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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 27 December 1901

It 1 7 I J I Iotswcs AHO LOTS TM say that the rose en the vine 1 leas sprung from the dust ol a start Iballho Mill are but atome that Chants llu enelt4 HI tlorUa that arol ams And lit blluwi thai break on the share Were fashioned by Time out of Itttfl That stated at random before O aide Has ban It Your war Coattrnlnc the ror 0 and the ta j But Bomono oh rules tram on blob uu a heart that Is l beating for ml Ah rlntUl eon I believed K In the doctrine you preach but I know tine her Yea have looks up Into mine i That only Odd falhlontd her to Trifling with Fato nr FRANCES a HODOB Copyright POt by Dally Story Pub Cal Ted the adored i Ted the only mal In a family of nine wa 111 Mrs l Baker hung over him In all the moth vainly beseeching him to er a agony tats his medicine while down In the tlibrary the other member ol the tm 1 lly huddled In a terrified group speak I Ing In whispers or casing blankly at I j tie certain misery of the future atI I j Dr Dr A bad cars of pneumonia Newman bad...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 27 December 1901

T i V Y i ttt + + t + taea + t + + t + te + Mtat M eaet I AI GRAND ae + I Clearance Sale KT THE r i aAZAA i + Commencing Saturday December jSth we will Inaugurate the Great est Slashing Clearance Sale ever held in Paducah I Our complete line ol Winter Jacket mutt be clod out regardless of cost + otcwtIn In order to do this we bars put the knife deep Into the print Our complete line of Winter Cloafctat just HALF PRICE All ott tjy > Tine Kersey Jackets go In our Slashing Clearance Saler for 373 4 fcrfj75All It All our t rooo Jacket go for 100 ALL OUR 1 1500 AUTOUO us + BILLS rO FOR tjys a XA Al lour l f ijo Put Scirft go fur 75C all our fioo fur Sc ri uo for 00t All our 350 Animal Scirfi go for 175 fort7SY and Fur ColUrettet co at JUST ONE HALF PRICE F iJUST i is car Dont Mistake i the Place PlaceThe BAZAAR I 1 REMOVED TO 329 BROADWAY Ii + k + tIt ttisa iCI4tIt + 1I + six + a + iNt + m + 1IIt + 1t + 1II1II itV4 1II + TlT < M r 1 Ifenry rn ester Table Delicacies Ate particularly ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

c n r I 1F F t T h Pad b Sttnf I > VOLUME vra PADUCAH KENTUCKY SATuRDAY DECEMBER 25 I90J NUMBER 154j A MYSTERY SOLVED r Body of Nellie Cropsey Found in the River In North Carolina Her Sweetheart Hu Been Arruted Charged With Her MurderGrot Excitement IT MAY HAVE BEEN MURDER KUrateth City N a Dec S8 Fire week of mystery sad speculation j ai to the fate of Mill Nellie Cropeey terminated yesterday when the body of the mining girl wail four floating In the river opposite her fathers home The body was discovered by J D Still man a fiibernn who was returning from hit nights fiihlng trip Upon = discovering that the floating object was the body of a young girl he im mediately notified the committee and coroner When the body was found It woe face downward All the wearing apparel was Intact with the exception of the rubber which KM wore on the t night other disappearance and that was mining With the exception of some illght discoloration cf the fuee the body wa r in a stets cf good preserva...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

I hI LhVel I MOTHER Ive seen truss I J IfJl JI f J < t i xL THE KENTUC l JAMES E ENGLISH MGR I WAY 350 Times In Boston and 250 Times In Chicago I Dy LoUie Blair Parker I Elaborated by Joe 5 Grismto I t IN THE THEATRICAL WORLDI = j 1 t AML TI I Way Down East the treat New York sacoesi which this city is to ban for the first time next Tuesday night tea rural play the locale being New England with abundance of those unique types of character which are supposed to exist thereabouts and no where else tn this broad land TheM homely cbaracterutlct are made to ap peal strongly to everyone and there It a hippy combination of the domes tic with the dramatic In the dramas is lag of a play thai li treated la an orte Inal manner preserving the interest until the final curtain It ii to be plv en with complete scenery a special company and mechanical effects that I will be shown for the lint time on any stage and a production as famous as any given la New York Chicago and Philadelphia SCENE FRO...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

e S r Che Ie1k in Society = I 1 1 I 1 The Doings of the Smut Set the Part Slx Days JIo 3e Pluunt Events and Personal Mention JIo JIo JIo 00 4s 4 a P A CHRISTMAS MINUET When silver flutes and violin U Ohristmu land an sighing to dreamy waltz the rote the feet t Of youth and maidens flying I sea among the plain black coats And girlish rosebud faces Simon figures of the Indic ago Come out and take their places tID stomacher and gay broad That Time bat stained and faded In buckled shoes and velvet suits With gold belacvd and braided They tread a stately minuet The courtliest of denote And indernealh the mistletoe Renew ttiefr old romances When chimes are rang and earoli son g And snow the Io lclIoonn The spirit of the olden lime Around the holly hovers Then every shadow to my gaze A rlbead disclose And all the air U faintly sweet e With lavender and rosea With lifted skirts of pink and bloc They courtesy down the middle r beat above the stops and strings The spinet and the fiddle The cr...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

7 47 15 0 J 7 TbPaducahSuAFtERNOON In I AFtERNOON ANDWEEKLY BYn1IESUN PUBLISHING CO > lNOORIORA TED 1I000Io IIJ thane Prekaet Cad E41lor I fl Eaves 3 PSITUS On Mans r e SUBSCRIPTION RATES Eaeesedat the potomea t1sdueah = nrI I Ky ea ueod el matte r > > TilE DAILY SUN llyeartke p week t JJ 1ft msit per moslb Ice sd Inr 40 tarmal4 per year In advsce a to 11 WEEKJY adv Onelear br mall p0te paJ4fIOO Aedew Till SUN rrb Kr names Its south Tara 1 Tsteeaoee NOon = v S The SUN can 6e found for I sale at the followIng places R D Clements Co s VlnCulin Palmer House Bros CoI I I SATUBDAY DECEMBER 28 I OI1 to8IIORTER A prominent educator who has no interest In the outcome of the ono em s Mon question now being discussed by members of the board of education tho children and the latterl parent s 1 i that M far aiheican sothero U not h lug for the pupils to Rain by baring shorter school hours > It would gin them more time to study < their lessons at home assuming that they would 10 u...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

J 1 Mr lotsegenese i TIPS 11 ralw t scut Mee as I IPOI I llh sap JI I I ee 1ME 1 ME II 1 The price for Advertisements In this column II 1 Bo a line Cub mad ac t r company the order for all lull Then I will bo no variance from this rule for anyonef f e eIf 700 hurt a house to rent or tJt change or anything to tell try aD ad la The Son using TIre For quick return It cant be beaten It yon are In need of Anything In I the fancy stationery line call to ace oar line jut In It Ii the prettiest I t rby far la the city Our price cant I be beaten FOR RENT The second floor cf The Suns new building will be fitted j i 01 to suit tenant It U an Ideal loca tion for an mine Inquire at The BooI I For ReolA nice three room cot tags on North Twelfth street Apply Fisherw w I WANTED To work la some pri I vate family by white woman Call at 871 South Third WANTED Six or eight 14year old boys at the Uohankni Manufac e turing company Iw nip WANTED A woman to code and do housework Good wages to right party A...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

i Once worn they advertise themselves dependable wearable I The Fterftttont JHuWi Qfrrstt Is the cereetfMrwcctDinca for women of stout ficurg You con get a model to suit you aria gife style and ease U your carriage It will not atretoh Vd will give graceful lines to your form If nature has bean UUral to yep wear this corset j ihIi and more aoooniia to the m1WPl1 II The best Corset for the slight figure FRENCH FLEXIBONE Q 11621P560 suited to the womJL1 Tr11o dohs nqt rbqufr the WIN toiys of the moulded shapes n ha tryb eise and style of the FI x1bono Moulded and gives a graceful bearing to the willowy figure It Is made 61 the eat fabrics lJd wU ht e tQQI JI put care 1ru9 J a lIttle mote r rtePR 6H1 tlt 6 rtedrnatmal ISclfffleasurJnff Corset Chart M J A ssjiMVt Fit see w nsntMIUT CO JsctiacMka antrijfct 4 u Rudy Phillips Co Purcell Thompson THE u NORTHWESTERN LIMITED EUCTRIMIOHTEO For St Paul and Minneapolis Leaves Chicago 630 p m every day Daylight Train leave i Chicago 900 a m daily ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

r went MAKING mmitt c Isle wed Ilw merlee tae ratal ii hll i np It seems very atraatt that attar to many years women tbQald Hill be obliged to beg for equal suffrage when It has loot ance been shown that our claim It well founded not only In Ideal Justice but In practical wisdom and that It Ii In the direction of the tendencies of eUlllzatlon Our appeal to the fertile lures bit been refuted to winy times that to continue It seems like leading a forlorn hop Yet a for lorn hop la glorious To 14 It It glorious and to die In It 13 glorious and It often conquers and I am full 1of b s 0 for what Ii right In lull mail triumph In the end 1 feel ti med that In the near tutor the co operation of krouen In municipal and state affairs will aol only be desired but demanded by men of pure and worthy Citizenship Mother wives stems will no lonrr und ae sap pllrnta brfor state Iriltlttuo a > k Inc that they may become politically the nitalQ ol own who protest to treat then < i superiors but wh...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 28 December 1901

h < t iI I 1 IMMMMMt4tMt4It I4tItI 1 GRKND W I Clearance Sale I I I i 417TTHB4 i BAZAAa i + Commencing Saturday December j8b we will inaugurate the Great 2 est Slashing Clearance Sale ever held In 1aducab S Our complete Hue of Winter Jacket must be closed out rcgardlcfi J of cot J In order to do Urn we have put the knife deep Into the price Our fie tAll All our fiy Fine Keney jackets go in our Slashing Clearance Sale 9 for j75 xf J AH our Jioo cktt go for Jjoo ALL OUR f 1500 AITOMO j FILLS GO FOR < 7jo i < All our flue Fun and Fur Collirettea go at HALF PRICE t Al Ant IIso Fui Furfa go for 75C All our 200 Fur SaI rUxt > for f 100 J f JAllourljjoAnIuu1Scirfigoforfi75 + All our Jjoo 700 and fioM Fine Furl and Fur Collarette so at A JIST ONE HALF PRICE ± + w Jo Dont Mistake the Place PlaceTh BAZAAR t REMOVED TO 329 BROADWAY 3 = I 2 = + a k Fa a t 4a i 4 hAi a F4Fei 1ti t i 7iAa 71ai a + 11i a + I m HefitK I tej IIGrocer II il I I o441 TlirJ Street Tcephonc 12J f Ira L tII I...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 30 December 1901

H W rTTT1T t e t TT r IJ IC > yt 1f 21Ytd 3P 1i 4k + ofO N 1r 1t j < J1 f The Paducab F Sun VOLUME Vm NUMBER 55t PADUCAH KENTUCKY MONDAY DECEMBER 30 J90J r FOUR WBRB KILLED e A t Dl asthous Wreck on the Chka gee tr Northwestern Railroad s Jq ° ed rer I Killed red Tff Injur d t < 1 U Ihe OnaSa flrer r qWnik v a MANY OTHERS MAY DIE OF INJURIES i 1a Cblcago Den 001011r penoni l were killed and twentyulna more or leaa aerUuly Injured in the shock or by he aealdlng steam that a vela pd the wrecked ooaehea In a collUlon on v th Oklago and NortnwuUrn railroad I i at Malta JlLlbll miles well of Chicago yetterday Tho mIDI U oolllilon wen the 9Omaha Flyer II an eajt bound train I and u aaitlbound fnlgbt train The wreck caught On and two pai 1aagvecacbe 1 on ilaeplng car and tlfbtf night can wen burned and a alse rpaag was partly burned f1 dads TaideaJiO86BOE O86BOE W RUDIO wailer yen Kirk Soap company redden 01 117 North Thlrtyaecond area 9e Omiha a KHB GEORGE W nUDIOI I obaI I Omaha...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 30 December 1901

i 1 t t The Paducah Su1f r j AFTERNOON AND WCEHLT J I a BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO1 is ISCOItroltATBR rt4tr l1Ilti FLaai rrr r IrtasaU etarows flr r I IT SUDSCniPTIONlNlTES gip I w i EstwdsitMriunrtJivfctmajf Aller all to e i flue E fix nAILYIrNJE f l10w Ij Mramlala MVMM Ib W Uy IDol < l I roI Ur IDol per I er In ajrsiw UN Ill I I s1IEWFIt poW 100 It O ree hr ndL t lwtarhKt 411xlwtarhK tAGhnw t 411x 1 Orric maowt Jfo x14 e1 J > t > xiwaeeeeaar The sN eta bo found for 1 sale at lie i ifoViig prices DJ n RDCIemejrtC 0 VtnCufln Br1It m Palmer House t 1Ir 1 I I eoe t ee eeeive eoeId I I It 1 1 7 MONDAY DECPlDEn SO 1901 l lt lb mouoiiT t mouoiiTo ro let1 bo Unol 01 L 1r1l1 tom 10T Intkni s pot whiti muted 01 Dur II IIh e TJPTU THE MAYQK III Mayor Yslier bu an oppoxtnlt 0b J how how sincere he is In W landat h dertr to protect the ttty Intern t J A great drain on the public treat ur11 > lbe expeue of the loekupn Padua r Tbelockepkeelr II 1111 In reee 1 receiving fftetnocntate ea...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 30 December 1901

L s0SEYE11s DEBUT j Jt WILL BB MADK AT A WUITI 1 t InOUSE DANOB ON x JANUARY 8 t 1 j Waihlngton Doc 80MrL BOOM I veil baa lulled eitdi for a imtll dana I at the white bonne en Friday Jann ary S at 10 oclock I 1 Although the name of UUl Alice Rooagrelt doe not appear on the card the danoe la to mark the foraal delta I p4of the pmldenVi daughter The la U are lIIaoo In JoIn ROOM I veltanaae only but are engrava 1wlihihq national coat of arms an ar S ilBtlar i ever way to IbOte hereto IIocerearrvl I for ttta function t > 1 1 the onaUent I I RIGHT CF WAY a i 1 HEVtVuillO RAILROAD BEGIN 4 SEgunwo IT AT ONCE Ur > 8 T Payne of the new Cairo aDd Cadncah railroad left today lOT 0 A polnti below Ifrr Payne ilabd tha y 4e the new road wonld within the nes t fewjlayi begin eBCuring right of way lietweenFadoeah and Cairo for the I oj conitrBCtlon of the line Bom of II J hu already bwa secured but the re J Amahtot will have to bo obtained be y fore any raori itepe are taken In build 1tbe 1 r...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 1 January 1902

< 4 < I P P f u t Y > 1 t + < S T7 p d tu r b t j if 1 bet a c > J t PADOCAH Kf fuKYJW NE > A 1 J90i vOLUME IX NUMBER J i1 PADUCAH KENTUCKY a1EDNESDAY JANUARY r HE ENTERS EARL Hon John K Hendrick Announces 1 His Candidacy For Governor 1He Will Mike till Racer for the Demo feratlc Gubernatorial Nomina < I lion In 1903 In 1 RESULT or MUCH ENCOURAGEMENT Hon John K neo 1r1ck the well known ttmlthland attornef who liaa made 11lb his homo for the pout event iaod who served with credit a term in Oongreu hits an I nounced his eandMaoy for the Demo trade gubernatorial nomination in IMS 1 Ho toosvthls step after IcelI I Ing letters and rt qnosts from all over i the state urging him to make the tine Ue dectled o enter early anal will begin his csnTBs aa soon aa he winds op his law practice which will require considerable nine and la I one reason he came out so tarty Mr Ilendrlck Is I one of the most prominent men In the Democratic party and decidedly tho most Intel ligent ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 1 January 1902

1 found for litcef klAitY I tOGS I3011 e > gar of Nineteen f g and fail Mlll peeCO be In mill i reiionte bamed uiitutf It 4 peaut jf JT ndppillt i haa the people toi e p and doing T e I not find the r Daitul and end l Insn inthe past to ace that they io more And anything they are i ar about 1 10OOO dings han Ijee I uli nearly throe if the largest and ulldlugt are yet to yes of the year irancb In many doubled that of the 1 the average week as 1500000 The outing ap and the iting daily TtVpat nodaocording to the joSN At a remit going up everywhere hq growing business uw stores have been nbllo nttllttet have ei rflcca in all lira tiont of the water gas Idle jloctrlo light companies opened many new the way for addl t tyear the Kentucky at opera home bas jlegnat new Ogllvli erected and arrange 3d fojthe new OarnegU store bows for Mr E the Odd Fellow and M well at the Elks I i a certainty and Tinder way before aaaed The Famous e been eatablltbec three ftctorlei tong iillli Padn ° r petP...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 1 January 1902

10 L Thnnmpal 1 can trJej nl > i ai > o 3nii lift ed bf Bra3etreet y today declare tI ant 1itoday g pr felt 1 breaker among n a era of commor not to t aen d by ibo Uoltt the fleenooeo lld iemlacneo the review elated was all tt ba more noticeable ben cause It tnHered from a combination of happenings that In a normal year If not b would hare proved depressing disastrous Enumerated In the Utter c were the machinists and steel strikes the stock lento of May the failure of several Imprndentlymanagod comblna iloni the efforts of some oombtna lions Including that In copper to fix c price + the shortage In corn and oats a and the assassination of President Mo Klnley Summarizing tho general situation the review aald Briefly nmmarlzel > the year has eentraniactnl an aggregate of gen cral business ai reflected In bank s clearings far In excess of any precede fog period has witnessed stock irwcn p lotion rampant beyond the dreams of old time broken checked and curtail ed by ono of tho ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 1 January 1902

f u uon u on onof ofto ofi i toIL toa ILn ILt t tel view ark arkit it Ion r Teitoa Teitoth th thng ng low nation t nationat at In Irish Bar sno k on onThe The Theg to oil loan der It offered to GMtECOLD tECOLDIonia Ionia no noold old e tel a ae I a ibopi of Mt r r ea rout o kddwtl to kddwtlICoI toI ICoI I I r 0 aet lii I qishr > irrl Oeterloe cf Silt tab have gone to Ghlea ltt g Mr awl Mrs U O iciIdW1 GI 1 A8Bse < CaMwell U lit Min terwfees ooadltloa remains on matt IIDI I Mr Peone > Roukt the shoe dealer I I r ill v Mw MF iUhkopf waa sJlSWly Ht 5isV 4rday by the e i > ln Mn ot Iatejt ftlil I IatejtMt Sain liiryTS lit dui not able to be ° eaL tB I Told Rogers Is no better and Will stiYiMjUaTe for little Creek1 i Hbbv toga the treatment again te rake pntp one trip to bit office fly I 1 I Sam na > bard s ilL 1 Rt Hfnilerson of 81 nth Xhlnl 1 Xhlnli bber > Moore whtt was several t I ago operated on Is I rapidly recov l lad yill be ont shortly I The jondjtion of Mr Jef...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 2 January 1902

r7 5 The Paducab Sun n VOLUME IX NUMBER 2 PADUCAH KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 2 1902 THE WHEELER BOOM I I Senatorial l Candidates All No Working Like Trojans Combination Agalnit McCreery Is Still Strenuously Denied it Frankfort ARE PREPARING FOR THE CAUCUS I Frankfort Jan 2Tbo only ito I relopment in the raco for the Demo I eratlo United State aonatorltl nomln atlon li I an effort to boost a Wheole I boom It baa net amounted to any thing thus far All the senatorial candldataa en 1 working like Trojans and < 11t li din icult to determine what will bo thi I outcome Congressman Smith vigor < only denlei that there li I any com iblnatlon against McOrreary The caucus la I called for January alJS p m and there will bo a large orowd here CIVIC FEDERATION MEETS TUB REGULAR MKET1NO HELD THIS MOBNINOnUSlNKSS MOBNINOnUSlNKSSTUAN8AOTKD TUAN8AOTKD The Owls Federation of Women clubs met thte morning at the Ialmer bouae It WU the regular January netting but the Ant ednemlty be ing Jew Teara da...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 2 January 1902

w hgzo a Nuex Nagger g Pisces I I I ikeed A UARY t TIIOUQiIT tiM gre it etifr 1 N ROOIiVRLT co co W hits the KILMO ofTeudnl sea tir Thom ew tkhawrlleu an rtslrnROOIfIvelt and olio Oongteff pnblltbei Irfika PnlUdelpbU HatonJa 1 krJjVfilto Htm to think nijant RooMYelt It i rorolc I t11i jat mof awarding eipfaifltt Hentdfon been glTeh to the faith > y matt go to the ems oral oUiullaeM la I to 1 I lie a flrlt lequlllto of naff nl toforo the S natora end fij Saxhorn JD thc regular of thinga the patronaga fell ea inWte of office were the Judge anoilate > moral worth and ca They took wbat was ratted osibillty1 when a particular appointment WM madan1 have been mjde In the Ina va yer Today the Pml takes the rearewielllty ilon Jtooienlt liouclf he 1 gIrx T alt la essentially o Eby nature he 1i a Jflght UiTo glre to him lie ta od no ounh a pull1 oTltblo may be apocryphal mat Olbboni Archbishop three pareonal friend rod inl Ropablloaa cijmlolitrn illy nnitsd to Rot him to i minor appointm...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah sun. — 2 January 1902

tLEVELAND fOR CLEYELANDrORCQRONATIOI CORONATION F r PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WOULD HAVE TUB ONLV LIVING EX PRESIDENT HEPKESKNT p1tIS1OETTUft3 THIS COUNTRY I Washington Jan 3 KxPrfBiden Orover Cleveland 21txPruldenI I sentatlva of the United Slates at the coronation nf King Edward VII It be will accept the apiolutment 1reil tent Uoosevelt hat had Mvorsl name soggMod for this honor among them Whltelaw Reid who was tho repre sentative of this gororument at the Jubilee celebration of Queen Vlctcrla nod exSenator Wolcott of Colorado I Holds frlemln sny that President Mo Kinky ha promised llo lend him 10 the coronation ami Woleott U ono of the oloeo friends of Prndlent Iloox nit To appoint either of these geu < le mon would dluppilnt the other more than If a third man It elected 11 > o president believes that the represent tire at the coronation ahouU be a man woo baa h1 a poiillon representing the American people and known alto to the people of Europe There U to polltla In such a select...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun, The
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