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I 1100 ntam u V fiT7 BVBNB I I WEDNESDAY SEPTESIBKn 12 I d
f Ic pabnCRI l sun
AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY
EY THE SUN PUBLISHINGCO
INCORPORATED
INCORPORATEDP PresIdent
Boffin Ji PAZTOit Oenertl Manager
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Zttired it the poitofflce t Paducah Ky aI
second clue matter
THE DAILY SUN
By canter per week I to
By mall per monthtn adranee CO
By mall per year fn adrance IM
THE WEEKLY SUN
Per year by mall postage pldItOO
Addreu THE SUN Paducah Ky
orricE 115 South Third TiLirnoms BI
p d Younc Chicago and New York rep
rmenutlvei
yeentUvcTILE
TILE SUN can be found at the following
placeR
n D Clementi 00
Van Culln Droi
Palaer Bouie
John Wllhelm
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12
CIRCULATION STATEMENT
August 1383C August 17 3888
August 23848 August 18 3874
August 33883 August 203862
August 43SG4 August 213811
August 63SC3 August 223834
August 13819 August 233833
August 83916 August 243841
August 9iJ921 August 264220
August 10 3890 August 27 3865
August 113961 August 283849
August 13 3894 August 29 4327
August 143885 August 304330
August 15 3914 August 31 4407
August 163898
total j 1106870
Average for August 190G3940
Average lor August 19063706
Increase 2351
Personally appeared before me
Mils September 1 1906 E J Pax
mn general manager of The Sun
Who affirms that the above statement
of the circulation of The Sun for the
month of August 1SMM5 Is true to the
hest of his knowledge and belief
PETER PURYEAR
PURYEARriotary
Notary Public
My commission expires January
22 1908
Dally Thought
To take time Itt the true sense Is
to take hold of It with a determined
hand
ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Sun Is authorized 1 to h Wnouncb
DA Cross as a candidate for Polio
Judge of the Paducah Police Court
subject to the action of the Demo
arctic primary Thursday September
20
The Sun Is authorized to announce
E H Puryear as a candidate for Po
lice Judge of the Pnducah Police
Court subject to the action of tho
Democratic primary Thursday Sen
timber 20
20SOUTHERN
SOUTHERN PROBLEM
In speaking of the Southeru States
Immigration convention which Is to
meet In Nashville November 13 H
and 15 the Nashville American says
The south bas come anruptly
against the labor question Ev
ery day the negro becomes less
satisfactory less reliable and
more hazardous as a dependa
ble factor In the Industrial situ
anon No man carrying ona
large enterprise whether It be
manufacturing mining agricul
tural or construction work
knows how many of his help
will turn up on any given day
and It is getting to be frequent
ly the case that they oo not
work more than half the week
Men with largo funds Invested
In costly machinery or who
have made bond to perform a
given work within a given time
are looking around for means
to escape from the predicament
The way out Is through the
Industrious Immigrant rrom Eu
rope or the northwest The
problem Is to got them hero Wo
need them not only for all man
ner of construction work soft as
agricultural laborers l but In do
veloping and building up our
countryWhen
When a man has the nerve to
leave his native land and travel
across the ocean to a foreign
shore ho has ambition and he
has energy and asaa general
rule he develops Into a good
citizen law abiding thrifty ana
Industrious For too many years
the south hasiturned up Its nose
at the Immigrant but we have
learned our mlstaxes our eyes
have been opened and the enter 1
prising men throughout the
South are ready to do what they
can to bring the Immigrant
here I
hereCharleston
Charleston has been made a
port of entry and Galveston Is
one already J T Harahan of t i
the Illinois Centrat railway s i
spent some trine In Europe this I
summer In the Interest of the c
port of New Orleans h
The Immigrant Issue Is a very a
osImportant one uri the south and
tIi Io t > JJ
Ah d
THE TORTOISE AUTO PROTECTORII II +
I
I
I
the Nashville convention will no
doubt be of great service In
helping the movement forward
o
Fussy newspapers are still fuming
over the fact that President Hippie
of the defunct Real Estate Trust
company did not swear cliO
smoke nor drink and stood high In
the church and some false Impres
slang evil In their Influences arc
being disseminated by edllorlalcom
meat on a news feature that gained
edt
wide circulation chiefly by reason of
Its novelty Did most of our crimi
nals eschew the common vices these
facts in connection with nipples
life would have been taken for
granted since his association with
the church had nothing to do with
his crookedness and only proves that
he was an abnormally developed hy
pocrite Of course there are rogues
In i the church Judas betrayed the
Christ but that Incident cast no
shadow on the church In spite ot
the Hippie episode we will continue
to put our trust In men who guide
their lives by the moral code only
exercising the same caution we would
In i dealing with a sinner
o
President Palma of Cuba has de
clued on an aggressive campaign
jTbJUpppojjUJpn Jpng sjpce adoptpd
the same policy Cuba leaders have
abandoned the ancient Anglo Saxe a
method of election and appeal to the
country according to the custom of
t elr LatinAmerican sister repub
lies An aggressive campaign In 1
South American contemplation is l
civil war Perhaps It is wise If they
believe in that kind of election the
more of them Killed the better The
hand of Providence may be wielding
the machete In Cuba Not even tho
most selfish patriots In this country
can now criticize our discretion In
giving Cuba her Independence Wo
wouldnt object to owning Cuba but
we do not card to father a Cuban
election
0
The New York union is ready to t
knock Courelds Metropolitan grand
opera chorus which Is bound from
Europe If Herr Conreld Is real
s
forehanded now be will instituted
season of II Trovatore while the an
vII chorus Is hot to strike
r
A scientist of Louisiana expects to
make denatured alcohol from centri
fugal molasses In Kentucky we take
our alcohol natural and like our
molasses rather centripetal tend
ing to hit the center of tho spot
as It were
C
Grand juries In many cities arc
after tho Ice trust and they have
been after the trusts so long It Is t
patent they Intend to press their
Investigation i far Into the winter
o
According to the Mayflold Mont
tor a man In Graves county raised a
stock of pop corn from a planting of
horse corn If you dont believe It
he can show you the stock
O
The Independence league of New
York nominates William Randolph
Hearst for governor In baseball par
lance that would be called an outlaw
league
0
The battleship Des Moines has
sailed away under sealed orders
Perhaps she has gone to join the
fleet at Smlthland
SmithlandNo j
NO rnosEcimoNa
>
Directors of Trust Company Act In
Right Spirit
Philadelphia Sept 12ln view
of the agreement of the directorate
of the wrecked Real Estate and Trust
company to put up sufficient money
to rehablllate the bank and for the
Btllljmoro important reason that his
Inviiptlgtttlon has not revealed any
crinfanal Intent upon the part of that
bi < y District Attorney John C < Bell
nnounced todaY there will probably
lSOturutrttr utlone
4 F
i
HAVANA
I
I IS THREATENED AND POPULACti I
I IS Fit OIITEEU
1
Loyal Troops Parade Before Peal
dent In Streets at Capital and
n Are Cheered 1
Havana Sept 12 So far as war
developments went today was ono
of the quietest since the outbreak of f
the Insurrection but the public In
terest was deeper and discussion
more animated arid earnest than on
any preceding day Tho govern
ments outright declaration that th <
war will be pursued to a finish wan
everywhere the solo topic of convert
salon That fighting of a far more
ea
j desperate character will result as
soon as the pews shall have spread
throughput the provinces Is not
doubted in any quarter The fear ot
an attack by the Insurgents on Ha
vana Is spreading and there are rUt
mors or less authentic from all dl
dectlons of nqw uprisings In varlons
quarters
This afternoon the government
forces In Havana paraded through
the principal streets and were greet
ed with some enthusiasm The pat
rade which was headed by the fly °
artillery band consisted of lOt
mounted ruraj guards clad In tho
regulation khaki uniform of that or
ganization 200 mounted city mill
tla GOO Infantry rural guards and
volunteers and a city militia com
pany of artillery with two machine
gun batteries
Tho parade was reviewed by Pres
ident Palma at the palace
ITOALVINB POISONING
From Packing House Goods at Ster
Illinoisd
Sterling Ill Sept 12 Physl
clans of this city report S40 cases of
ptomaine poisoning several patients
are In a serious condition The pole
oning was caused by eating pressed
corned beef purchased from the lo I
cal market The food camo originally
housee
Mr J S Mitchell who has been
residing at Kenton Tenn for a year
has returned to tho city
YOU DONT HIVE TO WAIT
nary dose makes you fed better Lax Jlo I
keepi rqnr whole Intldtt tltht Sold on the
moneyback ptn everywhere Price to i eels
An Assistant of Nature
Ono of the most Interesting thing
of this day of Interesting things in t
tho great success being achieved by
osteopathy
There Is hardly a day that some
cure which Is deserving of attracting
much attention Is not made by this
now science l and the more It Is stud <
Ied and the better It Is known tnc
easier itfstp sea why It is so
Osteopathy merely aids nature to
cure
cureIf
It Is a system of healing built up
on demonstrable facts
aIt discovers tho cause of rllcsaso
and treats It by scientific manipula
dons In orders to correct disorders
and bring about a natural condition
Nearly all diseases yield to the
treatment and the diseases local to
Paducah do so moat readily
In rheumatism liver and bowel
or stomach troubles chronic head
aches tired dut rundown condl
Lions nervousness Its success has
been very marked
I should like to have you tall to
discuss your particular case at any
time and not only will r toll you
frankly what osteopathy will do for
you but reefer you to wellknow u
Paducah peopje whom it has done
much for
DR G B PROAGB Phone HOT
oaitll18 IlJ
t tL
ot
OVER FIVE HUNDRED
DELEGATES COMING
Continued From Page Ono
other delegation
Mr W E Aton of Mllburn Ky
promises to be hero with n good
strong delegation
lion W J Stone of Kuttawa Ky
Is working earnestly for the success
succewIt
of tho convention and will see to It i
that we halo a strong delegation
from Kuttawa
3ifr JE Drldgewater of Bard
well Ky Is working up a largo dele
gation from his point
CItizens of Smlthland Ky are cn1
thusiastic over the movement and I
the Indications are that the largest
delegation at the convention will I
come from Smlthland and that sec
tlon
tionColumbus
tIlckmRnI
Ky are working on their delegations
and It Is safe to vw that large dele
gallons will como from each point
T R Green secretary of the Mil
burn Commercial club IB hustling
for a great delegation from iMIlburn
and It Ift assured that they will be In
forceIjamasco
Ijamasco Ky Morganflcld KyI I
Albany Ky Tlllno Iy Plnkncy
vllle Ky and Blrdsvllle Ky have I
all appointed substantial delegations
and will be well represented
Calvcrt City Ky comes to the
front with a splendid list of dele
gates
Mr S Po Brents of Ida Clinton °
county Ky and Sir r n F Blakely
of Ida Ky and Mr FranK nobln
son and J R Ferris of Salem Ky
ore heading the movement In their
section and working up strong dele
gallons
Kevll sends In I a list ofdelegtcs of
sixty from < Kevll and surrounding
territory
territoryBayou
Bayou Joy and Carrsvllle Ky
hue promised to send strong delega
lions
So far over five hundred dclegtes
have been listed by appointment of
mayors delegations and acceptance
of Invitations direct of the Commer
alai club
IllIbThll
The Indication are from seven
hundred to one thousand delegates
will attend thltf convention which
will make It the greatest popular
movement ever known In this section
of trig state
Burnt
Itaslandh 8
F Magruder Chas Olark Tobo Scott
Frank Oapps Dr D E Burrow C
W Black s A Buchanan S R Cut
ver fit A Dance R M Davis R S
0Ghohlon L T Gholson It F Hook
It S Hook J J Jones A L I New
man D P Newman T I Ross N A
Scottd
W A Albert Fred Epperson B B
Bhhpp Rob Bowlls J R Bowlls
J M Buchanan Jostle Chlldress R
H Dale B C Edwards TD
Framthfroy T M Fen wick D F
Grant J W Hobbs Chas Haw
thorne W N Jeter O W Leigh J
T McNcM J E Newman R It Pot
ter II S Roby A W Rlckman W
IL Smith C B Lrewalla T H Ub
sect M Wray Frank Wyatt J W
Stevens S 1 Dale A J Moore W
L I Beck Hugh Stapp Taylor Scott
R A Roseau i n
MURRAY W O Wear E D
Holt B Fchrador H D Thorn
ton I L Barnett B P Phillips T
R Jones W t Slcdd J B Hay J
C McEIrathj George Overby J W
Farmer S II R Dyer L W Holland
S P Simpson J A Edwards J M
Radford R Downs N D Barnctt E
S Dluguld Nat Ryan EaR Hale y
Vs Swan Col Con Linn H A
Frultema M T Morris E Robert
son H P Wear WIN Mason R T
WeBs > A J G Wells F C Allen O
T Halo J D Sexton A Q Knlcht
W h Whltnell G W Downs Thog
H Cochran E P Phillips C D
Holt E R PhlHlps O Ji Jennings
T H Coleman J T Ov Woodruff J
D Rowlott Gus Farmer Will Palm
er E C Ororby A W vMcDanlel M
T Brlnn Ernest Jurches H Robin
son D C Darnes Grover Boyd Lake
Miller Willie L Fulton Frank Ben
ner Bruce WeHs J H Coleman K
B England Ontus Buttorworth
Drown Venable E H Perdom L W
Holland Gus Nix B F Clayton E
A HughC3 E P Phillips
OEAYFIELD Leo Duepreo George
T Fijier Jk P Evans T J Murphy
J nt Lemon Gus Thomasi George
Kennedy II C Noale J G Webb
W1 Webb J E Robbins B F
Key R F Wright John Wyatts R
0 Hester R E Johnson W K
Wall George LIgon C W Wilson
H A Coulter A Brand W A Usher
0 I Fuller It T Davis J D Wat
son J E McKelV J T Miles Scott
Cook Will Brand Joo Hamlett Geo
H Pike W O Wall J S Laudneur
Ridgewayo
H J Moorman J L Sherrlll B F
HalefleldCOLUMBUSChas
COLUMBUS Chas M Walker
M1LBURN T R Greene W E
Atoll Stanley and Cato TJD BUgg
Luther Wlteon a 1
S ITHLAND J W Bush O H
w l X Oowper P H Bu lr
o t > J rl i V
C II Webb Jr Dr F tt L rue L
Dranilttcttor proG L Crawford C
0 Lowery J Fort Abel I D A Dunn
pea P Rogers Thomas Davis Judge
J M t Davis J L AbeD Louis
Adams W I Clark O C Lasher
Laruo and Adams C B DavIs Jeff
Clopton Barnstcttcr Bros Tom lIf
Davis W B Presnell S a Kendall
T D Presnoll J D Trail O II Me
Grow J O Gray Will Miller G 1Yd
Laudman Henry Mlzell C lit Hoi
llngsworth L If Cochran L Tp
Wortcn J 1Vr Joiner Ts JVIlson R
S Lockctt W F McChandless J W
Durham Win Belcher SIoso Golsbj
L I Tracey John Vlck WF Ross
E M IKketU
WICKL1FFE S P Eldson J Ap
Miller II BcrbHnft L O Norwood
W A Hall J F Cooke J K BImey
A Rich Chas Wlckllffe I Dunn
BIRMINGHAM M R Cox W O
Howard EC Phillips
HarryI
J H Little W G Ullller 1 Janice H
Goheon James D i Mathews E C
Djxus J M Johnson J M Ford R
G Shcmwoll Coy feeder H B Hol
land F A HIggins J G Harris Mr
M Cole Chas Jones M B Pace E
B Ferguson D D Ferguson J L
Pace J N Dowdy Dlllard Dents
Hoy Nelsont
SALE IJ R Ferris
MARIONi Thomas J Cochran
Robert I CCunn Chan Evans C H
Whltehoue il H Sayre James E
Crlttbndcn T A Fraser O 6 Nunn
S M1 Jenkins Goo M Crldcr R L
Moore James Henry K II Hayward
OIHe iM I Jams Nina Howerton
CADIZ Felix K Grasty
iMETROIOLIS F McCartney
FOLSOMDALB B W Barton ft
M Thompson J W Carne B M
OrrBDDYVILLE
BDDYVILLE C W Davis L P
flood U S King TC Molloy E H
Jones S R Glenn
TATUMVILLE W M Joust
Charlest
Rhea 0 N McGrew O L Bell
CALVERT CITYJ JI Trchenor
Leo Cox H E Goodloe L S Dees
J C Noble J W llalstead W I
ClarkDEXTER
tyDEXTERJ A Hewlett W A
Ross J IL iMorrls J O Morris Jack
Bolas
BolasHICKMAN
HICKMAN H 0 Beale M B
Shaw
ShawMELBBR
MELBBR A G Brooks J A
Davis Homer Dlnntnges J M
Thompson T Jones F 0 Rives
John Try 1allcr Purchase J 6
Pryor W H Lawson J F Senior
Joseph Shemwoll
UIELFLEd Choaault C
CVPRES3 Bclf Brooks
LOWES M L Jones 8 E Bar
rigor A R Stayton Ed Davis RI
1eckVIOLAJ
VIOLA J B Warford Charles
Boswc G W Vaughn Jeff Mc
N ole J Bell
BARDWBLL J E Brldgewator
pinDSVILLB W B Abcll R C
Leper J J Fleming R F Blakoly
J B Trail W II Lay
KUTTAiWA N O Gray Otho
Fowler WJ Stone John L Smith
HARVEY Isaac Washum J H
buy Samuel iPlumblee Nelson
OwensLAMASCO
LAMASCO J S Hodge James A
VlnsoninCKORY
inCKORY GROVE W L Rus
sell C W Smith L E Stevenson
H B Wilson
fUKAS E Sexton Jesslo Fay
gate Dan Sexton r
VICKSBURG J it Dunlap W
H Taylor
TalorKfltKS
KIRKSBY Hunter Olntfes
CUNNINOHAiM A 8 Nichols
HAMPTOV rank Robertson R
F Blakely
BlakelyOARRSVILLB
OARRSVILLB James Cox
OODVILLEGeorgo L Allison
TILINE Charles Smith Thomas
SmithfDASo
fDASo B Brents T F Brents
HAZEL Dul j Miller II I Nee ky
H F Rose P G Mcloan
iKIRKSBY C E Oarrk
INKNEYVILLEJ It Moore
land Phillips Clark
MORGANTOWN II B Moore
headPRINCETON
PRINCETON A C Bell Catlett
BrothersALDANYc
ALBANY < X L Boll
An Louisville Sees It
The following letter has been reo
calved from the Louisville Commer
clad club
My Dear Mr Coons I have watch
ed with much Interest thq movement
you have inaugurated to bring deslr
able Immigrants to western Kentuc
ky I am certain that the club will
welcome tho opportunity to appoint
delegates to your convention
I am using quite a long story in 1 I
the September Issue of Business of
which I am editor on your convene
lion Yours Cary truly
R E HUGHES Secretary
BLISS AOAIN CRITICALLY ILL
Former Governor of Michigan Taken
to Alma Sanitarium
Saginaw MCli Sept 12E x
Governor Bliss has Buffered a relapse
during the lust week and today was
taken to the Alma sanitarium In the
Jiope of deriving benefit from the
treatment lie Is in pie name critical
condition he pM tw < > months > 110I
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NEWS OF KENTUCKY
V
Prominent Men Die
Cadli Ky Sept 12 F A Ma
graw a prominent business raaa oft t
Roaring Springs this count Is
dead
deadO j
O A Shoemaker of this plcro a r
prominent citizen died offpnsumpf
flea > pf the bowels
4
Fatal Riinmvny V 1
Fulton Ky Sept 12 Mill
George C Payne ono of thy most 1
prominent women In this city was
out driving with Jierslster whoii the i j
horse became frightened throwing
her out t and Inflicting Injurloj whichi
two hours later canoed her death
nor companion was onlyisllchtir IuJ
JuredI JttfAli i
Yntctilnff Party Sate
All doubt as to tho safety of Ar t
thur J Moxhnm and party who were
reported to have boon Jost white arils
MrI
Moxhoms private yacht the Con
stance was removed hate today by
tho receipt of tho following telegram
from Queb ck The yacht Constance
was A J Moxham fnA family on
board Is hero
6 t
Fatal Wunlljr QUArrel
Clinton 1Sepl JJSoor Clin
ton In this county Dr Jeff Moore a t
physician abet and Instantly killed
1his
tho bedside of J E Moore Uw father
of tho man who did tho shooting t
The two men had a dispute though
the causo of tho quarrel Is unknown
Dr Moore cams hero from Nevada
Mo to toe nt the bedside of his father
and 1 Mr Williams came from Emoryt
for the same purpose iMooro baa
been arrested
D fIf f A BAY J t
Charles Carter
Charles Carter 82 years olda
farmer of Kaler Graves county died
last night of general debility lie
leaves a wife and daughter He was
a member of tho Christian church
The funeral was held this afternoon
churchl
at 2 oclock Tho burial was lay
Clarks river cemetery
I
v
I 1 h J 1
ti
Mm L Mills
tea Den Martin was called to
Gantown III this morning by the
Pdeath of her sister Mm L Mills
tMills
Mills was operated on by a Paducah
physician two years ago She was 68
years old and leaves four children + a
1
Cllrlen Itentrlm llnmm 1U
Helen Beatrice Darns 4 years oldv
daughter of F Barnes of Ashcraft
avenue Meclranlcsburs died at 8
odock tout night of malaria fever
<
The body will be burled this after
noon at 4 oclock at Oak Grove
IICI ten IKtiny
Miss 1 Rcna Denny 67 years old b i
died on West Teun > as < i ptreiN be
yond the Worten addition yesterday
Tho body was taken to Grahamvllle
her birthplace far burial yesterday
afternoon
KILLED HV PUutaAgFg i
nivonnc of Ktfnitn Attacked at Night
Troop In Pursuit fl
Manila Sept 12 Lieut iR E
Treadwell of the Philippine scouts I
was killed last plght by Pulajanea 4
six miles south of Baroucn Ho was
in commapd of a mall detachment
Of scouts whose blvouao was at
tacked during the night by a band
of about 100 Pulajauos Lieut +
Treadwell was the only man hit
Troops are In pursuit of the band
Sixty troops and forty constabulary
struck a band of Pulajancs near r
rt killed one and
wounded several of them The restv
of tho band escaped The troops sus
tamed no casualties and destroyed a
largo quantity of luppllei gathered
by the Pulajanos
Pulajaaoss1AN I
MANV MILKS
Mis Hacker iIler i
Her ChoiceS
i S
After experiencing the horrors of
the San Francisco disaster and tray
cling thousands of mile to Join her
ISan
San Francisco was married today In Y
Metropolis to John C Ferguson or
Grlnnoll Massac county III orM M
trate Liggett performed the ceremo
ny Mr Ferguson met Miss Rucker
In San Francisco five years ago Re
pressed his suit but was put off In
the earthquake and fire Miss Rucker
lost her ail and tho pleadings of her
herlover
lover met with acceptance 1 +
Mr M Brogan and daughter Miss
Agnes Brogan of 1215 Trimble 1
street have returned from an ex l
tensive trip to New York city Phil u
tadelyhlt tt ti v
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