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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

Rtt THE RIVER PIRATES Many Thefts of Ropo and Cross Ties Reported by Steam boaters An Effort to be Made to Stop ItRiver Still Falling Slowly But Business Good i LATE NEWS FROM THE RIVERS f The river pirates are getting In their good work on the river at present and several coils of fine rope ban been stolen from the several different boat line Captain II Baker of the Ayer and Lord Tie Co report that he has lost within the pall several days two roll s of fine rope both marked with purple strands and easily Identified One call of check line rained at 1 80 was stolen and also 800 feet of 1 34 Inc h 1 line rained at fSo There hare been other thefts from the company but of minor Importance Barrett Brad hare loll several fine coils of rope off 1 their boat and every effort li being put forth to catch the pirates and land them behind the ban Captain Baker II confident that he knows one man Entity of part cf the thefts and will report the same to the police for In reitlgatlon He baa located...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

f THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE I I FIND THE TRAVELER WHO IS ABOUT TO BE HELD UP THAT ADD1I10N Ht t Will Probably be Sometime Before Ijit Is Begun Itin I That ate lo Recent AMitleni Will Hue the Oil CeneMcraUM I t lIel 1 It will probably U soave little time 1 before work Is begun en the mtdltld to the government building here The I 111 has virtually psued and will II probable teoiue a law next till t the citle that are to retelve addition will claim attention before them that are to receive new buildings In Ibo course of a few week the supervising I architect will send a draughtsman I todowu to report on the most plausible method of making the improvement within the amount appropriated It is I likely fall that work will begin here h II I ARRESTED IN INDIANA I CHARLES ST CLA1R WILL DEs BROUGHT HACK FOR TRIAL 1 TIUALI I s tllarlee St Clair one of the mn arrested bn for running a game dur ing the Elks carnival was caught Saturday ol btD Indianapolis and Captain Henry Bailey left Sunday morni...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

l The Paducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO IXCOllPOHATEO run y Franca President sal Editor EDWIH J Pixroif General Manat sr SUBSCRIPTION RATES C Enured U tie ponufflM It Paducah Kr as second elasa matter T1IE DAILY SUN I By carrier per we k I 101 By mall per month ID 040 40 By malt per year la frlriDM UG THE WEEKLY SUN Oat year by 1D1IIPoo1oCt poloLII00 Awe THE SOS raducaa Ky Ornca tat South Third I TBLsrBona No M I The SUN can be found for I i sale at the following places R D Clements 1 Co Van Culln Broi I I N NNw Palmer Houu NNN CoI I 1 WEDNESDAY MAY 28 1903 DAILY THOUGHT Directness It a cardinal virtue of the man who incoeeds He does not go over it thing or around It but to It ana through II Success The city memo to be potting up c pretty big vault to hare 10 little to pot in II ThoM who make the point that the cow should be allowed to mn at large j became It U a benefit to the poor peo le might aivance the aame kind of an argument In regard to the hog Neith ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

e The Paducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY I BY TIlE SUN PUBLISHING coI I IllSCOHPOIUTED I run U Planes President ma Editor I EDWIJ J rixTO General Uuwr SUBSCRIPTION RATES GalereJ at the pottoffle Paducah Ky u second cUs mIr TUB DAILY sUNa By curler per weekA 10 1 By malt per month ID advance to Bf mall per year la dues 410 TIlE WEEKLY SUN k OM year by msllpo tin 141100 Address THE SUN Paducah Ky Orrici Hi south Third I TtLzraoxs No W I NNN N4N 0NNNw The SUN can be found for I I I I sale at the following places R D Clements Co Van Cull Bros I I I JR House CoI I NerN ONNN e NN i 11 I I i WEDNESDAY MAY 281902 j I DAILY THOUGHT I Directness It a cardinal virtue of I the man who succeeds lie does not go over a thing or around It but to It and through it Success I The city gems to be putting np a pretty big vault to hare 10 little to put in it Those who make the point that the cow should be allowed to run at large because 111 Is a benefit to the poor peo le might advance the tame kind of an ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

a NOBLE WORK Convention of Charities and Correc ts lions at Detroit Nearly Two Thousand Delegates are In At lendince Buiinesi Session Tomorrow Detroit Mich May aNearly 1000 men and womendrawn together by their common Interest in the alle viation of the sufferings of the poor the mono of children from vicious t surroundings the reformation of criminals and the uplifting of the submerged merged are in Detroit today to attend the twentyninth annual meeting of the National Conference of Charities I and Correction The visitors come from all parts of the United States from Canada and from Mexico and j Include among their number bal ness and professional men trustees awl superintendents of asylums and correctional Institutions city and state official matrons of police sta tions and representative club women In the number and representative character of the delegaUa the confer anon Is I the most notable ever held In I America and probably In the world The conference formally opens this even...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

NOBLE WORK Convention of Charities and Correc tions at Detroit Nearly Two Thousand Delegates are In At tendinceBuiineii Stilton Tomorrow Detroit Mich May 18NarI1 1000 1 men and women drawn together by their common Interest In the alle J viation of the sufferings of the poor the rescue of children from vicious surroundings the reformation of criminals and the uplifting of the sub merged are In Detroit today to attend the twentyninth annual meeting of the National Conference of Charities and Correction The visitors come from all parts of the United States from Canada and from Mexico and I Include among their number best ness and professional men trustees and superintendent of asylums and correctional Institutions city and state officials matrons of police sta lions and representative club women In the number and representative A character of the delegates the confer ence Is the most notable ever held In America and probably In the world The conference formally opens this evening with ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

41 NATIVE MEDICINE in ANHAM I The 11 Ie Made Vp eaa Immense Number at 1041 lac It Complex Formulae According to a writer In the Archives de Medicine Navalc no native of An aam Is allowed to practice medicine or surgery unless he has studied under a recognized master for at least ten years but notwithstanding this pro longed curriculum the results meas ured by western standards are aim ply deplorable It Is not that the Mon < golold medical students are accused of abnormal Idleness or of excessive stupidity for on the contrary they dare according to their lights by no means devoid of Intelligence From mranf earliest days however they become I imbued with the grossest superstition i complicated by a Arm belief in ass I trologry and naturally It is next to Impossible for genuine knowledge 10I I attain to any useful dimensions InI I the raldit of such exuberant needs asays 1 uThe I made up of an Immense number of exceedingly complex formulae and be fore the simplest of the medicaments...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

r ANSWERS BY PRECOCIOUS PUPILS bore 110 rare Ibellw a Garber t Irpl uU One of the greatest things that Col umbus discovered was that he bail not the faintest Idea that he bid < IU > covered America WuhlnKtou laid to the soldiers at iiValley Forge that they that an whole need not a physician The Chesapeake attacked the Shan non and drove her up the Shenandoah Valley then the Shannon stacked the Chcspeake and the far ended In a battleAt At the tattle of New Orleans three of the British officers were killed one of them mortally Tbe Romans left the Britons low spirited and crestfallea iI The Parthenon was used as a pow der magazine during the Trojan war The outline of Greece li very rug ged surrounding all the country or nearly alt The Persians hurried across the Met lespont burning It behind them A great many of our authors were born there Howtborne Thoreau ant the battle of Concord Dickens married but not success fully The chief elements of English are Angl and Saxon The three t...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 28 May 1902

leie ABOUT LYNCHINGS i tern Senator Wants an Im partial Investigation Made He Cites the Recent Fiendish lynching of a Negro in Teiat Kaniat Senator e Protests THE RESOLUTION WENT OVER Washington May 21Tbo subject 01 lynching bas kern brought up tu congress by Senator Gatllnger of New Hampsnlro who offered a resolution providing that the judiciary commit 1 tee of the senate should make an In I vestigation Into the subject ot lyhch lugs In the United States with a view j of ascertaining whether there li any remedy for them j Mr Oalllnger Mid hx Introduced 1 the resolution In fall view cf the fact that he might be charged with preci pirating a sectional controversy lot i nothing was further from hit thoughts Ho 1h1I Ijuchlngs were tint coanu i rd to tfce South Hfrfhl cws hail occurred North amt white 1 In the men as well at blAck bail LIIII t trio victims II Throughout the country lutruo inter est was manifested In lie n jtcI1 He thought It Imperative that the Ju diciary committee shou...

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

l f The PaducabSun Weekly Edition 08VOL IX NO 21 PADUCAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1902 1 A YEAR I THE BILL PASSED lodge Philippine Measure Goes Through the Senate Yestcrdajj f s All Amendments Wer Rejected by tin Ha i jorUyTh Vote was 48 I la 30 CANAL BILL TAKEN UP TODAY Washington June 4 Shortly after S oclock yesterday afternoon the ten ale paneil the Lodge Philippine gov gov government ernment bill by a vote of 48 to 80 Three Republican Uesirs Hoar of Massachusetts Mason of Illinois and Wellington of Maryland voted again the measure and one Democrat Mr a7 McLaurln of South Carolina voted I 4for It All amendments offered by the minority were rejected The debate on the mVasur has been In progress seven weeks and two days Just at the clone of the dlicnisloa yes terday a sharp exchange occuired be tween Mr Deltilch of Nebraska and I Mr Patterson of Colorado In th e court of which the former reflected I caustically noon the Colorado senator lie was railed to order Lie remarks I were ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 4 June 1902

MORE SAFE iBLOWINI Two Stores In Southern Ill Burglar bcd Yesterday Morning A Sate Blown In Samoth but the Bug tars Were Promptly Frightened Away ORGANIZED GANG EVIDENTLY AT WORK There seem to bean organized gaD of aafe blowers and burglar In South ern Illlnoli and Southwestern Eta lucky and two more raids were mad yesterday morning early one at Bamoth and the other at New Colors bla III a few mile acrou the river The thieves broke Into the tore of Nutty and Brown who own establish menu at both places which are 1101 I far apart and In the one at Samot I blew one door of the aafe but wer lightened away before they could I reach the money Inside the cilia doorThey teem to hare secured a qnantit of goods but how much could not be learned ai the proprietor did 1101 know Marshal Crow received a telephon message yesterday morning early from Mr Nutty uklng for bloodhonndibn mi there are none here he wai disap pointed At the New Columbia itor nothing except goods wai taken It ii believed th...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 4 June 1902

1 t THE SUNS UZZLE PICTURE AUNT HANNAH HAS GONE FOR FIREWOOD WHERE IS SHE wowutraesw + q i Observations at Random li e > 1 o ess sea aeM POne IblOtJ I IOne of the mutt peculiar things I credited to the Creator It the doctor 1credited 1 Some of them want 1l0010rl some do not Some will give a re porter nothing if he publishes the name of the alienting pbyiieiin l and some will give a reporter nothing on less be dOlL A few will give a UOi i porter nothing under any elrcani dents This U all dae to the amount of ethics the doctor bat abMibtd I Horn doctors will never gin a report I er any information about anyone Wing 111 They claim that a lick tty hurt a town It makes no difference to them how much the people may can to know who U 111 and how IhoM I who are ill are gelling along The i I town most be protected One doctor doclorlwho I who li nothing If not original pro poned that thoM doctors who permit 1 their names printed it connection with accident also hare them lint In at attendi...

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

The Paducab Sun t AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY TilE SUN PUBLISHING CO 1INCOIUORATED run N FJlRlS rred1 and tIllOr EDwi 1 PASTos OesersissuLttt SUBSCRIPTION RATES lEuereo1 al the potomro at Paducah Kr ae seeosd elw metteJ TOE DAILY SCN t B7 carrier pOT week i 10 Pr MAIL per month Is advasce b j By mat per year I4enck mUO TIlE WEEKLY SUN I I 0 rear by MalLpotap poI LIOO Address TilE SUN Paducah Ky f Oncs 1111011111 Third I Tsrseaosa No Asa Neeee eeeee iThe i SUN can be found for r tale at the followIng plates R D Clements k Co 1Vln Cutin Brol 1 CoI I j IR I House WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 IDO > DAILY THOUGHT A man must possess real merit If he Intimate associates thoroughly spent bun Only genuine coin caD endure the test of constant handling THE WEATHER I Fair tonight and Thursday MUNICIPAL man HIGHWAY WAY ROBBERY The lad council report shows that the recent city tax levy will raise 01 the assessment of Paducah 165434 t taxes which will be to maintain the city government from June 1 thi time the...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 4 June 1902

t I ELABORATE WEDDING A FRENCHMAN MARRIES A BELLE OF DETROIT I Detroit Mich Juno 4 Elaborate was the wedding of Miss Martha Palms and the Count Laurent dc Champeanx of Paris last evening In the bishops chapel on Washington avenue The ceremony WM witnessed t by members of the family and very In timate friends onlr bat mote than 60C invitations were issued for the rooep lion held it the homo of the brides parents after the wedding ceremony The bride WM attended by her litter Miss Violet Palms while the Count Louis de Obampeanx was best man Count aDd Oountesssde Champeani will make their future home In Part IrENSIONfOR I GEN GOMEZ INOMINATION I NOMINATION OF MINISTER QUESADA HELD UP BY CU M HAN SENATE Havana Jane 4Tb house of rep I reientatlres has voted to give General Uaslmo Gomes a pension of < l0 < X per year The senate confirmed the vote of the house fixing the salary of mem trs of congress at 13600 anuuatly President Palmas nomination of Senor Queuula at Cuban minister tc W...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 4 June 1902

i l ILEVYS I I I f fl LILJ l r t j a 100000Worth Worth of ST LOUIS TAILOR MADE MADEPANTS PANTS 50c andl 127 South Second ji K + KKK IKar + rKK + + t + KK + kK + kttIKrtrrrtrIris + I If you have anything to dojn the way ofj i Y Tin Sheet Iron or Galvanized Iron Work i + JJ Telephone to i CHRIS MILLER V He will call and give you prices that are reasonable I jr Repair work a speciality B KZ2LTEIHPHONK J 74 ° I iSHOP i Cor SIXTH and TRIMBLE STREETS II ItII IItt + uriKr + rPH a h lIti L = r WE S MAKE THEM WHAT TRUNKS TRAVELING BAGS GRIPS ETC The Best and MOlt Complete Line In the Market We Make Them Especial for Our Retail Trade and Can Giv < You All Sizes ilices and Styles fo tt repair your old trunk milil I MV special style or use gjlllfactivn guar ord I FII NISaAN The Trunk lIJ1hcturcr 1 203 Bway I a A u New Richmond Mouse Bar INew I jfme j Free Lunch Dai I v 830TO 11 A MI The Best Wines Whiskey Tobacco and r Cigars inthe city IJThe IJ R E DRENNAN PROPRIETOR h I I 11I l 1 ICALDWELL...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 4 June 1902

w DO IT NOW Have that old fashioned unsani tary plumbing replaced by new r and uptodate open plumbing It t will repay you In the Increase of I health and the saving on doctors I bills We do overhauling and re Citing thoroughly Let us give I ou an estimate on replacing all I that old plumbing with uptodate I work that will keep out sewer gas I ED D HANNON a I 132 South Fourth Street IMPORTANT Have the McCracken County Abstract and Title Co to examine the title to your property 4 Office inK South Fourth SL Paducah Ky LircnW Nagger J Till DICKSON I METHOD 210 Los win = 4taeMpllsha taoe a reek the tte hard MEMORY I woeklg W will l MoatGladtooe Red Ike trot 84 art of MssorT to a I I amen All w1dueNeg tired Kook eqndII II mete 100 to Menlo ter at 0111cper I 14b llr17 141e r vU16 s 01 careytot4 41U = r14 tat Mtbod 111p1 Jarred l41idl I lrUM by mall taI CfrllU4 LWMI Mtt I ct rail a44 to Itel IM tppltttt11 b4 pu ul to THC DICKON sCHOOLOr MEMORY vse THE AUDITORIUM CHICAGO CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 4 June 1902

WAS MUCH RIM Bloodshed Results In Chicago From the Teamsters Strike The Police Were Stoned by > Mob and Re I taliated by Clubbing Many People THE POLICE PREPARED FOR TROUBLE C Chicago June 3Riot and blood shed marked the prcgreiaot the teams j ters strike yesterday There were numerous fights between the police symiathlrs I era eraThe moat serious trouble of the day t occurred In Crosby street In the dis J trict which Is known In police circlet < as Little Hell A detachment of I police under the command of Lieut Oolllna was escorting a number of wagons loaded with meat to tie III I trlbutlng stations down town A large + crowd follow Ot the wapiti shouting 1awl 1 cheering and now nod Hen scud log attend over the becds of the old 9 den In the direction cf the men on the S moat wagons The line of wagons ea fcort r ty tie police was frequently topped by other teamster who would manage to pall acmes the stunt Jest at the roper dads to prct tit to f moat wagons from mallcg spy piu gr...

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