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The Paducah sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1898-1906, June 05, 1903, Image 2

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f THE GROOM INDICTED
a Four Hours Before lime for the
Wedding
Secretary Moody to Leave the C sbi
net Monks Come to
Kentucky
OTHER TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF
GROOM INDICTED FOR MURDER
i Mexico ET June 6 Indicted for
murder in theHnecond Tdeoreo four
1 hours before he led a bride to the altar
li the sad experience of Clarence >
Barnes a prominent young Republi
can attorney oftblsclty Mr Barnes
was married tollss Ruth liakeman
one of Mexioosjf alrcst and most prom
inent society girls at 880 oclock last
night by Rev Fielding Marvin The
ceremony was performed at the Prom
enade street Methodist church before a
fashionable audience Four hours
previous the Audraln county grand
jury had returned an Indictment
against the groom charging murder In 1
the second degree The court admit
ted the defendant to bond In the sum I
of 10000 the bond being filled out at j
once by some of the mod prominent I
citizens of Mexico
Clarence Barnes became involved Int t
a terrific street battle In front of tbeI
Mexico poitoffice with Representative r
Rhodes Clay on Thursday afternoon c
July 10 1902 Pistols were the weap I
ons and the firing was done at close
range Clay being mortally shot andt
dying an hour later t
MOTHER DIED FOR CHILD t
Cadiz June 5Lucy Garnett cola
r ored and her little daughter attempt tl
ed to cross a swollen stream near in
Herndon when the child fell from a
log into the water The woman iroad
+ an effort to rescue her daughter also d
fell into the stream and was drown I
ed The child succeeded in reaching 01
h the bank In lafetyfl
SECRETARY MOODYtr
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TO LEAVE CABINET
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Washington June 5It is an jj
nounced authoritatively that Becre f <
tar Moody tf the navy will not re
main in the cabinet longer than the I u
present term of President Roosevelt n
Mr Moody expects then to resume the I 1 w
practice of law I lIE
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CANT USE TELEPHONES
Goshen Ind June 5The old order Icvat
of German Baptists whose national w
conference closed toda1Ir
at Wakarnsa today
voted not to permit their memMrs f o the
use telephones in their homes Five cc
4 thousand people attended the confer t
Cne larty I
NEW RAILROAD TREASURER fe
Uadlz June 5At a meeting of the
directors of the Cadiz Railroad Co bid
Oapt F G Terry was elected trees for
tt rarer of the company to succeed Ed
ward n Street rellgnedm
GOES TO LOUISVILLE
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c IMPORTANT NATIONAL MEET
ING TO BE HELD THERE for
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The national convention of the I and
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Knights of Columbus which has Bey
oral members in Paducah will be held I 8615
In Louisville next June Themetrop w
oils won after a spirited contest atoe
New Haven Conn
The Knights of Columbus is one ofre r
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the biggest secret organizations in the I al
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suffering from the debilitating effects s I
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CHARGES WERE FILED
And the Electric Light Muddle
Comes to a Head
Much Routine Bnilnnoe Transacted By
the Board of Aldermen
Last Night
SEVERAL ORDINANCES CHANGE
The board of aldermen met last
rnight In regular session with all l memo
iiirberl present
tarThe report of the library committee
aiming that only 888 would be left
out of the 135000 donated by Mr
leiCarnegie and that the city would have
to appropriate sufficient money with
which to itock the building with
books and shorting was read and reo
erred
heferred
A receipt from Treasurer Kraus fran or
the tax books which were received
from the clerk was filed
The board ordered payment of the
1300 judgment recently filed in the
baM of Wurth against the city
The printing bill against the city
lodged by the NewiDemocrat was reo 1
aterred to the clerk for examination n I
and if found to bo correct to be paid I
Mayor Teller presented the papers
inIIled with him by the light committee e I
Ieleverl days ago in which charges ofI
neglect incompetenoy and the tale of
city material without reporting thet I
1lime wero made against Hnperintcn I
dent Harry Wallace of the city eleoI
trio light plant Mayor Teller state d t
that he bad impended Mr Wallace t
this month pending the examination t
and the motion to try the charges by
the entire board next Wednesday night a
open session wad carriedI
The proposition made by the 1 0
road in which it agrees to give to Pa 0
1ducab the Clark itreet property forp
500 and the privilege of running another
Ie
other spur track down Ninth itreet alIe
as Harrison was 11100I
E O Terrell was awarded the con II
tract for grading and graveling of
14th itreet between Broadway and
Monroe streets for 34 cents per lineal J
foot
A contract giving E Berry the prlv
ilege of trying his patent imoke con
lamer to the city electric light plant
wan ratified This will be of no ex
penie to the city unless a success
Pipe necessary to build a lewer
vas turned over to Mr Bam Llebcl
who claims that the itreet grade in
front of his property ii not right and
water stands on the property The
cod will amount to f 40
The matter of the city placing a
Once between Mr Sam Iileboli prop
erty and the city pest house wu reo
ferredThe
The mayor was ordered to receive
bids for the printing of city ordinance
distribution
The payment of balance on tho city
map made by Mr W W Lyon was
referred The city hal refuted to pay
this bill on the allegation that the
map U Incomplete
Ed Eaker was awarded the contract
grading and graveling an alley be
tween Seventh and Eighth Oaldwell
Norton streets
The treasurers report showing f 8
86549 collected during the post month
with 922034 expenditures was reo
ceived aud filed
Bills amounting to 1852889 the
regular accounts against the city were
allowed
A bill for 170 was allowed the com
mercial club for their expenses In con
ducting visitors contemplating the lo
cation for an industry over the city
William Augustus exaulitant fire
chief was allowed a bill of 110 for
ohletseveral
several months salary
First passage was given the ordi
nonce granting the L O road the prix
liege of running a spur track across
Myen itreet
Pint passage was given an ordi
nance granting the I O privilege to
n a spur track to the BcottKoger
house at Washington and First street
The ordinance granting the I O
CI
over North Ninth from Trimble to
Harrison streets wai given first pass
weFlrit
First passage was given the bill pro
viding for paved streets throughout
business portion of the the city
idea having been suggested by
Mayor Yelner several days ago
The ordinance fixing the salary of
city solicitor at 900 per year was
and the amount changed to 1 +
per year The salary of the city
attorney whose office was kept separ
eparlato I
P
1720 originally but waif changed to
800 per annum and both ordinance
given first passage
The ordinance fixing the city asses
100le
leper year for an aiiistat was given
first passage givenI I I
The ordinance fixing the salary of
the city treasurer at 1800 per annum i I
was read and on motion of Alderman I
Ohamblln with seconds from Alder
men Singleton and Starka the amount
was cut to 1500 and lint passage
given the ordinance
The ordinance granting the N O
and St L road the privilege of cross
ing Meyert with a spur track wai giv
en first passage
The monthly report of fire chief
Woods was received and filed
The water company was ordered to
eitend Its mains on Madison streets be
tween 17th and 18th streets and also
fton South Tenth street
The water company was given the
privilege of excavating in front of its
IIltrationh
plant
eA complaint was lodged against the
I O road by Alderman Ohamblln who
itated that the company had been
blocking Tennence street by leaving
cars across he crossing too long Agent
John Donovan who was pfesentprom
lied to rectify the matter
An ordinance was ordered brought
In providing for Improvements to
South Tenth itreet between Elizabeth
and Husbands streets by grading and
graveling
gravelingThe
The street Inspector was ordered to
repair defective drainage on Meyers
street
An investigation was made relative
to what had been done toward repair
Ing the defective Broadway pavements
and city engineer Washington stated
that he had received bids from contrac
tore and would hand them in to the
mayor today for opening
The Independent Telephone Co was
ordered to repair the alley between
Broadway and Court First and Sec
and street which had been left In bad
condition by the men excavating for
polesMarihal
Marshal Crow was instructed to
look after the porters who persist in
sleeping trash from business bonus
Into the streets
On motion the board adjourned
Steamboat Inspectors Stockham and =
Ureen are here I +
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We Have Just What
You are Looking for
in Summer Suits N
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Mens Underwear and Hosiery Negligee Shirts in snappy pat
Mi terns The newest line of Neckwear at popular prices
Mens twopiece Suits in allwool Crash
dainty patterns perfect fitting sold regularly
at 750 our price while they last
500
Mens twopiece suits In all wool Cheviots
and flannels In dainty stripe effects in blue and
grey at
750
We have all the new shapes in Mens
Straw Goods Just received a big line of Boys
Straw Hats at
25 cents
fens Negligee Shirts The prettiest ever
shown for the money They are full cut at 480
We have a better line from
JOO to J50
Mens Underwear in plain Balbriggan and
and fancy it
48 cents a suit
Mens half Hose Lace Stripe fancy
patterns at
12 J2c a pair
t
Our Entire Dry Goods Stock and
s
Notions at less than cost
to Close Out
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Economical Cash GROCERS
SaturdayI I
I Friday and Saturday
IMaraschino I Cherries large quart Bottles regular
price 75 cents our price per bottle
IA I Bottle of Maraschino Pine Apples regular
price 50 cents our price per bottle
ISchneiders I Salad Dressing large size bottles reg
ular price 35 cents our price per bottle
IMedium I size bottles regular price 25 cents our price 20 cents = I I
1 Black Eyed Peas per pound 4c I
12I 2A
I A few packages of Currants left
at per package only
13
24cl
6 Pounds Lump Starch 24c
16 24CI I
Good Whisk Brooms lOc
13
13
Packages of Malta Vita for
only
Pounds Fancy Carolina Rice
for only
one pound Cans Bull Head
Oysters for only
twopound cans Standard
Tomatoes only
25cl5cl
5cl
25c I
19c1
I Sun Dried Apples a lb 8c I
Festino Festino
Festino
See Them Something New
FESTINOFESTINO
FESTINO
On Sale Friday and Saturday ONLY
Melts in your Mouth
Finer than Cake
Coxs Gelatine regular price in A
15c it is heap at our price of I Uu
Only a few packages left
60 cents I 1
38 cents I 1 II
25 cents I I
Shredded Cocoanut 1 <
Only a Few
Pounds Left
lOc a Pound
Ginger Snapsi
Snaps5c i
5c a Pound
Grandmas Washing Pow 4
der 3 lb pkg 10c 1 12 lb 4c
Sc Package Macaroni 3c
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Fresh Bread per Loaf 3c Hot Biscuits per Dozen 5c
TEN STORES l
Jake Biederman Grocery and Baking Co

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