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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 July 1906

l < WKD EsDA 1lt1Ly18r SHE PATHJCAH EVENING GUNreeuaa J + tpm o i FRIDAY MORNING THIS SALE STARTS i > This Is genoral windop of all luuimer goods and includes related prices on all oilier Soils Skill and Stlrt Waists that ire good In the fall and winter ieuotn You will find the sale that earls Friday July at and claws S tunUy Jnly 29 lo be one that mean money to every one who cn Mlcnd It We do not consider the COlt of summer goods during tale sale We only know hat the money we realize on these goods no mutter how hue It I more fr reaching than li a lot of + old style goods la nnr cases next season This la OUI last sale and tIrvWCd like to ee the face of every lady In or near Pa ucah visit ui durIng this isle 1 317 Broadway 317 Broadway i IExclusive I RcadytoWcar Store I 4TOC lI UJVJiS t For Dr Pcndley ring 416 C L Brunson Cu have move their flower More to G20 Broadwa John Dunn alias Sweeney u aon of Mrs Ullzn Sweeney who was yci lordny afternoon sentenced to three years In the...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 July 1906

lfl1T1Y1 1 Ju 4 1 Ant 9a r c1 JIdp orY rf i I o5r 1N11t1 11 ilfl1T1Y1 fd jr I n rt Ii ViI CARE FOR YOUR DOLLARS Money carefully nurtured will develop nnd expand Its growth to1 urge proportions rmlya matter oj time This bank was organized far the put pose of caring for savings You can open an account for one dollar or more and It will ellrqbi 4 per cent per annum I compounded twice n arr You ought to start today OpenSaturday nights I 17100ROUND ROUNDTRIP C = Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank 221 Broadway or Seashore Outing Via the Scenic Chesapeake 4 Ohio Railway I 1870 IB Dny Limit Wltli Stopover Privilege I SATURDAY PrhlcgoI I Inquire of Your Agent for Rate and Parllculrs ATLANTIC CITYAnd And Other Coast Poinls IIPlam Prom lat srille THURSDAY AUGUST 2 Ticket good fifteen days reUtotrfr with stop over at Wnnhlogton Ilaltlmore and FhtlniUlpMa ou itlutn hip Jbruigli mina of IIi epcrl pml coaclfe No chatigfi of cots whatever ftesetve spice now C O Ry Ticket Office s ljnttu Ave liiulvl...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 July 1906

J f t h r l 1 h u u h In the Bishops heBishCarriage I Carriage I By MIRIAM MICHXUOM lI fCurillkt i MOT Thi Bi U > iU flll C4 For at that moment the connection was made and I cut In sweetly with Mrs Edward Ramsay just a minute MOB you iliould have seen the mans face It was red It was whltS It was furious it was frightened I put my hand a moment over the mouthpiece and turned on him then tve t got her on the phone at Mrs Gales houao Shall I tell your wife where you are Edward Just a moment Mrs lUnisay hold the wire some one wants to speak with you You little devil Ills oice wa s thick with rage Yes you called me that some time ago but not In that tone Quick nowthe door or Waiting Mrs ItamsayT Ha moved toward the door llowll I know you wont tell her i when Im gone he growled I Mrerely by my Baying that I wont I answered curtly Youre In no position to dictate terms1 am llut I could without leaving the phone latch the chain on the door behind him leaving It half open So he must have h...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 July 1906

t > rats > t V THE BABUOAH EVENING SUNt t T a j 1 I 1 if OUR FINAL CLOSING SUMMER SALE vt THIS is the last and will be beyond doubt the greatest sale ever put on by us in Paducah This sale includes every article be neath our roof and the old or regular price is not considered this month Every year we do this and weve found it profitablex to both you and ourselves The line of goods we offer are not old and shop worn but consist of the best grades of newest merchan dise Our store will be closed Thursday afternoon so as to enable our salespeople to mark down every garment in our store and Friday morning at 7 oclock the great Clean Up and Closing Out Summer Sale will begin and continue until all the summer goods are sold Weve had our profits on these goods weve sold lots of them and made money on them now its your time and what we have now in stock you will be buying for less than its value even considering the time of year We figure the dollars worth more to us than the goods in ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

a rYt t Zy Ir A t j 1 mfJt p tt tt fJ1ltltnitg ttn e L iJ Y rt l VOL XVIII NO 17o PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING JULY 19 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK I 1 4 1 POLITICS IS BEHIND N ATTACK ON CONTRACT t < > Joint Lighting Committee Considered Propositions For Eighteen Hours SessionY y jr J INTERESTED PERSONS IN OPPOSITION t A Politics U behind all this noise Mid a member of the Joint lighting rommlttco of the general council to day and tho whole opposition Is based on tho determination ot tho city administration to prevent this general council Improving tho lighting < ing plant and building tho Island s rtcreek bridge These Improvements i iwould j bo a feather In the cap of this rouncll that tho administration tel logs con not bear to think of We wish to let tho contract to the I General KlPctrlo company ror1 10 J 000 They wish UN to spend 20dOU They cant bear to Ihlnk oiiHhay Ing sufficient money left In tho con tingent fund to repair the lighting plant and tlulld the bridge and there...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

PUUTWO YtTUE I BABIJOAH EVENING SUN a ntj9lat1 JULY IB s > l lIT AND JiUU AQ rj J E ANDFOR t ION BY INDIANS S atsti rr v 1 r pr JrcJ8 gn Ijlbw iitI Plncp Again 10 N J er + jr1j 4 4lutnl ltd 9ottbigjta I ljtrit Inning VIII I f r < i t 1 I < v1 > I HAI L N a FlCGUI1 > I liE58 + Y 41 + TenntsStaaMNg + e stVlncf1nnu i Vlnccnnes r 1G 39 cia Jacksonvillo 3 3J 40 30 < B2C Paducah 87 11 X0 7 gafroA 37 36 6 O 7 IIWI < > Lisfc43 4341 I Halattooli Mattoon yir 30 44 403 i i TcstCtlaje 1kwt Padrah 1ptrc 4p jft F04tIr31 IJlCAW2 1 l aSlidrl hFDwTtua 3 itaet IC I 1 zrr 0 hl c d t Calray SV 4t X lndi 1ti f i lasL r n + cvt c k1t < us t l Patt AloI 1ISh 1 finl I eIx day y S1t ahpa klnlI third place after the Hash Slnpcrs I dh ld Ityfor l cps day The cairo Bulletin hjfllsjo say of the amc b4n119 > 4efoie9 t act I rfdats with Paducah was a hit and > run EJ Phlslrfinally opdod In a vii fRr the 1 WI a rellha sc o roof teasn Without 1tg Jnt p r 1qaI po ji to t > > p ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

F 1 reo xIRIe 71 ffHE PXDU05H EvT1NIl + T Bu t r rI1ftt yttjl r CAIRO DROPS OUT OF KITTY LEAGUE f 1ooP ltiOllllgO Proves Uiulo iiiK of Sport V v I vii 1ndiirnli Fall In All met Iny f jr iK i Citmtl to HimilffliirnN f > 1IIIk lc 111118 viii nirr IHAXCHISI I A + Baseball In Cairo Is dead nnd tho fans In sister city are wearing crepe and i hanging their beads In sorrow amid mortification The last struggles of the dying part reared eaterday when the maniRoment announced It did nut Intend to loco any more and Informed the fans that Cairo wolild surrender t her franchise In the KJIty leaguoBaseball Baseball In Cairo has not drawn will this Mason Tho biggest crowds ° during week days would not pay the pxpeiuoR of the players even at home and with each week tho management I lojt money IJan McCarthy the coal dealermanager threw tip the gpongn several weeks ago disgusted with tho uror patronage and Guy Eehei berger was persuaded to continuo the remain I der of the newton in tho cairaclty o...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

M < 1 Pova il i TITVfSDAY JULY 10 < J I I IHB PxuuOXB EVENING l BHJl labueal gnn MOON AND WEEKLY SUN PUILISBINOCO HNCOHPOMATID t KM FISHER PienWent 3 PAXTOK Ofnenl Manager SSC IPTION RATES IM tbe poWCleeIt PaduMb Kj u second ales matter THE DAILY SUN wrter per week 10 Mil per month in adTance 40 IIpei year In adranM itfl THE WEEKLY SUN IF yeedby mall portage paid > lOO S AddreM THE SUN radoeah KT Ill South Third TZLPaonaa > b TZLPaonaare Ehyae ft Yocng Chicago and Nw Yorx tep uttrea roc SUN can be found auth following Vk DClements ILD Clements A 00I con Culln Droa Palmer > House fcha WUhetaa i TUUnSOU JULY ib CIRCULATION STATEMENT me 1398C tine 23986 4t1ae 4 3970 ae 53964 6 4050 ae 74068 BS 83920 ae 93919 M 113979 e 124040 tee 114087 ae 14203 w 5vl241 June 16430 7 June 18 i 4li7 June 19 3967 June 204O4 3 June 2L420 June 22i 4044 June 23 3977 June 25 4094 June 26 4186 June 214130 June 28414 S June 294127 June 30 4132 f i V > W > i05880 WtMeior June 1 > 06 40 H...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

4st Ltt 1TIIUfISflY JUL11t4 f THE PADUOAH EVENING SIDlnnn t rTOMORROW r TOMORROW MORNING THIS SALE STARTS Thls is general windup of all summer goods and includes reduced prices on all other Sultn bklits and Shirt Watsis that are good in the l t fall and winter seasont Yen will find the site that starts tomor Imw I and doles Sitnrdir July 29 to be one that meant money to every one who can attend it We do not consider the coat ol summer good daring this site We only know that the money we realize on I tbcie gouda no matter how little is I more faN f ellchlag than h l a lot of Y old style good in oar area next seaton This Is our list sale and f t wed like to see the face of every laIty in or titer PuJucaU visit us during this sale i 317 Broadway I 311 i Broadway Exclusive ReadytoWear Store I t i fJ 4I For Dr Pendley ring 418 IC U I Brunson ti Co have movedI I 1 their flower More to 529 Broadway 1 The od truck nt No 3 fire eta l tlon which was remodeled by the eta tlonnum has been compl...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

rein ra ENGLISH PAUPERS NUMEROUS CLASS a TwentyTwo to Every Thoni nilof Population la OwnlryTtlif liullnciits Arc Oiiililli WTillujljl ixmilon They Arc His v couragcd i I ltfi d xuMHKits J J AUK PA biitvn on Bijjrjirr1 tionctonWuiy 19ri wroth you estorday pout the wealth of the < irifi t 5 people but there IB anotbc at liie to the picture i On the first or January i90Cs there were 78242 paupers eupporled by the govern nent < tor t a total l population Dr UiE2927 which was a ratio Dr 2 IZijfjftmupera to every 1000 of the nhabltnnts l Of these 247256 went Ice I iubI1V institutions l almshouses and homes rorthe friendless and cf estltnteWhllo S361GG were recclv lag outdoor relief that 1 food Dr money of both from agencies main lamed In the various clues and vil lages for the distribution of that form of assistance It should lie said thai there has Beena considerable Uecjvaifl In tho < lumber of paupers during tho last forty years In 18C7 jthcre wen 121 C27 on nearly a million ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

va vt t r vF r Jtt Jtt t y i r j T r te t r Ii rr r ri Fr F AOIlIEVU IntheBishpp t s Carriage y KIKIAK KICUKZAOM lOnillkt raw If Tb ebba Uttlll ce T mh yes now I remember Obermuller got between ui as hi spoke Your friend upIn the coun try that you went to spa and couldnt Not a very good lluokc your friend Nunco But farming I suppose Mr Tom playr the t deuce with onct looks And another thing It does II t nlakcs a matt forget sometimes Just how to behave In town Ill b charmed Mr Tom to oblige a friend > t Mlsa Oldcns but I i must Insist that ho does not talk like a farmer lie was quite close to Tom when be finished and Tom wan glaring up at him And Mag I didnt know which one I was most afraid for Dont you look at mo that way Mag Monahan and dont you d oto guess arty thing It you think growled Tom that Im going to let you get off with the girl yoUro mighty Now Ive told you not to say that The reason Ill do the thing shes go ing to ask of moIf Its what I thlnti It IsI If because this...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 July 1906

J F I TMVHM AY JXTIiY It ara PAGBKIOHT rTHE PADUCAH EVENING SUN 1 0Y OURFI AL 1 CLOSING 1 SUMM RSALE r 0YT Tv HIS is the last and will be beyond doubt the greatest sale ever put on by us in Paducah This sale includes every article be neath our roof and the old or regular prIce is not considered this month Every year we do this and weve foundIt profitable to both you and ourselves The line of goods we offer are not old and shop worn but consist of the best grades of newest merchan IP dise Our store will be closed this afternoon so as to enable our salespeople to mark down every garment in our store and to morrow morning at 7 oclock the great CleanUp and Closing Out Summer Sale will begin and continue until all the summer goods are sold Weve had our profits on these goods weve sold lots of them and made money on them now its your time and what we X14 b now in stock you will be buying for less than its value even considering the time of year We figure the dollars worth more to us than ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

° c7Ta i It4jA3 It nbueab ttitninr f VOL XVIII NO 176YADIICAH KY FRIDAY EVENING JULY 20 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK WILL OLLIE RUN is THE QUESTION 1 First District in State of Un 1s 1 rest lust Now Grove County Situation May IVovo TUn Much for WcIrn Ken I titrkya lIuIH STATIC POLITICIAXH LISTKN t t Perhaps no part of the Mate Is 1 I more vitally Inleorsted In the develop ments of the next few days hi tha thI I picky than tho Pint district The Interest centers in tile fact that l t 4 Congressman Ollie James name la 1 t ixnifilonlly conferred with the rare rrfor t for govornor and until It It finally auttlod that ho iwlll or will not inn N there will bo unrest In the political i I pot of western Kentucky Already It is J l boiling and surging with tho I hope and lean and annlrntlons of the uul < ultuoiu receptive candldatea for congress and vague droxms and 1 re mote po ilbrlllci itean op from he I heaving mess of politic politic V po 1 Itkz IttcWill Will ho runt Tho question gives a dif...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

JDHE PAPT70AHT EVENING iS HEW HOPE YED THE TRAY Pfttycak Never Hail A Chance to Win the Game Defeat Puts local nark Aj afei in Fourth Ilncr lUtli GoOfi f lt < wd Today r e v THE KITTY LEqUR t4TADiNO c Trams StaaIfKf > wfL Pet Vlnconnes v 4J2 0 CIS r1 Jacksonville jfOfiF t49 f Cairo > j38 36 < 514 I PadBcan > fi 37 BOO d Dtnvllle < > V34 43 442 Walloon o 45 400 I Xltmll1I1 RaNNi f Cairo 10 Paducah 4 i i Danville 12 AUttopn 6 f < VInc nn sv4j Jacksonville 3 Todays Bebedate Paducah at DanvWo i Cairo at Jacksonville r iMartoon at Vjncennea t 4 iThe i Indians prriyedeasy pick ij hilsto the z ii i berger flash r SUe ers In Slopvftle yesterday ar cording Qo the dope In die Cairo Dul lella The fact that baseball has i else to die again In Cairo and a trllllant future Is painted for the I Mask Sllngera made them play ball I Tiiejryrent onto tho field with conn 4 aee and the Indians were beaten with ease The > Cairo Bulletin says > let the game yesterday I Paduca...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

7 r w e ij fl 1 r 1 r f r fe tiJ II J t l ffHH P2CDUGa3ai 1 EVENINGS Is PJUtt + 1 J w J T a Iflllt4 r 1 t It t 1 rt4yl 9L Third vv a elfeof our Serni i = f > v f Annual Clearance Sate tjl G k 1 OUTING SUITS t r C r ITIlIS LIIS week we have something extraordinary for you We have selected from our entire i stock of Outing Suits Several hundred odds and endssuits of which we have only one or two of a kind leftthis seasons styles in both single and double breasted They have been divided into tyo lots and ye are offering these exceptional ll s at the following remarkable low figures 1 LOT ONE Y r 1 450 r 1 IIII I NCLUDED in this lot arc Scotch Effects Cassi INCLUDED Worsteds and other CassiI I Two Picce Outing Suits that formerly sold at 750 850 J 1000 1 1250 and a few that sold as highas 1 1350 We offer them at the special low price otA t j > 450 z ASSAULT I i I WH VXPKOVOKUI SO HHAXNON TIIH VICTIM ciaiMs 1 lloli llnyvs N I Arnsliil 1 mi n Serious t11111Ac by IkUrlhc 31Iliitt <...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

tlal toga HJJPxDUOAD EVENING a JIAY JU1t e > < labcalj suit AFTERNOON WEEKLY lYTlE SUN PIJ LlSftllfOCO INCOPOATED t l INCOPOATEDF President r sewrw J PAZTO General laDlljter SUBSCRIPTION RATES ser 2a the jx > ttoac at Pkductb KT M eeccnd < elaea matter THE DAILY SUN By curler per week n 110 I j mall per oilM 10 a1Dee M dy mall rer rear la adDce 160 THE WEEKLY SUN Per jew by mall Vf paldUDO > AJdrtMTHE BtJKridueahKy orric 111 South Third TEtsmomM ride Punt YouuClo o nil New Tori rip e KsenUtlre rautUvesTIIB THE SUN cu be found at tie following plMCt IIIt CltmenU A 00 Vu CuUa UraL r Palmer House I John Wllhelmi WilhelmFIUBtY I Fit DAY JULY 20 4fCh10Uk1TION STATEMENT June 13986 JuDe 23956 v June 4 3970 June L3964 June G4056 Dune 74O8 STATEMENT 1 Jane 93919 2 Tune 11 3979 i f June 124040 June 134087 BUBO 144203 5 Bone 114341 Jane 1 r < 4307 June184117 June184117June June 19 3967 June 204043 June 214204 June 224044 June 233977 Juno 24094 June 264186 June 2T 4130 Juno 23...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

y rrwyr t Y 4 r T t FRIDAY JULY SW fTHE PADUOAH EVENING SUN r rPAOE IIY 1 TOMORROW MORNING THIS SALE STARTS j 1 This js general wind np of III 1 Rummer Roods and Inc udes reduced prices on all oilier Snlti Skirls and Sblrt Waists that are good in the + fall and winter season You will find tile tale that Itllb tomor row and cloiea Saturday July zg to be one that mean money to every < ne who Mil nUetil It We do not consider the cost of summer g < tls daring this atitg We only know that the money we realize on l these gook Qno matter how little li more fartencliin than Ii l H lot of od style Koolt In our diet next season Thlt Is our tail sale and 1wed UVj to se the face of every L lidy in or near Paucih visit ut I during this tale r I f 317 lia t a Broadway i r I 7 j r 5 317 Broadway Exclusive RcadytoWear Store I IExclusive I r ILOOAL LrJfKS For Dr Iendley ring 416 416I I E I moved their lower nloro to 629 Ilroadway For original Dope and Dr Pep per phono its i A M I tanviaon t Co...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

j r f r f Rail m JlJtrMxmr w lIGHTING PLANT PLANSRATIFIED Both Hoards of General Coun y cil Act Fnvojralily 11H > Mayor Vrlscr Olijivtsj j to Tvmin of Outran hut Onnnjlfioes h to lit Js Adopted MIITIU Ol riiF V MIDKIUIKX S + iL r i LUI f C n f The contract presented1 the Oen cral Klcctrlc cpnipuaj of j evYork theJ J city lighting plant for U000 was ratified by both boards of tho gen eral council last night The mnyori d disapproval 6f > the contract was strong but the contract went through without a hitch Tho mayor was In addition Instructed and au thorltcd tp sign It at once that the d work of equipping the plant might begin without any further delay Aldermen Meet Aldcrmqn Hubbard Mlllor and Chamblln were absent The nilnutcs of thoUnU regular and adjourned mcetlDgs were read I and adopted The regular order of business was disposed of In order to take up the t mated of contracting for equipping taejCitjr lighting plant Atdorman Palmer chairman of the light committee read a cont...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

wT i Q In he Bishops I lntheBishopsCarriage y KIHIAM KICUXLSWM 1CtII > L ita b I Tb IbbiMiilll CoJ t > I rfldnt answer I put my head back against the cushions and closed I 4my eyes I could feel the scrutiny of I his blue eyes on my naked face your tface la so unprotected with the eyes l clbked like a fort whose battery III I V withdrawn lint I wal tiredit tires you when you care A year ago Mag tbls sort of thing the risk the near I ness to danger the chances one way I Or the otherwould have Intoxicated j me I used to feel as though I was L dauclpg on a volcano and daring It to S explode The more twisting and turnings there were to the labyrinth the greater glory It was to get out klaggIe ilarlln you have before you a mournful spectacle the degenera t tion of Nancy Olden It Isnt that shes lost courage Its only that she used to be able to think of only one thing and now What do you sup i 1 puce It Is I MsgT If you know dont I you dare to tell me I When we got to the flat Obermul...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 July 1906

I PACK orals THE PADTJCAH EVENING SUN Fimuv t jjrMt j e i t sWAS s TALLEST MAN a a IN ELKS PARADE i John Porfeoiis Also I Was Thin I PViZeac < 1f ai1 S riilnrali Ihiy AllrncigjAKeiitJon Kv I e rrynlllre lIy JI tUafque > DI mendony 0 4 > or 6 i IV DKNVKK FOR ill4 HKA1TII ys j fi John S Porleousr the Paducah slant Is a walk rijiDdvertisement for the city and hap won new laurels for his llze He captured doube honors at Denver Coif In the parade feature s of the nnnuar Convention of the Be 1 nevolent Protective Order of Elks prigt e t yfor y being the fallett Elk In tho pine > of t march and first prtze for befog the thinnest It Is laId he ao completely outclassed all others that he stood a marked man and not the least trOll e ble was experienced In awarding these prizes Porfeous Waked berfde a Wile man for the sako of contrast but had ho selected the tallest In thn ntre parade It would have mattered littlePorteonn Porteonn la the son of the late Joiin Portews and was raised...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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