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The Paducah weekly sun. (Paducah, Ky.) 1902-19??, December 12, 1906, Paducah Weekly Sun, Image 8

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iF ° TACK EIGHT THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN wEDNESDAY fECEitfEtt 1L
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t i Christmas S Suggestions 1
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i Smoking Jackets
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that if it is contemplated to make a gift of either of
7those luxurious commodities it will M well to make an early
Itselection before the assortment become depleted By reason of
the very attractive showing we are making and this seasons
is > more extensive than ever interest in these garments is
bound to center here taxing even our immense stock If you
care to make choice now we will be pleased to hold in reserva
tion for later delivery
Smoking Jackets Si to 15 Bath Robes 350 to 15
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We Use ° the King of All
Bosom Ir oner s = Why
1FirstBecause 1 it irons smoothly not rough
Second The button hales or stud holes match
Third Negligee shirts with buttons are ironed perfectly
and without injury
j FourthIt irons either stiff or plaited bosoms like new and
the hump so often seen israissing
No other like it in West Kentucky Satisfy yourself by
sending us your laundry v
STAR LAUNDRY
t Both Plumes 2H 121 North Fourth St
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j 4 I Real Estate Agency
> 1 F REE REAL ESTATE PRICE LIST
tiFraternity BuildklcBoth Phones 835
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WH1SKV FKIJjTO DyiXCI I 1ATJIIat
1 t fiftuatlonnl Charge < Jn 1000000 Y
I Will Cuo at fit Ix > uN i
I 1st Louis 1 Dec 12 Caroline j
l iper who was 6n jhe stand today
rtiKewiitfto break the 400000T
gilt of < jhrIsJ n roper tobacconist
< I qad street railway magnate It 401
t t 1 iailiV w ttettrt l that fane and other
iifitawsy looked over the ifcransora and
y iJMrl hevybrothei V Frederfek giving his
fi Mr iv blsky I agalnsi tie wishes of
4JM ftwilly clinician Jij order to keep
UM yicTi3nllllouaIro Item making
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any < talements to the other children
Frederick C Peper who Is president
of the Iepor Tovacco company and
ah execiiitoy of the will 18 l charged by
the othdr i children with conspiring
with Christian Cornelius the com
panys secretary and treasurer who
I was raised by their father to bull
doze the father Into making a will
glvjnu Cornelius an equal share In the
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estateHoliday it I
Holiday designs In Christmas pa
per napkins for tfic a dozen at The
I Sun office Suitable to wrap your
Christmas gifts In
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SHOOTS HUSBAND
1 WHO ATTACKS HIM
Continued Prom Page One
heart of mine but since she mar
ried 1 bad not talked to her until
recently Clark did not like me be
cause Mrs Clark did When I re
turned to Paducah a week ago 1 was
Informed by a friend that Mr and
Mrs Clark werq separated and I
telephoned her She Informed me
that oho and her husband had sepa
rated and I called up again yester
day Mrs Clark said she was 111 and
I asked her If she desired to come
to town She replied in the affirma
tlve She requested mo to call for her
and securing a buggy I drove to her
mothers residence where she lived
I took my pistol because I was going
Into the country and felt I needed
means of protectionnot that I
might have trouble with Mr Clark
j 1 The gun was carried In the bot
tom of the buggy and when I reach
ed Mrs Schacffers residence I took
it out and placed It In my pocket
This I did because some one might
tmre stolen It had I left It In the
buggy
buggyAlter
After entering the house early In
the evening I sat down I was there
but a short time before Mr
Clark burst Into the room Iwal
startled and when he shot once 1
lost my head lie missed and began
to beat mo with a stick J
With this Winfrey displayed sev
eral lumps oq his head and abra
dons on his face
I retreated and fell from the
porch as he strtick me Winfrey
continued I scrambled to my feet
and made for the gate Clark cried
halt and when I turned commanded I
me to jump the fence Instead I
dodged behind a tree and pulled my
gun It was the first time I bad had
a chance to use It He had his pis
tol pointing at me and I fired once
The ball struck him In the breast
but I did not believe be was wound
ed He did not fall and fearing he
would shoot me fired once again
this shot taking effect In the head
I shot In selfdefense and this
will be my plea I am sorryl had tp
do It but I did not provoke the as
sault Mrs Clark Informed mo sht
and hai husband had quit for good
and I did not think I1 was doing
wrong in calling on her i i
domes Up Friday
The corners jury returned the
following verdict r 3
I We the Jury empaneled to In
quire Jpto the death of Owen Clark
whose body now appears before us
and from the evidence that he came
to his death In McCracken county
on this December 11 190C as are
suit from a pistol shot or shots in
flicted fcy AlWInfrey f
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Clarks body was prepared for
burial and this morning taken to
Hppklnsvllle Mrs Clark accompa
nied It and because of this factno
action was taken Ihjtha 1 grand Jury
room today All witnesses have been
summoned to appear Friday morn
ing befjre the grand jury
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Winfretfs Jilixfortnnes
Albert Winfrey la Indeed an un
fortunate young man Ills faults are
ordinary but It seems that he was
born under an unlucky star and his
friends are sorry that he Is now to
face the serious charge of murder
Albert Winfreys troubles began
when he commenced to toddle about
Winfrey even In sports was un
luoky The ball teams he played
plnodI I
with were always the under dog al
though WJufrey himself was an ex
pert Infielder exI I
Six years ago he was unfortunate
enough to lose his unfortunateI I
and was forced to steal a ride on the
blind baggage of an Illinois Central
train to Paducah lIe was mistaken
for another at the depot hero by < Pa
trolman William Rogers who shot
him in the back thinking him a fugi I
tive Although six years have elapsed
tho bullet remains In his body and de
spite the repeated examinations by
Xrays It can apt ho located
Winfrey was arrested once for al
Jegod robbery but It developed the ac
user WAS mistaken and had MenU
fled the wrong man
i Winfrey got on an owl car six
months ego and became Involved l In
trouble with the conductor who
swore put a warrant Ho was fined
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Last night to cap tho climax Win
frey went to see an old sweetheart
and was forced to kill her husband
from whom she had separated
Winfrey even waa unfortunate In
domestic life having separated in
February 1905 from his wife
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Mrs Schaeffer Talk
i Mrs Clark was at home today but
too nervous to talk < Hor mother I
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Childrens Gifts From the House of QualityF
We have called your attention ih our previous adds to our elegant andtr tr
useful presents in Chafing Dishes Coffee and Tea Pots and Chrisly Mixers y
and now wish to show you that we have a great quantity of goods suitable r
for the children as shown below
SKATES Every boy and girl too for that matter
wants a pair of skates We have a great assortment of both
ISKA I roller skates ranging in price 75c to 350
Every pair warranted
The greatest assortment of sleds in the
city50c to S3 50
It will pay you to see these splendid
0 1 valuesS
Velocipedes all sizes rubber and steel
I tires S 150 to S50O
And if ho wants n rifle wo have the celebrated
Stevens Favorite IS500 r
Stevens Maynard S300
llainiltou Rifles S 150 to S2
Daisy Air Hittu single shot 75C
repeater = S100
We are headquarters for boys wagons
We have all kinds from tho small ateul
wagon to tho fancy wagons with shafs
IIChilJrcns II DesksS 100 to S 150 II
We show this for the babiesi
75c babiesI I I i 1
Automobiles and racers same motion as
rowing tho best chest oxpander known
PrlccsS600 to S 12r
L W Henneberger Co Inc
The House of Quality Sign of the Big Hatchet
422 Broadway Scotts Old Stand Both Phones 176
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Mrs Schaeffer r tdt
The Orst I kgcw was when Owen
Clark came runnjug Into tho houre
Then a shot was fired In Mrs Clarks
room ana Winfrey l < came running
through 5my root Tmrsued by Clark
They went out onthe porch It was
too dark for us tJ t see but we beard
the shots and Owen Clark staggered
back toward the house and fell Mrs
Clark said Winfrey had Just got
seated in her room when Clark enter
ed with a threat arid r began to shoot
IjeslIoiMorris 19 years old employ
ed on the Schacffer farm says he saw
Clark strike Winfrey several times
with a stick
Their statements corroborate those
of Wlnfroy
W9nfreyRODbED
HOUIIRD OTHER JUNKS
Hold KntiHflft Crnckfuimn Makcji n
i Confession
Great Dena Kas Dec 12 Jos
eph S Kearns the former dry goods
clerk and newspaper man who was
cautured hero last Saturday after
fobbing a Great Bend bank In broad
jjny light confessed today to having
robbed the Midland National bank
al Newton Kas pn the afternoon of
November 13 when ho locked tho
jerks and customers six In all In
the bank vault and escaped with 1
too
j Kearns confessed that lid sent part
of the money secured In the Newton
robbery to his mother and sisters at
Ann Arbor Mfch He spent some of
It In living at fashionable hotels In
Chicago and Now York and lost soy
eral hundred dollars In a Chicago
gambling house life i will be surren
dered to the Newton officials for
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prosecution
i7rosecutlon1llrhnel
Mlrhnrl 1 flexion
Michael Sexton one of tho best
known and most popular j engineers on
the IlllnoUr Central died yesterday at
Battle Creek MlqL of stomach trou
blo after an Illness of toreral months
Ho had gone to Battle Creek to re
gain hli healtbI The body will not
be brought here out taken to his old
toomoln Import Ja to be burled to +
morrow Mr Sexton was 34 years
old and came to Paducah four yews
ago He pulled the fast manifest
trains between Paducab and Evans
vtlle and lived at the residence of
Andy Seltz U 3 TJefferson street He
was slnglo and Ms parents live in
Iowa The Jocal Brotherhood of Lo
comotive Engineers was notified of
his death by telegram lost night and
It is probable that a delegation of en
gJneera will be sent by the order to
attend the funeral Sexton was a
member of the bro t erhoad of this dl
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AT OQILVIBS IS r
SANTA CLiI US will hold his annual reception ill Christniasfand Fr ltlJt
and Saturday from 3 to 4 30 > io Come and bring the little ones r
Kindly
purchases with you
I Notice
t Dp you want a good place to
board f
The New Richmond House wilt
give the following rates this winter
2 persona In room 4 l per week
1 single room G
21 meal tickets U
BUD DALE Proprietor
She Rot It Kiwi
Unlontown PaDec 12 its An1 i
tonio Broslla 50 years old of Foots
dale near hero shot and killed her
husband today during a quarrel Fol
lowing her arrest the woman mil
He rushed for the gun to kit mo
but I got It first and shot him
An educated man doesnt have to
keep always announcing the fact
letwcrfte for 1 no twa
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JUST IN
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New lot of those Chiffon
Scarfs 8 dozen sold in one
afternoon They are going t
fast you will have to hurry
six different kinds
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Lest You Forget
Our Handkerchief Depart
mentis i the most complete in
countryYou tt 4
You know our reputation
All linen embroidered hand er
chiefs 0 In a boxd f 145t
All linen embroidered hnndker a
chiefs 0 In box verydaintyf285a
Embroidered handkerchiefs
from 5c to t11
Dont forget our 20o leader
HOSIERY
We have In Indies all silk
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hoseono we call good which
during the holiday season we
are going to sell attl 60
Other silk hose at
12 00 J260 3 00 1300 1400
If its possible do your shopping in tho morning You will i t
have much better attention We will also ask you to take small
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