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PAGE TWO TIIE PADtTCAll EARNING SUN i slilmvY ArorsT tllt i t
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SIGNS
Erasil J 4
Erasilolaa
Glass 1 L
Electri 1
EmblemltllJ
Boards fq
BoardsWire
Wire
Mote us a rongH BkafcsX
give tho space the sign
to ocbupy and wo will
make a design free 01
Rubber Charge Stamps maHoJo
Drder and office euppliei
carried in stock
Mail Orders Given Prompt
Attention
Diamond Slaifip Works
115 S 3rd SL Phones 358
OUR RATES TO AUTO OWNERS I
Storing cars per mooth50 U I
Cleaning cars per month 9700
Any Size Iaehlne
Kipalri 30 cent to 75 cents per
hodr according to nature of work
to be done
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Complete line of auto supplier
anil accessories at your ierrlc day
and nitfit
Il9 Keniucliy Auto Machine Co
PkoiM M Sixth and Jeffcnoa Bu
TO EVANSVILLE
w 4TO and Return
On the Steamer
Hopittnsbi
MEALS AND BERTll INCLUDED
tibat Leaves Paducah Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays
at 10 a mo
ADoth Ji l1 nell 40
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Ready Roofing I
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Just Received atE
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SAFOWLER
SUPPLY
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Two thousand rolls of Rubber
Asphalt Stone Coated Pebblej f j
Top and Black Diamond Roof
ing all complete ready to lay
which Is offered for sale at
greatly reduces price All roof
ing guaranteed to be as r pre
sented Call and inspect our
ito k which Is the largest
ever brought to the city
Telephone 33
Excursion Bulletin
Spring and Summer
Season I
The Btr Dick Fowler offer
the following reduced rates to
Cairo and return
Blngle round Uip to CIre
ud ufj lllt
re urm > rlllt
Pullet of Sve and OTerfibO
Xlegknt orchestra ox board I
to fdrnish music nil UmwL
8 A Fowler General l Agent
Doth Phones No 33
EXCURSION
TO
NASHVILLE
Monday Aug 15th
OVER
HIJCI St L L Ry
Round Trip
250
Train leaves 745 a mI ar
rives Nashville 132 p m
Tickets good until train rUe
leaving Nashville 215 p m
Wednesday August 17th
n 5L PRATHER Agent
Lnlon Depot
E B BURNHASI Agent
Norton Street
F L WEILA b O P AJ
430 Broaflivay
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SLID EN KEEP ON
ASLIDENSLIDEN 1
GOING DOWN 1UOUCAH
TAKES THE ELEVATOR
Those McLcnnsboro Fellows ArC
Coins Up Holding to
Lend
GAME PLAYED HERE TOMORROW
CLUBS W L POT
McLcnnsboro 1C C 75 0
VJncennca 111 9 550
Ifamsburf 9 10 474
PADUCAH 8 12 100
Hopklnsvllle 8 12 400
Clarksville 1 8 12 400
Yesterdays Results
Vlnccnncs 2 Paducah 1
Clarksvlllo 3 Hopklnsvlllo 2
McLeansboro 4 Harrisburg 3 I
Games Today
Paducah at Vlnccnnes
McLeansboro at Harrisburg
Hopkinsvlllo at Clarksvlllc
Games Sunday
Harrlsburg at Paducah
Clarkavlllo at Hopklnsvllle
No Sunday game
VlncennesMcLcansboro
VlncennesMcLcansboroPlayed
Played at Vlnconnca
Games Monday
Harrisburg at Paducah
ClarksTllle at Hopklnsrllle
Vlnccnnes at McLeansboro
Vlncennes Ind Aug 13The
same sad story of another defeat i IsI I
told In yesterdays game as the In1
dlana went down before the Alice
by a score of 2 to 1 Runyan wa
n the slab for Paducah and twirled II
twJrledI sI I
a pretty game but his wildness I
forced over the winning run while I
tho Vlncennes sluggers seemed to
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group what few hits they could I
gather L Johnson pitched for VlnI I
cennes and allowed only four hits I
as he proved Invincible with men on I
the bases More bad luck came to
the Indians as little Overton dtsloj
rated a finger In the eighth Inning I I
and will be out of tho game for 1
some time
Runyan was the cause of scoring
the only run of the Indians by driv 1
ing out a twosacker and be Is also I
responsible for the second spore and I
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victory of the Alices by his wildness
The Alices grabbed the first run in
the second inning Glenn tho ne Ii 1
backstop walked and was sacrificed
to second by M Johnson Hurst
drovlt out a single and Glenn scored
Tho Indians did their work In the
fifth Inning Overton and Cox both
singled Then Pat Runyan surprised I
the Alices by hitting a drive good I i
for two bases Overton scored but
Cox was nabbed At tho pan trying
HOTEL I
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ROOMS SI 100 PER DAY AHD UP 1
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Doom I naahlr lUtv
EURPPCAN PLAN
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RETURN
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Presenting The FourIf I
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to tally In the eighth tho game
was lost by thb warriors Dohavcn
walked and was sacrificed to second I
1by Flnnlgan Runyan muffed a pop
up by R Johnson M Johnson was
hit and bases wore full Pat proved I I
unable to get them over tho rubb r
and the winning score was forced In
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Vlnccnncs 2 6 1 L
1in
Batteries Vlnccnncs M Johnson I
and Glenn Paducah Runyan and I
Ovcrton Block
BlockLeaden
Leaders Win <
Harrisburg 111 Aug 13rc
Leansboro took tho second game
yesterday by a score ot 4 to J
Crazy Snake Calbcrt and Hlggin
botham enjoyed a pitchers battle
but tho white man won with botter
work by his teammates
Score nilE
McLcansboro 4 S 1 L
Harrl burg 3 7 3I i J I
Batteries McLeansboro Hlggln
bothntn and Stelle Harrisburg Cal
calIObert
0bert and Jordan
Hoptown Dropnlng I
liopklnsvlllc Ky Aug 13 Al
though Guy Johnson hold Clarks
vlllo down to one hit the Hopkins
vlllo team lost tho game on errors
It was tough luck for tho brilliant
twirler who was in the best of I
form Priest pitched a good game
but it did nbt compare with John
JohnI
sons work
Score RilE 5
Clarksvlllo 3 1 4 j
Hopklnsvllle 2 5 6 5
Batteries Clarksvlllo Priest nud
Strubbo Hopklnsvllle Guy John
son and Grucsscr
GruessorATIONtL LEAOUEI I
XATIOXAIi LEAGUE
Clubsjo L Pet
Chicago G4 23 qco C I
Pittsburgh 59 38 012
New York 57 40 580 I
Philadelphia 49 49 500
49e 4 I
41s 4 I
St Louis 40 00 400 I
Boston 36 67 349 t
sIPirates Vlfi Hard Giimc
13pIttsburghI L
took another toot battle Tho visitors j
made 12 hits Including two doubles
and a triple off Bell but briHlant
fielding held the runs down
Iflolding R II B I
Pittsburgh 3 12 0
Brooklyn C 8 0
Lelflcld Leaver and GIl Son Bel H I
and Bergen Umpires ODay and l
JBrennan
1ArennanlLubs
1cibso InvIy Doves
Boston Aug 13 Chicago won i L
from Boston the winning runs com
Ing in tho eleventh on bunched hits
ijant error and two bases on balls
1au Score R II U
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Chicago 5 10 f
i llL
Boston 3 IS 1 l
Rculbacb Brown and King Frock
and Graham Umpires Klem end I
Kane
liKane soils Win Weird Game
JCew York Aug 13 Cincinnati I
got 17 hits off Crandall and WJItse
whllo New York made five off Burns I I
and Bccbo but tho visitors only cap
tured the game 5 to 4 Clarks sln
glo In the ninth sent In the winning
runScore
Score RILE
Cincinnati 5 17 1
New York 4 5 4
Burns B ebo aha Clarko and Mc
Lean CrnndaU Wlltso and Myers
Umpres Johntone and Enson
IIa
for IICan1s
Hnrrnli for the Cnrds
Philadelphia Aug 13St Lout I
broke Its long losing streak defeat
Ing Philadelphia The visitors bit
Morons delivery hard bunching hit i
In three Innings and knocking him
off tho rubber
Score R II E
St Louis 11 13 1
Philadelphia 2 8 3
Corrldoa and Brcsnaban Moron
Brennan and Doolri Umpires Rig
ler and Errata
ErrataAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEAGUE
ClUbs W L Pct
Philadelphia G9 32 684
Boston1 GO 44 50
Detroit 58 4C SCO
Now York 57 47 550
Cleveland 47 54 459
Washington j 45 liO 427
Chicago 42 59 415I I
St Louts ti32 68 315
1St fioniilors Tdtce I irly Lead I
Cleveland Aug 13 Cleveland
1
was beaten In the first Inning Gran
ny was hit by Kbestner In batting I
practice and may bo out of tho game
for two weeks 1
Score nIlE
Cleveland 0 C 2
Washington 9 15 0
Harkn ss Mit ± oil and Easterly 0I j I
ReUHng And Ainsmlth UmpIres
OLoughlln and Egan
IlroivhS Win In Ninth
St Louis Aug 13St Louis de
feated New York making four runs
in the ninth QUlrin pitched effective
ball for tho visitors up to tho ninth
and then weakened ninthI I I
Score R H E
St Louis 5 8 i 3
New York 4 10 2
Ray and Kllllfer Quinn and Mitchell
ell Umpire Perrino I
PerrinoI I I I
SOY Begin to Mote
Chicago Aug 13The locals
made It four straight from Boston
winning In1 teh t Innings on singles by
Scott and Zetder Chicago cot away
to a one mil lead In the firs Boston
ted In the fourth HHtlng coupled
with two error by Lewis and Speak
er yielded two runs In the saUl I
elUut I Bopton deadlocked tho battle ink r
tho eighth molten Carrlgan drove in
two runs i I
Score n II B
Boston 3 9 2
Chicago 4 9 1
Hall nod Carrlgan Scott and Sulli
son Umpires Evans I and CoUI
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Athletics In Hitting Mood
Detroit Aug 13 Philadelphia
got three homo runs oft Summon
acc nnUng for fie tallies enough to
beat Detroit without tho aid of two
rune that came from other sources
sourceR
Score R H E
k4 Ycor
Philadelphia 7 11 3
Dotrolt 4 7 6 I
Plank and Thomas Summers and
Stanage Umpires Kerltt and Con
rholly
Eli Yn Draws Sn III lon
Detroit Aug 13 + ilanagor Hugh
Jennings has been indefinitely sua
pended by President Johnson Jen
nings was ordered from Bcnott park
Wednesday by Umpire Korln for dls
puling a decision when Coombs lof
Philadelphia truck out Ty Cobb
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Clubs W L Pet
Pctt
St Paul 67 52 557
635e
Kansas City 58 55 513
Columbus 53 CS 47d
Milwaukee 51 63 445
Indianapolis 49 GS 419
Louisville 43 72 376
HfI1I1I1I
Louisville 9 Milwaukee 3
Minneapolis 1C St Paul 6
A BOYS HOLIDAYS
The ardent controversy which has
been waging In England and Amor
Ica concerning tho best way to dlai i
pose of school boys In the long sumI
mot vacation has prompted tho
Grand Trunk Railway System to
Issue a special publication giving
suggestions and practical hints to
parents as to what to do with tho
school boy during the months of
July and August Tho vacation
camp IB ono of the solutions and tho t
publication entitled What Shall a
thort
oughly covers the ground A copy
bE
applying to H 0 Elliott S17
Merchants Loan Trust Building
Chicago
I
lTrr Again
Two young ladles boarded a crow d II I
ed tram cot acct veto obliged to
hern
LBelI took hold of what she supposed
was her frfendfl hand They had I
II
stood thus for some time when on I
looking dojn sho discovered that
she v9tilq4lnp + a mans band
Greatly emUartnrned oho exclaimed i
Oh Ive got the wrong hand I
smiled
stretched forth his other hand sap
ing
Hero Is tho other one miss
Tit Alte
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if requested
JOHN WILHELM Agent
110 S 5th St New phono 1 IO
Brown bah wired mo to send him I
up some finding tackle A nuisance
lEttt U7 othat isnt It but I
cant remember whether ho favors I
Scotch or IIOTho W4dow
Freshly cut bark of tho cork tree
If heated gives off a gag that can be
peed as pn iljuralgant
Is Your Dog Slangy 1I I
If so go to your druggist at once
and get a 60c box of Row Mange
Pills the great Internal remedy I
Your dog will stop scratching In J
three days and will be cured In 7 to
12 days Thousands of bad cases oCt t
mango cured after other remedies
had failed Nonpoisonous easy to I
give and they cure Ross Dog Rem I
edies glvftjjatUfAQUpa to you and I
comfort to the dog Sold In Paducah I
by W J Gilbert Lang Bro nnd S I
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QUALITY COUNTS
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Especially in Beer
p ADUKA has every good quality thatI I
beer should have and none except the
good ones Paducah Beer is absolutely pure
It is rich in tone and flavor and as a thirst
killer has no peer
ilet us place a case in your ice
chest todayyou need it
PADUCAH BREWERY CO
> Incorporated
Both Phonos 408
PROMPT ACTION
SAVES THE DAY
GOVERNOR WIMSbN HliADS OFF
SlGUT Rlhlilt l
ClifUiltin County PrtHKculliig Onifc re
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SOLDIERS REMAIN OX GUAUI
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Hopklnsviile Ky Aug 13ln
the face of the ezoltement and un
caslneas following on tho heels of the
Lyonh
county of Julian Robinson In Cald
well county and Axton Cooper In
Lyon county all alleged witnesses
for tho commonwealth In the vroeoou
Uon of persons charged with night
riding In Indictment returned here
those In charge of tM procccutlon
are going ahead with their plans and
getting matters In shape for tho call
mg of the trials at term of circuit
court which will convene on tho
fourth Monday In September
Tho offcci of tho shooting of tho
three parties named above which It
Is alleged was done for tho purpose
of deterring any others who might
bo ro inoMned from giving evidence
against parties charged with being
night riders has been to make more
determined the men who are tho act
uating spirits In tho prosecution
These mon say that Instead of being
bluffed by anyjsugn methods they are
nerved logr Mfn > endeavor They
also claim that tho shootings have
not frightened the wttncsuoa they
have ready to take tho stand tho
prompt protection afforded all such
Iy Governor WJllson having assured
them of safety
Within two days after Oliver was
shot soldiers were encamped on fits
place and they havo not left him for
a minute since that Umo and do not
propose to do BO any time noon The
killing of Axlon Cooper recently wail
aimed by many to bo another mono
in tho plot and promptly moro sol
diets wore tent Into the dlstrlco that
was said to be threatened by an in
ternal conflict
Not only that but after tho first
clash between the civil and military
authorities had been satisfactorily ad
Justed at a conference which wan
held at EddyvlIIe tho county Judge
and sheriff and other officIals of
Lyon county showed most commend
able zeal In putting the persons
charged In the coroners verdict with
the killing behind tho bars and in re
fusing them ball when they had
waived an examining trial
Now everything seems to bo qulot
but both civil and military authorities
are keeping close watch on the silos
lion and do noj propose to bo taken
by surprise The additional number
of soldiers that was sent to Lyon
jcounty Immediately after tho killing
of Axlon Cooper to TOerifprco the
guard already at Olivers house is
still on duty and will probably remain
for some time
clAimedIns
has more than offset tho fertr that
had been created by tho shooting It
10 t even claimed now that Use people
reaUzlBR teat they will be given pro
tecUoa and also more t11f aware of
the neee y for tolling what they
know in order to overcome the con
diUottB are more noxious than over
to take the wltucw stand
It It known that the prosecution
has a number of witnesses summoned
but All to who tboyeryo ono but
tho Interested parties end tho court
officers know Their names are being
kept ceret for fear that possibly
soifle harm might W attempted
In tko trial hero MMoa Oliver
who fillS badly wounded when he was
fired upon one night early In I Way I
to oxpected to be ono of the principal
wHno BOB Tho trials were postponed
at tho Juno term of court for tho roe
BOB that ho had not euIDdenUy re
I covered to ako the eland although
he bad boon brouglil < o the sky In
anUclpaUon of hie being needed
Julian Robinson who was shot from
amtfusii tato ono afternoon ID i Jllle
as tio was on Ma way homo and la
neatly Utllod was Mid to bo another
anoUlerI I
commonwealth wltnmM but If lie was
nothing was over known of It hero
mid no summons from into court IJadi i
ever been lamed for him Axlou
Coepor was a tenant on Olirora farm
and p rlMirM would have Ixen used
on the witness tOitxl had hit life been
spared ba no stiimnon had been t
wed for Mm either and be had not
been mentioned in connection with
the cams
In addlUoa to the commonwealth
and county attorneys additional coon s
ml of tho hlflbott order has been ct
lathed to aid In tile prosecution of
tho CAtfI Tho parties charged with
the offenses bane emutoyeU some of
Uo leading attorneys of IISRnd
other Mm Is this eocOea of the state
S O tr Iker
IVlcy Kidney Illl II
Tonic In quality and notion quick
In result per baokaebc headache
dltxlocra nonrourneu urinary Irreg
ularitlea and rheumatism Gilberts
Drug Store
I Tho total frontage of Greater Nrw
York upon the water Is 441 so
milt j Of this 18510 miles la avail
able for sblnolntr
sblnolntrKts
KltN 1
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mtm I
Scissors and Shears
are made orccm lccuratework llicyarc
saentirically des siCncd and adjusted to In I
exact cutting edge to that blade meets blado
with absolute precision from heel to point
Each J shear is fitted with a patent bolt
that can never wotk loose This bolt l has I
a rijhthand screw iiid i lefthand nllrNJ
NJworkinjt
lion of adjustment is
nt impossible llicy arcj
arcless pressure i j
required to keep the cutting edges together l 01
01YOII you
ask for them byname Every pair fully
guaranteed We sell them
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Phone 21 No 127 S Third St
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