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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 29 January 1907

n n ty < C LQ or Ii fw lAMI U r 1 1 PAIJJOAltBVEN 4E ID 1 tTIJ1 SDAY JAN1ART 1 O art N huff Prices in DepUl Work Uoiy April 1st 1 Iftq c Gold Shell Crowns 4350 Gold Fillings 100 up Silver Fillings 75c rrttal Plates V f 500 All work guaranteed Cut this coupon out and bring tt with you it is worth 100 Encli person is limited to one coupon for ench Job of plate or bridge work only Until after Aplrl 1 07 Dr Kin Brooks b1TIST Sixth and Broadway the Kentucky BOTH PHONES 648 T TONIGHT I Heres a Good One r1Al ITS ME THE ORIGINAL HOOLIGANS TROUBLES With the original Hooligan Arthur 0 May dainty Grace Burgoyne and the original all star company 23 Vaude yule and musical numbers This Is the play and this is life company that makes em all whistle sing roar and shoutPrices Prices 2oc 35c Soc Wednesday Night Jan 30 fI > The Eminent Actor CHARLES Da HANFORD Accompanied by MISS MARIE DROFNAH In a Notable Production of iwJtIiiflS Caesar 40 People in the Cast 40 A Carload of Special Scenery Pric...

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. — 29 January 1907

q n r ti xu r r THE PADUOAH EVENING SUTrd THREE q 4 I 1 Itci It EJ R4 N ESP E C I AiL F WEDNESDAY January 30 t t3yA + y j < WA I MAir + 1ISR EL7 1RqC4 35 1 Five Hundred Fancy Worsted Cassimere and Cheviot Snits that Sold 5 9 8 for 15 18 20 2250 25 to Be Sold in this CleatttiGe Sale for = s T EBNESDAY JANUARY 30 at 8oa tk marks the opening of the V F greatest sale inn 1 f s Wear ever inaugurated in Paducah We shall then place on sale for only 598 a selected lot of five hundred Mens Suits all sizes that formerly sold for 15 to 25 These suits are all this seasons single and double breasted styles and are from t he very highest grade of Fancy Worsteds Cassimeres and Cheviots You of course want t o know what powerful reason urges suchradical reductions and we are more than willing to satisfy your curiosity I P es e easpiisi t i Ui 1Y r NUnui uJ mt ruN Lq r y J In the first 1 place its the weather The mildness of the winter has caused us to have now on our shelves ah abundance of fine ...

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. — 29 January 1907

co 1 Ve > l a d fr f I 1 n lres 11RjQJ1 IIPII f rIlE CTDTJOAH1 EVENED SUNsn x AmrAtyo 7 w e 1tbe Rabucab Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY IT THE SUN ruILlSIIIKICO I INCORPORATED t P M riBHBR PreeNet m 7 PAXTON General Manager SUBSCHimOX RATES I Utatand at the nostofflco at PMMak > I Xj M > toad clan matter TUB DAILY SUN 111T larrler per weeki i 1 10 Br malt per month in advance 26 By rest pet year In advance 2SO THH WEEKLY SUN Per year by mail postage paIdILeD AMrM THE SUN Paducah Ky MBM Hi Botith Third Phone IBS i Payne a Young Cfatoare and New r I fork representative THB SON can be found at the fellow THlte awt1N s IKCCem nt8 A cc Van Culin Bro Palmer House John Wllhelmfc i W11helmii TUESDAY JANUARY 0 CIRCULATION STATEMENT December 1000 T3930 17It 3963 I S tI tI 3890 18 3921 L 4 oJ 3877 19f > 3949 li3868 20 3926 t 63935 21393 t 8 13896 223939 9 83894 24393 103874 1 263961 11 3881 27392 6 123927 283932 113934 293899 t4A 3921 31 3888 15 3914 TotlLlIt 9792J Average for December 1...

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. — 29 January 1907

t r TUESDAY JANUARY fl 1 r THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNr PAOlI rmr r r c ladies eadutc Q War department J llldl 9hillipif t CO CI I dpeeid Offering + 9hiJ Week J Ft I t r I I II II I I I LOCAL NEWS T X For Di PenJley ring 410 Drink Belvedere the master brew conductedI I tho Pure Food snow has gone lo 1 Houston Tex where ho will hold a similar show Dr Gilbert osteopath 4004 j Broadway Phone 19 C When you orders a rig from us you are talking to one of the pro prietors or capable clerks not a driver or hostler who writes files and tills the oredr at appointed time Palmer Transfer Co f Contractor Gus Lockwood has taken a contract for 6000 to re lj I model the Wealcs Bros old whole sale grocery building at Second and Washington streets The rear will be made two stories high City subscribers to the Dally Isun who wish the delivery of their papers stopped must notify our col lectors or make their requests di rect to Tau Sun o ceNo attention will ham paid to such orders when i given to our carri...

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. — 29 January 1907

r Ei1j sIthi EI2 E ± 11 1j EVEthNG CJ TITSU Y I2 PAGB JL T THE PAD UOAII EVENING StJNCJ C i IS Child Labd i Statistics Published 1 1 ashtngtoa Jdn 29The cxteri S l io which Child labor la 1 employed In ifcbltfhiteJ States Is set forth In a it ekMetln issued yr the census bureau yesterday The statistics presented are joe 1900 and relate to the em pioyinent or children as breadwln nersjS of whori 1750000 In round numbers between the ages of 10 and l15 Were so employed Bread wihiers l are defined as those earning money regularly by labor contribut lag to the family support of appre ciably assisting in mechanical or agricultural l Industry By far the most Important occupation for chll dren Is that of agricultural laborers r t the numbers of children 10 to 15 years old so employed being OS4 44c1Next Next in Importance comes domes tic service or the occupations of r an and waiters In which 138065 children were employed most of them being girls r Ages of Those Employed Auoit onethird of th...

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. — 29 January 1907

I = lI v TUESDAY Await 28 1 THE PADUGAlH EVENING SUNr reap iTI U es a Kidney Disease I Nature has Divert you kidneys to keep your blood clean and pure As the blood flows through them the waste matter it brings from allover your body is filtered Out through millions of f little tubes so small that they can be scerl only under a micro scope Unless these tiny tubes are kept open waste matter accumulates in your blood If the blood is chilled in any part of your body or held sack by pres sure or injury urjc acid turns into lihlecrysials i s ibling sharp ghlins of fine sad Overfeeding also may I produce so much waste matter that your blood cant keep the uric acid dissolved and the crystals are formed Your kidneys cannot pass these cry tals they lodge and collect in the > little filtering tubes where the y scratch and irritate the tender fibres 5 > just as grains of sand would do in your eye This irritation causes the pain in your back whichwarns you OIon j kidney disease Blights Dis...

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. — 29 January 1907

Jj TT Q 0 F PAOKXIOHT i t TIII PtDUCAII EVENING SUNr TUESDAY JANUARY tom LANDED ON HEAD IN ROADSIDE MUD Rural Carrier on Route rio 3 Almost Suffocated Oak Station Road Must He Repaired or Delivery Will He Slopped In That Section CIVIL SE1t nICE LAW OK CASK Harrison Simmons carrier of ru ral route No 3 performed a stunti i not set down in the civil service book of rules yesterday afternoon and as n result the county will have to make needed repairs In the Oaks Station road or a portion of rural route No 3w111 be cut out In pursuance to rules of the government Simmons encountered a bad place In the road It Is Just three miles from Oaks Station and several wag oils nad hopelessly mired in the mud The mall carrier tried to drive around Into shallow parts of the bog there being no way of getting around the bad place and suddenly his wheels mired The wagon came to a sudden stop and Simmons took a header out the side of his mail wagonStriking Striking on his head he stuck In the mud for se...

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. — 30 January 1907

FT 2 I Pab1u4b 911tuiuguu + = VOL XXI NO 26 ADUCAHI + KY WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 30 1907 10 CENTS PER WEEK T NO DOUBT DEFENSE WILL BE INSANITY I THAWS COUNSEL LETS OUT FACTS Asks Talesmen If They Would Consider That Plea Two Jurors Are Dismissed and No Reason for Such Action Is Vouchsafed I JACK BARRYMOIIE IS PRESENT New York Jan 1011 doubt that Insanity will be tho principal de fells of Harry Thaw was removed when I Lawyer Detains for the first time naked talesmen Have you any prejudice against tlio defense of In sanity Talesmen ecrut t asked if they knew what insanity was Two Jurors Excused The first big surprise of ttoe trial of Harry K Thaw camo today when Justice Fitzgerald on tho motion of District Attorney Jerome and with the consent of the attorneys for the man accused for the murder of Stan ford Wihlte announced that two of the Jurors selected In the oarly days of the proceedings would be excused from further service Without any reflection on the jurymen whatsoever said t...

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. — 30 January 1907

1 L r V rntvrfdi TML JABtraAH V l a + N G1tj Ilf 111 111 1RL < 1t1 THREE EPOCHS IN A + WOMANS LIFE r I MRS ELVA BARBER EDWARDS MRS GEORGE WALTERS 1 There arc three critical stagea in a woiaahs life which leave their mark ia her career The first of these stages is womanhood or tho change from a care free girl to budding womanhood The second is motherhood and tho third is Change of Life Perils surround each of these stages and most of tho misery that comes to women through 111 health dates from one or another of these im portant crises Women should remember that Lydia B PlHklwnTs Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has carried thousands of young girls over the critical period of puberty has prepared mothers for childbirth and hi later Years carried them safely through the change of life more sue cessfully than any other remedy in the world Thousands of testimonials from grateful persons two of which arc here published substantiate this fact beyond contradiction Mrs ...

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. — 30 January 1907

3g ry > r I 4 j = I V r wB n b r ijA tAR 0t THE HAjytfCAE EVENING srrnIAOI TJOWOt oJ I Mark twain On the Lincoln i I Farm There Is a natural human instinct tbat Is gratified by the right of any thing hallowed by association with a great man or with great deeds So people make pilgrimages to the town whoso streets were once trodden by Shakespeare and Hartford guarded her Charter Oak for centuries be cause It had once had a hole In It that helped to save the liberties of a colony But In most cases the con ation between the great man or the great event and the r llcwe revere Is accidental Shakespeare might have lived In another town as weU as In Stratford and Connecti cuts charter might have bean hidden Ins woodchuck bole as well as In the Charter Oak But it was no accident that planted Lincoln on a Kentucky farm halfway between the lakes ant the gulf The association there had substance In It Lincoln beonged Suet where he was put it the Union was to be laved it I had to be a man of s...

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. — 30 January 1907

ti1t ARdMJ n t f 4 o f1 IJI xI > reso SUNQ N EU fyBUAYalL1RY 30 1 tADUCA EVENING SUNWEUXK8DAY t u u 1tbtl abucab Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY IT TIE SUN PtmUSHINICO QJCitRreRATIID FK FI9KER PresMtM m X PAXTON 0 aer J UUMJCM SUBSCRIPTION KATBSI fM4wM at the postofflc at Pasasai + XT M lecond claas matter mm DAILY Inn 9f 1 sorrier per week 1 10 By tali per month IB advaaee 26 BrBta pee rear In advance 2 SO THK WEEKLY SUX Res veal by mall posUg paid 1100 Mete M TUB SUN Fadaeafc Ky IItMet 11C South Third Phone US Parae Young CtUMie and Hew fork rflltfeeeattlve TWB KCN can be foun at the fallow I gTI DEa etleUN 1 Clemente oil c Vu CuUn Broi PalfHW House JoXm Wllhelma 181 WKDXESP AY JANUARY 30 dKCULATIOX STATEMENT December 1000 1 3930 173963 J i 3890 183921 11I rj3877 I 193949 J 3868 20 3926 t 3035 2ir r3938 r 73896 1 223939 93894 r 24n n 3939 Iftiil i3874 l 1 203901 113881 273926 12 1 3927 283932 13i3934 293899 14392 Bl3888 IlIi t i 3914 Total 97921 Average for December 19063917 Average f...

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. — 30 January 1907

S 7 r WKDNU8DAV JANUARY aor THE PADUCAH EVENING SUNF1VI t r or f P ladies eadri = Wear I i department r Sidi hillipit 0 I I ifpeeial offerings > i 5hic Week > h r 31 LOCAL NEWS For DI PenJIey ring 41C Drink Belvedere the waste r brew Dr Gilbert osteopath 400 z Broadway Phone 190 Dr William Rogers son of Mrs Pete Rogers of Mcchantcsburg was brought home yesterday from Den ver Col In a serious condition He Is suffering from tuberculosis When you order a rig from us you are talking to ono of the pro prietors or l capable clerks not a driver or hostler who writes flies and fills tho oredr at appointed time Palmer Transfer Co r City subscribers to tho Dally Sun who wish the delivery of their papers stopped must notify our col lectors or make their requests di rect to TaG Sun office No attention will bo paid to such orders when given to our carriers Sun Pub Co Drink Belvedere tho Paducah beer sanitary Engineer atraom em ployed by John Lqf Chicago has returned home to await better we...

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. — 30 January 1907

Pir r VG o = 0 T PAtiles D T EftEOTfrft SU > tWEDNESDiyTAN1TAItY 8O J p Tr 7 IF I II i t 10 h I MEN5AnUTf T 3 ° AND BROADWAY fiADtCAH FYI Established 1868 I I 4 Y if 1 GREEN TAfi SALE i Character Individuality and Strong Value Show the Predominating Spirit Here j t T7E promise a great deal and fulfill what is i promised > hence your confidence ft You have unlimited choice of tire c best the pick of what we consider the cream of all productions Hart Schaffner 4 Marx the AtI I terbury System and Hamburger Bros fine tailormade but ready towear clothing All Fancy Suits and Overcoats that sold up to 4000 now A S15OOThese These Prices Are Strictly for Cash tI t1J 29HOLT FORESTRY G It js hope that Congressman Slemp of Virginia was not thoroughly under stood in somo remarks attributed to hint regarlrfg lumbering Ho Is re ported as saying I reckon I own my land and can do as I please with it Why should I let tho timber on my land stand and decay just to please the forest service It Is ...

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. — 30 January 1907

J1tr3o7 ii THE PAPUCAH EVENING SON r PAGK SEVJBN MO MAN 15 STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH Let the gret e t athlete have dyjpe and his muscles would soon fall Physi cal strength kldcrlnSl fwm 100d If a man has Insufficient food lio loses strength It lio has no food he dies Food Is con verted Into nutrition through tho stom ach and bowels It depends OB the strength of tho stomach to what extent food eaten Is digested and assimilated People can die of starvation who have abundant food to cat when the stomach and its associate organs of digestion and nutrition do not perform their duty Thus tho stomach is really tho Vital or scan of the body If the stomach is weak the body will bo weak also becausd U I Is upon the stomach tho body relies for its strength And as the body considered as a whole Is mndo up of Its several memo hers azul organs 51 the weakness at the Jtbody as a consequence of weak stOle ach will ho distributed among tho or gans which compose the body If the body Is weak because I...

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. — 30 January 1907

rtt f 4a u N 10 PAOB EIGHT IFTTTI TU JANUARY3qE 4 n Puny Children NEED VINOL I it builds them up makes them strong and robust Rapid growth overstudy Insuf ficient nourlshmen convalescence after childrens diseases and run down conditions makes children tain and delicate and stops development Because Vlnol contains all the medicinal bone tissue and bodybuild Ing elements of cod liver oil actual ly taken from fresh cods livers the useless oil eliminated and peptonato of iron addodk It quickly restores ro bust health and children love It Wo refund money to those who buy Vlnol and receive no benefits W B McPherson Druggist NOTE WLIlo we are sole agents far Vlnol In Paducah It Is now for sale at the leading drug store InI I nearly every town and city In the country Look for the Vlnol agency in your town I Had no dreams been lost the world would never had advanced from Its starting paint 1 SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT Almost everybody knows that 11 cense should bo paid In January yet some peop...

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. — 31 January 1907

n A Lw n r A f bt IiThbti b btUJU 1 uu = VOL XXI HO 27 PADUCAHl KY THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY 31 1907 10 CENTS PER WEEK 1 i I I I I Ii i r I ifff if f I I iI I i i r 1 r Ir 0 DEATH OF HUSBAND LEADS TO SUICIDE DROWNS HERSELF IN DEEP CISTERN Young Widow of Joppa Bo comes Despondent and Ends Her Life MRS IDA SMITH TAYLOR I Huslmntl Died Year Ago uwljSho Has Been F Melancholy Ever Since glint Event H SURVIVED BY LITTLE CHILD Despondent on account of the death of her liusband h year ago Mrs Ida Taylor the youthful widow of James Tar or of Joppa I1K walked a quar ter of tt mile before daybreak yester day morning and drowned herself In the cistern of Andrew Todd Her body was found by members of the family who went to the cistern to get water later In the day Coroner T F Wallace of Metropolis viewed the body The burial win take paco this afternoon Mrs Taylor was Ida Smith a member of a weli known family In Joppa She toad one child a year old She hair F been melan choly for months her trouble ...

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. — 31 January 1907

z > A > > vj vul t T c i i J 1 J J 1t LtAel > ozwa 1 0th p ADUq EVENTS ffl THURSDAY JANUARY 31 i r i r i 1 I CbeKentucKyBOTH 4 I BOTH PHONES IMS Twin Night Fib 5 JAM S AND LEE SHUBERT INCORPORATED Offer t1ie 1 ElwYor Cnjno Musica i 1 t coined Suceess E i The Social Whir Direct from its nil summer run at the New York Casino with its big cast and production Ompiny it 80 Chorus of 60 O Yfith CHARLES J ROSS Of Ross Benton Songs that are catchy songs that are tuneful songs that are a novelty songs that start your feqt feqtfaltering PRICES Entire orchestra 8L60 Balcony GOc 75c 81 00 Gallery 23c 35o Scats on Sale Monday 0 n m EYES EXAMINED FREE 11 d I ass J r v Stienfeld Optical Co IStienfeld I Optical Headquarlers of Paducah 609 BROADWAY BROADWAYt asss > a s African Lions Portuguese East Africa is now a real paradlBo for nlmroda British Africa is fast becoming a vast conti nental pTMprvc while tho Portuguese I dominions are not only open but in viting Lions abound it I appe...

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. — 31 January 1907

InRanA > WXUAHY ar 9 or THE PADUCAH EVENING 81TNPAGE E1It1 yrf i I r I I 1 a I 1t 1V I I t FiI I I Ir I 41 j I 4c 4P Gt2 r ludq 9kti1zp8d G 219223 BROADWAY J jf it 1 i V tIi j jf mnant3 j < R i i V Ilfl rdl w I If f c r I I r > > f I > ti t t Sl I e1nna Y n > t3 f < r t > t I f < I C > diOql f l1ntn < t emnant f I i i 0 St I t I REMNANTS of ve description of Silks i Woolens and Cottons Remnants c de I rIved from our WHITE GOODS SALEjour GENERAL CLEARAKCE1 SALE and Mr JANUARY SILK SALEall just closed I I naturally leaving behind lots of short ends pieces lust long enough for waists skids 1 childrens dresses and the like just the length that you want and just the length that I weclpndt want So in order to give you s hat ° y6u want and to t get ridof f what Wes rrtt 1 s H1gl walitweacegoing to setastde one day f Friday i = oforbne big + Remnant Sale Day and I sell < for f thisday only 1 t I w v i I t sW i I > I i t 5 < aii 1 J 1 F l rk mte nnan...

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. — 31 January 1907

< jRftS v IG3 V V LiT i IOVII rIH J 1ADUoAIti EYENINQ UNi r J t1i rat1cx111aiI i I i f > r s I U apse abucab Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY IT THE SUN FUILISHINQCO INCORPORATED F M FISHER FrecUM Jt 7 PAXTON General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATEflt CMatre4 at the poitoffica at FMMftb Kjv as second claii mattes TUB DAILY SUIT > T terrier per week ifilJ By all per month in advance 26 B7 111 per year in advance 2BO TUB WEEKLY SUIT r f year by mall postage pal4nOO AddrM THE SUN Paducah Ky Hee 115 South Third Phone 158 Payne ft Young Chime and New forte representative THE SUN can be found at the follow if places placesR do ClIo Van Culln Bra Palmer House John Vllhelma NllhelmIii I T TIIURSDAY JANUARY 31 CIRCULATION STATEMENT December IDOfl 13930 17 r3963 I 1 3890 183921 4i i OI 3877 19r r 03949 J r 138G8 1 203926 n f 6 V 3935 111i3938 i 7 0 3896 22 3939 8Vi3894 243939 1 3874 203961 103874 j 1 1 i12881 273925 r 12oo 3927 283932 13 OI 3934 290 1 3899 14 39ZlJ 31 3888 is 3914 Total or or9792J...

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. — 31 January 1907

Frpr rtUt pr JIOUII rrID DU viNtIc sYt1lSlY Jmwni8fU J 1 um m sae ahucab Sun t AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY I IT tilE SUN PUILlSIIIlUICO xwcoHroRATHDP Pree1Aa4E X 7 PAXTON General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATK3I OlBtwed at the postoffice at Pat seah JCy as second class matter A THE DAILY SOW 3y earr1r per week ft 10 L By wait per month fn advance 26 By sail per year in advance 2EO TUB WEEKLY SUN ftr year by mall postage pahlLeO Address TIlE SUN Paducah Ky NUM 115 South Third Fbenes 158 Payne ft Young Chicago ad Ne t Ik representatives 1 THE SUN can be found at the follow r places R D Clemente I OC Van Culln Bros Palmer House John Wllhelms = I = TllUIlSDAV JANUARY 31 I CHlQUIjATION STATEMENT December 1000 13930 171139 f f G3 I 13890 18139 r 21 + l 387719y > 3949 513863 1 1 2439 < 26 03935 2L139 g 7c 3896 22 3939 1 8f 7 1 3894 24 3939 1tli13874 i t 2396i il 0U81 0 271139t i 12 13927 28139 t2 1313934 2938 r sy 14 1392L 1 81 1 3888 iS 3914 I I Total 1 8792 Average for December 1906 3917 Avera...

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