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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 31 October 1906

axy r 1 r PAGE EIGHT flDHU PADUGAH EVENING sutUDEsDUL OCTOBER 81 CDHYICTED GUARD CONYIOTHDGUARDWANTS WANTS NO TRIAL I End Of Prosecutions In East ern Insane Asylum Family Trouble Results In Fnlnlltjr In Kmtncicy Comity Chickens a Particular I INFLUENCE OF THE CUCUMBER i Lexington Ky Oct I1rcd PharrU recently couvlcteU for tho murder of Fred Kettorer a patient at tho Eastern Kentucky asylum had its alto ic W C Hobbs withdraw lila motion for a new trial and the former attendant will serve tho fivo years in tho penitentiary J i Ends In Tragedy Harlan Ky Oct 31A bloody tragedy occurred near tho mouth of AValllna creek 1 bin county yester day In which ono man was killed In stantly another wounded and two fine mules killed The man engaged In tho fight were Green Bailey How and and Jarvis Noc Jr on ono side and Jacob Xoo and his brother John Toe on tho other Howard pas guardian far and reared the woe boys and their sister John Npo had moved to Clay county j Como time ago nod bad como back ...

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. — 1 November 1906

1 d hif n m t Pabn b tflntn3 iuL + VOL XVIII1NO 3541 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 11906100ENTS PER WEEK t SOCIETY WEDDING EVENT OF SEASON k Miss Rubio Corbctt anti Mr C W Thompson United Solemnized < In FirstjCforlstlnn Church 111 Presence ofFathloiuiblc yIAudIkn MOST IMIllKSSIVK CEREMONY A wedding notable as a social l I event end binullful In Its wlemnifn tlon was that of Miss Ruble Corbvtt and Mr Charles William Thompson r last ovculng at tho First Christian church A largo and fashionable nu dlcnco witnessed tho event and added totbo brilliancy of the scene Tile church was most effectively decorated A curtain of smilax over whIte formed tho background for the bridal party and the clmncol was banked with palms and form Tho I choir rail was Intertwined with 1 nmllax and palms and ferns wcro gracefully arranged Tbo bridal processional down tho central alskr wds ds fololwsr till Charles > Acotl and 3lr Arthur y Martin Miss Paulino Piircell of Lox IngUm Dr Charles Ilghtf...

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. — 1 November 1906

uir r P r uirT 4tT 1U v r PG TWO r THIS PADUCAED EVENING sUNTHLJtSl4tY xoviamuri 1 fiJ ± e I Cbe Ken lucky BOTH PHONES 848 FRIDAY NIGHT NoV N Y 2 Jules Murry I Presents 1 5il I SYLVIA LYNDEN Tn Clyde Fitchs Greatest IlarI HER OWN WAY The Play Thai Made Maxine Elliott famous F Phillips Birthday Party The Greatest Childrens Scene Ever Presented Upon a Stage Prim 23 xi no i 7 Ii si ialltI 1 ir o nt l on sAfcs ThuiWldy 0 h in + LEE LINE STEAMER 1 Steamer Georgia Lee Leaves Cihciimnti Octo ber 24 for Louisville Evaus ville Padncah Mcfaphis Iuiul all way points Through rate to Helena Vicksburg and Pirie Bluff Ark arriving Paducah Sat urday October 27th GF PfllLLlPS Agent Both Phones 1I5VA STUDENTS mOT Seriously Wound 1ullcr Olllctr and Get in Workhouse Lexington Ky Nov 1Slx stu dents of tho State college who as saulted and injured police Dicers on t ie college campus last night are now jn the workhouse Judge Riley con tinued the charges of confederating disorderly conduct afid carrying co...

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. — 1 November 1906

S THURSDAY NOVEMBER J 1M PADUOAD mrnim LL AxlE THREE Ai i SOME SENATORS TtWILL Tt NOT RETURN f v i tWshlnJdon t Gossip A1olll The j Upper House l 47hoot OOOH In < Now York to Repudiate 1 11f1JllfIltN Slatrniiiitij ClilM < Ijilior Problem Ii1ILtUn 1 iv THI COITBH TIIAIW 3 Washington Nov 1 As the ro suit ot the elections next week ono third of the present membership of ltho senate will bo affected Senators f0 + Jwho aro sura of being returned MO Messrs Mclaurln Fostor Nelson Frye Bacon Cullum Bailey Gamble i I f Ihlruhnln Crane Dolllvcr Elklns 1 tlSimmons Warron AIloo and Dryden tl II There may be opposition to the two I 6 4laAt named otter their legislatures I f hare assembled Mr niockburn of Kehtueky Till bo succeeded by Judge Pnynlorjfomor Coy Hob Taylor will succeed E W Carmnck of Ten n lsee and Mr Gcnrln ot Oregon will bo succeeded In turn by Mr 9Mulkey 9 for the short term and Mr f Mourn for the remainder of tho va cash created by tho death of John Hlpplo Mitchell sav Vnti...

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. — 1 November 1906

taa t y tfx = ri p Vbz = = d trMJM Stf011Pf F4c 1JQbu 51t1l AFTERNOON AND WECKLY ty THE SUN PUBLISH1NOCO < INCORPORATED F M FISHER President r J PAXTON Oenerol Manager sunsauiTiox iiATRSi Entered at the postofflce at Paducah Ky us second class matter Tim DAILY SUN Hy carrier per week S 10 mall per month In advance 40 mall per year In advance 460 THE WEEKLY SUN Per year by mall posture pald1OO Address THK kIN Paducah Ky ell South Third Phone 358 Payne Young Chicago and New 1York 1 representatives THE SUN can be round at the follow InB placed It D Clements 8 Co t J Van Culln Bros tPaioler House 1 John Wllliclmc i 9 IL THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 Z CIIWUIuTtOX STTKUENT j September IUOI 13881 17 3975 3388ij 183948 43878 19 3942 s 6880 206931 6 3902 213959 73917 223949 83913 24x 3938 10 3931 25 3929 113900 2643935 123911 274019 13 + t39SO 28 4045 I 1413992 29 4003 15 x3965 Total t 98478 Average for September 190C3939 F I Average for September 190G3656 tncreaje a jl lr ljjl r X83 Personally ap...

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. — 1 November 1906

n + rA A < < F ° awr 1T cI I t 4 i 51 t5 n1a q M feltf + l1m xr r F 1 r n1La I e qtt ij 4 Y G c Jll r r FUR COAT SALE JFur J Coats Fur Pieces and a General j IDisplay of Skins from Animals That IL I Fv in i the Cold I Climate i These goods we show in endless varieties We have Electric Seal Coats for 2950 3250 3500 370 4000 4250 and up We have scarfs for the neck for 75c 98c 250 350 5 00 750 1000 1150 1400 1800 t 20CO 2500 andup tRt 4 up t I This variety includes the best values in furs 1 shown in this locality We announce this fur offer 1ing because we own too many furs and because we 1 1 + Ibo ght them very cheap is the reason we have such a big lot lotThis This fur sale starts tomorrow and every piece of fur and every coat has been marked down less than regular price i t 4 f Sptiil Yilmfa Fun Salo Rtrtrts tomor < row Tuesday t 4but 4 morning the lowest Nothing Q prornllY y ton t tlmJIncst furs 317 Broadway LOCAL LL fEZ 1 Juan received a shipment of 1 t L StacyAdams Stetso...

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. — 1 November 1906

r11ft4A1X rv f 1J V1 un T11mt9nIv xovimnnit i 1 t 11 L I L NEON BOBBIES BEST IN WORLD r of f 1 f Over Three Hundred Thous and Arrests In Three Years tint SeiTnljEIslit Cases Hnyo Como On Carpet and Jlost of Thcm Them1xsurcd > t JimsoxL COMi I UXTS FEW London Xor 1Tho police scan dills which have Oiled the nowritpa ijjors ot Chicago recently and tho fro fluent dlsclosur h i concerning the Inl hlclcficy and corruption df the po Jlce lan other cities ot the United States omphaslro the significance df d table of statistics which Was pub lished the other day concerning the tollnqnonctes of the metropolitan police tot London during the last three > stars The figures are official and were compiled at the request of Sir Howard Vlnc6h M P lshow I s the efficiency and gp3d Judgment of f the London constable rThe tablo shows Jhe total number of persons arrested by tt > police of London durjtig the three ars to bq 37840i named tide numU r of cases t In Vhlch legal proceedings were take...

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. — 1 November 1906

S ST t J j tnURSDAY xovimuiiH i etc ittdi JJ1ft J ft = I IAGE z SEVEX 4 1 + + + + 41 + 1HHtil1I 1111 + 1 rWith r Edged i Tools By HENRY SETON MAN U3or fH TW Sown H H teini Corw H ttmOn tmriUM U airtHf tH I S Oopjrrlf ht 18M br Harp r A Urothin v II I11ZI I I 1I I I I I 1 I I I I IIsi I I 1 Tnionext morning he was unable to leave I hIli bod and lay nil tiny In n ttnto of semlftoinnolcncc Joseph ex plained to tho men that tho lender wad so disgusted with their ungrateful S conduct that lIP would not leave tliu tout In tho evening there was a ullglit attack mndc from tho southern side lildet chiefly by his own lout I range firing insisted by a few picked rUle biit I the situation wits extremely critical p J WI t Tho roll of the big war drum could bo r heard almost Inreninntly rising with weird nlelancboly from thd forest land beneath them pDcsidte tlllllculllos tlio new crop of ftlmlncliic tbo coml within twelve mouths hnd bveti picked dried mid f f 4IItofCII 4 In CIIHUR Without on the...

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. — 1 November 1906

a IAQK WAIT rJttr > PABTOAH EVENING BYNTIlU1tSD NOVEMBER 1 = M 1 Off 1 of o f t F Broadway i With ditr rent methods i lowert t prices then Broadway t stOleS with Broadway exp peasea and Broadway t u methods I HARBOURS SEVENTH FRIDAY BARGAIN SALE TOMORROW Tell it to your neighbors It will bo n closing out bargain Sale of much thats wanted tight non Extraordinary low prices will bo put t upon nil small lots broken assortments and A short lengths mado by our big selling the past week Thcsu Prldaj sales arc all sales of extraordinary bargains If you dont Ret them you dont come for them If you como nnd dont get them you dont ask for them Remember this is ono store not employing smooth oily slick salespeople to sell yon go pis you dont quite want nor perhaps need Its positively against this stores rules for any salesperson to urge to buy If the goods dont appeal to your own intelligence you lire not made to believe nor arc you persuaded that they are tho nearest thing for your purposes...

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. — 2 November 1906

r w X t nbn a tnntnlT S I VOL XVIII1NO 355 f JPADUCAH KY FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 2 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK 1K CHEAP TRICK WAS PAPERh4y h4y Commercial Club Directors 4 Sign Public Statements Asked If They Had Attended Meet ings at Night and They JUy plied No I I1 THE FALSEHOOD IS VXOOVEIIE I Stirred by a cheap trlclc which brought thum Into unpleasant noto riety and put them In the false light of seeming to say what they had not CMcscrs Harry R Hank Dan Fltz Patrick Wallace Well and Qcorgo H doodmnn havo signed statements concerning tho resolutions adopted t by tho Commercial club directors J itfavorJug 1 the water works contract tand the park bond Issue They were I trltked by the question Did you attend a mealing at night and they responded no As a matter of fact tho Commercial club meeting J at which tho resolutions were adopt ed was held In the day time timeA tlr B H Scott also was tricked the same way Ho said he dd not attend a Right meeting Ho did not even know tho purppWof the n...

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. — 2 November 1906

f tfPGE W0i i > ur 11 THIS PArDtrOAH EVENING SUNf LI IUDA Vi < NOVIttllU3U 2 A I 1a tf s tf tsf trsas s tf sfotf f sf tf tf t sr st Your money will buy mole value at the New Store than it will at any other clothing store in Paducah That is a broad statement but nevertheless a true one We intended ch should be the case else we should not have asked for your business and our customers tell us it is absolutely so I Men who make it a rule to hold their expenses down to the lowest notch r are rapidly learning this fact It is the key note of the success we have made Justl drop in and see the New Store you wont be urged to buy but we wont promise that you will resist tIll l tempting things you will see Overcoats from 10 to 40 Our price range inust necessarily be if broad one for wo v intend to have an overcoat to sultan mans pocketbook or taste no matter what they tell him 1m wants We arc selling just tots of coats for 10 that our customers say more is naked for elsewhere They are in...

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. — 2 November 1906

rmTmrn fi ttHB P ADD OAEl Eh1 i NJNU SUNII FnlDAV NOitmFn 2 m t frirst I Annual Opening Wednesday November venth i nineteen hundred and six W edn < sday evening we c viII give away a I Hoosier n Kitchen Cabinet Value 35 If you come you have l a chance to win it Our NeW Home ePI J I f First t > r OpeningWednesday Wednesday November ey nth nineteen hundredand SJr r TYTEDNESDAYafternoon vv and evening November 7 we will throw open our vvdoorsfor the first annual opening In our t new home 114116 South Third street You are most cordially invited to command bring your friends to see i what we believe you will concede to be the handsomest store and the < < most attractive f tractive assembly of Furniture and kindred lines ever shown in this city There will be music flowers jjnd souvenirs u tI t r In the evening we will giveaway a 35 Hoosier Kitchen Cabi net If you come you stand a chance tp win it Seethe cabinet in i window and judge whether or not it is worth a coming t T for ...

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. — 2 November 1906

f m jJ tnWctf o b C m I t 1Jainca inn e I WEEKLYI > i YUE uttPuBLlsnINOCO I l dhrOfATCD T p M < P13HEU President I E J PAXTON General Manager sirnsciuiTiox HVTKSI Entered at the ptntofllce at Paducah < Ky as second clan matter TUB UA1IV SUN Up cnrrlcr per week f 10 mall per month In advance 40 mall per year In advance r 480 r THIS WEEKLY SUN Per rear by mall postage pald310 0 Address TUB SUN Paducah Ky Onice 115 South Third Phones 358 tiPayne Young Chicago and New York rcprc teiUatlyo TILE SUN can be round at the follow ing place I Jl U ClemEnt Co t Van Oulln Uroi Painter House John Wllhvlm 1 FIUDAV NOVEMBER 2 C1RCL1 YTION STATKMEXT t October 1001 1 3989 11393 2 h 3891 18 x393 6 3 3903 19413 3 4 I 33C3 20593 3 G 39SC 22 447G 5 G 39SO 23 4190 R 3902 24453 0 5 9 3955 2C 4032 J k 10 3953 28 3949 1 3959 21t 3942 t 13 3977 29 1 3925 i 13 3979 30 3941 L 16 39CO 31 3929 103925 Total 108495 i Average for October 1900401 8 I AVerage for October 1906361 2 lncrqasc l t t > > JOG...

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. — 2 November 1906

1 r w 4 tt rilti m tPi tt N t i l I Ir I r t THIS pretty suit has just come in The culors you may have it in are blue green brown brownc Itght fitting made of good quality chiffon broad cloth and has pretty plaited skirt The price of t this nobby and well tailored suit 1 I Is tWeve just gotten another lot of those pretty i IiWeve Ii I Waists prettyI I I I I 1 I The L greatest selection of Fur Coats fver shortn f 4 tit Padncah j Paaicah31zjodway t 1LO 1 LI LINKS 1 Just received a sblpment of N l StacyAdams Stetson Edwlu Clapp acd Douglass Shoes Ilcgular price 000 our prlco 376 and HOO at Iko Cobens Pawn Shop loa S Sec ond SU Engine No S3 was derailed In aUldo swipe with a bad order car this morning near Ihe jacking track In the Illinois Central yards Romcmh rJ When you buy coal COm llradley Drothers you are buy log thoyery bent to be had for tho m n01 Phono 33DT 7r Rubbernecks nnd Pillars of I Salt will ho the subject tonight at tfe > Chrjfttlan chapel Wortens adJI I tOn Dr Gilber...

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. — 2 November 1906

f rdor Rrt I EVWN fJt1tFnmA Koyn > rnnu 2 t CbeKcntucUy I t nOTI WIQXEa B 1A J r > v t t > i t if TONIGHT 1JT 1 Jules J Murry Presents I f SYLVIA LYNDEN CIn Clyde Fitchs Greatest Play HER OWN WAY t ri i Vie Play Thai Made Mnxinp BlIio1tfJmousr Phillips Birthday Party The Greatest ChilHrens Scene Ever Presented pon a Stage Prices 23 33 CQj 73 fl 1 nil i lfiO r MONDAY Night Nov 5 Leander D Cordova M tPresents t Mr HERBERT J E DENT ON I The singing comedian In the supreme sovereign of nil sensational ihelodramijs entitled I I A RAGGEDLBr 1 Jj Maurice J J Fielding y 10 MAMMOTH SCENES 10 JrilCS c Thc GOc and SLc Fats on safe Saturday 0 n in TUESDAY Night Nov 6 The dramatic event pf the season 4 Ed War t G White Presents Mildred Holland d I In the Romajilic Drama t THE LILY AND ° THE A PRINCE t Presented on an elaborate scale with magnificent scenery bril I liantly beautiful costumes correct furniture and artistic lighting ef fects fectsIbis election returns well Jo re ceiv i Ibt...

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. — 2 November 1906

S ct I f JUDVV NOVEMBER 2 w FXDUOXH JKVENIJRS 1 AUK BliVKX d W 3 HHIHHHHMIitMiHI With Edged T 0015ili i ili S By IICNRV SETON MrRRl tAN S MK tt S TN Sown taint tANi i S Inm ON CtmSM U AioUicr lie Coprrlrtt 1MI by Harper Brother 7 1 tt I t 111 i i iii I II IIIH I 1 IHI + I 1 Jh C1IAPTEU XVII IIIIEE days nfter the arrival or T the rescuing forco nt tho plateau Guy Oftcnri hUll organized u retreating party comnmmleil liy I Josopli to convoy lock Meredith 111I I to UK roast lie know I > IIOUKI of SIflodleiflo to rccognlzo tlio fact Hint tlili WHS 110 pnaslng hull IIo 1tIvn litjf B S thorough breakdown III health Tho S work unit anxiety of the lant your nddetl to tho strung iltaiiulotlng lirontli ot tho Rltularlne grove hnil I S L Itirouiht nlmut n ncrlwm collapse In the Njstem which only months of rest and Freedom from euro could lop lr repirc was Artady to march It wn discovered that S the hostile tribes lint finally evacuated qJ I e the COUll try which ilellvcranro won SIIi brought...

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. — 2 November 1906

h C 1 IID WA i 1i JJMJHpIJ I LL 11 IHYSICEJRECK t 4t 1 SAfl THE WORLD I In Speaking of Mary Baker G Eddy Yesterday Claims That Lawyers Have Hccn Consulted In Itcgnrd to Her Property F VIEWS ABOUT Tin INTERVIEW tNow York Nov 9Under date of t Boston Mass the World printed the following this evening No doubt remains that Mrs Mary Baker 0 Eddy ISJa pblool wreck BCnllo nngtaoso to death and that the doors of Pleasant flow havo closed i upon her never to bo reopened unless drastic legal measures bo taken to solve the secrets of tho house of ms tery I teryTho Tho World Is in a position to say I positively that lawyers were today t consulted in Boston by fair minded members of the Christian Science cult who are now convinced of Mrs Eddys I pitiful cotfapso and of tho fraud and trickery that surround her Calvin A Fryo and others of his 1 all powerful l coterie lu actual physi cal possession and control of old Mrs Eddy will be forced to ten what has I become of her great fortune estimat ed by...

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. — 3 November 1906

t t rte crn r + aY 3 1 ii vat RjYrnp 1 i t I abnealbtuiuJ uti x I r 6 + xr t VOL XVIII NO 356 PADUCAH KY SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 3 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEKt SERIOUS BLUNDER ak 1 TO DEFEAT PARKS Says Alderman W T Miller k At The Meeting Hon Hal Corbett Says No Question + of AdvUnblllly Advancement but of Citys LW Se S e CROSS ONE llItlDGK AT TIME S J 1 1To Illustrate tho financial ndvant age to the city of Investing JIOOOJI In parks now Alderman Miller read beforo last nights open meeting of f F uchliens at the court horse discuss 1 Ing tho park bond Issue and water contract a communication from a lo cat real estate man saying that he has such corifldenco In tho growth ot r the city that ho would make this II proposition If tho city would spend tho 100 000 on parks now and apreo to give him half Interest In tho Investment t he would guarantee to pay back the 100000 with Interest at the end of I I 20 rears so that tho city would bo getting a park system halt the size contemplated righ...

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. — 3 November 1906

VAQE TWO rTIIL PADTJGET KVENIN < 3 SUN SATIIUUV 30VEMI1HK 3 ii v t 1 1 J I V f V FOUR HUNDRED YEARS I AGO I y d fOandelion yas used by the Arabs as a blood purifier Today it is used by every medical man throughout the world because every physi i v I m cian knows that it is one of the most valuable and effective of all Natures remedies On most prescriptions for pills and tablets you will see the words Ext Tairax I Q S this means Extract of Dandelion sufficient quantity A doctors prescription costs you anywhere from IDandelion 1 500 andit is generally worth the money Dr Edwards Dandelion Tablets or Pills cost 25 cents for a box of thirty and they are always worth the money Because they are a certain cure for those diseases for which they are recommended x Get a trial package FREE OF I COST from the drug store mentioned below and test them yourself t WHAT DAXmUOX TABLETS ANI j IhL13ARR Everybody knows that Dandelion Is tho mos valuable of all Natures ram odlQS Well Dr Edwards tablet...

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. — 3 November 1906

ij rr 1p 1 j x SATURDAY xovKMUEn + n HHH P3DTJOSH EVENING BlJIPJE Y THREE 1eWecie 1 I I r ri rIm KfjAMK IlKltHV a jKVpnder It Is 1 I BltiSlntc us still bo merry I Intplto of cold and the ralnl Set like a bright and windy torch Ovtr bach empty porch When fdrrbwlng Summor left her palaces It gallantly Halls welcome still to every passer by Bidding him enter and faro heartily Looks whore the white frost is Yonder It glows again p1The brave flame berry q Come hither it cries Hero will the brave heart tarry Here will the young heart sine For pure Jo of the wlncbrlght I 0 1air r I LlVo dawn blown everywhere And for love of the wide unhidden skies 1And none can stay C Huarlnc the call to listen an1 come away Down many a path for many and many a day I And glad are we and wise Who have the summoning Oh brave flamo berry Mildred r McNoal Sweeney n ovembor IlppIncoUsf II Announcement Tho Delphic club will meet on f t Tuesday morning at 10 oclock at 1a the assembly room ot nio Carnegie Carnogte...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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