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I vo THE PADUCAH EVENING SUN o +
UE BIRDS
HAVE FLOWN
i k Took Three Straights I
j froin the Heqs
tOomes Here J For a Double I
Gerard Pitches His First
Game of the Season
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f TODAYS SCHEDULE
ineenei at Pad ca1
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TOMORROWS SCHEDULE
sduaithh at Uaii 1
Hwfcrion at Olarksvllle
fnel tit Hopklnsville
BirdsI I
Th ludlani defeated the Blue Birds I
yesterday afternoon at Wallace
asking the third straight vie
aw the visitors
JWw JJMHn hit vrrll Yesterday Bed
tI being in the box for the vial
i Mi Henderson also did some good
1j f Gerard pitched hit first
this season for the locals
GiNuri had steam but walked five
itiytuk one man His work was
A Md aRreat deal above the work
MMj fttelieri whs have played here
MMon He will 0 be pitched here
when the regular staff is t not in
iirisa
THE SUMMARY
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Left on bases Paducah 8i Bender
4Left
4
aop19 Two base hits Roddick Ben
jjBjj Stolen bate Gilligan Sherman
VFotti Freeman Gerard Sacrifice
lwi Barlow Freeman Roddick Hit
ftbj < pitabedball by Gerard 1 Struck
ft
foi I1Geflrd1 i by Wilson 2
sl Jt pn balls by Gerard 5i by Wil
cr Time of game 1 hour and 35
minutes Umpire Shnstor
t EGYPTIANS WIN STEADILY
V Olt III Jririd23 The locals
< r11a Yesterday making three straights
s ff fVincennei r h e
f Oftiro 394
TtfftMBM 152
Ifcktteriei Doll and Bntledge Todd
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JS LQL RKSVILLJ LOSES
pUrhiville Tenn June 28The
BJolit > ri won yesterday r h II
felilihttville 096
IJJlley 6 10 4
JKbttwief Bomar and Ootroll Wag
> Me l Flakes and Pettit
4a SOME BABE HITS
yiUgas aatl Gerard did excellent
> fttif I > K yesterday Gerard ii I hitting
ii Md Gilllgaa is i always there
btlw goods
Biirley played a good first base yea
J K
ijf Xisind caught his usual game yester
aiayaHdwhat few attempt to steal
deby l the visitors were promptly
jfjiwiiHed b > the ItBIS Mana wing
t s feeman plays a good field and ii
dpiH with the rest of the team
Ilrew Ii iteri hit well ai a rule but
r aJFreemiisaq exception
Ieh r eeemi off on balls and strikes
t very rigid in i this enforce
discipline and will stand for
i
fa tile tug of war Both Cairo
hare been playing iteady
winning ball and both are anxious to t I
got together
togetherDowning
Downing of the Henderson team
has made good patching Ho has a
good wing and 4iii snonlderi show
great strength which ho exhibited in a
terrific drive to left field
8Reddiok Is one of tho fastest second
basemen in tho league but was hurt
early in the season His loss is great
ly felt in the infield by the Blue Birds
Gilligan showed the fans yesterday
that his wing wax as good to first from
third bag as from the short position
Ho played a star game at third
Potts fumbled a hit yesterday bat
it was doe to his playing out of pOll
tionRed
Red Wilson says Paducah has per
tantly got a bunch of hlttenthe weak
est being as heavy as the best in other
team
Red Violet is ont again after a soy
eral days illness and will probably be
in the Cairo games Brady Is also
better and will pitch in the Cairo
series of games
Says the Cairo Bulletin Derei
only two ways o pnttin out a bunter
git the ball to fast ahead 0 him wid
a quick trow o chase him down de
base line and tag him froths behind
De fust way takes speed in de arm
and do second way takes speed In de
legs 0 course if rouse got fellera
dat go dribbling about de funny
house dey kant make either play
Dey must keep their tank tank wid
them all do time Lippy
Some weakkneed fans are squirting
ioe cold water on tho gleeful hopes of
the champions returning the cutnpli
ment to the Paduke Redskins To be
frapped at the outlet is dead open and
but and place the team in the rook
The Vinoennes team arrived from
Cairo this morning to play a game
here this afternoon The arrange
ments for a double header today were
not consummated as the Hoosiers will
play Hopkiniville a doubleheader
here Sunday if the arrangements can
be made
madeCaptain
Captain Wilkinson stated at the
train this morning that his team has
been bard worked and he doesnt caro
to run the risk of two double headera
this week especially after the defeats
at Cairo Setley arrived with tho
team and will otlioiate in the Cairo
series hero and at Cairo
Setley is very greatly disgusted with
Cairo fans He stated this morning
that he never umpired better ball in
his life than at Cairo and the players
did no kicking yet the grand stand
kept up a continual roar Sotloy ii
the best umpire in the league i Knows
the gamo thoroughly and is impartial
The only trouble ii that no man could
umpire a game to snit Cairo because
the fans down there always did know
HO much more about baseball than
any other people on earth
If a double header is finally ar
ranged for today Brabio and McGill
will pitch it The singlo game will
be pitohod by Brahin and the Cairo
series will be opened by McGill if he
does not work today
The Cairo series will be pitched
by McGill Brady and Freeman at
Cairo and by Brnhio Brady and
Freeman hero
THROUGH TO THE EAST WITH
OUT CHANGING OARS
Drawing room sleeping curs leave
Loniivillp 1 pm and Cincinnati
830 a m 116 p m 440 p m and
830 p nlr daily running through to
New York over Pennsylvania lines
For reservation of sleeping car space
in advance apply to 0 H Hagger
ty D P Agt Louisville Ky
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a Fresh Freestone Peaches with O
Cream 150 c
IsCOLUM IA I y
100 IHlynIO < > viuivn
Progressiveness
Our persistent aim is to better
our business That which for
merly was regarded as BEST is
not now so viewed by us Every
thing we carry in stock for the
stele is high grade and selected
with great care But we carry
good things for the well at our
fine Soda Fouutain Our
CREAM said by many to be the
finest they ever ate Served with
Crushed Strawberries Pine Ap
pIe Peaches and Nuts And all
other Cooling and Refreshing
Drinks served with Pure Fresh
Fruit Syrups
HAYES
7th and Broadway
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POLICE COURT
The Docket This Morniug Was
Very Brief
Only One Fine Assessed Other Oases
Dismissedy
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Judge Sanders had but four cases
before him this morning
W K Poage the clothier was
grunted a continuance this morning
in the cases charging a breach ofthe
ofthea
peace and carrying concealed a
weapon
Frank Hagan white war arraigned
for being drunk and disorderly and
the caso was continued
L Lloyd Martin Devitt and M P
Johnson white were arraigned for
fighting and the latter1 two were fined
J3 and costs and the two former die
missedThe
The case against G Bloodworth
Will Bloodworth Shirley Dnnlap and
Ben Starki for shooting in the city
limits war dismissed
PROF PEMBROKE
WHO KNOWS THIS HUMORIST
WHO CLAIMS TO BE FROM
PADOOAH
The Louisville Herald credits the
following jokes to Prof J L Pem
broke who claims Paducah as his
home but is I unknown hero
I was trying to impress on one of
my classes the other day tho greatness
of the Southern Confederacy and at
the same time to let them know how
wonderful a man val George Wash
ington It said J L Pembroke a pro
fessor in a primary school in Paducah
Ky at Seelbaohi last night
It If the Confederacy had sao
ceeded I asked what would Wash
intgon have been the father oU
It Twins was the prompt reply
of bne of the boys
II At another time It said Mr Pem
broke of Paducah I was frying to
impress on my clan the fact that An
thony Wayne had led the charge up
Stony Point
PointWho
It Who led the charge np Stony
Point I asked Will and of the
smaller boys answer
No reply came > f >
It Can no one tell me I repeated
sternly Little boy on that seat next
to the aisle who led the charge np
Stony Point
It II dont know replied the lit
tle fellow frightened 11 dont
know It wasnt mo II just corned
here last month from Texas
PLANS ADOPTED
ACTION OF JOINT COMMITTEE
TO BE REPORTED TONIGHT
The hospital committee composed
of doctors and members of the gen
eral council held a meeting last
night at Dr Frank Boyd office and
adopted the plans for the oity hOI
pital drawn by Architect Brainerd
who guarantees that if the bids indi
cate that the hospital will cost over
135000 he will modify the plans free
of charge The action of the commit
i
tee will be reported to the council
and aldermen tonight and further
action looking towards the immediate
beginning of the preliminary work
probably be takenI
AGAINST CRUELTY
PADUOAH LADIES ON THE
AMERIOAN HUMANE SOCIETY
Mayor Yeiser has appointed Mrs
Cook Husbands and Mrs MnHcoo Bur
nett aa representatives from this city
in the American Humane society It
ii the purpose of this society to leo
that parents care properly for their
children and that animals are not mil
treated When a ouie of cruelty is
reported to the society the mat
ter II taken into court and prosecuted
by the organization Annual meet
fug are held and are largely attended
by delegates from nil over the country
HAS BROKEN RIB
Mr Everett Walker of Rowland
town has fractured rib on the right
aide received at Oscar Bollard county
a few days ago by falling down while
carrying a load of tobacco
r
Great damage was done by a olond
burst on Wolf creek in Colorado Loss
of life is feared
>
Fire at Paterson N J destroyed
property valued atbetween 9200000
and f 300000
Who Can Cure Weak Men1 1
I
It lp the simplest thing in the world I I
to be cured ofnevou9 debility and lack
of vital power if i f only you have DtllackI l I
sense to place your case in tie right I
hands In Detroit there is a doctorape
cialist II C Raynor by name whom
we know to have a prescription that
we sincerely believe will cure any case I
of sexual weakness enlargement of the
prostate losses prematurity stricture
vital decline inability etc It makes
old men have the function of youth
and young men again vigorous and fun
of vitality and lifr It is really a mar
velous cure for weak men at all ages and
if you would like to have this prescrfp
tion you have aim pi to write the dls
coverer Dr II C Raynor 234 Luck
building petroit Mich and he will
send it to you free of charge in a perI I I
fectly plain sealed envelope The pre I I
scription is yours to keep and do with as
you please and there is no charge what
ever attached to it Bed of all we are I I
positive it wilt cure you so write at
once to the doctor at the above addres > I
Plain Common Sense
When a man has ten minutes to en
a meal pod catch the train a lecturt i
on how and what to eat and what Unit i
to devote to the meal Is not just the thing
When a woman has stood around ove
a hot stove preparing a meal and in I
haling the fumes from boiling kettle j
and frying pans a lecture telling he
how she must eat this or that is no
hungryWhen
When visiting with a friend or relativi
and being obliged from policy o
diplomacy to eat what is set before you
the rules of what and how much to ea
become untenable When delayed bj
work business orelemcnts of the weathe
till you are nearly famished and conic
not get a bite to eat though you pa
double the price these lectures and dt
fections on food and its mastication
become so inconsistent as to be ob
noxious It has been left for Dr
Caldwells Laxative Syrup Pepsin ti
fill the long felt want and it is the medlun
by which If you take it according to dl
sections you mar defy the laws ant
disregard the warnings of lecturing
philosophers about your eating
Eat what you want If you can get i
and all you want as quickly as you havi
to or as slowly as you must whether i
Is rare or well done green or ripe fa
or lean boiled fried or baked
Take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin ac I
cording to directions then you will gs
relief and keep free from all the ills tha I
follow the irregularities from which
nearly everyone suffers and which pro I
produce
ailment known to suffering humanity I
Do not call your ailments by too long i i j
name Do not enlarge on your ap
parent illness Remember if you keep j
your stomach and bowels in order yo i j
must feel well and keep well I
1 Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin does foi
you all this and more Take it accord
lag to directions You will need nc
further proof thap your own experience
SOc and 5100 a bottle
DU BOIS KOLB CO
BOTH BOARDS j i I I i
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MEETING OY OOONOIL TO BE I
HELD TIltS EVENING II I I
The ooniicilmanio board will meet i
this evening before the board of al
dermen ii called to order to pass or
dinances desired to come before the i
other board Itift I not expected that
the meeting will last very long and
the aldermen will theft convene for
the transaction of regular routine
business IM II I I
A OARDt t
Padncab Ky Juno 23 1004 I
Captain Ed Farlny called mo into I
his store this morning and asked mo if j
in my opinion there was any necessity
for quarantining his place of busiI j
nets lie stated that it had been pub
lished that such action was pnbI
be taken by the health ofllcer He fur I
ther stated tnat if there was thei I i
slightest danger on account of snr I
rounding conditions he would not
hesitate for a moment to close biB
house I with other physicians I I
have made a thorough examination i i
I
and am of the opinion there is no
danger of contracting any infections
disease in his store and therefore no
necessity for closing or quarantining
I have together with the efficient I
health officer of the city at all time
kept close watch as to health condi i
tions in inr neighborhood and will ai j i
ways be prompt to give warning and I
advise quarantine when it seems
ueceslar Signed
J S TROUTMAN M D
NOTICE
Preliminary plans elevation and
condensed specifications for the new
Elks building wanted Said building
to be 57 feet 0 inches by 109 feet and
to be either five or six stories and
not to exceed 860000 in cost Ad
dress Ben Weille chairman of commit
tee r
Secret service agents raided a big
counterfeiting plant in a cabin at Se
attle V11 lllnll arrested tho opera
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ladles Pat tip hand turned
Oxoub for f 1 60
Ladies 3 strap turn slippers low
or high heels > 125
Ladles Tan Oxford Tied former I
price 250 smill sizes only f 1 00
Childiena White Kid Slipppers
for 75 cents
Ladies turn pat vamp Slippers
for fl25
flea C Thotnpwn hut t
T J Atklai Vice llrt
HA L Atklm CuM <
Husbands Aitt cash
Accounts of individuals firms and cor
porations arc respectfully invited > I
This bank 2s centrally located completely equipped and will re
ceive new business on most favorable terms
Have some choice offices to rent Lighted heated and all saul
ary improvements
p
No Publicity
COULD CREATE LARGE SALES FOR A POOR BEER
THE IMMENSE AND RAPIDLY INCREAS
ING DEMAND FOR
BELVEDERE I
self Is due entirely to the superior flavor and purity of the beer it I
It is brewed and bottled with the greatest care livery r
step in the process from the gathering of the raw material
to the scaling of the bottles is marked by the most scrupu
lous cleanliness
Then it is pruperly aged eliminating the clement of bilious
ness
BELVEDERE IS THE BEST BEER BREWED
ORDER A CASE lODA YI I
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Paducah Brewery Co
Paducah Ky I
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ITS OF LITTLE USE
Ior you to fume and iru < utter the fire
is overact now take out a policy in
one of the sound companies on our list
and save yourself vexation loss possi
bly ruin Dont neglect your homeIt
is neglect if you dont insure it and
hatH contain In the way of furniture
and personal effects
H H Loving lJ Co
30G Broadway Both Phones 385
LEADING ATTORNEYS
Jos R Grogan Attorney at law
room 4Q3 Fraternity bnildlngt Phono
sea
Taylor sir Lucas rooms 203205
Fraternity building Both phones GOB
Ba by Martin No 236 South
Fourth street up stairs
While angered over a trifling mat
ter Albert Frettag shotjind killed his
Bitter Mrs Millard Peters at Hell
vnl
iiAX0 11 OS Liver For the and Kidneys SfotuMjht
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When in St Louis
Stop at
THE MADISON
JUST remodeled throughout
geanelltCourteous
Courteous employees Home
like appointments I
appointmentsroadway
Broadway and Chestnut
IN heart of shopping district
njid theatres and wholesale
houses Coveniently located
and delightful place for mer
chants and pleasure seekers
LuClede and Market St Cars
Dire t from Union Station
RATES1oo 200 A DAY
EUROPEAN PLAN
NEW STATE HOTEL
D A Bailey Prop
METROPOLIS ILL
Newest and best hotel in the city
Rates 200 TWO large sample
rooms Bath rooms Electric
lights The only centrally located
hotel in the city
Commercial Ftirraige Solicited
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SPECIAL
YOU
J J can buy
lots Canvas Dais sizes 1 tor
5 ornn 98 cents
or
luys fan Shoes cut front Jiico I
and Jajo to U 00
hilds Ued Kill Slippers cut
s t t
from liaj and fioo 60 centst
ladies Misses and Boys Tennis
Shoes 60 and GO cents
We carry an elegant assortment of
tens and Boys lowcut Oxfords
1 321 J BROADWAY OEO ROCK 321 B QrADWAYa s j rt
American = German National Bank
BanklPJillUCAHKENTUCKY
PJillUCAHKENTUCKYI I
Capital and Surplus 32600000
YOUR CHANCE FOR
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5 Days Lake Trip 20
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Loa Ftdueth fill TMLDMm River scan
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invoice charges unless collected l by the
clerk of the boat
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Diseases of Women ud Children
Office Fraternity Hours
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