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The Bee Hive!!
WE ARE FKODU to say that wo are now In our new addition, 2000 squaro feet
more room. Not entirely fixed, but enough to help us during the holiday rush.
WE ARE PROUD that Maysvlllo has a social body like tho Ringgold lodge, I. O.
0. F. that Is above any petty Jealousy, always trying to help her brothers as well as
all Maysvlllo. It Is due to this lodge that wo can Invite you Into this 2,000 square feet
of additional room.
WE ARE PROUD that Maysvlllo can show to tho world a contractor llko Mr. I M
Lane. With his ald-docamp he has built tho best and prettiest storo In Maysvlllo,
and as good as his promise he has turned over to us complcto this 2,000 square leet of
additional room just on the minute.
WE ARE PROUD to say that every nlcltlc of this work, except $152 for prism glass,
has gono to the honest and good working men of Maysvllle, and through their extra
endeavors we are able to Invito you to-day.to como and see what this 2,000 squaro feet
of additional room will mean to Maysvllle.
WE ARE PROUD that our prominenco in tho Eastern market enables us to gtvo
to the people In lightning rapidity tho advance styles and changes as they occur.
WE ARE PROUD that we can say withhold assertion that wo have built up a
larger business in Maysvlllo In less than three years than somo stores have In a half a
WE ARE PROUD to state if the people continue to demand more room because
of moro business we will gladly add another 2,000 square feet of additional room.
' WE ARE PROUD that we are the only dry goods store that give away Globe Tra
WE ARE PROUD-YES-WE ARE PROUD. (We threo boys).
THE TURKEY CROP.
One Dealer lias Shipped Nearly $35,000
Worth This Season From Marshall
Walter C. Benaker baa killed and ship
ped from his new poultry house at Mar
shall Station, thia season, 9,019 turkeys
for the Thanksgiving market, and 12,100
for the Chri8tmaa trade.
These turkeys were shipped in 900
boxes, and repreeent an expenditure of
$34,0S5.62 among the farmers of Mason,
Fleming, Bath, Lewis and Robertson
Death of .Mr. Lee B. Porter.
Mr. Lee B. Porter died this morn
ing at 7 o'clock at the home of his parents
on West Third street, after an illness of
two years from a complication of diseases.
He was twenty-six years of age, and was
the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Porter. The funeral will take place to
morrow at the residence, Rev. F. W. Har
rop officiating. Interment in the Mays
Mrs. W. D. Ray, of Helena, who acci
dentally fell and injured herself at tho
home of her Bister, Mrs. Killpatrick, of
East Front street, a few weeks ago, waa
removed to her home Tuesday in a car
riage. She stood the trip very well.
Her many friends will regret to learn,
however, that her injuries are of a more
Eerious character than waa tbought at
first, and her condition has not improved
J. G. Lewis and his big company of
comedians will appear at the opera house
to-night in the great comedy success, "Si
Plunkard," a rural comedy brim full of
funny aituntions and laughable novelties.
The band and orchestra carried by this
company will be held up to its high
standard as the finest musical organiza
tion on the road. Secure seats now at
Mr. A. J. Boyd, who has beon night
operator at the O. and O. station for sev
eral weeks, has been transferred to his
old position at the Fairgrounds tower.
Mr. R. H. Elston succeeds him in the
Pianos almost given away at Gerbrich's.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart
moll's. Keep your eye on Santa Claus. He is
next door to Calhoun's.
MR. TB0MAS D. KERR.
Another Well Known and Highly Respected
Resident of the County Passed
Away This Morning.
Mr. Thomas D. Kerr, whose critical
illness waa mentioned Tuesday, died
this Jmorning at 4 o'clock at his home
on Jersey Ridge. Ho was stricken about
two weeks ago with pneumonia.
Mr. Kerr was a son of the late 8amuel
Kerr, one of the pioneers of this section,
and waa Beventy-four years of age. Hie
wife, who waa a Misa Chamberlain, died
somo years ago. He leaves three sons,
Frank, Ezekiol and Jamea, and five
daughters, Mrs. Laura Chandler, and
Mrs. Mary Moran, of this county, Mrs.
Jessie Wilson and Mrs. Sue Mason, of
Bourbon, and Mrs. Jennie Bonar, of
Wildy, Ky. He also leaves ono brother,
Jesse, of Kansas City, and one sister,
Mrs. Sue Power, of Sandoval, 111. Mr.
Kerr was ono of the county's upright and
industrious citizens, and had a wide cir
cle of friends who will learn with sor
row of bis death.
The funeral will take place to-morrow
at 11 a. m. at the family residence, the
interment following in the family burial
ground near the home.
Mr. Charles Gault is ill at the home of
his sister, Mrs. Thos. Best, in the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Froggo are rejoicing
over the arrival of a fine twelve-pound
Mrs. Lee Bramel, of the Sixth ward, is
improving after an illness of three weeks.
Tho Washington Christian Church has
engaged Rev. Mr. Carpenter to preach
twice a month, we understand.
Mr. William Moran, formerly of this
county, who married recently in Flem
ing County, is now living at Marion, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Tuce Willett are enter
taining a fine son at their home on East
Fourth Btreet, Robert Lambden, born
Congressman Kehoe has introduced a
bill granting an increase of pension to
Margaret W. Royse. Also, a bill for the
relief of John Lamb.
Contractor Richard Dawson has com
pleted the Lee te building at Portsmouth,
and is now engaged on three other build
ings in that city.
A revival conduc ed by Evangelists
Potter and Seagle at Louisville has re
sulted in over 500 additions to the South
The nineteenth series of etock in the
People's Building Association ia now
open for subscriptions. Call on any of
the officers and take stock.
Among the appropriations the Secre
tary of the Treasury asks CongreES to au
thorize him to pay this fiecal year is $30
000 for Mayaville'a public building.
Messrs. J. P. Marshall, Ben P. Wood
and Harry L. Walsh were appointed
commissioners Monday by Judge Har
beson to select the grand and petit ju
rors for next term of the Circuit Court.
The protracted meeting at the First
Baptist Church continues to grow in in
terest. There have been seven additions
so lar. Rev. Dr. Ryland Knight ia an
eloquent and forcible speaker, and is de
livering strong discourses daily- Services
are held at 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. The pub
lic cordially invited.
The seat Bale for the Van Dyke and
Eaton Company will open at Ray's drug
storo Thursday morning. As usual with
popular priced attractions, two ladies or
one lady and one gentleman will be ad
mitted on one paid 30 cent ticket if pur
chased before 6 p. m. The company ia a
good ono. The opening play will bo the
five act comedy drama, "A Lion's Heart."
Mrs. Lucy A. Breeze, of near Mt. Car
mel, was called this week to tbo bedside
of her daughter, Mrs. George Johnson,
of the Sixth ward, who is very low with
The Woman's Foreign Missionary So
ciety of First M. E. Church, South, will
hold its regular monthly meeting to-morrow
(Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock in
the lecture room.
D. Hechinger & Co
We need your assistance this month to make 1903 a record-breaker
in our business career. "We feel it is not an
altogether unpardonable boast when we truthfully say
that if our December sales will be a shade more than nor
mal our volume of business for this year will exceed that
of all the other clothing houses combined In Maysvllle.
The reason is self-evident. Only high class merchandise
at the price of mediocre. This is what brings you to
our house. From now to the end of the month the stock
in all our departments must "go" and stand not upon the
order of "going."
For the Holiday Trade
A new line of Cravenette Coats, the handsomest we have
yet brought on. Smoking Jackets, House Coats, Bathing
Robes of the newest patterns and designs. Our Neck
wear, as always, the greatest line in town. Hats, Hose,
Gloves and Shirts of the kind you do not find elsewhere.
Don't Overlook tho Shoes We Sell!
They are the kind you feel safe in buying, because we
warrant every pair.
THE HOME STORE. C
The service at the First Baptist Church
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock is especially
for the school children of the city, and
all are asked to attend. Rev. Dr. Knu bt
will preach. Services also at 7 o'c ock
to-night. The public invited.
The L. and N. train Tuesday morning
had considerable trouble getting out to
the top of the hill. There was an extra
coach or two to accommodate the local
company of State Guarda who went to
Frankfort in command of Lieutenant J.
Allan Dodson, to attend the inaugural.
J. T. Kackley & Co. have been in busi
ness twenty-one years and they celebrate
the occasion by giving away their $325
Regina music box. A coupon with
every 10 cent purchase and over. Mub!c
box now on exhibition, aa well as the
largest and most artistic line of Christ
mas goods ever shown.
Miss Nannie Lee Downing, whose mar
riage to Mr. Thomas M. Metcalfe, will bo
solemnized to-morrow, is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reason Down
ing, of the county, and is a charming
young lady who has endeared herself to
a large circle of friends. Mr. Metcalfe ia
a son of Rev. Bel a Metcalfe, and is a
young man of many sterling qualities.
After the wedding, at tho homo of the
bride's parents, the happy couple will
leave for a visit to relatives in Northern
TWENTY-ONE YEARS WE HAVE BEEN
We celebrate the occasion by giving a free coupon
with every sale of 10c. or over on our $325 REGINA
MUSIC BOX. Now on exhibition, as well as the larg
est and most artistic line Christmas goodsfi
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Continuation of the Assignee's
OF THE BARKLEYSH0E COMPANY'S
Ladies' Bazaar Greeting.
To members of tho Central church
And all our friend both near and far,
Wo send our greeting ; also wo
Announce our annual Bazaar.
We ask your kind assistance now
That rfeh reward our work attend.
We'll thank you from our grateful hearts
And slug your praises without end,
If you will buy an articles
Of any kind, price, shapo or size,
Or patronize us in somo way
To help us In this enterprise.
We hope our friends will all respond
Buy needlo work both nice and haudy.
May each one who attends this salo
Take home at least a pound of candy.
There will be a meeting of the Board
of Education to-morrow (Thursday) even
ing at 7 o'clock at the Public Library to
act on the resignation of Prof. Sherwood.
Pan "kake" flour and syrup Calhoun's.
J. O. Stickrod and Miss Ethel McCarty,
a Fleming County couple, were married
at tbo St. Charles Hotel Tuesday by Rev.
The marriage of Mr. John B. Orr, of
the Public Ledger, and Miss Elizabeth
Sproemberg, will be solemnized this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of
the bride on Commerce street.
All styles, "best on earth," lowest prices, at
W. F. POWER'S.
A Few Prices io Show How Deep the Cuts Have Been Made
Men's good Boots,
Men's Arctics, x
Women's dove Grain Button Shoes,
Men's House Slippers, ....
General Reductions on the Entire Line Come Quick For Pick
We have too many wraps on hand. Our buyer, Mr.
F. Hays, couldn't resist the temptation to purchase
a big lot offered cheap all new, very latest styles.
$3 98, Sells at Other Stores for $6 00
$5 98, Sells at Other Stores for $10 00
$9 98, Sells at Other Stores for $15 00
Don't take our word for it, but look at them. A good
many have done that and purchased. We sold 27
"Wraps last Saturday.
HAYS & CO.
SPECIAL for Thursday and Friday Best Apron
Gingham 5c, Blue Calico 4Jc, heavy Brown Cot
E. A. ROBINSON, Assignee.
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