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TTJESDAV JAXUAHY 11
PAGE EIGHT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNTi
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NO COMMISSION
OOMMISSIONPLAN
PLAN IS WANTED
OEXt nM oouxciii IIFJKCT
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Immunity From Suit rind Right to t
issue I Sixclnl Assessment llon < l
Knvowl
sncoxn CLASS CITIES MKE
City Solicitor James Campbell Jr
and Alderman Lackey left today at
noon for Frankfort to attend the
meeting of Second class cities to
represent Paducah
Support In the fight for two bills
affecting cities of the Second clare Ir
Kentucky will be given by the Pa
ducah genera council which unanl
mousy voted last night to Fvk
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Mayor Smith and City Sollcltoi
James Campbell in eecurlng laws
making Paducah Immune from law
uts and also giving her the right
to float special assessment bonds foi
Improvements
h Every member of the genera
council was present except J K P
E McCarthy As to the commlEfiioi
form of government a vote taker
to begin a fight for the new law wai
lost aa thirteen of the committee op
r posed It Those 1n favor of it were
I Aldermen Hannan Farley Oehl
Khlaeger Stewart and Van Meter
and Councilman Dudde
As to the extension of the city
limits It was agreed that both the
tipper and lower boards at their reg
lIar meetings next week should caU
for an ordinance covering this and
City Engineer Washington was nsk
ed to prepare A map showing the
most thickly populated rural sec
lIons adjoining the city these to be
taken in on the extension The ex
tension Is thought to be only a mat
ter of a short time and If the people I
i residing In the districts to be taken
r do not oppose the measure with a
two thirds vote it will go through
Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure
any caso of kidney or bladder trou
ble that Is not beyond the reach of
medicine V Invigorates tho entire
system and strengthens the kidneys
if so they eliminate the Impurities
thn Backache rheuma
from tJtrbinoQ
Usmhlnoyand bladder troubles II
are all cured ythls great medicine
Qilbertn drug store I
Pride of wit Indicates poverty of
wisdom
Tho only things as contagious as
vices are virtues
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JIODKUN HAIR DRESSING
has played havoc with the tresses of
the fair sex and druggists every
where comment on the fact that they
are selling largo quantities of sage
for making the oldfashioned sag
tea such as was used by our
grandmothers for promoting the
growth of their hair and restor
Ing Its natural color The demand
for this wellknown herb for thlB
purpose has been so great that one
manufacturer has taken ndvantng
I of the fact and has placed on the
market an Ideal sage tea contain
Ing sulphur a valuable remedy for
dandruff and scalp rashes and IrrI
tatlons This preparation which IB I
called Wyeths Sage and Sulphur IB I
sold by all leading druggists for 51
cents and 100 a bottle or will be <
sent direct by the Wyeth Chemlca
Company 74 Cortlandt St New
York City upon receipt of price
For sale and recommended by W
J r Gilbert I
HOTEL ARRIVALS
PALMER G W Anderson St
xms Lucy Crice Blandvjlle M W
1111 Louisville H 11 King Render
on H J Block Louisville Jerrj
t Porter Clinton J A Gaines
Detroit Raymond Gilbert Golconda
BELVEDERE j A Anderson
St Louis Edw L Latshaw Ix > uU
rllle E E Clanton Benton Othc
3oyd Hazel C M Johnson Metrop
oils H T Grizzard Clarksvllle H
T Skllllng Chicago H C Lewis
MarksvilleNEW RICHMOND Joe Miller
evil J T Skinner La Center R
L Dunn Eddyvllle E L Earhart
Dover Tenn V B QuIsRlnt Kut
awa Thomas Lewis New Liberty
T Wade Metropolis Fred G Norris
vantvllle
ST XICHOIAS W J Bennett
lode Tenn J Meseie LouIsville
Joe Little Palmo J H Prltle Ruds
tile 111 J Hnsslen Rockport Miss
largrove Nashville W H Flnley
lodel Tenn W B StanHeld Wav
erly
I Shako off tho grip of your old
ncray Nasal Catarrh by using Elys
ream Balm Then will all the swell
Ing and soreness be driven out of the
coder Inflamed membranes The fits
of f sneezing will cease and the dIs
charge as offensive to others as to
ourself will be stopped when the
causes that produce It are removed
leanllness comfort and renewed
health by the use of Cream Sold by
alt 1 druggists for 50 cents or mailed
l7y Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New
York
arkWhat
What do you think of my latest
Dove You should have made
It your earliest instead of your lat
111 salt the brutal friend As a
effort there might have been
rat
jme excuse for It Washington I
Star
MISS BDRINGTON
EDRINGTONNOT
HOI SUMMONSB
TRiAL OF HIIIAM SMKDLKV MA
IIK PosrriONKi
Case Will Ho Called Tomorrow
Morning In Circuit
Court
11 DKKRNIIANTS ACQU1TTKI
Trial of Hiram Smcdley formei
ounty court clerk on the charge of
orgery will bo called tomorrow
naming in circuit court However
the commonwealth may not bo ready
or trial as Miss Lizzie Kdriugton
ormer county court clerk has not
teen summonsed and Deputy Chas
Clark In court this morning said he
has failed to find her An attach
ment for her presence in court to
norrow was Issued Miss Edrington
I vas a deputy clerk under Mr SmcC
ey and is an Important witness for
he prosecution
An uninteresting session of cir
cuit court was held this morning
ind the defendants were acquitted
making It a joyful day fpr them
The jury returned a verdict of
not guilty in the caso of Abe Uar
rett charged with cutting lu sud
dell boat and passion
Alexander Travis colored was ac
ultted of the charge of mnllctpus
culling He cut Wesley Pemblctoni
colored
jloredH
H P Flippo was dismissed of the
charge of grand larceny He was
ccused of taking a gun valued aV
30 from Garner Brothers Furniture
company Tho trial of Will DInwoody colI I
red charged with suffering gaming
was continued until the April term
W A King was excused as a petit
juror and George Lehnhard was em
meted
Corned Beef
How loafers grate upon the nerves
of a busy person
The Evening SuntOe a Week
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rate of 300 payable inad l
vance for The Daily Sun which af
fords you an opportunity to remember >
your relatives or friends very nicely
with what is virtually a daily letter
from home
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Havana Cuba Jan 11Don Pey
loya owner of the Rosario lIugar
mill at whoso homo Secretary of
War Dickinson and his party tvol
breakfast yesterday Is authority for I
tho statement that Dickinson In ro i
plying to Peyloyas appeal to work
tho favor of the free entry of Cuban I
products said I am the only free
trade Democrat In tho cabinet Arter
Taft has finished his second ArterI I
Invite you to como to the United
States and assist In electing a Demo I
crat free trader Tho statement
caused surprise nnd enthusiasm
among n large number of guests
MRS LrC DALLAS
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UCCITMIIS TO IIKR MAUADV T
HEMIKIISON
She Wns Mother of Aim Aluscoo Bur
nett of This City mill W ll
ICnoivii Here
Mrs Luclen C Dallam of Hend
son died this morning at C oclock
at her homo In that city after a
hort Illness from asthma of which <
sho had been a sufferer for yeas
Irs Muscoo Burnett her daughter
eft yesterday at noon for Hende
POn having learned of her mothers
Illness but at 10 oclock last night
I Irs Dallam was considered to be I 1
beth r and tho end must have come
uddcnly Mrs Henry Burnett of <
Louisville was afco with her moth
r but Mrs George Cobb of Chic
go another daughter did not rt lch
I lenderson until today Besides hur
I three daughters the leaves two son
i Ir Clarence Dallam of Lou 11011 o
and Mr Charles Da Ham of Hende
01 and tho following pjandchk 1
rent Mrs Robert Homer Air
iraddy Cary and Mrs George A
oblnfon of Louisville Luclon Dur
nett Henry Burnett Sass Mai
Terr Burnett and MUBCOC Burnet
Jr of this city George and Rlchai
Cobb of Chicago and Charles Da
I m Jr of Henderson She Is air
irvlvod by several sisters and broth
ers living In Henderson and Chicago
Mrs William W Powell and M
awrence Dallam of Paducah are a
nleco and nephew
Mrs Dallam was greatly belove
In i Hendcrton and In Paducah where
she bad frequently visited hor
uiRhters and had a wide circle of
lends She was a woman of won
rful charm of personality A beat
UCul and gracious gentlowoma
wbose brilliant mind and kindly hi
or made her ftrer a delightful con
inlon of old I and young alike She
as Mw EHznbeth Soaper of Her
Ierson and her family wan a prom
tent one not only In Honderio
mnty but in Kentucky hlstorj
The famous Betsy Calloway of old
Fort Boonsborough who married
Richard Henderson was an anew
tressI
tressThe funeral will not bo held until
hursday MrrMuncoo Burnett wll
leave tomorrow for Hondertoo
Sirs M B Davis
Mrs Mary B Davis 73 years old
ono of the best women of Hlckmai
iunty died and her funeral war
teld yesterday the Rev D W Fooki
3stor of the Cumberland Proabyter
an church atilstlng She was the
dow of Gilson L Davis General
jeblllty was the cause of her death
Ier acquaintance extended over e >
I f section of Hlokman county and
or 4 < 0 years was a resident of th <
It Zion neighborhood
Mrs Davis was survived by four
children Mrs J M Wright o
Delerton Mrs John A Latta of Vi
ter Valley W U Davis of Amarlllc
Texas and Mr E C Latta of Ev
anPlIIe The Rev D W Fook
nnd tho Rev JE > Edwards preached
the t funeral
funeralMcCann
MrCann INinernl
The funeral of John McCann who
Illed lart weeki In El 1 Paw Texas
took place this afternoon at 230
oclock from the residence of hit
mother 1129 Madlsn street The
of the Cumberland
Rov D W Fooks pastor
berland Presbyterian church ora
ted The burial took place In
k Grove cemetery The body ar
rlnd early this morning Mr Me 1
Cann was a member of the Brother
hood of Railway Carmen and the or
ganization attended the funeral In a
bodY
lyRev
Rev I W Williams Testifies
Rev L W Williams Huntington
W Va writes as follows This Is
to certify that I used Foleys Kid
ney Remedy for nervous exhaustion
and kidney trouble and am free to
say that Foleys Kidney Remedy will
do > all that you claim for II Gil
bcrtA drug storo
Lovers that correspond may not be
a bit alike
I Try the Sun for Job Work
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RIVER NESS
River Singe
Pittsburgh 47 14 I fall
Cincinnati 275 14 fall
xMihnlllo l 12 18 t rlc
Dvansvllle1S4 21 r 100
VernonCruzen r
It Vernon
It Carmel frozen
Nalhv1llQ i a 3Q 7 24rlsc
Chattanooga 90 08 J fnll
IhattanoogaFlorence 9G 05 rlso
Florenceohnsonvllle 134 10 rlsJ
Cairo17lo 4G rllO
St Louis 21200 Itd
Paducah 147 40 rise
aducahInrnslde 65 CO fatl I
Carthage 273 15 fall t
Hlver Iorccnit
The Ohio will continue rising f > r
the next 24 hours
Jtlvcr and Weather
Gauge at 7 oclock tills morning
read 147 feet which was a rise of
t feet In 24 hours Weather clear
and warmer
Ice Drifts
There will be no Tennessee rhcr
acket boat this week as the CII
was delayed In tearing Waterloo
Ala She left hero at 9 oclock
esterday morning according to a
telegram received by Wharfmast
rank Drown last night and w
ring in a big cargo ofJuinbcr t I <
morrow or next day She will lie 1
over hero until next Wcdnosda
when the will resume her business
The Kentucky is due from Hive
ton Ala Thursday afternoon or <
Ight and returns Saturday evcnln
Ice Is passing hero thick and fallt
nnd all boats have tied up Thu
gorge at Car r8 III aa expected
roke yesterday but the heavy Ilacka
will not pass here until tonight or
morrow Illvcrmcn expect lea to I
fill the river for over a week nt the
teast as nil the Ice In tho upper Ohio
will pass by hero Gorges have
broken at several points
The towboat Lyda Is In from the
cnneseee river with a tow of ties
Tho Dick Fowler and the l
Ohio are tied up The Ohio depart
ed I yesterday for the Cumberland
river after a shipment of live stock
but has not returned
The river rose rapidly ycsterdn
and was nearly at the 15 foot mark
at 7 oclock this morning
Boats and barges In tho local har
bor have been made safe against tlle
Ico However the Ice is seven
undred yards beyond tho Kentucky
IIlIore and at present shows no Jnd
itlons of endangering tho whar
buat or boats anchored near
A special from Evansville IIlS
that Ice floes sweeping down thu
OhIo river caught the towboat 100
wltb two barges and a derrick 1JOIIt
at Mt Vernon Ind and carrie
them downstream The derrick boat
ounded near Union town Ky
whllo the Love passed the mouth of
tho Wabash
The United States dredge boat
Walker moored nt llranilcnburi
wne crushed to bits yesterday who
tho gorge at Wolfavlllo went out
Two barges sank down with tho boat
and all Is probably a total loan Sile
was valued at 140000 Hiverme
are alarmed at the depth of thl
raked Ice It was between seven and
eIght feet thick today passing Pa
ducah 1
ducahThe
The thickest Ice of tho season Is I
passing Memphis Yesterday It wu
tleep and thick and today Is became
trsc
I The towboat Little Clyde left to
y for tho Tcnnessee river after
lies
The Chattanooga was dropped ot
tho I marine ways at noon and the
towboat Cumberland Is being pulet
out for repairs
Owing to tho rapidly rising river
ho r wharfboat was moved up at foot
today The Cowling Is making her tripe
oday
I ayThe
The greatest variety of type
triter papers from onion skin to
eevy ledgers and In sizes from hall
Iller to legal at Tho Sun office
RUBBER Sl l k f S
All kinds of Rubber
Stamps made to order
Including fACSIMILE OF TWt
SICUIUIE Seals brats
stencils sanitary milk
checks linen markers
datcrs Cumbers etc
eMsll Orders rjlfll huh
lllenlicD
DIAMOND STAMP WORKS
111 l nut SL mm 368
te s1 How to Secure
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A Pair J of Ladies Shoes
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I Welntnd i opening an uptodate ladles misses and chil
drens shoo department in tho early spring tho data of which
will bo published later It Is our desire to have three names
submlttcdgby > I tho ladles to bo used as a special brand for three
dlfforenl prjce shoes GOO 400 and 350 quality Tho first
nnme sple Uil by the committee will receive a pair of our
1500 SPOOlS thu second name selected will1 receive a pair of our
f 400 shoes the third name selected will receive a pair of our u
350 shops No uamo will be accepted already In lisa or regis
tered a
A1oIllO I tank of wblch wo will stand with tbo Wellle guar
anltjuot tu yPtlopeudablo quality Many manufacturers
nniiioJtliQlr products and guarantee all goods sold un
der Hlo name but wo are closer at hand than tho manufacturer
and natata i tit 1s abeoluloty certain
K 1 R
Therefore we Invltn every Jaijy to enter this contest end
send In your guesses tcmsmuer there are to be three names
Tho VaVcrnstngNiiUhngcr of Tho Bun and W < > llleB will d cldo
the contest which closes on Thursday February 7
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Those who have troubles of any kin 1s I ith
their gas stoves or appliances or j
J f electrical f devices willi i
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Confer a Favor on the Company
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bytcalling on their t I demonstrator
Miss Parten tt
At 406 Broadwayr
The Paducah Light Power Coer r
IrpoI
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Iw I President
TAYLOR COAL
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CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
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THIrd and BroadwayI I
Slate Depoallary
Capital llOOOOu
Surplus > 11 50000
Stockholders lUblllty k 100000
Total security to depositorsr b COOOn e
INTERES f PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 4
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS FROM 7 TO 8 OCLOCK
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REMOVAL II NOTICE
Having bought the electric Block and fixtures of tho Foreman Droa
Electric Co wq have moved our entire etock of Bicycles Motor
cycles and electrical Roods to tho above companys old stand nt
12JI ImO flVs where wo will carry a complete line of Illcyclcs 1
Motorcycles and CJasolIne Engines Chandeliers and electrical good t
and supplies Our entire second floor will bo used as our repair
shop We solicit a liberal abaro of your patronage which will re
ceive our prompt attention
MITCHELL 4 WARDEN
123 Brood af f
Old Phone oNlDw Phone 421u
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i The best coal in the city and abundance of it Plenty of teams to haul it No coal famine with us Give us your orde V and i i you will not be disappointed I 1
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