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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday chat. — 9 June 1901

G A i 1 VOLUME I 0 PADUCAHKENTCK = KENT rrvem 0 fon NEWi ANEWROAL i ROAD t t S20OOO Will be Subscribed for th e < New Enterprise by the Town of Sebree Ky INDIANA ALIMONY CASE CASas asr r A Georgetown Mm be Burled to Burled In i I Coffin of Hit Own MkiTht Latest French Duel LAT TELEGRAPH NEWS CONDENSED s NEW RAILROAD e Bebrw Ky June 8Artlcle of Incorporation hare been filed with the > secretary of State for a company capitalised 500000 which will toDlion construct I Dixon Ky It will hare a conllnn ance toOwensboro Half of the ItO 000 to be raised at Smut ham been subscribed HOME MADE COFFIN Georgetown Ky Jane 88 Il Belle the oldest cUleeo of thle place aged 88 le deaL He wae quite an i eccentric character and aometlme I to sede a coffin In r 4lht he be buried Isle wlihed will be reiptctal and be will be burled t In the coffin made by hli own hauls BIO ALIMONY Indlsnappolls Ind June 118Es Bute Trr ainrer Scholi of Evansvllle will pay hip wife 10000 alimony and avoid a loll Thle ...

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. — 9 June 1901

1 e r THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 9 1901 I I i TllELITERARYouTLooKj Reading a good book even when It results In the acquisition of no ne thought U I still a profitable task for 1 the reason thtt It keeps the melltal faculties alive I I7WO I I RECENT HISTORICAL NOVELS A CAROLINA CAVALIER i I The Bookman tor June annouDcea I I this u the best selling book In Do ton which CON to prove that the di I of Wtbe historical novel It I not yet onr It li I a very readable story ot Her lutlonary day In the Carollnaa 1 b 1 George Carey Eggleston and U I mOlt a t 1 tractlvely gotten up the Illustratlo being a delight to the eye and an In 1 cltemcnt to read About men charmli looking people c In his foreword the author aa I Ihatt t and an unfUnchli Sense of honor lore and heroic devo tlon these atone are my themes And right well does he keep to hi themes The leading character si r ItthemcL fino Jypcs of the devo I ed patrolts who fought BO nobly tor the freedom of the plucky 70unl llepublle and ...

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. — 9 June 1901

THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 9 1907 MgaNrgwiONtatsfte rioeoecooaoueeo IIMoOHe j I fLIFES WAY e i By UNCLE HENRY I 4 Ci6eN0E6fNNirWetONt0600006006ppOtflCOaOC A tramp who was Healing a ride on a r AsIl As freight train fell off atj I hdeath Ixwkout n death beneath the wheels IDs condlic i condliclln that he had btcome wra Icon oll long alckntu ur hunger dw lost I ao hit hold u he rode upon ths buiuptr II e IIExcerpt I never read such Intelligence and ai fe It I Is a common Item I of news with to only alight I chance In the wording I l without something like s twang at my > i heart strings The horror ao briefly told a life ao shockingly ended true el truelatlon hopwhich trotioll ley l Iretth prompted the atolen ride re the tret that anyone loved ono abould bo the designated a tramp are thought which PI crowd my mind and cauie me to thud d > r Thla la I no doubt the case with other but with I me memory U I rOo tl freshed and a aid Incident of life la I C laIled reportorialr I W...

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. — 9 June 1901

t ยต e t I GRAND HOT WEATHER BAI GAINS FOR THE NEXT 1i DAYS AT THE BAZAAU Illtlttttl lr Just Received A Consignment of tIeo6awhlteshirteabtr These walttt comprise coo styles Leroy wad a piece ol ait in ItlI j I Embroidery Waists Intertlng Walrtt Beautifully Tacked WaUttBea fit effects U Sailor Collar effect I Linen WtUU Fine IHrulty W > UtaFlne Madras Waltta at ptlcts jo t cent lower than in jr home In Padneab Pretty trimmed While Walss lacks and Inserting at 7SC Other at ft ft JS itso J JThe The Most Original Ideas In Fine Taffeta Silk Skirt and Floe Impot tloni in Elegant doth Skirts 1 ISO Fine Taffeta tucked all over effect Well wot In 1600 to JiSoo J1 Sale Price 998 jja Fine Taffeta Silk Skirts betutlfnl effect in fine Flinnet Sklrti = F1 JuoeA St A 1iDeaatlal BeiutKnl effect fa fine Droad Cloth Skirts floe Venetian Cloth Skirts is Homespun fine Linen Skirt fine Pique Skirt fine Denem SUrf A nice Ll en Crash Skirts prettily trimmed at joe 7Sc f I oo up to i94 5 Millinery Milli...

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. — 9 June 1901

e I r y i r THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 9 1901 the Week in Society I I e The Doings of the Smart Set the Past Six Days I 1t Pkaiant Events and Personal Mention I > jl jl I REVIEW AND PREVIEW The pace that k till baa began to slacken quite decidedly and Society list hue enjoyed somewhat of a rut the I put week The enterUlnincnU have mostly been the small and early with tome outing affair by way of lurprbea lurprbeaOne One by one our friend do leave 111 tho old regnlan that the society reo porter can depend upon that li the clllbf The Magazine club hell jt2 < IIat meeting of the season the past week which make a flulih of the dub literary Some of the card doll I hm not yet gone Into summer ohllv ln and they form the staple interest Union rlitort arrive ami same big partlc are given er some excitement hxppcnt the trulyaoclal will icon seek a r out a verdant spot and take Iti turn e ti mer beauty stop allll l nothing will awaken It then A peep Into the future renal little for ...

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. — 9 June 1901

n THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KY JUNE 9 1901 = r MR DOOLEY REVIEWS THE SUPREME COURTS DECISION I By F P DUNNe Copyright 1901 by Robert Howard Russell I bee ald 1Ir Doole7 tb Sup nine Court has decided th constitution dont follow tb Sag lien who add It did uked Ilr I nelle7 1 It neueySome Dooley Some wn Mid Mr I dont an time ago ned a long happened bap > but I clearly bow It come up ra7mlmber th I I laid that IU7bere fellow lame I contltutlon went tb Sag was lure toI I dont believe wan wurrud ivi Itt I ro believefe I tt other fellow te cant fl III I th contltutlon n noe elpte I rrser eroucd hrfhere a It W nnu7 taken ItI I CC3 U1UA z7Y tJ he j CUck fk lIaspole Ita r > UC hes a bm a May In couch r lion Tit a bit coat with brut buttons onto It anlt walks with a coldbeaded I cane Ka old and feeble an It prefers I to let on th front porch an ammo th I chlWher It wuddent la > t a inlnjlt In thlm trophlcal clime Twud get a fourteenth amlndmlnt smile pain In th die befure th doctors cud...

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. — 9 June 1901

r tl t 1 kJ k 8 f THE SUNDAY CHATi PADUCAH KY JUNE 9 1901 Paducahs Furniture Factory Salel I I I I ytlI I lOUD OAR Lrithti lIut t IlocVtr as shown In above cot callOl1lltoro Oar store If f all of equal valne I I I OF INTERESTI I I TO W nIEN I Something Old Something New I hx Chiefly Borrowed and For YouI n I I 1011 I e asked my oalaty plainly dress ed meld why wprklagglrls wore such I I unit c the en the street Well you sm maam aha said half la pity half 1 la defense the poor things have DO other place to wear them Do you uppte that Is why so many of their mlitmsrs haLltuslly do the same Helen Wsttrnon Moody la The Ladles Home Journal for June An etl4 dinner table decoration was shown rmntly In Imdon where then were about sixteen guests and of course a large board The center wa set out an old fublosed orchard with X small arpl and pear tret growing out of enfl green turf Little gravel paths were neatly carved out and malll i bridges thrown ovw mlnla IIe streams Ibo whole looking mos...

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. — 9 June 1901

i m THE SUNDAY CHAT PADUCAH KV JUNE 9 IKM Jj THE UNIONS MUCH INTEREST IN ALL LABOR UNIONS IN PADUCAH > Cerk Unlan ta be OrgtMtt In May field This WeekNtw Unions In Paducah r r Workers han been The Brewery I formed Into a union with a beenI I I Ii ship of about 13 The charter anti 1nppllCfl 1 were sect off for Friday I I I night and will arrive In the coarse of The Installation will take R week place Immediately upon their arrlraL J This li the lateit union to be formed II I Ifa I j Paducah and speaks much for the iCI goal work being done In union circlet l I i The Bartenders Union cicurilou it given last Sunday on the steamer 1II 1 to Cairo was a incccu in l t every way The union cleared quite ita neat mm and will run another ex I canton out of Paducah lOOn There was the bell order on board When feI fe f the boat itarted It went with the m understanding that all boisterous poi son would be put oft the boat The 1IODI 1 of the role waa not ne ceultated except In one ov two cases Th...

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