We are more than ever convinced that "our" . . . i -
THE BEE HIVE I
$3 to St. Louis and
Would be awfully cheap, wouldn't it? But we do not believe that this rate would be
as cheap in proportion as Special Lots No. 5 and 6 which we offer on FRIDAY. Es
LOT NO. 5.
Ladles' Leather Hand Bags.
A manufacturer's surplus stock. We made the offer, the cash did the rest. New 3
and nobby. Everything right but the price 39c, worth 72c. to $1.25. E5
LOT NO. 6.
- White Featherstitch Braid. ' 1
Full six yard pieces, vorth from 15 to 20c. each, to go at the small sum of throe :3
pieces for 25c. E5
Look out for Lot No. 7 it's a stunner. 3
are the kind people want. The confidence we place
in our shoes is such that we warrant every pair to
give reasonable satisfaction. If they do not, money
back or another pair of shoes. W. L. Douglass in
Men s and Boys' and Hana'n & Son in Men's only.
''Clothing talk later in the week'
IS SHOWING THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF SPRING WOOLENS FOR
Suits and Trousers
That can be found tbia side of New York. Some foreign, some domestic, but all of
the very best manufacture. I have added a new departure to my Merchant Tailor
ing, and believe have supplied a long felt want.
Created in the most artistic fashions at prices that will fit as well as the garments
they buy are furnished now at this establishment.
Agents for the celebrated Teasdale'a Dyeing and Cleaning Works.
Chas. A. Walther,
Merchant Tailor, 23 W. Second Street.
I . 3
A Genuine Patent Colt Lace
Shoe For Ladies'
This shoe has Cuban heels and medium weight soles. They
will wear well and remain shapely. PRICE $2.25.
Pan "kake" flour andsyrup Galhoun'e.
Painless extraction of teoth at Dr. Cart
mell's. 1 1
Prayer meetingat Christian Church to
night at 7:30.
Rev. W. T. Spears preached at Mur
physville Sunday afternoon.
No cut prices by the day at Gerbrich'e.
He gives piano's value from Btart.
John Rico and Mattie Barbour, co'
ored,have been granted marriage license.
Mrs. Harriet Stickley of the Fifth ward
has been quite ill with neuralgia since
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith have
moved into the Payton residence on Sec
ond street, Sixth ward.
Judge Hutchins has secured an in
crease of pension for Granville Cooper at
rate of $8 a month from Feb. 12, 1904.
Jailer Mcllvain entertained the mem
bers of the Fiscal Court and some other
friends at dinner at the Central Hotel
Mr. W. H. Smith, of Shannon, and
Mrs. Martha Ward, of Mayslick, were'
mnrrieil Tuoarlox. anantnn n Tni TIT. '
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Ecklar of Sardis.
WALL PAPER IDEAS
cWJjfiFOR SEASON OF 1904..3
The following papers can be had In our store cheaper than at Cincinnati, Ohio :
The Loire Crown Hangings.
The. Mosque Crown Hangings, top and bottom.
The Kohinoor Crown Hanging.
The Moire Filler, with Athens Freize. '
The Victor Applique Freize.
The Washington Freize for Moire.
Old styles and odd lots of paper at your own price, 3c. per roll of 8 yds.
Double face Shade.
Day's Diamond Paste for wall paper.
Call and see us,
J. T. KACKLEY& CO.
Our Photographs for $3 per doz. are large and good KACKLEY & CO.
J. HENRY PBCOH.
KILLED BY TRAIN.
W. D. Bell, Formerly of This City, Believed
. to Ilavo Ended Lfo by Jumping in
Front of Engine.
A man who was killed by a train near
the Latonia race track back of Coving
ton Monday has been identified as W. D.
Bell, at one time a resident of Maysvillo.
Earl Bronson, a telegraph operator em
ployed at Latonia by the L. and N. rail
road, identified tho remains.
Monday morning Bell accosted Bron
son and asked for money with which to
purchase liquor. Ho was Intoxicated at
the time and ho was not given any money.
A short time later Bell either fell or
jumped in front of a train and was al
most instantly killed.
The Times-Star says Bell was employed
as a telegraph operator at Falmouth at
one time by the It. 0, railroad and later
worked for tho Norfolk & Western rail
road, but was discharged for drunken
ness. Bell came to Maysvillo in August of
1899 and claimed to be a printer. Ho
was genteel in appearance when not
drinking but like many other bright and
Intelligent minds ho allowed liquor to
ruin him. He went from here to Flem
ingsburg where he met and shortly after
wards married a Mrs. Huddleston, mother
of Mrs. William H.Gillespio, of the Sixth
ward, this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bell re
sided for a time in Maysvillo, but as n re
sult of his periodical Bprees sho left him
!n 1900 and instituted suit for divorce.
The suit however was afterwards dis
continued. Mrs. Clark who has been quite ill with
rheumatism at tho home oi her daughter
Mrs. 0. 0. Hopper is improving.
Tho M, 0. Russell Co. are sporting a
handsome now truck wagon of the latest
design and all up-to-date improvements,
which will facilitate matters in the hand
ling of their largo and growing business.
The eight-year-old Bonof Daniel Boone
of Moransburg died last night. Tho child
had been an invalid for some time. Tho
burial will be in Charleston Bottom.
Boy, not under fourteen, who is willing
to work and anxious to learn the print
ing business, can1 find employment by
making early application at the Bulletin
The late Dr. dark of Vanceburg was
fifty-soven years old. His wife, who was
Mies Carrie Rogers, an adopted daughter
of the late Robert Bedford, survives, with
one daughter and two sons.
Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell of the
county have sold their farm and will
move with their family to KansaB in a
few days. They are very estimable peo
ple and would bo welcome in any com
Miss Grace Anderson was kind enough
,to draw tho name cf Mrs. Bon Poyntz
from the box containing hundreds of
names in tho Bee Hive registering con
test, which gave the latter the choice of
any of the Bee Hive's patternhats.
Of every description. None better. None cheaper. All
lettering done with pneumatic tools jJtjt,)!,)!
THE GARNETT MARBLE CO.,
Ill Sutton Street.
Now is the time to take stock in the
thirtieth series Limestone Building Asto-
Delicious, fresh candies, 10c. pound at
Have you seen the new combined Life, Health
and Accident contract issued by
the Travelers' Insur
W. HOLTON KEY, Agent.
Sirs. Nannie Fletcher Passed Away This
Hlorning at Homo of Her Sister
Miss Lottio Wood.
Mrs. Nannie 0. Fletcher died this
morning at tho home of her sister,
Mills Lottio Wood, at tho Hill House.
Mrs. Fletcher had been in failing health
for several years but her death was very
sudden, Sho leaves one daughter, Mrs.
Warren Gilbert, of Waco, Texas, and
three BistorB, Mrs. Maria B, Corson, of
New Orleans, Mrs. Lucretia Oartmell and
MIbs Lottio Wood, of this city.
Tho funeral will take place at tho First
Presbyterian Church to-morrow at 2
o'clock, services by Roy. Dr. Barbour.
Burial private in Maysvillo Cemetery.
THEY ARE HERE-OUR
And they are all right, too. Do not neglect to look at them. It's tho
best and largest assortment we ever carried. Ready-to-wear and Trim
med Hats for Ladies and Children. PriceB to suit any purse.
Shirt Waists and Skirts!
New goods just in. Sl.OO Waists 69c, $1.50 Waists 75c, no fancy
brands, but tho actual goods.
SKIRTS Prices 98c. an up to $5. See our elegant Mohair Skirts.
$1,98 buys a good, wcll-mado Skirt in black and grey.
Housefurnishings For Easter!
Table Oilcloth 17c, good Tablo Linen 25c, elegant Table linen 49c,
Laco Curtains 49c. on up; beBt $1 Lace Curtains in town.
A new lot in ; wide Ribbons, all colors, 10c.
HAYS 8 CO
New York Store
P. 8. neavy Bleached Muslin 5c, heavy Brown Muslin 5c.
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