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if l PAGE TWOr man PADUCAH EVENING SUIT R WltDXKSDVY JANUARY i
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A delightful trip can be made to
Colorado California
on the electriclighted
St LouisColorado Limited
Running over the dustless
perfect track of the
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Wabash and
Union Pacific
The Shortest and Safest Route
I Routet
Electric block signals Equipment and
IElectric I the best that money carr buy
For literature Information
rates etc call on or address
> W D WOOD T P A
Wabash It It Co
i Wabash Bldjf St Lour Mo
News of Theatres
I Announcement Is made that the
production at the Kentucky for one
evening on Wednesday January 27
will bo a musical farce entitled
Three Twins The book Is found
ed on the old farce Incog famous
for its laughs for the past twen
ty years The libretto Is the work
of Mr Charles L Dickson who was
prominently Identified with the pre
sentation of Incog for many years
Tho lyrics are by Mr Otto A Hauer
bach and the music by Mr Karl
Boschnl1The production will
be In two acts and a strong cast has
been gathered together by Mr Jos
M Gaites for the presentation It
Includes Mr Thomas Whlffen favor
r ably known here for his excellent
work in comic opera Miss Clorlnq
Sweetman whose work In New York I
t musical l successes attracted consider
able attention and who Is known as I
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CHUNS IHJLMI DOLLAR ELECTRICAL
SHOW
NOW OIEX
The cost elaborate exposition ewer held
aireiythlne thiti new In light Ihrat t
and power lor the home office store
factory and f > rtn All manner 01 beery
and light machinery In full working
operationA
A VERITABLE FAIRYLAND
OF ELECTRICAL WONDERS
H0000ip titca decorations TbeWrfgnt
iooOtspeutoadecantiooaTbewrfgbtAeroplaueexhibited
Aeroplane exhibited by the U 8 govern
ment wireless Telfgripbjr and idle
phoning CooUny washing Ironing
weeping doing almost everything by
bydectricllY
electricity lor health comfort nerds
and bpi ntu for htmaaltjr Open 10
ft m 10 it 1 p in ally except Sunday
Admlnton Me children iic
Coliseum Chicago Jan 1529
J G LOWE G A
Union Pacific R R Co
903 Olive St St Louis Mo
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one of tho best dancers on the mus
ical stage Edward Wade Russell
Lennon Nell Kelly John Abbott
Eveleen Dunmore Elsie Mynue and
Helen DuBols
In Olga von Hatzfeldt a sure
enough countess LefflerBratton i
company has found a new Mrs New
lywed for tho title role of The New
lyweds and Their Baby Tho coun
tessthus do we always think of I
herIs petite fetching and posses
posseeIsed
Kentucky January 31
Those PIes of Boyhood
How delicious were the pies of boy
hood No pies now ever taste eo
good Whats changed The pies
No Its you Youve lost the strong
healthy stomach the vigorous liver
the active kidneys the regular bowels
of boyhood Your digestion la Poor
WhatsQ
needed A complete toning WhatsI I
Electric Bitters of all organs or diges
tion Stomach Liver Kidneys Bow
letTry them Theyll restore your
boyhood appetite and appreciation of
food and falrlr saturate your body
with new health strength and vigor
SOc at all druggists
If < > B From Bavaria
The Paducah Brewery company I
has just received a large cargo of
hops from Bavaria It was one of
the largest shipments ever made to
any brewery In this section of the
Ohio valley The capacity of the
brewery will soon be Increased and
owing to the Increased sale of the
product it Is necessary to have
larger quantlUes of the raw mater
ials
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine the
world wide Cold and Grip removes
cause Call for full name Look for i
signature E W GROVES 25c
While the Fireman Swings His Ax
Is oo lima to begin to wonder If your insurance is I all right or I
If you have any at all You should know NOW Dont put off
another day looking up your policies t i i
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EVERYTHING I IN I INSURANCE
SMITH DAVIS
403 Ji Broadway Telephone 385
INDEesx Q c auJjJERS
1 AT THE > KENTUCKY I
FRIDAY
JANUARY
j21
Moving PIctures Tonight
Two Reels fi Cents
Big Musical and Yau
deville Benefit
TENDERED
MRS Wn DEAL
The best talent In the city taking
part Watch for program
Children 10c Adults 23c
Curtain 815
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SENATOR BATON
LAYS THE BLAME
ON COUNTY IIOAHDS OF EQUAL
1ZA ION
Thereforp Ho Declares There Is X <
Need For Ilciiiedlal legis
lation
nESOLOTIOX IS ADOPTED 7 7 7 1
Frankfort Ky Jan 19Senntor
Eaton of 1 Paducan has found tho
way to clear tho debt of the state
without Issuing a bond for 1000
000 Ilevwonts tho property of tbo
state assessed at something like Its
real value and then ho says ho
thinks there will be plenty of money
raised to pay oR the Indebtedness of
the state Senator Eaton has no
fears of expressing his opinion In
the senate regardless of where his
words fall In this matter however
ha quotes the report of the board
of equalization It is likely that his
suggestion will ho adopted and that
there will bo no bond Issue
It was hinted today by > one of the
members of the legislature that
within tho next few days a legal
proceellng will be started In the cir
cuit court to mandamus Auditor
James to pay off with Interest bear
ing warrants and then this matter
will be settled If the court holds
that Auditor James must pay off
with Interest bearing warrants then
the banks will walt until tho money
Is collected through the Increased as
sessment to pay off tho debt
Senator Eaton mado known his
Ideas of raising money to be used
In paying off tho states Indebtedness
In Introducing a resolution In tho
senate yesterday It follows
Whereas It has been called to the
attention of the general assembly by
his excellency tho governor of Ken
tucky that the finances of the state
are so depleted that the current ex
penses of tho state cannot be met
that there exists a large deficit In
the treasury that the revenues pro
vided by law and based on the pres
ent assessed valuation of property
are Insufficient to defray the accru
ing obligations of the state and
Whereas It Is crovlded by section
172 of the constitution that all
ptv > i erty not exempt from taxation
by the constitution shall be assess
ed for taxation at Its fair cash
valueAnd
And It Is further provided by sec
tion 4274 Kentucky statutes 1909
that the board of equalization shall
fix the percentage of assessed value
of real property at Its fair cash
value and all counties whoso aver
age lists of real property fall below
such value shall be raised to tho
same and by section 4275 It Is
further provided that said board is
authorized In like manner to equal
Ito the assessed valuation of person
al property
propertyEqualization
Equalization Hoards Report
Tho the state board of equaliza
tion for tho year 1909 in its report
to tho governor says In part Inas
much as no county in the stato has
listed either Its real or personal
property at its fair cash valuation
as the law provides there was not a
single county in the state in which
the assessed valuation as returned
by the assessor was reduced and
the board of equalization has en
deavored to raise the counties show
ing a lower valuation sufficiently to
equal those whose assessed valuation
Is more nearly in conflrmaty to the
lawBo
Bo it therefore resolved by the
general assembly of the common
wealth of Kentucky
That Ihero exists no Immediate
After 0
La Grippe
I had suffered several weeks
with LaGrippc Had pains in
my head and eyes It felt as
though there was a heavy weight
on the top of my head until it
seemed that my brain would
burst I was so nervous that
I could not rest or sleep When
I doze4 off I would awake with
a sudden jerking of my whole
body Dr Miles Ncrvjne Heart
Remedy and Nerve and Liver I
Pills cured me A number of
friend have since realized the
same benefits
MRS ALVIN H LOCKS
Seabrook N H
The after effects of La Grippe
are often more serious than the
disease as it leaves the system
in a weakened condition that
invites more serious troubles
such as pneumonia etc
Dr Miles
Restorative Nervine
should be taken for some time
to thoroughly restore nerve
strengthDr
Dr Mlles Nervlne It f told by all drug
gliti If the tint bottle does not benefit
your druagUt will return your money
MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind
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IP YOU NEED A MKDICIXI2
YOU SHOULD lAVE THE BEST
Although there aro hundreds of
preparations advertised there Is
only one that really stands out pre
eminent as a remedy for diseases of
tho kidneys liver and bladder
Dr Kilmers SwninpHuot stands
the highest for the reason that It has
proved to bo just the remedy needed
In thousands upon thousands of own
the most distressing cases
liwamp Root makes friends quick
ly because Its mild and Immedlato
effect Is soon realized It la a gentle
healing vegetable compounda phy
sicians prescription for a spocllllc
diseaseSwampHoot
SwampHoot Is not recommended
for everything
everythingA
A Sworn Certificate of Purity Is
with every bottle
For sale at all drug stores In bot
tles of two sizes aftycunts and one
dollarSninplo
Sample IlotUo Free Ily Man
In order to prove what Swamp
Root the great kidney liver and
bladder remedy will do for you ev
ery reader of the Paducah Dally
Sun who has not already tried It
may receive a sample bottlo by mall
absolutely free Address Dr Kilmer
Co Binghamton N Y Write
todaydemand
demand for any remedial legislation
at this time and under the condi
tions appearing from the message of
the governor and the reports of the
state departments referred to In the
preamble we believe by an honest
and faithful exercise of the powers
and duties conferred upon tho as
pcssors the board of equalization
by the laws In forco the embarrass
ing situation which confronts the
stato can be relieved without the
necessity of resorting to any bond
Issue or raising tho rate of taxation
M Inns Makes Polo Sickly I Children
The Old Standard DROVES TASTE
JLBSS CHILI TONIC drives out ma
laria and builds up the system For
grown people and children liCe
OLD FIRE STATION
MAY UK OCCUPIED IJY TIm
MJWSDEMOCRAT
lroi > erty on North Fourth Street
nought Ily PHediiiaii
Keller
It Is current on the streets that tho
old Central fire station which was
purchased from the city by Friedman
Ii Keller will be remodeled and uS
a a home for the NewsDemocrat
The fire department will not leave
the present building before April 1
and the newspaper can not occupy It
before May or June
Extensive repairs wfVl bo neee aryl
Now floors a new ceiling and front
are needed but tho walls are good
The building is narrow but Is long
and will enable all of the mechanical
equipment to bo placed on the ground
door with the tuelness ofllce There
Is sufficient space on tho second floor
for the editorial rooms
Tho building was one of the first
public buildings when the city was
Incorpomted For many years it
served 411 the city haM and Jail but
in 1S77 was turned over to the fire
department when it became a paid
organization It Is conceded gener
ally that the city received an excel
lent price for the site
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CIVIL SERVICE
EXAMINATIONS AVILTj BH HELD
NEXT MONTH
Sacral Good Government Position
Open to Successful Appli
cants
Competitive United States civil
service examinations will be held as
indicated below If anyone desires
to apply for any of these tho proper
blanks will be sent upon receipt of
request stating the names of the
examinationAssistant
Assistant assayer custom house
service Kansas City Mo 1200
February 2 engineer and plumber
Indian service Colvlllo school Wash
Ington 800 February 2 junior
topographer geological survey 720
to 1200 February 23 trained
nurse all services 600 to 720
February 16 repairman weather
bureau Hatteras N C 720 Feb
ruary 16 topographic aid tempo
rary geological survey 40 to 75
per month February 16 hydraulic
engineer geological survey 1200
to 2400 February 1617 compu
ter coast and geodetic survey 1
600 February 1617 assistant geol
ogist geological survey 1000 to
1600 February 1617
These examinations may ho taken
at Bloomington Ind Cincinnati 0
Cleveland 0 Columbus OEvans
vlllo Ind Fort Wayne Ind Indian
apolis Ind Ironton 0 LaFayctte
Ind Lexington Ky Louisville Ky
Now Albany Ind Paducah Ky
Torro Haute InI Toledo 0 Vnl
parlso Ind Xanosvlllo O
For application blanks address
secretary civil service board at
clUes named or C W Moss secre
tary Sixth civil service district Cin
cinnati Ohio
Faith does more than defend old
facts It makes new ones
Second Day
Of Our
January
White Sale
PADUCAtf1 ICY
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tmOm t
Of Our
January j J
White Sale
OUR ANNUALI
WHITE GOOD
SALEc J
Starts Eethusiastkally
4a 1
UmidermiLBsIiini Values aTrinjmplh
Hundreds of delighted women arc laying in a six months or years supply of Undero o C 1
clothes from the Ogilvic January sale with absolute confidence in the matchlesst
values Every woman who knows values will buy now and buy plentifully Prices
in the wholesale market are now higher than when our supplies were bought and re
tail prices are sure to advance Besides wo secured extra concessions on large con
r tracts so the twofold advantage of buying in this January sale is easily understood
Some of the many good numbers I
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Corset Covers
Corset Covers trimmed with Several rows of
lose Insertion back and front finUhcd with
beading and ribbon others trimmed with
embroidery Sale price > BOo
Corset Covers made of cambric daintily
trimmed Sale price iKJc
Corset Covers made of fine nntnsoolc and
cambric trimmed with fine taco and em
broidery Sale price iSo
Drawers
Drawers with deep hemstitched tucked ruf
fles Sale price Wc
Embroidery and Lace Trimmed Drawers
Salo price atuc
Lace and Embroidery Trltnihcd Drawers
Sale price rbUo
Drawers with deep ruffles of embroidery
tucks and lace Salo price 78c
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Skirts
Short Skirts made of good cambric finished
with hemstitched tuck and ruffle sKlo
price Cambric and Muslin Long Skfrts Sj with stop 50c j
tucked flounces Salo price CUo
Long Skirts with deep flounces of embrord
cry also lace trimmed numbers Sale price
at 9125
Great Jamnuiary Salle of Limieinis f
Here are thousands of dollars worth of tho most desirable Linens one can buy at
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prices which range from onefourth to onethird less than regular value These few
items must tell the economy story for tho hundreds of others r
70 and Clinch Table Damask
union and pure linen bleached
and unbleached Sale price tho
yard inc
CG Inch Hotel Damask pure
linen very heavy dice and
other patterns regular 100
grade Salo price yard Me
72Inch Scotch Irish and her
man Damask In unbleached
silver bleached antI full bleach
ed Salo price yard 9100
23Inch Napkins puro linen
bleached extra heavy regular
260 grade Salo price per
d zen 9200
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White Good = = = = Some
at WhoflesaBe Frees
Lost summer having this January sale In
mind wo placed orders for thousands of
pieces of white material at quotations under
tho market then which with tho rise of
prices enables us to name wholesale prices
today These numbers for example Sc
36Inch Puro Linen Lawn 3i0 iadO rdro
30Inch Sheer Linen Lawn COo grade ydttOc
36 Inch Irish Linen 7Cc grade ydhoc
32Inch Scotch and Persian Loess 2Gc grade
the yard llc
27Inch German Linen special a ydIOc
40Inch Check Dimity 2Cc grade yd lISc
27Inch Dimity Plaids 20c grade ydlho
t
18Inch Napkins all ilnen In a
good range of patterns Salo
l
price A dozenIUU
ISlneh Napkins bleached and e
unbleached large choice of de t
signs Sale price doz 91no
22Inch Napkins Germanr
bleach and full bleached 3 CO
grade Sale price doz205a t
Standard Sheets Pill
I low Cases Domestics
Take advantage of these price reductions J
for It will bo some time before a like oppor 1
I tunity will bo presented Lay In your sup I G r
aply while these lots last
a a
PIMXW CASKS 1a 1
1 Cc grade size 42x36 sale price 12o
18o grade slzo 42x36 sale pricelhc
SHEETS 1
66c grade slzo 72x00 sale pricehhc It
700 grade size 81x90 sale price50c
100 grade size 90x90 salo priceSOa th t
12 yards r Bleached Domestic worth 10c a
yard for J100t
10 yards White Lonsdaj6 I worth 12c a yard i
for II0r
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Am Embrondry Sale of More Than jI j I
Ordn unary Vail ones erIn
In point of quality and very low prices If we went into the market today toplaco i
orders duplicating the stock of Embroideries in this January White Salo we couldnt hl t
begin to sell at the prices quoted in this extraordinary bargain sale 1c
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Allovers Swiss or Nainsook
small medium or large designs
a yardSOc to 9200
Corset Cover Embroidery the
yard i Oc to 101
Embroidered Galloons at per
yard roc to 9100
Swiss Edgings and Insertions
fast edges iCo values per
yard loc
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Night G IOWHHS
Gown made of good cambric yokes tuckedI I
and laco trimmed JJalo price Soc 1
Gown fine quality of cambric dainty trim I 4 4t
med yoke and slipover styles Sale prlco BOc i
Muslin and Nainsook Gowns trimmed withe i
dainty laces embroideries and beading and
ribbon Salo price It 100
Chemise
Chemise trimmed with edges of lace and em
broldorlea Sale price ntio
Chemise prettily trimmed with lace edge and
Insertions Salo price 9100
Chemise mado of fine cambric and nainsook
trimmed In laces and embroideries Sale
prlco t 9IU5 4
Underclothes
Made to our special requirements Extra s4ze
In proportion all over
of
Gowni slipover style mode of nainsook nice
ly trimmed In linen lace Sato price each S
at 9lno I k fr
Gown highneck long sleeves made of softk
cambric trimmed In embroidery Sale price
each INI I i
Drawers made of good cambric daintily
trimmed In embroidery Sale prlco pale 91 00
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Embroidered NamsooK uugings
nUll Insertions hundreds of
pretty patterns 12l4c and 16e
qualities a yard100
Cambric Swiss and Nainsook
Edgings and Insertions newest
designs 200 and 2Gc values nard
yard flit
wldo Nalnsook hdgings amt
Insertions hand loom work
pretty designs JGo value tho
yard < U5o
27Inch Skirt Huntings fast
edges deep WOrK worth 4 tic
a yard USo
Swiss KIoMnclngs 18 to CQn
Borne exqujslte designs fast
edgings n yard BOc to I IBO
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