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THE BEE HIVE
i Fashion Sheets Delineator and May Patterns 1
On Sale Tuesday!
THE ENTIRE SAMPLE LINE
This lot comprises the greatest collection of waists ever shown
in Maysville. Sizes mostly 36, but other sizes to start with.
We will show in "the centre window a collection of these waists.
These are the samples used by the Royal Waist Company in
selling their waists.. It's the best waist in the country, because
it's the best. It's the only waist sold in Maysville. WHY?
We have juat received fresh supply of
the celebrated Becond pool Pittsburg
lump smithing coal. Call and sea us.
A disease resembling blackleg has
broken out in A. W. Bascom's herd of
blooded stock in Bath County.
This .Question Shonld bo Answered Easily
by Maysville People.
Which is wieer to have confidence in
the opinions of your fellow citizens, of
people you know, or depend on state
ments made by utter strangers residing
in far-away, places ? Eead the follow
ing: Mr. George N. Crawford, blacksmith
and wheelwright, corner of East Second
and Lee streets, says : "The great benefit
which speedily follows the use of Doan's
Kidney Fills .seems little short of mirac
ulous. I procured the Temedy at J. Jias.
Wood & Son's drug store, corner of West
Second and Market streets, and by the
time had used one box I was cured.
If any one suffers from kidney trouble
while such an effective kidney cure as
Doan's Kidney Fills can be bad, the
fault is their own."
For sale by all dealers. Frice 50 cents
a box, Foatar-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
Armour's canned meats Calhoun's.
New sewing machines $15 at GerbrichV .
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart
moll's. The A. 0. U. W. meet this evening at
Nelson's, Market street, at 7:30.
Miss-Jessie Briles has accepted a posi
tion with Mrs. Stitt, the milliner.
Mrs. Jemima Bell, a slave in this coun
ty in early life, died at Portsmouth Fri
day., Biahop Wilson will preach Kentucky
Wesleyan College commencement ser
mon on May 24th.
Mr. Ernest L. March has been re-appointed
a member of the Police and Fire
Commission of Lexington.
The run of oil from Knox County
wells during March amounted to 8,675
barrels. The present month will show a
Get the items you need for house cleaning
altogether, and bring your list to us. We're
very sure we can save you money, and
everything we sell you is sold on honor.
"We've added a new line of Paints in some
twenty colors. It comes in half-pint cans
which enables you, to get a large variety of
colors at a small cost. Just think only JOc.
per can. Brushes at 5 and JOc. each.
Oil Cloth and Window Shades.
Table Crockery and Glass wate, Hard
ware, Tinware and Notions.
Willow Market Baskets, 35c. and up.
Some attractive Easter Novelties which
you'i want soon. See our Window Display.
Everything cheap at
L. H. YOUNG & CO.
The American Bible Society has sent
to Mexico 449,350 Bibles. Last year
Mexicans paid $1,000 more for Bibles
than in any previous year.
The members of Wyandotte Trib'e No.
3 are called to meet at the hall at 4
o'clock this afternoon to conduct servi
ces in memory of Brother Allen A. Ed
monds. The services will be held at the
hall. Wm. G. Heiseb, Sachem.
O. ,H. P. Thomas & Co., Nos, 120 and
122 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 represented as to
age. The H. E. Pocjub Distillery Co.
Newand nice collection. Remember
your Sunday school class on Easter morn
ing. Give a gift. New line of books for
Easter. Easter Novelties.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
New. back ground just received. Have
your new Easter hat and dress pictured,
mounted in an Enclosure Mount for it will
fit you. Prices $2, $3 and $4 dozen.
KACKLEY & CO.
DIED AT COLUMBUS.
60 Stores. . 60 Stores.
Have special inducements in bringing special customers to our store, and we
have special reasons in bringing them there, and special inducements cause special
reasons for them becoming one of our regular customers. LANGDON revolution'
iz s the grocery business.
Special Prices For One Week,
FROM SATURDAY, APRIL 4.
California Evaporated Peaches per pound only 7c
California PruneB, 90 to pound per pound only 4Jc
Carolina Bice per pound only 4c
Navy Beans per quart only 8c
Irish Potatops per peck only 15c
Sword Brand Sugar Corn per can only 7c
Seeded Raisins .' a 10c. package for only 8c
Seeded Currants a 10c. package for only 8c
Loose Raisins per pound only 8c
One thousand Matches : per box only 4c
A good Market Banket for only 4c
Granulated Sugar (think of what we save you) per pound only ' 5c
Our Garden BeedB 3 regular size packages for only 5c
"Young people, married people, old people read Langdon's price list. Learn
to save money.
The Langdon-Creasy Co.mc.
Clothes We Sell
Are not ordinary "ready made." We choose each garment as carefully as
expert knowledge of Fabrics and Tailoring' gained by years of study and
experience will allow. You will find with us exdusiveness in patterns, in
dividuality in the styles, the right kind of tailoring and perfection in fit.
The Rochester labels you find on these Clothes stand for all that is "best"
in ready to wear Clothing. Every part is right and each Garment is made
under perfectly sanitary conditions by expert Tailors.
"Easter Next Sunday"
Of course you are going to make the youngsters happy with an
Easter outfit. Let us show you what we have for them and how moder
ate the price considering the qualities you get in our house. Our Easter
Holiday Neckwear stock is bewildering in its numerous styles and colors.
We want you to take a peep at this line.
Our Douglas and Hanan Shoes
Are growing in favor to such an extent that we have already been obliged
to place duplicate orders on Spring Goods. Our custom work turned out
under the supervision of Mr. Nichols deservedly receives the most favor
ably comments; notwithstanding we pay the highest prices for skilled tail
oring we will continue to make Suits to order (made in our house) at very
conservative prices. We advise those contemplating having Suits made to
order to call at an early date, as we have an unusually large number of or
ders booked already.
THE HOWIE STORE.
Wm. Jennings and James Emral have
qualified as administrators of Andorson
Jennings with Wm. H. Mackoy, Samuel
Frazee and G. W. Laycock sureties.
Ernest Dieterich, Samuel Frazee and G.
W. Laycock were appointed to appraise
SPECIAL PRICES AT
W. F. POWER'S.
Draweth nigh and iHs high time you were
, giving consideration;! the finishing touches
4 of your Spring outfit. The "hat" has been
jf- ably discussed for a month past, but the
4 most important -feature of the Easter cos-
JJ tume the
m- may have been neglected until now. When
22 reaoy to inspect the beautiful ' models the
m- makers of shoe fashions have evolved, come
ST" to us if you wish 'to be in the prevailing
0 mode. Our lines are unsurpassed m point g
jjf""" of beauty and atfracftyeness, and the Spring Z?
&- ' showing is full andcomplete. -
e BAHIvLEY S- 3
Sirs. Eisio Lingenfelser Passed Away Mon-
. day-Stricken While Visiting
Mrs. Elsie Lingenfelser of .this, city, died
'Monday morning, at 2 o'clock tat the
home of her mother, Mrs. Lavina HickB,
of Columbus, 0. The funeral services
will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from hpr" mother's residenco, 34 North
Front street, the interment following in
Green Lawn Cemetery, that city.
Mrs. Lingenfelser is survived by her
husband, Mr. Jos. Lingenfelser, one son,
Stanley, and by her mother, two sisters,
Mrs. Brittio Tudor and Mrs, Olivia Mer
gard and three brothers, Frank, Walter
and Clarence Hicks, all of Columbus.
The family moved from this city to
Columbus a few years ago, and Mrs.
Lingenfelser was there visiting hen
Mr. John Farley, of East Sixth street,
developed a case of smallpox Monday,
and there is also a case at Mrs. Rosa
Wood's home in the Sixth ward.
Mr. Thomas S. Jones, of Utica, New
York, is visiting Miss Kathryn Clay Cox,
Mr. 8. M. Worthington, of Fern
Leaf, left Monday afternoon for Normal,
Mrs. Will BallengQr, of Clark County,
after visiting relative horn for. a took,
left Saturday for Millersburg,
Friday and Saturday Are Bargain Days at
The NewYork Store!
of HAYS & CO.
DBY Q00DS Heavy brown Muslin 4c, good Calico 4c, Apron Gingham
5c, fine Dress Ginghams 10c, India Lifcons 5c, good Sheeting 15c, Peperell
Sheetine. best made, 17c. and 10c, Lining Cambrics 4c. : 4
SILKS -Beautiful Wash Silks 48c, good Taffeta Silks 48c, wool Dress
Goods 15c on up, elegant all wool Fabrics 48c, finest quality black Goods
05c, worth $1 25.
NOTIONS, ETC. Dozen rubber Hairpins 8c, Pearl Buttons 5c, Ladles'
new fancy Hoso 9c, drop stitched Hose 0c, good Corsets 24c, new style
Girdles 49c colors white, pink, blue laces and Hamburg cheaper than
at other places. Clark's boat 0. N. T., six .spools for 25c, ladies' fine Kid
Glove's 73c. good Umbrella 48c, the new Bow Ties 10c. r-;
CABPETS Good clean Hemp Carpet 9c, Myron Carpet 20c, worth 25c.
SHOES A big line to select from; prices way below others.
HAYS & CO.
P. S Coming, the biggest lino of Millinery ever shown'iu our city.