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Capt James Morgan Hooff, of
the steamer Winefrede, is home
for a week.
The J T Hatfield, Capt Geb
hart oommacder, loft laat night for
the mines tojbring ont ooal for the
The Otto Marmet, Capt Ed
"Woodward in oommand, left Ray
mond.City last night with a two of
coal for Cinoinnati
The Reba Reeves is on the
Gardner dooka for general repairs.
TheR P Gillbam left Point
Pleasant with a tow of 22 pieoea
The Florenoe Marmet is in the
Kanawha harbor. She will leave
in a few days for Cinoinnati
The new steamer D T Lane is
dropping ont ooal from the mines
for reshipment from here to Cin
cinnati. The new Lane is in
charge of Capt Albert Martin.
The J B Lewie, Capt John T
Martin in command, left Monday
sight for Cinoinnati
The bids for the oonstrnotion of
what is known as the "Pass for
Dam No. 19. a few miles below
Parkersbnrg, will be opened in the
offioe of the D. S. Engineer at
Wheeling, on April 12 As soon
as this portion of the work is com
pleted it will be followed by the
-construction of the look and then
United States Engineer Col. J
G. Russell, in oharge of the works
and improvements on the Ohio
River, annonnoes that he expeots
to be able to begin on April 1 the
Burveys for sixteen new looks and
dams authorized by Oongress.
The work will take fully one and
one-half yeaTs for completion, he
estimate). He believes that the
work oan be done by the men at
tached to the Pittsburg, Louis
ville, Wheeling and Cincinnati of
fioes, without muoh help.
Captain Jesse Hughes, Clerk
Harmon and Mate Willie of the
Taooma, are looming up like a
flower in blcom in the spring in
their attractive new blue uniforms,
- while the rest of the orew are look
ing like the last rose of summer in
4heir old clothes. Purser Dave
^joetterday also invested in a blaok
suit, for he says it makes him look
like a gentleman, whioh we oan
?vonoh for, for he oerUinly is, from
$is oonrteous treatment to all pat
sengers. Pilot Hemy Bolloway
says it was bargain day in Cinoin
nati and the orew attended, where
it was a sale of clothes for street
men.?Ironton Notes, Waterways
Captain Aaron MoLaughlin,
whose death ooourred a few days
ago at Marietta, was one of the
oldest and widely known master
pilots on thje Ohio river and tribu
taries, having been in servioe for
over fifty years. He was born at
Norwalk, Ohio, in 1S34, and at the
age of fifteen he began life on the
river, starting as a cabin boy,
but rose rapidly in the business,
and was soon at the wheel. Capt.
MoLaughlin was the pilot on the
Uuokeye, Carrie Brooks, Zmes
?ville, Salt Valley, Carrolton, Hud
eon, Pittsburg, Emma Graham,
Katie Stockdale, St. Lawrenoe,
Virginia, Queen City and Lorena.j
[7 Mr Geo Jones, and his wife,
Mrs Matilda Jones, residing near
Flat Rook, died Saturday night
and Snnday morning, respectively.
Mr Jones was aged about S2 and
_ Mrs Jones (about 72. They were
both buried yesterday, in the same
Popils neither absent or tardy or
below 75 per oent.
Stacey Gill, Helen Henry, Flor
enoe Henaon, Elizabeth Mnllan,
Bnby Bnrton, Rassel Beoket, Gar
nett Ohildera, John Epple, Law.
renoe Harmon, Harry Hammel,
Frank Miller, George Williamaon
Ella Howard, Taaoher.
Fay Barton, Frank Fry, Howard
Gibbons, Carl Gardner, Seth Ly.
ons, Charley See, Harold Haynea,
Othneil Whitten, Inez Bnrton,
Madeline Kayser, Katie Lewi*,
Katie Tharp, Boma Thomas, Ger
Virginia Beban, Teaoher.
Frank Barton, Balph Boggess,
Boy Derry, Birthold Epple, Pearl
Folden, Charles Fry, Bonald Gill,
Viotor Park, Sanford Bhoades,'
Bassell Thomas, Beba Derry, Le-'
one Hngbes, Elizabeth Kenny Lil
Carrie Molntoeh, Teaoher.
Orin Beard, Lyle Bnrdett, Hc
mer Folden, Bonnie Gibbs, George
Henry, Harry MoDaniel, Bay Gill,
Howard Bnth, Floyd Stover, Boy
Thomas. Stanley Wolf. Edna Bow.
en, Marjory Cartmill, Beatrioe Eok
ard, Stella Gibbons, Violet Math
ewe, Vadia Bogera. Theo Wilson.
Lenora Somerville, Teaoher.
Stella Arrington, Natalie Bryan,
Sybil Bardett, Irma Friedman,
Daisy Howard, Marie Knhn, Sallie
Lewis. Marjorie Bothgeb, Hilda
Wartenberg. Gladys Petty, Okey
Bardett, Clarenoe Cheesebrew,
Raymond Condee, Norman Hay.
' man, Leo Kinoade, Harold Ruth,
Lamar Whitten, Lawrenoe Wolf.
Lizzie Hogg, Teaoher.
Sanferd Blazer, Harold Boggess,
Willie Heslop, Goldie Comstook,'
Artlee Epple, Marie Filson, Lena
Fogleeong, Clara Heib, Fannie
Jamison, Mary Varian.
Katbryn Comstook, Teaoher.
Grades 7th and 8th.
^ Alva Boggess, Samnel Holloway,
Nelson Park, Franoes Stover, Wil
bert Thomas, Donnelly Yeager,
M9y Errett, Lorena Gibbs, Anrilla
Heslop, Elizabeth Losey, Emelie
Steinbaoh, Franoes Van Meter
Eva Hughes, Teaoher.
l*t Year?Lillian Asher, Donald
Bailer, Ennioe Bardett, Emma
Clark, Georgia Comstook, Minnie
2nd Year?Don Barnside, Louis
Friedman, Lola Gibbs, Gtory Love,
3rd Year ? Raymond Brown,
Gertrude Burdett, Caroline Fried
man, Dora Kinoade. Harry Lewis,
Anno Whitten, Florenoe Howard.
Bertha J. Steinbaob, Prinoipal.
REV. J. HOWARD GIBBONH* EtCTOR.
The following services will be
held at Christ Chnroh this week,!
to whioh every one is most oordially
Monday, 3:30 p m.
Tuesday, 3:30 p m.
Wednesday. 7:30 p m.
Thursday, c30 p m, Adminis
tration of the Holy Communion.
Friday, 11:00 a m. At this ser
vice Bishop Peterkin will preaoh. I
7:30 am. Administration of the
9:30 a mi Sunday Sohool,
11:00 a n, Morning Prayer and
I There's "Som<? Class" to These Clothes ?
The smartness of cut and pattern
with the good workmanship that
gives real value.
We needn't tell you that there's
a world of difference in the way
clothes are made, and if you are
going to get your money's worth
you must use a reasonable am't -?
of vigilance and discrimination
in your selection.
Here are some "classy clothes"
?The Adler Rochester make?we
have them in all the latest styles
and fancy patterns, and they are ?
dandys, cut with the long roll
lapel cuffs and sleeves and Peg
Price, $8, $10, $12, $15,
$18, $20, $22.50 up to $25
Hats, shirts, cravats, handker- 4
chiefs and half-hose in all the
desirable patterns and in tints
to match the suits.
look before you buy.
N. B.-~We are Special Agents
for the Knox, Boxford, Beacon
and Hawes Hats.
UNION CLOTHING CO.,
The Store that saves you money. POINT PLEASANT.
Come in and??s>DcL0ER
Sermon, Bishop Peterkin being
8.00 p m. Speoiaj Servioe. At
this Servioe Franklin Commander?
No 17 K. T. will attend.
The following mneio will be
rendered at the 11:00 o'clooK Ser
Pro. Hymn 450 "All Hail the
Power of Jesus' Name!"
Christ onr Passover, in F, by F^
Gloria Patri, in E flat, by Cor
Te Denm, in E flat, by Willard
Jubilate, in B flat, by E Nevin.
Hymn US "At the Lamb's High
Feast We Sing."
Offertory, "Morn's Roseate
Haes," in G, by G. W. Ghadwiok.
Offertory Sentenoe, "Praise God,
from Whom All Blessings Flow!"
Reo. Hymn 450 "All Hail the
Power of Jesus' Name."
There will be Servioe at Spilmsn
ChBpel, Friday, 7:30 p m., Bishop
At Bruoe Chapel Easter Sunday
3:00 p m., Bishop Peterkin preach
Come and worship with us.
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH.
Viand Street, between 6th and 7th.
O. M. l'ULLEX. PASTOR.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching by the.-pastor nest
Sunday morning and night. All
Preaching servioes, second and
fourth Sundays 11 am and 7:30 p
m. Sunday Sofcool every Sunday
9:45 am. A oordial imvitation is
extended to all.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, U S. A.
REV. J. PATTERSON, Pastor.
Oakdole and Millstone 1st and 3rd
Sabbaths of each month.
Baden 2nd Sabbath 11 a. in. and 7:30
p. m. Pleasant Flats, 4th. Sabbath,
11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Mary Rowley, mother of
Oapt, Walter D. Holmes, oelebrated
her 84th birthday last Sunday.
A great many friends visited her
on that day, showing the high re.
speot and esteem they have for this
good woman. She is still in very
good health and aotive for one so
old, and bids fair to live many
more years, whioh her friends de
Program for Mothers Jewels
Olab, whioh meets every other Sat
1. Singing by all, My Country 'Tis
2. Bible Reading.
3. The Lord's Prayer.
4. Reoitation, Helen Buxton.
5. Song, Helen Henny.
6. Reoitation, Virginia Whaley.
7. Song, Reba Derry.
8. Reoitation, Elizabeth Kenny.
9 Reoitation, Roma Thomas.
10. Roll Call and Colleotion.
"GOOD THINGS TO EAT."
Tbe last of the salee of "Good
Things t j Eat" given by the ladies
of the Episcopal Church, for the
benefit of their Reotory fund, will
be held at tbe Edisonian parlor
on next Saturday, from 10 a. m. to
6 p. m. Tbe supply will be large,
the assortment diversified, the
prioes the lowest consistent with
toe best thing these famous cooks
know how to prepare. They are
not only in the reaoh of the rioh
and the poor but will prove a treat
for all as well bs a blessing to the
head of tbe household who has
earned a respite from additional
oare on Easter Day. Stop in and
yourself be benefitted as well as
lend a hand in so worthy a canae.
Anything yon want specially pre
pared you oan have mads to order
by telephoning Mesdames J. P. R.
B Smith, J S. Spenot-r or Missea
Irene Bowyer, Kate Stribling or
any of the ladies of the Episoopal
Church will see that your order is
President Roceevelt deolared he
would live most of his time in the
West after hiB return from Africa.
NEW MILLINER'S OPENING!
IjM Don't fail to attend the Elite Millinery Opening,
April 8th, 9th and in, 1909,
Franklin Building, next door to Filson Bros. You -will
see Styles never before shown in Point Pleasant. Don't
forget Date or Place.
HESS & STUART,
Franklin Building Point Pleasant, W. Va.