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ISAM OF NEWS COMPILED AND
E CrtiiuhHi.. the Breathitt county
fcudi r, died Saturday i ight from
The hnrmuiit convention of Ten
nessee Democ ats will be held in
Nashville tiimo-n w
A'i'-tusr. Idar Coriat has reported
to Gov. Foa that Clarence Richeson
la not srtne nn'i this fact will be laid
before the state council to consider
bis pardon. lie is condemned to die
To-day will be Paducah'a biff day.
It will be a southwest Kentucky day,
too, from start to finish. Beginning
with the Good Roads demonstration
of the Ward King split log drag, in
. clu'iing the Southwestern Kentucky
Bankers' meet, and closing with
JRiccardo Martin the famous Ameri
can tenor in r6cital at the Kentucky
T. W. Blakey A Director. ,
Dr. T. W. Blakey has taken stock
in and become a director of the
Grea Southern Fire Insurance Co., '
at which the Hon. A. E. Wilson is
West Virginia For T. R.
West Virginia Republicans this
week will name Roosevelt delegates
Co the National Convention at Chic
aro in accordance with the instruct
ions and primaries. .
Meeting of Improvement League.
The Vircfnia street school im
provement League will meet tomor
row (Wednesday) afternoon at 3
o'clock. A full attendance 1s re
quested aB an election of officers will
. be helu.
To Open Street
The .condemnation proceedings to
- open Wtst Fifteenth street through
the property of Rachel Washington
-were on trial before Judge Knight
yesterday and the case had not been
concluded at t) e press hour.
Fight at Jellico.
During an exchange of, shots,
- which followed the attempt of Town I
Marshal Tom Bolin to arrest' Wiley i
Partin at Jelico, the wife of th(
Marshal was shot and instant I v
t killed. Several other persons are
reported to have been wounded.
Mike Lyons tnd Lyman Johnson,
two of the Mogul stars of last year,
arrived Sunday ard a general round
Wa offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
TVe, the undersigned, have known r. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 yeaw, and bollevo
htm perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially ablo to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure la talccn internally,
noting directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials
lent free. Prlco 73 cents per bottle. Sold
' all Druggists.
v fflko Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
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TURKEY FIGS, SMYRNA FIGS, PULLED FIGS.
We found a Jobber that had more Figs than he could sell now as the season is late. The small dealers have
about quit handling them so we bought the entire lot, some 75 boxes, they are packed in 1, 5 and 10 pound
boxes, these figs are worth almost double what we paid for them. Figs are the most healthful fruit that you
can eat, THEY ARE RECOMMENDED BY ALL OF THE DOCTORS.
DDCCCPVPQ Nothing makes better preserves, it don't take much sugar and the price is cheaper than any
FEJCIiyC4:5"""dried fruit you can buy. ORDER QUICK. SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW.
10 CENTS PER POUND 1, 5 and 10 pound boxes. Price prevails until all are sold.
COLLECTED FROM ALL SOURCES
upof anew team tookplace yesterday.
Weber, Smith, Yon, Kesling and Mc
Arthur are all expected back while
eight or ten new men have been
ordered to report. Manager Lewis
will be busy to-day trying out the
new rren at the park.
Hopkinsville Dud Lewis.
Paducah John Nairn.
Henderson Offa Neal.
Clarksville Senter Reiney.
Cairo Carl Pace.
Evansville Not named.
Stricken With Paralysis.
J. Garnett Roach was stricken
with paralysis last Friday at his
home on South Virginia and his, con
dition is regarded as quite serious.
His entire left sidn is involved! and
the stroke rendered him unconscious.
Graduates With High Honors.
Joe Slaughter, who has been at
tending the University of Louisville
law school, graduated with high
honors last week and has returned
home. Mr. Slaughter is a son of
Mr. Charle3 Slaughter, of this city,
and is a very bright young man.
Richeson's One Chance.
The Board of Insanity experts se
lected by Gov, Foss to examine into
the mental condition of Clarence V.
T. Richeson, Boston clergyman un
der sentence of death for the1 mur
der of Avis Linnell, cccupied almost
the entire day yesterday witjh the
examination. The report, it is ex
pected, will be made-Wednesday.
THREE MORE WEDDINGS.
Dr. George Wesley Lackey
announces theengagement'of his
Mr. Lander Jenkirs Chisholm
The ceremony will be performed
Mr. B. P. Bradley, of this city,
will be married May 15th to Miss
Amie Baggetr, of Tamps, Fla.
A'ter June 1st they will be at home
at the residence of Mc. ani Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meisner, of
announce the enpagement and
approaching marriage of their
. Mr. Algie H. Smith
of Childersburg, Alabama, the
wedding to take place in
Rev. C. M. Thompson left yester
day for Oklahoma City to attend the
meeting of the Southern Baptists
Convention. Dr. T. W. Blakey will
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grants w $4,000 for a scto&l build
ing and we hope to get more Inter,
as we need it. So you see there is a
big work ahead of me. It is practi
cally pioneer work, as Miss Van
Vrauken has been here only a year
and she is the Arst regular, teacher
the school has ever had. THo school
is small, and our accomodations most
inadequate but God helping me, 1
hope to make something, out of it,
that will give these girls of eastern
Laos a fair chance.
I am sending you a picture of the
tiger that was killed last year. Dr.
Peoples is at the left holding Billman
Palmer, who is crying from fear,
Mr. Palmer is in the center and old
Mr. McCeluskey (Mrs. Palmer's.
father) is holding little Miry P.
Mr. McCeluskey came out three
years ago on tho death of his wife,
and has been here ever since. He is
nearly 80 years old, but a good car
penter, and makes himself, very use
ful with that and gardening.
I riSVo guttctr bciuiiu ih my letters
so will not write more this time.
Unseasonable Temper a t u r e
Schedued For This Week.
According to the bulletin issued by
the weather bureau At Washington
fair weather will predominate this
week, with temperatures below the
seasonal average generally East of
the Rocky Mountains. Showers are
due today in the middle Atlantic and
New England states. "A change to
considerably copier weather," the
bulletin continues, "will overspread
the region east of the Mississippi
valley Tuesday', and frosts Are to oc
cur the first part of the week in the
Rocky mountain region, the northern
plains statea,-the upper lake region,
and Tuesday and Wednesday in the
lower Take region, the upper Ohio
valley and the interior of the north
"The next disturbance to cross the
country will appear in the .far west
Wednesday or Thursday and move
to the middle west near the close of
the week; it will be proceed by a
general rise in temperature and be
attended by local showe'rVand thund-,
Mothers Day At Ninth Street
Mothers' Day was observed at the
Ninth St. Christian church. The
pastor preached on the topic "How
Do We Best Honor Our Mothers?"
Mrs. Foster adjusted the musical
program of the morning service to
the occasion with great skill and ef
fect. Next Lord's Day at this church
will be a high day. Children's Day
will be observed in the morning; and
at night Rev. Carry E. Morgan, of
Nashville, will preach to the class of
1912 of McLean College. Dr. Mor
gan is a man of distinction and pow
er and a speaker of elegance and
force. He will no doubt be greeted
by a great audience next Sunday
Ami hmmtJfa Oft Uol
m k Orifer tf tlw Dty.
Judge Knight's order auppreMfag
tho disorderly nouses northct of
the city, is being obeyed m fat m
the women can move away Several
of them left Saturday and the houfi
es have practically closed, as the
keepers are arranging their affairs
to quit business.
Special Patrolman Joe Wolfe and
Cecil Armstrong are in charge of
the suppression and made two ar
rests Friday night of men who dis
charged firearms in the vicinity.
They were fined.
Judge Knight remains firm in hia
determination to remove tho houses
Appropriately Observed At
Rev. E. B. Landis, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, preached
an excellent sermon Sunday morn
ing.in which he paid a glowing trib
ute to the mothers of our land.
The sermon was listened to with
close attention by the large con
gregation, a majority of which wore
a white carnation, which is the cho
Mr. Landis also went up to Fair
view and preached a "Mothera'Day"
sermon in the afternoon.
Incorporating Old Bainbridge
Articles of incorporation of the
Old Bafnb ridge 'Telephone Co.. were
filled with -the County Clerk yester
day. The incorporators are J. L.
Sadler, W. C. Gresham and B. F.
Wood and the capital stocky is $500,
divided into-shares of $5 each'. Be
sides the above named gentlemen
the following are stockholders: W.
HiCarnelius, O. 3, Wood, H. W.
Cainelius, W. W. Wb6serey, , J, L.
Daniel, J. E. Garnelius, W. F.
Thompson, W. D. Oden, J. L. Siate
more and Jackson Owen.
The purpose of the corporation is
to operate and conduct a general
telephone business and a telephone
Jas. 0. Cook, Ph. G.
Cor. Ninth and Main Sts
WMppid li a feaure Fijfct
After twelve hours fighting Sim
day 900 mllee of the Ameri
can border Oroxc6 retreated from
Conejos, Mexico, with an army i f
5,000. leaving 500 deed and wour.
ed behind,, together with several
guna and much ammunition. It is
reported that the retreating rebels
are surrounded and renewed fighting
Capt. C. H. Tandy and Capt. B. G.
Nelson are two of the Kentucky of
ficers now in the School of Jnstruc-
Ru4f VMJrn Alive.
Am aJjBGit unbelievably crul Mf
pJe; baa cosae to light at HirwM
auL, Jasuu There a man a4 Ma
wife bar Wa arreated fer willfully
erMtatlag a lire hob. Th kIhmh
were la eh&nrs of a crwaafcorlras, tmi
r while at work a faint vok eoalag
oat ef a coffin begged for freak air.
The eouple took bo aotlce, however,
and proceeded to apply fire, row tin
the ana aura.
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Mw York where he hed hn in a
preparatory tchuoJ for leveral
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