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AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY
BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO
INCOKPORAVIDF
F M Fisnwt riecldent
KowniJ P AXIOM Omer l Manager
RATESJ
I n Ei SUBSCRIPTION Fadtntk Kj
I acoond clan matter
r THE DAILY SUN
Br carrier pet wfek 11
Bj mall per month > lnm < lTanc < w >
Br mall per year In airance 11 so
THE WEEKLY SUN
fn rear t > y mall l POSalO pIdLD
Addreaa TUB SUN radoeah Kj
forrlcz f Ill South Third 4 TmrkoitH l1li
t Parma tTounf chicago aid New York rep
reientatlrea o
raeatanreeInx
TUB SUN can be found at Ibo oUowl ag
places
R D ClemenU 9 Oo
Van Culln Hroa
I
Palmer House
John Wlltelma
THUltSUAV AUGUST 2r
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
July 2V 3957
July 313951
July 4c 3952
July 53351
July 6C4019 1
July 7 5 3935
July 9v 3936
July103923
July 11 3969
July 12 3999 <
July 13 396tC
July 144 3908 °
July 163957
JuI1173966
JuI1173966July
July 18 3954
July 19 3955 1
311120 39BS
ju yI2 3901 I
JUiJ23 3944
f1T24 f < 3940
Jtilp 25398 y
t July 2f401 7
july 27838 5
July 28 39G1
July 303987
July 31 3942
l
Total > l 67i43i
Average July aql ettt un
Averaae Julyj9OGr371 0
At
<
Jncrcaso viVV 422
ncrcasOPersonally
Personally appeared before me
this August i 190 1 > jE al Paxton
general manager of The Sun who af
firms that the above statem roc the
circulation of The Sun for the month
of July 1906 Is true to the best of
his knowledge and belief
PETER PURYEAR Notary Public
My commission expires January
22 1908
JlnllJ Thought
No man can carrjr both today and
tomorrow Ij j I trUII
tomorrowPARKS
PARKS A 11LESSINO
The explanation of the manner In
which the park Improvements are
to bo financed given In todays San
by the board of park commissioners
should Satisfy the people of Paducah
that the commissioners know what
they are talking about t No doubt ev
crybody agrees In the desire to see
the parka estahllshed as soon as pos
sible If only for the selfish reason
that ho woi td like to enjoy the park
himself and when ltfa clearly un
derstood that no additional expense
above that arbitrarily fixed by the
stale of Kentucky will fall on the
bxpaycrs there Probably will b ° no
objection raised to the plan
Moreover toe suggestion that un
sightly tpnemcnta should bo torn
down and the parks constructed on
their sites meets with the approba
tion of right thinking people Padu
eah has eorno blocks in which as ma
ay as fifty shanties stand and several
hundred people dwell under the
most unsanitary conditionS These
to nests are the breeding places ° of per
illenco Epidemics of smallpox and
other loathsome diseases that freI I
qudBlljr break out In cities find iOdgI
lag la these miserable settlements
end Jt costs a city many tImes the
price of a park site to eradicate the
germs ot Olio disease although either
tarts pjffoiocltr are cotngaratlvoly
free from the pestilence save as they
are Subjected to contamination fromh
> the infected district A long quaran
tine would cost Paducah or any 6th
cr city where such places are allow
ed to exist more than would a park t
There seems to be no1 way of get
Ingrid of these crowded tenement c
quarters except by tho city buying °
the land and making it into a play
ground It f Is being tried In many B
place especially In the great cities u
The tenement question everywhere b
Is a problem of health and morality f
and the board of park commission
ors cornea forward w th the solutlou
for Paducah
tofPadul11hThis not meau that Paducah 2
packs will be sunk In the midst of
t > lagne spots where the better class
jtt peoplo can not enjoy them These
4 cement districts do not cover largo
press and all around them are deslr
able residence streets The parks will
MUse an Immediate Improvement In
tie eecMbns where they lire locateJ
> and everyone will find tho public
play ground a benefit
benefito
U costs a heap of money to afford
the rank and file of Democracy an
opportunity to directly express Its
choke for governor and United
StafciM senator The Democratic stale
slcHl committee has announced
thst r the actual cost of the primary
for etato of leers will be thU modest
cum of 140000 Candidates most dig
down In their jeans for their share
of1 the expense Some of them oD
course will loso both their money
and their Hmo In the race Each can
didate for senator will have to put
up IO OEaeh candidate for gov
ernor will have to bear till pro rata
of a total oC30000 < tho other offices
being graded according to their fi
sandal value In tho eyes of the as
pirant All this 4s for the nomina
flea There Is an election coming on
when more expenses will fall on the
party y i t
forso
some remedy While everyone agrees
with the theory of tho popular pri
mary honestly conducted the most
enthuslastfc adVocato can not fall to
100 the wrong In a system of popular
expression which requires tho candi
feer
agwhat r the average working man
would consider the sayings or a life
time and a modest competence The
popular choice might fall on some
poor man who could not command
such a large sum as Is demanded of
him to defray tho expenses of the
primary In that case the popular
choice never would find opportunity
of expression The Expense Is an ex
cellent provision to barout the poor
man who has not a wealth produc
ing machine behind him
Again there Is every chance for
the Corrupt use of a big fund under
the present system and It the corn
mittee It 1 organized against him ft
candidates own money may bo used
to defend him Furthermore tae t ex
penses of the primary and the elec
ton together may be so great that a
public official will bo tempted be
yond the endurance of many men to
graft oft his omco and thus a sys
tem designed In all honesty to sub
servo a righteous purpose be the
pause ota weak mane downfall and
the states loss
0Its a beautiful theory this pop
ular primary and the voter recta
2that ho Is taking an active part In
the selection of his candidate
whether ho does or not so In fact
the system docs encourage more ac
Uvo participation among the rank
and file which Is a good thing In It
self But some remedy should be
provided for this Inordinate expense
In nominating candidates The sug
gestion that tho state bear tho ex
penses ofa primary Just as It does
of tho election might meet with op
position for a dozen more or less
good reasons but safeguards could
bo provided In that manner which
po other plan scene to suggest At
least every Item of expense In a
primary shquM be published under
oath In that way the defeatpj can
didate could enjoy the satisfaction
of seethe I In what particular rat hole
ho poked his moneyh
U
The I monthly report of the police
department for July shows four per
sons nrrosted far vagrancy It 19 1
claimed < that a dozen were taken to
police headquarters and warned to
go i to wprk or be lined and their
names wore not entered on the rec
ord < Early in tip month the police I
started a crusade oq loafers but of
recent weeks tho crusade has laps
ed < whether from lack of material or
lack I of Initiative we are not able to
say It all the Paducah loafers l have
gono to l work It Is a pleasant
thought but from the midnight aeI
t tivity of at leant t one versatile Indl a
Vldiial who turns highwayman i
1 porch climber window worker or
common inpak thief as fortune di
recta we are Inclined to the opinion
that some further efforts on the
part of tho pollco In the nature of a
dragnet inlglil rciuil In Ii putting a
stop to lap depredations of this lone t
robberi
0 k
1tUJIUjls Inon IOSTtuT
+
Stud Tuil Mutineers Oalned Control
of Iprt t
St Petersburg August 2 The I It
wildest reports aron circulation f
here as to what occurred at Iron °
stadt Communication with that city A
scut again it Is reported during lA I
tho night mutinous sailors soldiers li
cappers and miners seized tho fort
of Constantino but were dislodged sl
and compelled to surrender after d
heavy fighting with loyal reglmenU
Desides 100 killed many were
wounded Some mutineers succeeded Is
boarding a steamer and escaping to fl
Finland as
inlandyou b
you DONT HAVE TO WAIT It
if yerydaumaaeryeatutbeth Lu rosex
top Joar whale Bildit rljht Bold an lhr ex
weep And I er A 9tr Ioo r
do
but
to
ON ANDal
T OFF LIKE e
A COAT tU
TILLS THE TORT OF THC
for
CoCOI
I
coat
COIyo
you
yoIbl
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COAT SHIRTS be
tincaIar
colorifui lbriu Thtti
Pfoct 61f f
Sect u if mid 10 order 4
150 and more
Cluett PeabOdr Coti
e eewIi J =
Drc
r + awwk
I WHERE IS HE
Ive coma to answer your ad for a mn I
Old you bring him with your
A JJo ItOWKns LEYVKS
1 I
Succeeded by J K llliifilinin of Tear
Hnntc
A L Dower assistant treasure
of tho Paducah Light and Power
company for the Stone R Webster
company hat given up his work hero
and will go to other cities whero this
company has property Ho has been
succeeded here by J E Dlngham of
Terre Haute Ind Mr Bowers has
made many friends during hs lay
Acre who will regret to nee him
I leave
Olld GIOjnllhfr Dead
WnshlnBtoy August 2 frof A
H Thompson of the UnltcdJStatcs
geological survey died last night t
aged 67 years Ho was a noted geog
rapherICIliIFN
ICKMKXS TOUClll Jolt
lodge Says llu Will Nut lie lenient
11ltlr SNltellfl
Toledo 0 August 2Jlldj0 Kin
caldCi who sentenced tho Ice men
was a witness In common pleas roar
today He admitted having a confer
sacs with attorneys for tho Ice trust
but declared It was with the view of
finding It It wero practlcablo to re
store prices to what they were ad
vanced by tho combine He denied
that ho In any way Indicated what t i
his action would be tn regard to Hip
Kentenco to be Imposed in the event
Ibo Ico men wero guilty and auertci
that he made no promise of leniency
tn coed they pleaded guilty
t
IoS STKVKXS1 lUItTIIDAV
t
Celebrated 1It Big Iturliccuo Yn
i > tcnlay
Mr Lon Stevens of tho Ix > velace
vllle road several miles out from tit o
city celebrated his birthday yesterday
by giving a big barbecue to his host
of friends About 2OO were present
and everyone enjoyed tho occasion
Immensely Messrs 1 Ben Wattle Len
Ogllvlo and Harry Hank attended
fecal this city
The Cure of HradaclK
By Osteopathy
What bono would you pull to
boat a headache asked a layman
Any bane that may bo out of Itt cor
tact position In the neck or back 8
as to bring Its pressure upon the
ervcs which express tho pain sense
that Is If the hoidncho happens
o be due to a bony slip but of courts
may act be at all That Is one
frequent cause but there aro many
others which are apt to bo operative
muscular contraction In tho back
n the rock or over the head may
Ikewlso cause headache Indigo
Ion eyestrain mental fatigue a
ilugglsh liver constipation kidney
llsease and many other things aro
frequent causes of headache liens
the cure of headache osteopathlcally
I the euro of lit cause or causes To
Clad the remedy theso causes having
they usually do an anatomical
nil requires special and thorough
raining and that it I why osteopathy
ixltta ea an Independent school of
nedlclne Its practitioner are spoc
allsts They euro headaches as they
other diseases not by pulling a
bone unless a bono needs pulling
Ut by finding the cause of each
pocial headache and giving that
Cause whatever treatment Is ncIod
cure It So In a dozen different
eadaches none might toe treated
like oiteopathlcally and yet ten or
loven of the dozen would likely be i
cured
urnlOsteopathy
Osteopathy Is probably doing more
r suffering humanity than any reo J
jnt discovery and 1 should like for
3U to Investigate Its merits I
hoard be pleased to tee all who may
Interested In osteopathy at any
Imefrom9amtol2and2ioG J
Imefrom9amtol2and2ioGOsteopathy E
Osteopathy Is the sane rational s
itment of Jllncis and disorders t
Dr G B Froage phone 1407 C1C s
oa4wajr p
Y
Dilllppolntlnll
Mrn Qumme
with deep curl
osltyOh Mn
OlandciT do to
me about Mn
Tenspofs scan
dal t wont you
Mrs Ol n < Jer
My dear It Is no
nearly so dread
fut as you hope
A Hard Tr lnln
Head of Firm
Have you ha
any experience I
Collecting Applicant
should ray I had
t used to be
country minister
Practically 8u
ptntltlou
I JleAre you lu
perstltloui abo art
I opals
She Well
think Its unluck
to lose a chanc
of getting one
The Question of
QuestionAge
Age
Jean I heart
May MJ thirty
Ethel t So sh
waat one time
WlyI ATEfli itXTS
I lung Lady hallo anal Prncluttv lit
Wrist
r Mils Maggie Budde of 1W38 1 South
r Twelfth street Wednesday morning
r fell from a bench on which she < wna
D standing1 > and broke her left iwilrt
8 Miss tiuddoi was watering plants and
p flowers and In order to reach them
f flood piraiiiencu The bench tipped
a and the ydung lady lost her balance
y faIling to > tho ground She alighted
1 1 w 1 th l he wrist under her body andrit
I wilstractured
CHACJUKS FEVER ox IOltl
s Strnnicr nMtltchiill Held Inddliiltily
at Quarnntlnr
Xow Orleans Aug 2 The steam >
ship Wbtchall arrived at the Miss 5
elppl quarantine station last night with
nine cars of fever on board and on
t t man In the death agony An autopty
was 1icM by Dr Thomas and his as
sistant Dr Lamb and the Port Eadi
Inspector Dr Olll fand the cauie of
death was tironoanMd to be chase es
t t fever
t t KAUNS M1IKKTV
Twice Convicted Mimlcrcr I > c < i > oa
From Sail
aanU
U
Neil Castlo Pa August 2 Tom
OToolewho twlc escaped vxccu
lion for tho murder of Roy Barber
escaped from tile county jail last
night lie dug a hole through the
brick wall and jumped 15 feet to t
the ground Olflcers with blood
hounds are In pursuit
i ADS USK1 > IX COIIMIOX worm
Olloin niul 1IlclI IntiiKliin Xrw
lelliMh In I KlRlit
Sterling 111 Aug i Slietby M J
Cullom has Introduced a new factor
In his campaign work having placed
display ads In all newspapers In the
Thirteenth congressional district The
method baa won Whltcilde county for
Cuiloni
lilllnl After Five Teals Wandering
Warrensburg Mo Auf 2lIe r
hart Orsborn eon of a prominent tam k
lorltil l city foil from a freight train
Iftlhe railroad yards In thlsclty today
and Wits Instantly killed
Some five years ago while electri t
clan for tho Hold D ecctrlc light com
pany Orsborn became Invivod in
troutild with his employers and left
Ho became a wanderer and vlitted
many countries Several weeks ago
he rotarned to this country and Comm u
aerated with his parents who wrote
him to como home They had not
heard of him again uptll this afternoon
when his brother hearing that a man
had been killed In tho talked yards
went to tee the foody As soon as hs
looked at It he exclaimed Mytlod
that l is my brother
11IuDie tri 31
HuKbutid und Wife Die lii I llourn
Warrensburg 301 Aug 2Mon
day morning Charles W Brook
aged 89 fell dead while seated In u
room at his homo lut this city Less
than twentyfour hours afterward
de
his wife aged 80 died In tho same
homo A double funeral will be held
at to oclock tomorrow morning and
tho aged couple will be Interred In I
the satire grave
31r und Mrs Brooks wore married
In i Indiana In 1829 and were the
parents of twelve children When
the civil war came on i tie father and
his two eldest sons joined the union
army and served during the war
The dead couple had bebri residents
of Warren Iburg for r > nearly llftr 1
rear 1
1
llcixjtlx Aiv False
Washington Aug iJ A telegram
was received from Mexico from Oapt I
James A fowling a prominent miner I
laying to please give no credence to I
sensational reports of agltatlpn aln8tI I
American There W i bo evidence of I
such agitation In aim part of the re
public c
1
May
UNCONSCIOUS
e
e
OWEN KEllTli rAMS I OVKItCOMK
I
WITH 1 1 MAT
ns
nsd I
1
levcnYt > ar > Olil Ituy Sustains Bud
g h den Slmkr lint Recovers and
Is Improving
4 a
t 1Overcome by tho Intense heat 11
1 this morning cloven ycar old Owen
Korth of SIG South Fifth street
carrier for The Sun was unconscious
for a quarter of an hour He was
playing abut his yard with other
t boys when overcome Dr Riven
hoI at
1 prostrations often are due to a dl a
ordered condition of tho system
which makes the person more sus
ceptible to tho heat The lad Is ret
f leg easy this afternoon
d SHOT CIIAWV IHKAt WSTANCK
Mini IHsrrtrrt After the IIglil
ItenrliP Sliollrr
Radisson WIs August 2 After
T crawling on his hands and knees for
a great distance through the forest I
DtiyoRoglch Milwaukee wounded
hIn thrco places by Clarence blots lit o
ngoutlaw lumberman of Cameron Dam a
18 reached tho homestead of Charles
hid l s
J
tlrecover In speaking of his terrible
a
experience Rogtch saM When the
d
fellows who were carryIng mo out t
of the woods thought they were pur
pllrS
mrt S ruo
it VfrAchjcr and said for mo to remain
where l had been left Realizing that
they were not coming back I star t
ed to crawl on my hands and knees
All that night and part of tho next
ncly my way °
woods Finally as I almost had de
cided to crawl beneath a tree ami
die I came open Johnsons cabin
h IIKAIIST OUT Ion iOVKIINOR
J
hnhywndens I t I
Favorsde
rNew r York Aug 2 William R I
esHrant I has decided to run for gover
nor as an Independent candidate The
state committee of tho Independent t I
league a Hearst organization met to
day at Ibo Qlfccy Houro and decided
1 the league hall bold a tale coax ea
lion In this city Sept 11 to nominate
flJarst for governor and put a fun
state and Judiciary ticket in the field
rBIYIN AND ItOOSKVKhT f
Itnth Inrrraslngly IVipular In MNxl I
ttlpll
Washington August 2 Con
gressman Candler of Mississippi
Ifwns among tho visitors at Democrat
ic headquarter today Ho declared
the sentiment for William Jennings
Bryan In Mississippi Is overwhelm
lag Ho said tho feeling against
Roosevelt Is not so bitter an former
Ir
MHS WIIITli 1 SAIUS FOR KUROPK
Vifv mill Daughter of ItoiTj Thaws
Victim Lravo Amorlra
sew York Atos 21t war report
ed todiy that Mrs Stanford White and
hef daughter Kauai i for Europe today
brf the steamer Baltic Another apse
sengor on the Baltic was Chas F Me
Kim of the firm of McKlm Mead A
M
White of which Stanford While was
a member
TAPAMWI CAIIMJ oinv
Dlrott1 Ciiiiiniuiilriitlun KMalilWi
Fir t Message Over New Ilnc
Toklo August 2 Anew J tele
graph cable which establishes dl >
rect communication between Japan
and the United States was opened
to the public today this being tho
first message transmitted over It llo
nln Is on a group of Islands off tho
coast or Japan
liiiM > rtmit Notice 10 Irojwriy Owner
Paducah Ky July 30 1900
All property owners am hereby
notified to at once connect all yard
drains Ito I tho storm water sewers on
Kentucky avenue between Fourth
and Ninth street and on Sixth Sev
enth and Ninth streets between
Kentucky avenue and Droadway
SignedBOARD
BOARD PUUUC WORKS
Hy L A WASHINGTON city En
gineer
Triplets OunililiMd WciRli I2 I OIIIICTH
New York Aug 2Charles Spier
was presented b y his wife late Monday
night with triplets the combined
weight of whom U Jut 42 ounces
They are now thrlvlngln an Iccubator
There I Is a boy and two gills Tho
three If placed side by side could oasl
ly find room In a No 7 hat They are
not much larger than an ordinary gold
watch and their finger ate about the
ilzo of a toothpick Standing erect
would look like pigmies alongside a
quart milk bote
Sore LungsWe
l
We want everybody who has a hard
cold In the chest to use AyeraI I
Cherry Pectoral Our long experlI
once with li over sixty yean tells I
us there Is nothing Its equal for coughs colds In the chest bronchitis hoarse
Is ness tore lungs weak throats and weak lungs Doctors tells us the same
thing Ask your doctor about Iw I h B < or li I w cablun f C IjrCo if
Jicin 11
M fmi riii irm In l MM
b sameI I
DEEPEST CUT OF ALLt t P s + f
of a Our Stock of light Weight Suits Must GoJ
is l
or 4ei Three Piece SuitsLook for the Lots i
atLot 5757 sold at irO3 cut now to698
Lot 5102 sold at 81200 cut now to 798 I
Lot 5782 sold at I 7 50 cut now to 498 II I I
258a
Lot 5751 sold at 16 oo cut now to 398
Two Piece SuitsLook for the Lots
E Lot 5208 sold at fgoo cut now tog98dl j
I Lot 541 6 sold at IO oo cut now lor 698
1irot Lot S052 sold at6 cut now to J I
378er
298o r
r
Youths Two and Three Piece Suits Look for the Lois
JLot 5051 sold at 15 00 cut nowto298
Lot 5464 sold at 1 4 50 cut now to 298
Lot 5925 sold ai 1450 cut now to 298I
I And so on down the line av I si i
ABOUT EQUAL TO SO PER CENT 12 OFF About Equal to Suits at Half Pricitl aft
I
ytiart i I
HERES SOMETHING NO OTHER HOUSE DOES
25 Per Cent 14 off on all black and
blue suits All other houses except these from
their cut price sales We dont ALL GO
Remember Cut Prices Still Go on All Low Quarter and
iCanvas Shoes Both Ladies and Men ° 1
See our Dongola Ladles Oxfords at 98C tta 4
Sold elsewhere at 150
Sec our Ladles White Canvas Oxfords at 7 1 c
Sold elsewhere at has
Misses at67c Childrens ats C
Lot of Mens Negligee Shuts silk overshot bosoms percales
etc with or without collars Itt38c
Silk Baws beautiful patterns at toe or 3 for25cif if r 1 I
b
Worth 250 each
it t
Lot mens and ladles Umbrellas Paragon frame fancy handles y 1 r
mercetlicdtwIH rfiitro6f coretff worth fi oo at 50C
rsl1t
THE MODEL
112 SOUTH SECOND STREET
Paducahs Cheap Cash Store The Store That Savest
I You MoneyI I t
ell 1 f4t
1
1
I
the 1 t I < I
Manager ot
t Managerof Jtj t
of ther
< A B A < >
y s dr + M41 F
r Starts today in The f
Sun Read I it as it 1
is one of the besti t k 1
stories of the
day a
J r rta
and selected by Har t
per Bros as ah
typical story of its ti i tt t
character <
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MILLINERY CLOSING OUT SALE 1 1
Oointj Out of Business 4w 4
My entire stock of Millinery will be put on sale ltffdayJ J s
and Saturday this week at purchasers own price
1
A lot of summer and rcadytorwcar flats below cost 1f f
Large lot of fall Felt Hats and entire stock of fixtures for t
sale Any plcc to suit customer Friday and Saturday of
this week
MRS D W COONS 524 Broadway
Broadwayf J
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