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It's Net Se Much What Yeu Savt
But Hew Yeu Save It, That Counts 1
HAIL Y PUBLIO ZBDQBB-UM.
MAYSVILLE, KF., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
SIX PAGES TODAY
rFresh Fish dally at Restanrant Royal.
Pastures and wheat are makingrapid progress.
The popcorn and peanut magoate has moved
from Cynthlana te this city.
Pearl Blythe has completely transformed his
recent purchase in West Second street.
Mr. Emery Evans left for Millereburg yester
day, where his father's sale comes off tomorrow.
Tobacco in the county has about all been sold,
and farmers nre getting ready te put out an
other large acroage.
The Brick Street Committee met last after
noon and elected Themas M. Russell Chairman
and Dr. J. Allen Dodsen Secretary.
The venerable Jehn Reads, one of the highly
esteemed citizens of the county, is reported quite
feeble at his home West of Washington. He is
82 years of age.
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Jenes will take
place from the house en the Fleming pike to
morrow aftornoen at 2 o'clock. Interment in
Edward Hall has succeeded Arch Paul as En
gineer en the ferry Laurance, the latter having
resigned te accept a position in the engine rooms
of the Great Western Marble Works at Cincin
nati. Jacob Mitchell, colored, confessed murderer
of Engineer Themas Fleming, who was arrested
at Manchester, was arraigned yesterday in Cov
ington, waived examination, and was remanded
te Jail te await action of the Grand Jury.
BCall and let me show what a handsome
Diamond Ring, Stud or Pendant I can sell you
for little money. Prices are guaranteed lower
3han yen buy for anywhere.
P. J. MtmniY, the Jeweler.
Mr. William Dunn was at Newport this week.
Mrs. W. R. Gill will return from Mlllersburg
Mrs. Clarence L. Weed is visiting friends in
Mr. Charles Melen of Newport is In the city
MIssSallieFerman has been visiting at Wash
ington this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rebert N. Fryer are at the Al Al
tament, Fert Themas.
Mr. Lee Hawes has returned from a visit te
friends at Germantown.
Messra. Jehn T. Parker and James Estill of
Mt. Csrmel were in the city yesterday.
Mr. C. 0. McDeugle Is home from Catlotta Catletta
burg en a few days visit te his parents.
Mrs. R. H. Ellisen of Manchester has been
visiting Misses Phoebe and Lily Waller this week.
Miss Phoebe Marshall has been visiting Mrs.
Jane T. Marshall in Fleming county this woek.
Mrs. Mary Wilsen of East Third street has
returned from a visit of several days in the
Mrs. Jehn Breeze and niece, Miss Aura Opal
Baugb, of the county, were in town Thursday
Miss Flera Nell returned te her home at Rip
ley Wednesday after a pleasant visit with ML' a
Mrs. Rebert T.Beuldin, who has been spend
ing several weeks with her parents in Missouri,
is expected te arrive at her home en Tuckahee
The Approach of Warm Wealher Will Make These
Mrs. Ree Carr was in Cincinnati yesterday en
Miss Annie Burten Sallee is spendlng a few
days In Covington.
Miss Resa Carr arrived home yesterday, after
spending the winter at Ashland.
Mrs. W. R. Gill has returned te the city after
spending a week with friends in Carlisle.
Miss Pattie Carr has returned te her studies
at Lexington after spending Easter with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carr of Limestone
sBCartmell extracts teeth without pain.
0TheU. 8. P. Sarsaparilla for your bleed.
50c. Sallle Weed's Drugstore.
Mr. Andrew M. January, after an absence of
two weeks en account of mumps, is again at
Since the first of January County Clerk C. L.
Weed has Issued 36 marriage licenses.goed, bad
Within reach of all "Alpha" Fleur.
jRay's Ready Mixed Paint is guaranteed
the best and cheapest en the market.
At Mt. Sterling, the Grand Jury returned in
dictments against Read Supervisor W. W. Eu
banks for usurpation in office; Magistrates Pry,
Schultz, Dean and Henry formalfeasance; Jailer
Langsten for neglect of official duties; Matt
Oldham for grand larceny; W. M. Wiley three
counts for embezzlement. All parties are prominent.
Sueccis has crowned our efforts of untiring en
deavor and we present te the public with a confi
dence never before held by any ether medicine
Helllstcr's Recky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. J. Jas. Weed A. Sen.
Drycoeds. Furniture. Jew-
land Ureckery from the stores
that give Glebe Stamps.
GLOBE STAMP CO.
Yeu could probably nave a dollar tomorrow by going without year
meals, but It wouldn't be economy.
The water you use will net cost you a cent If jeu will only go down te
the river and carry It home.
Yeu can, mebbe, get some kind or artificial light for less money than
Electric Light or Gas.
Yard slack 1b cheaper per bushel than clean lump coal, and Bome people
nai(?) be able te figure that they could use cither cheaper than they could
Cook wtth Gas, i. c. cost or coal alene against amount or Gas bill.
But, really, why deprive yourself and household of these valuable mod
ern conveniences when they are right at your deer, In fact, in your bouee and
ready te use at a moderate and reasonable price? Drep In at our efllce, Sll
Court street, or call us up, 'Pheno 100, and let our representative call en yen
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.
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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 wun our looming.
homkItebr D.HECHINGER &, CO. $
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The annual meeting of the Kentucky Fede
ration of Women's Clnba will be held at Mt.
Sterling June 20th, 21st and 22d.
THEY HAVE COME! FOR SALEI
Onion Sets, Seed Oats, Sorghum Seed, White
Lime and Seed Potatoes. M. C. Russell Ce.
,!rCern Slop for sale at Poyntz Distillery.
The Rev. Dr. G. W. Yeung, Assistant General
Superintendent of the American Anti-Saleen
League, will become active Superintendent of
the American Anti-Saleen League in Kentucky
en June 1st.
"Miss Davis's Silver Seap at Miss Amelia
Weed's room, Court street.
Congressman Bennett has introduced a bill
for the relief of Rebert Barnett, and also bills
granting Increaes of pension te William Ingram
and Jehn Ingram
Slop for sale at Limestone Distillery en
and after March 22d.
The Maysville District Conference of the M.
E. Church, Seuth, presided ever by the Rev.
Jehn R. Dearing, will be held at Vanceburg
June 13th te 15th.
Appreciated; the prices will make them
36 in. White Irish Linen, 30c Value . . 22c
36 in. White Irish Linen, 45c Value . . 29c
36 in. White Irish Linen, 50c Value . . 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
Mr. Alfred Stiles, formerly of this city, is
prospering in the carpenter business in Cincin
nati. - Mr. C. D. Russell has commenced improving
the Orr hemestead recently bought by him from
Mrs. S. N. Meyer.
Mr. Ilurst and family of West Fourth street
bave moved te Cincinnati and will make that
city their future home.
The Oklahoma Scheel gave a delightful enter
tainment last afternoon. Many songs were
sung and pieces recited by the children. Mrs.
Jehn Heinz and Miss Sephia Peth rendered the
That the old town is getting a move en itself
in the way of improvements no one will doubt.
Following the announcement of the brick street
improvement comes a gentleman by the name
of Kirk, who has plowed up the vacant let at
the Soutbwest corner of Second and Lexington
streets preparatory te raising a crop of tobacco
en it this season.
The Weman's Heme Missionary Beard of the
Northern Presbyterian Church has arranged an
itinerary in this state for Miss Hays, who was
a teacher in Mexico, also in Alaska. She will
address the Missionary Society of the First
Presbyterian Church next Sabbath, the 22d.
Miss Hays is said te be interesting and enthus'
astic. A cordial invitation is extended te the
various Missionary Societies of the city. If
you are a Missionary worker, you will enjoy this
service; if you are net, you reaycatch the spirit
at this meeting.
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The much-wanted, hard-te-get, widely-advertised suede lisle gloves, elbow length, in black,
white and two shades of gray. Something entirely new, and scarce as the proverbial hen's teeth. Lisle
gloves with a suede kid finish. Coeler than kid for summer wear, cost half as much, are as easily
washed as a handkerchief and will outwear two pairs of silk gloves. ilz pair.
THE LATEST IN WRIST BAGS.
Women will vote them charming these newest arrivals in the indispensable hand bags. An
immense assortment in the popular blacks and tans, also gray, green, blue, white. 50c te $yj4 . The
newest conceits are pouch bags of soft leather, laced at the top with a self-colored silk cord and tassel.
Feather fringe or scallops and neat strap handles finish these capacious, convenient and unique hand
bags. $1 te $24 .
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Mr. Mark Payne, aged 25, of Nicholas county,
and Miss Pearl DaughArty,agedl9,ef Ripley, 0.,
were married yesterday in the County Clerk's
ofQce.Judge O.D.Newell performing the marri marri
Rev. W. T. Spears, late of Washington, is te
preach Sunday at the Presbyterian Church at
Governer Reckbam haa appointed Senater M.
L. Harbeson of Covington as Circuit Judge of
the second circuit in Kenten county.
C. R. McVey has been appointed Postmaster
at Davidsen, Nicholas county.
Mr. W. D. Ray has been quite sick at his home
near Helena for soveral days.
The dates of the Vanceburg Fair this year
are August 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th.
Jehn W. Vegel'sBig Minstrels will be the at
traction at the Washington Theater Wednesday,
QNew Sample Piane, S199 99 at Gerbt ich'g.
The Charleston (W. Va.) News says the Fre
mont Stock Company is decidedly the best rep-
W. B. Pollitt recently organized Tollesboro ertelre cemnanv that has been seen in that riir
Council Ne. 128, Jr. 0. U. A. M at Tollesboro, j this season. It's coming this way for a weeV's
with 23 charter members. engagement.
The Misses Jehnsen entertained Thursday
from 5 te C with an informal Tea,tbus enabling
their guest, Mrs. Hawthorne Hill of New Yerk,
te meet a few of her old friends. The rooms
were fragrant and beautiful with Easter lillies
and softly lighted with candles. The hostesses
were assisted bv the Misses Waller and Mes-
rdames Phister and Cheneweth. Mrs. Clarke
Rogers and Miss Campbell presided at tha tea
table, which was exquisitely decorated with
nasturtiena and yellow shaded candles.
Miss Campbell entertained with a dinner Wed
nesday evening, given in honor of Mrs. Haw
thorne Hill, the guest of the Misses Jehnsen.
Cevers were laid for six.
FANCY STRAWBERRIES ffiEBE 20c te 25c
New Potatoes, Faney Tomatoes', Cucumbers, String
Dcana, Beets, Hhubarb and Aaparacus. : t : :
Marshmallow Dainties, Fig Newtons and Cocoa Cocea
nut Dainties are the nicest things yen can serve
with cream, fresh and canned fruits.
GOOD FOR THE MOTHER.
GOOD FOR THE CHILDREN.
The only hose made with a linen knee. Try
them and STOP YOUR DARNING.
25c P AI R. Sizes 5 te 9
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