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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

c KENTUCKY IcENTUeLcYPRAISES Ir PRAISES Some of the recent cures made by this famous blood I I I purifier and tonic among your neighbors and friends I I All that ire say of our remedy is substantiated by the testimony of thousands in every section and state of the I union S S S lias won its way to success by honest straightforward methods For fifty years it has steadfastly pursued i this course and is today firmly established in the confidence of the people and recognized everywhere as the standard remedy for all blood and skin troubles and the greatest tonic on the market There is nothing mysterious or magical about S S S It is a simple vegetable compound possessing purifying and i tonic properties that no other medicine does It cures all manner of blood and skin diseases and builds up your general health Read what the people of your own state say of S S S MALARIA IN HIS SYSTEM FOR YEARS LOUISVILLE Kv March 26 1901 GENTLKMrN Tor several years I suffered with Chills and Fever caused...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

1 STOCKINGS DECORATED lirUaB Attics l > vott Illi Waists to Iwtlgal e llo lrr A Parisian decorator of ladles stockings has 10 far forgotten profes sional discretion aa to tell tales out of his studio The artist designs hos iery chiefly for fair fastidious and ex travagant beauties of the world which amuses Itself These tidies will only wear stockings the patterns of which an unique nod they retain the copy right of the designs It Is I even more Indiscreet of the ar tIt to reveal that for one of his cus tomers he has made delicate hose em broidered with a Cupid climbing up the lace Insertions and for another a pair on which was eiqultltely worked a serpent having two pearls for lu eyes Other art lockings are decorated I with perfect Imitations of flowers em broidered in colon lilies of the val s ley violets and lilac being favorite blooms Most of the ladle select a particular flower which they order to be worked on all their hosiery It appears how ever that generally speaking the ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

Y4 BOARD BISHOPS BISHOP WALUEN TO PHESID OVER KENTUCKY CON FERENCE I j Chattanooga May 7The board of Irbishops I of the M E church In lei it ion here appointed I the following I committee to lelect and compile the t common brumal for all Methodic l Episcopal churches Bishop Godsel HOT Fowler Rev 0 M Colbnn I ROT n J Cooke ROT 0 F Miller I Rev W A Qnalll Rev O W Smith Her O M Stewart ReT II I O Jackson laymen M V Slmpso and 0 T Winchester i e The following committee was ap I i pointed to act in conjunction with a like commltee from the M E Chore loath to prepare a common catechism And order of worships Bishops Mer till and Joyce lien J W Jennings M V KelleyS O Royal laymen A W Harris and Frank Brown The plan of Episcopal visitation fer 1903 was then assigned The Ken tuck conference of whlh the Mech anlcsburg M E Church Paducah II a part meets in Louisville September 1 45 Bishop Walden will preside DISTRIBUTING MILLIONS AMONG TUB NATIONAL DANK IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY Washingto...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

The Paducab sun Weekly > Edition > = VOL IX NO 18 PADUCAII KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 14 1902 1 IYEAR TWO THOUSAND DIE I Terrible Devastation on the Isle of St Vincent From Volcano fine Estates en the Island Absolutely RUIned by the Allies and Lava These j JEW BODIES NOT INCINERATED Fort Do Fiance Island of Martin Ique MIT H Dnilneu here Is east Tended Toe people of the city have assembled in the churches and the cathedral where special services are being held for IboSt Pierre dad have been thronged since daylight The United States government tug A Potomac leaves ben loulsht for the I Island of EL Vincent when condi lions are retorted to be worse La goufrlcn on St Vincent was In full eruption May 10 a stream of stone ad mud half a mile wide was Inn log from the volcano Stories two Inches in diameter fell twelv miles I away At Kingstown the eI > mllllj I the liUnd the ashes were two inches I deep Seven hundred dead win re ported Sunday May II It Is sail mated that the the total ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

OUR INSURANCE MEN The First ofthe Kentucky Delegation to Arrive This Evening The Seventh Annual Meeting Will be Held it 1 Pthi n HillBanquet Tomorrow MANY PROMINENT MEN COMING This evening the first delegates to the seventh annual meeting of the Underwriters Association of Ken lucky will arrive In Paducah The sessions will be held In the Pythian hall beginning tomorrow and to morrow evening a banquet will be served them at Elks ball Among the prominent men expect ed will be George D Markham president of the National Association St Louis Colonel W a Nelson secretary of the Kentucky and Ten nessee Association Lonittlllei W N Sweeney Owensboro Henry Dun can president of the Kentucky Asso elation Lontstllle Thomas E Gal lagher Cincinnati T O Timber lake E I Tachaa John D Young F G Snyder Young E Allison C B Rogers and LvB Munson all of Louisville The program Is as follows MORNING SESSION Meeting called to order at 10 L m by president I Address of welcome Mayor D A TellerResponse Respons...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

r s a r z o I h THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE f I I I HEAR A DOG BARKING FIND HIM THE RIVER NEWS r Observation taken at i a la Rlnr 98 on the Rauge a fall of a 7 In last 3 4 boars Wind southwest a light lreew Weather clear and warmer Temperature 11 Pell Observer ° Tilt STAGES y Cairo 104 06 fall Chattanooga 4002 fall s Cincinnati 194 itsnd Eransrlll 11101 fall Florence 1401 raIL 1 1 JohnsonTllle 6002 flII I Loalsrllle 0 10 1 fall Sit Carmel 1110 fall Kaihtllle 730 A fall PilUbnrg 43 IOtlw Darts Island Dam 6151 rlsi o 81 Louts 11401 rUe Paducah 9807 fall Captain Douglas Jones of the I N Hook brought in his boat today I The John B Hopkins was In from I Eransrllle today with a good trip I The Fannie Wallace is undergoing extensive repairs on the dry docks I i here docj honThe o The Charleston Ian this evening far Tennessee river and Is I Setting a food trip The Cowling brought np another large trip of carnival passengers bringing over two hundred I The Inverness will strife out of Tennessee ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

z The Paducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY TIlE SUN PUBLISHING CO KIXOOIJPOIUTED run M nation President ud Editor EDWIN J PAXTON General Uacagar SUBSCRIPTION RATES f Enured at the poatofflee at Paducah Ky as second class matter TIlE DAILY SUN By carrier per week 1 10 I By mall per month la advance r I By mall per year lo advance 4BO I THE WEEKLY SUIT Die year by nail postage paldIOO Address THE SUN Paducah Ky Ores lit south Third I TaoN W The SUN can be NNN found for 1 tale at the following places R D Clements Ca VinCulln Broi 1 eN4000 Palmer House NeeNeNN 1 WEDNESDAY MAY 14 1809 DAILY THOUGHT Every man loses unless his life U square THE WEATHER I Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs day f daySENATOR SENATOR FORAKERS SPEECH Senator Forakeri speech In con gress on the Philippine question was one of the mod able ever beard there Ile showed clearly that the policy of the administration was Indorsed by 1 Jritg1 tlie Democrat and the Democratic ItlI I J Press until In their desperation they I ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

s a i 1 THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE J FIND THE CADDY i J f THE RIVER NEWS I Obwrtatlous taken at 7 a m River VS oa the gauge a fall of 06 in last 94 hours Wind northeast a light I hearse Weather part cloudy and I cooler Temperature 69 Pell Observer I t I The Inverness will leave tomorrow I for Tennessee dear for ties t The Joe Fowler was the Etanit 111 I I jacket today and had a large crowd I The Clyde U receiving a good crowd this afternoon for Tennessee liter riverThere There It little doing In rlter circles today and everything la I quiet at the 0 hart The Avalon Is I receiving freight to hate Cincinnati for Memphis Tuesday morningTowboatmen Towboatmen now in the South are complaining of the attacks of swarms I of mosquitoes I The John K Speed alter hating a I great deal of trouble getting over I I I Casey vllle bar arrived Isle yesterday OIlerla11afrnoon afternoonThe The Bultorff came down today j I with a large crowd from Clarkivllle aid way landings and left at noon for Nashville ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

i is s TRUSTS AND LABOR OR THE POOR AND MIDDLE i MANS BENEFIT THE TRADING STAMPS There has been ranch Interest manl fested by certain business men and firms concerning the trading stamp question There are a few business concern In Paducah which nave been more fortunate financially than some others and with their money prestige and the Influence of the press which Is always on the side of the trusts they seek to drive out anythlngand everything that Is likely to give the other fellow chance to have apull as It wire with the buying public i The truth of It Is they tee In the trading stamp a combination of weaker merchants financially that Is likely to eclipse In many feasts these ball and bat marble and other catch penny schemes end thereby low some I of these customers or cause them RII j some of ttilr buxtnrn dictator sty Ssome S to enter tl trjvliug stamp cum i 1 lilnatlon in I t rli > r tn keep epic with the tide uf iraii i The > H UIHM iliiv tntor AlIve thus the merchants w...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

METHODS OF TRADE IN ABYSSINIA ComMcre Carried ain a very IrlM Itlr a1 The market for the goldproducing region ct Abyssinia li I at Nedjo Gold washer bring the metal In dust and nuggets from all corners of the coun try Pressed Into largo qullli closed with a morsel cf wood The holders are ao transparent that the precious powder bas easily visible aa though It were a tube of glass The washer Milt the product to a broker who works It Into circles of pure gold of about the thickness of a heavy anger ring These circles an not closed to that the buyer u may twist them before weighing thus assuring himself upon finding them malleable that no copper baa been mInd with the pure metal The brok ers alt bent over In lone Dire with their small scales 1 In their band A kind of cotton goods manufactured In the United States which li called aboudjedld and bean the nark of a camel serves In country Metro is of AbyialoU aa money being used for clothing tents and many other pur pose A piece of thla ma...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 14 May 1902

THE BARBER LAW The Stale Board of Examiners Meets Saturday Will Mike laws Which Will Become Effective live July ttU The board of examiners appointed by Governor Beckbam under the act to regulate the practice of bartering In Kentucky will meet Saturday to formulate plans for carrying Into effect the law which become oper II ative July I The board con slats of John Schmelzer aDd George lUntentraih of Lonlsvllle and Wil liam Brown of Covlngton Good results are expected from the met not only In she matter of jeenr tnfr the higher education of barbers bat to Insure better sanitary conditions In barber shops and to prevent the spreading ot tIi i The sanitary feature pf the not 1 the on < which tunas lutcrteln the pot Ha Tin liv v the board swll have power to a01 1 rcKsottaolif tales x111 l rci ulalloon vriscrlMni the KRIII rr rqulrvin na of a barber shop nhjtct to the Approval ot t lie state boat I of health They shall hone Ionic U tai i have mire printed In suitable form and to triiii...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

I a t The Paducab Sun Weekly Edition r VOL IX NO 19 PADUCAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 21 1902 r 1 A YEAR WILL REORGANIZE Paducah Street Railway and Light t Compans Latest Move A Ont Million Dollar Bond Issue Authorized In the New Articles of Incorporation Filtd Today MANY NEW IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE t I This afternoon articles of Incorpora I i tion of the Paducah City Hallway I 1IlwarI1foro The capital stock of the company Is 1 I ss 1300000 divided into 0000 hare s I of ISO per share and tae following ar o I Ibo stockholders and the shares they hold W L lIre of Cleveland 0 1000 shares A L Itlch and i Charles Maltby of Cincinnati the former holding 1060 and the latter I tOO shares and Clarence Dallam of Lonlivllle SOO share I The company will begin business on I the J7th day of May and will elect a board ota director on the first I meeting day after business has been boeaI I begun and the following oftlcers President vice president secretary I 1 treasurer superintendent and general mana...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

Y t g I FOR SEMINARY IOLLEOTION I TAKEN UP IN THE I OAIHOLIO CHURCHES YES TERDAY In the various Catholic churches In tilt diocese a special collection wes f taken up yesterday for reopening tic 1 Catholic seminary I The Very Rev Louis 0 Belgian I says of this occasion Preston Park Theological Semin sty It the contlntutlou of St Thomas c Sjmlnary cstatllthed In the diocese r of Louisville 91 years ago and trans tetrad to Lonltvllle In the year 1869 I II Will temporarily closed a few years 0 tto It ii one of the most venerable f i and celebrated Seminaries In the conn e try From It vent forth In the cen I tury gone by and ever since the year I 1818 a galaxy ot eminent churchmen I priests and theologians who hare 0 shed luster on the church In the Unit ed States and who han filled many Met trained many ecclesiastics and traversed with apostollo real many I minions The blitory of our diocesan seminary Ii largely Interwoven with the beginning of the church In this 10 DOW vast republloI I...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

rTHE r THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE I I WHERE IS I THE GOAT HERD THE RIVER NEWS TUG STAGES CAIro 15606 fall Chattanooga 4 602 fall CluclnnatI 1ItlI1 fall Kvansvllle 8101 fall Florence 2D01 fall L c Johntonville 4 1102 Ml Louisville raining Ml Carmel 1042 rail Naihvllle 6fIIO fell Pittsbura 6608 fall Davis Island Bam J 0 04 fall St Lout 11701 rise PIncah 1taltI I Observation taken < t 7 a in hirer I 78 oo the gauze a fall of 0 4 In lilt I 19 hours Wind southeast a light breeze Weather part cloudy and I warmer Temperature JS i Pen Observer i The Wash Honihell li laid np at I C i I The Sunshine passed np yesterday 1lerdI11tqr I t The Kenton Is I due from the mines with a tow of coal I I The Lyd cleared for Tennessee j river yesterday for ties The AR Woo III I river from Cincinnati today to remove snags and wrecks rewoI I The J8 Finley pasted up IS oclock yesterday afternoon with a big tow of empties Ibe It 10111I I evening from Nashville and Irs at noon for Olarksvllle OlorknllllI I The ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

I h The Paducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO t < ISOORIORATEU run M mill President and Editor Emma J PlXTOfl Central Maaatr SUBSCRIPTION RATES Enured it tie rortofflM st Paducah Kr + s > Mcotid class matter THE DAILY aONI A 10 B r earner per week I Bj mill per moms la idiuc to I rmolL per year In I advasoo iM TilE WEEKLY SUN 1THE I Our br moiL Postage paid 1100 Address THE SUN Paducah Kj OITICE 111 South Third I I TEUF OIH No 1M j The SUN can be found for 1 sale at the following places R D dementi 4 CI Van Culla gross IR I House cI I 1 WEDNESDAY MAY 21 nolo I DAILY THOUGHT The talent of success Ii nothing more than doing what yon can do weUI I and doing well whatever you do without a thought of fame fameLongfellow LonifellowI I THE WEATHER I Fair tonight and Thursday It seems that we are getting a little of that Mount Pelee business I ourselves This Ia I pretty hot in terruption for May e The Hopktnivllle New Era always bright and nptodateoame ont yester i...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

fe + l e I I I n A TEXAS TWISTER Nearly one Hundred People Killed In a Cyclone Yesterday i A large Gap Cut In the Town of Go lied Near OllillNo Time for Escape OVER tint HUNDRED ARE WOUNDED Dallas Tex May lDA special to the New from Called Tea says Ninety arc dJover a hundred are wounded woundedIn In addition there It 1 a gaping wound in the town the path of one of the most destructive tornadoes ever known c 1 In Texas TexasTb The tornado truck this place about 3 46 oclockfyeeterday afternoon last log only about five minute leaving death and disaster everywhere In Its wake It came from the southeast without a warning completely demol Ishing a strip about two block wide I throughout the whole western put ol longt Among the many house demolished f are the Baptist church and parsonage just built the Methodist church and a colored church It It 1 Impossible to estimate the number of bourn destroyed built II thought the number will reach 100 I Damage done cannot bo approximated bat it to ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

1 STEEL BONDS 1 VOTE TO RATIFY THE ACTION OF DIRECTORS ON ISSOOOO 000 ISSUED a New York May 19 Stockholder of the United States Steel corporation met today at the offices of the compa ny in lloboken and ratified the plan of the disclose for the issue I of 150000 000 bonds According to the plans heretofore made public the principal of the new bonds will be payable In sixty yean and redeemable at the pleasure of the corporation the ex piration of ten years and will bear 8 pr cent Interest The Issue Ii to be offered to preferrei stockholders at par parable tJOOCO000 In preferred stock and t30000000 In cab FRATERNITY BRETHREN USE BLOODHOUNDS MASONS AND ODD FELLOWS RUN DOWN ItARRV SMALL CHARGED WITH MURDER Knoxville Tenn May 10A posse comi weri of Masonic and Old I Fellow brothers of Moses Holler the drums r stein In the rcountnlns cf Monroe county hare rundown Barry Small oliarr td with the crime and landed him In jail at laiil cniillc lie was treed iu Laurel county near the North Carol...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

NISl l TRIANGULAR TENNIS TOURNAMENT Wllllamstown Man May IV The crack tennl players l of Wesleyan I Williams and Amherst met here today and began play for the trlcollcglate championship Judging from the aus picious manner In which the play began gan the tournament will be one of the I molt successful athletlo events that bal been pulled off among New Log lam colleges for a long time It li expected to conclude the tournament tomorroW tomorrowA A SEVERE GOLD GOLDFOR FOR Timer MONTHS The following letter from A J Nushanm of Ilatvsvllle lot tells IK own story 1 offered for three month with a severe colt A ding gilt prepared me tome medicine and a physician prescribed for me yet I did not Improve I thru tried Foleyi Honey and Tar and eight done cured me Refuse substitutes J a OILBEBT e MISSOURI MEDICS MEET tit Joseph MovMay IIIDetoeD BOO and 800 physicians and largeoni are ben for the annual meeting of the Missouri Slate Medical Society which will be In session here during the next two d...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 May 1902

MANY MET DEATH About 200 Men and Boys Die In I I Fraterville Miner r A Territit Gas Explosion Caused the Cllas j Uophe ThVBodieS are Easily Reached and the Mine Not Afire I 1 SENES AT THE MQUTH OF MINE I I Coal Creek Tenn May 20The worst disaster In the history of Ten i nessee mining occurred yesterday when between ITfi suit 223 men ea d 11boy 11 boys met Instant death at the Frater vtlle coal mine located two miles west of to woas a result of a gas ei loslcn Oat of the large number of men and boys developments show that only one Is I alive and he Is I so badly Injured that be cannot live This man was I I William Morgan an aged Englishman I who wasa roadman In the mine and was Miitn oat of the entrance by the j I force of the explosion OM hundred and seventyfi iiin ers were checked In for work by the I 1 mine boss In addition to thus < were i wfteI I I boys who acted as helpers drivers I road men ant I otaers to the auibr of perhaps 60 ombrI I I Fratorville mine Is the oldest min...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

p I The Paducab Sun Weekly Ediflool T t VOL IX NO 20PADUCAII KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 28 1902 f 1 A YEAR n n h RIVERS AND HARBORS I An Agreement Reached by the Con ference Committee of Congress About Five Million of the Senate RaM Hal t Been Clipped off by the Committee I II I THE MOST IMPORTANT CHANGES Washington May 28Tli ecu frets of the two hontei of congress on the rivers and harbors bill tciteriliy reached a final agreement on that bill is Of the 19000000 approprlttlon ad ded by the senate only about IWXV 000 was retained the provisions call y log for the remaining 15000000 being dlaagreed to br the home conferees Ai the bill will ba reported It makes a to tal appropriation of about M 000000 i In direct appropriation and for work authorized The Important lenate amendments which were relalntd Include the fol lowing Month of Oleanen river Ixmlilana I7SOOO Galveston Tee channel 100000 cash and 1200000 contract appropriation instead of 1100000 and 100000 respectively ai originally m...

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