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i l111 TRI THE PADUCAB EVENING SON 1 TUESDAY AUGUST 0
II
PAYNE SWATS OnT I
A THREE BAGGER I
WINS CLOSE GAME FROM Me
LEt SDOHO
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Ilunyim nnd HljtRnbotlmin Held
1 Players beta to Sent
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SCORES IX THE DIG LEAGUE
r lt TTY LEAGUE STANDING
CLUBS W L PCT
McLoSnsboro n11 5 688 i
HarrISburg 8 7 533 I
r y PADUCA1I H 8 BOO I
z Ylocenncs > 88 500
Hopklnsvllle 7 9 488 i
Clarksville 510 333 t
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r VCT I I
Paducah 3 McLoansboro 2
IPaducab I 4 Hopklnsville 2
Harrisburg L71arPoavileo Sam e M
r I
r Games Today and Tomorrow
Paducah at McLeansboro I
Harrisburg at CarJcarille
Two games I
I Vincennes at HopWnsvlllo
r 5 J j
McLeansbprb IU Aug 9Wlth j
two men oh bases and two downI j
I r > ummy Payne swatted out o
tfirc Dagger yesterday afternoon ° C
in < l won lie game for Paducnh Tee
score ended 3 to 2 Jt proved theC
only hit of the day worth anything St
Aa Pat linnybri and Hlffslnbotham
fiid a pltfcfcers battle Pat allowed
I live fclti but th 7were scattered
and Hlpglnbotham was a puzzle to
the Indians as he permitted only
four hits B
reRHEI
Paducah r3 i 4 0t
McLeansboro 2 5 2
j Batteries Paducah Kunyan and I C
Overtoil HIgslnbptham and Derose E
i Von Got IIIa
1 HoUhfetuWKy Aug 9Llttle C
Ct t
e netUS pounded all over the
lot yesterday and Vincennes won 4
to 2 Johnson was hit hard alsOI
r scattered and little
but kept them 11mII
damage resulted
Score R H E
l VJncennes w 4 9 I U t
HopWnHvlMo 21 7 t
Batteries Vlncennea Johnson I l
i CAN YOU CARRY BABEI 1 I I
1 qN i thers who fladlt difficult t v I I
f nkrrv the children because of back I
ache and thoso
1 who suffer anyI
weakness of the I
kidneys or bind I
der such as top Ii
frequent urlDas
tlon Inability Jo I
sleep soundly asthe
well as personst
suffering fro m t
1 Rheumatism will I
find quick relle 1 t
r in A few doses o t
the net B lrfi6ta l Globes treatment
I which although on the market but c
Lsborftlme u3ready outselling an Y
outaellinganI 1 ItC l
U I > giving splendId satisfaction and
the first few doses generally give r
much relief We have enough con
f d nce la Jt to guarantee results or
Lrotund the money So any person
who cares to try Itcan do
eo without any risk whatever
This lit the offer made by St
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11 EUROPEAN PLAN C
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In six lizei For dale i at IF
all fin c1all dealenJI I ly
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and Fish IIopklnsvHIo Yon and
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Xo Game
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Owing to the failure to secure the
t > > ark at Bowling Green no game was
played yesterday between Clarksrlllo
and HarrIsburg A doubleheader Is
scheduled for this afternoon
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Clubs W L Pet
Chicago e IG3 I 32 659
Pittsburgh 05 38 P91
New York 64 39 581
Philadelphia 47 47 500
Cincinnati 47 49 490
Drooklync i 41 54 432
St Louis 39 68 402
Boston r i 4 30 C4 360
Clarke ana Miller Hit Hard
Boston Aug 9 = tong bits by
Clarke and John Miller decided the
game
Bcore R II E
Pittsburgh 6 10 1
Boston 0 7 1
Lelfleld and Gibson Brown Eva
ans and Graham Umpires Eason
and Johnstonc
IrawYork
St Louis at Now York rain j
Cincinnati at Brooklyn wet
grounds I
groundsChicago Philadelphia
Chicago at Philadelphia rain I
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Clubs W L Pet
Philadelphia i 60 31 679
Boston 60 40 600
Detroit 67 43 670
New York 55 43 661
Cleveland 45 60 474
Washington 41 68 414
Chicago 38 59 392
St Louis 28 66 298
Naps Win Final
Cleveland Aug 9The game
was won in tho first inning when
yTurner doubled Graney tripled and
keptE
Bostons hits scattered except in
the second
Score R H E
Cleveland 3 12 7
Boston 1 7 2
DoltonFalkenberg
Falkenberg and Bemis Arellanos
and Klelnow Umpires Kcrln and
Connolly
Tigers cain to Climb
Detroit Aug 9Warbop held
Detroit to four hits but was sup I
ported poorly and the home team
won Its fourth straight game from
New York The victory gives De
troit third place
Scored R H E i 1
New York i 8 4 I
Detroit 2jp 4 1
Stroud and Schmidt Warhop
and Criger Umplres Egan and
OLougbllh
Cok <
Chicago Aug 9Scott who r e Tl
l oved Young in the first after two I II
runs bad been scored pitched no I de <
bit ball but Washington won John Sa
son was found for four tilts Includ the
ing a triple and scratch single in f I Hi
the seventh that netted Chicago a club
tally and his lack of control and that
McBrldes error counted another 1 nyn
the ninth and
core R HEme <
Washington to 3 2 1
herChicago
Johnson and Bcckendorf Young and
Scott and Sullivan Umpires Per iy
UmpiresPern eVe
from
Four for rile AtlJJeUcsani
St Louis Aug 9 Philadelphia
won the fourth straight game from
St Louis Bender butpltched Ray
through all the innings lief
Scorer RU E ailm
LouIs 2 6 2 hau
Philadelphia 6 14 3 case
Ray and Stephens Bender and years
Thomas Umpires Evans and Col tro
Ilflowcr for
A ASSOCIATION gayo Klc
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Minneapolis 78 39 666 my
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Kansas City 57 51 528
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Indiadapoll46 67 401 1
Louisville 40 71 360 nfto
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Results 408
Minneapolis 6 Columbus 4netj
St Paul 12 Toledo 8ant
LouisvilleKansas City rainatta
Milwaukee 6 Indlanapolli 5OWl
ago
A Figure of SVC ChSml
The baldest fn IsbuU
man In congress Is
Representative Ollie James of Ken who
tucky One hot afternoon when ho =
was engaged In a heated colloquy
with Mr Payne of New York ho
shook his fiat and wagged his head
with great energy
Will the gentleman from Ken
tucky allow mo to interrupt him
queried Mr Payne politely
For a question of course agreed
agreedJames mesWell retorted Payne shake
not your gory locks at me
meI Popular
Magazine
agazineor
For Quick Relief From flay Fever
Asthma and cummer bronchitis
take Foleys Honey of Tar It quick
relieves the discomfort and suffer
ing and tho annoying symptoms dl s
appear it soothes and heals the In
beadthroat
throat and brpnchlal tubes It con
tales no opiates and no harmful I
drugs Refuse substitutes Gilberts
GHbertsDrug
IMarrlag
Marriage Is Itkblr to boa failure
the husband cant a paying last
tution
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So Clean Cool and Comfortable I I 1
A HOT POINT Electric Iron is just the thing for the summer timeyes for
all the time You can use it in the kitchen on the porch t anywhere in the
house where you have an electric light socket I 4r
No kitchen fire no unnecessary steps no waste of time energy and money
simply turn the switch and in two minutes the iron is ready to begin workt
Hot Point Irons are handy clean and sturdy The handle is cool the t base is
hot there is no waste heatit is all where it is needed
1
r Let us send you a Hot Point on 30 days free trial Four dollars will buy it if
vu decide to ROAM it
Callus by telephone either phone No 12
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Aaaau u 7n7 7al171A7 aukxJkx laf
t strong to 3c higher Pigs and
s liphU 38tiOO900 packarn 750
76ot
IS10tp8CO Sheep Receipt
lRoecel1ltai
i 100O market strong to 5c higher
Plga and lights 1 f SOOtJPOO pack
c ers f7GOff885 butchers and best
hrcvy IS10O8qO + Shocrr Ro
is colpts 4000market BlendS Native
s muttons I37CO42S Iambi C7C
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TOHACCO REVIEW
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HopklnsvJHe Ky Aug 9Busl
ts ness Is nearly at a standstill on the
st local tobacco market Lou than
r 200 hogthoads now remain on rale
o and these are culls
L i The Planters Protective assoc a
IIIIOaII 10
II report of the auditor for last we 10tc
e i showing tales of 200 hogtfieads for
to tho district or 21151 for tho roa
I i son
pr s Tho
r preaching maturity Worms liavo
not cauwd any serious Injury In
crope Y this Isj I
I t > reported as good hut In neighboring
a k regions the rains have caused much
I damageClarksrlllo
Arlfveb
Tof
bacco rCelptt In July wore 1839
hahogahcsuls i sales 3401 hognliends
I hlpment 4177 hogshead total
stocks August 1 1505
d bogheads I
dbuyers stocks 1158 hogsheads I
rollers stocks 347 hogsheads
d Receipts In tho open market wero
II 97 hogsheads Bales 72 hogsheads
Judge a B iBIngham auditor TO
adsporta roes of the Planters Protec
° Live association of 129 hogsheads a
weee total Ie
rhoending Saturday
Tho market was active and firm
on leaf of decided qualltr but dull 1I I
I and easier on poor qualities causing
rejection of bids The association
twn aaaoclntlohas
week Its unsold stocks being very
small
The weather has teen clear and
t hot for ten days and the field crop
tmI
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I proved under tho favorable condl
I MOTUKRS XKKD
I OLIVE TABLETS S I
gentba
laxative qualities of Dr Edwards I
Olive Tablets
These pleasant little sugarcoated I
I tablets were brought to the port
Lion point after flftoon years of ex
9I I perlment
To Dr F M Edwards of Port
kmouth belongs the honor of this I
achievement Ills wisdom and ox
porlonco are evident In tho results
Ottobtained
obtained through their use
They act gently yet firmly Al I
Inthem 1 I
them soothes and heats wonderfully
They never gripe or pain Ono has
but to try them
to use them always
alwayserer
nccde4At 1
pacages At all k
ages Try Dr Edwards MUViBoiva
l I ei tonight The
Olye Tablet Co
Cofort8noutb
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The Paducah Light Power Co
Incorporated
COMMERCIAL CLUB
WILL ELECT OKFICKIIS NEXT
TlIUnSDAY NIGHT
Annual Meeting of importance to
OuUlnp Work for bbming i I
> Vear M
Annual l cloctlbn of officers oflho
Commercial club win bo held next
Thursday night at the Palmer
House The annual report of Presi f
dent James Uttorback and Secretary
Sander A Fowler will be read and
< buslnCE3 plans for next year out
outIII
bas removed the Indebtedness I
hindered it and has assisted In
many ways In advertising the city
placing it in a position of com
mercial advantage
It Is Important that every member i
of tho club attend the meeting
personal letter has been written
President Utterback calling upon
every member to be present Asdo
tho election of officers Important
business will be discussed
They Have n Definite Purpose
FoleY Kidney Pills give quick ro
in cases of kidney and bladder
ailments Mrs Roso Closer Terre
Haute Ind tells the result ia b ° r
After suffering for many
ears from a serious case of kidney
trouble and spending much money
socaljed cures I found Poley
Kidney PiUs the Only medIcine that
e me a permanent cure I a m
in ablo to bo up and attend to
work I shall flexor 1je Hate to
recommend them Gilberts Drug
Storee I
t
Looking for Thief
The police are looking for thine eaof
carded aWay an ice box and 1ot 1 I
olectric fans from the buILdIng < at
Aenett ° i
formerly conducted a restaur
True place was closed on nn I
attachment of WiHIam Patterson
of the building several day s
Last night Patrolman William i
saw a light burning in thp I
building and notified Mr Patterson
discovered the robbery
Arcadian
Violet t Talcum I
PQwderI I
OUR OWN MAImt t
The best grade of genuinej j
Italian Talcum with the properq
amount of Boric Acid added to
make it aseptic DelightfullyI I
perfumed and altogether the
best product of the kind that
c
can be made
Put up in attractive lock I
top linn Containing a full I
pound for 23c
Made In own laboratory
C 6
Otu Anti nronutvay
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itsxsvixyy rare xwigv UU iJ1t
I I the Evening Suns Daily Markets I
1 S
LOCAL PKODOCK
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porrected da1lT by W olfolk
hojtowers 4h compap7 °
tflees ponnd 9 jcenis j
erSpring chlckeni pound 1 cents
fButter packing stock 15 cent
Eggs dozen 10 conts
LHESTOOIC
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Ixjulsvllle Aug 9The recclpta
of cattle were 129 head us against
16113 lost Monday 1834 a year
ago With a visible reduction in tho
supply ot over 300 head as co em
pared with a week ago today all
itother markets slightly Improved an
a fairly good attendance of hurcrs
There was a decidedly bettor tono
tonothe in
stances a fair advance in I prices
Ircould bo noticed Dcslrablo butcher
cattle were In the host selling
class and changed hands readily
with 10 > Ol5c butter prices in i roguti
vogubut
but the medium and inferior kindq
that is half fat cows and heifers
7srassI steers etc wore dull what
lbt l
steers ot poor quality ware about
tho slowest sale Of any class on theo
market There was a pretty gnodI
tonquiry I for tho best prices medium
plain and common grades continued
slow Good bulls steady common
bulls and carinqrs slow sale Mllcji
cow trade unchanged No good
heavy export cattle here a few load
of medium and flight chipping ads
wore on solo and they changed hands
at an advance of lCKlf > c over tho
worr
well cleared this evening and the
market closed steady
Calves
Keeelpts 201 Tho market ruled
slow about steady The best G Q
7c medium 5V50c common
2 GYc
Hogs
nocolpts lJfl7 The market
opened early with steady prices PrO
vailing Selected heavy hogs 200
pounds and up 850 1C5 to 200
pounds 880 90 to 105 pounds
9 lilt pigs jtfO 9 roughs 77C
down The pens were well niters 1
and the market closed fully steady
Sliccp sad Lambs
The receipts of sheep and Iambs
to ay were 7441 headi 1 as against
0019 lust Monday f095 n year ago
and D7C8 two years ago The
quality was extremely Poor toda P
and the market was slow In opening
and prices were easily 26c lower on
the test grade of lambs The bulk
of tho best hero going at o Cc
Had there been anything strictly
yiUIU here Ik t would t1tA bto 1lt
more money Seconds 55c
culls 3 144Cj fat > hcep 3c
Goodean d
demand fr fancy stock ewea but
common and plain owes are Blow
sale St Louis I Cattle Receipts
CGOO market steady to lea higher
Native beef steow 57S B2I
calves In carload tots 600 8W
Hogs nocdnts < 000 < market
lions and looking find It U now ot
a critical period If the cultlreUon
III l good tho mickevtf kept off the
worm nUo sad noW to set fully
fllltripe
ripe the sap changed Into jwl Btan e
IcMonlo the dan or of houwbarn
planters aill l W well ruwiirded In
prlco for their labors OkrkBvHIo
con care for now us In former yrars
of a crop of good qimlfty bf 3SOOO
to 40000 hogsheads Report of
sales Including tho week ending
endingAUggtlst
Auggust C 1910 j
Ijist week Total
TotatOIarvle
WuSOOBprlnuHoW
9710Padueah
Paducah r npits t19
9S9UghUotghts
Totals i y 209 41811
41811Average
Average for week 4941
An Innocent Alumni l
Having come Into some money a
11 Cockney wont for A holiday to Paris
He kneW nothing ot tile language
I 1I1DgualObut
lout
but trusted wholly to iota native wit
I
Ii
carrying him through His first din
ner however proved full of trials
Ho was desperately hungry but
could not understand tho menu
I First tho waiter breught him soup
and then the visitor pointed to till
next Item and tho waiter brought
him more soup Again he pointed
and again it was soup After three
courses of soup bo was pining for
something moro solid so he pointed
to tho last item of all fouling pretty
sure that he had missed tho soupI I
soupthis
this Umo Tho obliging waiter wont
off and presently returned with n
bundle of toothpicks London Daily
News
Iitcy KlInoy Pill
Tonic In ilipJ4tuM uetk jn quirk
In results Per bidlmeb hmdarhn
dtu4a < v norvoutnoM urinary lrrg
utnrlllee and rheumatism Gilberts
Drug Store
Many mangy Innocence depends
upon tho ability of his lawyer
n
MOONLIGHT 1 I EXCURSION
=
IrOn the Beautiful Steamer
G W ROBERTSON
h
Tuesday Night August 9
METROPOLIS I AND RETURN
Hillmans Band Elegant Dance Hall
honrI iDartt
honrin
in Metropolis Street car will meet the boat upon return
Round Trip 25c
We reserve the right to reject any person seen fit
J E Rollins Master
sCITY TRANSFER CO
c l VanM0t r ftlanagstr f
All Kind of Haullng Storage Packing
and House Cleaning
Pbono 499
c
TIME TABLE
I Ferry Boat G W Robertson
Leave Paducah for Owcns Landing at p
GOOam I
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at
846 a m
mo
VL
Leave Paducah
avo for Owens Landing at
600 m
mLeave
700 a m
Leave Paducah for Brookport at i
IOOnoon
IOOnoonLeavo
Leave Paducah for rookport at
mLcavo
Livingston Point at
mLeavi
Leave Paducah for
Livingston Point at
3oopmTables
Tables furnished for cnnl parties on application
Ail afternoon ride for Ladles and Children
for 10 cents
eaUi
centsb
Tteority Illdo for 10 cents
i 1 ierL I JOHN R
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