Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1770-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Newspaper Page Text
, UrtfeaWMfcJMxi' .,,'
Nwh ajJt mitamtmm ?i, .- ti . jib - i Tfrti . it i tr is mura-i- m.iMirr.ir'.-',J. pB-,.. . f ., tfc., . , ?Mf x '(i lM09MiM ! THE FRANK OWENS HARDWARE CO.! . mm '. ' ?. 1 I Is Extends heartiest New Year's greetings to its legion of friends and old customers. We thank you all for the liberal patronage you have given us throughout the year just closed as well as its predecessors. We ask that the confidence placed in us in the past will continue in the future. Nothing is more gratifying to an old house than to know it has the confidence of the trade, and we shall do everything in our power to maintain this in the future as well as in the pa.st.jttJtM&MMMHHti 9 1904 '.' 1904 : i0m I THE FRANK OWENS HARDWARE CO. mmmmmmmmmm&mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi mm 108 ARE YOU SORE? USE aracampn Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded SORE FEET, BUNIONS. Prevents Swelling, Allays Inflammation. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. Sold only In 25c, 50c. & $1.00 Bottle. At all (food Drugglsta. HERE AND THERE. ma For Snlo by Thomas J. Clionowetli, Druggist. PERSONAL. Mr. II. 0. Ipgrigp is visiting at Paris. Miss Lucy Reea is visiting relatives at Millersburg. Senator Cox is at Frankfort attend ing to bis legislative duties. Mr. Milton Johnson, the attorney, left Tuesday for PenEacola, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wise have returned from a visit at Newport. Rev. W. W. Horner and wife, or Mayslick, are visiting in TennesBeo. Mr. Emory McDowell is at homo after a visit to relatives in Robertson County. Miss Lottie Cartmell has returned to Xenia, O., after a visit to her sister and brothers. Mrs. Margaret McMullen, of Man chester, is visiting Captain Jacob Miller and family. Misees Mary and Alice O'Lauphlin visited Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson the past week. Mr. Tillman Robb, of Helena, hft TueBdav for Baltimore to resume his medical studies. Mr. Jacob Caproni, the Markot street confectioner, left Tuesday for a visit to hia old home in Italy. Miss Adeline Laubly returned to echoal in Carlisle Monday after a visit to her father and Bister. Prof. Waller, of Chicago, is visiting his father, Rev. M. Waller, and BisterB, of West Second street. Misees Mary and Anna Lynch, of juuyoviuu, anu nir. yiu ftlclJonough, of Clyde County, KansaB, were guests laBt Friday of Mrs. Cecelia O'Laughlin and family, of the county. Miss Pearl Kirk and Mr. Russell Kirk left Tucaday to resume their stud ies at Asbury College, Wilmore, after spending the holidays with their pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kirk, near Dover. They had as guests, during the Christmas vacation Miss Sarah Ely and Rev. Mr. Gillies. Items of Interest From Nearby Towns and Villages Contributed by the Bnl-' letin'8 Corps of Corre- ' sponilcnts. WITH THE LITTLE FOLKS. Rev. II. T. Mnssclman Tells of His Work Among tlie Young People. Rev. II. T. Musselman, in a letter to the Western Argus of Louisville, says: "Soon after coming to Maysville a few monthB ago I began efforts with my lit tle folks. Now we have two bands, one forty and one thirty ; the latter forms our "Boys Band of Juniors." "Our work consists in meetings and outside work. These meetings are given to practical subjects, euch as 'Why Should a Boy be Honest in Business?' 'vVhy Should a Boy Read the Bible?' 'Why 'Should a Boy be a Christian?' Two Sunday evenings ago I baptised Ave of these boys. We seek to tie them to getherto cultivate the fraternity spirit. To this end we have a simple initiation, and a brothergrip. This gives the eBprit de corps, and that always helps. Wo try never to let an opportunity pasB to connect all high and noble aims and manliness with Jesus as their main spring, who is our life-center. This in brief is a part of my recent efforts to save I and hold the boys for the work of the church." East Limestone, Jan. 6. Charles R. Williams has returned homo after a visit with tho family of his undo, C. C. Degmnn, of Sprlngdnle. Btanley Belcblc, after spending the holidays at home, returned to Cincinnati Sunday. About thirty young ladles and gentlemen were entertained by Mies Pearl Belghlo Wednesday night of last week. Parties claim that tho moon presented a pecu liar appearance Saturday night in the shape of n cross on Its surface, continuing about two and one-half hours. The burning of the IMggin residence Wednes day night and the Yantls barn immediately after were both observed from this neighborhood, The Bernard school tesumed Monday morning with renewed vigor and energies after a pleas ant holiday vacation. A further report of the school, previous to the holidays, credits John Grant with a general averago per cent, of 87, and Nellie Grant 93, the highest attained by the school. Charles R. Williams leaves for Cincinnati Wed nesday to complete a course in the Cleveland and Cincinnati system of harboring. DeKalb Lodge No. 12, I. O. 0. F., installed officers last night, bb follows: N. Q. L. P. Parker. V. a.-M. F. Williams. Secretary J. W. Thompson. Treasurer John Duley. R. S. to N. G. Byron Rudy. L. Sto N. G. T. P. Boyco. W.-J. W. Outten. C.-II. L. Walsh. K. S S. L. 8. 8. C. L. Cair. 0. G. T. M. Russell. 1. 0. A. Ii. Cunningham. c 0 A L Itlfs here just arrived fresh from the mines. Peacock and 'Williams, at same old price. Also handle BRICK, Sand, Lime and Salt. Agents for Alabaster Plaster . J Ct J J THE RACKET MAYSVILLE COAL CO., COOPER'S OLD STAND. PHONE 142. WELLS & COUGHLIN, Undertakers and Embalmers! Calls answered day or night. MARKET STREET, if A YSVILLE, KY. We want to thank the public for their very generous patronage throughout the past year, and it will be our aim to merit public confidence, in tho Xuturo by square business methods. Your money back if you are not satis fled, and remember that wo aro much better prepared to show our diversi fied lines in this good year of 1901 than wo have been in the past. Moro room, moro goods, nnd courteous treatment to nil. We invite you to call. L. H. YOUNG & CO No. 40 West Second Street. .jMDR. LANDMAN.jM Central Hotel, Thursday, January 4th, J 904. R. 8. to V. G.' L. 8. to V. G.- -Llnden Woods. -Dr. Leslie Braud. Tho Model Laundry Company at a meeting of its stockholders and directors Monday evening was re-organized by the election of the following officers: President W. T. Martin. Vice President and General Manager E. II. Roden. Secretary H. I.. Walsh. Treasurer A. D. Colo. Tho Misses Boulden, of Millersburg, have returned home after visiting frienda in this county. Miss Helen Burke, of Mayslick, is being pleasantly entertained by her sis ter, Mrs. John W. Tatnme, at her home near Paris. LOST. LOST Saturday, cither on street car or on 8ccond or Button streets, regard ring, hav ing six sets. Reward of $5 for return of same to MRS. M. V. WILSON, 1232 East Second, or tho Bulletin olllce. 6-d3t Cleveland Banks Combine. Cleveland, O., Jan. 6. It is announc ed that the Euclid, Park national bank will absorb tho business of tho Bank ers' national bank of this city on Jan uary 12, tho latter institution to go out of existence. Passed the National Lottery Bill. Havana, Jan. 6. The house of rep resentatives Tuesday passed tho na tional lottery bill by a vote of 25 to 12. The measure will now go to President Palma, I Drs. Markham, I I 19 West Third Street. I H Phone 123. H Cancer MTIS CURABLI We cure cancer without the knife. Very little pain. Have cured over twenty cases in Mason CYlllntv rillHntr th. Ihd. ., .... ti . free book upon request which tells all about n..oV "toiuicuu run reier you 10 ur. w'i110??01 S,' tD,la paper, Beldon W.Bramel. Ky., Wm. Bramol, North Fork, Ky. and a dozen S&MiJil"" " ou wtsh them. DRS. GRATIGNY S BUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O. DAN COHEN It's Money Your Jeans To buy Pictures of W. H. RYDER. Some very nice ones left over which will go very cheap. Inspect our ready-made Frames, , 121 Sutton Street. - ''TV.fWf' Has Goods to Be Sold at Prices That Will Sell Them Quick! i Vi A. N. ELLIS, A. ML, M. D. 4arcW isaa &v&2 &?.' CInclnnatl u Medicine and Surge? Specialist In Diseases of the Eye. Ear and Throat Eyes tested and glnssns ground to order of flco No. 135 West Second St., Maysvillo, Ky. One lot of Men's Black and Tan Lace Boots, plain and cap toe, worth $4 to $5, your choice $1.98 strictly firsVclass goods. One lot Men's Calf Cap Toe Bootees worth $5, will go now at $1.98. One lot of Men's Congress" Shoes in black and tan, worth $ J.50 to $2, your choice 69c. Left-over Christmas Slippers at one-half their value. See our bargain tables and you will buy. . . r W. H. MEANS, MANAGER: Dan Cohen's Great Western Shoe Store! REMOVED, R.GPOLLITT, Dentist., 'II f WWW' strXnrKy No8 Wwt a0" .....TAKE AN Accident Policy Before You Slip! W. HOLTON KEY, Agent. TF ?hE c:A .complete- Threshing Outfit, in- Wter Tank 'JM?"10' Clover HulIr. FVprthw.A & U8 arLd appurtenances jftv.vHl?FJtV;00.d ordcr ftnd a bargain to tho right party. For terms and description of samo apply to B. B. TOLL1TT, Circuit clerWofflco. 4-6 FOR RENT. TOR RtNT-Comblned dwelling and storo ,;On?.0Uwief,.0UtuSast corner 1,0Plar ad Second ilnToiTTFMLthiWftrd' on reasonable terms. M. C. UUTGIIINS, Agt. Cd3t m