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The Advance Clnb entertained with a Wash ington Birthday dance at the Neptune Hall last evening First of the season: A hen belonging to Mr. Lee Dinger hatched a brood of eightchicka Menday morning. -Wesley Pearl, colored, aged 84, died at his home in Maddox arena this morning at 5 4slqck. Daring slave times ho belonged to the Porman family. Come at Last! We mean RIVER COAL Just received, a barge of the celebrated PLYMOUTH GOAL The kind that burns and holds fire over night. Send us your orders. Prompt delivery guaran teed. MaysvilleCoalCQ PHONE 142. Wire Fence! The famous "Koyal," the BEST FENCE MADE. Get our price before buying. BARBED WIRE, PLAIN WIRE, i WIRE NAILS. Big Stock. Good Prices. 'Nough Sed! MIKEBROWN The Square Deal Man. DOUBLE TRACK Work to Begin at Once on C. and O's. Second Track to Lawronco Crook The work of finishing the C. and O.'a double track from Mayavllle to Lawrence Creek, Weat, a dlatanco of rive miles, Is to commenco March 1st, and theralla will be laid by July 1st. The grading and stone work for the five mllea haa been practically finished for the past two yeara, and it ia an evidenco of good times to know that the work Is to bo resumed and completed with a rash. Tho Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Society will give a euchre Tuesday, February 23d, at Knights of St. John Hall. Admission 25 centa. Everybody invited. Mayaville Man Said to be Slated to Succoed Sam J. Robertsjtt Lexington A Loulavllle dispatch in Sunday's Enquirer says: Friends of Will D. Cochran of Mays ville, brother of Federal Judge A. M. J. Coch ran, say the Mason county man must accept an appointment under Mr. Tuft. They are booming him for Collector at Lex ington to succeed Sam J. Itoberts, and for Dis trict Attorney of the Eastern District. Thus far Cochran haa not evincid any will Ingneaa to accept any office. Richard P. Ernst of Covington, David M. Fairlelgh of Louisville, and other original Taft men are of the opinion that Dotblcli tog good for the Ninth District man. ' The position at Lexington Is one of the cholseat plnms to be given oat under' the flW Administration and pays a salary pf $4,500. Collector Roberts ia serving his third terra but will not be a candidate again for the office. Harry J, McDonald, a midshipman at tho Naval Acadomy from Kentucky, haa resigned. jJSff-Sea K. L. Ebersole for Times-Star premium. You can't beat it. St Charles Hotel. Timothy Seed at Russell's imotby Seed at Russell's imothy Seed at Russell's An edict issued at Pekin provides for the es tablishment of a naval department for tfia Chinese Empire. In E3IE!OH:i3srGI-ElR.'S ISO n SPRING OPENING , QQQf Wearing apparel for Men, Young Men, Boys and Children. Novelty is the spice of our clothing stock, It is to garments what salt is to soup. THE LATEST 1'ATTEKNS, LATEST COLORS AND LATEST MODELS. "Hechinger Clothes" are unhackneyed-clothes with the dash and daring and "snap" and "swing" that the latter-day boy, youth, young men and men who want to remain young demand in their dress. A look in our windows will convince you that we have sustained our position in tho clothing world and which is only equaled in the largest cities. Our Furnishing Goods Department is complete with tho choicest novelties for spring that could be procured. In our Hat Department it indeed' would be a. sore disappointment could we not please a customer. fiflr n0 "0U80 in tnis country can you find the four lines of Shoes to make your selections from that you can in !.. ours the Hanan, Ncttlpton, VV Li. Douglas and Walkover. Note the makes. rw homestore. TDm IE JiLj03HEX JCjJti JrC c&r CO. nB jJTalking machines and records at G 0 Mrs. John Morford died a day or so since at brlch'a. the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Langley, Mra. W. G. Lewis left yesterday afternoon for a visit to Qoanan and Dalla. Texas, of There were more flaga displayed here yea several weeks, after which she will return terday in honor of Washington's Birthday than here to locate permanently. baa been the caae In many years. Amy Coualna, 104 yeara old, died at Wash ington City. She was a slave of Thomas Jef ferson. A plea for a home for evory child In tho country was made at a meeting 'of the Na tional Congress of Mothers in New Orleans. Former Labor Commissioner Carroll D. Wright is dead at WorceaterlMasa. aar-'Old Tic," "Liasitone" and "Van nook" Whiskies, bottled in bond, at 85 centa per quart. 0. H. P. Thomas & Co. r PETER L. TARKEB. The venerable Peter L. Parker died at 8 o'clock this morning at hia home in East Sec ond street, in the ninetieth year of bis age. Several weeks ago Mr. Parker sustained a fall at his home, which, In connection with the infirmltiea of hia advanced yoara, resulted in his death. Deceased waa born near Orangeburg, and during hia long and useful life in tbia commu nity he held the very highest eateem of hia fel-Jpw-cltizens. ""- Surviving him are three Bona Meaara. John ,T., P. P. and J. E. Parker of this city. lUe leaves alao one sitter, Mrs. Martha Mcllvaln, and tw." brothers, William Parker of Rector Title and Stephen Parker of Lewiaburg. Mr. Parker bad been a member of the First : Baptist Church for more than fifty years, and . , waa one-of the faithful membera of that con '(grogation; The funeral will take place from his late home at 10:30 o'clock Tburaday morning, with .aervleea by the Rev. Roes (Arnold of the Bap Uiet Church, assisted by the Rer. W. W. Hall. ; The jnterment will follow in the Mayavllle 'Cemetery. t,II10Ulfl 8. TUOUSON. .Newa waa reoeived hers last night inform t ilng relatives of the sudden death of Mr. f.'Thomu S. Thomson, which occurred at 7 V -o'clock at the Dennlson Hotel, Cincinnati. He left hia home In Ripley yesterday morn- Vjiag for Cincinnati, whither he went for the "'"'purpose of consulting a specialist. He waa - taken III shortly after hia arrival and remained . ia a comatose state nntll death relieved him of . its suffering. '' Deeeaaed was born in Lewis county and waa in hia 4Gth year. He formerly reaided in thia city and clerked in the Owens & Barkley shoe atoro. In late yeara he haa been connected with the Kroger Grocery Company, Cincinnati. Ho leaves a widow and two daughter, two aiatera and one brother, Mrs. H, L. Newell of thia city, Mra. U. U. Walker and Mr. Edward Walker of Rectorvllle, besldca numeroca other relatives in thia city and elsewhere. Funeral will take place Tho red ay afternoon at 2 o'clook from hia late residence in Ripley, Ohio. Interment in Uaplewood Cemetory. Great Sale of Black Colored Dress Silks OFFERING MAGNIFICENT VALUES. Sale opens Wednesday at 9 a. m. Never before have we assembled such a splendid gathering of Silks to sell so much under regular prices, right at the beginning of the season, and right, too, when silks of every description are so much in demand. In the offerings described below every desirable silk manufactured for the spring of 1909 is repre sented. Take advantage of this splendid opportunity to anticipate your wants for the season. You cannot match the qualities anywhere at the prices we quote. THESE EXTRAORDINARY SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY CAPTAIN DAVID L. WKLS. Captain David L. Wells died at Murphya vlllb, Maaon county, on Monday, Febeuary 22d, 1909. He waa born Octobor 23d, 1823, and consequently waa in his 86th year, He lived a loag, usofal, upright life, and waa honored and respected by all hia neighbora and acquaintances. He loved hia country and waa patriotic and brave in war. Ho becune Captain of Company G, Sixteenth Kentucky Infantry, on April 14th, 18(2, and aerved in the Union Army, noted for nia bravery and unhesitating gallantry on the skirmish line and in battle, and he waa in many bloody engage ments and waa never known to abirk in tho hour of peril. He waa discharged from tho military service August 8th, 18G4, aftor en during incredible hardships, and he returned to hia home in Mason county, where he had since lived. Hia widow, two daughtera, one brother, Cap tain John E. Wells of thia city, and seven grandchildren survive to mourn hia death, He waa a grand man and a first claia citizen in every sense. Hia funeral will be held Wednesday at hia late home at Murphyavllle at 11 o'clock a. m. Interment will be is Trinity Cemetery. 89c Mesaaline 59o at Hunt's sale! 89c Messalinc Satin 59c Yard. Every popular aliade, also black and white. 75c Crepe de Chines 49c Yard. As light as veiling with lustrous crnpr tin I eh. 75c Striped Silks 49c Yard. Tn mnnntrmoor contraHtlii color. Wlilw ornarrowBtripfa. All nMiuIph. SI Rajah Silks 59c Yard. Bisque, champagne-and several shades of brown. SI Marquisette 59c Yard. White with satin stripes in self color overlaid with blue or pink ilowern. 75c to (I Silks 39c Yard. Figured and plaid Silks, chiefly dark colorw and In walit lengths. Kimona Silks 69c Yard. Iilght and dark colors in dls tinctlve Japanese patterns. 75c Colored Taffetas 49c Yard. Excellent bright chlfl'on llnUli in full color ran ft e, also black. 85c Foulards 59c Yard. In the bright satin ilnish now so popular. 75c Figured Silks 49c Yard. Self figured In one color or in sharp but harmonizing contrast. 89c Gray Silks 59c Yard. Several subdued shades of gray self figured. 89c to $H Silks 59c Yard. Strlpen, checks and plaids In broad variety, lterusrksblo value in the lot. $1.9 Taffeta 98c Yard. Black, full yard wide, soft llnlsh. At this prlco for three days only. Rough Pongee 98c A charming ahade of bisque with the rnahinnabln luster llnlsh. REMNANTS in three-quarter to five yard lengths at half price and less. DON'T MISS THIS IMPOKTANT I KATDltE OF OUIt SAIiK. 1852 HTTTHSTT 1909 ;?Monnmenta 1 Murray & Thomas. Mr. J. Wade Stewart of Flemlngaburg com bined business with pleasure while in the city yestorday. Wade haa many friends here who are alwaya glad to extend the hand of welcome. WCartmollextractf teeth without pain Mr. Shelby M. Blatterman of Uayalick ia one of the Commissioners appointed by Governor Willson for the Alaska-Yukon Exposition to bo held at Seattle, Wash., from June 1st to Octo ber 15th next. srAnti'Grippine for coughs and colds at Sallie Wood's Drugstore. A Washington paper saya that Mr. Justice Harlan of Kentucky will probably be chosen to preside over the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church at Denver. S ii i miMay SAVE GLOBE STAMPS. Some very Interesting news later. Just wait and save. Globe Stamp Co. It ia authoritatively stated that Tafl'a Cabi net probably will eontaln no Ohtoan. I SALTED PEANUTS Freeh ft-om tho roasters ud tho best you ever tasted, ONLY 20 CENTS A POUND. The New SPRING SILKS ARE HERE A great syndicate purchase enables us to give you some of the greatest vnhies we have ever offered. Not old stock to tempt you with prices, but brand now Silks from the artists' looms. All the new wanted shades and the cor, rect things for the particular dressor. Too many to enumerate, but you will find A Grand Selection At A beautiful lot t 24-inch Foulards at 7f)e: every color imaginable in the plain and stripe satin Alexandras at ' $1; ft guaranteed Black 1 nttotu at Jl , worm tfl.L's; our $l.5U grncte at spi.'Jfl. brJiUiAL Two patterns only of gen uine Rujak Silk at 75c. These identical Silks are boing displayed in a large department storo in jStow York for $1:25. Our Mr. A. L. Merz saw them thoro. . SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT6 are vor' proud, to annouueo that we have secured tho services of Miss Kate Fisher, who shall tako complot charge of our Alteration Room. Miss Fisher is ono of Maysville's leading drossmakors and noeds no introduction here. T yf TEST' ttw mmSrmLm UCLj --nr ktfcJI W WJ J . 'Kkvs' ' ' " - G.GEISEL m irrjt XJv. wHsHi '"' S3Sl . -i.'i. ifiAk, sste $&'.. 4, 'WV . iC'Jfl i l4.SKTliJ.,IH, V '1'2 ' .- f .?' V - 1 .'," je-r& ScSMtJSSKnilmfBufKl "aftft MJ3ttft"HWaWBawHawWrftW M)mMn Tfck1Satffl&i4MaBK9aWBMHaUAfltf9iMfti'