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PAc iE ilt i 1 i THE PABUCAH EVEfliNGf SUM ltllh ll i tltnltattr J i
No woman who tears children need softer daring the period
of waiting nor at tho time of babys coming If mothers
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Elys Cream Balm
It qulckl absorbed
Che > Rtfiel al Once
It cleanse soothes
heals and protects
the diseased mem
brane resulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in the
stores head qui the ckly Senses ita of HAY FEVER
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ment which strengthens tho ligaments lubricates and renders pliant those
muscles on which tho strain Is greatest prevents caking of the breasts by keep
Ing the ducts open and relieves nausea backache numbness nervousness etc
Its regular use will prepare every portion of the system for tho safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduce tho pain and danger when the little one
comes Mothers Friend Is sold at drug stores Write for our free book which
contains valuable information for expectant mothers
Ho Will Probably Go to Louisville
Soon Aflcr l hTLoo for
Ilk Old Charge
Indianapolis Feb ISThe night
Rev Bishop Denis ODonaghue aux
iliary bishop of Indianapolis who
according to recent press dispatches
from the Vatican at Rome has been
transferred from Indianapolis to
Louisville Ky has received official
notification of the change from Arch
bishop Fatconio at Washington DI I
Archbishop Palconlo is apostolic
delegate to the United States from I
tho Vatican at Rome His communi I
cation merely stated that the change I
bad been made Bishop ODooaghue I
said that he wilt probably go to Louie
vllle coon after Easter
When Father ODonaghue as heI I
is affectionately called here in spite
of his higher actual Utle was seen
Do you feel out of sortsls your
tongue coated and your breath bad
do you feel nervous and chilly like
you have malaria If you do your I
liver Is out of order syour bowels
and kidneys are not Relieving the
system of its poison What you oelSI
Is an effective laxative One that
will do the work of calomel but
leave none of calomels bad after
effects Take Dr Edwards Olive
Tablets one laxatlve tablet that
does not contain calomel yet does
calomels work These little olive
oil and vegetable tablets are perfect f
ly harmless and pleasant to take
They increase and thin the bile over i
coma constipation and rid the sys
tem of its poison Should you eat
too much at a banquet or a late I
night meal which always makes you I
feel stuffy and dull Just try one or
two Olive Tablets before you retire
and see how fine you feel next mornI I
lag They will do the work if you I
only let them At all druggists in 1
neat lOc and 25c packages The I
Olive Tablet Co Portsmouth O <
A Reliable PATAaau
ths evening he spoke In something
like the tame lines which ho used
when ho was first told of the trans
fer several days ago Ho reiterated
his regret at the change but of
course saM nothing further than to
utter his natural thoughts in connec
tion with his long and pleasant asso
elation here
Of course I am sorry to leave
he said but I am told that Louis
ville Is a pleasant place
Ho would make no comment on
tho confirmation of his appointment
further than to say that the news
had been officially received from
Washington and that there can now
be no gainsaying the fact
Persons who aro suffering from
blackheads pimples dandruff ecze
ma tetter ringworm or any form
jf skin disease often ask the ques
lion is there a cure
Mr WJ 0 liber t tho druggist
says yes there is a cure ZEMO
i scientific clean liquid prepara
tion for external use gives prompt
relief and permanently cures every
Form of skin and scalp disease
MEMO draws the germ life and pole
one from underneath the skin to the
surface and destroys them and In
tlls way affects a complete cure of
any form of skin or scalp disease
whether on infants or crown pers
ons Mr W J Gilbert will show
you proof of many remarkable cures
made by ZEMO and will gladly ex
plain to you how you can be cured
by this clean simple home treat
Mrs Fitzgerald Tells Womens Dem
ocratic Club
New York Feb ISWbat is the
proper length of a womans hatpin
The law says It must be less than
nine inches but Mrs Margaret J
JUiesral < f declares it ehouM not ex 1
reed bejctjd the crown of the hat j
and > announces that eho is going to
work to that end
Tho subject came up for dkCusslon I
1t a meeting of the Womens Demo
ratio club Speaking on the subject
Irs Fitzgerald told of the narrow
scapo of a man on a Broadway oar
rounding the Fourteenth street curvo
when a woman in frpnt careened
gainst him tod her hatpin was
driven into his ear
If that had been his eye said I
Irs Fitzgerald he would have been
a dead man
This gave rise to a series of remi
niscences after which Mrs Fitzgerald
renounced that she would work for
What Is tho most expensive per
fume you know perI
And after a moments thought
Mr > Chugglns replied Gasoline
A Jersey City magistrate permits
convicted crap shooters to pay their
lInes In weekly Installments theirI I
Mr Gaston Poolof Murray Ky
who was recently appointed Senate
Stenographer for the State of Ken
tucky is a graduate of
Paducah Central Business College
He studied GREGG SHORTHAND only
two months
Mr Ira Byerley the present Deputy
Internal Revenue Collector of this
city is also a commercial graduate of
Paducah Central Business College
If you are going to learn either Book
keeping or Stenography why not fol
low the example of these two young
men and learn the best It pays
Write or call
The Business College
Sixth and Broadway
Ilumoml That Election of Drown
and McCiitclirn Was llesult
of Trade
The Louisville heralds Frankfort
correspondent says
Following the publication of the
action of Senator E M Taylor In
serving a subpoena duces tecum on
Senator Hogg in reference to the
prison query papers there Is I an un
der current of talk to the effect that
a scandal of more or less proportions
may soon bo sprung In that connec
There is talk that will not down
and wise ones are shaking their head
as they listen to questions on the
Thatcher Not Involved
Whatever scandal may arise how
ever over thp alleged deal to elect
the board of prison commissioners it
cannot involve the office of the stats
Inspector And examiner Ho can
show an absolute clean bill of health
on the matter and demonstrate be
yond question to falrmlnded people
that he has been unremittingly asdd
uous in devotion to his task of pre
paring a thorough and searching re
port on the work of the commf lon j
ers and the condition of the penal in
Itla by no means certain that
there have not been deals connected
with the matter however It has
yet to be explained why Information
placed In the hands of Senator Hogg
by M II I Thatcher some time ago failed
to reach tire legislature
Heady to Spring
That Senator Hopg was getting
ready to spring Itll tho belief of
many and the action of Senator E
M Taylor In serving a subpoenas
duces tecum in order to got porscs
son of the papers possessed by his
colleague is understood to have been
an attempt to forestall any publicity
Senator Hogg however is said to
have held sufficient and fair reason
for holding the papers
But it may be as well to tell la de
tail what there la to be told about
the circumstances actual and sup
posed that have centered about the
I prison commissioners and thosUlI
unpublished report of the state In
spector and examiner
I ISPCctor Dcnl Wns Su pcclo I
The reelection of two members of
tho board of prison commissioners
Ell Drown and Harvey JtcCutchen
which was achieved with tho con
senting vote of the Republican mem
bers started the tongues of gossip
A deal was suspected and tho past
Ing of day after day without bearing
anything from MX Thatcher as to the
report upon which bo had been at
work for weeks before the session be
gan added color to the Inference
which observers were quick to draw
To Ho Held Up
It was aId and said freely that a
bargain had been struck by which
tho report which common consent in
I Frankfort seems to think will bo un
favorably to the present commission
was to be held up until after tho eler
Uon of prison commissioners had
taken place that tho Republican
I were to support tho men who were
incumbents at the opening otthe
cession and that In return certain
proposed Democratic election such
as Ure bill to abolish the state board
of control was to be Wired
lof JgfllI lk
I The fact that Harvey McCutchen
and Ell Brown were so Intimately
concerned In tho result of tho vote
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It gives me great pleasure to
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Dr Miles AntiPain Pills
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I have tried many other rem
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The best feature of this re
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I t tall
I Cured byLydiaEPinkbams
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Galena KansA year ago last
March I fell and n few days after
there was soreness in my right sldo
In a short time n bunch came and It
hnlhrn1nn an much Ilt ntght I could
r8i pI kept
crowing larger and
by fall It was as
largo as n hens egg
I could not go to
bed without a hot
Tater bottle applied
to that side 1 luul
one of the best doc
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lie told my husband
that I would have to
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me entnethiug like
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1 did take It and soon the lump In my
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Las proved to be tho most successful
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inflammation fibroid tumors Irregu
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If you win t spcejnl ndvlce wrjto
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It U I free and always helpful
on prison commissioners and at thc
same time are given credit for being
prominent wIth Graham Vroelarrd
imi Sam Shackloford In the opera
ions of thC socalled third home by
which this present legislature is very
largely I influenced If not wholly con
trolled In Its action strengthened
tho conviction that there was some
htng beneath the surface
Col Jack China has been ptraylng
from the reservation on the question
of prison commissioners He has a
personal Interest in It because his
on was dismissed from a position in
tho Frankfort penitentiary and Is
imong those who have stories to taM
about alleged cruelties and impro
prieties In the copduct of that Inetl
utlon j
TAd4 1fll 1Vere nosy
The color II i blared by this fact
In his view of the situation but ho
has declared Mmeoif as convinced
hat there was a frameup at the bOo
inning of the session and U not
low to say that certain prominent
obliyiste Including a managing cdl
tor had much to do with putting the
irrangoment over
This managing editor he alleges
wd Influence with the Republicans
twine to assistance he Is supposed to
iavo given in the election of the
junior United States senator from
This Is ono story There Is an
other that throat a vastly different
Ight upon the altuafton The truth
s the report of M II Thatcher Is
lOt yet completed It hen been a
vast undertaking Mr Thatcher baa
been merciless in pursuing his In
vontfRaUon to tho very limit of com
petence i
lie has gone back through roars
if records He has taken testimony
hat In print will ran over 1000 I
rages of type He has had to do this
work practically without andftance
In his department he la the only man j
who can administer an oath and It
hits been necessary for him personal l
r to get all tho testimony of many
Slept In Cnplinl
ThIS has been In addition to oilier
multifarious duties such > as might
welt occupy the reasonable working
tours of any one mam In order to
omplete his task before tlie close of
ho session Mr Thatch has b otI I
aborlng often eighteen hours a day I I
iftcn sleeping In the capitol building I
tad taking allhls meals there
Ida Cunro Itrlngs Solid Kvldcnco of
n Winters isle i
lnterIleI I
Now York Feb 18 Sheathed in
Ico for 50 feet of her length tho
steamship Ida Cunco arrived with a
ale of wintry weather She left
Port Antonio Jamaica on Feb 2
with a cargo of bananas and at the
jnd of the week ran into rough seas
Early Sunday morning the weather
was threatening and at noon ac
cording to Capt Frltzhof Ivcrson
the storm began In earnest For
24 hours time Cunco pitched and
Bossed making litho headway To
ward evening with seas breaking
iver her bows the situation was be
coming Serious About midnight a
terrific sea came over tile starboard
rail and swept away tho covering of
the after steering gear damaging
ho gear and bending Iron stanch
ons We were in the vicinity of
Capt Hatteras when tho storm lift
us said tho captain Although
considerably damage was done to tho
woodwork on deck no one was In
lured When we ran Into the In
onso cold yesterday tho spray froze
an the deck and iced oven tho pro
tection canvas on tho upper bridge
The storm was the worst one that I
have experienced in tho trade to Port
Antonio but the staunchlness of the
little fruiter made us weather the
gale will
Kollowwl Co HospHnl Onlcers Were
Boro WlHii Doctor Turned
Tlicm Down
New York Feb ISIn an effort
to draw from non Applorto a girl of
twenty what she know about the
mysterious killing of Vlncenzo Dom
Sano who was tot to death va
night In front of 4W West Broad
way tho itoltco of tho McDougall
street station subjected hor to such
a grueling third degree for eight
hours that alto throe times became
Insensible and bad to be mlnitrtcred
to by surgeons and finally was taken
to St Mnccntf hospital In a serious
condition Inquisitive members of inspector
McCafferty staff even pursued tho
young woman to the hospital and
Were wry indignant when they were
turned awny by the doctors who in
formed them that tho girl was inVa
dangerous state of collapse and
would need tho moat careful treat
meat to bring her around As it was
tho surgeons said tho rigor of the
third degree had just missed kMllng
Charles T Ilounbchler hoard a
mans voice shout sow you dog
Ive got you You wont steal anjw
thing more from me then ho heard
a shot and a heavy fAIl
Presently a citizen dragged a
young woman around the corner just
aa Captain OConnor and the reserves
were arriving from the MacDougnll
street station The citizen turned
the woman or to tho police and
said he had caught her as she was
fleeing after a m n
Th young woman then caught
sight of the body and bricked Drop
ring upon the pavement sho took tho
dead mans head In her lap and
moaned Tho police could get noth
leg from her until she arrived at
tho station There eho said that she
was Mrs Rose Applorto twenty
year old the wife of Frank Ap
Struck n Rich Mine
S W Bonds of Coal City Ala says
o struck a perfect mine of health In
> r Kings New Life Pills for they
urcd him of Liver and Kidney Trou
lo after 12 years of suffering They
ro the best plus on earth for Con
tipation Malaria clladache Dyepep
la Debility 25c at all druggists
HIIIIM Oiniinlttrr 1eMirtR
AVaihDgton Feb 1811le house
committee on military affair report
od favorably on the bill of Itepre n 1
tative 6u4zcr of New York making
Major General Daniel B Sickles U
S X retired a lieutenant general
Artist lie careful because the
paint is fresh Mollycoddle with
finger on painting he Is examining
In studio Never mind I shall
wash my hands later Judge
IGlass I
Glass IT
Board4t I
WireMakp us n rough design
give Iho space it is to oc
cupy and wo shall design
further before making
the sign
Rubber Stamps made to
order and office supplies
carried in stock
Mall Orders Given Prompt
Diamond Stamp Works
115 S 3rd St Pbones 358
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W B McPIIERSQN Druggist Paducah
Hollo Dexcrtetl Innilly 111 Yearn taro
Patient UookvHl Under His Name
Now York Fob ISUnder the
Impression that a dying patient In
tho Newark N J City hospital was
his father though ho had never seen
him Louis Hollo called at tho insti
tution yesterday Tho patient was
also Louis Hollo according to tho
name ho gaO when brought Into the
hospital Ho had been found In tho
streets Thursday and told tho sur
geons ho had taken rat poison with I
suicidal Intent At first ho said ho
camo from Holtnesburg Pa but
later ho claimed a residence at No
418 Morris avenue Newark Young
Hollo said his father had been SepAl
aced from his mother from tho Unto
tho son was born twentyfive years
ago News of tho wanderings of his
father had reached him and his
mother tho young man said and
they had learned that his father had
been for several months last year In
n Baltimore hospital Hut there had
never been any attempt at n recon
ciliation The belief that tho would
be suicide was his father was based
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222 Broadway
upon tho address tho dying man had
given which Is that of his wife Tho
patient was not in condition to
recognize tho visitor and tho reun
ion sought by tho younger Hollo may
never take place
Tim Remit Hour of Life
Is when you do some greet deed or
discover some wonderful fact This
hour camo to J II Pitt of Hooky
Mt N C when ho was suffering in
tensely ns ho Bays from tho worst
cold I ever had I then proved to my
great satisfaction what a wonderful
Cold and Cough euro Dr Klngu Now
Discovery is For alter taking ono
bottle I was entirely cured You
cant say anything too good of tv
medicine like that Its tIle wrest
and best remedy JOT diseased lungs <
lemorrhage LaOrippq Asthma Hay
Fever any Throat or Lung Trouble
BOe = 100 Trial bottle free Guar
anteed by all druggists
Alnady Hnvn It
The governor conference at Wash
Ington desire uniformity of hiila
tlon OnT staff Itdlmilt naj V5 wo
have it now unlformy bndAI
I bang Areu
with nlivery
Ton so wen with our livery s rrle
that you will employ It again and
often One of the ways wo tall Is t t
make our charges so reasonable that
you will not deprive yourself of ths
pleasure of a drive on account of the
expense Suppose you take one w
day If the weather permits
< tli A Ky Are Both PkonM d1S
The Best Carriage
Service U Paducah
You get handsome well
appointed carriages when
I nerve you We give
prompt personal atten
tion at all times
iiw F P TON
IIPresident I
n nonv
P 1URlIlAlt
Assistant nI I
Aesspae 1s11
Third and Broadway
State Depository
Capital a v cs w r >
BurpluB ki 1 c 01 r r
Stockholders liability w 0 w 000 < w ln 1 u
Total security to depositor n In XMT v v 9260000
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+ ter
LanqstaffOrm Mif gCo
Imcorporat < >
Largest Stock =
Lumber Shingles and Lath
In the City
Our Shingles and Lath are all kept in sheds insuring our cus
tomers DRY BRIGHT stock
Low Prices I Prompt Service
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