksvllle Is now In the ThrceI League He I If brother of Vic Willis tho great Plttsburg twIrler Dummy Hughes who played first bnso for Cairo and was a fayorlto nil over the Kitty circuit at one time coached the team of the Kentucky School for Moat at Danville and now In the ThreeIll League Loalt vjiqploycd the ottttleldfq- tho locals Is sow captain of the J Frankfort team In tho Blue Grass League JIcNutt who pitched and managed tho locals ono season later coached tho Central University team at Dan ville and then played with Plttaburg Kansas In the Missouri Valley LeagueReddlck the second baseman of tle locals at one time is now play Ing In the Copper State League Knglo who played third base for Clarksvlllo Is now playing left field for tho Now York American League team He went to tho latter team from the New York team In the Eastern League Charlie Street wbo caught for Hopklhsvlllc played for Cincinnati 0I AT THCASINOT- ilE II CO ASeries Dramastt 4 POPULAii PRICES I l1 Dancng 1 l gtoDth t 1 Get in at the J I It t 4 J t if jI i It 00 1j I andIi ij tu I It4Yj vote for s 1 tj 0 i 1tr41 v t i I c j Ij f i 1opu1arJrien4see lII f- II I itthe splendid list i r 4 1 t d1awardsw 1 t I g- a I t 00 I Y I I v I J Y f w Y OI 1 p l I Ii Is I I In tho National League but failed to ffiako good and went to San Francisco in the Pacific Coast League He Improved on the coast and last year was with tho Washington team In the American League Ho Is again with them this season and Is playing a stellar game behind the bat Last thathothe AVaalilngton monument and Itls worthy of notice that be Is tho only man who ever accomplished that trick although It has been tried in days gone by such good men as Mallachls Klttrcdge ana others Cnmntllus Chatham who played phortstqp qjtil managed Hopklpsvlllo Is now manager of tho telephone 6EANfl OPIffi WALLACE PA1K SummerteYVSSV j LYRIC DRAMATIC rl1 Pta Comedies I Every g Pavillion very start j your ofr r company1 KIcholasvIlle Duggan who pitched for Vlhccn nesls now twirling for NaahVlllo the Southern LengueiBlttrotf wbQ Cairos star pitchers now top Thrcerlll League hLand who caught for Paducah after playing for Toledo the Amer pyCletetandcaRt Lemon tho Vlncennes catcher playinggoodKitty1 Gerard the Padncak twirler now the South MUlO League Pat Downing who caught for lion d ron later plap d the South w pucllIIQlmRed Bohannon played second base for Nashville the Southern League during the season 1307 and last year teas the Western League and finished the seaaori Ju the Dlue Grans League Jlendcrsou leaner 1 ik PPDWEIBEU king bottled laver family hirecases 2 dozen kettles the case delivered ant AEUSERBranch Bpth phoRe 112 J teffon Manager C n 1 f JJ- I I I 1 II roc J t 0 l 1 l s 1 T f rII t4 n dJ A ii F J V 1 f Via r by at in was ono of Is In in te4 is In At in U CJ In of In ot In to In H 1 litlip On the Esplanade i dEltons Originall Great London Ghost 11 Showthe most marvelous illusion ever built presenting dramatic stories phanh I q Mabclthe Fire Dhncer in brighilydaz w i f i zlingkaladdoscopic and artistic r j evolutions J l t l lt ly N xinterrogationx xIi less queryVt t t Band ConcertsNight ItalianI i Bandon the IplanadeAfternoon j and 1 Ij Deals Bindoh the r Hill Every Night T tI I i 11I t I 1 Gorgeous Array of Free Attractions n i Balloon Ascensjonnd Parachute Drop very evening Peerless PercivaP and his thrilling Leap the Gap every afternoon and night Grand Display of Fireworks on Wednesday night Illuminated Balloon Ascension and Parachute Drop one night during weekt ti Vrrs tyF r w fIT I Attractions 4uti shed by E W Weaver StEoiiis Amusement Company J I I r A Me Q1Pori IJ41J PADUCAfl NrNGf m1 r rMAYIL n n j TbcPaducabSiinI AFTERN06X AND WEEKLY THH BUN rOBLMHINQ COMPANY Incorporated F M FJBIIBR President It 3 PAXTOJf General Minncer Entered at the poetofflce at Paducah Ky aa second class matter r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Br Carrier per week 4 10 By Mall per month In advance 25- By i mil per Tear In mdTOneo MOO fvlPerAddress TUB SUN paducah Hy Office 115 South Third Phone SSI I Payne and Young Chicago and New York Itepreientatlvei TUB SUN can to found at the tole I lowing places R D Clements Co L Van Culln Drol Palmer House Jr WEDNESDAYyiMAY 12 T GDUUIiATlON STATEMENT Marc 1000 I rw 6354 17a 83- 85I5363 186369-I 6372 19 6378 45378 205379S 6392 22 6369n I I 63983 63511 nfI111f 6357 J 4 t 16iUI1 25 rS34 t 1O5397 6634311600 275340125403 29 53- 38j54OO 80 5346 16 6377 Z15352-I6 6378 Total I 148034 t Average for March 19O95483A- ierage for March 1995r 3 9 4 3 i Increase t1540- Personallr appeared before me thii April 2 1909 iR D MacMillen busl- Bees manager of The Sun who fIr irow that the above statement of J the circulation of The Sun for theI month of March 1909 it true to the beet of his knowledge and belief 1 PETER PURYEAR Notary Public McCracken Co My cosimls lon expires January 1912 Dally Thought i I graapedbYtlOse opportunIt4fi son till it finds someone awaiting it I Jv C W BECKHAM L LIii the turmoil of factional politics former Governor Beokbanvfcas come Ju for his full 1kareofrt co taelndeserved or not as foG or frend may judge but since he has entered the editorial field promleing to content himself with obscrvatjoa aud com I ment our mind recurs tD a otatpmont made by ono 0 knew him stripped of all the soil Who pane tr politics Den g Jaines an eminent lawyer and ono of the attoraer fr tho ynlted States in settling the SpaBlsh war claims at tbear1epe1 made this comment pa J Sv jJBeckham i I taught that boy la school and I I predicted a great future for him He 1 1was the quickest moat persistent and most high principled youth I ever 4met Ho had no apparent fault in Hdiool and no baL habits p JjPI4AYIO VVITH FIRE a 1 saying and worthy of all acceptatloB Fools rush in twhere angel fear to tread Our very iitehlji eeteemed contem iporary the Kewspeffibcrat reminds us remarkably of a gentleman who has picked up a red hot coal and cant drop 4t and wants that some one would relieve him Assuring the Niw Democrat of our profound sym palhy for any gentleman who picks up a red hot coal we positively must I decline lo take hold of it oareelves- Having declared that Ii Barry the county unit emedWato Ipr state eeqat i tor was defeated Dcatise Tho Sun supported hlmait4 JtavlBg abused us = roundly for qtiotlBjc tfie editorials of other Democratic papers Tnlhe sena tonal district reading tout of the party the Now peecrftt now asks toere The SUB stands 6B thWprohlbU tlon question Mya anyeBewhO re to come out openlyi on tho 8UbI Ifusce lacks moral Ourage and It does not know whoro its own candidate for rate senator 4stands on tho question r rfor Tho Sun let the News Democrat grasp two essential features of our general policy We never cross a bridge until we come to it and wp Hover burn our bridges until we lave baveaI4involition and the volte of tho rJows Democrat and its cohorts In that con J ryonlion lies been said In theinterest of decency and American fair 3 layl t and wo have the backlngvof every l Democratic newspaper in the Second Il senatorial district tor what wo have charged T 1 I That la the lot coal diltbifio iNowBDemocrat desires7 to put In our I ahds to distract tho attention of the bllc No thank you Wherever wo may we will never be on jonr side of any question Wo dont like your company The pemocraHc papers o I the district say they dont like your t companyv You Just go oh Juggling III your own llttte coal until it cools or j you drop it or yotfUrn up but I dont try to hand it to I J p ustMAYBB THIS erhaps ithe N wDemorat ob j eervtiUbn tat wit 4aB a matter of common comment among the dele gates land spectaloM that verp dele I gate oa the fleorrho as under the influence of liquor was a Barry dele gate may lie texplalaed y the fol lowing quptatleal from Judge Barrys statement in the Dent D Tribune Democrats Ono Marshall county dolegalo says after they failed to handle him by pleadings threatening and an offer of money that Just before the hour for the convention to meet Wed nesday night that he was doped but thp dose was not quite strong enough to entirely overcome him that bj hereto efforts to throw ote thoj effects IJJTI walking in tile open air with the assistance of a friend Between the KewsDemocrats al legations of drunkenness ort tho partt of some delegates and the affidavit that there was uo whisky in the credentials committee room tim general public will form a bad estimate ofi the Democratic convention in iho Second senatorial district April 27 KENTUCKY AND THE WASHING I TOT POST The Washington Post publishes an editorial review of the recent tariff speech in tho United States senate of Mr W O Bradley and pronounces I it to have been an excellent perform ance Accompanying the comment upon Mr Bradleys speech la some Interesting history of eminent men that KentuclQbas sent to Washing ton and their views upon the tariff stories of Henry Clay and Humphrey Marshall slid John C and W CPi JDrecklnrldga Regular realer ofourytashingfeB naraoeake must ho struck by the with inforrnatlon an4iceqrato personalI knowledge of statesmenn of the last two gen ratlon displaycd bV one of the editorial writers of tthe Washlng toh Post and doubly so muet this beth case with Keatackl ns who see that Interesting newspaper for the statesman of BO commonwealth SKI treated a8 kindly or Sad their great r deeet more fully exploited than those front Kentucky The reason for this lies in the fact that Mr Eugene JCgwman whose writings published under the non de plume of Savoyard frequently ap pear In tho Evening Post and other newspapers IsnowoneoJ the chief editorial writers on the Washington Post Those familiar with Mr Now mans attractive lItora Tstle can find traces of his handiwork in al most every Issue of that publication Louisville Post A Ip J INDEPENDENCE IN THE SENATE To see Reiyubllcan senator fir ing broadsides at tho tariff bill prepared bf thp leaders of his party Is rare sport for the Democrats says tho CqrruBcnclalAppeal- Theret Jt goes gilft PsrHsanBhlp- lIsnt I it pleasant fqr 1b whole pep Plei regardless of political affiliatio- nswbenasaaphas th coarago to stand by hisl convlctelpnji jirid prtyt J plea and to calf a spade aVpade onI the floor of the eenatoT We doubt whether a weyspaper like the Oommer cialAppe I can appreciate the moralI fibre of Sgijator Dolllver It can onlyr see the party advantage In a possibleI schism of the majdrltyi Twice the nilprfty J arty In congress has had the optortunllyilmaTe ijIfwUTe re forrasrjak jtwtog iit has rfaljed It could liSivo carried through the amendment of tho house rules It could have secured a reduction of the tariff but most of Its members i had an ax td grind and It could notI caucus All the outspoken consistent crltI icism of tho tariff schedules hoe come from western Republicans and they are entitled to all the gIorI0 Kentucky Kernels A 0 DorUy Pembroke Is dead Clarence C Woods mayor of Richmond I divorced by wife Il Unvolllng of Lincoln table at 1I0dII gcnville May1 31 t Memphis will bid for Southern Baptist association at Louisville Southern Baptist propose to raiso million endowment for seminary atII Louisville f Joseph Mlkulec walking around world from Austria reaches ElIza l bet tQwn afterthreo years Former State Treasurer H M dFlemlngsburgt a A t 1m SOME STORIES ms mATOWN uII I 6c WPNTEDTo find the city engltneer of TylrTaThis Is tho question that Postmaster A N Sears would like to solve for he has several loiters of official business addressed to the city engi neer of Paducahs suburb which Is without any wheels of government except as n part of the county The mall is addressed fo Tn Johnson city engineer of Tyler Several weeks ago in ono of the leading Journals devoted to the pub lication of pews for contractors a newgitem appeared that the city of TJ ller Kyi would ega construction fa system of torm water sewers aria that Jlds Wore wanted The name or T D Johnson city engi neer was given and since then numerous letters have been received at tho small postofflce which occu- pieS a correr in a grocery like many hundreds of postofllces of unlncor stateI prob I bly referring taa city in some other state Postmaster Sears Is still hold Ing the letters there ItoI I letter office v 1 I CATARRH ticndniis- A Dead Microbe Is the Best Microbe Hyomcl Kills Them All Hyomel tpronounced jllghome Isa killer of catarrh germs because when you breathe It in Its antiseptic and germicide properUee reach every nook and crevice of the mucous mem brane from the mouth and nose deep Into the lungs Hyomcl brings tho Australian tot ests of plntf and eucalyptus to your home It Is made of the active prln clples extracted from these trees No ono who lives in or near these forests suffers from catarrh No one who breathes In Hyomel the real forests nlrjpf Australia will havo catarrh forlong after the treatment starts It you want to cure catarrh croup bronchitis coughs colds as thma hay foyer pr relieve consump tlon try Ilyomell the commonsense cure the cure thai roaches the spot A complete jlybmel outfit Includ ing a hard rubber Inhaler costs only JIOO and extra bottles of Hyomel If afterwards needed cost but 50 cents Guaranteed to cure or money back Sold by leading druggists ev erywhero Sold and guaranteed In Paducah 1by Gilberts drug store MOACUtes lnd1est1onIt relieves stomach mlsory tour stom ach belchIng and euros nil storaschdJs tabtellI tt RIYER HEWS lIII vcr Report Pittsburgh i 51 OG fan Cincinnati 343 29 fall Louisville 142 21 fall Evansville 352 05 fall Mt Vernonmissing Mt Carmel 121 00 std Nashville missing Chattanooga 82 01 rlso Florence 70 05 fall Johnsonvllle 164 33 fall Cairo 421 03 rise St Louis missing Paducah 340 05 fall River stage this morning at 7 oclock 34 feet a fall of 5 slnco yes tcrday morning The Ohio at this place will continue falling ARRIVALS Chattanooga from tho lower Ohio this morning early With several cars of freight for tho upper Tennessee She received freight at the wharfboat this morn fpg till 9 oclock Dick Fowler from Cairo and alj way landings tqnlght at8 ocjock Reaper mom the mIRes af Caseyvllle tide afternoon with a Kentuckyicoalthis morning on a good freight and passenger list Joe Fow let from Evansvlllo and all way land Ings this afternoon doing a big pas scngerand freight business George Cowllnfc from Jfetropolls this morn ing and this afternoon with aIarge passenger and freight list on both trips DEPARTORES Dick Fowler for Cairo and all way landings this morn Ing at S oclock with a large list of passengers and a lot of freight Clyde for Waterloo Ala this after noon atG oclock with several cars of freight and acabln full of round trip passengers She wilt return next Monday Chattanooga for Chattanooga this morning at 9 oclock with a number of passengers and a good freight trip She wllf return In about 11 days Royal for Golconda tblsafterhoen at 2 oclock doing a good freight and passenger business lie Fowler for Evansville and alt ways landings this afternoon Immediately after transacting busi ness at tMeharfboat She did n One fcusTaesa out of this port George Cowling for Metropolis this mornIng- at 4 1 oclocjc and this afternoon at 430carryl Renumber of passen gers and a Jetof freight on both trips Cltr of Birmingham for tIe Tem esS sthl afternoon with a bigot of groCery supplies Capt Torn Martin ef the steamer Mariner li liT charge of the Harth oing harbor work for the West Ken Coal company during the ab sence of Capt Mullen who Is suffer ing from a dislocated and bruised shoulder The AmcrlcA iIs expectod to arrive in port today M B Cairo with a tow f empty barges TbcKentucky wilt be duo In port tomorrow night from Rlverton Ala nd alt way landings Tho City of Saltlllo wilt leave St Louis this afternoon for tho Tennessee and will bo due In this port early tomecrow night on her way to Waterloo Aai I Thri 1vflInE SUU1O WrkI INTEGRITY 11- In a druggist is essential It Is ye17II main stay of our standing as laducahs loading prescription IRIS Wo are aided also by our largo stock of pure drugs and our close attention to business adwII Druailil 5th 3Br7 II teeeltyty R tbrk9ji vigitrmll I NEW COAffRDST IN CONTROL OF onio AND WEST VIRGINIA FIELDS C I Syndicate of Railroad Capitalists tho Brokers Commission Makes Report Washington lai12A compre hensive history of the organization and operation of various coal compa lilIes In Ohio and West Virginia and their merging Into one company which la alleged to be controlled by a syndicate of railroad capitalists la given In a report made to congress toy the Interstate commerce commls jslon 1 The trunk title syndicate consists of the Pennsylvania the Baltimore atid Ohio the New York Central tho Zaneevlllo and Western the Kanawha and Michigan the Wheeling and Lake Erie the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Norfolk and Western A great part of the report is taken up with a description of the manner Jin which the various coal companies and railway companiesl In this region flanlly were merged Into the Sunday Creek company It seemed to the commission nfter a long consideration of mergers and manipulations described In tho re poii7 that tho railway companies by various devices sought to discourage the further development of coal- mines In the Ohio and West Virginia territory The commission says tho Interest of the railroad officials In theIr coal companies and the guar anty fey tko railroads of the bonds df the soaiIt companfesf furnished an in costive to discourage further develop meat of coal mines and so far as possible to retain to these coal com pajIoa a monopoly of the coal trane pprtpdfey those railroads j fKADACHHWhyPhi Quaruteedby SCHOOL BOARD Oontlnmea from First para that the concrete blocks could bo made for 12 cents each Tho board will have the choice of letting tho county manufacture the blocks and erect tho school or of advertising forbids County Judge LlgTitfoot notified the board thi t ha would turn over to the SChoolf360a which Is In the seminary fund It was tho intention of Judge LIghtfoot to lay aside woaeyfor tho erection of a new courthouse but tho money will be used tar tho schools iTh6 citizens off Heath havo subscribedf nearly 12000 for the building In addition to donat big a site ThlIttoaoftjsobl scriptions wjll bcsirf Jnty 1 Must U rrowIohey The county1 sfchools illneed money to meet the expenses until the money from the collection of taxes Is handed over ahd for1 this purpose a committee consisting of if T nil llngtdn county school superintend ent W F Sexton II Anderson and F F Gholson was appointed to bor row money from rvbsnk The corn mlttee will borrow f3000 now t6 meet expenses and make arrange ments to borrow 3000 August 1 It is thought tho money can bo secured at an interest rate of six per centIn the number of pupils fnthocounty schools there is a alight In crease according to the enumeration of the county This year there aro 3292 white pupils while last year there were 3289 making an In crease of three children This year laltl10arcrease of 19 or a total Increase over last year of 22 This is tho first year that the enumeration was taken by districts Tho report is First 497 white 139 colored Second 635 White 14 colored Thlrd463- white I 59 colored Fo rth748 white 257 colored mh485 tith4twhIteThe board adjourned at Boon un til 2 oclockv this afternoon The board will make an jaspeetlom of a building at Seventeenth street and Broadway which Is betng built of concrete blocks that aris Manufac tured by Judge Llghtfoat The entire membership jef the board was present Trttsteee W R Davis F F OholsonW F V8 xton P Straub II Anderson P A flag well and S J DIlllngteB MUBtry school superintendent In Other Counties McCracken county Is tho only pno In western Kentucky containing a largo city wIth a good High school which has not declared the city High seataLColfltYHigh The data regarding Iheichoice Of High schools was furnished to pcrlntendent J A Carnage at the meeting of superintendents otwest ern Kentucky at Howling Green He learned there that Jefferson cotyity pays tho Louisville High school 8 000 a year for five years for the use of It Henderson county pays tho Henderson city High school 40 a year for each pupil from the county and tho Owcnsboro High school Is declared the Davless county Hsh school to bo used by pupils from tho adjoining magisterial districts at 40 n year while two other county High schools are to be erected YOU nONT HAVE TO WAIT Kvery don make you feell better Lax Ko keep your wnnle inIdea rlltLt Bold on theT oneyBackpI evel7- wbere Price Soc To the Pubtle1he Rowjand town cars will run every 15 wlnutcs each dax ing Brunsons cut rate r FightingAgainst- k i Anaemia 4 I There Is nothing fatal about anae mia In itself butH it is not checked more serious complications may result It you suffer from this dread disorder Paftsl Extract 11cesrrocw- 1liI bring you relief The rich tissue building elements ot barleymalt combine with the tonic properties of choicest hops to form a predigested I food that is readlly assimilated and blood rapidly transformed into rich red I Intitt Ufon It Strng Palit It Order a Dozen from Your Local DriifgUl MANY mm GASOLINK YAWIi GOES DOWN WITH WORKMEN Terrible Catastrophe at Pittsburgh Last Sight Dragging lUvcr- j i rf Pittsburgh May11reer bodies were recovered aqd between twenty andi25 missing Itls believed today that the number of workmen drown ed in tIe capsizing of a gasoline yawlr In the Ohiol river last night will ex coed 30 It is believed that not Iqss than 4Q men word crowded Into tho little boat A llargo force of polfco and rivet men ani dragging the river J JI IT The Missing S 1 Albert Graham pllotVOc rge 1homp von Boots ONeil James Connor Wetter Low Thomas Kennedy Wil liam Guthrle Henry VIgell Dennis Murphy Tony Bole Ruskoy Louis Qilstcln William Davis Joseph Lyle Will Burke two brothers named Balls and three others whoso names are unknown All tho men were employes of the Pressed Steel company at McKees Rqcks plant The men had been working overtime until 8 oclock nod left tho works to cross the river Jn ho launch about 1C minutes taLon The boat If said to have been intend ed for not over 20 p rsons and It Is said that it wall dancrquIo ttenipt to carry c g uany aa 25 in It But all the mea wanted to get across on the first trip end tho 0 crowded Into lU huddcitIE SaIIk Whniho4boat reached tho middle oflhe stream wnefrthe iratef WpfeP baps 20 jfecij deep the boat suddenly sank As lteantc U caused aeuctlorj which took many of the men down with IL Others attempted to swihi ashore but were chilled by the cold water and became exhausted before reaching tbe shores So far1 as IIs known only ten reached the short Twentyone May have Pebltcd Dr midnight It was cerfaYn that dH tho mlfslngmen were drowned and It Is believe that the list will be 21 Instead of 20 w first stated John Deer who lived on tho river tank and heard the cries for help went out In a kJff and saved eight IIvesOlie man swam to the bank and was saved It is thought that not another of the 30 reached tho shore BOOTLEGGER SHOT Policeman 1swJn Kills J C Turkctt nt Mayflctd Mayfield kYMiTItwblrtrying to escape from the cost6dy ef Policeman John Lewis Jams C TucketU 48 years old whotarf Gebn arrested for bootlegging was Bftbtt and killed last night about 8 oclock Officer EJected 1 CarrjubQp4aeCqa an4Co eqlJupan wore electedt litorda tipvthptockhQldqrs of tho coaipapy 0TieoUpwInKd rectors were elected SB Hughes Friedman1ilrackPaducah Samuel McUlpotrlck of Princeton and BenJamIn F Eln hlgle of New York Brack Oiron was elected general manager and see rotary while Samuel McElpalrlck was elected secretary F W Katterjobn and George Oeblsdilacgcr retired as directors Our shoe repairing is in a class britseH- Bestquicket We1 repair shoes so theyre good for more ser vice Phone1 1 02 Well send andget your shoes andre quickly1len8 and heel sewed orarifeS1 00 50cpcguWomens solo heel and75c 8OIe Ladles tUrnedS1 IM x I 11 J iCUj Of Whom Shall I Buy The Ice Dealer who always looks after his Interests and no other IhIsI INDEPENDENT ICE AND COAL CO iDothit I HARRY JU ANDBRSON rnONE151 tfI f 0 START BIG CONTEST Continued From Page One iIOY TQ VOTE There are two waya of securing votee to be cast for tho candidates In this contest By Slipping from the Issues Of The Sun and associated newspapers coupons good for the number of votes printed Issuedfrompapers In exchange for subscriptions tq The Paducah Evening Sun and to tho paper Issuing the votes As tbo folfowldg scale will show the latter method of securing voleaI1 much quickerl and more satlsfactorn Scale totes n r t MAIL HUH fiCWPTlOXS Paper Term The Sun 1 Year Assoc 41 Year Tho Sun IG Moa Assoc 6 011 The Sun 4 2 Years IABBOC 2 Years Carrieri KulMcrlptloni In towns where The Sun has a car nor sorvlc6 the followingscale of votes will lie In effect Old Old t Sub Sub Term Price Votes votes 1 Year I ITOO 5000 10000 6 Mosr 250 2000 4000 2 Years 1000 1IGOO 25000 lrlzlll and Tlitrllnllnn Grand Prlif Flrsti 11000 automobile j iecond SSOO1n ash third J350 1n ciUh iDiatlct PnilkPfrklt fl O liif second 10 0I1 rooirt suite thirdItr UOiotd watch fonrth Stt buirtncss college scholarship fifth U5 prizeI The first grand prize is to fee awarded to the carldidafo having the greatest number of Votes in the en tire contest Irrcapectlvo of district The second grand prize will bo Hward cd to th6 candidate having tho sodon j eQtfretonrepLboeandldatttest number Tho district prizes will1 be awarded tire five contestants haY- Ing the highest number of votes la their respective districts after the grand prIze have been awarded A grant prize winner will not bo al lowed to win a district prize and In districts whore grand prize winners reside the contestant having the nextI highest number of votes will bo do clared tho highest in that district andI tho wirinor or the first district prise REGULATIONS No candidate will be allowed to eocuro votes on subscriptions to newspapers other than tho onto published In the district lit which hn lives end the Paducah Kvonlng Sun For Instance a candidate residing In district 5 may not securo votes on a subscription for tho jmner conducting tho contest In dis trict 8 or vice verea But candidates niay go anywhere In the efforts t spfiurp subscriptions totticlr hofee paper and the Paducah Evening Sun Thus a candidate in district 9 ma r secure in district 10 subscriptions tto the paper published In district 9 andI tbo Paducah Evening Suns Except In districts 1 2 and 6 allI subscriptions must bo for two papersri at once one for the paper publishedii in the district In which tho candidateI lives and ono for tho Paducah Even Ing Sun These two wibwrlptlons in ono must bo for an equal length of RetnarKblo NEW FRUITS Tho expressman this morning brought us a shipment of Call fornia fruits whlctiaro really remarkable Imagine an orange weighing a pound and a- halfa great big raagniflcent fellow sound as a dollar and with a flavor truly ravishing theyre as big aS grape fruit I and twice as good Some lIne t California Pears toothe fa 1 mous P Barry brandy fluent you ever saw This Is certainly a groat fruit season Stop at our store this evening on your I way homo and see I J 1 I LOUIS CAPORAL I 331 Broadway I ftatk Pheaes 1 z j etong ttIIII I 1 o- Nc 11w tt The Best Carriage Service Paducah You get handsome well appointed carriages whet I serve you We give prompt personal alien on at all times time and only for such periods as arott listed ID the scale of votes above t No iuitoyo of the Paducah JSvcn 1 Ing Sun or associated newspapers or f member of such employes family will he allowed to participate In t contest as a candidate 111IIAnyone who was talcing 1e taIiu I Evingfiwi or 11U QUtj1 IP- c aei1 11 + ypfif at the tfJUfPJI1contestf Jfsn will be counted is an 7 old subscriber to that paper and votes on his subscription will bo Is sued accordingly All others will bo counted as now and will be given the benefit of the double icaTe of votes Transfer of a subscription to another j member of a family or to tome one else living under the same roof will ttlIsolIIn of wn Prl 300 100 151liO 600 200 Old Sub Voles 37SO 156 1500 500 937G 316 New Sub J Votes s 7MO 1870 JOOO 6250 3000 250 i I Any question that may snirej con conning thet conduct of the contest wiflte declIJ1ld by the management of the contest and lt8dc4sIkwill boI Jabroluts and final ti I bolccnnCBndldatrLbo d equally among thopo InrIBy the filing of rotes till candidates accept and Sgrte tq all conditions of the contest f woiu 8 GKBVTESTI pourj- t f WI 4 Is 9 f I W fjt mmf V i London AVakm From Lethargy alldIFor Will 200 Make wars htlfllOvnutntaIIthe greatest port Itho New York entered there In 1907 was 11160 JIfJ iooo New York otal In 1901 was 17091C 423 iButipromacy rthe f Its foreign rivals IIs diminishing Even Iamong English ports a moro progres sire policy has been followed by Uv PlymouthLiverpool WOOOO on her fscIHtlcs Plymouth 12000000 and Southampton 000000 Londons rivals off the UncUt hue mho teen active burg has recently spent HOIIon Improvements and spending 6250000 more Antwerp proposes Ho spend 35 000 on docks and 22500000 on a f canal London In recent years has spent almost nothing while Us docks andwbtnires are 1etsnlqrating 1 I royal cosuBlsslon was appo1nt1 n9etjIt1 Jlt rmenta but It failed of psssige f Profiting by the failure of the port billwaaconsiderable amendment It was 1pasted iji a nonparty vote just bor iforo the holidays This act sets up Ia now port authority consisting of j 28 members 18 of wnom are tovbo 1 elected by tho trading Interests con corned The port authority will aav power to authorize construction asd purchase land compulsory Vlihof Jcourse tJareaPreviouslythe process had been for Joe port aii r Itfeerltp to submit tp extravagant de 1 I mands or go to the expense of a pri vat oblllkJ parliament By the new act difficulties In the jway of Improving the port aro swept away and vast works now con templated wll soon bo begun Lou don may then be In a position to r tdlfflac tlon aro wollrnlgri insuperable M Not a lteaJ1 Fattier S s An Episcopal minister who had but recently moved to a small town In tho Pennsylvania coal regions streetIIsaid one Iot them misted by the clerical garb iholothermmlater JioIgottwoMagazine The Eresing ash5 Week tk S II t I t r 14 gU1iZsDAY MAY IL 1 l TmlPAJUOlJ r u BfVENINQ Btftl r P6Q1 M1rla 1 I THE LOCAL NEWS f b Dr OUbert osUepsth 400 H roadway Phone 196 Rubber etrap seats brass item elLs etc at the Bun JSroa For waWfraper ai bargain priceI j see avenua- x Kelly A Umbaugh 321 Kentucky Homegrown cat flowery of qual 1Sty Fresh fleweri dally Brunsoas C29 Broadway Hair goods made to order sham of1 i 1 nl I VUllaIRobinsonYour f money back Itoteitbrm inator fife to rid your home oftr roaches mice er rataKamlelter2I Newport ROW open for business with an uptp dat soda fduntaln and bowling alloys You are cordially in vited to call lad Inspect same 523 Broadway i Three boys were ordered sent to tho reform school this morning IInI 1L 4l county court Jay Ragsdale Earl1 Anderson colored and Louis Per vine colored were each sent to the school for two years Jack Nelson will take RagSjdale and Pcryfno whilet r Patrolman Thomas Putter will take a A AaderlonH f tenclIootcfdevices Paducah Printing andI 1Dlnlling Co- Veeloy Cochran tbo young man from Lynnvlllc Graves county who i was Injured on a freight train Satur I RlvoIho r i will recover 1MI Itlb16IEvangelist o Dallas Smith arrived yesterday from Dyer Tom and be gun a series Of protracted meetings at Christian chapel on Oocbel avenue The subject discussed lset night leas Reasons for Studying the Bible The following reasons were mention ed and discussed First We shoul- dtt f study the Bible becauw ItTcveals the origin mInion and destiny of man t Second It contains the mind of God Third It reveal the great plan ofI salvation Fouttbt A a protection agalnet also teachers Fifth It IIs the medium of divine light Sixth U Ito the bane of divine faith Seventh By K wo are to be Judges the tall day The meeting was well attended Services each fvenlng beginning promptly at 74G Subject for to sf night Tho Power of the World Everyone Invited V H Weighed Are DropjHtl New York May nThe first 11 eweeplR chahgo In affairs at the custom house under the administration 4of Loeb was announced when K was officially stated that the offices of four or the United States weigher would be abolished The change P went into effect et the oldie of pester days business The weighers bfflce I of the docks have been renibYcd to r the custom hotnw I I a aTown Clock Strike Now Tho clock on tho tower of the city hall has refused to strike for several days and also has refused to work This morning workmen got busy on clock and It was found that the wires which1 furnish the cur 1 1the for the lights IB the tower had twisted around tho tumbling which controls the movement of the hands Tho wlro was cut and the big clock began Its usual labor of I fticking off the minute Trouble In Meal Zone Washington May UThorouJhIexamination will be made by the Isthmian canal commission of the riot reported from Colon In which C M Abbott an American electri clan and a negro laborerJWero kllledI The canal policemen are held responsible for the affray having cronod I Into the zone to rescue a number tof their companions who bad been ar rested on the charge of creating a i disturbance Never lodge an argument by ItaII r sound It may bo all sound or not wound at all IIII 11r Par Rlj od Means Strength r CSr0 f mood RemI IFlm Springs Is a noted place for the cure of blood I diseases Howevef It posts money and lots of it to I spend the necessary three I1 1totwelve months there That why we recom mend Nyalo Hot Springs a Blood Remedy Its an efficient and relU able remedy composed of standard Ingredients of known curative value LJb eral quantity for 9100 Gilberts Drug Store Fnttt ad lrwHj Ittk rrm77 GET IT AT OILUUKTS u 1 IN SOCIAL CIRCLES Program for Magazine dab Open Meeting Tho program for the open meetl g of the Magazine club Thursday Jfteri noon at the Womans club Is a most attractive one It will bo to lima1 meeting of tbq club for the summer and Is en invitational Affair Tko pam la as follows Welcome Mr Charles K Wheeler VWIn 8010 Berceuse from Uie alders Jocelyn QodardMim haz- elkdleasLOIlC1tY Pa j Ttcidfng Mater Percy MacKaye Act 1Mha Anna Bird Stewart Vocal Solo flop nays Stral czskl Mlse Faith LaBstaff Mater fleas 23Miss Stewart PianoS fei Spirit of the Woods FYImlMrs Frank Burnsy Padueahweq Gaclo liy Welcomed at 7 Metropolis Mrs Mildred Davie Mrs tbuls M RIeke Mrs Elizabeth Austin and Mrs R D Phillips wore a party of j I the Delphic club members who went to Metropolis yesterday to attend the FedIeratlonI I stato of IllinoIs The party were I preeik I down on the Fowler In the morning returning at night The day was most delightfully spent and the closing session of the convention wait Interestingly featured Tho Paducah delegation was wiltII corned in tbo most hospitable way I and were literally the guests of tbo Metropolis club women being re calved In a wholehearted fashion that made a delightful Impression 0003J1mittee IIseHlonlbrilliant addresses were given dur ing the day Mrs Johns who lived for a short time In Paducah and mado many friends here U presi dent of the Metropolis Womans club and also vicepresident of this dis trict She presided over the assemb ly with graciousness and ease Mrs thO14IIl1nollality Mrs Candce ot Cairo the first president of the Illinois Federation I was also present She gave a splendid address on Forestry and is a woman ot distinguished presence 1 Mrs Evbrott spoke on Civic Beauty In an Impressive way There are 30 000 clUb women In Illinois and eight clubs were represented In the 25th district Tho visitors were graciously I welcomed by Mayor Treat of Me tropolis who pleasantly alluded to the vast strides In growth and prospects I that Metropolis was making and offered to Include Paducah as alI suburbAn elegant luncheon was sgrvcdat i r noon at the State House to the aumrbelI river In which stress was placed upon the hospitable reocoptlol no I corded by the Womans club In Pa I tOIboautlful i taken la automobiles to the Fort Masssc park to see the noble statue of George Roger Clark They were I delightfully entertained at supper at the Julian hotel The Paducah club women were I most charmingly Impressed with tho hospitality grace and brilliancy of the Illinois Federation women I j Willing WqrkeWlthlurs1Fro I The Willing Workers society of 4 tho Evangelical church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs Oar ReId Frogge 1133 Caldwoll street Touring Kentucky Mountains Mrs Reuben Halleck Mre Charles I Edward Woodcock wife of Bishop Woodcofck Mrs Mason Maury andI Miss Myra Baird prominent club women of Loulflvlll arrived In tho city Monday morning oa their way lIIeua11talHthe forestry of that region They left In the afternoon for Jackson had after a stay there wlll go to tua 1iman Kyi Lexington Leader I Kentucky Club Woman Takes Honor Kentuckians are proud because I the woman who look the highest I oratorical honors at Boston when t every federated club la the United States was represented tae Mrs DeAn Brcckenrldge of Lexington Mrs Breckearidge will speak tonight J on Equal Rights at the Louisville Free Public Library The lecture IIs I UbIlCLoUII1ville 1 Former 1I0norsicAtMIss Zctta Roberts formerly of nIeTonnMemphis Conference Female Institute at Jackson with the degree of Mistress Of English Lltcraturo The com m cement exorcises wll begin Sun da y May 30 and extend tthrough I The greatesthpleasure on earth Is continuous good health GrapeNutsII j Wins lad keeps It TMroa a Rema ea r1 I JuneTlio Rev Te Schuler D p of NaeByllle will preach the com mencementliermon MlM Robertsla the youngest daugfe terof Ue Rev J It Roberta and Mrs Roberts who was formerly Miss Ltlll e IJOO9t Paducah She 1lj a grand daughter ofMr H F Lyon and niece of Mrs Samuel H Wlnstead of thisI cityl Afternoon Reception for PadacaliI Outfit Mrs R H Polnd xter Is hostess offr a prettily planned reception from 4 to 6 oclock thU afternoon to oompH meat her slater Mrs Robert N Wll 31rsWRoywho has been visiting In Nashville since the WilklneonVIlllnes marriage The guest list this afternoon Include I forty frlpnta of the hostess and th I recepifon hall and rooms ore throw I together for tho occasion and lavishly and artistically dee ratwithwhIti e 12Ci1MreAlkoLVIHInos receive with the hostess and honbreen Mleees Lula Parrleh andI Polllo Ferguson dispense frappe 1 in the hell and In tho dining room aI tempting ico course IIs served by Mra Fount RloB Mrs Wm If Meyers an Mil AIleen LI Hard Tho color note rot white and green la dominant In the Ices molded In fruit designs and flower cakes Tbe table is lovely with a teal lace scar and a cut glass pitcher of white peonies on a circular mirror In the center Garlands of the graceful Jackson vine fall from the thestableof white satlh ribbon Miss Alice L Vlllines Fears a reception iollctte of black braided silk and Mrs Poln PllkInlcreamI atITloletlace Mrs Dallas Vllllnes is gowned In champagne silk with touches of green Nashville Banner May 11 Talented Padncah Girt Complimented la CtaclaaaU The Cincinnati CommercialTribune contains the following complimentary womanIbtlast J Reltt of 162C Broad way Miss Erma Belts scored in a pianoforte recital at tho Cincinnati Conservatory of Music on the evening Hof Iaji5 Miss Reltt has a fluent technique a delightful touch and elegance of style and roe was the re cipient of tho hearty applause of her hearers as well as of many beautiful Powers honoring the occasion of her first appearance In an entire recital Miss Relti 1s a candidate for grad nation In 1910 Her program was Two Pianos Phantasy F Minor Mozart OpiPresto Largo E manta MInuetto Rondo Allegro Loves Dream E Major Liszt 73 Chopin Plano Solos Polonaise C Minor Op 40 No J Chopin Loves Dream E Major Liszt Waltz E Minor Chopin Two PknoaTho Mandolin Player Op 86 Rclnecke Under the Cypress Trees Op 86 Relnccke Gavotte and Musette Op 200 Batf Mrs Reltz went to Cincinnati last week to attend her daughters recital Jilt Reitz U an attractive and gifted girl Mr Tom P Coburn of Arkansas City Iis visiting in the city and will I leave Frldayi on Ii business trip fo Chicago I Mr Earl Young of near Metrop oils 1 II visiting In the city today MrC T Clements of Cairo is in the city today on business Mr C H Cummins went to Princeton this morning on business Llttlo Miss Emma Goodloo the daughter of Mr and Mrs E C Good loc of Lttl6 Cypress Ii seriously 111 of cholera Infaatum Mr D Rudolph of Little Cypress U Ill ot malarial fever Mr Rudolph will attending the aorsaall school at Bowling Green and had to r t1 home owing to his Illness raII Mr and Mrs T S na ell of 536 Harrison street are the proud par ante of a boy baby Mr Robert Hlllo of Bandana Is In the city on bulnow v Mrs M A Beuysoq of Greenville Tex II vlsljlap Mr and Mrs H C Warden Mr1 and Mrs James Hofllch have returned from San Antonio after a several weeksviMt a dltlrs J A Denton of 11281 Md Mrs H iRi Robertson Trimble street heat to Metiop oils today on a vlstt Mr Frank Foster of Ninth and Adams streets who has been criti cally 111Is Improving slowly Mr J H Nash feaster mechanic went to Fulton today to attend a staff meeting of the Tennessee dl vtsten Mrs H A Harmon arrived last night from Dubuque Iowa on a visIt to Mrs JI Doll 304 North Ninth foraer home In Knoxvllle Tenn Mr and Mrs Eo A Strow returned te tholt borne In Benton this morn IngMr H TS RUssell of Mayfleld Is In tho city toda on business Mr Horace Pago went to Eddy vllle today on business Mrs Jessie Frldell of Annapolis returned today after a visit with Mrs D E Wilson Mr HQ Houston of Fulton Is In the city this atteraooa oa Duch nesa FAMOUS BEAUTIES Women Kaev Ilbw to Care IFrcacli For the Italy At the beauty as Franc three years ago gold medals were awarded to fivedUferent women A society reporter who interviewed all five won alntke Interest of hlaI paper reported that all of them hadl beautiful hair and that each of theI berlrI aIspent thoI best years of his life la perfecting this great halt tonic I I In giving his recipe to the people I ho said Parisian Sage Is the most delightful hair dressing lathe world but It Is more than a hair dressing I It cures dandruff by killing tbo I1 InIJI I I vigor and strength to the kale roots It prevents the hair from turning gray And any woman can havoI beautiful soft and luxuriant halt InII one week by using Parisian Sage I I I Gilberts drug store soils Parisian Sago at 50 cents a large bottle an t guarantees It to do all that It 1 I claimed for It or money refunded odovary package This letter will prove It To say SageIcompletely my scalp and stopped the hair from fall Ing out and simultaneously eradicat ing tho dandruff germs Is only sltnr ply stating the facts as they are In my individual ease I shall alway- feel I deeply grateful to your medicine for accomplishing such I resultII J Albert Bhermer 32 I 1V Detroit Mich Feb 16 1909 I Mrs charles E Graham left this morning for Louisville to attend tho Baptist convention which la meeting this week 11 Mr Heriri Ovorby went to Paris Tenn this morning on business Sir and Mrs Herbert Jeffries of tbe Cochran apartments at Ninth and Monroe streets left yesterday for Dayton O on a visit Mr William Harley of Blrdsvllle Is in the cup on business today The Rev J R Riley and the Rev W R Jones left t day to attend the Southern Baptist convention In ses- sIon In Louisville this week Mrs Charles Lee who has been the guest of Mrs David C Wright left yesterday r Jackson Tenn hom011InMrs Samuel Shackleford of Frank fort will Arrive today to visit Mrs Harry Tandy and Mrs Edmund P I Noble at Rosemary Miss Myrtle Decker left Tuesday night fpr Canton O to Join her father Mr A J Decker who is In bUlllnellthere Miss Decker will also vlslft relatives In Columbus Q She has been the guest of her sister Mrs Calhoun Rloke1la thlacltr for I several weeks 1 Miss Carrie Warren left4tke2orai- ng j for Louisville on a visit to Mrs Emery 8 Graham ot Crescent H1U Mr M T McCann went tg Prince ton this morning on a visit I Mrs Louis Hasman and little child of Clinton Ill are the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Klger of the Smith apartments on South Fifth street I I Abdul Lets Go Ten Millions t Belgrade May 12Abdul Hamd authored EnTer Boy one of tho leaders of the Young Turks to draw ItelgnIt death sentence In tho coming court t martial If ho would turn that sum over to the government Mrs Annie Pleased New York May 12Mrs Annie widow of the man Halns shot teddy expressed herself as well satisfied with the verdict We didnt clamor 1 AUIwethe verdict of the Jury Is convincing proof of tho great wrong hams did MO when ho robbed me of my bus band and my children oftbey father I I StopHands up Throw yoarotd- winter t hat away come here Ilatltke i and get your Straw many another wise man let- eiei or lug Our stock la tho largestii i and best selected in Padueaaj and you will make no mlstake Each style has the stamp ot correctness and sdded b their good virtues Is the mark of low prices SI100 600a I WRIGHT BROTHERS WELCOMED HOME BY THEIR TOWNSMEN New York Mar 12NDether they want to or not Wilbur and OrvlUe Wright realized today they will have lo stand In tho epot light When they asked for mall at the hotel they were given several hundred letters and a big packet of telegrams Although invitations continued to pour In on tho brothers they adhered to their Intention to start home this evening Dayton Will Welcome Them IJDaton 0 May 12AII Dayton Is to turn out to welcome tho Wright brothers when they arlvo here tomor achgolmatetwill withIkinga Unitedwillste tendered by 600 friends Bunting thnparade to their home NEWS OF uRm 00 CourtsagainstJandtasksagainst property of the defendant located at 704 South Eleventh street It Is alleged that a Judgment was given In the circuit court and that It has never been paid Mamie Chambers flied suit for divorce against her husband Harry son Chambers Thocduple was ni Ir rled April 1 1897 and they separated In Ifldl She alleges be has failed to support her Bessie Royal filed suit against Thomas Royal for divorce alleging abandonment The couple was married July 5 1904 and separated In 1905 Carpenters Local 530 Members contributing labor to the Good Shepherd house Wallace park will Madly report to Mr George Wal beI1toremakel1IrepaaUoD8 tho f7thREV EDW C MALLISTPR Inspects Packing Houses fc Chicago May 12Secretary Wil son made a personal inspection of the packing house plants today in order to sea whether dbg government regu lations Tovrafngtbo killing and dressing of meats are being observed Wilson has been conferring hero for several days with the meat Inspectors A Moro Hint The young man had married the rich mans daughter arid wasnt kill ing himself with work to support her toltakLook here he said emphatically why dont you go to works I dont have to the EonInlaw ffrO1terTIalways to support you nut you will leave us some thing I Not much I wont There wont be anything to leave I T lawwaalarmedGreat I you dont mesa totell me you have nothing Thats about the size of It rote sonlnIaw devoted himself to profound thought for several set ondsI have a suggestion to offer he tad in a businesslike What is IU asked mannerII Well I suggest that you outiay t25HfEtIUe insurance on yourself to save wear and tear on my mind Illustrated Bits Ifie Ambassador May 12he presl dent sent the nomination of Oscar S Strauss of New York formerly score tarp of commerce and labor to be ambassador to Turkey William Woodvllle Rockhlll of the District of Columbia present minister to Pekin j to be ambassador to Russia Charily Not Trespass I A well known angler who had been fishing tit whole day and got nothing but bites was accosted one of the keepefswho said byll Are you aware this water is prlvj ate and that you are not allowed to tike fish from IU I Great Scott replied the angler j Im not taking your fish Im feed Ing them TitBits1 I I And what tho the smart things In ladles shoes T asked the now cus loafer The ladles feet laughed tho shoe clerk who had been forcing I No B toot Into No 2 shoes Chicago NewsII I I HARMELINGTAILOR KUIVEI TO 522 IROADWAY 1 I Harts Ne- wFREE3ZERTILE NEWEST TILING IN ICE CREAM FREEZERS A perfect wonder In makeup as well 88 price Has 3 motions mak ing tho cream light and smooth Hart Cash PriceIaL 2 qt 5125 3 qt 150 4 qt 175 Prices that have sever been named before la this city oa first qual ity freezers The United States Trado Report Feb let says Our methods consists in examining closely all the various makes without tho knottier r of any IPS nufactnrcr Intcrcntel or maklnx any clutrge or rrtelvlrig any Rifts We are prepari t lo say there Is no make of friercr on tho mnrkrt equal to this one They are mado of best rmitvilal durable thoroughly sanitary easy to oper ate and economical as the freezing Is done quicker with less Ice than any freezer on the market and will give entire satisfaction rJU31QUICK HARTS TilE PLACE lla11laIJJ GEO 08 HART SONS CO IncorporaVdi IjI WANT ifr ROOMS for rent 1122 Clay St- roH l SALE OR KENT Home App y 100O Jefferson Reasonable FOOli RENT Apartment 1n HechtLflats 511 Adams street ORCHESTRAL organ for sale Old phone 923- PUItNISHED front room for rent 332 North Sixth- d10TORCYCLE for sale 636 Sou Fifth oBlGlITJ1orse motor for sale ea at The Sun omce- fHORT ORDERS Doc anansI open all night 219 Kentucky avenue i FOR SALEHouse and lot 63 George st- nAIR OOODS made to order Louvenla Miller Old phone 374a WANTED House boy at 300 Broadway Phone 694 w FOR 8ALE Nice buggy horse 71 years old 1700 Broadway HORSB WANTED Apply atrcct Inspectors office New phone 746 WANTED A secondhand tent State size and price Address P O box 538 cty- WANTE Ladles to distributei cir culars light work good wages G R VIIcare Sun J R MORGAN Horse saoalag general repairing rubber tires 408 South Third street REWARD for the return ot Ml Trezevanta lame brown pony Old phone 1215TJtaple leaf pin north aide Finder please return to this office an reecho reward GOOD bargains In gasoline launch Iri mouth of Island creek j J Hen lien FOR CLEANING and repair n harness see Paducah Harness an Saddle C- QWHATant be beat Our salt rising bread Buke Densch New phone 280- WANTEDYoung man or lady willing to work and capable ot quick promotion Credit Tailors 307 Ken tucky avenue FURNITURE bought sold and ex changed 0 W Baugh 205 Sout- Third h New pkono 901a LACE curtains laundered and stretched Old phone 1442a Moil Meyers FOR RENT Five room house 5 acres ground 4 miles from town o Cairo road Old phone 1373 OFFICE counter aad partition IIn Applyatl JiOUSE Just ompleted for sae o rent at a bargain Call 2406 Broadway Phone 913R HARTMAN Rust hitch yard 325 North Third street Special ladles waiting room Board hones wanted LAWN MOWERS sharpened w phone 1 9Jobn Grelf 318 Washington roUND Ice water tree from taste of Ammonia Phone 154 lade pendent Iceaad Coal Co I C NEWTON all ycleanIng pressing repairing Phones old 743a New 378 207 8 4th St t10UROLD WALL paper cleaned Made to look new Old phone 2029 FOR SALE Three iron mantles and small cooking tovoOld phono 368 318North Nlata buggiesBignesscall at Slfr Kentucky avenue SHver JartwrlgJit proprietor WANTED We put new covers ma irabreUoif while you walt Large stock of umbrellas EyeSee Jewelry Co 3 1 5 Broadway FOR RET=Three room cottage Aaros- FOR ATE gh room house with bath and sewerage connection 037 Monroe Mrs BL Mallory fhbne 694w or 185 YOR RENT 9room house 4 to- J 10th 90foot lot high and dryp both hot and cold water Modern plumbing L D Sanders 316 Broad Via r Y 1 s + SHAMPOOING Manicuring Ad phono 711 futnitudeNewMONEY savedby buying your grp eljJDIF YOU WANT finest post cards made In city go to Hunts 112 South Third FOn RENT The hotel at Norton vllle Apply to F M Fisher for In I formation FOR RENT Second tlorapartl I meat Izt Sans Soul apartmenteJ Cookthran potnpapdours mode min cut hair or eonaV lags Addle Gore 8 12 Caldwell Old phone 1098 careGGet and than you could at 1 eIIw Laun dry Phone 200 SEE Fooks Lumber company for 0all kinds of screening Odd sizes made to order Both phones 1276 1001 to 1027 Monroe UMDJIlELLKne overed and re paired Residence calls and dolly cry Cheaper tthan the rest J R Robertson 217 South Seventh St propoaltloapayweats Eye See Jeweky Co 315 Broadway FO SALEGrocery stock sue Statutes Best location te elty Small stock Eslabllshed business of seven years Address M B care Sun eYOUR LACE curtain need clean ing You will make no mistake in sending them to the Star Laundry Phone 200 ldper month Clothes tailed for and phoneesLOSTA tortoise shell hairpin set II with brilliants and lavendar orna red wardWAT DMen with good appear ance to travel and canvass Good proposition Hxpenses advanced Call on H B Brlnaiey St Nicholas hotel J bt JONB6 for pianos and organs Prices right Cash or easy payment plan Tuning and repairing A spa clalty 218 Broadway MRS CHA8 FREDERICK Sew ing machine Wheeler Wilson and Singer a specialty Expert repairing and adjusting Office 233 North Sixth 1390eWANTEDTwo or three good men to work on farm and dairy wellnrecommended Old phone 3343 wages for the right man pocketttook BredwayOld phone 1067 jthetherahang nicely and dry them upon rframes that make them square and stretch them smooth and sued Star Laundry Phone 200 FOR RENT Nice cottage oa Bridge street near four factories four large rooms nicely papered TWO attic rooms city water large garden spot Hogan grocery 122 Kentucky avenue LADIES and Gentlemens Straw and Panama Hats cleaned by Victor Champion Straw Hat Cleaner JSec mad year In Paducah SaM aeUea guaranteed Both phone 916 408 H Broadway FOR RENT The storebouse on Ninth and Tennessee streets one of the best grocery stands In the city Price reasonable Alsoseveral 1 other dwlllngs for rent Apply to Jake Blederraan S 7th St l f WANTED You to bow If reme dies have failed Lee chiropodist never tails to give 1Instant relief fey corns bunions aad Ingrowing nails at 103 South Fourth Residence calls Phone 991r TELEPHONE J M ftlclusaater coal wood baled straw tease Itopasture lot stock cause kraut end purest whisky In the city fer medi cal purposes fl per quart OW hone 578 new fto Its tlie privilege ot a hatter to aiseaminnp 1 Ir A r Attr ItTIDI1DTJOA1f Dff WRDJffWDAY MAY J3 i t I i ISINGBReAST the ordeal with safety No who MothlrSFrffltlneed fear the to birth for it UeSI the of its dread and insures safety to life of mother and leaving her in a condition more favorable to recovery The cluld is also agoodnaturedwets by arnica REGULATOR CO MotaQaSCHOOL NOTES Tho A Senior class of the High esC+ terday afternoon and visited the grower plant of the PaducahLiahtand Power company The students have havetporformedtricity but made the trip to see tho actual working of the large dynamos that supply the city with light and toviewdynamos are at tho plant AS well ias constantimprovement Aft9rvisitingwent to the sunken steamer Geor- giayT and viewed the diver at work accompaniedF1 JEdwardJ afternoont spade bearer Mr Gllsgn will re ceive the spade from Mr Edward =l1li4 LAnd many other and distressing ailments from which most mothers suffer usingMtheredy is a Godsend to expectt ant mothers them through critical woman fsuRerihg hiciderit ordeal speedy to- saADraELD painful carrying T1IERSFiFRIEN t j Mitchell the present spade bearer on class night Tho election of spadel bearer Is by jtho members of tho class and Is quite nti honor to receive the emblem of toll The present Junior class will in turn prevent tho spade to Its successor 7TCOIIOTi IN SIEDICINKS Alcohql is the best known pre servatlvo of medical compounds a tho average proprietary medlgl contains from 1C to 20 per catst which is the smallest possR amount to preserve tho Ingredients while tho averago doctors prcscrjp l tlon contains from 25 to PO per ceatj r Such standard preparations a Lydla E Plnkhams Vegetable CotsI pound contain but 18 per cent and they oven put the Compound up 1 tablet form which the overscrup of1 alcohtoIsaac who has just recovered fro typhoid Doctor YQu have charged me for four Weeks calls I will pa for only three weeks Doctor But I calledon you every ytor four weeks Mr Isaac i ancVell de I was one week I was delirious rind I Didnt see TOU eomo Inltte INnEPENDENTCJ9 R co BUILDERS l iHOTEL VICTORIA i a rJroadway Fifth Avenueand27tkSt NEW YORK In MM CMrtrt- W tilt dttv IMfMfttriet A H 1 Clue akLrC IIamea tcikconrloe ntktly 1 = kr nl4iU Xala INtIaac of son d T r- ta aIo 1- MII =ud com to reeDedJ AlSOLUTELY IiFJftEPftO TIT lupwardlUHWCAN Pnomicroi I bPI Gordon Manager late ot King Edward Hotel Tomato QuuMU uIt J OXK SACK IS ENOUGH j To Provo the superiority of MOMAJA brand of flour Try one with your next grocery order and thero will be no doubt In your mind on that point n Tho Mpmaja flour Is making new friends every day and keeping Its ort ones Its baking qualities aro BO c Calient that onco tried It becomes a 2 necessity to every good housekeeper F L jDistributersj byJ 1140 Broadway v In 1 f UT PRICE SALEt 15000 5 cent plants for less than 3 cents 85000other plants to select from See our stosk before I placing orders DROStI MITCHELL 4 WARDE- NELECTRICAL WORKS v I i IIMotors Dynamos House Wiring Repairing and Supplies 4 t t A Eve x Ythjn g E1ecfical I I t 326328 S Third St Paducah Ky w JJho 1S New423Old81aJ r l r = L i t WHITS SLAY BILL PASSB I tJr By Illinois floncTriffic I I Females Made JEolopF Penal Instltutloivi jlCvempted From I patrol iIrpvlateapolUgarIthdgt l j s J i t st3NATL ADOITED ASIENDMEXT i Sprlngflejd Ill May 12 Tho penal fend reformatory Institutions of the state are exempted from tko pr visions of the state board of control blt by the action of the senate when It reconsidered the vote by wbtclhj Senator Potters amendment elimI sting bozo Institutions from tho con trot of the board was reconsidered and Potters amendment was then adopted bye yoto of 26 ta 2U Clarks amendment to make tb number of cprainlsslonQra threel whichIIresidents pf Springfield and amend J I Bhaljlcommissioners down to five was 1lost but the salary of the commissioners II7IiOO In qrlglnal bill was cut J JGOQO per year IsloyB amendment tQ make the salaries 2pS0 being tabled the bill vas then advanced to third reading fillepsons mqtjqn to postppno con sldcratlon of tho Chicago charter billy to tqmqrrow morning was carried 22 to 21 This bill seams lobo etITho deep water gill Isji special ori lder for tomorrow morning IB tho lipase I Tho house passoa t ederer8 wp write slave bills which makes it felony to entlccj a female for the pu poses of prostitution and for keeptn o eln a house of prostitution forth 0 payment of debt- 1nlployers x 1bIUtr Dill I The house passed the employers liability pill which ins bitterly oP7 posed In the committee by tho railI roads led by the Burjlngtpn roadI the bill provides that no laeuranc which an emploYe las with his com pang shall bo a bar against Instltut t ins siifta tar damages for injury o deathThe house committee on nppro irlatlons this afternoon allowed np proprlatlona for tho University of 111 Ilnols aggregating 2343000 or 1Iloss than what was askedII or by the university- Young Girls fro cUmllII of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prob pi from Dr Kings New1 Life PillaII tho worlds best remedy for sick and headaches They inako pu i bUlldJJup1 1 who struck nie for a dime days ago Beggar Yep sir but l metlt I cant keep me e p nee1 lower than 3 1 =3 cents a dayi American I I District court of the United rates western district of Kentucky One Folhelm et alj petitioners VB Sam1 1tThis1 tore by Bradshaw Qradshaw thel 118ro1JttI s j thlrespondentI t alt8lsRtlrfora4t dar Pf31ny 1109attO ocloc aRillstkattenthe clerk of this court to each orj ll1manj publication be made by one Insertion the Paducah Daily halt a daily newspaper published la taM dtetrkt A Copy Atteets r i S + A O RONALD ClerkII y tfNewfer That r- l New Setd HarnessL- et l us show you our patents harness It wars like a pigs nose We give w cla attention of to repairing wasblng and olllsgtharness and carry afull line of horse collars hal88Ic alBSJI Is whips sponges OlskIDB curry combs brushy lap co dusters fly nets and everything In tho harness line TH JUuiXiMi0i lirtwCi rieerleadCir TMfll Ml fHtMff JhHH IIn uu p I ule Disk harrows aaA plows sharp oarfi as good as new 4 Icer dtOrlSIO Wo1E4 OPedilo c MiNs v8I1 st ff- 1Mr a s i MUST flLIVE IT Whets WeUtiaoWU rab Prop i plainlyD Is madel by a representative of Padur cahthe proof Isl1 boiltlve Yon mut 1helleve It tRead this teUtHIay EV1 err baekacho sufferer Overt man woeren or child with any klAli tro bJe1U find profit in the reading Wi H Smith 112 S Fourth St Pabcaa Kf saysIMY Sack Iron bled tao for years sad often ached so vrrely that I had to He down I1 could not get liP without kelp and though I received comb tellef from the plasfers and remedies r tried W lOI tfpubie a1waYi returned again IIp ssori timeI as sqvero as ever p aayertirid and I procured a box at PU Befcgon tt Cos drug afore I pu se them as directed and In about aWlOkj- a t was able to go align my work as uSual The sameness In my backj and shoulders disappeared zed my kidneys were soon performing StateaonljW1 Cun41toSfayLumlo IOn February 18 1W7 MIl Smltt said I take pleasure In again e dOffing Deans KldnoyPtile as I apt believe they have an equal ft J curing kldnc bmplalnt I have no t hldan attack pf this trpijblo btu 190 H i PrkezrqJ+ i New York sole agents tor tbe Unite 4 itatesl Remember the iamo Doani 1 al take no other 3l II6RESSJJJII i i SLIDE IN DIBCUSSIOX OP TAIIIFK aX SKXATE i i rotcctlrrUygWashington May 12 Spedal II Substantial progress was made 1 la consideration of tho tariff bill the i amendments of the committee on enalobfoof the days session was a generaldl j parltylj prces 6f commodities which ho Ro publican senators declared was too dotlottedy d1 small bffcct on the price paid by the consumer This feature of tho discussion r precipitated by Senator Scott himselft a glass manufacturer On hIs dealk glaaswattoi whjch he uspdhp iemphaslrp blll ro marks qa the tariff atlalleaUorel a roaenfta piece Tumblers which are sold at retail for 250 a dozen wo sell at la cents a dozes Goblets that once loetri2GD r paying Uie people tp carry this glassware srlhe added lisleitoekadraatage of Scotts c- hiblltonlomake d point In Support of tko xotectlvd policy ant whole waulddgastho policy or protcUoa fists nq rela prevailr Flint died ail air Instance n set 01FrrlIfevlland cilna which coat allot allI import duties and other expense 5 were JaJ1i1O89 et the retailer iJi his country got jot for It Another arllclo thai cost teen ta to Import I ltd at retail for l3rGo I Smppt cliedtho cart of rotor matiII t 8 oIj351NNldosen dtavel ho said manufac t for ITlO iier dozen sold fox MetPllror24 a dozen Thetprices o eald had t with tho protective tariff benUJiC compared wlUt the retail prices th I tariff charge7aaebaillb- lcLaurln defended too retail Deal ers agalset tie charges of Cxtorlleat I the retailersI would trade KtherHmtertpoJc tq charge tooI much per fae highl prices realt thi tartif I S The dl ettsfeir continued on these lines at roars efl tW until tho win dow aloes acheAUlewas reached 8mondmertsltotended to j reve tiH the future aAY combination amo kr manufacturers others ta tha IBdultrj from pit ting up prices He safd at this tlmoIthat tbo domestic price of such glue lets than the duty added to the cost of Manufacturing the product that ees petJoH was Sling bo price to tlie coBamrer- An animated colloquy occurred pe I wean the Iowa senator and Senator William Alden Smtththe latter de claring that the senaWr from Iowa Js a portion to make good a cam ain ptogiispI to reduce custbfeja duties pbickJiel1d hot feet under obligation to do I voted fflrtIle DIngloy bill said Smith and I vd no apology to make for tt vote The senatpr from Tops f arltig some posslbk combination among the felass manu facturer In MItt fBture wishes tp bring tho forelffn nwnufacturers A little nearer to his American com jigtItow1 glass ached was a eompleLtedt r1rg schedule 4h1tiwi1 et sed are1be thApnanq b mI e Jte iH 4etit to milks some in the dgtfeaae previously did Adjourwd until to mOliclY IIIii r L LlI M I ATERthiN M i tVUlIHatt if18vt After limplylng Three ThMUAMl tial eylone Fortysix Casts WlIvllt 4 blooms 1 Now York ilay 13 Thrco tk611 I tboJtivotjJordanalong North Mooro street put of lets enormous casks cqvefed with TurklaM seals wjillo m crowd Of small bayr watched It flow In a turbid stream 4anbdwater which Jookejl a little autW- eitnnd had a slight odor 4 IIThoro cola no ceremonies whefl part gftho sacred titer was flowlaig ihroughWo gutter and down fIeto the leewCr but IelCr In the daythe ColI ItonelCoh Cliff Nadaud of Ken tuck droppcd Ihtb the iMayo Campbell vrarehoUce and Ked Whoi thd rest of that Joidanwatrwoaldl ttbo thrown out r tho Secretary of thef company wild lhqdqwerettaking up a lot of room and ibftf would havtfto bo getltag them out egevery day or two until it Was all jMJj f fJJI the shape of h cross that tho cotesel had manufactured to bo emptied iota countryaand Europe ho really jdldnt known what to do with Jhom and they wore taking up a lot of room tea i The colonel formed the lateral tlonal River Jordan cetapany some time ago and Imported the water fon baptismal purposes His JlCltemtff proved chimerical however jf I guess Ill fo back to politics again said the coloael as ho turned away from tho gutter eutsldo tho warehouse where a few pools of tho Jordan water atIllrmained Ilule OB Society vents la tWtinburgh 1 wed1dingtnusnt provide over two kcgtof beer Otherwise tho police are liable tq pinch tho wedding party and put n stop to the fcstlvlttea before tho par son Is through with tho tying up yrac- caa j The latest precedent was act by the officers of tho First police dutrlct yes tends when a delegation of residents of LawrcncOvlllo appeared to ask fore a permit for a wedding And the celel bratlon Incident thereto next Sunday How many kegs of beer asked Inspector Uartley boqt ten Itgucas was tho re- Ply And dancing esa band Bald the brIde groom tobe proudly No permit said Hartley hastily Not with that quantity of beer and a full bandwell hardly Superintendent McQualdo was lip pealed to but without avnUr You might have biro or two Instruments for tho music and about twoeighths of boorbutnothingdoingwith that amount of boor and a full band on Sunday Pittsburgh Dispatch Ao scientist I1Jltbo cholera gCtD1- lopka like a comma Possibly but when it Ota Into a mans system It la apt to put the Anal period to his ex listcnce 1iirrnlIntlIxtle Oklanwas an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would euro a frtflht ful lungrackng coughi that had lie fledalt rremedies for two years After six month ho returned death dogging hi 8tepsThen I began- to nee Dr Stngd Nqw DlecovCrTr- he writesfrand alter taking sixbot I am as well as liver It eaves- housands yearly from dczperato lung dlscaeea Infallible for Coujths sad OropThroat Cures Grip Broechltls Hemorrhages AsilimiCraup Whoop r lag Cough SOc and 1100 trial fee ie free guaranteed ItaU druggJstfP Upgardson Isnt a tawut over a I patent right about the dullest this ITOU ever saws f ftomNqt always I attended a tQefunnynamed Short was reading p 6860= yrlelC4caej cult- iE G- Y Ir Lkll AtL s of r J 1 The kCntUCkJ Mo and Mach JUJi ca NIY- For repairing cJial tang or f or ifttorlng yeurautoapbll wet us Better resulU for lees a rfj OiCLj1CbYftfrl rittJf td 7t1 fcrson streets Dour phones M r L Cu tittyPni ft Civ+ s Advketto the t Salesman rSat l l bblerwhichbumsdefatit4Abhor J At J yXoubetter go into some other busineee 1 SineeIvebeenwithFels4Nwithoutcling8ftfler l ay If c FGIs Jtfaptha w ll take grease out of waterv1It joosensg alhkinds df greascuick as a winkand hakes outycyerytmccoflthc spot That s why oi tcliers aRflpailiters andmachitljists ciqthing can be washed l betterwuh FelsN ptha than any other wa- ylIcs4 qsiFt tpP in summer or winter requires no bpijin hot Avaterjior hardarubbing and imakcs fi better Job Qflf jr t Because Felsfcfaptha dissolves grease talmQstJngtantly women who Have tried it lprcfcrEglsNapthll to any othcr soap for jvasliing dishes r here is no necessity for puttingthe thands in hot water i Puts a line polish on glass andchina tt is likewise superior in cleaning coats I pr rugs or QurtaiQs t or anything else thata 4 j has beqprae spotted or soiled y In fact you will find that anything 0clcanablc can be cleanedquickcr and better aridjeasicr wall FelsjNaptha And for laundry purposes FelsNajptha j ahaysvahedandhar riibbrng vvay J irectionHor all purpoic are printed on the back of the red and green wiper ri1 ay BOTH molIID DUIVK8 sea entTaae ILJterwe or rig bore asp apriM8 tied la speed aad action Our earrhKH sad barns alp kept te like pest of GoelUoa KoMy tie wtot plowedwith TOT TULLY LIVBRT U zed X ataeky slveao Both Etemes 47tt J fJt r J r = 1 City Tranfrto fJD I J r JAeJr 4 tJ H1ffafa qf Hauling Sccondj t and Washington Strcctiif W rLous for Stora g Both PJones 499 omnrc 0 kt I I c J 1 LL W r NI trrlllI vie CO k Itpesstefr- earik 1 II R JIUPYy 110 n JtJ Rr K In InJ CtTIZSAiSAl 1f Y I 14- w er L i Thlrd and Broad vay Cityapwbry Slate DeUIry t Capital v ni 8100000 Barplta jYMl V 4IIIOO40 iititeak + Jw illty 1 L 100000 refad fAoeoggtaj I jjI f tt MllM well M lafge deporiu apd a6e9rd to All thee pesrteoss V- tTMUMSit J i A 1 INTEM =i PjMD PNTIMEDRPJOHT5 f h t+N ll it ibl4ya r i4 n OMsK lUTDllOAr W HTS FROM 7 Tp 8 OOLO K F ii r 0 0 0 jAtl m ADOOmJIJVUfo tI 1iff fllnxr XiL IJ L u Kw d 1 And many other painful and ISIHGj dIstressing ailments From J sufferSR u ant mothers tarryingl them through the critical ordeal with safety No woman who u Mothers Friend need fear the suffering incident to birth for it robs I the ordeal of its dread and insures safety to life of mother and chid leaving her Inamore favorable to speedy coven The child is healthy strong and natured Oar book ebnUlnhiB We Int9r111aUall tree by writing to- BRADHIELD REGULATOR CO AtUnt Oi SCHOOL The A Senior class of school weht on an Inspection herday afternoon and I t power plant of the Paducah od = Power company The I studied physics at school performed tho experiments Itrlclty but made the trip to actuall working of the large that supply the city with power The plant is a good Trlewas some 6f the oldest dynamos are at the plant JIB I the latest designs and the improvement in tho ge electricity could be noted visiting the power house went to tho sunken steamerrftwand viewed the diver Prof W A Evans tho class on tho trip Spade Bearer Edward Gllson of tho A class was elected ycstejdny noon by the members of the spade bearer Mr Gllsgn calve thq spade frost Mr I I I t l present spade bearer m Tho election of spade the members of thq an honor to receiver toll The present to turn present Jthe IX MKDICINKS the best known pre compounds an EdwardMOT proprietary medialP10 1G to 20 per cen smallest poasip tho Ingredients doctors presqrjpi t from 25 to CO per cent preparations as Vegetable Qom4 but IS per cent and the Compound up I which tho overscrup who objects to nlijoliolt may use has just recovered fro you have charged calls I will pay weeks Doctor But I every d ror Tou IsaacrVell dere I was dellrldus rind I como Inbite r PENDErtrci c co PI PERSI HOTEL VICTORIA v Broadway Fifth Avenueani27thStTNEW YORKI 1 IN UM Cwrtre J illite SItettttMtI Dlaklate A tt- Copk4 ClaN1HteL I ha InMpolt MU FumUiten d ropWfbId t 1ouI mdaaa I7 111II J 1 cdkNo c b i tpMnd SQO 5SI V IIad ua =ud I 7m I ABSOLUTELY J F1REPROQF I OM upwardfUfGDraat Pucrmtro 1 IIJ Angus a Ode Manager late of f fUag Edward lintel Toronto headse I ONE SACK IS KXOUGII I To prove the superiority of MOMAJA brand of flour Try one with your next grocery order and there will bo no doubt In your mind on that point Tbo Mqmaja flour is making new friends every day and keeping lie old ones Its baking qualities are so ex ccllcnt that onco tried It becomes a necessity to every good housekeeper a PI JJDistributersJJ 1110 Broadway yIyy- S ar e r UT PRICE SALE6 15jOOO 5 cent plants for less than 3 cents t 85000other plants to select from 1 See our stosk before4 placing ord- ersSCHMAUSl BROS Both Phones 192 J MITCHELLt 6 WARDEN l ELECTRICAL WORKS i Motors Dynamos House Wiring 1 Repairing and SI calJa fJ 1 326328 S ThJrdSt Paducah Ky a t Jhoprss New 423kOld48la- T II i 1 WHITE SLAYEI- g BILL PASSBI D J r By Illinois floHSCTraffic 11iJ Females Made Bclopy s 1 IViuil Institutions jlvvcwpteU From Provisions ot134arF1gGCPyllrol11P1 j 1 t SENATE AnOl Elf ADI1hNDME T j SprlngOeJd ItIMay 12 penal and reformatory Institutions tho state are exempted from tire p visions of the state board of coat blltby thq action of the senate w it rCQnl1d red the vote by wh Senator Potters amendment cllmlni sting thoio Institutions from thocon trpt of the boned was reconsidered and Potters amendment was t ion 21Clarks thd set fludcompels tho cooimlRslQnera to amel0lId al notroturnj lost A motion to cut the number lot commissioners down to five was 10 7but the salary of the cutntd I50QO per years Isleya Amendment Leitabledej nit to third reading rtlepsons motlqn to postppno con slderation of tho Chicago charter hilt to tomorrow morning was carried 22 to 2L This bill seems to be lost rTho deep water bill IsA special ori dot for tomorrow morning In the House The house passes l cderers two white slave Dills which makes lt felony to entice a temple for the pi poses of prostitution and for keept one In a house of prostitution for t payment of debt x iilltloycrs Liability tBIH The house passed the employe liability bill which Wjus bitterly oI posed In the committee by tho rall roads led by the Burlington road The bill provides that no insurance which an employe has with his com pany shall bo a br against Instltut Ing stets for damns for injury death The house committee qn appro priations this afternoon allowed ap proprlatlons for the University of 1 llnols I aggregating 2343000 or i 40000 less than what was askedII for by the university Young Girls Arc IelhnsII of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and proWpti euro from Dr Kings New Life Pill the worlds best remedy for sick an nervous headaches They make pu i blood and strong nerves and bull up your health Try them 25c i all druggists Pazterby Seer here you are t threoldaysi expenses any lower than 3 13 cents ndaytf Baltimore American I District court of the United Sate western district of Kentucky Qus I Folhelm et all petltloners vs San fas el R Ullman respondent This day tame the petitioning cre Itqrs by Bradshaw Bradshaw the p heroIIn1 j tholrcsPondentborcln t proJceeclIngsJa a hearing on on 24th day of May l Olat 10 ocloc m at Louisville Kentucky an ten days notice by mcUbe given1 the clerk of this court to each tho creditors at said Samuel R UI man and that ten days notice by InsortlonlcInt newspaper publshe2 ln sold district- A Copy +Attest v A G RONALD Clerk Mew fer That i New SetofJiarness Let us show you our patenttharness It wears Ikea s t nose We give special attention to repairing washing and ollleg of harness and carry a full line of horse collars hamea chainsIIis whips sponges cbaraojs skins curry combs brufihes lap so dusters fly nets and everything In the harness line 14eAI IIXrlpJtggl fCYalaiuCOW locorvorated barM i+alWyJrssN i I I I ale Disk harrows and plows sharp- QnPt1 as good P1I wtBE roN MJh il ortlil4 chiI 1te i91R J1US1 1 RELIVE 1T Wliea WellKnow Plainly r dttcah reap- TcllItSo J jJ tlyeq publlc epdorseatcallsma by apreseatatiro citizen qt Wed cahthe proof Js positive You mait beMeve if Rend this te tlm fiy Bv1 err backache sufferer overt man woman or child with any kids troublef wIU find trout in tho readlag W II Smith 112 8 Fourth Bt Padfccati Ky saystby Jikck trot bled mo for years and often ached M jyej61y that I had to lie down could not get up without helpl am though I received some teller from the platters and remedies I tjled 1pTpei1eI ofabort time1 as severe as ever Pmto dIroll cilIChiI was stile to go about my work is usual The sm neB In ray back and shoulders disappeared and kidneys were soon performing their work In a natural WaySt8t J1en I given in 1900 + t Curckl C teSUyCMrol I tit mthat t+ l darning Deans KJdaeyPH s aI j tlJJ curing kidney eomplafnt I have ne4 tid an attack pf this trouble btu iiSOOv I aFor jale br Ail dealers Price Lq cJIttn FoiterMilbijtn Co Buffalo Jl York sole agents for the Unite JwIc Remember te ARCtoaaa- ndtake s jno pther t n jJ PROGRESS 4t i MADE IX DISCUSSION OP TAIHFMl N S1yNATE i i Protcctlrvq Bylittyha+ I Wahln ton May 12 Special tt- I 11pamendments or the committee bn finance beleg upheld by the senate by a substantial majorltyr The feature of the days session wash general liscusslon concerning the great dll7partt- or between the wholesale and recd rr prices 6f commodities which the Rc publican senators declared was tooI great as to demonstrate that the duty hahi Cn a cQnsuJ rIThis feature of the discussion was precipitated by Senator Scott himself a gln6smanufacturer On hla desk were several pieces or glasswarer hJ8resthqtarlQd ahalfpllnra dozendcantoatpiece Tumblers which are sold at retail for 20 a dozen wo sell at onhce se1110relZIipajilngtho people tp carry this glass addedI I cxJhlbltlon I I of the otectlvo policy au whole no eald the present debate would do much to convince the people that I roledIUonIng1 In this ountrrIdied as ah Inttanco a set 0Ir I 1JiUDt china which cost allot allI II expcnseOlwcreI I I that cost 41 cents to fmporiI id at retail fbr3r50 Snoot cited the case of razor matif 3GabI a i cotndc wren for 1710 per down 141dor T1eJCt1ll1lghdo with the protective tariff becaU1d with the retail prices top ataailt retell deall era against Mio charges of extortlrn- saydagtha retailers would lose theirtl trade lf hey IIsct ertook tq charge too much lie eai1fJ1 highl prices result from the tarlif 1 i The dltiiMsieR eontlnued on these lines at t otae Ieaistttiuntil tho win dojr glass che4alo was reached Cummns qered eevoral amendmcrtanthis sekcduie eying tended to reyeiitju the future say combination amoii roanufacturfrs others la that Iustr from pdt = ting up prices He said at this time i that tho domestic price of such gIbe lets than tho duty added to tbo I cost ofsanufftcturlag the product that eempet Itlon wee fixing the price to tjie coBumer- An animated colloquy occurred pe tween I the Iowa s natqr and Senator illiam AMen Smith the latter edaring tifat the senator from Iowa Is- n a position to make good a cam J palgn ptQpJs to reduce cpatoge- duties which l1ollld not feel und r doI f I voted for the Dlngloy bill said Smith asd I kavb BO apology to make tQrJt vote The senatpr = from Iowa fearing somo pdgsibto combination among the glue manufacturers In tolefuture wishes to bring the forelsa manufacturers little nearer to his American com poUtor riel 1410 pot Action oa tho wfade glass eched was B4tt completedI The schedule corerlagttl Praatctir et lend w 4 passed V8f t tehufgesUon- Aldrich 0 rt e Ite said thfl flnanq commlttey Merited to make some In the dqttes as previously recomm V data Adjourwd until to lgolTQn r jwrEftr lUt1RD1 i Yp1IIr 1 I After HmptrlflK Three TitetiMiul 7alr qyIona FortyMx Casks Still FiU I llti New York 3tar 12 TJjrco MilI 1 MB4galla pt water from thq River rJordn were Qmptled Jntothe guttet- dlslong Nortti Mooro street out of tea enormous casks coverea fclthI JurkbK seals while a crowd pf small boys Instched It Aow In a turbid stream fttto the Greenwich treet sower jta body teemed to hanker much forJho maker whlc looked x little sfuddy sad ada tll ht odor I There wore no ceremonies when pert of iho wcrod rlVcr ores flowing through the gutter and down into the colmonel Colt fcllff Nadatid of Kea ttttcky dropped Into the aiayo1 iCampbell watttiodge and asked who Itho test of that Iordtn water would TaylortsaiddwerqqCakIng up a of room and they oncevery day or two until it wag all one i 1JtttIrA on IIM Hands 11qhad manufactured to bo oniptled Into the baptismal founts of this country and Europe ho realty didnt kaonl what to do with 1hom and tboji were taking up a lot of room toot f The colonel formed the Interim tlonal River Jordan company1 some time ago and Imported the water foe baptismal purposes His xbmA proved chimerical however Jtt- IfUCSS Ill go back to politics again paid the colonel as hit turned away from the gutter outside tho warehouse where a few pools of tho Jordan water JtJHrvmnlncd Ilule OR Society Kvcnts la tllttoburiti 1 i wadiflagHiutntprovldoover two Sot beer Otherwise tho police are liable tq Arrson U through with the tying uppro cesa J The latest precedent was eat by the omcers of the First police district yes tQrday when a delegation of residents of Lawrencevlllo appeared to pak for a permit for a wedding and tho celr bratlon ipcldcnt thereto next Sunday now many kegs of beer asked Inspector Hartley i About ten I guess was the re1 Ply And dancing yelR band said the brIde- a Broom to be proudly No permit said Oartlor haitliy+ tint with that quantity of beer and a full band well hardly Superlqtendent WcQualdo wasi appealed to but without avail You might have tine or two Instruments for the mnilc and about twoeighths of beer but nothlngnlolng with that amount of boor and a full band on- t SundayJPittsburgh Dispatch tA scientist d1lf the cholera germ lopks like a comma Possibly but when It gets Into a mans system It is apt to put the Anall period to his ex Istcncc IJOffftJIntd lulJett Wm Upchnrch of Glen OakcOklx was an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would euro a fright fur lungracking cougar that lied de Oedali irimedkB for two years After six months ho returned death dogging hl stept Then 1 began- to use Dr Kingy 1 ow DlKoverr ho writes and after taking Six tot ies I am as well ar ever Jt ears yearly from desperate lung Infallible for CougUi ftfld Colds It dispels JIoarsenc and Borg Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whoop ing Cough 50c and 1100 trial feet tree guaranteed by all druggist t Upgardson Innt a lawsuit over a patent right about the dullest tblB you ever sawsII Atom Not alwaI attended a trial of that kind epee that was too for anything A tall lawyer med Short was reading a GOO yrletCht 60 IiiQ tAlllll1111- tAM1AtlfN dMfAMD- f iU MdNIVRlSirMrdtCO The Kentucky Auto and MicNni CflipAiy for repairing vmalnUlnfng or tor storing your autompnlle ser usfletter results for leest 1- frpyvcPk9tiIil dJiiiilrJfk i ifersdn streets Both phonos 68 rl ft t aJ Anty rprudie Gjiv s dyke tto the iSilleamanr- Saieefnat f llaio pateljtaraalboiit rwmcHburnsdode t t bloa atlnugh JIogcoat thangoalor woo- dAt4vbrfldparkoudbetter go into some other buafneee jroungr man illyoii waht td make a living Since Ivo jbftdnlelHng the womorf how td wish clothetf with withoutboilingl style Gqodtjay Q t TEfiLsNaptha w Ut11kc grcasc out of clothes in cool qrlukewirmIwaterI ItioosenS allkids of greascTjuick as a wink and italces out every traccofithc spot v hat swjlybltch ji S arjclpaiixters and jpaqhJrtistJ clgt1ingcacthct washedibettcrtvtth idsN ptha than any other Way V- tI s gsipt2tpP in summer or winter vKi i requrejssJ1QboUnt Jot Water nor hard rubbing and onakcs 4 bcttcr job of1 ft I Because Eels ptha dissolves grease lalmqs IP andy women who Have tried it jpreferJpejsN ptha to any other sqap for washing dishes r There is no necessity for puttingthe hands in hot water f t Puts a fine polish on glass and china fjt 1 Jtislikewiesuveririn cleaning coats I gr rugs or Qurtains or anything else thataj hasbqQQrnespottcd or soiled 0clearand l asicr with FblsrNaptha f JFclsNpthajj washed in the oldfashionedwshboiler andhardrubbing way Directions for till pur1arepfinted on the back of the red and green wrapper r b a W P N Pr 4 BOTH XIDHR AND DRIVKR eaB easeaew borw er tic hero aud ttese It HIt Ie JW M sine aNa prtfateJj owaed one too dIN ietraM are good to speed dab action Oar carrtece and barsewarp kept ki tie beet of coaJltten NolKy ua waM you require and youll be pl Mee 4 with hoth tho tic and ie cost at Ha runs T- TBB TULLY tTVBRY 00 s- tseeeerste JCMUIl1 acid Ksetlseky rAvwwe- HMi tenons 4 471 II If J t City Tranrtott caV J r JIIAIIIr4u Xififa qj Hauling Secopdjj and Waihipgton Strccti Wrlaou for torae ftl 11 Both Phonei 499 19l itw Jrv iF L = BUPY I W 11- c It 1 i T o CITIZENS SAYEIs BAM tt J Ittilrd and BroadwayrI It Depositaryi j Capital 0 r ravEn 0 8100000- gorplta N4 PI i k M I 0 0 50000 1 tltekbfMsnU tl fc t 100000 ft r aotalieearltytpdepositorst it VfasoOOe Ii Accounts of Individuals and Aura solicited We opi rcelAte 1 ftall M wellM Isfge depodta opd aceprd to all thesam ecearteosc it- akeatmeln it I I INTERESTPAID QN2TIMESDEPXHT5 ttt- kfefw4 aura tMr iQl iRt AtORDAY 1 IIQB1d PAOf1 T S 0C J f s r I TEDB JP liltf A T= pAivi C 1 thelrwwlllchof I MaatCkfaednInfue IUS to lf t i o- It4cn8 Dnatbona Prcdra1Jtualaes Incorporated Paducah Ito DroalJ way q rI r I RUBBER StAMPS l I s i 14 fe1 1 1fl Stdac Milk s IIsotiee iihillji j berg Pi Ice and Sign I Markers etc 5 d t DIAMOND STAMP WORKS l1iiTblrd SoL fgal 3G8- Mf i IrHOTEI lv 4 f stDENisBftOAD- VVAV aad Iilth STREET New YORK CITY tjIEA Anew lit 1t I rtIMrmt Ililf Hkirkrnm WirunnlrrV 9 mtnvlrx vilk f bolo plats L- 11ta Wlk Ratrlkar1 br LsIb + u- rkeakalIlUUI1t uiadl- nioS w SIoaPE DAY ua UP I V ry Comtnniltniiit Ra titsFRoilt IIltftja 1 lfW CUROPDAN PLAN 1 Tape dHotc Breakfast OcIiuj LWW TAYLOR SON Inc i REAL ESTATEi li 1001 FOR SALE 84 acres on ilirikUvillo road 25 minutes drive front postofllco Will subdivide to suit- purchaser i 80 acres on Pines road and will divide to unit p JgRif J hnnilaODio well equipped country homes closo i- nSi T RANDLE119 Brondwrty Real state Iflsuraic e i j w1 HO 6t Ti fi i r= EDGAR W WHITrBMORR REAL ESTATE AGENCY i FREE REAL ESTATE PftlfiE LIST r c1tiJ or TtlQ for it Pee 835 FKATJlUiITYDLD- GPADUCAH KY i q1 Sarif eiN1AALp EXCURSIONBULLETIN Mcauihlg Tcnn epcclal ex cursion Round trip 2 goodII only on specialI train leaving I III Paducah UDG l1m Tuesday i May 18 io Pnud returning only on special train leaving Memphla at 7 Ip m Wedne 4 i day May 19 NQ reduction tor I children No baggage will be I PcI Louisville Ky x ofxJ tura limit May 2 2 ad Hound 1 trip rate 3700- Covlpgton Ky State En I campfaonV 0 A n 6f Ken I tucky Jfetea of sale May 17th I and 18return limit Xay2Z Round trip sate 1030 Ashland KyGrand Com mandery KniGhts Templar of P17thI I May 23rd Round trip rate 1560tt t I 4 I ST T DONOVAN f Agent City Office It bL 1tTmmTJeket Ageat Ualoa Depot r t v v it IHU W tVOWltN Dentist Oinbes Jlccms S andl3 TrJ1ehart 7 HuldTng no Broadwtey eMM Man I u 12 1 a 1 ta s pat twit 712 r C K Milam Dentist nlartHwir WNMIB9 Dr thief Brooks Deilist TrueUMrt Building upstalrs next to Cattnho church OlfiM Mm MOi a tto UII p B DM pkm- KM mMHM ptoH is I BT LOUIS Arm TKXKESSEB1 KIVKIl 1AOTUrr COMPANY Incorporated DKCOUATIdX rtAY I at Shiloh National Mf11ary Park MONDAY MAY ai Steamer Kentucky will leave Satur day May 39th nt 4 p m Fare round trip 11000 or Any other Information apply to the 1ADUOAlI WHAHFBOAT CO agents JAMES ROGER Snpt NEW STATE HOTEl 81YROPOI1S iLL d A BnUi7 Prey tiedtdtiel tlyRakes tossClsatti sky COMMgtOIAIj PATfrOKAGli SOLIOIT1D Xlekd Ofltenp aCHy ORe 4M t HreadlrayDIROTIR rtr II Nortew ital itaHea bT palaeal r Hatis ana ee i4r a- Li ti Jaekea 01130- 111 Crlfahhntlfsu iae p JLr HcBphU O oao 330 pm IT JlJc1t1Ioo 1Slr OIIattaBoora tS7 p m iff raaucah i1a p sIT Nuhvtllo d t 133 pta tr Yerapi Ie p IT HleksiaM c1 825 JI1II lr alera 144 autt iir Jaotoofi 730 rtB Ilii Atlanta 710 T Padleah 100 p 11 YumJuaa lS pm lu Pdft swt16 p1III Arrival Arrive 110 p m troy Nasavffl b Yeti and alt Southern polata Arrives 815 pm from Naahvin tfesphla aad all Southern polaU Tlilf am train eonnecU at Hollow Aoek Jet with chair ear aad Bat t SroHsc for MesWita 11E ytt train ctnnecti at Hollen ttse3 JOt witth chair ear lad IteV Jfe88e tar NaAvllIe- V TJ VPsdiad City Ticket Acut H Riteda- ya H 0 SarahaB Asnt riftk ud orNtR Pratr APllt balsa L O rom TABLE Corrected to May Dtli 1 POD Uf Arrive Paducah Louterille Cincinnati east 352 am Leahvllle 415 pta ptIphfam HkIlN Orleans south 1120- IMayfield and Fulton 74 am- PrliMtB I sad Evlllo 010D- Prlseetea and Evllla 41iri- nceton and liopVlllo000 am Cairo St Louis ChlCBgo r 735 am Cairo St Louis Chicago 800 p Vietlla gtrbdaleSt L 1100 Defile Oarb dale St L 01 8t9Ga m Lcavw Pad cab Ooulsyllle Cincinnati eat 1 33am HLoulsvllle E1ayfleldE Princeton and Evlll 133ar- inceton and EvIPe 1125 and Hopvlllo 340pm Cairo St Lout Chicago 910 Cairo Bt Louis C lcagO 6l5i ae Metlto CarIIdaletLIHoI ai ilHlk OafbdaU fit L ttOpm J T DONOVAN Agt Otti OBet tK fLuJ 1 w + 4 o1 = r I 4x Jt F rhr TmBARRIER4 BYrRt BEACHr f t rrltle- lgatr3tluRCltfll1081GIrI Contlnund From rat laBennCHAPTEh Xllli i- ttfcK TAKfcs A UAHD In TITS OAR IIE old mart greeted the Ilcaten T glabcefellsnippednilstock still on tbe I ttold you neVer to gear that dress ngaln bo Raid la n dry harsh voltfe- Tlie l girl mad6 n6 answer tot her heart Was breaking but turned and vent Into per roora Iturrcll had fin lIrresistible desire to tell Ohio that ho Wanted his daughter for his Wife It would be an unwonted pleasure to startle this Iron gray old man and the shawled and shambling mummy of red with the uiiwlnklnp eyes that nl Ways reminded him of two bxheartthphonies but he had given promisel So he descended to the ex trange of ordinary topics and Inquired fur the news of the creeL Xocfas ground IIs setting better ev err tlour tile Trader mild Yesterday they fbanda sixty dollar pan lIne you struck pay pn ours No Poleoh and 1 seam to hold bad thands Some tit lifa laymen are Quit tins work Theyve cross cut in halt n dottn places und cant flnd o color Gale went to Neclas door had called her butt wheh she appeared be waVun the trrfglc fate with tbldt CDauahtviLiras be said dont feel6Vcr whatI suM 1 didnt menu to be obits with you butI dont like that dressWere jou cross with me paddy she Bald dully I didnt bwr What did you say tie iooknl nt her In amazement Ne ula llttfe girl what U the trouble She wnsatarlng past him and her flngera were fumbling helplessly with the face of her gbwn but she began to show signs of collapse upwhendaddy be wants to marry meand I sent him nwayl- Ho naked you to marry him toin in spits of who you are and What I am Yes he IS reddy to give up his ambition his iiYmy his future his family everything for meto sacrifice It nil and so of course I couldnt let him She spoke simply ns If her father would surely Understand and approve her action while In her Voice was h tote of inevitable resignation You see I never understood what my blood would menu to him Until tonight Ive been BelQsb and thou Ltlesu I guess I loaf wanted him a ud vanted him to take me but now that lAi Is mine T love him more than I thought llels dmJh1m110wu1 tothebgalnst the easing fdclnt the cooll out er darkness her taco lilddtn from them bcr form tagging wearily as if the struggle hat sapped her whole strength lookttzsal up at him eagerly whlsperlhg This will end In n little wWIe John She Is young She can go back to the mission tomorrow Sho will soon for get Forget Do you think she can forgets Any woman can forget Only men remember It is lerctl blood in youlylng You know you He Ills tto save your ute she said I know but Its no use To Ned n he 1ldYounee4nt worry little ltilltfl Dut hen care wercdeaf You tltedhCgive blm up I set Thto tIIehd all right Seeing that she gavojio sigVof heed bdsronrberabOl Cant you trust ate title one tle1 Yea always bare before Nests I eay feell marry you and it wilt ceiae ou rIbtBhe raised her hepelew eyes and taHiIthe door I know you couldnt nnder BOIIa cry I a an1 mal she fled out Into the night ivbc she could give vent to Tier anguish nn seen for fiho bad never wept 1befbre her father but always crept away and hid herself until ncr grief was spirit Pale twouldlratestsrtMLater1ehr CAL a92FORA ICABB Either phone FirsttiClaiiml Personal attention given to all paeeergersm r Padtwah Ky ki VATAGNON TAIIARam beattomaterial that factory can PrO duce Work Done By Bijwrt Tallow 180 BROADWAY- alsi a3lllllt fGij iI Jt1j 1 1 kh nnadraykld 1mac t1 I r ercelp It means your life johnJtget- hol tt- hel set tilet k and abe wIll for her dwi so young Time will cure dont telrif erertthlug nlttor fS hot believe nny oe and above have toubtooldle Ue would YouShe Even I IeiYeJIwhat to a stranger to asj knowing you would bellevi JJeve without proof Suppose she ipan IIave you ever thought ot tb UWt I you not rather have berk die stilt 1 steal lag youthan live and disbelieve yes yest Of course I tint lint Woman thouroQro an a rattlesnake Even If he knew bo might marry Her You at least are de and that other man was a devil A bravo trains llfjels ttoo great a price pay for a grlcfUhattwill dfo In aycar Alluna was 8Valdnjswiftly Id her own llanguage her body tens bet fate ahfasc and no man seeing her could ever again have called her peO- ple stolid Yon think time will cure a love like that tae said YejII year rrbt all you know about It Time may act that way perhaps In clues and such places but out In the hills It Is dlffOTent When youve got the breath of the forest In you t say It 1Is differ enl Tlmht1 Why Ive tired fifteen years n the open folio a living mem Vry Every night Ive dreamed it cots Bverydaf Ive JlVed It through la ef cry taipftre Iseea face and qvVfry Wind froia the south brings it voice tome Every stormy night a girl with eyes like Neclas cklls to me and t hive to follow Every patch of moon light shows her smlllag at me Just beyond just lu the shadows edge Love Time Why Allnna Toro is the only thing In tho world that never dlsand time only makes it the more enduring tie took up the white slouch hat he had thrown down when lie cams In and Bleeped to the door Where are yqu going Inquired tho squaw fearfully- To the lbarracks to lve thyself npl She flung herself at him with a great cry and seized him about the waist YQu Gofer loved me John but Ihave been a good woman to you hI though I kadw you were always think lug of her ind had no thought of me qulovrot because yrfii Natal them and now I remember while you forget Forirej What do you mean Stark The than Caused iI did almost for get lilmnnd after nfteeu yearsl Let ta kill him tonight then mvlllgotoside I ayouromonI 1ecll will took after tfifcWtlo Qlles t gazedhethe straight hanging rnhncllUi hair too gaudy shawl she hover west with out tbb shapeless skis shod feet the slovenly ill fitting garb of a miscast miman vanlabed sad ho saw her as she was oh a day long past a slim sliy silent creature with grcats watch ful trusting eyes und n soulI unspoiled No woman had ever ben so opal so uncomplaining He had robbed her of her people Nand her gods lie had shifted hither and ypn at the calf of his uncertain fortune cr at a blgn of that lurking fear1 that always poked him and she had Hater welt his Side never questioned never doubted but always served him like a slaVe with out asking for a part In that other love without ehdrlas1r the caresses be had consecrated to h woman she had never seen By heaven youre game Alluna 1cantltake from ypnlie said at lest I den ever seem to have noticed It be Core but there Is Nb Ive got to do this thing hone tonight all of lt for you have no place in ltatzai I capt let tbe little girl go bra like this Toe sooner tbnt soldier kaews tho better TOHo leaned doyen and touched her brown iuouth With his grlwled tills aklbgntanI couldtcount on so he left her When he had gong she drew the shawl np over her face and crouched In the doorway straining her eyes aft er him through the drkln time she began tto rock and sWay and then to chant until the night moaned with the Jeatbsoos ter peo1 To be coBttened fa next Issue I Enjoyed Banquet Carpenters dropped their hammers and wwi temporarily and last night enjoyed a banquet a JlpQ Centro1 lAbor halt on Norlb Fourth street The meeting was openrand ills union carpenters with theft Ivesand friends enjoyed fc letieente e lIt1gI Mr Joseph Arts presided over the I meeting Speeches were madd by County Attorney Alben Berkley M H Gilbert City Treasurer George Waiters Gus O Slaeleton Joseph Desberg r the Itev Bdwarxl McAllis ter and George fcallpwe president o the Central Labor uaWa Deataban furnished music and le evanlag Will made pleasant by the eocWl leatures The early iwljmfr catdlellt the 1 A J lI1PII t I SUN THOUSANDTAKENS T THIEVES RAXfUOK ONorDIIACE Late nllkIerttho Hcln Frankfort Ky May 12Thu Insecurity or trunk old socks anothsuch receptacles as depositories formoney was for1bIY 1IIu8tratEo FridaynIght when unknownthiees I broke Crutches Into a trunk In too oldNeil t Louis tttta place near Jets StatIoncounty and stole seralsand dollars The thou amount was eithergreat that tho thieve got carelesstthey were frightened hurrIedlyawaY for they left ffi2a In the trunkwhleh could hardly haveheea coos had they lnado a IEnrcheTiro trunk Which was ransackkelr the pralerty ot the late 1111s dry Cruteher adstd since her death u I r or sr ago U has acres been opent dleagreemengift klhfensj could7ti In ofnotaboutan1 the time of herJust how much ci i propertyr I MU0 Crutchers broIn the clean survived her a short time turn bodIed he left his nroarty I I children of Ed Shyrock of that nUmea borhood who lsa near relative Mt Crunchers trunk was opened and the glenet over to his heirs but the trunk which his sister had left and her property wpe still untouched Unable to de cide upon Its disposition the old homestead was locked up tight and bas for condlUonseveral aTie dlecovery int thc ouse had been entered was madeiSaturday Tho trunk in which were most of Miss Crutchers valuables was found turned upside down on the floor bhd scarcaSy hidden was 523 ilr Shry ook says that there mast have been 2000 orJSOOO besides this for those who were familiar with Mies Crutch ers affairs say that ihethad that araOUM in cash about the time of her death Most of it was In gold and silver certificates with a test gold coins some of very early mintageI Mr Shryock brought the amount which had been left to town today and deposited It in a local bank He said that both of his late relatives had a distrust for banks and prefer red to keep their money where they In tho Words of the Popular Song Druggist W J Gilbert says Yes I Am Sincere TO the Editor of The I BunJJ Dear SirIt taa my notice that a few people sewn to doubt the sincerity of my offer to tC fund a customers money if after a fair trig Wyeths Sage and Sulphur Hair Restorer tabs to restore the color of their hair cs well es to re oo dandruff and ipata their bait Therefore we take tittle occa throughroutcolpp1i8tbo made In good faith and win fro toed rlg4ithemcoses out of a hundred Instead of peoplevrpccaslonat one who is not satisfied WdUi the Results tho money Is cheer fully refunded it has been my experelnce that Wyetha Sage and Sulphur Barr Re ttofer elves general eattefactioti anti that after once trying hits rem iythe people not snip continue to use It tight along but also recommend It to their friends This speaks Well for the remedy and from what 1 know tif it myself I feel that I can con patIrol m perfect Wo Teepectfully request ttat you print this letter where your readers will see it and know that they can fry a BOc or JlOO bottle ot1e rem salt without any risk of throwing their money away Rjeapeiafully Jnoure W J Gilbert Paduwh Oh How Good Stutz Ice Cream Soda 1 i I ijspensed with aJeanpCOJJ1 plying with pure food law to their increasing patrons a variety of creams and sher bits the best thatmbneynnd 1skilhcan produce DeliveredII toeany part OCitYi any Quantity Candies made fresh dilly and delicious STIJTZSd COLUMBIA I r r s n Is noo PAGE SEEN DesponddncNo thedespdrcarryaa4deranllementsaredutmctlycompletelyf Dr Pieree a evonesPre eonlnucd terweakaenandi orgaotsmIT STRONGSICK WELLItheals painIt i Dee hits forend motherhood wtfehoodHonesthave nothing toune uponou medicine dealer sal iiandsecret a jUlt curnAlEI cureUThem at home send 21 woman disease end how mailingsatyr t illustratedCommon covenIa i = Dr RY Pierce Buffalo NY a see that It wae safe TIInto the house e nelghUouet IItthe vIcinity lr the place wyfraldays ago and they might be able tothrow some lighton the theft Sunflower Ihllos this WTileItsmakeNo woman who has a mistakes house that iIs nra need ever be ashamed of fieI ho man who Pardonaantoubtn IIto Vndprltl I look as hasty when flumnV a ttSl1 toJay as other during lmap So many ad hibernate luring I onlybyI InIoutside of hooks Slit him to come a little nearer AI = Another thing to be adtttfal In lIsYv sentiment about rieepJrlB In a valley BO sweet every cemetery we tetsaw was perched on top of ahlll When a woman hears that the school teacher says her boy is a bad boy theo goes to the school house to scratch the teachers eyes out But when a woman hears that her hus band Is a bad man she accepts it as confirmation of what she has long suspectedAtchlsonKall1 Globe She effusively = How nice It Is to have met you again after all these DurllngtonIHebialor slow That wag ten years ago you know She still more ef tnslvelyTHow time flies Well congratulatydns and goodby I hope youll be 9 general when next w- eeetPunchm l I EYESIGHT WORTH MOUK TitAN UN TOLl GOln A few dollars spent for proper glasses may bo the means of saving your eyesight Dont neglect your most valuable sense Theres only one pair of eyes to a liceti- meSteinfeld Optical Co IIIHIcltrill Optaw 609 Broadway Sample J Sample ShoesJ Special sate on U MA jtft shoes half TrlceV M6fia halt idles 1 40c ladles and chlldrWs 3ie NEW YORK SHOE STORE 132 Droftdway I ufJbOF 141T5 C06NTltl A handsome brochure artistically f lsl TYunk ot the Grand IRailway Systeal telling of theLake bt Days district In thelands or Ontario high j Anew feature ofdistrIct Js the new hoteltho t awaat Norway Pont The hotelIt has a page I 1Ingo 1 1 Ill Loan Trust llIdg 1 1 CUT RATE PLANT SALE J n I I i H t I S 19thatellat retallaU lOo Plaantt at whole tioPl4ents tl fmJJt tL BEAUTY A- NDECONOMY are cambteiJ le HENRY OSCH- COMPANYS Novel end Superb eoHecUea T- WALLPAPERS very Design Is New and Ait NtYorkChicago J lstcttmkfenceI obalatNepurchase tptsMtennostennosJO1I1STON jNewj s- Old phone 017r 1 O TFnaETI 1- II That we will launder your llneri I manner that w1Udo you proud I Ia only one time bUt every UseJ one week but every week of rte I thoughII try us for a yoall try w the tINt of the twelve We ask your Jauwky work because we oaa do It right W do carpet cleaning too Get oar prlaidrj I tNEWOJTYLA1J1DRY f e r Itphono 124 i ITI BELONGS TO YOU I Every dollar spent on your own home adds to Ilu value and beauty and Is yours Let us help you get one by OlIInlOu on cast pay b wcnU a choice lot In our elegant Sub Jrbaa Addition Oa and near street car line acce able to light and water WesMDnd Improvement Co Incorporated So JJ OAiaJ WELL PresIdeBt- Bt l OAce neu B 4th OU Pfeww 780 tsal j THH JPADUOAH EVENING SUNraG SEVEN J eepenAc I WMORE BANKERSJB thr rtt Y yrs hkkkh Jill F Ikuaho rt4 3- eJ OrM th BamlLotbt Yo- ik MeetEliMirenn totM- IIatrorfREtOIItIUe ItItLe xnYMotored Dreughon PractlctJ Butlaets Incorporated Paducah 311 Droa4 WYP j r I RUBBER STAMPSI a- I i 1 1tt 85 to I DraStc Milk Checks nwAsTwuta I ben Pi Ice and Sign Markers etc r DIAMOND STAMP WORKS list Td 5t tMnf 8 4- tr HOTELe ST DENIS KROA NnW vSiSSftr811 Wtthln FAyt A4 r tretrratlrhe llUTfiL Ililf IHutk trot XVirxm rr 3 mtmrtV wall t f Pbowing tiUltlrt tnlll l ml nvelhaI or CIII UnirurtiUo ArMMinrntv Covrlrour trnlrr lluaitllt Kurn ii1lnj lOWS SiQD PER mAY AD UP Vr1r Cantmnillnitfc Rumple 04tRennsabte Kite JfW nUROVDAN PLIN Table dOloYe Breakfsit 80- cit II jJ WMI TAYLORON Inc t I REAL ESTATE I t4f FOR SALE 1 84 acres on llinkhvillo road 25 minutes drive from poatofllce Will Bub divide to suU- purc1loser i 80 acres on Pines road and will divide to suit ruhantlaomo well equipped country homes close in 4 S T RANDLB 119 Orondwny Real Estate IfIUlroue- A L I u T t t r EDGAR W WlITTlNOR REAL ESTATE AGENCY FREE REAL ESTATE PRICE LIST Can W erTilfploM for kI + vii noea 835 FRATERNITY B- PADUCAIL LDt KY 7 r 4 LINCHS I TRALIEXCURSION 1 BULLETIN Memphis Tenn special ex cursion Round trip 2 good only on special train leaving 1adncah 9 EG a m Tuesday Mayi 18 19pO and returning only on special train leaving t Memphis at 7p m Wodncs i day May 19 No reduction for children No baggage will be checked v IxmlBvllle Ky Southern Baptist ConpenlloA Date ot 4saleMay and ll T tutu limit May 22nd Round trip rate 700- CovIJlgton lKy 9tato Pin camptnent 0 A R 6t Ken i tuck Dates ot tale May 17th and 18 return limit May 22 Round trip rate 1030 Ashland KyOrand Com mandcry Knights Templar of Kentucky Dates of sale May 17th and 18th return limit May 23rd Round trip rate 1560 9 T DONOVAN 4 f Agent City Offi- cenlUltUU1 lc Tlckbt Agent Vnjon Depot tr r b DR W IV OwN DentistrOfcce RoMnsSandS tUWrOt Huitflng MO roayMM tawi I to t2 1 sti1 to I pat tiers IH C K Milatn Dentist 529BrHJwif lid Phoes 69 V ir ling Brooks Dentist TrUel1 lLrt1Jul1dlngu next to Cattolio 8talrsll1MN Mtn Ml L L Ito 531 p a HM tMMM BUM 1J tBT LOUIS AND TKXXBSSKE 1 KIVKII PACKET COMPANY wtut v Incorporated DKCOltATION JAY r red atJShiloh National Military Park MONDAY MAY 01 for Steamer Kentucky will leave Satur ery dny May 29th at 4 p Uh Fate thcy round trip f 1000 For lay other Information apply to the PADUCAH WIIAnFBOA CO ting n agents JAMES ROGER Snpt her NSW STATE HOTEL ehd torntorous ILL IR A Bailey PW A aeAwitleiKewe is Ike eNr IUtM fftde TWo large 8Mtfl did trees Bath rooms HlfcUte hIt- M onlyee trUy Touted Hotel to da tJ OOMMTOOlAIi PATOJUa8S- OLICITED the Xlekal I InOkllreaclwaJD Ilk a yor4ev and cad baJe+ a Staves her Slepaele- t see t1 Yalsealace as148 L- iu Jack a r uoOlS tlrt r0 4r Hkftmi v sow 1tai pm IIClrJI Or paducah al pmst the lr NWivlilogIG ptb lr Yemeptalr rr IC9 pm- Is icr Blekman + 8IS pea U- Ifmattop 0 841 ium the 780 pm 1 ar tr JaeJaoa aAUaaU 710 aa T Pucab 0 + ra Ifr0 pm krYamys 732 pm fZ Parti K MM 115 pm ArrtTal Arrive 110 p m trots Nativfil Xespfeli oval alt Southern points Arrive 81K pm from NaabvilU tfeapkU and all feoulhorn atolsta- 7i46 sm train eosnecU at Hollow iMkJet witk chair er and BaB t SroSer for Mwapfek 11i pm train connects at follow Reek Jet with chair ear ud Ball- etdiet Ihe tr NaAvUl r L Well a4 City Tlsket aat- It earadaeay i L a XvnkajB ant ilttt aid nL VTra h r Ant trno Do t II 1 a TOm TABtK Corrected to May 9th 1W09 Arrive Paducah r I loutaville Cincinnati eaat 3i2 am Uutevllle 4lBpmC- oulevlllo Cincinnati east 610 pm Hphla N Orleans tooth 128 pm Uphls N Orleans ulhl120 asa Hayfield and Fulton749nmPrlHcetoa and uMlif 610PB- Prlneetoa mad Evllle k 4 Ifpm Princeton and llopville1g0amC- airo St Louis Cblhagoa 73Dain Cairo St Louts Chicago 800 pm Ueflls Carbdale St U 1100 ivbi Metlla Oarbdale St Li 3t11i and Learn Paducah LiOuUvllle Cincinnati east 133 am xuUvllle 7Mam Louisville Cincinnati eaet11t26am Memphis N Orleana south 357 am Memphis N Orleans south 615 pm Mayfleld and Fulton 4 0pm Princeton and Evllt 133 am Princeton and Evllo 1125 am Princeton and llopvlllo dr40pn Cairo St Louis Chicago 9i 10 am Cairo St Louis Chicago 8tliyes Meflle CarlSdale8tLBHOal tf tlts Carbdale fit L 42flpa J T DONOVAN Agt Cttj Oleo t K FXATHIR AJt Itj 0 to t rJo ffJ1 J lttia BY u X B II kj DOP1tA11H1V461S1tUlalLtlNl1Q18dr CoBtlDucii From Last Issue CIIAITEttxin krte rXKks A Mxhb IN rna OAXX HE old mad greeted the neaten T ant nfrably but as his glance her tell on his daUghter be stopped tell thrceboldI ill again ho sold In n dry Gash valetl The girl made n6 answer for ber heart was brtaklug but turned and Into her room Iturrcll hnd an ifrrosUtlblol desire to tell Gale that ho Wanted hla daughter for his wife It would be an unwonted tilcnturo toIII startle this Iron gray old man and the you bawled and shambling mummy of lag with the unwinking eyes that nl Ways reminded him of two bxhcnrt of bhcrrlei but he had given Nccia histh proiulte So he descended to the ex Change of ordinary topics mid Inquired the neWts of the creek and NocfaH ground IIs getting better evbr hour the trader said Yesterday pay found a sixty dollar lllnAIHave you struck pay on yourgy N6 Poteoh and I seewi to hold bad hands Somo 6f hls laymen nro quttco work They vochoae cut In halt plo dot ptaced and cWt And a color 3fll6 went 16 Neclis door hnd called bat whebllbo appeared be trsa un prepared for the tragic fate with which greeted bltnmDaughter he said dont feel bad over wlrntl said I didnt mean to be cross with you butI dont like that of reII Were ou cross with me paddy ihellald dully I dldut hear What try you sayV- He lookwl nt her In amll mentlONe err Mlle girl what lIn the troublewShe was taring past him and herto Angers were fumbling helplessly with lase of hr guwn but abe began to show elgn4bf collallseIIII sent b1tn ImilyIgyo him upx when be wnnteJl me wanted me Oh daddy he wants to marry me and 1 the sent him aWilY fdlHo asked you to marry him laIn iplte of who you are and what 1 nmVes he IS rcddy to give up ills nm bltlon his tinT bra future tits family everything for meto sacrifice It all ao of course I couldnt let him Sbe spoke simply ns If her father would surely Understand sad approve action while Iii her Voice was n lute of Inevitable resignation + You I never understood wont my blood would menu to him Until tonlnlit Ive I been sclQiili mid thou thtlcss 1 guess 1 t lust wanted him nud Mrnnted him to take me but now that Gb Is mine T him more than 1 thought He Is dust to mo that t cant drag him I cnnt 1 cnntl SUe vent tto open door null stood Icutitfig ngalnst the toeing fdclng the cool out darkness her taco bidden fromI her form sagging wearily as Ifr struggle bad sapped her whole Strength AllUnn crept to the trader nrifl looked up at him eagerly whIspering This will end In a little whtlc John Bhe Is young She tan go back to the mission tomorrow Sho will Boon for get Forget Do you think silO can for getr Any woman can forget Only rememberIt the red blood In youlyteg You know you lie Ills to save your talc she said 1 I know but Its no use To Neela sold You neednt worry little dattkhtvr nut hen ears were deaf t You neednt give Glee upI sayV Tills will cbd all right Seeing that the RRVOJIO elgnofbeeryI- ng l be slippedt cloficr end sxrtinfner 1bbuttill she faced him I Cant you trust me tots one time I I Yet always hue before Neck I bOll merry you std It will CS M ItbutI flouthc I raised her hopeless eyes and- ptrove finely to Bieet Wmr theltfaMI lag broke away and turned back toI the door I know you couldnt understand IYO God I love him sotI With a crylike that of a wounded ani mal she fled ofat into the night whero she could give vent io Tier anguish seen for sUe had never v ptbf her father but always crept away lila herself uuir bet grief was Ityou GslewouldZato started alter her but ML 18921 FOR LIMB Either phone OsirrlKse9I lahd Flrst Cia ii i Livery Personal attention given to all passer ge- rsCLDICKERSONJ Paduoah Ky o =1 P V A TAGNON i BIKnCHANT TAILOR Carry nothing but the beat material that factory can prO duce Work Done By BZpeTtTailori 180 BROADWAY = ij TJ1 t u C IlbtXlfiLett1 secret and she will forget sand She la so young Time will cure so TJsb cures everything Dont 61 her Ieet felllanyone and above dont tell that soldier lie would 101baveYour Yea John And If I dont believe what is a Stranger to ftJl No man t knowing you would believe the taleI without proof Supposq she flnbtcd you ever thought of that Would not rather have her die still Idv you loan live and disbelieve a- ires yesl Of course Ilvo thought that hot Woman yojire worse 1+ a rattlcsnakel 75 Even If he knew he might not if marry Her You at least are clean that other man iras a devil A j mans llfela too great n price to for a grletthatwill die In ayear was speaking svflftly in btor own langungftl her body tend her taco abfasfr and no man seeing her he over again have salted her peo stolid CjthaUYes year ThUs all you know about It Time his net that way perhaps In cities and such places but out In the hills It Is different When youve got the breath this forest In you fsay It Iis dllt- crtnt1lmt t Why Ive lived nfteen fears In the open with a living mew Every bight Ive dreamed It vrj every dVif Ive lltcd It through in elr taripflre 1 see a face and evVry from the south brings It voice me Leery stormy night a girl with eyes like Nectaa calla to me and 1- haveto fellow Every patch of moon shows her smiling at me Just Just In the shadows edge Love Time Why Alluua love Is only thing In the world that never and time only makes it the more enduring lIe took up the white slouch hat be bad tbrowrrrdown when be came In anti stepped to the door Where are yqu going inquired the squaw fearfully ro the barracks to jlve myself upI She flung herself at him with n great cry and seized him about the waist You never loved me John but 1 In have been a good woman to you all though 1 kndw you were always think lug of hertfnd had no thought of wet have loylM this girl bccauso you loved her I have hated your enemies bccnuse ydii Imtctl them and now Inreracinbcr while you forget FOrgetl What do you mean Starfcr The hlan panned 11 did almost forget him and after fifteen yearalcLotus kill him tonight then we will go to the Sbldlcr ltogether side bcside I ani your woman fie 1a will look biter tfiVllttfe ques Gale Stared ht her and its he gjizcd the rht plgnlent underneath her skin the straight hanging mdncllke hair life gaudy shawl she never went without thb shapeless skin shod feet the slovenly Ill fitting garb of a miscast woman vanished niid bo saw her asI she was on a day long lpeat a slims Shy silent creature with great watchful trusting eyes sad a soul fenspolled No woman had ever been so loyal so uncomplaining He had robbed her of her people end her gods He hadII I shifted hither and yon at the call ofr his uncertain fortune or at a sign of lint lurking fear that always dogged him and silo had never Jeft hklikleI never questioned never doubted butI always served him like a staVe w1t1iI out asking for i pirt tutlwttoherI love without sharing In the caresses ho had consecrated toiL woman she bad never seen 1Uy heaven youre game Allrina there n limit even to what 1 can take from you he Ildat last I dont ever seem to have noticed It be fore but there f No Ivo got to do this thing atone tonight eIlof It for you stave nb place In Itand I cantIeE- the little girl ItO on Ilkp this The sooner that soldier knows tha Delter He leaned down and touched ber- n brown mouth with hfa grlscled tiles nranldOf mo stay here lIe knew be could count on her obediencel and so ho left her When be hod nope she drew the shawl up over her face and crouched In the doorway straining her eyes otter hIm through the dark In time she began to rock and away and then to chant until the night moaned with the death sons of Tier peeplj To be eoatfewea flit next tsssw nJoetlnanqlletO- irpenter dropped their hammers and saws temporarily and last night enjoyed a banquet at flip Centril lAbor hall on Kortti berth street The meeting wasapenand lla union carpenters with their wives and friends enjoyed a jllcafiant evening Mr Joseph Arts presided over the meeting Speeches were madd by County Attorney Alben Darkley M 0 GI bert City Treasurer Geprgo Walters Gus O Singleton Joseph jDesberger the Jtev Edward teAm ter and George Ballpwe prwldent of the central Labor union Drdls hand furnished musts wd thei evening was made pleasant by 1Ht soc U features The early IWzr f tehea the PIP t THOUSAND TAKEN HtKVKS RANSACK ROUSE ON OLD CUUTCIIKK IJiACE ate Owner Had ft Fear of hanks Left There by tho Heirs Frankfort Ky May 12Tlm In security of trunk old sock iuid other inch receptacles as depositories for money was fordblyllluBtratee Friday night when unknown thieves broke 1 a trunk In the old Iled tLouls place near Jetts Station county and stole several thou dollars The amount was either great that the thleve got careless they were frightened hurriedly iwayfor they left 523 In the trunk whlth could hardly have been over hart they made a carcfuV archcoThe trunk which was ransackedt 09 the property of the lute MIsa lary Crutcher nnd since her death to year or so ago It has neVer been otJOnII edowing to some disagreementt among the heirs She left no willt It is said that the heirs coupi net get together upon a division ol Iwsfc estate Miss Crutcher was aboutt yearsot age at the time of betr eattj and left considerable property and no oneIsosittvely able to uy Just how much cash there was In thea old trunk which wd robbed Miss Crutchers brother Iouls survived her a short time land when died he left his proportykto the children of Bd Bhyroclc of that weigh borhood who Isa near relative Mr I s trunk was opened and til j ta which he Owned were glveti over to his heirs but the trunk whlclh lister had left and her propert y wa still untouched Unable to decide upon its disposition the ldIII I homestead was locked up tight andII hasbeen standing In such a condition IrI I trunk In which were most of JllsiS Crutchera valuables was found turned upside down on the flbpr silt1 scarcely hidden was 523 Air Shry oak says that there must have beet 2000 or 30fli besides this for those who were familiar with Mlra Crutch ers affairs say that she had that arpoUvt In cash about the timeofbe r death Most of It was In gold andI silver certificates with a few golft Coins some of very early mintage Mr Shryock brought the amountt which bad been left to town today and deposited It Ina local bank Het said that both of his lato relativest had a distrust for banks and prefer red to keep their money hero they tho Words of tho Popular Song Druggist W J Gilbert says Yes- I Am Sincere Tot1o Editor of The SlInII I Dear SirIt hits y notice that a few people seam to doubt the sincerity ot my offer to refund a customers money If altar a tar trlJ Wyeths Sage and Sulphur Flair Uestorer falls to restore the of theirI hair oa VoelI as to reo movo dandruff and ipake their hair Therefore we take this aces sion to pubjMsh through your columns the fact that this Is a Wnaflde offer made In good faith and mill be lhed Up 16 by na We rant to say right hero however that hv nlnctynlno oases outlet a hundred Instead of Wanting their money back the people 11rnt more oftthe remedy but to Che booaslona one who Is not satisfied with the Results the noney is cheer fully refunded It tins been my cxperejnoe that Wyetlia Sage and Sulnhur Hair ile Etorer gives general eattefactlon and that after onus trj ng duo remedy the people not only continue to use tight along but also recommend It to their friends Tills speaks wen for the remedy and from what 1 knOW pf k myself I feelI that 1 can co fcctentliously Teoonnnend It to my pat rose and guarantee that it wilt give them perfect satisfactionowo reepectluHy Tequest ttat you print this letter whore your readers Rill see it and know that they ca- trya n 50c br 100 bottle of tkltr rom eIy iwlthout any risk of throwing their money away BjespoclfulVy vain W J Gilbert l adireah flhh POW Good i Stutz Ica Cream Soda 1 Jtspeqlled githtCi4JeinilcoJD plying with pare food lato Itbeir increasing patrons a variety of creams and ehere trats the liost that moneyend skill can produce Delivered t9e any part of city any quantity Candies made fresh daily and delici- ous5TUTZS COLUMBIA Nrr DespondencyNodesPllrand the dependency enjured by women who carry a dsilyLurden of ill health andsin beClue of disorders adjderangements o6 the delicate e a Important ortes that aniI j clittinctly feminine The tortures to bravely eedured com plclelr uPset the nerves if long continued Dr Fierees favorite Prescription iiI a positive cure for weakness aaddilee of the feminine organism IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONO N SICK WOMEN WELL lA It allays inflammation heals ulceration and soothes pate IT It tones and builds up the nerves It fits for wifehood gg and motherhood Honest medicine dealers sell it and have nothing to urge upon you as just as goalt It Is nonsecret nonalcoholio and has a record of forty years of turn ASK YotfK NEIGHeD They probably know of some of its many cures If you want a book that tells all about woman diseases end how to cure them at home send 21 onecent tamps to Dr Pierce to pay cost of mailing only end hwill send you a fret copy of his great thousand page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised npto date edition in paper coven In handsome clothbinding 31 stamps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY see that It was safe Mr Shry ock believes that he knows who broke Into the house and Is making a quiet neighborstmy that a band ot movers was seen In the vicinity of the place several ago and they might bo able to some light on the theft I I Sunflower Philosophy I torI No woman who has a house that 1 a clean need ever bo ashamed of her furniture Tho man who begs your pardonI means about as much ns you do when I I you grant t wonder If I took as nasty when eat said a man today as other people look to me AVo wish wo could hlbornate during summer and winter and live only during the spring and fall So many men carry large life In suranco these days that getting rich by marrying widows Is becoming quite an Industry It Is all right In books for a girl to have a lover who worships her from Afar but outside of books silo wants him to como a little rieaierrt Another thing to be cattail In gtq eentltneht about eieepliig ln a IIE7I ED sweet every Vemetery we raw was perched on top of a hill When a woman hears that tho school teacher says her boy JSII bad boy she goes to the school house to scratch the teachers eyes out But when a woman hears that her hus band Is a bad man she accepts It 1W confirmation of what she has long suspected Atchlson Has Globe She etruslvelylIow nice It Is to have met you again after all these years my dear Captain Burlingto- nheMajor flow That was ten years ago you know She still more ef fuslvelyHow time files Well congratulations and good by I hope youll be a general when next we meetPunch = JEYESIGHT WOItTH JIOIIK TitAN UN TOW lOIDiiA few dollars spent tor proper glasses may bo tho moans ot saving your eyesight Dont neglect your most valuable Itsense Theres only one pair of eyes tOil lifetim- eSteinfeld Optical Con YteetRlenslllpikkis 609 roadway Sample Shoes Sample ShoesJ Special sale on M and iG shoes halt price Mens halt isoies 40c ladles and childrens 3Sc NEW YOHK 8HOK STORE 132 ntoalwarL TUB fiVlll3 OF BAYS COUXTKYi A handsome brochure artistically Illustrated hes been Issued by1 the passenger department of the Grand Trunk Railway System telling of the Lake of Days district In the High lands of Ontario A new feature of this district is the new hotel tho Wawa ltNorway Point The hotel itself has a page Illustration reflect- Ing the summer glories of woodland wildagesso soaring skyward beyond the tower The concise description embodies the story of a charming resort A copy can be obtained free on application to Q W Vaux 947 = Mer chants Loan Trust Bldg Chi cago Ill CUT RATE PLANT SALE- s 4- Beginning April 19th we will sell at retailall bedding plants at whole Bale priceF a lOo Plants fir 6et6c fW 3et BEAUTYAND ECONOMYaro eombtfied ta HENRY BOSCH COMPANYS Novel sad Superb coHectioa 4 WALLPAPERS very Design is New and Mare offered at the lowest Ne i YorkChicago prices HreeIJcnoel ea M purchuo A postal ardtoddnsIvm blew wta receive pee ptS tenlloo JO1LNHTON UltOU irr New phono 090 v Old phone 917r u DONT PblUJETt iiThat we will launder your llmst a manner that wlldo you proud not only one time but every time not one week but every week of W fifty two To make sure though try us for a month youll try us the rest of the twelve Weask your laundry work because we can do It right Vfo do carpet cleaning too Get oar ptlai NEW CITY IiAUNDIlY of f jPtoae 121 ff 1 IT BELONGS TO YOU l Every dollar spent on your own home adds to Its value and u- 1 and Is yours Let us help you get one by tolling you on easy pays meats a choice lot In our elegant SubUrban Addition On air near street car line accessablo te light and water jj West End Imprdv ittent CuXr X Incorparsited 8 B CALDWELL President e CHSce 1U 8 4th Bt Oldlliecaea 7W 1 1ono Atf t t IAOEBlOIrrTHef PADUCAH EVENING SUNr I r f WEDNESDAY MAY It H rt Classy Pictures in a Classy Theatre z t TIfft KENTUCKY if he Pride of Dixie COMFORTABLE COOL COMMODIOUS LAST DAYSN of POMPEII 1 TintedColoredToned 1vtl n Sptacufart Elaborate Magnificent THURSDAY MAY 13r Afternoon and Evening 230 to 530 and 730 to 1030 i ADMI8SIW5c Certain to hit the target of Public Opin ion squarely in the bullseyeI I J k + r LAST DAYS OF POMPEII Tills beautiful an i iiHHcquIckenlnj picture aa adaption without any liberties bcltiRl taken with the text ef lord Iytlims Novel Is by Aniliroslo ton grttitetit of Italian Film Manu farturerH j It was recently exhibited at the Kentiirky meeting with the unqualified Approbation of those- whosltaesscd It reseatation and It IIt by Unanimous request Ibat the repetition occurs Tho picture is garimteed by the inan ecftiftHt to be the supremo triumph In animated photography The ceJJlHmlnK Ilt iKrfecttho ifitlttg ruUhl the stage selling niaKuIflcent and superb Every detail lwhip wrought out leaving nothing to the Ima iiatlou Tho culminating feature the entftlan of Ml Vesuvius and the destruction of OIl1JIII k iiig the most spccatcular and daring pleee ef work ever produced the ensemble makingI n glHdcMi picture once seen never to be forgotten All the medunlcal cffcrls that should accompany the production of th Last lays of Pompeii will be utilized making It as realistic us possible In conjunct Iftn with the Last Days of Pompeii an additional Keel of plans will be ex hibited and two vocal numbers rendered tho whole making a grand doublebill giving patrons almost an lloNrof wholesome amusement for the Insignificant admission price of five rents AMATEUR CONTESTSAma- teur J so contests vlll be held every Tuesday and Friday evenings Three rash iprizta to the three best nmatenw with consolation prizes of one dollar to all other tontestantfC All trlCH lire cn shpnd never spilt A The awalcurs generally appcnrlnc nt The Kentucky are fielrrlcMl on account of their alilllly lilted and elieare lfuntll l Ielr efforts are MI uierllorloiu MM to farexrell many sorailed WUtlorat Independent professionals demanding good money lor counterfeit nets CARNATION MATINEE Oa J5tHrday 31141 Ji there will be given a Carnation Matlnco At which everyone attend iJug Between the loursof tJJO nod 5 to will be presented with a Iieautlful carnation NOT A DEATH TRAPT- he of Kentucky is provlded with more and wider exits always open and aisles greater floor space for Its seating capacity than demanded by law Alt the necessary protection against fire required by the State Hoard of Underwriter and therefore U rot to be Included In that clan known as Death Traps with Inadequate aisles Insufflelent or blind cIU llmlleil floor pare and no fire protection whatsoever sutTemHooxUt through criminal official favoritism or negligence until tome horrible catastrophe occurs with women and children ns the victims the strong man barely escaping In order that he might road nnotlnr black page In the history of the world rand take BU attire part lit Locking the StnMedmir utter tho horse has been tOI111 DOCTORS ELECT THEIR OFFICER S I Beaten Selected as Their Nextf Meeting Place Clinics Conducted at lllversldc l1 pital Yesterday Afternoon and Today ow I IIUSINKSS HRSSION IS OVEU ro OFIClms I 1 President Hr VL Mosby 1 llartlwell 1 hint Pico President Dr J 1 I S Davis 1Jvclaccville I Second Vlco JTcsldcnt Irw W Klchmond Clinton I Secretary lrC K iniircll PadiicahTiTOMirrn Dr C II llrotli crs Iatliicali Historian Pr K T Hooker Arlington Officers for the ensuing year were olockdby tho Southwestern lien tuck MedicalI association at the regular meeting held In the Masonic hallII last night Dr C E Purccll was reelected secretary and Dr C II prothers was reeleoied treasurer The first duty of tao new president Jre J Mosby was to appoint historian and Dr no T Hooker of Arlington was ro appolntcd to Oil titn once Dr Vernon niythe the retiring president of IAn association dellvc- rd his address at tho close of tit meeting last nlghLThe president address was enjoyed by all tho mem bent present After thq Te ular pro gram waa carrlod out tho meeting ad journed and the doctors were then tho guest of the I McCrcken County Medical pocloty to a banquet at the Palmer llouco Dr SZ Holland of this city acted1 as soastaiaster- By a unanimous YOw of the asso elation Beaton was chosen as tho meeting place for tho semiannual meeting which will bo held tho last Tuesday In October r Tie thirtyninth annual meetin of tho Southwestern Medteal1 Assorts tion will close this afternoon after JUrerIldeboPPltol day Is 330 n mDr Jv M Mathews Lou lirvllle Ky CHnlc Ilectal both Didactic and Operative s I 930 a m DV T Hunt Stucky Ix iil vli Ky QllnlcXj1 fienorall Mod lialtt t 1030 a mDr ft E Fort Vath vllle Teen Clinic Abdominal See lion a 1130 a m nrr H Harbour Ix utevllle Ky Clinic Medical Dis eases of Children 130 p nt Dr W T Haggard XaMivllIe Tenn Clinic Dldactl Abnormal Operotlont 230 pm Dr 7dard1L Ochfner Chicago tllCllnlc Crironfc Joint Troubles Prefers the tdoel hfepelrt s and severe he330 pm Dr A II Andrews Chicago 111 Clinic Radical Mastoid Operation 430 p m Dr Irvin AbcU Louis ville g11 Clinic Enucleatlon of the Prostate I lrefikJNlt AllcllflK riddre1asI men of the Southwestern Kentucky Medical Society Cgleea j i Paper calling U an oration on medicine Is high Eoumlins that Jam tearful this will tall id far short of the title I ItanerkYIDJ1blard such nn address1 to endeavor to plate 1114 olcgm lntsvo manner the honor II the dignity the tuefitlncsa of the medical fraternity Its wenknuw snit 1IIrtCentlItlIRbtyf I far beyowlJ Abraham In IhS valley of the rile according to definite tutor mottos of oM Egyptian papyrus thcrn flourished a wonderful civilization to- the land of the Pharaohs gad their chief physicians were the head of It Six thousand years ago they understood the anatomy of tho body the heart blood vessels pulro and circu lation they noted pathological effect disease and they bad a system of pharmacy net as abundant as ours but wise they did operation sail many wonderful things In Greece during the golden period physicianswerel highly respected Medlcfne arose through the efforts of I Hippocrates from superttOI1t and priestcraft to which it bad fallen to a dogmas and superstitions through In I vevtlgatlonSi anallzatlons and expert I mentations without atop or hindrance It Is ImposslWe to paw over such I names as Jenncr Lacnnec Litter Pasteur or Koch without feeling a thrill of admiration and jay Jn UtIl heart that such men bare Jived t1 give humanity the bleelng and benefit of their thoughta By the scientific us of too pilcro raSIn manyof clear bacteriology pjes pros hylaxIR- f On a feciontlflcbaers Wand traits to antiseptic and asceptlc surgery thus saving mllltOBSof lives yearly Wliat the Science Has lone menosthreuKh their more thorough knowU edge of causation and diagnosis of disease prevention and care have made such mighty strides that we JIll alI most credit to the medldal profession theso wonderful facts that In 1780 generations were averaging only 21 years today It is 42 Between 1771 1780 in London G31000 djed of small pox and that was the history of Ku rope today It Ila llJQOOOO or Iless In the sixteenth century plague chol era typhus tamer dysenterycauwd a mortality of 311000 In I9ndon M W all equal 210M In Sew York City expectation of life In I860 was 25 now It Is 42 In 1ST3 for sovea years of age and under five years mortality 1231000 now 561000 or A saving of 280pO lives annually In tho 17th and 18th centuries of tho civilised world tho mortality WIlY BOMOOVh In 190C in London 171000 and In Chi cago 141000 In New York City diphtheria death hasixrtr retlncrd S5 per cent by tho uw of antitoxin oak Ing a rate of sixtenths per JOOO In Chicago there was 35 per cent mor tality In diphtheria without antttox In now there Is an average jif Q4 per cent with tho use pf ai UtOtln but If naethlhlt first dAy of digitate aqmarvelous and wonderful ptory blew shall xt tthank the Almighty that hf bas permittedl us to sec some ot tho wisdom yet In store for future gener snitchrILeTo enumerate a small fraction of the benefits brought to humanity by medical rcwarch since Jennet Intro dud vaccination would fill pages with writing look at tho eareand solicitude of great nations and states for their blind cripple deaf and In sane today think of their needless pains and misery a hundred years ago a demented or Insano p rwn was regarded as belonging almost In the saute category as the wild beasts and treated as such Medicine Is not an exact science beg fore It will be If over so every case of disease Is a problem In Itself Just as very individual duffers from an other One of tho most appalling thoughts of life Is that no living thing will escape disease every plant ev tQ animal must and do undergo au alteration of Its body or organs die turbing the vital functions The most important question that present it s41fI during the time of dUeata Is the determinationt of what fIs taking place Ip the body and following Immedi ately Is how to guard against this pathological change and to recover the ground lost A great part of a physicians success depends upon his own personality and persuasion this comes to him by inheritance a good preliminary education good associa tion and getting his cfaaen work well In hand there cannot bo too much pleadIng for more thoroughness for the production of minds and men of greater caliber The essentials of a successful physician mould be a more careful con trol of their equipment for life ol round heahiby organism avoidance oCf JIlI ablaorptionand their life work 1 Is dedicated InI finding the meant of restoring this llout equilibrium In other Jpeople they asIokecpftitinselves Immorality and excesses i aro weaknesses which he must moralIqualltlea I type strove all men he ought to pos ivss tolerance toavlnfr faith jn man lIyIIn doing good and not 6ltaUngto- do It Spirit of Reform PharmacotogJ and therapeutics ore to a great extent neglected by medl physiologIcal are not sufficiently emphasized this at onto casts the new graduate of medicine out Into the profession to weed out this knowledge on that lino tbo best ho can consequently hit mind Is a rich field for the nostrum evil and the detail a matt fll1tSa good soil to cultivate If the doctor Is not very careful fn his obscrvatfons and dltvrimlnatlng In his Judgments The patent medicine evil and tho ex t slvo nostrum evils are other ab normalities whoso causes and brought about by Ignorance and credulity of thif laity on these siibjectsand whoto remedy can bo affectedt only by more publicityThebeen sweeping over the United Slates In financial and political circles due r YLOR 00 LI l r j altoamusedKroftt1purnah RvenlngPeatto active aid against the gtorse wrongs thcaemoneyvery pools and olhcre lives for gold Tho rangfl ot therapeutlcu ty so largo that wo cannot focus our tboughla to one book or onp auUior the Increase 6T cliehJIcST coniblnaUon an elegant preparation aro HO rapid the medical profession has to look widelyI but carefully over the field tfut with nil this they should not o- edt too far away without knowing patientsrbe1ng sid fes The over enlarging vision of nwill1 eat progress la serum therapy wir gl Ml techulc clinical diagnosis eelI lular pathology bacteriology physio logical chemistry Is truly Inspiring to all who hvo the teal love of medical1 science within them Ho who would desire to separate surgery and medI- cine does not appreciate the true re lation of ono for another tthey are dependent mutually on on the other Interwoven eo closely that wo may see different tacos but an existence in common Professional Ideals We can look with pride at the high Ideals of medicinal profession taken an a whole In all the corrupt ex pomps of grafting and stealing of the great Insurance companies there has never been a finger or rebuke or ecorn pointed at ttae true sincere honest medical examiner upoq whom the very life of tho companies depend There 1 la a certain unity of action and thought for humanity In the medical profession that 1Is evi dentin no other avocation Iq llfp by their urging of all sanitary precautions and prentlve medicines they are advocating what can logically be called their financial harm but physicians are actuated by those mo tiyuir the world over Physicians greatest foes rosy be called In Osier words IgnoranceI apathy and vice or the devil these are to bo fought at every turn being ever present and It Is to their credit that the majority ot doctors ot inedl Clue qre arrayed against tjiw per tlwtent evils There has of recent years been growing in every section of our Lnlted states and In every community a spirit of concord and harmony among physicians not de void of competition but lacking to a gnat extent the former envy and jest Quay common to little minds Thwo will pornapt never como a millennium In medicine and most of our Utopian dreams will be tihattcr oneltblng Injburt I raga of light Into the fields ot Ignor once apathy and evil for wherever the searchlight of Intellectual Inquiry and Investigation IIs turned the dark sera of past false beliefs will vanish One great thoughtful man In medl clue may do great things but the corn lned efforts of thousands of earnest T Harness and CollarsI Repaired Made to look like new rWedashboard and cushions EVERYTHING IN HARNESS iJn rslPaducah Harness FactoryIl 208 lKentucky Avenue rltoner Old 784 a New 540 1 I physlclann seeking afterf knowledge and truth can accomplish results Thcso results can bo broushtaboutiby only treat efforts on the part of ev tory individual phynlclan by being tap A maKtuinlinous to our fellow onen shunning as we would deadly serpcntii the tendency or backbiting our neigh 4 bore and especially our brother In tho profession wo nit need1 n greatI s t deal moro of Christs spirit to help us C toot out tho wicked envy and Jealousy Indulged InbJ omc medical nicu Tho noblest profession can be corrupt ed by tho weakness hyprocrlny and1 charlatanism of a toy members ta that Us name and face can hardly bo recognised it U then tbo duty of t every truo lover of the noblo 4 of medicine to give his bwT 1Eni aad ipiest manhood to cleansing tta weakMaaeaalways cndeavtltiai- to prou ole n spirit of progress by on courajdng pramy concord andI era fcBiTpnat conrfderaflfm among Its members Vo need a little moro Cln IICnIJand resjiect for ourselves and calling In a little more tolerance refiour fellow worker and a recegnttlontt If of this all Important fact that thoIIs p public will trust and respect us only to the extent anti mpoot to whichEstwin trust and respect each otierr this la the secret of a new era qflJ l professional fraternity H otirerSunny Side camp Xo 181 W q rItcpBunda FlorencuStationare Invited F P nOdERS Clerk i i f To tho lubJlTo necoinmo date patron the Ilowjamltown tar j till rave Fourth and Broadway duringBrunonsj t i i J I sea a husband has just rem turned to hls wife after anabenco of twenty years x 41 Ddiho get the sample mnlqlieilV Loutsvlllo CourierJournal V A KODAK Taken with you In your auto mobllo doubles the pleasure of imodelsii- ifautoraoblllsts One the new t- AI You can take a picture I 11000 of a sec- ondMcPhersons Drug Store Solo agents for Eastman Ko daks Huylers Candy Itewll Itemedles Htoltx Klectrophone l I b of J jWITEIJAI ttTIfIon to Investigate oar Inllcles and know that they j are backed by million of dollars of capital and by millions of dole tars of surplus to their policy holder- sWATKDYou to know thai Imo pay prompt cash for bases f The Friedman Insurance Agency 1 Office Xe 113 S Hh Second Street Office Phone 170A Residence Phone 1B81 r CONFEDERATE FLAGS And Other Decorations at D E Wilsons 313 Broadway These flap are suitable for nlany occasions and should be shown by all who respect the deeds of I performed for the Lost Cause ttIIII o BRADLEY BROS f t MoleJ AS ntl1 Both Phones 339p r