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. ii W .? fc O-v. l k The Bee Hivell Our Mr. Merz is now in N. Y. Ang special orders he 3 will gladly fill. 31 THEM FALL SKIRTS 1 oMotjtHAVE ARRIVEDdMj, Grammatically, wrong is this sentence, but flawless are tbeaeskirts. They fit. They hang gracefully. They are pretty. They are stylish. They are made right. The look right. They are right. And you will be right in fashion if you wear a Bee Hive Walking Skirt. A large stock from which to make a selection. Prices as usual. No wonder our clerks smiled when they saw these skirts, for they well know with such a lino it will bo easy Belling for thorn this fall. P. S. Wednesdag, Thursday, Friday and Saturday are remnant days. jVLEEZ BROS i KINGS OF LOW PRICES -PROPRIETORS BEE HIVE. ? ?iUllUlUllllUUliUIUUIUIUiUUIlUUUIUUUUUUUIUUUUiU BIG POULTRY PRIZES. Thousand Dollars in Cash Will be Distribu ted at the State Fair Also Fine Prizes For Belgian Hares, and the Greatest Pigeon Show Ever Held in South. I The poultry and Belgian hares and pig eon shows at tho Kentucky State Fair in Owensboro, the week of September 21st, will be the largest ever held south of the Ohio river. Mr. John H. Good is Su perintendent of the Poultry Department, and Mr. 0. Stanley Sale, of the Pigeon Department. The services of Mr. Theo dore Howes, of Indianapolis, have been secured as judge of the Poultry Depart ment. He is an expert judge of Btand-ard-bred poultry. The total amount of premiums for the department, is $1,000, aB follows: Breeding pen, first, $3; sec ond, $1; singlebirds,first,$2; second, $1. Breeding peas must be made in a separ ate entry. There will be ajjpecial build ing for poultry, pigeons and Belgian hare?. All breeders should make an ef fort to Bhow, their bird's and hares, as it will be both an honor and an advertise ment to win in such competition. ' Mr. Sale has arranged for a pigeon show that is attracting national interest. Remember that a dozen of the very finest ainusemoSt attractions have been secured for the State fair and that they are free to all who enter the gates of the fair grounds. For all information and for catalogues, entry blanks, etc., addrees, Secretary, L. B. Shropshire, room 26, Board of Trade Building, Louisville, Ky. Information Wanted as to Graves of Con federate Soldiers. Information in regard to Confederate soldiers graves in Mason, Bracken and Fleming counties ia moat earnestly so licited. I paiticularly desire to know their number, places and condition if marked or unmarked especially those in private or country burying grounds or on farms. Any intelligence pertain ing to such graves will be most gratefully received. Address all communications to MrB. Thomas J. Ohenoweth, Maysville, Ky. Hainline sells wall paper cheap. Armour's canned meats Calhoun's. See Hamilton piano, from Gerbrich, at fair. Mr. A. J. McDouglo has the thanks of the Bulletin' for some fine samples of the Duchess pear. For Rent An excellent room, cen trally located, suitable for office or light work. Apply at Bulletin office. Miss Alice Chamberlain, formerly of this city, is critically ill with typhoid fever at her home in Dayton, 0. The gross receipts of the fair week for tho Murray Comedy Company at the opera house amounted to $875.15. Mr. Henry Ray, State Representative of the Jr. 0. U. A. M will leave for Bal timore, Tuesday to attend the National Grand Council. First proclamation of the marriage of Mr. James Korwin and MisB Mary Ellen Brown wna announced at St. Patrick's Church Sunday morning. i The Bacrament of confirmation will be given by Right Rev. Bishop Maes, of Covington, in St. Patrick's Church, this city, Friday, September 18. i i 0 The Bulletin is indebted to M. 0. Wilson, Secretary of the Vanceburg Fair Company, for a complimentary to the first fair at that place on Sept. 17th-19tb, inclusive. Three good rains fell at Mayslick and beyond last week, while at Washington the ground waanl wet a half inch, and at Lewisbnrg' and Orangeburg thero was but very little. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Pearce have sold their handsome two-story frame resi dence on south side of Second atreet, be tween Commerce and Poplar, to Mr. James Childs for $1,900. Tho Republican county convention Sat urday afternoon instructed' for Hon. Wm. H. Cox for State Sonator, Edward Dautr, of Bracken, for Commonwealth's Attor ney, and Judge Bennett, of Greenup, for Circuit Judge. The district convention meets at Vanceburg Wednesday. THE ELKS FAIR. ummnmmmmmtmmwi! ! Walk-Over I i shoes Capture first premium wherever shown. This -J y-" line was awarded the grand prize at the Paris ex- Z 4 position as the best --g $3.50 and $4.00 1 g men's shoe in the world. They make a valuable g SH addition to our matchless line of Tilt's finer goods. p IBARKLEY'S! -WEXCLUSIVELY-W 5 It Was a Success Financially. Basest Crowd of Week Out Saturday. oov Probably Last Fair On Present Grounds, as New Owner Nought Land For Otber Purposes. The crowd at tho Elks fair Saturday was the largest of the week, and the fair was a success financially. The display of live stock was one of the best ever seen on the grounds. In one of the rings, that for the best saddle horse, mare or gelding, the judges were nearly an hour tying the ribbons. They could not agree and a fourth had to be called in to sottle it. Following ia a list of the successful exhibitors for the day: COMBINED-flOHSES. dorse, mare or gelding, (our years and over, $10 j Ware tt Polndexter, Cynthlana. Horse, marc or gelding, three years and over, SlO; J.L. Horton, Paris. Dest mare and two colts, SlO; J.L.Owens, Flcmlngsburg. Best suckling colt, any sex, first premium, SJO ; W. H. Berry, Mt. Olivet; second, S5; lomlln & Teed, Mt. Olivet. Ill'LM, COW? AND CALVES. Best bull, any age or breed, first premium, S20 ; O. Q. Callahan, Helena ; second, S3 ; Alex. Duke, Mayslick. Best cow, any ace or breed, first premium, S20 ; O. G. Callahan, Helena ; second, S3; same. I)3st suckling ralf, any sex, under nine months old, first premium, SJO; Alex. Duke, Mayslick, second, S3; 0. 0. Callahan, Helena. Best Jersey cow, 810; "Highland Dairy," J. K. Davis, Maysville. Best pacing mare or gelding, S15 ; Thelse Owens, Washington. Best road maro or gelding, looks, pleasant handling qualities, count as much as speed, first premium, S20; C. W. Boss, of Felicity, O.; sec ond, SlO, Bigger. & Anderson, Maysville ; third, S3, Feagin Bros., Brooksvllle. Best saddle horse, mare or gelding, first pre mIum,S30; Ward it Berry, Cynthlana. second, S25; same; third, S15; Donnell Bros , Carlisle ; fourth, $10; G. K. Winter, Maysville. Coach gelding, SlO; Blggers & Anderson, Mays ville. Coach mare, SlO; fomlln & Peed, Mt. Olivet. Best harness maro or guiding, first premium, 20; Blggers & Anderson; second, S3; Ward it Berry, Georgetown. Best walk, trot or canter horse, mare or geld ing', first premium, $20; Fcagln llros ; second, S3 ; Ward it Berry. This will probably prove tho last fair on the present grounds, as it is said to be the intention of the new owner, Mr A. C. Sphar, to establish a big brick plant in the grounds. However, parties interested in the electric railway have been making an effort to secure the ground, and if they should succeed it is safe to say the fairs will continue. But if they should fail to eflect a deal for the grounds, it is said to be the intention of some parties to establish a fair ground on land near the old race track south of the Sixth ward. That the fair is a big thing for the Btreet railway is shown by the number of pas sengers carried last week. On Wednes day the cars handled, in round numbers, about 2,700 passengers ; Thursday,;! 300; Friday close to 4,500, and on Saturday about 5,500 -about 10,000 during tho fair. Mrs. Lee B. Gray is thought to bo im proving elowly after an illness of lour weeks. Mrs. Ella Parry, formerly of Washing ton, mother of Mr. Jj. K. Parry, of this city, is critically 111 at the home pf her son Thomas W, in KansasCity, as a re suit of a stroke of paralysis. No hopes are entertained of her recovery. A dog thought to be sufl'dring from hydrophobia was killed at Aberdeen Sat urday after it bit Mayor O. O'EUis and Messrs. A. T. Boswell, Otis Sutton, 'and Joseph Waldron. The parties 'bitten should test the mad stone owned by the Leo family near Kectorville. Poyntz Bros, are the only Maysville distillers Belling pure liquors by tho quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis tillery to consumer. Seven-year-old whisky $2 per gallon. Age and quality guaranteed. Get the best. Office 120 Market street Watson's old stand. Waldo Gilbert and Frank Tolle, each aged about fifteen, figured in a fracas at the opera house Saturday night, result ing in Gilbert cutting Tolle in the leg, inflicting an ugly wound above the knee. Tolle was removed to his home in tho West End on a street car. He is a son of James Tolle. Gilbert will have a hear ing before 'Squire Grant, Thursday morn- iDK' ' The parties who figured in the aflray at Second and Wall streets a week ago Saturday evening were tried Saturday before 'Squiro Farrow. Frank Brevard was held in tho sum of $200 to answer charge of malicious shooting and wound ing. Tho charge againBt Leonard Sparks of aiding and abetting him was1 dismissed and he will bo tried Wednesday for a breach of tho peace. Howard Blytho was fined $50 and costs for breach of the peace. The warrant against Wm. Apple gate, who was wounded, was dismissed. D. Hechinger & Co. In a few days the youngsters will go back tn their school or college. As a matter of course they will need an outfit. You that had experience are fully aware that you do not as a rule find the kind of clothing we sell in tho average clothing stores. Our entire fall stock is in. Before your bbys start to school bring them in. With us they can choose from the productions oflh'e famous manufacturers, Stein, Blocb Co., L. Adler Bros, and Co , Garson Meyer Co., three of the greatest con cerns in Rochester, New York. The majority of the "boys" know these makes and want them. Our trade on these lines has grown to such propor tion that the qualities we buy and sell of them enables us to sell them for no more than you would have to pay for much les3er qualities in other houses. You do your selves justice to look over our lines before you buy. D. HECHINGER & CO., o- THE HOWIE STORE. OUR SHOW WINDOWS Have sme desirable goods In them markPd In plnlu figures. IV ck-etbouks, Wrist Hags, Toilet a.mp, II ix I'apcr with Maysville, Ky., Shaving Set and Soap. KODAKS AT HALF PRICE! Fountain Pens, Hammock at cut price, Biojcle at cut price. J. T. Kackley & Go. Call on us If you want your father or mother's portrait made. See our Sopia work. KACKLEY, Photographer. Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart THE RACKET What you save on one purchase here helps you to make another. We have some mid-summer bargains in Table Glasswrtre, plain and decorated. Fruit Jars mid Cans, all sizes. Granlio Preserving Kettles, Just the thing for the season. Everything In plain and decorated Tableware. Table Cutlery and a good assortment of hard ware, Tinware, etc. Ausonla Stem Wind and Set Watches, good re liable time keepers, SI. Fly Traps and Fly Paper. Paint, any color, In one-half pint cans, 10c Notions, Novelties, etc. L. H. YOUNG & CO IS WEST SECOND STREET. The Washington flour mill is running part of the night now. ARE YOU SORE? USE araGamph Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded. ip Vfliini viiwwjr Prickly Heat, Insect Bites and Stings. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. Sold only In 25c, 50c & $1.00 Bottles. At all rood Drucfflsts. For Ssilo by Thomas J. Chonoweth, Druggist. Make Yourself at Home at wYorkStore! of HAYS & CO. While attending the biggest fair Maysville ever had. If you should incidentally need anything in Dry Goods,- Shoes, Furnishings, HatsNotions, etc., we shall be happy to wait on you. Prices right. HAYS & CO. NEW YORK STORE. ' kJ ' vJ.