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I BEE HIVE!!
All our of Finest JACKETS (none reserved) are now offered at
each. They sold from $10 to $25 and are all this season's
styles, all silk lined and of the very best all wool Kersey, Beaver
and Astrakhan cloths. Come in and look them over carefully
and take your pick of any garment in the stock at only
This offer only lasts until January 1st, and is on account of in
voicing. If you call and see the quality of Jackets at the price,
you will acknowledge them the grandest bargain of the year.
Kings of LOW PRICES'
Y. M. C. A.
The Coming State Convention Speakers of
National Reputation Will lis Here.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
Monday afternoon a motion was unani
mously adopted requesting General Sec
retary Canfleld to remain in charge of tin
local association until after the coming
State convention. Mr. Canfleld, as here
tofore stated, tendered his resignation
early in December to take effect the first
of January, and the directora afterwards
extended a call to Mr. George II. Fitch,
of Cincinnati, to succeed him, but the
latter declined to accept. The Board felt
that a Secretary of Mr. Canfield's experi
ence would be indispensable in planning
for tho Stato convention, and it is the
wish of tho friends of the association that
he will conseut to remain two months
Stato Secretary Rosevear was in Mays
villo a few hours Monday, and went from
hero to Newport. He returns to-day to
assist in completing tho canvass for sub
scriptions to this year's budget. He has
just assisted in a canvass at Winchester.
The association at that placo started out
to raise $1,200, and succeeded in securing
Tho Lexington Association officers are
jubilant over their recent successful can
vass for $0,500 desired by them to pay
current expenses lor tho year and lift a
debt of long standing. Twenty-one citi
zens of Lexington gave from $100 to $500
each. Smaller amounts given by others
brought the total to a little more than
Tho Christmas song service at the
nien'a rally Sunday afternoon was ex
ceptionally good. A mixed quartette
composed of Mrs. E. Stanley Lee, Mrs.
Jennio King and Messrs. J. Frank Ellis
and W. Elgin Smoot rendered some de
lightful music, aa also did the male trio,
composed of Messrs. Ellis, Smoot and
Dutcher, with Mrs. Leo singing tho bo
pranoobligato inplacoof Mrs.Cummings
who was unable to bo present. Mrs. Lee
also rendered a very pleasing solo.
Much credit is due Mrs. W. Randolph
Madison for tho excellent manner in
which she conducted the musical pro
gram, she being accompanist. Mr. W.
"VY. Ball was in general charge and gave a
very helpful reading, relative to tho
praise and service all owe God. Secre
tary Canfleld .mode a few pointed re
Tho annual Stato convention of the Y,
M. O. A. will be held in this city Feb
ruary 17th-20th. About 150 delegates
and workers are expected. Tho State
Committee is arranging an interesting
program, and will ha'vo a number of
speakers of national reputation. Mr.
Bierco, of Dayton, O., a largo manufac
turer and one of tho most zealous Y. M.
O. A. workers have been secured to de
liver an address.
Tobaojo Insurance. J. O. Everett.
Accident insurance Edgar H. Alexan
der,. Highest price paid for furs, by Klipp
Mr. George H. Fitch has declined to
accept the position of General Secretary
of the Y. M. O. A.
Adam Jouett, a Harrison County
farmer, shot and killed Ben Colvin, a
tenant, in a quarrel Saturday.
The little daughter of Editor A. F.
Carran, of the Dover Messenger, is re
covering from an attack of diphtheria.
Mr. A. P. Colvin favors the Bulletin
with a copy of a handsomely illustrated
industrial edition of tho Peoria (111 )
New ninety-pound steel rails are being
distributed by the O. and O. through
Charleston Bottom, and will soon take the
placo of the lighter rails now used.
Lee Huddleston, a C. and 0. brake
man, attempted to jump off a moving
passenger train near Hinton, and was
killed. One arm and both legs were cut
Ballekger's store is filled with all that
is beautiful and tasteful in jewelry, dia
monds, watches, silverware, cut glass,
bric-a-brac ; an almost endless variety of
useful and beautiful things suitable for
gifts to young and old.
Messrs. 0. H. P. Thomas & Co. favored
each of the proprietors of the Bulletin
with a Christmas present in tho shape of a
quart of ten-year-old rye whisky one of
their best brands. Here's to 'em, one and
all, and may their years bo many and
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Williams, of East
Limestone, have placed tho editor of the
Bulletin under many obligations for a
basket of spareribs and backbones, and a
can of sorghum molasses. It came as a
Christmas present, and none was appre
ciated more highly.
Mr. Delmore Daulton, the Fifth ward
grocer, made an assignment Monday
afternoon to Mr. Milton Johnson for the
benefit of bis creditors. No schedule has
been filed yet, but it is learned the lia
bilities amount to about $3,500. Mr. Daul
ton's friends regret to learn of his troubles
and hope he will soon be able to adjust
Professor B. B. Jones, formerly a Ma
son County boy, and now Business Man
ager of the Lexington Business College,
passed through our city Friday en route
for Chicago to attend the annual Federa
tion of Educational Associations of which
he is an activo member. In the absence
of Chairman Davis, of Washington, Pr&
.fesspr Jones will assist President Springer,
of Michigan, in tho work of jthe federa
tion. A Lexington exchange says Pro
fessor Jones has been selected to repre
sent the South on tho Executive Com
mitteo of three to servo at Washington,
D. 0., July next.
Tho Mason County Elects Officers.
At tho annual meeting of tho Mason
County Building and Saving Association
tho following were elected for ensuing
President J. F. Barbour.
Vice President David Hccblnccr.
Secretary M. C. Russell.
Treasurer-H. K. Hocfllcb.
Solicitor W. W. Ball.
Directors J. F. Barbour, David Hcchlnger, M.
C. Ruxsell. R. K. Hoefllcb, W. W. Ball, R.B. Lovel,
John W. Alexander, E. W Mltchel, A. M. J.
Cocbran. John I. Salisbury, C. M. Pnlstcr, J. Bar
The association will this week distrib
ute over $10,000 in dividends among its
'stockholders. Seo the splendid report
elsewhere. Tako stock.
White. Jadd & Co.
Have the largest stock of furniture in the
city and they invito a comparison of
quality and prices.
Fire Insurance. Pickett & Respess,
successors to Duley & Baldwin.
To buy the best Clothing sold
in the State at 25 per cent, less
than the regular price.
Whilst we enjoyed an im
mense trade the past week, our
stock was so large that in most
lots we have a full assortment
of sizes left. There are several
lots, however, of our choicest
Suits that sizes are badly bro
ken. If we can fit you in these
the price will be the smallest
matter in them.
On Our Finest
We refer to our finest patent
Beaver Camel's Hair and Tan
Melton Dress Overcoats, gar
ments that are worth $22.50,
$25 and $30 none like them
in the State. Until Saturday
night, January 1st, you can take
choice of them for
We have a few of our fine
SMOKING JACKETS left,
(they will make nice IJew
Year's gifts) regular price $7.50
to $J0. You can take choice
for $6.50. This is less than
manufacturer's price, but we do
not want to carry them over.
All of this week, until Satur
day night, we will give a special
discount on our $3.50, $4, $5
and $6 SHOES.
HecMnpr & Co.
During this sale no goods will
be sent out on approval nor will
any be charged; please don't
ask us to.
Laaiss , Misses aMCMlaren'sWrass
At one-third off. We are determined not to carry
any over if price will sell them. Come in if you
need anything in this line. A look will convince
you that this is your opportunity. A full line of
wool and fleece lined Underwear and Hosiery for
Men, Women and Children at greatly reduced
BROWNING & CO.
A Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year
Wishes to thank its numerous patrons for the splendid trade enjoyed this Fall
and during the Holidays. It will try to reciprocate by giving the
best values for the money ever known in Maysville.
HAYS & CO.
-NEW YORK STORED
P. S. It will pay you
want to save money.
m b. zEsnsrsoiir & oo.
Burned to a Crisp.
Manchester, O., Dec. 27. Mrs. George
Dixon, while lighting a fire, poured coal
oil on tho wood and the can exploded,
throwing burning oil all over her. Bo
fore any one could go to her assistance
her body was burned to a crisp.
Christmas plum puddings Calhoun's.
A. F. Curran has qualiflod as Polico
Judge of Dover.
Ray's Cough Syrup will cure that cough
or money refunded, at P. O. Drug Store.
John J.Perrine has qualified as Justice
of the Peace, District No. 3. R. P. Jen
. i ii ii
John M. Ciiamrers and James Mar
shall have qualified as administrators of
Hon. Soutii Trimble, Ropresontative
elect from Franklin County, and one of
tho leading candidates for Speaker of the
next Houso, has withdrawn from tho
race, leaving tho contest between Repre
sentative Beckham, from Nelson, and
Representative Mocquot, of MuOracken.
There is somo doubt at Vanceburg as
to whether tho shot fired by Marshal
Keunard killed Tilman Cooper in tho
row at that place Saturday. At tho Cor
oner's inquest a large hole was found in
Cooper's head, and tho skull was horribly
mashed in, where he had been hit with a
large beer faucet.
to call on us t7iis week if you
Vici Kid Goodyear Welt, button
and polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
worth $3.00. jt ot jt ix Jt
T. HENRY PECOR.
"T0U8AI.E A finely Improved farm of "3 acres,
JL Kt Mtllersburir, Ky. Tho residence, fronts
on Mnln street, and contains Jiluo rooms. Pretty
lawn full of lovely Mowers, evergreens and shade
trees. All kinds of fruit; two large grape urbors.
For tonus nnd other Information address MK3.
AH V SMITH. Mtllendmrg. Ky. UMf
:7I0U SALE A cheap and desirable larui oi
3 eighty acres at Bernard, Ky., ou tho L. and
N.K. It., three and one-half miles from Maysvlllo.
Partof tho Slnclar Diramtttfarra.oii thoTnylor's
Mill turnplko. Apply to P. L. MOUNTJOY, caro
Fechhelracr Bros. Co.. Cincinnati. O. 17-dl'Jt
TOU SALE A nice btUldlug lot In Sixth ward,
JL nearly opposlto street car uarn. at
Tho Mason County Building and Sav
ing Association invites attention to its
new series opening first January. Ap
plications for now loans received at same
tlmo, as there will bo considerable money
DbKalb Lodge No. 12, I. O. O. F., will
elect officers to-night.