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IAHS RECORD
La H jf OK THE TRIP
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i1t XJiio Out of the Sixteen
is Games Played
CUnilMMl Over Danville fly fiofrnlln
Matjoon mud Now Hank Fourth
f n t In the League
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TWO OAMES ON TUB FOUIlTIf
Team Standing
Staudingv
W L Pet
Vlncennes 34 22 601
Cairo s33 25 069
Jacksonville + 30 20 636
Paducaht7al uio
Danville rC7e 31 466
Mattooo s20 3C I 357
Yesterdays Rosultf
Paducah 1 Mattoon 0
Jacksonville C Danville 1
GalroVluccnnes rain
1
SnlurdnyH Itcsullx
Paducah 4 Mattoon 2
Cairo E Vlncennes 1
Jacksonville 1 Danville 0
Today Is an off day No games In
tho Kitty league
The Indians arrived from Mattoon
this morning at 746 oclock with
three straights from the Hostlers to
their credit having won Sundays
game by a score of 1 to 0 Speedy
Wright pitched the game and beat
Roundhouse Mccarty premier
twirler of tho Hostler aggregation
Hits were even two and two but
Mattoon made one more misplay
than Is credited to the Indians It
was a pitchers battle and ended
three well played games a series of
satisfaction
satisfactionToday
Today Is aa oft day and the In
1 dians will rest Tomorrow Mattoon
plays here and a two game affair will
be featured on the Fourth probably
a game In the morning and another
In the afternoon although this ar
rangements has not been definitely
settled The Indians are in good
trim Red Perry being In the game
gamelagain
< RilE
Paducah 1 2 11
Mattoon I0 2 2I I
t y Batteries = Jnlernnd Downing
McCarthy and Johnson
i
Rain Interfered
Vlncennes July 2A large num
ber ot enthusiasts were disappointed
today when rain Interfered with the
CalrorVlncennes game The game
wilt be played off probably today It I
being an off daI I
Another BlUr One
Danville July 2The Soldiers
played rotten ball la the field yester
day afternoon and the whole game
was marked by dirty disgraceful tac
K tics on the part of both the locals and
the visitors In the eighth the 111 feel
Ing between the two teams came to a
climax when Holycross knocked
down Berte the Jacksonville short
stop as a result of an argument Ho
lycross was fined and sent to the
bench Haltman the new twirler for
Danville pitched superb ball and
won many friends
The score R H E
Jacksonville 5 G 1
DanvllloH I 1 3 7
Batteries Fox and Belt Haltman
and Qultisor
andQuiessarSatunlaya
SatunlayH Games
I nil Inn Win Second Game
Mattoon players found Tadlock ef
fective The score RI E
Paducah 4 32
Mattooa 2 23
Batteries Tadlock and Downing
Jokerai and McCarthy anil SchlssClI
and Langdpn
Tadpoles Tnko a dune
Cairo bunched hits and won with
easeThe
The score R HE
Cairo G 91
Vlncennes 1 8 2
Batteries Hatch and Searles
Slarlesh
< v Tleitlirs Get a Grime
Jacksonville got the game through
J througherrors
errors40ie
11110 scorn RIlE
lacksoflvllto 1 11
Darivjllo 05 4
ifatierlei Akers and Belt Christ
roan and Qulosscr
Tho writer referring to criticism
or rather strictures aimed at him In
tho Vlncennes Capital relative to tho
paying the official scorer at Princeton
p fait season will state that he had
nothing to do with the matter bathe
knows that there was no money left
lu he treasury after Pee Dee Gee
Malaria Make Pale Sickly Children
The Old Standard Groves Taste
less Chili Tonic drives out malaria
and builds up the system Sold by all
dealer for 27 years Price CO cents
centsa
v L
r
got his Furthermore the league
leaKuelow
owes the ° writer flOO for tWo month
salary In 19p4 and former fdrcUry I
Greaney wrller 100 for twit
months salary In 1905 Mr Oreariey
never put In any claim for his sale
ry but the writer did for the 100
duff JIim In 1904 President dosnoll
representing Vlncennes favored the
claim of the writer who could have
withheld It out of tho funds In his
possession but preferred not to do It
In the Interest of harmony Relative
tothe records of the league the wri
ter can easily convince anyone from
Missouri that he has hi his posses
don the ONLY COMPLETE REC
ORDS of the Kitty league since Its
formation In 1903 Cairo Bulletin
A stop by Haas off Wetzel was one
of the prettiest ever seen hero Mo
ran a fast runner was going to first
and tho throw by Wetrel was a little
wide Haas glued his foot io tho bag
and extended his gloved hand and
stretched out full length resting on
his bare one he nailed the throw In
time to catch his man VIncennea
Capital
Red Perry was unable to play be
cause of a badly Injured flngerwhlch
will keep him idle for several days
Vlnconnes Canltal
Wetzel killed hits for Moran Bar
bour and Chenault his stops off Mo
Tans bat electrifying the crowd His
work was wonderful and It Is seldom
anything like It Is seen In tho big
leagues Vlncennes Capital
A general element ot dissatisfac
tion prevails among a large number
of enthusiastic fans and threatcnlngs
and murmers are heard on all sides
because Mattoon business men arc
receiving no patronage at all from
visiting clubs Everything Is labelled
Charleston and It turns out to be
a case of the tall wagging the dog
Even the Mattoon Charleston learn
make their headquarters at Charles
ton and tho idea prevails It gives the
members of the club better opportu
ally to take advantage of tho lax
discipline whlclt Is evidenced on all
sides Mattoon Star
The Paducah team left this morn
Ing for JIattooh where they open a
series of three games today They
will then go homo for fifteen games
and will no doubt climb up a few be
fore they strike the road again We
cannot understand how In tho world
Cairo ever beat her those six games
Did SIIE play ten men Yin
cennes Sun
Mr Maurice J Farnbakor alias
Ills jaglets and other soubriquets
too numerous to mention has resign
ed his position as sporting and tele
graph editor ot the Cairo Bulletin
His resignation will take effect July
1 What Mr Farnbaker contemplates
doing ho has not made public If ho
does not write for another papertho
league will miss his dope Other pa
pers around the circuit please copy
Give Ills Jaglets a last farewell
while youro about ItCairo CItizen
The Indians played what Is gen
erally called good ball on the cir
cuit Here Is the record It Is satis
factory to the fans in Paducah and
speaks for Itself
Cairo vs Paducah lost threo
Danville vs Paducah won three
Jacksonville vs Paducah won
three out of four
Vlncennes vs Padncah lost three
Mattoon vs Paducah won three
Out of a total of 1C games they
won 9 and lost 7 If the Indians do
that well at home the pennant Is
ours
118 JOK Talk
With this Issue of The Bulletlnthe
writer lays down his pencil believ
ing that he has earned the right to
take his usual annual vacation which
will be spent as on former occasions
having a high old time watching
the other leagues play ball and In
cidentally advancing the Interests of
the many good men In I the several
clubs of tho Kitty league by recom
mending them to faster company
Cairo Bulletin
McClaln n Hoosier
I Brownie McClaln arrived at noon
today from Terre Haute and will
probably bo seen In Tight garden his
afternoon Vlncennes Sun
TJ A TJ On tho Fourth
No amateur games were reported
here yesterday but tho L A L team
will play In Metropolis on tho Fourth
The L A L team has defeated tho
Metropolis boys once this season
School District Ko I McCrnikru
County Jy
To Contractors and Builders No
tice is hereby given that proposals
for the erection of a school house In
Uio foresald district will bo received
10 the undersigned at tho county su
perintendents office whore plans and
specifications may be een until 1 p
an on the seventh da of Jaly 190C
it which time tho coatract will be
awarded to the lowest and best re
sponsible bidder A bond will be rs
lulled for the performance of the
contract tho board reserving the
right to reject any or all bids This
the 29th day of June 190C
Signed CHAS BICIION
Chairman
1
Armovement to federate all the
awlfeh organizations of this country
Into oho harmonious working body
has teen set on foot In New York
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THE BIG LEAGUES 2I I
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1
i National Leanur
Chicago 1 Cincinnati 0 batteries
Jleulbach and ICIng Wicker and
Livingston
St Louis 1 Plttshiirs C batteries
Taylor and Grady Leaver anJ Gib
son
sonSecond GameSt Louis 3 Pitta
burg 1 batteries Egan and Mc
Carthy Pajllppo and Pelts
American Ioiiiue
Chicago C Cleveland C batteries
Altrock and Sullivan Jogs and Clark
St Louis 2 Detroit 3 batteries
Howell and Spencer Selvor and War
ner
SATUHHAYS OAMKS
American League
First Game Detroit 2 St Louis
1
Second Game Detroit 3 St Louis
2
Cleveland 4 Chicago C 12 Innings
Second Game Cleveland 11 Chi
cago 21 F
BostonNew York rain
Washington C PlUladelphla C
National League
Philadelphia 4 Brooklyn R
New York 3 Boston 4
Chicago 2 Cincinnati 1
St Louis 3 Plttsburg C
HnadMuM lit Soulhrni Ports
Tho fical year ending June 30
promises to make a gratifying exhibit
of the Increase In exports of bread
stuffs from southern ports Compari
son of VI months of tills year with
the corresponding period of last year
I for six leading southern torts Is os
follows
followsPorts
I Ports 1905
Baltimore i I9HI89GC8
Newport News 4119499
Norfolk and Portsmouth 747179
Galveston 2916774
Mobile 238G83C
Now Orleans 1049590
Total J297C475S
jAllports 94857576
Ports 190C
Baltimore J2IOS0941
Newport News 9832048
Norfolk and Portsmouth 1831416
Galveston 11167779
> Iobllo 270038 1
New Orleans 17326177
Total 66638745
All ports 170022C4S
All the ports outside the south < ne
Increase In the 11 months was from
65102 818 to 103383803 44ual
to 3S2SO9S5T or something r less
than 29 per cent while at the six
southern ports the Increase was from
29754758 to 6CC38745 equal to
30883987 or a littleness than 124
I per cent Manufaetufers nccofd
IIIOM IIKIIIND
llli Assailants Struck Him and Made
Their Escape
Thomas Smith 15 years old a
messenger boy employed to deliver
clothes for the Pantorlum on North
Fourth street was struck down from
behind Saturday night early while
on North Third street and a bundle
of clotheshe was delivering was sto
len The boy wits going to the reel
dence of T If May 408 North Third
street Two men were seen to run
away with the clothes The boy was
picked up by AI Bishop Ills head
was found to bo cut and bruised
1urHC Snatched
While Mrs Ellen Baker 422 South
Ninth street was walking In a crowd
on Broadway near Fourth street Sat
urday night between R and 9 oclock
her puree containing a small amount
of money was snatched The purse
snatcher escaped
STOPS ALL ITCHING
liana dlhtmmt Nun I icn not mail
Itching IMIes imlurali People
Itccnnuncitd It
One application of loans Ointment
slops nn > itching Short treatment
cures eczema Itching piles salt rheum
cany skin eruption or skin Itching
It Is the cheapest remedy to use be
cause so little of It Is required to bring
i relief and a cure Here Is Paducah
testimony to prove It
L H PItzhugb of 323 Jefferson
rtroot dealer In typewriting machines
says I am only too pleased to rev
ommend Deans Ointment to anyone
suffering from piles eIther Itching
bleeding or protruding Any remedy
which gives such effective relief aa
Deans Ointment deeervea the cn >
Jorsoment of the public For eight
or ton years I was a victim of this an
noying trouble and until I procured
Doans Ointment at Alvey Usta
drug store and used It I never
got any permanent relief
For rale by alt dealers Price 50
cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo
Sew York sole agcnls for 4ho United
StatesUiemember
Uiemember tho nameDoannnd
take no other
i
Dr Pi rces Favorite e Pfcscripltoii
Is not secret or patent tnetllctni aealnst
which the most intelligent pf < Wu are
quite naturally nvers Ucausoot tliBun
certainty as to their harmless character
but Is a medicine or KNOWS COMIOKITIOX
a full list of all Its Ingredients being
printed in Odin EnntUI on every bottle
wrapper An eiamlnatlon of this list ot
ingredient vlll disclose the fact tlllt it
Is nonalcoholic In Its composition chem
ically pure glycerine taking the place of
the commonly used alcohol In lt < make
up The Favorite Prescrtption of Ur
Pierce Is In fact the ont r medIcine put up
for tho cure of woman i peculiar weak
neises and ailments sold through drug
gists that does not contain alcohol and
that too to I < roe f11ulnlllcl Furthermore
nil tho only medicine for womans speed
diseases the Ingredient of which have
tho unanimous endorsement ot all the
leading medical writers and teacher of
all tho several schools of practice and
that too as remedies for tho ailments for
which Favorite Prescription is recom
mended
A little book of some of thero endorse
ments will be sent to any address lost l
paid and absolutely free If you request
lame by postal caror letter 01 Ur U
V llfrca Buffalo N Y
Dont forget that Dr Ilrrces Favorite
Prescription for womans weaknesses and
delicate llmnM Is not a patent or secret
medicine being the Favorlto Prescrip
tion of a regularly educated and gradu
ated physician engaged In the practice
of his chosen specialtythat of diseases
of women that Its Insred lent are prl uted
4 it Jllal l In Engllih on every bottlewrap WT
that It Is the only medicine specially de
signed for the cure of womans diseases
that contains no alcohol and the only
one that has a professional endorsement
worth more than all the socalled testi
monial ever publisllpd I for other med
icines Send for these endorsements ai
above They are free for the aiklntr
If you sutler from periodical headache
backache dlulnes s pain or dragging
down sensation low down In the abdomen
weak back have disagreeable and weak
Inc catarrhal pelvic drain or are In
distress from being longon your feet then
you may be sure of > nebt from taking
lr Pifrce Favorite Imscrlptlon
Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellet the best lax
Th
LaubulthabowelsTh
atlveendree y
ative and regulator o the bowels Tbny
Invigorate stomach liver and bowels
one a laxatlv two or three a cathartic
SPEND YOUR VACATION
ON THE GREAT LAKES
Trlinlf na D l c Slramrta
tmmna the enjoyment d fa e11 the rat
rnntagr5 which marine anhltetlute I
on provie pwl safely an d com
fort ere prime cjii ideratlon
ThnJunfc TkkfU l1oall point
1111 boCPC chtckrd 10 dUI
D A C TIME TADLE
MACKINAC OIViaiON
LTIdNAASs drta10AN
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wdMdrt rJ on A N
Four Trips per Wftk commtnclng
June Isth
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DETROIT A CLKVCLANO
DIVISION
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Antototdi0i 1 1 0 A lot
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DETROIT CLEVELAND NA VCO
PRESCRIPTIONS
Three Things
Honesty f
Accuracy
AccuracyIntelligence
Intelligence
Iarc I a part of every pre
I scription we fill Thc
I ibctcr doesnt write
them down with the
other ingredients be
cause ofa tacit under
standing that they are to
go in alwaysand he
knows tint 1 they will
go in when you bring
his order to us
THE BW FOUR
New York Central Wnef
THE BEST LINE TO
NDIANAPOLISPEORIA
PEORIA
PEORIACHICAGO
CHICAGO
And all points In Indiana and
Michigan
TOLEDO DETROIT
CLEVELAND
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
YORKBOSTON
BOSTON
And all points East
Information cheerfully furnished on
application at City Ticket Office Big
Four Route No s9 Fourth Are 01
write to
S J OATHS
0111 Agt Passenger Department
Louisville Kr
II J UHKIN
GeoP M Atfv i ClnclBMU OI I
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1 I tsar Y3 IIiOA WAYl I l i F
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WEEK END SALE
L
Towels
10to 11
oclock
oclockonly r
We put on sale at id oclock Tuesday morning andi i
sell for one hour only 25 dczen Uticn Huck iuwels 1 I
our regular 250 value for19C Ii
Tiila Is an exceptional value mid size 20x39
With this you will find many attractive prices In oil
departments during our Week Knd Clearance Sale
Ao
Ita f1prot ortIIS No rlun er
s raj 1
Not In the Circus Trust
JOHN ROBINSONS
Til II g Slows CwW l tar lintel elms tit OwM Mcuitrie tippsflrwt lid WM Nttt
PADUCAH SATURDAY JULY 14
Presenting under Ten Acres of Water Proof Tents
1500 RARE AND COSTLY WILD ANIMALS t
Double Herd of Elephants
W F PAXTON
President
SPECIAL
TUESDAY
MORNING
Ioaderon Performing Icurdenitt 1ictcnU + 1
lug it pro raul Comlque of Perfection
STUPENDDOUS RI2AL1STIC PRODUCTION
BATTLE OF WOUNDED KNEE
introducing j ° < J INDIANS COWUOY SCOUTS and KOUHHRS
THE LEA VENVORTH ZOUAVES
Direct from a Succeit til ll Joofaj Trip
Americas greatest military company pttitnling Holts Mnninl of Artni to mnsle
TWO COMPANIES OF CAVALRY
Late of the V S Army In taped raIl of horsemanship
ELLSWORTH i FEMALE ZOUAVES e
FEMAJUEZpJJAyESSEE 1h
SEE CAPT WINSTONS WONDERFUL EDUCATED SEALS1h
u
The Lucuron Sisters Wotfderful Aerial Iron Jaw Act
Flying Banvards Sensational European Aerialists
The Latest Foreign Novelty
Mr James Dutton and Mlle Winnie Van
Grand Spec scalar Double Riding Act
McNUTT TROUPE a Acrid Cycle Whirl Riders
Prof Njgards School of Wonderfully Trained Menage Horses f Twelve In Number
20 MALE AND EEMALI3 RIDERS 3O
100 Darlu GiiMHlt giant Icrrtiti sit ItMii tirlfHili TUf tick A bitte Cikbritlii
IOI < 1 V AI3RRV OLD CLOWNS I
GRAND 30000000 STREET PARADE
J Mlles oi0md Bedecked Wagons and Cbarletalrancing Bones lens of Rare t
and Costly Wild Animals and including the naloo aeet houelty a sZ k
quarte of a million dollar reproduclcn of the Battleships of our Navy
ht Grind Hutlcil Ballet 500 Men Winen and Children in I Ibe Cisl
Chief While thunders Band il Indians 50 Bucks Sqiiwt and Papooses J
The Celebrated Banda Rosa dSO 1 tt situ 1I1rrclol II J3S OIinlt gin oil
aGurs atnW psgnn term uca perlrmUct
TNVO SHONVS DAILY RAIN OR SIIINK
IXCUKSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS a
R RUDY
Cashier
Citizens Savings Bank I
CapitalSurplutI
SurplutI
Stock holders liability
Total security to depositors
19c 1
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Towels 1
10 to 11 ti
I t oclock
oclockonly
P IAuldant I 1
10OOOO 100000 50000 II I i
100000s
250000 IIt I
Accounts of individuals and firms solicited We appreciate
small as well as large depositors and accord to all the same
courteous treatment
treatmentInterest
Interest Pttld on Time Doposlts
Open Saturday nights from seven to eight oclock
Third and Broadwaye
LEAGUE PARK
PADUCAH VS MATTOON
JUNE 3 4DOUBLE HEADER a
General Admission 25 Cents Grand Stand 35c Box Seat 60c
em called II UO p to ship Tickets it salt II t Sslll t lllir fMrts Hi rsJ
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