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The evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville, Ky.) 1887-1905, October 12, 1903, Image 3

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The Bee Hive!
A Big Coat Manufacturing Establishment
D. Hechinger & Co
May be Brought Here From Cincinnati.
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jE: Novembar Fashion Shuts Ara In.
29c. Worth 40c.
It a simple story. 4000 pieces of the best Oil
cloth was sold in New York a few weeks
ago. Every piece guaranteed perfect. The
reason they were sold does not concern, you.
What concerns you most is that we got J 00
rolls. It is the push and energy of this store
that enables you to share such good fortune
as this. All widths. Best of patterns. See
east window.
, Mra. M. Archdeacon ia in Cincinnati
: Mrs. Thomas Prather, of Millersbnrg,
is visiting in this county.
Mrs. E. P. Claybro6k, of Bourbon, is
visiting relatives in this city and county.
Mr. Emory McDowell ia at home
after spending a fow days in Lexington.
Mr. Walter Davia and wife left this,
morning to make their homo at Lexing
ton. Mra. T. S. Buckingham and daughter
. are at home after aponding a couple of
weeks in Cincinnati.
Misa Chloe Ridgely, of Mt. Olivet,
will be the guest thia week of Misa Louise
Arthur, of the county.
Miss Lizzie Connell, of Germantown,
was the guest of the Misses Hanley, of
Market street, Sunday.
Mrs. Clay Lilleston and children, of
Chicago, are here visiting her mother,
Mtb. January, of West Front street.
Messrs. P. M. Cook, Jr., and George
Eryin, of Germantown, left Sunday to
visit relatives at Lexington and George
town. MiBS Grace' Friedman, of New Rich
mond, O., returned home Saturday after
. a visit to her sister, Mra. James Wallace,
of Hilltop.
Little Pauline Byar, charming daugh
ter of Mr. and Mxs. Byar, of Minerva, ia
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wells,
of East Third street.
Mrs. J. B. Orr and sons Benson and
Lowry are at Lexington and Paris thia
week visiting relatives and friends and
attending the trotting races. They, will
return Thursday.
MiBf 03 Esther and Mary Dougherty
and MiBS Annie O'Connell, of. Cape May,
N. J., and Editor Thomas At Davis, of
this city, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. M.
H. Davis at Mayslick Saturday.
Mason County Man Garr, Scott & Co.'s
Oldest Agent.
Lexington Democrat: "A.J.Calvert,
agent for the Garr, Scott & Co. thresh
ing machines, is the oldest employe now
in the service of the Garr Company,
having been employed by them as travel
ing salesman over f jrty yeara ago. He
ieknown in every town and hamlet in
this State."
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Joe Haley, colored, is in jail in default
of $200 bail to answer a charge of cutting
and wounding his wife.
Tha New Fall -Stylos
New on Display
"Dorothy Dodd" Shoes have that
something in beauty and style that
means individuality and lifts them
above the commonplace. They have
. been the most phenomenal shoe suc
cesses ever known and stand to-day
not only the approved shoe of fashion,
because of their beauty and style, but
also the approved .hygienic shoe, be
cause of their scientific construction.
Dorothy Dodd Boots are $3.
' Special Styles 50c Mere.
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Barkley Cash Shoe Go.
Novembar Delineator Now on Salo. ;3j
PainlesB extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart
mell'a. The Ladies' Committee of the Y. M. C.
A. will meet at the rooms this afternoon
at 3:30.
F. M, Young, cf Mt. Olivet, haB been
granted a pension of $6 a month from
June 18, 1903.
H. N. Rankin received at Carlisle 160
weanling mules, that averaged about
$47.50 per head.
Mr. R. B. Bouldin, of Millersburg, iB a
Republican candidate for Circuit Clerk
of Bourbon County.
Samuel Gill, who was killed by Austin
Hicks near Levana, is said to have for
merly lived in Lewis County,
R. O. Turner, of Bourbon, sold seven
teen yearling mules to Dick Wills, of
Cynthiana, at averago of $00 per head.
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Rev. F. M. Tinder is assisting in a
meeting at North Middleton that has
resulted in twenty additions to the Chris
tian Church.
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The pocketbook stolen from J. M. In-
skeep of RuBsellville show day waa
found Saturday under the O. and O. via
duct at foot of Wall street. It had been
emptied of its contents.
The marriage of Mr. Samupl Rigge", of
Greenup, and Misa Marcella Cuilen, of
thia city, ia announced to take place No
vember 7th. Mr. Rigga is Private Secre
tary to Congressman Kohoe.
Sue Breckinridge, colored, died Satur
day at noon at her homo near the Mag
nolia mills, of disease of the stomach.
The burial takes placo this afternoon in
the colored cemetery at Washington.
On account of some misunderstanding,
Hon. C. J. Bronston, who was billed to
speak here Saturday night, did not leave
Lexington until the late train and as a
result the meeting had to be called off.
Tho business houso on Market street,
formerly the Wheeler Btand, is being im
proved. Among other changes an iron
front will be put in. When completed
the north room will bo occupied by Mies
Anna Wallace as a restaurant.
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Hill Bros.' panta factory will begin
operations to-morrow or Wednesday. The
members of .thia Arm have been here
a week, with everything ready to begin
work, but have been delayed in start
ing up by the failure of the contractors
to have the rooma on the third floor of
the White building ready. The pants
factory will employ about thirty girls
and women at the start, and will increase
their force as may be found necessary.
The establishment of this enterprise
here may bring another factory to Maya
ville. It waa learned that a firm engaged
in making coats at Cincinnati contem
plate moving to Maysville. All that is
necessary is the assurance of being able
to secure sufficient hands. This factory
will employ about 150 people, and Hill
Broa. have written the proprietora that
the hands can be secured here in Mays
ville. The coat making firm will likely
be here this week to lease the necessary
Masonic Notice.
Stated meeting of Maysville Lodge No.
52, F. and A. M., to-night at 7 o'clock.
Work in Fellowcrapt Degree. Visiting
brothers invited.
Hiram P. Chenoweth, W. M.
Gordon Sulser, Secretary.
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Miss Porter Perrie will shortly take a
position at Nesbitt & Co.'s dry goods
The Maysville Company of State
Guards arrived home early Sunday
morning. They left West Point at 1:30
p. m. Saturday, and came in on a special
train over the L. and N,
'Mr. M. F. Coughlih, the undertaker
left Sunday afternoon f jr Oberlin, O., to at
tend to shipping the remains of Florence
Jackson, colored, who was murdered by
her. husband last week, to this city for
The appearance of Gov. Beckham at
Franklin was the occasion of an enthusi
astic rally of the Simpson County Democ
racy. The town was decorated fir tho
event and 5,000 persona greeted the
The O. and O.'a No. G, due here from
the East at 3:25 Sunday, arrived litre
about 10 o'clock last night. For paat two
or three months the C. and O. passenger
trains seem to be running on any old
time. Wbat'a the matter?. The traffic
management formerly prided itself on
keeping passenger trains right up to the
Col. W. LaRuo Thomas, formerly of
this city, is one of the incorporators and
President of the American Life and An
nuity Society, recently organized at Pitts
burg with a capital of $2,000,000 and a
surplus of $100,006. The society js a fra
ternal insurance order, which will insure
members and pay the insurance, but in
The Ohio River and Columbus railroad
gave Perry Cahall $2,000 for the right of
way through his farm at Straight Creek
bridge. Tho big bridge over Straight
Creek will be finished in two weeks.
Work on the railroad is progressing
rapidly. With one exception the right
of way has all been settled for,.aud with
fair weather the train ought to bo run
ning to Ripley in four weeks.
Postmaster Mathews, who is custodian
of the site for tho public building to be
erected in thia city, has been authorized
by the department at WaBhington City
to havo a survey and plat made of the
lot and forward other information as to
adjacent streets, sewerage, electric light
&c. &c. When thia is done the depart
ment will be in a position to prepare
plans and specifications and advertise
for bids.
Near Beechburg, Fleming County, Sat
urday afternoon, Abo Klein waa killed
by Ben Walton. A game of ball was in
progress and a son of Klein got into a
difficulty with ono of tho Walton boys.
Mr. Klein interfered and waa beaten to
death by Ben Walton with a base ball
bat. Klein's remaina were brought bore
thia morning and shipped to hia for
mer home at Johnsvillo, Bracken County,
accompanied by hia wife and children.
Nothln'g at the Exposition attracts
and holda the eyo o tho visitor more
than photographs, and tho Kentucky
Exhibit Association, which is to erect
tho Kentucky Building and make a dis
play of tho State's products and re
sources at tho World's Fair in St.
Loula next year, has lost no tlmo in
carrying Into effect plans that grow
.out of a, rccognltlbn of this, fact. It
has appointed an official photographer
In every county. In tho atato to socuro
for tho Kentucky Building and various
exhibits to bo mado In tho largo palacps
of tho Exposition, pictures of every
thing noteworthy and of Interest It
Ja t'o give credit to overy photograpUer
ou. every plctUre furnished by, himself.
For yourself or boy you naturally want the best for the
least money. The best goods are always the cheapest,
and as wo buy and carry in stock more Clothing than all
tho other stores in MayBville combined, our large pur
chases give us advantages that enable us to give you the
best of merchandise at no higher cost than you would
probably pay for lower graded clothes elsewhere. A word
about the "fits" we give you. Perfect fitting garments
are desired by every one, whether ho pays $10 or ?25 for '
a Suit or an Overcoat. Now "there'' is a thing we are
more particular about than the majority of our custom
ers. We just wonl let a garment go out of our house un
less we are pleased with tho fit. "You" need not look
for imperfections. "We do," and correct them before
you take the clothes borne.
We want to call your attention to our line of the
Manhattan new fall Shirts. They are great and you will
agree with us when you Bee them.
We want you to take a glance at the Stein-Block Cra
venette Coat specially made for us. People who know
Bay it's the handsomest garment they ever looked at.
This coat is used both for overcoat and rain coat.
If you are going hunting thia season buy a pair of our
Milford High Top Shoes, they are strictly (guaranteed)
waterproof. They sell everywhere for $0. We sell ours
for $5.
SchoolTablets, School Ink, School Supplies. Our
lerms on School Books art
Exchange Books, second-hand Books, rebound
si cond Hooks.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
Call on u If you want your father or mother's
portrait made. Sec our Spla work.
KACKLEY. Photographer.
Mies Alice ChiGholm continues serious
ly ill at the hospital in Cincinnati.
Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded
Itching, BleeeHmg Piles,
Stops the Itching. Stops the Bldeding. Allays all
inflammation. It Cools. It boothes. It Lures.
Sold only la 25c, Oc. & $1.00 Bottles.
For Salo by Thomas J.
...GO TO...
The New York Store
It is not much of consequence what a merchant may think of his
goods, it's tho purchasing public that gives tho final decision. Judging
from tho increase in our trade bo far we seem to please the public. We
try to get the best values for the least money and sell as low as possible.
For this week, big assortment of
Children's, Ladlos' and Gents' Underwear.
Come and lopk at them. Children's Vests and Panta 10c. on up, nice
clean goods ; heavy ribbed Union Suits for Children and Misses only 25c,,
Ladies' Union Suits 25c, Ladies' Vesta and Pants, extra heavy, only 25c;
Ladies' Ribbed Pants 15c, Men's Shirts and drawers, heavy goods, only
25c ; Fleeced Hoafth Underwear only 39c, worth 50c.
Blankets and Comforts.
Prices range 59c. on up. Full sizes all wool Blankets $2 S5, worth
53. See our $1 Comfort, can't be beat.
Ladlos' and Children's Wraps.
New goods no left-overs. Ladies' new stylo Coat S3.98 on up.
An elegant black wool Kersoy Coat, we'll worth $7.50, for a starter, $4.75.
Tho new slooyo, otc. Children's garments $1 on up.
SPEOIAL-Shoos less than at regular shoo stores. $1,115 buys an
elegant ladies' shoe, dongola, extended sole.
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JiiRt now you want school supplies.
They are absolute necessities and you
want the best goods at the loweBt prices.
Wo have them.
Tablets, 1,3, Sand 10c.
Composition books, splendid quality, So.
Siuiford's Royal Black Ink, 5o bottle.
Lead pencils, 1, 3 qnd 5c.
Erasers 1 to 5c each.
School bags, 5, 10, 15, 23 and 00c.
Single Slates, 1 to 10c.
Double slates, 15, 18, 20 aud Ko.
Shawl straps, 5, 15 and 25c.
Lunch boxes and baskets 10, 15 aud 200.
Pencil boxes, t to 10c.
All kinds of Notions, Tinware, Hardware, Glass
ware, Table Crockery, etc.
Pictures worth 25c. go for 10c. at Hain
line's. At ill good Drug(rtsu.
Chonowetli, Druggist.
New York Store

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