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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 19 September 1906

µ 4 C tti 1 1 litiLJ i f MI tP 1 < > rr1 XRSt 1 R1 rITL11 I 0I I I i SFSUAY SMRmRfttirItE PADUCAH EVENING SUNPAO1 > FIVB F I r CLOSED THURSDAY Hut Friday morning our sale starts on every summer garment in Ihe house and will continue until Saturday 4night The prices on Linen Suits Skirts and Shirt Waists will be wonderfully reduced During this sale we start off our Fall Suits Skirts and Waists thereby giving you an opportunity to buy fall goods for less than the regular p ices The tale Is next Friday and Saturday at M r 317 BROADWAY 4 1Loc 1 LINES 1 Sf For Dr Pciidley ring 41C C It Drunaon Co have mov moved ed their flower store to 529 DroaJ way On account of an accident to Iho tendor of tho engine pulling tho Ixmlftvlllo Fulton ncconiinotlatlon train No 121 at Dawson yesterday flue train was delayed not arriving until 9 oclock last night Tho fast e rain No 101 from ixnilsvlllo to j Memphis wan delayed being be 4 ilnd tho accommodation train Tho c rucks of tho engine tender ...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 19 September 1906

7 > icMa + CM II1rrRygA IWpa JrT jwi JfIt r J j I Ml i ASSOCIATION I f if NOT OF FARMERS i Circular Hiring Distributed I Among Tobacco Growers I I 14ort Being Muck to Disrupt Organ I < lRIIOn Rllll C1Rlm or blllshhTI I t TukliiR Iliiml LOCAL MBMMK1W H1 mcT 11 J Signed and dated but without any other indication Of Its source a mint ed circular ist being distributed which If Its allegations are true Is expected to1 causo a tremendous up r heaval In the Dark Tobacco Growers e ccaUon y This circular vspecJflos l certain changes In the organization and man agement of the association In which a new organization has been com pleted by certain officers In the old association The old organization the circular slates has been super ceded by the hew one < pdln the change amnii i other qlntllof dlfter once mcntlon the name lps bctJn changed ttlidycajVtal reduced the right toel l ci tngjaetar officers has been taken frpm > ihli farmers and glv en to the stockholders the maximum Indeb...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 19 September 1906

i Nrlni r t f > P 1 PA e1I P rix1 M 1ye rid r WILL CELEBRATE ON COLUMBUS DAY The Her Katlirr Xiiftlo of Dubuque lon n Will Lecture In Ken lucky Theater AXXIVEltSAUV OK LANDING The landing ot Columbus occur t red on October 12 1492 but Amer icans prone to keep green tho mem ory of every epoch marking event In tho history of their country have Tallcd to give any sort of recognition to this event without which there I i could have been no American repub lie j I fThe Knights of Columbus howe er preserve tho memory of tho great discoverers landing by titling celebration and this rear for tho first time It will bo observed In Pa ducahc The local council of Knights or Columbus which was organized last t October will glvo a patriotic pro gram In the Kentucky theater Octo ber 12 The Rev Father Noglo ot Dubuque Iowa who Is well known to Inducahans by reason of his lec ture at the chantauQiia will give an addressTho Tho program which fins not yot been completed will be In two parts Tho firs...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 19 September 1906

r r GEORGE 01 HART L ENTERS INTO REST jo The Veteran Merchant Pusses I Peacefully Away Druggist Steamboat Owner and Hardware Dealer Prominent Citizen of Pndiicnh II HELVED DEVELOP TilE CITY T pCaptain Captain George O Hart pioneer tcamboatman merchant and cburrh man and ono of Paducahs most f prominent citizens died this morn q Ing at 11 oclock of complication of u diseases after a ten days Illness IN died at his home 913 Jcffiiroi street and was surrounded by his 0entire family his condition Airing been pronounced hopeless sine first attacked Uraemlc poisoning ii said to have been the direct cause of his death although complications aided by a general collapse hastened iho endCaptain < Captain George 0 Hart was bon In GIrard Pami and was 72 years old Ho spent his early youth ai Now Albany Ind where his father the Rev Edson Hart was a mnh t for years lie moved to Paducah In 1SC7 and had been a resident of tills city since sinceWhen When ho camo to Paducah ho en gaged In tho hardw...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

A V V 4x u fLtI II I F r 7 M r b Paducah k I y S un M r I A I II VOL XVJ II NO 38 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 26 1906 SsOOAYEAR t t ATLMTA QUIET f Hd AFTER CARNAGE l T K I e < Eighteen f Victims luck lulu y ° White Reported 4 blUciM Call for Closing of Dives and Protection of All People In > City 1 FOUR COMPANIES OF MILITIA Atlanta Ga Sept 2GInown dead who have met death with riots hero since last Saturday night num bor one white man and IK negroes FtTo Ft this number might be added tho + I name of Mrs Robert P Thompson a respectable white woman who drou t pod dead Monday evening after see ing two negroes shot and beaten In front of her home The main event was the ordering Into tho city of four companies of I militia from outside points Governor I 1 Terrell saying It was a matter of pre v t caution rather than pressing neces sity i To Close Dive Atlanta Sept 6A larg yat t tended meeting of representative clll f ttens t was held at tho chamber of com t at today Resol...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

t L 0 E tYtIPTCMnrR 10CIE ADpCAll E ENj 1SG l JiNIACm rJ r TWO a Y DEPUTIES TO KEEP ORDER grocH Jlnku Koprtsiil mid Mob Agnln Averts Itself School Under wrest AUMS SEAT 1 > KOM HIIlMIXltXM 7 > J t fff f ff fffff tiff xx < < 4 Atlanta SepThe presl f fy 1 I dent family pmt students nt tt I I < Gammon Xogro college tit 1 MftiwiiivllciWCQS nrrCHtcd to 1 I day in roniuMitloii wltli the trou i 1 I We last lilslit Over 1000 no grin lire under urrvst The ty fciierlfT IwsMvtirn In li0 depu M r ties und nskecl the governor for + X anus nut equipment The guy tj g rrnor In I conslderlii placing the Fl F A lildiiilngliani wMii Sept = i 2 fttcry train farm Aliiinta in I F + bringing panicsi rlckru ne 3 f rtKSTo h1l1l11111 tl lue nr chit since inldiilght others lire i plitlielr way illlllra rued 1111111111 nllon IIIIt being Milppctl to At f luntif frtinl htre distal 1 1 4t r icRTocs Retaliate Atlanta da Sept 26 While a party of county policemen were to itjlght riding by an alley In ...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

f f 1 p tf TT L ST r iyQP5H t t za SNINXit Hvoncrya P riuu1Y > aDN 1 SEW T J f t 1 i The NewFa L l Season 1 ks I il r I Extension Tables 1 A inaKnlllcont assortment to select 1 t from 150 cash Imlanco C0c per t week bass a nice polished one made of loanoned oak F f r gnrt Sideboards Constructed of selected Oolden tOak with mfifiilvo stop Trench 1 t Plate Mlrorllnen drawor In flcrpen I tine UesiKii v8llwortli 21500 now tvo nn T npv terms I 1 3 China and Queensware Headquarters anti Imported t line lu Dpmortlc will mid a complete Here you I before offered you lh this cti north The largest display ever I 1 Our stock Is WQJ1 l selected and prices are guaranteed Wo C8pe II ly call your atlentlon to our largo I and line line 05 Imported > I I 1Oooda oO I With the grandest array of values RhodesBur III ford have ever presented to their patrons Make your expectations the highest look to us for f the most remarkable values in dependable Furniture Carpets Stoves Queensware Chinaware and...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

i a loun 1lm eIII P3H5UOSH rvind ltt Maimed Sum AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY KY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO F INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDF L Ptetldept i tGwll J PAXTOR General Uanaser SUBSCRIPTION RATES Nt fcBKleredat me postofflceat Paducah Kj M I iccood class matter i 6 THE DAILY SUN l Hy earner per week1fe Hy mill per month In advanee40 1fir 1 mall per jcirJn vdvance UO t I THE WEEKLY SUN A rr sear by mall postage p ldllOO Address TUB SUN Paducah Ky II I rOmc 115 South Third TiLirBOiril Kt I I i Varna Young Chicago and New York rep ewnutlres aeatathearu THE SUN can be found at lie following places K D Clemenu ft Oo i i i Van Culln Bros VanCulfnnrosIelnder 1 Palmer Houie John WJIhelmi WEDNESDAY SKITKMBUK SO II J f CIUCULATION STATEMENT August 1383G 1 August 23848 I August 33883 I August 438C4 I August C38G3 l > August 73879 j t August 8391 1 1August 93927 August 103896 I J I I August 11 3951 August 13 3894 f i August 143885 Augu4t143886August August IG 3904 August 16 3898 August 173888 August ...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

7 WEDNESDAY SEPTE > nJEn M LTHE MBUOAH E V NmG SUNT rnTT j r t f = j 1 Its Awfully Hard to Tell You Just How Many Pretty Suts We Have and Equally Difficult to Describe Therefore wewant you to look for yourselves ikand be convince that you are In the midst of the r t grandest lot of clothes Pat ucuh has ever seen Tomorrow is our fall openly g dap und all the good as well as the pretty clothes will 1be on ex > J t hibition at our store Will be open Wednesday evening until 930 I 1 Exclusive Rudrto 1 1 1ilWear Store sr Kernel Dressers for Wtmen and Children raj I I I t f 1LM4L 1 1 LINElIl For Dr Pendley ring 416 0 L Drunson Co have mov ed their tlowor store to 529 DroaJ way Tho Luther league of the Grr luau church will meet Thursday with Mlsa Elsie Ifoewlscher at her home 1 on South Third street It rt We guarantee to please you + V with Old Taylor Ky Lump coil L Phone 339 Bradley IJros g Attorney Hal S Corbett li pre paring a defense for Mr Tom San sor i r clay In the case of John...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

> 1 IW 1OR SiC V IlII U f l VtWlmNES1H l Y SBPTKMBRIl 2 < LOTS OK IIOXKY If It nolicrtsnn llco Fnnclcr Is SJuceiwfnl I Speaking 510111 bees f Iwllsay j I that Mr W jiJancsls Jiottho only man In tho city who can Justly lay 1 5 claim f being a beo fancier rr llf R Uobortson formerly a mem ai ber or the school board anda popu Pr lar Illinois Central carpenter cle N t Glared this morning I am some thing of a bee man mselfi and own 100 hives on Dr S II Caldwolls I plico on West Ufoadway I got last year from my hives a total of 20 Oft pounds and fold the honey fqr 15 cents the pound This makes a total of 300 derived from the work of f the busy little bees Mr Janes has beau t leV than II I and has more hlvea Ho hits iTallarilzed lift hives thoroughly but rijnve not the time t6 devote Co the Industry lndustryKING KING OP nOOTJKGOKKS 1 undo Murphy jcoims Rack for Trlnl Here h llndo Murphy rl King of Bootleg gors will bo brought back to Pa ducah this afternoon and placed In the county J...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

= r J wi 0 tfTimr f P4GE 1XJ N 1yEnNFspAY flEPTEMHEIl CO 1rP4GE NJ 1MI KCEJHGJGH NT N r f SENATOR BAILEY II I I WoRRIES tBRIgNDB S t I Comment Ills Jlnlllninrn Sim on I Kiiiplojimiit Iiy Slandiiril 011 I Company I I C I I NEWS OK NATIONAL r CAPITAL I < t q i Washington Sept 2L 1 It IB In cohcclvnblo hero among Iho friends I ot Senator Bailey wnonavo so Ions watched with ndmlrallon hfs brilliant tt public life always on ttio side of the pcopu against the aggressions of t capital I that ho should nave accepted a legal fco frotriany colnpanyknpw Ing that It caino to him by reason of his official position or the Influence ho brought to tho bar because ho was a member of lho United States con I 4ate f y H Is moro conceivable that Sena tor Bailey was legally employed bo canto he was known to bo familiar with state statutes and one of tho great constitutional lawyers of oho day Nearly half If not two thlydn of tho senate Is made up of lawyers rriost of whom have a largo legal practice a...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 26 September 1906

e e t + PAGE EIGHT 71fL T PADUCAH EVENING SUNIJt t WRDiFSDA1 S PTL fIER ° tlQ + lJ r MATE HELD t CItUlGUU WITH ASSAULT AND IIATTERY i t Accused of Striking Negro Deck linn With Stntulnnl Off n Wagon Y O0 Ilond I Charles Hill a steamboat male was presented In police court this s morning on the charge of assault and battery and the trial lasted for more than an hour HIM was accused of assaulting 1 < negro deck hand employed on the steamer Clyde Ho was alleged to have taken o standard from a trans fer wagoh to do his work Wyll Coleman the negro > was aucces fi In dodging and escaped serious In Jury He sustained a severe bruise S on ono arm In warding oft the blow The evidence conflicted and at the conclusion of the trial the mute was hed to the grand jury on the charge of assault and battery He gave bond r In the sum of 200 Other cases John Haggerty dls orderly conduct continued Gool c < Graves cojored petty larceny con tinned Nettle Bcckenbaugh alias Irene Clemmons obtaining ...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

f Jr The Paduh t Weekly un I f 1 VOL XVIII NO 31 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 3 190G 8 L 00 A YEAR PADUCAH PEOPLE IIN URED t WRECK r l Two PassoiiKcrTraiiiH Collhli Near II1llbRhoro f T I I 1 Dixie Flyer and South Hound Train on Illinois Contra Meet I l Ii cad d4r t ONLY ONE IS SERIOUSLY HURT fI lo < r t i I f + > THE INJURED > E R Walters 0 St Louis 8 fr + W R 11111 ChltKtf ff Ji i Mrs Charles Geblnft Rards J ft town III g + Com Moore Padurah Ky i4 Julius Tlrk Paducah Ky J 1J 1 W Duvle Grand Towcr ill ft Mi s Nen Burnett Kahuna j j e ft i too + Mich et Jllch4I 4 IMra I t Rex Ixiuden Murplijv V I gV it It L Mannle Curlxin alo III K laI Perk KantSt buds g + 14 N N l J Murphyiboro IIIOct 3A very Burlous wreck occurred here yester day morning at 1112 oclock on the Illinois Central railroad Two passen ger trains came together headon i with terrific force just outilde the city They were Billy Bryans train t south bound and the Dixie Flyer north bound Tho engine of the fo...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

I ti > ir r lU i i < r V W DXFUf SEPTEMBER 10 l IE PADUGAIi EVENING SUN F T PAOKTWO 7V C T < TORTAINMENT NTERTAINMENTAOROSS ACROSS THE RIVER Conimunlly of 1n < eifiU Hctwwn To Cilles I > eilii < M lly This Social visit CORDIAl RKCKPTIOX OIVKX d4 I1 III I i Staff Correspondence Elbort Hubbard has delighted thousands with hIs Little Journeys y but it may be wagered that the trip 1 of fortysix Padueah business men to aietropolls last evening which Mr F L Scott arranged and named a j Little Journey to Metropolis long iidll remafn a Subject of fond retro i spectlon for every man Who went It was a breezy trip from the time the steamer George Cowling left the s city wharf at 7 oclock till It returned of 1145 Metropolis met us with outstretched hands and waved us a adieu when we left Tho spirit of the trip was one of jollity and the evening was replete with Incidents i I both amusing and vital f The vital part was when after a speech by Mr Hark Wynjan chief engineer of the...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

rl a f21 o F r41 h 1 P r1 10m PAUVOMJ IE NIN 11 BU I WEDNESDAY OCXOpCn S = 1 IAII BIPWP 1 t I HELD TO TjIE GRAND JURY I I mf II r gnjfjfinrjco of Relations yjth I I I SislcrinLaw I 1 1 L Iillifr I minnt Attorney t i i nyirfciMiiiiit j Will Co I tree AllliotiKli Child Is Hold Y to hill CoaC84Cd B R + i4 11VOIICIe e VI1E i l IL ff i Slytom I Mahundro charged with I f m v v I B cloplngwJ1h Dovlo Bradford 15 t yearsoid1 waa iI res9nl rd this morn > 1k t IbjTffi I 1 pjiilco court Howttlvod exam 1Thfllon and was held over Later he gayo bond and was released The I V I rfyFl wife and others connected with the cam wero recognized to ollleai appear apneak ollleaiC Attorney D I A Cross declared It t Is I nothing but tho result of an In in17Q0 as SaIt ° I therovra I nTw had ho remained with her She sWded and found fault constantly aid ho picked up and left l Sho can not I testify against him bul wo will hTo witnesses to prove that the chkrges Jjgalnst my client arc false tal8eft a con tfjCeu...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

I AQK FOUR IdB fftUutt 1 VENIVEDrEeDaY OCTOBER 8 c aitpabntat Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDs I Presided DWIK J PAITOK Qescral Manager c SUBSCRIPTION RATES tend at the poitofflcett Paducah Kr M second class matter THE DAILY SUN wrier per week 110 rill 1 per month In advance to 1 doll per year In dvance fiG THE WEEKLY SUN 1 year by mall postage Vul ldI100 < > Address THE SON Paduah Ky OB 115 South Third T L rnOKM KS ayne I Young Chicago and New York rep UTe SUM can be found M the following i i D Clements A Oo M Culln Bros aier House n Wllhelmt r WEDNESDAY OCTOUKU 7 t CIRCULATION STATEMENT September loll 3S81 t 3885 3878 3880 3902 3917 43913 13831 3900 3911 x3960 3992 3965 17 3975 183948 193942 203931 21 3959 223949 143938 53929 263935 27 4019 284045 294003 Total 9847 era ofor September 1906 3939 erago for September 190G3656 i V Increase w > 283 r Personally appeared before me Is October 1 190Q EJ Paxton neral manager of Tho Sun who a...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

1 j z L iJWED i SDAY OCTOnErr i PADTJOAB EVENING SUNPAgh F1V1i1a ry i I J DAILY ARRIVALS y Are becoming common occurrences at ourtorev Etfcry day we show an entire new line and assortment of all classes in ReadytoWear rments 1 4I I Iclulhe ReadrIDo iJIclulhe Store L311 Broadway LOCL LINE For Dr I ndley ring 416 C L I Drunson Co have mov bed their flowor etoro to C29 Broad way tYestanla finishing t Yesterday the finishing touches were put to the Interior of the city lighting plant and nil Is In readiness for the Installation of the new ma fr chfnery which will increase the ca j Mclty of the plant 35 lights The General Electric company of Lynn 14Mass 1 Bhlpped the machinery Mon day City subscribers to the Dally 41Bun whQ wish the delivery of their t papers stopped must notify our cot loctors or make their requests direct to Tho Sun office No nttnntlon will AJ paid to such orders when given to Ikni carriers Sun Pub Co I Supt W J Hills of tho N C St L railroad yesterday sent all tbol I ...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

t Jf t1YTASTspA O 1A113r111 iit PAQEtX 1JUOA1tY lt 8b 1 3 r llt SEND DUES S 1 1 VIAL JAIHTCAHAXS T f01OIJ CI 4 l PS Mk I A rlll ItlS1I1I8 In I < Inrc I J ltulntlans t 4i lie 1 twcen Orgniilwillons of Two CiTlesl M 1 r i During the yslt of the member of the Paducah Comment club to Me tropolis Monday evening at the opun session of tho Metropolis Commercial cub the following Paducahans i Joined the Metropolis Commercial elub and oday sent dowp ihfljran n1 nualTdues AO judge J F McCartney president of the Metropolis comm r vial club W P Hummel Sol Drey r Xus H C Rhodes DW Coons F E Scott L W llenncberger M Michael J WallersteYh Charles K Wolllc H A Fetter > K 1 K TIPS Vlltyl THK I WIRES C o The Democratic state committee will meet In Now York City for per manent organization It Is expected that a pew state chairman will be elected at that Jlme jBoth the Dem Deptcarats ocrats and Republicans of Massa chusetts will hold conventions to name their respective state tickets during tho w...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

C n p > 1n V1W t < 1C TA01T SETKTf JI llUJUOXD BVBNIM5R WEDNESDAY OCTOBER a Ii 0 1 k A f mm DAMAGE I NOT OVERSTATED 1 1 llONit of Lfo ItciiclicN HiiiHlrcilM anil IIiltilntN Almost Prost rated Alohg Gulf J SOME HKOOHDS OF I THE IJIOW tSOUR t j JI i i Mobile Ala via Meridian Miss Oct 1 Tho number of casual l ties In thu great storm of lantWod nesday Is slowly Increasing as mes sages afo recelvedfrohiiJlaces whlcli havu heretofore been Inaccessible TIle total last nightof the known dead was soventyflve This number was brought up to u certainty of sov untynlnu and a poflalttlllty of 102 by tho reports which reached Mobile during the night and early today Captain Wilson of tho Banan roo ported that tho beacons In tho bay and all of thu rnngu lights havu been carried away and declared that the llphtlioiists on Sand Island has been destroyed onlythe tower remaining There was no light burning ho said oil gbu approached entrance Into the harbor Captain Hanson of the Be llzo saw thu lig...

Publication Title: Paducah Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah weekly sun. — 3 October 1906

n r rw + Ina PAOR mom1 THE PADUOAH EVENING SUNwrvnxESnAY OOTOUKR St r i GOVERNOR BECKHAH s WILL SPEAK TONIGHT Will Bo Met at Tho f Train By Reception Committee I Expects lo Sp inl Tomorrow Morning Here anil Attend Immigration I T CO I tlolli i GOES TO SMITHLAXI AT NOON r NOONIi t Friends of Governor Deck ham 1 in Paducah are exerting every endeavor to make his reception here the equal I of any In the state and this morning hey are confident there will be a large attendance at The Kentucky theater where he speaks at 8 oclock lie wll larrve on the evening train t from Eddyvllle A reception com mittee will meet him and conduct him to the Ialmer House The Hon Hal S Corbett will In troduce hint tonight Governor Beckham will remain at the hotel until 11 oclock tomorrow morning Ho has a speaking date at Smlthland tomorrow afternoon and he will start at noon In the private a launch of Messrs Frank RIeke and I Saunders Fowler reaching Smlthland I In plenty of time for the address During the ...

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