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Wean tfweep
lj5c ircoms
DurluK our CleanSweep Bale tic aro
Roliitf to sell tho bent quality five
i > rings full weight hnmm worth
and Mild regularly nt Icor 21c
With every dollar pnrclinHO or over
you nro entitled to buy ono broom
Tlirao will bo sold for cash only
They will ho sold nil day and pur
cliatieH In any linn of the house will
entitle you to buy n broom t t t
ft 9udqs
Dr Gilbert Osteopath 02 <
IJrpadwny Phone 196
Rubber stamp seals braSIl
itchclls etc at The Sun office
Llnon markers for salo at thll
= Free city and farm real ntat
prlco list Whltloinore Fraternlt
building Phono 83S
For Rheumatism take Hayi
Specific Sign writing G II Bvxtoi
Phone 401
For malaria and chilli take
Maya Specfilc
If you appreciate good coB >
visit Buchanans restaurant 219 In
tucky avenue Open day and night
Flower Seeds that will grow
enough to supply all Paducah no
on nalu Brunsoni B29 Broadway
For Stomach Trouble IndlKe
tlon PTlPlplln tako lays Bpcclll
AI wo hive no rush Jobs on haod
at present we ate now moro ably pre
pared to Rlvo you fine workhanahl
on carriage and automobile palntlni
also l carriage paving and rubbe
tires Sxton Sgn Work hint
phone 401
Soot Destroyer destroy all dirt
and soot In your chimneys For 1410 <
by all grocer
The Egyptian garage automo
blltt Metropolis meet an train an
boat Pntc 25 cent sawn ax hack
Phone 17
For Returns or Impuro blood
lake flays Specific
Taxicabs for hire One or
two pcoplo SOc nny part of city
Day or night Both phone 845
For Constipation or Torpid LI
tr take Hay Specific
For dry oak tovo wood heat
Ing wood and kindling i > hone 2T3
Johnston Fuel Co only big wood
yard n city Johnitcw Fuel Co
JUlt received car Anlhracln
wal Both phones 70 Barry k
Tho greatest variety of type
writer paper from onion skin to
heavy ledgers and In 1108 from hair
letter to Iceal at The Sun office
Soot Destroyer destroys all din
and soot In your chimney For lalo <
by all grocers
Soot Destroyer destroys all din
and BOot In your chimney For ash <
by nil grocer
Telephone Tho Sun office for
samples and price of all kinds ol
typewriter papers
AP > the elcctrte light In tho cltj
went out last night a fOw minute
bitone niidnlRht when thoro wa a i
To Members 1I 1I 1 I I
Mrs Johnsons I
Cooking Class j
Wo wish to Inform members
of Mrs Johmwni olasees thlllI I
wo rarrv In stock at all limes
a complete stock of many ofI I
Iho special Ingredients anJ
mixing appliances which sho I
usos and rocommends Such
for Urstaneo as
Half pints pints quarts
half gallon
For mixing and smoothing
cako Icing
All colors
Gilberts Drug
Fourth and Broadway
Both Phones 77
slight derangement at tho powc
houeo of the Paducah light and Poi
or company The lOwer was off tor
35 minutes until the repairs could
bo made
Mrs Bello Hurt fell at bCT
home 224 Jackson street and tract
ured her right wrist
Mr ondI18 E B Blmmoni
aro tbo parents of a flno girl baby
born last night At present Mr ani
Mrs Simmon aro Ulllttg relative
in Little Oyprcw
rNBws rt COURTS j
Ihsil Illwl
B T Thunrran and llnerva Tim
man to David Browning and 111Ut1
Browning property at Soventoentl
and Washington trcct 1700
Tho Moberly heirs to Arthur Sills
property In Hays addition 1 an <
other ccnvldoraUon
Court of AppcnlN
Frankfort Ky Feb 18Smed
Icy v 11 Commonwealth McCrackcn
appellants motion for ten days ex
tension of tlmo to file brief BUS
Commonwealth vs f C R R Co
Ballard same vs same Craves
agreement tiled and cases continues
and oral argument granted
I land
In clTiilt Omrt
Tho suit fit Frank Bond G F
I Moore and Alfred Collier against th <
Realty Development company wer
on trial In circuit court this after
noon Tho plaintiffs filed cult tc
ovoid paying art nsscnnncnt for ben >
cflts alleged their property would
receive by n drainage of Bllxzart
pond The three milts wero contoll
dated Tho drainage of Blizzard
pond and the redemption of man
hundred of acres of land has beer in 1
the courts for several months Ir
I the county court tho decision was It
favor of tho company
I In the milt of ho J M I Gate Mil
Manufacturing company a verdict for
322 for the defendant was returnee
by tho Jury The wilt grow out of a s
purchase of rome machinery The
plaintiff filed a motion with razor
for a new trial
A verdict for tho plaintiff for 52
CO was returned 1 In tho suit of C B
Whecock k company against C C
A motion1 with reasons for new
trial were filed In the wits of K D
Sucll against C K Iximoml and J
E Johnron HBMiwt E Thompson k
A deed was granted to Sam Nloci
for property located touUr of thi
Nashville Chattanooga St foul
railroad The property sold by Cecl
Reed matter commissioner and the
I highest bid was nil
The attachment was dissolved In
taw consolidated cares of Friedman
Keller k company against Rogei
Furey and the Paducah Brewers con
pany ngalnut Roger Vunfy It de
veloped that some boats and property
that had been attached as bolongini
to Furoy were tho property of Mrs
Kathorino Gallagher
Dudley Ovorstreet colored 44
laborer of Paducah and Julia Haktt
colored 36 of Paducah
The docket for tomorrow will bo
Mrs I Douglas Hughe against thv
Pullman company
PALMRR J H Crmsrni Narfi
vlllo W S Mills Nashville Louis
Lovy Now York IBen May Clncln
nati H iM I Harris Manfleld R C
Nall Chicago A A WUton Benton
H M Colo Benton
Isvillo E At Howland Cincinnati
I F Mywns Brookport John A
Davis St Louis Donald Reed Nash
ville H A Pello Louisville H L
Hammond Marlon
NEW RiICllMOND John Ohap
man Brookport Charles Schroat
Murray lon Bennett Metropolis R
G A Rudd Snvlthland W H Far
ham Ky
Try tktf A for Job Work
ClilldrrnH Hour
Tho regular childrens hour will bo I
held tomorrow at 1030 a m at tho
library and the program will be a >
pronriate to Washingtons blrthda
Tho childrens hour has proved nt
tractive and no doubt n large and
onco of young America will bo I
present Miss Jessie Hopkins wi II
tell the story of the famous hntche
and Miss Vera Johnston tho awls
ant librarian will tell a story of e
George Washingtons life
Knlosophlc Club This Morning
Tho Kalasophlc club met in ret
tar session this morning at 10 > ocloc
at the Woman club building i
The program was cleverly prcacnl I t
ed as follows
Anne of Austria as Regent
Miss Anna Mao Yeller
Mararlrr and Colbert Mrs All
son TylerCharacter
Character Sketch of Louis XIV
Mrs David Koger
Current Events Miss Eloleo Brat
At the business session of the club
Mrs James Campbell Jr was elect
edi to the place of Miss Car lino S0
well resigned It was voted to elect
1Ji1 Belle Cave a former member
who will return to Paducah to llvt
In Juno to the vacancy mused by the
I resignation of Miss Helen Hills
I Thursday Afternoon Card Party
ladles afternoon was observed yes
tcrday at the Elks club house by the
usual Informal and delightful altd
party Mrs Harry Singleton wm thi
prlto for tho highest game core
Light refreshment were served
Art Department Meet Saturday
The Art department of the Worn
ana club will meet Sn regular fort
nightly fctBlon tomorrow morning at
10 oclock at the club house Rem
brandt Ruysdacl CUp and Hob
lemma are the artists of Holland for
dlscutulon Miss J < nnlo Qllson wil
preside owing to tho illncta of the
chairman Sire Vorls
Notable Foreigner to Visit Padurah
Tho Womans Foreign Missionary
society and the Junior Warden Mis
sionary society of the nrood way
Methodist church are planning tc
bring the notable Korean T 11 Yur
to this city to speak at tho Broad
way Methodist church Mr Yun Is 1
now in this country and has mado t i
wonderful Impression at the Lay
mens Missionary conference that he
has addressed Ho Is the central
figure In Korea today and his life
Is a veritable romance of missions
Yun Is n member of the royal fam
ily of Korea that was deposed same
years ago and was forced to flee
tho country when Yun was a lad
His family went back Into power with
tho now Korea Ho was educated
In this country at Oxford Gaf and
at Vanderbilt University and be
came a member of tho M EK church
south On his return to Korea ho
was offered n position In the Kore
an cabinet and accepted that of sec
retory of Education as being the ono
that would best enable him to aid
and is a power in Christianity In tho
Ian Education In his country He
la n man of remarkable personality
and is a power In Chrlsaltnlty In tho
Orient today It will be a notable
occasion If ho can como to Paducah
Dr and Mrs H C Winters of Cal
lowny county are visiting Dr and
Mrs J 8 Troutman 112 Farley
Mr Stoke Payne and daughter
Miss Minnie Payno returned to their
homo 4 11 La Center this morning after
II s visit to Mr and Mrs Joe A Miller
4 1C South Sixth street
118I II Stewart returned this
morning from St mauls
Mlsn Nell Shaw 20O Fountain ave
tee returned this morning from n
three weeks visit to friends In Hop
klnsvlllo Miss Bculah La Voau of North
Fourth street Is qulto 111 of lagrlppe
Mr William Baker of Brookport
Is In the city today
Former Deputy Sheriff Gus Rogers
returned to Eddyvlllo today after at
tending circuit court
Mrs Lula White Is visiting nt
nard well
BnrdwcllMiss Lillian Castlomnn returned
to her homo In Hopklnsvlllo this
morning after a visit to Mrs L B
Rngnn of Trlmblo street
Miss Jane Stevenson Is visiting
her brother Lieutenant Charles L
Stevenson at Fort Sheridan 111 Be
fore returning sho will visit Mlsa
Nanco Logan In Chicago
Mr W M I Martin of Greenville
Is visiting his brother City Attorney
L Y Martin
Mr A A Nelson of Renton ar
rived In tho city last night
Mr George Pcttlt of Princeton
was In tho city today
Mr B B Keys of Murray arrived
In the city last night
Miss Eulfl Cobb has returned after
spending several weeks II tho St
Umls and Cincinnati millinery mar
t 0
Mrs Frank Hill S 4 North Sixth
trees was called to Jackson Tenn
this morning by the Illness of bet
islet Miss Ruth Sli el bourne who Le
a student at tho Union university
Tho cause of her Illness was not
learned but Mrs Hill left home
dlntely for Jackwon to attend her bed
Ian Miss Shelbourne resides In pa
ducah with her sUten
fjo nllimtl > ii of Scientific Service
With Kngfnecr C lllllt In Deep
Washington Feb 18 Speaklni
In the senate in support of his
amendment to the river and harbor
bill providing for the cooperation or
the scientific cervices of the countr
with tho engineer corps of the arm
In framing plans for the full develop
mont and use of the Inland water
ways Senator Nowlande said that It 1
was most desirable that not cnlyi thi
states but municipalities and corpo
rations should cooperate with the <
national government In the matter
In the complicated nature of our gob
emmont national and state tho dl
vision of Jurisdiction and power maki
It necessary he said that national
and state sovereignties should co
operate In great constructive work
Tho power of the national govern
ment and Its rights regarding the
rivers of mho country arose ho said
out of its sovereign power over navi
gallon as a part of interstate and
foreign commerce and out of Its pro
prietary right over the public domain
and 4t could only do such work ns
was necessary or incidental to UK
exerotec of this power and this tight
Tho coopcratlon of the states
municipalities corporations and Ind
vlduals Is necessary to the full de
velopment of the rivers said air
Ncwlandtf but tho plans could be
unionized whilst the work was eegrc
gated and It Is of the highest Import
Moo that tho law should provide for
the executive department the ma
chlnery through which to bring about
such cooperatlco
We would ho said thus end
ho Urcloss discussion as to tho wary
Ing Jurisdictions of the states and th <
nation and would unite all each act
rag within Its Jurisdiction and power
In great constructive work for the
common good
Wachlngton Feb ISThe Invest
Ration of the New York Cotton Ex
change method Incident to the fire
weed legislation to abolish traneac
ions in futures was concluded today
tefore the houee committee on agnl
ulture Former President Hubbard
and L MandeiVaum cf tho exchange
rero the witnesses
Ijiunb and the Wool
You have all heard of the re
lorts of a cotton duck trust ex
lalmed Mr Mandelbaum Do you
mown that during tho last five yean
hrce attempts have been mado tc
omblne ai the southern milk and
oday this very thing Is going on
which If successful would leave the
iroduccra at tho mercy of the spin
icrMr Mandelbaum said Reprcsonta
thou Burleson had referred to the
hodglng on change in such a way
as to show that he either did not tin
Icretand the question or did not want
to understand It Ho said the ex
chang biulneta was a legal one tha
md stood the fire of the supreme
x > urt that the Burlcson bill before
tho committee contemplated no dlf
oronce In how much a man > uye Et
long as ho sold nothing and the
Scott bill he described as merely a
Ittlo better and broader
Tho Evening Sunl0c a Week
Spring Styles
Be on Display
Feb 19
ij Hut you will not make ono It t
1ou en o locks Shoo Store t
ijj And get a pair of Shoes or t
1 Rubbers to protect you from t
J this snow and cold t
c i neat value and your patron tl
k J ago will ho appreciated tl
2 Wo Fit tho Feet I
I j Geo Rock Shoe Go tl f
1 f1i Y eIY M p 1I 1 I
lUaitTiu OK Mil WILL1W
Mr Flsko Receives Word That JlIII
Fattier Ls IHad In Bangor
WUa Annie Campbell 34 years old
daughter of Mr William Cnmpbel
living at the comer of Meyers and
Mill streets In Median Icsburg died
at 10 oclock this morning after 0
long Illness of cancer Her deal
came middcnly and unexpectedly
Mls Campbell was born and reare
In this city She was a member or
tho First Presbyterian church lIod
leaves a host of friends in this city
She leaves her father ono sister Mrs
Frank Meyers of Nashville and one <
brother Mr Will Campbell of this
city Mrs V O Sweatman of Mad
son street is ar > aunt No arrange
ments have been made so far today
for the funeral It will probably hi <
conducted Sunday afternoon at the
home with burial at Oak Grove ceme
Mm Winnie lloyd
Mrs Winnie Boyd 34 years old
died at 10 15 oclock last night at
her homo 11126 Tennessee street
after a three months Illness of nn
abscess She came here from the
homo of her birth Springfield Tern
about eight years ago Her husband
Mr Sam Boyd Is foreman at the
plant of tho Paducah Cooperage com
patsy In lcchnnJ burg Tho bodj
was taken to Springfield Tenn at
220 oclock this afternoon over the I
N C St L railroad where the I
funeral and burial will be held Sun
liuiiernl of W 1 Walters
Tho funeral of Mr William A
Walters was conducted this aftetnoo
at 3 oclock at the residence of bLs
son Mr George Walters 1920 Broad
wet The Rev G T Sullivan pastoi
of the Broadway iMcthodltt church
officiated Burial was at Oak Grovi
U A Flske I Dies
News of the death of his fathci
last Monday was received today by
Mr Charles A Fiske tho well knows
locksmith His father D A Fiske
was 88 pears old and his death was
due to the Infirmities of old age The
funeral and burial took place Tues
say Mr Fiske Is survived by twc
sons Wilbur Flake of Bangor Me
and Charles Flake of Paducah
PassciiRtTH and Cress of IllFat1
Unm Taken Oft
Qiicllon Chile Feb ISTho
Chilean tugboat Plsagua arrlvln
hero reports that the Chilean cruise
MJnletro Zenteno has rescued tho 81
perrons who had been left on the
wreck of the British steamer Lima In
the Huamblln passage Strait or
The cruiser arrived at Huamblli
passage Tuesday morning cod faunal
SG of tho survivors still clinging to <
tho wreck Two others had reaches
shore Those on tho wrecked steamer
were taken off that afternoon In
email boats with the aid of lines at
aching the crulseer to the wreck
The two who had gotten ashore
were picked up later
The Mlnlstro Zenteno Is taking the <
survivors to Ancud
Wright Illothers Contend Tlieli
Patrnls Infrlnge l Upon
New York Fob 18A writ of
temporary injunction against Louis
Paulhan tho French aviator who
has been making numerous flights In
this county was granted by United
States Circuit Court Judge Hand to
day on application of the Wright
company of Dayton 0 which man
ufactures and handles the Inventions
of the Wright brothers Infringe
ments of the Wright patents were al
leged In the nppllcaton for Injunc
tion In granting tho restraining order
Judge Hand said that he did not
consider It necessary to decide the
question whether or not the Wright
brothers wero the first to fly ni
that was not an Issue In tho case
Two miners were returning tram
a lecture at the village Institute
when one of thorn after a thoughtful
pause remarked
Say Bill I dont see the feces
pity of bringing chaps from London
to teach us about manners In thE <
ome we aint so bad as that folio
made out
0 course we aint replied BUI
Not by a long way went on thE
Inn I never swears before m
wfoXo more dont I put In Bill I I
all uS sea ladJos fist Thats mo
EIGHT horso motor lor sale cheap
at The Sun office
FOR RENT House 441 South
Ninth Apply 71C Kentucky ave
ROOMS for rent Apply U18
COTTAGE for rentIi per month
Apply 808 Kentucky avenue
HAIR GOODS Made to orde
Louvenla Miller Old phone 3740
FOR RENT Third floor over
Walkers drug store D A Yeiser
FOR SALE Stove and heath
rood Old Phone 437 <
WANTED To Insure your bout
or household goods Smith Davis
WANTED Plain sewing at 319
Ohioj j
YOU CAN get Watkins remedies d
406 South Fourth Old phone 1590
HAIR WORK Phone 2114 HI
llan noblrwoni i
FOR RENT Store room 408
Broadway Apply to W B McPher
FOR IUTft room house 1221
Trimble street 8 a month A Y 1 j
Laevison Co Phone 146
FOR nEST Twostory 7roo
douse on Clay street Apply 705
Kentucky avenue I
WANTEDTo buy turnlturo and
stoves 0 W Baugh 20S South
Third New phone 901 I
FOR BALDReal cheap buggie
anti wagons Sexton Sign Works
16th and Madison Both work1
CLOTHING cleaned by Dayton t i
Iwnjrs satisfactory Phone 685 Daj
on does the bst dyeing In the tlt1
BLUE GRASJ Now it the time to
mew Get the best at Yoppa seed
Bore I
law machinist Harris Cole
Urea Inc Metropolis 111
WANTED Ten loads of old wail
rotted manure Phone 203 John
ton Fuel Co
THE SERVICES of a reUable fe I
male nurro can be secured by caning
1886 Old phone I
FOUND The cheapest place to
buy furniture Williams 501 SOuth
FOKi SAIE My Maxwell aulami
title in perfect condition W E
Oocbran 325 Broadway
FOR RENT Modem uptodai
sixroom cottage desirable location
Telephone 8C 1
FOR RENT Storo fcous occu
pied by Read Altoway Third stree
D A Yeiser I
PIANO tuning and repairlnc by
xpcrta only All work guaranteed
way OM phone 571a
ewing machines adjusted free of
barge at F N Gardner Jr Co
Either phone 396
WB WASH lace curtains very care
fully Get them cleaner and whiter
than you could at home Star Laun
dry Phone 200
M B ROOF PAI 1Arktlte
Rubber Roofing The kind that
Noah would have used Phone
FOR SALE Cotton seed feed at
lllnols Coal and Feed company 30
a L ton while It lam Sixteenth and
cnneseee 1
FOR TRADE Property near the e
cUy limits for farm land Apply or
write to Jake Blcdcrman or Jas
FOR nE TThe store house cor
ner Ninth and Tennnessee Sts Appl
to Jako Blcdcrman Grocery Co
non Jr blank book manufacturer
Third and Kentucky avenue Old
hono 696
NEEDL13S and repairs for all
makes of sewing machine at F N
Gardner Jr Co 114116 South
Third street
YOUR LACE curtains need c can
ing You will make no mistake It
sending them to tho Star Laundry
Phono 200
FURNISHED rooms with Ore elec
tric lights hot bath and phone 8
10 and 12 per month Mrs Wool
talk 408 Washington street
WANT to do your watch and Jew
elry repairing All work first class
y N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
WANTEDTo furnish your um
brella with a new cover or handle
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
WANTED we put new covers on
umbrellas whole you wait Large
lock of umbrellas EyoSee Jewelry
Co 315 Broadway
WANTED You to get our propo
sition We sell diamonds on cash
myments EyeSeo Jewelry Co 316
MEN WANTED To proinro foi
Railway Mall Examinations Com
mcncement salary JSOO Propara
ion free Franklin Institute Dept
108 L Rochester N Y
S H HOSTCN the tailor Clean
I Ing pressing dyeing and repairing
neatly done Ladles skirts and suit
A specialty 121 South Ninth Old <
I phone 338a
ed repaired or dyed by our process
All dust and spots removed gar
menta delivered In covered wagoi
I and promptly Hart Dalton yho
BRAIDS pompadours
I witches puff made to order with
romblngs or cut hair Addle Core
Old phone 1098 Caldwell St
A Word
About Office
When it is time to buy
your Pencils Rubber
Bands Inks Pns Car
bon or Typewriter papers
Paper Clips or any other
kind of office supplies we
are known as people who
give the lowest prices on
the regular I standard
brands of the trade And
our prices are lower be
cause we put them that
way Of course you may
pay higher prices if you
will but we are going to
tell you about it
313 Broadway
WANTED Four girls for labora
tory work Apply In person Monday
nosing Lax Foe Co
WANTED IOO colored laborers at
once Apply West Kentucky Coal Co
fraternity building
FOR ItENT4 room house South
Fourth IOCS Water inside kitchen
ijunt 1050 per month Ring old
ihcne 11S5
IIOST I Strayed or stolen White
bull dog Ears and tall trimmed
black collar tag No 41 name
I Mack Return to 1216 Madison and
get reward
IFOR I SALE Two Vulcan plows
wo sections Zlg Zag harrow ono gar
Id Ion Cultivator ono twohorse coast
s agon Bargains If sold at once
Johnston Fuel Co Both phones 203
I WANTED District manager to
epreeant fraternal order New health
and accident certificate sells fast
Jood salary to right party National
imerican league 923 Holland IJldg
St Louis Mo
IWE I STARCH laco curtains Just
tho degree of stiffness that make
I them hang nicely and dry them upon
frames tUatmako them square and
stretch them smooth and even Star
Laundry Phone 200
RHODE Island Red eggs for salo
I i250 for fifteen From pen No 1
leaded by Advance Jr sired by Ad
ance 111 first cockerell of James
town exposition 07 first cock Mod
son Squaro Garden 08 My birds
on first and second prises Paducah
air 09 Eggs from pen No 2 130
tor fifteen Placo lOUr order early
C L Faust 1 < 5N > 2 Broadway Padu
cah Ky phone 150 9A
w ATED Moa to learn bart
trade Just opened new branch of
he well known Molcr System ot
Jottegea In Louisville Practical
raining by free clinic and careful
nstructtons Moltr graduates com
rand highest wages Our diplomas
recognized everywhere Shop exper
ence and wages before completing
special offer now Investigate at
lace Catalogue mailed free Motor
Barber College LoulavlKe Ky
sly I Carnations can be had at R W
Walker Cot drug store 35c dozen
or 3 dozen for Jl G 11 NOOfli
Cniil of Thanks
We wish to thank our dear friends
and neighbors for the kindness and
jmipathy hon us during our recent
oreavcment the lllncaa and death cf
our beloved mother
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