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HTENBDiY
I ARE THE BURGQRS1
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Busy at Grocery loor When
Jlr Price AppreachoB
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Discovers Mail n I nliornlorj
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GIVES CHVSB BUT LOSES c OUT
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Mr Sterling PrIce anv export saw
yer und saw flier at the Illinois shops
discovered a burglar attempting to
enter the sroeory sore of Johns Uuld
fn ttie OBrien addition back of the
IlllnqU Central depot last night but
the sawyer was outstripped In the rei
suiting foot race and < JI i 1010 tiet cosQ
enough to observe even the color of
tha fugitive
Sir frlco bad boon to Denton with
a party of f Paducah Odd Follows Tbo
train brought the party back at 1
oclock and Mr Prlce loft the depot
and nisde a cut through thevQOren
addition to his hqme
When he neared Uad < tg grocery lie
noticed a dark figure prying about the
front door When Prices foot steps
were heard tbo stranger twined anti
started punning Ho ran hard an4 + 4
Price was unable to follow long The
railroader went to a neighbors house
and woke kim up and the two made
a search about the hollows In that
neighborhood vthout success
Trltjd Back Door
While Zach Hayes a clerk at the
Hayes pharmacy Seventh attest nnd
Broadway was entertaining several
friends In the drug store last night
some one wag trying to break Into the
rear of the building and > ca entrance
to the laboratory where medicines ore
made The young clerk hoard It and
went back to Investigate
He stood near the door and wait
ing The would be burglar tried la
force It l easily but the lock was strong
and fearing that the crash would at
tract attention he did not attempt lo
use force A steady picking succeeded
the attempts to force the door open
when Hayes suddenly unlocked the
door and made for the Intruder
The man ran end escaped
GlhyT 1TIBEST
Shown lit Revival at Harmony Dal > >
Ut Church
At successful scries of protracted
service are being held at the Harmo
ny Baptist church near Orahamvllle
about ten miles from Paducah Thq
Key J T Stew rtvof Lone Oak and
the Rev E II Cunningham of Pa
ducah are preaching strong and able
sermons day and lliht to a crowded
house At the beKlrihlnj of this their t
second week thq number of addl
tlons to the church were 20 with 2fj
conversions Great good Is I being
done tnd while tljq Iqtej cst > lasts lhy
meetings wiitV Qtlnne
oonq Of ERA AT CASINO
Manager Malone Will Chance Ilia
11111 Early InSojitrnilKT
Comic opera will bq tho attraction
at the Casino at Wallacq park for a
seasbn commencing September 12
The utock company will disband III
toro that time as the rpembers wjll
wave tq fill winter engagements Mr
Harrington I thq Qmi dlaq with leave
a t say 4j Ther9 1111 be nyidevim
before tbq Casino clpal4 j and tlq
oporarcquipanj will change the bill
f leur Umesa weel
The bill tonlsbtU thS J < Hart of
cXentuckytVILb
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Attorney AY Martin of tho firm
of Bagby MarJIn will start tumor
rotf morning on a vacation which pre
ill take In a novel 1 war Ho wllf I
drive to his hpme In Or cnyjn j 1JS >
t1lttanco of about 100 miles and ex i
pet t to consume about throo data
He bat been suffering fromChHl and
ifew and ias just recovorod
1 Jndgp I 8 sJugTnko Oath
Frankfort Ky Aug 2 pfn M
lifting took tho oath of offlco aJ
Judge of the coitrt ofappeal6 this
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ttEWS OF KENTUCKY
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Sjwko at Same Time
Bailxwrvllle Ky Aug 2Au
amusing situation developed at the
Republican rally yesterday afternoon
DC E4wardi end John D White
congressional candidates were hero tq
address the crowd but a dlvllon of
Umo could not boagrocd upon The
two ti dldatcf hadj standeroc cd pn
UI o court houso square within fifteen
feet of each other and each proceeded
to address the crowd at once 3Iany
charges werQ < jhado by each candidate
atilt clients wero Singled with la uvh
tar as the comedy of the situation was
taken In toy the audiences The crowds
were about equalF divided
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Jaefilsturgis 1
sturgis Ky Aug 21Two uegroe
coal miners en route hero from Prov
idence this afternoon wore held up In
the road nearvHock spring and rid
dled with bullets by two men with
Winchester rifles One was able < o
make his way to town but was dan
gerously wounded the other was
brought In In a dying condition Har
vey Springer and Bob HallactiTe
members of the miners union tooth
having been served with restraining
ordersfpm tile dlttlctr United States
coart were arrested 1r the United
States marshal shortly after the deed
was committed and taken to Morgan
geld jaliA
Will lut on the Mil
Covtngton Ky Aug 2Tbe meet
log of mayors of Covlngtoo Central 1
and West Covington Uitoola and
Ludlow last night In Mayor Beachs
office Covington will probably decide
tp t comply with Oov Backhands lid
order They will also draw up a
round robin tq Opv Beckham statlpg
that they have complied with hie sug
gestions and will ask that the govern
nOI play no favorites and that be Issue
similar orders to the majors of New
port Bellevu and Dayton right
across the Little Licking
Tried tn IJIdo Ill Court Houtv Steps
Henderson Ky Aug 2 Wllllani
C Normont a prominent farmer of
this county who spent yesterday In
the city drinking with his friends
rode his hone up the court houo
steps late In tho afternoon and would
have gone through the building on
horseback If ho had not been prevent
ed by Jailer W B > Jennings who was
near tBobuIWIng at the time The
flight of steps Is very high and the
crazed rider narrowly escaped a serl
Otts accident <
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Victory for Harris
PIKqvllle Ky Aug 2Iho Tenth
district congressional convention was
called tq order at 105Qa m The
organization of the conveatlon was a
vlctqry for the anUBysrdi forces and
a decided triumph for Jim Hargis
whose Dreathltt county delegates ap
pear certain to be seated
Prof Tjlcr of Amherst College
said recently A mancanl Hrq com
fortably without bralM np maq over
existed without a dr esjtyq system
The dyspeptic has neither faith hope
or charity Day by day people l real
Ize tho Importance of carlflK for their
digestion realize IhQ need of the
use of a little corrective after over
eating A corrective like Kodol For
Dyspepsia It digests what you eat
Sold by Lang Bros
Will MceX After W Xeara
Mrs Krauk HardcsU of Union
town Ky passed through the cly
today eq route to Graves county to
visit a sUter whom she hu nol neon
la 1H years She will visit Mrs Kqn
Wlllett XhesJiterhavc boea In cor
rtipoadencq for rears but had never
had an opportunity to tee each other
Why does thq sun burn 1 Why does
a mosquito sting Why dp we feel
unhappy In thq Good Old Bummer
Tame Answer wad1 We use De
Vltfs witch Hazel satyr and these
little Ills dont bptnor us Learn to
iook fqr the name op thq box to get
tho genuine Sold by yaiig Bros
Attrsuled UuclI8JlT I
Miss Mario Wqber stonographet
and bobkk per In thq offlco of the
Homo Telephone company returned
this morning from her fathers home
Bear Dublin Graves coanty after at
tending the i funeral of her uncle Old
eon I Price f
In this ttQ t It Is not Wcessary to
serve a ryedayc notice for eviction
of a cold Uso the original laxative
cough syrup Kennedy Laxative Ho
ney and Tar No opiates Sold by
Lang Bros
1esfw In Xlnth
Claude Mi Desha announced as a
candidate for the Democratic nomi
nation for congress In the Ninth dis
trict t
You need a pill Use De Wltta
Little Early Risers the foulI lit
ttb pills Dd not j lckerror gripe but
remits are sure Sold by Lang Brai
MMCiKw Foe TIle MB
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CHILD LABOR UI
mm ENFORCED
Inspector Sjcnlly Visits the t
PnilHcah Shops
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Fiats pomlllfcinn Mucli ImQHnr
Sinn Last IiiHpectloii + Many
rUelrctl Employed
TKUMH OQ NKW 1UXJULVT1ONS
Thomas J Scally of Louisville
state labor Inspector concluding hit
lnspectlon < ol factoths In J aducahJ
MO Mid
saidI
I Tlnd that tha factQrl herqjem
Illor a great map children but they
all have permits from the county
Judge Tho conditions of the factories
ate much Improved since my last visit
t < 4rd re4 pmct change and thq orders
were compiled With I had few com
plaints to make Now and safer mac
cfalnery andr bottec Fonrenlenccs for
the employes bare bcn pro Wed
We are now ppqratlng under a
new law I which neat Into effect In I
Juno and which has greatly Increased
the demands on the proprietors of
plants employing children I found
tba many of thvnwnufncturerj In the
slate were not acquainted < with thq
t terms of the law I am required to
furnish then copies which they must
post In theft factqtlcs
Thq law makes many provisions l
fp r the moral and physical welfare of
t operatives of the factories The
handling of fruits and vegetables In
season and the delivery of tobacco at
warchousw are excluded from the pro
visions of the statute A manufacture
ing ostabllsfamont Is I defined as any
mllC factor or workshop where labor
Is employed
employedljopwlns Is an extract from the
child labor law
NOchlld under sixteen year of age
employed In any manufacturing estab
lishment mine mill or workshop In
t thin I commonwealth shall be required
permitted or suffered to work therein
more than sixty hours In any one
Week or more than ten hjurs in any
one day unless for the purpose of
making a shorter work day on any ono
day of the week and In no caso shall
any child under sixteen years ot age
work la any manufacturing establish
ment mine Dill or workshop after
seven qclgckIn the t qvenlru or before
six oclock In the morning of any day
No chUd under fourteen 14 years
of ago shall be employed at any time
tu any factory workshop mill or
mlne unless said child shall have no
other means of support No such child
shall be employed In any mercantile I
establishment nor In any tocvlco of I
any telegraph telephone or public
messenger company laundry printing
establishment except during tho va
cation of the p blc schools No child
under sixteen 1C years of age shall
be employed at any occupation danger
ous or Injurious to health or morals
And In event of dltarrcement between
the labor Inspector and proprietor the
city or county physician shall bo called
In as referee and his decision shall be
final It shall bot the duty of every
person employing children to keep a
register In which shall be record < ed the
name birthplace age and 1 1ue of rev i
Idence of crony porson employed by
him under the age of sixteen year
an4 It shall be unlawful for any pro
prietor agent foreman or other per
son In or connected with a manufact
uring etaulchmcnt mine jnll or
workshop tp hire any child under the
ago of sixteen years to work therein
without there Is first provided and
placed on ae4n the office an affidavit
I made by the parent or guardian stat
ins the age date and place of birth
of said child
No person firm or corporation shall
employ or permit any child under the
age of sixteen years o have the care
custody management of or to operate
any elevator nor shall any person un
der sixteen year of ago bo employed
at sowing belts or assist In sewing
belts Every person firm cprporatlon as
spcatlotj lndvldcat t or partnership
employing glr sor adult women In any
manufacturing mechanical or mercan
tile lotustryt laundry workshop ron
otatlng works or printing otOcoln this
common jealth ihajj provldq spats for
the use of irtf and women ro < em
ployed andsbaiL permit thY use of
such by them when not necessarily en
gaged In the active dittle for which
they are empjovcd
i The words mahufacturinB estab
lUhnjpnt traorevbr used In this act
shall H conitrmd to nican any Mill
factory If wofkehppwhere labor la
I employed
Civil Service mlnation
Authority for t examinations for
civil service positions was received
this morning by Examiner Fred Ash
toq They are for engineer Indian
service August 29 and toAst ar
s tant1 Phlllpplno service August
2i1 wo
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teaeribr Foe The Sw
i Coal Reduced
To 13c Per Bushel
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A 1 MY TIME AND bid
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FHOnTHK PITTSBURO COAL CO
OFFICe 126 BROADWAY
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TELEPHONES NI 3
Closing Out Sale of
ofII
Ladies Oxfords
IIIS Is the event of the season far its
THIS
4 and II you need a nice pair of Oxfords
to finish up the summer it will be of strong
i Interest to you too We offer eelY Ladies
Oxford in the house at reduced prices All
the new styles and leathers both lace and
button arc represented and it will pay you
to look over your shoe wardrobe and sec haw
you stand We give some prices below
f All f 300 Oxfoidi 1225
Ail t u Oiiorda 1175
All baoo Oxfords ln un 108
Allf iSo Oxfords 125
ILENDLER I 9 LYDON J
PADUCAHS COLLEGE
Patronize a home institution one that advertises Pa
ducah and delivers the goods Greater demand for
our graduates than we can supply Come to U5j we will
prepare you for a good positiofi and put you to work
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PADUCAHS SCHOOL I
4 306 Broadway
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OUR OWN ELECTRIC CARRIAGES
EXCLUSIVELY FOR PATRONS
Every few minutes between Hotel Depots i
Wharves and through Business District
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REAL ESTATE
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ISo O Tru heart Bldg Phone 127
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II Hot Water 2
I The Paducah Light and Power Co I Int
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Before Trading Your Old Bicycle
In on a New One See
WILLIAMS BICYCLE CO f
North Fifth St Next Kentucky Theatre
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They can save you money and
take your old wheel in ex
change We want an un
limited number of sec
ond hand bicycles
Remember this It the cheap
est house in town on bicycles
and everything for bicycles
1att furnished for any make of
wheel Expert machinists in
our repair shop All work
guaranteed
guaranteedBARGAINS r
BARGAINS IN TICKETS t
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IITO II COLORADO
II 10 CALIFORNIA
Very low rnuni rip riles all lumimr Special
reduction September 23 to 29 Inclusive SpltI I
Very low round trip rates all summer Special I I
reductions Sfrlember 3 to H Ineluilve One way 1t
II Colonist tickets will be on talc September 15 to O ober 31 I I 11
II TO HOT SPRINGS ARK
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Can be hauat i mo I I +
ments notice withi o t
Gas Water 1
Heater
The gal flame heats thee c
the water and not the1t
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summer Very low round trip rites all I I jl milt
IJJlustrat I d Booklets and Full Information Regard 1 1
ing Rates Routes Etc qn Request fll
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Little Rock Ark
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Shirt Bosoms Starched Rightb v
Ever have your shirts returned from the laundry
with the bosom starched only in spots and with starch
daubed all around the neckband and sides of the
bosom i
bosomWe
We have a machine which saves you from such I it
annoyances Ii
annoyancesNo
No chance to daub starch allover the rest of the
shirt with this machine
Let us demonstrate its value to you 1
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Both Phones 200 120 NorTH Fourth St
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When dwelling on the Plumbing or Heating question is
Whos the best to ace Ask your neighbor Oftener than not
he will refer you lo
E I D HANNAN
Plumbing Heating Gas Filling
133 South ANe130th
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