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mmmmmw;impm?mmmmfflmtm??mtm??mmm&2 DEATH'S HARVEST. The Bee Hive! - 3 Typhoid Fever Claims Two Victims - Mrs. Ella Kidder, of This City, and Mrs. William Singleton, of Lewisburff. D. Heehinger & Co. 3: 2 1 OUR ENTIRE TICKET ELECTED I 3 Never did candidates for popular favor meet with such overwhelming success. If there were any doubts as to our Ladies' Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, in fact our entire line of ready-to-wear goods being the best in Maysville, they are now removed, for the public has set the seal of approval upon these gar ments in the most convincing manner. Ladies' Suits from $10.95 to $35. Ladies' Cloaks $4.98 to $40. Ladies' Skirts $2 to $12.50. Ladies' Waists 98c. to $7. Ladies' Wrappers 75c. to $2.98. Ladies' Klmonas 98c. to $1.50. A SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' TURNOVERS J5 and 19c, worth 25c. and 35c. MERZ BROS 1 HilUllUUIllUlllilllUKllllUUUUUIUllUUUIUIUlUlUiUU The announcement that Mr. and Mrs. F. Stanley Watson are shortly to leave Maysville to make their home in Kan sas City will be received with deep re gret by their wide circle of friends. Mr. "Watson has closed a contract with an Eastern life insurance company, to take charge of the company's business in Kan sas City, and will enter upon his work in the next few weeks. "Wh'ile deeply re gretting the departure of this worthy and estimable couple, their friends will unite in wishing them success and happi ness in their new home. Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart mell's. Triscuits and shredded wheat biscuits. Calhoun's. Mrs. John L. Broshears is critically ill at the home of her sister Mrs. Slack on Jersey Ridge. R. 0. Chambers, of Sardis, sold 210 fat hogs to Mclntire & McClintock, of Mil- lersburg, at 4J cents. . Miss Mary E. Holmes, of Washington, has been much worse. Her condition was very critical Saturday. Mrs. Ella Kidder, wife of Mr. Henry Kidder, died Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of the family on West Second street, of typhoid fever. Mrs. Kidder was a daughter of Isaac and Dulcena Frazier, of Brooksville. Her husband survives her and eho leaves four children. The funeral will take place Tuesday, the interment fjllowing in the Maysville Cemetery. MRS. WM. SINGLETON. Mrs. William Singleton died Sunday afternoon at the home of the family at Lowisburg. She fell a victim to typhoid fever, having been ill some time. Mrs. Singleton was a Mies McDaniel and was about forty-four years of ago. Surviving are her husband and four sons. The funeral takes place this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Lewisburg Baptist Church, the pastor, Rev. J. H. Butler, officiating. MR MART MINTON. Mr. Mart Minton died this morning at 9 o'clock at his home on Forest avenue, of typhoid fever. He leaves a wife and fourteen children. Funeral announce ment to-morrow. Mrs. W. D. Ray, of Helena, came down Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Susan Killpatrick, of East Front street. Satur day morning while descending the stairs bIio had the misfortune to fall and pain fully injure herself. It is thought no bones were broken. Dr. Reed rendered the necessary medical attention, and Mrs. Ray is getting along as well as could be expected. Mr. Ray and daughter are with her. The alarm of fire this morning was caused by a small blaze at Mr. J. P. Wallace's restaurant. IT IS SAFE TO SAY That we clothe the majority of well-dressed men and boys in Mason County. Our Stein-Bloch, Adler Bros' Men's Suits and Overcoats and our Garson Meyer young men's Suits and Overcoats are the magnets that draw the intelligent buyer. Whilst these lines are the highest types of tailor made clothes, our prices are no higher, in deed in many instances not as high, as you would pay for Clothing that does not com pare with above lines. The same condi tions rule in our Shoe and Hat department. THE BEST ONLY, and prices modest and conservative. See our fall Manhattan Cheviot Shirts. They are simply "elegant." Our Under wear, Cap and Gloves stock is so large and comprehensive that we can please everybody. D.HECHINGER&CO., THE HOME STORE. PRICES ON GROCERIt Maysville. COME QUICK, before it's too late. F. J. HERMES, Special Agent. CHINAWARE and GLASSWARE are simply paralyzed at present, because of the CLOSING OUT SALE at THE LANGDON-CREASY CO.'S store at Miss Bettie Slattery, who has been se riously ill the past week, was Bomewhat improved this morning. Mrs. O. P. Sanderson, of 193 Com merce street, Dallas, Texas, writes for in formation of Edward and Martha Oheno weth, who she Bays resided in Maysville about 1S8Q. ' Delicacies for Thanksgiving. The La dies of the First Presbyterian Church will have on Bale pies, cakeB, puddings, croquettes, crullers, salads, etc., at the First Presbyterian Church Wednesday, November 25th, beginning at 10 a. m. Also fancy articles. Before a Brown County Justice of the Peace the other day a man was tried on the charge of stealing hogs. After the evidence was in his attorney pleaded that his client had stolen pigs, not hogs, and asked that he be discharged. In support of this contention he cited a Supreme Court decision which released a man who was charged with stealing a stallion when it was shown that the horse was a gelding. The Judge took down Webster's dictionary and read that a pig is a hog. He said if the Supreme Court thought a pig wasn't a hog it could decide so on appeal. "For my part," he said, "I'm going to stand by 'old Noah." The Mason Circuit Court convened this morning. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons, of the East End, a fine daughter. A revival at the Midway BaptistCburch closed with twenty-nine additions. Rev. Mr. Eldridge returned to liia home at Troy, Woodford County, Friday morning, the meeting at Washington having closed Thursday night. The quail hunting season in Kentucky begins to-day. Several Maysvillians started out Sunday to be in the fields early this morning and get the first shots. Mr. M. F. Coughlin of the firm of Wells & Coughlin, undertakers, has returned from Louisville where he took a post graduate course in sanitation and disin fection, at a session of the Philadelphia School of Embalming held in the Falls City. Mr. Kehoo has introduced bills to con struct an ice pier at Russell, Ky.; provid ing for payment of funeral expenses of certain pensioners; directing printing of 250,000 largo United States maps for dis tribution among the free schools of the United States. Mr. Kehoe will likely be selected as a member of the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds. INTERRED AT SHANNON. Remains of Miss Mamie Tilton, of Carlisle, Laid to Kest Sunday. m?nm?tm??nmm???m? Men who care to dress the feet well tarry not by the wayside. With the incomparable lines we control in Maysville our store offers the most direct route to a comfortable and well-shod feeling. We want you to see the recent arrivals of walk-overs tilt Shoes. There is no doubt but that these are far and away the best men's lines sold in Maysville. r BARKLEY'Sg 2 The "Exclusive" Shoemen.j m Carllslo Democrat, Nov. 11th. Great sorrow and sadness was thrown over our little city Friday morning by the announcement of the sudden death at 8:35 o'clock of Miss Mamie Tilton, youngest daughter of the late Judge Jno. W. Tilton. She had been an invalid for several months, suffering from a compli cation of diseases, and had sought relief from quite a number of physicians but to no avail. Last Monday night she re turned from Lexington, where she had been under medical treatment, feeling slightly improved, and it was hoped per manently. Friday morning her mother left her just for a moment, and when she returned the gentle spirit had fled and its earthly temple lay still in the cold embrace of death. Miss Mamie had many warm friends and near relatives who will deeply mourn her loss. She was born Oct. 11th, 18S3, and during her few short years on earth made the world better and brighter to all who knew her. Interment Sunday by the side of her father in the cemetery at Shannon, Mason County. Jonas Weil, of Paris, bought of D. A. Glascock, of Fleming, seventy export steers, for immediate delivery, at $4.50; also thirty-five of O. F. DeBell at the same price. The general missionary convention of the Methodist Episcopal Church in ses sion at Omaha appropriated $45,000 for mission work among tho negroes, mostly in tho South. Mr. Olaronco L. Snllee, President of the MaBon County Christian Church Co operation Association, and Secretary George II. Frank visited tho church at Orangeburg Sunday. One of the Band flats sunk in front of the Fifth ward landing during tho storm last week was raised Sunday by a crow in charge of tho Newt Cooper. Captain Phistor expects to recover tho other in a few days. The cantract for filters for tho Paris water woiks has boon lot to the Jewel Filter Co., of New York, and work be gins to-day. Tho ditch will be 100 feet long, seventy feot wide and ten feet deep, and it will take about four months to complete the work. Poyntz Bros, are the only Maysville distillers selling 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 tho beBt. Office 120 Market street Watson's old stand. MASON CIRCUIT COURT. S. K Gruell, Adui'r. Ac. Plaintiff, vi - Order of Reference May Grueli &c. Defendants. By an order of reference mado by the Clerk of this Court In vacation In this action, all creditors of Clarence Gruell, deceased, arc hereby notified to appear before me, at my cilice. In the city of Maysville, Ky., on or before tho 25th day of No vember, 1003, and present their claims duly proven as required by law. Given under my hand this 10th day of Novem ber. 1903. C. BURGESS TAYLOR, ll-d5t Master C'ommlsloucr M. C. C. Assignee's Notice. All creditors of D. G. Wilson, of Orangeburg, Ky., will pleaso send a certified copy of amount to me. All persons Indebted to D. G. Wilson will please call at the Hoe Hive, Maysville, Ky., and settle their accounts. If not paid in reason able time, tho amount will bo placed for collec tion. MILLARD MERZ. Assignee. Notice of Sale. By order of Mason County Court I am author ized to sell at private or public sale tho stock of goods of D. G. Wilson, of Orangeburg, Ky., and If not sold in private sale I will sell same at public sale on Friday, November 27th. MILLARD MERZ. ssIcneo. LADIE&' TAILORING Muss V Buckingham Informs her patrons that she does ladles' tailoring. Perfect fit and latest stylo guaranteed. 2CU W. Second street. Muysvllle, K.y. 'Phono ail. Dr. W. R. Hefiin, formerly of this city, has been elected a member of the Board of Health at Newport. Tho protracted meeting conducted at Germantown by Rev. R E. Moss closed Saturday night, with four additions to the Christian Church. THE RACKET We will remove on or about Nov. 15 to No. 10 West Second street, formerly Brown's China Pal ace, whero wo shall be glad to greet our friends and patrons. A steadily growing business ne cessitates this change of location and with a large and well-lighted sales room wc shall be ia every way better equipped to handle our trade. Our Holiday Goods, of which wc have made a largo purchase, are now in the house, and at an early date we shall place on display a very select line. Watch this space for future announcements. L. H. YOUNG & CO HEATING STOVES-RANGES ! All styles, "best on earth," lowest prices, at W. F. POWER'S. Maria Slater has filed suit for divorce from Cris Slater, Mr. Elbert Pangburn is again in charge of the Adams Express delivery wagon. ...GOTO... The New York Store For bargains. Important news for wrap customers: A $10 Wrap For $5. Sounds like a fairy tale but it is true. Most dealers buy thoir wraps from drum mers in the summer time. Wo buy ours direct from tho makers, late in tho season, when tho manufacturers want to got rid of what they have. That is the reason we can make you this offer. Come and look at them. They aro mado of very fino black wool cheviot, now stylo cape, military shoulders, the latest style, three quartor longth. HAYS & CO New York Store P. S. Special for Monday only: Very fino Taffeta Silk, 27 inches wide, worth 89c, for Monday only 50c. ,j Ai