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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

THE PADUOAH WEEKLY SUN APHID II JOOJ t t hLh WNNirWlffl PADUCAH ftJwmNN NM MI Trent Fridays Sun It li Understood that Leonard i Block Jr who left the city two or three fun tgot is now In New Orleans and desires to return to Paducah An Indictment against him In tho circuit court for shooting at hli wife will probably bo filed away the not desir Ing to prosecute him lie was formerlY on the pollco force I and hat been In the South African war fighting with Ibo Boers Mayor Lang today received jiropo ltlon from the Continental Ladder company of Rhode Island agreeing to t sell the city an aerial truck atjl lad der and take In part payment one of the cltyi fire engine which are leI dam used allowing 11000 for It Th roat of an aerial ladder will Le about 3000 and aa both the fire chief and Insurance companies hare long ail NhVNrVrVrW W Concerning Kens of a Local S Nature for fast Wk S tPPm Nm JI I fined the parchniw of one It Ii I moro I than likely great Influence will be brought to bear o...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

< TUB VADOTAII WEEKLY SUNs API11U 11 1901 The Paducab Sun I ArVCHNOON Alto WILILY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY tnfCOSrOUTSfl > rtskM Pm m nnldtit ss4 Killer Kd J FASTON General Memory SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ealared at to OotoCl 4 do C sea nR jatak LP a s TUB DAILY SON 71y nl r week r f t 1 m1 III 64ea eOnat w Sy Mon Per see 64 A e TUB WEKUT SUN Dot year by tnttt putnee poll I m 444 taollt1O ta4rk Ky Dm araamdwY1TraeaesaNan araamdwY1TraeaesaNanTIWUtSDA n THURSDAY APRIL 11 1001 ASENSIITLE VIEW OP IT Isis very gratifying to flirt inch pound views Ra these on the waiter so Important nit the roratel trusts Ian Ifemecmtlo paper New York Town Topics says i i I Bin not of tboor who pre In the > IlIDMHl word Trarts n boiihm alll I menaeevkn the poee lutrTv M and i to human deTelopasent and liberty i i I The NKmotioB ft vast capital tee i work somu Held of mdtstry I may tic Bull indeed has IWB I H luft liiucMtl j IwneQoeace TN SuwloKl Oil or i ganlrfttion has been loaded with miss i I B...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

THE PADUCAD WEEKLY SUN AlllIL 11 1901 T 1COUNTYPRlMAIHES SEVERAL HELD OVER TUB STATE BATUIIDAY THE 8NJURDAYTmRESULTS f8EVERAJ f IN BALLARD COUNTY Wlckllffa April 8The nominees til Saturdays primary aro as follows Ham J Moore county judge I Jake Corbott county attorney W 0 Nich ols sheriff Joe Grace clerk Taylor Delworth Jailer J L Gholson as sessor j I FULTON COUNTY PRIMARY I Fulton Ky April 8ln the Fnl e ton county Democratic primary 1ull nrday the ticket nominated U i Coun t ty judge I T Irani Kearby county court clerk Bam D Later conntvfittorney Henry Remley superintendent of public instruction Miss Dora Smith I Jailer J a Noonan sheriff George U Carpenter surveyor A C Holmes assessor A It Ilroder There was a 0 heavy outpouring of Democrats and for the Brit time In the eountyi bin lOra woman was elected to n om I IN BATH CO1JiTYI I Owlng vltle Ky April STbe 4 Democratic primary to nominate can 1 dilates for county officer Saturday J was red hot f row start to flalb the folIowlGg ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

THE PADUCAII WEEKLY BUNt APRIL II 1901 CASSIUS M CLAY FOUR SCORE AND TEN HAVE NOT IE I DESTROYED HIS PUGNACITY I Routes a Deputy Sheriff and Posse Believed He Is Mentally Unbalanced Richmond Ky April tIThe del Sty sheriffs who hd a bloodiest brush with Jcueral Casslni Marcelln Clay r they could hare killed him It I my bUllI bUllel were restrained by his grandson A posse headed by Deputy Sberl I R W Colycr went to tho Lion ofI I Whitehall cattle to seize Rood t belonging to hU daughter iI i hot Some time ago General Clay since hit divorce from hit child wife II I I Dora Rlchardosn Clay has been Hi I tug alone Induced hit daughter DII I her ton Attorney Green Clay 10 make tiller home with him Everything went smoothly until e last Snnilaywhcn thS general dough J ter returned from the city with i number of young girlfriend At tilt I gay party drove np to the house Gen a end Clay appeared at the doorand or dered hit daughter and her girl b lion away emphasizing hit order I wit h a revolv...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

THE PADUCAU WEEKL SUN APRIL 11 1901 oeoooooD ooI sostt DDDOeCCao oDDDOOCrotwoDt t It r 1 Habits of Two Men J i woeecxwee sa + wws r a I 1By UNCLE HENRYc II I OOsSese t + E W p OOw 0 v > OOC6OOCOdOQOt DD9DDtQOCCaOLDD000r9tlDDDDO D OONOO I r There shall be two In the field t he one shall be taken and the other left tL Matthews The same calling and congenial natures though they differed widely In likes and dislikes for the pleas a I of life made fait friends of two men I Each hada weakness n all men hare bat the penchant of one was not that of the other One was an In veUt 10 smoker and his fondness for a I cigar was to him secondary to no other I enjoyment Tho other was a slave to J liquor suit It took Lot a tests of drink I to fend him off to the gutter Tho ilIwo hail freqn < ntly chatted about their weaknesses and each bad chided I tho other inja pleasant way but every day It was the old story over t again 1 i The drinker one day returned to h isBelt work after a spree broken I...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 11 April 1901

rt f iitnmzst J6 iHto Juw THE PAOUCAU WEKKfj RUN APRIL II 1901 BOXERS STIRRED Prince Tuan Is Urging Them to Attack Sian Fu NEW TROUBLE THREATENE Prince Tuan Had 10000 Troops When Last Heard fromGeneral Tung fti Sian With the Rebels NEGOTIATIONS MAY BE DELAYED I Pekln April DA Chinese rebellion u lion seriously menaces the Imperial court as Prince Tuan the Boxer lead er Is I urging the rebels to attack Slat Fa FaThe The rumors which hare been cur rent during the last few data of the outbreak of a nbelllon headed b1 Gen Tang Fu Sian former com rounder of the Northern armY In tbe provinces of Mongolia and Shens have been absolutely authenticated Li Hung Chang and Prince Chin hare received Information on tho Put Ject which though Indefinite tlll proves that the court Is I serious alarmed and threatened Gen Fu Stan was according to lalt accounts about 150 miles from the court with 11000 regular troops all supposed to be devoted to himself The court has about the same number of soldiers a...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

The Paducab Sun I i WEEKLY EDITION = = = = = = + VOLUME VII NO 16 PADUCAH KENTUCKY APRIL IS 1901ONE DOLLAR A YEAR U CITYSCENSUS CENSUS a I The 20000 People are Shown and 1 1 It Alt Now Depends on the 1 Circuit Court I I COUNCIL MUST PETITION I Should Judge Huilandt Decide in ram of the City the Transfer Will Be Immediate r MUCH INTEREST IS 1 MANIFESTED r The new etty census It practically complete and show over JO 000 peo ple When the books are all turned In which will be this afternoon the special council committee to which was referred the eeniu matter will be called together to canvas the re sult and when its report Ia 1 complete the council will meet to accept the ecensus and order drafted a petition to circuit court asking that Paducah be placed In the wound class The result cannot be foretold as e everything now depend on the con traction placed on the law governing the CAM by the circuit judge The city will undoubtedly be admit Ced Into the teoond class when the legislature m...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

e < 01 i I THE PADUOAH WEEKLY BUNI APRIL J 1901 DRESS GOODS We arc showing a fine line of double faced cloths in Ker sey and Homespun especially suitable for Walking Skirts i a garment so much needed for the rainy season 6I r4 I jii facl kersey cloth In grey and brown 1160 yard i M n n I u 1 I li icj h tn pUQ In f rep tl 00 yard SJjn n < rid ie ktruy cloth 11 blue brown grey and black 13 00 and tS SO 1 caYl 1 rO I < i iry ai w ol lulling cheviot C9o per rm 4fil fli X M joj t quality cheviot In blue and gry 09 and 75o IIIII I I We a L l > fli > wng a flue line ot Hick dress goods In llcurlcllu s Cbevi > i Iop w lliiici KtCj at the lowest inlccs Waists i I I I Our readymade welUi for Woe 3i i tends and prices cannot be txcellul an rof 1 where In town Floe 11 colored stripe Percale waists I 50c and 75u each Extra gored quality French Percale watts neatly lucked fronts only SI each IOIT Willie Linen waists fine duller tucked 1 I gent anti hack some with both tuck aDdt ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

> Tl3 u 0 9 THE PADUCAH WEEKL SUN APRIL 1 1901 THE CONVENTION OPPOSITION TO THE PLATTi i AMENDMENT IS EXPRESSED I By the MembersEighteen Voted Against I I I While Ten favored ItObjection I Is to the lerms i iI I i Havana April 13At a private Kiulon the contention by a vote of I eighteen to ten adopted a motion ei s pressing the opinion that the conven tion it 01 0101110 the Platt amendment I on account of the term In which some of iU clause are drawn and the content of others u the third tboI I and seventh After voting this It was proposed to dtMolr etbo convention The question offending a commission to Washington wu not voted u on A conservative delegate who prey I < 0017 favored a commission saj I that thoM moderate who favored U will now oppose It M being useless after tonights rote It U I considered that the contentions action U a half hearted war of rejecting the Platt I I gar Y u amendment old tout It was largely duo to the ammonify of tome of the I delegates neaps Un Wo...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

wJ foII J w t 71 1W 1 4J 4 Tyr TOE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APRIL 18 1001e TbePaducab Sun anloo ao wxaaly IT THE SUN PCBLISDISQ COMPANT mcoiroutvo Fr a kIn uaaa President mail Rdttor Kd J rrroif General Utawr uemcriiPTioN HATCS bum al tin txnuan > l rumk II r II second close mttttf J Tall OAILT SUN ft carrier on wtfk Sl Br mall tr month r adnaasee BrMalUpcrrcftrtikdnBe ads Tax WEKtXY im Oat fUr b7 mill postage paid IM address Tn tow nd cab KT Dome ur rMdwlvlTstaraoirENolsl I THURSDAY APRIL 18 HOI Some of the German papers are de plorlng the Ignorance prevalent In some ratio of their country Ont of eeventyelght army recruits receDtly examined twentyone didnt know who was emperor of Germany Quite a number thought the late Price Bismarck was emperor and didnt know he Will dead Only fourteen out of the seventyeight gave answen al proximately correct Judge Miller has rendered an im portant decision at Louisville 1101 I the nit cf the Central Kentucky asylum for the insane against Mrs Anna K...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

THE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APRIL 18 1901 7 CONVICT PARDONED I I EDDYVILLE PRISONER RELEAS II ED AFTER SERVING FOUR TEEN YEARS Frankfort Kjr April 13Gonr C nor Beckham hit granted a pardon to Harry Polndexter a convict In the tl Kddyvillo penitentiary serving a sent I ence of sixteen years for burglary 0 Polndexter wu convicted In the c Jefferson criminal court In 1896 and w cad served fourteen years of hit sent I taCt The pardon was granted on let N ters from the commonwealth attorney tl who prosecuted the case Ibo foreman I of the trial jury and the petition of II other reliable portent Polndetter was E a mere boy when seat to prison e b PRIMARY IRREGULARITIES I THE GRAND JURY IS NOW IN VESTIOATINO ALLEGED w FRAUDS There has been so ranch talk about Irregularities the Democratic poi mary last month that the grand Jury has taken hold and ha < K several y witnesses np to testify In regard to 0 them is II Is not known whether anT cd deuce has been secured or not 0 I AT BROOKPORT I h A ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

awaW1 nT8E J PADUCAH WEEKLY RUN r tlL N 8ttftn 7 1 flWBS L1 n v n r A CONSPIRACY RUBE QUINN WHO KILLED AT POLICE OFFICER CONFESSES i The Dive Keepers Plotted to Assaiil ilnale the Officer to < Get I Even I i I Danville Ky April 13Rubo I Quinn who killed Policeman Crum j i contents that there was a conspiracy among joint keepen to kill the officer g Crum swore out o warrant against 1 Quinn anil vent Into the joint to serve Ie 1 IeIS I It Shot were heard soon alter a man supposed to bye been the ai i f rollout ran out and Clamped Two or if i three persons ere in the the place II when Grain entered sad leftlmmedl 1 1 nirtj to volt being witnesses la a Ill I the joint I quor cue ai they supposed was being raided for that purpoee and It It pretty well established that I Quinn aid Crum were itheonty men t left In the roOm Parties who heard the boti fired went to the joint at once and Crum WM foundlylng on the floor dead An i examination revealed that two shots II t hd taken effect one ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

v 4 f I I THE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN Apiut 18 Itor s Yes the same GOLD DUST Washing Powder I that brightens your lIver and cut glass will clean the 2 theKitchen nothing more ll never harm the article It comes In f context with Il limply makes It clean For greatest economy buy the large package The N K Fairbank Company > i INO I INDICTMENTS WINERS NOT YET INDICTED AT MADISONVILLE FOR Uynam ting a Houie Will Norton Acquitted I at Mt SterlingSuit to Sellle the Botlo Eitatd t t Madisonvllle April 13The grand jury did not today Indict the miners who dynamited the negro boarding house at Providence An Indictment was returned against Steve Blevlns for shooting Robert Holman a guard at the ProvidcnOe mine D W Cut ley was arrested charged with forging a check for 110 on Chas Price of L Providence ProvidenceACQUITTED ACQUITTED OFMURDKR Ml Sterling April IS William Norton who killed Sheriff James Stockdale In February was acquitted here today a TO SETTLE I1OTTO ESTATE Louisville AprllilJ The Fi...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 18 April 1901

w TUB PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APJJli 18 1901 > r COURTNEWS II NEWS Jacob Ktufman Given Three Years for ObtaIning Money Under False Pretenses TRANSFERS OF PROPERTY flroalZaeidayi I Dear made I The grand jury this maroteg a report in circuit court reformist I a beat Ji misdemeanor indictment Among them were Indictment I agaiavt the bawdy houses They haTej j MTtmVothre indictments to return 10 I morrow morroTte caw wralnit Pete Colin col I ored charged with raise swearing bI making affidarlt that he had neat I been in the penitentlarr U order to I Tote was tried and Bolln west aoquf trdI I I The Sloddro Implement eompanI WM given 151 judgment against tho I T A Lyle Implement company The I quo WM a suit for debt The case of W W KUoUo air Co TL W A Hogan tnit for debt wt I I dismissed In the action 4f R M Harrison TL Cornelia Purchase the eommtulone filed a deed < to J P Eug4ert the I purchaser Jacob Eastman of Memphis charged < with obtaining money b false preteaau wai tried and giv...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

I + wWH rf oP 1 I Tl > c Paducah Sun I WEEKLY EDITION II VOLUME VII t NO 16 PADUCAH KENTUCKY t APRIL 25 1901ONE DOLLAR A YEAR STRIKE IS OVER I l The Miners Were Successful In e 4iheir Demands at Central City HAVE RETUKNEl TO WORK King Humberta AtsastVJa I a Rir iijt Maniac From Treatment of Jailer ladenLam Lam r CASES CONTINUED AT fRANKFORT 1 Otlllral Cltl April WO miner employed by the Central Coal and Iron company retirned to work toJ r > their contention having been won I The itrlke wa purely local and did ant affect bit one of the wren mines The itrlke was caused by the re fool of the company to discharge feu men Who refued to pay I auew went to keep op the llopklni county striker The COO other miner claimed that the four miner by their i ritual proved themselves caLL ASSASSIN IS CUAZT Home April 21 BreMl the II luiln of KlncIInmbrrt li laid to be a rat Inn mantas from the horrible tor t of hi Jailer CASE COXTINUEDi Frankfort April 11011 the mill V at minor tale official a...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

A uf l L7an 7 0 i L r The Paducab Sun WEEKLY EDITION I VOLUME VIII NO 16 PADUCAH KENTUCKY APRIL 25 I90J ONE DOLLAR A YEAR u t = STRIKE IS OVER The Miners Were Successful In I Their Demands at Central City HAVE RETURNED TO WORK King Humbtrti eAssssdnIs t Rav itg Maniac from Treatment of Jailers CASES CONTINUED AT FRANKFORT f Central City Ky April 4Tho 200 miners employed by the Central Coal and Iron company returned to work today their contention having been won Th strike was purely local and did aol affect but one of the seven mines The strike was caused by the roo f of the company to discharge fur men who refused to pay assess rents to keep up the Hopkins county at liters The eoo other miners claimed that Ibo four miners by their refusal proved themselves scabs ASSASSIN IS CRAZT Rome April unlel tbs as twin of KlnciHnmbrrt is said to be a raving maniac from the horrible tor tUM of his jailers CASE CONTINUED Frankfort April ItAll the salts of minor state officials under GOT W II Tay...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

W THE PADUCAII WEEKLY RUN A11111 5 1001 1 TbcPaducabSu I arVtHNOON MID WICKIV BI THE SUN rUBLISniNQ COMPANY oarounDI Pent t Rea era Ptaldmt add Editor Ki J riiTOK General Wntr SUBSCRIPTION ATESJ J JIOlm at the petomee 01 reduced ay n second clan flitter t TUB OMIT SON I week s 1 lI1rrttr per By mil per taonth In ddnaee e ay man Der year Is < 3vt > cc THE WBKUY ION On ratbr mail Postage 1id 1 tQAtttt TlB BOB FldoCKb Kf II Brwdwtv I TataraoSL NIt Orrtcsrt LNOulll It ii I will that the Boer war I Bearing heavily on the British Lion mall1 At Anna III two cats have aural citizens of lalo I pox lint some of the cah who have planted flowers Iclaro that Isnt half no lost at paving nil I j the con afflicted with somuamballii I I Bonaire KUrUgr of Tennessee t sprung a sensation In the lejrisUitu 1 b f declaring that Comptroller lIarriI I had offered him tSOO to vote for Ihe I Terminal bill Tlio idea of oITorlnl only t6oo i I I Vow that tho excitement ovi I ovorIAolnal Ii I Anlnaldo1s ca...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

THE PADUCAIFWEKKIi 8UNV APRIL 25 1901 T 150 SUITS l WORTH 7n 1000 1250 and AT THE FAMOUS 250 SUITS OF EACH GRADE SUITS I ISUITS I Worth 1250 V X750SUITS 50SUITS WE TOOK ALL THE MANUFACTURER HAD Got Em CheapWill Sell Em Cheap CASSIMERESSERGESh Blues Blacks Stripes Plaids All New Patterns All New Cutsi i 4 First Come First Served roc t MOTHERS 1 4 READ Ii JNone J Exchanged BARDWELL ENTERPRISE I I AKOIUTEOT a n DAVIS DRAWS PLANS FOR THE NEW illlL AND ELEVATOR Aickltcet II tl Davis of the city kai designed a new mill and elevator b ler Cardwell Kri and the structure will Ie one of the moot complete In I i the state Contract have been let Ifor the building winch will bate a 4 capacity of 10 barrtli a day and the elevator with a capacity of 10000 I buatta7ke Ie I t 7ke proprietors of the mill are Ki 14 tarp aAd J W Jones Bardwell lalxrltMl 11000 a rid donated the I ground for the enterprise Work be Nine this week X IWI Mad lKr Theo are no dolts made In Korea One day In Seoul a lady her tw...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

a THE ° PADUOAH WEEKLY SUNi ArDJI 25 IDOl 1 I The Paducab Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY TUB SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY r IPCOajOUVXB Fnsklcmkfi > rtrtldnl sad Editor Kd J PAXTON Otitrsl Muwer I SUBSCRIPTION HATES BnUmS it Ut poitofflct it aloes Ky MfOQilcliiltaittcr j TlIK DAILY SON I yril per wk t l i ay m4 per moats adna 4 f aymIlperyRadv se 4 TUB WEEKLY SUN I Oai year by = sit postage pal4 e Address Tn Sttt Mini K > i 1 I Ornca 114 Bivadwsvl l T LB ovmNi < l 1 TilE RlPLJ VERDICT The acquittal of Captain Garnett Klpley at Frankfort may have been a < aI I ton dlaappolutment to a few but it was not a surprise to many Tho I commonwealth failed to make out a I case aol there was not sufficient eel I dance even to warrant an indictment I I and doubtless would never have been I one but for the political complexion of t I the grand jury that found It The t commonwealth failed to how that f 1 IIcommonrealth II I the accused even knew previous to the 1 1 murder our of the alleged con...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

00 r r ti = TilE PADUOAU WEEKLY BUN APRIL 2S mOl JUSTICEthis LITTLE 1 The Popular Magistrate Dies From An Overdose of Mor phine TOOK ABOUT EIGHT GRAINS I r 1 He Was round Unconscious Lilt t Night About 8 Oclock at Home LOOKS LIKE IT WAS A CASE OF SUICIDE From Tuesdays Dally Justice J II Little the well known magistrate of the Second district died at 143 oclock this afternoon fiom an overdose of morphine at his home 903 Clark street Ho was thought to loe better thin f Imomlolt but soon began growing gradually worse and died without ha e s ing regained couscfownew Justice Little s actions yesterday and for several days prorjoni Indicate suicide Yesterday about 5 p m i phe drug store where he bad been baying mar phlne to alleviate his Buffering from < neuralgia and bought ten cent worth of the drug or eight grain He must hare taken the whole < nan tltj at bit office at Fourth and Court t a fthlYo t Slawhere e Boarding ear ho went home laid I roc down and fell asleep As It was hi ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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