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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

e V THE SUNDAY CHATt PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 1901 Be Sure Youre Right Then Go Ahead r An Old Motto v a r And i a > r A Very True One YOU CAN BE SURE YOURE RIGHT IF YOU BUY YOUR EASTER SUIT s Ar WHILES We havebeen so busy this past week selling Easter Suits Hats Furnishings and Shoes that have been un able to write our Regular Advertisement an4 tell you all weve got to show and sell you u1BUT YOU KNOW WE ARE STRICTLY f IN IT 1i AS WE ALWAYS ARE ti ti The Popularity of Our Goods Store and METHODS PROVE Our CLAIM TO BEING P PADUCAHS LEADING OUTFITTERS NEW FRESH EASTER NECKWEAR I 1 AND ALL STYLES XCLUSIVLII II I I DO YOU WANT TO lOOK I RIGHT II l THEN COME TO SEE US j a THE LITERARY OUTLOOK ar tt vie 4 s 7 A nooK He aU and drank the precious words Illsejiirlt grew robust ins knew no more that he was poor Or that his frame WM dost H danced along the dingy days And this bequest of wings Wu eat a book What liberty A loosened spirit brings brictelEmily Emily Dickinson JtlB BOOK Or THE HOUR Ti...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

v 4p q y fr THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 1901 f 4 I IN THE CHURCHES i Rf ElKS4frEEE fr 1E EE6Et The following wilt be the order of services at Ibo First Chrl tlan rbnreh Sunday MORNING SERVICE Voluntary Entree Do Procession r Batiste Anthem Awake Thou That Slot r I eIMakrr eatMakerNotices Notices NoticesDoxology Doxology DosoIOlInvoratlon Invocation InvocationHymn I Hymn HymnScripture Scripture Lesson Hymn Prayer Violin solo offertoryLa Moist diollaPrDJlleProf Oeo Smith j Anthem Hark the Note of Joy Adam Sermon abject Man and lie f 1I1I1nlImn Hymn HymnCommunion Communion Service hymn hymnBenediction Benediction lelIarrh in K Eat t Bncbe EVENING SERVICE Voluntary Elevation Batiste iAnthem Arino I Shine for Tb1 Light la Come Elrey Hymn Scripture Lesson jllymn Prayer Violin Solo Offertory Devotion H rProf George Smith I Anthem Chime Chime Cblme Loud LoudSermon Sermon subject The Voice of the i I Resurrection Hymn HymnBenediction Benediction DentdlclionPOIUodo Pesticide PesticideT...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

f l < THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 1901 I r 1 tbossosa0asosaaoatt o ooectrsesattboooaooooooaoty T Habits of Two Men J 1 i 1 eeo O4M ra ei a ea I if i wo eo tw + rw 0 O I OOOPQOQa MiO aaBEAOt00OCO0000fOa000aDi aaa O There hall be two In the Relit the I one shall bo taken and the other left 81 Matthews The same calling and congenial natures though they differed widely In likes and dislikes for the pleasnrei of life made fait friends of two men Each had a weakness II all men t e hare but the enchant of one was not thai of Iho other One was an In veterate smoker and hU fondness for a cigar was to him secondary to no other enjoyment The other was a slave to Honor and It took but it taste of drink s to tend him off to the gutter The two had frcqutntly chatted afoot their weakness and each had chided the other In Ja pleasant way but every day It was the old story over again againThe The drinker one day retained to his work after a spree broken In spirit and somewhat In health to f...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

J 4 I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 90fy II BY THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY 1aC02P0larRr Jt J laUOI iUnirfr and Pallor Mill SOMR W onO Aslate Editor + n SUBSCRIPTION RATES ny canter per wk S os ly mL we year is advance 330 oe t atadq I TLSraoda5 MI SUNDAY APJIIL 1 1001 THE FIRST EASTER OF A NEW CENTURY I II status 01 womea dead UCM to lades steal bek tearth Tie eerily last night o talked to mi Cpo n > jrbt rtb Not In words it was her fathom I less eyes that told In the pathetic i minor of tones liquid with tears I I the dim mystery of womanhood in faroff zones and fardistant cart I From the time of live they passed In silent review wearing the tram mels of superstition and slavery 1 fettered by the shacktls they were powerless to loose lining impotent I I I I hands But there came a break a ray of light illumines the darkness I BO revealed It is tbe light of a I perfect bythe most perfect the I 1world 1 evet knewthe glory of a I light that never shone in land I or sea Is over t...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

> G f THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 901J f F 11II II I l 1 = I f I II I VOLUME I PADUCAH KENTUCKY APRIL 7 I90J NUMBER 2 j I In The Dawn of Glad Easters Dancing Sunbeams REJOICING FLOWERS AND CHILDREN HAIL EASTER AS IT COMES TO WOO SPRING TO LIFE AND BRING LONG HOURS OF SUNSHINE I Golden Easter follows after gloomy Lent bringing with it bright Spring days long hours of sunshine j Flowers greet its coming and Church and home arc brilliant with their beauty fragrant with their perfume as we deck altar and hearthstone to give fitting welcome to its dawn Children rejoice when Easter morning breaks and rise to watch the Sun as it dances in the blue sKies Their voices give glad greeting to Easter o N Iro NI I 4 t 0

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

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Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

< r H I ae va THE SUNDAY CHATr PADUCAH KY APRIL 71901 Cedar Cliff t A STORY OF LONG AGO > srttt o rtfsIBy ADELAIDE D ROLLSTON The road between Barren Hill and the aid fnlllng mill was a lonely uninvit Ing one bat pretty Dorothy Nelson gave no thought to Its grewiome shadows 11 she walked lightly down it to meet her lover one soft spring evening more than fifty year ago On the contrary t the dark cedars and tall dripping gum InN with their gashed and redstained trunk teemed tinted with all the strange wild beauty of the sunset that atlll ngered on the bare yellow hill 1 blnd her and the wind that awept through the green Interlaced lean a whispered many a sweet mysterious ae ere In her ear All this In truth was only a pleasing fancy of hers horn of the great joy throbbing In her heart For aa I hire said the road was a lonely forbidding one and especially at this particular I boor when the gloom was lessened by I only a few broken nyiof the failfading i tunllght > But when a g...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

r i THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 71901 f I EASTER OFFERINGS EAFOECO1OMXCaALUTES FOR ECONOMICAL BUYERS I I ABOYS A I AND Un MENS CLOTHING HATS CAPS AND FURNISHINGS We are showing a big line of I IWe I suits in plain Greys small stripes Fancys and Blacks at the very small price of A line that knocks competition is our ALL WOOL Blue Ser es I I ScrgesBlue I Blue and Black Clays in Round or Square cut at If you want a Fancy Stnpc all I I I Wool Worsted Suit well made I and a rood filter we have it at I IWe I have a great varicy in I Vets ranging from 750 to 10 r but as our Urns and space are j I I I limited will call your attention to 1 i the swell line we have in all the New designs of patterns strictly I Tailor made both In long and j Hj j slims and regular cuts at prices I 11 I I216 Broadway I YMC A MENS MEETING j j Dr SpenT will give a confidential address to men In the Y M C AI I I Sixth and Broadway today at 330 If i i m Subject of lecture Male and Fe male or Significance of Se...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

r T < q f THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 901 I r i THE ONLOOKER Stories of clods hare long excited pnlllo curiosity and this one is a true tale A few evenings ago the guests assembled at a North Side home for n card party On the mantle was an old clock that bail not run for MT oral jean and had no pendulum Jut as the guests tat down to begin the game they were startled beKlnI I clock striking It began running and afterward truck several times more While the phenomenon can not be explained by the hostess she u not pentltloni and the card party was not disturbed by the fact dent except as to the curiosity ex cited Do JOB know said a prominent river man yesterday that Paducah l > the mOlt Important port from Cin cinnati to New Orleans It mar no t Pe generally known but It U a fact that mow boats land at Paducah than at moot any Inland city In the reentry In addition to the regular packet all the Tennessee and Cumberland river boats land here all the tie boats thirty or more I...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 1901 i c < 3 2 vjs8ir < i h The Mystery South Mountain I JtWritten ANSPACHERJ Written for The Sunday Chat oIl t f By F HARRY ANSPACHER IN foj r a P1 < i r IuI jr r 001104 Iron a1 taedtys 1a41 j On the same arternoonthat Will went Ij I over to the mountain our three wore thins Relume Kepler and Moore re turned from that place and went to an I old deserted barn situated near the red dente which It was their Intention to 1 enter and rob that night Are all our thing ready asked I Moore at the three 01 them were lounging around wilting Impatient for the nightfall Yea answered Kepler oar dark lanterns sandbags revolver yei all I here Now who U I going to stand gaud outside tonight I upPOthl thing cant be settled unless we draw lots lotsIt I and the one that Is taken mart do it i f without any question This was agreed to and the lot ell to Moore who tried to pat aa cheerful a face aa he could on the matter Then they talked over their plans until ...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

= THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7 19ot PlilIII It III 111 111111111 1111111 Ife III let II III I Cftre UccK in Society i I I FThe Dolnp of the Smart Set the Past Six Dart fo fo Pleasant Events and Personal Mention j j I o I A t I I I i iii iii iii i SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY MondayAfteruoon club meets with Mln Laura Sanders IE I Arcadia i S t Silo Annie May Yeller 4iertalnsj th jSant8ouc j Sant8ouc club entertained by t Muse Mary Cotbclt and JFloranca t Yelter ate Mn One rIOreDeer r l honor of Miss Mend Barrio of Clarks villaTUESDAYDelphio TUESDAY Dilphlo club meeting with Mrs W K Care Mrs Wheeler Campbell entertains at oneoclock luncheon In honor of Miss Virginia Reed Ladies day at Bowling Alley The Daughters of the American Revolution meeting with Mr W M 1 OowgllL Cotillion club dance at Palmer HouseWEDNESDAYbleedClarke WEDNESDAY Reed Clarke wed ding and reception Whist club entertained by Mrs Her man Wallentela Elks excursion the Island on Queen I THURSDAY Mrs Frank L lcottI I en...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 7 April 1901

F THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY APRIL 7I90r I I eaaeeeeeeaeaeeaeee 1 i THE WEEK IN SOCIETY i 1 eeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeContinued Oontlnned From Preceedlng Page on Wednesday evening a t Grace Kpis oopal church It I absorbing much of 1 publIc Interest It will occur at I oclock and there will beja reception at the Reed home afterward Mr and Mrs Herman Waltersteln will entertain the Whist club on Wed I 1 nesday evening hlandI I I The Elks excursion on the Island J Queen on Wednesday evening will attract a large crowd For this the Lends club hue given oat their in j tended dance for this week The Magazine club will meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Frank L Scott North Ninth street The Outlook Review of Reviews Harper and Forum will be discussed On Tuesday Mrs Wheeler Cmr bell at her charming new home on fountain avenue gives a one oclock 1 IfI If i 0 PAGE I Boys Vestee Suits and andI I the Manly estee8ult The former for ages 3 to 9 the latter I IThe I ages 6 to 12 Two excellent styles ma teria...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

S C Ir I I I VOLUME L PADUCAH KENTUCY MAY 5 J90J NUMBER 6 CITY PRIMARY I MUCH INTEREST IS BEING TAKEN IN THE APPROACHING Democratic Contest The Friends of Both I MuClaim 1halVIctory liTbein Spealingt Begin Tuesday Loral politic hat reached the seethe log joint In Democratic circle andca much money will change hand ai a malt of the city primary next Fri day The Yeiser men started oat to bet two to one on their candidate Lot f It li bard to get even beta Dada men claim that they can get no taken The friend of the candidate an working hard and some telling work will be done this week Speaking begin Tuesday night and will con tune oath Frtlay and lively tlmri are sntldpatilTbn areI I The rlty hall clique srma with few i exceptions to be for YeUer Including nearly all of the police both day and night foroea Oanilderablo money la np In that quarter about t300 baring tern bat In on day but week If hula la nomUated thu polloe will bu a lick lot Th nonthplroi of the Working inana Poittloaf L...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

It < y r r rNr < THE SUNDAE CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY Sjwi I j j Personals I Mrs I Splro of Now York rrled in the city 11 l night to visit beT 1 notner Mm Ansjwcher of Kortl C Sixth It II I Mauler Jasper Peal of Bandana III I C I the goat of isle ancle DatldTC Peal J rMLMeurL Messrs Jesse Row W lh Rabbi I and T W Stone left for Mayfielil I I creek thtt morning to spend thn Sab bath fishing They will return to 1 1 IIlgbtI V MIN Fannie Schmidt of Evans e Title will le l a guest of Mrs 11 B llerbst on Tennessee street daring 1 the carnival Mr Ed Furgerson returned to St Loose yesterday afternoon after n visit Ifto If to relatives here Mr Hugh Kelly went to Fulton I yesterday afternoon to Tlilt freDdLI I Prof If Clay Sliuth returned fromI I 1 Princeton yesterday t afternoon Mill With Holly of Hnntlngton Ala arrived in the city yesterday afternoon aid It the Rnest TOoterdI I I Virginia Lesh i Mr Albert Foster artlrnl in the city yesterday afternoon Mr George II Trice the wellI I known dr...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

r r y n iq ir y P YteeiP THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 5 1901I RE MEMBER 11 Not to forget our advertisements of the two past weeks regarding bur GREAT SCOOP SALE OF MENS SUITS WHICH INSURES A SAVING OF 33 I3 1 PER CENT TO EACH AND EVERY CUSTOMER I bf tl WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM Youll Enjoy Looking THE GREATEST GRANDEST DISPLAY Of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Ever Shown In one Store DISPLAYI I PRICES RANGE FROM 50c TO 3 REMEMBER WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR The MRNHATTAN SHIRTS ThtI I Two Piece Suits 50c to 5H Conibinalion Suits SI 1 to 300 See our Silk Underwear with Scrivens Elastic Seams at 500 a Suit THE LOWeST PRICES THE LARGEST LINE THE GREATEST VARIETY I OURS ARE RIGHT We Mean Our ift NEW tv STRAW HATS csmissG noTO eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee CONfEDERATE REUNION AT MEMPHIS a reee eeaeuaeee l Ai Memphis n very near to Iadu cab It mar 1m I llitl many enthuihwtto exOonfiNlerat are planning to bo on hud I it the big reunion there In May r It tt very probable too that the U ilted Daughter or Confederacy h...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

a r rr y y THE SUNDAY HATI PADUCAH KY MAY 51901 rTT A Ta T T A TT1 TI C A T TJ ONE WOMAN AND ONE nUN L 0 0 BY UNCLE HENRY 00j 1 am jnst from the little cemetery h out back of this place from the burial a of aa old chum and I feel 1 do n fl pressed prosotThen what you need Is a nip I I I bares bottle so lets try one Sot a drop thank you Two s weeks at the Uvltlde of a dying friend v amt frequent sertou thoughts about t life have left me with a new resolve 1 In mind I especially hope hereafter I to be an abstainer from liquor t Then pardon mo for tempting you 1 old lay i s i Tbe wonls I quota were part of a conversation I heard while passing by train through a section of Indiana At a small station three young men whom I recognized by their luggage I and talk were drummers came Into the coach and seated themselve l jail acroM tho car from me Each OHM was fall of life jolly to an Interesting extent and I unwittingly became In 1 terested In their conversation They hail been chatting at a...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

THE SUNDAY OAT PADUCAH ICY MAY s mf IC rrw 1 f of THE ONLOOKER I Several well r known drummers traveling ont of Paducah started aI I stampede In a passenger coach several l nights ago while coming from May Held where they had Inilallixl a I pot of the T P A There were suvcra Indium coming to join the liuckikln Bill Wild Weit Show aboard and about fifteen other passcn IueoI I tn had It all made np and shortly after Mayfield had teen left one remarked I will bet that fellow over there li I a dade Who It he any howl I dont know a pal remarked I bat will lt that he ii I a regular little Willie boi1 I I guess that fellow behind him 11 I hU valey continued tho original Beaker So he looks better than the dude himself and I believe the little slusy Is dad broke and doei not know where I he li I coins to deep tonight Dont rail him down like that just i lecause yon can lie has Men better ilayi yon can see even If his shoes are i I not shlned and his derby all stove In The dude by thin time ha...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

c c w GREAT CLEARING SALE I THE SUNDAY CHATt PADUCAH KY MAY 5 I90J I L fit CM vl + lvsRatiatr i IT tilE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY lecoarouuod 11 rto uueaer 4Idi two Uiss Ytuy W lloinm AMocUtt Editor 1 UHCHIPTION una SJ eirritr per r k 4 0 By Sall per year Ie I ad mte a e Orricaus PK dtrTBtlrHOIK p NO 38 t IltOltrt4 at tae pkfa at 140 ar e I tecoad elan I sitter 1 SUNDAY MAT II tOI J I = TUB CONTINUITY OP LIFE rTOE r Haw often In thli earthlife of oart I are we preplexed by teeing a itrong t useful penon cut off In hn prime leaving a work that is 1 eminently fit j ted to him and for which he has long I been training before he sees its frill lion Then again there li I the apI I I parent nnevenneM of lifes adJ1101I I menu confronting ni the round peg 1 1 in the square hole II It were The I i t man behind the counter who hat the I t longing of an artlit or the tout of a i aI I t poet bill whom item poverty forceI I I to a talk where the heart li nol and he who loves the scholars life I and...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

f t 5f 4 to v J A THE SUNDAY CHATt PADUCAH KY MAY 5 1901 OWENS CANYON FLOWERS From The Sky Pilots A Tale of the Foothills by Ralph Connor I Copyright IVOO by the Fleming It RoTell Co At first there were no canyons lilt only the broad open prairie One day the Vaster of the Prairie walk ing out over his great lawns where were only grasses asked the Prairie Where are your flowers And the Prairie said Muter I have no seeds Then he spoke to the birds and they carried seeds of every kind of Bower and strewed them far and wide and soon the Prairie bloomed with croeusee and roses and buffalo beans and the yellow crowfoot and the wild sunflowers and the ml llllrs all the summer long Then the Master came and was writ pleased but be missed the flowers he loved belt of all and he said to the Prairie Where an the clematis and the columbine and the sweet violets and windflowers and all the ferns and flowering shrubs And again he spoke to the birds and seam they carried all the seeds 1 and strewed...

Publication Title: Sunday Chat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

M < i V WfpS 0 I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 5 tXM RECEPTION COMMITTEES READY I All Along Line of Eig Trip McKinley Will Be Met by Lo Call I I I t Delegations r The abort snapshot shows how McKinley U riewod by the local com mittee every time the party reaches a itopping place L PASSING COMMENTI I I I I j I I What are tie B P O E doing about the weatehr Unless they hare arrangnl 1 to show 11 a goal hueI I I tat all the glory of Eihlbltlonttreet will be for naught 1 i There It I a warmth in the greeting of I Hay that It I a trifle orercominj We had not exacted her to bn really to I overpowering Perhai the It I anxious to mako amends for Aprllt rairariet I of blowing cold and hot and if to we will pardon her but respectfully urge that the not encroach on the rights rlghlof I I A certain style of hand ahaking I ranch in rogue at one time always did arouse our mild wonderment We are glad to hare Itt tendency explained by an exchange thus It may to a useful warning to those who ttl...

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