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Homo Extra Value That You Will Find at Iludy For
Saturday Economy
3C inch Black Taffeta Silk I a very good quality CQn
t I I I 59c
Dress OInghamsftwontyflvo pIeces font colors I
at yt
1lolydlarriles bIg assortment valuea worth up
to jOcnt 10c 1
LadT Qand Children Hone guaranteed to out
wear Ibreo pairs of any other at this price per n
1pair 1n 1 Dc
Fight similes Silk Popllnct a very desirable
s1iris t lk tIe 39 c
jiidlosV ijnndkerchicf all linen a very sheer
and proMtNiuatify each ahcor5c
TniilQLjBcn I 72 Inches wldot every thread l linen Prt
and ariiutrfat 0C
Shea 81x90Mandard quality Ii value that you
ran It alat you59c
NMkweat rj1l1lIr UnlAnltnt OIorell IIONlcl for Faster
Dr Gilbert Osteopath GU
Broadway Phones 19C
Rubber stamps seals brace
stencils olc at The Sun oalco
Linen markers for sale at this
office Free city and farm real estate
prIce list hlttt moro Fratorult
building PhonWg3S
For Rbeumatlira take Hays
Sign writing 0 R Sexton
Pbonea 401
For malaria and chills take
Hays Specific
Flower Seeds that will grow
enough to supply 01 Paducah now
on salt Brunsoni 629 Broadway
For Stomach Trouble Indiges
than Dyspepsia take Hays Specific
For Eczema or impure blood
lake Hays Specific
For Constipation or Torpid Llr
tr take Hays Specific
We have tho reputation of len
Sag tho best coffee In tho city Buch
anans restaurant 219 Kentucky
AvenueThe Young Ladles Society of
the First Presbyterian church will
have a sale of shade bread pies
cakes candy Faster eggs violets
carnations and potted planta In Fra
ternity building Saturday March 26
Hlbl vchool ceremonies al1t30 arm
tomorrow AU > officer teachers and
pupil urged to be present on time
Auk your friends to como with you
Bring your Blbfr or Testaments A
front rank school 10 I our motto let
us make h Ktuter day a record breaker
J K Bondurant tuiwrlntwndoit
Providing the weather Is pleas
ant tomorrow the squad of Indians
will have hard baseball practice
Manager Harry Kollvya recruit will
begin work at 2 oclock
Residents aro warned to lookout
for alleged Gypsy Utlnvca and holdup
mon who are camping In the south
west niburbs of Paducah l It U h Bald
that they hUB been plundering In the
southern part of town and complaints i
haw been received by the valleei i
The llttlo daughter of Mr and i
Mrs II U Travis 1712 Broad street
fell yesterday afternoon and fractured
her right collar bono She was play I
Ing on the porch when die shipped
and fell Dr W II Parsontt reduced
tho fracture and today she was rest
ing easy
Thu I < e < ond quarterly Inspection
of watcheu of the employes of the
Illinois Central will ba hcX during
the month of April according to bul
letins thnt have been posted
For the EaSier Dinner
And of course Get It at Gil
berts to insure tho superb
Gilbert purity and flavor
< ar
too a fresh supply for the
hungry ones who are just
emerging from the restraints
of Lent as well as for all
those others who Indulge In
dainty sweets tho year round
Gilberts Drug
Kurt ud Broadway
Both 1honea 77
a k
Miss Della Duvall
Formerly of I
Burnhama In Chicago
In tho
Palmer House Barber shop I
I Ikf < 11 l Flint
Willis Straw and Martha Strow to
John F Taylor and Emily Taylor
property I In the county 1350
Cecil Reed master commltKoncr
to lake Illcdvrinan property en North
Seventh street 1250
I In Police Omit
Breach of ordinance John Wright
fined 10 Carrying away and de
stroying property of another Robert
Hutcblnson dismissed
In Circuit Court
Only a short sccnslon of circuit I
court was held this morning Argu
meats In the suit of John Bebout I
I against the Old Kentucky Manufac 1 1
turing company were com leted 1 cs
tertfay afternoon when tKe t attor I
neys tor the plaintiff closed the
case Judgo Reed announced thatI I
the would not give his decision until
A dlvorco was granted Anna Wil
IA I from her husband Ieter Wilton
Hulls lliiHl In Circuit Court
J W Boren filed suit against L
D Barnea for = 30 alleged due on a
I note I t
I In County Court I
On motion of John Bougeno Hen I
I ry Bougcno was appointed adminis 1
trator of the estate of the late Wil t
liam Bougeno His bond was xtdI I
at 4000 with Ed Thurinnn as
suretyThe I
The report of the commissioners
In tho suit of J W Rouse et al
against W P Rust ct nl was lcdI I
and Attorney W A Mlddlcton wnsI I
appointed to draw up the deed
Tho suit was filed for the division
of some land In tho counlyI I
Deed JlICIt t
Ella Fortson and Clark Fortson
to T Jl Chiles property In the t
comity toi1
W P Bradshaw et al to tho city
of Paducah property near Seventh
street and Broadway
In Bankruptcy I
Tho final dividend In the bank I
ruptcy case of Thomas O Leech was
declared today The creditors will
receive three per cent I
Marriage Licenses
Henry Given colored 41 of Bal
lard county and Lettle Bracken
colored 20 of Ballard county I
Wesley Hedges colored of Btrds I
vlllo nnd Roslo Mason colored of t
Blrdsvllle I
BlydsvllloThey II I I
They Got Over It
Says Old Squire Jones to Neigh I
bor nrown I
Im really bilged to go to town
Ive inch an aching In my bone I
My bead feels like a hive of breaI I
I sneeze and cough and blow and
Says Neighbor Brown Now that
aint funny I
t feel the lame So take this I
Tau money know the place that has
And Iloth aet 21 bottle of Rock Rye
and Honey
It steps the cough and cure the
Quiets wheeze the bee and kill the
notli Phones 237
Seventh and Jackson
Eastern Star Anniversary
Friday night April 1 Esther Chap
ter of the Order of tho Eastern Star
will celebrate Its eleventh annlver
nary and as tho Mason of Paducah
are Invited It Is expected that the
attendance will bo large and tho oc
cnslon an enjoyable one There wll
be a regular meeting of the chapter
and after this a box social
Missionary Society Meets
All the officers of the Missionary
society of the First Presbyterian
church were reelected yesterday af
ternoon at a meeting with Mrs J D
Mocrjuot 1214 Jefferson street Miss
Laura Shaw president Mrs D A
Yolser vice president and Miss Ada
Eaton treasurer were reelected
The office of secretary was created
dad Mrs George n Exall was elected
A social session followed tho bust
ness meeting
Dr Euclid Covlngton of Wades
borough passed through Paducah
this morning en route home from St
Mr Reuben S llagby left last eve
nine for Spokane Wash From
there be will go to Kettlo Falls by
stage coach to location a large fruit
Miss Marjorie Bagby will return
tomorrow from St Louis where she
went Wednesday on n shopping trip
Mw D H LIttkton C29 South
Tweftb street has gone to Paris
Tuuon a visit to relatives
Mr and Mrs 1 Clarence Ogllvlo will
return to their home in Kansas City
after a visit to Mr Oirflvies parents
Mr and Mrs John W Ogllvle
Mr John T Donovan boa returned
from EHzabethtown where he Attend
ed court
Mr Spencer Starks arrived early
this morning from Meridian Miss to
spend Easter Sunday In the city
Circuit Clerk Joe Aa Miller ac
Icompanled by his daughter Mrs
Clay a Lemon of Mayfield have
gone to Unlontown where they will
spend Easter with Miss Jo Miller
vho III attending St Vincents acad
Mr and Mrs Hoy KatterJohn end
little eon of Princeton are visiting
Mr and Mrs F W Katterjohn i
Mrs n L Moore of North Eighth
street Is I visiting her sister Airs J
L r Laitltcr of Murray
Mr Victor II Thomas has returned
from thes outhwest where he Went
for the benefit of his health
Mr Jesse Ware of Rose City
Mich In visiting his brother Mr Ly
man Ware 525 Harahan boulevard
Mr J D Rowlett arrived In the
city hut night from Murray on butt
I 1
Mr Matt j Cnrnejof Chicago
armed this morning togpclnd Easter
with relatives lie will return to Chi
cago tomorrow night
Mr 0 C Gourleux left today for
Bevel Texas on a several weeks
visit to relatives
Mrs Lucy Smith of Clarksvllle
Term Is the guest of her sister Mrs
T H Purywir 944 Jefferson street
Mrs John J Saunders has returned
to Loulcvllle after a visit to her
parents Mr and Irsr D Nash
S30 Jefferson street
bliss Carrie Baker of Hopkins
vllle will arrive this evening from
Cairo to visit Mrs Marshal Puryear
of North Fifth street and friends
Mayor James P Smith will go to
Dawson tonight to spend Sunday with
Mrs Smith
Dr It R Winston returned this
morning from St Louis where he
ban been on business
Miss Murrell Pitman and Mr OusI I
Knttcrjohn will leave this evening I
for Mayfield to visit Mrs Henluve
Mr Alex Kirkland city auditor reo
turned this morning from Kenosha
WIs where he has been for several
weeks for Ibo IxtielU of Us health
Mr 1 KIrkland is greatly Improved and
will soon be able to be out again
Enclneer Charles Wagner and
Fireman Lee WeatherJngton have
gene to Hot Springs to remain for
several weeks
bliss Josle Griffin and Miss Clla
Dean of the south side are visiting
at Memphis
Successful Auto Trip
Roy Gresham returned last night
from a three weeks trip in the In
terest of tho Overland Automobile
company and made a record selling
fiftynine cars He was at Louis
rUle Henderson and Lexington and
eastern Kentucky This morning
he received word from tho factory
that its 1910 output has been com
pletely sold out now nnd orders
will be taken from now on for 1911
deliveries which wont be made
however until fall Mr Gresham
has been called to St Louis to at
tend a banquet to bo glvn the soles
force Sunday
Miss Sarah Miller deputy county
court clerk was til today and unable
to be on duty
cocmN Sd ECO
1uJuat 1
Just Shoos
PAtMERj D lames Detroit
R A Atkins Cairo S F Chaw
Metropolis D Johnson Clinton A
L Batwing Jr Memphis C W
Wood Princeton W H Trill Kut
tawa O W H Scott Chicago IRI E
Roykln St Loafs
BELVEDERE M Smith Beaver
Dam W II Kraper Metropolis R
D Stewart IA Center D Calvin
Bardwell James D Bennett Louis
ville O J Jennings Murray W N
Allison Cropland J c Abbott
Ito zel
St Louis Sam ROM Hamletsbiirgj
Ike West Kansas city It Lushlee
Paris Term H Richard Hopkins
vllle W F L Franklin Dawson
OP McElhany Carbondale GUI
Pate Mayfield
Two Complaints by Northwest Tcii
HWKMO KxIUslilentM
Alleging that on August 27 1909
they were cruelly beaten and driven
from their homes In Johntonvllle
Tenn into the state of Illinois that
they were held captive for three days
that they Buffered physically finan
cially And mentally from outrages
committed upon their persons c II I
Orlgg and Nellie Rollins are cuing
Kit I Woods and thirty others for 2
EXA t and 25000 respectively These
cases will come up In the April term
of the federal court at Jackron Tenn
The declaration alleges that there
I was a conspiracy among the men
I named In the bill to harass plaintiffs
and the wording of the < document
I sounds like an accusation of night
riding couched In legs terms
Muio Evidence Point to Disaster
at Sea
Philadelphia March 21iA raft 3O
feet long waveswept and with only
a broken mast from which fluttered a
torn fragment of a sailors thlrt was
passed at sea by the German steamer I
Schdrzfels which hat arrived here
from Calcutta The mute evidence of
a possible disaster was encountered
by the Schanfels March 17 in lati
tude 3744 north longitude 4S37
west The raft had been substan
Ulla 1 constructed presumably by the
crew of an abandoned lumber schocn
wr but the vessel on which the raft
had been built was nowhere to be
seen The following day the Scharz
tels passed a brown painted wooden
derelict with keel above water
Relieved Senator May He Moved
Home I In Two Wick 1
y DaytggaIiisarc5 Tljero
has been pucfc a marked improve
ment In the past two fays 1n the
undltlon of United Stales Senator
John W Daniel that his physicians
believes It will bo possible to remove
him to his Virginia home wKhIn the
next two weeks The renator ppoko
understandingly several times end Is
tractlcally out of the coma which bas
enshrouded him for 12 days past
KKl tant to General Manager Ten
Officials of tho Illinois Central an
nounce that Q H Oroce assistant to
former general manager F n HarrI
man had resigned Mr Oroce Had
charge of telegraph and signal de
partments The superintendent of
telegraph will report to tho assistant
to the vicepresident and the signal
engineer will report to the chief en
gineer of maintenance of way
RobbciH Jive Ui Easily
Finding that the rear door of tho
drug store of S H Wlnstead at
Seventh street and Broadway had
wo locks a thief gave up the job of
robbing the store lost night afar
cutting a hole through tho panel He
cut the hole through the door and
turned the key but a latch placed
above the lock bed the door secure
while tho thief was unableto reach
> lw Stevenson III
City of Mexico March CIrs
Robert Louis Stevenson widow of
the novelist Is ill at her apartments
here due it is i believed to the high
altitude She arrived Monday from
Santa Barbara Cat It la not be
lieved her Illness is dangerous
Oldest and Best
in the city
9 years od
Bottled in Bond
This whiskey can be ob
b taincd hut one place in
Paducahat the
Topaz Bar
110 S Third St
F Lacefield Co
Ask Walter
Mr James W Cleaves 418 North
Seventh street Is somewhat Improved
today His condition for several
days past has been critical I
A T Association
The Paducah AntiTuberculosis as
Boclatlonwlll meet Monday night at
8 oclock at the Womans club l build
ing The meeting I1f open for atTltd
attend who are Interested In tho fight
against the great White Plague tild
It is hoped there will be a largo at =
tendance Plans for the open dlr
tent colony will be discussed and
other business of interest The books
are open for new members
Cnimnlllro llei < > rts AmrndincnU lo
Slatehood 11111
Washington March IiAmend
ments to the statehood bill were re
ported to the senate today from the
committee on territories by Chair
man Beverldjje They provide
among other things that the elec
tions for the ratifications of the con
stltutlons of the proposed new states
shall be held not earlier than sixty
days after the adjournment of the
constitutional conventions
Widow of Late Killtor Has Disposed
of husbands Property
Lexington Ky March 2GMrs
F J Campbell widow Of the late
editor of the Somerset Journal has
Bold the paper to Stcnben Godbey of
Casey county It Is understood It
will be an Independent paper Under
MV Campbells management It has
born Democratic and since his death
Woodson May has managed the busi
ness for Mrs Campbell
Ylro TOSAI1 ins LIFE
Jackson Tenn March 26Aller
suffering for several months with
white swelling little Jlmmle Allen
of this city underwent on operation
and had his leg amputated The little
fellow Is only nine years of age and
the operation was postponed until It
was determined that It was abso
lutely necessary
ItFast Was Crushed
Jackson Tenn March 2GFrank
Couch an employe of the Beare
Bros Ice company had the mlefor
tune to get his foot crushed by a
block of Ice which he dropped The
Injury was so severe that it woe
necessary to amputate one of tho toes
and the other part of the foot Is In a
bad condition
Austrian Bride and Groom
County Judge Barkley married
Oar Huller and Josefa Cchlrofnlk
this afternoon at Jhe county court
house Both are AlIsttJanft and have
recently come to this country They
could not speak English and W P
Hummel acted as Interpreter The
bridegroom is a farmer living a the
Clarks river section The brides
family also live In that region
XlltlceI I office to 204
I Broadway over Cherrys groce tt
with Drs Bright and Wilkinson
Members of IheL W A please ta1e
notice and call here when payments
Tonight at 8 p m there will be a
free lecture at LoneOak by Prots
R Logue of Lynnvllle Tenn Tho
theme of the lecture will be In the
Interest of school All are Invited
to attend
Well Tam did ye make ony gud
resolutlcns for the New Year
Aye Ive taen tea oath no tae
touch whuskey again except as a
medicine Eh Tom then Im feared yevo
condemned yersel tae a life o sick
Subtle humans are like crabs
Mho knows whether they are coming
oi going
Steam Dye
Dyers and Cleaners of Ladies
and Mens Garments
109 S Third St Phone 286R
ADSt t
tI I t
HAIR GOODSMade t e order
ILouvenkx Miller Old phone 374a
i HAIR WORKPhone 2114 Lil
lian Robinson
FOR SALE Dining room and bed
room furniture 32 C DrondwayI I
FOR WALL paper cleaning old f
phone 5793 Sam Walkor I
FOUND Refrigerators ranges
stoves etc at Williams C01 S 3d
WANTED To buy lurnlturu and
stoves O W Baugh UOE South
Third New phone 901 l
CLOTHING cleaned by Dalton Aa
always satisfactory Phone 685 DA I
ton does the best dyeing In tbe city
W1DEAWAKE Pressing clnbI
C01 Trimble Phone 129Ca h T
1loOH 1
FOR RENT = One downstairs front
room with bath Mrs Joseph > trQlJtl I I
424 South Third street
sewing machines adjusted free of
charge at F N Gardner Jr Co
Either phone 396 I
WE WASH lace curtains very care
fully Get them cleaner and whiter
than you could at borne Star Laun
dry Phone 200
FOR SALE Cotton seed feed at
Illinois Coal and Feed company 30
a ton while it lasts Sixteenth and
f en n eased 1
NEEDLES and repairs for all I
makes of sewing machines at FN
Gardner Jr Co 11411C South
Third street
strootI I > curtains need clean
ing You will make no mistake in I I
sending them to the Star Laundry
Phone 200
N1EDTo furnish your urn I
brell with a new cover or handlo
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
WANTEDwe put now covers on
umbrellas whole you wait Large
stock of umbrellas EyeSee Jewelry i
Co 316 Broadway
al U ROOF PAINT Arktlte
Rubber Roofing The kInd that
Noah would have used Phone
1DLA 1 I
BLACKSMITHING of all kinds i
wagon repairing horse shoeing a
specialty Tom Harton 222 Ken
tucky avenue KeI I I
WANTEDYou to get our propo
alUonWe Bell diamonds on easy
payments Broadway EyeSee ourproPQoI
1OR SALE hood condition horse
Works anywhere Big bargain for j
Phone 161 lS J
conveniences U 250 and U pert
week Gentlemen only 408 Wash
tagtcrpPhone7gor a4 L
YCUR name neatly printed on 3I
dozenhlgbgrade visiting cards 2 > 3c 1
postage paid J H McEwen SIS
Jones Paducah Kya
WANT to do your watch and Jew a
e11 repairing All work first class <
W N Warren Jeweler 403 Broad
GOVERNMENT employes wanted
Write for Paducah examination I
schedule Preparation free Prank
tin Institute Dept 101 M Rochester
S H HO TEN the tailor Clean i 11
lag pressing dyeing and repairing II
neatly done Ladles skirts and suits
a specialty 121 South Ninth Old
phone 338a <
WANTUIJ salesmen or ability I
and neat appearance to call on all
merchants In their territory elegant s
sideline convenient to carry good
commissions prompt remlttunce
Belmont Mfg Co Cincinnati ltIunceIJ IJ
EAST lt FRUITS Special l iStijji n
monli Just received finest grape fruit t t
allfomla pears and come of those 1
magnificent Oregon tippler 419
Broadway next Kozy theater I
LET M E GLEAN your wall paper
and make It good as new Prices l
t itonable Claude Creason phone
209 or leave orders with Frank I
1 iVahrs wall paper store 1
i WE STARCH lace curtains Just 1
the degree of stiffness that makpi
them I hang nicely and dry them upon r
frames that make them square andI I
stretch them smooth and even Star c
Laundry Phono 200
c KID GLOVES cleaned lOc to 26c
Neckties cleaned lOc hats 50c La
dies and gentlemens garments I
leaned pressed and repaired
French Cleaning and Dyers Co 113
South Fourth Now phone 480
ed repaired or dyed by our process t
AU dust and spots removed gar I
ments delivered In covered wagon
and promptly Ilarry f Dalton paoi
Apy person wanting hauling done on
short notice telephone me I will
send wagon and reliable driver aC
once Horses already hitched afI I
drivers waiting Baggage wagon
meets aU train and boats Skcltons
Baggage and Delivery Service Dotb
phone 2281
FOR RENT Lodge room Thirrt
floor over Citizens Saving bank 7
room residence 6th and Washington
Cty steam heat and all modern con
veniences C large offices or boll
icoms over 206208 Broadway CUT
heat and all conveniences Jat P
Smith Both phones 67
LBAUN the barber trade Its easy
Few weeks completes Good field for
our graduates Our diplomas recog
nized everywhere Wo teach by our
own method of free clinic demon
II ratio ns examinations Catalogue
free Moler Barber Cataloguej I j
vllle Ky
1 I
Here are
some more
1 CleanUp
I CleanUpPrices
I Prices
iKar Linen Paper per b20d
GOO Sheets Typewriter Paper
for copies 25c
Typewriter Ribbons for Oliver
SmithPremier or Remington
guaranteed tOc
Standard darbon Paper BlocTc
1S Purple 8x13 Tvortti 2GO
this Bale for only l box IJ
Box of 250 Envelopes size C
XXX at box 25c
1 lot of Typewriter Paper at
less than cost just to clean
These prices hold until April
1 First to come gets our
choice offerings
DE Wilsons
313 Broadway
HOUSE fOr rent 1218 Clay
WANTEDSecond hand coaster
bicycle Mut be bargain Phone 257
FOIL SALE Klve < yrar old horse
Address Mc care Sun o
SHAMPOOINa and dyeing Old
phone 2 tit 712 S Sixth street
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
4ll Ndrth Seventh street >
L FOR RENT = Five room flat with
bath corner Seventh and Clay New
phono 1O70
FOR n TTwo 3room houses
Nos 431 and 433 Adams ftreet Ap
ply 302 N 7th Old phono 1325
BLACK MINORCA eggs for sale
1 per setting L E Theobold Old
phone 1427
WANTED An experienced man
to take care of horses and attend to
Y rd Must have references Phone
old 1595 VK
LSTOnsccnlh treet near
Broadway childs > white J pique coat
Return toSJ9 Jcfferccn ilewahll
WANTKD At once 4 salesmen 3
saleajidlea Call Newmans store 308
FOR SALE 4mibber tired run
aboutNa good condltlonr Reasonable
Twenty = dlntb AAil Adams Mf elI
FOR SALETjfoung gentle stylish
hared and runabout Address P O
Boxy 838
FOR ItLh IrOne steam healed
apartment in Qocbran apartraenU 4
rooms and bath W E Cochjran
sLEa R Gpol liar ufie torah 1 klqii
or house painting and wall decora
Ing Old phone 10G4 n
WELL seasoned poplar boxing dry
kindling good counters < Very cheap
Old > phone 973
STRAYED Light bay horse 10
hands high Return to 1117 N 12th
and receive reward i
FOR SALEOas stove In excel
lent condition First cost J1ST now
U Call 71R
son Springs from April 1 to October
Write a few days before you Start
John T Sherron Prop
FOR llE > lfolvc room house
newly papered ontjTtwfr blocks from
C shops 19 per monthOld phone
FOR RENT Three largo connect
ng rooms big porch bath 7th and
Washington over WJnstead phar
macy Old phone 1880
FOR SIJlve room brick res
idence 704 Kentucky avenue All
modern conVenlences E AV Bock
mon Both phones 259 J
rletles thoroughbred fowls Address
P A Bagwell R F D No 4 or
roiL O P 7331
Tomorrow afternoon nt Wnllaco
Iko Brown colored was slashed
across the Tight arm near the elbow
at 030 oclock last night In an al
tercation on Kentucky avenue be
tween First and Second streets with
Pete Harris colored Brown was
taken to the city hall arid City Phy
ilclan W J Bass took six stitches
to close the wound
2 OClock
To Metropolis and Joppa and
Faro Round Trip 23 cents
Good Music and a Vlwiaiit
Time Assured Oo cud enjoy
the Spring Time
Boat Returns at f p m

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