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The evening bulletin. [volume] (Maysville, Ky.) 1887-1905, August 31, 1904, Image 4

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These Days the Farmer is
Strictly "in it"
hi 1
! Should Smile"
Corn booming the price of wheat way above the century mark and more good news pour
ing in. Think of the fun he'll have spending this wealth improving the "place" that made
such rich returns. Makes us feel good, too, to know we'll share in his prosperity by selling
him a Cutting Box, Pump, an Ax, some Nails and a roll or so of American Field Fencej
Frank Owens Hardware
5 40 a. m 1 15 p. m.
9:50 a. tn 8:15 p. m,
All daily except Sunday.
G...9:55 a. m.
2.. .1:30 p. m.
No. 20...5:55 i. m.t
No. 8...9:30 p. m.
No. 4..10:31 p. m.
'No. 5...5:25a
.o. o...o:'oa.
Nn. 1...B:1S n. m.
( No. 19...9:00 a. m.
V No. 3.. .3.25 p. m.
BrUITF west
IDally except Sunday.
Note Poplar street Hag stops, trains 19, 31 and
Market street stops, 19, C, 31 and 20.
Trains No. 5 and are accommodation trains
west of Maysrllle, and through trains east.
Ohio River and Columbus Railway Company,
Connects with Cincinnati, Georgetown and
Portsmouth Railroad at Georgetown and N. and
W. Iiailwav at Sardinia. Offlclal time table In
effect June 16, 1904. Subject to change without
Jtcad D91111. Kiad I'd.
30 20 10 15 25 35
I'M P.M A.M stations. A.M P.M P.M
00 12:55 C:50 Lv Ripley Ar. 9:45 4:05 fc.30
ii:io r.w :k Lv...ueorgeiown...Ar. w:uu a:aj :jo
C:50 2:15 8:10 Ar Sardinia Lv. 8:20 2:25 7:10
8:00 3:30 9:30 Ar....Cinclnnati....Lv. 7:05 1-30 5:00
Carrel St.
Buy through tickets, Cincinnati to BIpley and
Sardinia, at nycamore street Station or Carroll St.
Station of C., G and P. K. K., Cincinnati. Ticket
office, Ripley, Main street.
Close connection at Sardinia for Hlllsboro.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to
World's Fair, St. Louis.
For rates, address General Passenger Agent,
Ripley, Ohio.
w. G. Wagenhau', General Manager, 93 Perin
Building. Cincinnati.
J. J. H aines, General Superintendent, Ripley, O.
Advertised Letters.
The following ie a liet of letters remain
ing in the poetoffice at Maysville, Maeon
County, Ky., for the week ending Wed
nesday, August 31, 1904:
Polley, Mrs Rosy
Robinson & Curry
Russell. Mrs. Sarah Ann
Schwartz, Mrs. Hannah
Sellers, Kvaliue
Sldwell. Mrs. Ethel B.
Swice. Dcnnic
Thebold, Miss Emma
Therrer, C. H.
Tolle, James D.
Wood, Miss H. B.
Bell, Mrs. Hannah
Berryman, Miss Ethel
Boise, Henry
Calhoun, L. Newton
Corsley, James
Davis, Mike
Draffen, Dick & Co.
Gray, Joseph
Henderson, V. R.
Nelson, Robert
Plate A Tray
Pollltt, Mrs. Eliza
PereonE calling for any of the above
will please say advertised.
Clarence Mathewb, P. M.
Mre. Mattie Sheckner and Edward Dry
den of Aberdeen were married this week
by Rev. C. W. Horn of Georgetown, O.
This makes the second marriage of the
groom and the third for the bride.
National League.
Cincinnati 10000000 01 8 1
New York 00000003 03 6 1
Hahn and Peltz; Mathewson and
Bowerman. Umpire Zlmmer.
Pittsburg ., 0 0 10 0 01 6 S
Boston ,202000 1 9 2
Philippe and Phelps; Willis and Mo
ran. Umpires Flaherty and Need
ham. Chicago. ..00010030 04 9 3
Brooklyn. 10600010 08 12 4
Wicker and Kling; Jones and Ber
gen. Umpires Carpenter and Moran.
St. Louis. 00000200 02 9 1
Phlla'phla. 01000101 14 8 1
Taylor and Grady; Corrldon and
Dooln. Umpire Johnstone.
American League. ,
Phlla'phla. 00000000 00 4 2
Chicago... 00020010 03 7 1
Henley and Schreck; Patterson and
McFarland. Umpires Sheridan and
Boston... 10300270 13 18 0
Detroit.. 0000000 0' 0 0 6 5
Young and Crlger, Doran; KItson,
Stoval and Bevllle. Umpire Dwyer.
New York 00000000 11 6 0
Cleveland 00000000 00 4 2
Orth and Klelnow; Joss and Bemis.
Umpire O'Loughlln.
Wash'ton. 00000000 22 5 2
St. Louis. 01002000 03 9 0
Townsend and KIttredge; Pelty and
Sugden. Umpire King.
Wash'ton. 30100000 4 10 1
St. Louis. 00000001 01 6 0
Patten and Clarke; Howell and
Milwaukee 1, Toledo 1 (11 innings).
Game called on account of darkness.
Central League.
South Bend 5, Fort Wayne 3. IV
Marlon 6, Grand Rapids 5. i Wil
Evansvllle 2, Wheeling 10. ' T
Dayton 8, Terre Haute 2. " ""
How They Stand.
Clubs. Won. Lost. P. C.
Fort Wayne 78 46 .629
Terre Haute 71 54 .568
South Bend ....... 68 57 .544
Wheeling 63 58 .521
Dayton 60 -61 .498
Marion 54 66 .450
Evansvllle 53 72 .424
Grand Rapids .... 45 78 .366
Suffering Among Mormon Colonists.
EI Paso, Tex., Aug. 31. Reports
have reached here telling of considera
ble suffering among the Mormon colo
nists of Chihuahua, Mex., this year on
account of the prevailing drouth. On
ly half and third crops have been pro
duced, """its
The Philippine Commission Sails.
San Francisco, Aug. 31. The Pacific
Mall Steamship Co.'s new steamer
Mauchuria sailed Tuesday for the Ori
ent via Honolulu. She carried over.
200' cabin passengers, including the
members of the Philippine commission.
Knights Templars Gathering.
San Francisco, Aug. 31. Delegates
and visitors to the triennial conclave
of Knights Templars are arriving here
on every train. Louisville, Ky., com
mandery No. 1, accompanied by its
crack drill corps, reached here Tuesday.
Flour and Grain.
Cincinnati, Aug. 30. Flour Winter
patent, $5.25 6.50; fancy, $4.80 5;
family, $3.954.15; extra, $3.2503.50;
low grade, $2.903.15; spring patent;
$6(3)6.25; fancy, ?55.30; family, $4.70
4.90; Northwestern rye, $3.90g)4.
Wheat No. 2 red quotable at $1.10
1.12 on track. Corn No. 3 mixed
quotable at 54355c on track. Sales:
No. 8 white, track, 55c; rejected
white, track, E354c; rejected mixed
(poor), track, 6252c. Oats No. 2
mixed quotablo at 8333,c on track.
Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 33c; No. 2
white, track, 35c.
Llvs Stock.
Cincinnati, Aug. 30. Cattle Heavy
steers, choice to extra, $4.85(j5.25; fair
to good, $4.10(5)4.75; butcher steers,
extra, $4.664.75; good to choice, $4
4.60; heifers, extra, $44.25; good
to choice, $3.25 3.90; cows, extra,
$3.603.75; good to choice, $2.75(5)3.50.
CalveB Fair to good light, $5.756.25;
extra, $6.50. Hogs Good to choice
packers and butchers, $5.705.75;
mixed packers, $5.455.70; light ship
pers, $5.455.65; pigs, $4.255.40.
Sheep Extra, $3.50; good to choice,
$2.85 3.40. Lambs Ewes and weth
ers, $6.10g)6.25; good to choice, $5.50
Maysville People Can Decide.
You would not accept the word of an ut
ter stranger as readily as that of a person
whom you knew. The following state
ment is made by a citizen, perhaps a
neighbor. Bead it.
Mrs. Mary Kinsler, of 302 East Fourth
street, eays : "I sent a box of Doan's Kid
ney Pills obtained at J. Jas. Wood & Son's
drug store, corner of Second and Market
streete, to a relative living in the country
who was much troubled with kidney
complaint. The resultB obtained from
Doan's Kidney Pills show that only terms
of highest praise express the great cura
tive properties of the medicine."
For sale by all dealers ; price 50 cents
a box. FoBter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
The wise man is getting in his
supply for another winter be
cause you can't tell what may
happen at the mines this sum
mer, or what the weather may
be next winter. You should or
der your supply at once of the
Maysville Coal Co,
'PHONE 142.
Tuesday, Sept. 6th,
Opening Attraction,
A Minstrel Show Guaranteed to Please 1
PRICES, 25, 35, 50, 75.
Must go
at any price,
regardless of cost.
Don't buy before seeing
Vail Paper and Drugs.
is the Time to
Look After Your Roofs!
"v7e are handling two and three
Ply Felt Roofing, Rubberoid
and heavy Granite at the low
est possible price. The best
Paints in the market.
Sutton St.
Is now on and is worth investigation. Be sure to see our
bargain tables this week. Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords are
where the greatest sacrifice is made. See what we are sell-
ing for 24c This price will not put the soles on them.
Our tables at 39, 48, 73 and 99 cents are less than ever be
fore seen in Maysville. Men's $5 fine Shoes in all leathers
this week go at $2.49. Buy now and save money. Such
bargains are only found at
ill Your Coal Bi
Now before tho cold weather sets In,
before the price of Coal goes up. Get
the kind that burns evenly and does
not fill TnnrHtnTnnnwItli Mi ., ,i
clinkers. A Coal of that sort costs you
just twice as much in the end. Try a
wm of ours. It is all coal should be.
Farmers, we can load your wagon In
three minutes with our patent Hoist
and Coal Hopper. Office and yard,
corner of Second and Short streets.
Phone No. 70,
Great Western Shoe Store
W. H. MEANS, Manager.
strXSS N " WMt BeCOnd
Central Hotel,
Thursday, September 1st, J904.
Insure Your Wheat '
and Hay with.,
W. HOLTON KEY, Agent..
The New York Sun oueht to chnnen it. n.
or bo more stationary. '"
It may bo that Dr. Potter seeks to subdue tho
beer traffio by helping to drink It down.
Beer Is tho enemy of tho very Sabbath day
which Dr, Potter Is supposod to warn his parish
ioners to keep holy.

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