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Is your wife happy?
business. May be she is cleaning house, and to think that
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prise. Tell her to go down to THE BEE HIVE and select one of those new Carpets, X
just arrived. Then when you have finished your day's work think of that charming X
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think of that before? And if
Window Shades as low as
but the one we have in mind
Our price is 39c. Ten styles
Silkolene Curtain at JOc. per
morning in such a room is as
Poles, 30c ; Window Shades,
think your wife is asking too
All styles 39c, 45c, 69c,
the go. Better see our line
ror iron or brass beds, at $1.49, worth $2. You can have
4$ broidery or lace. That's the reason we carry such a large
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4 For men and boys. Madras box plait fronts, Men's 59c; Boys' 50c Some people $
would sell them for $J. We think they are worth 75c. $
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KINGS OF LOW PRICES
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A YoutiR Negro Died. This Morning From
Wound Received Sunday Evening.
Will Conway, a young negro man,
died at tne County Infirmary about 4
o'clock this morning from a pistol shot
wound received Sunday evening.
Conway's homo was at Minerva. He
and his best girl bad bad a quarrel and
wbilo out walking' Sunday evening near
Minerva, Conway claimed he accident
ally shot himself. The girl was a few
feet in front of bim at the time and did
not see the shooting. Some of his
friends think the shot was fired inten
tionally. The ball penetrated the stom
ach. Conway was brought in to the infirmary
Monday afternoon by Superintendent
Ice cream soda at Chenoweth's.
The Lexington Herald is authority for
the statement that Mr. Will Browning, a
native of Mason County, is numbered
among the fortunate ones in the Texas
oil fields. Five years ago he purchased
ten acres of land near Beaumont for $250.
Some days ago he disposed of the land
Mr. Reuben Tollo and sister, Annie,
of Mayslick, are visiting their uncle, Mr.
M, B. Tolle.
Mr. F. H. Clark attended the funeral
of his cousin the late Francis T. Hord of
Misses Sue and Man it IVchesn
are visiting their sister, Mrs. Sutherland,
of Winchester. '
-Mr. W. H. Ball, of Ball, Mitchel &
Co., left Monday for Yates Center, Kan
sas, on business'.
Rev. Father Ryan, of Winchester,
was the guest yesterday of Rev. Father
Jones, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Housh.jof
Indianapolis, are visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Housh, of Forest avenue.
Mrs. M. A. Jefferson, of Mayslick,
spent ten days recently with her niece,
Mrs. J. D. Riley, at Clark's Station.
Mrs. M. A. Jefferson and Mrs. J. D.
Riley spent Thursday in Carlisle with
their relative, Mrs. Mary Mcllvain Peed.
Mr. Georgo Tudor, of New York City,
arrived yesterday on a visit to his father,
Capt. Geo. Tudor, and is busy shaking
hands with his many friends, after an
absence of fifteen years.
Mr. Charlie F. Crawford and wife, of
Lexington, and Mr. W. S. Crawford, of
Manchester, O., have returned to their
homes after a vIbU to their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Goo. Crawford.
Mr. G. H. Turnipsoed, Mr. W. II.
Hicks, of this city, Mr. Dick Roo, of Or
angeburg, and Prof. Ohas. Turnipseed
will leave in a few days for a fishing and
hunting trip to Kinniconnick.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
ROYAl OAKINO POWDER
THE BEE HIVE
No! We will tell you how to
you really want to make love
JO cents good enoueh to keep
is the lace insertion with fringe edge that all stores ask 65c.
of Curtain Poles to select from, JOc. to 50c, and a nice
yard, and now the room's complete. Waking up in the
good as a dream. Carpet, twenty-four yards, $6 ; Curtain
20o; Silkolene Curtains,. $ J. Total, $7.50. Now do you
CHILDREN'S SAILOR HATS
98c A new line of Percales at
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Berries and spring vegetables, Cal
houn's. The will of Amanda Small was ad
mitted to record.
There was one addition Sunday to the
The O. and O. pay train, will be along
to-day on its monthly trip.
Take stock in the fourteenth series of
the People's Building Association.
Egg phosphate and all the popular soda
water drinks at Ray's soda iountain.
The public schools at Lexington will
this year graduate about sixty pupils.
Mrs. Andrew Hunter, of Forest avenue,
is convalescent after a critical illness.
The C. and O 's earnings the second
week of May show an increase of $53,-
Tobacco plant-beds in many portions
of Bourbon County have been almost en
tirely ruined by cutworms.
Thomas B. Paynter, of Frankfort, and
Harry Best are members of a large cIubs
to be graduated this year by Centre Col
lege. The beautiful onyx table in Ballan
ger's window reduced to $7 to-day. It's
a bargain at that. Don't let some one
get in ahead of you.
O. H. P. Thomas & Co., Nos. 120 to
124 Market street, Maysville, Ky., sell
Old Time Bourbon and Maysville Club
Rye, direct from the distillery, by the
quart, gallon or barrel; the finest in the
State; guaranteed pure and as repre
sented as to nge.
The H. E. Poguk Distillery Co.
A special Sunday school service or
rally will be held at the Christian Church
next Sunday morning. Beginning at 9:30
o'clock, an hour will be spent in singing
and a study of the lesson and this will be
followed, by a sermon by the minister,
Howard T. Cree. This service will take
the place of the usual morning service.
The Bchool will have charge of the song
service. All former members of the
school and nil members of the church
are urged to attend.
Fought for His Life.
"My. father and Bister both died of
consumption," writeB J. T. Weathonvax,
of Wyandotte, Mich., "and I was saved
from the same frightful fate only by Dr.
King's New Discovery. An attack of
pneumonia left an obstinate cough and
very sovere lung trouble, which an ex
cellent doctor could not help, but a few
months' use of this wonderful medicine
made mo as well as over and I gained
much in weight." ' Infallible for coughs,
colds and all throat and lung trouble.
Guaranteed bottles 50c. and $1 at J. Jas.
Wood & Son's drug store.
CO., HtW YOHK.
make her so. That's our
old worn out carpet has to
urtL o mc. wily aian I you J
we can. furnish you with.
your neighbors' eves out.
J2ic Broad stripes are all
a spring dress without em-
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Accomtnoilntlonn For tl-c Snltllvr
Horn nt the Pnn-Ainerleuii nionl
tlon. Many military organizations Intend
to visit the Pun-American Exposition
during the summer. Arrangements
have been made to provide first class
accommodations for them.
The Exposition will mnlntnln a per
manent camp within the grounds for
the accommodation of about 200 men
at one time.
This camp will be pupplled with
tents floored, cots, buckets, basins, pint
cups, light, water and sinks, for the
use of which no charge will bo made.
It will be necessary for visiting organ
izations to furnish their own blankets
There will be no accommodation for
cooking In this camp, but the visitors
will no doubt be able to make satisfac
tory arrangements with restaurants on
the grounds at reasonable rates.
It is expected that organizations tak
ing advantage of these camp privileges
will, nt such time ns may be agreed
upon beforehand, give military exhibi
tions without charge in the Stadium.
Bauds In uniform .will be admitted to
the grounds free. Organizations using
this camp will pay one general admis
sion per man when they enter the
grounds nnd must bo governed by the
rules nnd regulations laid down by the
On account of the largo number of
organizations now applying for camp
facilities at the Exposition the use of
this camp will be limited to a period
not exceeding six days for any one or
ganization. Largo bodies of troops visiting the
Exposition must be quartered outside
the grounds, where a large camp for
this purpose has been established.
Major Charles J. Wolf Is In charge of
the Military Bureau, and he Is kept
very busy these days furnishing lufor
mntlon to organizations lutendlng to
visit tlie Exposition.
The Greyhound had her trial trip
Virginia, Urania and Indiana up to
night. Down, the Courier.
The White Collar Line packet, Bonan
za, was hauled out on the Madieon (Ind.)
ways Saturday for a general overhauling.
She will be on the docks for several
weeks. The Lizzie Bay, of the same
company, was let into the water Satur
day from these ways.
The towboat R. K. Wells, a Kanawha
and Ohio river packet, burned to the
water's edge while lying at Charleston,
W. Va Sunday night. The boat was
insured for $8,000. She was valued at
$20,000, and owned by the Wells line.
Capt. Joseph Wells was in charge of the
boat. An overturned lamp started the
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Funeral of Mrs. Gage.
Washington, May 20. Funeral ser
vices over tho remains of Mrs. Lyman
J. Gago wero hold at tho secretary's
residence on Massachusetts avenue.
Rev. Dr. D. N. Hillls of Plymouth
church, Brooklyn, conducted the ser
vices, which woro exceedingly simple.
In tho course of his remarks Dr. Hillls
paid a beautiful tribute to tho life and
character of Mrs. Gago, whom ho had
known and respected for many years
Tho remains were shipped to Chlcag?
Ice cream soda at Chenoweth's.
The banks will all bo closed on Decc
ration Day, May 30th, it being a National
Kentucky Conference has paid 50 per
cent, of its foreign mission a93eBsmen
Louisville Conference haa paid 30 per
The-banks of Richmond, Ky , have
effected a compromise with Madieon
County for back taxes due since ISO", on
a basis of SO per cent.
Elder J. W. McGarvey, Jr., will de
liver an illustrated lecture at the Wash
ington Christian Church Thursday
night, May 23rd. The public invited.
Through Breckinridge & Shelby and
H. E. Ross, her attorneys, Mrs. Anna D.
McDougle haa filed suit at Lexington
against the National Life Insurance Com
pany, of Montpelier, Vt., for $5,000 on a
policy issued by the defendant company
to her husband, the late Harry C. Mc
Mrs. Lucy Benton, wife of Rev. W. T
Benton, died a few days ago at the home
of her husband in Cynthiana. She was
about sixty-four years of age and is sur
vived by her husband and three children,
Mr. Shoptaugh,of Millereburg; Mrs. Lev.
Benton and Mrs. J. R. Wallingford, of
A spark from a passing C. and O. en
gine Monday afternoon set fire to the
timbers of the incline at the Wormald
coal elevators. The blazi was threaten
ing the building when some boys dis
covered it and gave the alarm. It was
extinguished without calling out the fire
Miss Marguerite Fitzgerald, of thiB
city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Fitzgerald, won the prize in the Courier
Journal's unfinished faces drawing last
week. The fuces were those of John
Adams, Abraham Lincoln, George
Washington, James A. Garfield, Ulysses
S. Grant, James Buchanan, Benjamin
Harrison, Grover Cleveland, Andrew
Jackson, James Madison, William Me
Kinley. The company drilling for oil in the
Licking valley, ten miles oast of Owings
ville, has struck another vein, which, at
a depth of 300 feet, is producing forty
barrels of oil a day. This is the eighth
well that this company has sunk, and
thoy are producing from twenty-live to
sixty barrels a day edch. There is in
tense excitement in that community.
Speculators are arriving daily, and the
price of land is rapidly advancing.
W. W. Baxter, the advertising fake
who was let out of jail under bond of
$300 for bis appearance at the next term
of the Circuit Court to answer charge of
obtaining money under falso pretenses,
and who left for his home at Lex
ington Monday, tries to make the
people of that city believe he has
douo nothing wrong, but is a litilj
angtl with wings almost ready to sprout.
He says the Chief of Police treated him
"shamefully," when the fact of the mat
ter is Mr. Donovan let him have money
to pay Iiis way home. Ho also says ho
has arrauged to have his case filed away.
lie Is a Wonder.
All who see Mr. C. F. Collier, of Chero
kee, Iowa, as he is now, cheerful, erect,
vigorous, without an ache, could hardly
believe he is the same man who, a Bhort
time ago, had to eit in a chair, propped
up by cushions, suffering intensely from
an aching back, in agony if ho tried to
stoop all caused by chronic kidnoy
trouble, that no medicine helped until
he used Electric Bitters and was wholly
'cured by three bottles. Positively cures
backache, nervousness, loss of appetite,
all kidney troubles. Only 50c. at J. Jas.
Wood & Son's drug store.
We have purchased from the Tiger Shoe Factory their entire stock cf
Shoes on hand, consisting of nearly 1,000 pairs. All sires little gent's and boys
Shoes. They come in Glove Grain, Vici Kid and Box Calf. We divided
them in three lots.
LOT NO. J SUesJ0-2 sues2to5. Regular price $1.50, our price 98c.
LOT NO. 2-ReguIar price $J.75, our price $1.24.
LOT NO. 5 Regular price $2, our price $1.49.
These goods are all new, clean and stylish they are the biggest bargain
ever offered in our town.
HAYS & CO.
Remember that we have a complete line of Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Shoes. We buy them right and sell them right.
That has been forced upon them at such
low prices on account of my retiring from
business. We have every article on our first
floor now, save the Black Worsted Suits in
Sacks, Cutaway and Prince Alberts. Come
in just as soon as you can. Ask your neigh
bors if they have seen or priced any of this
In Dress and Ulsters, for men and boys.
Macintoshes? Yes, a few. Don't put off
coming for we are liable to be gone any day.
L. H. Landman, M. D.
Of JJJ4 Madison Ave.,
(Formerly of Cincinnati), will be at the Central
Hotel, Maysville. Ky., on Thursday, Jl'NE Cth,
l'JOl, returning every first Thursday In each
Have You Saved That Bottle?
We want a number of clean, second
hand, 2Soz. bottles, cheap, for cash.
John C. Pecor.
Ice cream soda at Chenoweth's.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a Civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife was
sick a lone; time in spite of good doctor's
treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr.
King's New Life Pilla, which worked
wonders for her health." They always
do. Try them. Only 25c. at J. Jas.
Wood it Son's, drugstore.