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UIGK SALE PRICES
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All ladies suits go at the extreme low
pricesfas long as tltey last:
$12.00 Ladies' Suits go at
15.00 Ladies' Suits go at..-.
. 18.00 Ladies' Suits go at
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20.00 Ladies' Suits go at
25.00 Ladies' Suits go at.
35.00 Ladies' Suits go at-..
.Yours for business,
T . M . JONES
Main Street, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Hopkinsville vs. Clarksville
THURSDAY, JULY 3.
Morning Game in Clarksville, Afternoon
Special Train To Clarksville,
DON'T MISS THESE GAMES
Admission 25 Cents
TkrahM Ortrf Rnt tar
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CLARXSVILLE COilS NEXT.
HoneGfMind Game Thursday
- and Doable Hder
' Friday. '
Clubs. . ,W. L, Pet.
Paducah f 32 15 681
Hopkinsville 27 18 600
Cairo.... ;.M 26 21 553
Clarksville ........ . A?. 25 23 621
Owensboro..;.' J:; 24 23 510
Henderson .ry. 21 26 447
Hnrrisburg. ,20 26 434
Vincenhes a . 12 35 255
FOTY-OHfe YEARS AGO WE
- - MADE-1
And lo, it watA found to be gbodr-good to kity good to
- carry big loads, good value, for its cpiti
THE GAME IS ON !
....MAKE A HIT BY USING...
Reaches' American League
BASE BALLS, MITS AND GLOVES
V . We have a big line of Base Ball Goods for you to select
: from. Come and see them, now is the time.
Up-to-date Fishing Tackle.
Everything you want in Hardware,
Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers,
Window Shades, Wall Paper, Paints
Black Hardware Company
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
AND VACATION TOURS TO
ALL POPULAR PLACES
Full Information, Rates and Blanks
Will Be Furnished You Upon
J. C.jHOOE, Agt., Hopkinsville, Ky,
The Moguls after' Buffering a
double defeat from the Tadpoles
Friday, pulled themselves together
Saturday and won with great ease.
McArthur pitched in great style,
allowing the visitors only five hits
and would have secured a shutout
but for Plummer's dropping of a fly
in the ninth. Ukey, who was taken
out in the third, was hit hard, while
Neely, who replaced him, performed
in great style. The score was 9 to 1.
At Cairo Sunday the game was
very close and only one acore sae
made and that by Cairo. The Mo
guls will play there until Wednes
day and come home July 3rd for
another saiiea with Clarksvil r'.
f here will be two games on the 4 h.
Cairo 5, Hopkinsville 2.
Cairo 14, Hopkinsville 6.
Owensboro 6, Harrwburg 4. .
Vincenes 6, Henderson 1.
Paducah '11, Clarksville 6,
Hopkinsville 9, Cairo 1.
Paducah 4, Clarksville 3.
Vincennes 4, Henderson 1.
Cairo 1, Hopkinsville 0.
Paducah 6, Clarksville 2.
Henderson 2. Vincennes.l.
Harrisburg 10, Owensboro 3.
The man who .designated "Bread
the Staff of Life" was merely the
advance agent for Cate's BlueRibbon
Flour and water ground pearl meal.
Paducah, Ky., June ;30 .The di
rectors of the city hoFpftal decided
to isclate the tuberculosis, patients
by placing them in a tent, which will
be located on the hospital grounds,
and the patients will be under the
care of the nurses of the hospital.
Bob Taylor Lives,
In the two bright und beautiful
books just issued, "Lectures and
Best Literary Productions," and
"Life and Career" of Senator Rob
ert Love Taylor, handsomely illus
trated.you cannot hear againhis voice
or see the humorous curl of his Hps,
that convulsed a continent with
laughter, but, within the covers of
these volumes, are the pictures wov-
en or n?a wonarous worus, ana,
laughing through their sunny pages,
are all of the inimitable stories which
he told to the multitudes. In "Life
and Career," pens of genius have
traced his romantic life from its
morning in "Happy Valley," through
his young and rosate dreams
through stress and storm, through
cheering throngs, and on into the
waiting shadows, loved and laurel
We expect to sell millions of these
books, First edition going fast.
Cloth, $2 the Volume, $4 the Sot,
Half Morocco, $2.75 tt Volu-m.
$5 the &t, Full Morocco. $5.60 Um
VoIimm. 110 the Set. Tbe pyfe
WHit them. A harvaat forAjpota.
Liberal comlwion. Addrew,
Terry T. Martin, Cn. Mgr. of Ky,
it is till iioon linn
Still bought by good farmers, and will continue to-be for a
good while.. You have a good crop of wheat; if you haven't
a good wagon to move it, be good enough to step righMhis
way and get one Remember the Mogul.
TheBalkan War has brought about
orise-in certain lumber prices in Eu
rope because of the big demand for
wood for ammunition boxes.
Dogwood, the principle source of
shuttles for use in cotton mills, is
growing scarcer year by year, and
various substitutes are being tried,
but with no great success,
The officials of the Yosemite Na
tional Park are co-operating with the
forest officers of the Stanislaus and
Sierra national forest for fire pre
vention control in botn the park and,
Experiments with a tree planting
machine at the Utah Agricultural
Experiment Station indicate that it
may bo used to advantage in refor
esting old burned areas on the na
The leading forest schools of the
country notonly huvetheir ownforest
tracts fcr continuous experiments,
but give their students actual exper
ience in the woods by having them
take part in big lumber operations.
Never can tell when you'll mash a
finger or suiter a cut, bruise, burn
or scald. Be prepared. Thousands
rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
Your druggitt sella it. 25c ad 0c.
Plucky Peticewau '
A lone policeman, H. J. Suu-n4era,
held at.by a f reozted mob at Birm
ingham when thBUb wa trying to
lynch Bat Sear, a negro wto serious
ly wouoded two wake mm.
Don't be deeeived,Thr is oo flow
made that is better than Blue Rio
bo u Flour.
Planters Protective Association
Report of sale3 by the Planters
Protective Association of Kentucky
and Tennessee (Inc.) for the week
ending. Saturday, June 28, 1913, and
for the season to date;
Sales Places This week This season
Clarksville, 932 Hhds. 8815 Hhds.
Springfield, ' H56 Hhds. 7657 Hhda.
Paducah, 167 Hhd. 1847 Hhda.
Hopkinsville, 87 Hhd?. 819 Hhds.
Total 2042 Hhds. 19188 Hhds.
D T. FOUST,
To Prevent, Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful oh reliable DR.
rORTKR'S ANTISEPTIC HHAI.INO Oil,, a sur
eical dresriug that relieves pain anil heals at
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c. Jl JOO.
Bride Only Sixteen.
Saturday license was issued for
the marriage of Miss Alvie Wyatt
and Mr. L. E. Hunsato r Tha hrMA
is the daughter of Mr. B. H. Wyatt,
of this city. In . his note to the
County Clerk authorizing hii
is&ue the license. Mr. Wyatt
ll.nl- UV ! try '
mnntrHWif noro. Tha rnnm U
-r " a.w.i .
Farm of 50 acres, more or less,
situated near Church Hill, All im
provements. Apply to A. B. Land
er, Lafayette, Ky., or J, W. Lander,
Special Low Rates Account Of
Fourth of July
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Ticket cm sale July 2, 3 and 4, limited returning
ri July 7th. For further information caU on or pliane
JNO. C. HOOE,
f I! Agent
Care Box 6. Hopkimville, j.