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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

EMM TUB PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APRIL SB 1901 MR F E LACK POPULAR PADUCAH DHUMMI SI ELECTED PRESIDENT Of tie f P AOther ral c anslB1 I Who CapJured State Offices ali i I Louisville Yester avI I i oA large trod I Loalst We April 1attended the state contention of Ihe le I 1 Travelers Protective Association hne lira tonight i and the banquet All today the election ofC II session ofI the aftcrooon I Mr Finis ELatkof B olHoeni took place for several years tecretir Cat Iadnoab ELatkofI I the was elected prttldenttt Kolb of Paducah wi Ur Loafs F h elected secretary and treasurer I Dr J H Coleman of Padncal II state surgeon Her J tt Reid of the Camille land Presbyterian thatch Padneal was elected chaplain l RAILROAD RUMORS i I N C AND ST L t ABOUT TO CLOSE A DEAL FOB ROUND I HOUSE SITE 1 I i The K C and St U rallroail wi probably close the deal for the tratl I r et ground near the Illlaols Central der I pot Tuesday The N C and St I railroad hll been negotiating for this piece of t i ground for t...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

T 40 orRAW 77 777 7 4W THE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN APlltL 25 10m GOLD DUST THE BEST Washing Powder is NOT NOTGUILTY GUILTY The Jury Brought In a Ver dict at 1130 Oclock This Morning PRISONER IS VERY HAPPY Ya ltifltF Tsanled the Jury There wit a Small Crowd and Very Little Excitement RUBEEN QUINN Will BE HUNG I 4 Frankfort Ky April 2OThfl jury li the casalgainst Captain Jar nett Rlplcy charged with conspiring returneda a a verdict of not guilty nt 1110 toromI I this morning having had the ease since 040 The verdict was reetve l without winch demonstration J5 Then was only a Bull crowd in the court room and there was DO ex citement of any kind When the Jury filed In amid 1m rule tlllMM there was scarcely a move or tremor noticed among the + P spectators The prisoner bore lumnelf well I wellWhen The verdict was handed th ° clerk sea he read I We the jury I I Jarf f said Thank yon lteoUmnI I I He was too happy to lOT much ort to discuss future plans Ho was warm 1 lr congratulated by hill fri...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 25 April 1901

TilE PADUOAH WEEKLY SUN APRIL 25 1901 3 A FLOOD i i I fLOODfEARED fEARED I i All the Rivers on the Rampag With More Water to Come DAMAGE IN UPPER SECTIO I Much Havoc Will Be Wrought 10 t Crepe In I Bottom Lands Everywhere All THE LATEST fLOOD REPORTS From UonJaji Dally The report from everywhere lad Sate high water It not a dluitron feed The river stages today shoe rtiM everywhere except St Loafs aid by tomorrow it it thought the riM hen will be rapid A private telegram from Pltrsborf states that the rise there li alma halt a foot an hour and by tomorrow will bare amounted to ten feet The weather bureau sent out thi I fallowing Saturday night Bxcesslve rains for the past twen tyfour to thirtysix hours over the upper Ohio watershed have caused a very rapid and dangerous rise In the pper Ohio river and its tributaries In anticipation of a flood of decided proportions warnings were issued of a 10 foot stage at Plttbsuife and danger line stages or over below Plttiburg at tar as Portsmou...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

l 1 I I I i I 1 be Pattuc b Sun lWEEI < LX EDITION PADUCAH KENTUCKY MAY 2 J90I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR OFFICIAL REPORT TI1K SCHOOL CENSUS IS COM PLBTB NOWBY IN CREASE Mr K B KlchAnliou who has beeu appointed to copy the school cou I nt has finished tho count which how the following school children by wards Pint ward White 806 colored 614 Second want White 530 colored 118Third Third rdWhlte 274 colored 02 Fourth ward White 412 colored 201 J7Fifth Fifth ward While C88 colored 208Blith Sixth waM White 230 colored 401 401Total Total SG78 The ofllclal report will be made out Tuesday morning and given In at the Int meeting of the achool board Tuesday night This years census shows a large Inenate over that of Uat year MCORMICK FIRED FIRST ASSISTANT LACKEY IN CHARGE TEMPORARILY The Governor Thinks the Inspector Report it Sufficient Consequently iHl Discharge Trankfort May 100 1 Deck hmMr das declared vacancy In the offioo of t Superintendent of the HopklnsviUe I wiylnm and First Assistant Lack...

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

The Pncluoflb Sun WEEKLY EDITION y VOLUME VUt NO 17 t PADUCAH KENTUCKY MAY 2 J90I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR m GATES Or N I The Pan American Exposition it t Buffalo Has Started TWENTIETH FORMAL OPEN The Cwcrnncnt Eiecutet a Noted Kenlcafi Bandit This Morning KIEIHNT WKINLEYS OVATION BCStlo JoIA y I Thegatet of Uw w 3anAmetlcanr exposition were opened thb morning There were good erpOld despite the fhrratenloff wrath despltethethnslrnlogweap IT The formal opening take place the twentieth rtwmtletbOU1Ltw OB LAW EXKCUTKD ItaruotlRo Meilro May 1 Ayrehe iKld a desperate Indian J1I outlaw was tbli morning eneea kl t t icnd r government deem A CONTINUED OVATION Jacknon MlM Mayl Prtisl rat MeKinl y tii again greeted by large crowds today In all the town he y fll throaith There wat a big demont nation here sal at Vlekttrarg Tilt f party reaelie New Orleaiu at 480 BOCKS80H NOT NAMED Frankfort May I A locomior to Dr E 4l MoOormlck laiwriatradent of the Uoiiklnnvllle asylun KM not then wuund Despite the ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

> Ij r I ao IJ v > J 1 a I n TR Fi PADUCAR WEIKL SUN Mot1901 0 1Wrr WW WVw k I OUR BUDGET I = OF FUN K Some Jokes Original and Selected tai eay II CI 11111 Once upon a lime aome aavaxn asplrlnc to be rlvlllied and observing with appr hrn lnn that the Kenlui of the AnaloSaioir rare wu falllnc be hind Itt whednle resolved to do the trlek themelrei Armntlntly they m nere4 their wlvea end children burned their homes and otherwise denolated their country Hut who they now eielalmed un easily if I to exterminate ay The fart that they had not foreseer this obvlOH difficulty shows how ex tremely simple they were For of u > urse their last ItO wu not tenslbly better than their SriL Detroit Jour nab slt rlnl sIII I Mother reading telejranO Henry I telegraphs that the game 1 It over and be rums out of It with three broken ribs a broken nose and four teeth out Father IalrlAnd who wonT Mother He don dont lay r Father Impatiently Confound It I all That boy never thinks of any i body but h...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

THE PADUOAH WEEKLY SUN 1fAY 2 1901d NEWS BY WIRE < Frankfort April 2111 is sail llhot efforts are being made to have Dr K II McCormick snriutendcnt of the llopklnsvllle asylum removed on tea utloual charts connecting him with a young lady attmilunt The governor hannt acted It sail that Dr McCor mlck has many supporters who 1I I the charges are unfounded and that the agitation Is I a result of spite llopklnsvllle April 21Qoltu a I sensation has resulted from the charges against Dr McCcrmlck an perlntennent of the Hopklnsvllle asp lumSome Some of the employes at the Insane asylum telephoned Governor Beckham to remove Snpt McCormlck It Is I said that the names of Bnpt MoCor mlck and MIs Howard Hannah Yorks names were linked I alleged scandal and that the trout + I le was started by Mr and Mrs W J Chiles who failed of appointment State Inspector limes was here end Investigated and the board ofeommls stoners exonerated McCormick Mils York was married last Sun day and left for Indtaunp...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

T rt t rUE PADVCAII YEEKLY SUNL HAY 2 1901 f The Paducah Sun arTueooN AND WUKLY IT THE SUN PLBLlSHWfi COIF JNJ iwcoarouTSB rraik U Fit ITnldtsi sd Kdlloi K4 1 PAtTO GI Ne earca SUBSCRIPTION RATIS Hunt ii Hit postofict > t rsdicsi XT > Mcond clsss mstttr TUX CULT ION Bvctrrltrptr week I I It BT rut per motthU tdmct 7ttetryeel4s e JJ 7ttetryeel4sTNR TH8 WWIKLT sUN Oat rby mtlt poslsft puda Add Tn 1 D dmUtl 1 OrtcasuBrotiiwivlTitirvsirBNtul i 2IPOII I THURSDAY MAY 2IPOI j I NO LOCAL PABTY VO 1ATJ 1 A local political party It I only in Integral part of a state political party j and a state political party of the nai lonal party If Republicans expect to prrKtro Intact their national par t t1 I and their date party they must main 1 tale their local organization The roII has been In the past tno ranch stray j 1 lag after false god among some of t the I 1 Rcpubicann A laxity In local atlal IIhlo 1 disorganizes niul demoralizes a ratn I I ahonM be reniidied If for no Olb rrot reason th...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

THE PADUCAI WEEKLY BUN rAY 2 1901y WlNN wmmmmmmm PADUCAH hOlD Tueoda 1I11T ItoiaTuudaitluilyThe f The cowardly mnrder of Flagman Hugh Lucia of Vlngo Ky while In the discharge of hn duty near Arling too U itlll a mystery A number of tramp had been ar rested inspected of the crime eight I Mug la jail at Cairo Yeiterday they were all relented but what ilgnlflcanoe this hai U I not stated The report that young Lucas I wn killed by the brother of a young UJy ID Dyenbnrg U i believed by a treat many It U I even retried that the young man hat contested l The air of mystery that larroniiili the later developments wonlil Indicate 1some temblanoo of truth In the reo Forts If It had not been d coverwl who committed the crime the trumps who acknowledge to being ou the train would probably not hare boon to suddenly released The big warehouse of U I and W 8 Ellison at IIlckmII was complete ly dettroycd by fire Sunday morning about 3 oclock The origin of the blare is 1 unknown The lou auioiuti to ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

It y C n THE IADUCAII WEEK Y SUNI HAY 2 1901 I DIED IN ASYLUM i From Saturday > aUy Mr George Ulrlch Lelmcr the well I at known grocer ant saloon keeper Sixth and TrlniMo streeti died thli morning at the Hopklnsvllle asylum 1 whither lie was sent cue week ago MrLeisner suddenly loot hli mind presumably over a fine of UO assessed against him in the circuit court two weeks ago for selling on Sunday He became violent on Monday April 1C and had to be Incarcerated in jaiL When ll bream apparent that he could not recover he WM adjudged Inune and conveyed to HopktnivlUo for treatment at the asylum 1I1 > collapte followed and death war donbtleti a relief to the afflicted man Mr Lelsner wu born In thti coun ty on May 14 1898 till parent bar tug both emigrated from Germany lie wa married to Mra Berths Lehrer on September 34 1889 and leave one ton Earl and two t1 children Mr Henry and Miss Rath erine Lehrer For many yeari he hail been in the grocery business at Sixth and Trimble itreeU a...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

L > + THE PADUOAH WEEKLY SUN MAr 2 1901 t ONE PURPLE WEEK 1 Something of Interest About the Splendid Preparations for the Elks Carnival Carnivalt t I TIIK BOOTHS llw Elks Carnlvul will to magulfl 1 out The arrangements already made < assure this luueli The arch en trinre 11 complete with the exception of tainting and decorating and with p 1 cw r1 hundred Incandescent light I will be ann of the most beautiful teaa t tune of the carnival i Th booth will to I finished next e weak All the couittnctlpn work II is ing rapidly pushed to completion i Ml the booth but wren hare been aleii Anyone desiring to flaw an IOiibit ou Inc street thonUl clone at once The Hit of grave on Eihiblt street is E 1C nonU Smith A Scott Tobaa io company Leigh Fruit eom > any Cochriui She company W n McPad J den K K Nleman Ne w Oily Steen laundry Friedman Keller fc Co Ilk merck Cigar company louts Clark ClatkL Ureekt 1 Confectionary K R Harbour Noah I T Ark P K Shuts I P Balthasar Forkelleer 1 1anli oo...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 2 May 1901

f < I 1 A r i e ti wwk ° TIlE PADUCAH WKKKLY JUN MAt 2 1901 HE GOES GOESHIGH1EEL HIGHE I j From UopJdIt Dally Mr W J Harahau former tupe InUndent of the Loulirllle iltrlilon of IMr I Illinoli Central hat been a 1 1 pointed chief engineer of the Illlnol I Central system with headquarters at I I Chicago The appointment wu tlppe In The Sun several days ago n1 will bo a source of much pleasure to I hU many f friend In Padncah u well aa other paces Mr Harahan is recently back from a long Tacatlon completely restore j to health and annmea hla new dude Wednesday Ho WM tuperlntcnden i i of the lionlirllle JliUlon for sever i I year and under hU able manage i II mcnt U became one of the belt on tbe I system Mr Harahan li I the eldest son of Mr J T Harahan former general manager of the Louisville and Nash rllle but now tccoml vicepreiideni of the Illinois CentraL Mr Harahan U I a native of Nashville and began I hit railroad career In 1881 ai mewen j per and clerk In the inperlntendenti off...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

r e y 1 r The Paducab Sun I I t WEEKLY EDITION I IVOLUME I VII II NO J8 PADUCAH h KENTUCKY MAY 9 1901 MrCLEAN SWEEP jBfe Governor Beckham Is Urged low Fire All Asylum Of fictalj LIKELY CANDIDATE TIPPED 1 Tne Stock Hnktt Witfttitfl the Greste1 1 Cicittrntol Ever Known In III Hiitory a TODAYS NEWS RECEIVED BY WIRE Frankfort Hay 8lt ti I possible that there will be s clean weep made la I the Hopklnsrllle asylum aDd all the present official discharged ThisM U now being orjted on Gorernor Beck ham by many of hla adrlsers and It would not be at alta surprise U he doMnt follow their sgrgojlons Then are many appTleatJon for the place aDd In the contest for the saperlntendeney Wright of Bowl log Onto and Dr Ombs of Frank fort are considered the moat likely applicant No announcement baa fti teen made of Dr McCormick soc cessor STOCK MAUKET WILD I j New York May a The stock mar let opened today amid the wlldeat excitement ever known Northern Isrlfln stock wee bid up from one forty to one eight...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

r Wr WEEKLY SUN MU II IDOL 1 < > THE PAOUCAU ONE WOMAN AND ONE MAN HENRYa + j > < o BY UNCLE I am Just from the little cemetery out hick of thus place from the burial I of nn old chum aud I feel de I IfflI I pressedThen what yon neat Is a nip 1 1 I have a bottle 10 lets try one Not a drol thank you Two week at the bedside of a dying friend and frequent serious thought about life hare left me with a new moire in mind I especially hope hereafter to bo anabitalner from liquor Then pardon mo for tempting yon old boy toyThe The wonl I quote were part of a I conversation I heard while paulng by train through a section of Indiana At a small station three young men whom I recognized by their luggage and talk were drummers came Into the coach and seated l themselves Just across the car from me Each one wai I full of lift Jolly to an Interesting extent and I unwittingly became In tereted In their conversation They had been chatting at a lively rate when the youngest who had all al...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

i t 4 REnlEnI ERIINot to forget our advertisements of the two past weeks regarding our GREAT SCOOP SALE OF MENS SUITS WHICH IN SUES A SAVING OF 331 1 = 3 PER CENT TO EACH AND EVERY CUSTOMER I OURS ARE RIGHT We Mean Our A NEWt STRAW HATS EDITORIAL NOTES I of ly A corner on whUkey l I < reported bl tram New York auk 1 Ii famine It pro dieted Its now np to tho loose njbtert to ontaulie a unlo n aud ttrlke far an increai Mr Bryan iluKi the antlnryaii 1 luorement In the tenth the work of flntocrati and thhaa nt be thlnkt I of everything el 1 set In accord with I I bi > teathlngt and 1 hlmtelf that It will I mount to nothing lint Mr Bryan I t s s It a poor guesser V touching Incident marked l Press dent McKinley welcome to Teia s yo te rday After the moil speeches a feeble oil Udy tottered 1 forward ami relented the pretldent with a small tilt flag of the Law Star ride 1 which be deferentially accepted She wai the wUlow of Anton Jonei the tar t 1 rrildent of the rrpnbllo of Texas Th...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

1 r tTbePaducabStin1 I I 1 arVtaNOON HD WIIKIV H TIE SUN PDBL1SIIKQ C8HPANI UlCOaFOUTBO Pet ktl tail Itnldeat i 4 editor j 1M J PUN Gntnl ar asa n I OIICMIPTION RAW Krr1 I Kattted It tit stcoad 10111 cliM taj ca XTt II TH DAILY IUN I xtyctrtltrpcr wt k e 11 I BT Mill JT Wnan a ItsWIprrtuIl ad S TOT WMUT IBM oas 7tttby aIL peals pfd I aUm Tn IU Mini Kr 11 OencaNearadt I Tt iI i I THURSDAY MAT UIUOI A DEMOCRATIO VIEW Mr Daniel E OSnlllvan formerly of the Lonlvisllo Critic aDd now of the Free Lance and a prominent Democrat lays In the recent Issue of his papery ofI I paperiThe The Rlpley trial at Frankfort prove conclusively that Tom Camp j bell hit amateur detectives ami pro essloual ronfeuori hare no knowledge e i I of who killed William Gocbel They I 1 yg bare thrown out a dug net hoping hoplns to enmesh tome one who will confess and clear up the mystery They are no nearer aolution than they have ever been The arrest of Garnet Rip i ley charged 1 with being an accomplice j In the as...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

1C r NNNNI I PADDGAH MMM Horn Tuixla Dally Mr J E Allen Ibo well known traveling salesman of the local Arm of Felt Bros died very suddenly at hU home Crab Orchard near Marlon III yttterday Hli house here re > celvcd a menage yesterday ttatlng r that he had dial but giving no far ther Information HU monthly ttate mentras received by the honta Bator day and the deonued l said nothing y about being ill 10 It It I thought by Mr fell that death came suddenlyF Mr Allen was about 65 yean of agd and a married man with a family He wee well known In Paducah having btf u with the same firm for the put tight yean trarellng through South era Illinoli HU many friends trill regret to learn of hit demise Mr Jessie S Young filed a com I minion from the governor appoint Inn him a justice of the poace to tnc teed llho late Jostle J W Little magistrate In the Seventh district In I the county court this morning Thli 4 li I hit qualification and hU many I friend will be glad to learn that he Ifb scent...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

s > 1UAV YOU SEE MSpringy M Furnltur A e i v OUR SPRINGBRoaB Yd Ira Extl p COTHES Ho us doldl 1 TAKE OURus G Mens Spring 10 a G 0 SITS AT + gRWIC Ejtry clothing house shows + iarjc B whatt t 1 no Did you ever com i Ind I them to In the theas J LUCKt I lI t 1 llye l you choice of Fifty tyles In Cheviot Scotch lanncls and Wosteds in lain and Fancy Colors M Hirti Uo Blue and Black Unfln F FOR Dr Pe g tlfaarbed Wostcds and Sergcs Thomas J1 adebyskLUedlaborllned i Kr baa flied ar > < nd trimmed in the molt I + rnptcy giving Us ubsUntUl way and If youo78102 I > mpare them youll find Tabortlccqua1 of the 12 Something Jcts elsewhere I t at Sam Gottsjl GottMai fiagih UNION MADE SUITSbunting flagvbi ents I k Ca bay A SPECIALTY thing In that ifi Iinaf I ryes f ax Mr Newt A Murray who wj FhlllppEXCLUSIVE r about Juno lit U < K AT 1500 TO 2000 0buOOlllam t groga There was a time In divs tone by bulb Merchant Tailor wit a + with the Bloom Bloommhycesitrthat m aoulafl rallone Hat tb...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

tl THE PADUOAH WEEKLY SUN MAY 9 1901 GOLD DUST THE BEST Washing Powder TUIRTYI I I ii TUIRTYPERISH I I Jacksonville Fla 17 4t lerdayt fire here wat the wont In the hittory of any southern city The total loll will amount to over 115 000000 and It It I feared that twenty fire or thirty persons perished In tho conflagration Chaos reigns and It li I I Impoulble to learn If any of the pco pie miming are safe There It uo law lettnett but the mllltla li I on guard The entire butlncst section of the dtl It In ache and numerous live hYlI l < n loot The are burned fart Daily defying the assaulti of water dynamite and the tcpnme itforti of the entire popiktlon aided by the Ere department of the namcront tit 1 trr cities Bach U the ud story f caned by the displacement of a bit of innocent looking wire which accident ally got Iota the ehrcddlng machine of the American Fiber company at the corner of Davit and Union street The lire tlatt l between the boon of It and 1 1 oleock p ro and owing to...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 9 May 1901

sTILE e THE PADUCAH WEEKLY SUN MAr 9 lIM CASE n AFFIRMED I MAJOR MOSS WINS UtS CASE IS I THE COURT OF APPEALS X i A telegram from Frankfort states that the court of appeal whole court II tilting affirmed the ass of Lynn agalnit MOM from McCracken county The nit was brought tome little tlmd ago by Mr Enoch Lynn inking for a dhltlon of the fee obtained by Major Thomat E MOM in the snit to break the will of the late Mr J L AllanL Major MOM wai attorney for Mra Joiephlne Spanldlng and aft r the will WM broken and be acnrel hit fee Mr Lynn brought lull to reo corer half claiming that ha had a contract for half for haling acted aa delectlTeWheeler Wheeler k Worten were attorney for Mr Lynn and Dlthop t Hcndrlck for Major MOM A demurrer wsa en > tered to the suit when It came up In t the circuit court here and iaitalne < l by Judge Unibandi who dlimiued I the cate which wee then taken to the court of appeal and decided In f aror of Major MOM MauTHE THE lAX RATE IT WILL TillS YEAR DE ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
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