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PUGH THE NOMINEE.
Hail Things All His Own Way at the Greenup
The Bee Hive!
20 Per ContDisconnt on Srss GooQs.
For the next week we will offer thrifty purchasers a rare chance in Dress Goods buy
ing. All of our great stock of Henriettas, Serges, Coverts, Poplins and Cheviots in black
and colors, and all novelty goods subject to a discount of 20 per cent. If you buy now it
means a clean saving of 45 per cent. Extra duty on wool, war taxes, etc., mean an ad
vance of 25 per cent, on woolen goods next fall.. Besides our Dress Goods prices are al
ways under others. This is a great opportunity for the prudent buyer. It's entirely our
loss and your gain. But we want the shelf room and no mid-summer dullness.
Some Ire Hi Bargains.
These are a few odds and ends in fancy stripes and checks. Everyone of 'em sash
widths and of best grade silk. The 89c. kind is now 59c. a yard. The 59c. kind of reg
ular 75c. value we've reduced to 30c, a yard.
1 Sit list Sale.
The past week's Shirt Waist business is proof evident that you appreciate a really good
bargain. We'll continue the sale for another week. The $2 White Pique and Lawn
Wais'-s arc now $1.59. All of our former $1.25 Waists are now 79c, and a regular 75c.
Waist reduced to 39c. But they are selling rapidly. You'd better come soon before best
are picked over. '
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE,
KINGS OF LOW PRICES.
Judge Pugh is again the nominee of
the Republicans of this district for Con
gress. He had things all his own way at the
convention in Greenup Tuesday. Dr. J.
P. Huff was Chairman and T. A. Fields,
Secretary. Pugh was nominated unani
mously. W. W. Gault, a Mason delegate, made
a short speech, asking all Republicans
to support the nominee.
A special C. and 0. train brought the
delegates home last night, reaching
Maysville about 10 o'clock.
Fire Insurance. Pickett & Respess,
successors to Duley & Baldwin.
ONCE LIVED AT WASHINGTON,
Mrs. Susan Latimer Now the Next Oldest
Resident of Delaware, Ohio.
Correspondence Commercial Tribune
Delaware, O., April 22nd.
Susan Latimer, aged ninety-seven, is
the next aged resident of this county.
Before marriage she was Susan Stith, of
Washington, Ky., and her parents came
from Virginia. It was just a half century
ago when Mrs. Latimer came to Dela
ware. She was considered one of the
most beautiful women in the State, and
yet bears the evidences that she has been
one of nature's most gifted favorites.
Her husband was a wealthy dry goods
merchant here, but died years ago.
Mrs. Latimer in religion is a Presby
terian, and walked from her home to the
services up to two years ago. Her facul
ties servo her faithfully yet, and she is
without a pain or an ache from diseaeo.
She has her third Bet of natural teeth.
They aro pearly white and perfectly
sound. Sho eats heartily and sleeps
Mrs. Latimer is the oldest woman voter
in thiB section of Ohio, having voted the
Republican ticket for Member of School
Board. Sho is quite wealthy. She has
spent a life of profit to herself, and has
been liberal with her possessions to
church and eociety. Sho is a most re
markable Christian lady.
The flag purchased by the people of
the city and county for Company B will
be presented to the boys next Sunday.
The L. and N. will run a special train
from Maysville at the low rate of $1 for
round trip and a big crowd' will go out.
The L. and N. has offered free transpor
tation for the Maysvillo band, and ar
rangements will no doubt bo mado to
take it along. Judge Newell, Judge
Wadsworth and Mayor Stallcup will
likely officiate at the presentation cere
monies. Flag Presentation.
Special train for Lexington will leave
L. and IT. depot nt 8 a. ra. Sunday, July
24th. Returning will leave Lexington nt
(I p. m. Round trip faro only $1. Tickets
good for special train only.
Paris green that kills (the kind you
want) at Chenowoth's drug store.
For strictly pure Paris green call at
Henry W. Ray's Postoffice Drugstore.
Cady & Co. have bought Mrs. Mary
Brown's grocery at Third and Leo streets.
The Northeastern Kentucky Medical
Association will hold its next meeting at
Park's Hill August 2nd and 4th, inclusive.
The Bank of Maysville has sold and
conveyed to E. O. Myall a house and lot
on west side of Sutton street, between
Front and Second, for $3,000.
En. Alexander pays $10,000 with $50
per week for street car accidents, which
costs only $25 per year. Twenty people
are hurt whore one houee burns.
Ed. Parish, who shot W. B. Crenshaw
three weeks ago, at Cynthiana, was re
leased on $500 bond for his appearance
a the November term of Criminal Court.
The Helena and Lewisburg precincts
were visited by a cloud-burst Monday
afternoon. Fences, bridges and crops
were damaged and some live stock
Cincinnati and return only $1.25 Sun
day, July 24th, via O. and O. Train will
leavo Maysville at 8:50 a. m. Returning
will leave Fourth street depot, Cincin
nati, at 7 o'clock.
Paris has been overrun with tramps
and beggars for several days, says the
News. A family who was given a pass
to a neighboring city, returned the pass,
saying they would rather walk and beg.
Monday afternoon a heavy rainstorm
swept up Eagle Creek over Brown Coun
ty, the downpour lasting fully an hour.
The creek was wild and numerous side
bridges were washed away. Among the
flotsam and jetsam washed into the Ohio
were parts of a residence.
Mr. Burns Trioo, of the Mt. Olivet
'bus, was driving west on Second Btreet
Tuesday afternoon when his horses shied
at an electric car in front of Nelson's hat
store. The sudden turn or pull caused
Mr. Trigg to lose his balance, and ho fell
to the ground, breaking one of his arms.
Mr. Tom Anderson is driving for him,
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- Aro Unexcelled. Delivered to all parts ol tho City.
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Hnvinvr decided to close out the Bicycle Department of our busi
ness wo oflt'or our entire stock at actual factory prices. Here Is your
cuanco to jjet a bargain lirst come get's tbo clioice. Among our
stock can be found tbo following high grade wheels :
1 MONARCH Model, 48, 1 NORWOOD Model, IS,
1 HARTFORD, 1 EUMORE,
1 DEFIANCE, Ladies'. 1 ADM Hi AX, Misses'.
SON & McATEE,
Dealers In Buggies and Farm Implements.
We will continue to sell $10,
$12 and $15 Suits for $7.65
during this entire month. There
are two reasons for this. One
is that we find we have many
more good Suits to put in this
sale than we thought we had.
The other reason is that our
many country patrons are in
the midst of the heaviest work
of the year and did not yet have
an opportunity to avail them
selves of these splendid bar
gains, hence the sale continues
during the month.
of buying for $7.65 a Suit of
Clothes that would cost you
from $12 to $15 elsewhere, and
at these prices you would not
pay too much for them. They
are worth it. Respectfully,
iiipr & Co.
St the New York Store of Hays & Co
A bin cut has been made on every article in the house.
Lai-e Curtains 42e., v6rth Ooc.
Ladies' nice Coreets 24c., worth 3"c.
Marseilles Quilts Two., worth SI.
Ladies' extia wide Linen Skirts 49c, worth Too.
Linen Crash for skirts 7Ac, worth 10c.
Extra heavy Tow Linen'lOc, worth 15c.
New Blue Organdie Lawns (latest pattern) 10c , worth 20c.
Pink Lawn fie., wortli 10c.
Ladies' Vests 4c, wortli 7c.
Ladies' splendid Vests (bleached) 2."c. value, our price 10a.
Steel rod Umbrellas 4i)c, worth 75c.
Nice Umbiellas .'57c, worth 50c.
Boys' Tan Shos (leather) 51, worth $1.50, sizes 2.1 to 51.
Men's heavy Shoes, lace and congress, 95c, worth $1.25.
Men's nice Shoep, all kinds of toe, 95c, worth 51.25.
Ladies' Oxfords 49c, all sizes.
Nice Table Linen 19c, worth 30c.
Wool Dress Goods very cheap. All wool Serges, any color, 24c,
worth ."3c. Henriettas and "Novelties very cheap.
Children's White Duck Caps 15c , worth 25c
HAYS & CO.
Mew York Store.
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d Goodyear Welt, button
polish, new style lasts, $2.50,
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KuiisrsoiiiT ss co.
Y. 31. C. A.
Ever Heady to Aid in the Uplifting of Our
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion must not be forgotten in the current
stress of events which engage our people.
This splendid institution is tho pride and
glory of every man and boy, of mother
and sister. When it comes to practical
religion behold how quickly it grasped
the opportunity of saving men's souls,
for war was no sooner declared than Y.
M. C. A. tents were in tho midst of tho
camps dispensing that practical religion
and giving that aid which is a fulfilling of
the Christ's mission of doing.
Last Sunday in the parlors of the local
organization a most delightful service was
held. Mr. Dimmitt O. Hutchins gavo a
fine talk which is best calculated to assist
young men to a better life. The side
features music, singing and refresh
mentswere to revivify tho mind and
raise tho whoto to a soul appreciation de
lightful to oxpe'rienco. Misa Blattorman
and Miss Rogers, on piano and violin,
gave a duet Bimply divine in melody.
Tho Bulging and entire service was short
and inspiring, such as aro best, wisest
and good. Come out Sunday and enjoy
a brief season of real joy.
A. II. Lajiji, Secretary.
Wm. P. Smoot met with a very painful
accident to his right hand while thresh
ing. Insured by Ed. Alexander,
"f T7"ANTED Two lady canvassers to canvass
VV this city and Aberdeen. AppIyatSINGER
onice. T. P. Bradley. Supervisor. 'It
ANTED Small Ice chest.
Apply at this
ANTED A girl to do general housework.
Apply at 8.TJ East secoua street. Ho-att
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Nlcely furnished; cheap, on easy terms. Address
PROPRIETOR CALDWELL HOl'SE, Hlplcy, O.. or
M. E. McKELLlT. Maysville. Ky. ll5ld
"T7A0U SALE OK KENT My large brick dwelling
I hnnsn mi West Second street. contalnlui! ten
Apply to Mr. eh.
rooms, threo nans ana awe.
Myall. Maysvillo Carrlngo
LOST Saturday, between olllco of Colllus &
Uudy Company and H. C. Sharp's residence,
pnekago of black velvet rlbbou and gilt netting,
1'leaso return to olUce of Collins & Rudy Co. .It
7" OST A round gold bracelet between Krout
J and Fifth Punday night. Return to this of.
tlco and receive a reward. 15-:itd
T7IOUND A purse containing n small sum ot
money. Call at this oillce. l(V3td
Parties having claims against tho estate ot Holt
Richesou, deceased, will present thorn to tho tin
dorsigued verified by altUlavlt that they may bo
audited for payment, and partlcn owing said es
tate will call cm tho undersigned or E. L. RIche
sou and miiko payment.
W, V. HALL, Executor.
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Collections solicited prompt atten
tionreference : Bank of Maysville.
J. M. Collins, 05 West Third at.
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