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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 28 May 1906

rT T E5BTJO r 4 KiNG FOR fA DAY I 11 Ij a I In LEMUEL JONES C L E was chief commissioner of Burma Lawrence EI I cantnln of the tramp Meomer Newcastle Maid was hls brother More than that they were twin ni L k IlkAn two drops of water It was kismet that Sir Lemuel should rise to bo chief couituURloncr while It was Lnrryt own fault that ho was only captain pf a freighter but they both chi after l IletaijoJNt themselves each nfter his l kindOho morning In November the New castle Maid glided up the Irawndl and iwung to moorings Just off the main wbart nt Itangun Larry bad not seen M his brother tor yearn and for tho mat fl ter of that did not card It many more yeah passed before lie sow him Their n path ran nt right angles Ho was there tor a cargo of rice uot to renew family ties It wan bwnuse the chief engineer of 1 the Newcnutla Maid was a man after Ills own heart that lie said licforu go ing ashore 1 dont want to get Into s a gale here for Ive had a Mter from yf tho owners over that l...

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. — 28 May 1906

N r < II tiI I ti + E J ± J PXDTJOAE EiFlNm stJN JHOOTIAT MAY uu 4 + ANt S I REAL ESTATE i MORTGAGES f MORTGAGESLOANS LOANS iI iI iI t 1 Good 4 room house on Harrison St between 17th and 19th In Fountain b Park on 50 by ICC ft lot at 11025 cash Lot on Tennessee St between 8th i and 9th at J37G cash Some bargains for colored people In homes on monthly payments See This Good 4 room house on lot 40 by 165 ft on South Side of Madison St between 13th and 14th only 1800 of this 50 cash and balance In R monthly payments Oet home with > your rent money Hare other houses to see on same fi class payments asjow as 650 Now nice 4room house with hall andr i hot and cold water connections shade trees CO foot lot on North Madison street between 16th ana Fountain avenue In Fountain park Excellent home nt 1800 i Fourroom cottage In first rate condition on North Seventh street at I9EO Thlrteenroom house lot 90 by 3feet < to alley 2 bath rooms sewer connections hot and cold water i throughout...

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. — 29 May 1906

t biii nti btniti i j = VOL XVIII NO 131 PADUCAH ICY TUESDAY EVENING MAY 29 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK HONEY IN TRUCK I AT VILLA RIDGE Farmers Organize and Reap Hick Harvest Receive Twice An Much As MeCnick en County Grower for Inferior fltIIIlI f t i r v I RBABOX KASHA EXPLA1XEI rs C I never saw the valuo of the right sort of organization demon strated better than I had It shown mo by a little < rip 1 took down to Villa Ridge 111 just seven miles from Cairo Saturday said Mr Saunders A Fowler today The llrcx > kport Fruit Growers association all association of farmers across the river was going down to Investigate a similar association at Villa Ridge and I joined them and was surprised uj well M Instructed by the trip Saturday strawberries were soil Ins there at 1210 a craie and I saw 250 wagons drawn up at the associa lion headquarters between 2 and C In > thc afternoon loaded with her ries Thai day the association ship Iieijyml 1 ten car or 5500 crate of bernos which netted t...

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. — 29 May 1906

EsD1YJllYlse jJ 1 mEPxDUDiiJ BU j V i 1J1A J 1 J rf fJ J I i < 1 t TWBLikYDH NGST OF HARD PLAYING Lands Iutlucah Safely in the First Position IIIgjJlI Downing < Is Feature Ihhlm Ufo lint fiullock In Form Few lilts L t II I MATTOOX VIXSFltOJI CAIRO P ream SUnduig TeamStandhtglv W Lv Pet Iniluenh 10 10 011 Vlnccnncs 15 ll 577 panvlllo 14 12 533 Cairo t 13 12u00 Jacksouyilio 11 13 IBS Mattoou 7 17292 ltluyo oJlIc1tlllif Cairo at Mattoon Paducah at Vluccnnes Danville at Jacksonville Yesterdays Result Paducah it Vincenueg II Danville 7 Jacksonville 5 f IMattoon S Cairo C 7 V VIncennc Ind Way 29Jt took tho Indians 12 Innings to defeat flu Hoosiers but the trfck was to Wads Nlpporjt In the ctond lng was benched for throwing a ball at tho um plro and big Iat Downing caught tho remainder of the game out Tho hits were four and far bctween thonmc weenfhelt1lncbeIng being confined to bllilball playing on Infield and outnod Tadlock showed up In great form and Whltlcy was also there with th...

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. — 29 May 1906

Ai Jr t > < y = I CO mmtBAi FQR i l4 TOE HBIISPH RH l iL Third Pan Alnerthan Congress Convenes uly 21 sllle Janeiro WlllKiitrTtnlii ltrpiront ntlvcx of Itijmbllr In till timej j I LViiiiiiart ° 4t ttt I J i SlIIUKCTH TO UK DISCUSSKl 1 I Washington May ITho plans for tho third International conference or American republics aro perfected I the program has bcoa adopted the delegates have been appointed and It f1 twill meet at Rio do Janeiro on the 1i 1 1 i t 21 > t nf July next In order to nrrntn modato somo of the delegates who havo Important engagements In the fall It his been decided to limit the session tn tho first of September thus 1Jjtiting six weoks for the discussion of s the suhjcete that will bn proposed Thu delegates from the United Status will be William 1 Buchanan of Sioux City Iowa chief of tho department of ag riculture at the Worlds Columbian utposUlon inlnstcr to the Argentina n publlc director general of f the Pan Amcrlcan cximiltlou at lluffalu firs ministe...

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. — 29 May 1906

I ° X JXTOWDAT MAT 20 1 JTHH P33JUOSH fJYE + t MA tom r 1 t r te jpabncal Sun < t T ArTKRNOON AND WKKftLf BY I HE SUN PUBLISHING CO encoacoRATli uvn M ritgew YrotCeataadSUwr aui J PAXTOH Oearal I MUM SUBSCRIPTION Al1t81 lYaeaed a the putofflc M PaJeMb Le < stood clut miner TilE DAILY BUN flj earner per i k II Bj mill per month In toafIDto 61 ey mroll per jew IB toafNl08W i THE WEEKLY BUN yea by mill postage p Jfl IN AOdrtu TIM BUN Ptd tK > urna III soattTSIra I TaLnon 10 II I i f TUB BUN OAII M roo P At tae rottow Iwo PLACIt R D Clements ClIo Van Cnlin Bra Pihner Douse 1 i 11 I TtKSIUV MAY II CIRCULATION STATEMENT April 23893 Apr11163982 i April 33883 April 113976 April 43888 April i86404 e April 63891 April 19018 t April G3909 April203995 April 73910 April 21 3995 t April 93911 April 23399 Apr11103905 April 24 3988 1AprI111 3970 April 25399G I Aprll123946 April 264006 Apr11133984 April 27 4018 I Aprll143984 April 284O12 t non t April 304002 Total nrn1 < i1004iO Average ...

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. — 29 May 1906

< < < 1 L I L TOWTOAT MAT Pr THE PSDUOAHi EVENING BUN PAOBFIW I 1 II This is the Week for You to Get Busy t Our Great Stock of While Skirts and Soils New Line t fact t Arrived Som Rpnulies is What We Are Showing Some beautiful Princess Robes made of French t muslin lace and Swiss embroidery Prices from 19 to 45 These arc new and exclusive and be fort they are all gone wed be glotd to have you come in and see them l < LOCAL LTJVJiS T1 y For Dr Pendley ring tit choltO of all our geraniums 6 cents each C L llnmeoa Co Why bother get In line and clean out thoso mean roaches mice f And rata Uso Kamlollura citorniln atop Mr pcb Ouril climbed on hit roof yesterday to perform a job of chimney s sweeping llo fell from tlio roof and 1iuslelaed uUrJ boors but fortu nately no broken bone People t whO have patronized transfer companies elsewhere wlll bear ts out In the ilatetnent that our service U I second to none and prl tea lower for like eervhie than In any citylet ui serve you Pa...

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. — 29 May 1906

c WOMANS TRIALS I I Her Bitter Disappointment G I Thoblltcrtrlillln womans llfo Is Wl r bo chlldtasa Who can toll how hard tho thoI struitftlo may have boon ere she learnt to I toslgnlroraelt to her lonoly lot lhe nb Kcncoot this link to bind marital life to gether the abtenco of this ono pledgo to mutual affection Is I a common disap pointment Many unfortunate couples bocomo estranged thereby Krtm It they do not drift apart ono may road tho wholo apart extant of their disappointment In the eyes of such childless couple when they rest 0on the children ot others To them tlio largest family does not seem Uw numerous It will rather appear to them that thorn I on whom this blessing has been most richly bJlltowed hardly value It mostI I clently t clentlyIn cases of barrenness or child I lessness the otetaclo Is Itlessnas to cJilldbaarlns It easily removed by tho euro of weakness onI I tho part of tho woman Ir Ilerco Fa i vorite Proscription has been tho moans of restoring health and frui...

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. — 29 May 1906

r i r r stii B8 r Y HBOB KUDTTOOT EVENING tf Ptaii j r I21 KING I FOUL JA DAY k I r her Ifin imliirnf order of things Sir ICDIUOI bad to respond to the tonit of Tho Queen Now tho ncxrotnry had l S very carefully and elaborately pre r pared the chief cpmmluilonerii speech for thls occasion Blr Lemuel had con clontlouijly miiggod It up and It ho had not at t lint moment been n prison er on l onnl the Newcastle Mnltl would have delivered It with a 11010110111 sin Itcl cerity which would have added to his h laurels as a deep thinker mid brilliant speaker Hut Ibo captain otn tramp trnnier with a inlxftl cargo of sherry hock and dry monopole In his stomach U I not exactly the proper i > ernon to de liver a dtntlitlcal semloUIclal otter s dinner spoocb Mlicn Ibo captain rose to his feet time secretary whispered In hits ear Ior heaven sake dont say anything About the judicial wife Talk about da colts but the spnch so beautifully written no ucld In Its meaning end so complicated in its de...

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. — 29 May 1906

< cJ r < < rJ o < r7 rn v IlII J4J I I1 F lL ta l pJ lv 1 ff TT T Perhaps yourmotherhis thin hair I Hun Ha BUllhalls no reason why you must gyhair through life with half surved tJ J hair If you want long thick heavy hair you must feed It Feed It with a regular hairfood Ayers Hair Vigor Wellfed hair stops falling out keeps soft and smooth and grows long and heavy Feed your starving hair with Ayers Hair Vigor i tC v + ° rc WILL HAVE VOICE IN IMMIGRATION Padndah Representative Goes to Conference in Juno Secretary Coons of Gmimrrrlnl Club Member of Southern States CumminJon GOVBIlMm NAMES DHMXSATK Paducah will have a part In the dis tribution of desirable Immigrants Inthc couth In response to a request that D W Coons secretary of tho Com merclal club be appointed to rcpre sent Kentucky on the Southern States Immigration commission which meets In Now York June 4 and 5 a tele gram was received by Secretary Coons this morning front Ed Leigh Gov Brckhams private secretary Inform...

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. — 30 May 1906

t < c + a it ttli9 ft Pit Ml < Mr It < l V 4 VOL XVIII NO 132 1ADUOAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY J30 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK F AT PORTSMOUTH i 4 l DECORATION DAY A4 I President Roosevelt Dellven An Address SlillIkII Under 1 Ampin of Inuy I anti Navy Union nnil OIVH i H < niic Sound Advice s P M y HKeKlVIM A OUAXD IIKCKITIO > S4 Portimoulh Va May 30 Pres F Idetit Roosevelt arrived this morn ing on the Mayflower When the yacht paused Old Point Comfort tie II t fort fired A salute of 21 guns Tin president was given n rousing recep ilon on hll arrival here Soon after ha proceeded to the cemetery he de llvert lho memorial day aJdresi under tho ausplcns of the Army and Navy union union1rrkliUiiin s 1rrkliUiiin SHtcli < yk President Rnoievolt made nn elo f wIibt quest address to the assemblage He r A raid In partr This day Is hallowed andacred In our history for on Uric day through out the land we moet to pay homage to the nuaiiory of the valiant dead who fell In the great c...

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. — 30 May 1906

a 1 jD BASE W EVIR S0stt AIM Indians Never Get to it While Vi1 eel Marked up Nine r Tlo1 Again for First Place bnt Padu cah Tackles Tall Fru ersCairo 1at Vlnccnnes tc t1 ALL TIlE NEWS OF BASEBALL r i Team Standing 1s W L pct Podacoli 10 11 OJ Vfnccnnes 10 11 5U Danville 14 13 519 Cairo t + 14 13 519 Jacksonville 12 13 480 Mattoon 7 18 280 Yesterday RcsolU Vlncennes 9 Paducah 0 Cairo 7 Mattoon C Jacksonville 27 Danville 0 When They Play Paducah at Mattoon Cairo at Vlncennon Jacksonville at Danville ell AU play doubleheaders Vlncennes Ind Way 30 Brilliant fielding and hits made In bunches woo the game for Hooslers yesterday and forced a hen fruit feast on the Indiana Farrejl was In great form and not an Indian reached third base Three double plays were made and every body bltJ Chenault who was traded to Vlncennes by Paducah was seen In right field and got two of the bits made He played good ball The Indians did not seem to have tholr batting eyes but did good field + work The score In...

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. — 30 May 1906

H t ri I PAaa I 1 ITHB PADUOABFi II NINGJ S 3 art WEDNfiftDAY AY Mft i i FIGHT FOR I C SURELY GOING ON Edward Harritnan and Stuyve saRt Fish ill Stzaugle t r V Iriyldoiit Miiki labile IttlHllt of 1IU y 1 Htcviinl > lil > for Nliiytwu A y Years 4 I itiLMts iitiixis TO ins SIDE IiI I Chicago May SQA1I doubt that u struggle Is being waged between K < U I Stuyvesantt ffs t J Fish for the control of tho Illinois ffCentral road were removed today when Jlr Pith soot out a statement to the incmbcn of tbo board and alto gave It out for publication Tho linen have been tightly drawn and the struggle I Is undoubtedly on to a finish The Mtatoiucnt which tho Illinois Central president has prepar d gives In mlouto ilutall the remits of his nineteen yearn of labor as president of tho road It contains no mention of the fight be t eon himself and Harriman but tho purpose of tho statement Is patent Mr Klih Is aware or at lead l bo 1 leaves that Mr Harriman will be un nblo to secure control of...

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. — 30 May 1906

I WKDXB8OAV MAX 80J 7i IHB KCDUOAa EVENING I tt 1 I ffiljc Berimed Sun I I AFTERNOON AND WKCHL1 IV THE SUN PUBLISHING CO IHOOIIPOIITKB FBAIK if rnBMpmiaeniknaKiuior rnBMpmiaeniknaKiuiorXDwt XDwt J FAZIO Ointrit Mwir UB8CRIPTION RATtCBI OUMnd II Un pottofflM U PsAuitfc Kl M second clan miner THE DAILY BUN By carter perweekIII By mall per month In sdruo to By mill per rear In idTtne iM THE WEEKLY BUM yr by mill pottus pIlOII AOdnn THE BUN Fidasik Kf Optics Ill Boath Ttlrt I Tuiraom No W THE BUN OUI II 1OU > D At Tae MUOW nra TLAOU B D01emiDMOt VII Cairn Bas Palmer Hones 181 VKUKSUAV MAY 30 CIUCULT1ON STATEMENT April 23893 Apr11183982 t April 33883 April 173976 April 43888 April 186404 F April 63891 Apr1119t4008 April 63t109 AprIl260995 April 73910 April2i3995 April 93911 April 233994 AprIl10a905 AprIl243988 jt April 113970 April 253996 T Apr11123046 April 26400G AprUl33984 Apr11274018 AprIlH3984 April 284012 Aprll304002 x Total 100460 Average for April 1906 4v 4018 Averago fore Apr...

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. — 30 May 1906

t t S I t AYj Ma ae 3 fHH ESDUCAH EVENING BUN rAaa rm This is ihe Week for You to Get Busy Our Great Stock of White Skirts and Suits New Line Just ArrivedSome Beauties is What We Are Showing Some beautiful Princess Robes made of French k ymuslin lace and Swiss embroidery Prices from 19 to 45 These are new and exclusive and be T fore they arc all gone wed bc glad to have you come in and Ice them I V IILOGH II LINES I For Dr readier ring 41 Choice of all our geraniums 6 < cents each C L Bruncon Co Dr II IV Sights lot a fine new Instrument cnic Sunday on the coon I floor of the Fraternity building It t contalnrd nine Instruments Ho left the caws In the lavatory and on going n f back lo get It found It gone Why bother gel In lino and clean out those maw roacbc mice I end rata UDO Komloltora extcrtuln slur alarcaplllin Captain J W Iluili of Smith land had ono finger badly crushed by a gate with a heavy weight on It People who have patronized i trnnifer com pan Ira elsewhere will bear ...

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. — 30 May 1906

rjf Ppy F w pia I V 5itZllreullh + r u Ik ll r GREAT SALE ON I Wall Paper Store Moved to 315 Broadway We are now offering the best values in Wall Paper that have been offered It wilt pay you to see the bargains we have to offer for the next few days N v Wall Paper that is usually sold at 200 per roll we sell at r 15 cents I Paper that is sold at rye we sell at Ll 1I 1 i I 10 cents Paper that is sold at roc we sell at 8 cents Paper that is sold at 8 cents we sell at 5 cents I i We also carry a large line of Picture Frames Mouldings and Window Shades made to order any size I We carry a large line of Roofing and Building Paper t Canvas and Tacks J I People of good taste always come to us to find their wants I JREMEMBERTHE J PLACE I I C C LEE I 8 1 1 7 fill sa Old Phone 161 new phone 63i 315 BROADWAY II III I I KING BEE a Tire for Heavy Riders jMade from high grade rubber and Sea Island Cotton propirly wrapped jI j and frlctlones They are supplied with an extra heavy uead to retltt punc...

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. — 30 May 1906

I f I At ike I Tunnels End JJfc r JUyStenntrd Balls + 3ofVrlgM by S S if CIur Co a I HERE was a curious diversity I ofoplnlon about tuuuel No 3 Barclay the contractor who ti ft f nn of a a e eauy o M i Deft at the top of the shaft with blue re print plans on the walls and a stove pipe crooking out of one corner of the l roof said It was a beautiful tunnel Ho said It with cheerful confidence to the committee of live vrbobad come to Investigate The five had Just dined xliauslvely with Barclay and It was with good humored bravado that they now trusted themselves to the dinky elevator suil descended the shaft Six ty feet below daylight they stepped out on a slimy platform and Gregsou the underground boss showed them a u i s f moist red tube reaching outward under lie the river A row of misty Incsudcs craf lit hti ribbed tbo tunnel at regular Intervals vrlttt circlets of brightness and at the far cad they could see a black wall with a closed steel door I + iorlbe benefit of the chairman ...

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. — 30 May 1906

Sri i n TiY BARREL OP WINE TAPPED ENROUTB Buddy Liquor Drippfn From Box Car in Yards Men Fairly Bathe In It > Warm Tint > and the Glow of California Sun a 4 ALL THE NEWS OF RAILROADS A sharp curve In the road south of r Paducah and a bumper bolt will 1 cot the Illinois Central road the I price of a barrel of fine port wine Iiaild will cost several car monkeys many hours of anguish the result of I the dreaded wine jag effects In rounding a sharp curve a bar rel of fine port wine was pierced by a projecting bumper bolt and the I JijltI I begun when Paducah was reached und the car which was loaded with t I half a hundred barrels of the wine 1 was side tracked for repairs Car re 1 pairers > more familiarly known as carUnpnkeys were sent for and the fun began 1 Port wine red and delicious pour f ed from every crock and seam In the 1 big car bottom Buckets tin cansold paint tubs and even hats were brougt Into play in catching the L wine Car monkeys Indulged to their hearts conten...

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. — 31 May 1906

7 r e N fd > h H Y iy + Y vI i z H A Z 1 r jbjfrI hati I > VOL XVIII NO 18JJ PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING MAY all 1906 10 CEKTSPER WEEK ROYAL MARRIAGE CONSUMMATEDy r1 y i Princess Eon Becomes Bride of Spanish KIiiR I 1Cri ilIonyrakrs Place At Hugh Noon In the llltli Cliimli of San < Irranlmo r STORY 01 < AX ASSASSINS IMtT > t 1 I J IJladrhl Mny BIA bomb I bombt t nil Ihr11 nt King Alfonso mid OIIIIMI Knit hilt holh rurnpwl mi ImriiKtl t Madrid May 31 KlngvAlfonso of Spain and Princess Kna of lint tcnberg niece of King Edward of England wore married at noon to t day In the Bills dnirch of San Ou i r tranlmo In tho presence of a distin w guished company of about 1000 port t s sons Including special ambassador tram tho chief countries of the I world V The ceremony was performed by Cardinal Sancho Catholic primate l of Spain assisted by a ntiin > erof high prelate The city It beautifully dec orated In honor of the occasion Tha I iltttits I are lined with people who i ga...

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. — 31 May 1906

n ot 1 tE I IIfiYf 1 ft d JTHE PAD n JYALII t > f BU < t JJI 1i I nr J 7HE SR > t i111li Y 1 VENINr POST USN sa i OLLF a l J B ESIDEScivin + thousands of bright boys abundant fending money some earn to a week we teach our ourtt faya aleimanshlp that qual fcjr 1 itwf cqntmSndsiuch high a a fj ji rUs in the modem btisU aaaa world A Brooklyn in r ante minwhose son sells 1 i K POST writes use I You are probably con ucting the best business allege l on earth for you jtkrc not dealing with theo f4e but with cold facts in jpractice based upon your excellent methods for en couraging and helping boy hi every way lM1lw v RRtJDY RRtJDYCubler 111 Boys who want to make money boys who want to be taught how to win by one of the most successful bull tnese firms in the wcir dthese are the boys we want to hear from We can teach you how to play the game and you pate good money while you are learning 1 doesnt cost you a cent to start forwe furnish the first supply of magazines e tree undyou ca...

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