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in a month from now and say you saw those beautiful high
grade steel SCISSORS (of which we bought one hundred dozen at
assignee's sale in New York) advertised here for
but get them now. Nobody else has the QUALITY at this figure.
What are left of the lot if any go into our stock February J st at
the regular price.
FRANK OWENS HARDWARE
a VI i 1 i lv
mired bv all who knew her. Deceased waa mar
ried last June to Mr. Chelmer Campbell and was
nineteen year of age. She loaves her hub band,
two slaters and two brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Staolj Brady returned home from
Henry Hughes is on the sick list
On Jan. 17th, Mra. Mary Jolly Vau Hook will
lecturt' at the Mill Creek Church. Subiect,
"Flowers From the Crannlea."
Parker Hord.of Lexington, visited friends here
the first of the week.
Pi.VMYiu.1, Jan. 7. Ed. Hedges removed from
"Edgefield" to near Rectorville Friday.
Mrs. s. K. Bean haa returned home after spend
ing the holidays with relatives near Bentonville,
Elder Tomlln will preach here next Sunday
morning and evening at the usual hours for pub
Miss Naunie Lawman visited friends here last
Miss Annie Laurie Northcott, who has been
iuite ill with typhoid fever at the home of Elder
Hedges. Is reported somewhat better.
Mins Lilly Morris visited Mrs. H. Swlsc on Ken
edy's Creek Thursday.
$25,000.00 Given Away.
In the past year Dr. R. V. Pierce has given
away copies of his great work, The People's Com
mon Souse Adviser, at an expense to him of 825,
000.00 exclusive of postage. This standard book
on medicine and hygiene, contains 1008 pages
and more than 700 Illustrations. It treats of the
greatest and gravest problems of'human life in
simple English, from a common sense point of
view. It answers those questions of sex which
linger unspoken upon the lips of youth and
maiden. It is essentially a family book, and its
advice in a moment of sudden illness oraccldent
may be the means of saving a valuable life. This
great work is sent absolutely free on receipt of
stamps to defray the cost of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the book In paper binding,
or :!1 stamps for cloth covers. Address Dr. R. V
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Novelties at Cost
the Tenth lof
J. T. Kackley&Co
We have too many and want to unlou.
Our price this week for $1, $1.25 and $Ljl
See our Market Street window.
Teams Tbat Will Take Part in the Howling
Contest Inaugurated Last Night.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
uintrihuted by the Bulletin's Corps of
Country Correspondents Paragraphs
Personal and Otherwise.
East Limestone, Jan. 7th School resumed
Monday after an enjoyable vacation by the teach
er and pupils.
Miss Kate Williams has returned home after a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Kidder, of Huston
Miss Maggie Kratz, of West I'nlon, returned
home to-day after a visit with the family of her
ncter, Mrs. Beighle.
W. H. Tully. of Sioux City, la., en route to bla
old home at Cottageville, and Julius Degman,of
Hpringdale, were guests of relatives here a few
days the past week.
Mrs. Beighle and sister, Miss Kratz, visited the
Hwanger family at Washington, Sunday.
Mrs. Wiley Case, after spending Christmas at
her old home, returned to ner Cincinnati home
Tuesday of last week.
Mrs. Robert H. Williams entertained a few
guests New Year's Day at luncheon, among them
Mr. and Mrs. Weede Breeze, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Sloop and family aud Mr. and Mrs. Richard ('.
Charles Beighle was given a surprise Friday
night by his parents aud an arrival of a Urge
number of guests In honor of his twenty -third
birthday. Dancing was participated in to a late
Miss Mary Russell has returned to her city
home after spending the Christmas holidays here
with her mother aud brothers.
The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Brodt was the scene of a happy social Friday
night. The guests were Misses Dickson, Curtis
and Marshall, of Orangeburg, Miss Pearl Beighle,
Messrs. I-ee, John and Charley (irant, John Rus
ell, Thomas Dimmitt, Teck, Robert and Roy
Trimble, Stanley Beighle and Frank Williams.
'Mle. candies, fruits and ices were the refresh
(kkmantown, Jan. 7th. Death with his sickle
has again visited our little town, claiming for
his own, Mrs. Dr. Mulligai, who bad been sick
for fourteen months. She had indeed been a
sufferer, for nervous prostration is one of the
most racking of all diseases. She was a daughter
of George and Elizabeth Stiles, and fifty-three
years1 ago was married to W illiam Mulligan. To
this union eleven children were born, six sur
viving, two sons and four daughters. She had
been a member of the Methodist Church for over
forty years. 8he was seventy-three years of age.
Iter bereaved husband has the sympathy of the
community. The funeral took place at the
Chiistlan Church by Rev. Wightman. her pastor.
The family wish to thank the kind friends and
neighbors who ministered to them in this most
Mrs. Will Kabler is confined to her home with
eczema of the eyes.
Little John l'aul, son of J. M. and Mattie Jones,
has been quite sick the past week.
Mr. McKinney and daughter. Miss Ella, of
Seattle. Wash., are the guests of Mrs. Lena Mc
Kinney. They will soon visit Lexington and
Hon. 8. D. Rigdon went to Frankfort Saturday.
Mrs. Neppie Pollock is quite sick at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams.
Many friends and relatives from Sardis and
Shannon attended Mrs. Mulligan's funeral.
Mrs. Delia Pepper visited in. your city last
Miss Ida May Tyler has resumed her studies at
Richmond after spending Christmas at home.
The I'. M. Co. are moving their stock to the
store room in the K. of P. building. We predict
for them a profitable year, with J. R. Walton
as manager and William Crihfield and Will Bell
Hei.kna, Jan. Cth. The M. E. Church on the
eve of Jen. 1st was the scene of a very happy
event, the marriage of Miss Hadye Kiff to Stanley
Brady, of Wedonia. The church was beauti
fully decorated with evergreens finished with
lovers knots of white ribbon, the arch under
which the bridal party stood being cuninngly
fashioned in the shape of an Inverted heart. At
MS the wedding march played by Mrs. Rodney
Cord pealed sweetly, betraying the "touch of a
master haud. The bride looked very sweet aud
stately in a handsome costume of lead-colored
cloth, with trimmings of white satin and over
lace, and carried a prayerbook that had once
belonged to her grandmother. She entered lean
ing on the arm of her attendant. Miss Gertrude
Staton, who was tastefully in dark green broad
cloth, trimmed in lemon-colored silk aud black
cut velvet. The groom passed down the opposite
aisle, attended by his best man, Mr. Carl Jack
son, of Cincinnati. They were preceded by the
four ushers, Thos. Metcalf, of Lcwtsburg, and
James Dulin, Harry Kiff, (a brother of the bride)
and James Staton, all in conventional black
The ceremony, performed by Rev Mr. Searcy of
the Baptist Church at Lewisburg, was noticeable
for its beauty and eloquence. An elaborate sup
per was served toUhe bridal party at the bride's
home, after which the happy couple left by way
of hack for Maysvllle and from there to points in
Ohio. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mra.
T. F. Kiff, of Helena, who waa formerly in the
laundry business in Maysville, aad Is a young
lady of sweet aud gracious manner. Mr. Brady
is a most estimable young man and has a host of
Wedonia, Jan. 7th. Grippe is very prevalent
in our neighborhood.
Mrs. J. B. Jones, of Bellevue, Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Owens.
Miss Mary Luttrell has returned home.
Miss Alice Lally returned home from Maysville
Friday after a visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Nannie McHugh.of Flemingsburg, is the
guest of the Misses Lally.
Miss Katie Preston Bullock, who has been very
sick the past week, is some better.
Henry Cooper, of the Bible College, Lexington,
visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. Mr.
Cooper is a bright young man and we predict for
bim a grand future.
Mrs. Katie Campbell, nee Hughes, died at ber
home near here of consumption Dec. 20th. Mrs.
Campbell was a devout Christian, loved and ad.
A two-men tournament was inau
gurated at the Maysville howling alleys
last night. There are six teams in it,
compoBed as follows:
No. I Wall and Cullen.
No. 2 Archdeacon and Watkins.
No. 3 White and Backlev.
No. 4 Crawford and Newell.
No. 5 Wells and Pickerell.
No. G T. M. Russell and J. B. Russell.
The games last night resulted as fol
lows: TEAM NO. 1.
Wall 180 14K
Cullen.. 189 192
TEAM NO. 2.
TSAM NO. 8.
team no. 4.
J. WESLEY LEE
Lamps, Salids, Cakes, Chops, Jar
dincres, and a new line of F-.
Proof Baking; Dishes.
See our 5 and JOc. counters.
The standing of the teams is as follows:
Team No. 1 2 2
Team No. 2 2 0
Team Nd 3 2 2
Team No. 4 2 0
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Walter Thomas and Sue Anderson, col
ored, were married Tuesday.
NEW YEAR PRICES!
BROWN'S China Palace
H0. 40 Wast Seoond Strest
We have a nice line of solid gold Watch-a.
Elgin or Waltham movements, at $13.54
Gold-filled with Elgin or Waltham mov:
In Solid Silver Ware
We are the acknowledged leaden in low
prices on high grade goods. Beautiful pa
tern Tea Spoons from $4 up. Solid silve e
Children's Shoes worth 75c.,
Misses' Shoes worth $J,
Misses' Shoes worth 50c.,
Boys' Shoes worth $1.25,
Men's High Cut Shoes, worth $2.75,
Men's Fine Shoes worth $5,
Women's Fine Shoes worth $1.50,
Men's Kip and Felt Boots for less money than ever offered at
New year's price 48
New year's price 48
New year's price 25
New year's price 73
New year's price $1 98
New year's price 2 98
New year's price 98
DAN COHEN'S Great Western Shoe Store
W. H. MEANS, Mgr.
We have a small nuantitv of holiday sroo.li
left, from, which you can select an Inexpensive
ouu Buuauie new iears girt lor your inenni
We take pleasure In showing our goods, and w
have some good values to offer In men .c
women's and children's Underwear at price
ranging from 15c. to 90c. per suit. Men's Glove,
from 10c. to 98c. per pair. A full line of Granite
Ware, Tin Ware, China, Glassware and Notion..
Men's work 8hirts 25c. to 49c. each. Overalls 35c
to 49c., and a splendid value in men's drea,
Shirts at 39c. to close. Come and be convinced
ttiat everything is cheap at
THE RACKET, 48 W. See. St, May vHle
l h. rowM co., mora.
We have just received a supply of KA
NAWHA and WILLIAMS Coal. We will
deliver to any part of the city. Your
patronage solicited. Office Comer Sec
ond and Limestone streets. Phone 190.
Ball, Mltchel & Co.
THE LADY DENTIST,
Hll lodted TsAnanMilw " Kam
ttfw f Pwed1 dental parlor. All kinds ot
:T.i P.01 oenustry aone in tne ms
sUosmdscienUno manner. PRICES BIGHT.
Gold crowns and hrM uri a aut naat
sets of teeth on rubberfe to H16. Gold Ailing, U
and up. asroffioe : No. 2X West Second street.
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