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title: 'The evening bulletin. (Maysville, Ky.) 1887-1905, December 31, 1904, Image 3',
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! The Home Store!
! THE BEE HIVE
J The Linen Sale 1
: Thousands of people are waiting for this sale. We searched every nook and 3
jg corner of the market to buy the best goods for the least money. We want this sale to 3
g be a great saving to every person. We started months ago to get ready. Our first 3
sg purchase was made last May. 'Whenever we found a great bargain we bought. Take 3
g: for instance No. 403 Linen, worth in any store in the country $1.25 per yard, in our 3
je: sale at 89c. Please look at it and compare with any $J.25 value anywhere. One large 3
at: department store in Cincinnati offered to take the entire lot, The sale starts Monday, 3
g January 2nd. AT 10 O'CLOCK EACH DAY we will sell 500 sample pieces of Linen 3
g good for napkins, towels and small fancy pieces. This sale will include 3
J: Table Linens, Napkins,
H Lunch Cloths,
lEr and 403.
jg: Also several hundred remnants of Table Linen, Crashes, White Goods, etc, that 3
-z have been left from the Holiday rush; some are soiled, but the price is, too. Even if you 3
are not interested come and look at 403. 3
Dollies, Butcher Linen, Bed Spreads,
Crashes, Hemstitch Scarfing, Sheets,
Linen Shooting, India Linen, Pillow Cases,
Irish Linen, . JLInen madras, Bolster Cases,
and 403. and 403. and 403.
TO ELECTRIFY TUE LINES.
Merger of Traction Roads With the Ohio
River and Columbus, Which Will
lie Extended to This
Georgetown (O.) TimeS-Democrat : "A
crowd of New York capitalists were here
last week looking over the railroad prop
erties in this section with a view to their
purchase and consolidation. The inspec
tion took in the O., G. and P., the O. R.
and O. and the 0. and . from Bethel to
Cincinnati. If the roads are taken over
by this party they will be consolidated
and put under one management. The
roadjrom hero east will be pushed on to
Portsmouth and from Sardinia to Wash
ington 0. H., and the whole system elec
trified." From another source it is learned that
the Ohio River and Columbus road which
now operates between Ripley and Sar
dinia is to be extended to this city from
Ripley and to Washington C. H. from
Sardinia, and electrified.
The new system covers about 173 miles
of track, and would be the only means
for people to reach Cincinnati from Ports
mouth and Maysville by trolley cars.
Mrs. Louis K. Parry entertained her
Sunday Echool class of ten boys at her
home Friday afternoon. During a game
of catcher her eleven-year-old eon, James
Needham, had his right arm broken.
Hainline's toys are opened. Come and
Mr. David L. Hunter sold his crop of
t ibacco to Thomas L Best at 12 cents.
Mr. Richard Dawson and family have
moved to Portsmouth, where Dick has
been contracting for several yeare.
i ,.i i i
Mr. Elmer Buntin and Miss Claude
Ralls, a runaway couple from Carlisle,
were married in the parlors of the Reed
Hotel at Lexington Thursday afternoon.
The Manistee, Wis., Advocate says of
"The Mummy and the Humming Bird,"
the attraction at the Washington, Mon
day January 9: "The play is constructed
upon lines which permit of the best dra
matic work and the company ia excep
tionally well balanced."
Third Street M.
services at 10:30,
"Source of Fresh
v'..'i ; i
special interest to
worth League at G:
school at 0:30 a. m
E. Church Morning
subject of sermon,
Impulse of a . New
'Making a Life," of
young people. Ep-
15 p. m, and Sunday
AH are invited.
Mr. George Barker, an aged citizen cf
the Fifth ward, died at 1 o'clock this
morning of heart trouble at the home of
his son Luc'ten in Fifth ward. He had
been critically ill about a week. Funeral
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock from
the residence. Services by Rev. MueBel
man. Burial under auspices of G. A. R.
of which deceased was a member.
. ..-.I--.- -JI .1 l. A.AA -rt .ii-
iney are mure uuiicmu mm ro ueucr umu uiuukcb. iu wc ur
ferlng some extra Grape Fruit. Malaga Grapes aud Mveet Florida
Oranges. Crisp Lettuce, Caullflower,,Celery and the finest lot ol
canned Asparagus, Beets, I'earSfOkraStilugless Beans and Lima
Beans In the city. Commence the New Year right and order your
umuur iruui us
Opposite Optra Hou.
Gt- W- GEISEL.
! 15 Per Cent. Discount 3
On all cisli purchases of furniture between now And
January 7, 1905, we will allow a discount of 15 nor
cent, and also givo Glove Stamps.
This is extremely liberal, but wo want to Iceep
busy. AVo have seven clerks idle, and it is quite dis
couraging to see them sitting around sucking their
Mr. Geo. V. Wood left this morning
Mr.W. S. Jtffers of Yauceburg was
in town Friday.
Mr. B W. Goodman was at Flem
Judge Thos. R Phister was at Flem
ingsburg Wednesday on legal business.
Mr. D. O, Frrzeo and wife of Lexintr
ton are spending a few dajs here with
Misa Blanch Hanson of Germantown
is the guest of the Misses Haughaboo of
Mies Theresa Faber of Newport is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Harting of
West Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. E Iward L. Cablish of
Covington are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Cablish of Forest avenue.
Misses Lyde and Florence Rogers are
guests of Miss Gertrude Renick at Paris.
Mies Renick gave a six o'clock dinner
Wednesday in honor of her guests.
Messrs. James O'Hearn of Indianap
olis and John O'Hearn of Joliet, 111., have
returned after a visit to their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John O'Hearn of Aberdeen.
Messrs. John Dulev, W. H. Means,
D. Hechingtr, Win. frouta, Ohas. F.
Mack, Harvey G. Wells and J. Barbour
Russell were at Flemingaourg Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Chunn have ar
rived at Chattanooga on a visit to their
eon, T. Reed Chunn, of the Chattanooga
Mill and Mine Supply Company. They
will later continue their trip to Florida
and other southern points.
Ten and 13 cent hams Calhoun's.
Chenault Dearing, son of Captain W.
G. Dearing of FlemingBburg, has been
appointed to the cadetohip at the Anna
polis Naval Academy by Congressman
The old roliab'e Mason County Build
ing and Saving Association have opened
their books for subscription to the thirty
eight series. Apply to Thomas M. Rus
sell or R. K. Iloeflich.
WE SACRIFICE PROFITS
to got them busy and incidontallyget some cash. This jg
g liberal discount applies to every piece of Furniture in
our house. Investigation profitable. It will pay you jg
jj"" to investigate this.
WINTER'S WHITE. PALACE,
gE MAYSVILLE, KY"
- Wo give Globo Stamps. Thoso good Stamps.
Governor Beokham has announced the
appointment of Judge Robert L. Stout
of Woodford County as Circuit Judge of
the Fourteenth Judicial district to sue
ceed Judge James E. Cantrill, who has
been elevated to the bench of the Court
Mr. Fulton Redden, an employe of tl o
Keystone Commercial Company, and
Miss Goldie Friatoo, a popular young
girl, both of this city, were married Fri
day morning at 10 o'clock at Lexington
by Rev. I. J. Spencer at his residence.
They went up on tho morning train and
returned last night.
The funeral of Editor M. F. Marsh will
be from the Christian Church to-morrow
afternoon instead of the residence as at
first decided upon. The services will be
by Rev. Moss and the burial is to be un
der the auspices of the various societies
to which deceasod belonged. Interment
in Maysvillo cemetery.
All of the best makes of Stoves
and Ranges sold by
W. F. POWER, th Stove Man.
W ssoa0O0e0teo9S8eo9eosce3eseo0a8oaoea0 v
Q fFfc 11 &
We are now going through
our stock arranging for our
annual invoice. Where we
find two or three suits or a
few overcoats of lots that
are almost closed out we
lay them aside. We will
be in shape to show them
to-day. If you find your
size you will secure a bar
gain. That's all'jtiX'jt-jt-jt
BLANK BOOKS FOR 1905.
011h find e ds lob loU market! down Exdeblt Legders (or Itcmmlztng on your
"ledger, riaves uuiu and bookkeeping- Begin the now year with new books.
PLAY GAMES-CUT PRICES.
Crnklnolo Boards from 50c to 82.50. The Great Panic Game 25. Subscribe for Maga
zines now. Kead the newstorlec We will meet any club combination published.
Frlco list free on application. Ladtcs'Home Journal aud Saturday Evening Post
both fur $;! 25 for a year. Vo will furnish any periodical published.
J. T. KACKLEY& CO.
Club Skates, prices from 0"c to S i 50 per pair.
Consult your own interest and see us before
oiacing your order for cemetery work of any
kind. Work done with pneumatic toolset
GARNETT MARBLE-CO., JJJ Sutton st.
Are wbhed a very happy and prosperous New Year by your friends,
J. JAS. WOOD & SON.
Call for a package of almanacs and calendars free.
Now iB your opportunity to get a stylish,
up-to-date Coat at a very low price ; we
bought too many because they were
cheap and now wo are stuck. Come in
and look at these. Remember you have
three month's Oloak weather before you.
Price $2.98 on Up.
Sixteen long Trimmed Coats, all sizes;
$12 values, now S 0 75.
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SAT
URDAY Best Table Oilcloth 17c; fine
Black Fur Scarf 90c; Brown Golf Gloves
25c; White Mercerized Golf Gloves 25c.
HAYS & CO
New York Store.
1 iff j V ' 1
i J$m .