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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 5 May 1901

ijri 7ifcit t 1 THE SUNDAtcHATS PADUCAH KY MAY 51901 a t1 i THE DAILY STORY r = t THE STORY OF THE STORY nv M t w CUNKLIY < Cip > rlaM IM br Dally Story rub Co W are you going my cull dttnt It wu the admiring mother of Paul Rochambeau who addrewed her stalwart ion u be was learlnc the Y tidy flower garden ID I root of hit borne paddle In bud and making to ward tie river lie wa < accompanied y IT a small brunette at perhap eight wn dark of hair dark of eye dark of ejelaihc gratlngafrom behind which prisoned love looked and a akin ea riched by a faint olive tint To the land of blenlnga and bliss eL ma petite mere replied 11 1 jo iwelr a > be closed tie gate On tbe shore lay an upturned birch bark canoe of two fathom an I Into IhU tbe young friends embarked Paul had just graduated from a i Montreal college and bad returned to bli home at Portage du Kort tar up eke Ottawa river to Idle a few month before beglnlng life seriously life I companion Louis La Rue waa from Bore far...

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. — 5 May 1901

t I a rl fEliliiilre 4 J THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY4 MAY 5 I90J w u O THE LITERARY OUTLOOK 7III5 TWENTIETH CENTURY CRIB R Step right up ladles and gents Into my Intellect shop Buy at the slightest expense llargalu la culture Tray stop Come heres theology canned Any religion you choose I Veep a stock ol each brandse Mention the kind that you use Smith acton tsbleti the best Put ap la I sets new and old Buy They survive every test Mike your blood run warm or cold L linkers Poetical Plums Metrical sweet never court Heres to the first one that comet soTry Newspaper mixture to suit New things In lIowIII kinds Now is the time to recruit Mrbldness here for all minds Star brand of history pills Safe chronologically pure Decades of dates each instill Try em just once < hey are lure Listen this speech I rehearse By taking a powder to atp You can talk mild or perverse Try my prescription for wit Books did you sayr Dear me lie They are log since out of date Come cents step up dont he slow Br...

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. — 5 May 1901

I 1 s + f e v r JJIA THE SUNDAY CHATf PADUCAH VyMAY > t901ate < yeegr a t v r I Cbe Week in Society i The Doings of the Smut Set the Put Sis Days rt > t Pleasant Events and Personal Mention f d fo f le J a54 1I I AN EPITAPH Here UN a poor woman who always wubusy She lived under pressnr that rendered 1her d dizzy 8he belonged to ten ulna and read t eightV i V Show at luncheons and teas and would rote If she might She served on a school board with courage and zeal Sat golfed and the kodaked 1 and rode on a wheel She read Tolitol and Ib en knew ml crobei by name Approred of Delsarte and loved to hoot game Her children went In for the top edu cation Iisr husband went award for nor vows foot ration One day on her tablet she found an hour free s I The hock wee 10 great that the died tnitantly Pick Me Up She is I aot young the li not lair Her churns are matters of tradition i Her teeth her color and her hair 1 slew dad with grate suspicion She It a model of propriety Selfconstitut...

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. — 5 May 1901

LiY t r 1 ML I T r L r 1 rr < u < M j THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 5r 1901 N l f j POAGES 25 PER CENT e DISCOUNT SALE A Owing to having bought heavily for this Springs business and notwithstanding our business has been I in excess of the previous season yet owing to the cold and backward season we have on hand a great many I Y more goods than we feel justified in carrying and we will commencing Saturday May 4th give free an8un eI restricted pick and choice of all Mens Boys and Childrens Suits at a discount of 25 Per Cent Nothing I reserved All Blues and Blacks included in this Sale < dC i oe dC oe 2500 Suits Cut To 1875 2250 Suits Cut To 1688 2000 Suits Cut To 1500 1800 Suits Cut To 1350 I W K POAGEt i Reliable and One Price Cash Clothier 317 Broadway 1 N B REMEMBER this Sale is for Seven Days Only commencing Saturday May 4th and endingI I Saturday May Hat 1 i JO oclock P M THE UNIONS NEW ORGANIZATIONS TALKED F IN PADUCAH Cirptitere Cntertiin Minitrtl Performance I 1 in t...

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. — 12 May 1901

VOLUME L u LPADUCAH KENTOCY MAY li 1901NUMBER NUMBER 7 q OUR GREATEST CARNIVAL The Purple Meek Begins TomorrowSomethIng of the Elks Big Fair and the Men Who Have Made It THE BEGINNING One of the moat elaborate and It I I to be born ueceuful carnhaU eve r j gin i In Kentucky begin la Padneah tomorrow It will be the grit oral Tal nor given la Bonfcwett Kentucky oa neb a broad expenlre plan and it ii the credit of the Elk who mad e all the arrangement and to the till 1 mem of PsJucah and other who hare ben to generous la aid aad uggri done that eTerythlng point to the 1 mat gratifying aoceia It will be the moit magnificent entertainment ever essaynl In I Padacah and will at tract to the city thonaandl of rlilton The same attnctloni will be here that bare been witnrawd at all the big car hall la the lirgnt cltlea and Both log baa ban pared to make It aome thing writ worth Melng The matter wa lint brought op by the Elks oa January I7lh and Mrun k Charles Wrllle and L A Lagomani no were a...

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. — 12 May 1901

au61 l r KV MAT 12 t90y y PADUCAH THE SUNDAY CHATI 1DIIJU 1 nFIIVFHY Personals I U lira L B Nail and daughter Mia I Flora will arrive tn she city today to Tliit Hn D L Van Clio her daughUr daring the cunlnl MrJUenry Nona ku returned from I a trip through Hliaola Mi Robert Rlren who b l rndylng medicine In I LouliTille suited la the I etty yeattrday afuraoon to attend the oa nral eelebratloni Mr J 0 Wick of Wichita Kan U In the city on bulacw He U a prominent ranitcal dealer la hU ctlr and U i here with the view of looking orer the market for goals Mew Fred Illppl and L W Pratt of MadlronTllle K1will at tit e in the city today to prod rUDI Tat work with Mr W A Dub and wife wifeUrn J HJf Iturnett has returned i from a visit to WlckliSe accompanied i I Mm Pearl Perkins who II rliltlng I by Fifth itrcct I her at her home on North J Sibs Jeanette Shankllne of Hop klniTllte well ante Tuesday HOPI I Mines Nan CroMland and Ella Bur nett of Ma Held on Monday to visit Mill Sophie Burnett vill...

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. — 12 May 1901

T IIII I MAKE I I Our STORE YOURHeadquarters THE GREATEST GRANDEST DISPLAY Of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Ever Shown In one Store at one Time PRICES RANGE FROM 50c TO 3 REMEMBER WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR The MANHATTAN SHIRTS I Two Piece Sails 50c to 85f Combination Suils SI 1 to S30a I See our Silk Underwear with Scrivens Elastic Seams at 500 a Suit THe LoweST PRICES k THE LARGEST LINE THE GREATEST VARIETY f l ITilE I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY J2 J90J WELCOME rAll l the Fads in Straw Dats For Men Boys and Children Ours are RightMade by Right Makers Dont Fail to See Displays in Our CARNIVAL Windows e Mid CARNIVAL Pleasures ForgetThat That by Making your PURC ASS OUR STORE You Save All the Expenses of Your Trip I i REMEMBER 1 Not to forget our advertisements of the two past weeks regarding our I GREAT SCOOP SALE OF MENS SUITS WHICH INSURES A SAVING OF 331 1 = 3 PER CENT TO EACH AND EVERY CUSTOMER WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM Youll Enjoy Looking THINUNDERWEAR UNDERWEAR What a relief to change the hea...

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. — 12 May 1901

0 II 1 1II f ir 1 CHAT PADUCAH KY MAT 11 l t901 l THE SUNDAY onAU MIS Si MM POEM CAUSES SURPRISE P Washing Society Greatly Asto ilahd at L teiary Ability 01 f Dvghter of Secretary of StlIThe Rise of i Dawn Voted a Classic t i Smtary of Slate hat sprang tato W I of the MIll Htltn hay danghter The Rloe of Dews Tae renew of her tarot by the Iblltioa poem erary merit Soclty II gnarly aDd shown great 1IIlb swing bare a deebint nnrittd It t the lttenry wwrra of Min fly LABOR t NOTES I 0 t w jt The liwi union mtn > sea very > Jubilant < werih twut vUlury 01co the carpenters bticklajm over tht nonunion I In The cirpntercoatractor h1 1 not n fa union nun empoJoQ and when this was iontul oat thleoJickliyeri n who were alt union men refund u tojWOtk untii the conjwor put alt union workmen This lie refused > to do and the bricklayers went out v bnj a strike The carpenter cone jr tractor had contracted to do the work in a specified time and could I i fooT complete his part of the wor...

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. — 12 May 1901

n > W THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 17 J90f IS HANNAHS S DAUGHTER ENGAGED t to 11 Ohio Statesman Strangely Silent on Subject of Daughters Al I J tI > f rleged Match A Washington Lawyer HerIt Supposed Suitor I I IE1f I I Ron are current In Vaahlngton that the formal engagement of Mill i Waahlngton lawyer will shortly be announced r Bath henna and a rialng young 1 1 The name of the young legal lljbt li not dlacloeod Senator Hum maintain II stolid alienee on the subject 0 t Gospel Preaching Versus VersusPulpit Pulpit Sensationalism i st By Rr J C add J Jfo V III la eotnewhat amusing to pick up the Saturday evening or Sunday morn ft Ign lasso of one of our metropolitan dalllce and glanoa over the lilt of tub Sect to be dlaeuaewl In the pulpit at the Banday eervloce r It seems eometlmre that minl tern are Tying with nth other In the r lection of sensational thIDI I The following are tome of the meal t amulng ample selected from dalllea poblUhed In dlHtreot pull of the country Boil...

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. — 12 May 1901

8T THE SUN PUBLISHING COHPANT i OaCOBrOaATaO 13 ruto Miaictr aid KJIlot Yeas aesa w Mono AiK > cl n KUW UCOION aaTt An1IIIopl u I obyI1 10 Oat raw by carrier a ro Omca 114 Broadway I Taltraona K SS Balcrrd at the pottofficc at rdal ICr emd cia allwi = SUNDAY MAT II 1901 0 THE CARNIVAL Carnival week is with us The city is in gala attire and every one on the qul vive for it That it will I I be a grand success is beyond ques quao lion of a doubt The members of the committee have done some j most excellent work In all lines They have been tireless and reo sourccful pleasaut and energetic I I in all their work and are deservirg I of the greatest of success i I In every particular the fair will be all that has been promised forfo I J j foit I ing and instructive The displays 1 of the local merchants will be a j revelation The past few days i have been busy ones with them d the preparations amounting to noa small task It only remains now for theiss citizens in general to make the fes 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. — 12 May 1901

1F Fr ti THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH ICY MAY J2 JWJ t I ENERGETIC OFFICERS OE THE ELKS I The Carnival Gives Every Project of IThe I Being Most Successful Dr C E White sides Exalter Ruler J McNulty Past Exalted Ruler To These Gentlemen is rue Much I of the Credit for It IF J Berpdoli Hast Exalted Ruler and Grand Lodge R prescntatlve A W Greif Esteemed Lec turing Knight Joe Blum Manager riP hibits I Richard Rudy Treasurer I 03 ° rs r M T IT I r W Balra 4v Trustee Will H Farley Esteemed Leading Knight E C Gleaves Trustee Harry ILOY31 I I Loyal Knight N I Rode > C D < is 1 Ch plain Dr J V Voris Inner Guard I I R A Gilbert Esquire L A Lagomarsino Director General t tf DirectorI I I Alva C Atkins Secretary I L

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. — 12 May 1901

4 THE SUNDAY CHATi PADUCAH KV MAY 12 iy0t I a < 1 4T8E ONLOOKER A well known gentleman whose profession la one that ought toper fetnally Inure him from tnt getting fOfeealon went to s card party the other night and played ttrlctlyto Uln lit played M well thai t he inr trlsed himself ft actually winning the Jtb file llalOtiOD was eogrca nrt hU IIlonl men 10 complete that t tOO dratghttj4 bexme Tattled and i When he and home went awav t without hU tat HU friends decided io let him go tin order to ascertain I how long It I would take him to dig cover his blander and he bad gotten quite a distance before he realised that he WM rnlnui a hat lie returned I In confusion and a hurry and his friends bare since had no end of fun I out of hIm One serious accident has IadI I occurred from the reckleu manner in which men and boys ride bicycles on Broadway and other are certain to a Isnt done to re Happen If something strain riders to isate speed In the I ilmiineii part of town The bicycle I j...

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. — 12 May 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 12 JWf IKliLtr wEEtiflEa vAV BE ttBuEV Elaborate Kc ° rJ of Ro c dn 1 c < ae J ranscontirs ta fip to t K + to t Mike TourHls to t fc Ptesidema Utterances arc Being CarduJ y Rorlet I i bvUcvftd plat the real rraiioii lur inn prow I tne uig coq4 of newspaper man alma I pedal I l to I Utt the President > friends contemplate taming a syinposlonl of the proceedings d the tour utter h < > retires Into prkae life I BT this cane the eitraordlnsry trip will be handed down t > history P see > + serMd f0oiwlrlJ I IN THE CHURCHES f Fauco rcalae61 i M e Tber will be the nuil serflf at the h < iil tlan church niuir Setco4st JIroou street Smldsy school k i a V K m V I Km I SoperlaKb ns 1ntoliinc at ll I l a in add i4 i n m Itrv 1 II t > Smith cf HcpklurilV will Israeli both mcrDlUff slitus eg All air conlally inrltrd Pint Cmnhrland Pitsbrterlan thatch J r KeM Pastor Snnrtai school at 30 a in Innlnr Ktnlraroi atsrin V P ft O II HI 1 ik to n llb...

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. — 12 May 1901

I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KV MAY d 1901 I Two Are Companya + I And Three a Crowd a i s BY UNCLE HENRY + 7a4 Y4 p 9 r1PaVP94n the words I bowlcameloutter Just how I came cant say unless It wIpao 1 01 tbr of the weghv enforced by thought tongue 00 my mind 1erhapa I should declare I only voiced a thought which and of cuter over would In spite o me oter or rather through and through my brtln There were three of tti In the crowdJobn WIllUuii Mathew Elli bad Mr Williams son tnd myself called aa he had been frequency doing without an engagement Mr Ellison one In ball in hour liter aa wit hit habit just to say a lew words and remain the evening through The coming of there gentlemen 1 may admit vii agreeable and I hid given the frequency of their visits proper medita lion To be tinker f I regarded them as suitors and rivals ml Jim n honrttly 1 itlll admit I hid i preference I hope in these statements But I 1 im plain why digress My only purpose li toI j I Cipliln and ipologiie in this way fo...

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. — 12 May 1901

F j ll from forl Is tht dire toallne runes of It Ir of lollla d ITloli IJn ntmeky tarT lroTIl oat Ullou of I taken np br e rcnd edltlon a an 1I0unai ok at a now the story le I tar DoUolt 1 e er r t > a Dew npeel bent at work b lart of the 110 I the born tel et Rich Fortunately It not tb4 en d lint report e PIUJ1O8 of i t h I Do ma 1 verol shake I 1 lIorlal IalrI J o JalWlaL editors and a ate ° frbo Three news f and DOItnn cal I sett IIrKOIl with others IIlnuatth tmter of die t Ilion W Ma t tout Mat lot triblll toi i true kloll or wllhoat a at a tai ao e goal JIIIO to I to have i Ole Rhymes lIeeJlADd of t Ito ton of h 00 China sec outbreak Influences of 1 I I Lot the Y I that these II from those the OccldeolI 10 EDIIlllld lUll 11Iar stay al Care lore of a Ir I 10 oonwpood sea and one suing neral lbs mldt of swhich 10 1 ban caaso his boat with ry one r1t a thing tan kill IU 1111 not thor of An Letter baa a A tulateh to anther of are Letters e ulbonbll 0 lOot tb sow la I per blahn d...

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. — 12 May 1901

I C T t 1 t L TIm SUNDAY CHAT a PADUCAH KY MAY 1901 vn1l T KAPPEAED1 ATTEMPTED i W ATTEMPTEDTO URDfR i HENRY MULDRON SHOT SALLIE BAYNHAM AND KILLS HIMSELF i Negro Tragedy Start the Inhibiting Near Eighth and Harris Streets > w Lilt Night w Henry Ualdron colored better known u Heavy shot bit mlttrcu killed him and then Sally Baynara an Kt list I nlllb about 13 oclock in a yard near the corner of Harris and The killing wu the Eighth streets lovers quarrel mult ofja drunken Uoldroa had been drinking and had met the woman at Seventh and Tri m1 I andhad accompanied Her ble street nuI home Nothing dednlteoonU bt > araedof the following event but It U sup posed that they had a quarrel and had the shooting wu left the bona ai done In the yard Martin teeth the womaai cousin lays that Ualdron came over jhii and demanded home a abort distance away manded of him to come over and bU little the foss According to story when he opened the door ho wu I met by Ualdron who had a plitot In his ha...

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. — 19 May 1901

1 SS VOLUME I PADUCAH KENTUCY MAY 19 1901 NUMBER CARNIVAL CLOSES Last Night There Was Another Large CrowdA Social and Financial SuccessI I The Elks carnival Is now over e Last nlgbtmarkeil llI close and It was a IUOMII both financially and social ly By morning the Midway attrac tions will all have left the city and there will be nothing remaining of the itreet fair bnt the Ethlblt street which will be taken away Monday by 10 oclock oclockTbe Tbe Midway attractions will be loaded Into cart and taken to Owens boro at 7 oclock this moaning on a t ipeclal train of fourteen coaches over the Illinois Central President Gas kell of the Carnival eompanr pro nounces the carnival a great woos and Is I well pleated with the treatment accorded him and hit many Ant class attractions and hopes to be In Pitdn cab again nest year Lait night the attendance wai very Urge and the best of order was main tained The ipoclal police 1 torte wai larger than usual and after the elate of the carnival when the ...

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. — 19 May 1901

i i t I 1 I j t e i I II r t t I j i i 1 I I t L 1 i I i < 11 0 11 wo I I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 19 1901 PASSING COMMENT Many have commented on the slendld run of weather enjoyed bj thes Elki during their festivities Taking It all and all it was neatly Ideal and the few clouds that aroie on the horizon towardi the lad did not din tub affaln materially I Venous hn been the inppotltlons u to the why and wherefores of the favoritism shown by the clerk of the weather bnt no one teems to haTe solved It satisfactorily Now there li quite a romantic tale underlying It that the pobllo has not yet chanced upon III Ii laid that the irresistible treainrer of the Elks was commissioned to coo hit pen a site eloquence on the weather clerkp and to bribe him If need for good weather mutt be had at any catt Well It ti now asserted that the Man In the Moon li I A woman ana a very pretty one at that 10 no one will be surprised to learn that the clerk of the weather li I feminine too especial...

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. — 19 May 1901

0 OIOI l f fTIm SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH Yw MAY 19 1901 I IN 9N THE 9IfINlNNICrNi CHURCHES N 4etlfN9NEhf < s At the First Christian church southeast corner of Seventh and Jeffer t IOn street the congregation will wor ship at 1046 L IlL and 7i45 p m Subject of the morning Mrmon The Vernacular of the New Testament Evening inbjoct The Man of Tester day the Man of Today and the Man of Tomorrow Sunday ichool at I 1 950 L IlL FL Scott superintend eut Mrs U O Overbey superb tendent of the junior school Y P K 0 E at 645 p m e I At the Broadway Methodist chnrch the prior i Rev O W Briggi will preach at 11 L m on The Democrat lo Christ and at 7i45 p m on The Parting of the Ways Sunday school at 930 L m iharp Service at Grace Episcopal church I Broadway aid Ninth streets Rev B E f Cee1 rector at 1050 L m and 743pm Subject of morning ser mon Chrlifi Ascension Into Heav en of evening sermon Mans Ai censlon 8nml y school at 9 L m Wm Rradshaw Jr superintendent r ts t r < ervloe Wednesday at 715 p...

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. — 19 May 1901

caw THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KV MAY 19 1901 i k SHE HELPED HEP HUSBAND Mh It 1 t rN 1lIe Drummed l p the MajimonuL iq artmcL 01 uurse I helped him > a d the b I lit little wile of the minis ter In the I at ail course of con versation Do you suppose tint If 1 had ever been a millstone about his neck he would be In charge of a fine parlh in a big ctf like De + f troll and with to or three open r Ings for a change whenever he I cares to make one > I should think not Ninety percent of the married women want to help their husbands but tbey fuss and fume and court ner ous prostration In their efforts but the poor things are just beat lug their wings against the cage What was your plan mydear asked one of the Interested listen ers Business Thats the whole explanation in a word I kept up my social obligations but I didnt push them I helped the needy but it was through the established agencies of the church 1 was a good fellow as the men say but never weighted myself down with the idea ...

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