Knee Deep in Junej
With the grandest line ot "Arawana " flAMMUL we nave ever siiown. m
JzmAuW 2i Thq Fr1, SaU
Nobody need derrf themselves Hammock comfort this summer if they
come here. The largest stock in town from which to make a selection.
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50c to $7,
with many prices betwixt and between.
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HERE AND THERE.
Hems of Interest From Nearby Towns and
Villages Contributed by the Bul
letin's Corps of Correspondents.
Mokansbum., June C David Burnett Is on the
Misses Betty Moran, Lourena Sheeler, Charles
Moran and Glenn Marsh recently visited Miss
Nannie Adams ol Washington neighborhood.
Jiev. T. S. Buckingham preached here Sunday
morning and night. .
Mrs. W. L. Moran lost a line cow last week,
valued at $75.
Mies Lizzie Haughaboo has been the guest of
her cousin, Sallie Haughaboo, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sheeler and daughter, Mary
Elizabeth, spent last Sunday at KIpley.
Rev. Pierce Bramel begins a protracted meet
ing in the Charleston Bottom school house to
night. Miss Lizzie Brittaln remains very ill.
Amiel Huber finished setting tobacco Wednes
day. W. L. Moran arrived home Saturday after
Hpendlng several weeks at Cowan, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richardson entertained a
.crowd of young people, those present being
Misses Lillian Moran, Emma Huber.Vlva Louder
back, Myrtle Sheeler and Addle Day, John
Coffee, Joe Day and Reed Richardson.
Miss Ethyl Vicroy contemplates returning to
Virginia in two weeks.
Miss Katie Mackey who has been critically ill
for a few days is able to be out again.
Notice, Pocahontas Members.
All members of Mojave Council No. 0,
D. of P., are urced to be preeent at a
called meeting tbiB (Tueeday) evening at
7:30 at the Red Men's ball. Eueinees of
Blanche B. Styles, Pocahontas.
Nora M. Clinger, Keeper of Recorde.
Mr. Delmore Daulton of Helena was
stricken with paralyBis Sunday, and was
in a critical condition f or some time, but
had improved eomewhat at last reports.
Foreet Chamberlain is the new post
master at Piqua, Robertson County.
John W. Early (forman), W. W. Gault,
CharleB Hunter, C. C. Arthur, Thomas
Downing, James "W. Runyon, Peter
Cook, Thomas Mackey, Dan Maher, Geo.
H. Atkinson, JameB S. Bratton and R. J.
Gaither compose the grand jury empan
Povntz Bros, are the only Maysville
distillers Eelling pure 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 beet. Office 126
Market street Watson's old Btand.
Mr. J. B. Noyes, as agent for the Chris
tian Endeavor Hotel Co. of St. Louis, has
been notified that no more certificates
will be issued on and after June 20. The
Bulletin advises all who wish to -secure
cheap rateB during World's Fair to see
Mr. Noyes and get a certificate now.
Are you ready for the Carnival ? It is
only six days off, and then the Red Men's
Pow-wow and Carnival will open in a
blaze of glory. Every thingiB in readiness
and nothing has been left undone that
will go toward making the biggest week
of festivity and merriment Maysville has
ever known. The shows are the beet
that can be procured. Three bands will
furnish the music.
Taylor at "Ingiany" has' had a price
set upon his head and is to-day a fugi
tive and wanderer upon earth on ac
count of complicity in the aeeaeeination
of William Goebel. That he has the
b!ood of this man upon his hands, it's
probable there isn't a man in the Com
monwealth doubts. It's likely there
isn't a man in Kentucky that would rest
under the imputation that Taylor does
were he innocent of any criminality, as
this man claimB to be.
Now, Taylor at Washington sets the
price on sugar and coffee, and will sell
granulated sugar at 5c. and package cof
fee at lie.
THIS OUGHT TO CONVINCE.
J. J Wood & Son Will Pay For Hyoniei
Themselves When it Fails to
"If I only knew it to be true, I would
not hesitate a moment." This is a
thought the average person has when
reading the claimB of some of the medi
cines that are advertised as curea for ca
tarrh. The results from the use of Hyomei
are so remarkable in the cure of catarrh,
that they eeem beyond belief. The fact,
though, that J. J. Wood & Son, one of
the best-known druggists in this section,
have so much confidence in the power of
Hyomei to cure catarrh that they sell it
under their personal guarantee' to re
fund the money if the purchasers can
say that it did not help them, ought to
convince the most skeptical that Hyomei
can be relied upon to cure all catarrhal
troubles, no matter how serious or deep
seated. The complete Hyomei outfit, consist
ing of 2 neat inhaler that can be carried
in the puree or pocket, a medicine-dropper,
and a bottle of Hyomei, coBts only
one dollar. Additional bottles of Hy
omei can be procured for fifty cents,
making it the most economical of treat
ments. Catarrhal colds, which are so com
mon at this season of the year, have
been cured in a day. Mild cases of ca
tarrh that have become chronic are fre
quently cured in a week or ten dayB.
Now is the time to begin the use of Hy
omei, remembering that J. J. Wood &
Son sell every package on a positive
guarantee to refund the money if it fails
FOR QUEEN OF CARNIVAL.
Figures Showing How the Vote Stood at
The vote for Queen of the Red Men's
Carnival to date is as follows :
Miss Nettie Smith 1428
Miss Annie Tayne 7SC
Miss Mae Martin COO
Miss Lucy MacDonald 3U
Miss Anna Grimes C2V
Miss Edna Meenacb 07
Miss Maud Taylor. , 135
? The ideal upright. Abso- IS
2 lotely durable. Loved by
JSZ. ne people, extolled by the
ZZ. f ress ano praised by music- S
U Call at Messrs. JOHN L ""jE
"WINTER & CO.'S store, S
2ZI and see us. "We say sec us" f
J3 advisedly, for a part of our ,p
ZH life enters into every Smith p
S & Nixon piano.
jjjj- After a lifetime's effort, p
2JH we can conscientiously sub- p
X scribe ourselves yours sue- m
JtT The Smith t Nixon S
m- Piano Co.
ANTED-A cook. Apply to MRS. JOHN V.
rovvER. Fleming pike. VJ
"XTTANTEU Lady or gentleman of faireduca
YV tion to travel for a firm of 8250.000 capital.
Salary 81.072 per year and expenses ; paid weekly.
Address M. I'KRCIVAL, Maysville, Ky 7-d3t
The Euit of Jesse L. Hoffman agaicst
the city of Maysville and the January &
Wood Co. for f 20,000 damages was dis
missed in the Circuit Court Monday, at
plaintiff's cost. ThiB leaveB city without
any damage suits pending.
AT ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE AT
Extra Special For Closing-Out Sale!
Men's Patent Colt Bals, worth $3.50, close-out price, $1.73
Men's Vici Bals, worth $3, close-out price, $1.49
Women's Patent Colt Ribbon-Laced French Heel Oxfords, worth $3,50, . $1.99
Do not fail to attend this sale as such bargains were never offered before.
GreatWestern Shoe Store
W. H. MEANS, Manager.
Makes old things new. Liquid Veneer
will put a brilliant, elastic and transpar
ent finish on any article of wood or metal
that has a vanished, japanned or enam
eled surface, renewing and increasing ita
original brilliancy and newness without
is a new discovery and is marvelously
efficient. It can be simply and easily ap
plied with a soft cloth, as explained in.
the directions. It is adapted to the finest
surfaces, Buch aa pianos and highly fin
ished woodwork, making them glisten
like new and leaving no Btreaks or rough
ness. For hard wood floors it is a marvel.
By simply passing a cloth moistened with
Liquid Veneer over them the transform
ation is wonderful and they instantly ac
quire a beautiful, glistening appearance
of newness and cleanness.
Liquid Veneer cleans, disinfects and
veneers at the Bame time. Price 60 centa
a bottle. For sale by
Wall Paper and Paint.
We handle nothing but the best
grades of COAL at right price.
Now is a good time to buy.
Send us your orders. Yours
Maysville Coal Ca
TUESDAY, JUNE 7.
Benefit of Washington Fire Co,
Presenting a program of
Polite Vaudeville, Illustrated Songs,
Williams & Wcls Amusement Company.
PRICES-Gallery JOc, Balcony 25c, down
Are You Going to
If you are we have all the swell de
signs at lowest prices. Agent for
W. H. RYDER,
We cure cancer without the knife. Very UtUo
County during the last ten years. We send a
"vu uuui uiuu IC411CBI wuicu leilB ail BDOUl
method ot treatment. Will refer you to Mr.
Wedenla, Ky., Mrs. Joel T. Luman, Mt. Carasol
Ky Wm. Bramel, North Fork, Ky., and a dozoir
xxi ne In your own county II you wish them
Write for free book at once.
DBS. CRAT1GNY C BUSH,
Oddfellow Temple, Cincinnati, O.
jMDR. LANDMANjt j
Thursday, July 7th, 1904.
All Work Guaranteed. Ka ftnv w( swnmi
Bireet, MaysYiiio, Ky, ;(
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