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SPRING HATS
r Yes its a little early but we are always a
little ahead of time lYe have now on display
several early arrivals oj Ludlow Hats in the
various shades of gray Come in and look
them over 1
Yours for Three Dollar
DIRECTS WIN
GREAT VICTOR
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IIOUSIISSSII
llUVOIH IHHJSi PASSIM GllkSO
NOMINATION uuLI I
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Without A HtniRglo Then Wen
Tliroiitfli Formality of Concurt t
ring I hi Mnlu I Prlmnry lllil
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APPJJOVIXO TlIK AMliXDMKXT
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Sprlngncld 111 Feb 18Forty I
stx Republicans and fortylhre
Dquioorata pas ud tho Gibson IORIB
tattoo nomination bill over whlct
yesterdays bitter fight was fought
ToiIayH victory for tho directs ot
thH monsure was followed Immedl
ntely by another when tho house
without a struggle wont through the
formality of concurring In tho main
direct plurality primary bill and ap
proving tho senate amendments
All that la left therefore to pul
tho two companion direct plurality
primary bills up to Governor Deneot
for his signature and to mako them
law Is far tho senate to concur Ir
tho houso amendments to tho lib
Bon bill This will be done as tho
nmcndmcnui are ot minor Impor
tance Tho qibron bill was passed by a
vote of SO to 41 and tho main bill
and amendments wero concurred In
by n veto of 94 to 28 tho latter vote
being of llltlo Importance however
ns it was a sort of band wagon
proposition with feeble Interference
Tho roll call by which tho Gibson
bill was passed was as follows
Yeas
Republican Abbey Apmndog
Harden flack Brady Durgctt
Butts Campbell DurfeerFlngg Ful
ton Grace Gray Hagan Hamilton
Have You Got the
Grip
try a 25c Box of
Ulsts I
i La Grippe Capsules I I
and be cured j
ji i
Guaranteed by
LIST DRUG CO
Phones 108 1
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Aa
1 G rr 4 I
LAST y cALL
ITo
To Buy a Suit or Overcoat atI
nh I
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Record Breaking Prices I
Blank cartridges make a big noise but they dont hit anything Same
wIth some storestbey fire loud I advertising but when you go after the 1
alleged values all you get is a smellof smoke Its M different here you thei i
the values are here when we say to youI I
i CHOICE
of Oiir Entire StocK of Mens Suits and Overcoats j
t r H I c 1 5c 7 5 4 i 1
r fa t
a j s 1
a r i f
r e r
Suits and Overcoats that sold
up to 22 50 now
1285
See Window Display
Cut Prices are
Strictly Cash
loladay Hollanbcck Hull llutzl
lowell Heck HcrrJck King 1 Kir
iorrtck Iggctt Lyon McLean AU
leI Montellua Perkins 1crvli
Richter Ralgncy Robinson Scanlo
Shepard F W Stevenson Tcrrl
iVolborn Wilson a H Wilson 1 11 1
W Wright YorkfG
Democrats Alschulor Deckemc
or Ulalr Bolln BrUcoe Burns Cer
mack Cark Dalcr Dillon Englls
H horton Fahr Klnley Forst Gall
g un Gorman Groves J Grove
lueton Link Luke McConnel Me
lulrc McLaughlin Morris Wllllai
lurphy Myers Naylor Obrien
tToolc Ioulton Richardson Kile
icott Sheperd 11 A Staymateft Su
Ivan Tippett Walsh Whcclan 10 1
J r WlsonfaTotal 89
Nuys
Republicans Adklns Beck 110h
ens lluich Carter Chlpperflel
Irawford Currant Erby Krlckso
lannlgan Glllespfo Glado Hope
Ireland Klcoman Lane Marcy Mc
Ilcholn Parker Plerson Prlc
ihanatmn Smejkal SolUtt Tryc
anger Zlpf Shurtlotr 29
DamocraU Abrahams Alllso
frowns Uewolf Espy Foster Gesl
koch IrlfTcn McCullom Hurra
Verdell n Wllnon lJ Total 41
Absent or not voting Republican
Urownbnck Cllffo Dudgeon Field
tack Ivlttlcman Lederer Logan
IcMnckln Nelson Reynolds Schi
metier Stenrns13
Jemocratl Corcoran Danahu
Illton Caunlly Lents Murphy E 1
I r Shaw blt08 Total 21
ifencfn Klntrit
cloy Deneen who tins been up
early and Into during the past fo
days was especially elated over the
assago of the bills To have Illn
eadlnesa In case of an opportunlt
Irowno called up sonata bill No U
tbo direct plurality primary bill
lowed by tho senate and which In
lulled tho blanket ballot This
bill was previously Ignored by tbo
muse committee
It was today advanced M > second
rending without reference after
Ittlo struggle
Both tho house and sonata wll1 1
onveno next Wednesday when the
deep waterway legislation will be
nkcn up by tho house Senator LorI
Coole to be
nor and Lyman I 12 Cooley aro
hero to elucidate their water way
Ideas A conference committee will
bo named by both tho house and sea
to next week to consider the con
mission form of municipal govern
rent legislation The houso hnl
scored tho bills affecting cities wit
election commissioners 01
cards of
irhlch Cairo Is one Represontatlv
lannlgnn sought to get tho ele
lone committee together yesterday
bllt tho members wanted to sei
home Ho has pro 1sell a ineetln
ror next Wednesday but friends 0
the legislation fear tho session wi
lose abruptly and leavo their legit
anon In tho hole
Long Fight I Knds
Springfield Feb ISTho Ion I
ght of the special session of th
legislature over primary leglslatlo
ndcd in tho house today with
weeping vlttory for direct plurallt
rlirmrjes Forty six Republicans and forty
three rihmocrftts passed the Qlbso
18118 t omlnatl9U bill oft
c 0
whIch yesterdays bitter fight was d
fought There wore 41 negative 3
concurred In I
votes Tho houso then
tho main direct plurality prlmar
bill and tho senate amendments by r
a vote of 94 to 28 All that is len I
jcforo submitting the two compan c
Ion direct plurality primary bills ti
the governor for his signature Is tor
concur in tho minor t
the senato tp concur
house amendments to tho Gibso c
bill The governor Is elated over the
assago of both bills
Malaria Makes fate Blood I
The Old Standard GROVES TASTE
LiESS 9HTLL TONIC drives out malarIa
aria and builds up tnd system 1001 I
l 0c 1
grown people and children 1I I
BASKETBALL
I
I I A ns Ail J moil SCHOO
VILL PLAY
Light and fewer Team and Hike
Will Slake the Second Match
dime
Two fast games will be plnyed to
light In the city basketball league
le first contest will be between the
llgh echool and the D A D teams
They arc well matched and a fart and
leanly played game Is expected1 The
ocond game will be called between
ho Light and Power quintet and the
Elks team Both are well matched
md ft will bo difficult to pick the
winner Despite 1ho fact that the
iv + sather is cold A largo crowd Is ex
petted because of tho good game
ijcpected 1 from tho teams Play 1jll
ho rolled at S oclock and Will Lydoi
and Harry Kollesi will 1x the officials
nJCJrtLlII llncrs
Tho BlueRraw league Is after 1n
neon material for the 1910 sends
and several contract hnVo been ills
ributcd among tho Amateur player
Eddie Brahic has signed up with tho
llchmond team as backstop whll
VaJter JluTton and Carlton Council
axs received contracts to sign up
with tho same nine Both were mere
beis of tho Wtllea during tho pat t
6 MuOn and made good records on tho
I Crisp l
I Fluffy Bits 1
i OF FOOD
With a fascinating toastlo
flavoitr
l > > 0 >
PostToaies
Toasties
1 The Memory Lingers
Pkg 10c and 15c
Ask riroccr
Suits and Overcoats that t sold
up to 1800 now
1 975
1
8 eib BROADWAY
ESTABLISHED 1868
tacorporstea
amond Burton plays the outfield
1nd 1
ig brilliant bait in the out gardens
Council was one of the best twirl on
laying in the city teams Jaet season
lo has n strong whip and speeds the
unes ovvr the pltCn good style
Wther Burton nor Council have
Igacd thtr contracts oct for the
ryout but are waiting to tee If the
Id Kitty leaguo will be reorganized
IAROLK ACT INVALID
lensland and Others May Go IJack
to Prison
Sprlngneld III Feb 18In n
eclslon handed down today tho Il
linois supremo court held that the <
tate parole act ot 1899 4s Invalid
1
The decision in substance mean
hat the board ot pardons is stripped
Dr Its most Important powers That
dons serving Indeterminate term
In state penal institutions for for
crime of manslaughter which was
icluded In tho application of the I
nct ot 1899 aro servIng senteno
under a law that docs not exist
That defendants tried convicted
anll sentenced under tho parole act
ot 1899 now In prison may be taker
back to their respective trial court
and reinstated
Tho following exconvicts paroled
rom Joliet penitentiary under the
Inw ot 1899 taco the baro posalblllt
d being returned to prison
John A Cook former circuIt
ourt clerk Chicago
Paul 0 Stensland former presi
dent of the Milwaukee Avenuo state
bank
ankHenry W Hcrng former cashier
or tho Milwaukee Avenue State
bank
Ilvclyn I Romadka connected wJtl
i prominent Milwaukee family con
Icted of burglary
Tho opinion was rendered in II i
aso involving Joseph A Joyce sent
to the Joliet prison from the crIminal
ourt of Cook county subsequent
paroled and returned later to that t
nstltutlon for nn alleged violation
ot tho parole law Joyce sough
reedom on n Writ of error after n
inbcas corpus proceeding had railed
if result and tho supremo court
mflfdlrected that in view of the un
onstltutlonnllty of tho parole cocas
ire ho must bo taken back to the
rihl l court and resentenced
The parolo system In Illinois how
ever is not otherwise affected Uto
court holding that tho parole law or
IS9G as amended l > y net of 1897 Is 1
itlll In full force arid effect
ISUII
WAK PIMCK FOtt HOGS
OtOOIl l lfixf in Chicago Kml XO t
In Sight
Chicago Feb lSIJho hogs al
ho stock yards touched a price un
quailed since 1S70 selling at 94 +
Do hundredweight Continued Ugh
ecolptg tor several months at th
acWns centers and reports of i C i
oarclty of hoes on tho farms caller
rut prophecies that the 10 nuirl
vouched in 1870 may soon bo reached
ltiW the record hog I price for Ci
I rears was 935 made in 1882
War tme prices for hogs In 1SG1
were 13 25
Bet ahead in thi
A nun cant gci
J worM ulitcss hes torm wltti I ones
w C
r r
Suits and Overcoatsthat sold
up to 1250 1 now
685
L 1 I
See Window Display
t
10 No sale Goods Jent
on Approval
JSSODRI AFTER
THE BEEF tRUST I
4YIWSS1S IKtrKUK COMPET
Tiox HAs FIXED VIUCES
cneml IXnlnl Made That Irlccs
Were FlxiHl nt Meetings of iteprc
scntntlvcH of Companies
HE HHAniXO AT C7IIOAG
Jefferson City Mo Feb 18l
impctltloa rather than a combing
lion or an agreement among tho
ackers fixed the prices of meats at <
cording to the testimony of the paCk
Ing officials In the Investigation of the
methods of tho olno companies doIng
business in Missouri
A general denial that prc swcro
xed at meetings of the reiwesenti
yes of the companies was made b
C W Armour C H Hodge of Kai
ll8 City president and assistant t
he iprcsIdent rcsp Hvcly t < > t tho Ai
Valuableo
Laxative
laxativeFrei
Free
Next to food itself there is nothing
of greater importance to tile human
Astern than to make that food do itl
duty Dy duty U I meant to furnish hcoltl
trcngth and rich blood to the body
It is neceury flnt of all to chew too
lorouyhljr Next the stomach mutt be
In condition to digest It and the bOwel
to churn It ready for removal And
rllht hero so many find their greatei
tlQuble The fermenting undlkeitc
tood start la the stomach and boweli
npblrlne the nerves and blood gtrln
tle to allow complexiOn be3dach our
Bmacn bad breath and often sorto
nictlons like skin diseases
I All this Is duo to Impaired dIgestIon
and to a refusal of the bowels to do
their workTh beet way yet found to t
trenRthen the stomach and tone the
owels so that they win da their worle
I is by the uso of such a grand laxatlv
tonic as Dr caldwell Syrup Pepsin now
tor nearly a quarter of a century the
remedy
one roost important household
It is a remedy and sure relief that all
the family can use for the cure of con
Upsilon indigestion liver troublo and
all other aliments of the stomach live
and boWels +
Thousands of American families use 1 tt
cgularly for these troubles for It CAli
be Riven with safety to the umallei
had In the home of Mary Dolfort
Louisville Ky as well as that of John
rmlth Moorheod 1they would a
oon think of being without the actui
In I ecesslties as without Dr Caldwell
syrup Pepsin But realizing how skeptl
cal many people are about A laxauvi
I wing to the difficulty ot finding or
thM is genuinely good Dr Caldwell wl
Bend a free sample of Ms remedy t
prone desiring It lie will cheerfully d
I thiS sd do not hesitate to make till
request The remedy can be bought 0
cents and on
l ny druggist at only fifty cents and 01
altar n bottle the largo bottle being fc
imiljr use
1 Dr Caldwell personally will be please
I fo give you any medical advice you ma
desire for yourself or family pertaining te
the stomach liver or bowels absolute
rree of charge Explain your case In 1 i
letter and he will reply to you In detail
I For the free sample simply Bend you
ime and address on a postal card 01
Lherwlse For either request the doctor
addretBlDr W IV Caldwell ItCUl Cold
well building Montlcello m
r
SPRING SHIRTS
Incur Third street window we are showing
some oj the new E Fro W Spring Shifts They
come in white grounds with neat figures and
stripes inminiatttreplaits a plait effect while
really a negligee shirt Notice the Prfctl
150 200I 2t50t
l
d
A
hour Packing company and G T
Swift ot Chtaigoj fa thargb of lho
rag packing department of Swlit
ompany
ompanyCITY ORDINANCE
iN ORDIXAXCB REPEALING AJ
ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN OR
DINANCE FIXING THE PLACE
FOR THE MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF COUNCILME
BOARD OF ALDERiiBN AN1
THE GENERAL COUNCIL Ol
THEC1TY OF PADUOAIl IX
JOINT SESSION ADOPTED BI
THE BOARD OF ALDERME
APEHL 2S 190 > 2 ADOPTED B5
THE BOARD OF COUNCIUMEC I
APRIL 28 1902 APPROVED DiD
I
D A YEISER MAYOR APRI1
2 s 190i2 AND FIXING THE
PLACE OF MEETING OF TIlE
BOARD OF ALDERMEN THE
BOARD OF COUNCILMEN AND
THE GEuVERAL COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF PADUCAH IX
JOINT SESSION
Do It ordafcved by the Gener
Jouucll uckySection ot tho City ot Paducah KcnI
Section 1 That an ordinance en
Itled An ordinance fixing the place
for the meeting of tho Board of Coal
hymen Board of Aldermen and the
lonoral Council of tho City of Padu
rah in Joint session adopted by tho
Hoard of Aldermen April 28 1902
adopted by the Board of Councilmen
April 2S 1902 and jpprove < I by t
At Yolser mayor April 28 1902 k
md tho same Is hereby repealed
Bee 2 That from and after tllo
wEsage approval and publication ot
I his ordinance the Board of Council
Paducah eha
men of tho City of
neat In tho room on tho third floor
n the City Hall ot tho City of PadU
ah set apart for and known as tho
Council Chamber and tho Boar
d Aldermen of the City of Paduca
hall meet in the room on the third
fioor in the City Hall of tho City It
tiducah pot apart and known as tbe
i Aldermen Chamber and mid twO
rooms are hereby designated and
lfixed as the place ot meeting and tho
ransactlon of business of tho respe <
lye Boards
Sec 3 When the General Council
consisting ot the Boards of Aldermen
and Councilmen are in joint eossloi
Council 1 Is I
or when raid General Council
icotlng as a committee of the whole
I amo shall be held In the council
chamber Soc 4 This ordinance shall talc
erred from and after Its puro jgo np
roval and publication
Approved
A M FORl fAN
President Board of Councllmen
Attest
atAURICB MLNTYRE
MLNTYRECity
0 Kt E LACKEY
Chairman Enrollment Committee
I February 16 1910
r Approved
ED D HANNAN
President Board of Aldermen
Approved
JAMES P SMITH Mayor
February 18 1910
Tho office occasionally gets let
Men K starts to eeek the man
r fir r
CITY ORDINANCE
iN ORDINANCE PROVIDING For
THE CONSTRUCTION OF FAX
ON AVENUE BY GRADING AND
GRAVELING FROM A POINT
WHERE SAME INTERSECTS
THIRTEENTH STREET TO A
POINT WHERE SAME INTER
SECTS FOURTEENTH STREET
IN THE CITY OF PADUCAH
KENTUCKY
IE IT ORDAINED BY THE GEN
ERAL COUNCIL OF TI1I7 CITY
OF PADUCAH KENTUCKY
Sec 1 That Faxon Avenue Iron
il point where same intersects Thir
teenth Street to a point when
samo insects Fourteenth street
In the city of Paducah Ken
tucky bo and the some III
tereby ordered to bo originally constructed
tructed of good cement gravel suit
able In all respects for such orIginal
construction all to be done In strIct
icordanco with tin plans grades
specifications widths and profiles 01
th City Engineer made and provided
by him for such purpose all ot
which aro adopted as a part ot this
ordinance as fully as If embraced
ticrcln or attached hereto and made
i part hereof and aro marked A
for moro specific identification
Sec 2 That said work shall be
constructed under the direction ot
iho Board of Public Works and the
supervision of tho City Engineer and
ihall bo commenced at a time dcste
dated by contract for the perform
ance of said work and completed on
ir before eight 8 months after the
tasaago approval and publication of
his ordinance
Sec 3 The xx > st of such construe
Ion ot said street shall bo paid for
wholly by tho property owners abutt
Ingar fronting thereon on both sides
hereof to be apportioned to and as
sessed against the property and
property owners abutting thereon on
both sides thereof according to the
number ot front feet abutting there
on except tho City ot Paducah shall
pay tho entire cost of all Intersec
ions ot streets and public alleys if
any such there boo
S c 4 The contractor awarded
ho contract for the work heroin pro
vided for shall bo paid only upon es
Imatea furnished by the City Engl
ieor and npproved by the Board ot
Public Works in accordanco with tho
erma of the contract made by tho
ontractor awarded said contract
md the City ot Paducah for said
work and in no other way
Sec 6 This ordinance shall tako
effect from and after Its passage ap
proval and publication
Approved A M FOREMAN
President Board of Councilman
Vttest MAURICE MINTYR
Feb 1C 1910 City < erlc
O K E LACKEY
Chairman Enrollment Committee
Vpproved ED D I1A NAN
President Board of Aldermen
ipproved JAMES P SMITH
Feb IS 1910 Mayor
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