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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 17 September 1906

ss P3535tro35aa IT EDN fr yBath Comedy Dy AGNES and EGERTON CASTLE Autherj IF The Pride of Jennlco A COPYRIGHT 1000 BY ECERTON CASTLE l I t ic When he 1 returned to Pterrepolnt strwt he found the mysterious strau S a cr ulready In her sedan Lord Vcrney leaning through the wftdow thereof engaged In an earnest whispering cou Tersatloii Captain Spicer Jocularly pulled him back by the coat tolls and Inserted hi own foolish face Instead The lady was masked and cloaked as he had loft her I Madam I hate done your errnnd Mid he It was said be a matter of difficult negotiation requiring nhciu requiring such tact ul think I may cflll my own Sir Jasper was vastly 4 IIncensed one might an well have tried 1renion with n bull Hut sir nald 4A I would I Captain Splccr como with 3 this message If It were uot In accord ance with the strictest rule of honor able etiquette That floored him inadain Hen MUtreis Kitty snapped the letter flickering In bit gesticulating 4band 4 wllh scant ceremony turned lu...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 17 September 1906

l a t I b < > AGE EIGHT TH J PADtJOAH EVENINGS SUNMONUAVf SBpTEMBBn 17 + f Facts That Cannot Be Denied d fWhen you buy Pittsburg Coal you get bigger bushels better coal ard the most coal t Every load weighed by a sworn i weigher and certified to be correct Every lump I is of superior quality and dug by skilled union miners It holds fire over night and it dont clinker No slate no dirt no sulphur no waste andno bad odor in the house from burning it Our Pitts burg Coal gives satisfaction and you get value received for your money Let liS quote t you prices PITTSBURG COAL CO Office 126 Broadway Both Phones No3 JAMES J ODONNELL Manager ManagerPOISONI POISONI POISONIA lA l noted doctor says that wrong eyeglasses are worse than poison Correctly fitted eye glasses are eye helps EVES EXAMINED pitRi Steinfeld Optical Co Ojillcnl HciKlqtinrtrni of 1ndurnli ClOD llromluuy Telephone 1 110 II r CITY TRANSFER CO taty Qllaubers Stable weJ we art ready for all kinds of hauling 9 rTELEPf10NE 499...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

x L 1l IAY 8EPIE m i ri kii r < t t T < c a pVFDN bt abut tl uing un w IIVOL XVIII NO 22G PADUCAH KY TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 18 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK I JEWISH NEW YEAR BEGINS TOMORROW Observed by People of Race us Religious Festival 4Orlgiu Origin of Observance When Israel Occupied Palestine and Season of Work Commenced I WHAT CELEIJKATION MEANS F 1 The Jewish New Year which bo glps Wednesday eve and whose ob servance II I continued until minuet Thursday Is next to the Day of Atonement the most solemn day In Israel calendar of holidays Us ob servanco dates hack several centuries s prior to the present era When Is t rael dwelt In Palestine and was en gaged In tilling the soil and all of Its principal festivals wero deter mined and characterized by some par tlcular phase In agricultural life as f J > lJowDK seeding growth and reaping of the grain and harvesting The Now Year marked the begin ning of agricultural activities In Pal estine and hence the opening of the economic...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

PAGX TWO II TOE PADUCAH I i DN1Ni r SUI3x rtESOAY 8UPIEMBK COLUMBUS WINS i CHAMPIONSHIP < I American Association Season Comes to End IndlanaK > llfl Finishes ill Inxt Huh While Oilier Am Well Hunch 1 eel In Ilncv 1 j > jr ii < i 1 it t SCORES OF Tim HIO JKAOUns Milwaukee Wis Sept IS The official standing of tho clubs ot the American association of Baseball leagues which closed yesterday fol lows Columbus G26 Milwaukee 5G2 Minneapolis 530 Toledo 527 Kansas City 480 Louisville 4C1 St Paul 447 Indianapolis 3C8 r MlnneapollHSt Paul called In fifth on account of rain no scores National League New York Sept 18 Tho visitors tried out a now pitcher with disas trous results RUB New York 1315 1 Philadelphia J 2 7 3 Batteries Matthewson Fergu son Uresnahan and Fitzgerald Moser and Doom American League Chicago Sept 18 Oldrings er err rf ce earl a single by McFarland won the game for the locals U nlE Chicago 5 8 G Philadelphia 411 4 Batteries Walsh and Hoth Vad ilqll Schrqclc r and B...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

o 0 I > DMt rl t l 0 0 lX SRUTKjlDKB r ffl I IJ Ffr 1Ir r04I kl r rPAW PAW THWCB TH1fcp EYENINGi UN f TUESDAY SHITKMHHU is Vjf VjfPARR BOND ISSUE i t ELECTION MEASURE Y MEASUREt Introduced By Bonn of COlin cilmon Last Night 1I 1 I llclegnfo tll He Sent lu Vnlrnvnyn Convention at + Iortsmontli Why Htiwts Aio Dark WOULD IlKKOHM HILL IIOAUDS 1 The general council met last night I nightin contractsI I made with Thomas Bridges Sons of Wnhash Ind for building sewer dig i trlct No 2 and alto for building side t walks In several parts of tho city J5ach board later ratified tho Li con I tracts separately The council later In Its regular session voted to place pineotho the matter of Issuing 100000 for building city parks The two boards also In Joint wofslon agreed to moot tonight to take some definite action toward building sewer district No 3 1 coil mllmrn a 111111111 hth g The hoard of councilmen met first with Councilmen Crandlo fllorzog Kattcrjohn and Ochlschlacger ab 4sent µ The minut...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

= j j JIU S r1s w PAOIOO IIUI PXDU05H EVENING BjfiH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 J l co Maimed sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBL1SHINOCO INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDP President KDWIM J PAXTOH General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES Katored at the pottofflce at Paducah KI aa aeoond clau matter THE DAILY SUN Oy carrier per week 1 10 By mall per month In advance co Uj mall per rear In adrknce 460 THE WEEKLY SUN Pi rear by mall postage p ldllOQ Address THE SUN Faducah Ky orrici IIS South Third TiLiraouM Kt Payne fr Young Chicago and New York rep reentatlrca reaentettveLTAE TUB SUN call be found at the following 1aoeu 1aoeuR Clementa 3 Oo Van Culln Droa Palmer House John Wllhelmi WilhelmsII TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 CIRCULATION STATEMENT 1 August 13S36 August 173888 August 23848 August 18 3874 August 3 3883 August 203852 August 43864 August 21 3811 August 63863 August 22 3834 August 73879 August 23 3833 August 83916 August 243841 August 93927 i August 25 4220 August 103896 August 273865 August 11 3951...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

tt n r7 k Ja µ 1 9i PT1y3Iu 1 m 1vTn E UESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 ffHE PADtJOAH EVBNINu SUNPAOli nv k i rv CLOSED THURSDAY f If you are preparing for a trip Thursday or t 4Friday 4 dp i your shopping Wednesday We have some of the prettiest fall wearables we have ever < 1displayed 1 We would be pleased to show theme h 317 BROADWAY t r i i JiiJ r L ii LOCAL LINES For Dr Pcridloy ring 416 C L Ilrunion Co havo mov ed their flower store to 029 Broad way t Local Illinois Central shop men wore relieved when the pay car ar rived yesterday porno pne yesterday started a report that the pay car was wrecked In Illinois And all the v f vcheckn destroyed tty fire This would i I t have necessitated a going back to Chicago for ch roc kll Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 Broadway Phono 19G A Bib key struck Frank Oray a popular Illinois Central car re palter In tho forehead yesterday af ternoon and Inflicted a severe wound Gray was working under the car knocking tho kef from a king pin It was tightly wedged a...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

vi 4r 4 r r a FPAS u Om 1 171TVI SnW SlttTEMUl BETTER SCHEME THAN MR BRYANS k Improve Waterways nml UCR lilnto Jnuispott ntioh I Coiiipnilson llihvccii Industrial loss VM lit UiilUil Stales wed Great Urltiiln 0r SOON HAVE HUNDRED MILLION Washington Sept 18 If Miss Democracy1 Is a bit disappointed that Mr Bryan should bring her as his chief gift on his return from foreign travel nothing more alluring than his advocacy of tho government owner ship of railroads proposition which she feels docs not well become her It remains to bo seen whether he will tactfully withdraw It to bi placed ln adim political garret with certain other family relics As a partisan Ifstio calculated to dominate a future platform Mr Bryan himself must be disappointed to put It mildly at the rapidity with which such prominent Democrats ns John Sharp Williams have declined acquaintance with the subject That the government own I toership policy however In a some what unexpected and unpartlsan manner will not be with...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

1 i rc AVUnXJiSDAY 8RtTKJinnK it t w Tr J b yy r i J4 7Odrr < L r Bfiffl P3CDU0333S JNUTE 1tY 5lTPJi r r1lVTDN n 6F Bath Comedy 73y AGNES and EGERTON1 CASTLE j AuMcrj ef Tile Pride of Jennlco COPYRIGHT 1000 DY ECERTON CASTLE J rs owe trilling quarrel not headed young men It la very reprehensible but we must not be too hard on young blood YOUIIK blood 1 Is hot Well well trust In a merciful Providence my dear Iqiy Sfnudlsh You know not a sparrow falls not a hnlr of our bend theaht t theahMatquarred quarrel about cards or nome such trlllel trlllelIt It was about me sold the atlllcled y f wife In a strangled volee About you my dear lady Tbs clasp of the plump band grew If pOll ilble n trlfie closer almost tender Laily Htaudlnh wan cold and miserable y This warm touch rOll Iyell somehow n vague feeling of Htrength anil com C fort fortAbout About me Mie rejKjjttd and her lip trembled Ah III I It sot And with whom does SIr Jasper fight With Colonel Vllllers said she and phot n glance of...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 18 September 1906

e t RV z y is r n a y w 1 L 1 1 H 1 J S pPAGE KiQirr rrH1i PADUOAS EVENING SUN r SUICIDE YERDICT I OF CORONERS JURY Edward Ware Intended to End His Own Life Would Not Admit Drinking Wood Alcohol and Dies WithoutI I Explanation I FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON j i 6 Coroner Frank Eaker held an In Quest Into tho death of Edward Ware The verdict is as follows a We the Jury empaneled to dis cover the cause of the death of Ed a Ware whose body is lying before us after hearing what evidence was pre sented find that he came to his death by taking wood alcohol with suicidal Intent Signed H D Hayes Jeff Read Claude Creason W Y Griffith A F Williams WilliamsWare Ware was found In the Sanderson I wagon yard sitting In his buggy deathly 111 Ho said ho had a conges tive chill He was removed to Rouse Whlttemores grocery at Fourth and Jefferson streets and placed on some hay Doctors were summoned lie was gasping for breath and vom iting Wood alcohol was detected and matches struck to the liquid Ig nited I...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

t it > r f W i WEDNESDAY SEPTEMtUWl < 10 rflabiu4b tinin nn I I VOL XVIII NO 227 PADUCAH KY WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 19 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK I RED LIGHTS GO OUT ON DECEMBER FIRST ib Judge Reed Orders Disorderly Houses on Kentucky Avenue to Abate Nuisance 1t COURT WILL END PADUCAHS SHAME Red Lights will bo extinguished on Kentucky nvcnuo December 1 Circuit Judgq William Reed In formed nil proprietors of bawdy houses this morning that they will have to vacate Kentucky avenue by December 1 or sulfur tho con o qucncci Of course some of you own prop erly ho stated and wo can not drlvo ou away from your own prop erty but wo call prevent you oper ating such houses as now exist and I b wo Intend to put a stop to it Judge Reed explained explicitly explicitlyS S I J1long been regarded by him as a nul aanco In Its presence location but do I cllned to bo Interviewed I have been receiving complaint after complaint he staled about r this nuisance The city wants to have parks and a nice...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

Ln t FAQI TWO JTHE F PApUOAH IrVfNN1 SUNIYIImI Ii sDAi rSKPTBMnEft I t INDIANS RECORD FOR TIED SCORES JJniifitio Distinction Held By > Pridttcnlis T Oath l t 1 Eleven Tic James In 1 LeiiKiie mill In illans Figure I In Xliio During Season SCORES OF TUB BIG LEAGUES i i The Paducah Indians finished the fourth annual race In the Kitty J league In about as perfect a shape aa a mlncoplo In August flavored with nlckle + whlsky but they carried ti oft one worlds record towit the number of games that ended In tics Some have ventured to pay that this was because the opposing teams were only dillydallying with the Indians for personal amusement This can not be the case for no ball team ever finished a days work with a tied count If It could squeeze In an extra run In any possible manner Of the 135 games played by Paducah this year nine of them wofo tics Of the pitchers Brahlc holds the rec ord with four and a total of GG In nings Wright and Tadlock follow with two each and King Wiley Platt ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

< t n < WEDNESDAY SEItUMKEtt 10 4 L x 1 r ITlr yrrCA1 ll t1TDN ° eta PXDTJOSH EVENINGS StiltFDEsDw r2 f y TAMMANY VICTORY w OVER MCLELLAN r t i Feature of Dcmncrntic Contest t In New York i E i 011 forces llontcil Hy Inninii anil III iliiM Whom Itooscvcll Kn j vors apt 3 1 t t ts ASKSt t S b p r t Sew York Sept IIn a bitter clash of the opposing factions In o days primary elections In New York county Congressman Herbert Par t sons president of the New York I Ir county committee won n sweeping theIlepabes s lican organization while leader I Charles P 1 Murphy of Tammany fHall retained his position at the organizationf f by a narrow margin Parsons victory wns a cpinglul rout for tho Oiloll faction PargQii had tho backing of President Itooso volt and Govornor Hlgglna In the Democratic battle tho frloncl of Mayor McCIcllnn had banded together to wrust tho control of Tammany from Murphy and wore very noarly nuccessful In doing so l Chliirlilll Lost for Governor Onvcrnorf f Sept non...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

rrs ilsasalYwLaa + w X JOnIIUI rxvtiOXD V + BBH NESDAV SEPTEMBER > IL t z I Jc 1Pabucaij sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHINOCO INCOMPOMATtDFUFuniBPretld FId FISRER Preatdn HDITIM J PAXTOW General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES Entered at the postofflceat Paducah Ky u lecond elan matter THE DAILY SUN 0 j carrier per week 110 Uj mall per month In advance 40 Uj mall per year In advance 160 THE WEEKLY SUN Pit rear by mall postage paldIOO Address TILE SUN PaducahKj Orric lit South Third TiLiraom Kt Payne a Young Chicago and Nw York rep retentatlTei THE SUN can be found al the following place It D Clement A Oo Van Culln Drna Palmer House John Wllhelmi WEDNESDAY SKPTKMIIFU 10 CIRCULATION STATEMENT August 1383G August 23848 August 33883 August 438G4 August G3863 August 73879 August 8391G August 93927 August 103896 August10389GAugust August 113961 August 133894 August 14 31185 August 15 3904 August 1C 3898 August 17 3S 88 Auguat173888August August 18 3874 August 20 3552 August 2138...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

e + a t 4 JVKI > Y ESIU Y 8 RPTKM IJRtt 19 + tIX i nv ° WTDN WAV RRMR mEn IDflflJj PXBUOAH EVENING SUNre ° O FIVE t CLOSED THURSDAY I Hut Friday morning our sale starts on every summer garment in the house and will continue until Saturday night The prices on Linen Suits Skirts and Shirt Waists will be wonderfully reduced During this sale we start off our Fall Suits i Skirts and Waists thereby giving you an oppottunlty to buy fall goods for lss than the regular places The tale is next Friday and Saturday at LRWAY LOCAL LINES j I For Dr Pendley ring 4 1C 0 L Brnnson Co have mov moved ed their flower itore to C29 BroaJ Way On account of an accident to the tender of thu engine pulling tho IxMilsvIllo Fulton urcommodatlon train No 121 at Dawson yesterday roe train was delayed not arriving tnV ll 1 9 oclock last night The fait ale No 101 from IXMiIsvIlle to Altntphw wan delayed being be Slnd tho accommodation train The trucks of tho engine tender bTrfko l down Dr Ollbort Oate path 400 ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

tl PAefi I HBH P2O5IJCH53BR rJWENIN1 I + 11E Wt fNltsntY sy iii A i NEW ASSOCIATION tt t NOT OF FARMERS FARMERS Circular Heing Distributed f A h j Aiming Tobacco Growers 1 t o Kilort TJcIng Made to Disrupt Organ Ixnllon mid Claim of Outsiders TnkliiR llnnil 10U I MKMIJKIW IH11KCT IT Signed aiTd dated butwlthout any other indication of Its source a print ed circular Is being distributed which If ItS allegations are true Is expected to cause a tremendous up heaval In the Dark Tobacco Growers association This circular specifies certain changes in the organization and man agement of the association In which a now organization has been com pleted by certain officers In the old ntsoclatlon The old organization the circular states has been super I ceded by the new one and In thu a change among other points of differ ehce mentioned the name has been changed tho captal reduced the oi Tight to elect general officers has been taken from the farmers and glv WI en to the stockholders the maximum...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

v t < L 0 1 > IIj fw = VKDXKSDAY HKPTKMnKK 19 T 0 nA + tttrrMe I + ty i gr + i e Mll zz T Jt r t f 1 h 1 a a 1 I UV MIl I1nJUUXU BVENINU EIXKSUAY RFlTlmmm111 d i 1 e f I he i aaltls aaltlsBath Comedy 1 7Jy AGNES and EGERTON CASTLE Author of The Pride otJennlco F r 1 OPYRICIIT 1006 BY ICIJRTON CASTLE t I 1 J ID JheTIIXn J D heTIIXn rat out to his Intense aston ° ishment Sir Jasper found himself In Ail Iron grip lifted Into the air with I kith ease against which nil his resist ince wan ns Hint of it puppet shaken illl hili teeth rattled and deposited on tho nat of his buck upon the lloor 1Oh help help help screamed l Lady Sliindlsh t i neatly said the bishop I dont I know when I have been so lusultrd lu my life Tin the whole church sir the rjhnrch of England the state Itself thai you have assaulted lu my perKonl IIu stood glaring down on the prost trate foe brrathliig heavy rebuke t rebukelhrongh TYou bore committed blasphemy simony sacrilege rank sacrilege thundered Or Thurlow ...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 19 September 1906

p y I ID ADUO EVE JNaUN EDA1L GEORGE 0 HART I I ENTERS INTO REST Tho Veteran Merchant Passes Peacefully Away I Druggist S < camboat Owner mill Harthvnif Dealer Prominent I Citizen of Iliduciili 1l IIUUUU DEVELOP TUB CITY Captain George O Hart pioneer stcamboatman merchant and church man and one of Iaducahs most prominent citizens died this morn Ing at 11 oclock of complication of diseases after a ten days Illness lit died at his home 913 Jcffeiroi street and was surrounded by his entire family his condition navlng been pronounced hopeless sine art attacked Uraeralc poisoning ii i raid to have been the direct cause of his death although complications aided i by a general collapse hastened iho end jl Captain George 0 Hart was bon In Girard Panu and was 72 years j ojd Ho spent his early youth at New Albany Ind where his father the I Ilev Edson Hart was a mints for years Ho moved to Paducah In 1SC7 I IIars II and had been a resident of this City since I sinceWhen When ho came to Padu...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 September 1906

7 T 0 f o < n < H C N > t nbtitn i tttitt1 un 11VOL XVIII NO 228 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 20 1906 10 GENTS PER WEEK LIGHT VOTE OUT t AT THE PRIMARY Neither Candidate For City I i t JiulgoPleased Little Attention is Iald to Candidate w for Ward Office In Any Pre I duel MANY CARRIAGES ARE USED a It Is the estimate by those Inti mately connected with tho work of tho politicians that the total vote In I the city today will not reach COO There Is little Interest taken I never In all my lIfo saw such a lifeless cledtlon Chief of Police James Collins an old campaigner declared at noon The voters Just will not get out I think from Indl I cations that few know an election U 1 really In progress Chief Collins opinion Is voiced uy cxperlencet p i The election doubtless will provo a fizzle as far us a strong vote Is concerned Tho Democratic primary la on and 1 although the law says plainly that no vehicles shall bo used In the trans 1 portatlon of any voter to the polls au...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Paducah evening sun. — 20 September 1906

fcf PAG TWo FTHE PADUCAH Li1 i r T > nEn set V r 1 i BARNSTORMERS I BARNSTORMERSNO NOT MAING HIT Vlncennes Wishes They Hell resented Cairo I 1 ThercIccnse Papers tlp > Tliero Accuse Them of Jol vilifying Instead of Playing Base sT Imll Caiiios e I SCORES IX Till BIG LKAGUI S t i t + The Vlncennes Capital said t A bunch of ball players styling themselves the champions of tho Kit 1YI league put In an appearance hero fesjorday and that Is about nil they festarday the class of baseball put up by them was something fierce Out < Side of the pitching of Eddie Kolb Which was fairly good the barn stormers put up a careless game the < Infield covering little more ground than that upon which It stood For the locals Holycross formerly of Danville pitched and Johnson for merlY of the same team caught Both did well although Holycros would not have been a quzzlo fa soy eralof the players had their eyes not been clouded Because of the poor showing of the barnstormers they are not drawin...

Publication Title: Paducah Evening Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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