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The evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville, Ky.) 1887-1905, August 01, 1903, Image 4

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Freezer . It runs so easy, freezes quickly and costs no more than the other kind
THREE-FOURTHS OF THE COST OF PAINTING your house goes for labor; only one-fourth for the material. You may not have to paint it again for
years if you are careful to get the best. We arc manufacturers' agents PBJIllIf flllfCIJC U JLDFtUf 11 DC? ffRABJI LMV
for the United States Paint Co., whose goods have proved so economical. FrlAllfV Ulf&Ild rlArfUflAnE. lUlf!rANY
Bigger, Greater Grander, Better!
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AUGUST 19, 20, 21, 22.
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Positively the greatest fair ever held in this section, and eclipses all previous fairs. More features offered than to be
seen at all other fairs combined.
A liberal premium list covering all classes of stock.
Hear WEBER'S PEERLESS MILITARY BAND of twenty-five soloists.
See the famous Bicketts, Aerialists supreme. (
Kennedy Bros. Wild West and Roman Hippodrome, Roman Chariot and Standing Races.
Make your arrangements to come, for you can't afford to miss this the big event of the year.
JCRemember the parade on the first day going to be bigger and better than ever before.
Cheap excursion rates over L. and N. R. R. and C. and O. R. R.
Write for Catalogue.
THOS. A. DAVIS, President,
L. H. HAMILTON, Secretary.
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This day diepoeed of our dry goods business to Messrs. D. Hunt & Son, after a busi
ness career of eifihty-four years, and take this opportunity of thanking our custo
mers for their generous patronage, whose kindly associations will bo long remem
bered by us. Some of you have been our customers through three generations.- 'It
is a Bource of regret to us to break these ties. Through the generosity of the
Messrs. Hunt we will have our office at the old stand until August 1st, -where set
tlements of accounts can be made. After that date all accounts will be placed in
the hands of a collector. We bespeak for the new firm a generous share of your
patronage. Very respectfully,
1 - - July.15, 1G03.
Five miles of the Ohio River and Oo
ln'mbua Railroad extending south from
Georgetown ia now ready for the track.
The grade for two miles below Ripley is
also completed.
II. W. ReeB has qualified aB adminis
trator of 0. W. Collins, with J. A. Col
lins surety. Henry Bees, 0. 0. Arthur
and Edw. Herndon were appointed to
appraise the personal estate.
River News.
The Queen City was aground in the
mud below Sewickly at laBt accounts.
The Virginia, of the Pittsburg and Cin
cinnati Packet Company, was pulled out
at the Cincinnati Marine Railway dry
docks for a complete overhauling, and
when completed will be as good as a new
The signal of all the Pittsburg com
bine tewboats is one long blast of the
whistle and three Bhort ones. When in
distress three short and one long blast
is the signal. This was the signal of the
Walton boats, and the signals of all other
towboatB have been abolished that went
into the combirie.
Owing to the peculiar season, it is said
to be very difficult to get tobacco in case.
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G I ve your order now. Looking forward and do
it now. Buy from your homo agent.
Victor Ball Ecarifi,l warranted for fifteen
years. Call and see sample. Thirty yeais hon
orable record and thousand upon thousands of
J. T. Kaokley & Co.
TT7" ANTED Saddle makers at once KBIE
W QER & MILLER, Loukville, Ky. 31-dGt
"ir ANTED A second-hand Invalid's chair, for
YV a poor crippled girl. Must be cheap. T,
8. BUCKINGHAM, 208 &cond street, Maysville.
Phone 821. 5Q-d2t
T" OST Tuesday mornlnir a Dalr of cold SDecU
JLi cles, between my residence and the resi
dence of Mrs. Harriet Cook. Suitable reward for
return of same to me. MRS. ABNER IIORD,
LOdT On Front, Marjcet or (Second streets, a
small stick pin ; gold, in shape of wishbone
and having an unpolished peail set. Finder
please return to office of Bulletin and receive
reward. 16-dtf
Park's Flill Camp Meeting.
On above account the L. and N. railroad will
sell round trip tickets to Parks Hill 'Aug. 6th to
ICth at 0 cts., return limit Aug. 17th. On Sun
days, Aug. 9th and 16th, rpeclal trains leave
Maysville at 8 a. m. and 6:16 p. m returning
leave camp grounds at 4:15 p. m. and 9 p. m.
Round trip tickets 75 cents, good on special
trains on date of sale only.
Elks Fairs Maysville.
On above account the L. and N. railroad will
sell round-trip tickets to Maysville at one fare
August 19th to 22nd ; return limit August 24th.
No tickets sold for less than 0 cents. August
21st and 22ad a special train will leave Paris at 11
a. m. Returning special will leave Maysville at
7 p.m.
Lexington Dorse Show and Carnival.
For above occasion the L. and N. railroad will
sell round trip tickets to Lexington Aug. ICth to
15th Inclusive, at U SI. Return limit Aug. lfth.
Mr. Geo.
eick list.
Burrows continues on the
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Camp Meeting,
July 23 9 August 3, ."'
Rev. Dr. Blodgett, of 81. Taul's Church, Cincin
nati, O., will deliver his lecture-on "Ttio Man of
Galllleo" on Saturday, July 23th, and also preach
on tho first Sunday, and Rev. E. 8. Dunham, of
Delaware, O., the noted evangelist, will bo pres
ent during the. entire meeting. During the
meotlng tho ministers of the Covington and .Uh
lan d districts will be beard.
Miss Annie Galllmore, of India, will have
charge of the children's services. B. K. Muse
will lead the singing. Miss Cruse, of Latonia,
Ky., will be the organist The Presiding Elders,
F. W. Harrqp of tho Covington and J. R Howes
of the Ashland districts, will be in chargoof all
the services.
The hotel will be In charge of Hamrlck i.
Plummer; confectionery, Henderson & Dale,
Btablo, baggage room and barber shop, Owens
WalllnRford & Co. The police will be in charge
of Deputy Sheriiniendrixson. ,
Round trip fare from Maysville, 75c.
For particulars concerning rooms and cottages
apply to I. M. Lane, Maysville, Ky.
Any one too poor to pay gate fee to be admitted
You Have Got the Money!
We have got the
Give us a trial and be convinced.
Brick, Lime, Sand
and Salt.
Agents for the famous Alabaster Plaster.
Maysville Coal Co.
We r.nrfi OAnffT irlthnnf th.knii. it n....
paln. Have cured over twentv ojusVn'itV.n
Pnniy Lnrin8 the last ten years. We send a
method Of tntmont Will l. -.. i. w"
Geo.S.Bosser of this paper. eeldonW. Bramel!
Wedonia.Ky., Mrs. Joel T. Lun.an,Mt Carml
Write iwffii book rtotS:' " JWU W8U Ulem
Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, 0.
Shoes at Dan Cohen's
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We must make room, and if low prices and good goods will make it, we will
have room. Saturday and all next week we will show you the best goods we
have ever had, and at prices that are doing the shoe husines at our Cincinnati
and Covington stores. Come and see that no one else has such good shoes for
so little money. Extra special in this lot,
Men's Patent Colt Skin Blucher Oxfords,
Worth $3.50, This Sale $1.98.
0f fLlquH Galte. Wears like iron, 'ft
makes old floors, front doors, woodwork, oU
cloths, linoleum and furniture like new.
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Come and see the goods and if they are not the best you ever bought for twice
the price, donft buy them. Large lot of fine Shoe Polish.
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rlH lYI LHll Om Dan Cohen's Great Western Shoe Store!
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Dentist. J
Take an Accident
and a Health Policy With
W.H.Key. H
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For Bbnt An oxcollont room.c)i-
trally located, suitable for office or light
work. Apply at' BtiLtETWoffiot.

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