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Mr. W. J. Pillow, of Grslfipdu.
?attended the burial servioes of Mr.
Jag. A. Ray born here Sunday.
Mrs Oharlee Filson and Mra.
Huston spent Friday atemooa is
Mr. and Mrs. George Otkes vie.
ited Mrs. John Love on their way
Engineer Geo. Obildera, of the
K & M, has moved his family
?from Middleport to hia farm baok
Misa Lizzie Eeefer returned from
a Tint to her mother at Leon,
Mr. Saundera Eastham, of South
Side, was a business visitor in
Mr. Thomaa J. Sampaon, of
?Glenwood, was a business visitor
in our oity last Monday.
Mr. G. W. Holly was up from
Glenwood Monday on business.
Mrs S C Priddy, who has resid
ed in this oity for some time, has
removed to her farm in Arbookle
. Mr. Grrtff T. Smith spent a few
days last week in Huntington, re
turning home Saturday.
Mr. W. 0. Jewett. of Hunting
ton, spent laet Wednesday in this
-oity, the guest of his boyhood
friend, Mr 0 A Tippett, now of
Mr George Hoakerson, of Three
'Rivers, Mioh., in expert pattern
maker, baa accepted a position
with the Malleable Iron Plant, this
oity, and will move his family here
Mrs Allen Viokera spent Sun
day in Huntington, visiting her
daughter, Miss Rose Viokers.
Mr 8nd Mrs A Cox have been
np the Kanawha for the past few
.days visiting relatives and friends
Judge J L Whitten spent Sun
day in Huntington visiting rela
Mrs S J Allen still remains very
-ill at her home on Ohio street.
Mrs Thompson is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs Bart. Thomas,
on Ohio street,
Mr and Mrs Alex Raybum, of
Tinoenne- lad., are the guest of
Mr Grilbe uiybnrn and family.'
MrJaiteLegg and family have
raiurned home after a few days
visit vwith Mr Gilbert Rayburn
Miss Helen Hale will leave
Thursday for Parkersburg for a
few days visit.
Hon J S Spenoer, was at ^Char
leston last Tuesday, on legal busi
Misses Mbo Lynoh and Matola
Yeager will leave Wednesday for a
few days visit Bt Huntington and
Mr Dan Jacobs, who bas been
wotting at Manoie, Ind, has re
turned to Point Pleasant.
Mra Ohaa. Hioks, living on 7th
street, who has been quite ill, is
Mrs J B Eeesey of Middleport,
it spending the week visiting
friends at Beeoh Hill.
Mrs 0 0 Bowyer, Mr Fred Hi
fey, Mr E B Thomas and Mr Ho
mer Smith attended the perform
enoe af the "Merry Widow" at
Huntington Monday night.
Mr Sam Chilton, of Charleston,
is a professional visitor in the oity,
stopping at The Spenoer.
Messrs Lynn Herndon and Will
Stookton, of Meyesville, Ky., two
popular traveling men are in the
Capt John Thoroburg wu a!
business visitor in oor city, Tnse
Mr W J Keister, of Ashton, one
of oor most progresaive farmers and
?took raisera, wu.in the oity Sat
Mr Samuel McNeil, one of oor
county's most prominent Demo
orate, was in town on Tneaday.
Attorney L 0 Somerville, was at
Charleston on legal business.
Mr Ham Parr, of Great Bend,
Ohio, was in theoity today.
Mies Bebe Beale left this after,
noon for Charleston, to see her
father before he was taken to Bal
timore, to the hospital
The Sooietas Club will be enter,
tained by Mrs MoKinley, Thus*
Kabo Dorset* at Mrs L J Wil
Bobins and red birds are plenti
ful this spring but what has be
come of the blue birds that were
onoe so common?
We have had our Opening and
ere ready to serve you.
Mrs L J Williamson
The new two-story frame dwell
ing being oreoted in Heighte by
Mr. Oh as Bayburn, and owned by
him, is now reoeiving its weather
Now is the time to root out the
old pooket book and get in line for
our special sale Thursday, Friday
J Friedman & Oo.
Only those who have oooasion to
travel upper Ohio street know
what a wonderful improvement the
saw-dust walk, made there some
time time ago, has been to that
You would look swell on Easter
morning with one of our handsome
suits, hats, shirts and neokwear.
J ? Friedman & Oo.
The old oity oounoil met in regu
lar session last Monday night,
when the new Mayor and Oounoil
qualified and were sworn in, the
old oounoil adjourning sine die.
Immediately upon assembling the
new oounoil Bdjourned until next
Monday night, when th'e appoint
ive offioers will be seleoted.
Boy your bat at Mrs L J Wil
Mr. J. M. H. Beale Suddenly 111.
Mr. J. M. H. Beale, who has
been in Charleston for the past
week undergoing treatment, was
taken today to the Johns Hop.
kins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Beale, who has been in Char
leston with her husband, accom
MrBobert Wolf, brother of Mr
Henry Wolf, the barber," oaught a
oatfish in the Kanawha river last
Monday that weighed 80 pounds
This is unusually large, though
some olaim to have oaught ninety
pounders in Kanawha river.
Attention is oalled to the adver
tisement of Hess & Stuart, who
announoe the opening of a new
millinery store in Point Pleasant,
in the Franklin building, next
door to Filson Bros. They have
an elegant stook, and invite yon
to oall. J
A Flat Book woman reoently
tapped several trees, supposedly
maples, near her home, end was
surprised to disoover that while
?ap ran freely from one tree, the
other two was unresponsive. She
was looking into her buckets in a
half speculative way when a farmer
boy who was driving by piped out:
'Them are wild onerry trees."
Yoa wil) find everything in the
hat line at Mrs L J Williamson's
i. fwi s mmw's
Of Ladies Hats, Waists, Skirts, Suits,
Shoes and Novelties. Suits, Hats, Neck
wear, Shirts and Shoes for Men and
Boys, will be held
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 8,9,10
Stocks the Largest--- Prices the Lowest
J. FRIEDMAN & CO.
Mrs Phillips, of Heights, is re
covering from a short illness.
Mrs Cbas Rayburn, of Heights,
is in very poor health at present
Miss Lizzie Zuspan, of Heights,
who was qnite ill soma time ago,
is able to be ont again.
Mra. Tharp, an aged lady, ia
dangerously ill at her daughter's,
Mrs. Mollie Smith, on 9th street.
Mrs. Virgil Morrison haB been
qnite siok at ber residence on
Viand street, but is some better.
Mr. W. B. Hnaton, formerly oon
neoted with The Weekly Register,
this oity, has been oonfined to bis
room sinoe the middle of last De
oember. He is some better, bnt
is very weak. His aged mother,
Mrs. J. E Huston, of Logan, 0 ,
has been his constant attendant
for several weeks. They have
rooms at the residence of Mr. Jno.
W. Love, on Ohio street.
Easier Sunday is the day to ap
pear. Suits, trousers, fanoy vest?,
hats, neokwear, gloves and other
ohoioe togging ? all reasonably
prioed. J. Friedman & Oo.
The Point Club will give their
Easter danoe on Thursday, the
15tb, in their assembly room at
The Spenoer Hotel. Jaoksons
orohestra of Oolnmbus, will be
Our trimmers spend weeks at
at the beginning of each season in
the best wholesale houses in the
oonntry. Our hats are all hand
made; we don't handle factory
goods. Mrs L J Williamson
When a man begins to talk
about reforming it's a sign that he
suspects other people are suspic
ions of him.
Vob'11 certainly want a new hat
for Easter, Madsm. All the new
est shapes and styles in Millinery,
at lowest prioes to be found at
J. Friedman & Co's.
Sometimes when a woman
throws a briok at an old hen in the
garden, it is harder on the soenery
than it is on the hen.
We are the oldeat millinery house
in Mason oounty. We have had
experience and are looking to the
interest of onr customers.
Mrs L J Williamson
Killed By a Train.
On Thursday morning last at
Banoroft, a south-bound K & M
passenger train strcok and killed
Wm Oraigo, aged 52 years. He
was looking at the train and be
oame exoited and oould not move.
His father, 96 years ef -age was
with him but too feeble to help.
Everything up to date at Mrs L
Hot a Cine.
J Madison Jsokson, whose home
in Parkersburg was entered last
Fridsy night and robbed of $2,000
worth of jewelry, stated laBt night
that he had reoeived no answer to
his advertisement for the retnrn of
the jewelry and so far bad been
unable to obtain a single olew to
the identity of the robber.
If it won't pay yon to oome to
J. Friedman & Go's special sale,
then it won't pay you to piok up
BAB FIRE AT LEON.
Oar neighboring town of Loon,
was visited by a destructive fixe
on Maroh 31. The Leon Floor
Mill, owned by J. H. Baitings,
the residenoe of James P. Burdett,
and the shoe shop of Grant Bea
ver, were entirely destroyed. Th?
fire started in the mill and tpread.
to the other buildings. Mr. Bur.
dett lost nearly all his household
goods, with no inBaranoe.
The mill was insured for $3500,..
about one-third its value.
Believing the constitution of th?
United States should begin with
the words 'In the name of God'r
Representative Sheppaad, of Texas,,
has introduced a bill providing for
an amendment to that effect.
The man who persistently sit*
down is sure to beoome hard up.
If young Spendthrift would set
tle down he might soon be able to
We invite you to see our magnificent showing for the
Easter Fashions in Fine Footwear.
The new Panel Ties, Court Ties, Sailor Ties, Pumps
and Oxfords, of all descriptions. Every leather that is
good?every style that is right. 11.00 to $4.00. \
All the new styles shown by Hannan &Son, $5.00 and
$6.00. "Walk-Over and Regents, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
show a combination of quality and sightliness that is
not equalled in this vicinity.
NONE BUT GOOD SHOES.
FRANKLIN'S SHOE STORE,