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10 Cents Per Pound!
THE BEE HIVE
See the Centre Window For Our Corset Display !
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Arc R. & G., W. B. and Royal Worcester all styles in each corset, but
the ERECT FORM has the call. The W. B. Corset Company was the
first to introduce this new form corset and of course as leaders in this style
of corset are better prepared to give you just what you want. We are
pleased to announce that we have secured the exclusive agency for the
W. B. Corset and would be pleased to have you look over this new line
of corsets. Every pair guaranteed, of course.
DIED MONDAY MORNING.
Mr. William Bradley Succumbs to a Com
plication of Diseases funeral
Mr. William Bradley died Monday
morning at 10 o'clock at his home op
posite the Maysville Cemetery, of a com
plication of troubles. He had been in
teeble health for some time.
Mr. Bradley waa fifty-five years of age
and leaves a wife and eight children
Messrs. T. P. and W. 0. Bradley, of Ash
land, Misses Hallie, Hattie, Erne and
Estelle, and Mr. A. D. Bradley, of this city,
and Mies Gladys Bradley, of Marietta.
The funeral will take place Wednesday
morning at 11 o'clock at the borne, with
services by Rev. Ryland Knigbt, of the
Ashland Baptist Church. Interment in
the Maysville Cemetery.
ATTENTION, TOBACCO GROWERS.
Mr. James M. Gannt, President or tbe State
Association. Will Speak Here Tues
day, Nov. 25th.
Mr. Jas. M. Gaunt, of Carrollton, Presi
dent of the Tobacco Growers' Association
of Kentucky, will speak at the court
house, Maysville, Tuesday, Nov. 25tb, at
1 p. m. setting forth the object of the as
sociation, the organization of the grow
ers for the purpose of obtaining better
All growers and other farmers are
urged to be present.
Rev. J. W.Loving will gojfrom Glasgow
to accept the pastorate of the church at
Paris, Tenn. He waa formerly in charge
of the Lewisburg Baptist Church.
New refined molasses. Calhoun's.
Dr. S. R. Harover has gone to his new
home at Big Bone SpriDgs.
Steven Boyd, a Bath County farmer,
has been mysteriously missing since Wed
nesday and searching parties can find no
trace of him.
Pogue's distillery will start up this year
on the 27th inst, and will run until next
July, the longest run this establishment
has ever made.
W. H. Hook sold to James F. Hook a
small tract on Cabin Creek for $1,200
cash, and the G. C. Cook farm for $200
and other consideration.
Messrs. James Claybrook (foreman), R.
P. Tolle, A. B. Fields, Charles Walker,
John Day, George Cofiee, David Half hill,
James Newdigate, F. M. Tolle, Charles
Bigeers, Henry Crawford and Jacob
Worthington compose tbe grand jury
We are offering special inducements
to early holiday purchasers. Our stock
is complete and we are anxious to show
our new holiday goods. You can make
your selections now and have your pur
chases laid away until you want them.
Call and see our new goods.
Murphy, the jeweler.
Messrs. W. T. and Philip Cummins are
in receipt of the sad news of the death of
their sister, Miss Sallie, at tbe home of
their parents near Carlisle. She was
twenty-five years of age and had been in
failing health several months, as a result
of an attack of measles, tbe end coming
Monday at 1 p. m. The funeral will
take place Wednesday at 9 a. m. at the
Carlisle Catholic Church, after which
the remains will be interred at Paris.
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Any lady willing to try a pair of the new
"Dorothy Dodd" shoes and tell her experience with
them may easily win one of the forty-three cash
prizes, amounting to $4,000, which the Dorothy
Dodd Shoe Company offer to the forty-three women
who write the best reasons why these shoes are
superior to others. Competition open for a few
weeks only. Every purchaser gets from us a blank
on which to write her reasons. No literary abil
ity is needed only plain facts are wanted. Come
in and let us give you the particulars.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE "DOROTHY DODD."
MR. GEORGE M. HORD.
Sudden Death at Chicago of a Former Pop
ular Citizen of Maysville Sad News
A telegram to relatives Monday brought
the sad news of the death of Mr. George
M. Hord, of Chicago. The end came
suddenly some time Monday morning,
and while the message gave no particu
lars, the supposition is that his dr-arL
was caused by disease of the heart, a?
he had suffered somewhat from trouble
of that character for a year or two.
Mr. Hord was born Aug. 24, 1883) and
was a son of Francis T. and Elizabeth
( Moss) Hord. He was a native of Mays
ville and spent his early life in this city.
His wife survives and be leaves one
daughter, Miss Lillian, and two sons,
Charles 8 , Aesistant U. S. Collector at
Manila, Philippine Islands, and George
M., Jr., of Chicago. Mr. Hord also leaves
three brothers and two sisters, Judge
Francis T. Hord, of Columbus, hid.,
Judge K. M. Hord, of Shelbyville, Ind.,
Mr. Elias R. Hord, of Chicago, and Mrs.
Mary G. Clarke and Mrs. J. B. Noyes, of
Mr. Hord belonged to one of the old
and influential families of this section of
Kentucky, his father being a prominent
member of the Maysville Bar in his day.
A large circle of warm friends will learn
with sorrow of his death.
The remains will probably be interred
Marriage of Mr. Michael Sweeney and Miss
Anna Short This Morning at St.
Miss Annie Short and Mr. Michael
Sweeney, both of this city, were quietly
wedded at St. Patrick's Church this
morning. The ushers were Mr. James
Delanty and Mr. Will Kirwin.
A breakfast was served at the residence
of Mr. John T. Short, brother of the
ride, after which the couple left on tbe
early train for a short bridal trip to
Mr. Sweeney is engaged in business as
a dealer in leaf tobacco.
Important to Pastors aid Other Sunday
There is to be held in Louisville Dec.
9th-12th a unique and very important
meeting. The State Sunday School As
sociation has secured the services of four
of the most eminent Sunday school ex
perts in America to conduct a four days
"Pastors Sunday School Institute." All
pastors will be entertained. While
especially for pastors, everybody is in
vited. An unusually strong program
has been prepared and will be sent, with
other information, upon application to
E. A. Fox, General Secretary, Louisville.
Tbe association is looking more and
mote to pastors for leadership in the im
portant work of tbe Sunday school, and
believing that they would appreciate any
effort to help them, thia institute is
' Ira Guy sold to Neppie E. Rigdon a lot
in Germantown for $150 cash.
Open kettle New Orleans Molasses 40c. per gallon why
pay others 50c?
New three-pound can Tomatoes, 10c. per can.
New pack Spring Lake Peas, 7c. per can.
New pink Salmon, 9c. per can.
New Spaghetti, Mackerel, Oatmeal, Hominies, Beans, Her
ring, Pig's Feet, &c.
Our dried fruits this year will be of a special nature.
Lowncy's Chocolatesjj jAIIegretti's Chocolates
Candy made fresh every day.
DO YOU PLAY
Prices from 25c. set to $6. Rackets from
20c. to $1.25. A great game for a great peo
ple. Science, exercise, judgment and laugh
J. T. Kackley & Co.
you b:g$er savings on more kimls of mer
rh&mlixe than ever before. You probably need
some new I'nderwear and we have It for all age
and all sizes from a 10c. garment up. Hose for
men, women anil children. Our Gloves and
Mittens range in price from 10c. to fl per pair,
and these frosty mornings will perhaps remind
you that you are In need of something In thia
linp You can buy Matches at lc. per box, and
If you need Coal Hods and Fire Shovels, it's to
your interest to call on us. Tin and Enameled
Ware we have and always at lowest prices. A
nice Hue of novelties and faucy goods. Lamps.
Lanterns, and all kinds of lamp goods, and a
varied assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, tc.
Everything cheap at The Racket.
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Photographs taken. A Sepia Portrait made ' L. H. YOUNG & CO.,
of father or mother.
They arc the best.
Stuart Lodwick, a grandson of Dr. F. J.
Locke, of Newport, was seriously injured
by a blow on the head with a club.
James Curtis, aged about seventy-si.
died a few days ago at his home near
Tuckahoe and was buried Sunday at
Beasley, Rev. E. L. Cartwright conduct
ing the funeral service.
O. H. P. Thomas & Co., Nos. 120 and
122 Market street, Maysville, Ky.,8ell 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 represented as to
age. The H. E. Pogue Distillery Co.
State Auditor's Agent Watson has filed
suit in the County Court against Mr.
Thornton Norris living near German
town to recover back taxes on a total of
$o!2,500 alleged to have been omitted
from assessment from the year 1885 to
11)02 inclusive. The total amount of
taxes sought to be recovered is about
P. B. Kemambtf that for every 10c. purchase
you get a vote on the Merchant Uift Library.
Just received two car-loads extra clean
red cedar next best roof to slate.
W. B. Mathews & Co.
Samuel Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Boyd, of Forest avenue, fell and broke
his left arm while playing Saturday.
If you want to purcnase the purest
and best goods on earth go to G. W. Rog
ers A Co., 127 Market Btreet, where you
will find old Bourbon and rye whisky,
apple and peach brandy, California
brandy, malt gin, California port, sherry
and Maderia, K. I. sweet Catawba and
dry Catawba wines dec. We guarantee
all of our goods to be strictly pure.
PRICES LOWEST AT
W. F. POWER'S.
DO YOU NEED ONE?
The NewYork Store!
of HAYS & CO.
On supply you with one.
Good, serviceable steel rod Umbrellas only 43c.
Men's good quality Umbrellas, French Serge, automatic spring, only 93c.
Ladies' fine Umbrellas, metal handles, only 98c.
Ladies' very finest Silk Umbrellas, worth 2, our price $1.35.
Just received one hundred dozen, bought direct from the mills. We seH
them cheaper than others ean buy them. Prices 15c on up to 75c., worth
twice as much.
NEW YORK STORE.