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I THE BKE HIVE!
HTWE GIVE GLOBE STAMPS-: -
Our first showing, of Royal Waists for spring and Summer will take place Wed-
nesday, 7th. No well-dressed lady can afford to miss the exhibit. It's enough to say 3
the Royal for 1904 are more beautiful than ever. . 2
MR. MERCHANT, 1
Saturday, the 20th, is Maysville's day of all days. Let's give our Cincinnati, Louis- 5
ville, Lexington and all our farmer friends a rousing reception. Let us decorate Mays- S
ville as she was never decorated before. We are supplied with a limited number of 3
Tobacco Flags, U. S. Flags and several other beautiful pieces of decoration. Get in 3
your order now or you will get left. Assortment of Flags in east window. Don't wait 3
until Saturday. t zs
TOBACCO FLAGS, . . ..'.... 25c. each or $2.25 dozen. 3j
WELCOME FLAGS, J5c. each or 1.50 dozen. 3
U.S. FLAGS, 15c. each or 1.50 dozen. 3
FESTOONS, 15c. ball of 40 feet. 3
U.S. FANS, 15c. each. , 3
In connection with the liberal premiums that will be
given to the successful exhibitors among the tobacco growers
on the 20th of February, D. Hechinger & Co. will also distrib
ute premiums to all their cash customers on that day.
With Every Suit, Overcoat or Single Pair of
Pants a Cash Premium of 25 Per Cent.
' Will Be Deducted From the Reg
ular Price of What You
We not only hope to make this day memorable from the
standpoint of the tobacco fair, but also memorable in our busi
ness. We hope that this ad will reach people quite a long dis
tance who expect to attend thfe tobacco fair. If they will call
on us we will soon convince them that Maysville has a cloth
ing house second to none in the country.
Our Shoes are of a character in material and
finish that gives them the honest stamp of
first-class footwear &&&&&&&&&
TWO CHILDREN BURNED
And One of Tliein May Uio Clothing Caught
J. HENRY PBOOR
MRS. S. F. FRIST0E.
A Former Resident of Maysville Passes
Away at Cincinnati.
Mrs. E. H. Reed is in receipt of a tele
gram announcing the sad news of the
death of her Bister-in-law, Mrs. S. F. Fris
toe, of Cincinnati. Her husband and
three daughters, Misses Sallie and Lena
and Mrs. W. H. Steinbrenner, survive
Mrs. Fristoe was a Miss Shackloford
previous to her marriage, and was a sister
of Mrs. Robt. F. Means. The family
resided in Maysville for some time beforo
moving to Cincinnati.
All members of Company L, Second
Infantry, K. S. G., are commanded to re
port at the armory next Friday night,
Feb. 19, 1004, at 7 p. m.
J. A. Dodson, 1st Lt. Commanding Co.
See our wall paper window Hainline.
Painless extraction of teeth at Br. Cart
mell'e. Prayer meeting at the Christian Church
to-night at 7 o'clock.
Mr. Fred Zweigart ib convalescent after
an illness of a few weeks.
The L. and N.'s earnings the fust week
of February show an increase of $48,093.
Mrs. Ann E. Strode is ill with asthma
and the grip at her home on East Second
Have Made Many Maysville People Enthusiastic.
No wonder scores of Maysville people
grow enthusiastic. It is enough to make
.anyone happy to And relief after years of
suffering. Public statements like the
following are but truthful representa
tions of the daily work done in Mays
ville by Doan'a Kidney Pills.
Mr. W. H. Paul, of Market street noar
Third, says : "I procured Doan's Kidney
Pills at J. Jas. Wood & Son's drugstore,
corner of West Second and Market
streets, and one box cured mo of pains
in my back and other evidences of a dis
ordered condition of the kidneys that
had given me much trouble for two
years or more. This statement of fact is
the strongest endorsement Doan'a Kid
ney Pills could have as to thoir wonder
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S, and
take no substitute.
Master Commissioner Tayjor has con
veyed to Jessie Hise a house and lot in
the East End for $350.
The wife of Rev. Robert Tollo, formerly
of this city, is reported critically ill at
her homo in Chattandoga.
Mr. Ed. Reubenacker, living noar
Washington, has sold his crop of 16,000
pounds of tobacco at 12 cents.
Tom Davis, of Ripley, employed at
Hurricane, W. Va., was terribly mangled
by a C. and O. train Sunday night.
Mr. and Mis. Ben H. Marshall have
been entertaining a handsome young
son at their homo at Washington since
Judge Hutchins has secured an in
crease of pension for A. A. Mannon, of
Augusta, at the rate of $8 a month from
Dec. 23rd, 1003.
W. W. Mcllvain, O. O. Calhoun and
Georgo C. Easton have been appointed
to appraise tho personal estate of the
late James H. Rains.
Tho six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Slattery, of Millersburg, is suffering
from spinal trouble, and has been taken
to Lexington for treatment.
MIbb Martha E. Moore, of Louisville, is
at the Central Hotel and will give a free
lecture to the ladies Thursday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock at t,ho Y. M. O. A. parlors.
The widow and childron of the late
Georgo W. Sulser have sold to Hon. E.
L. Worthington tho handsomo brick resi
dence on the southeast corner of Fourth
and Market streots for $4,500 cash.
Master Commissioner Taylor has con
voyed to Dr. S. E. Pollitt about 147 acres
between Minerva and Dover, belonging
to tho estate of the late Andorson Jen
nings, the consideration being $3,713,34
Two Email children of Robert Brandy
and wife, colored, were badly burned
Tueeday morning about 9 o'clock at the
home of the family on East Fourth street..
Brandy and his wife were both away
from home at the time, and had left the
children in the care of their older sister.
The latter left the room for a short titnn
for aome purpose and while she was ab
sent the others caught fire from the
grate and both were badly burned, the
youngest child being burned to a crisp
almost, from the'knce3 up. Sho was
Btill alive this morning, but it is not
thought possible for her to recover.
See the now piano at Gerbrich's, $175.
Attorney Geo. W. Adair was able to
be down town Tuesday, after an illnefs
of a couple of weeks.
I. C. Van Meter, of Lexington, paid
$60,000 cash for the Stanley Prewitt farm '
of 596 acres in Fayette County.
Mrs. Charles Beach, of Esculapia, will
receive $2,000 under the will of tho late
Ben Wood Davis, a wealthy Cincinnatian
who died a few daya ago.
Mr. M. Sweeney, who was seriously in
jured Tuesday morning by a hogshead of
tobacco rolling against him, was resting
a little easier this morning.
Maurice Barry has sold to Edward
JSarry his undivided halt interest in the
Briefiold farm of 120 acres on the North
Fork, also six acres below Murphysville,
Rev". Fred D. Hale, the well-know.n
Baptist minister of Owensboro, has ac
cepted a call to tho church at Wilming
ton, N. O. The Balary is $2,500 per
year and a handsomo parsonage.
andard Oil Co. Lamp
jtjtjtjtjfiSALE PRICE ONLY..,..
J. T. KACKLEY& CO.
Oar Photographs for $3 per dor. arc large and good KACKLEY & CO.
Mr. Sam M. McDonald and family
have moved from Cincinnati to Coving
ton and taken up their residence at 409
Garrard street. Mr. McDonald wanted
to get back into a Democratic State for a
Charles Campbell, an umbrella re
pairer, drank sixteen glasses of whisky
and a bottlo of beer Saturday night at
Greenup and at last accounts the Coro
ner was trying to decide whether ho was
Dr. Layton, a native of Lewis County,
who has been a missionary of tho Chris
tian Church at Bolengi, Africa, and in
tho Congo country, is expected to visit
his old home next week, and attend a
series of missionary rallies in this sec
tion. He has a number of relatives in
. . '
Mr. Richard WoIbIi, living south, of
Washington, had his leg broken in two
places below the kneo Monday morning
whilo cutting a tree down. In falling,
the tree struck another tree, throwing it
on his log before ho could get out of the
way. As ho was 'some dlstanco from his
home ho lay in the cold for eovoral hours
before .anyono came to his assistance,
and was chilled almost to insensibility.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HONEST PRICES PREVAIL.
TUP PBDMCTT MABBI C ff1 MAYSVILLE, KY.,
n mb uHmibi i mniiufahi ww., no. in sunoN street, b
AH styles, "best on earth' lowest "prices, at
W. F. POWER'S.
Before You Slipl
W. HOLTON KEY, Agent.
onice White Building, op. Bank of Maysville.
The New York Store
FARMERS, do not forget, when you are in town
Saturday to look: at our TOBACCO COTTONS.
As usual, we sell cheaper than others. Prices lie
to 33c, worth more. This is the old price, no ad
vance. HAYS & CO.
P. S. Complete stock of Domestics, fancy Dress
Goods, Shoes, etc., cheaper than at other places.
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