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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 October 1906

1 1 r H 1rviiA octoHim ae t PAGE SIX HB Jfj ASAT dO > 1 SHARE ACCORDING TO CONTRIBUTION 1 Is Decision In Kcgiiril to DC fciTcil Dividends liiMirniHT Cnsi Ojilnlou of interest Ilniukti loitn lf the Cotttt lit lppellls i WILL 00 TO SUMtKAIi CdtItT i Frankfort Ky Oct 20 The court ot appeals today affirmed the < case of the United States Lire AiiaUf unco company of New York versus Harry Splnlcs from Campbell county This cafd was sent up from Camp J bell and tho court construes Section j 88 chapter C90 of the New York statutes arid holds that pollcyholdera I must have alt annual accounting and i iprncticatly i knocks out all deferred dividends The case Is one of the It greatest Importance Judge OKenr wrote the opinion which Is exhaus tiveThe The court holds that under the law ut New York dividend additions moans that proportion of the surplus In the bonds of the company accum ulated for premiums and profits of the company It t U further declared that Ii defaulting poHcyholricrs sha...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 October 1906

e a yy 7M i ratr J v SATURDAY OCTOIIER 20 hll f1 lty Jm Wftl1l 1GC lnvl N JLcJfLLLOI 4 I I rroo rrr S n + I With Edged itf t tr r i i By HENRY SETON MERRMAN f All or of Tk 5owrs RQIn taw f fl l DrolLent t e j T Copjrtleltt t 160 < by lltrixr CrotLen J HHHII + I H i I HrH g with Duriiovo and I r A He turned toward I Iho hnlt breed pausing And Dunnro Is tho man I want t weighing each word DurnovoH right hand was In Ills Jack et pocket Seeing MeredlthH proffered salutation he slowly withdrew It mid book ImmU The flash of hatred wan Mtlll In bU eyes when Jnik Meredith turned upon t him with aggravating courteny Thu plcntant half cynical glance wandered from DiirnuvoM dark face very III lib pocketa a 1where the stock of n revolver was Im perfectly core eulcd Rc wore grttlug anxious about you ho explained seeing that I you did not come back Ot course wo know that you wore capable of taking etrare of yourself Ho was still looking Innocently at t Ihif telltale Jacket pocket and Our 1Ilio...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 October 1906

T r PAGE EIGHT Dffltfi PADTJCAH EVENING SUNgttTC1tDaV OCTODEn 20 Ia BANKERS I a OOMM1TTKK NOMINATES OI PII cnns OF ASSOCIATION I 9 I I OwcnKliorn Mnn IN Stale VlcoPrcsl c lInt mid Larger Cities Act I Rig Places iThe i following list of officers was nominated by the nominating com mittee of the American Bankers as r soclatloDIresldentG President 0 S Whltson vice president of the National City bank New York City First Vice President J D Pow 1ers of Louisville vicepresident Cit izens State bank at Mlddlesboro I KyMembers I Members of the Executive Com mittee to represent the State Associ k aUonF O WattsNashvllIo Tenn Clay H Holllster Grand Ilaplds Mich C Q Chandler Wichita Han E C Chamberlain San An tonio Tex Frederick Kasten Mil waukee WIs Members of Executive Committee at LargcJ A Lewis St Louis E H Curtis Boston D A Culver St Paul J K Ottley Atlanta Ga John T Trenery Pawnee City Neb Members of the Executive Com a mlttoo to represent Sections Trust Section Festns J WaJe I St Louis Ph...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

+ J e N t CF + rJ 5 nbucn t1tniu I tbtPabnD4b sun VOL XVIII NO 34G PADUCAH KY MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 22 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK ap p FIRST BLIZZARD 1 SWEEPING ALONG r I Eastern Slope ot Rockies Vron I I Wyoming to New Mexico y 1r Colirmlu III Teeth of Jnlis mill Snow Jinny Feet ntIltnh Slitters t Severe Loss I THE WOIWT STORM SINCE 1881 l 1 1 Donvor Col Oct 22A general I storm prevailed uloug the eastern slope of tho Rocky mountains from Wyoming 10N1W Mexico today Snow fell In Colutada for 84 hours and atilt conttnUe8 Suburban electric llnoa are operate fwith dimculty Railroad train HVe delayed In the valley around Iluona Vista tbo snow lies two feet on tho level In tho mountains tho snow varies T from two to five feet Twentytwo 5ck Inches of snow Is reported at Flor ence 1 In northern Colorado the mow is SO Inches doop Should a freeze fol low there w jho j heavy loss to the potato crop Wyoming reports that a general storm plaed havoc with wire com munlcatlon and interrupted railroad...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

rim twi Jt w U r SI PAGK TWOTIIU PADUGB EVENING SUN MpNIy OOTOIJKU 22 r aj r AN OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITYFOR g FOR KENTUCKIANS I Dairy Products Shipped From i j North to South While Kentucky Docs Xot Produce Sufficient for Her Own Con sumption a INTELLIGENT STOCK FEEDING I t Saturday afternoons session of the farmers Institute was taken up with i two lectures R M Allen spbke on Dairying In Kentucky and E S Goodo spoke on Intelligent Feed f W > Mr Allen told how a stream o t j dairy products passed through Ken fr tucky from the north going south to f supply the demand there and not only that but part of that stream stopped In Kentucky to supply our it own demand We do not produce anywhere near enough for domestic r consumption and r4 yet our product I cannot compete In quality with the northern product gortheraproductWe We can build up this deficiency with care We must first torn out a pure product for which there Is al i wars a strong demand and at best i > prices The facilities...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

Y v 4 1 fJi MONIAV < OCTOHKK 22I ffiHE PADUCAH Pf flNJNUF SUNIJ THREE f w HEABSTSfMUBS HEARSTSFRAURSTO TO SECURE NAME S ShllliiiK Apiece i For i PutHion r if LchKUO I I I Tnmmnuy Iicmlorx Conio Ill WMIi Allliliivll heroic Klcctlnn Coin N nilssloiicrs 1 < XI JlJIIIH > MAY Ills DIIOIMMW t 1 Now York Oct 22 ChafgeH of the most remarkable frauds hnvo been mode by half a Uozep district leaders of Tammany Hall nRalnat F Hcurct hgenti nnd have been filed In the way of affidavits before tho board of elections It IH alleged I and thoro nro volumes of proof to sustain tho t chnrKcg that petitions for the Jnde ixnxlonoe league candidates for tho assembly nifd tho senate arc practlc ll > worthless worthlessThomas Thomas J McManus Tammany loader of tho Igvehth l auMmbly dis trict will on Monday present thirty five nmdavltii baring out tho conten tion John F CUrry Tammnny loader l of tho thirteenth district will present 13i2 affidavits William Oalton and Peter li fooling coleiders of ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

v t PAOiv FOURr IONIUY ooromm 22 Iu taabucalJ 5nn AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY iBY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO 1 IXCOHIMlllATKIl IXCOHIMlllATKIlF President K T PAXTOy General Manager 11 IISCIIIITIOV IIATKSi Entered < tt the postofflce at Paducah Ky OH second class matter mitten TIII OAIIY sirv Jly carrier per week 8 10 hall per month In advance 40 i mull per year In advance 460 TUB WKKKIY SUN Per yenr by mall postage paid 100 Address uTJ SUN Paducah Ky Office 116 South Third Phones 358 y Payne young Chicago and New York representatives a THE SUN can lie found t the follow Jnif place It D Clements fi Co Van Culln Bros Palmer House John Wllhelms 11 MONDAY OCTOBER 22 CIRCULATION STATEMENT f September 1000 13881 13975 33885 183948 t 43878 193942 f 6 3880 20 3931 6 3902 213959 73917223949 83913 243938 10 3931 25 3929 113900 263935 123911 274019 133950 284046 14 3992 294003 t 253903 Total 98478 Average tor September 19063939 Average tor September 190D3C5i t Increase 281 Personally appeared before me...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

jfcif i i V + r I MONDAY OCTOBKU 22 ETHB PXDTTCAH EVENING SUNrOC Fn c = at R The very newest and most stylish garments for ladies misses and children are to be found in the immense stock at If fI1t L t Exclusive Readrla Wear Slare 317 Broadway I IL4L I LINn ri Just recehed a shipment of StacyAdam Stetson Edwin lapp and Douglass Shoes Regular prlos 000 our price 375 and 100 at Iko Cohons Pawn Shop lOG SSec and St A City Jailer Tom Evltu gave his 4adopted pn Herbert ICvlttB an out Ing Sunday to Clarks river section In celebratlon of his tenth birthday ti A four htjrte wagon was Kecurod to tnkn tho iiariy to the i country NuU and grapes wore sotiifCd Taxpayers whoso name ap pear In the official delinquent Hit In The Sun may havo their names Btilckcn off by paying their taxes As they aro pald the names are taken out of the paper Clarence Smith six yearn olJ son of Clyde W Smith of 033 WIN llo street Mechaulcsburff wnsDt tacked by a vicious tog Saturday af ternoon near his homo and his f...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

r J F T1AOId SIX nil rawuun l VfJ mJ 5 MONDAY OCTOHKH 22 r f I I I HAD CHILD WIIKV IOMCK STOIPKD 1 lMTHKK s AT tlAIlitOA STATION P I IU x r q t I ItI I I MUI i ti > V lX loxllp linN nt MriiijihK Trios to Get Possttwloir of Ills Llltlc Ctrl Leslie Hart went to the residence of his wlte Princess Bird Hart on Kentucky avenue between Third Mid Fourth streets Saturday afternoon In disguise and attempted to take away his six year old daughter Thelma Ho hastened to Fourth street where he caught a car for the depot Intond ing to escape to Memphis with the child lie was discovered by nile + dcstrala who watched the unusuaal action of the father and notified pol lloa Captain Harlan Policemen at the depot wero notified and Hart was Intercepted before ho succeeded In getting away The mother Is a daughter of Mrs Mary Bird and works for the Cum berland Telephone company as eXi change operator She was away from home when the father called A divorce proceeding Is now pending In circuit court her...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

r I I bl 1 l1fl Ai1PAG1 e L1N L 1fJ MHIMMIHM With Edged Tools By HENRY SETON MERRIMAN Aitkor of TN Somladles timt Inm DM CteriUoa la JUotkff tic I Copyright 1804 by harper Brother 1 1 HHHHIHrH = hM There nrc some friendships where Ian intercourse In only the deal 1 which nli Bcnco duly germinates Jocelyn Gor don and Jack had parted ns ncqualnt nnccH they met ns friend Jlicra Is no explaining these thing tor there la no Ranging the depths of the Inimm mind Tliero IK no getting down to t1J < llttlo bond that lien at the bottom of tin wellthe bond of sympathy There Is I no knowing what It Is flint prompts us to My Tills man or this woman Of nil the millions shall bo my friend lI nm sorry ho said that ho should 3 have hell n chance of causing you nn easiness ngaln Jocelyn remembered that nil her life f She remembers still and Africa has dipped away from her existence for 1 ever It Is one of the mental photo graph of her memory ptamllng out i clear and strong nmld u host of minor reco...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 22 October 1906

r PACE EIGHT rIHru PADTJOAH EVENING SUNMO OCTOBER 2I WHOLE SHIPLOAD OF BELGIANS COME Sent To Clintlesion S C By The Agent Iroblcm of linmlxtiitloii tu lie Solv cd by Directing Them From Kurupv TUB MOVKMKNT IS SLCCKSSlTL Washington D C Oct 22 A shipload of European emigrants for the southern states sailed from Ure men Germany on October 18 direct for Charleston S C Concerning this new movement for providing the south with much needed laborers v Consul W P Atwcjl writes from Ghent as follows Commlsstonor E I J Watson of South Carolina who Is In Europe endeavoring to turn the tide or em Igratlon to America southward has been In Ghent at the branch office of his department located here This branch office has been In operation 1about one year and conducted In such n manner as to command the f confidence of the Belgian authorl tiesCommissioner Commissioner Watson said I have long been convinced as has United States Commissioner General Sargent that the only prac tical solution of what Is ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

rff1r r rN TJ I b Ptbnt4b tttnint inn 4 VOL XVIII NO 346 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 23 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK Y TUG BREAKS WHEN RIG IS ON TRACK 4 1I 1 I Bailny Turns Buck Somersault V VAml Is Saved I t i i y I eY 4 loiarn Killed and Hnggy IKinoiUlicd 1 1 r lly IlllnoU Cimtrnl Fut Truilit t t HE is FOUND UNCONSCIOUS t With a cannon ball patsengcr I 4 train bearing d wn upon him at a hullo a minute and a broken trace preventing hla progress Henry Bal lcy > 20 e3hiold of Pryorsburg n few miles south of Paducah on tho Illinois Control road performed n dripus stunt and today Is olive Ho turned avjomersault out of tho back of ljle b baggy and escaped being t ground 1iidmlh l His team of thor oughbred hones and buggy arc thing of the past the IIOKCS being killed I Instantly and the buggy being ro I J ducod to klndllmr wood In tho twlnk 4tang of an eye llalkiy left home In Pryorsburg to t 1 l drive to Wingo He drove his spirit I i d > horse and while trying to cross tho tracks...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

PAGE TWO I THE J ADUOA1L EVENING SUN TtiKSKVV OCTOHEH 33 I iJi hcitioi K Ma S Capacity House Last Night 1 It was to A capacity house ot well sed people that the DepowDur tte Stock company opened their wks engagement at the Kentucky Niter last night Standing room Wn stairs balcony and gallery was I rule and the applause that greo L the actors In the Power of ith the evenings bill was vo rous and frequent The company ded by the comedian Thomas E P ew Is of uniform excellence Be Thomas K Ik > lrr as Sol Snun > In the Country Ho nt The entucky tonight een acts tpcrlaltlea arc Introduced while away the time Miss Minnie pree billed as the champion la y buck and wing dancer wpars n tidal to prove her claims and de hted the audience which called er back twice Tonights bill Is A ountry Day f it i Stnrt Fund to Kstnbllsh Home f Chicago lit Oct 23A home for tttors and actresses who have con tracted pulmonary troubles Is to be founded and maintained In Colorado the plan originated with Ge...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

i ttTU DYi ogrouxn 23 THE PADUCAH m INTha SUNlAJE a I I f I Yo f Wants Oneo n Every oman t rP e j 1 I tr HE greatest stove sale in the citys history is now being Held at our store Hundreds of Paducah women are availing I I I + rthemselves r 1 of this exceptional opportunity Get rid of your troublesome old stove and let us furnish you a splendid = = = new one built on the Celebrated Bucks System which means the greatest economy of fuel combined with the 10greatest heating capacity Here is the offer We will put any Bucks Stove shown on our sample floor into your M I home on thirty days free trial If you find the stove satisfactory at the end of that time you may take advantage of lour liberal partial payment plan on settle for it as you choose v If the stove does not make good return it to us at our ex pense This offer is good for this week only as the special arrangements with The Bucks Stove and Range Company terminate Saturday October 27thf4 Let us send you a stove tomorrowr < &...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

U r7 W I I IU Jxt EVJ p FV1cIDAZ oofonin 1tt11 V 4 f tPabtttRI suit AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN FUBLISHINGCO I jxcoiiroiiATFn jxcoiiroiiATFnRM President R 3 PAXTON General Manager siriisciurTioY HATKSI Entered M the poftofllce nt Paducah I Krn necoriil class matter Tllll UtllY SUN Hy carrier per week I 10 mall per month in advance 40 mall pr year In advance 4 BO TIIH WKKKIjY SUN Per yoftr by mall pontage paid Jl 00 AdilreM T11K SUN 1nducah Ky Office J IS South Third Phone 38S Payne Younrf Chicago NW York reprclentnttve8 THfi SUN can be found at the follow ing places It D Clements Co Van Culln Bros Palmer House John Wllhelmf iI TUESDAY OCTOHKU 27 SCIIICULATION STATEMENT t September 1000 1 3881 17 3975 3 3885 1834i I 43B78 19 3942 1 5 3880 20 3931 C3902 21 3959 73917 223949 J 80 3913 24 3938 3931I 103931 253929 113900 26 < 3935 12 > 3911 27 < 4019 13 3950 284045 1439tk2 > 294003 I 15 > 390V Total 98478 I t Average for September 190G3939 I I > Average for Septembe...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

2Equwn i r s to nee rmasoit CflO mt tl f PADTIOim 1 VENING SUNr rn i ftJ Art n JI I I t l The very newest and most I stylish garments for ladies 4misses and children are to be found in the immense stock at Elcluslre Resdr lo Wear Store 1 e 311 Broadway r r a fLOCAL f LWXM I Just received a shipment of StacyAdams Stetson Edwin Clapp I and Douglass Shoes Regular price JCOO our prIco37G and UOO at Ike Cohen Pawn Shop IOC S Sec ond St The Forty Hour Devotion was concluded thin morning at tho St Francis do Sales Catholic church 01 with mavwit 730 oclock The de tovotloo began Sunday morning at 4 1030 oclock high mass It la an t 4 especially bcftutlful ond solemn serv ice Tho IUght Reverend William George MeClonkey of Louisville eel cbnitcd tho mass at St Francis do Sacs yesterday morning Ho was on route from Maxons Mill whoro he ronflrm d a class on Sunday Ilcmcmbcrt When you buy coal from Bradley Brothers you arc buy Ing the very best to be had for tho 1 money Phono 339 John Hardin wan a...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

y fir rt + 1rv = + Ay 3 1P SIX jfci IHltX i v tmI I1JJI it TUESDAY 043TQBR 23 I > iithE B mm t 4 i j WAGON OF SUGAR mIyer f Iyer Is Knocked Off 1 And I 1 A Dragged By Mule 1oh YoUrift Ctilorwt Swllrlihion Sprain Ills Hlght Arm In Ilia Collision VAOOV COMPLETELY WRECKED + a TJIB INJURED William Allen farmer hip hurt 1nYoung colored switchman t Kprnliuil right < I arm WI lam Alien nndison Sam Allen I tanners residing two miles north of Slflyflefd > erapioyed < as drjvers for tho SlaY etd branch of tbo Covlngtoa l3roa Grocery company on an over + land wagon narrowly escaped death at 11 oclock laU night when they Attempted to cross the Illinois C6a + trap tracks at Eleventh and Jefferfon streets As a result of their care lessness four mules are skinned William Allen and tho switchman ate Injured several barrels of sugar ore lost and the wagon reduced to kindling wood WlMlani Alien loaded his I wagon with 13 barrels of sugar Four mules drew the load and he got away tit 14t4 5...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

F A x t a A eo 7 4 it J 15 TP TTUHSDAZ T OCTOBim 98 t > tnllr L Q N1Q u JI Ii PAGE SEVEN P M H JII T 17 WWVW1 UULMMM4HVi With Edged Tools o By HENRY SETON i MERWMAN r Aittw of H TM Sewn H H fetoi toner H frui OM twnlM it AMtor lie a lOoprrlrbt l 1W4 bjr Harper 4 Brother 1 i Maurice Gordon made n little move ment of the shoulders ns Indicating certain uneasiness but l lie Bald nolh 1 ingThere f There wan n pause of considerable I t duration nt the end of which Durnoro I produced n paper from his packet j and threw It down Thatll good business he said Two thousand tusks murmured goodI I i Through Akmed I suppose T Yes Wo can outdo these Arabs nt their own trade An evil smile lighted up Duruoros i sallow face When ho smiled hU droop I Ing curtaliiIIko mustache projected In 1 n t n way that made keen observers of tho human face wonder what his I 1 mouth Was like I Gordon who had been handling the paper with the tips of his fingers ni It It were sometblug unclean threw It down on tho ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 23 October 1906

T3v1 r r re is y U 1 TvvBSI PAGE EIGHT aHID PAtitJOAH EVENING SUNTUESDAY OCTOBER 28 F BOYS AND GIRLS Jj Write Usa Versepr t r Story one J > 1 Wallersteins Bells w Prizes for the Best Two A fi Probably every man woman and child In Paducah knows or tho great success of our at homo last Thifrsdnyyand tho hit we made with our souvenir bells You could sec and hear them allover tho ItTlln aldermen were disturbed In their deliberations and called I 4 on tho chief of police to quiet the racket and many n I sleeper awakened by the tinkle of the belief Waller 1 steIns bells f > Tho Incident was dcomodl tl JUL worthy of notice by the A newspapers acid bas suggested an Idea to us Wo want n composition or story as1 the newspapers call it or a verso upon It and shall offer two prizes of five dollarsln golf each for tho best article written by a girl and the Bother f for the best article written by a boy The composition to contain two liundred words or less Tho contest Is open to every schoo...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 24 October 1906

5 I 7 > f a LIe S a L a f M r J tl I rj t pbtJjI i fuing I tin VOL XVIII NO 347 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 24 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK I NIGHT WATCHMEN 1 1 AT ALL CROSSINGS I I b r Mayor Directs Local Railroads I 1 To Provide Them All Night Prompted to Do So Hy Tleccnt Acci r dents nt CrnnslngM and Public r Requests t ORDER WILL In APPRECIATED S t Mayor Yelser today wrote letters I to Superintendent W J Hills of Ur I N C St L railroad and J T Donovan aGont of the I C notify ing them that theso roads must com ply with the city ordinance directing that the railroads keep watchmen at all of tho crossings In Iho city day and night while trains are crossing croslllngjthew Tho mayor was prompted to do ot this by the several accidents that a have happened at the crossing recent 4 I ly and more particularly by tho ac t 4cldent 4 nt tho Jefferson street cross ing of the Illinois Central Monday night when William Atfcn a driver for the overland trannfor which runs I ° from here to ...

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