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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 15 November 1906

r 1 f POE FOUR I r11 rzu1t104 n YEJSISIU ID r TmmsDAV OVER is w y SripabUCai sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THESUN PULISHINGCO INconrORATFD o V M FISHER President 11 J PA TON General Manager sfHscuiiTiov lUTES x Entered at the pogtofflce at Paducah Ky as second class matter C 1 TUB DAILY SUN By carrier per week 4 1 10 mall per month In advance 40 mall per year In advance 450 TIII WKKKLY SUN Per year by mall postage paid II 00 c Address TUB SUN Paducah Ky > f Ortlce 115 South Third Phones 858 r Payne Young Chicago and New York representatives l 4 THE SUN can be found at the follow er places cVan c I Clements Co Van Culln Dros Palmer House John Wllhelms THURSDAY OI mUm IB 11 I i1 IJ a CIRCULATION STATEMENT I October 1000 1395 9 14 1395E 2 x3891 3 3963 43963 53986 rl 6 3980 B390 Ir 9 t39bb t39bbL L 11 113955 1123977 7 13143979 vi163960 1G 3925 Ii 3932 18 3935 19 4133 03933 224476 234490 24 453C 25 4032 26 3949 27 3942 293925 303941 31 3929 Total 108495 Average for October 19064018 Aver...

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. — 15 November 1906

Kt r TinmsDAY NOVEMBER IB ffHB PADUOAH EVENING SUN II I PAGE FIVE 4 1LEVYS COAT SALE That is i now on is certainly putting lots of Coats in the dif ferent homes of Paducah It is mighty hard to resist buying one because the stock is larger the assortment is greater and the prices are lower than ever before 1 I Ol Coat Prices From 498 Up I r ate I I 4l l tBroadway t 1 rl r 31la I 17 I 0 i L0CAL LWXM J rajDr Gilbert osteopath 400 12 Broadway Phone 19C stenographeri i k for the E 12 Sutherland Medicine company reports tho long of 16 Jwhich she thlnkn were stolen from 1 t her cloak while It hiinjf on tho rack at the medlclno company headquar ters T Something now y undent the sun Peter Pan Glove Supporters at R D elements Co The annual election of omcer of the ICagles I will be held tonight In i Broadway I DrJ V Vorls dontUti 200 I Fraternity building Lieutenant W L Reed will < are rive tonight and enlist LomusHoflln of Big Rock Tcnn and Roscoe r d Thompson of Joy Ky for the In s I 4CR...

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. — 15 November 1906

rF JMOK SIX JPt 1 > 110 mYN U J1I TIIUUSUAV XOVKSillKrt IB 1 I WATCHED FATHER KILL HER MOTHER > u The Etly Mnrdcr Mystery In ir Louisville Cleared Up x J rrd FlftceIY + ar Old Girl Aided Hint la I 1 Conrinllni Crime for Over qicrk t wr i PIXAUA MAKES COXFKSSIOX i Louisville Ky Nov 15ono of tho most remarkable murder myster t ies in the police annals was appar ently cleared untoday by tho confes Ion of the 16 year old daughter of r Mrs Virginia Elly the victim Anna Itlythedauhter last night confessed that she saw her father murder her mother and that li she had hid the weapon and aided him in concealing his guilt for over a week despite the ordeals of contin lied sweating by the officers The confession came just as the pollen apparently had given the case up nil 2HIf hopelessMrs Etly was murdered on No f I vember 7 Shortly after midnight her husband John A Etly rushed from hIs home and Informed tha uVlghljorg that his wife had been murdeTd murdered > Mrs Etly was found ly I ...

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. — 15 November 1906

J THUIWDVV XOVKJinUlt 18 m PXBtroxn EV 1IJ I VAQE SKVKX With Edged Tools I By HENRY SETON MERRIMAN = uthor or The Sowers Rodeos Corner Trow One Generation to Another Etc l froJ J C rlht IaIU b HARPER t BROTHERS Ho could not fcnvo done It better In hU keenest day Guy Oscnrd waa IhJlr OICtirdho dve dotll rent o < l In tho huse roomy carriage be fore he bnd realized what had happened to him himYour Your man will look after your traps I niippouV Mid Sir John hospitably drawing tlm fur rug from ttu opposite scat scatYm Ym rrplliit < 5uy although he Is I not my mil II He Is I Jocks man Jo MHI MHIAh Ah of course Excellent servant Io3 Jnilt told me he hint toft him with you Sir John Ipnnctl out of tho window nml uskrtl till fool inn n whether he knew hl oollcMKtie Joseph nnd tlpou revolving mi nunwrr lu lm nttlrmatlve ha jKivn irdcru lutln ns iuys mouth plwc lint tho lupgUKO was to 1m I iou voycil to lliiHul square Wblle tnrta order were twins executed tbu two men SHI walling In the c...

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. — 15 November 1906

f 1MOF x I i Irim PADUOAB I ItNI StN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 J I Partake of the feast of goodtbings especially low priced the New Store has prepared f ma Thanksgiving offering THE housewives are busy t preparing for the inner m riand w woman for Thanksgiving and we have been more busy for sometime preparing for the outer man and boy on the same occasion Every department of the New Store is making special l prices and each speaks for itself You know this store now and can appreciate the fact that we will indeed offer a feast of low prices affdigoodvalues tJd J r i It n Special underwear offerings > t > You should read every item of underwear here > t etOIi tfj ll know what you want t We have garments atal prices ndiu I nil materials made by the belt manufacturers intbe world f J We have a full 14 pound fleece garment of very clean stockt i > 4 for Woi A derby ribbed garment in ecru and blue for bOc i > i > I j L 18 Overcoats for 15 1 f A Thanksgiving Offering1 i f BLUE...

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. — 16 November 1906

Yo I tabiiin 1tning + t r i I VOL XX NO 118 PADUCAH KYFRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 16 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK 7 S FOR DEEPER WATERWAYS oN CONVENTION ORGANIZES I OVER THOUSAND IN ATTENDANCE I I I Will Urge Digging of a Ship t 13 Caaal From Lake Mich lean To Gulf RTREAMRr All l THliutnrlen to AINMsxIpiil River alonus In for AttentluiWif New 1 Formed Af Korlallon q CASAI < IS AIRHADV STARTED tit Louis Mo Nov lCDy tho p4election of K J S Conway of Chicago permanent chairman and W F Saunders of St Louis as secretary I tho step toward permanent organlia t tlon of the Lakostotbedulf Deep Waterway association wan taken at the first days session of the water way i convention t y More than a thousand delegates reprwentlng 22 Mates bordering on two Mississippi river and Its tribu taries were present Addresses were made by former formerr r t tGovernor David Iti Francis of Mill gourd Congressman Henry T dlnlncy of Illinois and Thomas C Wilkin R son president of the Upper Missis sippi River Improvem...

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. — 16 November 1906

RW WOE TWO THE PADUOAH EVENING SUN1nlDAY XOVHMI1KII 10 c When you S find the smolctir who knows reading his even ing paper at home after a good meal youll find him enjoyinga Black a I j i White CIGAR5c r i This cigar has a highclass imported Havana filler and the best grade of Sumatra vrapper This I fine combmatioiV niter skillful blending and sea soning produces an exceptionally enjoyable blend BLACK AND WHITE i a 3for25cvalueTor5c u National brands are always preserved in perfect smoking condition by our patent condition ing cases The best cigars are now sold in the 2000 Drug Store having the National Car Stand Emblem in the window W n JlclIIERSOX 315 Broadway 1 K I lfVV Awntli and Clny fitricts J1 IIACON Seviiith and Jackson Streets J c piLlllCUT I roadlmyI I IlrtTirs IlKl b CltOSS MIAILWACV 12th and Trimble Sts JAMES I 1 SLEKTIf DOt Broadway f W > n IBuy I the Best Shoes Made 1 And save at least fifty 150 per cent a year on your shoe bills All our shoes are mode by the leadin...

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. — 16 November 1906

r t r Fitiuvv OVIMIUU 16THE PABtJCAlI EVENING SUN ItttiK TUUKI2 1 GRAND WELCOME TO THE PRESIDENT i Extended By Inhabitant li it f Tho Isthmus f r IWiMrnl Anmdiif mill < 7llclits With t nut I CoMimlhiloii 111 Honors of Occasion + HTKUXlfoiS WAV OF lUXIHXU 4 H1aaamu Nov 10fho train which brought President lloosovclt and Ills party trom Colon arrived tit Ancon at 10 HO this morning Thcrq President t Amador and party alighted I irind President Roosevelt and his par i ty t were conducted to Lobaco nt the Pacific entrance or the canal whero the steamer Doltvnr was In waiting to take the president on a cruise about Panama nay At li oclock the Hollvar left her Vler passing Nana > rind Pierce islands afterwards re turning to Inborn AH tho steamers drowse and ttfg boats were decorate ed with flags and when President noosevcUa steamer passed they en lutes blowing their thUtle while 4 the crews or tho seven American f strainers cheered wildly At noon the trip I arou td tho bay Glided tho ...

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. — 16 November 1906

er 1 rf r r wMy PAGE FOUR T Yf1ij THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN i FRIDAY NOVEMBEB 1e fj j I e O < 4 F I I Ube ftabucab Sun l AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY i BY THE SUN PUIUSHINGCO iNConronATEnF F M FISHEll President R J PAXTON General Manager SUHSCIUrTIOJf HATES j Entered at the postomco at Paducah Ky as second class matter TUB DAILY SUN By carrier per week I 10 mall per month In advance6P mall pefiycar Inadvance 458 alI I WEEKLY SUN Per year By mulUYOJtnRo pald1100 Addresi THH BUN 1aducah E Ofnce 115 South Third Phones 351 s Payne Young Chicago and New York representative TUB SUN can be found at the tollow hg placesf > I R D Clements Co I Van Culln Bros Palmer House t John WJlhelmi FRIDAY XOVEMDKU 10 CIRCULATION STATEMENT i October 1000 1K 13959 173932 23891 183935 r 33963 194133 4 3963 203933 63986 224476 6 3980 23 4490 8 83962 24 0 4536 i 9 j3955 25 4032 f 10 391i3 it 26 T 3949 3949Y1 v 11 3959 27 394 12R3977 29 3921i 397729l 13 3979 30y i 3941 11 > 15 x3960 31Wf3J29 363925 163925Totat...

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. — 16 November 1906

w Nr vd4dr7 r7 < ir 1I I r t FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16 t THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNPAOE FIVE + Vr ts r r s LEVYS COAT SALE That is now on is certainly putting lots of Coats in the dif ferent homes of Paducah It is mighty hard to resist buying one bccAUso the stock is larger the assortment is greater and the prices are lower than ever before 1 Coat Prices From 498Up = r 4Broadway r 317 A f = L9GAL LlJVti T t4For Dr Pcndley i ring 410 Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 BrQadw y Phono 190 + The Carnegie library board met 4 last evening and transacted routine 4 1 i routlneiI I business It was a postponed meet Ing from Tuesday Something new under the sun i Peter Pan Glove Supporters at R < D Clements Co leel Thompson j years old son of Dccmcr Thompson of tho Mel ber suction Is I In Riverside hospital with a Jjroken skull He fell from I dFl his fathers wagon and was run over by both wheels DrJ V Voris dentist 200 Fraternity building I Tho passenger train from Mom t phis over tho Nashville Chattanoog...

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. — 16 November 1906

T S k Irtar SIX 1f THE EAtmCAII EVENING SUN IltlDYV oYltill Iai jy Your doctor will tell you that the best treatment for tender feet is > to wear shoes that fit I IHOEII eFor women are made to fit the xw feet They are comfortable and l made on honor The proof of the shoe is in the wearing k t HARBOURS DEPARTMENT STORE Noah Third St Half Square from Broadway N u s t i Ai i Shirt Bosoms Starched Right Ever have your shirts returned from the laundry with the bosom starched only in spots and with starch S daubed all around the neckband and sides of the A bosom bosomWe We have a machine which saves you from such annoyancesNo No chance to daub starch allover the rest of the shirt with this machine Let us demonstrate its value to you 1 t Y THE UPTODATE STAR LAUNDRY I Both Phones 200 120 North Fourth St y Seeing the Southwest EXCURSIONS Doubtless you have heard of the Dumper Crops which have been raised this year In Arkansas Louisiana Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and Now Mexico Have y...

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. — 16 November 1906

wlq f r n II I i1 FniDAY XOVKMDIW 10 THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN VACIE SEVKX r rWith r I iirt00i1 I 1 IBy I HENRY STOJ MCRRIMAN 5 Author of The Sowers Rodeni Corner from Oat Generation to Another Etc CopyrKhl 1804 by liARPER t D ROT ire I R 5 a J 1 I S 1 Tact Meredith And Milllccnt wero at tho fireplace There was a heap of llsordored paper and string upon the table and a few wedding presents itaudlng lu the midst ot their packing Mllllccuts pretty fare OSllulto SiiIi jVblte She looked from Meredith to r O card with a sudden horror In Iifr ryes For the first limo In her life the Rlat n loss quite taken nback OliliS she whispered and that wds 11 neI I 1 Bllen q as If something lu Ihl atmosphere was about to snap anti l lu the mldat of It Die wheels of Sir Johns rereoUnt ear riaKO crime to till iurs of the threo per ions lu tho ilrnwliiR room It Irqr only for a tnumcut hut In that inoiiient tho two men saw clearly It wan nil If tho Veil from the girls mind had falliil leaving her thoughts ...

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. — 16 November 1906

< 1 ret AGE EIGHT I THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN TOTOAY NOVEMBER JO r SENIORS ELECT NEW PRESIDENT r the High School Class Will Select a Pin Freshmen Holding Literary Exorc eThls4Arn > rno n nt Wash ington School Ita t ORCHESTRA IS AlTOMEKTEl The senior class of the High schoo held a meeting yesterday afternoon and elected the president for the en siling year Miss Hatfleld baa been the president for the past three year and would no doubt have been ro eected but declined Miss Henr AUcott was elected The class will order class pins soon Kwlimcn Literary The freshmen class at the IIIgh school af their literary meeting this afternoon will render the fololwlni programReading Reading Katherine Garron The O er Doing of tower II A 0 pecljatlpn Isabella 9rlmthIf1 It ithli Piano lolo Mary Miller Reading Vlrglnfa Gilbert Dul c cles Christmas Vocal soloOra Pryor Where the Snow Birds Cross the Valley Reading Dottle DottoDA Warning Piano duet Vora Smith and Win nie Thlxton Autunin Days I Readlngr...

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. — 17 November 1906

y ITt I tJ i tabnta b Ituiu9 d t uu 1M1 t i Jr y VOL XX NO 119 PADUCAH KY SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 17 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK S STREAMS SWOLLEN I BY HEAVY RAINS And Considerable Damage I d Caused Around City All Kinds of Weather Experienced By Paducahan In Week 14 J IC10slng Today CAR IN OF SEWER TRENCH 4 Paducahnna have experienced nil sorts of weather in the last few days y from regular winter snows to the balmiest of spring days and to cap tho climax a regular summer thun I der and lightning storm with wind blowing at a velocity of 30 miles an hour awoke tile sleeping populace this morning between 12 and 2 oclock oclockSnow i Snow appeared early In the week It was followed by a thaw and within 24 hours the snow disappear ted Yesterday the temperature stead It fly I rote until In the early afternoon a overcoats were discarded vests thrown aside and from appearances summer had come again Last night the clouds began to gather and shortly after midnight the rain began to como down pr...

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. — 17 November 1906

I v r o r ir i r rw I r lAm TWO 11 xa AiJ1o THE Pi TftOWEN1f SUNh M psse r Ilp1 w rhulKll 11 a 1 r tL J I a 1 t J r jio c M You Can Get This 35000 Piano Free or a Portion of the S 10000 in Prizes t rNx By complying with < the conditions printed below in Watsons Great ducat lorn1I Word Contest A t fit Who can make the t greatest number vof words from the letters l contained in the napie 1 Kurtz man in f oSj II c ioobft i is PRIZES t First Prize ja f A 135000 Kurtzmann Piano A etrlctly hlrhgrado and old reliable instrument which wb assure the winner will last a lifetime This Instru merit Is now on dlstil y In out t ware rooms < To the Next Four Nearest ft Wo wilt award each a JIOO Certincate whtch will entitle them toithls amount of discount on any jilano or player In our store Said Instrument E wo agree to still at our regular retail price 1 S To the Net Ten Nearest T f We will award each a 7g Certificate5 l as bovet v f k To the Next Twenty Nearest WeVrlH Award each I a I SOCo...

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. — 17 November 1906

Ct r BATtnnAY XOYR mEn it THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN rtt Qf 1m1 Y prZSb The Week In Society I A CARD PLAYInS ItIWHnm It life Is but a gamble As sing our lyric bards Then life In but a wellworn < Dock of 1111lng cards Whenever you are wounded By Cupids piercing darts And play the part of lover Why then your suit Is HEARTS And when your iwcetheart wears r To you thro life shell cling Thero sparkles on her finger A dazzling DIAMOND ring But man and wife will quarrel Ay ay then the os the rub t Alas l you fain would smite Each tither with a CLUB At last tho grim grim reaper And then your grave Is l made And then tho old gravedigger Must needs employ a SPADE Don 1L Compton Announcement Mrs Frank L Scott of North Ninth street I is hostess to the Maga zinc club on Thursday afternoon The magazines to be reported are Arena Saturday Evening Post Amer ican Century Cosmopolitan Book man Booklover Everybodys Cur rent Literature Scrap Book Mrs Ell G Boone of South Sixth a street will entertain at...

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. — 17 November 1906

cr cWy r 1 wi rc r y rrf I f 1 r1j TH PAGE FOOT 111 THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN I V SATURDAY NOVEMBER < 7 tbe pabucab Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY S 1Y THE SUN PUBLISBINOCO INCOnPORATliD INCOnPORATliDF Preildent Eo J PAXTON General Manager SUllSCIUlTlOX IIATKSI S Entered pt the postofflde at Paducab t Ky as second class matter Till DAILY SUN Br carrier per week 10 mall per month In advance 40 mailrrer year In advance 4CO TIn WEEKLY SUN 1 PerVear by mail postage paid 1100 Address T1IK SUN Paducah Ky I Ofllce US South Third Phones 3S8 Payne Young Chicago and New fork representatives THE SUN can be round at the follow AKplacestIt It D Clements Co Van Culln Bros Palmer House John Wllhclms I SATURDAY XOVKMI1BR 17 CIKCULATIOX STATEMENT OctoberilDOO l30S3 17 3932 23891 183935 33963 i 194133 I 4 3963 20 3933 I t S 3986 22 447C 6 39SO 23 4490 I 8 3962 24 4536 93955 254032 i 10j 3953 26 3949 I 11 3959 127 3942 i 12 3977 29 r3926 13 3979 30 3941 L 16 3960 31 3929 16 3925 Total 108495 i Ayerago for ...

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. — 17 November 1906

+ + yip u 14 r 7r v v u i f 4 1 SATURDAY NOVEMBER IT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN 9 1jT 1 PAGE FIVE fIJ i LEVYS COAT SALE 4Punt is now on is certainly putting lots of Coats in the dif ferent homes of Paducah It is mighty hard to resist buying one because tho stock is larger the assortment is greater and the prices ute lower than ever before Coat Prices From 498 Up Broadway y 317 r i 317 Broadway a Nb f4 lLCUL l LJVfi I it t i For Dr Pcndley ring 410 Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 1Dr 1 12k4 k4 I Broadwpy Phono 19C I H G Thompson and Lex Bry ant bagged 85 quail near Kcvll yesterday c Something now under the sun 4I I 4Paler 4 Pan Glove Supporters at R D Clements Co1H The Paducah High school foot ball team dtd not get away yester day afternoon to Hopklnsvlllo on account pf the failure of the tickets to arrive but left at 140 oclock this morning The team will play tho Hopklnsvllle High school eleven at that city this afternoon I Dr J Vi VorrtV dualist 200 Fraternity building Burn to Mr and ilrs...

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. — 17 November 1906

> t 1 PAnE SIX t THE PADUQAH EVENING SUN J SATURDAY XOVRMIlEn if t POLICE ASD MM ENGAGE IN A lDftEL F Yak Baukliead Wounded By Patrolman Hurley j1 r1j1 Itoj 1 Mullet Strikes Him In thick of Nor k mid Ilnnra Uiivnp I r otflerortctr SHOOTING OVER HALF DOLLA1 t I Van Dankhead colored well known In police circles has a pain ful scalp wound the result of the at tack of Patrolman Aaron Hurlft this morning at U oclock near Kiev nth and Caldwell streets His os r capo from death was narrow as wo I > the patrolmans who shot at the ne gro In self defens9 Hurley was try Ing to catch the fleeing negro when Dankhead turned and fired once The bullet missed and Hurley then took a shot bringing his negro t o the ground Patrolman Hurley was investlgat ing u pistol shot In the vicinity or t Eleventh and Caldwell streets Hi a I met Contractor Lum Coleman am I Val P Darrlck a conductor on the I Illinois Central near that corner and was asking them aboU the shot While they were talking a crowd of f...

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. — 17 November 1906

e 2 4 Ii 41 SATUHIUY XOVKMIJIM I 17 THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN c I 1 I I I i 1 I With Edged Tools By HENRY SETON MERRWAN + Mkor tf N nt SowwIN LJess Conv i fsa Qa > dill U Antter Ila Copyright 18M bjr llirper A Drotben 14i i I I iIiI 14I I IF1 I II Ilcf vAsft flclfti sTlcuce Mllllccn Chyne glanced toward Guy Oscnrd 110 could hard saved her yet by n sllllp > lie Had lio been nn ImpoaHllily tiinR t imnltuous flail such nx ono incotS In books only ho could have nxplnlnn that the mlstnko wns nil his lint she was quill right that his own vanltj hAil blinded him Into n greet and un < vrnrranttd presumption Hut un fortunately 1m was only n human ho Ihft n man who war ready to givens fnll a measure as he exacted flu un fortunate mlfttnke to which he clung won tiat the same sense of Justice the Bfthie codo of honor must serve for men and women alike So I Mllllceut Chyu looked In vain for that Indulgence Wilch Is no Inconsistently offered U I women merely because they arc wo I men tho I...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
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