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Kr dartr wnrrLirr > 911 pni
Arrival
Arrives 125 p m from NashTll
Sfwmphls and all Southern point
Arrive 816 p m from Nashvlll
Memphis and all Southern point
760 L m train connect at Hol
tow Rock Jet with chair car sad
Buffet Droller for Memphis
110 p m train connects al Hol
low Rock Jet with chair car sal
aDUt Broiler for NsshTlll
r i H VeIlaBt city Ticket A paL
lift Broadway
B B Bnrnhaw Aceat nftK ail
Kertom BU
K II Prather tit train Depel
L O TIME TADLB
OorrecU4 to Kortmbrr 14th nOt
Arrive Pdaek
D nliTllU CUcloaaU tut 161 aa
LoutvlilY416 pa
LouttTllle Cincinnati seat 110 pm
Mphli N Orleans south 128 pm
Mphli N Orleans south 1120 am
Mayfleld and Fultoa 740 am
Cairo Fulton Mayfleld 000 800 pm
Princeton and Evllle kn > M 110 pm
Princeton and Evllle 416 pm
Prlncetoa and Hopvllie 100 am
Cairo Bt Louts Chicago 73G am
Cairo St Louli Chicago 800 pm
Vetllf Carbdale St L1100 am
Uetll Carbdale 8L Lor SIC pm
Lava PadtaL
Lanlirllle Cincinnati east 121 am
Louisvillee IGO am
LouliTllle Cincinnati eait 1126 am
UempbU N Orleans south 157 am
Memphis N Orleans south 615 pm
Mayfleld and Fulton r 420 pm
Mayfleld Fulton Cairo x 130 am
Princeton and Evllle M 0 133 am
Princeton and Evllle 1126 am
Princeton and Hoprllle 140 pm
Cairo St Louli Chicago < 910 am
Cairo St Louie Chicago 620 pm
MeflU Carbdale St L 940am
Uallli Carbdale SU L 420 pm
J T DONOVAN Ait
City OfOM
R XATHER Act
BmlOB Depot
Cmubcrlnnd Hirer Steamboat Co
EXCURSION BKASox NOW ox I
Take a trip on tho beautiful
SIR NASRVIILE
Jas R Tyner T SI Gallagher
Master Clerk
Faro to Nashvllle360
Nashville and return 500
Leaves Tuesday and Saturdays
at GOO p m
Meal and Bertha Included
For rales of freight and passen
gore call wharf boat phones fit
IV W lAU m T1m Gen > Ur
Nashville TenD
ILLINOIS CEXTHAL
EXCURSION HULLKTIX
New Orleans La Annual
Order Nobles of tho M > etlo
Shrine Dates of salo April 8
9 10 and 11 1910 Return
limit April 26 with privilege of
extension until May lJlh upon
payment ot flOO additional
Round trip rate S 1705
Very low Colonist rates to
Pacific coast Aud northwestern
points on salo until April 16th
1910 Inclusive
San Francisco Loa Angeles
and San Diego Cal tho rato
Is I S3335
S3335Portland
Portland Ore Tocoma
Seattlo Spokane Wash and
Victoria DO tho rate is I
13676
13676Memphis
Memphis Tenn Aviation
meet Dates of ealo April Cth
and 8th Return limit April
10 1910 Round trip 520
Little Rock Ark Cojifor
onco for Education in tho
South Dates of sale April 4th
5th and Cth Return limit
April 11 1010 Round trip
rata 1090
Washington D CAlmua
continental congress Daughters
of tho American Revolution
Dates of salo April 13th 14th
amt 15th Return limit May 2
1910 Round trip rato 3045
9 r DONOVAN
Agent City Office
K MPRATHER
MPItATIHtRT
T A Union Depot
OUR display ofjwomens high grade
footwear for spring and summer I
wear is a perfect revelation in shoe ex
cellence
Wovo never boforo shown so fine a stlckJ J
Many lines are mado on lasts and from applications ot our
own choosing 1j 1 VUlJJaU
Light and neat Shoes nro It this season
Tho now toes are narrower heels higher 1
1
In tho bettor grades and extremo styles very high Cuban
heels predominate i
Lace or button whichever you prefer
Any lady with a taste for handsome shoes can bo dUll
fled and gratified here
barge 9riee flange 150 up to 4
I
a
ROOF
SPECIALISTS
We patch and paint old roots
and put on new ones on short
notice No roof troubles wo
cant remedy Only excluslr
business of the kind In city
I
M B Paint and i
Roofing Mfg Co
Old Phone 12IBA
a T LOUIS AND TEXXKS8KB
RIVER PACKET COMPANY
Incorporated
XCUR8IOX TO TEXNKSSO
TEiNBSSDIUVER
RIVER
lt tamar Clydt eery Vedaesaay aL
i J M
learner Kentucky rrtrr laturday
at 5 y a
Only 1800 for the round trip of five
days Visit the Military National
park at Plltsburg Landing
for any other Informatln apply to
the PADUCAH WHARFBOAT CO
agents JAMES KOGER Supl
SIGNSI I
Brass
Gloss
GlossElectric
Electric
Emblematic
BoardWire
Wire
Make us n rough sketch
give the space the sign is
to occupy and we will
mnko a design frco of
charge
Rubber Stamps mado to
order and office supplies
carried in stock
IMail I Orders Given Prompt
Attention
Diamond Stamp Works
115 S 3rd SI Phones 358
PAYING
INVESTMENTS
INVESTMENTS12room
12room doubletenement on
BOxlCCfoot lot Rcnta for
JGO a monthHOOO
7room frame dwelling 60 foot
loj South Fourth streotU
000 easy payments
2 2room houses on Denton
road 100 foot 10tl00
WILL R HENDRICR
Fire Insurance and Real
Estate
Old phone 007r Room No 0
Truehart Bldg
HORSESHOEING
Wo havo an experienced force
and guarantee perfect sntlsfac
tlon i
Horseshoeing and rubber tires
Wo clip horses too
ATWOOD 4 MONGER
PHONES
Old 708 Now 017
ill JE1TFEIISOX
ian Intch Xcw Motor Boat
Dud Quarles has chrlstcnefl his new
motorboat Dan Patch and fee ex
pecta to skim over tho water at al
most tho pace tho namesake can trot
over tho land Next Thursday tho In
InIIUal
Ittal trial trip will bo given tho mo
tor and it is expected to mako tho
round trip to Metropolis in an hour
The run to Ilrookport has been made
In eight and onehalf minutes I
Tho Evening Sunl0e a Week
YOUNG MEN
PABSTS OKAY SPECIFIC
Does the work You all A fin
know it by reputation Pricey vi
nt SALE BY J H OEHLSCHLAECER
Grand Hotel
NEW YORK CITY
A Famous Home With A I
NEW ANNEX 1
On Itroadtvay at 511st Street
Near rcnnaylvnnln It It Terminal
In Operation February 1st
A house made famous through
Its splendid service and personal
attention to patrons tho Grand
OrandI P I
counts Its friends by the thou I
sands Army and Navy people
stop here as do all experienced
travelers For more excellent
living facilities quiet elegance
and sensible prices are hardly
obtainable elsewhere
As for transportation facilities I
New Yorks subways elevated and j
surface cars are all practically at
tho door Theaters and atI I
districts also Immediately at band
Splendid Moorish dining bandI I
aro but ono of the many famous
features of tho New Annex
ABSOLUTELY RElJCOOK
Rntcs 41nO PcFlay Upward
GEORGE F IIURLDERT
Prcs and Gcnl Mgr
also Sherman House Jamestown
NY
NYOuldo
Guido to Now York with maps
and special rate card sent upon
request
Look at the
I CompaniesBehind
Behind Your
Fire Insurance
A few weeks ago In a very
nearby town ono of tho most
prominent merchants lost his
entire stock of goods by fire
Ho was fully insured ho
thought
Whon time for settlement
came however ho found tho
ono company In which he had
tho biggest insurance was In
solvent BROKE and tho loss
wiped tho merchant out or
bUlllnossj j u llfl I
tdt
OUR COMPANIES
ARE THE STRONGEST
IN THIS COUNTRY
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A L WElL CO
M Fkoies 3W Resldtace I 72i
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MRS CARTER
CARTERDENIES
DENIES GUILT
WIIAT TRANSPIRED IX HEU
ROOM SHU TELLS tOUT
Defense Close After Introducing I
Three Witnesses Itclying on tho
Testimony of Defendant
DR WKXDEL DID XO WRONG
Aberdeen Miss April 2Whe
I would bo glad to do anything to t
help John out of his trouble I was I
not willing to slander my character t
and that of a dead man I
As soon as John Carter had told to
tho Jury that part of his story cut off J
by tho state relative to flmUng Dr I
Wendol end his wife in a cornrpromte 1
Ing situation to her room just booI I
tore the shooting Mrs John Carter I
with tho above remarks gave out a I
signed statement denying that tho I
physicians conduct toward her had 1
been In tho least Improper Dr Won I
del did not do anything but give her I
a hypodermic for nervousness she 1
says arid examine her heart action I
This latter lio was engaged in dong 1
when John Carter entered and said j
I havo caught yotf this time Dr 1
WcrtdeL to which the physician re I
plied Thats sot 1
a I am going to kill you for that
Robert tho husband exclaimed and
Dr Wttidol answered I
All right 1
Mrs Carter had expected to go 1
upon the witness stand for her bus I
band but silo had believed the 83SI I
that his story would be In line with
her statement For the prosecution
undor the taws of Mississippi die can
not teestlfy end the defense In the i
trial of her husband for murder
close its I case without her
After hearing of Carters testimony I
she sent for District Attorney Strange
To him the said While I would be
glad to do anything to help John out
of his trouble I was not wlHtog to
slander my character and that of a
dead man with statements that were
i false WIIR Self 1osses ed ereI I
I
I Sirs Carter was perfectly roUpoel 1
ses eod when the discussed tho toptl
imony I of her husband but that sho I
was determined to vindicate her char
acter for her peoples sake was
apparent ire the light of her eyo U81 t I
In tho purposeful droop of her mouth
Sho turned to ono of the women
friends with her at the hotel in a
womenI I
wavering moment that could not be I
jconocalcd and asked Aro you euro
uroII I
now She scorned indignant Bra i I
sho had not been told what Carter
would testify but sho had boom ns
und by the district attorney she t
mid that her denial > wouM not reach I
the Jury now weighing Cartere nets
in the scales of Justice J
usUreI
A part of Carters testimony
waning out under a tedious crossex
arnlnatlon she said she had long
known this was covering tho drive
In the earlor part of the night of the t
tragedy which ho took with a man 1
adn two young women a bonflro by
the country roadeMe and wioe
Ithe t19 Carter was dressed as usual
tin fashionable black showing < to fun t
advantage her almost classic beauty
Back at the court house crowded i i
with men > and women the won anin
who came yesterday to bo with Mrs
Wemfa 1 came today without her
John Darter had again toW tho I
othor sldo of hits triple aided It t
tragedy Before tho famtly of tho
man ho shot to death ho retraced I
his movements otmnectod with his I
finding of Dr AVendoT and airs Car
tor ai alleged violation of the sanctity
of his homo
homoOiirtcr
Carter on the Stand
Carter was put upon tho stand
whon Judge Mitchell announced his I
doclslonttint tho difficulty from tho
events at Mrs Casters room 10 the
Pickle House to tho shooting at tho
Clopton was continuous and could
bo lOlatod to tho Jury Under three
hours rapidfire CIO exnmtnaUon
Carter exhibited steady composure
end scarcely a dent was made in his
original testimonijT
With only two more witnesses W
D Carter and Ernest Walton who
roomed at the Pickle Howrc and had
hoard Carters threats but did not
see what transpired at Mrs Carters
door Jho defense rested
Notice to Hidden
Sealed bids will be received at my
office untli jnoon on the 5th day of
April 1910 end then opened for tho
following work
t For grading tho dirt roads of
AlcCracken county Dlds will be re
ceived by districts No bidder will
be awarded more than ono district
except tho Fifth and Sixth districts
Specifications instructions to bidders
contract and bond will be furnished
upon application to J R > Thompson
supervisor of roads of McCrackon
county
No bids received after tho time
set for opening of proposals will be
lonsldorod Tho county reserves tho light to
roject any and all bids
For further Information we county
OLd supervisor
supervisorJ THOMPSON
Supervisor of Roads
Tho first boat built especially for
tho 1000 ton New York barge canal
arrived In New York a short time
ago They consist of a steam power
boat and five barge oA Thbj + brought
down on they first trip a cargo of I
83000 P bushels of pats Of1 1
a
P c
MADE A TRUST
COPERPETUAL
WHRX NEW YOUK LIFE GOT
BUSY HILL WKXI THHOUOH
Browne Thought Supt HolclikLss
Acted Illegally in Giving Pub
IkJJjr to Affairs
CIIARTKR IIKLD UP FOR TIME
Now York April 2Tho story of
the plan of Stewart Browne banker
of this city and Edward B McCaU
now supreme court Justice to estab
lish a gigantic financial Institution
with power to do anything and with
perpetual life was told toy + Mr
Browne when Superintendent Hotch
kIss resumed the insurance investiga
lion
UonThe
The witness said ho had been con
nected with tho New York Life In
surance company as confidential rep
resentative of tho late John A Me
Call the president Mr Browne mid
ho was tho organizer of the Interna
tional Banking and Trust company
and was at one time vicepresident
of tho National Surety company Ho
said he dd not promote tho Interna
tk nat Banking and Trust company
as a rqpresentative of Mr McCall or
the Now York Life
Mr I Browne said that a special
charter was sought for tho Interna
tional Banking lied Trust company
because we wanted to have a cor
poratlojr with all the powers of are In
dividual Wo wanted to be able to
do anything
Hun n Pawn Shop
The company was incorporated as
fro American Bond and Mortgage
Guarantee company and soon after
tho charter was obtained tho com
pany was changed Into the Interna
tional because it would have been
harder to getthe chatter after It had
been known that it was for a trust
company
companyThe
The charter passed into the pres
ent Trust Company of America as a
result of a merger
It gave the company power to Tun
a pawn shop or grocery store or to
do anything else desired to Issue
stock without limit and with the
omalq office in New York to establish
branches throughout tho United States
or elsewhere
It was even provided at first that
the company should be exempt from
the supervision of tho state banking
department but this one stricken out
It developed that the witness would
not allow Mr Hotchktes to Investl
gato the stock transfer books of the
International empanj now in the
Mercantile National bank
Thought HotclikUs Wrong
The Mercantile is the successor of
the Seventh National bank which
mode certain loans with stock of the
International company as collateral
Mr Browne thought that Mr
Hotchklss awns < acting illegally in slv
fog publicity < to confidential affairs
Tho charter MM was held up tnt
committee for a long time but finally
then
session and sons signed by Governor
Roosevelt after the legislature ad
journed
journedMy
My own belief is said Mr
Drowno that tho Republican ongand
ased
edthey learned that tho bill originated
In tho New York Lifo building tho
opposition was withdrawn
In Bankruptcy
Notice of first meeting of creditors
In tho District Court of the United
States for tho Western District of
Kentucky In bankruptcy
In tho matter of Charles H Crouch
bankruptTo
To the creditors of Charles H
Crouch of Paducah In the county of
McCracken and district aforesaid a
bankrupt Notice Is hereby given
that on the 31st day of March A D
1910 the said Charles II Ctouch was
duly adjudicated bankrupt and that
the first meeting of his creditors will
be t held at my office In Paducah Mc
Cracken county Kentucky on tho
15th day of April A D IDlO at 3
oclock In the afternoon At which
time tho said creditors may attend
prove their claims appoint a trustee
examine the bankrupt and transact
such other business as may como
properly before said meeting
EMMET W BAGBY
Referee In Bankruptcy
Paducah Ky April 2 19W
He Wanted More
A suburban chemist had been
advertising his patent Insect powder
far and wide One day a man rushed
Into his shop and said excitedly
Glvo mo another halt pound of
your powder quick please
Oh remarked the chemist as
ho proceeded to fill tho order Im
glad you like tho powder Good
Isnt ItT
ItYes
Yes replied the customer I
have one cockroach very 111 If I give
him another half pound holl die
Ladles Home Journal
X Y SAMPLK SIIOK STORK
Wo have Just received a full
lino of mens sample low cutsI I
consisting of the FamousI I
e Crossett WalkOver and Doe
tonlan shoes Also ladles ana
childrens oxfords and pumps
of all styles All at Half Price
MORRIS KMttX
iKI roadway
1IJ r
i
i FLYING MACHINES
Are All Right
I But house flies arc a pest bringing all kinds of favors and
contagious diseases into your homo
Their fayorlto roosting placo Is on your bald head or tho end
of your nose
Our well mado screens for doors and windows save you sick
ness doctors bills and your religion
They aro mortised throughout all tho lumber being well seas
oned tho wire of tho very best hard wlro that holds its shapo and
stands tho strain
Our prices aro down our goods up to tho highest standard
Guaranteed sprinkling hoso a specialty
HART = LOCKWOOD CO
< Incorporated
127 South Third Street
W P PAXTON
Iw I President
n RUBY
RUD0uli1e1
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
11It1 J
Third and Broadway
Stile Depository
Capital 11 1IITt1tTtrIrrrer01I ors a m1 et01II0III08I r f 100 08f
JJnrPlus mrcrC1hT ToUiot II TOTCI VT I 60009
tockbolders liability raR nnuvtni rrtnsucr 100001
Total security to depositorssa r1COvTItII nnot nn2SOOOt
INTEREST PAID ON TIMEJDEPOSITS
oPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS FROM 7 TO 0 OCLOCK
Calabash Pipe Gourds
Tho South African calabash or
gourd from which expensive pipes
aro made thrives In all parts of tho
United States says Popular Mechan
ics Tho article states
The pipes are formed from the
crooked necks of tho gourd tho nat
ural shape of the gourd becoming
the nhtural shape of the pipe The
pipes aro tho lightest Ire the world
for their size are graceful In shape
color like meerschaums and provide
i a delightfully cool smoke Out at
present they are almost prohibitive
because the American dealers al
J J P Prirtn Alt I
AsalsUB Cashier
though Importing thq gourd at prices
ranging from 50 cents to 2 per doz
en cell them In the madeup pipe at
prices ranging from C to 12 each
Thero is no cough medicine so pop
ular as Foloyfa Honey and Tar It
never falls to cure coughs colds
croup and bronchitis Gilberts drug
store
Originally mado merely for orna
mentation electric light shades now
are designed along purely scientific
lines to diffuse or reflect tho light
with tho greatest economy
ESTABLISHED 1874
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
PADCCAII KENTUCKY
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 400000
200000
Shareholders Responsibility i Ie i a K
Total Responsibility to Depositors 600000
O D HUGHES President JOS L FRIEDMAN Vice President
J C UTTERBACK Cashier C E RICHARDSON Asst Cashier
INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS
DIRECTORS
A E ANSPACHER 8 B HUGHES S A FOWLER J L FRIED
MAN J O UTTERBACK DR J G BROOKS BRACK OWEN
Perfect
<
Ii a hard goal However
HANNANS
Plumbers and Steam Fitters arc lup to snuff
and give general latiiiaction Let us con
vince you
Both Phones 201 133 S Fourth St
Great Bargains in
Second = hand
Automobiles
Every one of these cars is in good condition and
BIG value at the price
20 horse power 5 passenger Rambler 250
30 horse powerS passenger PopeToledo
Ask for price
1909 model 10 Buick run only 500 miles
will Bell for onefifth off regular price
Model T Ford run 6000 miles cOlt950for 800
Model 10 Buick run 6000 miles 300
Model S Ford run 10000 miles COlt 700 for 400
Foreman firesham
124 North Fifth Street

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