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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 19 May 1901

i l THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY 19 J90J Ns o etwle le n f A MEXICAN HOLDUP IA I I t I Author of The Llm Dud Firlclgh Should She Expiate II MIC VIMM t The stage fiom Trerlno on the Mexican International R R to Monte try on the Mexican National R R started for Monterey it t p m It wet t cow 10 oclock a m and the down train i i had jtut arrlred tt Trerlno The pu lengeri who got off lo tike the tale tome were ahoy tourlit and lour Ocr re man merchant The dy t before the r guard had siren tip his talk and for the Cm time for week the stage wan with out protection 11 was BO no use a long a > a guard rode with the coach no Dominguct appeared Trap them they could not and fight then they would not to the stage company gave notice that if a load of paittngert could lot protect thrmielrei from two men then they ojld here to lubnilt aa the com parry bid done ill they could be ex peeled to do It wee stated that no more guard would make the trip ex apt to protect valuable eipreia matter Thi...

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. — 19 May 1901

< < O A p J I MAY > 9 1901 THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY t LOVE WAS VICTOR = BY UNCLE HENRY 01 JA p tra9 v 9 4 rsrb b 9 I The ttendfoit frlendihlpof John Ed ion and Fred Jones wan the occasion of requcul remark among the friends who knew them Dot many yean of and their live were spent together Ilieliflevotlon was natnnl Edson was a ilown eater of tt quiet disposition and steady habit while Jones wai from the sunny south jo vial to a fault and prone to frivolity They were M unlike In appearance ai In dlspoiltlon and this added no little to surmises at towhyof their devotion They never offered a solution and perharn none WM possible Five year before the Incident In their Urn hero mentioned Edson and I Jones bad become residents of a west I ern metropolis and were doing work I on a morning paper As they were wool to do they sought quiet quarters and this threw them Into a bonwnold where the life and light was a daugh I ter of many charms the greatest of I these being her bright m...

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. — 19 May 1901

w rr 1w r l 1 i4 THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH ICY MAY 19 1901 t I E THE LITERARY OUTLOOK J a The fooUsbcitl book II I a kln1 01 l t taker boat oil uses of wisdom torn 1 of the wfsuora will geliD anyhow I Ilolmti t A I THE BOOK OP THE uounI r I 1c 1 t4TilE IDLE HOnK I JJlnthefHomlly the author 0 i plaini something about hit book and goes on to contrast the mart Mt 01I I t I a Isaao Wall day ami this eomewba as follows and not to the adTantag Of the latter ai you MO Tbe fad ot the kite born of tola It to lead In extravagance wit chai acterlzed the society of other ilayi wrong ti now the open sesame aD1 wit bar been driven to the wall 6 < tlety fulnlla a useful purpose Ont when It beoomei the playground or Cthe statesman the writer and the e C painter when amid the light lid prattle there It an occasional bret log ipell for the Idle to stop and ltd I to the word of Intellect and prod thereby Of hit book betayii Tbe a 4 dory of the Idle Born It a aatlre or r this little world of fashion T...

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. — 19 May 1901

i Z N 1 f THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY MAY rg 1901 I BY THE SIS PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 IHCOkrOKATlO E1 FAITO Uaiairr and Bdltoc Mm arst W Uoarox AinclaU Kdllof I IUllCOTlDN UTlI Btct coplca r i OD year brnllIs J I I Off year by carrier ed0a Omtat eradny I TelraeaNI 33 I i Eterd I IPIdtlte St 111 rIdtb aye + II I SUNDAY MAY 19 IW1 191901I I I Borne of the visitors of the past I week spent considerable Jt Ime lookng for the city honpltal Fortunately II they failed to IInlle T I We bore it isnt Imposing on oodII II nature to alt for another general cleaning up of the city One li need iI i ed now perhaps more than before the rarulval The carnival It ovsr anal the people after a week of entertainment mayiI iI and resume their moat avocations think of what they hare enjoyed The b street fair wan a credit to the Elks E ana a success financially as well ai 101 j dally I ih j A great many people will doubtless i j If regret that Padnach ti not 110 get the j I II state guard encampment this rear2...

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. — 19 May 1901

z C THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH V MAY 19 190f MAKE MAKEOur I Our STORE t YOURHeadquarters I RIhIC11B > R Not to forget our advertisements of the two past weeks regarding ourra GREAT SCOOP SALE OF MENS SUITS WHICH INSURES A SAVING OF 3313 1 3 PER CENT TO EACH AND EVERY CUSTOMER I WE WANT WANTI I TOJSEE TH m Youll Enjoy EnjoyI I THE GREATEST GRANDEST i DISPLAY Of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Ever Shown In one Storeat one Time PRICES RANGE FROM SOc TO 3 REMEMBER WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR The MPCNH7VTTHN SHIRTS 1 L 4e THINt4 UNDERWEAR WhAt a relief to change the heavy scratchy Winter Underwent for the Soft Cotton Summer garments Here are tlc Famous Bon Bon Balbriggan Silky Fib Cotton Fine Lisle Thread In colorsPinltt Blue Lavanr White Etc so Soft so per < feet in fit and elastic that they Infuse vigor and make you feel f l like a new mant t Two Piece Suits 50c to 500 Combination Suits SI I to < 300 See our Silk Underwear with Scrivens EbstiSatns at 500 a Suit THe LoweST pRices TIlE LARGESTlINE THE...

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. — 19 May 1901

aM r N IrJTf f THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KYMAY 19 t90 d H t i THE ONLOOKER i Mr W A Davit the well know t recently called to lumber dealer was Gllberttvllle to Inipxt and measure a large eonalgnment of lumber and thereby nettle di that bad arlten onr by tettle a dllule measurements made bone the Incorrrtt one of the fau pecton In the rollrte of the Intpectlon a Very iucattar defer wen noticed In one of the freed sawn board and at the defect was not via ble on one tide of the board his curio Sty wu arouted to such an extent that J be bad the board opened A flattened bullet was taken from It and thereby bane a tale The log from which the board war awed wa one cf the Largest In the consignment and III age determined In the usual way by the number of rings aroon s the heart was ritimnted to bs bctweei SO and 100 yean OM of the oldest citizens of that c place In fact he Is I the earliest settler now known to be living In this end of the state told Mr Davit that he reo i membered story that...

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. — 19 May 1901

I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH V MAY 19 1901 I Abe Week in Society t t The Doings of the Smart Set the PoUt Six Days 0 0 Pluunt Events and Personal Mention 0 0 0 0 0 Ardsielr t t tJ SOCIAL CALENDAR I MONDAYMr and Mn George C Thompson entertain the Wet End eentngf f r e It The young men of Jewlth society tntertaln with a dance at La Belle park In honor of Uln Martha Harden of Columbm Ohio Mr Dow Wilcox will sire an In formal dance at The Inn In the even Ing TUESDAY Sani gone elab meet with 11 in I Clara Thompson IQ the af 1 I ternoon eYa ternoonMlu I Virginia Leth entertains at cardt In the afternoon In honor of alI I I gent Mlu I Hawley of 10t1lallI I WEDNESDAY Mn George Lang itaff Jr entertains the Married fp t ate diet Enchre club In honor of Mix Lncle Barrett of Lonlivllle In the af lereoaaTIIURSDAYThe THURSDAY The Magatlno club Itmrel with Miss Myra Gonld and Mlu Allot Comjiton at The Ferns promptly at 3 In the afternoon FRIDAY Mlu Anna Roswell en e tertalni the Young Ladies Cinqne c...

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. — 19 May 1901

wr + 5i34Nle Mnt 0 IeFAy 1 w r r THE SUNDAY CHATS PADUCAH KY MAY 19 1901 SONONN4NOOMN001ON01OON01010 i THE DAILY i NOO NNbO004v1 NM090000 Y9r000ObOO NNbO004v1wr i 1 A WAIT OVER 1 iDY i DY P II SWEET Oprrlfkt let t > r t > IIT Story rub Co 1 Two dATa limit uld Willis Bate a ht looked doubtfully at the ticket L r can I make It to that time YM and the agent pushed some chance through the window and wait ed expectantly for the out man In the line we make close connection ten minutes atop at Columbia and twenty at Charlotte tor dinner Jack aon lllet Nlnteen and Bitea felt himself pushed unceremoniously aside by a portly man who was eater to e1 change a bank note for the ticket which was being stamped Thata your train on the outside the steel called warnln ly ballet hurrylAa Aa thus advice wee accentuated by a ahirp All Aboard and a rush of a few belated pawenrera toward the out side track Bate snatched up bit hand bag and sprang forward Wbewl that war certainly close connerUon bt s...

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. — 2 June 1901

V f 7 = VOLUME L PADUCAH KENTUCKY JUNE2 J901 NUMBER JO I SUDDEN DEATH DISCt t EASE CSNJRACTEO IN MArtiLA He Wit Oi the Slrttti Yesterday After noon and Bled Very Suddgtly I a EeJoe Chandler a well known young L tII1II t ot Oak 11 Manhall county y lied1I < t evening about A oclock at Walker1 OtJllInlfho l e coon chronic dysentery contrc + d during this per tin 4the Philippine ItyrttorneO from Manila boot two months ago cad had been In poor health ever I i I loo He weighed IBS pounds Vhen 1 he enlisted and 108 when he returned i lie wu all lo to down town yea lerday afternoon but at Lees wagon v e eyad1 1 on Koolh Third locmma owtak t that b I e ha l tobo taken home 1 la a cirrMe lie lIed but a short thusT The remains were taken tram hie t toanUng boiseron Thlrjftar Adams h to Nances undertaking establish 4 meat and will be heir until has ela tives arrlraf M He waa about 10 years old and leaves I a wlf and one child In Mar shill county and three brother and laten Ise waa quite well...

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. — 2 June 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 2 1901 Personals q Mn Walter Johnion Ma John Campbell nil Mri OookUInibanda re turned on Friday from the reunion where they were very charming Rncita I ct honor honorUUa UUa Mary Ken of Dyenbarf who hu been the popular gocit of Kra Walter Johnion returned home I the put week 1 Mlu ElotM Nelson of Hopklni tilt who hu been the attract be lIIed of Mrs W IL Bradthaw left the put week for her home linN Henrietta Kogtr and label 1 Weak who bare been at ichool In t Taihlngton city returned Jhome the put week Mill Myra Da Bolt ot 1 the limo shoot went to New York for the summer The NiihvlHe1 American anaonnoea the arrival of Miss Anna Webb ofa I Kentucky and Mlit Bear 6f New I York city to rlilt Mn Hamilton I Parka From there Mill Webb ami1 l I lllu Bear will come to Padncah I Mill Bertha CatTtry daughter of < Senator Caffery of Lonliana and Mill Caroline Illchanlion daughter oc i Judge F Llddell Hlchardaon of New Orleans who were iponwn at Mem phla are Tl...

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. — 2 June 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 2 I90J W Stioop Purchase No2 II fm Scoop Sale No 2 ECLIPSES EVEN OUR FORMER SCOOP SALE IN VALUES REMARKABLE I WE CLOSE OUT ALL THE SURPLUS STOCK I OF Heidelberg Wolf Co New York I At Prices which mean a saving of 33 J3 per cent to Each Purchaser WE SAVED 33 13 1 3 PER CENT = DO YOU WANT TO SAVE IT TOO SUITS for f BOYS YOUTHS and MENAll Sizes I 1nlrcecl7UCGI 1 I SURGES CHEVIOTS Etc All New and Nobby l 1 I and 15 J8 Valuesin in inSuits GO FOR OOOI f1 ICome I Early and Get Choice I NEW BRIGHT SNAPPY STYLES IN 1 Fancy 12 Hose JUST RECEIVED SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW HI IAll I Prices J5c to 75c Per Pair I tlrvmtry turn II tvplt lmf 1 Some time no wa n Jt waa an an f rr be suried In Buoudsburz Pa a Meth odist minister of toe town the Rev It E Iron praj d that the JmlUInf be shattered br lightning and not long afterward It waa actually damaged by llgktilag Tbla not only encoura id Uc DilDO but led many otb r peorle to pray tor the destruction of the bulUIng Itul ...

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. — 2 June 1901

j jr w 71 SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH JY TOTffi > 3 191 I MR DOOLEY ON MR CARNEGIES GIFT < Gfcyright 1901 by Robert Howard Russell BY r P PUNNI I r ilCnurfkhld mi by Robert now ardRuaelt SHU ullljun ilolUre lo nuke th I l tch a lariwd iwopto aldMr Ooolr OoolrVVbO rVVbO jOooc that salad 4f liefl OaJ I wwAodhre r Caroaygle say Mr Dooity He taChw dory Into iU pocket wwe be jtpa vtb chanae 1 ipullo JIP UD jullljon bawblea 1 an WI a b < x Bo1 itake > r < till ir Uarnlo aid charge It to tu < he y tilTle baDJ h wpiOM be sal TT Goe tho tittwryer be say X Sort life auBjhoppy anbe aaya JLiro anuytlilag ye IUW he aaya > ame Jrer prifctrtmceV he 1 as a l > Mt It all doopHoiut be aaya rba IU way sr ilo W AoObt an me Whip utbor ncn are bainr Ult tr Iwe plan lu l tb tHTOxr t A jittta Iwataw pwnw to Biakr cuud on a ifbatr or a foldIn Ud Ir I huurtcal JM nlpr otdber tk whole furniture there an lure th Wll Mat up to OT IIOUM MhUttUoo ta tiwU lad ba4e n sad Jet i4 l44 Tb tivoveh bM Uee...

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. — 2 June 1901

n w THE SUNDAY CiAT PADUCAH KV JUNE Z190t r of THE ONLOOKER r Coroner Phelps baa again moved hit office It coniliti of bit big rerord look and consequently li I not a big job to move Hit ant location was In tbe city hall but be laid that there war too much court going on besides other things to disturb him 1 his labon 10 be concluded to move to tho office of Squire Young Now he la I back to bit ordinal headquarter and thinks be will slick there When he moved to Square Youngs place he hap pened to strike a aeries 1 of court dan and found things llvller than In tbe city hall It li I hoped that be will make this till permanent location but you cant tell what the Judge will do out The boating season has I vt open cd up again Several bus < xo bro were several One skiffs owt I by Pa ducah people and used for pleasure purpose only but now very low such boats can be seen on the river Last summer the season war a little brisker than In the but several years and the present outlook Is I fo...

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. — 2 June 1901

f PADUCAH ICY JUNE 2 1901 THE SUNDAY CHAT IT THE SUN PUBUSflINQ CQXPANT u CoNaTRD 8 J rAJtrov ittsurer swd C < tilr Xmpass w MOITOK Aioclate Fditoi dH SUBSCRIPTION una 111 coptH y y Ot7oeby mtll ag OUII t > jr ctrrier o OPro rodI I TaxpoLLM fl Rilmd llhe pMtofficcit troth Kr M ecoad clua I matter 1 SUNDAY JUNES HOI ANOTHER REUNION OVER The Confederate Veterans met agali this week to fight snow la memory fertile flcUi die sanguinary battles of fortytjyears Vga To many who battle Ia i almost fought these reo 1U1loo are the happiest event of a long and waning exlttence A In maybe young men still but time flies fit and i largo majority an now watch log fife silent sunset and th < rhythlmio tread the familiar music the fluttering handkerchiefs the echo log cheers of the multitudes the frog not flu en bright young faces thai greet them w ai they march In stately ranki toqulckenlng martial strains awaken filings In their breasts that take them back again to the exciting days when ...

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. — 2 June 1901

I nm SUNDAy CHAT PADUCAH ICY JUNE 2 19Jy THE DAILY STORY 11 N 6 N1YNM vt + N N11 tirNltiW DT WILLIAM floss Cecjrtrtl 1M bf Dtlly Blorr Pub Co The air la the little back room which wai tbe policy writer lair wu tat Vhltlc Through Ut mote droway sir 1 those who leaatd la Unless Impillence upon the treaty wooden buck which ipnwled Iti trembling old lift aulntt ttt touth will tcircelr could dlitln 4 tulih the lodlTldtiil member of the tIIlarl larger group huddling across the way Theca latter were scanning with eager ittentlviBeti the flcuret upon a curt ously arranged chart which depended from the will Some of them bald la latblr peralao aleo covered with gun Tbe litter were Mt U row of two nnmbtrt each and teemed to beer relevancy to the tutee mile of tlmllir numbers rugd upon rte chart All of the fifteen ma Mostof mala of those crowded together In th stud lag party teemed la deep thought A ilal < ii Jet 1 burned feebly overhead la the room a center la th < fir toner j eopposite ...

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. — 2 June 1901

I THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KV JUNE Z fM 1 r I II I wtNIMY By UNCLE HENRY llewC6 6tid000t1tItiN eeeca CaooeleeoltltlNA A nearby neighbor oecuplea my thought a treat deal That ml feeling which make me wondrous engendered by all Mndlht sympathy I who orrow from the fact that death I hovers near ntera my mind on this neighbor Time and discus his not 1 with her and while I lit I dealt gently and think this neighbor lies at her home very 111 The family physician hat been calling real often and hla vli 1ta from the tint have increased rather than dimlnlihed The lint few weeks they were only occaaalonal a month later they had grown time they to be daily and for some have been aeverat each day I often tee the doctor come and go and his coming and going baa grown to be of much interest to me My neighbor I had known since early In her illness li I nearing dMtha door for the doctor his ao declared and I often think ofI I her loul lOOn being at the portal of eternity here to Had lugreaa to tko rc...

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. — 2 June 1901

1 nm SUNDAY atAT PADUCAH ltY1UNE2 toot I IN THE CHURCHES I a 1UT W Y Doric will preach at I r Flnt Preibytertan church Sunday I morning it 1045 oclock Song aer I vice conducted by Mr J M Bran I eon Sunday renlng at 749 Sunday choolet9SOa m Mrt M Bloke 4 Sap Hebron Mluton Sunday echool I at 201 Oclock Mr J D Mooqoot c Slip Mlipeh Mlulon Sunday school 1 at a oclock Mr Oeo IL Hart SliPI Evening union al llltpah Muilon 18 oclock Dr V R Beatie will fill the FlnlI I Preekyetrtan church pnlplt on teoood aDd third Sunday both l > ornlng ud etfnbg srenogWindsor Wlndtor Chapel 451 South Thirdsc itreet gospel amlcei every night at 746 lhb summer al the Union ReI I CM UUiIon Everybody cordially In I Tited to attend B W Ohllei PuI I tor tn Lla n Chiles Antitank 1 I Today at Trimble itreet Methodlit church the pastor will preach a opt I oUturmon to the children KetlTil t servlees at night This week the par tor will be anlited in a reThal by 4Iles E 8 Htrrli Rev Rants who preached the cloelng s...

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. — 2 June 1901

T 4 e THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KV JUNE 2 J90J ee e Iu c e U WAS DORA A FOOL t1 seueua uaai a e l jtd r cIq 4 j trx < < ra II he ttaelwas thename by knownwher known tall Which she was allThough hash I Though the appellation was a one the children who used it never tarred for a moment to think and the older ppl ibo should hart taught tuem better were cruel alike to Dora i and the children In neglecting to do ibis But waa Dora a tool there arc rea i I tons to doubt that she ma Webster says A tool is l destitute of reason of power of understanding of Intellect of Judgment and so far Don mar have bent a fool But Webster also says jC fool Is one who acts contrary to moral I and religious wisdom Is a wicked person and In this regard Dora was not afoot In spite of the fact the refined that she mar have shocked rensbllltleaot some by her actions or what she said Dora the fool accept ed pod and worshipped Him and though she did this In a way to Indi cate a weak or clouded mini she did It...

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. — 2 June 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 2 i901 fAbe UlecK in Society f I The Doing of the Smut Set the Put Six Dare f j tt T Pleaunt Event and Pencil Mention o < re j J rt SOCIAL CALENDAR l I TOE8DAT Untied Daughter Conmo federacy meet with Mn Thomas E Ii MOM In Arcadia at S P m The Open Alr Comedy In the i eveningTaetday Taetday afternoon dab entertained entertalneelI by 111 ADd Mn J K Worsen III I I the evening iI i i I I THURSDAY Magetlne club meet I I with Mn John P Campbell In the I afternoon il i i I s FRIDAY The MUtlonary TM en ter etnt by Mn Elbrldge Palmer In the enlnI I erenlngRENEW REVIEW AND PREVIEW I Hoclety bat not been exactly of I the lelare clau either the jad week There ht been a wedding I german a function In the way ofI I morning card party nrtnl club en 1 tertalnmenU and the more Informal affilnqnlt inffiolent to keep anybody I bllll and going to prove that the rdis hat been no rery perceptible slacken I lag of the mad career at yet And now that the June time hai com...

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. — 2 June 1901

1 1 THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 2 J90I d = 0 Great Auction Sale at the Jewell 1fStbr friJ JOHN J BLEICH 223 BROADWAY 2aducah < Commencing Monday Evening June 3rd at 730 oclock andcontinuing during the week at 230 and 730 P M BEFORE MOVING Into new location No 831 Broadway I have determined to reducQ my Hock to my do this I must make a big sacrifice and thU will be a great chance for v > j customers lock of 1 10000 worth friendi and the public to get big bargalni at my expense My of Diamond Fine Jewelry Solid Sliver Out Cbu China SilverPbtel Ware Bronzes wuu Clock In fact all my good which are only the best all to at what yon will give for them IF YOU NEEDt Knives Fork Table and Tea ipooni of the best maker now It I you chance to set them cheap Mr W P HAMUN of Rochester N Y a eorteou and entertalnlg auctioneer will conduct this auction and you may depend nothing will be I mlsrepn sented All are Invited the data especially At an Inducement to con Monday the opening night wil...

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