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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 1 October 1906

s rr 8 4 y t w rSi i IrS 1 I IPAOsEVIN I gm MONDAY OCTODEB ri 45 11 11 < r > K tff few Comedy 1 I r r I 7Jy AGNES ant EGERTON CASTLEI I S4gth r i The ZddsctJinIco S I2Jj I COPYRIGUT T 11100 BY nGBRTUN c CASTLE 1 t f t TlVfilla Ui6cl W oTc described Tff jr nn t Merc fjroncliaJjlo curve round Urn ynn lier quick Rlnuco hail embraced every clc Wjeflt or Ibo svelte fjlr 1 CrJtbllky fjfftirr with folded anus was leaning gainst the ppst 1 of tbd inn door await ill tier jjpproacbr < trlt > ullon twrsonl ell ciIricInIIy libp3itJctl bythu Orange rnyn of the landlords antcnti Put III lio moonlslit shining tu bin Dfart Rnjy satin nnd powdered bend all silver from crest to riioo buckle I like the prince ot fairy lore snt Htaf Cord on his window lodse an gallant n I picture to n womans eye tho wjdow bpd limo to think ns olio could VHI to 8co on iwcli a night VOb sho thought bow wo nro go goIIIJt And being too Into nu artist to con dskier her more ersonnl convenIence t upon n iucstlon ...

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. — 1 October 1906

d SUNI I PAGE EIGHT MONDAY OCTOBER 1I 1 flIDfJ PADTTOAH EVEKING SUN SEPTEMBER BUSY r SBPTBMBHRBUSYMONTH MONTH IN PADUCA i business Hushing Health Wai r Good and People Active I Wholesale Udall MaiiiifucturlnK ant 1 Traiisportiitton IJiica Are Push i iIng Ahead I PloSlE4TS UtE EXCELLENT I September has been a busy montl In alil neaottrade The loca holesaio houses report the ben business they hare ever done In Sep t mbe and manufacture liav bookings ahead for several months orders General condltlopa arc In t healthy condition and collections are good + Ralirpads and steamboats have shown nice Increases In traffic pAssenger and freight and the re tallcrs report an early opening of the fall season October promises muSh and finds everyone keen for abueT IieBIon Police Department Report rThe police report for Septcmbe chows a total pf 142 arrests as fol tows Breach of the peace 20 dill orderly conduct Udrunks Hi chicken stealing robbery trespass loach cruelty to animals and grand larceny ...

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. — 2 October 1906

ti J l illtbnen t Ttflnifl ti nfl I IiVOL XVIII NO 238 PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 2 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK I llegiste T QJ1ight wwwwww eQlls are Ope n Until Nipe Oclock i 9 4r I f NEED SUNSHINE FOR HORSE SHOW 1 1That is the Only Element o f r Success Now Doiildliil 1S S I I Just a Kcw Itays Toiuornur Will Tut lire Ring In Most Excellent Condition SOME HIGH ciast ENTRIES ilWHI I I I 4 Mark Ilnrkl r It itlll rains Is dark Hut l ic horsce are coming to town Defying and as If In a spirit of I contempt rr the Ungracious ele 4t meets Oho Horse Show association Is putting the flnlshlnu touches to tho detalisVof the horse show With + iiltbI I I every expectation that from sumo where n few rays of sunshine may u come tomorrow and last the balance of tho week and thus usuure tlio one thing that Is lucking now to make tho show a great success In every particular favorable weather Today horsemen are coining In with their strings and engaging qtiirtor ut tho fair grounds whero all horses...

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. — 2 October 1906

C35TT tSzj 7c pr 7 t s PAGE TWO ETHE PADUCAE L NJNtStTN 1 < TUESDAY QCTODEll B L LOUIS IS NOWj j GREATLY EXCITED V r Cooper Has Stirred Up People I j I of Mound City li outig Mans Medicines 1 i Ilnvc Sitin InBly Done 1111 That wns Claim j wl for Tinin I I ASTERN llUroilTS VKHlllKD1 St Louis Oct 1Thls city Is at precsnt In tho mld t of an excitement Seyorii anything that It bas exper tencej 1u recent years t Old and young rich and poor all ieccm to have become beside them elves over an Individual who was n i stranger to St Louis until two weeks ego agoThe The man who has created nil this turmoil Is L T Cooper president of tho Cooper Medicine Co of Dayton Ohio who Is at present introducing Is preparations In this city for the first time Cooper Is a man about thirty years I yearsof of age who has acquired a fortune within the past two years by the sale of some preparations of which he Is i > the owner ownerReports Reports from eastern cities that preceded the young man here were ...

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. — 2 October 1906

u e r N1 n 1 PepV + yeolf 4 JI4 r rn 9 9Tr A 1 n IW J 11 < ueks Stove J I iPd s free trial 1 A JT J 1 i i f T H R P OU G H special theg t Bucks Stove and Range Company we are able to 1 make the fairest and most extraordinary r stove offer eves made I 7 to the buy ing 1 public r of x I 4 Paducah Paducahr f5A THE OFFEQ r 11 A i1 v f I > 4 > R t t is it t J J 1 J j V yi j We will send to BucksJ I j Z f Range Cook Stove or Heater free of fallY f charge whatever After it has been used for thirty days if it does not prove to be I 0 1 what it really isthe finest product of the stove makers art i we will remove it without charge If at the end of thirty days > i the v stove 11as roved frsmeritsnit may be paid for under our liberal partial payment plan or in one payment as you choose t o 4 t L THE GUARANTEE yt 4 or i < n 0 IN 6 r t LAnd L we will give you our written guarantee that we will do as we say we will See the ernr2airi bur windowP v This offer is based upon our confide...

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. — 2 October 1906

r ej r Rr > s f 7 tr v PAG1 rout J f1zt tJtki yt rTUESDy oroM n Xf fJet nbttcal Sun t AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY sY TOE SUN PUBLISHINOCO INCORPORATED F M FisniR President HDITIS J IAxiON Generil Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES r Entered at the postomce at Paducah Ky aa second class matter THE DAILY SUN 0 T carrier per week1 10 j mall per month In adTance r 40 t dy mall per year In adrnnoo 10 THE WEEKLY SUN Pir year by mall postage paldllCO Address THE SUN Paducah Kr Orrici 115 South Third TitirnoitBf B8 ayneYounc Chicago and New York rep repi i y THE SUN can be found al the following i places R D dementi A Oo Van Guild Ilroa Palmer House John Wtlhelms JohnwllhelmaTLIiSDtY TlKSIUV OCTOHKll 2 1 I CIUCULATIOX 8TATKMUXT ell i I Scptrmimbcr 1111111 13881ie Y ee 33885 438i8 5 3880 F C 3902 i 73917 4 8 3913 I 103931C r 11 13900 12 3911 tot 13 3950 14 3992 lG 39G5 n n 173975 18 3948 193942 20 a931 213959 223949 243938 25 3929 20395 274019 284045 294003 Total 98478 Average fpr September 190C393 ยต Av...

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. — 2 October 1906

lsamA > gn 2v ETHB RTOTJCMt WENDS 1 SUN ts I PAGE FIVE UJ 1 = DAILY ARRIVALS Are becoming common occurrences at our store Every day we show an 4j t entire new line and assortment of all classes in Readyto Wear Garments iIrL r actuse Readlo 1actuse Store 317 Broadway j 1 I LOCAL LINltlfl For Dr Peudley ring HO C It Brunson Co have mov ed their flower store to C29 BroaJ way Kd Alexander the policeman Is 111 Ho ban been on his vacation but on returning homo was unable to reo euuio work He Is suffering from malarial favor City lubscrlbeni to tho Dally f Sun who wish the delivery of their r papers stopped muat notify our cot directI to The Sun olllco No nttHUllon will AM e paid lo such orders when given to our carriers Sun Pub Co Capt J W Bush of Smlthland who haM been seriously 111 of heart I trouble will bo out In two WMkll his physicians bcllevopo rapid U bis re covert ovrDr Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 Broadway Phono 190 Charles Morgan the Hyearold 1son of Mr Ed Morgan the black sm...

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. — 2 October 1906

rr YYr LJm jv 1t1I1 81xirr p i r EIGHT PRESENT AT HAYS MEB ING I 1 L r Hid Not Arrive Until NltlO Oclock Last Night I = GorMimr liitkiimii Wilt Arrive fca i ly 1 Toniojioiv Kvoliliig null lliiiuilii liter ltRC lTIUXWltl Iii GIVE 7 Misfortune attended the short 01 der reception to Attorney Qeneri 1 Hays at quo court house last nlllhtr lie didnt get hero until after 9 oclock and the audience numbered OliO less than the hour The com a ny were so few and so much of one mind that a speech was considered 1 cuperfluous and with one accord those present fell atalklng over the s prospects and explaining how It hap pened that the rest aldnt attend t Gov Keckhnins Ulnrrnr r t Governor Beckham will speak In I a Paducah tomorrow night at 8 J oclock The speech will be made In 1 I the Kentucky theater and the Hoi Hal S Corbtflt will IntroJuco hlti He will arrive at C oclock und go to the Palmer House He probably wl11 remain In Paducah all morning Thursday to give his friends an op portunlty to gre...

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. — 2 October 1906

i 4hAII1g SEVEN I1fi FXtJUCX 7 Nt i TUESDAY OCrOBEn 2 1 J t5heH qJ t5heBath Comedy By AGNES and EGERTON CASTLE g lBy l f AufAr tif Thelrlds of J nnleoM t r COPYRIGHT 1000 D yIJ r C II n TON CASTLE fj OHara looked steadily at Lord 1 Verriey glnnclng contemptuously a t Captain Splcor and then wltblpng full L I searching at the beguiling widow She thought to scent danger to Iiersol f In tho nlrj and womanlike she Fplzcd I I unscrupulously upon the sharpest weapon In her armory I 1 Pcrhnp the MIll with au angry Bcornful laugh Mr OHnra will now deny that he and hi servants attacked I 1 my chairmen lu tho dark threw me ncreamlng with terror Into life carriage and that his Intention was avowedly nvowevllj row All ryes were fixed on the Irishman and HlliMKo waited upon his reply Ho i had grown no pale that his red head seemed to flame by contrast Ho wade i a low bow No Kitty iinld ho In a very gentle I i voice I deny nothing Then sweep Ing the company with a haughty glance This lady said ho...

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. — 2 October 1906

v e PAGE EIGHT CTHEI PADUOAH EVENING SUNTUESDAY OCTOBER 2 COUNCIL PASSES THE ORDINANCE I Over Mayor Yeisers Veto I and Objections t Ho ant City Solicitor Disagree About Facts of the Case oii the Floor HE HAD SEEN THI ORDINANCE 4Mayor YeIser last night waS given several hard Jolts In thc meeting of tho board of councilmen lie vetoed the ordinance for the sale of a fran chise to build car lines on Nlne teenth street Mayor Yelscr attacked the traction company and several speeches with nearly as much fire as the mayor exhibited were made In reply Tho board ended by passing tho measure over his veto There were other Important matters acted on and the meeting lasted l until nearly 11 oclock Councilmen Herzogi and Oehl schlaeger were absent The minutes of tno last regular i and called meetings wets read and 4adopted adoptedMayor Mayor Yelser presented the ordi nance for the sale of a franchise for i a street car line on Broadway from Seventeenth to Nineteenth streets thence south on Ninete...

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. — 3 October 1906

L r r tii s + 7 FM c h r 4 Jjt nbtit abktninin uu C I WEEKV5ixvm i PADUCAH PEOPLE II 1 1NaURBDtIN WREOK I t 11 Two Passenger Trains Collide f Near Murphysboro DUIfl Flyer and South Round I Train Oil Illinois l Central MIPI 111111111 J JJ J ONLY ONE IS SERIOUSLY HURT I N < t X TIIK INJURED < 5 w K R Waller St Louis i W II Hill Chicago X 31r Clinrlc flfbliifc Rard fa X tOWlI III fCorll M IIKlrl Inducnh Ky K i JiilliiH Tick Pnducnh Ky V Iff J W nll1 fie nrond rower III p X Mlvi Ncln Ilimtett Kalanm its a 11IrbW r O Mrs Rex Louden Murphy 2t l X G L Hamilton Miirlswi y tj It L Mannlf Carbondale III X K L E Peck East l St Ioidsp S I t i > Murphysboro III Oct IA very serious wreck occurred here yester day morning nt 1112 oclock on tho Illinois Central railroad Two passen ger trains came together headon Y with terrific force just outside tho city they were Billy Bryan train south bound and the Dixie Flyer north bound The engine of tho for mer was the lighter of tho two nod f i was ...

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. — 3 October 1906

1 I 1 PAGE TWO C THE PADUCAH EffiNJNU StT1Yh IrNIiSD11 I OCJOHKH 8 > v ARDY TEACHERS 1 NOW HAVE EXCUSE upils Are Held to Stricter Responsibility t eport of Arbitration Uonitl Can 5 I cnried Ill iiiui Mlwi MorKAii > oj1ei t 11810 > ElUNTKXDKT IV IUSRMKXT t It was decided at the school board eeting last evening that tardiness I Veachers In had weather was ex usable The corresponding rule hick will expel a pupil for being s ardy four times In one month was ot changed i f Bad weather was not defined and teachers now may come lato to their work without fear uf being fined or f having their records tarnished he motion to that effect was made n y Mr Deckenbach in a discussion f the cases of tardiness among the eachers since school began There f ere seventeen the larger part of Which were reported ag due to bad weather Trustees Beckenbach Byrd Karnes Davis Pitcher and List vat ed In the affirmative and Trustees Williamson Petter Walston and Morris voted nay 1 j The resolutions of t...

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. — 3 October 1906

A f 1 a t JJ lAUICTIfltitlCr ri pra rapuosn m t WEDNESDAY OCTOriKU cL J 10 MA BUNDRQ IS HELD TO THE GRAND JURY r y OHjClmrgo of Relations With 11 SistcrinrLuw i r tH t 1Ui 1 + 4 Attorney Kay Defendant Will U o KiW AUIioiiKh Child IsNnld to Have Confcjwccl I Q T Ii WIFE 1B HKUKINU A 1OICU William Mnhiindro charged Wllh eloping with Dovlo Bradford 15 s yeitrs old was presented this morn Gt I Intfrlh police court Ho waived exam ination and was held over Later he gave bond and was released The glrwlfc and others connected with appearo thofcaso o appearbeoro Attorney D A Cross declared 1 It t Is nothing but the result of an In sang womans work AI long as Ma liundro lived with Ills wife there waino warrant and would not bo now had ho remained with her She scolded and found fault constantly andjho picked up and left She can no testlfy against him but we will have witnesses to provo that the chajgo ngalnsfhiy client are false Tho fact that the girl made a con conm fession will bo the greate...

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. — 3 October 1906

r J f i tAGk FOUfRll t pr4lJA rvENINnl Y 9 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER Ot I i V JJaincah Stan 1 > t AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY i AY THE SUN PUBLISHING > INCORPORATED F M FISHIB President stRDRZN J FAXTOH General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES f Eaiercdftl the postofflcoat Paducah Kj M ccond class matter I THE DAILY SUN i T carrier per week I IB t stf mall per month In adranee CO 5 tj mall per year In advance 4M THE WEEKLY SUN v fit Tear by mtl postage pldSOO I I Address THE SUN Paducah Kj y Omen 11 1 16 South Third TitimoKM 858 1 rame r g Young Chicago and New York rep 4MeI1Latirca TUG SUN can be found at the following fTUG places placesR j R D aemenU d 00 Brosu r u Palmer House John Wllhelma t WEDNESDAY OCTOBER a II CIRCULATION STATEMENT September 1000 13851 33885 33885l38i8 63880 63902 73017 8ro13 10 931J 11 100 123011 133950 143992 1439921539Gb 1539Gb 11 3975 18394 6g 3 19 3942 20393 1 l 201 1g 21 3959 22 3949 24 3938 I 25302 9 I 25SO SO 3935 27 4019 I 28404 b 194003 I I Total JIS411S j 1 r Av...

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. — 3 October 1906

a L 1b w n 11 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER al < tTHB PABUCAJH EVENING SUNe i > J DAILY ARRIVALS Are becoming common occurrences J tatourltore t Every day we show an entire new line and assortment of all classes in ReadytoWear Garmentsf Q i Fsclusirs Rudlo War Store k > 317 Broadway L Ii I LOCAL LIJVJCS 1 For Dr Pendley ring 416 C L Drunson Co have mov moved ed their flower store to 029 DroaJ way Yesterday tho finishing touches were put toTlho Interior of the city lightlrtg plant and all Is In readiness i for tho Installation of the new nit 1 dilnory which will Increase tho ca pacity of tho plant 35 lights Tho General Electric company of Lynn 4 Mass shipped the machinery Mon day City subscribers to the Dally Sun who wish tho delivery of their papers stopped must notify our col lectors or make their requests direct to Tho Sun office No tttontlon will bo paid to such orders when given to our carrier Sun Pub Co Supt W J HUM of tho No C St L railroad yesterday sent all I ifextra engines he...

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. — 3 October 1906

q Fa e + A Jt OE8tiI I n i WEDNESDAY OcT nEf n > uuuu If tM S01 S DM j a1gNY PAiaCAHAXS JOIN 11Fr TRQPOl1iS CLU1i Trip Results In Clew Relations l lie 1 lassie OntanlwiiloiM of Two Cities During tho visit of the members i Of l the Paducah Commerclalclub to Me I tropolis Monday evening nt tho open Bcailon of the Metropolis Commercial club the following Paducabanii e Joined tbQ Metropolis l Commercial club and today scot down their an natal duos to Judge J F McCart icy president of the Metropolis Commer cial club W P Hummel Sol Drey fus IL C Rhodes D W Coons F L Scott L W Henneberger M Michael J Wall rsteln Cha lea t WclIIe l6 A Pcttcr I 4c O 4 II I M TIPS FIU 66 l THE WIRES b J S t to toThe Democratls slate committee commity will meet In New York CUy for y per manijnt organization It Is expected that a new state cnalrminVWlll be Elected at that tIme Both theD em DemIocrats ocraU and Republicans of Massa chusetts will hold conventions to name their respective state tickets during t...

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. — 3 October 1906

o rr 11rTr S jJr PAG1C SEVKf J I IHH PMJCOJECB ROTHS f WKDNKSDAV OCTOBER Ii P I E ne Bath Comedy 1 7Jy AGNES and ECERTON CASTLE Aidhrj q The Pride ot Jrmleu 0 COPYRICHT IDOO BY ECIIRTON CASTLE I tCOP t L I lt i1t tteiaied towlllllr qulle lfRY unIlPji r piufdon look from the punch hrcwbr who bail mnilcn nibvpmpnf thoujjh to put hU kulfo I iil lomons down and employ hU llnerrA differently and the litxt Instnnt found him whispering In S aaorlli ear Youre n thud of tho world I knoW frfrlid Stafford KM Id he No doubt you will laiiRh nt my overnlee eno e r of dellmiy but Just now In his rav l Inps iuor Ollnra mmle a kind of threat I bellevi nlxmt pulling my uose Vhnt would you uilvltc me to tlJ Certainly crleil the pnrk with n RAnrt of the numt airy cdDlcnipt 10IlfllIIlltlook Look over It by till menus lint UK you value the symmetry of that onmment to your coiinlenniifu Cnptaln Kiileer It 1 wero you I IldlII4I Uciiilt iVell but hifW c1etscIa nnleml Mtilfru I1 I Stun V > lth nn nrt of w...

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. — 3 October 1906

F y Yr w I r EIGHTj t JI J j WEDNESDAY OCfTODER 8 PAGE EIGHTTIII PADUOAH EVENING SUNRDRADAY GOVERNOR BECKHi WILL SPEAK TONIGHT Will Bn Met at The Train By Reception Committee Kxpcci to Spend Tomorrow Mornli iltre nmljgtleml Immigration If Convention f GOES TO SMlTllUXn AT SOOS FrIends of Governor Dcckhnm In I Paducah are exerting every endeavor to make his reception here the equal of any In the state And this niornln they are confident there will be 11 large attendance at The Kentuck theater where ho speaks at S clock He wll larrlve on the evening train from Eddyvllle A reception con t mutee will meet him and condos him to the Palmer House The lion Hal S Corbett will In traduce him tonight Governor Beckham will remain at I tomorrowI the hotel until 11 oclock tomorrow morning He has a speaking date at Smlthland tomorrow afternoon and he will start at noon In the prlvat launch of Messrs Prank Illeke and Saunders Fowler reaching Smlthlam In plenty of time for the address During the mor...

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. — 4 October 1906

v rir b rn tyr Tv y y r Jibe ti i r I iit Pabub hnidnt un + tt t VOL XVIII NO 330 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 4 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK t VICTIM OF COCAINE t trf IS PROMINENT MAN 4 Dr W S Mullins Formerly of Henderson Dies at Riverside Hospital l A ytjl This Morning t WAS ADDICTED TO THE DRINK HABIT Suffering from cocaine poisoning and In a semiconscious condition Dr W S iMulllns formerly of Henderson Ky I and at ono time professor g In the Homeopathic Medical college In Louisville was removed from tits office In the Eagle building last tight to the Ulvorsldo hospital where he S died early this morning without regalnglng consciousness Coroner Fake r will hold the Inquest this afternoon Whether It was filicide or an overdose of a drug to which the vic r tim wag addicted or took to quiet his nerve wrecked by drinking none o t one knowsTiie condition of Of Mulling was discovered Inst night by the t porter of the Eagle building who hdord him crying In his room The tllOrter told P...

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. — 4 October 1906

4 lPAGE l TWO r BTHE PADS CAH T iLNdNI SUVV THURSDAY ocronnn 4 i J MOST STRATEGIC W fSTRATEGIGPOSITION POSITION TAKEN Becklmm Says Atliuinistiiitio Sa3sAdulinistlatiWill Will Bo Issue Charges That Ills Opponent Is Figl li r i Ing Party Organization llcforo + Cgmpalyii If i PIQ AUDIGNCK AT KKNTCCK b4 t a In a speech an hour In length at the Kentucky theater last nigh Gov J C W Beckhnm assumed It etragetlc position of defending the Democratic state administration against attacks from Inside i Its ranksHow 4 How could Senator McCreary or i r peneral Hays as nominees of tne Democratic party during the State campaign defend the party against the charges of the Kepubltcans he asked The Issues or the state can palgn will not be of tariff or mat tern of national Import The Issues will be whether the Democratic or c flepubllcan party will give the state fyf t Kentucky the best government Ind I on that Issue the Democratic ibarty will have to stand by the re f ord of Its administration < T...

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