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Some Sweeping Reductions.
"We know it to be greatly to your advantage and believe it to be a good advertisement
for us to give you the benefit of price reductions while the goods are still seasonable and
just when you need them. If s gift-hunting time, too, and you'll find it io your profit to
note the following tempting reductions: Ten different styles of all. wool 3JWn'cK plaid
Dress Goods that sold frdm 59c. to 65c. hive been redticed to 39c. the yard. We have
still on hand about forty ladles' trimmed Hats we fjad several hundred- every one of 'em
this season's creation, elegantly trimmed and finished. Your choice at 20 per cent, dis
count or one fifth off of the price. Fifteen styles of new Mercerised Slits that sell ordinar
ily at 35c. have been reduced to 24c. the yard. Our line of fancy Taffeta. Silks this
season is by all odds the finest in this community. The stock stiil comprises riiariy of the
choicest selections, mostly in single waist lengths only. For this week your choice of any
of them at a discount of 10 per cent. Don't miss this opportunity. Other reductions that
we cannot mention here. All prices marked in plain figures.
Right Styles and Prices of.,,.
There is a decided style about this season's Jacket. You want either the short cut
garment or the Automobile. Don't be led into the belief that the styles have not changed.
Our stock contains nothing but new garments. You'll find here the right cut, the proper
finish and the best values for the lowest prices. Jackets in black, blue, pearl and castor, all
lir.ed throughout, from $3.95 to $16.50. Misses' garments from $1.50 to $8.50. Collar
ettes and Capes from $1.50 to $15.
PROPRIETORS OF THE BEE HIVE,
KINGS OF LOW PRICES
$2 (i!) Frankfort and Koturn.
On Hccount. t f inauguration of Gov.
Beckham the L. and N. will sell round
trip ticket to Franbftrt for morning
trains Dec 10th and 11th at $2m R
turn limit Dec 12th.
O. H. P. ThouiaR & Co., Nob. 1:20 to 124
Market street, hdaysville, Ky., fell our
"Old-time Bourbon" and "Old Maypville
Club Rye" whiskies, direct from our dis
tillery, by the qunrt, gallon or barrel.
These goods are guaranteed pure, and
aro the finept in th State.
Tub H. E. Poguk Dhtp,i.kky Co.
A Granddaughter of the Late Junies II.
Mall .Married at Atlanta, (la.,
The marriage of Miss Edna Miller and
Mr. Joseph Raine, Jr., occurred Thurs
day night at the First Methodist Church,
TJev. J. E, Dickey performing the im
pressive ceremony. The church was fill
ed to its utmost capacity by the hundreds
of friend of the happy young couple.
The bridal tableau made an exquisite
picture the girls in their airy yellow and
Tthite costumes and the bride in her
net satin robe all pictured against
the altar background of luxurious
palms with two clusters of handsome
chrysanthemums. The -ceremony was
followed by a large reception at the resi
dence of the bride's parents. The hand-
seme and commodious home opened in
wide hospitality. FlowerH and ferns and
palms made it the more beautiful ; and
as for the bride's table, it was a perfect
picture in its soft yellow color effect.
Capt. and Mrs. Miller entertained their
friends with delightful hospitality. Mrs.
Miller, looking hardly less young than
her bride daughter, wore a handsome
gown of jetted lace over white silk. Mrs.
J. S. Raine, molher of the bridegroom,
trae notably handsome in gray silk with
trimming of point lace.
Mr.Raine and his lovdy young bride
left for a wedding journey North.
The bride is the eldest child of Capt.
and Mrs. John A. Miller and is still very
young. Mies Miller has had all the ad
vantages of position and wealth and has
Mr. Raine, the youngest eon of Capt.
and Mrs. Joseph 6. Raine, is prominently
connected with tho insurance business
In Social Circles.
Mr. Henry Wadsworth entertained last
evening with an 8 o'clock dinner which
surpassed anything here, in the social
way, we have known in quite n while.
Covers were laid for ten, and the repast
wad heartily enjoyed by Miss Mattie
Wadsworth, Mrs. William N. Stockton,
Wins Catherine Poyntz, Miss Faunie
Froscee, Miss Louise Poyntz and Meeare.
Ifcob. BiBBctt, Rees Kirk, Will Trouta,
Mr. Powell, of Alabama, and W. Henry
Make your Christmas money. Dress
a-doll ; earn 55. See Kackley & Co.
Tortured a Witness.
Intense suffering was endured by wit
ness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ky., before
ko gave this evidence : "I coughed Avery
night until my throat was nearly raw;
then tried Dr. King's New Discovery
which gavo instant relief. I have used
it in my family for four years and recom
mend it as the greatest remedy for
Roughs, colds and all throat, chest and
lung troubles. It will stpp the worst
cough, and not only prevents but abso
lutely cures consumption. Price 50o. and
h Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot
tles free at J. Jns. Wood & Son's drugstore.
Ralston Health Food, oats and flour
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Georjre Schroe
der, a daughter.
Rev. J. O. A. Vaught is engaged in a
meeting at Somerset.
The Aid Society oSthe First Baptist
Church will serve lunch during the to
Sixty Baloon keepers wore fined $10
and costs in the Police Court at Padu-
cih for selling on Sunday.
Holiday goods opening at J. T. Kack
ley & Co.'8 next Friday. Music by their
celebrated $300 Regina music box.
Thieves stole seven tit hogs from
Charlton Alexander's farm near Hutch
inson, Bourbon County, Monday night.
Thb meeting at the Broadway Chris
tian Church, Lexington, conducted by
Elder George Darsio, tf Frankfort, closed
with forty-two additions.
Postmaster Bosley and his assistant,
Sherman Stivers, of Paris, have been ar
rested by U. S. efffoers, their trouble
pro wingoutof shortages in their accounts.
Rear Admiral Frank G. McNair, who
died at Washington, D. C, last week,
was a relative of Hon. John W. Yerkep,
of Danville. He was next in rank to
The young ladies of tho Central Pres
byterian Church invite you to visit their
bazar on Thursday and Friday of next
week in the room on Second street for
merly occupiid by Mr. Ranson as a shoe
Wo have so many, useful and beautiful
articles in sterling silvor,'cut glass, bric-a-brac,
&o., suitable for wedding presentc
Among our great variety tojehoose from
you cannot fail to. find just what you
want. Ballkngkr, jeweler andjoptician.
Poyntz Bros, are the only Maysville
distillers selling pure liquors by the
quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis
tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old
whisky $2 per gallon. Avge and quality
guaranteed-. Get the beat. Office 120
Market street Watson's old stand.
A tobacco barn filled with new tobacco,
situated a few miles out of Mt. Olivet
and belonging to J. W. Holmes, a to
bacco merchant of that place, was burned
early Saturday morning, entailing a loss
of about $l,2f0, partly covered by insur
ance. Origin of lire not known.
A Woman's Awful l'eril.
"There is only one chance to save your
life arid that is through an operation,"
were tho startling words heard by Mrs.
I. B. Hunt of Lime Ridge, Wis , from her
doctor after he had vainly tried to cure
her of a frightful case, of stomach trouble
and yellow jaundice. Gall stones had
formed and she constantly grew worse.
Then she began to use Electric Bitters
which wholly cured her. It's a wonder
ful stomach, liver and kidney remedy.
Cures dyspepsia, loss of appetite. Try
it. Only 50c. Guaranteed. For-saloby
J,- Jns Wood & Son, druggists.
We have now about three
weeks left to sell our winter
Whilst we have sold more
goods during the year than ever
before in the history of our bus
iness, the unusual mild weather
we had this fall and winter
finds us overloaded with heavy
Suits and Overcoats. We can
not afford to carry them over
to next winter. We are going
to sell them. They will go,
and not stand. on the order of
going. Quoting prices in news-
papers is but a poor index to the
public. You know what kind
of merchandising we sell,
COME AND SEE
WE WILL MAKE
TO UNLOAD OUR
The reduction sale will begin
December 1st, and will continue
as long as the public wants to
buy better goods for less money
than they can find elsewhere.
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR
They are the best in the coun
try. Our" line of John B. Stetson
Hats and Manhattan Shirts
(both lines direct from the man
ufacturers) command your most
New York Store
IHAYS & COiii
Is offVring great bargains in thp different department!?.
Reductions have been made on Ladies' Wraps, Capes, Jackets and
Todies' Black Cloth Capes 79c, worth $1 50.
Lh dies' etyliah Jackets J3.98.
Ladies' elegant Jackets $4.75, worth fS.
Fur Scaif $1.25, well worth $2 50.
Higher grades very cheap.
We Art Headquarters on Ladies' and Gent's
We give you b-tter value than any store in town. Our Underwear
business this penson has been immenp1. See our Ladies' Vests, heavy
quality, only 12 cents. Men's heavy Undershirts 24 cents.
Cheaper than ever. See our Ladies' and Men's Shoes, 9Sc. Best custom
niadti Ladies' goods $2.25.
HAYS & CO.
P. S. We give rebate stamps. Ask for them.
The party who took umbrella from
fence in- front of my residence Tuesday
about noon was seen and will save trouble
and humiliation by returning it at one.
Jambs II. HaiiL.
Ohenpwoth's Headache Cure will cure
all headaches. Trice 10 and 25 cents.
Mcllvain & Humphreys,
PARKER BUILDING, SUTTON ST.,
We sell nothing but
RELIABLE GOODS at
It will pay you to call and examine our extensive stock of goods when you need anything
in the FURNITURE line.
Oar Undertaking; Department
is unsurpassed in its thorough equipment, and is in charge of an experienced
and careful Undertaker and Embalmer. The handsomest rubber-tired funeral
car in this section.
BSTFUKN1TUKK OF Abb KINDS REPAIRED. Mattresses made to ordr.
Hundreds testify to the wonderful
HAY FEVER and
And all kindred complaints, due to an ex
cess of uric acid in the blood. It accom
plishes its wonderful results first, by purify
ing the blood and counteracting the existing
poisons; second, by toning up the kidneys,
liver and stomach, and thus enabling them
to dispel all foreign and unnatural secretions.
Don't delay. At this time of the year every
thing is conducive to these distressing and
treachorous diseases. At the first symptom
take this famous medicine. You will find
it almost miraculous in its action and positive
in its good results.
For sale by Henry W. Ray, J. James Wood
& Son and Thomas J. Chenoweth, drug
gists, Maysville, Ky.
THE LADY DENTIST,
Has located permanently tn Maysvlllo when
slie has opened a dental parlor. All kinds 01
blgh class painless dentistry done In tbe most
artistic and scientific manner. PRICES RIGHT.
Gold crowns and brldro work J5 to 810. Best
8Ct of teoth on rubber $5 to 915. Gold fillings V
and up. w-offlco: No. iMJ-J West 8- cond street.
rni'RKEYS-Tl'RKEYS-Hold your turkeys for
JL a :ew iays. vaiun itns aqvcrtiement lor
tho time to bring them In to us. HRIGHTMAN
HROS,, Wall street. E. L. Manchester, Manager.
FOU WEST OK 8ALE-Thlrty aeres of well
Improved land, including a general htoro
room, on Mlllcreek and Mt. Gllead turnpike.
Apply to ANNA T. HORD AND 81STER.
TOU ItENT Four room Hat for rent over 1'. J.
Murphy's old jewelry store. Entranco prl
vate. Apply to ERNIE Willi E. U-dtf
TRIOR KENT Tho room now ocoupled by A.
L Clooiicv as a Jewelry storo. Annlv to ERNIE
1710K KENT Two dwulllugs, lour aud six
J rooms each. All modern Improvements.
Limestone and Filth. Apply to ERNIE WHITE.
Possess an indescribable some
thing which stamps them as
"high class." It is the result of
tailoring art applied by tailor
ing brains to the best tailoring
materials. Thus they teem with
a character entirely their own.
Their designs are original, their
prettiness exclusive; they pos
sess a chic and stylishness which
cannot be imitated. They please
the eye. They satisfy the mind.
They are made to wear. They
are of artistic designings. Bold
color contrasts, choice concep
tions, dependable materials, rich
blendings, superior workman
ship. Cut and fitted by the best
cutters in the world. Sold on
their merits at prices that defy
EOUND-Tucsday, a door Key attached to
safety pin. Call at this oftlcu. G-dUt
See Ray's lino of fine chocolate candies.