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FRAXltFORT JAILER REFUSES
TO LET NEGROES MEET
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Governor WlJIson ntul Mayor Pols
grovo Wero to Address
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Frankfort Ky July HGov
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ernor Wlllson and Mayor Polsgrove r
and 200 negro citizens were refused 8
the use of the court house last night v
hjrt Jailer Mace Lucaa Its custodjan 0
fSv5publl < jmq < jng to bo held under g
IC3 tiaplces of the District grand 1 0
10fgoe qL Odd FeAoWII colored In I a
enuf y Goy rnor Villson and 1 tt
lavoj Polsgrove were on the pro w
gran to dellvej addresses at wet o
CRpletq the visiting delegates and 1 I ni
the speeches wire scheduled to be a
mi Pat the newly remodeled court gt
lisp At
When Governor Wlllson and 1 I 0
> ajor Polsgrovp drove up In a car o
dace they found the court house I
n tJ
dark and delegates standing on thotJ j I
outside They requested admittance B
Jafier Lucas said to Governor Will
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jpoyernqrnlfyyu r enter the court t 11
house Tor Jbls speech making you i SJ
ip1 do It nganst my protest and I b
you Win have to batter down tho I 8
doors a
Seeing that It was useless to try e
to persuadV Jailer Lucas to let them t I <
have the court house Governor Will tt <
son and Mayor Polsgrove went to a a
colored AM E church where they e
addressed lie delegates o
Governor Willson and Mayor Pols fi
grove were inclined to take their ro h
buff gbod < nturcdly s
goodnaturedlyr
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Tea GREAT NORTH COUNTRY b
Those Indiana who made the first
canoe of birch bark long ago were j
our j eatcat benefactors Tbo cbll I t
dreg tthele Indians know the canoe s
and they know hoW to ue it and Itr l 1 r
you go to Temagaml Ontario this j
summer they wilt paddle your canoe I b
IJh tbelEown superb way Students I Jt
vrtjo cfmp In summer along the Tern o fc
aeamyakesareablq to do two yparo f fi
worlt4ln onp Finest of fishing and I y
bu yng Easy of access by ths I
Q ndv Trunk Hallway System Infor g
Cation and J loaulitul descriptive pubE
llcatlon sent tree on application to I p
H G Elliott 917 Merchants Loan In
TrustpBuUdlng Chicago y
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KENTUCKY ROADS Ji
WMffiA I wb
Has 57137 Mlled of Public Roads b
Only 0480 Improved
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According to a pamphlet issued I D
by the secretary of agriculture Ken p
tucky has 67137 miles of public N
roads pf this number 1408 miles B
are surfaced with gravel and 8078 tl
wlthstogq Making in all 9480 ta
nWJgs of Iniproyc4 roads Many pi < e
thc fte have been built and main fl
tajniyi by turnpike companies while j R
others hare been constructed by m
counties frqjn Junds raised on bond I
issues It will be see that 1C per fa
cent of the roads have been im fi
proved By comparing the total I at
road mileage with the area of the Q
fltatp it appears that there was 14 jn
miles of public road to every square Q
mlje areai A comparison At mileage 1
iriy > population shows that there f
vafjjpne mile of road to every 3lD
inhabitants and one mile of tmIn
In
tants proved og4yo every 565 inhiibj der
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OFFICE ROOM nor >
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ON AND AFTER JULY 5 THE l and
CITY NATIONAL BANK WILL BE Wj i
1 tosJACE
8VACB IN THEIR NEW BUILD tblr
BUILDING sa
MAY 3B SEEN AND ALL INFOR to
M AWON WILL BE GIVEN AT OUR
PRESENT LOCATION ANY ONE ni
DESIRING SPACE SPECIALLY and
ARRANGED SHOULD APPLY AT In
ANSPACIiERDWIDINO out
ndLDING MANAGER CITY NAou
tQNAIu DANlrto
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1iK 1 v The Famous stl
v DIXON SPRINGS the
Pat
July 9thwI wi
Immediate connection with afl
train leaving Paducah at 420 at
flacks meet all trains Dr
For information address J the
t M Groves Manager or II A Itbo I
If I Wilson Clerk I pllAI
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TOT RIDERS
TAKE THE FIRST
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BLOW BALL AND BAD LUCK PR
FEAT TilE INDIANS
Clarksvlllo Defeats Hookers and
Gather Another Cinch on
tile Lead
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DOUBLEHEADER FOR TODAY
tTIlE STANDING
CLUBS W 1 POT
ClarksvlUo 77 28 17 622
Vlncennes v 27 19 587
PADUCAII 21 24 i 107
Hopklnsvttlo 14 31 311
i Yesterdays Results
Hopklnsvillo 2 Paducah l
1tanrkevllle
ClarksvIHo 4 Vlflcennes 1
tame Today told Tomorrow
TymorrotyIlopklnesilio
Olarksvllle at Vincennes
A combination of tough luck n
few errors and the failure to collldo
with the ball at tho proper moments
resisted Jn the Indians dropping tho
first game of the series to Hopklpe
viHe yesterday afternoon by a score
reDS
Qf2 01 Several tjraeq the Indians
got runners on the rocks and It look
ed favorable that they might win out
as the Moguls failed to score after
the first noting However the 1 Ocala
were unable to put but one ecore
over the pan and that was with tho
assistance of < rronv and in the ninth j i
batting tally failed and Floyd
Vn
struck out with Overton waiting on
inI jn
dorder to score
forI T
f4n d
game In tho opening Inning two
errors and a scratch hit and a hit by
Mercer the castoff by Paduoah re
Suited In two runs Floyd get lr to t
some deep holesandlt looked gloomy
buthoal nYB pulled out after the
first inning He had steam yesterday
and had nine strikeouts to his
credit while Jio was touched up for
seven hits Oppooed to him was Ot
ter a young pitcher who is receiving
tryout by tho Hoppers Ho pii tla
ed the best kind of ball for the Ti Iilt
ors and allowed tbo Indians only
four hits although good fielding be
bind him killed several apparently
safe rape Otter la cool steady and
has a good assortment of curves com
blned with good steam
The visitors started Off with a
Jump and scored two runs before
the fans realized that the game hi rod
started Lyons wag first upund
reached first oo a Juggle by Bloc k
Murray laid one down to Floyd and
beat it outt resulting in two run
Jiers being on the sacks Brown1 was
safe when Flqyd topped the bait to I
tlrstba te and nobody was there Ly
pas counted Smith sad > Ru well I I
struck out but Mercer drove at eln
gle out to center field and Mercer
Cored Flanagan went out Anders
Flqyd toJoitand the game was won
the second two runners were on
the bases but Floyd with splendid i
floldlngb < jhlnd him pulled out unin
jured Cranor was first up and walked tie
walked Otter was given life at first
by a low throw of Payne to Block >
who covered first base Lyons stop g
olio between firet and second block tit
Block made a quick run and got the
grounder retiring the runner at first
Murray was next up and flew out to
Block Brown was first up la the
third and singled to center He was
tagged a mlnuto later when he t4 < e < i 3
a scent second by a pretty throw
from Overton to Block Smith and 1
Russell flew out to Angormelrer who
made two pretty running tchey
The Night Riders looked threaten
Ing In the fifth and Paducah was i in c
fho worst hole of the day Murray t
started oft ly plngUng to center
Brown followed with a hot grounder 9
into left Smith laid one down to
Oox who forced out Murray at third i
Woodrlng made a pretty catch of Rut I
solis fly while Mercer struck out
During the sixth Inning and seventh I
Inning HopklnavlHe went down in or
order h
struck out Russell singled and Mer 1
was given a walk They died on a
base aa Flanagan struck out and Cro h
went out Floyd to Cox w
vThe t
play catching Lyons between first t h
second Lyons was given a c
walk and Murray struck out Over w
on snapped the ball to Cox after the ed
third strike and Lyons was off the b
sack By tossing the tall from Cox t
CFor leas
For Paducah the first three In V
nlnga the batters were up and down i
nothing like a bit was secured PIn
the fourth after Anderson flew U
to Russell and Lockhart struck
Block drove out a pretty single
alDGeto
left field Cox followed with a
bingle to center With
Block on o
0third
struck out and the chances were m
ended The only run of the game for 11
locals was scored la
wl1s the fifth o
Payne went out Otter to Brown cl
while Woodrlng flow out to Flanagan el
made tho prettiest kind of run si
after the ball Floyd was given life
first when Flanagan threw
wide to 01
01Drown
Rube at second another wild oj <
ojthrow to
pitcher trotted tp third on errors
IPltcher
Angermelrcr hit one to Smith who 01I
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TABU3HCO IDSt
Incorporated
IRSemiAnnual
Clearance Sale
Big reductions on all
Mens and Boys Spring
Clothing
Mens Suits
up to 1000
2Iens Suits
87uI to SlftOO
Mens Snits
1111P to 1800
I Mens Suits
up to 2000
Mens Suits
up to 2100
Mens Suits
up to 3000
Mens Suits
up to 3300
650
u > 975
1225
1425
1675
1925
2385
See Window >
Il Display
Ttit
made a wild toss and Floyd scot 4
Tntho sfxTE tBe bailors went down
ro1111101Cl Cox was first up in the
10setmth and drove a beauty to right
thIt was a fly and Murray killed a hit
by running against the fence but hen
Vndropped tho ball Ovation pulled off
a neat sacrifice Payne followed at I
bat and was safe on a Juggle of a
grounder by Smith Woodrl ng
rtouled several and was given a pass
dtilling the bases Floyd struck out
fOand the best Manager Angemelrer
bycould do was to ground to raIn
who foreed out Floyd At second In
tothe eighth Block got a blazing
IYgrounder through short but ADder
Leson Lockhart aDd Cox were oapy
IYDilts and the utility men died on
ishaoo
orAfter great oiwctatio 3 the Itt 1
thane died on the sacks n tho < ninth
outtl
a hit through short Payne struck
out but Cranor dropped tho ball dDIrRO
Iyretired the runner at first while I
Overton was advanced to second
sae
Woodrlng responded with a neat ea I
Idrlfiee putting the little catcher on
base Floyd fouled several and then
trunk out ending the game
The summary is
Ail E
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0il 0
IdBrown Ib 4 0 2 10 1 0
1SmUh 3b 4 0 0 1 4 2
0to
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toreroer Zb 2 0 1 2 3 0
Flanagan tg 4 0 1 2 1 1
Cranor c 2 0 0 5 4 Oi
Otter p 4 0 U 1 4 1
IrTotal9 3 2 727 13 4
Ai E
0ta 0
Anderson as 3 0 0 1 1 0
Lockhart of 4 0 0 2 f1 0
Block 2b4 0 2 4 II 1
Cox 11m 4 0 2 C 2 0
Overton c 3 0 1 9 II 0
Payne 3b 4 0 0 1 0 1
Woodrlng rt 3 0 U 1 0 0
Floyd j t p 4100 3 1
Total 33 1 51 12 3
Two base hits RuseoH
Sacrifice bits Granor Overton
Left on bases Hopklnsvlllo 9
Paducah 8
First base on errors Hopklns
vHle 3 Paducah 3
Due on ballsOtr Floyd 4 Ly
one Cranor Mercer 3 off Otter
Andereon Woodrins
Struck outDy Otter 3 by Floyd L
Stolen baws Ovorton and Payne
Umpires Lucas and Bulger
Time of game 1 hour CO minutes
Scorer Barnett
BarnettVictors
Victors Won
Vlncennes Ind July HDalley
who was cost off by Manager Nairn
as excess baggage Tubbed It Jn on
his former teammates terdayby I I I
winning his game > by a score of 4 to
fie had the Alices completely at
his mercy and defeated Gosnoll the
crack southpaw Although the hits
were about equal Clarksvllle bunch
the raps whHo Bailey put space
IjScoro I
ScoroT RUE
Clarksville 4 6 1
1
Vlacennes 1 1 G 3
1
Batteries Clarksvllle Bailey and
PhlHIpa Vincennea Gosnell and F1ah
Umpire Piopho
PiophoIlnscbnll
Baseball Talk
Block played a good game at sec
ond base yesterday In the first In
ning ho Juggled the ball once but
made up for it In tho remainder of
tho game by pretty work In tho sec I
ond ho made a neat stop of a hard
chanco between first and second Inf
olden tally he rapped out two good t
ItnglesI L
Manager Angomelrer pulled off eevL
oral sensational running catches yes
terday Ho got them by hard runs
oUbcf back to the fence or tfloso in
the infloldo
Flanagan made the prettiest kind 1
running catch la the fifth Inning C
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off YoodringB bat Some thought
he dropped tho ball but ho tossed It
baldvardafter catchlniU
IBoth I umpires Lucas and Bulger
worked < yesterday Lucas was be
hind the bat while Bulger umpired
on the bases
I Anderson was robbed of a two
bagger in the sixth by a pretty catch
by Lyons after a long hard run
j Little Mercer wag given applause
ovary time ho stopped to tho plate
Besides playing a good game on
second his hit In the first Inning
InningKwon
won tho game for the visitors It he
keeps up his standard of playing
demonstrated yesterday It looks like
he will remain
I Murray made a hard try to get
Coxs fly to the seventh He got his
hands on the sphere but collided
1 with the fence and dropped the ball
ballI I
f Clubs W L Pct
Chicago 44 27 00
New York 42 58 000
Cincinnati 38 36 513
Pittsburgh 3G 32 559
Philadelphia i 34 36 486
Brooklyn 32 39 451
J3U Louis 33 4Zo 440
Bostoa 30 47 390
agoI I
Chicago July 14 Philadelphia
took the first of tho series scoring
the winning run In tho ninth when
Overs fumbled Grants bounder
I Score It II B
Chicago 1 C 1
Philadelphia 2 I 0
I Batteries Reulbaoh and Archer
Moore and Moran
Giants Aro Shut Out
rRtrbnrXh July HThe Pirates
shut out the vlstora In a game that
hriftlod with fine pVaf
RilEt
Pittsburgh 4 A 0
Now York 0 S 3
Battrrie Cnranltz and Gibson
fffDruoke and Sohlei
Ittxew
I Cincinnati Bent lloston >
Cincinnati Jaly 14 < Hon held
aloton to two hits and shut them
Dra tjout I
1 Olnolnnetl jt j 9 0
nfJJoston 0 2 0
I Dattt rlHo8n and McLean
JfuLeaar
p
CnnllnnU Il < nt IlnwkljTi
Sts Louis July W > BM was lilt
1hard In he reeond Inning whsto liar
Itmon pM hed fairly creditable ball
ll1igs11out 1
okSooro R H E
St Lou 8 9 11 1
dD ooklyn + 3 8 I
Batteries + Harmon and Pholpt
saehell Miller and Erw4n
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Clubs yW L Pet
Ihladophla > c M50 23 068
Nor Yorkf b 1 41 Z9 Cot
Boston 1 41 32 802
Detroit s 43 3G 5S1
Cleveland < 82 36 471
Chicago 31 40 437
2WashIngtoil 29 4fi 302
0StI ouls 22 SO 306
Brown IKfentwl
1Phlleddphkt July HDam1
0endod n pitchers battle between
Morgan nnd Lake In the fourteenth
by tnaklnga home run with two loon
utSre
I Sre RUE
RUE3ThMad
St Louis 1 ° 1
llsttedosMorpert and Thomas
Lakeond Stephen
Tigers Best Washington
Detroit July NDetrolt broke
Its losing 1 streak after a great upI
liphill
t Soar R H E
Detroit 7 7 1
Washington 0 9 1
Batteries MulKn nod Stanago
Gray Johnson and Street
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Clevclnnl neat New York
11Clevelandm
both outbatted and outfiolded Now
York and won
RItEr
New York 1 2 6 4
Cleveland < 9 12 2
Batteries Fisher Hugbea and
Mlchell Koeatner Harknew and
Easterly
Stnhl Wax Star
Boston July H6tahl made lib
third homo run within a week also
drove out a three bagger
Score RIlE
Boston Ai < 9 4
Chicago 1 5 1
1
Batteries Hall and Carrigan
Walsh and Sullivan
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Clubs W L Pct
Minneapolis E8 31 661
St Paul > 52 34 604
IToledo t48 36 571
Kansas City 40 41 493
Columbus x 37 43 462
Milwaukee 136 46 438
Jndlanapollsn r 34 61 400
Louisville 30 C4 367
Yesterdays Results
Kansas pity 4 Indianapolis 0
Milwaukee 1 Louisville 0
Toledo 4 St Paid V
Minneapolis C Columbits 4
Hny Fever and Asthma
Bring dUcomfort and misery to
many people but Foloys Honey and
Tar gives ease and comfort to tho andI
sutlfaring I
faring ones It relieves the conges
Uon In tho head and throat and is
soothing and healing Nona genuine I
but Foleys Honey and Tar In tie
thOIyellow
Ten thousand French vines yield
only 400 gallons of wino a year
Tho same number of vines In Capo
Colony will produce 2800 gallons
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RATE ADVANCES
ARE SUSPENDED
TUB INTERSTATE COMMERCE
COMMISSION ACT
Vesterj Trunk Lino and Carries In
Knstcrn Territory hail Filed
Increases
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EFFECT AUGUST AS AGREED
Washington July HThe Inter
state commerce commission doter
mined to suspend the recent general
advances made by too railways In
freight tariff The advanced rates
wore suspended for the most part
were those recently filed by tho t
ern Trunk Line association and by
carrier in tho caaUjrn classification
territory although some aro those of
Individual roads in other territories
Dy arrangement with tho presi I
dent and the commission tho rail
ways agreed to supplement tho origi
nal advanced tariffs effective about
July 1 with tariffs to become cffee
Uvo August 1 for the purpose of en
abling the commission to examine 1U
authority under the new railroad law
Now that tho policy of the com
mission has been determined It will
be automatically applicable In a
I sense to the tariffs as fA H within its
parvtaV In the multiplicity of
frelRfet tariffs filed with the commie
sion averaging six or seven hun
dred per daytho commhrtoB will
not exercise Hs authority to Mcpond
wept In certain iMitencos M it to
mnUt thai the proposed BOW tar
tae might do saHous Injufttteo to the
BMtwr Authority will be exam
deed only whoa extraordinary cnJl
tons in tho view et tho eonimtetoe
I ron III
prerstkJlut
hlllt lli Above Surlrlon I
Kidney and Madder aUmenb are
so sortous in their eoMeqtieticM and
If UMheeked to often fatal Mat any
remedy offered for their cure must
be above Mtaptason Foley Kidney
IMlls contain no harmful drug and
have sueee fuUy Moed a long and
thorough tent Gttbert0 drug store
MAN GBTS NHW JAWHONII
MADE OF 80111 COM
Now York July I4A man with
a solid gold Jawbone Is contalc
Ing at the Post Graduate Hospital In
this city He didnt acquire It as
a fad like diamonds In the teeth
nor Is tho patient Michael Woods
a wealthy man who desires to take a
largo lump of the precious metal to
the grave with him Tho golden
jawbone is the result of a curious
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THEATRE I
TOE DESBERGER Manager j
CHANGE OP PROGRAM FOR 11
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Jil
R e y
Biograph Picture
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Casmus cS Lamar
Yodling and Character Act
SongBy I
By Frank Long
Kent 6 Wilson 11
The Wise Boy and Miss Innocent
Admission lOc Children 5c
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and unprecedented operation and
Mlrhnel WO JB Is glad He has It not
became it Is gold but because It
has saved his life I
Dr Aiplnwnll Judd visiting rut
goon to the hospital and Dr Chas
Gordon JlQd conceived and execut
ed the operation which made Woods
Jawbone auriferous
The man who In more than 70
years old was admitted to the boa
pital several months ago A can
rwrous growth In his nook affected
tko bone of the lower Jaw and ate
away no much of It un one side
that the bono was about to break
In two The case was so advanced
that it appeared nt ant as though
nothing could be dune to prevent
tho break which would have result
ed In the patients death
Drs Judd and Hoyd made several
examinations and decided that It
would be possible to Out away tho
affected part which was several
Inches in length rftaJc the bone
which was necessary because of the
state of the Jaw and then fill In
tho bridge nero tbp cleft with a
plate of gold
It was not a dangerous operation
but It was most ingenious and re
quired careful calculation and fit
ting before they manufactured the
golden bone Hut It Was suee ss
ful and now after more than n
week the aged patient Is able to
chew hM food as well as the ordi
nary mortal
Kolcjrs Kidney pflU Hnvo CUml l Mo
Tho above Is I a quotation from a
letter written by 11 M Wlnkler of
KvBMvUte Ind I contrsetod a e
vero oatM of kidney trouble My
back gave out and pained me I
seemed to have lost all strength and
nnJamblUollf
arobltiODt ww bothered with dux
spelt ror head > would iwim and
ix > oka float before my eyes I took
Koloy Kidney 1lHa regularly and am
now perfectly woN and feel Mko a i
new man Foley KJdwy Pills bare
cured DM OHborfs drug store
It II contemplated to establish
wireless telegraph stations In Ger
man Knit Africa Togoland Knmo
run and Qsrman Southwest Africa
and also between tho different t
South Sea colonies
Fol ys KMHoy Remedy will euro
any ease of kidney sad l bladder truu n
ble not beyflBd Ute reach of mtxll S
Gina No medicine can do more J
JGilbert
When It 10m to Inventing eS
tIGltttt n woman demonstrates IUptlof f
lor tnteNrl
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Light and nifty
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Eject cool breezes >
Kinder swiftly i
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Bight off quick i
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Kool and slick I prl
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A nice buzz fan r
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Suits every than j
IRe Paducah Light Power Cu 4
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