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The Bee Hive!!
Large Barn Belonging to Mr. Wm. Wood
Near Washington Destroyed Wed-
nfiday, With Lot of Hay
and Tobacco.
Every person calling with their book Sat
urday we will give $J,00 worth of Globe
Stamps free, purchase or no purchase.
Don't fail to bring your book.
A Large Number of Wyandotte Tribe's
Members at Wednesday Evening's
Spread at St. Charles.
Between 150 and 200 members of Wy
andotte Tribe and other Red Men at
tended the banquet at the St. Charles
Wednesday evening and a pleasant even
ing was spent. Prof. Sherwood, and
Messrs. W. O. Wormald, J. L. Daulton,
Jos. F. Martin, Harry Wells and R. H.
Pollitt, Jr., composed the committee in
charge. The blessings of the Great
Spirit were invoked by Mr. Harry Rich
ardson, Editor Thos. A. DaviB presided
R8 toast maeter, and following the ban
quet, this was the program :
.BIg-ChleMIe-Talk-Much Past Great Sachem
Thomas A. Davis.
Why I Am a Red Man Past Sachem Thomas
K. Russell.
. "The Dark and Bloody Ground" Chief C. D.
Redmanlsm In America Chief Dr. W. S. Yazell.
"The Sandwich Island Queen" Past Great Sa
chem John J. Winter.
The Indian Weed Chief John Duley.
Lo I the Poor Indian Chief H. C. Curran.
Pocahontas Great Chief of Becords H. W. Ray.
Mr. Ray was unable to be present. Ed
itor Davis in bis remarks referred to the
fact that thirty-one years ago he had pre
sided at a famous Red Men's banquet at
the Hill House.
Tnrkeys Wanted.
Charles Cook will pay highest market
price for turkeys on and after next Mon
day, at Keystone Commercial Company's
building, Maysville.
Rural free delivery carriers were ap
pointed Tuesday as follows : Dover, Lank
T. Bacon, regular; Lottie L. Bacon, sub
stitute; Maysville, Jas. B. Key, Nat 8.
, Wood, regulars; Elbert Trisler, Ed.
Hutchinson, substitutes.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr. Cart-
Rev. Holton Frank remains quite ill at
the home of relatives in Flemingsburg.
W. G. Curtis, of this city, and Ella A.
Gregory, of Dayton, Ky., were married
Dr. Skinner united with the Flemings
burg M. E. Church, South, during the
recent meeting.
Rev. R. E. Moss conducted the funeral
of the late Mrs. Ed. Cooper, of Bernard,
Thursday morning.
Wm. S. Reeder, of Brown County, 0.,
and Miss Effie D. Griffith, of Fern Leaf,
will bo married Nov. 29th.
Rev. Mr. Lowry has declined the call
from Montgomery, Ohio, to the Presby
terian Church at Sharpsburg.
The Court of Appeals has affirmed the
suit of Wilson's assignee against the
Louiavil'o National Bank, taken up
from Fleming County.
According to Wednesday's dispatches
Congressman Kehoe is to be given a
place on the Foreign Affairs Committee,
instead of on the Committee on Public
Maj. Nat. P. Phister and family will
leave Ft. Thorn bb next week for a visit
with relatives in Conneaut, O. From
there they will depart for their future
home at Ft. Logan, Col., where the Sec
ond infantry is stationed.
The fallowing rural carriers were ap
pointed Wednesday: Murphysville Reg
ular. J. Maher and HolmanT. Crawford;
substitutes, Charles Crawford and Roy
A.Crawford. Springdale: Regular, Wil
liam H. Outten ; substitute, Robert L.
A large barn on the farm of Mr. Wm.
Wood, south of Washington, was de
stroyed by Are Wednesday at 2 p. m.
together with thirty-two tons of hay,
about 10,000 pounds of tobacco and a lot
of farming implements. The building
was sot on fire, but whether intention
ally or accidentally is not known.
The farming implements belonged to
young Mr. John Larkin, and the tobacco
and hay were the property of Mr. Lar
kin and Mr. Wood. The total loss is
about $2,500, and the only insurance was
a policy for $500 held on the barn by Mr.
Wood, in the Farmers' Mutual Aid Asso
ciation. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gibbons enter
tained a largo number of friends at their
beautiful home at Minerva Nov. 22nd in
honor of their eldest son, John, and wife.
The table was set for forty-nine people,
and ornamented with chyrsanthemums
and geraniums. All enjoyed the repast
Bet before them, and united in wishing
the bride and groom happiness and suc
MisB Ora Hunter was in the city
Mr. David Longnecker was in town
Mr. T. K. Prtc'or haa returned from
Circleville, O.
MisB Lila Wood rpturned home from
school at Lexington Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John I. Winter and
son spent Thanksgiving in Augusta.
Miss Adaline Laubley is spending a
few days, with her sister at Carlisle.
Mies Emma Gordon, of Lexington,
is visiting her aunt, Miss Fannie I. Gor
don. Miss Adah Loo SoubIpj' eppnt Thankp
civine with the family of her unclp. Mr.
Jno. Duley.
Mr. Joseph Meyer iH the gnoat, of his
mother, Mrs Barbara Meyer, of Dayton,
O., this week.
Miss Nannie Tucker came down from
the State College, Lexington, to spend
Mrs. Fannie Rains and daughter
spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs.
R. P. Gault, in the county.
Mrs. Lida Sanders, of Texas, is visit
ing her brother, Mr. Dan Pcrrine. li is
her first visit in thirty years.
Captain Jacob Miller, Mrs. Anna
Means and Miss Edith Means spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A.
Slusser, of Cincinnati.
Mr. B. C. Stevenson, Traveling
Freight Agent of the "Clover Leaf" rail
road, with headquarters at Buffalo, spent
Thanksgiving with his sister, Mrs. O. H.
P. Thomss.
Mr. Samuel Dnugberty, Jr., came
down from Central University. Danville,
Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dough
erty, of the Central.
Lieutenant Joseph F. Taulbee, U. S.
Cavalry, spent Tuesday night with his
uncle, and, with Miss Bertie, went Wed
nesday to pav a visit to Miss Esther
Taulbee at Oxford College. He will sail
with his regiment Dec. 15th via Suez
Canal route for the Philippine Islands.
If you 'count price first we will count with you. If you
count quality first we will interest youV Whatever you
want and whatever price you want to pay you will get
the best for the money from us.
For many years we have conscientiously labored to
provide the highest class of clothing that is made for our
patrons and to-day our community is one of the best
dressed you will find anywhere. WE HAVE JUST
MADE our people buy good clothing. The same holds
good with all our other departments.
Our Shoe Department though only a few years old
commands the patronage of the public. Why ? Because
our shoes are the very best that are made in the country.
Said a shoe merchant some years ago, when asked why
he did not provide better men's shoes for the Maysville
trade, "Oh, we could probably sell two or three pairs of
$5 or $6 shoes, and you know that wouldn't pay." To
day we sell as many $5 and $6 shoes as we sell of the $3
The Globe Trading Stamps given away at our store.
Buv standard sewing machine at Ger-
The first trains between Ripley and
Georgutown were run Thursday.
Rev. W. T. Spears was the recipient of
quite a nice Thanksgiving donation at
the hands of his friends at Washington
and vicinity.
D-. J. H. Sctniuel has recently had con
ferred on him the degree of Bachelor of
Philosophy by the Ohio University, for
poat-graduato study.
The lots on "River View Terrace" are
being much improved by the removal of
some unsightly trees and the clearing
away of the undergrowth.
Povntz Bros, are tne only Ma5'Bville
distillers selling puro liquors by the
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 126
Market street Watson'B old stand.
We have removed to our elegant
new quarters, No. 40 West Second
street, formerly Brown's China Pal
ace, and only four doors above old
stand. Give us a call, and let us
introduce you to our new house
and our excellent lines of season
able merchandise.
The M. 0. Russell Co. received a car
load of Irish potatoes from Michigan
Thursday morning, and on opening it a
largo deer was found hanging in the car.
It had been Bhipped to a Chicago house,
and had been brought through to Mays
ville through the oversight of the rail
road people.
Here's an opportunity that will not be
offered again very soon. The Barkley
stock of fine shoes, new and up-to-date
goods, is to be sold at once by the assign
ee. It has to go to settle up the busi
ness, and the wise buyer will take ad
vantage of the present sale. See adver
tisement in this issue.
FOR RK.N'T The Clare hillside property In
West Knd. House has (lve rooms; good
cistern . several acres, with young orchard and
large en r den spot, luaulrc of JOHN J. AI.T
JirVKR. 'Jl.d3t
Tr STRAY NOTICE-A short yearling heifer.
Pj red with star In forehead, and a pale red
jenrllngstocr broke into my pasture about the
middle of October and are ntlll ou my premises.
Owner can got same by provinir property and
puylnc for this notlr-e W D. H , Helena, Ky.
All styles, "best on earth," lowest prices, at
. We offer, at retail, the entire high-grade stock of the Barkley Shoe Company, assigned,
at prices that ought to wind up the business promptly. Most of the goods are of the better class,
new and up-to-date. The price cut will be deepand everybody is afforded an opportunity, in
this sale, of providing themselves with fine footwear at VERY LITTLE COST. The sale
begins at once, and nothing will be allowed to leave the house unless paid for in SPOT CASH.
Barkley Cash Shoe Co.
E. A. ROBINSON, Assignee.
Great Feast of Bargains for Thanksgiving!
.AT THE......
The New York Store
of HAYS & CO.
Sale Begins Monday Goods Suitable For This Weather.
Nice large storm Veils only 25c., in pink, blue, black, red, etc.,
best quality only 49c.
Extra large Blankets, regular 76c. quality this wook only 58c.
Extra heavy grey Blankets, $2 quality only $1.15.
All wool Blankots $2.08 worth $4.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear cheaper than at other places,
15c. on up.7
JBeBt 25c. Undorwear in town'; 50 doz. came again to-day.
Groat reductions made in our millinery department. Choice trim
med Hats this week $2, worth $5 and $0. New Toques for children 25c.
In Ladies' Wraps wo positively give bettor values than any store
in town. Ordered them 12 times ; Como and get ono.
Children's Eiderdown Cloaks only 00c.
Misses' Cloaks $1.35.
Ladies' Capes, to close, 75c.
New York Store
P. 8. Ono hundred pairs ol the celebrated Majestic Shoes, worth
$1.50, this week $1 only.

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