V H> R
.. jpit—tne pal*.
if tlit? iar^tst local circulation.
| Ot ali kinds done promptly, neatly ' 4
and at Lowest Prices at the
SPIRIT OFFICE. j*
Handsome new faces of Latest
Style Type recently added to our 1
alieady -excellent job outfit.
CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1909.
NEW SERIES, VOL. XLIV, NO. 3
.et Us Show You
dur line of fall and winter goods.
an ] Wood Heating Stoves. C >al Ilods. Ash Sieves, Pokers, Shovels,
Lrse Blankets and Lop Rolws. Savory Roasters, Bread Workers.
biack Hawk Shellers and Grist Mills. Kraut and Slaugh Cutters,
S , Repairing Outfit. Guaranteed Pocket Knives, Scissors
and Razors. Gillette Safety Razors.
Stag Handle Carving Sets. Star Cream
Separators, Genuine. Wooden Ware, Glass, Oil and
Rutty. Cumberland, Hydraulic and Portlapd Cement,
furnish anything vou want in Hardware or Agricultural Line.
Rr mptnuss and dispatch will please you. Yours for business.
C. N. COLEMAN.
[th Phones No. 8
112 E. Washington St.
FOR THE FARMER.
A Telephone may be only a convenience to a city
nan, il is a necessity to the Farmer. Think what it
neans to sit at home and be in instant communication
ivitli your neighbors, the stores in town, your doctor,
11 fact the whole world.
Self preservation is the firrt law of nature.
It is almost criminal for a farmer to deprive his
amily of the Safety of a ’Phone.
Does o cents a day seem so very much to pay for
11 the comfort and profit of a telephone on the farm?
A postal, or a call bv telephone, will bring an
igt-nt to see you.
H. C. GETZENDANNER, Gen. M’g'r. and Tr-is.
T. LEE SHIRLEY, Asst. M’g’r. and Sec’y.
lefferson County Telephone
)wiled, Controlled and operated absolutely by Local
ong Distant Connection with the Bell System throughout
The Uuited States.
Coal for Cash.
i ' ! oul—Lykens Valley Hed Ash Broken, Egg, Stove, Nut and Tea. George’s
lig \1 n Lump and Hun of Mine.
■i- Nut B.tuunuut, Pocahontas Egg and Lump,
i uia e a special effort to keep
All Kinds of Coal
r:*i we trpecially ask tbe trade of close easli buy t re, FARMERS, it will pay
you to tee the manager before you place your orders.
. ('. Getzemlanner & Co
< fflee with Mr Du Wilt C. Strider, 203 North Geo ge Street.
W. H- LOCKE, Manager^
aer ot PUDiicanon
I* Went Virginia, Jefferson county,
• < ]■' : the Clerk’s Office of the
■>uri of Jefferson County, West Vir
ile lirst Monday in January. 1909.
UHJKCT OK Si'll’.
. • i o this suit is to ohtaia a di
’ ' onds of matrimony by Wil
froiu Clareuee Perks,
i ■ • tr. ou Ilidavit filed in this
> n it the Defendant, Clarence
a nonresident of the
"1 st Virginia. he is hereto re
> spj • ar within on. mouth after the
i.< lost publication ot this order.and
i M eessary to protect his iuier
JNO. M. DANIEL,
tle;k of the Circuit Court.
<1 Mason. .)r . P. (J.
ce to Take Depositions.
oi, < that o i the 6th day i f Febrti
■■tween the hours of 9 a. m. and
l!i« e of Joinee M. Mason, Jr
•> l own, West Virginia, I wi I prt
• • ’ 1 depositions of sundry wil
1!: 11- M llie smith, myself an
rt “d as evid' nee in above tr
! u which l am plaintiff and yo
mt. • ending in the Circuit Com
11 County. West Virginia, and
S t oiw are , ot b-gun or conclude
/ ■ 'he taking tbereef w,n lie t.0i
m auy to day until completed.
i, . By Couusel.
“ N Mason. Jr., p. Q
19 '9—It. ‘
«t-44 W South St„,
Will supply, ou short notice,
•ATION and BIDDING PLANTS
CUT FLOWERS, and
it ions for Weddirys, Reception
^ etc., a specialty.
urucr ui ruuiiuauun>
The State of West Virginia. Jefferson CouLtv,
At Rules held in the Clerk’s Office of the
Circuit Court of Jefferson county, on the first
Monday in December, 1908.
MARY K SPINKS.Plaintiff.
DOUGLAS EABNSAAW. Clara E Earnsbaw,
Rose Richard*. Mrs Moilie Kohr and Mar
shall Rohr, Rose vutt* and James Burts,
William Harrell. John Hnrrel cud Daisy
Harrell. Yirgio Hardy and A. B Hardy
OBJECT OF SUIT.
The object of this suit <s to partirion tie
real estate of which the late Rebecca J Earn
I shaw died seized and possessed jointly with
! Mary E. Spinks, etc., or if same cann t lx
conveniently made, fo a sale of said real
estate, and a distribution of the proceeds
among those entitled there.o.
It appearing, on affidavit filed iu this suit,
that the defe daiits Rose Rich
ards, Hose Butts and James Butti
are non-resideuts of the State o:
West Virginia, they are hereby required t<
appear within One Month after the date o
the first publication of this order, and di
wliut is necessary to protect their iuteres
iu this matter.
JNO. M. DANIEL
Clerk of the Cireui' Court.
Cleon Moore A Son. P Q.
Incubatorsa, d Brooders
Mandy Lee Incubators and Brooders, a
kinds of heed
Poultry and Stock Food.
E. L. WILSON.
The undersigned, having rented the Flag
house.comer of Washiugton aud East street:
is now prepared to furnish the best aceou
modations to summer and trarsieul txjarder
The house has tsseu thoroughly renovatet
and is iu first-el ass condition. Delight t
• t-hade aud pleasaut location. For further it
B formation, pric. a, Ac., apply to
MRS H. P. CLINE.
Charles Town, W. Va.
June 2, 1908.
0. IV. RAMEY
Dealer ic Ail Kinds of
Oil Cloth and
Edison and Victor
G. UPPITT RENNER
Fish of Ail Kinds
Hne Confectionery, Cakes
and Crackers from National Biscuit Co.
STOItE ON THE BOOM.
Important Notice /
C. G. HAYWARD,
Has disposed of bis business to K. F. White,
late of Blacksburg. Va . who takes charge
from the 7th of July. AH business communi
cations must be sent to
R. F, WHITT.
J ly 7 lttQS.
LUMBER FOR SALE
Custom Sawing on Short Notice i
I have for sale a large quantity of Oat*
Lumber sawed in usual lengths and eizes.
Bill Lumber a Specialty.
Custom sawing executed promptly.
Jan23-y. Charles Town. W. Va
General Repair Work.
The undersigned has taken the shop of
Mr D A Phillips, opposite B. A O. depot,
where he is prepared to do all kinds nl
blackemithing, wood and geueial repair
"HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
A Iibei al share of the public patronage
Feb 5-y. THOMAS MORRIS.
.... Copyrights Ac.
Anvone sending a sketch and description may
nutckly ascertain otir opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. C ommunica
tiotfs strictly confidential. HANDBOOK ou Patents
sent free. Oldest afency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Muntl & Co. receive
tpecial notice, without charge, in the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. T.nrrest clr
MUNN & Co.36,Broadway' New York
Branch Office, 625 F Bt„ WashiDjjton, I). C.
Four Good Roses, 30c.
“Little Sara’s Collec
tion,” four choice own
root Rose plants,
prepaid to your ad
dress, only 30 cents.
Four extra-fine Roses
one red,one pink.one
white, and one yellow,
prepaid, only 50 cents.
One dozen two-year
old Roses, well assort
ed. will bloom as soon
as established in their
new home, by express,
prepaid, only $2.50.
are Known as t he best by
all who have tried them.
Grown from healthy
stock, strong and vigorous
plants, packed in the most care
ful way, ray Roses are noted foi
wealth of foliage and bloom.
Cultural directions with each
order. Catalogue free.
WM. B. BEEP. Oak Grove Rose Gardena
Bos CHAMBERSBURG. PA.
H. P. Cline,
Contractor and Builder
CHARLES TOWN. W. VA.
Having had some t ears’ experience, I am
prepared to do Carpenter Work in all its
branches. Estimates and plans chee fully
submitted to parties desiring to build. Hop
ing to receive a share of your patronage, I am
Yours verv trulv.
' H. P. CLINE.
Je’ferson o. Ph ne. __
J.B.& Hannah F.
i- Have rested the large store room ard dwe:
jnir of Wr E G But er at Millv He. and expec
10 open business by December I, 1907, with
,tock of General MerchandGe. and respeci
lolly solicit a share of the public patrouagt
6 Loaves for 25c.
Rye Bread and
fresh every day.
Livery and Feed Stable
The Undersigned calls the attention of the
utdie t his Livery aud Feed Stables, iu the
Maxwell Stable, on Liberty stteet, ill rear of
U N Coleinan’n Store, where he is prepared
o FKED AN!) BOARD HOUSES, as well as
ill kinds of Livery Work.
May 19 HENRY MYER«
Large Store Room and Dwelling.
A Small Farm. Good buildings, water aud
fencing. Ail iu Grass.
Large Dwellings Po^ession April 1.
Now ready, i ten-room house, 1 six-room
touse, 2 four-room houses.
On*- 5-hor c-power Gasoline Engine, Fair
tanks make, in good order.
One Five Horse Power Gasoline Engine,
Fairbanks make, in good ordir.
Wood Stove Size, Cord aud 12 ft length.
GEO. H. HAGLF.Y.
On November 20 h 190d, the firm of E. ^ L.
A'ilson was changed to E. L. Wilson .fc Co.,
dr. \V. H. Gollady. Jr . hiving purchased
laif in'erest in the business. He is an ex
terieneed n» ller haviug run a mi l iu the
: mnty for almost four years. We are fully
■quipped to do all kinds of G inding and
Crushing. Yonr patronage is solicited,
Nov 24, 190i. E. L. WILSON. & CO.
fou eanrot expect to knew where to get the
Best Oysters Served in All Styles
mtil von try. Nauticaily spc»k ng, you
nut-t “st-er clear” of doubtful places aud
•launch forth” in pursuit of an up-to-date
pd ace found at
THE AMERICAN DAIRY LUNCH :
IOC. s. Charles St. Chat lea Town. W. Va
C. E. REININGER,
Ail the Latest Novelties
in Suiting and Trouser Fatt.-rns, anu guarau
tee you a saving from S3 to $5 on ail orders.
Also has the new-shaded press boards for
pressing Lad es’ and Men s Clothes.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
aDd Prices the Lowest.
Notice to Taxpayers
OF middleway and kabletown
I hereby give notice that I will be at the
Court-House, in Charles Town, on Tuesday
and Friday of each week to receive taxes, and
to alieud to any business pertaining to 6aid
Dee. 13,-v. Deputy Sheriff.
Notice is hereby in veil that I have before
me the following Fiduciary Accounts tor set
' hos. J. Turner. Adm'r of Jno. B. Turner.
Rtzin Smith, Adm'r of Lewis Sini h
J. C. Unger, Guardian of Lindsay M. and
Gay E. Uniter
Given under iny hand th s 12th day of
Jauuarv, V.K9. i
GEO. M. BELTZ HOOVER, JR ,
Jan ll-2t Commissioner of Accounts.
“ ROBERT JENKINS,
CHARLES TOWN. W VA.
Will do all kinds of Excavating, Stone !
Crushing. Blasting. Ac. Ctushed Stone al
ways ou tand. and orders for same promptly
filled. July 3ft—tf.
W. M. BOX WELL,
Contractor and Bu*lder,
CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.
The undersigned is prepared to contract for
and execute all kinds of building in a w<-rk
tnau-iike manner, aud respectfully solicits a
share of *he public patronage.
June ‘At—y. W. M. BOX.t\ ELL.
Back at His Old Trade.
The undersigned has taken no his old trade
again, aud is prepared to do all kinds of
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING.
PAPER HANGING, GRAINING, AC
Work carefully and satisfactorily executed,
and reasonable prices given*
April 7-tf. W. B. llAVIS
Iron and Wood Work.
The undersigned has taken the old Spott’s
shop, near the B. A O. Depot in Charles
Town, and will do all kinds of
GiNF.RAL REPAIR WORK
both in wood and iron. Horseshoeing a spe
cialty. Buggies, Wagons, etc., repaired auc
- made as gawd as new. If yon have anythint
t in wood or irou out of kel’ter. or a buggy oi
t carriage top that needs doctoring, bring it tt
- me aud see what I can do foryou.
Jan 15-y- JAMES T. LITTLETON.
ro The Phone Holders
It being the ambition and determination of
tor Company to give first-class service we
isk you to c -op. rate with us by properly
tarrying out your contract by not allowing
tnyone, save a subscriber, to u^eyour phone.
Phone holders who allow other than sub
scribers to use their phones will be charged
vitb such messages aud. upon tueir refusal
a pay for same, we claim the violation of
ton tract and right to immediately remove
H. C. GETZENDANNKK,
Much sickness is due to
a weak nervous system.
Yours may be. If it is,
you cannot get well until
you restore nerve strength
Your nervous system is
nature’s power house; the
organs of your body get
their power from it. If
the power is not there, the
action of the organs is
weak, and disease (sick
ness) follows. Dr. Miles’
Nervine cures the sick
because it soothes the
irritated and tired nerves
and gives the system a
chance to recuperate.
Try it, and see if you do
not quickly feel its bene
“I was given up to die by a lead
ing doctor. Got one of Dr. Miles
books and found that Dr. Miles’ Ner
vine fit nay ease. From the very first
dose I took I got better. I am better
now than I have Deen for years, and
do all my own work on the farm.
That's what Dr. Miles’ Nervine has
done for me, and I am glad to recom
mend it to others.”
JOHN JAMES. Riverton. Nebr.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles’ Nerv
ine, and we authorize him to return
price of first bottle (only) if it fails
to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
%hos, Jl. Jftoore,
CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.
LUUK ? LUU1L f
101 No:th Charles btreet,
J. Walter Brown
buccetsor to Harry Dnmtn.
FRESH BREAD DAILY
>c a leaf. 6 for 25c. Roll?. Cake* bud Pies,
Jou-hunts.O' ullers. Buns.Sweet Roils,Cream
ROT PAN' AND FRfcNCH ROLLS EVERY
E ENIN %
Oatd.es and Chocolates Ice Cream.
Ml order* r i:> ive prouift a tention. Solicit
ing yt u-r patronage. I am yours
’Phoue 71-w. J. WALTER BROWN.
brake resulting from Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores
the'Senses of T.i-te and Smell. Full size
50 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid
Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts.
Elv Brothers. GO Warren Street, New York.
Money to Loan*
Fund of f6,000 to invest, lien on faro
land desired. Apply to
JOHN T. PORTERFIELD.
Feti 36—6m. Attorney.
Dr. Wm. Neill,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON,
Charlestown, West Va.
Orrice—N. E. corner Main and Mildre
James M. Ranson,
DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY,
. \FFEKShi- Professional Services totbeci
t I Izeus of Oharlestown and vicinity.
*3?Office opposite Paiish Building, Mai
■rept* 1 h'trle-o>wn. West Vfrtrirea.
DON’T BUY A GUN
until you have seen our New
Double Barrel Models fitted
with Stevens Compressed Forged
The mode of constructing these
superb Trap and Field Guns is
fully set forth in our New Shot
gun Pamphlet. Send two-cent
stamp for it.
Ask your Dealer
Insist on our make.
ARMS & TOOL CO.
Ckkopae F«ili. liaa.
SPIRIT Ur JEFFERSON.
Chahi as Tow*. j£»r*RW'>,» Cootitt, W, V*.
Telephone Call Ho. 90.
TUESDAY. JANUARY 19. 1909.
Q*o. W Haines, - Editor and Proprietor,
fl .SO jr Advance #9 If rwt Paid in Advance.
I • ■- ■"==
To The Phone Holders And Citizens
Of Jefferson County.
The Winchester and Washington City
Railway Co , has applied to the County
Court of Jefferson County for permission
to erect poles and string wires along the
public roads from Charles Town to Shen
andoah Junction thence to Bardane
thence to Kearneysville so as to furnish
power to the new town of Jeffersonville
at Shenandoah Junction and also to fur
nish power to the Standard Lime plant
at Kearneysville. To grant this franchise
will put out of business the telephone
lines that the electric lines parallel.
The Citizens Telephone Co., of
Decatur, Ind., are now suing the Fort
Wayne and Springfield JTraetiou Co.,
for ruining their business. There has
also been filed three injunction suits in
the Porter Circuit at Valparaiso,.Ind..
by the Western Union and the Postal
Telegraph Co's., and Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern R. W. Co’s, vs Lake
Shore and South Bend Electric Rv. Sys
tem asking for a! permanent injunction
against the Electric Co. These two cases
prove conclusively, what high tension
electric wires will do to telephone Cos’.
Now the question arises which company
is of the more use to the farmers and
citizens of Jefferson county. The tele
phone Co’s are anxious and willing to
serve every farmer and citizen of Jeffer
son county at a uniform moderate rate.
The Electric Power Co only serves certain
interests.and only benefits the interests it
serves. It serves the Electric Light Co.,
of Charles Town and possibly gives them
cheaper power than they have hereto
fore enjoyed, but have you heard of the
Light Co. reducing their rate to the con
sume!? Suppose the Bakers get cheaper
power at Kearneysville, do you think that
they will increase the price of labor or
more likely reduce the number of labor
The Jefferson County Telephone Co.
was organized to serve and profit the in
terests of the citizens of Jefferson county
and its rates are fixed in its charter
granted by the State of West \ a., and
in its franchise granted by the County
Court of Jefferson county and by the
Corporations of Charles Town, Sliep
herdstown, Harpers Ferry, and Bolivar,
and the good citizens of Jefferson have
expended about $50,000 in building up a
first class plant. Now the electric Co.
the W. and W. City serves but few in
terests and are now running a high
voltage power wire along one of our most
used highways from Charles Town to the
Clarke Co, line (8 miles) carrying a
dangerous and valuable power to benefit
whom? The citizens or interests of Jef
ferson county? no, certain interests in
Berryville and Winchester. Should not
this valuable power be taxed as weil as
although if the County Court will com
pel them to fence or place their dangerous
current under ground,I believe that there
will be very little opposition to their
granting the franchise ordered.
Now, I do not want to throw a single
straw in the way of public improvements
but I do want toseethe public’s interests
properly guarded, and I would be false
to the interests intrusted to my crre if I
did not protest and protest firmly against
the granting of this franchise, and
now I sincerely hope that it will be your
p’easure to come to Charles Town Mon
day, January 25th,and appear before the
County Court to protest against the
granting of this dangerous and unneces
sary franchise along our public highways.
H. C. Getzendannek
Mgr. Jeff. Co Telephone Co.
This event at Kahn’s is an occasion l<x>ked
forward to each season with increasing in
terest. as it means a sale at a liberal bolia
fide price reduction for fine clothes that are
of the highest character in fabric workman
, ship and style. Wm. Kahx, Sadler Block
Shenandoah Tribe No. 89, Improved
Order of Red Men, on January 4th elec
ted the following chiefs for the ensuing
term: G. M. Slifer, Sachem; E. M. Fi
dinger, Sr. Sag.; J. T. Porterfield, Jr.
Sag.; H. P. Cline, Prophet; Charles
3 Thomas, C. of R.; J. H. Bishop, K. of
. W.; L. A. Brinker, C. of W.; W. W.
Lloyd, G. of W.; N. 0. Weller, G. of
F.: A. L. W’ooddy, Dr. Ranson, George
> D. Moore, Trustees; Edward Moreland
and I. H. Russell, representatives to*the
° Great Council of the State of West Vir
' ginia, which meets in Charleston in May.
A dispatch from Berryville, Va., un
der date of January 12th. Wholesale ar
rests of negroes, charged with selling
liquor illegally in this place have been
made since yesterday, and warrants are
now in the hands of officers for more al
leged violators of the liquor IawB. Eight
negro men were arrested yesterday,
three of whom were fined, while the
j charges against four were dismissed for
i lack of evidence, and one is still in jail
j pending other arrests The town author
ities have for some time past believed
that a certain crowd of negroes were
engaged in the liquor traffic in defiance
of the laws, and they employed Baldwir
Detective Agency, of Roanoke, to in
vestigate the matter. The Baldwin peo
ple sent a colored detective here. H<
arrived last Wednesday evening, anc
j soon became intimate with the crowi
that has been suspected by the author!
ties. He played at “craps” with thi
gang, and was soon hailed as a prince o
good fellows. Consternation broke !oos<
among the gang when they discovers
they had been making friends with 1
Program nje of the minister:*’ and
To be held in the Charles Town Bapt'st
Church January 29, 30 and 31, 1909.
7:30 p. m , Sermon—W. D. McCurdy.
10-10:15 a. m.,—Organization.
10:15-11 a. m.,—Christiau Growth: How
to Encourage and Deve’op It— VV. D.
McCurdy, E. T. Mason.
n-12—How to get our Young People to
Attend Regular Services—J H Massie,
H. B. Stoneham, J. \V. Blackford.
2:30-3:15 p m.,—Deeper Spiritual Life in
Our Churches; How Brought about
and its Advantages.—J. R Daniel, J.
N. Laws, J. H Massey.
3:15 4:15 p. m.,— \\ hat Kind of a Home
Life Should the Church Insist Upon on
Part of its Members.— ju dan Broad this.
W . Ls . OK'LUIUy.
4:15-5:15 p. in How Best to Indoctri
nate our People.—E. T. Mason. S. T.
9:30 a m .—Sunday School.—-Five Min
utes Talks ou—1, Punctuality—D. S.
Jones. 2. Lesson Preparation—H. B.
Stonehani. 3, How to Teach—Julian
11 a. m.,—Sermou—J. R. Daniel.
2:30-3:30 p, m ,—How to Secure Inter*st
on the Part of Our Membership in
Saving Souls. —H. B. Stonehani, Ju
lian Broaddus, J. R. Brown.
3:30-4:30 p. in .—The Duties and Obli
gations of a Baptist Church to its Sun
day School.—W. 1). McCurdy, D. S.
Jones, C. A. Ford.
sociation were elected as follows: Pres
ident, john W Stonebrakei; vice-piesi
deut, B Abner Betts; recording secretary,
D H Staley; corresponding secretary,
Palmer Tennant; treasurer. D VV Reich
aid: Also the old board of directors.
Predicting that the profession ot rnedi
tine will be but a memory in the not far
future and that doctors will have to fol
low other vocations. Rev. Hugh Keeley,
for a while a resident of Harpers Ferry,
delivered an address on mental healing
before the Secular League in Pythian
Temple, Washington City, a few d .ys
ago. _ _
These deeds for the transfer of real
estate have been filed for record in the
office of the County Clerk:
Robt. M. Everhart to Geo. M. Wat
son lot with improvements at Leetown,
$660; John T. Baltimore to Philip Frank
in 2 acres at Franklin town, $135; James
A. Gulman to Laura B. Myers; house
and lot of 4j acres at Summit Point,
$2900; N. R. Roberts to J. W. Brown
lot at Jamestown for $50; Georgie Car
per to Wm. Brown and others f acre for
r* orw (7s
will cave the dyspeptic from many
days of misery, and enable him to eat
whatever he wishes. They prevent
cause the food to assimilate and nour*
ish the body, give keen appetite,
and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar
Take No Substitute.
Greeks are headquarters iu restauiauts
nud lunch rooms all through the eoutli. One
is in your city. Gtve it a call.
See Wliitt at the Hayward gallery. He is
giving away an enlarged photograph 16*20
with every dozen cabinet sized pictures.
Our O, K. Horse feed is selling very rapid
ly. Be one of our many sati-fied customers.
The only place to get O. K. E L Wilson.
For the next thirty days K. F. Whitt, the
Photographer, wi 1 give free of charge, an
enlarged photograph 16x2'), with a dozen
cabinet sized pictures
Go to J.W.Kyle.Telephone andTelegraph
Office, for medical batteries, electric door
bells,vest pocket battery, lamps, and in fact
most anything in the electric line.
New Idea Manure Spreaders, simplest
spreader on the market, any farm hand can
operate them, spreads wide and tracks like
a wagon. Sold by Hie Fiwvners Supply Co
Wall received two loads of stock steers
I am looking for a fresh cow buyer next
week Send postal. <1. F. Wall.
Visit Kahn’s great Largaiu sale. This
great sale ends February 1. Money < heer
Beef, Pork, at the C. F Wall Co’s every
j day. Pickled beef tongues, lard, pigs feet,
etc Give US a call.
One-four1b off on every suit. overcoat and
j trousers in the house. Sale ends February
J1, at Kahn’s Sadler Block.
Bear, th* _/) The lUd fa* 8eught
Monsy to Loan on approved real eetatr
aecurity. 0. X. Beltzhoover. Jr.
The Sixteenth Annual Meeting of th<
West Virginia State Horticultural So
! ciety will be held on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, January 28th, 29th ant
30th, 1909, in the rooms occupied by thi
State Board of Agriculture in the Capi
tol Building at Charleston. An exhibi
of fruits, nuts, insect pests, etc., wi!
be made in connection with the meeting
and all persona are earnestly requester
: to assist with this exhibit by contribut
. ing fruit or other material suitable fo
: the purpose. Specimens of new varie
ties of apples are especially desired
Material for the exhibit should be sen
i to Charleston a few days in advance o
the meeting. The Society will pay trans
i portation charges.
: Messrs. Alex. Clohan, C. P. Rothwe
s | and H. L. Smith, of Martinsburg, E
i Gold Miller, of Inwood, and Hon. J. J
i Cornwell of Romney will be among th
HAVE YOU A COUCH?
HAVE YOU A COLD?
Price 35c. at our store, or you can buy It of
W1E8T A WILT. Ripjon.
J. F. NI< HOIS, Halltown.
. JAMES 8THIDER, Leetown.
C. D JOHNSON, Kaldetown.
HARDESTY BROS., Summit Point.
JOHN SMALLWOOD,Mi ehaniestown.
Try it uni be convinced that It is the Very
* Beet Cough Syiup Made.
Gloves at Landis's.
Umbreline at Landis's.
Toilet soup at Landis's.
Sauer Kraut at Landia’a.
Buy groceries of Itonemus.
Buy dry goods of S. II. Landis.
Fresh Saratoga chips at Landis’s.
Try Biown Bros’ Mother’s Bread.
New cloaks and furs at Palinbaum’s.
Bai gain* iu shirt waists at PaUidtaums.
Wash four in hand ties 9c at.Marstellers,
New dress goods and *ilks at Paliubauiu’s.
Umbrellas and window shades at Landis’*.
Mother’s bread fresh daily at BrowuBros.
Car mountaiu locust post J C BumsA Co
Meals at all hours at Young’s Restaurant.
The Smart Set magazine will entertain
New carpet, lugs and oil cloth, at Palm
Chew Norris Lave some very nice farms
Gloves of every kind and price at Mara
Try our French drip coffee. Greek lies,
Fresh candies at Miller’s Pharmacy, a'l
Motley to loan, in Bums to suit, by Cbcw
We eerve meals to ordei daily. Greek
New underwear, hosiery and gloves, at
New blHuketH, comforts uud fhntu'U. at
Up to dateGeut*»aud Ladies' furnishings
at <J;uhs & Co.
New table incus, towels and lied spreads,
The Bank of Charles Town pays interest
on t ime deposits.
Taffeta ribbon, all colors, and yard wide
i-ilk. Kee Landis,
Do you shave yourself? Buy a razor from
M illei’s Pharmacy.
First-class dyeing and scouring at low
prices. Bachs & Co.
American aud Elwood fencing and gates
at Cooke A Phillips*.
Have yon read that very interesting maga
zine, The Smart Set ?
Dwelling houses in Charles Town for reut.
Apply to Chew A Norris.
T he National Citizens Bank will pay you
1 per cent, on time deposits.
All sorts of talcums, face powders and
perfumes at Miller's Pharmacy.
Call at Thom perm’s liarbcr shop for tSrst
c’ass tonsorial work of all kinds.
All kinds of grinding and Brushing dune
at the mill of E. L. Wilson A Co.
Ileal enjoyment is bad when reading that
r,lever magazine. The Smart Set.
American and Elwood fence at bottom
figures, at the Farmers Supply Co,
The flavor you cannot forget. Big Four
eoffee. Bold only by 8. H. Landis.
Safe deposit boxes for rent at the Bank
„ Charles Town. Call and see them.
Coal consumers consult your interest.—
See Locke before you buy. Phone 600.
We handle uotbing but the celebrated Ly
kens Valley red ash coals. J C Burns A Co.
Pocahontas, Bed Ash, Anthracite, all
kinds of Coal. See Locke. He will save
Safe deposit boxes for rent, on reasonable
terms. Call to see them, ut the Bank of
Prices on 1 allies’ snd children’s coats and
ready-trimmed bats are reduced very low.
Burns k Sbugert.
II C Getzendaner k Co make a specialty of
furnishing all kinds of coal in car lots to any
, point. Bee the manager,
Don’t fail to get a copy of the "Merry
W blow March aud Two-Step,” by Mrs Wm
' £1 Couklyn, at C K Beard's.
Call at No 206 North George street snd
’ bny your coal for the Winter and save
I money. Locke,the coal man, has the prices
1 and the coal.
I Have you ever tried the Battle Axe shoe ?
. Drop in and examine them. None better.
. Once a wearer, always a wearer. For sale
byD. S. Hughes.
Give E. Frank Jtonemus a call for Gro
^ ceric-s, Ac He aims to keep everything
. fresh and np to date in this line, snd can fill
your order promptly.
We have on band, in oar yards, a large
supply of all kinds of the very best of coal,
which must be sold in thirty days, to make
■ room for future consignments of wood snd
• coal for the "big blizzard.” So see W. H.
e Locke, representing the Arm of U. C. Get
zeudanner A Co . coal dealers.
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