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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 16 August 1906

01t ° I Y w9W nt I uniVOL t F VOL XVIII NO 199 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST 1J 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK STREET WORK CAN I lw ALL BE COMPLETE Mayor Yeiser Does Not Shun i j Apprehension ot Board Revenue Will Kxcrrd Expectation nnd Sit untlon IN Not lit All s Unusual rt xo TROUBLE l is NTICIIoUJI There will be no trouble about completing the street work mapped out for this year was Mayor Yet Bcrs reply to Inquiry concerning the action of the board of public works In referring street Improvement ordi nances back to tho general council The board of public works hat c been Investigating the finances of the city and falls to seo wlu ru money 1wlH be secured to pay for thit cltyi chare of street Improvements ordered In nddhlon to the streets to be Im proved with the bond money Tin board hall referred the matter ol financing It to the council lomake provisions It U said that only 2 2C1IO remains lu the citys hands for street purpose and that oho or dinary expenses of tho atreet depart m...

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. — 16 August 1906

0HE PADTJCAH EVENJNG SUNTfU11D1YX6VT e y X e < IB > R t = TRMOft FANS t J llis BXIIIBITIO I Indians Win First and Tic the j Second tonic I 10 Thfricfii Inning IlAjnl AVItli XII I ItocUlou Wlim Uorkiuwi dine andndttJIJt p 7 1 1iE iE LLOYDS MEN MAKB SIIOWINd v Team Standing I StandingP a P W I Pct Vlnconnes 101 CC 35 053 I Calm 101 C3 48 525 IADUOAII 99 l 00 411 VT Jacksonville lOt 01 W > 505 Danville 103 44 59 427 Mattoon 101 39OS 38C j Yesterdays Itesriltg Paducah C2 Vlncennes 12 Cairo 41 Danvllle 02 Jacktonvllle 13 Mattoon 3 jTodaY1I Schedule Vlncennes at Paducah double headerMattoon Mattoon at Jacksonville Danvlllo nt Cairo Twentytwo Inning of baseball In 1 I which the Indiana won In the nine In ning contest and tied In the thirteen I Inning gamo called on account of darkness shows how fast the Indian I a and Hooslers went yesterday It was a L pitchers battle from start to finish I and pitchers In both games showed up I well the Hooslera twirlers having a I shade to the b...

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. — 16 August 1906

rv n d r w vt ° r t tic R KEffl PADUOOT EVENING l uLTIntISDti J ttpUsTftI l AIMANY NEW LIGHTS ON CITY STREETS Board Public Works Locates All Hut TwcntyFlvc If 1 I HiMnirlloiiH jn Struts Oimldrrril lit Meeting niul Kitrn 1iilcg Or OrI rden Out i I 1 MAXV MATTKItH CONSIUKHKI At the meeting yesterday of tho tosrJ of public works tho mutter of paying R a St Iouta attorney for eurv 4fjes lu looking up the safcnoss of bondsmen for the sprinkler company was referred to President Hlnkleff wIth power to act 4 K 1 llwkman and Krcd KamI I r IpKcr on Kentucky avcniio west ori i Bovcnlh mrcut were granted tho privilege of 12 loot pavements In front of their property Tho rtrcct Inspector was Instruct id to hnvo contractors rem ova a i a pjrtch melting machine from Sixth el trect and Kentucky avenuo and to rrmovu debris from Sixth street be c e teen Uroadway and Washington litreel 1 I Obstructions in front of tho Wil liamson marble works on North Third street were ordered removed A contract for gu...

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. — 16 August 1906

Ur Mf r i i < J N1 N 1 > Aa10000RI < 17vJflTIIUBSPAYAOOUSTfe r tt pabucat sane I i AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUILISItINOCO INCORPORATIDK K M FURS Itetldeni m > J PAXTOK General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES Kiteredal the poatofflca tl raflucah Kj M second claY i matter matteri i By carrier per week 1 1 10 By mall per month In advance 10 By mall per fear In aarance UO AfJ a THE WEEKLY SUN I Per year by mall postage paldLOO Address Till SUN Paducah Ky orncv 111 South Tblyd TitirnoKM SM 1 Payne AYountChlcap and New York rep reienlatlret TIlE SUN can be round at the following places It D Clement A 00 Van Culls Bros Palmer Hooae John Wllhelmi THURSDAY AUGUST 10 CinCUIiATJON STATEMENT i July 23957 July 173966 July 33951 July 183954 July 4392 July 1939G5 1 July 639 1 July 203958 July C4019 July213961 July 73935 July2339H July 9336 Jul > 243940 s July 10393 JulyJ253987 July 113989 Jnly 264017 July 123999 July 278186 July 193964 July 28 3961 rr July 143968 July 303987 1I 1 ...

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. — 16 August 1906

v rdr i < THURSDAY AUGUST 16 tTHB PADUOAREVENINGSUNPiOllFm r r1 rFOR p I TOMORROW At I A 317 Broadway I BroadwayWhite White Linen Suit 398 White Skirts 129 Ladies Shirt 98c 0 t 4jIff 4 = LINES 1T For Dr Pendlcy ring 416 q C L Rrunson k Co have moved their flower Moro to G29 Droadway Or Gilbert jUstuopath 400 Vi I llroadway Phone 196 Ur J V yorli dentist 200 Fra c ternlty building Tho fortieth series of the Mo Ii 4chanlca Building and Loan Asun la now open This li n sure ten por t cent Investment where carrlcJ through tn maturity and pays six per cent on withdrawals Wo also have I money to lend Seo K M Fisher or H a Boone I Old Reliable Carlervlllo 111 washed nut and egg coal Is the cheapest Ilradley Bros Phone 339 One load of our coal will make you an advcrtlcor for us Bradley t Ilrof Phone 339 41Ak 4 Dr Reynolds oculist has re moved from Fialernlly building to offices over nilcjr k Cooks photo graphers South Sixth near Broadway The SUB office Is prepared to far t dab the very la...

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. — 16 August 1906

r r wialLia 1 1T T I n f + r > hMU tut IIIJI PXDUOXHi 1riNT1 1 1 I 1IJi THURSDAY AUGUST 18 t f pTE CHANGED 7 v i TO UNION DEPOT I Ninth Street Tracks Alan v i sdoned By Traction Co 11 t IFIt I Trip Mmlc Over Eighth Sires 111 eRr nt 4 Oclock Yes tcntajr OTHER IITs BEING HUIUUEn 4g g WJthout pomp or ceremony < the Paducah Traction company changed Its Union depot route yesterday of ftternoon lernoon and because there wero n 0 ed 7tnco newspaper notices or blow Inc of trumpet to herald tho fact m4ny residents walled In Tain for the care after work hours on South i Ninth I street At 4 oclock yesterday afternoon f car No 95 Conductor John Cook and f I Motorman John Beavers mado Ibo first trip over tho Eighth street road running from tho union depot to Howlandtown At Eighth and Ten nessee streets the curve had Just been finished the last trait screwed Inand the car wag ordered over t it The Ninth street curve was abanJ oned and tho now route will now b C used exclusively Other work I...

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. — 16 August 1906

tf AOH IBTBIT l > JPxm1 mJ EYENINa T TuIxSDIY urnrsr l Y i The Manager Of the B A L By VAUGHAN KESTER It J 11 I rCopyrlht 1D01 by Harper Lt Drothtn 01 X The Instant he saw him the doctor rose row his vent on the steps and t iauie1 quickly ilowu the walk There was nu mUtaklng the cordiality h < > pare lib Kreetlug for he Intended then should be none Mitt Emory too took pallia that lie should feel the frlendll iifis of her sentiment toward him CousUincc however appeared euibar rusKcd mid III at ease and DonlI face grew very white Ho felt that be had uo real appreciation of the changed l roll dill OilS since bis father story had become public property lie saw It 1 made H difference In Ibo way bill I friend viewed him lie had become I i burdened and It bad been I luit > osslblo for him to foreiteu lust how It would affect other but to these IWlIOulilioI > I was plainly a shock The very kludll ueK he had cx > erlcncvd at the linndsof the doctor and Mrs Emory only nerved...

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. — 16 August 1906

or A rIlE PXBTTGSH iBVENTNGIi SUN Tm 1 At1 ifif r 1RSUSCITATION 1 i OF TRAFFIC ON RIVERS PLAN OF FUTURE L < t v 0e Movement Has Already Become a General One And The Prospects For Inland Waterways At The Present Time Are Brighter Than Ever < Before In The History of The Countrys Steamboat Trade 4 Whenthe victim of Waterloo signed I the PurChase treaty which ceded the I Louisiana territory to tho Unltsd 1 States he said I part with on em I plre The Mississippi river drains a 1 Tally that In one hundred years will be the greatest power on earth I Before railroads Invaded the states the packets and catamarans played aI I most conspicuous part In the building I of our nation The growth of our nay I tional commerce was dependent upon their services Lessers rivers lightered I down to the wharves of the great fath er of waters the raw produce of theI I worlds widest and richest valley + the Intercourse between young and ambitious cities was conducted b > boat There were no lines th...

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. — 17 August 1906

1r t nb1ttnb btniug n1i VOL XVIII NO 200 PADUCAH KY FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 17 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK a h r 11 COAL OPERATORS 1 AND TRAFFIC MEN I I Talk Over Situation For Tho 1 T > r r 11f ll OIl f 0e + Illinois Central Inpared to Handlc I Full Output of Mine along iIt System r Systemi I 00 TO KVANSVIMi i TOMOHHOW t i Tho Palmer house was filled with 1 coal operators and railroad offitlals I this morning It was all bucause t of r t a meeting of coal operators and I railroad officials to discuss the win ter coal business and every thing t points to tho biggest coal business this winter ever known In this stale uWo expect the biggest coal bust ness wo have ever handled Mr J s Henry Scheulng superintendent of the Nashville division of tho Illinois I Central stated al Tho Palmer Th e meeting this morning was held for the purpose of discussing the situa lion and preparing for It The rail road desires to know just how much ti coal will probably be handled the output of tho mines probabi...

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. — 17 August 1906

PAWL wiveWIlE PADTJCAHu EVENING SUNyFlilfiA v AiroUBT i 1 t 41W TIE GAME = WITH YINCEHHES F1vc to Five When Darkness Intervenes in Twelfth Blow Work In FWiI Awmnln for C Indians InnliiUly to AVln From fliti ° 1 i r f s e AXB JACKSOSVILLBiCKOWfas Ul 1 > t e7 r 1 Team Slnllllltt Slnlllllttbil L Pd Vlncennes x CO 30 653 Cairo ji 4G4 48 S2G Jacksonvile162 EO 510 PADlCAll Jr30 40u nos Danvillo j V4 109 427 lattooD tH37 G3 3GI 11 Y 1 estenla QItesults Jaducan i VlnccmieT l 12 In r nings it JI CalroDanllIoCrau F Jacksonville 3 MaTtoon 2 Sclsedue s Today Schedule Vlncennes at Paducah Jlatloon at JacksonvItlK Dahvllle at Cairo Cairog 2 I Thirteen and twelvo makes twcn tyflve Innings and this lithe num s ber of the Hooslcrs and Indians bat tied without any results Il Is the record The feat of tho past two days will probably remain the rec ord for years to come r Wednesday the Hooslcrs and In dlans battled In a doubleheader anl the Indians won tho first The sec ODd game went thirteen Inning...

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. — 17 August 1906

n j c PAGBTHKEB > Was P335TJGSH EYENINQi HUH k 1 > < ± o rSCARES r BURGLAR BY FALL FROM BED i William SninllcyH Sulnry At tracts Tlilcf 1 e XItilor Kw n Wilto Man Wnll + g Xeor HoiiKn mill Wltn + r the Attempt WIFK M J AW1KKVKI IlV XOISK 4 Mrs William Sniailey was awaken ed tram her slumbers at 1 oclock Ihla morning to sec a burglar trying to pot Into the window She screamed and her haiband was so startled by his sudden awakening that he fell out of bed netting to night l limo burglar Mr Snialley resides at 190C Clark street and thinks the burglar had e1 been laying for him to come home y with his monthly ralary after cashing tils railroad check Mr Smalley Is t employed In the Illinois Central pfan tleg mill and did not leave the home last night He had secured Ills check had It cashed and BUBO home The Mlswi niewett reside next daM to me ho explained They saw 1 a low built man whom they took to bo white prowling about the vicinity of my house early In the night They 1 saw h...

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. — 17 August 1906

n a 1 yr 2 r 2t PAGE FOUR II1II F3H3UO3HB EYJ3NESHI BHU FRIDAY AUGUST 17 V T a ucah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY IT THE SUN PUBLISHING CO S INcoAPONATtnF F M risnia President tint J P Alton General Mutter SUBSCRIPTION RATES JI end n tae poitoflte at Paducih Ky M eood c1au maMer THE DAILY SUN Br carrier per week I 10 By mail per month la a4nnOllo CO tly malt per jetr m l adyece ale c THE WEEKLY SUN f er year by nail postage pal4IOO Addreu THE SUN Padueaa Ky i t orncs Ill South Third Taiipaorrn t6s r T Payne A YOlal 0110 M4 New York rep iwmlallTe t JewDUtlverTILE THE SUN cu be IOUM M Uit tallowlac 1 plaoeai IIR ClemenU ft 09 Van Cullo Bret Palmer HOUM John WllbemL WllbemLFJUlI FKIDAV AUGUST 17 CIRCULATION STATEMENT July 23957 July 173965 July 539511 Ju1y183954 July 43952 July 193965 July 53951 July203958 July213961I July 73935 3u1y233944 July 113930 July 2439C0 July103923 July 25 3981 July 1139C9 July 264017 Ju1y1Y3999 r 3u1y278385 July 173961 July 28 3961 July 143968 Julr30 3981 J July1C...

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. — 17 August 1906

lr l d r 1izS r 1izSrna t ¼ 1 rnroAv Ararat 17 tz THE PADUCAH YENINaSUNPAall > dFfs > 1 r FOR TOMORROW I 317 BroadwayF 317 Broadway dWhite Linen Suit 398 f White Skirts 129 Ladies Shirt 98c A AI I LOCAL LINES I For Dr Pendley ring 410 C L Brunson Co have moved their flower store to G29 Broadway Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 Broadway Phone 190 v Will iM I Greek Ins bought out tbe share of his partner Capt Joe V Woods In the confectionary and soda h k water business on the Ilroadway pike opposite Wallace park station Dr J V Vorls dentist 200 Fra ternlly building The condition of Detective T J Mooro Is I sa much Improved that It la I thought he will be removed home to morrow from Riverside hospital The fortieth series of the Mo choulcs Building and Loan Assn Is I now open This Is a sure ten per cent Investment where carrlol 1 I through to maturity and pays six pvr cent on withdrawals We alto have money to lend See F M Fisher or B G Boone Old Reliable Cartervllle III washes nut and egg...

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. — 17 August 1906

Fnmt tx ilsr 1 + fl4Fnmt r ML En i03N3 NL 1l fl4 flaw I B 1i1011S BOOM FOR PRESIDENOY JI I 2 fit f j J Launched at Convention He1l1 nt Dnnvillc x 1flYt 4 t I 4i i rIt Uncle Joe S11 II ta ci rign bn t t It rd of H < > o tell and This I tIIlKIfH j I p t WXOMIXATIO fenViVTKFATII XOMIXATIO 1 I DanTlll 111 August 17 The convention of the Eighteenth Illlnol rooereulonal district renomlnato 1 Joseph o Cannon iforUhe eighteenth consecutive tinge being the Revet tbeuth nomination bY acclamsllor There was the greatest enthusiasm c especially over the ° prospective can dldacy of Mr Cannon for president Mr Cannon had not Intended to launch a bootiyfor president at Ihls convention but tho pressure of hla supporter was so great as to swee away hIs wishes In the matter Mr Cannon supporters In 11111 I own district will likely urge the < Elate convention to make similar en doriementi There atoms To be situ doubt that this will bedcae CllIlIi01l8R WeCII Mr Cannonsafter the passage of a resol...

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. — 17 August 1906

sS e Y a ° r fit Igor IHH PXUTJDSH EVENITO BUS n Axel mm BOOM lH I FOR PRESIDENCY I tt r < t LlMiicliril lit Convention Held ar1I1Chrll I V at Danville 1 UdPie Jut Says Ia I ty Casa Stand Oi I Itacord of ltgtgU An1 TliU CrllgrcM J BKVfcXTIirATH fpmsTIOS nJFnrilfe III Aujuit 17 The con 1I1101l of thOElghtocntli Illlnol conjreiivMl Jlitrjct rononilnatei I Jostb 0 cannon torthe elghleeutl I ton Kuilie ilnie be fig the seven tevnUti nomlnatloa by acclamation I Theft was ibe greatest enthusiasm espial over the pro pcctlve can dlda > or Mr Cannon fur president Jlr linooo 1 haiTpI not Intended to launt i a toorajfor president at thti conrt iilon butitbo preixuro of lilt supp < fter was f no great as to sweep away an withe In tho matter Mr Gouoos supporters In bl own tlttrict will likely urge the < Elate i mention to make xlmllar en dorteiltnu Them puma to be little a doubt bat lull will bujilc IK ti J tmiii < ni NM > orli Mr annoijV aflr the passage et a rHO nlon inilonlt...

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. — 17 August 1906

AOK 8EVEIY BHB PXBTJCGaffl JSVENIKO 1ftl1If imnur AUGUST ir II 1 I The Manager a er J i 1 IIa II the B fA A A2 By VAUGHAN KESTER f Copyright 1001 by Hirpir O Brothrn Hn took a lager from Ills lOCket opened It and bnnded It to the doctor a gtiew you can BOO to read this If you will step nearer the street lamp The letter was an offer from ono of the big eastern lines While the doc tor knew very little of railroads ho hos s ono and was Impressed accordingly Id 1 tnko It ho sold I wouldnt fritter unrity wy time here Precious little tluinks youll ever get I cant honorably break with Oen alern Comlxli In fact I Imve already declined but I wnnl M you to see Ibo letter I am orry for your sako that you dill You are sure to have more trou fill PalaSo So inurli the more reniiou why I should stay I mil quite frank with you Uaklry Some strong Inllucure U at work No It bannt to do with your father You cant well be held ncrounlntjlo for his acts actsIlyilrrs t Ilyilrrs laiifililor rracbnl thrill a...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 17 August 1906

411EsEC1311P JOAN EVENINa I t TT FniDAV APGU8T IT J Jt 7Ai The Manager > > I erts < A Ay By VAUGHAN KESTER Copyrllllt 1001 by Itirptr Ii Brothrn 11 4Lin took a letter from bis rocket opened it nnd Imndnl It to the doctor I t BUCC you can see to read this It you will slop nearer the streot lamp Tho letter was an offer from one of the hfg eastern lines While the doc tor knew very little of railroads ho hec c understood that the offer wng a flue I ono and was Imprpused accordingly Til take It ho mild J wouldnt fritter nway my time here Precious little thanks youll ever got I cant honorably break with Gen slera Coni bob In fact I have already declined but I wanted you to ace Ibo letter I am sorry for your sako that you did You are sure to have more trou y ble bleBo Bo mucli tho more rcnsuu why I should stay I nm quite bank with you Oakley Some strong Influence N I at work No t It hnisnt to do with your father You cant well bo held accountable for bis arts artsRyder I Ryder laug...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 17 August 1906

> I F rte ee t iPHB PADUCAH EVENING SUN FniDAV ATJGTT8T 11 I 1EEPERSSUED l = SUED OHBONDS t City Seeking to Recover 81 000 From Two of Them andsJD t A fortnlU1llJ D Orr r treat YrMark PrfcwtaBU fa circuit bun nTi8oIJdtor SOUdlorr 1 Bit HOWKUJ WANTS BENEFITS era Suits were 81 I today In the cIr cuit court by Cltylp BolcHor James Campbell to recover on the bonds of J D Ourslreet jiM 1 A Morgan whose saloon license were revved The lulls are forvllOOO eacii over street conducteda saloon at eighth and Boyd street and Morgan ai SSS Washington street Overstreets bondsmen are Tf J Bergdoll and Wflj Ham Hoerber Thei Illinois Surety company Is on ttiii bond of L A Mot gall i Saw fop Sick Drarflbi r Dr tD I Howell the well knows dentist I lIal 1I1e4 two suits In circuit cobra E > ln V IniaraiTea companlei to collect money tor lii kneuOne Is against the Aetna Life Insurance com pany and the othcr against the Trav elers Insurance company lie states thai he was taken IIior appendicitis and ...

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. — 18 August 1906

s 4wT F p limb z w c 1 vf A L 4tQ Sr I M irw 1 F 5JJt nbntaf tttittg ttj VOL XVJII NO 201 PADUCAH KY SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 18 1906 10 CENTS PER cYEEKe GOI i OUT FOR HELPER rid II Discharged l for Wrangling With Assistant Paymaster Committee Vnlln on Master Me r rhanlc and Carry Case to Of aces of Union I It ItRMARK ABOUT WHITE COLLAR Because J Carroll assistant to Paymaster W Newell wore a stiff collar and shirt and refused to nccom slate a blacksmith helper In the lo cal Illinois Central shops the Illinois t Central blacksmith shops are Idle to day and the entire force ut 31 black smiths and helpers U out on a strike It It I said that It means either the t removal of Carroll and reinstating the helper or a continuation of Idleness In the blacksmith chops The entire shops will be affected seriously If limo t matter la not remedied Immediate a I May I have my check now C E Averllt the helper asked of Car roll as the latter walked towards the door of the master mechanic office s to ...

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. — 18 August 1906

t w f jtlU lr r a v pJr n A jtl r f 7 PAGE TWO F ffHE PADUCAH EVENING SUNAtTUIIDAY AUflUHT is 1 6 r Ntr A EM N t X XTRAORDIJVARV Iih e K e n r u VKy l ONE NIGHT ONLY THURSDAY AUGUST 23 d GR ND OPENING SEASON 1906 = 07 Magnificent Scenic and Electrical Production f Just as presented for five months in Chicago y ifc Last Years Great and Brilliant Musical Success TEE SHOW WITH MUSIC t THE 4NG HITS Stories of a Summer Nightf f Waltz Me Around Again Willie Down in r the Everglade rru On a Crocodile tru Drink to the Glorious Night Si t ttll J x LVu r i w + r 9 JIB EVERYBODY WHISTLES THESE Can You Keep a Secret MHtmplulu Sweethearts of Boyhood Days I Was Born on f Friday Not Because Your Hair is Curly r A Music Play In Three Acts by Howard Hough and Adams A Glittering Array of Show THE BEST SINGING ORGANIZATION Girls I or ORGANIZATIONg a with Johnny Fogarty Mabel McCnnc Geo L Cox Ethel EthelGrQ Dovey Clarence Kent Justin Cooper Mabel Addington Leo Kendall r J Company of SO People I n clod ...

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