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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 27 June 1901

fi Ip t A dt I ld t HcftHANDDESTRUCTION eE I k j DESTRUCTION V t The Elkhorn Valley Swept By a Mighty > Flood Yesterday Morning Early and L 700e Hundred Perish The Lois of Property Will Reach 1 Millions Thirty Miles Railroad Washed Away Much Suffering 4 y iVn Monday d + IIr i ° OTHER JOHNSTOWN HORROR Wooke Va June LTblrn tliAeecllon hu been studied by ft loot the extent of which la mil prob probi ofd i ofr r IEar I U concerned EarlA Saturday morning ehortly after mftalght a heavy downpour of min began accompanied by a eevere electric alorin which violently In craueX tojuine aad con tinned for AfTfL ThU continued j and night f d4an havli > fill In f 4lere la I w evident es ° or at C great l In be VTt V aeT ° ° t TED ree rr Icy tor faced Foulard In betx Shortly arterllrcinlghi Bat Bight ite medaIftbebeavenehad opened their flood gate over the town of Vivian W Ve Her paaaenger train wa caught in the flood and the Urea of the frightened paeeeoger wen aavd only by the uee of rope w...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 3 July 1901

f > a t i Inca He puifiu who hll findf tutlntu lucccii In bus t The Paducab Sun i WEEKIYBTIIN t VOLUME VII NUMBER 166 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 3 1901AY j I l HER BEST SMILE Paducah Extends a Royal Welcome to the Distinguished Members of Louisvilles t Board of Trade Special Arrived at Noon Congressman I 1Wheeler WelcomesReception at the Palmer House Followed Dinner DELEGATION ARRIVES The delegation of 100 member ol f the Lost rtlle bonnl of trade arrive i at noon on Ihe Oneit special trnlii that t J crcrpaiMxl I through Sonthffwt Ken geedr r a were met at the train In addition to a large crowd by Major Jabr and Pitt Mont PaiUm of the Commercial ulub and the following reoeptlon ronunlt < tec tteOea 0 Wallace John P Weal W li I Coilnutoo Atw Lirlngklon K I W I Baker L Nanbelm H O Terrell J P Binlh J K lIouduiMit I M I I I Rleke II lU t Hlnion befit John t Hock James li Roltrtsnu llarri a Hank 11 JL Harbour O L Gregory L S RaDoli Joe Yelser II II Lind any M Bloom Adolph W...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 3 July 1901

n < > n < n d r j Hot Weat r Fabrics 111 llj > Fl f t We ate showing a Urge variety ft whlte and color < 1 inmllns or Good sheer wtl linen 10 cents per yard V1 n Real fine white linen island SO cents rer Sent Fin white her Batiste and Iertisu Lawns S3 and 33 cent per yartl Beautiful quality whit French NI IneV i 25 ante per yaril White Paris Uu llni In Hne qual ities ID 40 se and Ti cent Ir i yard 1 White open lace strip Lawns for fancy shirt rant 10 island 35 cents Ir yard 1 JUV t c Beautiful white dotted Muslin 2 5 ante for yard T Fait colored fancy stripe dimities extra width 10 ants per yard Beautiful patterns in fine colored Iatiita 10 1 cents per yard 1I Fine French Dlmltlet In assorted I colon 33 CtaiI tar i yard r l1li I June Bargains In Foulard Silks Your chancel get a handsome drew at little cent We offer all of car fine Foulard Silk at greatly reo laced prices Fine satin faced Foulards in beau I tiful patterns II 119 nine now cut to 93 ants per yard r Extra...

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

KINGS NEW FAVORITE C London Society Aghast at Edwards Partiality for Palto s PArsari BeautyPast Favorite of Many Princes i I t I I f London octal eicluslvci are sliockrl at King Edward VHs growing I f1 llallty for Lime de Ponjiy tli otorinns 1arlslan beauty Who at differ i times has fatn the favnrit t of tli King of Belgians Prluce Napoleon Doni pte Gen Uoulang r Im Ifs of Orleans and many other men of emlnroc i Edward has luni 1 t lied uet 1 sniiml l with her many times and bo b many attentions f = The News Newsof I 01 I Ohl a Week 1I KaniuChy and Paducah Kernels I t I From Friday dally Mr John W Wllkin of 1111 tana one cttthe wealthiest iniii in Italian 1 I rottntyj and a l rIm mover m all Ih r 1riI cs of Bandana was In lhe 5 5 city today and reports lust the pla n I to establish an electric rail ay from llauilana to Padnoah h l now progress Ing rajijdly and Jnly K I > he will Mart cat lo Store snbscrl > tinni fuse It Already ccmiiiny of nnn reaiilrnts I bas plaiui + d l t 6...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 3 July 1901

c n A DARK DARKIIORSE HORSE Mr CharlM Imcry Walks AwayI I With the County Judge Appointment It t I c nE WAS SURPRISED The Two rpiunli Were Gruff Dup rotatedThfj Mad Strong IndoittmenH COMMISSION ARRIVED THIS MORNING I Ttorn TundaDI7 Mr Chattel Emery the well known cigar deeler and it former magistrate wa 3 Hltr flrrooon late ap pointed county Jmlg cf McCrackce I county to scccewl the Uto Count j Jndg TaU ly tinT Eeckham at 1 ranktort The appointment cunted consldei Mr TniftT was noi able surprise M tn applicant ami bo1 Indorsed 1 Mr Wynn Tally nt l accompanied bin to Frankfort to put his claims twton GoT Bockham The other applicant was Captain J M 1 Lull one of thi oldeit Democrat In the county wlo I al 110 had strong Indorsements loot Whl tha ppolntnicnt wa > nude ai It was l > not known and hat rareated coniUerabl talk In Dcuiocart le orcle cipeclally among the frlent < 01 the two applicant Mr Emery stated thin motnlrg that the appointment a plrsait surprise to him ai ha ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 August 1901

He who find ucwa In bus finest pushes his budncu tInCil 4 t VOLUME VmNUMBER i 1 Ha STRIKE STATUS j Sixty Thousand Have Obeyed I IOrders I Orders i I MKEESPORT THE CENTER e The Trust li Strong In the WettHa the Adnntige In Illinolt and Cir nrcn Valley ANOTHER REMOVAL ORDER I FlltUbnrg August UTh Lcd estimates of the number of men who went out on the strike ordert pltcc the figure at CO 000 That number tl not Idle now however at thousand of the men hare gone to tho Independent mills or fonnil work In other place No accurate flguret on the number now idle are possible The number that obey the final l rill of President HharTrr I < roughly placed at 11000 Imt atthe figure oonnicl and aro tm 1 reliable where lull were only par tally crippled or the men itlll wavtr la their allegiance to their employers The American Tin Plate and Jia lloiial Told companies are the heaviest s afferert by the strike and strangely enough they were In nowty concern la the original dispute The Steel corporat...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 August 1901

These Are The Best I H Values Of The Season I They are strictly Seasonable goods offered at greatly Reduced Prices to reduce our stock before we move JK s Tr rephet IJ 111 itrlrtly all wool mice ctinel hair lulling In Mne brown a il 1 pny mixture wutth from l < salo jSc per ytid will make tcrrlceable tray el 1 ug if tieel drnes for early fell only jiC Special Sale Of Remnants r All lite I Slierl Itnri from our entire itoeir dike wool drew good 1 and wi h I iota You wlIl lie wauling hIM Iteuaclmuldeee and mitts You can 1 Iniy the n lunntftltli sat Ir al tnoneyiAviiig jtilcti I Heres a few Special Values I p t J card l ainil < j lir Set Island ilonirstlr a jc value for Jjfeytnl 1 = All ii1 ibrrke 111 medium qiiality tpron glnthimi ascqutllly for site pant n One piece Mripeil linen tkirtlng a loc vtluefor 7JcyanI to 4u piece lw I iutlitr I lai colored ihlillug petcilti a ue rot ljf for ice K 71art If All ur our ii canil ice tut ro1IM nudrat cloth and dr glughama lor w 7Kcyl U ft ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 August 1901

I You Know THE EARLY BIRD TIS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY AHRead I i NOW That We Have Caught Your Eye Read This AD it Will Pay You 1 I I 33 I 3 1 1 AddrH f dl earn I I 1I I w gtHi + na i 1 a > zJr Percent Men and Boys Suits That Sold Above 10 Flannel Suits Included 125PER I PERCENT CENTOff SIIOES BOYS ALL ON Mens and Boys Suits 1nlens 1 sold atSlOorklow r J r Cut Prices on Boys Shoes It 1 Mothers Do You Want to Save Money I 250 1I 1 and 300 ShoesCut Cut to 149 Blacks and Tans Vicis Patent Leathers French I 1r 1 Calf etcsae ore < < I 1re I 175 and 150 J 1 125 t and 100 BOYS SHOES 1 1 3 OFF ON ALL Cut to 99c Cut to 79c f GEO H GOODMAN f COMPANY 4 > 0 INCORPORATLU DlUlllery Will T No 7 Mil DIITILLr1S RED ROCItw111aKLY Na13t11It JMaUlet NelauN 1 Distributors of High Grade l Kentucky oty Rye and Bourbon Whiskies I t to the Public H H ft a d 11 Gee II Odmen T FloIn I GdmaeI I J s C01n a ecl I rrtu I 1 KKdiiianaNoJKjr 1 lUirtonflyraolJ 1 100 a 3t4 IIjpI a 300 Jack Ream KyKmr lahil ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 August 1901

HOBSONS LATEST Ho Becomes a Prisoner In the Eddjville Penitentiary ror a Breach of Hoipllilily Hi WM PimMied Bj Warden Smith rum Tuesdays dally Circuit Clerk II It Ilobaoni lateit li blnuelf He tell t fanny lor111 on It with a relish and 1 begins by laying I that It may hot < ta R11 known I Hut he bai been In the penitentiary Dot my IOU he solemnly de clams I was ills term wee shod however only I r one night and It wee for a breach of r hospitality It happened that he vent op on the Illlnoli Oenlril trip to the Kuttawa plcnlo Jut week and I Instead l pf gettlug off at t Knttawa with the plcnlcken went through to Eddy Tllle where he knew he could find wivenl old crafty and Indulge In a goal oM talk about fox hunting a tOllo of which he never tlreL lie u urtfxl by Warden Smith to reo main throaghrnt the night and go fox chasing the following day No replied Cat Hobson I shell hare to lifeline your kind offer fur I bare always hal a horror of sleeping within the walls of apcnlten tla...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 August 1901

D HOBSONS LATEST I heIle f Eddyvllle < Penitentiary 7 far i tint f Hil pllal ltr HI Was r r u ia < M or Wad Smith Im I Tnwdnra ditty Olrcill Oleik II II HoUoul lit yet I HMII7 stag ll al MmnV lie lelli wylL l I ig that It may not IA 1 gcncrilly known 1i0I I I he IIM I been I In the nltenllary dial inywu lit I Kl innly ie 1 eUrii I era Ins term wai short howrer only one Bight and II wai for a breach of hoipllallty II hipncd that he went op on the llllnoli Ucnlril Irlp In th Kattawii plcnlo lath week and iilb luilral 1 rf gttlng oil at Knttawa with Ida ilciikieri went throagh to Eddy rlh < where IK knew III could And Dicrai old crunln sal liidilg In a Unt > l oll talk about foi iuntlug a lupld e f which lie I never ilrna I lie vii auxl I by Warden Umlth la t > r main Ihruujibrul the night and go fot rhMlflK 1 Ibe JollowInK day I No replied Out llobaou 1 lUII hart to ilrcllii year kind offer fur I liar I alwayi b1 I s horror of 1ln l < j wltblu ttw walli of prjiiltcu ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 August 1901

HOBSONS LATEST r He Becomes a Prisoner In t the Eddyvllle Penitentiary For a Breach ef HeipiHlity HI WM Punished Si Warden Smith rum TIT dally Circuit Clerk II II HoUoui lad ut funny usurp li I on hlmi lf He tells It with a rellih and begins by laying that It may not be generally known that he hai been In the penitentiary But my 11011 ho sclfranly d e cUres 1 wai ills term was short however = on ly one night and It win for a breach of hoipltallty It happened that he went up on the Illlnoli tensed trip to the Knttawa picnlo last week and iilb Initcad cf getting off at Kuttawa with the picnickers went through to Eddy Tllle whore be knew he could find event 10101 cronies and indulge In a Rood old talk about rOE hunting a tojila of which be never tiros lie n uried by Warden Smith to reo main IhroDjCbrDt the night and go rOE chuing the following day No replied Col Hobson I dmlt have to decline jour kind offer itf fur I bare always 1 bal a horror of alerplng within the wall of a 1nlllI tl...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 October 1901

+ k f tiR Inset He putbu who fib find builncti lucmi fut The Paducab Sun of WEEKLY EDITION t e JI r I PADtJCAHKY WfcBNBSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 9 1901 1 A YEAR VOLUME VniNUMBEP 85 GOODSOFAI SO FAR ho Commutes s Hear Encouraging Reports of tho Con ventlonI I 1000 ALREADY PROMISED TM Arrifigtmenll Will All Be Milt Ina few Deli and a Pu li ted I I OUR GREATEST CONVENTION J The commute for the arrangementt t t of the Waterway convention here tboJ J tad and 31th mot it the Palmer House I I tut night and found < l everything 10I good shape tot Ibo meeting Tho commute bavo a food I of over 11000 for tho entertainment the Tiilton ami from oaUUe reports there IbenI will bo many prominent mm hire I The Knight of Pythias halt hM born Kittled at the place of holding the meetings and the detail of the I program and the serious features of the reception and entertainment whit they are here will bo announc ed In Joe time The moot essential rcqulmmnt of I the entrrUlunwnt of the assemblage the finan...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 October 1901

t TbcPaducab Sun moo Sae w cclIl IT m sra rraiisaisfi nnun iaraeeaalaa 1 I Vraakll rmaa rraMnidd Bdlloi I arntlMUU1adtlwW3 ltd J rutoii Odcnl U aOCIIIPTION IIATlta Uatme at u > pnlean al hub Br n IIIJ Tug DAILY ION rcanltrttrwttk a M 1 i b rrtl ear eatLls sdeae N h s1Lpape rI 5400 m WBBttt inn Oae riatfcj tall mutt pia I Ui i c trip mtresdrlntareoeaw5 I f = t N1NN1N1NN1NNN11 The SUN can bo found for IThe I safe at the following nlaeej i Y L 0 Clemenli Co i VinCulinBrM I ZPalmer e HoitH 114 N111111 i = = THURSDAY OCTOBER 7 1101 I jI j I REPUBLICAN TICKET = FOR MAYOR IL a AUIaon R y CITY JUDGE rr Sam Honiton PROSECUTIKG ATTORNEY W A Gardner MARSHAL MARSIIALEarl Earl M Haaen COUNCILMEN Vint Ward E E Bell and William Eirnrr EirnrrtVornd t tVornd Ward a B Whllealdei and 1 Rnlney C Datla Third Ward Frank Doyd and Oicar BlarkaFourth Fourlb Ward > OKUI Dadde and I Ieary Kamleiter i Fifth WardL a Perry and Chrl LelbeL Sixth Ward HIU Forerun and U H Chamblln i i SCHOOL TRUSTEES Fins War...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 October 1901

I NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBOR I L Secret Mtrrlife Made Public In Pftacetofl Ken lucky I JSV lp ttn Ili1I Hotel fron ffftlty J In tin Prrn > rM Y I Dlitiict I NtWtY UUT IIOlHim STABUIN I Horn Haiimtawai telly U IIIRIAQBT IINTON Clratwi OH Ithe IIIrrr t f Mr tl n Taxtwu a well know cf > KiNr i to Matt Marfle lloxhrt if littkiuan Ie i MMIMKM tu tot l boo Uctolo rIO MM llemtmon to I I a popular ud MOMiplbluid jreor 1 liulv and has aswy friend In t CUatm blir U the iktagtiltr illr 3 M Hauileriou AIUIHHT1 H 1 AT 1KLTON I lYIInii Ky it 5s IL KIl I i II prom t n 1iia rwId Ij ur Union Ih In nthi fw JUliiii waaa I Tsmraday silstti by I Varshal U c Iloawrsoo of tM IY KilKurelx I irr I I with itinUflg I hK from Vit N il 1 aJwulif i ou In III 100IIIr tr KiMpar win iiv tU tIII in inarinii I Hud r08I111 Hmiv II v J auiilrr n fIOO 1 1 d 1 fur al pi > it at this tilrenl c 1 i in Jai rv K trnve t n a f ur I M IIM in 1 i vial lay 1 il I OKwil ptorw a number of k 1 1 U n a paplars s l J lulus KtUjo...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 October 1901

GeorgetownI I Judge Cantrill insists On Trying the Powers Case At GeorgetownI I Georgetown Ky Oct BTbe de tense today fubmUted a long affidavit asking JnitKO Caatrlll to neal tho bench In the Caleb Power cue be IGeorgetown I au of partisan rancor ProttCuUac Attorney Franklin and OoL Tom Campbilt for the proseca tine made leagthy speeches arguing that Oaotrlll bad hlblted no partliaa CONCERTEDACTION y ACTION Southern Illinois Farmers Take Steps tiPjotect Quail They Will Try to Keep renec tk Ihnltn Arty rrom Illinoii rom Tuesday dally t Concerted actkn II tcln taken by the farmer of Southern Illlnoli in bl garJ to quilt shootlng and the Ken tacky hunlen I who ahooti quail under the luppoxltloa that the last Irglsla tare filled to provide for the birds In II e game law will come to grief A large number of buntera from differ alit claWs havo Tltlted Illlnoli the put few weeks They admitted that they came for the pnrposo cf killing quail which were ilcntlfnl on ac count of the law III Il...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 October 1901

t a rl StalG 4 I He who hnduuucu in but StalGt wy facts pushes ItDdUUCCJSlnbUSJ ie J VOLUME VIiI NUMBER 15 GOOD t REPORT 1 3 Grand Lodgo May Decide In Favor of a Masonic k Temple a a TRIBUTE TO MKI LE Y t i The Pail Grand Mutiri All Presented With Handsome Jewels u Yetterdiy t PROCEEDINGS OF THE SESSION Loulavllle Oct 11INarI1 life 1handre 1 l Matter Mason reprcientin the lodge of Kentucky are attrndln the one hundred and first annual con vocation of the Gran lodge The future of yctterdaya session wu the addreti of Grand Matter W 0 McChord in which he declared for a new Matonlo Temple The matter of a home for the Grand lodge It I the molt Important before the body The r aentlnitnt of the repretcntatlvet It 10 I i favor of a building and It seems likely that the reroHimendatlon for a ItOt adopteds The addreu of the Grand Mattel was a lengthy document After reviewing the movement for S the building th recommendation of the building committee for a SOO0K home the refutal of the Masonic...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 October 1901

r1 The Paducah Sun I naae aro WLLae II 1T8 1 SB MBLISBIM CflMPJWY Ira + J hatter MI ro Aal 1 Mfw rseulmn nsa tM 0 FIAr11W FIAr11WHe He IAILT errs z5 a1A 11 Wrr N so b o14 Vrm UJoo nix WKKKLT ova m ywl b1 mtlL e a1 pad hazyThu SOP h aaLJ Aaednl r e o II re rllrt NeNeleee eeeeNeeeNe t The SUN can be found for n sale at the following nlaces i R D Clemrnll i Co t 1 YinCulia Bros j i PAlmer Broli i e 1 NNNeNNeNeNeeeN t ICI I I TIIURSDAV OCTOBER 17 1001 flEPUBLICAN TICKET FOB MAYOR II c Allison CITY JUDGE Sam Houston PROSECUTING ATTORNEY VT A Gardner 4Y MARSHAL F Earl M Hun R COUNCILMEN COUNCILMENc Flnt ud William Karnes Second Ward a E Whlteilde 1 and Rodney G Davis Third WardFraull Bojd and O oar Starka StarkaFourth Ward August Budde and I 1 Henry Kamlelter Fifth WrdL 0 Perry and Chris UlbelSlith Ward Hilt Forcnm and O IL Chamblla CMnibllnSCHOOL SCHOOL TRUSTEES Flnt WrdGa Hank frond W nl George llnvhrs Third Ward IVr W II Pitcher Fourth WrdJ R Smith Fifth Ward Wiiilei Slack Sixth WarU S...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 October 1901

GOES TO t TRIAL T I J Judge Cantrill Overrules the Motion For a Con tinuance 1t c GETTING A JURY Georgetown Ky Oct IIMltr f vororr dlog the motion for a contlnn I ana In the Caleb lowell caw lad sfnight Judge Cautrlll erJerwl the 1m landing of a jury Ibis morning the work of searing the jury wai continued and men 1onl1 1 hail been seared at II 1 1 30 oclock and these are inhjrct to challenge There are only fourteen days In which to try the ass and early morn log and late night unions will be held Eleven Jurors were accepted condi ationally np to the noon adjournment They may get the Jury this afternoon 1wi 1 Last night at 7 oclock when Judge Cantrill courencd court the defense submitted affldavlti fa whih they claimed the primmer did not < pect to bo tried leccoe l be thought the man date from the court cf appeal had not Ielloj j been properly filed and therefore be e bail not made preparation diligence bait been pursued to get witnesses S here but they failed Addrcaset were made...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 October 1901

t IN OLD I KAINTUC News Gathered From Various Places in the I State MAYFIELDS DIG FAI Pro cted Slemnury lit 1 Tail filer Fulton NoUl of Interest MATTERS THAT WILL PlEASEAlL NKW8 mOM MAYFIELD V MjyfeM Ky Oct IIIA mote incut Is l on foot In Ihh city to effect l1li1 pperaw a tobtcvo tteminery on a i Isrt iOI and the project la uieetlni with hearty inpport One ot our local tobacco men head the Hit with 1800 and other are following with smatter amonnta 1 is the Intention of the company to In orporate with H5000 capital bolld mammoth bullllugi Install now and modem machinery and handl the bulk of the tobacco raised In the county By mutual cement and agreemen Se well known law Inn ot Webb Johnion and Eeay baa dnsolved part airship Friday It Padncah Day and the Elk lodge of that city are coming headed by a brut band and accompan led by five or six hundred of JlcCraek tn county elttene A commtttei from Padncah wu In our city hut Saturday and Informed the execBtlri I committee that Paducah wa...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 6 November 1901

r 4 Itun H putCJ who bU 6wtawiThe Paducab Sun WEEKIYEDITION j 1 I r VOLUME W NUMBER 19 ° PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 6 1901 I A YEAR J a11Th PRELUD I France Satlsfjlig Claims Again I the Sultan of Turkey t 1 1011 VERY FIEKCEf 4 CONFLICT t 2 sy Rsult The trench Are Stcuri from Rttlittncr ofJkt Turks MITYLENE PORTS ARE SEIZED 1 Paris Nor IAD official dlipatch inonnces the mint of Admiral Call rds squadron this morning at the 1 and of Mltyleno and the dm In1rac is occupied Its prlnclal parts t Admiral Oalllards squadron arrired I r the IsUnd of gyre Grecian Arch I pelngo yesterday and detached aI I lip tch boat which entered the port 1 rf gyre and rroelred from the tele Taph station a batch of dlspaUthes I I ontululng definite instructions fromI I he French gorernment regarding carI I rying out the sealed orders which were 1 handed to the admiral prerlous to his I tearing Toulon These dispatches dl rected Admiral Oalllard to proceed to the liland of Mltylene where be will I e...

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