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MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAYS APRIL 18, 1906.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Swere he wouldn't
Tried his lyitcm"
Fer a year.
Uarned a hundred
Then the merchant
Get 10 mad v
Tut the hundred
In an "ad."
Ad brought e much
That the merchant
Had te grin.
Slnce then dally
Loud he crlei
"Gee, It payi te
SIX PAGES TODAY
Tbe flour that pleases ia "Alpha."
The L. and N. paycar cams in Iaat night.
jgjtrFreeb, Fish dally at Restaurant Royal.
tTCall and let me show what a handsome
Diamond Ring, Stud or Pendant I can sell yen
for little money. Prices are guaranteed lower
?han'yeu buy for anywhere.
P. J. MuRniT, the Jeweler.
Corener Geerge W. Orr yesterday received a
circular from Sbarpsburg, Pa., efTering $100 re
ward for the recovery of the body of Cilia W.
Crew, who was drowned at Pittsburgh last
Thursday. lie was Physical Director of the
Sbarpsburg and Etna Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. Elizabeth Redman Shawan died at Cynthi-
ana, aged 80.
With Robinson's big circus and a Street Car
nival coming in the month May the old town
will be full of life and gaiety for awoekatleast,
FILED WRONG SUIT1
Geed One On a Namoless Momber of
the Masen Bar
The Ledger for news;
At least Mr. and Mrs. Judiah Hughes are pro pre
pared te swear te it.
Yesterday's paper recited the fact that Mrs.
Abbie Hughes had filed suit for diverce from
her hubby, Judiah.
It was such a thrilling bit of Information te
Judiah that he hurried home and told Abbie
And then Abbie said it was a no-such-a-thing.
It appears that Mr. Hughes is "one of the
boys" who, when he gees out for a geed time,
is likely te have a private sale of the house
And for fear he might de se some mere, Mrs.
Hughes empleyed a lawyer te sue out a restrain
ing order te prevent it.
Instead, however, the lawyer filed a petition
When this was discovered Mrs. Hughes went
scurrying after Sheriff Mackey te prevent ser
vice of the papers,
And the kind-hearted High Sheriff sent the
little woman away happy.assuredthatshe could
keep both her husband and the ether furniture.
The Approach of Warm Weather Will Make These
Appreciated; the prices will make them
36 in. White Irish Linen, 30c Value . . 22Ac
36 in. White Irish Linen, 45c Value . . 29c
36 in. White Irish Linen, 50c Valut . . 32c
The demand for these goods for shirtwaist
suits is unprecedented.
We Have Alse Three Lets of White Persian
Lawn Which We Offer at 12c. 15c, 19c Yd.
Yeu must see them. Only in a bona fide
closing-out sale can such values be offered.
J. M. NESBITT, Executer
Geed old summer time is a little slew in mak
ing its appearance, but it will get here after
while, end thank the Lord for it.
At Limoville Themas McNeal, aged 20, shot
and instantly killed his wife, Ella, aged 18,
shot at but missed his mother-in-law, and then
went te the weeds and unfortunately only slightly
While traveling in California Mr. and Mrs.
Rebert N. Fryer met a former "Man from Mays--ville,"
Colonel J. Mat. Leng. Mat. says getting
Tich'in California beats selling sez and Berving
in the Maysville City Council all hollow.
The Hen. Jeseph C. Lyklns, a leading lawyer
of Wolfe county and Special Deputy Great
Sachem of Kentucky Redmen, was in the city
yesterday en reute for a visit te the Tribe at
Sard Is. Mr. Lykina ia a royal gentleman, an
old Confederate soldier and ene of Campion's
Mary Louise Bryant, formerly of Bourbon
county, who has run the route of sin, Monday
set fire te her clothing in her cell in the City
Jail at Denver, Cel. The. Jailer was attracted
by the cries of ether female prisoners, and
rushing te her cell succeeded in extinguishing
the flames before she was seriously burned.
In the Circuit Court at Frankfort Monday
Judge Stout sustained a demurrer te the petition
in the injunction sued out by Captain Herace J.
Cochran of this city against Governer Beckham
te cempei him te certify claims of the Tayler
militia en duty nt the Statehouse, holding the
State Buildings, pending the Tayler-Goebel
contest. An appeal te tbe Court of Appeals
was prayed. .
Mr. Archie Lewis of the West End, the right
hand man of Mr. Hal C. Curran at the Standard
Oil plant, has been ill some days with the grip.
It is net nn every day occurrence, but it is
said Mr. Jehn Coughlin, the dairyman, is doing
the best he can in freeing himself from a well
defined case of mumps.
Tbe Federal Court at Covington has been well
represented by members of the Masen Bar this
week, and it's a sure shot they sized up with
the best of the legal lights in attendance.
Peeple Who Use the Railway Cross Cress
ties When They Sneeze
iESTTheU. 8. P Saraaparillafer your bleed.
50c. Sallle Weed's Drugstore.
Dr. E. H. Rutherford Sunday celebrated the
twenty-fifth anniversary of his Pastorate of the
Second Presbyterian Church at Paris.
In the wreck of fast mall train Ne.7 en the
L. and N. near Verena, twenty-six miles from
Covington, Venday afternoon, Jehn Grady, En
gineer, of Louisville, was killed and Fireman
H. E. Dunawayef Covington and Express Mes-
songer Douglas W. Ort of Bellevue, formerly
of this city, were injured. The mishap was
cauBed by the spreading of the rails, the engine,
mail, baggage and express cars leaving the track,
the former plunging down a twenty-feet em
bankment. Mr. Ort was severely injured by
heavy boxes and ether articles of merchandise
falling upon him in his car, but his Injuries are
net considered dangerous.
New Is the time te take Helllster's Recky
Mountain Tea. It cleans your system et all Im
purities. A wonderful spring tonle. A family
benefactor. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. J. Jas.
Weed A Sen.
.""Ray's Ready Mixed Paint is guaranteed
the best and cheapest en the market.
Mr. C. S. Calvert sustained a very severe in
jury at his home near Mt. Gilead a few days
age. He was engaged in putting a telephone
in his residence, and was stretching the wire,
when it suddenly breke, striking him in theface.
The sight of one eye was destroyed and the
ethor was seriously injured.
The Supreme Court of the United States re
cently decided the mountain land suit, embracing
ever 12,000 acres, in favor of G. W. Bramblett
of Nicholas county. These contentions have
gene through all the state and United States
Courts during the last seventeen years. Mr.
Bramblett has been successful nt every trial,
and gets judgment for all his costs expended.
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Drygoeds, Furniture, Jew-
and Crockery from the stores
that give Glebe Stamps.
GLOBE STAMP CO.
Yeu cenld probably gave a dollar tomorrow by going without your
meals, but it wouldn't be economy.
Tbe water you use will net cost you a cent If you will only re down te
the river and carry it beme.
Yeu can, inebbe, get some kind of artificial light for less money than
Electric Light or das.
Yard slack is cheaper per bushel than clean lump coal, and seme people
may?) be able te figure that they oeuld use cither cheaper than they cnuld
Cook, with Qas, I. e.. cost of coal alone against amount of Gas bill.
But, really, why deprive yourself and household of these valuable mod
ern conveniences when they arc right at your deer, In fact, in your house and
ready te use at a moderate and reasonable price? Drep In at our office, 811
Court street, or call us up, 'Pheno 100, and let our representative call en you
and explain our Interesting preposition.
We will insist upon the service rendered you being satisfactory.
MAYSVILLE GAS COMPANY,
Patten's Sun-proof PAINT.
It is a ready-mixed, strictly Pure Paint, covers 330 feet of
surface two coats te the gallon. A Five-Year Written Guaran
tee gees with each gallon. Send for color card.
H. H. COLLINS g5B85&
P. HESOHINGBR &, OO.
We have enjoyed in the past two weeks is net only convincing te us, but also te quite a let of people who were kept
patiently waiting te be fitted out, that our continued efforts te buy merchandise that is distinctive in character from the
ordinary are richly rewarded. We are daily receiving fresh invoices of the newest things offered in Spring Suits, Tep
Coats and Cravenettes. Yeu that are particular as te your wearing apparel de yourselves injustice if you de net leek
at our goods when ready te buy your spring outfit. Our Shee, Hat, Shirt and Neckwear Departments are in full
keeping with our Clothing.
Mra. Sae Elizabeth Jaynes, well known In
thia cennty, died Sunday at her home at Millers
burg, aged 54.
THEY HAVE COME! FOR SALE!
Onion Sets, Seed Oats, Sorghum Seed, White
Lime and Seed Potatoes. M. C. Russell Ce.
Baris Baptists are te erer.t a handsome new
Mrs. E. S. Edgington.lateef this city, ia new
residing at Lexington.
Charles Holliday, one of the most prominent
Ledgo men of Faducab, is dead. .
J&"Uisa Davis's Silver Seap at Miss Amelia
Weed's room, Court street.
Mrs. Margaret Schwartz was in Lexington a
day or se age te attend a meeting of the Beard
J-if Slop for sale at Limestene Distillery 01
and after March 22d.
Miss Lena B, Fristoe, daughter of Mr. S. P.
Fristoe, formerly of this county, was married
of Trustees of the Oddfellews Widows and Or- at Covington a few days age te Mr. Everett
pbans Heme. Walsh of Hamilton, 0.
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In Fleer Coverings!
We've a glorious past te eclipse and present leadership te maintain this stock will de both. It's tee
large for detail, these items are merely hints, don't be content te read see and be convinced.
MATTINGSi An ideal fleer covering. Closely woven and easily kept clean. Many attractive designs in
carpet patterns. 15c te 50c Yard.
LINOLEUMSi Tile and carpet designs. Bright colors easily cleaned. Twe and four yards wide.
50c, 75c Yard.
HEARTH RUGS Very attractive in Oriental, floral and conventional patterns. Velvet, Mbquette and
high-grade Smyrna. $1.25 te $6j4.
GARPETSi All grades between wool mixed Ingrains at 25c Yard te Wilten Velvets at lz. . Designs,
even in lower grade Carpets, were selected with exacting care. If you want the newest patterns and best
quality for price you'll find it here.
ID. HEXJISTT &, S03ST.
Mr?. Ezekiel Lawrence, aged 22, died of con-! ffaCartmell extracts teeth without pain,
sumptien Sunday at Paris and her remains were ' Mrg Q j ThemM formerly Miss Elizabeth
""erred yesterday at hiizavme. Ha of thia city( was the heste8s at an eiegant
Mr. Jeseph F. Martin, se long connected with
the furniture businesa in thia city, is taking a
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Down at Bellevue, Elmore Stevens, aged 18, card party at her home at Atlanta, Ga., re- President Roosevelt Monday sent te the Sen-
was fined $1UU and soniencee 10 nuy aays in , cemiy k'b" uuuut ui iaca. miuet mticueii me tuu uuuuutaiiuu ui u. u. munuu us resi-
Jail for trylngte beard mevingC.and 0. trains, of Winchester.
; master at Flemingsburg.
gr-Ne w Sam pie Piane. $ 199.99 at Gerbi ich's.
The cabin in which Lincoln wa? born will be
taken te Louisville te be exhibited te the Heme
Coming guests in June before being taken te
Larue county te be placed in the propeied
The reckless manner in which peeple disport
themselres in using the ends of ties en the road
beds of railroads as settees while they drink in
the perspective viowef the beautiful Iandscape,
or as was the case of a colored man yesterday
morning who had selected a nice soft spot at
the feet of Sutten streetand laid himself down
te rest his weary frame and enjoy a Biesta.
He was utilizing the tie for a pillow, seem
ingly careless and uncencerned, notwithstand
ing his head was net mera than three inches
from the rail.
If perchance he had in any manner been in
jured, it is reasonably certain that the first
thought of his friends would have been framing
up a suit against the C. and 0. for damages.
racked in airtight glass jars. These nre extra line and keep nicely
daring the summer months.
We offer yen a pitted Queen Olive stuffed with Jerdan almonds. This
is a novelty and the nicest olive you ever tasted.
ruMrttmm Mm. 43. G. IV. GEfSEL, bwemije aprjtM-HtF.
Our store is crowded from morning until night.
THE RIGHT STYLES ARE HERE.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS.
THE LOWEST PRICES.
ANOTHER LOT OF NEW GINGHAMS.
LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR 5c up
te 50c. Extra geed values at iec, 15c and 25c. New
is the time te buy.
Half the geed leeks of a dress is in the Corset.
R. & G.,
W. B. and
Thompson's Gleve Fitting.
We Are Sure Of It
When it comes te
We have sold mere fleer coverings in the last
three weeks than all the ether stores will sell the entire
season. We absolutely guarantee that no store in the
county can undersell us in Carpets with EQUAL
QUALITY. Yeu generally find us cheaper,
We Give Glebe Stamps.
A few pieces of all-wool Lewell Carpets, one
One-half wool Lewell 49c.
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