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ITHE BEE HIVEI Hechinger ifssfc; . W' &?.- . t - KSv6 vm;- s&l ;-i tf t- . tP: -&.. T -V. ; 1 -.. ,-V ( .-T rc ft Trade at the store that marks its goods in plain figures. Lot No. 3 and Lot No. 4 about them in next week's UiUlUiUlUIUllillliUililUllllUlUillillUiUllUUtUUlillliUUilUlUlUllUUIUiUiUIUliUUiUlU MRS. JOHN B. WALTON. Death Claimed This Good Woman Friday at Noon The Fnneral Will Take Place Sunday Morning. The venerable Mra. Susan Walton died Friday at noon at her home "Walton Place" near Germantown. She had been an invalid for several years, as a result largely of the infirmities of age. Mrs. Walton was a daughter of Joseph Frazee, a pioneer of that section, and was Beventy-five years of age. Her. long life was spent in that vicinity. A woman of noble Christian character, she ever commanded the love and respect of the community. Surviving are one daugh ter, Mra. Belle Burdette, and two sons, Mr. Joseph F. Walton, of Germantown, and Judge Matt Walton, of Lexington. She also leaves two haU-brothere, Dr. J. M. Frszse, of this city, and Mr. D. 0. Frazee, of Lexington. Her husband, the late John H. Walton, died five or six years ago. ' The funeral will take place Sunday at 10 a. m., the interment following in the cemetery at Germantown. PROMINENT MINISTER COMING. President Burris A. Jenkins of Kentucky University to Preach at the Chris tian Church To morrow. ' The announcement that President JenkinB cf Kentucky University is to preach at the Christian Church to-morrow will be received with pleasure by ' his many friends in this city and vicin ity. His services are in great demand, and he is Called to many different cities during a year to preach or deliver ad dresses. The Maysvillo church iB there fore fortunate in securing him for to morrow. He will preach at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m., and as this will probably be hi? only visit here for some time, large audiences will bo doubt be present to hear him. The public cordially invited. The cfibir will sing an anthem at both ' services. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. and En deavor at 6:15 p. m. Was Fatally Rurned. Brief mention was made Friday of the death of Miss Lou Laycock at her home near Russellvillo, 0. Bhe was standing before a looking glass hanging over a fire place, adjusting her hair, Tuesday morn ing, and while thus engagqd her cloth ing took fire and she was fatally burned, dying Thursday. She was a sister of Mrs. Joseph Slack, of Jersey Ridge. 1 1 Men's Meeting To-morrow. Dr. Aldorson will speak to mon Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at First Presbyterian Church. He has done a wonderful work at Portsmouth, reclaiming many of the worst men in the city, and will give some account of that work. All men are invited to come. Possibly you might be helped at Bap tist Church Sunday. Pastor Musselman will preach on "The Temptations of Christ" in the morning and at night on "The Redemption of Tongue." Come - anyway. . if - . vsIi' '' JfavjL.! : MERZ BROS Pan"kake" flour find syrup Calhoun's. Painless extraction of 'teeth at Dr. Cart- mell's. i Special reductions in wall paper at Hainline's. . New Valley Gem upright piano $175 at Gerbrich'e. . Mrs. Thomas S. Cox is critically ill at Flemingsburg. i Mrs. Frank Felthouse has moved to her former home in Ohio. The new State Capitol Commissioners hold their first meeting to-day. Mr. James Crane, of East Fifth street, is recovering from a severe attack of the ' Mr. Gilbert, father of Mrs. T. F. How ard of Aberdeen, died the past week at Wi)m'ngton,Q. Rev. T. S. Buckingham will preach at the Lawrence Creek Church to-morrow, morning and night. Mr. W. S. Sibbald and Miss Jennie Hut sell of Aberdeen were married Wednes day, Rev. 0. 0. Lawwill officiating. Miss Lida Power has been ill this week at her homo in Flemingsburg with the grip, but was improving at last ac counts. Dr. McOormick's dental and optical parlors. Reduced rates for thirty days. Over Mean's shoe store, Second street, Maysvillo, Ky. Governor Beckham haB approved the "chicken thief" bill, and it is now a pen itentiary offense to steal poultry of the value of $2 or more. Miss Johnson's Business School is open Monday and Thursday nights from seven to nine o'clock. Shorthand, typewriing and book-keeping taught. Insufficient capital prompts local mer chant to seek suitable partner who can invest $2,000 to $4,000 in paying business. Investigation invited. Box 23, Maysvillo. Mr. John Greiner, of the Schroeder Walton Harness Co., has been joined by his family and they have taken the resi dence formerly occupied by Mr. W. 0. Petry. The Pastors' Union will meet next Monday morning at usual hour at the Y. M. O. A. All ministers of the city and vicinity and all visiting ministers cor dially invited. The Enquirer's picture of Sir Win. Harcourt Friday bears a striking resem blance to that of the late James H, Hall, Sir William has been a member of Parlia ment thirty-five years. The revival services at the Third Street M. E. Church during the week have been of great interest and the attendance has been large. Several were converted and united with the church. . . . Go to the matinee this afternoon and see the big Bcenic production, "Paul Revere," at bargain prices 25 cents for children and 35 cents for adults. It is a good company and comes well recom mended. Doors open at 1:30, porfor. manco at 2:30. --r. (,, 'J h. ,'4' next. All papers.a ssocet sets esse eaves DR. GEORGE II. NEAL. A Former Resident of This City Died This Week at Falls City, Nebraska. Maysville relatives received the ead news Friday oi the death of Dr. George Humlong Neal at Falls City, Neb , March 15th at 4:20 p. m. He had been in feeble health some time. The funeral took place Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Falls City Christian Church, and the remains wero laid to rest by the side of his father at that place. Dr. Neal was born in Charleston Bo' tom and was the second son of the lato W. E. Neal. The family resided in Mays ville several years, and moved from here to Falls City, whore Dr. Neal spent the rest of his life with the exception of a few years at Eldorado, Kan., and Little Rock, Ark. His wife and one daughter survive, and he leaves one brother, Dr. Dwight B. Neal, of Little Rock. The latter was with him in his last sickness. He leaves a number of relatives in this city and vicinity and also at German-j town, among tnem Mrs. unanes tlub bard, of West Third street, and Mr. W. J. Neal, of the West End. 9 . Notice. Now is the time to take stock in the thirtieth series Limestone Building Asso ciation. Seed oats 50 cents a bushel at Magnolia Mills. Good time to buy before the de cline. Mr. F. B. Trussell, of Tollesboro, is critically ill, his death being expected any hour. t-n- Hattie Boll Lindsay, colored, aged-two years, whose mother formerly lived in Maysville, died this week at Portsmouth, and was buried by the Infirmary Direc tors. The County Medical Society will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday, March 30th. A full attendance is requested, as matters of importance are to be brought up which require immediate considera tion. . Miss Marietta Jefferson, aged forty-five, died at 1 a. m. Friday of neuralgia of the stomach at the home of the family near Shannon. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elcana Jefferson. The funeral will take place at 10:30 a. m. Sunday (sun time) at Shannon Church. Burial at Shannon. i Third Street M. E. Church, Rev. M. A. Banker, pastor. Morning service 10:30, subject, "The Soul and Christ." Even ing servico 7 o'clock, subject, "Weighed in the Balances." Special singing at these services. The evening sermon will be evangelistic. All are welcome. Come and bring a friend. At First Methodist Church, South, Rev. Chas. F. Evans, D. D., will preach Sunday at 10:30 a. m. on "King David's Lonesomeness,"and at 7 p. m. on "Recon ciliation With God." The Sunday school opens at 0:15 a. m. and Epworth League at 7 p.m. On Sunday Mch. 27th will begin a week pf prayer, preparatory to the pro tracted meeting the following week. At these preparatory services it is important for every member to be present. Wc do not have to say it ourselves. Others say it for us that there are few stores in the largest of cities that excel us in the lino, of Gentlemen's Furnishing: Goods that we carry. For this coining season our amhition to cater from the medium to the very choicest of trade has induced us to put in lines of Shirts; Neckwear Half hose and Hats of higher quality than wo have ever, had in stock. WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING To the mothers who are just a little more than particular about their children's outfit we want to say that as soon as the weather gets right for the little fellows spring suits to come and sec the new line of ultra fashionable Children's Suits that wo have brought on for this spring's trade, and prices fully 20 per cent, less than what you would pay for them away from homo. Wc respectfully solicit an examination of these goods. fc?5 WEBSTER'S ) I international) ' DICTIONARY ill nt (Jet tho best lie w edition. Take u Kodak. Ride a Bicycle. 99CI WHY DELAY m HOll lesesi (01 HEATING STOVES-RANGES I All styles, ''best on earth' lowest "prices, at W. F. POWER'S. FRIDAY IS BARGAIN DAY -AT- The New York Store Three reasons why'wo do and can sell cheaper than others: FIRST, we buy for spot cash, consequently we get goods at tho lowest prices. SECOND, we sell for spot cash, consequently wo do not have any bad accounts, somebo'dy has to pay for them at a credit store. THIRD AND LAST, we have no fancy expenses, somebody has to pay for them, you know. READ THESE PRICES: BoU Apron Ginghams 5 jc worth 7Jc, best Calicos 5c. worth 7Jc, good Bleached Muslins 5c, heavy Brown Muslins 5c, cood wide Sheet ings lCc, fine India LinenB 5c. fine Ginghams 7ic Elegant Percales, new patterns, 10c. worth 15c Fine Taffeta Silks, yard wide, 98c. worth $1.35. NOTIONS. Hairpins 3c a box, Pinslc. a paper, Stay Bindings lc. a role, Pearl Buttons 4c. a doz., fine Pearl Shirt Waist Sets 10c, Umbrellas for school children 35c, Umbrellas for grown people 49c on up, good Crash for towels 5c a yard, fine Linen Towels 10c, good Corsets 24c, fine all Silk Ribbons No. 22, worth 15c, our price 10c HAYS & CO P. 8. New low Shoos, all sizes, 50c. on up. GRAVES & CO. PRIZE Hlab PAPER! DOUBLE FACE WINDOW SHADES J.T.Kackley&Co Our Photographs for $3 per dozen are large and good. Use Safety Razor Save 80c per week. Iftesei HI 9 ISll Tho erection of that monument? Have you not Riven the matter more than sufllclcnt consideration '.' Come and see us fib Mit It nt once. All work done with pneumatic niachiuery. THE OARNE1T MARBLE CO., Ill Sutton street. ihI Itoaol Have you seen the new combined Lif e,Health and Accident contract issued by the Travelers' Insur ance Co.? W. HOLTON KEY, Agent. 'PHONE 39. New York Store r i -J Itefc-,. &&fcfcft'foMC 4'r iatoilSttltoBlMffih.