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Prices
Reduced
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Spring
Clothing
Vegetables
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysville's Foremost Clothiers.
are now coming in
moro plentiful and
loss in price. Let ua
have jour ordor to
day and wo will give
you both the differ
ence in price and qual
ity. J. C. CABLISH
& BRO.
Quality Grocers.
Phone 230.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU
If you havo a certain poso or
plcturo in mind, wo wiU oxocutc
it for you or Just loavo it to us.
Wo produco tho latest and best
styles in photographic portrait
ure Our lino of saniplo photo
graphs will convince you of tho
, quality wo put into our work.
Como in and look them over.
Ooiiulnu turtle soup tonight at Frank
Eltol's.
Mrs. Dlxlo Smclloy Is tho guost of her
mint, Mrs. Sears, of East Second htreet
ami other relatives.
WEATHER REPORT
PARTLY OLOUDY TODAY AND
WEDNESDAY.
Brosee
The Photographer in Your Town.
Miss Julia Wythe is visiting relatives
nt Bounu Vista, Ohio.
Misses Hacl Wullingford and Aunt
Clayton of Springfield, OIiio ar quests
of Miss Hertlo Hasp.
RIVER NEWS.
Tho gauge shows 0.5 here and rising
slowly.
Tho Orccnwood is up tonight for Pom-eroy.
MAYSVILLEPRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephoned nt
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
duco Company;
Kggs 10
Butter 15o
Old hens , 12c
Spring chickens 20o
Old roostors Co
Turkeys 12o
CINCINNATI MARKETS
Llvo Stock.
Cincinnati, July 20. Hog receipts
4,200; market active; packers and
butchers, $9.159.25; common to choice,
7.50S.40; pigs nnd lights, $7.50
9:30 stags) $57. Cnttlo rocoipts 2,000;
markets sternly; steers, $'2i(iM.2'i,
iioifers, $4.G08.30; cows, $.'1.2J(a0.50;
'calves steady, $510.50. Sheep re
celpts 2,500; market steady; $2.75(fi
I0."; lambs steady, f.'5.003.tO.
Provisions.
Butter steady, eggs steady, prime
firsts l!lc.
Q rain.
Wheat firm, 7C7c; corn firm, S()(it
Slc; outs easy, .'IS'lJiWOc; ryo steady,
Gl)(llc, liny firm, timothy, $1(!)2I.
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TODAY!
PERFORMANCES START
DAILY AT I P. M.
Ladies or Gents Gold Watch Given Away Tonight.
See Display in Traxel's Window.
KliSlH MA0U3OD, MRS. O. J. WILLIAMS, WIU
WADSWOKTIl AND ARTHUR IIOUSMAN IN
"WHEN THE MEN LEFT TOWN"
Two-Keel Edison Comedy.
"A JONAH" Hiogrnph Comedy.
"THE LAZIEST MAN" Lnhin Comedy.
Bullett's Orchestra Afternoon and Night.
"KATIILYN" Tomorrow
1 Uroadway l'Yuture Friday.
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HEAVY HITTING
IN TWO INNINGS
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Won Gamo For Maysvillo From Hunt
ington Yesterday Oalbcrt Stars.
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It requited just the third and fourth
innings for Maysvillo to pile up enough
liins oft Pitcher Alton to defeat the
Huntington Blue So , est onlay by tho
score of 1 to X After that time the
young southpaw had things his own way
pretty much, but the damage hud al
ready been done.
Utrecht, another left-hander, was on
tho mound lor Masille, and he was
touched up for nitio hits ami good lor
n total of threo runs.
Maysvillo made their first t'o runs
in the third w it li ono down. Utieehl
struck out, but worn to lust im Hod
man's passed ball. Chapman touted out.
Kmery doubled, Cuitis scored Utrecht
and Kmery on :i single. Donovan flied
out to Calbert.
Tho Cubs made two more in the
fourth, which wound up tlioir scoring
for tho day. Kills singled. Montgom
ery boat out an infield joller. Kills was
thrown out at second when he oerrai.
tho base. Dietrich doubled. Montgom
ery scored when .Mace dumped one in
front of the plate and Dietrich also Kept
right on to tho homo plate and scored
w'hen Itodmau dropped the ball. Utiecht
v was out at first.
Huntington staited their scoring in
tho fifth. With ono down Kedmun
doubled. Alton was out at find. Uan
dumped ono and beat it out) scoring
Kcdman. Sclilagel was out at first.
lu the si.th Sehafer was safe on
Curtis' orior and stole second. Kelly
singled and Sehafer was thiowu out at
home. Calbert singled. Thoiim flied
to Donovan and Kelly scoicd. Strain
"; hit to Curtis, who got Calbert at .second
ftcr running him down.
, Huntington mido their last run in
tho seventh. Itedinau led olT with a
1 triple. Alton was out at first. Kyan
lit 'One to Dietrich who tried to nail
, , Redman at tho plate, but failed. Hyan
was caught out trying for second.
Sclilagel fouled out to Mace.
Tho box score follows:
HUNTINGTON AH R II PO A K
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MAY3VILLE
Chapman, lb . I 0
Emcrv. sa .-.-.... .:.-... I 1
Curtis, .'lb 1 0 1
Donovan, cf 1 0 0
EI1N, rf :t 0 2
Montgomery, If " 1 2
Dietrich, 2b r, 1 1
Mace, c .-- 0 0
Utrecht, p II 1 0
AUR HPOAE
0 II
1 1
TOT A US ,
Innings .
Huntington .
Maysvillo .
Summary:
HO 4 7 27 22 1
....1 2 II 4 5 0 7 8 0
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Two base hits Kmery,
Dietrich,. Kcdman, Calbert. Three ba-e
hits Kelly, Kills, Redman. Sacrifice
hit Mace. Sacrifice fly Thoma.
Stolen bases Montgomery, Sehafer.
Base on balls Oil" Utrecht, 1. Struck
out By Alien,:!. Left on bases Hunt
ington, ti; Maysvillo, -'. First base on
errors Huntington, 1; Maysvillo, 2.
Time 1:10. .Umpire Arundel.
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Kyan, 3b f 0 1 0 2
Schlagel, 2b 1 0 0 1 1
Sehafer, cf I 0 0 3 0
ICelly, lb ' .1 2 !l 0
Calbert, If I 0 II 3 0
Thoma, rf II 0 0 1 0
Strain, ss 1 0 0 1 2
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Alton, p 3 0 0 1 0
Cefnlu 1 0 1 0 0
Tho management has declared "La
uios.' Day" again today. Huntington is
agniu tho attraction and a good game
is promised, judging from how tho two
teams played yesterday. Strain will
pitch for tho Blue Sov, while (loth or
Drown will hurl for the locals.
Tho playing of Manager Calbert of
the Huntington team easily featured
yesterday. Besides robbing our boys
of several that looked good for hits, ho
hit consistently, getting a triple and
two singles out of four tiips to th"
plate.
Arundel is uuiverxully declnred to be
tho best umpire seen on the local'
grounds in a long time. His decisions
aro satisfying both sides and very little
giiimbling and disputing islieard from
tho players.
BASEBALL RESULTS
GAMES TODAY.
Ohio Stato Iieaguo.
Lexington at Portsmouth.
Chillicotlio at Charleston.
Huntington at Maysvillo.
National Leaguo.
Now Vork at Cincinnati.
'Boston at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
American LeaKUO.
Chicago at Washington.
St. Louis at Boston.
Detroit at New York.
Cloehud at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Ohio State League
Chillicotlio, 5; Charleston, .
Levington, 7; Portsmouth, 2.
Huntington, 3; MujsmIIo, 1.
National League.
Philadelphia, 1; Chicago, 8.
Brooklyn, 0; St. Louis, 7.
New York, 3; Cincinnati, 0.
Boston, 1; Pittsburg, 0.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
THREE HURT IN
AUTO ACCIDENT
mow Out of Tiro Caused Wreck Near
Maysllck, Ky.
totals n:i :i o 21 5
Cefnlu batted for Alton in the Oth.
Kving, Ky., July 20. E. S. Parker's
nuto was wrecked near Muyslick. His
0, collar bono was broken. Mrs. Parker
0 was soveiely injured nbout the head and
(1 shoulders. Mrs. Charles Iiiatton sus
tained serious bruises. Bratton escaped
injury.
A blow out, an instant change of
2 'course with a sudden application of
brakes tluew the auto upon its side.
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AYBE it is"an old fashioned
idea this notion of putting all
the value possitjlejuito the car
itself and as 'httlo -as possible
into overhead expense-
But it has civen the Paiff e a posi
tively dominant position among
cars of medium price
Ample capital for operating pur
posesno bonded indebtedness
no excessive capitalization no
heavy overhead of any kind to be
paid for.
Just a full dollar of car value for
every dollar of the selling price.
Is it any wonder that the Paige is
going to be oversold again this
year in spite of increased production?
The Paif e-Dctroit Motor Car Co.. Detroit. MicL
Central Garage Co.,
Maysville, Ky.
Ohio Stato League
Won Lost
Charleston 1
Chillicotlio X
Lexington " '
MAYSVILLE 7
Portsmouth ''
Huntington 1 0
National League.
Won Lost
New York 7 :2
Chicago 1" "'"
St. Louis H' '"
Cincinnati 39 11
Philadelphia 37 12
Boston 37 13
Brooklyn 33 12
Pittsburg '-33 13
American League
Won Lost
Philadelphia ! 32
Detroit " :!S
Washington II 3!)
Boston 13 I"
St. Louis 11 1"
Chicago 13 II
New York 32 IS
Cleveland 2 r'
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.Kit
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TANGOED TO "BEULAH LAND
Atlantic City, duly 20. Sacred music
was placed Sunday on the beach in
rompliuiieo with tho order of author!
ties, but bathers found n way to hes
itate to "Old Hundred" and tango to
"Hock of Ages" and "Beulah Land."
The order for s'ncred music was issued
in order to put a stop to the beach
dancing.
Marinella Emporium is now open in
rcom 2S First Natural Bank Building.
ATTF.ND ROBERTSON COUNTY
COURT.
Messrs. I I Oorbrich, Mike Brown,
Walker Harvey, Kobert Brown, Hlwood
Poser and ItaymomI Kobinson wero
business visitors at Mt. Olivet Counts
court yestordav.
PASTIME TODAY
HELEN GARDNE
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"A PRINCESS
OF BAGDAD"
IN EIGHT CHAPTERS
SPECIAL MATINEE
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At Sacrifice Prices
Voiles, Crepes, Lawns, etc. at ioc. All real Bargains.
Also specials at 15c, 19c and 25c a yard. Worth from
25c to 49c.
Embroidered Voiles very, very cheap.
Flouncings of all kinds greatly reduced.
Lovely embroidered Crepe Voiles, 40 inches wide, 50c a
yard. Just half price.
49c buys lovely Foulard Silks. Most of them were 85c.
In suit lengths.
Our Messalines, Crepe de Chines, etc. are sold at a posi
tive saving to you.
Best line of hosiery in town, ioc to $1.50 a pair.
Be;t 25c hosiery on earth, for men, women and children.
Housefurnishing Goods at bargain prices.
August styles are here. Designer, best fashion book, ioc.
KOSEKT L. H0EFLICH
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$ I? by reducing the price on all Spring Goods.
jj $ Now is the time for you to buy a
Jj J Straw Hat. Big reductions on them now. J
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h h- vou must not ioreret that our Orosaafcfcs and
Stetsons are the best in town. J (
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THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN, Second and Markrt Streets.J j
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Secretary John V. Bain o tin' Le
injitiiii Blue llr.iss I'.nr, August II S, lias
Tho Public T.edaor's tliauks tor press
tn-lvi'ls to the bij; exent.
'Mrs. Ales Touehinun of l'iiiii, Ohio,
who has been the fjuest of her mother
rod sister, Mrs. O'Koele, in Limestone
street left for home this moruiiit.
ELKS NOTICE
Tho Trustees of the B. I. O. T.lks
wish eery ineinbei to be present Wed
nesday oeniii at 7:.'!U o'clock. Bus
ness of the greatest iuiortance to be
diMiisscd. 20 21
P. fl. SMOOT, E. K.
W. R. SMITH, Hoe
LOSES SECOND CHILD.
Aiintin, -tho four j ear old son of Mr.
and Mis. William Moore, died lato yes
tn day afternoon at the homo of hid
jtiaiid'iiother, Mrs. Blanton in I'elliant
street. Death caused by heart failure
runeraj at II o'clock this afternoon from
Mrs. Blanton 's home. Burial in' tho
.lasille Cemetery. .lust .1 short timo
a-,'0 Mr. and Mrs. Moore lost a Httlo"
clnlil, who died 011 the tr.un just as Or
pulled into the ltsille station.
Our Colored Citizens
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Miss VS. V. Mcfiaun of Nashville,
Tenn , is tho yuust of Mrs. Silas Mar
shall on Knst Fourth street.
Huw'sTliUr
WolTerOue IliindieU lollr IlewKlforny
oaieof Oaturrh ttmtonnnot tie oured by lUll't
Cikturrli Cure.
F.J.CFIKNKY AOO..Toleito.O.
We, the uudrlt!iiB(l,liavekiiowu V. J.Olieue)
torttieltl5yeari,iindbelleTeiliiiperfeotlyhon
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Waldinu, Kinman A Marvin,
Wholesale DiUKKliti.Tuliido.O.
Dall'iCatarrU Cure'litaVeu tnturually,aoUn(
Jlreotly upon the blood andinuconnurf hob 1 olthp
lyitetn, Tettlmoiilali aent tree, l'riou 75 ceut.
perbottle. Sold by allDruguliti
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
WANTED 'DrPssmaUnifnt home Mrs
M. W. Drydeo, 215 Poplar St. 20 01
HAS MOVED VooJun, proprietor of
'tho L'hineso laundry iu Market street
en aooouut of premises to bo ton
down has moved to U!) E. Third St.,
adjoining tho Donovan corner. AH
laundry called for and delivered.
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FOR KENT Flat of four rooms with
htcaiu heat, water and bath on first
floor. Itont reasonable to family with
out children. Mrs. II. O. Gray, Kast
Fourth street. 15-0t
FOlt RENT Cottago of four rooms.
Apply to Mrs. Wm. Lally, Lindsay
St., or Leonard & Lally, Market street
FOR RENT Unfurnished room with
'bath. Call phono -191.
LOST.
LOST A. B. & L. Hook. Finder pleaso
roturu to Mrs. Mary Burns, IKS West
Fourth atreot.
LOST Automobile liconso tag No. 14,
1G3 and a tap off of a Hnlladay fhock
nLsorbor. Jtoturn to 210 Wall struct
and rocolvo reward.
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Sunday night on stroot ear, iu ,T,rax-
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