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Ke Are Going To
po all the boys can
go to Sunday
School and Church
and be in a good
morning to wait
on our fast-growing
ffieo. H. Frank & Co.
J r (Mavwllir's Porr most Clothiers.
" 2dl. Nelson Bxatton amended tho
f.iunornl or His granutatnor, itcv. n. J.
fRnmoy at Ashland Thursday.
-Wr. Pat O'Neal, of Mavsvillo. was
the jjuest this we el; of his brother, Mr.
SMrs. Bello Adair and Mrs. Lawrenco
Iqrton have returned from a visit to
relatives in Mnysville. Paris Domocrat
Al lUrBi tvilliuill AVLCUliia ux luu'at uu-
nuobaa returned sfrom Ashla'ad, 'hero
she nttendod the fuuornl of her father,
SraKev. If. J, Itamey.
sv Col, C. Y. Brower of Loxinuton, who
ha3 been u most pleasing guest at the
Central Hotel smco tho opemug of tlio
, ball 'season at Maysvillo Tuosdny, re
&iurncu nomo mis morning, jio mam1
'hosts of friends while her and tho kcjn
.of the city are his.
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fi -This subject was tho subject of a
powerful sermon preached by Ifov. Wil-
Shoyto at tho Baptist revival last night
Ijtoan appreciative audience.
'.ahut Your Mouth and Upon lour
IFfEtye's" jyHI too tho subject tonight.
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(.10 mo cnoirni ino nigni service louigui,
Mold It Up
certainly must, after' sampling
Optionally flno Rye Whisky.
nnoissuor of good, puro and
twfli, , ityo makes tuts Drand ma
GavoV ter tho first trial, bocmise
palato and never gives
Hcho. We aro soliciting
familj and know that evo-y house
should havo a .bottle of this Rye in case
(fe H. P. Thomas & Co.,
"120-122 Market Street,
HSAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
alf -Mil lion
,jTkm Ford Motor Co. has s&ki morm
than 500,000 Fwd automobile mnd
nont rmcmitt purchamrm ot.thtm
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Feed Your Little
and keep them growing.
We also sell Red Comb
Scratch Feed for old hens.
J, C. CABLISH
also at botli tho services on Sunday.
Thoro will be special music at both
services. Miss McKonnoy's work with
the violin is pronounced by all to bo
The song service Sunday evening will
becin at 7:15.
Como out and help make up tho 500
watoted nt Sunday School at 9:J0.
Sco announcement for the Sunday
morning and ovening subjects.
Thero were nbout twenty over from
Aberdeen at last night's service.
Ohio Stato League.
Huntington nt Ironton.
Newport at Mnysville.
Loxi.igton at Chillicothe.
Charleston nt Portsmouth.
Brooklyn at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Now York at Washington.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Ohio State League.
Mnysville, 8; Lexington, 13..
Charleston, 5; Huntington, 3.
Chillicothe, 1); Newport, 3.
Portsmouth, 2; Jrctoton, 2; eleven in
nings. National League.
St. Louis, 2; Chicago, 0.
Cincinnati, 2; Pittsburgh, 4.
Now York, 11; Boston, 2.
Philadelphia, 8; Brooklyn, 0. '
Cleveland, 2; St. Louis, 3.
Chicngo, 2; Detroit, 3.
Boston, 0; Now York, 0.
Washington, 0; Philadelphia, 7.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato League.
Won Lost P. C.
Ironton 3 0 'lOOO
Maysville 2 2 .500
Loxington 2 2 .500
Huntingto-a 2 2 .500
Nowport 2 , 2 .500
Chillicotho 2 2 .500
Charleston 2 2 .500
Portsmouth 0 3 .0UU
Won Lost P. O
Pittsburgh 11 2 .810
Philadelphia 7 3 .700
Brooklyn 5 4 .550
Now York 5 4 .550
Cincinnati 7 7 .500
Chicago i5 9 .35
St. Louis 5 '10 .333
Boston 2 8 .200
Won Lost P.O.
Detroit . ....S 11 . 4 . -733
N6v York C 4 .000
Philadelphia 0 5 .54.5
St. Loufs 7. 0 .538
Washington 0 0 .500
Chicago 7 8 .407
Boston 4 7 .308
Cleveland . 3 10 .231
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rrtlwrrowi youwttf rwy
pay." Aad hto new jphqiogfaph
Tho old, portrait taken twenty
years ago, modo him look so
serious and old faahlonod not a
bit Uko ho really is.
Wo wouldn't part with it of
course But isn't it splondld to
havo a .picture of him as WE
know him Just as ho looks to
day. And fnthor says that he's glad
ho gave in and had it made
that having your plcturo takon is
far from an unploasant oxperi
The Photographor in, Your Town.
maysvuiLE films draw large
crowds to washington
Tho first extensivo display of moving
picturo films showing scones in Mays
vlllo woro exhibitod last '.light and the
largo and enthusiastic audiences fully
attosted that they wcro a most pleas
Tho films began with tho auto parade
of Tuesday's ball gamo opening, nnd
in all over 1,000 feet jtt movies were
It was a costly experiment for Man
ager Russoll, but tho public is respond
ing to the venturo vory liberally.
Tho Maysville movies can bo seen
ngaiu this aftornoon and tonight.
Folio wing -are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telophonod at
l) o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Duck 1 10o
Old Hens 13c
Spring chickens 13c
Roosters i 0c
Whoat firm 0S90; corn steady
71Mi72M!; oats steady 4010Vj; rye
LAUNDRY Woo Juno Laundry, 225
Markot street, will call for and dp
livor all work and wo guarantee sat
WANTED AGENTS COLORED MAN
OR WOMAN reprosontativo wantod
in oach locality. Part or full time.
$50 to $500 a month. Evory custo
mor secured givos you a steady
monthly income. Only ono appoint
ment in each locality; hurry and be
tho first to apply. Wiito Box 3G.
100, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED MALE HELP Hustling
man or woman representative wantod
In each" locality. Part or full time. $5l
to $500 a month. Evory customer se
cured givos you a steady monthly in
como. Only ono appointment in each
locality; hurry and bo tho first to ap
ply. Wrlto Box HO 293, Coving
WANTED Young gfrl to stay withl
small family of three. Writo Mrs
Cash Brovard, Augusta, Ky. 1 Ot
WANTED Boy at tho Now, York
WANTED Work by girl as waitress or
general housework. Phono 020.
WANTED An experienced girl for
gonoral house work. Small family
and good wagos. Apply to Mrs. God
frey Hunsicker. Telophone 142.
FOR RENT 7-room house on Fifth St.
Apply to W. R. Smith at Bee Hive.
FRO RENT Houso. Apply to Mrs. Wm.
Ldlley, Lindsay St., or Leonard &
Lally, Markot street. 28-Ct
FOR RENT Threo-room flatf wator,
yard, coal house; to colprou family,
without children. 61 E. Front street.
FOR SALE 1 5-ycar-old bay horse.
Ono buggy; 1 sot harness; lap robo;
storm front nnd rain nprca. Buggy
v only bocn used s'tneo last October,
iforso yery gontlo aud pity broko,
wiUuot scaro at automobiles, street
cars, or steam engines. Perfectly
safe for a. lady to drive. Will soil
choap, and sell separately. Apply at
Tho Mason Lumbor Co. A., A. Mc
FOR SALE Good driving marc. A.
M. Casey, R. iCi No, 4, Konton Station
plko. s 30-3t
FOR SALE-i-Thoroughbrod Berkshire
hogs( yearlings, and 2-year-old; audi
10 pigs., p, a. 'laugher, u. x
No, 1. , 29t
FOR SALE Well trained maldf toy
poodle Price $5, Apply at licfeast
Third stroot. " 284t
FOR SALE "Refrigerator. Apjily 'at
No. 545 West Third stroot. T 27-0t
FOR SALE Coal range, in 'fllst-olass
condition. Call upon .Mrs. (Aldrichr
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I'S ;' Jurf"
) - i -"-t hwrr ivv4 ytfvT' y
Was the Score By "Whipfc Lexingtoa
Dsfsated Mayaville Yesterday.
After having the Lexington team ap
parontly defeated by tho score -of 0 to
1 In tho fifth Inning yesterday, IfBcoms
as if tho whole Maysvillo team went to
pieces and 'after that time tho Colts
mado two or moro rUps oach Inning,
dofcattag tho locals by tho score of
13 to 8. However, tho oxhibition was
oxcusablo to a corfaiu extent, becnuso
tho players have received a sovero sot
back on aexount of tho cold weather
of tho past two days, especially Thurs
day. This weather particularly af
fected tho pitchers, who aro carrying
around a bunch of soro arms. .
Llnson stnrtod tho gamp for tho locals
and was yanked In, "tho sixth nfter two
men had scored and with a man on
first tfad ono on third. Ho was re
placed by Llnnio, who was replaced by
Thompson In tho sovonth, after two
men had scored, one. out and two on
base. Thompson finished tho gamo and
wns hit hard and timely, besides being
Black started tho game for Loxington
end ho too was replaced by Ma'aagor
Guyn in tho fourth inning when tho scoro
stood 0 toll in favor of Maysville. Al
though Guyn did not Bcom to havo
much, only two runs woro scored oT
him in the six innings that ho pitched
LEXINGTON AB R H PO A E
Cain, cf 1 2 0 3 0 1
Konnick, ss 5 1 1 1 4 0
McEvoy, Jb 4 2 2 9 2 0
Dawson, c'.... PI 2 3 1 0
Crouch, rf .. 4 1 2 1 0 0
White, 3b 5 3 3S1 0 0
Guyn, lf-p 5 3 1 0 5 0
Brown, 2b 4 0' 2 7 3 0
Black, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Goodman. If 4 0 1 2 0 0
TOTALS 30 13 14 27 In 1
MAYSVILLE AB R n PO A E
Badel, lb 2 2 1 7 0 0
Chapman, If 4 1 2 3 1 1
Curtis, 3b 4 1 2 2 3 0
Donovan, cf 5 0 2 1 0 0
Dioterich, 2b 4 0 2 2 2 1
Netter. rf 3 1 2 I 0 ')
Clauscr, us ' 5 1 I 3 0 1
Maco, c 3 0 1 5 1 0
Llnson, p 2 1 0 I 1 0
Liunie, p 1 1 1 1 '1 C
Thompson, ii 1 0 0 I 1 0
TOTALS 34 8 11 2T S 3
Scoro by Innings
Innings 12345078 0
Loxington 1000034 3 2-13
Maysvillo 150001,00 1 S
Following is tho summary:
Two bueo hits White, Brown, Dio
terich, McEvoy. Three baso hits
McEvoy, Guyn. Sncrlflco hits Badol,
Chapman, Netter, Mace. Sacrifice flys
Brown Netter. Stolen bases Cain,
Dawson, 3; Guyn. Baso on balls Oft"
Black, 2; Guyn, 1; Linson, G; Thompson,
3. Struck out By Black, 1; Guyn, 2;
Lfason, 4; Linnio, 1. Baso hits 0 hits,
0 runs, oft? Black in 2 innings; 5 hits,
3 runs oft Linson, in 5Vj innings; 3
hits, 2 runs off Linnio in 1 intaing. Loft
on bases Lexington, 9; Maysville, 8.
Double plays Curtis to Clausor to
Badel; Curtis to Badol; Konnick .to
Brown to McEvoy. First baso on er
rors Lexington, 3; Maysvillo, 1. Time
2 hours. Umpire Shaffer.
Nowport comes today for a two-gamo
Manager Chapman last night rolt'as-4
cd shortstop Frank 'Clausor.
Shortstop Emery arrived yesterday
to accept a position on the local teajn.
Jack Barrett, who sprninod his ankle
Tuesday, is much'improved and he says
that ho will bo ablo to be back on tho
first sack in a few days.
Umpiro Schaffor wont with tho Lox
ingttfa team to Chillicotho la -night
and Kuhn will handlo tho indicator horo
for tho two remaining ganrfes.
Miss Fannio Fryer oGrcenup Coun
ty, is visiting hcr'aunt, Mrs W. E.
Our Colored Citizens,
Tonight thero will bo n grand sup
pejkgivcn at tha homo of Sistor Athey
forvtho. benefit Of thp May rally. Ev
eryone is naked to como.
on't miss eottinir n sllco of tho
Blotyko tonight at tho Homo of Mrs.
ndys, fti. Lexingtou plko, only ton
cents for a slico and tho recipo.
Bothel Baptist Ohurch.
ounqay oonooi ai uwu a. m,
Preaching at tlio usual hours, morn
ing and ovening by tho pastor, with
sprvlcos each night during tho week.
"Wo hope to boo many new facos in tho
Sunday School tomorrow morning.
All nro welcome,
, PEAOK TALK A-MiKKTY.
Washington, May 1. Assurances of
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2 OIIUKOa HOTB.
Washington Presbyterian Ohurch.
Regular services Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. Everybody made wel
come. Second M. E. Ohurch South. '
Proachlng at 10:45 and 7Vclock-.by
tho pastor, Rov. J. W. Simpson.
Sunday School at 9:30. Jamos'Daw
Epworth Loaguo at 0:15.
J. W. SIMPSON, Pastor.
First Presbyterian Ohurch.
Preaching' by pastor at 10:45 a. m.,
and 7:30 p.'m. .
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 0:45 p. m.
Prayer mooting Thursday at 7:30
All sorvicos open to all.
J. BARBOUR, Pastor.
Central Presbyterian Ohurch at Nep
Sunday School 'at 0:30 a. m. J. B,
Wood, Supt. s
Preaching 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Christian Endenvor at 0:45 p. in
Good music. Everybody cordially fci
vited. It. L. BENN, Pastor.
St. Patrick Ohurch
Tho winter schedule of services at the
St. Patrick Church is as follows:
Tirst Mnss 8 a. m. '
Sunday School immediately follows
Hncnnil Mnss 10 a. m.
Vespers, followed by benediction of
tho Most .uiesseu eacrainom a p. m.
Tho sermon at both Masses will bo
on the Gospel, assignod by tho Church
for tho day.
Forest Avenue M. E. Ohurch.
Sundav School at 9:30 a. m.
You will miss something interesting
if absent at this hour. G. N. Harding,
A special program for "Mothers'
Day" will bo rendered at 10:45 a. m.
A cordial invitatitfa is given to.'every
ono to attend. Each mother present
will receive a carnation.
Proachlng at 7:30 p. m., by tho pas-
Prayormoting Wednesday cvoning nt
7:30 p. m, A. F. FELTS, Pastor.
Church of the Nativity.
Sundny School at 9:30 a. m.
Holy Communion at 10:45 a. in.
Evoning Prayer at 4 p. m.
Missii'u slides at 7:30 p. m.
Tho Mission slida are on tho work,
of tho Episcopal Church in Mexico
You can learn more about Mexico from
theso slides than from tho newspapers
or magazines in a year.
All scats freo at all services.
Strangers especially wolcome. .
This is Go-to-Church Sunday. Como
and worship the Lord.
J. H. FIELDING, Rector.
First M. E. Church South.
Tomorrow is "Go-To-Church-and-Sunday-School"
day in Maysvillo. Tho
pastor sincerely hopes that every min
bor of this church will attend tho Sun
day School at 9:30 a. m. and preaching
at 10:45 a. m., and 7:30 p. m., If it is
at all possible to do so.
Wo also extend a most cordial invita
tioU to all who aro "not identified with
any church and to the strangers within
our gates to como to our Sunday School,
and also worship with us at tho morn
ing nnd evening hour.
M. S. CLARK, Pastor.
Third Street M. E. Ohurch.
This church is right in lino with tho
"everybody go to church" movemont
which Is to tho front in Mnysville to
morrow. Tho pastor hopes to sco ov
ery member of 'tho church present. H
will preach nt 10:45 a. m. from the
subject "Tho Secret in tho Life ol,
Moses"; nnd at 7:30 p. m. on "Why
Doesn't God Kill tho Devilf"
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. in tho
main auditorium. Thoro should bo at
least 200'ircsont. Let evory cao come
early enough tor Sunday School and lei
all remain for flio nioi'aing church sorv
ico. Tho Epworth Leaguo service will bo
gin at (1:30 p. m. It boiug tho first
Sunday in tho month the roll will be
called rcspoudod to with Bible vorsos
and the monthly offering will bo takon.
J. M. LITERAL, Pastor.
Wo aro boosting for 500 in Sunday
School beginning, at 9:30. Evory mom-
'bor of tho church is urged to attend
this service. Several hundred havo al
ready promised to bo present. To got
aecurato attondanco, two men will bo
at tho door to eount all who outer the
.building. Scores of now mon will be
'thoro, for Flcmfcigsburg must bo boston.
Tho Gem Orchostra will play ns before
tbo regular session and during tho open
Church servlcos Immediately follow
tho Biblo School with no intormlssion.
Tho sormon themo, "Two Visions and
a Conviction' Evoning themo "If
Christ Came to Maysville." Good
Chrlstlau Endeavor, 6:30 to 7:30.
Miss Dorotha Douglass, leader,
A. F. STAHL, Mitoistor.
First Baptist Ohurch.
Special Revival and Rally Day.
Sunday will find our rovlvnl effort
at its highost mark and wo are anxious
to make this one of the greatest days
in tho history (it our church. As it is
tiieeiftl,"Go to Church Day" we. hope.
THE THINGS THAT YOU
2Va CENTS BUYS Laces that aro worth up to 7c.
tons worth Ec. ' vi
5 OENTS BUYS Apron Ginghams uiggest bargaL. u . ton.""
Curtain Scrim worth 7c. 1
10 OENTS BUYS Prottlost Dross Ginghams In tojwn. Pillow
Oases worth much moro. Also oxtira good Huck. Towels.
Six Spools Clark's Thread all day 25(1.
15 OENTS BUYS Pretty Cotton OrepcB, and othor wash Goods.
Many worth 19c to 25c. 1
25 OENTS BUYS Olioico of 100
89 OENTS BUYS Nino colers
Bost lino of Ribbons over shown
Glove's. Hosiery and Novelties that
SATURDAY NIGHT SALES 0
. Vests, a raro bargain.
ROBERT L. HQEFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
Ulir ujiiti uiiu ueuuaiuiig
ing table shows you what you will have to
of each year, Including our payment of 3
1st .-.'. 9 52,77
Cth .... 340.80
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
arc urged to attend and enjoy this
special program. 9:30 a. m. is the time
At 10:15 tho pastor will preach cm
"Heaven" and "Toll Gates to' Hell
will bo tho ovening subject. Treo seats
and a real welcomo awaits thoo who
attend theso services. The special choru3
choir will roudor somo soul stirring,
music. Miss McKcniioy, tho talented
violinist, will be heard nt all of tho
Miss Lottio Bowling will havo charge
of tho B. Y. P. U. from 0:30 to 7 p. m.
Subject "Tho christian Soldier .
The last twenty minutes will bo sptMt
in prayor for tho evening service. It
will pay you to como.
H. B. WILHOYTE, Pastor.
Christian Church Morning Program for
Ohurch and Sunday School.
9:30 Orchestra selection.
9:33 Song by school.
9:40 Prayer W Gcorgo II. Frank.
Song by Nchool.
9:45 Roll Call ol Teachers aud Of
ficers. Song by school.
9:50 Scripture Lesson Miss Hansel
9:55 Losson study.
10:25 Song led by Church Choir.
10:30 A'inouncoments by A. F. Stahl.
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives' to a store is the elc
mint which irives a sicn its greatest value as i
advertising medium and investment. The ty
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nrfwsinii if iii:iivt:? wulili. 11 uiullj ivu" jk
the nuhlic that there
mnrrhnndlse and methods up-to-date. It ail
Fects the entire atmosDhere of the busines
district. The stranger says, "It is a live
and publishes it abroad. .
It is' the Sign of theSTimes. ,
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We wish o say a few word
important subject to
want smart, , lively,
thine: smart ' and distinctive
color and cut. All
you deal at the "Good CI j
Store and in addition .youj
quality in the goods wjiifj
Young man th,e serviceani
wear he ougnt to gct.jsp
any Clothing or
OollanL Bows, Jabots, etc. See
of Tangol Skirts, worth $1.25.
you will want.
to 9 only 5 cents liuys Summer
uuc uunar cutu w.ccn. uic iuiiuw
our credit at the end
, . 823.79
, . 901.33
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10:40 Anthem by Church Choir'"
Mountain Of tho Ljrdi.
10:45 Opening sentences.
Hviim No. 81 "Lord Thv Glo
Fill tho Heavens."
10:50 Scripture, i '
Anthom by choir "Prais!
tho Lord."-Joromo. j
Prayor. - , J
11:00 Special hf Choir "Ljf
Chorus "A Blessed I
Communion nnd offorif
11:13 Special by Choir "Of
11:20 Sormon "Two Visions
11:15 Hymn No. 789.
and bales atabi
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Local and Lodk lOflloeNo.6
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