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SAGE TWO 1 M A1Jl EVENING SUN btrunnu MAitcn isw
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I Your Boy
NptHmulallon NO alcohol hatH A > 1
your Attar 6ohAyer San aod8d
at a Ionic for Me 0JCbrCo 111 Pd
t
Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an
acoh61c sUmuUnt for children He will
probably sayII Very very rarely Ask
him how often he prescribes tonlcforthcm
He will probably answer II Very very fre
quently Ayers Sarsaparilla is a strong
tonic entirely free from alcohol
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AT THE KENTUCKY
I
I MATINEE and NIGH7r
Saturday
4ROH
4 12
PRICES
Matinee 2Bc EOo
NlghtU 75c SOc 35 25
Seat sale Friday 10 a m
Reservations held until 8
oclock
IORTILR J WHITES
Original Company In Goethes Im
mortal
FAUST
With
F J WILSON
Positively produclnge the < following
startling effects The Rain of Flro
The Electric Sword Duel Tho Elec
tric Fire Files The Electric Flower
Bed The Electric Morning Glories
The Electric Necklace The Electric
Circleof Fire The Electric Skull
Coming Tho Traveling Salesman
Tobacco Can be Sold in the Hand
Under Bill Regulating Unstemmed
Congressman Thomas of the Third
congressional district has introduced
a bill In congress to regulato the
pale of unstemmed leaf tobacco In
the hand The hill was Introduced
on February 17 and referred to the
committee on ways and means The
bill In full is as follows
Bo it enacted by tho senate and
house of representatives of the
United States of America in congress
assembled That it shall be lawful
for any and all persons who raise to
bacco n tho United States to sell un
stemmed leaf tobacco In the hand In
any quantity without the payment of
any kind of tax whatever and any
person or persons may buy directly
from any person or persons who grow
or raise tobacco in tho United States
unstemmed leaf tobacco Id tho hand
t in any quantity without the payment
of any kind of tax whatever and any
person or persons may buy directly
from any person or persona who
grow or raise tobacco in the Unite d
States unstemmed leaf tobacco In the
hand in any quantity without the <
payment ot any kind of tax whatever
And person and persons who buy 01 r
cell unstemmed leaf tobacco in the
paid aforesaid shall be required t o
make any report or statement what
ever of any such salo to any collecto r
e ot Internal revenue or to tho govern
meat or government agent or to any
1 one else Nor shall any person or
k persons bo required to keep any ac
count of such salo
Sec 2 That all the provisions of
section thlrtyflvo of tho tariff act of
1909 entitled An act to provide
revenue equalize duties and encour
age industries of the United Statesi
and for other purposes approved
August 5th 1909 In so far as any I
such provision conflict with any of
At Every Phone
GALL 203
IAt I genuine Rainbow Peerless
and Peacock Coal from
Johnston Fuel Co
r W P PERRY
faintert
Anything ia painting good
WOrk prices right estimates
furnished free Old phono 1560
Look at the
P I CompaniesBehind
Behind Your
Fire Insurance
A few weeks ago In a very
nearby town one of the most
prominent merchants lost his
entire stock of goods by flro
Ho was fully insured ho
thought
When time for settlement
camo however ho found tho
ono company in which ho had
1 tho biggest insurance was ini
solvont BROKE and tho loss
wiped tho merchant out of1 I
ofbusiness
business
to businessOUR
OUR COMPANIES
i ARE THE STRONGEST
IN THIS COUNTRY
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M PHIt i 5 leJilI e I1fi i
Ky
the provisions of this act be and
they are hereby repealed
Sec 3 That all laws anti parts of
laws In conflict with thoprpvlslon of
this act be nndtthey are hereby re
peated
Sec 4 This act shall take effect
and be In forco from and after Its
passage 1st
ThoU S tiovcrnnient in its Pure
Fpod Law does not Indorse l 01
guarantee any preparation as some
manufacturers in their advertise
ments would make It appear In tho
case of medicines tho law provides
that certain drugs shall be mention
I ed on the labels It they aro Ingre
dients of the preparations Elys
Cream Balm tho wellknown family
remedy for cold in the head hay
fever and nasal catarrh doesnt con
tain a single Injurious drug so the
makers have simply to print tho fact
that it complies fully with all tho re
quirements of tho law
I I With tho following argument a
I woman suffrage lecturer made a hit
1 I have no vote but my groom has I
I have a great rerpcct for that man in
I tho stables but I am sure If I wero
to go to him and say John will you
cxerclso the franchise ho would
reply Please mum which horse bo
that
thatHave
Have You Got the
Grip
> i
Try a 25c Box of
r rr t I
lilst8
La Grippe Capsules
and be cured
I
I
Guaranteed by
LIST mm COI I
Phones 108
Grand Hotel
NEW YORK CITY II
I A Famous Home With aNEW J I
NEW ANNEX
On IJroachvny + at 31st Street J
I Near Pennsylvania It It Terminal
In Operation February 1st
I A house made famous through
Its splendid service and personal 1
attention to patronsthe GrandI I
count Its friends by the thou I
sands Army and Navy people I
stop here as do all experienced
travelers For more excellent J
living facilities quiet elegance
and sensible prices are hardly 1
obtainable elsewhere
As for transportation facilities I
I New Yorks subways elevated and
i surface cars are all practically at
I tho door Theater and shopping
districts also immediately at hand
Splendid Moorish dining rooms
are but one of tho many famous
features of tho > ev Annex
ABSOLUTELY FIUEPKOOK 1
ItntesI 50 Ier Day UpwnrdI I
GKOHGI2 F IIUKLDEUT
Prcs and Gcnl 1I11t1I
Also Sherman house Jamestown 1
ri Y
Guido to New with maps
and special rate cardsent upon
request rt I
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BITTER ATTACK
ON L R GLAYIS
I
CLARENCR CUNNINGHAM OX THE
WITNESS STAND
Said Ho Was Trapped Charged
Tlmt Glnvis Secured Ills AiR
dnvlt on False Pretenses
Tim HEARING AT CLEVELAND
bltlJ I
Cleveland Mar ihtA bitter at
tack on Louis R Glavls by Clarence
Cunningham was tho feature of tho
Inquiry by United States Commis
Commis1stoner I
sioner McGeo Into the Cunningham
coal claims In Alaska I
Ciinnlughaht on tho witness stand
charged formqr Land Agent Glavls
with having trapped him Into sign
lug an affidavit Under false pre
tenses and of having pretended a de
sire to have tho Cunningham entries
cleared for patent when hj was re
ally endeavoring to have them de
deIdared
The affidavit In question has fig
ured prbrainedtly In the Dalllngerj
rJnchpt inquiry l and was a basis of
a discussion of tho perjury statutes
In tho congressional commUtco In
Washington today
In Cunningham denies In detail I
that thtyGuggonhoim syndicate was
Interested In tho thirtythree claims
which ho located and which clalmsl
contended by the government are
fraudulent
Cunningham asserted that the af
fidavit was dictated by GlavJs who
Induced him to sign It on the under
standing that It was solely for tho
purpose of securing patents Glavls
had assured him that the claims wera
perfectly sound and that ho per
sonally would do everything ho could
to have them passed by tho land of
fice
Cunningham reiterated tho declar
ation that at no time did Guggen
helms over advance any money Id the
Interest of the entrants and that they
had never had any Interest whatso
ever in tho claims Ho explained
that tho option they claimed to hold
had > cen merely provisional and had
never been ratified I
News of Theatres
Faust contains a largo measure
of moral philosophy both in tho 00
tual words of the players and In tho
grand ensemble of its weird lights
and shadows its comedies and trage
dies Sanr Jones aptly characterized
It when ho mid it was better than
a sermon Will appear at Tho Ken
tucky tonight
doe
As Told dohula which
comes to Tho Kentucky on March 18
brings with 4t a genuine Indian
actress Princess WahtaWaso Sho
holds tho enviable distinction of be
I ing tho only fullblooded Indian no
t 69 today playdng a responsible
part with any dramatic production
with sueccag W F Mann has spared
neither pains nor money to mako this
production complete in every detail
As Told in the Hllli Is without
doubt tho beet of all seasons mole
dramatic offerings
i
henry D Harris will present iTho
Traveling Salesman at the Kentuoky
theater on Monday < March 28 tho
latest comedy success of Sir James
Forbes tho author of Tile Chorus
Lady Tho first act shown tho In
tenor of the little railroad station at
Grand Crossing a village In tho mld
dlo west Bob Blake plajcd 5 > y
Austin Webb is tho traveling mIce
man and there makes tho acquaint
ance of Beth Elliott played by Rosa
lInd Collhtan who Is the telegraph
operator and ticket agent Tho story
Is iptearantly and humorously told in
tho scenes that follow I
I
Tt < lJNT HOOKS OK
FICTION AT uUltnl
Atborton Tower of Ivory Boll
Concentrations of Bee Ohcstorton
Ball and tho Cross Cameron in
vohintary Chaperon Burgees Lady
Mcchanto Connor Foreigner Ben
nett Volunteer With Pike Davless
MIS Selina Lao Da la Pasture Tho
Tyrant Do la Pasture Lonely Lady
of Grosyenor Square Foreland Old
Lady Number 31 Green 3 < HOO
Garland Moccasin Itaricto Henry
Options Klngsley Glass House
Lynde King of Arcadia Martyn
Man outside Partridge Patserby
Rives Kingdom of Blender Sworda
Tracy Son of the Immortals Tomp
kins Top of the Morning Vac lI
The Paladin Watson Catlo by tho
Sea Waspn Happy Hawkins Worth
The Southerner Williamson Lord
Loveland
lUCIIATlD SCOTT 11ETUBNS
FKOM TIIEATKICAL TOUR
Sir Richard Scott who has been
playing with tho Louis James com
pall in Shakespearean roles has re
turned to his homo and will remain
in Paducah for the remainder of tho
season Air Scott mad good with
the company and Ibis work was being
watched closely by tho Hate tragedian
Louis James
House lu Mexico havo about
doubledin the last ten years
1
War on Flies Inaugurated by the
Government Early in the Spring
I
Washington March 11 United
PmsThls promises to be a sad
year for the housefly Tho depart
mont of agriculture is I planning to t In
augurato a couutrywJdo amende I
against him ns soon as spring opens
Hundreds of scientists aided by > nil
the < laborers nil the IJlsrooHing drugs
and chemical and nil the cruel
screens and mechanical killer that
can Ito pressed Into service will make
a concerted attack upon tho familiar
pest for tho purpose of driving him
himII
IIout II
Dr L O Howard head of tho
bureau of entomology who Is to bo
commanderInclilef of tho flji annihi
lation army told come of his plans
for tho campaign to tbo house com
mittee on expenditures in tho de
Portment of agriculture Thotlrst I
big gun of tho war will bo fired in 1
tho country districts where tho files
In the past have been allowed to mul
tiply without molestation toy the
farmer A special farmers bulletin
Is now being prepared by the bureau
which will not only give valuable fly
killing recipes but will also display
In their horrid colors the various dis
eases that nro spread by tho fly
During his testimony before tho
committee Dr Howard urged the
congressmen to consider tho Import
ance of a law for protecting the
country from tho Introduction of for
eign Insect and parapito pests that
reach Us on plant and nursery stock
Of tho seventeen serious tree and
vegatabto parasites that arc now cost
Ing the farmers of this country mn
lions of dollars annually ho said
moro than half had been Imported
Tho Egyptian aad browntall moths
Stums Elictrit
Rat art Reach Paste
the guaranteed Exterminator for nil
mice cockroaches waterbugs etc etc
2 oz box 25e I Box box 100
Money back if it fills
LOOK for this SIGNATUREon I
on evory boxI I
are among tho most destructive of
these foreigners Dr Hownrd said
that tho United States was tho only
country of Importance in the world
that made no effort to protect r its
orchards and crops by a rigid quaran
tine at its ports
Tho American Civic association Is
also ki tho fly exterminating business
It has organized a campaign of odu
cation which will be under the direc
01York
York As a part of Its propaganda
the association has prepared a num
ber of motion plcturo films showing
how flies breed In filth acid then
carry tljo semis of disease Into tho
homes of the people It is planned
to havo tho pictures displayed in tho
fivecent theaters throughout tho
country
PILES CURED IN fl TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching Blind
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 days or money refunded COc
Night Song
Fair night and rare night
Sweetheart you aro thoro
You with tho dawning In your eyes
And the sun gold In your hair
Dark night and stark night
Still love you aro there
You with tho morning In your eyes
And tho daygold In your hair
Sweet dreams but fleet dreams
And ever you lire there
Love with the lovelight of your
eyes
And the glory of your hair
Clinton Scollard in March Alns
leos i
Good Scheme
All tho pedestrians seem to stop
at your store
Oh I manage to Interest coil
Wlwts your idea
I have a thermometer that regis
ters four degree higher In > r
and elx degrees tower IirVintor than
any other thermometer In town
LoulaviKo CourierJournal
Onehalf tho world doesnt lie
awako at night worrying about how
tho other half lives
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The Evening Suns Daily Markets I
vasKxifsasy hC X7C17 CX t7l7CX70Cx > C7p Ga I
Tobnrcii Market
LoulsvlMo March 1Tho offer
lugs on tho local breaks follow I
Hurley 37 dark 242 Original
Inspection 495 reviews 74 OriginalII II
5C9 Rejections 150 First solo
Tuesday at tho Pickett warehouse
Central warehouse sold 50 hhds
burley at 10 to 1S50 and 10 hhda
dark at 523 to 9
Homo warehouse sold 40 hhds
burley at 1850 to 18
State warehouse sold 32 hhds bur
lepat 990 to 1850
PJckett warehouse sold CO hhds
hurley at 10 to 1875 and 75 hhdt
dark at 530 to 1175 I
The Kentucky warehouse fold 49
4191
4191hMs
hhds burley at 990 to 1575 and
26l hhds dark at 495 to 1155
Tho Ninth street warehouse sold
10 hhdfl burley nt 1075 to 172C
and 1 hhd dark at 314
The Peoples warehouse Bold 24 I
hhds burley nt 10 to 1375 and 25
51hhdl 51
hhds dark at 4 to 9
planters warehouse told 25 hhda
buriey at 1150 to 1625 and 15
151labd 151
Farmers warrhouso sold 95 hhdft
hurley at 990 toU3 and 23 bade
dark at 545 to 890
Lexington Ky Twentysix thou
sand poutuhf of tobacco were cold
hero at 9017 cents a pound
Cincinnati 0 Demand continued
active for ail grades of tobacco
offered and market hold firm Quality
was good with price of 20 per 100
pounds Offerings S5 hogsheads
r
Stock Market
Louisville March I2i Thero were
only WO hogs received in tho local
market Friday making n total of
4i542 head for tho week Uius far
as against 13885 for tho same days
lael pear end 12089 for tho corre
spondlilg tcrlod two years ago Tho
market opened active and lOc higher
on all grades excopt Sight pigs S < N
k I
Early SPtingI I
FLOWERS I
We have the largest stock
of Reliable Flower Seed
in Paducah
iuPaducaliFull
Full instructions with
each purchase how to I
have early bloom
Plant now
levied hogs 1C5 Ibs and up eclllog
11tCed 6G a new high record 130 to
165 Ibs J1020 pigs ranged from
840 for light pigs lo 970 for
heavy PIgs roughs a95 down AU
sold very early and the market closed
steady
slrndCatUenecclpl8
Cattle Rccclpta 76 head for the
wick thus far 2001 Tho market
was quiet end unchanged only a few
local traders and butchers on tho
yards yet owing to tho light supply
anything at all desirable met with
very ready sale at steady to strong
prices good butcher cattle as well as
good grade feeders and stockers wore
In good domand common kinds a
little slow Hulls strong cnnnora
stood Much cows unchanged No
heavy cattle hero feeling steadyi
C3hT5ReooIpls 02 for tho week
thus far 522 Tho market ruled
steady bulk of tho best 7 4Sc
romp fancy higher medium G 111 f Q >
7c common 20Gc
17c
Sheep and Lamos Receipt 10
bend for tho weak thus far 78 Mar
ket ruled hbout steady l > et sheep
PtsftiViCl host Jambs 607c some
extra a shado higher common sheep
and cull lambs dull
dunI I tCattlllIU
crtpts 800 including 70 Texans
market i eady native beef steers
7200810 cows and heifers 3JiO
QCDO ptocknrs and feeders HflC 1
Texas and Indian ulcers 03G7
cows and lielfors J3G calves in
carload loU 3200 > llogs Re
ceipts J500 mart CJJlOc lower
packers no30010CO butchers
and best heavy flO GSiloaOi Sheep
Receipts 25 market steady na
tive muttons 1000850 iambw
7300025
Veccklyltevlciw
Duns Weekly Hcvlctv
Now York March 12NrorJtI
every report from trade centers is of
transactions well above last year and
of a bright outlook for tho new sea
son Financial conditions are nlno
much stronger and altogether hotter
This improvement however to In
spite of considerable uneasiness on
account of tho strlko In Philadelphia I
which causes somo uncertainty as to
tOIfuturo
The reapiHjaraneo of railroads as
active purchasers of rolling stock and i
other needed equipment Is an Im
portant development In Iron and steel
while evidences that construction j
work will be pushed with vigor gives
the situation as a whole a decidedly
dCCIdCdlylImproved
Trade In boots and ehoes to slightly
letter but tho question of values
continue lo limit now business
valucsI I
ClearingsN
New York March 12Total bank
Iearlng compiled by nradstreots for
the principal cities in tho United
States for the past week 3287
5S9000 acalnst 2005234000 in
oho corresponding weak last year In1
Are You One Say Pop hats
L pessimist + I
V PC mist my son Is ono who
if > two t vUr choosot them both
Everybodys 1
K W
eat
Louisville Auto Show jr1
March
174849t
aliI t
ArmoryJ
r
Great CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES
r ti SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC
EXI1161t ofSUNDRIES
DfA110CELEDRATED RECORD BREAKING AEROPLANE
=
Muijc and Decoration Afternoons 25c Evening SOc
For Particulars eddies Secretary Louisville Auto Dealen Auociation
Should Aldrich Ho Considered n
Statesman
At tho conclusion of a very Inti
mate study of Senator Aldrich Ed
win Lofovro In his article In tho
March American Magazine asks
Is Aldrich a statesman T Llko
whom for Instance I do not sup
pose many people would call him
that After all that IB ono of tho
points wo shall determine at tho au
topsy But ho Is beyond question
tho most interesting personality In
public llfo today not alone for
what ho is but for what with his
extraordinary mind ho might have
been with a different environment
Il In his formative period Ho njay bo
1
tho last of his typo for his typo can
halt for a time thu progress of hu
manity townrd real brotherhood by y
sheer weight of julnd and adroit
Illzntton ot self Intcreat And the
influence of such man on tho com tr
munity Is always proportionate to
their mental capacity rather than to
the capacity for selfobliteration In
the service of their follows
TViloys Kldnoy Remedy will euro
any case of Kidney or Bladder trou y °
blo that Us not beyond tho reach of
medicine No medicine can do moro
Germany Imports fruit to UIO An
nual average value of 22000000
Only One BJIOMO QUININE that Is on
Laxative firomo Quinine cox
Cures Cold bi One Day CrlfTtn 2 bays < < < 250
< <
The Friedman Insurance Agency
Sells tho most secure Fire Insurance obtainable Tho Policies Is I
sued by this Agency do not cost any more than tho Policies of weak
Companies and they aro lacked by Millions of Dollars of Capital
and Surplus Wo pay Spot Cash for losses without any discount tl
Phone 1C81 for any kinds of Insurance Respectfully
JULIUS FIUKUMAN
ESTAIILISIIKI 1874
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
PADUCAII KEXTUCKV
UNITED STATES DKPOSITOUY Ia
Capital Surplus and Undivided Profit 1400000
Shareholders Responsibility Nrt to 200000
Total Responsibility to Depositor COOOOO a
0 n HUGHEg President JOS L FRIEDMAN Vice President
So a UTTERI1ACIC Cashier a E RICHARDSON Ant Cashier
INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS
DIRECTORS
A F ANSPACHER 8 n HUGHES R A FOWLER J k FRIED
MAN J O UTTEIUIACK DR J O BROOKS HRACK OWEN
t d
MOVING OUT of TOWN
Then wo can save you money Its our business to crnto pack
and ship furniture and folks who barn patronized us lay wo
know how to do it to a queens taste All you havo to do II to call
Either Phone 152
Well call and clvo you an estimate then vourn throuch until wo
deliver prepaid bill of lading to you Reasonable fee too No
breakage no damage work done HIGIIT
BARRETT DAVIS
210 South Fourth Street
Furniture Packers Slilppcnl and Itcflnfohcr
CEO 110 iiAimirrr A It DAVIS
IP
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1M 1
erfectlumbing It
lumbing r
t i
It a hard goal However
HANNANS
Plumber and Stearn Fitters arc up to muff
and give general satisfaction Let ui con
vincc you
Both Phones 201 133 S Fourth St
Thinking About That
Wall Papering
You Want to Do This Year
Well wo thought of it n Hong tlmo alOOput a great deal of
thought on it and are ready now to rtiow you aU tho now designs
and latest tlps in wallpaper patterns
Thcsovdays arc good days to look at them too YOU are not t
to busy neither are wo
So wont you drop In some day Boon and let us tako you
through our linealt 4 >
Wo dont caro what prix paper you want wo KNOW wo will
show you prettier patterns and bettor paper than you will find
olswhercYou
You can mako your selections and they will bo laid aside for
I
you
Wo wrlll give you an7 date you wish tho work done and In this t
way you GET IT DOSE WHEN YOU WANT IT > I q
In the busy season wo cannot guarantee this
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