PAGE TWELVE PADUCAH EVENING SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1924, Evenio Soil RATES lV4o PER WORD EACH INSERTION; .7 tic FOR -SIX. CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS PHONE 868 FOR AN AD TAKER. The Evening Son la member of Tli Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Hanasers which Includes leading newspaper throughout the country and ha for Its aim the elimination of fradulant and misleading classified advertising. The Sun a well as every other member of the Association, endeavors to print only truthful Want-ads and will appreciate having its attention called to any advertisement not conforming to the highest standards of honesty. (13) AUTOMOBILES YOU'LL, FIND service and quality Call 211 Goodrich Quality Tires . Free Road Servie FOREMAN AUTOMOBILE CO. TIRE DEPARTMENT. Use PEACOCK Aiato Polish on your car and give it that smooth, glossy, velvet appearance. Full rint G0 cents AUTO PAINTING ELLIOTT'S PAINT SHOP 1719 BROADWAY U-DRIVE-IT Rent a car, day or night. Calissl Motor Co., Fifth & Jefferson. Both phones 106. FOR SALE Ford. Roadster, Just completely overhauled; new rear system. 1921 model. Good condition, an excellent buy for some one. Moore Motor Co., Third and Monroe. REAL SERVICE OUR PRICE FOR CHARGING FORD BATTERIES $1.00 one day service call the wrecker day or night gas at cost for FORDS WEIGHT'S GARAGE CALL 566 EVERYTHING FOIL THE FORD ECONOMY GARAGE WE CHARGE Ths battery, not the man UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Batteries re-charged $1.00 FREE Inspection FREE Water KILCOYNE ELECTRIC CO. 102 B'way. rhones 580 HIDE ON MICHELIN Balloon type comfort . cord tires, your tires taken in exchange RIGLESBERGER MOTOR CO. Fourth and Jefferson. BRING YOUR starter and generator work to C. & C. Garasc. Experienced man. All work guaranteed. (5) BUSINESS SERVICE LET'S PLEASE THE WHOLE FAMILY WITH A PHOTO HAVE IT Taken at SACRA'S STUDIO Wallpaper cleaning, old 1057. TRY OUR hair cutting and bobbing. Barter & Williams Barber Shop, 112 South Fifth street. USED FURNITURE Just now we have many big values in used furniture. Come in, look them over. Our prices are low and easy credit termB may be arranged. Hub Furniture and Storage Co. PAINTING and paperhanglng. Why pay more when Parker will do It cheaper. New phone 1337. HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN are needed mora and more every day. Why not pet It? You arc entitled to it, don't be foolish and wait until your body i3 racked with pain. NEVILLE AND NEVILLE CHIROPRACTORS ROOFING AND REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS GEO. A. HANNIN You've tried the rest now try the best FOR RUGS AND FURNITURE CASH, or can arrange easy payment plans SEE RUDOLPH i ' 13th and Harrison TYPEWRITERS Rented, repaired Agents for Royal typewriters Howard D. Happy Co. 123 So. ItU. St, . Phone 21S I UCHMOUrAb WOKAJVN LOCKING VlUlSRtW I 1 . tftM x An aw. (I 1, W i Ml at . -""as STOCK, B R A D L E Try gold Bloom Cream, Milk and Butter Citv Consumers Co, RED0SPOT THE FJi;Kl KUX PAIWT LOCKWOOD PAINT AND GLASS COMPANY Phonea 42 129 South Third 8t. IF YOU WOULD HAVE IF DONE RIGHT WHETHER MOVING OR STORING HAVE IT CRATED AND SAVE IT ALL "LET GEORGE DO IT" ROCK'S STORAGE CO. 207 S. 3rd St. Phones 706 hOR BUILDINO or repairing, call Levi Brien. Nothing too big or too little. New 1827. HEMSTITCHING C18 Broadway. CON1 ""'.TING Joe riays. Old phone 2373. FOR SETTING grates and repair-Ins flues and common brick work, call Otho Bacon. Old phone 2969-W. (7) FOR SALE PICTURE FRAMES 35c and up E. D. REYNOLDS & CO. 109 S. Third Street. ONE COLLIE PUP $15.00 Don't call unless you want the best at this price OLD PHONE 144G VACUUM CLEANER, Royal, A-l condition. Real bargain if sold at once. 521 N. Fourth street., 1350 Old phone. GAS RANGE, radio and household goods. Old phone 1851-J; New 69. FOR SALE One kitchen cabinet and ono gas range. Cheap. Call Old phone 1893. WOOD FOR SALE. New 18G2. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Irish (Flags) purple or yellow $2 per dozen. Jonquils 50 cents per dozen. Add 10 cents for postage. Mrs. A. E. Steger, fil2 North Sixth street. Old rhoiifi 2152-W. WE ARE closing out entire stock of groceries aud auto accessories on Saturday, March 22nd, one day only, at sacrificing prices. !old in any quantity. This stock must be sold. All sales cash. R. H. Brummett's Store at Lamont, on Cairo road. FOR SALE Kitchen cabinet. Old phone 2543. FOR SALE Ono roll top desk. Old phone 3S5-J; New 385. FOR SALE New Model No. 11, Remington combination typewriter and billing machine. Both phones No. 25. FOR SALE Three chair barber shop; good location; price reasonable; la-tely excepted a traveling job. Apply A. O. O'Bryan, 1704. Broadway. BANANA OIU v " V By Milt Gross- ' Mow Vou'Oe 1 jT--) s- uuhaT's The ) I If I k 7 V'" (talkim-!! Th.S oh ITS ( pectr of tm.s jGfa (KiW-teCt-y -J - STRCTtY ( BANAWA L IJ . v : ' " THE GUMPS-JUST A LITTLE BIT OFF, DAIRY AND POULTRY Y ' B R O S. FOR SALE Walnut bedroom suitei Four piece. Cash price $99. Barksdale's, 117 (North Third. OLD FASHIONED BARBECUE-803 Washington. Old 1751. FOR SALE Two library tables. New phone 1723. REMINGTON UPRIGHT PIANO. New phone 397-M. 1152 N. 13th. OLD FASHION BARBECUE. 202 Clark. NEW GOOSE feathers for sale. New phone 2297. RUGS I have one of the most cc:nplete stoe'rs o:' rugs and floor coverings In the city. Cash or terms. Geo. W. Tidwell, 728 South Third. New phone 246. DRESSERS, washstand, iron bed, springs, cotton mattress, kitchen range, 1503 N. 12th. FOR SALE No. 8 Buck cook stove, perfect condition. 822 Washington. New phone 816. (1) ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished rooms, Mrs. Frank Fisher, 901 Jefferson. Old phone 326. FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping rooms,- 507 South Fourth street. Old phone 2595. FOR RENT Furnished downstairs room, 1147 Broadwy. Old phono 537. FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 316 South Sixth. New phone 1455. FURNISHED ROOMS, 506 Washington. Napoleon Apts. FOR BENT Two unfurnished rooms and garage. Old phone 2752. FOR RENT Three rooms and hall, partly furnished. 162 3 Harrison. FOR RENT Two rooms, furnished or unfurnished for light housekeeping. 1009 Harrison. NICELY FURNISHED room. Modern conveniences. 407 North Fifth. ROOMS for rent 321 S. Fourth. ROOM in private family, phone 983. New LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 227 N. Third. FURNISHED room In modern Apt. Close in. Old phone 1566. FURNISHED LIGHT housekeepin: room. 822 Jefferson. FOR RENT Desirable five rooms, Maple Terrace. Inquire Jno. A. Williams, Rowlandtown. FURNISHED steam-heated room in private home. Close in. 843-J Old. FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. 400 S. Third. FOR RENT furnished room, steam heat. 602 Washington. FOR RENT Four rooms. New phone 1210. FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent. J. Wes Troutman, 333 S. Seventh. THREE DESIRABLE rooms, with all conveniences. 513 N. Sixth. FURNISHED ROOM for rent, with board. Old phone 2878. F E E D S. FURNISHED rpom; close in. Old phone 2741. ROOM Unfurnished in Rawleigh apartments. Old 2238-J. 603 North Sixth street. FURNISHED room and kitchenette. All conveniences, 619 Ky. Ave. DOWN-STAIRS furnished room. 519 Ky. Ave. ROOM for gentleman only. New phone 1629. (15) MUSIC PHONOGHAPHS Violins, saxo phones and all other musical in struments repaired. LeRoy's. 514 Broadway. PIANO TUNING; satisfaction guar anteed. W. E. Dye, 100 percent graduate from New York. 518 Broadway. 573 Old. (8) WANTED MAGAZINES I am agent in Paducah for all magazines. Phone your subscrip tions today to MRS. C. P. BURNETT. Old 2214; New 1012. WANTED To exchange $85 vlo lin for vlctrola. Old phone 2417-W. Wanted to do your Crating. Let WeekeCdo 1L nows how. We also buy, sell and exchange Everything in furniture. Old phone 435-W. New phone 78 WANTED TO RENT Rooming house, by first of month. Close in. H. care Sun. WANTED TO RENT B'urnace heated, modern house; close' in; 7 to 10 rooms. B. M. S., care Sun. NOTHING too small or too large. We buy everything in furniture, stoves and rugs. Both phones 213. F. S. Ferron Furniture Co. WANTED Second-hand motor, two or three horse power, 110 or 220 volt. L. E. Cunningham. 015 phono 2163. (6) FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM apartment, 8th and Jefferson. Possession April 1st. Hot -water heat, all conveniences. W. R. Katterjohn, care City Baking Co. Phones 93. FOR RENT Five room apartment; modern conveniences. Apply 226 Ky. Ave., or Old phone 2049. STORE ROOMS for rent-two- Under Southern Hotel-Apply J. A. RUDY & SONS. FOR RENT Four room Apt., 603 South Fifth. Old 943-J. FIVE LARGE rooms for rent. Garage space and garden space. $20 per' month. 2105 Trimble. Old phone 2736. FOR RENT House, electric lights, garage and one acre garden, arranged for two families. Known as Bloomfield Place near Park. $35 per mouth. E. D. Thurman, 109 N. Fourth. B EST I N Q U A HOUSE FOR RENT 220 North Sixth. Apply 304 Broadway. FOR RENT Modern bungalow, four or five rooms. New phone 533 after 5 p. m. , ' (21) PERSONAL SERVICE Service at rAll Times Owen Bros, QUALITY CLEANERS Both phones , 406. Dotrvit Vapor OIL BTQWg Are you entirely satisfied with your cooking. 8ee the Red Star oil stove at RHODES-BURFORD CO. (14) REAL ESTATE I FOR REAL-ESTATE CALL "C C PACE BOTH PHONES FOR SALE Corner lot, one block from Jefferson. Old phone 1510. FOR SALE Four room bungalow. Practically new. New phone 1327. ,9) MISCELLANEOUS COAL! COAL! COAL! NUT $5.75 TON; GOOD LUMP $6.00 TON. CASH COAL CO. PHONES 1708. JOHN FLEMING, MGR. (4) EMPLOYMENT WANTED A "Go-Getter." Now successfully selling some line to retail grocers, to handle fancy line canned goods and food products. Liberal commission and protected territory to good man who can build up a big business. If you are now selling a line that will not conflict we will have no objection to your handling this In connec tion. A large St. Louis Whote sale Grocer. Address "Grocery Salesman," care Sun. WANT experienced shoe man; give reference and experience in first letter. Thurman's Bootery, OUR SANDWICHES contain some thing Desiaes Dread. Try one and sec for yourself. Chas. Zeiss. HEMSTITCHING DONE. 6c A YARD FOR THIRTY DAYS. BURTON'S FANCY WORK SHOP, 614 BROADWAY. UPHOLSTERING, REPAIRING, REFINISHING. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. J. W. STICE 705 JACKSON. NEW 1021; OLD 2423. (ID POULTRY EGGS-j-Buff Rock, 'thoroughbred Baker strain, $?.50 per 16, $7 per 100. Little chicks of same 20c each. Mrs. R. J. Meahl, Paducah, Route 7. FOR SALE Large Coal Brooder stove and canopy. New 1953. RHODE ISLAND REDS . SETTING EGGS AND DAY OLD CHICKS KELLY'S POULTRY PLACE 1934 BRIDGE ST. NEW 1953. THE TOP ... . . . vjmm L I T Y,- LOWES T P h WHITE ROCK certified laying stock, also hatching eggs for sale. Mrs. J. E. Craig. New ghone Lone Oak Exchange. BABY CHICKS AND HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE YOPP SEED CO. v 120 S. 2ND. CHICKS WISHBONE HATCHED; MODERATE PRICES: PTIBTC BRED STOCK; all popular varie ties; write for prices. ILLMO HATCHERY. P. O. Box 88, East St. Louis, 111. (2) LOST AND FOUND LOST Wrist watch, old gold, octagon shape. Reward if returned to Sun office. LOSTPants to child's Brown An gora sweater suit. Return to 628 North Eighth or call Old 2490. LOST Black leather purse con- taining check payable to Mrs. Ross H. Jones. Reward. Call 2802 Old, LOST Sunday morning. silk change purse, has two car checks. emerald ring, one bill and some change, finder please phone Mrs. Potteii 3200. LOST In post office; nose glasses in case. Phones 339. CAMEO PIN with pearl. Reward. New phone 1037. REVEAL MORE OF INSIDE STORY ON HEATON SHOOTING New Version Is Added to Slaying In Louisville "Torture House." (Associated Preaa Leaaed Wire) . LOUISVILLE, KY., March 13 Another version of events that transpired In the "torture house here immediately after the fatal shooting of Richard Heaton has been placed in the growing record of the mystery. Added interest was attached to this account be cause It came from a person hitherto unidentified with the case. - Dr. E. -R. Clark was quoted today as having said he was called to the scene from his home a few blocks away and that he was pres ent when Heaton died. Neither William Gates, who claimed he shot Heaton after the latter, had held him prisoner while he prepared to mutilate tire captive for jealous revenge; Mrs. Heaton, quoted in a statement to officials to the effect that she reached the house Just before the slr.ying and was present when her husband died, or Dr. H. E. Schoon-over, the first person, so far as had been disclosed, to reach the scene after Heaton was shot, had mentioned the, fact that Dr. Clark was in the house. . "As I went in" Dr. Clark's ac count of his part in the case, said. I saw Dr. Schoonover talking to a very large man, who was strug gling into an overcoat, and a smaller man. ... I don t know who Dr. Schoonover was talking ----- .ww ywvo srvvtVE HMft IN on PR I 0 E e 3 3 9 to. I've been wondering' ever since." , ? Dr. Clark then related how he went upstairs, found Heaton dy ing, a woman he' now believes it was Mrs. Heaton, kneeling beside him. Heaton died and Dr. ClarM went downstairs and outside the house to inform Dr. Schoonover. Re-entering the house, his state ment concluded, he found the woman had come downstairs. She was talking to men who were taking notes and it was only then he learned the man upstairs had been slain and was not a victim of an accident. He then went back to his home. Dr. Schoonover, however was quoted as having said that except for the dying man, Mrs. Heaton and himself, there was no one In the house when Dr. Clark arrived He added that he was not engaged in conversation with anyone when Dr. Clark entered the house. Babe Slams Ball But Can't Place It Right (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, 'March 13. All of the world's champion New York Yankee . regulars were in training' today at New Orleans except Bob Meusel, who is nurs ing Injuries. Hpwever, Pitcher Bob Shawkey, who is in camp. had not yet signed a contract, and Earle Combs, a likely recruit has been delayed in reporting, Babe Ruth tried desperately to hit long distances but succeeded only in getting balls over the grand stand.. He fouled so many which eager youngsters scooped up that Manager Hugglns began to worry so the Bambino blamed the effects of Influenza on his eyes. Disappointed by his defeat Tuesday by St. Louis, Wilbert Robinson shook the Brooklyn in field and in' today's game with the Phillies at Clearwater will shift Jimmy Johnston from third to short, displacing Moe Berg, and send High to third. $100,000 In Gold Found In Walls Of Old House (Associated Press Leased Wire) ANN ARBOR, MICH., March 13. Gold coin estimated at $100,- 000 has been found here in a secret compartment of an old house that was being torn down, according to Adrian Leever who is de molishing the building to make way for the erection of . an apart ment house. The house was built In 1860 by Jackson D. Knight, then president of the First National Bank here Knight and hsi wife have been dead 30 years. The house later was occupied by Knight's only daughter, Clara, who died some time ago. Upon her death it. was sold to William Nelson, who is having it torn down. Papers found with the gold are said to have indicated . the last time the secret panel was opened was in 1877. The money is being held by Leever pending claim bH heirs of Knight. Contrast the appearance of the modern perpetual care park plan cemetery ' with , any others you may know of and see which appeals to you as a place of burial MAPLELAWN Park Cemetery Scientifically Drained a a Rleke, Mgr. Old P. 1388 MASON "SAFETY FIRST" COED,! siliu trnvuv TtLXiAu, CARCASS MADE FROM EGYPTIAN LONG STAPLE COTTON, TWICEf THE TENSIL STRENGTH THE COTTON HAS IN SO CALLED STAN. DARD TIRES. Frt$ Road Service t Wallace ParkO Garage Co. Phones 2003 FANS TO "LISTEN IN" ON BRITAIN .. Saroy Hotel, London, to Broadcast Program. . r Announcement has been received here through the Western Union Telegraph company that British broadcasting stations wm unite in an effort to broadcast a program of dance music from the Savoy Hotel, London, to Amerlcaj tonight. The hours will be late today and early tomorrow, London time. The announcement will be of interest of radio fans. The program would be received here, ' probably around. $ to 9 o'clock. ; The announcer will Invite cable acknowledgements. The .'cablegrams may be addressed to the Savoy Hotel, London. . When received in London, the cablegram messages will be-broadcast. Only a short time will elapse between the sending of tne cable and its transmission by air from London. f British broadcasting stations have been "heard on a number of receiving sets in Pad,ucah, and it is expected that radio fans here will attempt to get the prqgram. We are now taking orders tofj Simon and WMl'a 1s1n.t.rt - w uivuinicu Matzos. Jake Biederman Grocery Compnay. Phones 00. , KEEP UP SEARCH i FOR UTAH MINER) Forty-three of Missing f Unaccounted For. L (Associated Press Leased Wire) . ! CASTLE GATE, UTAH, . March 13. Numerous fires in Mine No. 2 of the Utah fuel company temporarily halted searching parties after 130 bodies of miners killed Saturday by a series of explosions had been recovered and early today. 43 men still remained unaccounted tor. No exploration of the south end of the mine has been possible and the searchers expect to find the bodies v of the missing men there. Seven bodies were buried yesterday. NOTICE. All persons owing debts to Rodney Perkins, deceased, are requested to pay same to Albert Z. HamocK, administrator, and all claims against the said Rodney Perkins must be in my hands by March 31st, properly itemized and sworn to. ALBERT Z. HAMOCK. Administrator. , i - . MESSAGE FRO MMARCOXI WlIJjUO AROUND WORLD (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK. March 13. .Nina radio stations, using a different wave length, at 6 6'clock tonight (Eastern time) will broadcast an address by William Marconi which it is hoped will be heard aroimjl the world. Arrangements have been made with listeners with special receiving sets in California and in Shanghai, China, to cable at once if they are able to hear the address. If they are success ful radio will have' covered, the . world. ' PHIL ROOKIE STARS. (Associated Press Leased Wire) PHILADELPHIA, PA., March 13. The Phillies regulars and Yannigans yesterday for the er.., ond time in less than a week batr tied to a ten innfne tie at theli. training camp in Leesburg Florida, the score being 13 to 13. Fritz Henrieck, a rookie outfielder, made five hits. DANIEL BOOXB COURT NO. W Daniel Boone Court ' No. 98, Tribe Ben Hur, meet tonight in K, 0. Hall at,, 7:30 o'clock. , BEN STEELE, Chief.. '.' ALICE F. LEEDER. 8cr!be. TIM E CARD FERRY DIXIE BOAT WEEK DAYS ONIT , Leavei Paducah, Ky., for Brook-port, 111., 7:00 A.M., 0:00 A. AL 12:16 P.M., 2:15 P.M., and 4:15 P.M. ... . ' . !' Leaves Brookport, 111., for Paducah, Ky. 7:45 A. M. 10:00 A.M., 1:00 P.M., 3:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. We Carry Automobiles, Wagons, ; Buggies, Passengers, Live ' Stock, Etc Vickers Ferry Co. ' ' W. A. HOUSE, Capt&h) a V 4"
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