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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 127127fl t b1ttt 1lbtnin VOL XXVIII NO 110 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 29 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK PllAINE POISON ALMOST FATAL TO THREE IN FAMILY Ate Veal Steak Last Night and Were in Serious Condition Physician Works Heroically to Save Them ILL AUK NOW OUT OP DANOI5II Threo ptoplo had Q narrow escape from death laloyyesterday afternoon as a result of ptomalno pokonlng and fr several hours they were in t critical condition Voal steak uorvctl for diner yesterday at the homo of airs IP II Cox 224 Adams street wife of tho woll known tcnrlno on tfnwir Inl thought to have been tho- IUI8i of tho illness Mrs Cox Iwunltft Cox her twontymontli old daughter and Mini Eunice Rigor were 111 and not until this morning were thoy entirely out of danger The moat Will served yesterday at dinner and yesterday afternoon all the members of tho family that par took of tho dinner became ill stmul tan outly Dr Q A Woshburn was called and ho recognized symptoms of severe oases of ptomalno poison ing Antidote were administered but It required berolc work to save the family Mrs Cex was not so seriously 111 an the other two and last night at 1 oclock she rallied sufflctonUy to attend her child Several times the Ife of tko baby was despaired of and she was sick nil night Mis lUsor was alro violently 111 and was r not abf to leave her bed until today Although out of danger today the members of the family are weak They say that the veal steak was the cause of the Illness although other poople bought meat from the amo ykOe aU they were not flffeted Suit Against Coal Co Suit to rwovor H323C3 alleged duo on account was flied In circuit court today by the Carbondalo Coal Coke company against F 8 John ston doing business as Johnston Fuel company An attachment was granted on the icoal agency Tho company Is iooattdljrht Fourteenth and Tennessee streets Recently the sate of the company was robbed of 12 00- CIII11ItFN G11hTOwiio I RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL The ohIUrcn who contributed do nations for tho charity patients at UivoreUo hoapluJ are Katherine Williamson Charles Jennings WwUlIc Lnnfr Mardi Leo Walker La Verne Purcoll Barbara Nell Paxton ElMo Vorts Nolan PuKlsnt Konnett Gardner Mary Smith and lone Sbwe- CA8UV ASH illS WIFH I VOYAGIIFROM STORMY John P Casey and wife who re side at 310 George street came back late yesterday afternoon and wore surprised to nod their friends in grief over tholr auppotod death by drowning In the Ohio river during the storm Sunday After spending Bunday fishing In tho Illinois lakes assay and hlti wlfo started across the river In their skirt but before get ting tar from bank the wind drove them back Finding that It would bo Impossible to make the trip they remained In Illinois until yesterday afternoon about E oclock When they reached tho Kentucky side they were surprised to learn that friends wore on tho opposite ado searching for thorn TWELVE RECRUITS FOR UNITED STATES ARMY The last of tho nine applicants to be accepted at tho local recruit log station hoto this month was Thomas W Murphy 21 years old son of the Roy Hodgo Murphy of Sicrldan whoso charge Is at the M E church south at Rushvlllo 111 Murphy who applied yester day to Sergeant C A Blake and was accepted this morning by Capt George W Klrkpatrlck of Evans vllle Ho Is n brother of Charles Murphy who enlisted hero one year ago and who Is stationed In tho coast artillery nt Fort Caswoll N Cotono of the most desirable posts in tho United States Thomas Murphy goes Into coast artillery service also nod Is a fins specimen of manhood Ho loft today for Jefferson Barracks St Louis for his assignment Today closes a Rood month for tho local station Out of 24 applicants 9 were accept ed and all wero excellent types of oldleri 1l i House of Governors Convenes At Frankfort Dr Woodrow Wilson Sounds Keynote in His Address When Governor of Ohio Meets Governor of New Jersey Democrats Take Notice at Louisville Tomorrow Frankfort Ky ov29The gov ernor ot Ohio said to the now governor of New Jersey I am very glad to meet you Doctor And as they greeted each other the hopeful Democracy of Frankfort looking on protected to see a lifelike tableau of the next candidate fur president and for vice president Judson Harmon and Woodrow Wilson and 23 other chief oxccutlvea opened their confer ence here today Only 19 governors are miming S W Mxrmv Wilson Makes Speech 1rarkfort Ky Nov 29 Stwolal With 24 governors jirosont tho governors conference was called to order hero at noon After luncheon at Colonel E H Taylors the con ference convened Governor welIcomodWllron of Now Jersey mado the key noto speech after that Governor Potbfllr of Rhode Island had re sponded to the addrowMs of welcome The governors reception will tako place tonight and tho guests will go to Loulivlllo tomorrow An unique feature of the rccepakm to the governors In Frankfort tonight will bo the presence of tho for mer governors of Kentucky All have been Invited to attend and the meeting is expected to be ln the na ture of a reunion Tho list of for mor governors of Kentucky includes J rW Deckham United States Bontnor William o Bradley former United Sates Senator James D Me Croary General Simon Bolivar Duck nor and J Proctor Knott Governor Booklinm Is still a young man and Is a resident of Frankfort Senator McCroary hives at Richmond and Is still hale and hearty Senator Brad Icy Is of course still In tho ring General Ducknor Is not far from 90 years of ago but willl be present to greet the visiting governors Ho will make the trip to Frankfort from his home in Hart county Former Gov ernor J Proctor Knott who resides at Lebanon In Marlon county la in feeble health and will not be able to aeoopt tho Invitation extended to blm Mrs Luko P Blackburn the widow of tho lato Governor Luko P Itlaokburn has alto boon Invited to attend the governors conference and has accepted the Invitation Roosevelts Now Nationalism was swatted by Governor eleet Wilton of Now Jersey when In an address ho told Wo favor the exorcise of federal power wherever necessary for the common benefits Wo do not boo Move tho Invention of now federal powers Is either necessary or desirable President Moojuot Attends Attorney J D Mocquot president of tho Kentucky Stnto Bar aseocla ton probably will leave tonight for youlsvlllb to attend tho meeting of governor there tomorrow The meet- Ing Is being held In Frankfort today and wKil adjourn to meet In Louis dUo tomorrow The trial of Will Taylor Frank Boatwrlght and Dob Mooro In po lice court this morning developed tho fact that a regiment ot young men known as tho Promised Land nand has been holding Sunday at ternoon services at Iseraans wag on yard Second and Washington streets for some time Complaint was made to tho po lice yesterday and Frank Boat wright Will Taylor and Bob Moore were arrested by Patrolmen Eng land and stowart According to witnesses who wcro victims to baptismal exorcises conducted at the horse trough at the rear ot tho stable they were challenged and it willing to Join tho band they re THE Tho predictions and tempera taro for the pat twentyfour hours will bo found nt the top of the seventh column on pago tew Y FOIL SOUTH 1OLB Christ Church Nuw Zealand Nov 29Copt Robert F a Scott leading on English Ant artlc expedition sailed today from Port Chambers aboard the a ship Pierre Mova Ho expects I to reach the south pole by De comber 1911 IIIIIIIISIIIIII MADERO SEEKING FOR RECOGNITION MKXIOAN IVSUIIOKXT LKADEIt MAY UK OV WAY TO WASIf- INUTOV San Antonio Texas Nov 29Iti- s reported on good authority herd today that Fmncltco Madoro has left toIVashingtonbrother uustavo Madoro and seek recognition from tho United States government Giutavo Madero as confidential agent of the rocolutlontsts has been Ignored by tho state department which recognizes only Mexican Am baiwdor Ln Barra RevolutJonarJes have gone from hero to Washington Mexico City dlepatchetf toy that the government Is stripping muni lions of war Into dilbualiau stator Coming From Brazil lion and Mrs Charles D Armour of Brazil will arrive In Paducah De comber 20 on a visit to relatives and friends After a visit to Mrs Carrie V Mandnll of tho county they will Ileave for Now Orleans and sail for Draxll whore Mn Armour will go on business for tho government MrsI Armour IIs a granddaughter of Hon John L Murray former congressman from this district FIVE MILLION BANK FAILURE IS PROBED Guthrie Okla Nov 29The su promo court today Issued a writ of mandamus compelling Governor liar kell as chairman of tho state bank Ing board to submit for Investigation all records of tho Columbia Bank and Trust company ot Oklahoma City which failed for 500000d a year ago Requisition Refused On tho grounds that tho affidavit was not properly drawn Governor Augustus E Wlllson has refused the Paducah police department requlsl tion papers for the return of J A Gary wanted hero on a charge of forgery Gary is now under arrest in Indianapolis on a similar charge and Is wanted In other cities lie was recently arrested In Memphis Chief of Police Singery received no tice from Governor Wlllson today and has written Andrew Smith vice president of the Capitol National bank at Indianapolis Performance of Rite Questioned in Court WEATHER celvcd a ducking or a sprinkling Oils McManus made no serious ob jection to joining the Promised Land and was sprinkled M Womble an aged man says the band picked him up bodily and ducked his head into a trough Jim Showers another convert said he received tho blessings Tony Iseman said he was willing to Join but owing to the toothache ho declined Patrolman Walter England who passed the stable Sunday afternoon said ho was Invited by the band to join In the ex ercises and when he declined the band conspired to carry him to tho trough Judge Cross suspended n fine of 25 against each defendant on con dition they would bo of good be havior in the future All promised after a sound lectur- eNebraska Census Washington Nov 21Tho total population of JNebraslca was an nounced to day as 1192 214 an in create ot lSi5t914 or 118 per cent i GULFTOSOUND IS BURLINGTON SYSTEMS PLAN Connection at Paducah Be comes Important Link in Trade Seattle to New Orleans andI Atlantic Ports VIA BRIDGE AT METROPOLIS Chicago III Nor 29VlUll com mercial possibilities are seen in th opening by two railroads of new and shorter avenues between the north and west and the southeast country lying between the Mississippi river the Ohio and the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico The Burlington has opened a new southern route throughI Its HerrlnMetropolls line In Illinois connecting at the Ohio river with tho Nashville Chattanooga St Lout- at Paduoah The Eastern Illinois has also established a new fart freight service in connection with the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis and Louisville Nashville System Until further disposition 1 is made the Burlington will route Its Freight to the south via seven miles of the Illinois Centrals tracks to Drookport on the Illinois side of the Ohio river across from Paducah Ky thence across the river by car ferry until a now bridge at that point f erectedThis new route connects with nill the principal lines traversing the south Time Is clipped by the new Eastern Illinois train which will maintain a Chicago Atlanta schedulet of fortythreo and a half hourfc CuirtoSoiind Route Denver Col Nov 29jBurling ton officials have figured out the nlftoEound route and when all con lections recompfofte4lfw1II boon jf the most Important cottoncarrying g outes in the world In Colorado north of Denver the route traverses ho LongmontBurns Junction branch Colorado and Southern from Long rent to Fort Collins and Welling ton thence over the new line of the C and S which Is to be built from Wellington to Cheyenne at once It vlll bo a distance of thirty miles and rust be completed by July 31 North if Cheyenne the Colorado and Southern Is to be used connecting with the hlcagO and Northwestern at the Pow ler river From ThermopolU to the Powder tho Burlington Is now build ng n branch to bo finished in Oc ober 1911 The line from Thermopolls to Lau el lg being shortened and from Laurel the Northern Pacific will carry he transcontinental goods to Sea- to The Colorado and Southern with ts Texas lines wlM be used south of Denver From Seattle to the Orient he mil steamship lines will be used AL WINFREY ARRESTED ON A LARCENY CHARGE Returning from tho south where he has been for several weeks Al1 Wlnfree was nabbed today by tho police on the charge of grand tar oeniyi Ho has been wanted for sev era week Winfreo was caught toy Patrolmen England and Stewart at the homo of Mattie flail 213 Ten nessee street Winfreo Is accused o stealing 100 front James Warfor- on October 18 From Paducah Win free went to Pine Bluff Arlr Win freo failed to make a bond and was placed In tho county Jail STATES TO BLAME FOR MANY DEATHS STATISTICIAN REPOHTS 30000 MIXKRS KILLED IN 20 YEARS Gulden Colorado Nov 29Thlr tynine thousand men have boon kill cd In coal mines In the last twenty years according to Professor James C Edwards of the federal bureau of mines hero today Three are killed In this country to ono in all other nations Coal duet is ono hundred per cent more deadly than gas explosions The bulk of accidents are due to falling roofs and coal prac tically most of which could be pro vented Tho general government cannot compel operators to use safety de vices so long as tho states retain this power Edwards says Ropke Fidelity Trust Companys Defaulter Pleads Guilty And Is Sent Up For Ten to Fifteen Years Jury Being Drawn For Trial of Joe Wendling at Louisville Mine Boiler Explode and Killed Two People Louisville Ky Nov 2t Special August Ropke accused of embez zling 1490000 from the Fidelity Trust company pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the penitentiary- for from 10 to 18 years here today- 11endlingJury 3LoulsvLlJeKr Nov 29 Special The work of selecting a Jury was continued In the Wendling case this morning One of the Jurors selected yesterday is 111 making II necessary to choose eight more A new panel waa ordered Two Killed by Explosion Sturgis Ky Nov 29 Specials At the mines of the Bell Union Coal company flue miles from here a boiler explosIon killed Manager J T Gifford and Charles Travis blow Ing them to pieces Travis head was severed from hIs body Want Aero Corps Washington Nov 29The army ordnance and fortifications board In Its annual report to tho secretary of pure chase of a number of aeroplanes and the establishment of an aero corps Fire at Golconda Golconda 111 Nov 29The Eagle clothing store owned by Carl Kuhl and the office of the New Era on the second floor was dam aged several hundred dollars last night at 8 oclock when fire broke out Prompt action of the fire de partment eayed the building TheI chief damage to the stock of cloth lag was done by water Two Fires Extinguished Since yesterday the tire depart ment has answered two alarms but neither fire was serious Last night at 620 oclock tome paper caught fire at tho residence of Al Shoemaker 1249 Kentucky avenue Hose companies Nos 3 and 5 answered the alarm and extlnsushed the blaze with out any loss The second alarm was answered this morning at 1030 oclock by hose companies Nos 1 and 4 and truck company No 4 at the home of A Sells 719 South Third street A gasoline stove ex ploded but damage was done INITIATIVE AND THE REFERENDUM LITTLE BALLOT CARRIES IN IL LINOIS ELECTION 1JY lUG VOTE Springfield 111 Nov 29Corn plete official returns from the satire state on the little Gallo pro10111 tions submitted at the November election In Illinois show the follow ing For amendment to the constitu retd erendum 4C507C against For state wide civil service 411 G7G against It 121133 For a corrupt practice act 422 437 against it 122689 SHOPEARLY Buy your Christmas Pre sents earlyearly in the day and early in Decem ber That will be your biggest gift of the holidays to the workers behind the counters andon delivery wagons n a IUD AS FOOTBALL S Lima Ohio Nov 29CUra loy Gorhart lightweight boxer of Detroit lies unconscious here e today as the result of a cerebral hemorrhage He Is exxpected to did Gearhart went tern rounds with Jack Mcllenry I there last night 11111 III 1111111I- SLAND GREEKS BRIDGE PLANNED CITY ENGINEER WHITES EX WHIT TO BEGIN worm ON SICIJ IOATIOsSI Another seep In th j building of the proposed bridge over Island creek was taken today by the city when City Engineer L A Washington wrote to Wilbur J Watson the spe dal bridge engineer of Cleveland who was here n few weeks ago tn structing him to proceed with the plans for the public bridge which It Is estimated will cost between J30 000 and 40000 conIInuredJ committee in refusing the building of a bridge jointly with the Paducah J Traction company City Engineer Washington has directed his attention J to the MOflOO structure suggested by Mr Watson The bridge for vehicles and pedestrians is to be about 300 feet In length and 40 feetI la width It will have a 28foot roadway and sixfoot sidewalk onI either plllo The bridge Is to be tho I SUg1IflnlsheslthejI sent here and the general will be ready to let the couneHI Is believed that the contract I awarded In January when of cement Is touch cheaper With I that oft the citys hands the work will be up to the contractor I I License is Changed Tho county saloon license ofM L RIckman Eighth and Husbands streets was transferred to Theobald Peters who conducts a restaurant at Eleventh street and Broadway Rick man appealed from an order of IayJJi or Smith revoking his license recently HUNDREDljlj OVER TWO j PERISH IN CASPIAN i Berlin Germany Nov 29 280 Russians and Persians perished j when ten vessels went down in a hurricane on the Caspian sea ac cording to dispatches received hero today to The Tageblatt 20 persons I were rescued by the crew of SlnklnglorI FAMOUS FORGERI BEGINS HIS TERMI SOXilVLAW OF ST LOUIS MIL LIONAIRE TAKES TWO YEARS I Jefferson City Mo Nov 29M DwIght Fortner a former St Louis real estate operator and soninlaw of A IL llandlan a millionaire man ufacturer withdrew his appeal from conviction of forgery before the supreme court today and was commit ted to the state penitentiary for two yearsHe was convicted a year ago of forging the name of Henry S Tulley I to a check for 113000 was captured In Paris FortnerII a chaso of 5000 miles gulf ot Mexico across Panama and tho Atlantic ocean Ho was trailed by his lavish expenditure of 100 bills Chicago Market Dee HIch Low Close Wheat 8054 89 Corp 44V 434 89II Oats 313k 30tt 313k 1 4 ROUSTABOUT RUNS AMUCK AND JUMPS INTO GOLD RIVER Alleged to Have Robbed and Shot Comrade and Fired at Police Ernest Phillips Takes to Life Preserver POLICE FOLLOW IN A SKIFF Ernest Phillips a desperate negro 22 years old of Clarksvllle Tenn was pulled from tho Tennessee river at 1230 oclock this afternoon by Patrolman Walter England and two volunteers utter It la alleged he had robbed John Taylor colored 2G of PemsTviUe Tenn of 3 shot him and engaged In a pistol duel with Patrolman Henley Franklin from the fleet of tho West Kentucky coal company at the foot of Tennessee streetIHe was looked up on two charges of malicious shooting with Intent to kilt His two revolvers sunk Taylor the victim was struck la tho left thigh and a second bullet nipped the lobe of his loft CaT Ha Is not seriously hurt Between 15 and 20 shots were fired In the roundup According to Taylor Phillips knocked him In the ro1lvelTnylorshots Tho police were notified and Patrolmen Henley Franklin and Walter England with Fire Chief James Wood hailed a taxlcab and wero driven at full speed to the sceneIn the meantime Phillips who was toItheraillroad ing a skiff whoa the officers jumped from the cab and gave pursuit Phillips jumped Into tho skiff and pulled for the fleet of burgers sev oral yards out and fired one shot at Patrolman Franklin who returned fire Phillips jumped to the towboat Reaper darted across the deck and hid behind the gunwale of the towboat Gleaner He raised both weapons and fired at Patrolman Franklin who was lucky again and escaped being struck Patrolman Franklin forged ahead and PhOMps seeing ho was cornered hurdled over several barges grabbed a life pre server and Jumped Into the river swimming out srteam as fast as he could Ills two revolvers were lost In the rhOr- Patrolmen Franklin and England continued firing and peppered tho water whore tho negros headi was protruding but failed to hit him Securing a skiff Patroman England enlisted the services ot two laborers land roOO out to Phlllps who was more than willing to surrender Half drowned and chilled he was pulled Itrom the Soy water and convoyed to transferralItowith malicious shooting and wounding with Intent to kill and malicious shooting without woundng wth ntont to kill was hauled to the police Ifu1or the patrol wagon and his wounds dressed by City Physician W J Bass Doth negroes are roustabouts on the steamer Clyde which arrived this morning from Waterloo Ala It his thought they had some difficulty up tho Tennessee river Phtlllpa toad a hard chin la jail U P Man Passes Through On a special train M L Schleff a director of the Union Pacific rail road Jn private car No 916 passed through Paducah this morning en route from New York to New Or leans At Louisville the private car of Mr AE Cliff superintendent of southern lines of the Illinois Central was connected to the train STATE AND COUNTY TAX COLLECTIONS ARE BIG Money Is pouring Into the office lof Sheriff Gcorgo W Houspr and ho and his deputies aro busy collecting tho county and state taxes Tomorrow will bo the last day for tho payment of tho tax without tho penalty of ton per cent and prop arty owners have crowded the office all day In order to accommodate the tax payers Sheriff Houser will keep his office which Is located on South Fourth street open tonight and also Wednesday night Sheriff Houser has Issued the edict that ho will lovy upon property add sell It andIpaid ea on timefhavo 4- iii J 7 s MTtiar WSi TrR ++rv e p- yr wt PRE TWO THE PADUDAH EVENING SUNTuFSnaxsov mFno u r wawaM nw I YoM Cm Work Near a Window in winter when you have a i cncc tfuil Otl 1Heater It Is a portable radiator which can be moved to any a room or to any room in a douse When you have a RFECTIOSMOKELESS e tjofnfefy smokeless and odorless you do not have to work close to the stove which Is usually far from the window Yon can work where you wish and be warm You can work on dull winter days in the full light near the window without being chilled to the bone The Perfection 011 Heater quickly gives heat and with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine Hours withOut smoKe or smell An i indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font The filler cap put in like a cork in a bottle is attached by a chain This heater has a cool handle and d damper tOp The Perfection 011 Heater has an automallolocldnjj flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so the Wick can be quickly cleaned The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed in an instant for rewicking The Perfection Oil Heater is finished in japan i nickel is strong durable wellmade built for service and orII light and ornamentall t Dtattrt Evtryvtiin ekeml el ycurt fI1ri Sloe ditcrfti d J- arStandard niintt Ctixj Oil Company J I Incorporated Treasury Statement SGH724IWashington Nor9At the 1Jetit Ordinary receipts Saturday wore 1I7S2552H with dlabursetnent- the filnnins of business the conation of iof 920590C8tt rnltfti Stator troflimry I I Tho UenrU to date this JlKaV 50arj dfflecIItsA rWnj litttanw In trcamy 896999599 as nBalnst IesI72 87742C In banks and at this timo last year jiino treasury J337S1875 11IUlP125028591 fijnmw exclude Panama I total balance In general fund public debt transactions t I Ayers Cherty Pectoral I Doctors m 00 m YOUR WINTER CLOTHES Aro a live issue these days You couldnt ask Mare than that thy should not only fit but SATISFY 10Utlia9our guarantee with every Suit or Overcoat And we further guarantee every piece of goods we use to be nil wool lI Well save you from 1600 to 1500 on what even ready- made I clothes of equal quality would cost We can prove these things If you give us a chance Suits and Overcoats 15 tto 40 NEWTON TAILORING CO 123 South Fourth Street u THE CITY NATIONAL BANK r UXITKi STATUS DKIOSITOHV TUB BANK OF STKKXGTIf Capital 910000000 Hurpln 20300000 Habits determine your future Get tho BANK BOOK HABIT now and assure for yourself a future of Independence Deposit your savings In the City National Bank of Paducah the llvest i KentuckyiIXTEIliT PAID OX TIMI3 IEli SITS i l OFFICERS S D Hughes President L M Bloke Sr Chairman Board Jos L Friedman Vice Prest of Directors Jos C Utterback Cashier C E Richardson Asst Cashier Emmet S Bagby Asst Cashier 4rt M COMFORTSMAutolstfl certainly can enjoy themselves If equipped with the many coldweather comforts which are featured In our accessories U departmentClarks Foot Warmers Wind Shields Tire Chains AntiFreez ing Solution Etc Special prices on Coupe Tops too Let us figure with you on making a coupe out of your present car Kentucky Auto 4Machine Co rt G FISHER Prop Sixth and Jefferson Sts TIME TABLE FerryBoat G Wi Robertson leave Paducah for Owen Landing atr 6 00am Leave Paducah for Owens Landing atrcrI 845= a m Leave Paducah for Owens Landing atIe 200 pm Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 630 pm Leave Paducah for Brbkport at t r00a m Leave Paducah for Brbckporl it 1200 nooa Leave Padiicah for Brockport at 415 p m Leave Paducah for Livingston Point at + 846 a m Lp1tLTablesAll afternoon ride for Ladles and Children for It ashA Twenty Htfe Ride for 10 cents JOHN E ROLLING Mamr 4 II i- vi t t u FUGITIVE SUES OLD NEIGHBORS J T VAX 1100SRH ASKS FOR- 481100t IA11AatS Formerly ltestdel in Christina County Driven Out liy Night Riders r QISK IX Tin FRDrltT COURT Owensboro Ky Xov 29Tho- big damage case ot J F Van 1 loos or formerly of Christian c6unj but now of Cookvllle Tonn agalnnt A A Robinson Bud tiuke OrviUo Cook E G Robinson Wetloy Mcacham corgo Atkinson Bernard Meachtun George Atkinson Bernard Johnson George Barnes John G Henderson Dave Smith William Harrison James Corley Melroso Mc Kinney Walter Martin Osewr Nel son Robert Overton George Grace John T Johnson and lEphlranv Head Is now on trial tn the United States court Alt the defendants rosdo In Christian county with tho exception of John T Johnson nnd Kphlram Head who nro residents of Todd county and are present In court The caso js one of the most Im portant that has been tried in the federal court In Owendjoro In petttw1 Van lloosor and his wlfo and three clilldren formerly resided 1m Chris than county Im what Is known as tho t Dark Tobacco dlrtrM SOme time during the year 1908 societies were organized In that rotlnty and certain I parts of Tenneareo know as the Farmers U onuJoquIQ Boj clotles anduThu Silent Brlgrulei and finally according to the plaintiffs1 I petition It terminated In whet was afterwards known os night riders Tho petition says that on or about December 20 1905 the plaintiff who then resided on hie farm In Christian count and had raised a fine crop of tobacco and bc causo ho would not Join tho Silent Drlsado or uNight Riders and would not take tho oaths of these ondntlonlllI wee Uirentraetl with defendanI banded together and with force did 9 cult beat and bruUe this plaintiff and did to terrify hte wife an three children that he was forced to leave his farm and abandon his home and on account of such threats ho has been compelled to semnln away He rialtns that he has 0 eon damaged in tho sum of ISOOOO for which sum ho asks the Jury to award him dam agos Van Hoofer is present In court with his wife and children and is wing represented by George W Jolly of this city omit M J Adcoek of Cookvllle Tenn The defendants attorneys ore R A Miner of this city Judge W T Fowler John C Duffy and Judge C O Prouso ot Hopklnsrillo Sites Rogers ot Purls Kr Is doing the stenographic work In tho care- Drerscd in Black Mid Yellow Not Football Cowre but t o tolor of the carton containing FoV HJS Honey and Tar the best and eaf eat cough remedy for all coughs and colds Do not accept a substitute but see that you get the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar in a yellow carton with black letters Gilberts drug storeEVENING SUNS DAILY MARKET Hopklnsrlllo Tohncco Hopklnsvllle Nov 291quietly and unostontatlousb but Bono the lees vigorously did Uio to xicco market open tot wo lU throughout this region after h rigb- een held In chock for nearly a month bY reason of the continued ill weather gad the uncertainty pro railing as a result of the conditions In tho burley district following the nO DOES THAT ItAZOR i I liO5 J cirAnLEv II South Call TURNEIt and Second ROOT Sec IUIJIlII I 222 Wo aro offering a bargain In Pipes this month and will giro double coupons on all pipes bought during the month of November The Smoke House 333 BroadwayOppotlU Walletstela J a n ThingThat NeuralgiaThe Neuralgiawhich La Grippe are frequently almost un bearable and few medicines afford any relief to the sufferer I am a ruralmail carrier and have been a User of the Dr Miles medicines for years Dr Miles AntiPain Pills cant be beaten They are the only thing I have found that will relieve my neuralgia and I have tried most everything betides medicine from the doctor I am willing to tell anyone what 4 tho A AntiPain Pills did for me- CHARLES HILDERIIIUNDT Box 205 Wbodvill Ohio- If you like Mr Hildcrbrandt have tried most everything in vain why not do as he did fight your aches and pains with Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Let the pills bear the brunt of the battle No matter how stubborn the con test they will come out victorious Dr Miles AntiPain Pills stand on their record which is along list of cures extending back a generation Drugglm everywhere tell them If tint package falls to benefit your druggist will return your money MILES MEDICAL Co Elkhart Ind collate of tho burley pool Tho representatives of the American Snuff company the Italian KegIC tho Imperial Tobacco company and other companies to testy nothing of a number of individual dealers and speculators are now buying freely and large purchases have been made Prices are rUling much higher than had been expected The average for crops as a whole Is ttnated to to from 8 to ISCQ the stole being about as follows Trash and tow lugs 10 to JCGO common grade 7 to J7SO medium grade SrO to J9 good to fine grades 9 to ill w i e- S 1JVETOCK ee rrorrrrrTxnilnIHe Xor 9Tho receipts of hogs were 1441 head as com pared with 7246 a year ago Owing to the ecant UI i lv and a good healthy demand the trade opened early at an advance of ICo on all grades and ruled active Selected hogs all weights selling at 715 with the roughs out at JCSO down Tho pens wore won cleared carlr in the day and the market dosed steady o firm The receipts of cattle wore 1284 head as against 2362 a year ago and lM a two years ago Tlioro was a fairtj Kuod crowd of boyore on the y nko The market olwaod acth on oboloa haiid hotelier oatUo every tiling of that description changing hands readily at 10015c bettor prices white the medium and inferior kinds were neglected and slow sale Heavy butcher stews both of med- Ium and choice quality were very dull and draggy hand to move at barely steady prices Good demand for the best feeders and stookers ns woK as strong weight flop steers commonfl travho took cattle and light undesirable shoppers slow ItuHn steady oanners dull Mlloh cows firm Honvy steer trade very dull Ins fairly well cleared Olives Receipts 110 tho market ruled ion a tliado lower the bulk of the best SffSYa c vomo fancy higher medium CffSe common 2 Ya fCc fiheop and rjnnlM- noceipU 194 head Tho ma- rketDYSFEPSIA Having taken your wonderful Casca rets for three months and being entirely dyspepeiaIcomposition called remedies but without avail aud I daythana year James IcGune JOB Mercer St Jersey City N J pleasant Fatatable Potent Taste Good tripelOcscUlna tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to cure or your money back 819 FOR MEN Dreie nueineee or Work ShOO IVADIKS lllKK OX XIOHT Ono nOCent ticket will admit two ladles or one lady anti one gentle man Miiht lho bought and pntil for before 530 Thursday evening A ie1in1 We Have Taken the Exclusive Agency fo- rtheWorld Famous Guaranteed Shoes Y From now on tho men of this town will have alt opportunity to buy Ruarritied shoes We have made it possible by taking the agency for Dcsnoycrs iSix Months Shocs the lint and only shoes ever sold under a written guaranty J The Only Guaranteed Shoes on Eafth- I ttNecrI before has It been possible to buy ptiarntiteod Iioos bccauscjncvcr before have guaranteed shoes been made Heretofore It has been nbsolute iy impossibl- el for manufacturers to make n shoe good enough to guarantee Theft enormouslselling expense prevented it High salaried traveling men big hotclbills etcrtill cost shoe manufacturers over Five Million Dollars a year I TO GIVE RILL SIX u 1 These shoes will be a revelation to the people of this town They nro marvels of beauty style and thane Never before have you seen such leather and such wearing qualities Heres the If either tho sofcs or uppers wear out within four months wo agree to furnish a new pair of shoes entirely tree of charge If either tho soles or uppers wear out during the fifth month wo acreo to refund 200 in cash If eIther the soles or uppers wear out during tho sixth month wo agree to refund 1100 in cash In other words 1C these shoes should not give full six months wear h can blcIDestroyers Six Months Shoes GUARANTEED WEARa Guarantee more tho fall tho Six the sole the to care Is It and and Six wonderful appearance as as They a never before equaled a shoo at anywhere near the sumo 1 Shoe Clear Six Shoes are sole box toes to give strength tip is which costs as as but it and smoothest by machines using silk Nothing but the Sit for end Iht + Jar a whil wr s about steady Ut Itoiba wiling to butchers at 50 G He medium nnd culls StfSc rittep 23c down and medium sheep slow tale nt ICSic St loulfc Nov Scattknccolptff EOOO Market Mealy- Native beef fC G OOPTVi Calves In carload lots 650fl 7000 A lM and l 1C7571 park ors ICC54T70 Imtotiwrfl nod JC05e 10 SbtlU icrtpt 4000 Xa tlro motions SSOO400 Iambs 15500700 main floor nt 9100 Nov 24 2G 2GCyrll Scott in Tho Man Nov 28 29 toTim in Dec 7Harry Bulger InuTho Flirting Dec 9 10 Kddlo Foy and Down Broadway Special trnlnl00 people But Dcsnoycrs Shoo Co did away with traveling men and their expenses sell direct to dealers by letter and put the thousands dollars saved into better leather and other materials Thus they to make shoe thnt3 far superior to others and good tnoiig 0 MONTHS wo refund than proportion short Best in the World of Mouths Shoes send way to Switzer laud and for hiJfri from which they make these shoes The Swlwox Soles are tanned f Switzerland hilts which are the toughest and finest hides for leather pro duced anywhere in world owing Switzerlands high altitude and the extreme with which the Swiss stock raised 1Is protected from all weather conditions kept clean healthy Months Shoes ore In well In wearing qualities combine style finish nnd quality in degree In selling price Months mado with leather extra at tho Army duck Using used twice much ordinary lining Is tho strongest lining made I The together lockstitch grade thread ruled common rigs aiMs best- heavy Market Mwulr Always seats Lottery phy Opp Princess They they Franco Stubta sermon thank to of Drama Tho Vrltlcn The Veal used the uppers la Six Moths Shoes ex tamely lough yet closer fibred softer and flexible tho hides grown fh country to shoes selling under the system and Waterproof jNot being satisfied merely the makers of Six Months Shoes sole leather by process which makes it remarkably flexible and entirely waterproof Best Looking Best Wearing Shoes Made Quality Threugh uppershighest best Linen thread is In sowing the soles These methods all cost more make the shoes much longerWe Make Good the Guarantiee 1 You dont have to send your shoe to the factory to be re deemed or to the refund Wt make good the guar and manufacturer pays us You no dealings whatever with strangers You dont risk one cent when you Months Shoes You know you will months tor JlOO or the equivalent of that In dollars and cents fA PURPOSE Deanorere Mo8thi SliMS in made lIs very latest style every FOR EVERYSTYLE QtpctlO Then an work butlnnt ikori Shoe Ao4 kit ot each to choose from You ttol on pair 10 hshalerl Call nt stew pwtxI 1 oJ Is a 1 j Yii9111dll tknsn- n the fat the Fat strr 9 II- Ialolre1keealpte 8 SHUBERTMasonic iLouisvilles Leading Playhouse 400 Mur Mr 6 C 8 InuUp tie a J Leather The manufacturers mm It btra how did like my on JhindayT Oh I thought it was beautiful air you air And which tart of It wonw you most T whl sr what took mo mat air was your perseverance Tho Kvcr Ptttln V PAris nines for are more than this foreignhIlesuse them In t Flexible with sebesttan all their a secret and Irish used they 1 secure anti have buy have six wear your the boas styles loll bold hold Ilair the way west over the same thing acalti cud Tat- tlerI A Miry Is always idlo remarks f I If111nlo may give consont or may give offense IOnlyCITY TRANSFER CO C L Van Manager I IAll Kinds of Hauling Storage and Packing Phones e e 499 The Fidelity Underwriters of New York The worlds strongest and largest Fire Insurance Co Assets 30 millions policyholders surplus 19 millions THE FRIEDMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Onico Itnwuhvnr Both 1lioncfl r nn The Kentucky Theatre y KvcnlngH tiCarney Goodman Managers m tMntliico ftitiiidny s8O Three c m Nights ns Thursday Dec 1st The Original Yankee Doodle Stock Company I Introducing the talented young actress ESTHER EVANS pported by Oscar OShea and a complete cast I t TIIUItSUAY of dramatic artists BIG DOUBLE BILL ItcaiillfulI Only a Farmers Daughter- and The Yankee Doodle GirlItrlglitoNt Comedy tvorvn I F t LI t F moderatepriced old 1 but last the Six dress i wfar you you nI1ao man making Ul i Meter Both 128 lmCl SIfjOUcr flour JOe Ualrohy UO- cniillcrj aUc MiUluoo JOc to any part of tho house Sent sale opens Tlnirsilny 10 110111tDo Bergen Ilaho lliisscli Clyde no Loug Dave I IIhllty and The Cmson Sites u Every Production1 Complete I 1tirSlltI XOVHM1HM 2ib 1t11HA11 110M1 wmm eUN 1I1 tJ 1m11i J c t EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE dyapeptlesfoptnlonofcure In a t dlgetlon and all forma of iturnach trou1111 and I todoI CaldwclleSyrupt Wo thliuemexnepllonl youlmvo TtIhoJollI ofaeoking ofbiolinl pro + UORlIMnt 1tolSin with hla IIlolnROh took Syrop- t utothersIt IIs a guaranteed euro for Indlcestlon AGood Mechanic Takes no cameo vlicn lie buys 0tailx Ito wants to know want a tin InI getting Tlieroforo lie huh bore wlifro nothing hut the beat U sold Wo Imvo every thing In Hiiltltvuro Tools Hie of Iho heat Jlvo ns it clinnco to hov y- ouHANK BROS 4 aiSi llrwidnay Until 1liunra toy J J BLEICH At lilt calm 110 S Hit Sts ltuppfwlte witter works ofllrP M bas u iileo Mlccllon of Inc AYaialutt Kings Jewelry ICtr hat ho IIn very nuvlotu lo ills IHMO of nt bargain price In 1 looking fur your Clirlfttmas 11II1I1 iiH In tlio jvunlry llnu It HIUIlrlItf roll to see hime JAS A cuurnim Mil nreryrai U ono or tb tknow In bbl Use of UMiNeM Ink the city sad his livery boarding and ales sisal U locaUd SOI South TrtJJt tliU livery will be t fouNd tile vary beat turnout and the fliHMt hams and their price are atalhell In the ItlRliMt MtMut and con fldmc by the bi liMM men and war kit K people throughout this on the Hctlvti of tlit country SMITH A SCOFF TOIIACCO CO The raannfacturlng onnoarna of 4Paducah have done much toward the prMpwIty of the city by giving t cU lot to the working people mid sUMlng furemott among thep manuftietorvn to the Smith Soott Tolwece Co located on KlgbthI and t 1 In mett They are manufncturora of Forked le r tobacco and their out put Ili received with ntlefartlon throughout tta country Thin emI frlnI1l11nlUtudhart antiiRonli U Wr hope to ace th smith A d iti TabaiTQ to grow- I A 0e70e M m3 elmOuhe EEOro vn S 3 bm C t- ouv3Go1a N y v- Y constipation bl1outner headache gal on Iho stomach and similar complaint A tattle can bo had at any drug store for fifty cents or a ilullnr but It you Witt to make a lest of It lint send your ad dress to Dr Caldwell and ho will BUPP a free eahipld bottle cent direct to rout yoclulvecathartics breath perfumes and othoi tempornry reliefs Syrup Pepsin will curt you icrmanenily Dr Caldwell does not feel that the purrhaio of hli remedy ends hie obll ration Ho has specialized In stomach fortsreaderaany wrltthimDr1YbulldlnMonticelloI AN OLDTIME PRESCRIPTION In a modern product Irony time lmmer aorial sage and hiiljijur have been used for the hair pod scalp Almoit every one knows of the value of such a com libation for darkening the hair and mak+ ins It grow In olden times the only way to get a hair tonic of this sort was to bran It In the homo fireplace a method which was troublmMmo and not always uplad310with a read to ue product skillfull CMIIllOundd In Jierfectly equipped laliora WtlhlI8irorailing drncgUts for roc and 100 a tautI or which IN sent direct by the Wyeili Chemical Company 71 Cortland BU New York City upon receipt of pike For Pale And recommended by W L Gilbert and oipand tho coming year and wo fool that wo should cooperato with thorn Tin IADiicAii iiiniir K ruviiCOMPANY A company luch as the Paducah Light R Power Co Involves n largo mount In capital and gives em ployment to a largo force of work Ing people This company id moat olllclently managed which Is suowi by their nourishing condition and tho complete service they render to the public Their plant Is most modernly equipped and their employee rwelvo the very best wages for their labor and they hold tho management In the highest terms Joseph I Friedman t tho prosl dent and II n semratl the manager are bout conscientious and pub Irsiilrttwl builntM nton and lire held In the hlslieet ostuem and cun Idetiee in both business and social dRIieu of our city A HomclioM Mo llclno fljflSt be rcsillj votuablo tacit show iqutltr ROOd rvenlM from oaeb mom bee of tlM family using It Foloys Himr awl Tar dec just kit Wheth er for children or lon persons Paleyg honey aiKl Tar to best and safest for all COUGH and ooJds Gil berts dug store- Trahety Will Miff I eMtale Mtasj Nov 9Tho- Tlten Asaeotntlon of George coun alcll8attlrdRllidI quite an elaborate program he two days session In which forI wchert of the county will take Mal Superintendent J X Powers will be prevent and deliver a lecture on the agricultural high school J C Pent of the Stuto University and niy n Dean county superintendent of education of Jackson county will alto address the association Oowl ICcnitlt AltvnTH Follow Tho use of Foloy Kidney Pills Thor aro upbuilding strengthening nllll soothing Tonic In nctlon quick Iln results Gilberts Drug Store AnnlviilM toy that butter Is most nullI IOUs urtiilo ol dlt anti that IIon c ins r1 jit s T eo 7 I g gnilllr VI II II I Iic55Cn II Snowdrllt fill IWnI f r whk6iuttnrynlnucnrrus- I U is rtbulula They jj- a Fr tuotble ill rrodru4- werldyhnihelbtrutde to irfLl ihrouyhwch deetil Ileluas any srp next in I lover cisuleleuuny hr Weacu Puctv trtydiuiIII ILlTHBNew 90J71iGtINII aemhtNw Oriool t It- e Sabxttnsht TARIFF REVISION IS i UP TO DEMOCRAT fTAlT WAITS ON TAIIIFI IIOAU FOR JllicOMMl2SlATlONH Snrcews of Coining Newton Dopciu on Ircsldint Vcnitii Ilttlo Will Kp Dune UK INSISTS OX HIS IIIO1HA Washington NoV 29When con greet meets a week from today IIt will have Just three months In whIch to performi whatever may bo tho demands of a Republican admlnlatr tlon After that the fate of limo Tat loglvlatlvo program win depend upon the will of the Democratic hous and a HopubUcan senate a condition which will continue untlf the end o President Tafta present term of Office Confronted with a situation strcwt with confusion tho success or fall uro of the approaching short session of the SlxtyDrel congrenj Is believed to rest with the character of tho ex ecuUvo message to be sent to tbo log relative bodies according to ncpubll can party leaders who aro now In tho city Many of the regular Republicans who wore defeated In the recent elections are not expected to carry with the bent of grace the blow so harshly administered and this fact of Itwslt cuts out for the president a task offering difficulties far more oomploxlnj than any that have been presented to an executive within a score of years WUI Atvnlt Next Season Realizing that ho will be crltlcleec if ho falls to demand of congress fur ther revlrionot the tariff especially 10f the wool and woolen schedule fully cognizant of the fact that the prospects would be all agalnit the iucce s of such a program If submit ted the president it Is said has not made up hit mind definitely what his iottrve will be The chances aro that ho will not nslrt upon action during tho np preaching eeislon but that lio will offer tp tho Democratic house and thc Republican senate a jear hctfee a program for tariff revision whoh will lie hdlstored up with facts and flsuroi gathered In tho meantime by tho tar lit boardOut tho whole membership ol colt t comparatively few have roaohcd the city and there has been llttlo opportunity for exchange of views at to what should be dou during the remainder of tho present jongreep So far as there has boor rxpreteloa the predictions of con ressmon are against any extended program Insists on 1r nni NevertholoM tho Administration Is manifesting a clerlrc to uUHzo the limo to tho best advantage in carry- Ing out tho plans formulated before ho change In tho political complex- Ion of tho country had taken place for gratifying as was the record of he last session tram a party point ol View President Tart finds his demands for legislation still meow dote Porrannlly tho president has made It clear to his callers that he does not propose to withdraw any part of his program although compelled to liter his plans somewhat just be muso the Democrats aro about to como Into control of tho houso of pretentatlvos Tho short time that finuine of Republican majorities In path branches of tho national leglr aturo is u od by tho president as an argument for pressing forward Iass Appropriation Hills Within the short session which bto- ogns next week fourteen regular up iroprlatlon bills carrying an aggre gatQ of a billion dollars or more Must bo passed Otherwise there will he necessity for an extra session text spring Tho result ot such a rpslon would bo to bring tho Demo rats face to face with the necessity of dofng something nino months In dvanco of tho time they would ordl arlly bo called upon to assume roo nonribillty For many reasons either Democrats nor Republicans ant to precipitate this cttuation and Itt Pori bo avoided If possible So far ns appropriation bills are concerned Itt Is not believed thero will bo lack o t cooperation to facilitate their mesa go Leaving tho appropriation bills out or consideration tho Democrats are cIsposed to take Clio broad i oBlton thnt legislation of a general charac Icr should be postponed until they omo into tho degree of power that htlt been conforred upon thorn Contending that tho last election was nn xprosslon of tho popular will thoy irge that It should bo hooded to tho xtcnt of permitting the Democracy o take tho initiative In whatever now cton Is to bo considered But while to contending tho Oem crste loaders are much ombnrrajs od by the presidents position In favor of beginning tho revision of tho tar Irr by schedules They go even farther then Mr Taft In tholr donuncla lon of tho wool cchcdulp and while irforrlnft themselves to designate way of Its rewriting they admit jlhO they would find It difficult to ls oj ejjprt at reduction1 when s 1 Ii soever and by whomsoever It might be undertaken IVilenil Incorporation Act There Is tomo sympnthji among Democrats with tho president pint for a federal incorporation act and for tho modification of the law rolat Ing to Injunctions and Itrusts An those questions are complicated how over and the tlmo is far distant when any one can say with nssuranc what may be the fate of the admin contcmplthe chances are strongly against most of themAmong tho measures to bo presses are those providing for tho fortifica- tIon of the IAnama cinal and this- t Is conceded will provoke controv ersy the amendment of tho posts laws Ions to provide for a parcels Itost along rural delivery routes and for increased pottage on tho adver Using portions of magazines thi granting of ship subsidies tho pen alone of superannuated employes of the civil service the creation of a public land court and the establish mont of forest reservations In the White mountains in he north and In tho Appalachians In the south Opposition to the naval program for the annual addition of two battle ships to tho navy may be expected but It probably will not be effective la the approaching session Hcnnportlon the house The forest reservation billoccu pies a favorable position and prob ibly will become a law It passed ho house and a day tor a vote on It bjy the senate has been fixed The ship subsidies bill le the unfln thed business in the senate but some of the Democrats say even now that my effort to pass It would result In in extra session They are ready to talk It to death This bill Is alto expected to bo presented lo tho house ror a vote during tho segfton and Its ihances there are doubtful The neasuro has once pasted thl Louse tnd been ouco defeated by that body he majority being email ins both In dances Tiier are enough Republl cans to pass the bill If they can be prevailed upon to accept It as a pursy noatnire Many of the Interior Re lflJnu1ouslytho most pronounced Demociati and 1n case of a vote the result would bJI otermlnod by the dujhtfui element the present congress will ha ntkoI o provide for a wappolntmoit of the louse of representatives to conform o the developments of tho thirteenth ensue and any measure wilt list end In view Is lIablo to become the object of sharp controversy Acln lily there Is not much chance for arty advantage In the apportion meat but Iit always is assumed that here is and the Democrats will eon IIend for the postponement ot the log station until the beginning of the Sixtysecond congress Status of Insurgency It Is not expected now that tho monetary commission will report dur lag the approaching twsslbn but here U spmo pressure on It to do so- It a retort should bo made and an iCfort undertaken to nnnct any new aw affecting tho currency It would load to prolonged debate anl proN ably failure owing to tho llmitoi tlmo f for no other reason any suggestion at a central bank at this time would be bitterly antagonized Many members are speculating ae to the status of ihffurgjpnt Repuhll ans during the short session There II a noticeable change in the attitude or tho stalwarts toward tale fat 011 or the party Generally there fee It 10 be A tendency towaul aoreptlng tho result at the pollas an 4xprcf lion of sentiment in the direction of progressive action although tome of ho defeated members of time old uard combat this idea and attribute ho overturn of tho Ropubllcan house to n landslide with the rarlcty of meanings attached to that expree slon tbolIInhnpplnoS8 i q 0 P hd aJtY tk + 4 Kx J There is no Mistaking This Flavor r We havent tried to improve on naturenor have we robbed her of one particle of the delicious goodness she I has put into pure sugar cane juice In offering you I I III Breakfast Syrup IiiiWe offer the best that nature produces We have i it improved on the old way of sending syrup to grocers t 1jiimi H in bulk The result IS a finer jjvup th n you ever f l bought before cans retains its per fQCti flavor Velva in cans rlt never works 3 loses character r lYou cannot Velya with an- yrNrv1 hy n other syrup Its taste iis distinctive It is always the same 1I1L1 PiNICKttFOaDCto2 xf S 1ffr News ofTheatres AT TUB KKXTUCKY JjHt melt weekYankco Duo deb Stuck company In rtpcrtolre- Monilay IVank McIntyre In The TnivelliiR Salesman Stnr Family vaudeville CJcm Jlovlng pictures Two shows each evening with vaudeville stunts between acts le- the i novel proposition of Tho Yankee Doodle Stock company which will bo seen ut the Kentucky theater the last half of tho present week The bill Ii Thursday night Only a Farmers Daughter nnd Yankee Doodle Girl Friday night In a Romans Power and Charley Aunt Saturday night Moonthln ers Daughter and Whoso Baby Are You T The Vaudeville people are Clyde Long Ruby Berger Babe Russell and Curoon Sisters The company Iis playing ot narrloburg III the first half of the vyeek Frank McIntyre Frank Stclntyro who originated tho title role In James Forbes Tray ellng Salesman and Gertrude Cogh lan his leading woman who Is best known through her work as star In her fathers romantic drama The Royal Box supported by the orig Inal cast of Tho Tavcllng Sales man are headed this way and will be teen at the Kentucky Monday night December 5 The company which made a big hit at Louisville and In St Louis plays Terre Haute Ind tonight Evansville Wednesday night Lexington Thursday night and Nashville Friday and Saturday nights Expressions from tho press of there cities will bo published by The Even Ing Sun for the benefit of theater patronsDuring the recent engagement al Louisville the Times said The Traveling Salesman has don onstrated Its ability to come back and a crowded house hailed with do light tho return ot the comedy at Jlacauleya legit night The audience was royally entertained and royally manifested its approval by frequent encorer finally becoming so Insistent that Frank McIntyre Tho Traveling Salesman was forced to mako a curtain speech The story Is too well known to need repeating The traveling pales man with a sweetheart in every town finally becomes really smitten with Roth Elliott a simple country girl who Is telegraph operator and station agent at Grand Crossing CO miles from nowhere Sho has a tract of Dont Argufy Dish o- fIiit Toasties With sugar andcream to tells the whole story The Memory Lingers IOSTUM CEREAL COLTn v Battle Cttk Mich L u Theres Another Seasons Wear in That Dress or SUIt It needs some expert attention from a competent cleaner It Is true but we aro as well equipped to do fine work as any cleaner In the state And a dollar or two will work wonders with gar ments which seemed beyond repair ladles Suits Cleaned and pressed 9150 to 180 + Ladles Suits pressing only e 75c to 9125 Mens Suits cleaning and pressing 8150- Oversoats cleaning andpressing100 to 250 SEE US FOR ESTOIATES WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION H M DALTONNow Phono 1083 il4 Snth Fifth Street Now Phone 1088A ground that is to be sold for taxes and does not realize that tho railroad tI I needs the land for a prospective spur Of course tho designing vll Han Is present and contemplates buying the land In but the traveling salesman Sots him into a poker game eases several drinks under his belt and leaVeD him In a drunken stupor while ho goes to pay Uio taxes and rave tho land for the girl who has won his heart Ho is misunderstood the girl believing that ho has deliberately deceived a d tried to swin dle her Everything comes out all right fa the end and the curtain goes down with tho salesman telephoning for a minister and two witnesses The play Is repleto with raappy dla logue and comical ItuaUons and tho company is well balanced Frank McIntyre disproves the contention that nobody IIcvea a fat nun for Beth Elliott perforated In charming fashion by Gertrude Coghlan as well as the audcrtce ale captureaDy tho genial knight of the grip High School Minstrel The first rehearsal for tho annual minstrel was held yesterday afternoon by the 111gb school Itudehts Several of the solos and songs were practiced yesterday afternoon under the direction of Miss Adah Brazelton who is in charge of tho music at rangcmcrite Tho date for the mfns trel bus not been set but it will be glvcn about Christmas In the lan guage of the press agent the school minstrel this yea will be i bigger and better than ev r beforet- ime boys have B reputation for putting on n classy show and this year previous efforts will bo eclipsed fThore aro several good eololsta among tho students and the musical part of the show will bo high class Several alumul of tho school probably wilt be secured to assist in the euo cess of the show 4 c IWN14 N his hall h1 pfLlA- O01APUUna of l ia 4 Suu adJ Salt Postum Ce cniCo Ciftlted ffJ r 11- i 171I I 91 17ulul ulII I 71 I- 1r1 i ItA I balIas that I heard It was only eta ear Boston Tranojrlpt People who take their troubles tso Eerlousjy often average up on their duties Its No JokeApproaching baldnets IIs a serious matter Woodbury Treat float works wonders calm SAMPUJ3 TO AU Are you uitUfiol to MC your hrbecome thlnncritnd more straw ertnr day Dont 1 you know that dry faded hall 1s dytna half J rout you know that constant dandruff fairly clninirle the halt ceasing it to come our by the hmdfutr Conditions like these mad be acatts 7foayeablasuAII hVolf can eatllr told thisI ldrallOndr now Woodburya Combination Treat meat la prepared for home use It la oa loafer neceturr to visit the Inttltntt Joil think what this mean to yourI NOW rlshl In your home you can Joe the treatment that Is backed upIi nearly luaU a century expe rieuee at the famous Woodbury IMitate Woodbury Combination Treatment makes the hairI now khan Atl otter preparations fall It cure dandruff and overcome all other disorders ol the hair find 1C1Ih Send a two cent tams lo The Woodbury Co 4J Wc t34U Street New York City fcrMmplc too Jet and ipcclalu s advice U rKKlt- R W Walker 8 Co Distributors for Paducah i Have Your Noose Clejjnid r By Our Brand New AUTO VACUUM CLEARER Estimates Clmeerfulit Furnished KOBT P AhMSTHONQi Phone 140- 0ChrysanIhemums p We bavp the finest assort meat of flowers In the city California Privet He4ethO i best hedge for this climate Hyacinths Tulips Narcissi and China Sacred Lily Bulbs f all Imported Cut Fltwera etc Floral designs our ipeclalty shone Ua Your Pnlers Either Phone J0- 2SchmaosBros FLORISTS yqJ f cMr h TtJf virfA f- n 1- 1P1f NOVEMTlKn 20 rotrt THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNTUESDUTHE PADUCAH EVENING SUNrIr I AFTnnXOOtf AND WEEKLY SUN run ISIIINQ COMPANY Incorporated MFISIIED President E J PAXTON General Manager Entered at the postofflce at Paaucab Ky as second clan matter scnscnirriox HATES t I TUB DAILY SUN I Dy Carrier per week 10 By Mall per month In advance r Dy Mall per year In advancet3e THE WEEKLY SUN For year by mall postage paldUOO Addren TUB SUN Paducah KyII j Office 115 South Third Phone 858 Editorial loomII I Old Phone 347 i New 361WeltJ Chicago Office Payne Young 748 Marquette Dldg c iON LA9 TUESDAY NOVEMBER ZOo I Dally Though Up along the hard road there Is a signboard on which Is written I largo bright letters Ho that InII eth uprightly walketh surelyI Cuyler r Bobble down and do your shopping Ohrietmos only four weeks and four days off ty II Wo remind tho delegates to tho Lakes tothogult convention that4 deep waters run I sUHII Frank Goulds brides picture ap pears In tho Tress service standing In the attitude of halt past nine o II Andrew Carnegie has given theI c1ty1 of Owensboro a nice library butI fcityfI and support It It will too Interesting to watch the situation and seeI whether the percentage of Illiteracy III- IIn Owcnsboro justifies the astute political head of the municipal government In assuming that his stand will prove popular with the voters 1I Paducahs library Is popular and the public demands an Increased approI priatlon for it la the future I o THE STREET OP TIlE QUICK ANSWER I Irvin Cobbs article on The Street of tho Quick Answer la the I 1 Sunday Magazine of tho Record Herald reminds us of some observations I on Broadway answers SlgnaIture1 day or Qt weather on Broadway nine times ou of ten he will receive a witty answer I air Smith says that New York is the only city In the world where one I cant got a civil answer to a civil question Ii Mr Cobbs article however deals with repartee of famous Broadwaji characters principally actors It might be illuminating if someoneI with Irvin Oobbs perceptive acu ness would draw some real Broad way types as the London cabby purIIporedry wit of the London cabby is Townsend81Dawery tho flavor of his philosophy YetI tho keb f1IrZ of the London typo II j I fllllpantldisrogardI smartaleck manner of retort IsII forced to servo as a substitute fort real wltat least It is so In lltera furo The London cabby mays be less Ideal in his awn proper I I perronIIIIo I 1 TirE HOUSE OF GOVERNORS I While popular interest willlr natur ally center In the personalities of I the distinguished gentlemen who are guests of the state of Kentucky I this week the significance of this meeting should not be loet on us It was Theodore Roosevelt author of the New Nationalism who invited j the governors conference at tho IGovernorsI In this ago when the people are turning to the federal government and demanding protection against encroachments on their rights dc voopm nt and conservation of resources restrictions on public BOT vice corporations regulation of the issuance of stocks by Industrial ando transportation corporations for the protection of investors Improvements of natural high ways guard ing of the public health by sanitary measures and labor laws It la well to look to the states and eee what ptheservo to tho states certain rights and I to limit the jurisdiction of the federal government to those things necessary for the maintenance of the Independence of tho United States Decino tho nation Is larger and the Interests of all Its constituencies more diversified national affairs aro less susceptible to prejudiced action and selfishly corrupt practices There are too many eyes looking on from divorce points of view Consequently It was natural that the first cry for conservation regulation roj etrlctlona protection health moss tires and development of moans of communication should bo heard toy tho nation But that Is not the end the states have A duty to perform to I their citizens If the states would retain their integrity and local Indo pendence These reforms we must O Jiavo aiul wllL have whether they E come through cooperation of the Btaio and nation or through an ex 1 p 1Jo tendon of tho national jurisdiction We prefer the former Most of the forest mineral and oil lands are In the hands of the states The improvement of public WghwojB certainly lies within tho province of the states tho draining of swamps and Irrigation of desert lands belonging to the states are not national projects In any practical sense Laws of divorce are state not national and their uniformity and the uniformity of many other laws are desirable to escape what TheolwrrecUon lendum and recall municipal charters protection of labor and public health thatIKentuckys governor has taken an active Interest In the House of Gov ornors as demonstrated by his suc cess In securing tho first meeting In Kentucky Judson Harmon Wood row Wilson Governors iHadJey of Missouri and Doneon of Illinois and a score of other more or less Im posing political figures arc to be seen today at Frankfort These mew are seriously considering the duties of the states Heretofore the states have been centers of political waft and corruption and tho character of men who havo occupied the state houses of tho American commonwealths have not been comparable to tho character of men who have directed the affairs of our banks and public service corporations either in intel lect or probity taking them bY and largo Kentucky then has a further in tcrest In the same question A gory ernor Is to be elected next year Not of the men actively in the field lone the office has expressed himself on the questions of tho day in so much as to give us even a hint that ho has ever seriously thought of anything beyond getting the nomination and the office or has any opin ion to express in regard to the doml nand issues In American civic life On the character fltness and ability of tho chief executive of a state providing he Is In political sympathy with tho legislature depend the success of a legislative sea sion from the view point of public Interests What kind of a governor will Ken tuoky choose after tho house of Governors has set us to thinking on the subject 0 STATE PRESS Approves Farleys Selection pressesdstate administration is proving an as set to some of them at least Audi tor Prank P James was choswn president of the Henry day Insur andtplOW Captain BEd Parley state trees ores is made president of the flank of Kentucky in Lexington with possibly more salary than air James andlasis an excellent one Lexington liar ald FarleytCaptain Edwin Farley state teas urer has been elected president of ithe Bank of Kentucky of Lexington to succeed Dr John a Willis who PCroonalIlattenuon day or two to meet with the directors and committees Captain Farlay slops associates hope that at tho X- plrationof his term as treasurer of the state of Kentucky one year hence ho will locate in Lexington land deevoto himself to tho bank and other business undertakings along the lines in which he has had long experience When asked by the leader what his future plans were hisfoldthat ho had considerable Interests there and that he did not like to tsars old ties but ho failed to say he would not come to Lexington and his friends ore verp hopeful that ho will Locate here and become actively Identified with local financial and business Interests Captain Farley Will Do heartily welcomed to Lexingtons financial and business circles and It is hoped that he may decide to locate here whon ho retires from the office of state treasurer at the close of next year He Is ono of th most capable and popular men who over hold tho office of treasurer of Kentucky and ne of the strongest officials In Gov ornor Wlllsona administration He has been long identified with tho banking Interests of Paducah having been one of the founders and for over 20 years a director of tho Citi zens Savings bank one tf the most rous financial institutions oQ cityIKentucky has already built up a good business and under the presidency of such an able flnnn cic r ns Captain Farley It is bound to gain In prestige and usefulness Lexington Leader Heard in the Lobby PALMER HOUSE M Wilson Louisville J J Farrell Brlnkley J B Walton Louisville O M Cox Clinton Andrew Pabst St Louis If II King Henderson II M Harris Morganfield R L Johnson Clinton BDLhEDERECari Abbott J O Smith IL M Allen James Mitchell Hazel Ky Elmus J Beale Murray E Hethorlngton Evansville A Bison Paris J W Burton St Louis Royi Dunn Blrdsvllle- NEWniCHMOM Clyde Brad MAV SIIAVK MORE CLOSELY Many Men Would Not Io Without Poalnin Wlilch Soothes niul Heals While the application of poslam the now skin remedy after shaving Is one of Its minor uses such ns for pimples tho complexion etc shav ers have found It a revelation as It does for abrasions roughness and severe scrapings what it does In all manner of skin difficulties heals and cures In a few hours Poslams great antiseptic and curative value enables it to tone up the skin as no toilet preparation possibly could Any infection such as barbers Itch 1Is quickly cured for polama primary work is tho rapid healing of such serious skin diseases ag eczema acne ttetter salt rheum etc Poslam tIs the best and quickest cure that I have seen In my 25 years experienceI In tho barber business says Frank J Kammerer Racine WIs A sample of poslam mailed freewill tell the wholo story Wrlto for It to the Emergency Laboratories 32 West Twentyfifth street Now York City Poslam Is sold in two sizes trial 50 cents regular jars 2 ball y druggists particularly GilbertI and R W Walker Co ley Smlthland Den M Settle Ln Center L O Stapp Oorydon Ky Mrs J T Faulkner Blrdsvillo IT G Dodge Indianapolis L E Eli Dawson D W Campbell Dawson ST NICHOLAS B A Fans nonI ton Clyde Wafford Cairo Tend J T Brand Tamara Ill George Me Carty Dawson Springs R Murphy W K Johnstone Lcperryton Tenn Kentucky Kernels Joo Clark dydng at Fancy Farm Guy Bedweii refused license to race in state Tom Doores to be Bowling Greens postmasterDr stricken with apoplexy at Henderson Incipient blaze checked in old Capitol hotel- Owonsboro declines to support Carnegie library L N acquires Louisville and Eastern interurban Floyd Byrd Winchester on trial for killing John Abner Kentucky race tracks assessed 1072 each by commission Don Johnson opens campaign for governor at Bowling Green Margaret Goring of Lousvlllc fights off assailant with hat pin Albert Fuqua and Sam Forrell colored fight duel to death at Kick manJ F Van Hooser sues for 2MM0 account of Christian night rider raids Mr Otto Paul Mowaukeo WIs says Foleys Honey sad Tar id stillI moro than tho best Ho writes us All those that bought It think It la the best for coughs and colds they ever had and I think It Is still more than the boot Our baby had a bad cold and It cured him in ono day Please accept thanks Gilberts drug store GllTJAT IIAILROAI TICRMiyVTj TO OlKX WITHOUT CKRKMOVY 100000000 Station of the Pennsyl vania Lines to lie Inaugurated In n Quiet and Unostentatious Manner Pittsburgh Pa Nov 28on Uio morning of Nov 27 a train drawn by a mighty electric locomotive will burrow under tho Hudson River over to the New York side and dash into tho greatest building the world has ever seen Tho run of that train will become an epic In the eventful history of railroading as it will mark tho formal opening of the now llOOv 000000 terminal of the Pennsylvania lines In the very heart of Greater Now York Some thoughts are too big for words Just to la the opening of this wonderful building too bIt for any ceroTnony When a man feels most ho eays nothing Tho Pennsylvania Lines officials rightly feel that they have dono tho biggest thing In tho mar rebus and bewildering history of American railroading and for that reason they remain silent and lot their great achievement speak for ItselfTho greatest ceremonial pageant that man could devise woud be dwarfed Into Insignificance by tho massive pot simple grandeur of the new etructure For years an army of men have tolled above and beneath earth and water to accomplish the greatest building and engineering achieve ment the world has ever seen Millions and muttons of dollars worth of material work and brains have been poured Into the great crucible of endeavor and tho finished product has no equal on this earth This Is probably the first Instance In history whore the mon back of A great enterprlrc have had sufficient faith In it to let it speak for Itself The Pennsylvania Lines has just cause to be proud of its Now York terminal It Is the gratest thing of Us kind tho world has over known Surely It needs no Inadequate pyrotechnics or gewgaws to intro duce it to the public Tho ceremonies would ibo forgotten In a few darn but the maeslvo terminal will stand In Its enduring but staple grandeur as tho years roll by as the highest pinnacle of achieve went In railroad history 370 IP ITS ONLY A ITRADACna Why Cornell Ion Headache Liver Pills Guaranteedby CRUSHED TO DEATH BENEATH A TRAIN BODY OP 1AMKS STEV 1tT OF IXJOISVILLK FOUM Supposed to He On Ills Wny to tire Union Station Wlicn Ho Was Killed BODY AVILTi m TAKEN nCI IWllh his head crushed to a pulp James Stuart about 50 years old a carpenter from Louisville was found on the crossing of Caldwell street with the Naehvllle Chattanooga St Louis tracks just north of the Union station last night about G oclock Tho body was Identified by the clothing and a small note book which contained his name and ad drees Nobody saw tho accident but It la presumed that he was trying to climb over a string of pea that was stand- Ing across tho street when ho was thrown to the track and his body caught Tho Ilfolew body was die covered by Boone Rapland a streetcar conductor on the Union station car lino who dismounted from his car to gag the crossing Stuart body was still warm and ho had boon dead only n few minutes when It was discovered In falling Stuart probably made a fight for his life ni ho WAS dragged several feet Tho wheels first pawed over his left shoulder and tho ehoul der Joint was badly1 torn Tho wholi pasted over his left chat and then struck his face crushing It Into a shapeless pulp and scattering his brains along tho strict Coroner Robert L Elcy was notified and had the body removed last night to the morgue of Nance Rogers When found Stuart wore a pair of corduroy trousers a black coat and a Tyrolean hat In his pockets was found a small note book bearing the advertisement of a patent medicine and containing the name of Jim Stuart Louisville 3023 Greenwood avenue In his pockets was also a rulo pencil key pocket knife and an empty purse The body ww Identified by W B Johnson agent of the Falls City Con struction company Stuart had been working as a carpenter on the office building of tho City National bank for about five months On November 10 he quit work To some of his friends he announced that Jio would return to Loutotlllo aad l Is believed that ho wig en routLo the II linois Central ciatlon to oacrvA train when the accident caused hlsfdeath The crow of tho switch cnglno that was switching cars knew noth- Ing of the accident until the body was founod by Ragland Little is known about Stuart in Paducah He is said to have two sisters In Louis WHAT CURS ECZEMA Wo have had so many inquiries lately regarding Eczema and other skin diseases that we aro glad to make our answer public After cure ful Investigation wo have found that a simple wash of Oil of Wintergreen ns compounded In D D D can be relied upon We would not patronsfriendssure of itand although those are many socalled Eczema romedlec sold wo ourselves unhesitatingly recommend D D D Proscription Because 1 D D eterts the cure at tho foundation of tho troublo Becauso It cleanses soothes and heals tho aki- nllecauseit enable nature to repair the ravages of diseas- eBecauseThe records of ten years of complete cures of thousands of the most serious eat show that D D D Is today recognized ns the abso lutely reliable Eczema Cure Drop Into our store today just to talk over your caso with us R w Walker Co u How Dollars Grow Seeds never grow until planted Dollars do not Increase unless they are set to work earning Interest If you wish to havo a fortune grow you would set your dollars to work by opening an account at our bank Racked by a bank book you are In dependent of tho whole world You need ask favors of nobody If you have a comfortable sum in tho bank Rcsolvo to make yourself Independent by starting an account now A dollar or two will do THE FIRST NOTIONAL BANK Will bo Pleased to Ifav Your Account CAPITAL o 150000 BTOPLUg 211000 C vlllo Messrs Nanco Rogers received a telegram today from tEen hau undertakers at 1221 West Mud ison street Louisville that somebody would arrlvo In Paducah at 010 oclock tonight to take the body back to Louisville Coroners Verdict The following verdict was found this morning by Coroner R L Eleys Jury after holding an Inquest over the remains at Nanco Rogers un dertaking establishment We tho jury find that the bony before us Is that of Jim Stuart of Louisville Kentucky and that he came to his death by being run over by an N C SU L train at tho crossingof Caldwell avenue and the said rail road In tho city of Paducah Ken tricky on November 2S 1910 Signed BAMIIElt0JOIN H M DALAON SAMI G aiVBNS II BIKDERMAN JOHN ROOK The Inquest was hold at 9 oclock and developed the fast that Stuart was trying to catch a train when ho mot his fate Not until ho was removed to tho morgue could ho bo Identified Many Miffircm from nasal catarrh wy they get onionaid results by using an outomlzor For their benefit wo prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Wept that It Is liquid It Is In all ro rpocti Pike tho healing helpful pain allaying Cream Balm that tbo public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug In It The soothing spray Is a rem edy that relieves at once All druggists 76c Including tpraying tubo or mailed by Ely Bros EG Warren street New Yor- kRIPERJr L NEWS TIE tiQINc TTTTTTTTT hirer StiiRCHc riceIClneinnatiIxwInvIHo 82 07 fall RYaNliIl 69 l rise Mt Voriwn 48 00 rtd ML Cannol KI- Noabrllte 29 iw4- X31 81- Cbattanooaa rIM II- Woiwnw 08 rbo 00 00 fd QAJIe 12 01 rM- R2Cairo riseC3tU9 St Louis 01 rtiw Iaducflh 37 03 tall Uurnddo 118 92 rite Carthage 94 OX rise River Forcca1t The Ohio at Paduenbi willsfall slowlyl and oame to a Maid du lag the next 21 hours t K1VArrlvnH- Pavona T aiea ee- HarU Oaieyvflle Clyde Wattrtoo Ala John L Ix wry BvaMVllle George Cowling Metropolis Oklo Gokomla Rob rtfen Owens toadlng Brook port and LJvlBcatOB Pelnt IkINlrtllrtI r J T Reeder Calm MaryAnderson Mompbts J L Lowry Evnntvlllc Cowling Metropolis Ohio Golconda Robertson Owens landing Brook port and Livingston Point Notes nnd IVronnI Gauge at 7 a m marked 37 feet ndlMtlng a fall of thrtotonthi of a foot since yesterday Clear and ool Delayed by the high wind ywoter day the John L Lowry did not ar rive from EvatMvlllo until 2 oclock Me morning She had a shipment of live stock and miscellaneous reifht be left for a return trip to Evsnsvlllo this morning Tho Clyde arrived from Waterloo Ala at 030 oclock this morning with a light trip having unloaded the bulk of her cargo at Danville Tenn She will lie hers until Wed nesday evening when sho naves for i return trip to Waterloo Ala The J T Rocdcr cleared at 8 a m for Cairo and should return toy night Sho will leave Wednesday morning for Eddyvlllo Rob Mon the popular mate on the u Have an Oil Heater To take off the chill when It JIs too warm to have the furnace going Wo liavc them that areas pretty ns n picture lake very little oil curl are guaranteed to ho free trout ninoke foul smell Dont wait till nil tlio family hero colds Also let us sell you your coal oil Wo deliver it to your home Wo also Iinvtf Coal and Wood StovesHANK BROS 212 Broadway Both Phones 103 d rf sEL3Ce I J1lW ARROWetch COLLAR Sits snugly to the neck the tops meet in front and there is ample space for the cravat tcllor lla CludruhodCoIIktn ARKOW CtFFS 25 cent a plir Clyde returned lam night from a weeks visit at his homo at Plnoknoy vlllo Ky and resumed his1 duties During hta absence Polo Weldon second mate acted as chief with Joe DeGraw second Mato Tom January of the Lowry stopped off at Evnnnvlllo for a much needed rest Briggs HInton lit fill ing his place- Roustabouts on the Lowry said the John S HopklM was preparing to come to Padmah with a big trip The report oould not be confirmed The Mary Anderson of the Weal Kentucky Coal company loft this morning for MoraphU with a loaded towFrom GaKftjrrlllo the Harth of tho West Kentucky Coal company ar tired today with a tow of coal The Pavonta of the Ay rLord Tie company carne out of tbo Tennessee river today with a tow of ties The Ohio como In at 11 oclock this morning from Golconda and loft at 2 p m for a return trip The George Cowling leaves at 430 oclock this afternoOn far Metropolis on her last trip today The gaMllM boat Alrtouo arrived from Ft hoary TOM today and INns early tomorrow roornlHg for a return trip A big busing la being oajJoyod by the ferryboat Robertson today Lynn MOM of IMMknoyvilto Ky arlrved lat night to go pilot on the- J T Iteedor with Jolla Pecans LIAIML111111 11111111 AIIIIIrA1 Vrlvrl Kllp on andI Shite nmko A line Xnuii IrccnU AT HOCKS Iw IIw WIYIjU V1 r 1 W 1 1 p4 y TO ItliCHIVHItS 01 IUKICIIT On November llth or llth rims one took a box of books iron tho Illinois Central freight depot through orror it was marked J QJ C5Iiok Paducah Ky If the peso wire receivedl this hex will kindly advise me It will be appraclattd J T DONOVAN Agent I C R R Paducah Ky TWO STORIES TOM OF AUiKflHD HOLDUP CoSI AIlogltK that Tie bud been read tmngod and robbed at Uo comer 6l- l lI1rtrIutthe poMco from GeJIIaiiMra nroeery Ninth and TrlroMe streets aamlne for an officer Potko Sergeant IljuCrow and Patrolmen Mitsill Gar rett nod Scoot hurried to that vtela I Itft but heard A different story Unit I led to tho arrost of Peareon and two negremee on a charge of OgJitUHC It U alleged that lv non dtnand eel entrance to tire home of larlr t nnd Addo Wllford V orcd Elirtitti and Campbell streets and when thq 1 yrn rJJ1 The Weather I Fair and continued 4coM tonight ruin WtMliuMlny IViiiTiiliiro lodny IllghartI71I lowest JIU For business wear a gray or brown cheviot suit is most satisfactory Our purewool chevot suls at 20 nukeIexcellent business tuitv they can be worn for dress aho Let us show them to you OYIr1JJtTJH 415re41t IJROA Y- t emm1EIToJntl iaaked him to KO sway he uttMnptad 00 to break n the door I rllo wirer raid be phkwl tip a chunk N sland WrleJ It at Poanon ThertIe truck hi heed and WVo ides I IL AEI Ik r 1 A Klilnoln Oiilllt Itrnili Haulurr mill full +h JWc AT IIOCKH Make n lino Xmas Pnwcnt Ivpvpv1 w1 ruvre udrIrurw l- iOOIIsn I FOIL NIU ON VHHV IMSV PAYMKVW I SMVO a twoHitery HNSM heave corner KfevMlta and Wooro In Nutl rotMHtten modem ennsleiolea vraAre wbteh I oOw for taut on IHJtf imymMiM II Ilakcr t j l1 e IN LINE OF DUTY Hon CIIUMI Miners IAiTiutii muni roiiTim 1 1II I t lti CHUM eokred for fllwa your porter at UM Union iilatlihh died last nliht at the ininolt Ontnl hepiealI tolloweag a day a Uae wall ur mbi GnuM WM a teUMttl mptoye sad a typical ea of fileeSir mnrlrteR Hfo de war 4arkta He WM A deal tto aU UM mlUxMd m a and Captain W A Jftowtia the baBinigeiiiaXar will Lies1 Itoh sore 1 than saybedy DurtHf MM tMrnon Sunday ndereooH tk trekS so the Narks platforM wee blows away sad IIn Ue hafl sad robs Crust west out to Qet chest II got wet sled eoW sad Smdigr sight baesinu 111 sad yesterday kte MitflCmi WM pee various t voi noKt hays TO 5IT- very dope makes ffu fret boiler ear s lIItttnlllj white l rlae 0sii lCm 8AIH on Seven roost heave ItffTII and Monroe streets rigs tNNsa and nn modern apnr4nlwnoe u s F M Fisher Mr Frank CInrk as TIt urn 4 from OMIv III I QUAMTV MAHIC SIOHU COXSPirUOtH TILVV I lMMait MAIUC lV OlK 81IOIW I I tThatttI IIhot1AmericA r COCHRAN SHOE COMPANY 325 BROADWAY I I L0L n 1 i 9it tEarly Christmas buyers havo It on those wimp put off We nro ready to show complete assortments In every depnrtmfht Iet us put aside your selection now for later delivery Next 0T r Wrtmliinlvr 11icr4 the kJt JChlIIci fiery JeroGLGn Quarter Hour r 1UKSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1 THE PADUOAH EVENING SUN PAQX ITU I i i1aek Velvet Keats 2500 J al Received today special shipment Black Velvet Coats Plain Tailored stylisy and super quality For quicK selling theyt 44 wee priced at Twentyfive Dol tars 1 kI I i iOrderstaken for calling cards andmono I 1 gram stationery L It 9udq 8 fjTIIELOOALNEWSO t GET IT AT GILBERTS I Dr Gilbert Osteopath 64 2 1 Broadway P hones 196 1 I1 Rubber stamps seals brass t stencils etc at The Sun office Dalton Dye Works havo mov to 114 South Fifth street Free city and farm FratornltrI I price list Whlttcmorc building Phones 83- 6BIID writing 0 R Sexton t Phones 401- Dalton Dye Works have moved l lto114 South Fifth streetUJ 1 Wo servo Booths oysters Jay sod night Buchanans restaurant 219 Kentucky avenue 1 IIOOSBIt TAILOR Refined clothing for gentleman CIO Broad c way Sbamrock Bldg This years crop of Fall Bulbs direct from Holland now on sale att t Brunvons 529 DJolchlaree f tIfreliable taxicab service Is nnyII object to you take tho car with yel low whettK Phone 916 Smith k1I Dlmmlck SUbRr Hollow still bout whkk half gallon 1100 Dledermaa Dis I ti tilling CoI IicomIIIi 1 I comber lilt All notices of changes and additions should be received fore Jlhls date tiHorn to Mr and Mrs John I HvaM of 13 M Jackson etre t a fine boy Bdwanl Jr tho little son of Mr f and Mrs Edward Brlnghuret Ito Jm- t proving 1 ClItfB Mary Rlplo who has boon IoorI L IIl i Attornoji A E Boyd who ban boon HI ovcral days Is able to be atL his office again Fireman Noah English assist 41111ro1 I on South Ninth street E L Cros I lion duty In hU place During a runaway last nighttL tho express wagon of Tom Duncan t was struck by A street car on SouthI l Blfihlh street Tho wagon was dam 4 aged while Duncan was tossed to ftht ttrect and his loft wrlrt ankle and side wore injured Ills Injuries aro not considered evrlousbI a Ia AMI II Ia 1a0a 1 Ia 1a IMLII Ia 11 1- 1lkotecs In Itctl1 Top nml lllnrk Top all ftUra AT HOCKS I e 1 Ie u uwW 1 uwI L IIw1 o uw wwr+ I NN I I Ti That Cough i lYoursLI I I II I Will ylnld mighty quick to tho t 4soIIOMISTIAD noothlng Influence IIOIIKIIOUXII of OLD I COUGH DltOVS Theyro mado r up according to the formula 9f an old plantation doctor Of healing herbs and purest stugar not a suspicion of t dope In a car load Get relief todaytry t f Big Bag I ItSc GILBERTSDrug J i j Fourth and Broadway Both FboBM 77 GET IT AT GIlBEIirS r VVoa h- L I TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED Call Old Phono 838r- TYPRWIUTKH KHIHON8- BKCOM HANI TVPE- WIUTKIIS roil HAU dEYE SEE JEWELRY OPTICAL CO 023 Broadway fliRWS OF COURTS I Sulfa Kiln In Clrnilt Girt I George Wlson filed milt fortarI I divorce from its wife Mamie Wflson Tho couple separatedi In May 1910 J W Hughce flied suit againstt Airs Jtebccco Burgaucr for the ento of offioo furniture The plaintiff andI tho defendant wore formerly In theI Insurance bulnew The furniture Iit II alleged Is owned by them Jolnll CurtYBroach of peace John Pete 3 Bakor fined 10 J M Pearson Parltaa and Addle Word continuedI to tdiRiorrow 11 If Hcarn dlt miliod Disorderly conduct Willii e ens1ioTnyjor Frank Bootwrlptit and DotIcr leaded on conditon of future gocdiiIII U4iavIor Sulfa niwl In Circuit Court Muck Wright Alai wolf against Tho National Benevolent iwclety andt American Patriots for 111 nllegdt duo on a policyc2 lInCounty Omrt I qualified as adminis trator of the state of Robert Crump colored and ho executed a bond of 5100Tfie state asleep lltcnso of M L 1Tho EltelUh and Husbands WAS transferred to Theo bald Petore at IOU Kentucky venue A C Shelton quaMfied as constable In the First magisterial die 1 trkt 1 MarriageI iJrcwc I J W Thompson 30 of McCrackcn county farmer nnd SnIUo Oraffen 22 of McCrackon county James Purchase 20 of Paducah parental consent and 1XLfIOiIIof l l II I the proper raps nowaday b1 lines Curve are gesso You have Rot to tukr rat This muit be don In oftiour way fly illetlnir by excrclie or hy moan of lliirmdlu 1rcncrlrtlon Tnbtetn The two rorlrtlrr will keep you buy for month nnd punish you pretty severely the latter will coat you 76 cent at the drug KUf Tho tablet will not make any I Ite ued a Y be1111 ono c will 10lnlr j from 12 to 16 sancta of fat a day Which method do thhlikeho method If you fancy yI of Retting off tho fat son your drug Kim Inntnntly or else write thn star IImolBMlcli to send you n cne by mall Three rae contnln so lftntrOllaII quantity or tablets that ment IIe very economlntl It IIK also S melts oiactlYslnnrra inns with litr famous Mnrmola Irerrlpt- lonSEASONABLE I IjVtc Iljro anti Honey Corn pound speedily relieves that annoying early season cough and cold Prlco BOc and 9100 AND t nroII Malarial Tonic Capsules guaranteed to break up any case of chills They dont mako you sick llko the sweet syrups do They aro splendid I appetizers 1 Price BOc Per Box J D BACON IDruggisl 1 Seventh and Jackson Streets Both Phones 237 i I IH SOCIAL CIRCLES Visiting In Nashville Tho following from tho Nashville Banner concerning some former Pa ducah residents and visitors will be of Interest hero where they are so daily popular Mr and Mrs John S Blcccker rC1turnedGa Saturday night after a Thanks parIentsThey were en route from a trip to New York and Boston whore thor visited Mr Blocckcrs parents Ad miral and Mrs Bleeckcr and other relatives Mr and Mrs Blcccker and children will return to Nash ville to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Parks Mr and Mrs Parks also have as their guests hero Mrs Houston Fall and children Alexander Hamil ton and Nell of El Paso Tex who will bo their guests until after the Christmas holidays Glenn Parks who has been at Hot Springs Ark for some time will also come to Naihvlllo to spend Christmas wit his parents companions completin- a family reunion Delphic Club Tho Delphic club met this morny lag nt tho Carnegie library The program was pleasingly featured as follows 1 William IV 183037 Lord Russells Reform DIIIMr Thom as Boswell 2 Genre Painters Moreland Landsccrc Leslie MulradyMrs Llllard Sanders 3 Pro Victorian Essayists Charles Lamb Thomas Do Quincy Matthew Arnold Mrs R G Ter rell No Meeting of tim Womans Club This Week Tho Woman club hoe postponed Its mooting for this week until the third Thursday In December There will bo no meeting of the Executive Board eIther until December 14 the Wednesday preceding the next regu meeting MUonnry Societies to Hold Interest lug Meeting The Womans Foreign Missionary society and the Junior Wurdcn AHa sfonary society of tho Broadway Methodist church will obrarvo a sea son of thanksgiving by service to be held this afternoon and Wednesday Thursday and Friday afternoons at oclock In the ladles parlor of the churchThere will bo an Informal program Aoldeiafternoon with an especial lead Every one Interested In mla locs cordially Invited to attend clrb tams Shop This Week There will bo a number of attrac five and salable articles on display at Christmas Shop of the Romans lub Frixny and Saturday December and 3 at 51G Broadway t Mardi Club With 311w1 Indontt Miss Fro Paxton Is tho bctrtes to too Mardi club this afternoon at her homo on Jefferson street I I Mlss Kt pf hostess I Thee Embroidery club met Monday afternoon with Miss Alma Kopf In tread of Saturday ae was flint an nounced It was an especially de I lightful meeting of tho club A do lldoua ralad course was sewed during I the afternoon Tho guests were Misses Hazel McCandlces Hazel Klbodos Dorothy Laivgstaff L1W Mao MeOlathery Corlnne WlnBtead Nell Hcndriclc Ddlth Thomas Mica HondrJcto la the next boaters tho club A Surprise SodnlIA most enjoyable occasion won UO VaMround surprlio party given to Eightheand llochmnn for when thor friends I the bourn they land a mialli tblrd had carried1 the news ahead of thorn A delightful eupper had been prepared by Mrs Zellers and an Jn program arranged U was a Jolly occasion At 10 oclock Sover alga Anna Jones Iplayed tho music of I I Under tlio forest ffreo to the ac companiment of which tho guests Into the diningroom where an elaborate collation was spread Those present were firs W EISpence Mr and Mrs Louie Seaman Mr and Mrs Guy Harris Mr and Mrs Chos Snood Mr and Mra John Nclblo Mr and Mrs Dan Hayes Mr ahd Mrs Joo Nelblc Mr and Mrs John Seller Mrt OlHo Wilkins Mrs Anna Jones Mrs1 Llllie Green halgh Mrs Estlo Radford Mr HUB ton Morgan Mr John plumy JMlarcfl Anna May GreenliaJgb XnCn 8penco1rItldaMasters Ijsllo Nctblo and Hoeco jWilklna Trlfmto to Mrs Wells Under tho caption Enlloted for tho Glory of Kentucky tho Louis ville Times of November 2G mode mention of some of the leading women Among them Mrs Hubbard dlsUncUvolrecognltlon lo1owsI S Wells19 In jlovo with her work goo without say ing whoa ono learns that she has boon president of tho Matinee Musi 1DR I BI HOWELL DENTIST i- I Columbia Illdg Phone til j t WELLBORN WOMAN SAVED FROM DEATH Mrs Scott Tells About HIT Expert cite nnd Kxprenscs Thanks in a Few AVellCIiosen Worth Wellborn Tex = Words cannot describe my gratitude says Mrs M J Scott of this place for Cardul It Is the finest medicine ever disco ered I suffered with womanly pains moro than ono over could I was fully convinced that I would dlo and I had almost given up to hopeless despair At last I took Oardul a cordlDg to the directions and tit lump In my side has entirely disap geared after several physicians ha sold I could never recover without surgical operation I am now a well woman and do all my own work Cardul saved my life and I cant say enough In its favor It Is tho finest medicine over discovered I will1 praise It as long at I live oht lrregularltpg 7 Try Cardul It helps nature to per form a cure in a natural easy man ner It builds up tho womanly con stitution and restores Lost nervous energyII I has been helping sick women back to health It will mean a great deal for you if It cures you Why not test It for yourself N DWrite tot tadlei AdvUory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tnn for Rperlal Inltlie tloni and 61 page book Hima Treat ment tor Women lent in plain wrap per on requeit cal club over sinco It was organized In Paducah six jcnrs ago This club has a membership of 30 Mrs Wens thinks that club life IB of great bone fit to woman that Js if the work 1Is practical and along broad Jlnos She Is a former chairman of the music department of tho state federation Mr Roy E Blanchard cashier of the Hammond Packing company ls enjoying a weeks vacation with his parents at Golconda III I Mra William Clark of 420 South Sixth street is visiting her son In Metropolis this week lees Marguerite Clark manager of the new telephone company sustain ed a severe fall and Is unable to bo at his port this weekIMr William WiHwIm has returned from Mancelona Mich where ho has been for several months MUs Lucllc Grogan was vlslthn In the city yertcrday Accompanied by her brother Attorney J R Grogan the returned to her homo In Murray lost night airs Charles Scaggsof Murray 1 Is visiting frtende in the city Mr Herbert Wilson of Louisville was In tho city yesterday on busi nessMrs A A Arnold of Crookiport Ill was the guest of friends yester day Mr and Mrs W J park have returned from a visit In East Prairie I Mo Ie Mrs Woodson Cole Hades and little daughter kit today for Birm ingham Ala for a months visit to relatlvea Mr and Mra Muscoo Burnett and family returned last evening from Cadiz where they spent Thanksgiv ing with relatives Rev and Mrs David Cady Wright and children are the guests of Mr and Mrs Mutcoe Burnett 2005 Broadway until they leave for Louis tomorroIIj III Fort III la In the city visiting his son and family Mr and Mrs Dan Hayes 1120 Jackson street Mr Sam Adams is visiting his mother Mra Sallle Adams of Bowl ing Groom Mrs Ethel Clark 1516 Broadway left last night for Haleyvlllo Ala to spend a month with her brother Thomas F4nley Mr E T Bourquln loft this morn Ing for Denton on business Mr E Ovey left today for Prince ton and Kuttawa on business Mr Pat MoElrath loft this morning tar Murray on business Mr John Hollnn who Is a travel ing Fafcsmaa left thto morning for Louisville on business Mr and Mrs Georgo Barkley wilt return to their home In Memphis to night after spending several days In Padwnh with relatives while on their brldaf trip MiT F Barter of Cairo III was In jute city today visiting frendo Mr J D Eades left this morning for Benton Ho will return tonight Mr E L Huddleston left this morning for Clarksville Tenn on businessDr 11 Parsons loft this afternoon for Benton on business He wfll return tomorrow airs 13 R Ooodloo of Llttto Cyiprcss was In tho city loch shopping Mr Vernon MorrlU of nussoll vlllo Is In the city on a visit to friends Now is the Time To Have Those Fall and Winter Garments Dyed or Cleaned Bring us your Plumes Hats SuIts Skirts Waists Etc Wo will rector them to their former brightn- essDEMERTS Model Steam De Work109 South Third street Old Phone 286R New Phone UtiI 6A 4 1 Why There Is No Hotter Xmas 5 4I Present Than Hocks Shoes 5 They make you at peace with g makeIIt moro gentle They save you Jmoney because the stock 4 3 wears and holds its shape Sa everyII 3 t t t IItell you 4 goods Rocks Is tllo way to a t happy chrlstmnsIII 4 OEO ROCK SHOE CO t- tI 4i 821 BroadwayIi a ILe 4aTjwraaewvMr 1 v t Dawsoc 1 onei business roturnedthldI s tripaf dir C E Abbott left this morning for Princeton on business I Mr J 34 Byrd returned this morn ing from Arkansas where ho ha been on a visit to relatives Had a hunting trlpi Mrs Belle Wisdom who has bco visiting for two weeks In the city left Monday for New York where she wi4 spend the winter She will be located at the Martha Washington hotel 29 East Twentyninth street Now York City Lexington Leader Attorney O C Orasshnm Prcsl dent J B lard and M Dowdelf of the Ayer Lord TJo company bavo gone to Nashville Tenn on busl ness rrrnesee returned from a visit to friends In Louisville Central City and Madisonville Mrs Edward King who has been in California for several months has returned to Paducah Paducah Ky October 14 1910 t This certifies that I have been sell ling Halls Texas Wonder for six years and recommend It to the pub lic to be the best Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic Remedy that I hnvoII ever sold Sixty days treatment for 100 J M Oehlschlaeger STAIlIWEEK There IID a good live bill on at the Star theater for the flrvt part of this week and the initial performances yesterday pleased largo audiences The work of tho Ardell Brothers German acrobats is cspecally clever and their feats on the trapeze and hand balancing stunts are highclass Connelly and Connolly In a skit In which dancing pinging and come rapid fire talk la Indulged pleases the audiences Miss Anrena Smith a hit with her illustrated song Id Like to Do the Fellow That Girl Is Walt Ing For She has a good voice while the Illustrations are good Two motion pictures complete the bill I Funeral of Anderson Sutlles The funeral of Andcrron Settles who dIed yesterday ot his homo In Tyior was held at 10 oclcck this morning Burial was in Oakland cemetery this afternoon at 1 oclock Tho pallbearers were Messrs Willii Spitzer Will Thornton AdoCphus Dyson Walter Thornton lander Spann and Dell Mcacham So you have a new idea for a di rigible balloon 1 Yes Make the cqulllbrntor larg er put a motor Into It and let it pull thb balloon Washington Star M r Ih1111 4 a11 f1 11r11 11 IM1AI 1 W full line of House Slippers IA AT 110Cl RII aaYa a Iawa a aYwa r1Yr11 1 1a 1a e I Btox How did your friend Omens happen to get run over by an auto mobileKnoxIVhfle he was stooping to pick up a horseshoe Chicago News t FOR SALE Five acres of good land one mil from city limits on gravel road nea School house Most desirable place for Suburban Home whero yo can live for ono half tho cost of living In the city Fine location for n truck garden where you can hav your own cows hogs and poultry A good bargain mid easy payments for further information see E I Thurmnn St Nicholas Hotel Phone fif LISTS Lettuce Lotion YFor ChappedSkin 25c Bottle LIST DRUG CO Phones 108 412414 Broadway r WANT ADSaIE NOTICE TO LODGES AND CHURCHES Hereafter Tho Suns advertising chartI advertties In making collections from mao of these acounts all publications a this character must be acompanledI by the cash- LUSTVold I link cuff button to 1lI I I FOR ItENTFour room house i CIO Adams Apply SOl South Sixth IIAIR WORKAda Pullen 605 South Eighth Old phone 2005 II 1 I FUR SALE Twin baby troggII now Apply 921 Clark- s JjI EXPERT piano tuning only i I G471FORSACEOuttings 1 l11h Cooperage Co New Thong 22581 i I FOR GOOD FITTING sulfa go to M Solomon 111 Broadway 1 FOR RENTDwelling at 232I North Seventh Call old phone 316 for appointment to Inspect 1 I I i FOR SALE Good dry country stove and heater wood 100 New phono 1611 I WHOS PARRISIU The jewrle- at 218 Broadway Moneysaving Chrstmas goods ate here I BEATS THEM ALL on prices Williams Furniture Depot 601 SoII I Third New Phone 981a LFo RENT Apartment 1nflats 603 North Sixth street Goo Raw lelgh 1 WANTED You to bear In mint that Bradley Bros are sole agents for Old Taylor Coal UMBRELLAS covered while you walt Eye See Jewelry Co 315323 1 I Broadway LADIES WATCHEStho ideal Xmas giftS 10 1250 to 30 Parrlsh the Jeweler 218 Broadway WANTEDSmall electric motor i onehalt or ono h p Address M care Sun ISt MONEY GOES FAR f you buy I Christmas gifts from Parrish theIsJeweler 21S Broadway FOR RENT iRoom 117 Broadway fitted out with book fixtures fireproof J A Rudy MISS MARY MIX will make 6POr clal prices in dressmaking during the j next few months Evening dresses a specialty Od phone ST1tAYEDBlack llG7II left hind leg Halter Return to 1003 Boyd and receive liberal reward j YOU are wanted for Government I lorllistI etltute Dept 104a Roctester NY YOUR LADE curtains need clean lag You will make no mistake Inj j j tending them to the Star Laundry 111WtJfully Get them cleaner and whiter than you could at home Star Laundry Phone 200 WANTEDYou to give Old Tay lor Coal a trial We guarantee to please you Bradley Bros 339 both phone- sNANTEIrTo furnish your umbrella with a new cover or handle W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broadway STRA YEDOne jersey cow I white spots Frosted nose left horn shorter than right Call 2071a E i J La reIII 1IoST Black rug muff Saturday night on Broadway or on south side OlTlCOlnnnlll FURRENTFive room cottage on Washington street has all mod ern conveniences Including tollfct hot and cold water sink etc J A RudyFOR SALEA IGacro Improved oneifrsold at once D A Want R F D Cityu1YANTEI At once experienced carpenter for forming etc on City andoI Broadway Apply to W H Johnston Superlntenden1IUJoCJlIVJlA lot of ImJlortoo- goods for Christmas wits Prices are reasonable Suits made up In One style M Solomon 111 Broad way Under New Richmond liouse- OARWOODSVIOLET CHEWING QUM Also peppermint A most de licious gumhighly perfumed Put up In a tip box a square box too Everywhere on tho sQunreuSc FURSALEORRENT Seven room house corner Eleventh and Monroe streets Hu furnrfco and all t modern conveniences See F M Fisher FOR SALE or tradoMy place 27 acres 5 miles from Paducah on Cairo road New phono 716 or call at 1531 Broad street George J JonesWANTED You to remember when placing your order for coal that Old Taylor Coal Is by test the best and at tho same price of the other inferior coals sold on the Pa ducah market WANTED Men to learn barber trade Few weeks completes Money earned white learning Big demand for our graduates Wages 12 to 20 weekly Little expense Be In dependent Catalogue mailed free Moler Barber College MAGAZINES Make the Best Christmas Presents Como select a few of the most popular magazines as familyfor friends There Is nothing most of us appreciate more and they make such frequent calls and bring such pleasure that tho donor Is remembered quite often and cordially 1fake Cut Rates on Bagnzfnss 1Wo will duplicate any offers have from any cut rate 1you and assure you prompt 1deliveries means m- uchDEWILSW mulrMusic Man FOR SiUENew J25 graplio phone never used can phono 335 FOIl KENT Five room cottage with bath Old phono 1292 POSITION 1Vv1TEDin private CinydGROCERY for sale good stand Apply to Covlngton Brothers a 1L HO3TKN Dyeing pressing renovating French dry cleaning Work called for and delivered Club 1100 per month Old phone 338 x- WANNTEDhood middle aged wo man to live with family One who will bo good to children A good home to the right party Apply at Nicholas hotel LOST =The addresses of 500 per oflourFarley S Askln Clothiers 247 Broadway WAtiTEDEverybody to know the Farley Askn credit plan reachdotnothing Ask us 217 Broadway WK STARCH taco curtains Just the degree of stiffness that mace them hang nicely and dry them upon frames that make them square and stretch them smooth and eves Star Laundry Phone 200 ABLE BODIED MEN WANTED =For the U S Marina Corps between the ages of 19 and 35 Must be no tlvo born or have first papers Monthly pajt Iii to jG9 Additional clothlingAfter 30 years service can re tire with 76 per cent of pay and al owancee Services on board ship and ashore In nil parts of too world Apply at U S Marine Corps iRo crultlng Office poetofflcfl jbuildlag Paducah Ky FINE NEW AUlUMUllILE TIRES cheap not trust made goods Save you 60 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x3j12G0 30x3 1375 30x3U780 32x3 IE1890 34x4 k1900 30x1 2170 31xt22 32x1 239- 0Uxt2680 34x453170 Dun 16 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent less than standard prices No shoddy goods Prompt thlp C 0 D allowing examina 5 per cent discount for cash with order Qeyer Sales Co Dayton Obl- ocaulcoraG Acm PROVES A BAD TOOTH WASH Presence of mind saved 0 Ev eret Thompson of 417 Washington street from what might have been serious burns yesterday morning While making his toilet Mr Thump+ son mistook catholic acid for tooth wash Ho detected tho mistake and spat It out Looking on the label bo read alcohol named first ns an antidote He Riled his mouth of alcohol tram a bottle handy which counteracted tho eRects of the acid A physician was called afterwards The dloxygen and acid were kept In pound bottles of the same appearance Mrs Minnie Holmes hap boon removed from Riverside hospital to the home of Mr W A Berry on North Seventh street Mr John W Chenault of Arlington was in tho city today on bupl ness Your Old Friend is Here Agai- nSOULES BALM For the Sk- in25c Indo Dr etitJrt Druggist Olh and Broadway K11 d 4 N r T ri n k kAOZ1 IIX yisiJ MtotfflABL i Vi NiNG Bt1lIfUiIJ1r Y01Iltllltt SId II IlII IIPADUCAH ANNUAL LABOR REVIEW11 Published By I Federal Labor Press Association and Endorsed By Central Labor UnionII IIAmericanDRAUGHONS PRACTICAL IJUSI- NKSSI COLLEGE There 13 no business college In this section of the country better known that DRAUGHONS PRACTI GAl BUSINESS COLLEGE whose Paducah branch Is located at 314 12 Broadway Some of our most suc cessful business men In the country havo received their business educa tion from this well known college and we are glad to bo able to give them a foremost position of leader ship In this our Annual Labor Review which will be read by thou sands of wage earners throughout the entire section of the country 1IAXK BUGS Wo desire to call special attention to Hank Dros whose salesrooms are located at 212214 Broadway and warehouse at 119 North First street They are wholesale and re stoveslrangesing goods gum and leather belting mill supplies guns and ammunition barbed and smooth wire paints oils brushes and window glass We are glad to note that Hank Bros count a largo number of their cus towers among the wage earners and we hope to see this number In andlhonorableI enItitledTIlE HIM KAUXKS BRICK CO As manufacturers ot common brick the Hill Karnes Brick Com pany holds a foremost position of leadership This companys yards aro located corner Sixth and Boyd streets and their output Is In great demand throughout this entire section of the country They have a capacity of 30000 dally and they pay their employes the very best wages for their labor Wo feel that there Is no company In their Important line more en titled to the support and patronage of the wage earners than they are and wo hope to see their business grow and expand the coming year THK LANGSTAFFORM MFG CO There Is no company that has done more to the upbuilding of Pa- ducah than LangstaffOrm Mfg Co whose office and mills are located at 438 South Second street They are manufacturers of lumber sash doors blinds etc twin hardwood flooring In oak and beech kiln dried end matched board and pol fished And they also make a spe ciality of long steamboat lumber This companys plant is equipped with all the latest devices for the prosecution of their extensive busi ness and their large force of skilled workmen receive the very best com pensation for their labor Tho officers of tho company are George Langstaff president II M Orme vicepresident and H W Rankin secretary and treasurer PADUCAH BHOOM CO Owing to their honorable business methods the Paducah Broom Com pany has built up a large and In creasing business and is exceedingly popular In this section of the coun try They aro manufacturers of all kinds of brooms and dealers In broom manufacturers supplies The Paducah Broom Company Is located on the corner of Fourteenth and Madison and R L Tate the pro prietor Is a broad minded business man of sterling ability and Is held In the hlghcrt esteem by all who know him JOE I YEISER Successor to Noble Yclser There are many business men in our city that have shown the proper interest In the welfare of labor and are entitled to the full support and cooperation of every wage earner and loyal citizen but we know of none In his important line deserving a more prominent mention In this our Annual Labor Review than Joe P Yelser Mr Yelsor Is dealer In coal and handles nothing but the best grades of union mlno coal Joe P Yeisers place of business Is lo cated at 120 South Twelfth We are glad to noto that Mr Yelser is most popular with the boys and we hope to see his business grow and expand the coming year I 1055E2PL1lILj A Co At all times J A Dossett Lumber Company have treated their patrons in a most square and courteous manner and have won the high regard and esteem of all customers We feel It a pleasure to cooperate in making their business a growing success and earnestly urge all wage earners to give thorn preference whenever possible They are manu facturers and dealers in flooring ceiling siding all kinds of dressed lumber sash doors blinds mould ings etc and their planing mills and lumber yards are located on Twentyfourth and Broadway PADUCAH BOX BASKET CO The object of labor Is to give their support and encouragement to those firms and business men that have demonstrated their friendly fooling towards Inbor and we de sire In this our Annual Labor Re rJew to point out thou standing foremost In highest favor with the wage earners Tho Paducah Boxj Basket Company which Is locate on Caldwell and Fourteenth streets are manufacturers of veneers baa kclti and fruit packages Their out put has always met with universal satisfaction and they are constantly y In a position to flll all order promptly as their plant Is mos t modernly equipped and their largeo force of working people aro paid the very host wages that Is conslstcnt with business stability This com panys attitude towards labor has always been most fair and honor able and when called upon to hel p any worthy cause they have always cheerfully responded JOHNSTON FUEL CO As dealers In coal wo point wit a great deal of pride to the John stow Fupl Company located 01n Tennessee and Fourteenth Thls perIcentagethis number increase as their atti tudo has never been antagonistic 01 uncertain but on a number of occasions they have demonstrated iII most friendly feeling toward labor Their success Is not only due tc their friendly attitude towards th working people but also to they honorable business methods pursued by them at all times and tho highu grade of coal they handle ct most reasonable prices PADUCAH MARINE IIAUYAY CO A name tnat Is well known throughout tho country and one that Is held in the highest esteem and confidence and known to be most reliable is the Paducah Marino Railway Company located on First south 6f Washington This com panys plant Is most modernly equipped and their service most complete Their work is well known all up and down the river by all steamboat owners and employes and their prices are always right Their large force of skilled work men are accorded the very best compensation for their labor and they hold Mike Williams the super- Intendent In the highest esteem and confidence M J YOPP SEED CO A seen company that Is well known throughout the entire sectloi of the country for their straight forward methods of dealing and the high grade of goods they handle ait all times Is M J Yopp Seed Com pany located 124 South Second street They always handle the best seed grown flower bulbs and poul try supplies This company has al ways shown a most amiable attitude towards labor and we feel we are only acting In accordance with the principles of the working people In giving them the foremost position of leadership THE E W BOCKMAN COFFEE CO Tho E W Bockman Coffee Com pany is located at 123125 North Second street and they are dry coffee roasters and Jobbers in coffees teas spices extracts cocoa nut etc There is no company in their Important lino better and more favorably known in this section of tho country than the E W Bock man Coffee Company and they have always been In sympathy with the labor when properly conducted and have never opposed Its broad under lined principles but have shown themselves to be manifestly falr minded and publicspirited and do servo proper recognition in this Review BAKEH ECCLES CO Standing foremost as leaders In the wholesale grocery business Is Baker Eccles Company located on the corner of First and Washing ton They are wholesale grocer and also wholesale dealers in pro visions and produce cigars tobacco and candy They have one of the most completely stocked stores IIn this section of the country and their trade territory Is constantly on the Increase They pay their help the very best wages and the most genial atmosphere prevails through out the establishment Their travel Ing men are most courteous in their treatment of tho trade and wo feel that there is no company In this city that Is more entitled to success HEXUY A PETTEU SUPPLY CO It Is the principle of the working people to give their combined sup port and patronage to thoso firms and business men that have shown the proper interest In the welfare of labor and we reel that we are only acting In accordance with our prin ciples In making most honorable mention of Henry A Petters Supply Company located 117119 South First street Henry A Petter Sup ply Company aro wholesale dealers and manufacturers agents for mill and steamboat supplies and their prices have always met the closest competitors The commodities handled by them have always been the best in tho market and on account of the honorable business methods pursued by them at all times their business Is constantly on the In crease and their name is well and favorably known throughout the entire section ot tho country tiha ra = ItG TERRELL As wholesale dealer In groceries R G Terrell holds the most proml nent position and we are glad to see that his business is constantly on the increase Mr Terrells well equipped wholesale house Is located at 119121 North Second and ho is also dealer in flour seeds salt bacon lard lime and cement There lls no business man In the cite that has done more towards helping the I laboring people than Mr Terrell and we feel that be is entitled to I the support and cooperation of I every wage earner and loyal citizen I TilE FOOKS LUMBER CO As manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of lumber and mill work stands the Fooks Lumber Co whose I office mill and yards are located at 1001 to 1027 Monroe street This 1 companys plant Is most modernly I equipped and they aro in a position to flll all orders promptly and accu rately Their employes ore well I satisfied with the treatment accord ed them and they hold the manager ment In the highest terms This company receives a large percentage of the patronage from tho worklg people which they aro Justly en I I titled to- COHANKUS MFG CO This company has shown Itself to be manifestly fairminded and pub liespirited and It deserves prominent mention In this our Annual Labor Review of the honorably conducted enterprises In our midst worthy of our endorsement and con tinued support They aro manufac Itheirlspecialtiesrope staging cotton mops and mop heads The output of this company is in great demand throughout the country and has al ways given entire satisfaction Their large force of employes receive tho very best wages for their labor and the plant ban all the latest devices for the prosecution of their exten sIre business HA11DY HCGGY CO Give suuvcia 10 those to whom success Is given Is the motto of the laboring people and wo know of no company In their Important line more entitled to that success than the Hardy Buggy Co which Is lo cated on Harrison and Ninth At their well equipped plant they give employment to a force of skilled workmen and they pay them the very best wages for their labor The output of this company cannot be surpassed and the officers of the company have never been antago nistic toward labor but on numer ous occasions have shown the most friendly attitude PADUCAH POTTEIIY CO Cooperation means success and we feel that we should cooperate with the Paducah Pottery Company to make their business a success as nothing but the most friendly atti tude has been shown by them toward the working people at all times and their force of employes are paid the very best scale of wages and the output of the com pany is received with the highest commendations on all sides FERGUSON t PALMER CO- Ve would like to bring before the trade and the wage earners a name that Is held in the highest esteem by all and one that stands for honorable dealings at all times and that name Is Ferguson Palmer Co manufacturers and wholesalers of hardwood lumber This company Is located on Third and Elizabeth and they treat their employes with tho utmost consideration at all times Tho output of this company cannot be surpassed and their prices Bro always most reasonable PADUCAH WATER CO In the movement recently started among the working people to give their combined support and patron age to those firms and business men that have shown the proper Interest In the welfare of labor we wish to call special attention to the Paducah Water Co whose office Is located 128 South Fourth This company renders tho city most valuable service at most reasonable prices and their employes speak in the highest terms of tho management Concerns of this character In transacting their business involve a largo amount of capital and give em ployment to a large force of work Ing people which adds prosperity to tho city In this our Annual Labor Review we gladly makq most hon orablo mention of the PadUcah Water Co W G MclADDEN The best known studio In Padu cah Is that run by W G McFadden and located at 121 South Fourth on tho ground floor Mr McFadden NatlOnaljPhotographers Photograph ers Assn of Kentucky Tennessee In 1901ho wos First Vice President of tho Photographers Assn of Ken Jtucky I wasIPresidentKentucky Tennessee In j 1903 and First Vlcp President pf a a v r the Southprn School of Pho Thouworkl cannot bo surpassed In the country and his prices for first class work aro most reasonable Mr McFnd den Is a true and tried friend to the working people and his business Is constantly on the Increase HENDERSON BREWING CO The Henderson throwing Co whose Paducah office fs located at 225 South Second street manufac tures one of the finest beers there Is In the market today and we are glad to sec that their business is constantly on the Increase and their trade territory expanding yearly They are brewers and bottlers of flab beers exclusively and their standard brands are Hop Gold and their beer in bottles only Is Purity This company pays union wages to their large force of workmen and naturally they aro entitled to the I full support of tho wago earners PALMER TRANSFER LIVERY COMPANY Palmer Transfer Livery Co lo cated 4 114 1C Jefferson Is well known In this section of the country and also by every traveling ma- nwdng Paducah They run a most complete transfer line and at theIr livery stable they always have the very best turnouts at most moder ate prices This company la heartily In sympathy with tho laboring people And has shown Itself to be manifestly fairminded and public spirited and deserving of proper recognition In this Review of the honorably conducted enterprises In our midst FRIEDMAN KEIIEIt CO As distillers of whisky there la no company In the country bettor and more favorably known than Friedman Keller Co whose general offices aro hoisted at 130132 North Second street Paducah Ky The brands ot whisky placed on the market by this company are In great demand throughout the foul try and they have met with unl vernal satisfaction on all sides They are distillers of Brookhlll Newport and J W Palmer and these brands of whiskies will be found In every first class bar in the country Thl companys distillery Is most modernly equipped and their largo force of employee re calve the very beet wages for their labor COV1NGTON BROS fi CO In enumerating the names of the prominent wholesalers and manu facturers of Paducah our list would bo Incomplete without most prowl nent mention of Covington Bros Co located on the corner of Third Jefferson streets This company are wholesale dealers In groceries and are solo agents for Omega and RoyalFreoburg flour and these brands are In great demand throughout tho country Thero Is no company that tins done more for labor than CovIngton Bros Co and we are only acting In accord ance with the principles of labor In giving them a foremost position In our Annual Labor Review GEO H GOODMAN CO Geo H Goodman Co whoso ofllccH and warehouse aro located 10C108 North Second street are distillers of Red Rock whisky and their distillery is located In Nelson County Ky They have branch houses at COS Ohio street Cairo III 201203205 lower Second street Evansvlllo Ind and 301 orleanB1Lagrade Rye and Bourbon whiskies arolwellcoun1tryalways been friendly to labor JOS K EXALL CO In tho movement recently started among the working people to give I their combined support and patron mealthatI labors Welfare we desire to call at tention to the above concern which located at 224226 South Second lis This company Is In every way worthy and deserving of tho earnest support and cooperation of every wage earner and loyal citizen They are wholesale dealers In pro duce and fruits and their prices Ijmeet tho closest competitors THE E E SUTHERLAND MEDICINE COMPANY Manufacturers of Dr Hells Pino Tar Honey Wo are glad to bo ablo to make most prominent mention of the E E Sutherland Medicine Company located 12 21 20 North Third street Paducah Ky This company are solo proprietors and manufacturers of Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve Suth erlands Eagle Eye Salvo Dr Dells Antipain and the well and favor ably known Dr leis Pino Tar Honey These remedies have met with universal satisfaction through i ceriour Annual Labor Review which will be read by thousands of wago earners throughout this entire sec 4clou Ot tUo country 1 J E WILLIAMSON CO Standing foremost among the leading marblo works In this section ofr the country Is the Paducah Marblo Works located at 21C21S 220 North Third street J E Williamson Co are the proprie tors of tho Paducah Marble Works and their attitude towards labor has always been most fair and hon orable and wliiii called upon to help any worthy cause for tho betterment of the city and tho working people they have always cheerfully responded TilE PADUCAH IRON oITho Paducah Iron Company located at 124120 South Third street nrp dealers In iron steel and heavy hardware carriage and wag onwood stock blacksmiths tools and supplies springs axles and wheels This company carries n most complete stock of goods and on account of the honorable bush ness methods pursued by them and their reasonable prices they have built up n large and substantial patronage and aro exceedingly pop ular In this section of tho country Tho officers of tho company are Fred Speck President J W Speck VIcoProsldont and Walter C Mc Dowell Secretary and Treasurer PADUCAI1 ICE CO This enterprise is noaruiy In sym pathy with labor when properly conducted and has never opposed its broad underlying principles but have shown themselves to be manifestly fairminded and public spirit ed and deserves proper recognition In this Review of tho honorably conducted enterprises In our midst worthy of our endorsement and continual support The Padueah Ire Company is located at 112 North First street and 1SS2 South Third street on the N C 8t L Railway and I C Railway They aro manufacturers of artificial lee from dUtlllml and filtered Ohio River water BIEDKIIMAN DISTILLING 1 CO Working people will make no mistake In giving tholr support and cooperation to tho Rtederman Ills tilling Company located at 111 North Third Street They are dis tillers and wholesale dealers In high grades of liquors and they are exceedingly popular In this section of the country In this our Annual Labor Review which will be read by thousands of wage earners throughout this entire section of the country we will gladly slvo nioet honorable mention to Bledor man Distilling Company for in creased patronage tho coming year OLD KENTUCKY MFG CO The output of the Old Kentucky Manufacturing Company Iis well and favorably known throughout the country and the company IIs located on 21st and Trimble They are manufacturers of n A Thomas Improved Stock Remedies and their business Is constantly on tho In crease on account of the superiority of their remedies and tho honorable business methods pursued by thorn at all times This companys attitude towards labor has never boon antagonistic and they aro entitled to tho wage earners support THE JIm IIIEDERMAN GRO CO Wo take pleasure in calling tho attention of tho wago earners to The Jnk Bledorman Grocery Corn pony located nt 303305307 South Seventh Street They are dealers In groceries Imported table delica cies and fancy groceries They are agents for the Whlto Star Coffee Fawnbutterfavorablyknownamong the working people Wo are glad to note that Tho Jake Bledorman Gro Co count the larger percentage of their patron age among tho wago earners which they appreciate COCO COLA MOTTLING WORK NO 1 betterknownI none In greater demand by tho bet ter class of people It Is tho most delicious refreshing oxhllorntlng and Invigorating drInk for both winter and summer The Coco Cola Bottling Works No 1of Pa ducah Ky and No 2 of Evansville Ind aro bottled under an exclusive license from the Coco Cola Company of Atlanta Ga This en terprise Is heartily In sympathy with labor and are Justly entitled to the full support Of the wage earnersS11EIthtjGL COStanding lumberSherrlllRussetIumber Eleventh and Tennessee streets yards Eleventh and Tennessee and Eleventl1andMeyers street This company arc manufacturers wholesalers and re tailors In lumbct and all kinds of building material Their plants are most modornly equipped and tholr skilled workmen receive the very best wages for their labor Tho officers of tho company arc Oi II Suerrjll president and general v U manager Luke Russell vlcoprcsl dent and II V Shcrrllt secretary nail treasurer These gentlemen are broadminded and publicspirited business men and are held In the highest esteem and confidence by all who know them HENRY KAMLEITEK Henry KnmloUer located nt 435 to 441 South Third street Is the oldest rvlull grocery establishment In Paducah and ho is dealer In gro ceries and feed and ho receives a largo patronage from organized labor and their many friends He IIs also agent for the Banquet Flour which Is well known to every houses wife In Paducah Mr Karaleltcr has always been friendly to the boys and when called upon to help any worthy cause for the betterment of the working people ho has always cheerfully responded THE PADUCAH TANNING CO As tanners ot harness saddle and collar leather Tho Paducah Tanning Co located at 2234 Meyers stands as a loather Their output is re colvtil with tho highest commenda tions on all sides and their plant Is most modernlyI equipped which enables thorn to take care of their extensive business and till all orders promptly This company pays their employes tho very bolt wage for their labor and wo gladly giro thorn most honorable mention In this our Annual Labor Review which will bo read by thousands of wage earners j throughout this section of the country w JA WAIIiACK VIMGAR CO Bo sure HUH call for Wallaces vinegars AS It IIs tho purest on the market They are also manufrfqtur ere of elder This company receives the support of the wage earners throughout this entire section of tho country and their output Is In great demand Tho Wallace Vinegar Co Ila located on tho southeast corner of Klovonth and Kentucky avenue The officer of the company are O 1 Grocery president George C Wallace vleeproaldent and A M1 Oftllvl secretary nnd treasurer Those person are conscientious buslnofi men and are held In the highest esteem and confldfteo 1 In both buslntxa and social circles of our city PADUOAII mtlJWIiUV CO Tho output of the Padueah Drew ery Company which Is located on tho corner of Tenth and MonroeI streets Ila recognized to be one ofr the purest brews In tbo market and tho following brands aro theIr trad ers Padukn PHuoner style and Bolvedorc These brands of beClr aro well nnd favorably knownIi throughout thus entire section of thei country and are In great demand by tho wage earners The union em ployes at hits brewery receive thoIi very host compensation for thou r labor and hold tho management i tho highest term Inj Tho oaken of tho company F W Kntlorjohn president A 11 Livingston vleeprcsldcnt and H JI Livingston secretary These gentle men aro broadminded business menI and arc held In the highest esteemi and confidence by all V II JONEH 0Standing foremost as a leader lIn their Important lino at business Is F H Jones Co located on the corner of Second and Kentucky ave nue Thoy are extensive dealers lInI hardware stove tinware cutlery carpenters toolote and wo aro glad to note that they count n large and Increasing patronage from thoi panIny oi labor than F H Jones Co andI wo hope to see their business growr and expand tho coming year BARKSDALI BROS CO Wo are bringing before the wage earners concerns that are entitledI to their tupport and patronage andI among them we are glad to bo able to make mention of Bnrksdalo Bros Co located 121 North Third street This company are dealers In furniture pictures etc and their pricest reasonabloDarkedaloy shown a friendly altitude towards labor and tho cause of labor nndII when called upon to help any worthy cause they have cbgrfully responded The officers of tho company aroI 111l1arksllaleBarksdalo secretary and treasurer Wo gladly recommend this y for Increased support tho coining year MITCHELL MACHINE ELEC TRIO CO The Mitchell Machine Co is located 123 Broadway an t they handlo everything electrical and everything mechanical Thoy havo a machine shop In connection and all work turned out by them iIs always tho very best They are agents for FairbanksMorse Cos gasoline engines grist mills and scales Reading Standard Cos bl cycles and R S motorcycles West dynnmoslandII marlnp eiiglnpa Qtfii suppllca I CITIXENS1 SAVINGSI BANK A sound and substantial savings bank such as the Citizens Savlngf bank of Paducah located at the Broadway adds materially to i business prosperity of tho city also to the prosperity anti sappiness of the citizens of which 90 per cent of tho population are Wage earners Thin bank has a capital surplus and profits of 156000 and was organ ized In 1S8S Tho officers of tho company aro W F Pnxton president R Rudy cashier IP Purycar assistant cashier and C M1 Hand general bookkeeper These gentlemen are business men of sterling ability and fliavo had long xporl tnco In tho banking business and aro trusted and honored by all who know thorn J E ROGERS CO In the movement recently started among the wage earners to give their combined support and patron Ago to those firms and business men that havo shown tho proper Interest In the welfare of labor wo desire to call special attention to J K Rogers Co located 129131 North Third street They nro wholesale and re tall dealers In fire machinery wagons buggies fertilizers nnd farmers hardware This company Is entitled to the full support of the WBRO earners as their attitude to wards labor has always been fair and honorable ENGLEItT IlltYANT As dealers In staple and fancy groceries Enctorl Bryant located 119 South Second street are recog nized to bo one of the lending firms and there Is no concern that re ceives n bettor support from the wage earners than this one Their tore Is headquarters to the boys and tbolr prices ore always right In this our Annual tabor Review which will be read by Ihoueands of wage earners throughout this on tire section of the country we gladly give theta rawt honorable mention mum TRUST CO Many times It isI necessary for the salaried man to borroW money and wo know ofno company bettor able to take care of thorn nnd morn honorable In their dealings than ttfj Mope Truit Co Ioenl d on tho coCT nor of Second nod Broadway upstairs This company has always been most friendly with the WORD earners sad wo hope to see their business grow and expand the com ing year In lkts our Annual tabor Review wo gladly ranko mot honorable mention of the Home Trust Co 811 INN GIXHi aTho high grade of canvas gloves manufactured by Shlnn Glove Co which It located 1S7129 North Hoo and streett are recognized to be tho brat In the market and prices most reasonable Their plant Is mot modernly equipped and their elll ploys receive tho very best pay that la conclitont with business stability and the company have always shown n mot friendlyI attitude towards labor null the cause of labor Our lilt would Indeed bo Incomplete without most honorablo mention ot tho Sitars Glovo Co CITY NATIONAL BANK OF PADUCAH Ono of tho strongest national banks In tho elate Is the City Na tional bank of Paducah which will bo located In their now building corner Fourth and Broadway This bank has n capital stock of 1300 000 and thoy attend to everything pertaining to a General banking business Tho officers of tho company nro publicspiritedbusiness Integrity nnd they are hold In tho highest esteem and confidence In both business nnd social circles of our city When called upon to help In any worthy causo for betterment of the city tho City National thank has always cheerfully responded HARTLOCKWOOD CO In compiling i list of the con corns of Paducah that are vntltlcd to the support and patronage of tho wage earners our list would indeed tbo Incomplete without most honor nhlo mention of HartLockwood Co streetThis1furnishingsIn ofInducnhcompany alargo percentage of their patronage as t analyclosestcompetitors GARNERl iSiTlml COOrganizedtorecognlzoabjectof tilltaroIoflaborare untitled to a full share of patronago and sup port Colocatedstreet are dealers In furniture and stoves anlltheiranti In closestGarner torthv TUESDAY NOVEMBEn 20 1 ITHH P3DTOXH lviNirj x01T X PAGE SITE T t f = l Cc Ifr PADUCAH ANNUAL LABOR REVIEW t I Continued K IlllOOKS 111108 Tho furnlttiro atom located at 132 South Third street and 221 unlucky avenue IB run by lirooki pros who are wall and favorably known by tho wngo earners to bo most consclontloua In tholr dealings with tholr customers and also to be most friendly to tho working people at all tlinos Our Annunl Labor Re view would bo incomplete without prominent mention of Ilrooks Bros and wo wish for threat over Incrcas lug inccues In their business LANG linos A reliable drugglat Is as Import ant as a reliable doctor and we know of no drug concorn In Iadu call more rullablo than Lang llros located 207 Broadway At their drug store will bo round a complete line of drugs medicines and toilet articles and at their prescription department only export pharmacists aro employed Lang llros received a largo support from I labor and wo hopo to see this num her Increase the coming year II II HOOK Wo feel It a pleasure to heartily cpopernto In making the business succosslnnll I 1 11 It Hook Is a dealer In drugs medicines and toilet articles and only the purest ingredients au used In his proscription department Mr Hook Pins two stores ono located at 134 South Third street and the other at 1700 llroadway iHINI9 d SIi111NFlLTlilt Owing to their honorable and public spirited methods of dealing tends ft KegenfeUor located at ISC llroadway have built up a largo and substantial patronage and are ex cixMllngly popular In this section ofI tho country They aro dealers 1 In drugs medicines chemicals soap stationery fancy and toilet articles perfumes cigars eta and their motto Is Quality In medicines Is of great Importance They 1111 pro scriptions most accurately and are one of the roost reliable drug firms in the city lilt SVDMtV SMITH It Is tho object of our organlza dons to give their support and en onurngcment to those business andI demonItratedlabor and tho cause of labor and wo doslro In this our Annual Labor Hevlow to point out those standing foremost In highest favor with ou people When patronizing Dr 8yd nay Smith you are giving your sup pert and patronage to a most de serving and broadminded profes sional man and ono that Is Justly omitted to the cooperation of every wngo earner and loyal citizen J II ItlOIIAItllSOV J It Itlehardson The Cash Grocer Is located at 114 South Second street and ho Is dealer In flour meats staple and fancy groceries nnd IIs agent for the celebrated ioldI Dust and hello of Ilrookport flours Mr Hlehardson counts tho larger percentage of his patronage among tho working people In fact his store Is headquarters for tho wage earn ort as his prices are always mastt reasonable for Ant c1ass commodi ties and thb most genial atmosphere prevails throughout tho establish motel W II PAlllllSH Wo know of none In his Important lino deserving of more prominent mention lIn this Review of the honor ably conducted enterprises In our midst worthy of our endorsement and continued support than W II Parrlsh located nt 218 llroadway Mr Parrlsh Is dealer In Jewelry off nil kinds nnd ho Constantly has on hand all tho latest patterns and de signs Mr Iarrlsh receives a large support from organized labor which ho Is justly entitled to J I110 WANXKU When patronizing J L Wanner located at 311 llroadway you are Itlvlng your support to a most deserving and broadminded buslncBx man and ono whoso attitude towards labor and tho cause of labor has never boon antagonistic or uncer lain Mr Wnnnor Is dealer In jew olry and Is nn expert optician Ills stock of goods Is most complete nod his prices are In tho reach of all At nil times ho has treated his patrons In a square and courteous manner and has won the high re gars and esteem of all 1 V HAMILTON FURNITURE CO Cooperation means success Is tho motto of tho working people and wo cheerfully cooperate with the Hamilton Furniture Co which is located at 318 llroadway as their attitude has always been friendly to tho working people They constantly have on hand a most complete line of furniture carpets stoves ranges linoleum gocarts trunks curtains curd all kinds of houso furnishings and their terns aro cash or credit XAOICL MKYKH There Is no firm of Jewelers in this section of tho country that carry a more complete and uptodato line of Jewelry than Nagol Moyer In cated OH tho corner of Third and llroadway This firm has always boon most friendly and courteous to j tho wage earners and have at all times demonstrated a most friendly feeling Wo know of no other Jew dry firm that wo can more highly recommend for tho support and pat ronago of organized labor than Nagcl Moyer and the members will always find the prices for first class commodities at this store are most reasonable and the goods most reliable F W Nagel and II L Mcyor are conscientious and broadminded business men and aro held In tho highest esteem and conlldenco by all who know them JOHN IlliilTV John TJoiiurty located at 21G Broadway Is dealer In dry goods and his store Is headquarters for the working people and their families Ho carries a most complete line of medium price dry goods which are In great demand among the working people and his clerks as well as himself aro most courteous to allI customers at all times Wo hopo to see the business of John Doherty grow and extend tho coming yearns ho line always been a friend toI the working people and when called upon to help any worthy cause ho has always cheerfully responded HTliVM LAUMUtV 1BrAnour Annual Labor Review bo read by thousands of wage earners throughout this entire Section of the country wo are bring log before the working people coif corns that are entitled to their sup port and patronage and standing foremost among the laundries Is the Star Steam Laundry located at 120 North Fourth street The work turned out by this laundry Is most satisfactory and yte service most complete This laundry has always been friendly to labor and tho cause I of labor Till 1AIIUCAII HANKIXa CO Tho Paducah flanking Co Is I10 Gated at 400 Broadway and they have a capital stock of 100000 This la a most conservative bank Ing Institution and tIm officers arc most friendly to the working Iwo plo TIII K Girrimu co Standing as leaders in tho dry goods business Is the E Outline Co located nt 322324 llroadway This company are wholesale and retail dealers In dry goods and they carry a most complete and uptodate line of both medium and highclass goods and their prices meet theI closest competitors This company receives a largo patronage from tho- r working people and we hope to wo that smaller Increase as thou r attitude das always been most fair and honorable to the wago earners and when salted upon to help any worthy cause for tho betterment of the city and tho working pcoplo they have always cheerfully re sponded 1 A ItUDV fi SINS As headquartrs for tho working people and their families J A Rudy Sons store located at 210 to 223 Broadway strode foremost They are wholesale and retail deal ers In dry goods carpets shoes millinery and ladle readytowear gowns Wo feel a great deal of In tarsal in the success of this company as their attitude towards In bor has never been antagonistic or uncertain but on a number of occa stone they hero demonstrated the most friendly feeling and we hope to see their business grow and expand tho corning year iiBxuv RUNGI C sox There ate many business concerns In Iaducah that are entitled to the full patronage of tho working people but wo know of none In their Important line more entitled than teary Rungo Son located at 121 South Third street This concern are dealers In lino toot wear and our members will find tho label on their goods Concerns of title character aro entitled to the full support and patronage of tho wage earners at all times and wo gladly place their name on our honor roll far Increased patronage 1G MICIIAKL A into live success tot those to whom success la duo Is the motto of the working people nnd M Michael lira aro well known to be friendly to labor and the cause of labor and their largo force of union employes receive the very best compensation for their labor and they hold the management In tho highest terms They are manufacturers of harness saddles and collars and wholesale dealers In shelf and builders hardware saddlery hardware shoo findings buggies vehicles carts etc J HARBOURS DKPT STORE Wo point with pride to Harbours I Department Store located 114 to 120 North Third street and wo I know there Is no store In tho city I more entitled to tho support and cooperation ofHho wage earners than I this ono It Is tho most complete department store and they carry a most complete lino of medium price goods nt reasonable prices Mr Harbour Is a conscientious business I man who is held in the highest I esteem nnd confidence by nil I who know him nnd In this our Annual Labor Review wo gladly glvo him n most prominent position on our honor roll Y IIACKITT rrbllB Ono of tho best patronized stores by the working people In Paducah Is the Racket Storo located 303 307 Broadway At this store will bo found a most complete line of dry goods and tho working people nnd their families make tho Racket 1 Store their headquarters C W Thompson tho proprietor Is a broadminded and publicspirited business man of sterling ability and a Is hold in thehlghcst esteem and confidence by the working people IADUCAH DKXTAL CO Tho laboring people consider the Paducah Dental Co most reliable In their dealings and they have found that this companys prices are most reasonable for firstclass work Among tho dentists of Pa ducats there Is none that has shown a more friendly attitude towards t labor and tho cause of labor than t this company and in title our An nual Labor Review which will be redd by thousands of wage earners we gladly give them a foremost post lion i r jjTrrObvfWCU lt As a leader In the Jewelry bust ness J L Wolff stands foremost Mr Wolff carries a most complete lino of watches sliver ware Jewel ry diamonds and cut glass and his stock Is most complete and of the very latest designs and styles and I the most standard goods Mr Wolff Is located at 327 Broadway and we note that ho counts a large number of the wage earners among tt- his regular trade and wo hope to see that number continue to grow W x WAltRKX W N Warren located at 403 I Broadway is dealer in all kinds of I jewelry and his prices for first I class commodities are always most reasonable Mr Warren IS heartily In sympathy with labor and the cause of labor when properly con i ducted and has never opposed the broad underlined principles but has shown himself to be manifestly fairminded and publlcsplrllcd and deserving of proper recognition In this Review IIOMI liAuximv Trio Home Laundry located 133 I South Third street Is deserving ot tho earnest support unrestrIcted patronage sad hearty good will of every wage earner and loyal citizen Tho work turned out by this laun dry has always met with satisfac lion and their deliveries are most prompt Their employes receive the very best wages for their labor and they hold the management In tho highest terms There Is no laundry moro entitled to tho sup port of the working people than the t Homo Laundry iiiioDKs IIUIIFORD co There Is n largo number of retail concerns In Paducah that aro en titled to tho support and patronage i of the wago earners and standing I foremost among them is Rhodes Burford Co located 111 to 11 6 North Fourth street ThIs com I pany are dealers In furniture china and iiicenswnro and they have a most elaborate line of goods and prices to meet tho closest competi r tors There Is no company bettor I and more favorably known to the I forking pcoplo than Rhodes Itur ford Co as their attitude towards I labpr has always been most fair and honorable and the firm members are broadminded and public spirit ed business men of sterling ability t and integrity I CITY 8IIOK CO I In the movement recently started among the working people to glvo I their combined support nnd patron i ago to those firms lnd business men t who have shown tho proper Interest in the welfare of labor wo desire to 1 call special attention to tho City t Shoo Co whoso address will bo In tho new City National Dank building i This company has just start cd In business and Is under the r management of George M Johnson and George McQowan These gen tlemeu have been connected with different shoo concerns of Paducah for several years and are well and favorably known by all tile Wage earners as they were formerly membVrs of the Clerks Union Working people will make no mis take In giving their support to this concern as they nro sure of fair I and honorable dealings at all times J NOAHS ARK C N Baker is proprietor of Noahs Ark sail he carries a most desirable lino of millinery ladles readytowcnr garments belts bags and notions china glass and lamps general house furnishings and high grade enamel ware Mr Baker is a true and tried friend to labor anti Is held In tho highest esteem and confluence by nil who know him K V GILSOX e CO t There Is no enterprise In Paducah more honorably conducted and more wqrthy of our endorsement and continued support than K P Qlleon Co located at 410 Broadway This company handles paints oils varnishes brushes and win dow glass and they receive a llargo c nnd Increasing 3ntronago lion the working people As this company la eoosnlz 1d ttrbe onn of rite most friendly In tho city and the officers P atlson President and Treas mist Jas W Soviet Vice Presi dent and Ewing P Gilson Secretary are conscientious and public spirited and aro held In the highest esteem and confidence by tho work- Ing people GKORGI HOCK 8IIOI2 CO Wo know of no shoo company in Paducah that is more entitled to honorable mention in this our Annual Labor Review than George Rock Shoo Co located at 121 roadway This company receives largo patronage from tlndS working people and are certainly entItled to the cooperation of every wago earner and loyal citizen as they have always been most friendly In their relations with the working peseta and their famllys and their prices ore always right for first I class commodities They handle nothing but tho most reliable goods and their motto which Is a 1 I true one Is tIt theyre Rocks theyre right and It theyre right theyre Rocks IKK COIIKX Tho oldest and most reliable pawnbroker In Paducah is Ike Co hon located at lOG South Second street Mr1 Cohen loans money on all valuables at lowest rates and ho constantly has on hand great bar tains In unredeemed pledges HoI also carries a complete lino ot din monde watches pistols guns mull cal Instruments and a big stock or clothing bats shops and gents fur nishings Mr Cohen is a goad friend to the working SMITH peoploI Ono of our representative firms In tho Insurance business Is SmithI Davis located at 403V Broadway They run a general insur race agency and represent some of the most reliable companies In the countryThe firm members are Frank B Smith and Frank F Davis These gentlemen are broadminded business men and have always shown Ia friendly attitude towards labor an tho cause ot llabor- hUTLER K McCHKSXEV There Is no grocery store In Pa ducah that receives a larger sup port from the wage earners than Butler McChesney located at the corner of Fourth Jefferson They are dealers irf staple and fancy gro codes fresh add cured meats hay corn oats bran cigars etc andI tholr prices are most reasonable and theIr goods are always fresh and palatable and their deliveries ire made with the quickest dis patch d KKXTUCKY AUTO MACHlNl 3 COMPAXV Tho garage located on Cth and1 Jefferson Is tho Kentucky Auto b Machine Co and run by R G Fisher They are dealers In auto mobile supplies and do all kinds ot repairing and remodeling of auto mobiles Tho work turned out by this company tins always met withi universal satisfaction and their em ployes receive the very best wages J T DARXKS SOX When patronizing J T Barnes Son you are patronizing a concern that has never been antagonistic to wards labor but lias on a number of occasions manifested a most friend ly feeling They are dealers in groceries feed and fresh meats and ire located on the corner of btl- and JI Jones streets where they re calve a lareg patronage trout tho laboring people and wo hope to see this number Increase as they have always demonstrated their friendli ness to the wage earners IlKXItV O HARMKLIXO Tho best and most upto dato tailor In Paducah lla Henry G liar mollng whose establishment Is lo cotes at 522 Broadway Mr Itar mollng carries a most complete lino of foreign and domestic fabrics andI Ills styles and workmanship art most complete At all times ho has treated his patrons in the mostt square and courteous manner andI has won the high regard and esteem of all customers Wo feel ll- a pleasure to heartily cooperate lIn making his business a growing suc epee and earnestly urgo our thous ands of readers to glvo this citizen preference whenever possible When patronizing this gentleman you are giving your support to a most de serving and broadminded businessman and ono that Is justly entitledI to our cooperation J 11 OKHLSCIILAUGKRI There are many business men InI our city that helve shown the props Interest In the welfare of labor but I there Is none that wo feel more justifiable In supporting than J JJI Oohlschlacger located C01 Broad way At his drug store will bo found the most complete lino of drugs medicines and toilet articles I and In his prescription department which la most complete only lit purest Ingredients are used nnd only expert pharmacists aro e-mployed FHAXIC KIltCIIHOFP Frank Klrchhoff Is proprietor of tho City Bakery located 118 South Second street and ho is a true and tried friend to tho working people Mr Klrchhoff bakery Is most modernly equipped and his bakery goods can not be surpassed Wo are glad to make honorable men lion of Frank Klrchhoff in this our Annual Labor ReVlowv s a MECHANICS F FARMERS BAV IeTheI backbone of tho citys prosperity and adds materially to the happiness and prosperIty of our citizens of whom tho working people form tho larger percentage Tho Mechanics Farmers Savings Bank I Is ono of the most conservative banks In the state and there Is no bank that Is more substantial A salaried man never knows when the crisis may overtake him and payday I come no more Therefore ho should start a bank account and put J a little money away each payday and there Is no bank In the city wo can more highly recommend than tho Mechanics Farmers Savings flank located 210 Broadway C K JHXXIXGS Tho object of our Annual Labor Review Is to bring before the work- Ing people concerns and business men that have shown tho proper In terest In labor and tho welfare of labor and In that Review we are mentIon 624 Broadway Mr Jennings is dialer In real estate and general in suranco and represents the best Ins ranco companies In tho country and constantly baa on hand some ot the choicest bargains in real estate Mr Jennings Is most reliable and trustworthy and ho has won the high regard and esteem of nil who know him on account of tho honor able business methods ho pursues PALMKIt IIOUSK One of the best known and mos popular hostelries In the state fIs the Palmer House of Paducah Ky located in the heart of the city on the corner of Broadway and Fifth streets opposite the post office Thls hotel is strictly European and ha just been remodeled and Is etrlctl modern In every respect In their cafe will be found all the delicacies of the season and their prices ar I never exorbitant Wo highly rec ommend this House to all our tray cling men and other union menI making Paducah Stewart Sinnott tho Manager Is most popular with all the guests and is a courteou- d and broadminded gentleman DR JULIAN M DISMUKES Ono of the leading dentists oft Paducah and ono most popular 1 I organized labor is Dr Julian M Dlsmukes whose office is located at 316 Broadway There aro onn business and professional men finI our city that have shown the d1 Interest In the welfare of labor an are entitled to our full support an l cooperation but wo know of none In Pile Important line more deserv ing ot prominent mention than Dr Julian ah Dlsmukes WEST KENTUCKY COAL CO The West Kentucky Coal Co whose general office Is located fIn tho Fraternity Bldg are exclusive miners and shippers by tall and river of Tradewater coal which Is most popular with the members pf organized labor and is ono of the I I best coals on the market ThisI company are well and favorably known throughout tho country and their business Is constantly on the Increase C M filter Manager ofr Sales is a broadminded bualneB man of sterling ability and ho Isi held in the highest esteem nnd con ifidcnce by all who know him SACRA fi COOK There are no photographers 1In the city more popular with the wago earners than Sacra Cook whose studios are located 119 South SIxth street and 222 ii Droadway The very best work 1Is turned out at these studios at most modern prices and they will makeI all grades of work from a postageI stamp size up At nil times thisI company have treated their patroh- in I a most square and courteousI I reugardW HEXNEHERGEIt CO Ilkexclusive dealers In hardware cutlery mantels stoves and ranges L W Henneborger Co located at 422424 Broadway stand foremost This company are most e in all their dealings with the gel oral public and wo aro glad to bet I able to say that there is no hardware company in the city that hat o shown n more friendly nttltudo fo I wards labor and the crust ot labor i than this company and In this our Annual Labor Review which will1 bo read by thousands ot wage earn ors throughout this entire section of the country wo gladly gIve thqm most honorable I L mentionII 1C is nothing more elevating uand than flowers and it Is well known that anyone loving flowers must bo refined As dealers nioIfiarlstsjthnn C L Branson Co whoso omen nnd sales room is located at basIbusiness and Is one of tho most ex trioocountry J I 1ADUCAU HOME TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO I I The commercial value of Padu cah Is made most complete by tho Homo Telephone Telegraph Co I Tho servIce rendered by this com pony Is most efficient and theirII prices most reasonable Their large force of union employes receive I tho very best compensation for their labor and they hold the management In the highest terms This enterprise it heartily in sympathy i with labor when properly conduct cd and has never opposed its broad underlined principles but its man agcment has shown Itself to bo fair minded and publicspirited and the company is deserving df proper roc l ognltlon In this Review of tho honorably conducted enterprises in our tto midst McCKACiEX HEAL ESTATE MORTGAGE CO I As dealers in real estate there I Is no company better and more law by orably known than tho McCracken Real Estate Mortgage Co locat ed on tho ground floor ot the Fra ternlty Bldg Owing to the honor able and publicspirited methods orI dealing they have built up a largo and substantial patronage and are exceedingly popular In this section II of tho country L D Sanders tho PresIdent Is a broadminded and publicspirited business man in whom our members place unlimited confidence and when called upon to help any worthy project for tho betterment of the city and tho working people he has always cheerfully responded Working peo plo will make no mistake In giving their support to this well known enterprise and as long as their affairs are conducted In the present commendable manner wo wish for thorn every success PADUOAH PR1XTIXO CO Ono of tho most noteworthy in dustries and one worthy of most particular mention in this our An nual Labor Review la the Paducah Broadt recenUyboughtlout binding Co and their business is constantly on the increase Mr T Manas yearsyand is thoroughly capable of managing tho extensive business which Geenedoing since the change in the numeJ was made Mr Rogers has a largo number of friends In this and the surrounding towns and cities which Insures a great success tor tho cum inatallinaB most modern equipped mnchlner o In order to turn out the high grad of work which their trade nowJ commands contt nected with the company has charge of the mechanical depart printinyg IsII well acquainted with every branch d1at the business sad a more comps ttido country Ho is also secretary of the Central Labor Union and tIs most popular with all Iho boys Recognizing The Union The recognition ot tho union 1 nothing more nor less than tho rec ognition ot the principle for which trade unionism stands the right to bargain collectively and to insist tip on a common standard as a minimum Worklnsmon lave a nominal but not a real fr edom of contract It they aro prevented from contract lug collectively Instead of Individuals ly The welfare of the working1 classes as that of society depends upon the recognition of this princi plo of the right ot employes to con tract collectively An employer bo he ever so wellmeaning stands in the way of future progress If ho In sists upon dealing with his workmen as Individuals While In iris es tablishment wages may nob by this tactIother establishments are organr hIIstands If universally adopted would mean the degradation and Impover classessThere are many employers who sur render the prlnclple of the Individual bargain without accepting the prln ciple of the collective bargain These employers state that they do not insist upon dealing with their employes 1 as Individuals but that they must re I talc the right of dealing with their theyewho is not their own employe to Intl torfero In their business The right to bargain collectively howeror or- Ito take any other concerted action nccerearlly Involves the right to rep resentntlon Experience and reason both show that a man even If other wise qualified who Is dependent tip ISIInI since insistence oonISldetll I of the favor of his employer Not only should workingmen have the right of contracting collectively but they should also have the right ot be Ing represonted by whomsoever they wlsli The denial of the right of representation IIs tyranny Without tho right to choose their representa tlve the men cannot enjoy the full benefit of collective bargaining and without the right of collective bar InIdlvldual I debasement of the working classes and to the deterioration of IdltlonsIn Jclntedand to raise the working classes to a so lightstandardI I 222 organlied j upon the recognition of tho union As to what progrew tho working j classes horn made In the last decade In this direction any as to whether + t tj contracting collectively has been of necesarytoI hope still burns in tho breast of ev cry loller In Iho land who loves homo and good clllzenshlp that the day Is not tar distant when ho will cease be soIdetytnanlly It trade unionism had ren humanityStIts efforts In behalf of working women and children To further this grand work it la very necessary that Recognition Motlings nt C L U Largo Hall Sixth nod Broadway Central Labor Union First and Third Thursday nights Ship Caulkers Second and Fourth Monday nights Mouse Carpenter Every Tuesday night Clgarmakers First Wednesday night Leatherworkers Second and Fourth Wednesday nights Barbers Third Wednesday night Boilermakers Second and Fourth Thursday nights Ladles Union Label League FJrst and Third Friday nights and Second and Fourth Tuesday afternoons MachInistsSecond and Fourth Friday nights Brewery Workers First and Third Sunday mornings at 10 a m MccUiiRS at O L U Small hell Sixth nml Bcomhvay anteThirdShip Calukers Second and Fourth Monday nights- Boilermaker Helpers Flrst and ThId Friday nights Blacksmith HelpersFirst and Third Tuesday Blacksmiths Second and Fourth Tuesday nights FourtbITuesday afternoon FirstBFoutthoanIFourthPainters and Decorators Every Friday night SaturdaynightTeamsters Second Wednesday afternoon Central Labor Union President Jas Vance MartinRecording ILDanaherYRobertsonTreasurer R M iMills sTrusteesj 1IcO rrlgnl FrankBurger Alf Trotter Roll ClerkJames Hart Barbers Local Xo 1C3 Bartenders Local No 15C J39OlacksmlthsI Blacksmith Helpers Local No 32SiBoIIermakers Local No 137 BoilermakerHelpers Local No 10 C Clgarmakers Local No 185 431Electrical177Farmers 9LeatherworkereMachinists Local No 123 Machinist Helpers Local No tOMusicians 348PaintersLocalNo628RetailSheet Metal Workers Local No 358 ShIp Carpenters Local No 8 Ship Caulkers Local No 39 134Teamsters Secretaries of Various Unions and Their Addresses UllannherHouse Carpenters Otto Hamil 1203 Salem Avenuo Reeves141wBlacksmithHelporsJtr Cross 723 south TWrteenlh street Sheet Metal Workers H p nun yon 705 South Thirteenth street F7Stein9111IIroadwap 2SJncksonBrewery Workers I c Cham pion 129 Clements street GregoryI LHulldABoilermakers Oscar Williams 419 South Ninth street LMlaehlnUt HelpersF A Walters 1309 Jefforson street EIordonHouserItPaducahClgarmakersF 1021NorthShip Carpenters Lon Thompson Jefferson streak- TeamstersKit Vernon 1011 stree- tBartendersJohn Hast 5211 Jack streetWhite AtuslolansGeorgo Prince Broadway 404nrondI1Patronize Union Labor and Hotter tho Conditions ot Union Men y 11- T o ax 1e nw+ itlP rR wev F + 711 ti JiTIV I r ti PAGE EIGHT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNTUrSDWXOcmRn 29 11 11Jill lcur Khrhtmas Jiandkerehiefs flew I Ladles all linen Initial Handkerchiefs six In box extra value at box per90codd lot Cross Barred Hemstitched em I ffIallies Lace Edge nnd Initial Handker 2Cc and 3Ec values at 4 131- Childrens Q c Colored Border Initial Handker chiefs three in box at OC t box C- II t tIadles or mens all linen Hemstitched Hand Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs rt rsixIn box for box j I 50I blerie cotton Hemstitched and Initial Hand kerchiefs nice soft quality six In 7Cnbox for box Christmas Handkerchiefs ono In iiInllllS handsomely designed Handkerchief lIto Imiiilinnde lace anti embroider Ll edges rOc up to 2RO each o f HOTEL JjST DENISJJBROADWAYYORK 11th STREET It NEW CITY 1111 I Attn ry r 11 tr Utrmt JHM Blot from Wiiuiukrii 9 rilmiln1 walk or ahlrMUg DtotH- lyatto ron I cnltln- ComtsrtiM Appa4l ncuiior itptbtrrirriKl llvnFlltt1 1ROOMSI S 100 PER DAY AHO UP Very CommoiIUnpi Sample jI ItateeIi WM TAYLOR sort 1be n J r Tt71 IGKT- I tlTp 6- riri tttnru IfYt ijnmi irrie It CHRYSANTHEMUMSAre c i E r t bloom or tine plants Bulbs of our own importa tion Hyacinths Narcissus Tulips and Chinese Sacred Lilies I FINE LAltGE GOLD FISH 4 jrtlsUc Floral Designs to Order CUT FLOWKIIS OF ALL KINDS 9Lfuca Ity o i 620 Broadway IU th Pbonee Sos or 1A7 5 5Coffee Special I I IIdlewild Brand Roasttt- ll Colfte fresh and strong I Four Pounds for I 100 I IGranulatedt or the pulverised market ft S As FOWLER SUPPLY COMPANY I I I I AeI- Pf1 Storef t 7711Whrsthia a 5prji S adtei ficme fourndl Patterns We 15e 69e Some different shades qualities Wool Hto G2 Inches wide for Skirts Dresses or Suits worth originally 100 and flCO bilks 69e lard easwa MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR OF WEEK AKGKXTIXB WRVrilKIt SWAYS WHEAT UiMtKITT Rumors of Drouth Cause Advance of Prices Slump Caused by llcport SUPPLIES AUK ENORMOUS Chicago Nov 29The condition of the weather In Argentina halO teen the chief factor In the wheat market during the past week Dining the early part of the week reports from the South American country indicated that drouth was causing a serious Injury to the wheat and prices here advanced sharply Later however reports that the drouth had Neon broken in the affected districts reached the trade In large numbers aid prices slumped off to about the levell of tho previous weeks close The losses in Argentina gen eraFy considered to be Imporiaat enough to materially reduce the quantity available for export but the liner would hardly be felt In the market of the world unless the shortage of foodstuffs other than wheat nade 09 This HomeMade Cough- S rup will Surprise You CoughQuicklyat Small Cost o Hero Is a homemado remedy that takes hold of a cough instantly and usually curo the most stubborn cnso In 24 hours This recipe makes familyYoureadymade cough syrup for 260 Mix one pint of granulated sugar with splat of warm water and stir 2 minutes Put 2 ounces of Plncx fifty cents worth in a pint bottle nnd add tho Sugar Syrup This keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste appstilohelps end a cough You probably know the medical asthmabronchitis better centrated compound of Norway white plno extract in gulalcol and all elementsOther InthisThe prompt results from this Inex pensive remedy have made friends thoUnitedplains why tho plan has been Iml successfullyAor money promptly refunded goes hasPlnexsend to Tho Pine Co Ft Wayne Ind II C IIII USE TRADEWATER COAL = u Opportune Values in Jeas nable e8iJ 5d8 25c London Twine Oxford Yalta Fish- Net Wool Dress Goods values orig inally sold for IGO to 200 yard at 2Gc ten and Goods 12G WOM will rich Fifteen pieces Fancy Silk suitable for dresses waists etc Values worth J100 and 125 II the wheat consumption phenomenal I ly large In Europe ThIs sluiition was feared by a few In the trade but not seriously considered by the trade at large Supplies of wheat available In Europe are now so enor mous that a shortage in Argentina would be felt very little Argentine exports are usually made mostly dur ing the first halt of the year after which they are invariably light The shipments since July this year have shown the largest percentage of tho previous crop ever recorded Shorts Ilusli to Cover There was a great deal of covering of short wheat hero at one time dur ing the week because of the Argen tine crop damage reports The buy Ing enthusiasm however was not nearly as marked as that which fol owed the destruction of much of the wheat crop in North Dakota several reeks ago The buying at that time was considerably overdone and the rade has since felt the effect of the reaction from It One of the echoes it the North Dakota excitement is ontalned in tho following from a wblicatlon devoted to milling Inter su Reports from North Dakota ndiccte that a large number of flour Buyers loaded up with flour in July md that now with the decline In rice they feel rather gloomy When hey bought flour the crop situation ooked very bad and the wheat mar et was booming The effect Is to Bake trade duU with northern mills The report of tho breaking Of the Irouth In Argentina did not reach the rade hero until Friday Cables then od of good rains In all the districts effected and with a sharp drop at Mvorpool prices here took a sharp lecllne Speculative Interest Small The caution shown by tellers dur ng the week was but the natural hlng to expect with the Important outh American producer on the eve jf harvest In her most Important heat areas It Is rare that a wheat rop in any part of tho world Ile not tilled a few times by speculators be fore it Is harvested but It almost In variably follows that tho merchandls nfj problems come along In due ourie after harvest The Argentine harvest probably will bo no exception It has about lAMMCOO larger acre ige to make up its losses from and wen a most moderate per acre yeld would have a big surplus for export Vurtralla with a largo area should Je brought into the arena by the crop tillers to make the campaign a real y good one- Speculative interest IIn wheat has keen small for months and promises o remain so until something tangible nd of enough Importance to claim he public attention develops Even vlth much development there would 10 no real cause for anxiety on the art of the consumer Supplies of ffhcat and flour in trade channels the world over are enormous and there- s nothing to warrant tho consumer hanging from his position of buy ng to supply Immediate needs ony iVlth merchandising on only the nor raal consuming basis it will be a IQW task to materially deplete avail ble supplies On Monday wheat made a rather 4JcAbout seven pieces In lots Panama Basket Weave and English Suiting for suits or dromes values worth originally 100 and 160 739Imported Suitings both by yard and slnglo Individual patterns the most desirable shades and quality for this seasons wear worth 200 and 200 yard mks 79c- liard 1 disappointing showing end closed weak following an earl advance There was the tame lark of enthusl asm as heretofore wla no increase In the amount of busmen current Higher markets in Europe and un favorable reports from Argentina wero the main cauws for strength early In the session while depressing statistics and slim cash and specula tive demand caused weakwea Inter There was a suspicion In the trade finally that long wheat was being fed Into the market on the hard spots It was certain some of the larger local bears were scaring on a liberal scale from the short ride This helped to check the advances but alto steadied the mark+ t on tho declines A number of large room traders who have bees working for higher prices ware working cautiously on the soiling wide These bulls had been making a stubborn fight for nearly three wefkv but It became apparent to them that they were ltoe ing ground Opposition became more powerful and import with each advance over the gain that was made In December wheat two weeks ago Argentine news was more of a tie tor in wheat Tuesday than on the day before It was made tho baste for fairly Important buying with the re I glI1I8Ithe early morning after the market lad suffered quite a reaction follow- Ing A higher opening Short were n a general stampede at the last and were bidding good prices to get under coverEarly Selling Overdone Tho early selling had been very much overdone and shorts ha1 been TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede HaD Clock as a timepiece a tubular chime and an article of furniture for home office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement insures correctness of time the solid oak or mahogany case with classic lines conforms to goof taste and the melodious tubular chimes sounding the hours and quarters after the peals of Whittington or Westminster serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour The fifty styles give ample choice in design size and price allshowing the moons phases in the dial arch We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co of this city and will send illustrated catalog on request Gifts by Mail You can purchase gifts of Diamonds Sterling Silver Sheffield Plate Gold and Silver Jewelry Mantel Clocks Etc throughour Correspondence Department at moderate prices Correspondence solicited Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co Hcrscbedo Building Fourth Street Fast Cincinnati Ohio 1 lMe f r StoretOF Tf- Aihriszi 1- C i 11 4 0p1L i uarterlil- Jtule 93ook 20e- 9atternif o Free 79c Fifteen pieces different shades and qualities plain and fancy mix turfs values worth 126 1JSO and 200 0 Plaids Persians and Foulard Silks The newest ideas and prettiest styles Values worth 100 125 J35 t as or 1 v I lllaok SIM Sugar Jolly and1 Crvmii Ladles Iorlin linn non J ry 11- and other useful article Mall onion tilt It r t- t I to the Chime Every 1 s rf eI tArgentina cabtM ball also somewhat worn off Day weatMr enUttuwl In 1k southwest but TI not meh of a factor in the market The trade however was A little laterwt ed la the buying of wheat future here by a few Kuropeaua Hxef for an advance at liudn Pert Ute Hvro peeD markets were not much stirred by the Arstntiio newt Although the trade IB ykedt on Wednesday was larger and more Im portent than for any day In the last week or ten days awl the of priNt fairly wide was little emboldened The effort of MM early net change at the close Disappoint ing Kuropoan cables and reports that rain was threatened In Argentina made a weak market at the outset thisIdrmmpt and Important and tho boors 1 filaek and 4 ftrown Flue et JISpecial 590 Twontyflvo Kur Sets cut Illustrates pll low or rug muff plain head trimmed 90BIHclnlalter Jets 650 to 9500 I1II1nkI a1fLynx ilaro Silver llluo Wolf Russian Pony French Coney Natural blink Martin Wolf tf fympleleness cftftqlcs and Prices 0ti t Wo uunrnnteo every of fur wo sell llf EacnfSTKIUING KU Ollva Spoons Ollvo and Salad fllinlCady whit order Newt lour Skyscraper 0 rr Westminster lit kt1Iwhat range there Black Illick piece sooo found a tight nod advancing market Later cables trade a mIdi poorer showing for Argentina TIlls made shorts uneasy sad finally Uwn Pded ft number of them Into cover lag There wan evidently a plentiful supply of wheat on the hard spots aLl the market reached from Mine to Ume NevorUielem Ute alp points Of tke week were touched before UM advance was halted The Armour and Licbttern boso wore the INK at of the early buyers and Itt wes the proper Improetton In Ute pit that they wero also supplying the bulk of the offering on the subsequent mites Tone of Murkrt Honvy OH Friday tho tone of fje market was heavy throuphottt considerable wheat being on sale OB all of the lit tie swells and constant support wee needed European markets wore all- lower rains having fallen In Argon tina The cablog indicated that tho rainfall war general throughout Ar gentina and the latex cables receiv ed from there said the drouth ws brokenMay wheat at the end of the wook waaI cent above the clow of the previous weok and July was 4c higher December was unchanged Corn which had shown some weakness early turned strong Mtor in the weak and scored slight gains Speculators wero poatzod bocauno of the persistent buying by tho Armour Grain company Quite a number of tho whorls were convinced that a campaign against tho shorts ilmllar to that recently run In wheat was under way Jlnd they decided It was the better part of valor to mako an escape Lnrco Short Interest There Is n large outstanding short Interest In corn which despite the long continued and Important recent decline has not made n great deal of money In addition to this there Is a big ehort Interest that has urn mouse profits on short corn which It will be a difficult matter to dislodge It was the popular Impression that J A Patten and several big traders have big Unco of short corn In the market on which there IU an average profit of over 12 cents per bushel Ml of these are believers In still lower ultimate prices for corn and would probably welcome a moderato ad 1 R t M t I I vance Ice la order to Increase theIr short I Oats price bald Iber own all w 3k In sdllton ti cooilderable ooverlHR J by shorts tbore u a marked Ins I provement In Ute demand for CMhs grain from toed 4lstrlb len awl slrfp i t Pose ProrlstioM toelc quite a lovoifi IMMP last week Some of the lite tf portent heWers of January 1notElode parUculArly perk and rIb wore abandoning their povUbnu and dump Ilag their property ou tho market Tllo limited demand for each Meats 1 has started a number of tho paek ri rpesuMoire t pMkera were of course the nm to 1 H lUIlagl Ulltlrerce il ISThisDattioCreekbeecn afflicted with A wvero caw of kidney and bladder trouble for which Moundr no relief until I used Foleyyy CtfitolyI f Itroubled with backaches and Revere i Ashooting pains with annoying urinary 11Foloyof all ray former troubleii They 4 tt 1OllhortsWill llond+ JH in Mrs Austin Owen 521 aimiknnI hifbrothor II infirmaryyfr q winter tA 4 f x a Ilexnnictliylcnclclrninlno 4 toner onts of Kolloys Kidney Iloraody 0 recognizedby illesFoloyKidneyl ign of kidney trouble nnd avoid a t1 drugtoreRevenge may bo jwoot at first butas 1114k It Iis sure to acquire a fla or that Is cauytblnge t r I Cold weather is here 1011 are beginning to realize the vast Importance of having GOOD COAL In your coal bins TltADKWATHK COAL in tho best coal forff your furnaces stoves or grates It does not clinker makes very little ash lUll contains moro Bent than nil tho rest AH a liousownrmer TifAniMvtTiM i ling proven Its superiority Order a load today and ho convinced 1 t i t r i i t n COAL 1 4 1IIOMPT DUL1VKHV OUDKIl COIU AND KINDL1NO FHOM US JUGH1 PHICB com HOT t BIGHTS ii F u COMPANYI11 Retail Yard Foot of Ohio Street G M RIKER Manager of Salos Both Phones No 32435 111 r= 01 f s