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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

t w i r ae rmer CA N It ELM = 1 ZX = C ON = i drdiI t 1 i ItiLIt 6 I IIlil t p I I i I I I s t VOLUME L I PADUCAH KlNTUC KENTUCKY MARCH 31 J90I NUMBER I A BAD BLAZE LOUISVILLE VISITED BY A BAD FIRE LAST NIGHT I The Start of Alex Sempleli Co Wu Damped and Nunntmicher Printing a Co Narrowly Escaped Louisville March 30The fine sporting house of Alex Semple Co on Main street was badly damaged r by flrebat night The low will foot up 135000 It was MOoed by the ex plosion of gas originating from a freshly oiled floor A number of mall cub of powder reached by the lire exploded before the lire department got the blaze under control The bnlldlog which la a four story affair was badly damaged The upper floor la leased by the Nnnemacher Printing Co where two hundred men are employed This portion of the build lag however escaped the flames The low 1 U entirely covered by Inane ance aMANCHURIAN TREATYFO IT WILL BF SIGNED NEXT WEEK fit Petersburg March aO1t la said In St Petersburg that the Man ch...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

Cbe tittle White hearse BY UNCLE HENRY Into cacti life some win must fall Some days must be dark and dreary The little white hearse stood at the Kate of a home over the way ate lara ago In the pretty homo back In the yard to which the gate was a portal there was a little body cold I In eternal sleep ami aching hearts The Idol of that home im dead goon after the arrival of the little white hearse there wero Services In that home back In tho yard iervloei of long and words of Sympathy and of hope and then tender hands lifted up that little body cold In sleep and en < cased In a little white coffin and car tied It from tho house and placed It within the white hearse while those with aching hearts and tenrdlmmei cjei stood near Then the little white hearse followed by a number of car riages wherein were those who loved the little cold body and those who lympathitBil with them begun to move off down the street The dealt nation was the pretty cemetery out Just beyond the city limits wh...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

+ t I I RAPIDLY I I tOur t line of Easter Suits are moving right along We never before had anything like so good a trade at this time of the year Perhaps the reason for it is that we never before had anything like such an attractive line of goods Every garment in our spring line is cut right in the height of fashion and I II lit 1 I t youwill We have a large assortment of Easter Suits in durable I I materials Grey and Brown cloths and handsome Striped Casslmeres and Worsteds in light and Black shades at Ah equally likely choosing among Unfinished Wor I steds Shepherd Plaids Blue Grey Dust Brown checks and Fancy Mixtures at We arc showing a handsome line of genuine imported Cheviots together with handsome Silk mixed Fany Worsted suits made by I IWe I skilful tailors all buttonholes made by hand and shoulders hand padded These suits ire positively equal In finish fit and make to the best 30 custon made suits and yet we offer them to you at Personals s Mrs N K Robert arrived yester day...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

IE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH 311901 BY THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY ooD JJ J ra = roe 1104 Editor Hits 8rns W slokToif Associate Editor Enteral at ISO 10111 at 1a4h Ky a paodc fie atd1 UMCItlPTION Hart try carrier per w tk 8 os 7y salt po rear In dran 934 Orncaan a41 THOXON ssv SUNDAY MARCH 31 1901 TO OUR FRIENDS Ito matter how long 1 person may have been on the stage a I 1 J first night is I always a nerve trying event the cause 01 much anxiety and worry and of much speculation as to the success ol the play and its staying quali ties In putting out The Sunday Chat the publisher feel much the same as the star in n new ptoi i i duction I ductionThe success 01 The Sun which I I lias been extremely gratifying to its management and to its friends has been the result of much hard work and most careful thought The Sunday issue will demand greater study and labor better work and thoughtat least If it fulfills the ideal ot a Sunday paper such as the publishers of The Sunday Chat wish to is...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

j t p all Eh j Ir I n I PADUCAH KENTlCRY SUNDAY MAKCII 5J1 1901 a THE UAHrr 4oTRumltloI I I knew k l learned I astronomer Who all Mines earthly spurned And wandered Iliroufh this pleasant land With ruunlensnve upturned From early youth hu habit r ere i i To hold aloof from men He thought this old worMs bippnlngt i r lint mile I worth his kn 1Ile saw no wonder In The trite tor In the taring grs 0 I III aevr thousht it worth hit while To woo 0 lrttty UI I And not a whit this good man podI I ror i > linuit or pope r i To him the greatest mu1 twits tiucti i Hut sun and moon arose and Ml freitMl Iy when he sold tI I I He knew when Inch comet tame And where each comet n04 And for Mi plan to alls 1 n04I I From err the tlerlou guru Among the trthrvn of his Ilk He much renown had won I oni i I This food soul died aixl went on high Hut murk to hit tmwYrn i I H found the knowledge gleaned while hre a tri nothing met to learn tt nth tl cio from or 0 cloud He now peer down to h And finds out ...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

rrssr u msrsyss r frt rrNr rrNrNf 1 tIN rlr1t i I 3 Current Topics 1 3w i a i I H Chicago Mayoralty Contest Chicago Is I again In the thick of a municipal campaign The contest for the mayoralty Is I attracting more than local attention and this for the reason that It la believe by many that the success of one party or the other In a contest In a city aa great aa Chi cato has an effect on the party at large Hut no matter which candidate succeeds the result will hardly have been attained as a rcjtilt ot strictly partisan campaigning Doth of the I EUJRIIX1E IIANKCV I Republican Candidate for Mayor of China gol principal candidates admit that they are seeking the votes ot the cltlteni who usuallly vote the other ticket So that It may be said that aside from the names Republican and Demo crap at tbe head of the official ballot there la I not much evidence of close party lines Carter II Harrison the i Democratic candidate hat been twice elected mayor of Chicago and is I Beck loc bin third...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

CZAR or RUSSIA Ruuia and Vance 14 Ttrifatn 1 and Japan 1 Russia and Japan art steadily drlnI I lot toward a colllilon Japanese states men mir wish to avert It but they mar bf powerless 1 to resist the popu popufar t The Japanese army on a war toot ing numbers tOllli officers and men I FROM A PHOTO OF A COMPANY OK RUSSIAN CAVALRY AT TIENTSIN Itnasla li I held to ban 1J64000 avails 1 tI tie bat of course roost of them am not la Manchoorla and could not easily be root there nor kept from starvlnr If they were < Minllac the fortes raobtllsed for the Chinese expedition Russia at last account had tour army corps la I SI bona numbering ID I all about 10000 mm A considerable part of thla form of fours Is la I western Siberia thou sand of miles from the scene of any conflict between Russia and Japan Although Russia has three times the population of Japan this discrepancy would practically cut no figure The resource of either country In the raw b material of armies rosy be considered unlim...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

The Sunday Chat MN Im tii Publishers PAW IAII KKNTlVKV t u wonder the fair sex I clamoring or equal rights Ai It now stands when a nun dies his better halt It I en Lllled to onlr a third of hit estate During the put eight Month dona Ions and subscriptions amounting to aver JCSJ090 hare been received tor In Roman Catholic cathedral 01 Westminster which It I structure exter nally now practically complete Over 17000000 was spent on 102 ves sels purchased by the navy department luring the war with Spain Seven of these were transferred to the war de partment seven were told and two sunk thirteen are used by the state mllltla and fire are at the navy yards nr stations Of alt the remaining thirtytwo seventeen are aUthe Asiatic nation 0 A queer sentence closes the Inscrip tion on a tombstone In a churchyard In Leigh England After announcing the name and other partleulari of the lady there burled these words follow A virtuous woman Is St to her hus band The explanation It that spare prevente...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

I f i THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH ate J90t of THE ONLOOKER s 1 A motorman oocaslonay goes op against 1t I Yesterday a halfgrown toy boarded a car full of pouengen and dropped In a school children chockSonnyj I bonny said the motorman to a r t Fe loud voice youre too old Yon cant fide on that tonll hare to drop In a nlckle t The boy blushed In confusion bat a happy thought struck him Olmme back my check then he demanded and Ill pot In a tickle It was the motorman time to get rattled lie was stumped and the passengers were laughing at him Well he finally said yon can Tide on It this time but dont yon ever try It again I againlsae sae On the chalngang at present li I one I 1of the mot demoralized look ing Indi viduals to be found In a days journey and If reports are true one of the most remarkable III li Dutch leI liy a typical hobo whOle pretent plight malted from a disastrous con sonj j 1 I a jpllhl j good tort but like many others I lie persists In hit quixotic booze fight tug ...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

7u THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH 31 1901 1 lr l iI II The Mystery of South Mountain t Writtcnlfor The Sunday Chat J J J J By F HARRY ANSPACHER M TIT happened on > warmjday tn August l 1895 The flowers were blooming and nothing disturbed the harmony ofthat summer day save the chirping of crickets crlckttiThetown Thetown or rather city of erIK more nestling In among theCheiter field Hills of New HimpVblre want r the timethe story open quite Urge It e was both city and country The busi ness or city part topped quite abruptly then the country commenced Far away ai toe eye could reach were green meadows with quiet running brook In which the gentle cows could be seen standing up to their knees In some of the fields the hay was stacked up fill log the air with Ita tweet odor and this together with the lowing tot the cowl gate indications of a typical country village A wonl mint be said of the moun tains They stretched around almost encircling the little town Nearly ev ery day brought...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

> li I E ST JOSEPH S TEN fI I The Indictment of Mrs Addle Rich e ardton br the grand Jury an the charge of murdering her husband rank Richardson has served to Ur n Interest In this mysterious ease The time for the trial It I now not far away and throughout the county they I probable verdict of the Jury U I the later topic of dlariiulon On this point there U a divergence of opinion the friends of lira 1 Richardson stout ly defending her from the charge made talnt her Mn lllfhirdson herself f I t t remains confident of her acquittal I welcome this opportunity to prove my Innorrnre the mid to a friend the other day Ever since the death of s o my husband I hive been compelled to listen to veiled allusions to mr guilt and now a chance It I offered ta end them forever Im Innocent and I haw no fear that the Jury will fliTd otherwise In less 1 than one hour after filch trdoo t was known to be dead at his blame on Chrlsllan Ridge the hiI I befure Christmas It was confidently aiofted that ...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

It might be a good Idea to revem things and Instead of teaching young naval cadets how to dance and how to low let them learn how to box the tompan and fight behind a gun Dogs cant talk but you always know what they mean Some folk are different differentTwo ITwo I I Big Pains i t sons to be the brritiie 01 the + aiimua family e iywbere vln T 1I I r td jj Neuralgia I T lot then hose nurt lad prompt core for both vti t St Jacobs Oil I J 144 4erf4 IN 3 OR 4 YEARS AN INDEPENDENCEASSURED II row III up Mehome home 1a Western 1 PINUPLsusid i Lsusid gmphie fho have oil Is come Wealthy u anw In J whisk rcpet vi deleesto Plc sad loll ot nis reduced lilies i gists 4 1a M on ppleailon es tea hupenlendeot of tt or > lcnliv Pfptrlaitni of Interior tilt or w + etOM tit W MnlN M 1 k = 0 Ms C J BiWacblo tt4 Ma pWck nlork nlef UJ or r T HeJirt Rosn1 l Mig Four Multdlse IndUDitpoliM Ind r1 a eeuraroa to Reenters C during rch asd Anti FAT PEOPLE Reduce Both from one to five pounds per week by a safe...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

AN IflflWNCE I IN WESTERN CANADA ladles ItNomU and Other laser ni trlsta WI 11 Opened tp This Tear h the final Mikstcbvws Tsllry sd the rtlll Notes of Anlnlhola ITo t IlbolI I I To the Editor Dear Sir The put three or four years have demonstrated to a large number of Americans putI I I value of the Kralnf rowlnit and ranch 1 lag lands of Western Canada T na ot thousand hare taken advantage ol the offer made by the Canadian coy ernment aa well aa of the exceedingly I low price asked for land by the rail way colonliatlon and other compo les The experience of those who hare l rsbeen Milled there for tome little time la of a highly gratifying character So ranch ao that the Canadian govern mint who has control of the Immigra decldA A s ed to open up some new district this tar In the well known Saskatchewan Valley and also In the fertile plain ot Asalnlbola These Districts are prob ably the moat productive In the enure Writ and In close touch to largely set tled communltlea aa well a >...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

H N yN N N N L elf 01rH yN N yN NN N N N W 1 i Mildred > i i S t 1 1 0 II 5retanion i i i iBY i TUB DUCHESS i Weis N I N N N e N N N mmm l CHAPTER I Of course my dear George If you wish very much to have these people I here they mutt be asked said Lady I Caroline recording her husband at tentively through the handle ot the turn The children had Jut left the room so she thought It a good op portunity of finally learning his wishes on this subject without the Interven tion of Mildred1 rathw vehement opinion It It I a dreadful nuisance she IaIdand I ont suppose they are the very nicest people In the world for the gifts to know but It you see no way out ot the difficulty ot course there l > nothing more to be said Nothing It cannot be helped now at all events Sir George returned running his eyes ruefully over a let ter which be held In his hand He was an old schoolfellow of mine you know and when he expresses a wish to come and tee me what can I do but write and lay how welcome I ...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH 3r j Xbc Week in Society jf The Doings of the Smart Set the Past Six Days J 0 f Pleasant Events and Personal Mention 0 > 0 f > Jjf I REVIEW AND PREVIEW The week has been enlivened by the I small informal which are nono the less delightful and the usual clnb meetings The large functions aro all I AIa I ready the postLenten announcements Include a wedding and reception a luncheon and cotillion Next week e being Holy Week there Is I little In hand In the way of announcement for it PLEASANT EVENTS Tuesday night some of the society folks decided to go serenading and r had a very enjoyable time as well as giving their friends much pleasure This Ia 1 the first harbinger of spring the eercnader abroad I The Euchre club was entertained I by Miss Irma llecht on Wednesday at ttrooon It was a veiy piquant occa Ion Miss May Wallerstein won the first prize Jind Mrs L 8 Levy the second prize All society has taken to bowling and the pastime is Iwlug much enjoy...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH 311901 > THE LITERARY OUTLOOK ar 5 AiTi 7J5 94SF + RpriP4ileSr Y999 Te + OUR HOOK Its preface Ii a lullaby tho end a funeral song Oh the blotched and ragged loges In the volume of a life Oh those hot and weary ages Of the souls eternal strife Oh the blazing crazing focrI I Of the reddest reddest blood Oh the raging aging fever Of tho plangent ceaseless flood I Oh the heaven and the hell The temporal and supreme The waking and the sleeping The end of every dream The banting of all babble The patting of tho mind I That sweeps os to the future And leave tho put behind I What trenchant pent are deeds What rabid woes are rife dctodlI I Whit mysteries and historic In the volume of a 1IfI I ROBERT MONTFORT LUCKY f TilE BOOK OF THE HOUR i i TILE VISITS OF ELIZABETH i This book Is exciting much com i I ment now not only because of Its very i nnntualccss but alto for the fresh ness and sparkle about It I She It a most remarkable maiden this 17yearold Elizab...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

p 77 1 777 THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH 31 J90 I IEASTER I IS O I YOUR EASTER SUIT I IONE I WEEK i OFF I HAVE YOU BOUGHT ITi I i I WE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST NUMBER NUMBERI I of STYLES and BEST VALUES aoo + astsssar ssoooooetatt II I I s 1 About Easter EasterSuits Suits That something called style I 4 t is a bugbear to most men Their mind is occupied with I l details of their own work and they are not supposed to be i j IIdct11s J l l t beW I I fully posted with what to wear and what not to wear Its 71 2not I their business With us however its different Its a s I part of our butfncsj to impart that knowledge to you whoal I II l j I you come to buy When you come in 1 1 I I IDosr bE AFRAID TO ASK OUR ADVICEI IretJlnr I correct styles In garments thats what were htrcI I for If I WE KNOW HOW TO DRESS YOU PROPERLY 2 Iad I you may depend upon our JudrmentI I II SPRING STYLES NOW READYi j i + l QSIock Larger Grander Better Than Ever f g I I i gaerococoseswe e cc < xxc eKeoocoeoeooos...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 31 March 1901

W b I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MARCH 311901I POAGES 317 f3kcOAulnitY Now ready for your inspection This store is full of all the new and latest styles direct from the manufacturer I j I INow I and so carefully bought that it is actually economy to purchase them themat1ufacturerI I j I the season beside giving you choice of patterns Top Coats and Suits For Men and Young Men BOYS Confirmation Suits I I Three piece short Pant Vest or 2piece Double Breasted Knee Pant suit madeof fine quality Blue and Black Clay Worsteds Serges Cheviots and Fancy Cassimeres Within this range of prices are hundreds upon hundreds of the newest loom productions including Fancy and Grey Mixed Cheviots Unfinished Wonted Striped Worsteds Black Thibets Granite days and Serges Made In both plain and Military styles I GRAND DISPLAY OF Spring Styles irWEARING ir WEARING APPAREL c 750 TO TOX25 250 TO 750 Boys Long Pant Suits 14 to 19 YEARS In all the latest Spring styles in Checks Stripes Plain Blue and Black Che...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

I II bJtj T = 1 > f iIII i tors I u v II I I 1 1 II 111 i II I I VOLUME I = PADUCAH KENTUCKY APRIL 7 J90J NUMBER I e fTHE f I r CARNIVAL j I EXHIBIT STREET WILL BE THE LARGEST EVER SEEN IN THE J So bTt flower Parade Will tend J I Anything Ever Attempted Before = J Commltltel Success I t A general roundup of etVnlval work show that the Elks ot Paducah have I accomplished marvels and indicate that the carnival will be the greatest 1 octets of recent yean In the fOthI I The exhibit street will be the long est ever seen in the moth AU the booth pace on Court street has been sold seventyfive firms to be repre sented on It and Monday the Seventh I street plat will be drawn The booth sale will probably be closed the latter part of the week as all the space will have been disposed of by that time s Work ill then brgln on the hilt arch r I t The flower parade committee on onj j Mr Tarbell a Laurie Is meeting with i Kraal success and the flower panda 1 promises to be the most gorgeous spec...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 1901 City Kerns The edition of Tho Chat today li 1 2000 the largest number of taper Uinnd br a local paper In I ot t c The success of The Chat has been phenomenal It li In its Infancy too tooCllo Called meeting of the Ramsey 10 clety will bo held at the church Mon day afternoon at 1 oclock Mcmben are requested to bring pencils and leper pert Tho funeral of the late Mra Mary Morthland who died inddenlyat her home on Jackson street yeierdiy morning will take place Mime time i Monday burial at Oak Grove The exact time has not lyn let All the members of Company K who are In the city will miyt thll af ternoon at I oclock and attend th fl I I funeral of the late Tlce Pool Marie Wilson who was dlictinrg ed from the city hospital some time ago will be readmitted today She li I a cnronlc rheumatic invalid = Dr Llllard Sander In putting up I a frame dwelling on the property on South Tenth above Husband street be recently purchased The chancel of Grace Episco...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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