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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
ttOSHEIt & McCAltTHT,
Fli DAY. MARCH 7. 1908
A WHITE SALE
THE WEATHER RECORD.
I For tbe U hours tnillt at ti:!!0a. m.J
Slate of weather (liar
Lowaet temperature 11
Mean temtierature Ku
Wlud direction Southerly
I'refiplUitinn (Inches) malted Know 00
Previously reiiorteo for Mareh.... 9f
Total for March to (late N
March 7ih, '.MS a. in. Hum m mm tonight and
Sai'iilmi i tnjiithlfi -mm in iiiillllltllill liltihl CXCfpi
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K Senator I'nyntz Thinks the Brilliant
Young Chief Executive Will Win
Another Term Hands
Former State Senator and present
State Flection Commissioner Charles B.
Toyntz, of Maysville, Ky., was at the re
opening of the Dennison Hotel Tuesday.
Mr. Cushon, one of the new proprietors
of the Dennison, is an old friend of the
popular Kentuckian. Asked as to the
political situation in his .State, Mr. Poyntz
"Governor Beckham is undoubtedly
eligible to re-election, and will be a can
didate for the Gubernatorial nomination.
He is much stronger than ever before.
His letter to Governor Durbin, of Indi
ana, concerning W, S. Taylor's extradi
tion was exceptionally good ; full of logic
and hard sense. His messa to the
Legislature now in session was the
soundest and best in every respect as a
state paper ever promulgated by any
Governor of Kentucky. Whenever and
wherever he goes Beckham makes
friends, who always remain loyal to him.
My prediction is that he will have no op
position before the next State conven
tion, and that he will be nominated and
elected Governor again by a large major
ity. He is discreet, diplomatic and wise
beyond his years. Mark my word he
will win hands down."
dually when merchants want to emphasize a special sale of any
kind they offer to give more for the money than you can possibly get else
where. Now we propose to do just the reverse. The lawns, dimities, or
gandies, laces and embroideries we will have on sale this week, beginning
March 5th, are so fine and sheer, in buying them you will get less weight
and thickness than you could easily procure elsewhere for the same amount
of money. All the desirable white fabrics are here the best of each kind
and the vny prettiest we could And. This spring and summer will be pre
eminently a white season. White shirt waists and gowns will be more
popular than ever. A sensible popularity it is. White fears neither sun
Fashions for cotton goods are now assured and this is a good time for
sewing before the laseitude of spring and the rush of house cleaning.
These are some of the favorite fabrics:
French Lawn, 48 inches wide, 50c. and 75c. yard.
French Organdie, 8 inches wide, 25c. to $1 yard.
Swiss Muslin, 32 inches wide, 15c. to 50c. yard.
Dotted Swies Muslin, 30 inches wide, 25c. to 50c. yard.
French Nainsook, 45 inches wide, 15c, 19c. and 25c. yard.
India Linen, 32 inches wide, !c. to 25c. yard.
White Pique, 30 inches wide, 15c. to 50c. yard.
Fancy and Lace Striped Lawn, 30 inches wide, She. to 50c. yard.
Mercerized Madras, 30 inches wide, 25c, 35c. and 50c. yard.
Mercerized Yale Cloth, 30 inches wide, :'oc. ml 50c. yard.
Irish Linen, 36 inches wide, 35c. yard.
Fancy and Plain Dimities, 30 inches wide, 15c. to 50c. yard.
Persian Lawn, 30 inches wide, 25c. yard.
French Mull, 30 inches wide, 33o. yard.
EMBROIDERIES, from the modest edging to elaborate skirt
ranging in price from 5c. to $1.
Laces in Val, German Torchon.' Point Anglaise, Point de Parie and
Cheny. Match edgings and insertions various widths. Prices from lc. to
The store is given up to the White Goods. Come now while stocks
are full and choosing easy.
D. HUNT & SON
"Railroad Jack" is the
the opera house to-night.
Mr. Samuel F. Howard and family
moved Wednesday from Dover to the
farm of Mr. James B. Key, near Wash
ington. The People's Building Association has
sold the Tabb farm at Dover, containing
sixty-tour acres and thirty-eight poles to
Editor Sam Stairs for $4,500.
List of the Stockholders With Numlier
Shares Held by Each of Them.
As previously stated the capital stock of
the Bank of Dover is $15,000. The par
value of the shares is $100, and the follow
ing is a list of the stockholders with
number of shares held by each :
Sam V. Stairs 20
tt. I.. Krye JO
R. I-.CartwriKht U
tieorgeO. I.tdenburger 2
T. H. Taibott I
w. Scott tsborne 20
Mrs. II. N. Terhime 8
Miss Hirilie Terhuue 1
Clarence Martin f
Mrs. SoaaphlM Boyd I
Anna Frances Boyd 1
Austin Smith 1
Kathleen Smith 1
I. .1 1'errine 10
T. L. Holtou 10
W. I. Holton 10
J. E. Uouldln I
C. (!. Hiigemcycr :t
Peter I'erraut 1
.!. hlKin Anderson 1
luditli A. Osborne .
Fannie (i Osborne i
V.A. Kirk 8
8, M. Wnrthiuglou ."
August Die!.-. 1
Lawrence Klein 1
Judge Wyatt, of Kwing, was in town
Mrs. A. L. Ledbetter is the guest cf
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Carroll, of
Mrs. Judge Appprson, of Mt. Ster
ling, is visiting her uther anl brother.
Dr. A. H. ami Judge G. S. Wall.
Kwing It.ijuirer: "Mrs. Kate Breen
returned to tier home at Maysville
Thursday night after attending the fu
neral of her aunt, Mrs. Margaret Daugh-
John S. Wilson has sold to Darius
McGraw about eighty-nine acres south of
Dover for $i,41 3(1.
Mr. W. B. Mc.Uee.whoisill with fever,
was not any better this morning. His
condition is very serious.
The L and N. shows increased earn
ings of $101,903 for the month of Febru
ary and $40,72S increase the fourth week
of the month.
In the suit of W. L. Moran against
Wesley Vicroy, the jury Thursday re
turned a verdict in favor of Vicroy. The
suit grew out of the shooting and wound
ing of Moran last fall by Vicroy. Moran
sued for $10,000.
Potntz Bros, are the only Maysville
distillers selling pure liquors by the
quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis
tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old
whisky $2 per gallon. Age and quality
guaranteed. Get the beat. Office 126
Market street Watson's old stand.
The House bill repealing the McCain
tobacco warehouse law was passed by
the Senate Thursday by a vote of 25 to 7.
This bill is one which tobacco growers
and warehousemen have both been in
terested in passing. It becomes a law
upon receiving the Governor's signature.
The Mt. Carmel pouch was the only
mail from the surrounding towns that
reached Maysville Wednesday, and but
few of the 'buses were in Thursday.
Albert F'ulton, of Dover, sold his crop
of 5,900 pounds of tobacco to the Conti
nental Company at Augusta at $9. The
crop was raised on four acres of ground.
Mr. Charles Biggers, of Dover, has sold
the tobacco raised on his place to tbe
Continental at Augusta. One crop of
about 10,000 pounds for $.s.75 and the
other crop of about 5,000 at $7.10 per
The windstorm a week ago this even
ing wrecked two barns in the west end of
the county one on tbe Dunbar farm
near Dover, containing 10,000 pounds of
tobacco, and the other on Mrs. Bacon's
farm near Tuckahoe.
Congressman Kehoe has introduce da
bill for the benefit of Lucy C. Lee, E. S.
Lee, John G. Lee, Fannie Lee, Maria C.
Frazee, and the heirs of Mary Acsah Co
burn, heirs of Edward P. and JaneT. Lee.
Referred to the Committee on War
Mr. Lindsay Howard, of Cynthiana,
who has been the guest of Mr. P. A.
Williams of the Western Union, left
this morning for Lexington, where he
has accepted a position as night operator.
His brother Sam succeeds him at Cyn
thiana. O. H. P. Thomas & Co., Noe. 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 age.
The H. E. Pogue Distillery Co.
If you intend doing any painting
this season we feel sure that we
can do you good.
The whole matter of painting
economically depends on getting
right paint at the right price.
Some paint lasts twice as long as
others. Who wouldn't pay more
to be sure of such paint T Our in
tention is to furnish you that
quality without its costing you
more than poor perhaps less.
No matter what you wish to
paint or how you want to paint it,
we have what you need. When
you are ready to paint we want to
see you. We are glad to give quo
tations at any time.
Cor. Steond and Sutton Stroott, Msytvills, Ky.
Another attempt of the friends of the
school book bill to get it before the Sen
ate for consideration was made Thurs
day. Senator Byron, of Bracken, came
out boldly against the bill advocated by
Governor Beckham. He denied that the
bill was a Democratic measure. The at
tempt to secure advancement of the bill
The Dover News says : "Since the hard
freeze the pikes are in bad condition in
this part of the count)'. They have been
cut to pieces by the heavy loads of to
bacco being hauled over them, and it
will take hundreds of dollars to put them
in proper shape." There is a penalty
against overloading wagons at this season
of the year, and the Turnpike Commis
sioners should enforce the law.
A victory was won by the opponents of
the "County Unit" local option bill in
the State Senate Wednesday when the
measure was defeated by a vote of 22 to
16. The management of the local option
interests was in the hands of the Rev. G.
W. Young. John L. Dunlap, of Louis
ville, had charge of the opposition forces.
The vote stood : F'or the bill Senators
Burnam, Catron, Cox, Dye, Kdwards,
Farris, Howard, Huff, Huntsman, Kirk,
Tolin, Watkins, White, Whitelaud and
Utley. AgainBt tbe bill Senators Allen,
Barret, Bootes, Byron, Cantrill, Carroll,
Coleman, Dyer, Ferguson, Fleming, Har
rel, Hickman, Kenton, McNutt, Porter,
Prewitt, Pritchard, Richardson, Sublett,
Taylor, Watson and Weller.
Having sold my farm, I will offer at Public
Sale, ou the premises, near Summit Station,
Thursday, March 13, 1902,
at 1 o'clock p. m., the following Personal Prop
erty, to wit : One Mule, between 85 aud 40 head
of llot. some Cattle, Farming f tensile, 1 two
horse Waj'on, 1 Buggy aud Harness, i sets of
wagon and plow 'Harness, straw in the barn,
Fodder in the field and other articles too numer
ous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE All sums of $10 and tinder.
Cash; on sums over that amount a creditor six
months will be given. CD LOYD.
HAS NOT ANNOUNCED.
J Cold Snap
i Will give us the advantage of selling and f
S gives you the advantage of buying the best r
J of Fall and Winter Suits we have in stock
C at a discount of 20 per cent, from our regu- j
THE HOME STORE. P
of Judge I'ogli's Candidacy For
Congress Was Erroneous.
VaMCSBOaOi Ky., March 5. The Courier-Journal
correspondent was to-day in
formed by Mr. Samuel J. Pugh that the
statement published as to having an
nounced his candidacy for the Congress
ional nomination in the Ninth Congress
ional district is incorrect.
He further said that he was not aware
that he had ever said or written any
thing that could be so construed ; on the
contrary, he bad invariably written to
inquring friends that it would be time
enough for candidates to be selected
after pending legislation as to redisrict
ing the State shall have been determined.
Smoke a "Trinket" cigar.
Jessamine Parmer (Jets $25.50 Per Han
dred For a Hogshead of Tobacco.
The record price on any market for a
hogshead of the 1901 crop of leaf to
bacco was obtained Wednesday at Louis
ville by a Jessamine County farmer, who
received $25 60 per 100 pounds for a
bright package weighing 9.10 pounds.
He sold hiB crop of thirteen hogsheads,
grown on eight acres, for $1,(113.1;! net.
FORTUNES IN OIL!
Kentucky just now is attracting prospectors from nil nu th. uj on n
already sunk prove it a very rich oil producer. Money invested now "may double
OR QUADRUPLE IN LESS THAN A MONTH. "
Our holdings consist of about 5,000 acres in Wayne Countv near fh oro.t
Sannybrook field, about 0,000 acres in Lincoln County! and 600 acres in I ink
ing Valley in Bath County close up to Ragland Our first To weUs near Raglan'd"
are producers. We I have started to drill in all three counties. an,l m tn $?Z
ir.-i .. - -: 1 1 .:: . . " twi, v Dutian
Aii ; A..A. ...,-. ti
..,... r tZZ -"k iumo laniis in acioition to those already
secured, and lying in close proximity to the greatest developments in the State
A limited amount of the treasury stock will he sold, at $5 oer hr n fv.i.
oi shares $11) eacu. lnis stock will, we confide
nrlv l...li...... u iii. j
in thirtv days. ' .-, UD ,,uK IOr par
CENTRAL OIL, GAS AND MINING COMPANY, OF LEXINGTON.
. n. loud, ft a. .., "'ftjcur, uftgg, & , , u,,..
MARSH, A(iT., MAYSVILLE, KY.
DON'T PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR
Cntil you hare seen our stock and learned
prices. We will save you money.
RYDER I QUAINTANCE,
No. 121 Sutton 8t., next door to Zweigart's.
W. P. Diokbom.
Eneas Myall, Jr.
DICKSON ft MYALL,
Livery and Undertaking.
Agents for Champion Harvesting Machinery.
110 and 112 West Third street., Maysville, Ky.
Collections and clerical work of all
kinds. Special rates on good accounts.
John J. O'Donnell, 216 Court st.
Governor Beckham has appointed Wm.
F. Howe to be County Judge of Fleming
County till November, 1903, to succeed
Judge Graham, who died a few days ago.
TRY A CERTIFICATE IN THE
Wit i, Safe, Sore, Profitable. '
Judge Thomas R. Phltter Pres
Judge Mat Walton," V. Pres.
Dulln Moss, Secretary.
Mr. F. Hayes, of the New York Store
is registered at the Imperial, New York
City, buying the latest in the drygoods
line for his store in this city.
Mr. Fred Terry, night clerk at the St
Charles Hotel, has been on the sick list
for a few days, but is convalescent.