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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

V r C J Tbe Paducab Sun lIL WEEKLY EDITIONIi IIIVOLUME VOLUME VII i NO 20 = = = I PADUCAH KENTUCKY MAY 23 1901 YEARr KINGS KINGSESCAPE t ESCAPE t The Yacht Shamrock II Wrecked IThe I King Has a Close Call NO JURY AT MADISON VILLE Preside McKinley Starts East Nell r at I t Rampage In Tennessee THREE CHILDREN DEVOURED BY BEAR 1 t London May 11 The new chal leaser yacht Shamrock II WM wreck ed la a squall this morning In the So lent while stung for a speed 1 trial King Edward WM a guest on board and bada mlraculont escape from death s JURY HARD TO OCT MadUonrllle May 33Then baa 1yet I beta secured no Jury In the cue i agauul the fire deputy sheriffs charg I y oJ with killing two union miner andA t not a tingle juror ha > yet been te I IcorN js jsPRE8IDRNT PRESIDENT BTAKTd SUNDAY Sn PraacLxw May 22l1eldeot McKinley and party will start rut Snnday morning The president was a gnat this afternoon at the Templar drtll and reception STREAMS ON A BOOM Knoxville May 21Tb dream In Upper East...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

r + + i I t Jit I < L 4 1 + I j i TOE PADUOAU WEEKL SUN MAY 28 E HBO I I Half a Square From Broadway 112 North Third Street > THIRD WEEK OF > JS I The Grand May Sale I Elegant trimmed hats at extraordinarily low prices Trimmed before In point of rich bits such ss Paducah baa never seen rneas In style In becomlngness la prlca wonderful range of style colors sad Ideu Clever planning and painstaking efforts have brought together the most magnificent collection nf spring and summer millinery ever shown before int this city I No use paying higher prices elsewhere for poorer styds and smaller stocks to select from Ginghams Dimities Lawns I Ualiilo 1ercates Organdies and other desirable cotton fabrics A big range of styles qualities and lowest prices This week we will inaugurate a rare period l of wash go dj telling goods well worth 15 cents special this week for 10 tents a yard Other attractive offerings at 8ie Vie 3j snd I 3ic aynrJ Ladies Shirtwaists Our exceptional shlrtwalU v...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

THE PADUCAQ WEEKL BUN MAr 23 IDOL i YOUR MAKE Our STORE Headquarters t REMEMBER Not to forget our advertisements of the two past weeks regarding our GREAT SCOOP SALE OF MENS SUITS WHICH INSURES A SAVING OF 33 F3 1 3 PER CENT TO EACH AND EVERY CUSTOMER I j I WE WANT YOU TO SEEJTHEM Youll Enjoy Looking I THE GREATEST GRANDEST DISPLAY Of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Ever Shown In one Store at one Time E iiREMEMBER FROM 50c TO 3 REMEMBER WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR The MANHATTAN SHIRTS f ere THIN THINUNDERWEAR UNDERWEAR What arctic to change the heavy scratchy Winter Underwut for the Soft Cotton Summer garments Here are the Famous Bon Bon Balbriggan Silky Fibre Cotton Fine Lisle Thread In colonPink Blue Lavender White Etc so Soft so per fect In fit and elastic that they infuse vigor and make you feel like a new man c Two Piece Suits SOC to 500 Combination Suits 1 to S30I 5399kSee See our Silk Underwear with Scrivens Elastic Seams at 500 a Suit THe LoweST pRices i TilE LARGEST LINE TilE GREATEST VARIETY f...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

I d r I r 1 TOE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN uu 23 1901 1 Tbe Paducah Su n arnelooa AND WUIILY IT TIE m rCILISSINf CliriNT ntcoaroaATSD VrukM nun rmldol tee Kdltor PAl niTOK Oraenl Mnilff os cmrrioN HATCI tottrtd ash pentott > t ridKik Lrt ftosd clIO milter THK DUtT acre I TtirrUrxr wnt lii Cy mill po r atttL I t6 cf a fevn ltr nrl sdnm 6 Ddij Cfet sixl MB err wttk sir TH8 WUUT tOM I 0I pa br mdG pta pfd 1M Adams rn nndet Br 1 I OTKCB Sid IrMdwlT I TLBrMO mN US I OrnatutradnITearoaNlrtTHURSDAY THURSDAY MAY ZJ f01 I There ace to be no typewriter In I Turkey The custom anthoritleshave i prohibited their ImpoUtlon because t they all write alike In Turkey there must be tome distinctive feature of all writing so no typewrite are admitted This does not apply to the t female typewriter to popular In Ainvr b 1 laA I e A delegation cf prominent citizens i1 dtlElnln dtlElnlof II of Colombia Tenn have gone to C Washington to protest against the reo moral of the arsenal at that place iIr j At several ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

I I I N THE PADUCAH WKEKII BUN MAY 23 f 0 ENTER ENTERANNAPOLIS ANNAPOLIS r el The Ant young man from Paducah i to enter the Danl l academy at Annap olla will probably be Mr Overton Erooli ion of Dro3 O Drookiwfao baa jolt passed the mental examlna tloa required before admittance to the academy The examination vai Fri tdar t and Mr Brooke passed It sue s a eeisfnlly which ti 1 a credit to him and would bejtoany other young man owlog to III being 10 comprehinilr r s and rigid A telegram was received from him b1 hie father wt evening nonnclng his incceu and today he will be subjected to a physical examl nation which he will doubtless pan u well ai he lId the other ai he was assistant Initrnctor In the V M O A cjmn tlnm here and was one of the brit athletes In Paducah Ills t > many friends l here will be pleased to I tlearn of his deserving success and to iwish t him a brilliant career ai cue of I i toI I Uncle Bami cadets Mr Drooki has itndlnl hanl for the place and had been in a pr...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

w rr F M lTn III i4 r > A TilE 1ADUCAII WEEKLY 6UN61AY 23 901I H fsiNiiilt + iiiiiiiN9iNlODMCNiIIwDDiteOOwreiiNiiisi f IttII I HOLDUP ebb 1A 1 MEXICAN tJCI I i ItbY OLD PADUKE It PADUKEi i I f Author of The Liars Duel FarttW Should She Explain w I I IA I I iENNNEEEEWiIEEEFHNE00hii6EiiileCC000OwAtCOEe GQU tThe stage from Trevlno on the Mexican International Ro It to Monti w try on the Mexican National R R ttarted for Monterey at I P m It was now 10 oclock a m and the down train bid Just arrived at Trevlno The paa sengers who got off to take the stage i route Were a boy touriit and four Get mn merchant The day before the guard bad given up his task aid for the first time for weeka the stage was with out protection It was no no use IS lone aa a guard rode with the coach no Domingnes appeared Trap them they 1conld not and fight them they would I 1 notice 1 not ao the sage company gave that If a load of passengert could not I protect themselves from two men then I they would hare to s...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

lI I TOE PADUCAH WKEKLT BUN Mar 23 I90e < Lost Temper Ltini and Energy by the I honiekoeper who neglected to DM houaekeeperwhoI I GOLD DUST f I Washing Powder I I r FLAGMAN flAGMAN1KlllEDI KILLED KnownI I Mr T Buhrle Jen InsaWeII Known J I A Young Man Meets I Death I Y lllorn atunlay > Dally Mr T linhtlo Jenklni a Bagman oothe Illlnolt Central and a redder L of thlt city wat killed at Iltley a nation jOlt this ildo of Central City at 1755 thtr morning while attempt big to get into the front end of the ca boote of extra train No It north J bound boundThere There were no wltniict to the 01 dentbnt it it thought that he met hit death in trying to board hit train Wben the train had been tide tracked and the main line cleard It war dlt i a tceyerel that Mr Jenkins wai mlulog and Conductor Kink then went In I tearch for the mluliut t1 mlllloI 1 I atefeanJhiI dead body tome dtttance from the track at the above mentioned Itatlon He war badly mangled hit right hand amt left leg having ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 May 1901

rr 1 1 t SELfDEfENSE DEfENSE Mr John L Jones j the Furniture Dealer Exoner I ated k fi Ik HAD j TO SHOOT KEANE At The Dud Man Had Attempted to Draw Hifpol But Ihe Hammer Caught I In Hit Packet f KEANE tAD ASSAULTED HIS OWN WIFE w I from Tueodal Daily The account of the killing at Evan sill yesterday morning of Thomas Keane a plumber by John L Jones the furniture dealer whose local ettab lUhment ti I at Third and Court shows that Mr Jones acted In telfdetente and Is I now iloubtleu enjoying his lib erty again Mr Virginia Kane the dead mans wife Ia I a bookkeeper Jones and the and her husband teparated a year ago and he went to Terre Haute and Washington Ind to work She clalmi that ho iqnandcjvd his money and hers and In addition to mla treating t her failed to support her Sunday he returned to Evantvllle for the drat time In a year and went I toe his wife trying to get her toI I pay on a fire hundred dollar mortgage on some property and also to lire with him whluh the declined to doI...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 13 June 1901

p iH who Find Iuccusln bw Into pushes his buslnus 1InUl io L The Paducab Sun SunWEEKLYEohTIoNj l 3 few p q t 1 A YEAR I UL VOLUME VIINUMBER 23 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 13 J901 I J I I FRED STEWART t ratCourt of Appeals Affirms tho I Big Case From Mc Crackcn GIVES ESTATE 515000 John G Miller Was Attorney For lilt Plaintiff Who It Now Ucid lost Both legs r i THE WHOLE COURT SAT IN THE CASE 7 Stewarts agatnit the Illinois Central rilroal 4 was finally settled thU morning In the coart of appeal at Frankfort by the court affirming the Judgment 01 the lower court which was for 115 000 The case went np from ilc Ciacktn after two trials Stewart was a switchman In the yards 1 here and one morning about R three years ago In throwing a switch his too was nuuhcd He attempted to continue work amt nor Broadway finally fell from the engine In a faint n and the wheels cutoff t both legs He sued for damage ant was at the I first trial awarded 110000 A new trial was granted anti 1 the second ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 13 June 1901

v i h A New White Goods JBeantlful Ice Stripe effects Fine White LInon French Nainsook Ba tiste Etc A new line jnit opened Plain White Llnon So per yard sheer quality Llnon 100 d Very ft1l1hr udia lio per yard Extra fine Loon I8o per yard White Batiste and Persian Lawn very sheer quality ZSo ud 8Co per yard French Nslnsook extra wide 35o t I Lace Yoking and Yaleicienes Laces We are showing quite a variety of new patterns In Swiss joking and fancy tucking Good values In Lace Yoklngs for 50o up to 76c per yard Valenciennes Lace edges and laser tions So 8c So up to 85c per yard Valenciennes Lace per bolt of twelve yards I So 250 a bolt and up Seaseiable Novelties Japanese fans So up to 7c Hair Brooehe gilt and shell Bo and lOo Muslin Tie with embroidery ends lOoWhite White Muslin Ties with stock SSe Silk Windsor Ties SSc and 85o per yard 1 Very fine quality Lawn with Satin stripe lOo per yard Beautiful Lace stripe effectsISo and too per raid N w Hemstitched effect 2110 per yard Fine qu...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 13 June 1901

1JIf < > I t FORCQILTcphonc Telephone THE OVERSTIttET COAL Ce I 4 Successors to THE CHESTERFIELD COAL CO SturgU and Tradewattr Coil un equaled for lUtm and domestic UM e9uILd Telephone Nos 171 and 203 CAPITAL moo SURPLUS AND UNDI VIDED PROFITS moo CITY NATIONAL BANK OH PADUCAH KV I S B HUGHES President iiC J UTTERBACK Cashier Interest paid on time deposits A general Banking buslnes transact ed Depositors Riven every iccom mod lion their account and re 4 ponlbllltjr justifies JCftl OHILDRESS t tEYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT IOFFICE I THIRD FLOOR BnOOMIlt BIDS PHONE 196 Fourth and Broadway Dr Will Whayne 4 EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT Office Cor ath and llrotdway In Brook Hill Building FOR RENf OCTOBER I The building now occupied by L B OgilvIe Co Ap ply to toFRIEDMAN FRIEDMAN KElLER CO THE NEW ORONOKO Berrlcn Springs 41chOabIloI Aa Ural home t r ivmmtr o l OsblwB I 01 at Jo Him it 100 i iroMti tikl 1 gko gtolalBff escento tUiBttr U I CMotrlloa Urt josikgtipl > sd leletaeae omtcel U I b...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 13 June 1901

a T o i 1tr 111 NN i CO STORAGE 1 t A SUITSI I Add all tern iQUnlcallo a raducah Kr 4 Our Scrcmer Qotblngrlitoccolaeif corc iotUbtc that YOU will think when you get ccnI It that you have tun put In Cold Storage OLD SOL IS BEGINNING TO GET IN HIS WORK flow arc you fixed Arc TOO dressed cool WtVre Coats Suits and Trcwco hat n > thin that the tiniest little trrce foes throoth them Flannel Suits 1051 18 1250 thini i New Swell Notby Cool Linen Suits 150 to 500 Serge Coats 250 to 750 500I I Office Coats 50 to 350 Mohair and Luster Coats 100 to 500 Summer Trousers of All Kinds r Try Some of Our Cold Storage Clothing Youll Be Cool and Happy MOTHER It is a fact that Mother knows more about Boys Clothing than a dozen average men and for this reason we always gladly welcome Mothers to our store We have tveiy New Idea in SAILOR and VESTEE SUITS RUSSIAN Blouse and TWO and THREE PIECE SUITS also a FULL LINE OF WASHABLE SUITS AND KNEE PANTS l GEO H GOODMAN COMPANY x v won INC oxro MA TIED It DI...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 20 June 1901

rl a iHc who finds succcss In bus l loess pushes his business 1 s I c c The Paducab Sun = MAYORIAVORSIT FAVORS IT J Ho Thinks the Street Should d l I Bo Sprinkled at Public ° Expense r ExrjcnseN 1 HE ONCE SUGGESTED IT 1 it Is Possible That Steps Will Be Taken e to Adopt the Pin In Vogue In Other Cities NEWS IN CITY CIRCLES TODAY eMayor Lang vat discussing the matter of itroet tprlnkllng at the city hill tills morning A prominent gen tleman came Into his office and brought np the matter of Owensboroi street and the major aeemed very mnch Impress d with It 01 I think the itreeti should be sprinkled all dine the elty he aid and once inggeited It to the coon cil 1 think from what I learn of street iprlnkllng In other places that thx cost would easily be cared In the repair of drab alone and the advant ugeaof better health and a cooler town wonkl imply Joitlfj the cat Of coon the water company would probablr lose conilderable rents u the people now pay ten ants a foot for sprinkling In f...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 20 June 1901

T p 7y Iir s 4 lr ids Mffi i Dress Skirts I We always lead with the most up to date styles in these garments and guarantee satisfaction with every purchase For material workmanship and price these goods cannot be equalled egtiallclDress Dress Skirts X TOrT handsome drew skirt made ot fine black Venetian cloth stylishly trimmed with stitched bands penal I rtoe lined and velvet binding at boll M tons1080 7We ere showing a very errlebl and dressy skirt made of extra quality black cheviot nicely made with cord t ed tacked flounce well lined velvet binding at bottom a nice light weight perfect hanging dirt for 1688 Stylish well made gray cheviot skirts Bounce Mt on with black taffeta bands and neatly lined only398 One lot of black draw skirt made of good nuns cloth well lined velvet binding on bottom full width that wo offer especially for only 300 worth more Also a nice line ef novelty cloth skirt percallne lined and nicely fin 4 Wed only IIV8 Some Good Bargains in Linen and Pique Skirt...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 20 June 1901

S f r J 1 1 SABIN GOES ur I vve t vvei i from Saturday dally 51 IMr I A T Sabln formerly with the I C railroad has been appointed < chief engineer of tho L and Mrall roait Mr Sabln was former road uaater hero and was also Eat one time ingloeer of construct Ion of the Illinois v Central with headquarters at Mem phis He has many friends l here who will bo glad to learn of his promotion Tborir i ibrengbC what le I r known ai the Loulivllle and Atlantic road and will complete the rood la Beattyvllle at once Mr Sabin has been assigned to thU work and will have the work completed by January I IDOL When the road U flnlihed It will open up vast timber lands and will also be of much convenience to s t other roan l In making connection Co yd Mr J It Kelley went to Evans J t Till thU morning to accept a position positionallb with the Illinois Central aa a car In ipcctor 1 r Mr lUchard Morgan formerly lto lmalter at MemphU and family e passed through Ibo city lost night en a route to MUsUilp...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 20 June 1901

u cA NECK 1 NECKBROKE BROKEN I ° tlueedYs dilly William Olbbs a well known young Iran of Martin Tenn was struck b J an lc banana special 4n charge of Engineer Arthur I Blske and 1 Conduct or Joe Smith north bound His neck F was broken and bis skull crushed an d I a U Is thought that he committed sal elde as he deliberately stepped f on I l tbe tract and paid no attention to tbe I warning of the whistle He was 87 years old and it Is I thought that be WU temporarily insane having acted strangely for sometime The engine wrecked at Kuttawa will be discharged from Ihe shop about the latter part of Ihe month The englije wit not to badly wrecked at it appeared Chief Dinpstcber Allan Jorgenton Is la Dawson lie has been III for the pant week end ban been In Dawson since Eatnrdny There Ji fta been no appointment made nth < j vacancy roused by Con traction Engineer L A Washing 1 1IOns resignation bat Ibere will prob ably e an appointment made within I the next few days The officials are loo...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 27 June 1901

I I M Hewhallpdstuuwtdhus it burs ratite his lIullacu t Jl 19 The Paducab Sun The scat t deatrnotUe fire In the his Wry of Maytteld occurred this morn ing bout 1 9 IO oclock Seven tobae 06 rehandling house thirtytwo dwelling amt several iiiultf build loge were burned entailing a low of from 16 0000 200000 Many peo pIe are rendered homele and a large part of the town Is I In ashes The blaze originate In a F Key hogahead factory and spread rapidly on account of the wind It sot beyond control la a abort time and loon con nmed everything In IU path The lire could Iw seen for mile I many cltlteni of Padncah being out on their housetops watching the light The coon of the conflagration was north eut and south Llgon and Alleni tobaooo abed was burned l with 400 hoRihead of tobac co vmloed at about 175000 There WM about 110000 insurance on the toLaoooSix Six other tobacco abs > l > were homed with about 900 hogthcadi of tobacco and moat of the other prop arty wu frame dwelling The shed...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 27 June 1901

yo 41v Ii Hot Weather N Fabricsi i iI t We aN showing a large variety of I Vnnlte and colored marlins 1 f Good sheer whit linen 10 cents Ijy yard rvM Bne whit linen 14 and SO toaflRGne Feta F do not t yird jMr Btliteafld Persian nokhingronls per yard Wart white French I J elm to cents rent per yard i tH > rttifii Paris Muslin 1111111 quit quitY Y M 1 ft itjCTsW 40 49 and 75 cents per yard S e + U sere fa rl meohor n + e prya p yYps Iii a a t + a eve NTE o d price Floe ratio faced Poniards in beau Iii at pattens 9119 velne now rut to yardr l r Kstr quality Bilk Foulards stylish i 1 Itttee In nnootn effects 9190 Talae f tat 71 cent per yard I I While open lace itriprLawns for fancy shirt alUI 10 It and IS elltal per yard > > Beautiful white dotted Muslin IS eenta per yard Fart > colored > s iy fancy < trlpe dimples extra width 10 cent per yard Beaatltol patterns lu I fine colored BatUteIO cents per yard Fine French Dimities In assorted colon 20 cents per yard Waists ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 27 June 1901

i IPT 7 lL l L E WALTERS IS CLEARED I J t Another t f Chapter 3 In the Celebrated Marshall Itf County Case Closed Today 3 ThFJury In the nui agalnit Lee N Waltert of thijanity lint formerly J oj J of lIa hall founlr thti morning Ihortly I after Out convened brought f Inav Veritirt of ooqoltlal at Honton i Itwa ffoiilu lli < > ui yriterdayaf 4 tenon loot S30 ninl one juror who iIiI vrJjTpr conviction tell on until to I rt J < sAL TY 1 i f llAi mj < 1 I General ChafFer Accuses the aAllied Armies of Many u J f Murders If 54 S Ih r SHQJVEJL NO QUARTER I rSIIOWIi v rf f II Ita md hal t Cootiei IK I r Womn 01 Sarcd t 10 4 C i eRE HD GREAT DISTRUST INClllNAi < P 4I j I Waihliigla JUlie SI Tho rrpurtl of MaJorOeoenl 1 CharTre en the till 1 1latIIbllm li I iielng pruirwl for i forI 1 bl1nilloii at the war drparlHirht 1 I I I Among out r watte n II i < ontitliii lIeO 1 IcAn t I Qlal re > irli nfkmlli KuuianJapnneM t 4 I Kreiico aiM l llrlilth troop alw I rooI Ionall IU1tH...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 27 June 1901

j t t J d rr tr ireJ r KCduAND Jffl DESTRUCTION I r 1 The Elkhorn Valley Swept By a Mighty = Flood Yesterday Morning Early and iiFlood One Hundred Perish The Loss of Property Will Reach toMillionsThirty Miles Railroad Washed Away l 1 Much Suffering ii i B t 1 Viin Monday dally tI < OTHER JOHNSTOWN HORROR r f ipenoke Va June 31This en tirAsecllon bM been visited by a ° IJ ool the extent of which In nil prob J I > bhL will newly NIDal that of i naWvn Pa eo far u the lou of II I property U I concerned II EarA Saturday morning shortly after mfitolgbt a heavy downpour of rain begaa accompanied by a severe electric siorm which violently In cna volume and con tinned for tfp e Thu continued nightl v IF E on hard fell ID d It esell well 1 Ideal 4 es ° dor loaro vat a great TtIlL xe tQotlt 4 fea feo f I NTEDa te rtr forts 10 So care leytori I Foulards In JJea a PShortly P l artrmianlght SatDrfjf r Bight It seemed aa If the heavens had 1opaad 1 their flood gate over the town 1 of Vivian ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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