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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 March 1901

s i FATAL I WOUND Iraw Thursdays Dally Capt Hani man Robinson of Fulton Kjr who was shot at Fulton on I Thursday night February Hit by I Kit Smith the resUnnnt keeper died + lit 8 oclock this rooming In the Iii II p noli Central boipltal hero where be had been since the fateful night of f tlio tragody l Capt Koblnion hail born Improving slowly np to 11 oclock hit night I when he took a tarn for the worse anti a hemorrhage caused drath i about S oclockI I The facts In the tragedy are well known Smith was drunk iiucl had hat a fight with and been whipped by Kit Hodge In Sam Fords saloon s Enraged by bis difficulty he went to Knights hotel and securing a 4 5 rallbre plitol from behind the bur proceeded 1 as he says to look for t Hodge Jn crossing the Y Capt Robinson > was shot He stated hero at the boo pital soon after he was brought hero roas that ho did not know Smith was around and bad never bad any trouble with him Smith says he stumbled l and tbeplstot went off accident t The b...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 21 March 1901

< FATAL JISTAK E Two Fast Freight Trains oii thc v 1C Collide Friday Morn ing at Clay Switch Ky POPULAR ENGINEER DICKE KILLED Jhe Operator at Mayfield Let One Train Go A By Three Killed and Several Badly Injured In the Wreck r1 c MUCH DAMAGE = = = ENGINEER DICKE A HERO From Fridays Daily A terrible had eid collision occur i x red on the Illinoll Central between I T ail J oclock this morning at CIa Switch Graves county about S 7 mile below Padneah resulting In Ibe death of Engineer Joe Dicke of Ihe city Fireman E < 1 Hamlctt of Fulton and Fireman Ary Newman of New born and the serious Injury of En ginoer Joo Bomschcln Engineer W II Haselhouser of Oskosh Wls wbo wa with En gineer Dicke learning Ibo road 1 a nJ Brakeman Will Robinson of Padn rah of 182 Tno tocond cellosof Not1M omit bound in charge of Conductor Parker En gineer Bonuchcin Fireman Newman cnijlne Ml with IS cars and the first norlhjbouml bound IIcbarge of Con t doctor Flack Engineer Joo fiche 1 Fireman Hamlett engin...

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

t t The Paducab Sun r f WEEKLY EDITION I I VOLUME VII NO 13 PADUCAH KENTUCKY MARCH 28 I90J ONE DOLLAR A YEAR CUINI I CHINAREFUSES I I REFUSES I In an Edict Declines to Sign the Manchurian ManchurianTreaty Treaty CRUISER GOES TO MANILA Amtricr Abandons Show of Force in i r Attempting to Collect the Morocco Claim MRS NATION IS IN LEXINGTON s Pekln March 17Tho flaw for signing the Manchurian treaty with Haul eiplred at midnight The Chi ne government refined N lip It An edit oe that effect wa Issued tcs day WONT BOTHER SULTAN Washington March nThe gov t tenement baa abandoned the Idea ot Irving to collect the claim agalnit Motown br a display of f oroe and baa ordered lthO cruder New York to pro ceed ea to Manila MRS NATION CREATES CREATESCOMMOTION COMMOTION Lttlngton March 17Mn Nation arrived in the city today and will lee tare tonight Her arrival created a big commotion and eiolteed much en riotdsy WIFE AND CHILD BOTH KILLED IN A TENT NEAJt TKRRBLLB LANDING BY A FALLING TREE Uearge pa...

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

f 2 THE PAllU All WEEKLY SUN MARCH 2 8 1901 I r HIGHER RATES INSURANCE COMPANIES WILL I ADVANCE TUB FIRE HATE IT IS SAID Then is a ° possibility that the fire insurance rates for Kentucky and neighboring state may te advanced In account of the large number of fires during the past month says yet terdayt Louitvllle Time Mr W O Nelson the secretary of the Kentucky and Tennessee boardI I said that for the present the board would take no action If the large fires throughout this add neighboring state continued he said the board would take an advance of rate under consideration Mr Nelson laid thatla hla opinion the rates should be higher ai for the past three yean the fin losses In Ken rocky and Tennessee had been eo heavy that almost every company do ing business In these state had been a heavy loser loserPOOR POOR GERMANY AMERICANS CAPTURE CON THAOTS IN CALCUTTA IS HOLLAND AND IN THE DUTCH COLONIES Washington March 21h a report to the state department Consul UenI I end Onenther at Fran...

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 March 1901

J Tv TILE PADUCAH WEEKLY StfN MAHCH 28 1901 It t lip Fro the the J rein to and turn The It a new I We Have Even Surpassed Ourselves I SoundsStrange Strange AND IMPOSSIBLEBUT BUT BUTITS ITS TRue NEVERTHE THE THELESS I Tie Suspenders OR BASEBALL OUTFIT FREE With Every EveryBoys Sui = BLUSHINGWITH J WITH NEWNESS OurSuits are the Fresh Spring Products of the best makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy Suits for gentlemen who have grown weary of Winter things It will be Your Pleasure to Look Our Pleasure to SllOwI I VERY SWELL x INDEED Are the new mixtures in Cheviots for Spring wearthe new high button vest the Oxfords I and Serges unfinished Worsteds etc We I could keep up the list of Novelties until WeI i I wefilled I express it For the right article at the right price one must go to WEILLES If rightI find any prices below ours youll find the I quality below also 1 J NEW SWELL NOBBY IDEAS I 1WNNNNN1lNNNN i ft ft gaggallsgggaa 1 ft ft > J 1WNNNNN1lNNNNrll PADUCAH Natur...

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 March 1901

TbePaducah Sun AFTCHNOON AND WIIKLV IT TOE SUN PDOUSHINQ COMPANI UlCOirOSAVBD rnikH nsasa President and Editor K4 J risTOii Gtscrsl Miaif r SUBSCRIPTION IIIITla hind It the nortoao it radicik Kjn ll second class mItnJ TITS DAILT aCM ByeMTttrptr week > t t Br null JT monthIs sdrest 4 By rulk part Is drain 0JO THE WXKUY NUN Oil year by mill riUft Paid SAS Addrctt Tas Sun Btdtcth Xr DVFTC lt4BrOftdirlvTtsrBOirrolsl I THURSDAY MARCH 28 IDOl Some people never know when theyre well off Louisville fans an Illll clamoring for a baseball club Plerpont Morgan has now gobbled op Mark Hennas business Is no one exempt The general public has bad Its doubt for some time about Mrs Nation go ing to heaven but now that hes pone to editing a rupee they know she I + wontIi Ii Fifteen hundred and eighteen works I of fiction were limed by American publishers during the year 1900 Of that vast number of novels only about ten have Impressed themselves on the Brest reading public The colored editor of Mrs...

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 March 1901

I The Life of t JesUS of Nazareth I v CHAPTER I I IIIB BIRTH Now the birth of Jesus Clitlit wai tNow t wise When hit mother Mary had been betrothed to Joseph before they came together she was found with child of the Holy Ghost And Joseph her husband being a right I t coos man and not willing to make her a public example was minded to pusher away privily But when be thought on these things behold an v r angel of the Lord appeared auto him ins dream laying Joseph thou ion of David fear not to take onto tbee Mary thy wife fo that which If connived In her U of the Holy about And the hall bring forth a ton i and then ihalt call his name Jesus for It U he that shall care hit people from tojI u I to that It might be fulfilled which wa + paten by the Lord through the prophet saying sBehold the virgin shall be with child and shall bring forth a ton And they shall call hit name Imman uel uelhlcb which In being Interpreted Godwit h u And Joseph arose from bli sleep I and did M tuft angel of th...

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 March 1901

6 THE PADUCAH WEEKLY 8UNIfABClt28 1901 BIG SUITS InIIROADS I ATTACK FRAN CIIISE TAX I Frankfort Kj Match 23Four I leading railroads of tho state have filed stilts In the Franklin circuit court seeking to enjoin the state board of assessment and valuation from cer tifying their franchise valuation to I the counties through which they pat for local taxation The suits filed an bj the L and N the Southern In Kentucky tho JIll nois Central and the O and O Tho Cincinnati Southern will file a simi lar suit suitTho The petitions raise a new and bigger question than the one raised before the board as to taxation for local purposes and attacks the validity of the taxa tion of the franchises for any purpose whatever II the roads should win this contention In the courts the Iran chisel would not only bo exempt from tuition In the future but the state would be called upon to refund the tales paid by them on this account for the last two years amounting to 204000 for each year TRUST COMPANY i IAD...

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 March 1901

TOOKLYN ILL THE NAME OF THE TOWN TO V BE CHANGED I CHANGEDI I 11 I 11Somo Illitory of the Hustling Town Across the W1Its Many Business Enterprises Brooklyn March 21Brooklyn railroad oft and telegraph office and I I tthe esppreu office will be known u I i inch no more Pellonla 111 will 1 won be a thing of the put for after p the Ant of April this hulling little t town will be known aa s Brookport JIll I t acts It U along time coming ba t thes hen After the Ant of the month the name of the municipality will bo changed by the Tillage Iward It WM all brought about by the I 01 Railroad company Them baa always been a good deal of oonf nilon over the nameM much of the business I going to Brooklyn Bchuyler county or Brooklyn a suburb of East St t Louis or East Brooklyn near Chi cago Express menage telegrami I and all sorts of business gets mixed up frequently and the change will be I welcomed by the many representative railroad and tie men who spend much I + of the winter here There are tun...

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 March 1901

THECOURT COURTS From Tueola Daily Next week will be a week of court Federal court circuit court county court and fiscal court will be In aei ion FEDERAL COURT Judge Evans and his officer will a r tire Sunday and convene the United States court In regular spring term Court will probably last only a few days however dayshoweverThe The dockets are as follows UNITED STATES STATESDISTRICT DISTRICT COURT United States TS Lee Johnson in dictment Jam lamb TS Steamer Fred A Blanks claim on funds In court W G Cdye > Co TS steamer Fred A Blanks lameD D MoLaln > Co TS Steamer Fred A Blanks tame Danl Flnnle TS Ayer > Lord Tie company Cont in admiralty settle to be dismissed R 8 Council TS barge same R 8 Council TS Steamer City of Goloonda In admiralty settled to be dismissed E P Ollson > Co TS Steamer City of Golconda la admiralty Padnoah Coal and Mining Co TS Steamer City of Golconda same W n Holoomb TS Steamer City 01 Oolconda same J R Smith > Son TL Steamer City of Golconda sam...

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 April 1901

t Y la zf kP Tbe If aducab Sun WEEKLY EDITIONIi tVOLUME i VII j NO J4 PADUCAH = = ONE I KENTUCKY APRIL 4 1901 n ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I ST LOUIS CHICAGO I Democratic Candidates for Mayor II Win by Good Pluralities In the Two Cities CitiesT I CHICAGO COUNCIL SAVED Welk rhinlUy llBOOOCarter Harrison Elected ti 6Tfird Terse by 30000 t Republican Get Council j BRVAWtK DEFEATED IN ST LOUIS t M LuU April IRolla Wells Democrat carried 8t Louis by 8000 plurality and the entire Democratic ticket was elected wtlh him Oea W Tarker and Lee Meriwether were aeikXfcl This election U of more than local Igalfleance M William J Bryan In tit paper The Commoner ando Octf J P Altgeld of llllnoU from L < ke stump la this city ban fought i t the election ot Wells beoMio hew a t I Gold Democrat for two campaign They both Indorsed Merlwether toe I candidate for the publio ownership parry t 1PrtyTbe The old line Democrat are jubilant over their victory of yesterday and Bryan and Altgeld Utter opposition and e...

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 April 1901

2is TUB PADUCAII WEEKLY SUN APRIL 4 1901 is r aii ells i x I j1THITLOOK x is 4Y 9Ytf ep gpsragss + 4cl4 i4 OUR BOOK Its preface li a lullaby the end a funeral song Oh the blotched and ragged pages In the volume of a life i Oh those hot and weary ages Of the soul eternal strife i Oh the biasing crazing fever Of the reddest reddest blood Oh the raging aging fever Of the plangent ceaseless flood Oh the heaven and the hell The temporal nd supreme The waking and the tleeplng The end of every dream The bunting of all bubbles The passing of the mind That sweeps BI to the ftttite And leave the put behind What trenchant pens are deeds What rabid woes merits What mysteries and histories In the volnnwof a life ROBERT MONTFORTLUCKY TOE BOOK OP THE HOUR THE VISITS OF ELIZABETH This booklu exciting much com mon now otnly because IUv erj nnusnalness bet also for the fresh seas and sparkle about IL She Is a nest remarkable maiden I this nyear Id Elisabeth who start out oni a round of visits to her ...

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 April 1901

m Till PADUCAH WEEKLY HUN Arm f lWJ i a J EASTER IS o BUT DONE t oE OFF i PASSINGI I PASSINGCOMMENTS I s COMMENTS LN O I Is there any one that i not glad this Is the last day of March It Is possible to act w that every one It re I rf lived to be rM of yon and March has done this She has brought it all on herself 10 heartless as it sounds we S are overjoyed to ere her go It U to be hoped she will not come back sod April Fool us tomorrow She has been cranky cantankerous blustery and a virago generally Envious too for just ai soon as the merchant and milliner would display some love of a dress or hat in the window for s Aprils adorning it would start my Lady March afresh on one of her tan trums and we would all have to pay for It by biting the dost or shiver Ing and shaking If this has been a prophecy of the Twentieth century March It Is mov ed seconded and unanimously carried i that Mrs Nation be ordered to turn her entire attention to ridding as of this national evIL What a meet t I ...

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 April 1901

THE PADUCAH WEEKLY BUN APRIL 4 r 101 TbcPaducab Sun asvsaaOON aws WICNIT BT THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY I mCOtfOUTED mikH ruua rreddesi sod Editor IM J rAiTon Genet Master uaacnirrioN nests Rimed it ix miuact > i r > dmh XT > i detail Bitter TUB DAILY SUN ley eater per wrtk Jlt By Will tT IHMthlB 1 SdTIBCt t ft7M tlP n rirtaft aa WO THE WKEUT SUN DM rot by mill poetess paid IM Address Tn New ndink Kr Dtnn sic BroAdwir I T t cwBKo jjl f THURSDAY APRIL 4 1901 I Mrs Nations hatchet must bo get I ting a little rusty I I When the Paducah News and the I I Louisville Pot began calling each other inch bad names It remind one I of the pot calling the kettle black Venezuela has decided she will not II go to war with the Untied States 1 Magnanimous neighbor Uncle Sam I may now relapse Into grateful relief For the past two ycras the question I bad been how to get Aguinaldo owI I 111 It how to get rid of him Thus again I Is the old saying about pursuit and riosaesslon exemplified The man...

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 April 1901

i C Vf e THE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APRIL 4 1901 Ii t PADUCAH wmmmmmmm 1 Ir1fYl1YYYY Yt From Mondays Dally The police authorities are pass el I over the mad caN of Mrs Louis I Al lenburgShe She 0 wlf of the scoundrel who drew 1700 of her money from tank stole her diamond ear rings and left I a 1Iho city Saturday eight a week ago Stone then the has done nothing bat grieve She sits listlessly near I 16 1the front of the shoe shop on South I 16Second opposite the market house day and night and never sleep She can ba lOOn at all times sitting I Immovable with her shawl wrapped about her head and seldom speaks to any one I Her sort of people are very clannish and she II In no danger of suffering for food for herself or two small chll dren but It Is feared she cannot long bear up under the terrible strain of constant vigilance Marshal Collins has beard nothing from her missing husband It Is fear ed hit perfidy baA unbalanced her mind The revenue districts formerly COT Imind I by Deputy Collec...

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 April 1901

Is 6 THE PADUCAH WEEKLY BUN APRIL 4o 1901 I the Little White hearse I I BY UNCLE HENRY I J I Into each life lama rain must fall Some days mild be dark and dreary The little white hearse stood lit the gate of a homo over tho way a few days ago In the pretty home back In the yard to which the gate was a portal then was a little body told In eternal sloop and aching hearts The Idol of that home was dead Soon after tho arrival of the little white hearse there were services In that home back In the yard services of tone and word of sympathy and of hopeand then tender hands lifted up that little body cold In sleep and en cased In a little white coffin and car ried It from the house and placed It I use within the white hearse while those with aching hearts and teardlmmed I eyes stood near Then the little white hoarse followed by a number of car riages wherein were those who loved I tho little cold body and those who sympathized with them begun to more off down the street The desti nation w...

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 April 1901

+ < Rv TPB PADUCAH WEEKLY suIt APH1L 4 1901 7 J 1 r i TilE ONLOOKER A motorman occatlonay goo np against It Yesterday a halfcrown boy boarded a oar full of pnwengera and dropped In a achool chlldrcni check I Sonny laid the motorman In a al loud voice yonro too old You cant ride on that Youll have to drop In ft nlckle Tile boy blushed in conf ailon but a i 4 happy thought truck him aimnia back my check then he demanded and Ill put In ft nickle It was the motormana time to get rattled He was stumped and the pauenen were laughing it him Well he finally said yet can ride on It thla time but dont yon nr try It again a a ohainganRaat On the chalngang at present la one s of the most demoralizedlooking Indl vldoala to be found In adayi journey and If report are true one of the 1Q0t tewaxablh 1 Ie Dutch eel I bjt a typical hobo whole present plight malted from A disastrous con flict with booze Batch U ft I l pretty good sort tint like many others he persists In hit quixotic booze fight la...

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 April 1901

g TilE PADUCAQ WKKKL SUN APJll 4 IJOl I Dead Shots to Compete With French Cra < ks1 alartimen in all countries are eagerly awaiting the result of the big International revolver shooting content now going on and which will close May I All the crack revolver shots oft I IKattmeD I 0 8 Richmond It B Williams Alex Stern and Albert A Cohen ore competing for the heavy gold modal blfel by a Frenchman OoImDe ReDeUe The ofI I part of he contest u being held In New York The wlDullll targets will be sent acrow to Paris aDd compared with I the targets of French shots who ore DOW engaged ID a similes contest RAILROAD NOTES THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL LEASES GROUND TO THE HOSPITAL Asocial ooSupt Dill tenetHew Time CardOther Notes of the Rail The Illinois Central railroad boo leased to the Hospital Association for e 9 years the site upon which the rail road hospital now stands It U virtu ally a gift The hospital boo always been maintained separate and apart from the railroad and could not own or lease...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

77 V The Paducah Sun WEEKLY EDITION I VOLUME VIj NO 15 a l PADUCAH KENTUCKY APRIL JI 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR TRIALBEGINS I J BEGINS S The Jury la the Garnet fliplcy Case All Democrats But One Accepted 0 COMMONWEALTHS SIDE Paducah Delegates Honored at the Knights cf Honor Grand lodgeBit Suit filed TELEGRAPHIC HEWS Of THE STATE f Frankfort April 10 Twelve men all of whom are Democrats will try Captain Oarnttt Rlpley for his life Despite the fact that they are Demo Ovals they were alt accepted by both sidesAfter JJ After the selection of the jury At torney Ben Williams staled tho case for the commonwealth He said the conspiracy to ranker GoebM 1 originated In W B Taylor ofJee and that Taylor and lllpley worked to bring about the murder He said this would U > fully proven by the common gealth PADUOAHANS HONORED Louisville April IOTh Grand Lodge Knights of Honor yesterday afternoon elected W O Freeman of Louisville grand dictator John U Robinson of Paducah assistant grand dictator and ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

THE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APJllv 11 1901 EASTER OFFERINGS FOE ECONOMICAL BUYERS r n I IBOYS I AND CAPS AND MIENS FURNISHINGS n CLOTHING We arc showing a big line of Mens 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 Serges Blue and Black Clays in Round or Square cut at If you want a Fancy Stripe all Wool Worsted Suit well mad and a good fitter we have it at I We have a great variety in ices ranging from 750 to 10 but as our time and space are I limited will call your attention to the swell line we have in all the I New designs of patterns strictly Tailor made both in long and I slims ana regular cuts at prices X498 698 FROM 875 1200 TO 1650 I lOOK fOR THE UNION LABEL 0HTHES ESUITS I II I I I HO OLD STOCK EVERYTHING nEW I 21G Dr D w adways I IT IS MOST I HOSTENCOURAGING ENCOURAGING I I I THE CARNIVAL WORK IS GRADU ALLY SHAPING ITSELF INTO Definite Results Big Excursions Premised List Night the Elks Ins...

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