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I THE BEE HIVE I
$3 to St. Louis and
Would be awfully cheap, wouldn't it? But we do not believe that this rate would be
as cheap in proportion as Special Lots No. 5 and 6 which we offer on FRIDAY.
LOT NO. 5.
Ladies' Leather Hand Bags.
A manufacturer's surplus stock. We made the offer, the cash did the rest. New
and nobby. Everything right but the price 39c, worth 72c. to $1.25.
LOT NO. 6.
White Featherstitch Braid.
Full six yard pieces, worth from 15 to 20c. each, to go at the small sum of three
pieces for 25c.
Look out for Lot No. 7 it's a stunner.
Both old and young of moderate income have small rea
son for failing to dress with dignity and fashion when our Ro
chester made clothing can be bought at a cost not much, if any,
above that paid for ordinary made clothing. We show an elab
orate assortment of
in all manner of patterns, weaves and fabrics, all of the best
workmanship and molded into clean cut and graceful lines by
as expert tailors as can be found in this country.
In connection with the best clothing made in the coun
try, you have with us also the opportunity to buy the best
Men's and Boys' Shoes that are made.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods department is complete
with all that is desirable in Shirts, Underwear, Half Hos'e, etc;
Our line of Stetson Hats at $3, $4 and $5 show all the
new designs that the Stetson people, got out for this Spring.
IS SHOWING THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF SPRING WOOLENS FOR
Suits and Trousers
That can be found this aide of New York. Some foreign, some domestic, but all of
the very beat manufacture. I have added a new departure to my Merchant Tailor
ing, and believe have supplied a long felt want.
Created in the moat artistic faahiona at pricea that will fit as well aa the garmenta
ther buy are furnished now at this establishment.
Agenta for the celebrated Teasdale'a Dyeing and Gleanm? Works.
Chas. A. Walther
Merchant Tailor, 23 W. Second Street.
HON. JESSE ELLIS.
One of Aberdeen's Oldest Citizens Passed
. Away at an Early Hour This
Hon. Jesse Ellis, one of Aberdeen's old
and highly respected citizens, died short
ly after 1 o'clock this morning at his
home in that city. He had Buffered from
paralysis for several years.
Mr. Ellis was over eighty years of age,
and leaves three children Mayor Charles
Ellis of Aberdeen, Samuel who lives on a
farm near there, and Mrs. Katie Miller
of Peebles, 0. His wife, who was a Mies
Richards, survives him.
Deceased was a charter member of the
Aberdeen Masonic Lodge and was alao
a member of Maysville Commandery,
Knights Templar. The funeral will take
place Friday at 2 p. m. under the auspices
of these ordore. Interment in Charter
Mian Elizabeth Beat has returned
Miss BeaBio Prather of Mayalick ia
visiting at Milleraburg.
Judge Newell was in Covington Wed
nesday on legal business.
Mr. J. F. Barbour was in Covington
and Cincinnati Wednesday,
Editor Curran of Dovor spent Wed
nesday here with his mother and brothor,.
Mrs. H. L. Newell visited Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Thomson of Eiploy this
Miss Mamie Perkins of "Woodlawn"
. ie visiting the Misses Hauck o Forest
Mr. T. J. Farley of Vanceburg left for
homo this morning,after spending a few
days in Maysville.
Mr. Bruce Eaaton Is on the sick list.
0. H. P. Thomas
wine for sale.
& Co. have high
PainleBS extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart
moll's. Congressman Kehoe haa returned 'o
The Parker Club organized at Frank
fort baa over 100 members.
No cut.pricea by the day at Gerbrich'a.
He givea piano's value from start.
MiBS Kittie Yancey of Mayalick had
the misfortune this week to fall and
break one of her arms.
Mr, Wm. Carver is ill at his home on
- The venerable Mr. John Bannon is
very ill at his home near Mayalick.
' The 0. and 0. haa effected a loan of
$4,000,000 from New York bankera.
Mr. Emory McDowell, who has been
ill at his home for several weeks ia im
proving slowly, but is still confined to
Bishop Maes is presiding over a na
tional missionary conference this week
of leading Catholic dignitaries at Waah
Oacar A. Holmea of Conneraville, Ind ,
and Miss Ollie L. Brothers were married
last evening at the home of the bride in
Boy, not under fourteen, who iB willing
to work and anxious to learn the print
ing buainess, can find employment by
making application at the Bulletin omce.
Mrs. Amelia King has filed Buit at
Flemingsburg to have the 0. F. and A.
narrow-guago road placed in the hands
of a receiver to enforco the payment of
her judgment for $7,000.
With favorable conditions from this on
there will be a fine fruit crop. Peach,
pear, apple and plum trees will Boon be
a mass of blossoms. They are fully ten
days later blooming this year than in
1002 and 1903.
The district convention of the Chris
tian Churches will be hold in Maysville
in June, Mason, Bracken, Robertson,
Fleminc and Lewis counties compose
the district, and quite a large attendance
is anticipated at the two days session.
Judge Whitaker and family are mov
ing to-day from Forest avenue into the
Lowry residence on Plum Btreet.
Martha's Mills, Fleming County, were
destroyed by fire thia week, the less be
ing $4,000, with $2,000 inaurance.
Mr Wm. Sproemberg is improving
arid now able to ait up, after being con
fined to his bed eeveral weeka by an in-
1 1 i
Edward Forman and family and Mr,'
and Mrs. John Wilkerson have moved to
Maysville from Beechburg, Fleming
Mrs. Martin Bierley, who has been ill
some time, went to Cincinnati this
morning for treatment at one of the
The L. and N. for the fourth week in
March, as compared with the same period
laBt year, shows, a groaa increase in earn-
inga of $6S,331. '
Rev. B. F. Swindler has resigned as
paator of the Madison Avenue Baptist
Church of Covington and has received a
call from the church at Qwentou.
The State G. A. R. Encampment meets
at Frankfort May 25th-26th. Jos. Hei-
ser Post has indorsed B. B. Howotson of
Newport for Department Commander.
State Senator Cos, Mr. J. D. Dye and
Mr. John B. Shaw of this city and Mr.
W. J. McKeo of Greenup go to Louis
ville to-day to take the 32nd degree in
Waller Sharp of Bath County sold his
purchase of 600,000 pounds of tobacco to
the Continental at 11 cents. Congleton
& Co. of Carlisle also sold 600,000 pounds
to the same company.
A gentleman of an observing turn of
mind says the pesky English sparrows
are destroying peach buds. Judging by
the appearance of most of the trees,
however, there will be plenty left.
The funeral of the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wado Kean took place Wed
nesday afternoon at the homo of Mre.
Kean's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. L. Hill.
Interment in Mayaville Cemetery.
The business men of the city are in
vited to the Christian Church next Sun
day morning to hear a discourse by Rev.
fT. S. Buckingham on "Christ as a Man
of Busineaa." The subject is a new one.
Poyntz Bros, aro the only Mayaville
distillers Belling pure liquors by the
quart, gallon or barrel, direct from diB
tlllery to consumer. Seven-year-old
whisky $2 por gallon. Ago and quality
Guaranteed. Get the best. Office 126
Market street Watson's old stand.
WALL PAPER IDEAS
,c,jMFOR SEASON OF J904jtcM
The following papers can be had in our store cheaper than at Cincinnati, Ohio :
The Loire Crown Hangings.
The Mosque Crown Hangings, top and bottom.
The Kohinoor Crown Hanging.
The Moire Filler, with Athens Freize.
The Victor Applique Freize.
The Washington Freize for Moire.
Old styles and odd lots of paper at your own price, 3c. per roll of 8 yds.
Double face Shade.
Day's Diamond Paste for wall paper.
Call and see us.
J. T. KACKLEY& CO.
Our Photographs for $3 per doz. are large and good KACKLEY & CO.
Of every description. None better. None cheaper. All
lettering done with pneumatic tools &c&i&2tiCiiXi
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AAAAi WANA1A A Amv- w.,
HI Sutton Street.
Now is the time to take stock in the
thirtieth series Limestone Building Asso
Delicious, freah candiea, 10c. pound at
Have you seen the new combined Lif e,Health
and Accident contract issued by
the Travelers' Insur- - - i.
W. HOLTON KEY, Agent.
FRIDAY IS BARGAIN DAY
The New York Store
of HAYS & CO,
Our Millinery Department ia now complete, and we believe that
we place before the public a larger line of Hats than any store in Mays
ville. Our prices have been a revelation to the ladies. Wo have added
a complete assortment of flowers, foliage, etc. For Friday one bunch of
violets 7c, come and get ono. Now things in Ladles' Waists and bhlrt
waiat Suite, elegant Waists 49c, Ladies' Suits f 2 and $2.50, worth twice
as much. SADIES' UNDERWEAR.
A big line just received Gowns, Corsot Covers, Skirts, etc. Ele
gant Skirts and Gowns only 49c.
Ladies' low Shoes in ; price 49c on up. Best $1 Shoe in town, all
CARPETS AND MATTINGS.
Wo sold more Carpota ao far than last season, prices 10c. on up.
DRY GOODS, SILK, ETC.
Come to ub and we will save you money. Fine Jap Silk 49c. a