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The Paducah evening sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, August 12, 1910, Image 2

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1 For Sale by 11 W Walker Co
Meeting There Last Night Was n
TUg Success
Meeting at the Auditorium Rink
Tcnthand Broadway last night was
a groat success A largo and highly
interested audience was delighted to
hear Mr Hagaman on his evpose of
spiritualism Two hundred moro
chairs will be added to the hall
today A thousand people will bo
expected tonight and you will miss
an opportunity of a lifetime if you
fall to be present
Demonstrations in mindreading
were successful with cxsherlfl and
three other prominent men unknown
to Mr Hagaman Feats In rope ty
Ingas dona toy the great Davenport
Bros when Mr Hagaman submitted
to ties toy tour strong men was re
leased at ease
Slate writing was shown to be
methods of artistic lederdemaln
Mr Hagamalis ob3 jtt is to show the
weird atf occult in spiritualism 1
Is not produced by the spirits of the
departed Dtf not fall to attend toI I
ilght This is your opportunity of a
lifetime Song service at 730 Lee
tu rb 8 oclock harp
1 R W CHILES Pastor
Spending mbney is Ike sliding
down hill on a toboggan earning ItJ
is Uke walking up and pulling the 4
toboggan after you Guess which is
best tor the legs and IndI I
n i Is Tour Dog Mangy
If so go to 3 dur druggist at once
and get a 50c box of Rom Mange
Pills tie great internal remedy
Your dog will stop scratching in
lured days and will be cured in 7 to
IS days ° Thousands of bad cases of
mangecured after other remedies
had failed Nonpoisonous easy to
give and they cure RoSS Dog Rem
edies give satlifacUon to you alidI I
comfort to the dog Sold in Paducah i
byW J Gilbert Lang Bros and B
1L Wlntead Phone us your order
Storing care per mont 300 I
Cleaning are per month f 700 I
Any Size Machines
lUpftlrs 30 cents to 75 ceaU er
hour according to nature of work I
lit be done >
Complete line of auto supplies I
asd acceMOrla tonr servlc day
and Bight
flat Kegjucky J Auto Machine Co
Pkoaes M S1ztL aid Jeffcrsosi Sea J
4and Return
Onr tho Steamer
V John S Hopkins
rfDoat JVnres Paducah Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays
1 I a t 10 R nr
Both Phones 40
A1 Excursion h htn Bulletin 1afir
Spring and Summer
IThe I
The 8tr Dlbkr Fowler oSers
the following ted c dtatei to I
Cairo tnd returm
Bingle round trip to Csir
ond retnni rraif 13B
Parties of aTe and over f 100
Elegant orchestra oa board
to tarnish music all UtdMl
8 AV Fowler General Agent
Both Phones No 33
5 i j f a ai
y ToHV I ial E
Monday Aug 15th I
N1C SttL L Ry
Round Trip p
250 I
Train leaven 745 a m ar 1
rives Nashville 132 p m
Tickets good until train ru
le vln ttshvllle 215 p in
AVedncHday August 17th
R 31 1JIATHER Agent
Lnlon Depot i
Ji S nURNHASf Agent
Norton Street
Vie 430 Broadway I
How Standing in Kitty Lenguo Shifts
AsfJieSonson Progresses I
Full Report
cLusj w nr PCT
MeL nsbOro 1t 6 737
Vlhcennes 10 9 62d I
Harrisburg 9 9 600 I
PADUCAH 8 11 J 4 1
Hdpklnsvlllo 8 It 421
Clarksvlllo 7 12 308
Vlncenncs 8 PaducahO
c arksHllo 91 Hopklnsvlllo 2
McLoansboro lOr Harrisburg
Gomes Today and Tomorrow
Paducah at Vlnccnncs f
Hopkinevillo at Ctorksvillo
McLeansboro at Harrlsburg
Vincenneg Did Abg 12Dy a
shutout score Vlneenncs defeated I
Paducah yesterday afternoon tho
find result being 3 to 0 It asn
pitchers battle between Gosnoll and I I
andI I
Rube Floyd and the bitS were J
keprlow but errors by the Indiana i
pcrmlted the AHcea to trot homo I
wIth the victory It was a brilliant
game Cox end Anderson for the ins
dlnns put up ft brilliant fielding
game Sammy Dehaven hit like i e
house afire and his swatting enabled
the oaks to win
The game started off In tho first
Inning with Dehaven tripling and to
scored when Floyd made a wild
pitch AH went well and the Vln
cetmes fans enjoyed the lead until
the seventh inning when their Joy
was even better In into Inning two
more runs were cored Morris John
son singled Jones went out Ander
son to Cox and Johnson went to feeI I
ond Roy Johnson knocked a high
one to Chief Angermelrer who let It
get away Hurst who has recovered
from his injuries singled and both
Johnsons scored
Try its hard as they might tho In
diMe were absolutely unable to
sore Not one of the tribe reached I
third base while second base was ex
plored bjf only threo red + faces Coy
nell was in One fettle and held the
Paducahnca down to three mcosley
htt9 Floyd permitted four but they
were bunched and coupled with cost
ly errors v
Scot n H B I
Vlncennes 3 4 2
Paducah 0 3 1 3
Batteries Vincennes Gosnell and
Fish PaducabV FIojxl and OvertonH
Stop Em
Il r burg Illf AUK 12The two
recruits to the Kitty league I met yes
terday afternoon and McLeansbpro
was the victor of the fray by ibe
overwhelming score of 12 to 3 Beck
was In grand form and allowed the
Harrisburg ° batters only fire hits
Mortereoa was hit freely by McLeans
boro The game was over at 430
oclock and was one of the swiftest
ever played on tho local lot
Score = R H B
McLeansboro 10 11 1
Harrisburg 3 5 7
Batteries McLeansboro Beck and
Stelle Ilarrlsburg Mortorson and i
Jordan i 1 I
IJorda Clarksvlllc nnlllcn
Clarksville Tenn Aug 12
ClarlrsvUto took the first game of the
sorted yesterday afternoon by the big
score of 9 to 2 It was an easy vics
tory as1 ClarkevlUe batters went right 1
after little YOn the southpaw ondi
straightened out 12 of his fancy 1 a
shoots On tho other hand Harris
the former Indian was In grand form
and permlttedonly dx hits He had
Hopklnsvllle at his mercy all of tho
Score nilE
ClarKsVUlo 9 12 3
Hopklnsvllle 2 G K
Batteries Olarksvllle Harris 6I I I
Strube HopWnsvlllo Yon and Blue
Baseball Chaff
Goldnamer has left HopkiMvIHe
as he refused to sign a contract
Goldnamer was reputed an the fast
ert outfielder in the league but tits 1
work last Sunday wag anyth4ng but I
In that clas iln addition to letting 1
In a ecoreby droppng a fly ho was s
caught napping on the ba ts when f
Hoptowtt tiireatened to score ICy It I I
Cy Lambert who was released by t
Clarksvflle has plgned with Hopkins I r
vlllo as an outfielder and pitcher
Lambert Is a heavy hitler ana led the 1
league the first part of the Beacon I I
McLeansboro Is a town that does I
not permit Sunday baseball and by
reason of this tACt the game between I
jVIncennes and McLeansboro nohed
uled for next Sunday has been trans
ferred to Vlncennea The Kitty has
HopldnrviUe Olarksvlllo and Sic
Leansboro where Sunday games con
not be playedI
Hopklusvlllo newspaper men say I
that the McLeansboro loam has more
horse thoes than any team they ever
saw Tho same looked to be true
when McLeansboro was here and the
writer la I still of the opinion the team i
jfs playing ahead ct 1tt OIL HOW
Olive Tablets are the result of fif
teen years of practice by Dr F at
Edwards of Portsmouth Ohio among
his regular patients
People whoso blood was poisoned
through Inactive bowels found Imme
diate relief In those tablets The
bloSd quickly cleared and the coin I
plexion became healthy in appear
ance Tho olive oil in them is sooth
Ing and healing
Dr Edwards Ollro Tablets are
sugar coated pleasant t take gen
tlo yet firm and always effective
The sale has grown to such enormous
proportions that all druggists sell
them lOc and Zac in neat vest pock
et packages Try Olive Tablets
then toll your friends about them
The Olive Tablet Co Portsmouth
7ever the team deserves credit fortho
sbdwlhg It Is making and as luck fig
urea in baseball as much as anything
else its a department that moat bo
counted ire when class Is figured
Vlrtceflhc Capita
Elks Will PIT Marion
In a game that will bo noted for
benevolent low aDd charity tho Padu
cab Elks baseball team will play the
Marlon Elks Sunday at Marlon 111
Aside from the gamothe Marion Elks
will entertain tljelrbrothers and a
pleasant visit isnurcd The bat
tery for tholocal Antlers will be Mc
Chesney and Albrltton
i S
ClubS W L Pet
Chicago 1 65 33 CGC
Pittsburgh 58 38 607
Philadelphia 49 48 505
Cincinnati 49 Cl 490
Brooklyn i to 41 67 4 IS
St Louis iu 39 69 397
Boston x36 66 JB2
Phillies Outslug Oml
Philadelphia Aug 1281 Louis
was deretted In a hard hitting game I
Score R It E
St LouIs t 3 9 i 1
Philadelphia 612 0
> Willis and Brosnahan Ewing and
Doom ln
Umpires Rlgler and Ems le
pirates Great In Field
Brooklyn Aug 12 Pittsburgh
shut out Brooklyn in a brilliant
fielding contest In which the out
fielders carried off tho honors Leach
starring with sensational catches
Score R II E
Pittsburgh 3 9 0
Brooklyn 1 1 0 KJ 0
White and Gibson Barger and
Umpires ODam and Brcnnan
CoyGiants Beat Hcils Twice
took two games from Cincinnati
There were four homo runs The
circuit smashes of Doyle and 6nod
graSs In the first game gave the
locals all their tallies The deciding
2ran in tho last game resulted from
Devorea four bagger
° First game R H E
Cincinnati 4 11 2
New York 15 9 3
Rowan and McLean Matheweon
and Myers
Second game Ri II E
Cincinnati a 6 1
New York 3 ill 1
Suggs and McLean Ames and
Umpires Eason and Johnstone
Philadelphia 68 32 > 080
Boston j GO 43 685
Detroit 58 46 505
New York 57 46 S5o
Cleveland 1 47 63 4tiS
Washington rJ4 66 421
Chicago H 41 C9 410
St Louis It r51 6ff 310
Senator Tnko Moth i
Cleveland Aug 12 Washington
won two games from Cleveland
Johnson held Cleveland to two
scratch hits in the first and11 Walker i
wWcrfcctive except In the sixth
innlntr Turner retired because of
FIrst game 11 H E
Cleveland 1 1 0 50 11
Washington 6 liO 2
LlnklFanwell and Bernie John
son and Beckcndorf JOhn1
Second same iR H D
Cleveland > < 3 7 1
Washington 4 10 1I I
Falkenberg and Easterly Walker
and Alnsworth Umpires Egan and
JlljC Ed Out for Record
Chicago Aug 12Walsh camo
within ebb strikeout of equaling the
American leagues record against
Boston tannins 15 hatters and al
lowing three hits tho locals winning
to 0 on Doughertys triple In the
second followed by Purlells sacri
flee fly Smith allowed but three
hits Walsh is out for a rceordln
the last 36 23 innings he has
pitched ho bas blanked his oppon
lents struck out 39 batters and given
but 111 hits
Score R H E
Boston i 0 3 0
Chicago > 4 1 1 3 0
Smith and Klelnowy Walsh Pajmo
and Sullivan I I
Umpires Evans and Calllflowor
Morgans Wllilncss Fatal
DetroIt WIch Aug 123ror
gans wildness was fatal Only one
hit that a bunt figured in the
scoring by homo team of the four
first runs Singles by MulIIn and DI
Jones and Dolehant s double scored
the winning run
Score R II E
Philadelphia 4 8 1
Detroit 5 8 5
Jluljln and Schmidt Morgan and
Thomas Umpires Connolly nnd
Kerln i
Tanks Win In Tenth
St Louis Ant l2Xew York
tied the game In the ninth and won
in the tenth Lake was effective un
til tho ninth Inning while Wnrhop
pitched good ball for Iho visitors
I Score It 11 E
St Lanka 1 Ii 2
New York 3 S 2
I Lake nnd Kllllfer Carhop and
Crlger and Mitchell
Umpires Perrlno and Dlneon
I Clubs W L Pet
Minneapolis 79 41 G lI
St Paul 67 51 689
Toledo 0 62 64 630
Kansas City 58 65 512
Columbus 53 58 477
Milwaukee 51 02 4B1
Indianapolis 19 65 410
Louisville 42 72 383
Louisville 5 Milwaukee 2
Minneapolis G Columbus 8
Kansas City 2 Indianapolis 3
Kansas City 4 IndlnnapoHs 0
Stl Paul 4 Toledo 3
To Select Candidate for Coroner to
Succeed the Ijtto Frank
Tho Democratic nominee for coro
ner to fill the unexpired term will
be selected by mass convention This
was decided last night at a meeting
of the county Democratic committee
at the city hall It war decided to
call precinct conventions September
S at 2 oVlock In all of tho precincts
for the purpose of Instructing dele
gates and September 6 to 2 oclock
a mass convention of the delegates
will be held at tho court house to
nominate the nominee Each pr >
dnct will be allowed one delegate
for each 100 voles or fraction over
501 votes cast In the 1909 election
Nursing Mothers and Malaria
The Old Standard GROVES TASTE
LESS CHILL TONIC drives out ma
laria and builds up the system For
grown people and children 50e
News of Theatres
One of the best acts ever seen at
tho Star the work of Tom Kerr on
the violin His Imitations brought
dowp the homo Jip d besides bo fea a
play the Instrument like a master
His Imitation of tho church choir
was excellent Miss Isabel Flowed
Is a good singer and her act pleased
two largo audiences lilt night
Frank Long has a new illustrated
song and Is as big a favorite ns over
Tho motion iplttxes complete tho
unusually tong bill
IThO novel amusing and entertaining
act to be won at the Star this week
is ChlneseJohnny Williams in hIs
I Chinese burlesque stunts Chntlo
Johnny is accompanied with and
helped out by Foolish the most
sensible English bull terrier to be
found In tho world After witness
ing the almost human acts of Fool
ish one wonder why a moro ape
propriate name was not given tho
little white bull dog
Williams has been a vaudeville
actor Tor a number of years going
into tho business when a child
Many and varied are tho vlelsltudes
ofMlfe which ho has had to fcurk np
against bu has always come out
on tqp
A clean HquliJ preparation for ex
ternal use W J Gilberts drug
store Is so confident that ZEMO will
rid tho skin and scalp of Infant or
I grown person of pimples black
heads dandruff eczema prickly
heat rashes hives ivy poison or
I eruption that they will give your
money back If you are not entirely
I satisfied with the results obtained
from the use of ZEMO
I Tho first application will give
I prompt relief and show an Improve
ment and In every Instance where
used persistently Will destroy tho
germ life leaving the skin in a
clean healthy condition
of f r >
That Good Havana
cigar i
In six sizes For sale at
all firitciasi dealers
Mad at
The Smoke House
zZJ Broadway
Opposite WftllerstelB
Red Letter Sale
Now comes the final clearance ofall
clothing and furnishings Still greater
reductions are made to move all stocks t f
Choice the I HQuse ft 8
in Mens Suits fJ
Including Mohairs and all
summer two piece suits
The finest suits go at choice
for 1785 1 suits that sold up to 35 00
Straw Hats at Half Price g
Moils 250 Alpaca Coats
now 195
i Mens 300 Alpaca Coats
Mend J50 AlprrCn Coat
1101S wX 295
Childrens Wash Suits up
to 225 no124
Childrens Wash Suits up
to 275 now 148
Childrens Wash Suits up
to y75 notw108
Boys 300 and 050
Wool Suits M0wv275
Wash Knee Pants
tli u ed f
fiOc and G5c Wasli Knee
Pant all colors 33c
75e and 85c Wash Pants
now 54c
Li t
a 4
RJIILliilf I
xbtEflliQlwr nIa 6S JJ
iiertrical Ildlhvnys
IJlctrlr I
It Is 1 Interesting to note the
Engineer Record says In view of
the slow ladwny that Is bolng
made in tr nuntry in the electrifi
cation c < important railway lines
200 Straws now 100
250 Straws now 125
4100 Straws now sum
Mens Alpaca Serge and MohairI I
Coals al Rig Reductions 1
irons 500 Sorgo anil
Alpncn Coats 395 4
I e
liens 750 Serge nnd Ie I
JfonV 1000 Sorgo nnd
t Alpaca Coats 735
f 4
Mens and Young Mens Pants at
Last Call Prices
Jftns and Young liens 200 nnd 250 Pants 145
Mens and Young Mens r LrjO and 400 P311tsS295
Mens and Young liens 500 and 600 Pants 395
lions and Young liens 150 and 700 Pants405 +
Mens and Young liens 800 and 550 Pants545
Childrens Wash and Wooll Suits at LastI I
Call Prices l
I that the Swedish parliament has ac
copted the government proposition
for building n great government
power station at tho Porjua Falls
for furnishing Industrial power and
also power for tho complete eloctrlll
cation of tho Lapland railway hero
400 Straws now 200
500 Straws How250
1 1
750 Straws now 375
Boys 100IIncl 600
11oyl Suits nos5385
Boys 600 and 650
Wool Snits now 435
Boys 700 nnd 800
Wool Suits 110W525
Boys 800 nnd 900
Wool Suits now 675N N
Wash Neckwear
Molts 250 Wnsh FourhiJ J
hand Tics special to
close out 10c
I within tho Arctic circle is n sorloua
I effort at tho electrification of a main
lIuo railway and Its branches while 1 dFQ
I In this country
progress is Impeded
by Ufliuto UH to whethur the oxpondl
I fureii involved aro JuatiUnbloEx
changp n I

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