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Spirit of Jefferson. [volume] (Charles Town, Va. [W. Va.]) 1844-1948, February 09, 1909, Image 3

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Sale 'l
buality Suits and Over/
I Greatly Reduced Prices
Ihc story of this great Oar
briefly told. Every gar
season's most advanced
| | a gait or overcoat,
l\\W -.do. All furnishings j
h iess. Commencing Febru
Ji,ri, and during the entire |
111 all goods as advertised.
I ,,f doing business lias won a
| - .mare dealing and al
lies as we advertise. The;
Sale I’rir ■ w ill be marked
Icicle in blue figures.
1. ild only for Cash.
Ini iu-y back if you are not
trouble to show goods.
ary Clearance Sale
Men’s Sack Suits
lak.'s any 18.00 or 20.00 Suit {
*• l.j.00 or 10.00 ‘
•• 13.50
« 12.50 & 12.00 ‘
“ 10.00
“ 8.50 & 8.00 *
“ 7.50 it 7.00 ‘
« 6.50 & 0.00 ‘
“ 5.00
mg Men’s Suits
oportunity For a Winter
Suit
; any 10.00
“' 8.52 & 8.00
“ 6.50 <fe 6.00
“ 5.00
Suit
jseperatc Trousers
ok Bad? Need a PairThen
»ji sv at These Prices.
Jover 500 Pair
Its a l’air 85.00 Pants.
• “ 4.50 “
“ 4.00 “
“ 5.75 “
> “ 5.50 “
> “ 3.00 “
■ “ 2.50
« “ 2.00
“ 1.50
‘ “ 1.00
Ie Boy’s Clothing
Seed a Suit For School?
i the Time. Sizes 3 to
t ears—Knee Pants
|cs any 85.00 Suits.
4.52 “
4.00 “
3.50 “
* “ 3.00 “
1 “ 2.50 “
* “ 2.00 “
“ “ 1.50 “
F’s Knee Pants
[ee Pants 69c
59c
39c
19c
lecd ol These Un
I Values in Smart
Overcoats
I* luctions like these talk.—
iike these—every one cor
(i thv—sell quickly at such
Buy one to-day—to
iv he too late to get what
- any §16.50 it 15. \'alue
“ 13.00 “ “
“ “ 12.50 it 12. “
“ “ 10.00
“ “ 8.50 it 8.00 “
“ “ 7.50 it 7.00 “
“ “ 6.50 it 6.00 “
y’s Overcoats
a 85.00 Overcoat or Reefer
3.50 “ “ “
2.50 “ “
2.26 or 2. “ “ “
sitcr Toggery Must
gardless oi Cost
■ ridiculously little prices
fixing you need for your
|'> ice and as far ahead as you
values like these are quick
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heavy fleeced shirts and
l st quality §1.00 to 70c.
tcreed l.amhsdon Shirts or
pc to die.
eeeed Shirts or Drawers 50c
llihhed Shirts or Drawers
Fancy Negligee
Shirts
picv Shirts to 78c.
19c.
NTER CAPS
Heavy Caps 39c.
“ “ 19c.
flEAVY GLOVES
Fur Gloves now 98c.
Illeavy-Lined Gloves 39c.
|tock of Men's and Boy'i
Jn’t be beat in quality
^e, Gum Shoes, Gun
Boots.
C. fvlarstellei
Price Clothier.
fiVASHlNGTO^STREE'
-ES TOWN, V '• VA.
SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON.
OhahlesTown.W. Va., F»b .uakt 9 1999.
Telephone Call No. 90.
tiT Obituary Notices and Tributes of .Re
spect are charged for at the rate of 5 ceuts
per line.
Because of their real ele
gance and moderate price
“Queen Quality” shoes en
able you to meet every
demand of fashion without
extravagance. See our
new styles while the as
sortment is at its best
Off Bros
Business Locals.
Have you tried Wall’s beef ?
Westphaxia barns. See Landis.
Savory roasters. C. N. Coleman.
Dress goods and silks at Palmbaums.
Table and floor oil cloth at Landis’s.
Fine and coarse salt. J C Burns & Co.
Corn and hay at retail. J C Burns & Co.
Oysters in any style. Greek Restaurant.
India linens, 42 in. wide, 12%c., at Lan
dis’s.
A. G. Wynkoop sells farm and town prop
erties.
For veiling, lace and embroidery, go to
Landis. ,
Taffeta and Japan silks, a full line at
Landis’s.
Galvanized and felt roofing at Cooke &
Phillips.
The latest styles in soft and stiff hats at
Ott Bros.
Dr- Shoop’s health coffee sold only by S.
H. Landis
Spool silk and loO yd luster, 4 cents each,
at 1 audis’s.
If you are looking for the best groceries,
buy of Kouemus.
Fresh crackers anti cakes constantly on
hand at Landis’s.
We deliver oysters in any quantity wanted,
Greek restaurant
The latest novelties iu dress goods aud
waistiug at Landis’s.
Ralston Health aud Walkover shoes and
Oxfords at Ott Bros.
If you want to sell your farm put it in A.
G. Wyukoop’s hands.
Farmers, see Locke for your winter coal.
He will save you money.
Men’s, ladies’ and children’s underwear
aud gloves, bee Landis.
Lace aud liamburg. a large assortment at
bottom prices, at Landis’s.
Belts, belting, side and back combs for
your inspection, at Landis’s.
Star cream separators, coal hods aud fire
shovels at Cooke & Philips’s.
Get the best—W ashington Sunday Star
aud Magazine; all dealers.
White Star coffee, the flavor you cannot
forget, sold by S, H. Landis.
Shamokeu white ash,broken for furnaces,
a specialty. J C Burns & ' o.
Pocahontas egg and lump, the best soft
coal sold. John C Burns & Co.
Sheets,sheeting.counterpanes,flannels and
canton flannels. See at Landis’s.
A. G. Wynkoop will purchase United
States Land Warrants of any date.
£;;,5G0 to loan in sums to suit, on good
‘Security. Apply to A. G W vnko ap.
American Beauty corsets, a large selection
Every pair sold on a guarantee. S- II Lan
dis.
Sale notes discounted or collected on
most favorable terms at the Rational Citi
zens Bank.
lvahu’s clothes, ready-to-wear suits, over
coats aud trousers, one-third off. $'5 8U>t
or overcoat now $10.
Washington Sunday Star contains later
news than any other paper reaching Charles
Town. Ail dealers soli it.
Give us your order for cotti n seed meal.
We are trying to get orders lor a car con
taining 42 per cent protien. It is the cheap
est feed on the market today. Cl "all Co
Wanted, some baled or loose tiay and
straw. C F Wall.
Visit Kalin’s rousing February sale. This
great sale ends march 1.
We are repeating the reductions of Janu
ary for this month. February. 33,per cent
off on every suit and overcoat. This great
sale ends March 1 Wm Kahn. Sadler bik
On Saturday morning we iuauguated our
February Clean Sweep Sale, This sale will
be a grand climax to the largest and most
successful season in our history, and it will
offer not only bigger bar-ans than ever be
fore, but with greater and more varied stock
from which to make selections. Nothing
reserved. Money returned- Sale ends March 1
Wm Kahn,Leading Clothier, Sadler blk.
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Our safe deposit vaults are provided with
a suite of rooms. Thev afford convenient
places to which patrons may retire to exam
ine their papers or to transact any othei
business. You are at liberty to make ap
pointments with friends to meet them hert
for consultation. By so doing you avoid
the auuoyiug interruptions to which yov
might otherwise be exposed.
Farmers A Merchants Deposit Co.
ANNOUNCEMENT
W. W. Eliy having gone to Bedford
City. Va., to locate, the undersigned
will continue the Oyster, Fresh Fish
aud country Produce business at the old
stand, JEFFERSON MAliKET. We
pay cash for eggs, butter, poultry and
other product;. We are the exclusive
agents for Sealsliipt Oysters, the only
oyster that dare look a pure food inspec
tor in the face. They are solid oysters.
You can add wator for less than 40 or 50
cents per quart.
T. 8. EBY, M’g’r.
Local Miscellany.
Circuit Court convenes today.
Snow tell here Sunday to the depth of
about six inches.
Mrs. Alice Krepps died Thursday, at
her home in Bolivar, aged about 43 years.
Postmaster Bradley received last week
an additional equipment for local carrier
and rural distribution of mail
It you want to advertise your sales in
the paper of the largest local circulation,
place them in the Spirit of Jeferson.
Three candidates for admission into
Zion Baptist Church (colored) were bap
tized Sunday in the town run near the
old stone bridge.
Mr Jacob A Hiedwohlhas bought from
Albei t T Hill the latter’s property on the
Shepherd tumpike.a couple of miles from
Shepherdstowu, for $2,900.
At Moorefield, the pretty home of Mr.
A. C. Moore, there was recently a de
lightful gathering of friends from several
neighborhoods in this county and Ber
keley.
The new Town Council of Harpers
Feiry met and organized Tuesday night.
D H Nichols being re-elected treasurer,
and Clias R Barker re-elected Chiet of
Police.
Mr, and Mrs. Towner Schley, of Shep
herd.s'o vn, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Mary Katharine, to Dr.
Francis Stapleton Chambers, of Phila
delphia.
PolicemenSmith andGrandstaff round
ed up five suspicious tramps last Tues
day night, and on Wednesday they were
allowed to either break stone or skiddoo.
They skiddooed,
A play. “The Rainbow Kimona Club,"
will be given at Stephenson Seminary,
Friday' evening, February 12, at 8 o'clock.
Proceeds for the benefit of the school
library. Admission 25cts.
Announcement lias been made of the
engagement of Rev A G Link, pastor of
the Presbyterian Church at Strasburg.
Va , and formerly of Duffields in this
county, to Miss Wallace, of Strasburg.
Frank L Bushong, as attorney for Mrs
Eugenia McAvoy of Ellicott City. Md..
has sold the unimproved lot at the corner
of George and Liberty streets. Charles
Town, to Miss Zan Gibson, for $2,45<>
The Jolly Farmers by colored glee
club under the auspices of the Ladies'
Aid Society of St. John’s church, Rippon.
W. Va., at the school house on Station
avenue, Friday night. February 12, I9'9,
at 8 o'clock. Admission 25 cts.
Miss Rena Allen Boyer, daughter ot
Mr. John G. Boyer, of the Kabletown
vicinity, was recently married to Mr
John P. Creamer, of Shenandoah Junc
tion The marriage took place at the
Methodist parsouage iu Charles Town
Rev J.T. Williams officiating.
Mr. Johu Davis died Wednesday, at
h's home near Leetown, of pneumonia.
a;ed about 40 years. He leaves a widow
aid several children. Two of his broth
ers, Messrs Thomas and Renj Davis,
reside in Charles Town Beside-, these
he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Alexander
Hooe, of this county and Mrs. Henry
Iselin, Brownsville, Md
Buy your meat of the C F Wall Co and
save money.
Special illustrated features in Washington
Sunday Star and Magazine. All dealers sell it.
CASTOiaiA,,
Bears the
Signature
of
Jl’,8 Kind You Hate Always Bough)
The Harpers Ferry District Teachers
Institute was held in the Bolivar school
building Januarv 29. County Supeiin
tendent E D Turner and wife and nine
teachers were present.
Lawson Botts Chapter, U. D C
The Lawson Botts Chapter U. D
C., will meet Friday evening, February
12. at 7:31 o'clock, in Rouss Hall.
Mrs C. W. AlSQUITH, Pres
Mrs. C. N. Coleman Secy.
City carriers Perry Barr and Harry
Walper have been on active duty the
p 1st week in handsome new uniforms,
with the mail boxes all in place, and citv
mail collection and delivery have become
a fixture in up-to-date Charles Town
ManyWoimm r>r»is«'i'hl» Remedy
If you have pains in the buck. Urinary
Bladder or Kidnev tne Me. and we t a cer
tain. p easant herb cure for woman’s ini', try
Mother Gray’s Australian Leaf. U is a safe
and Dever-failiug regulator. At I.'ruccists or
by mad 50ct«. Sample package FRFE. Ad
dress, The Mother Gray Co., he Roy, N. Y.
The Charles Town Dramatic Club who
have been giving performances for the
purpose of purchasing a street sprinkler
to be used in this place, announce that
they have succeeded in persuading Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Shepherd to give the
performance that has been given in
nearby towns and has been so favorably
commented upon wherever given. An.
nouncement of this play appears in an
other column and we feel sure that this
entertainment will be largely attended
as our people have never before had an
opportunity to see such well known
stars at such reasonable prices, and at
the same time aid a worthy object.
The Register, in noting the recent
MacLean-Tyler presentation in Shep
tierdstown. says:
The hirst feature was a series of living
pictures, in which Mr. Mac Lean repre
sented magnificently Brutus, Macbeth,
Marc Anthony and Richard III. Fol
lowing these was a series of readings by
Mr. MacLean; all from Shakespeare’s
best plays, except ”lim,” by Brete Harte
These readings were thrillingly effective,
Mr. MacLean’s splendid stage presence
and acceptable interpretation of the lines
holding the fireathless attention of the
audience.
Miss Tyler and Mr. MacLean next ap
peared in a tabloid version of the "Ta
ming of the "Shrew," in which Richard
Spohn assisted. This delightful come
dy was most charmingly rendered. The
performers were as clever as could be,
and the process of taming gave opportu
nity for a delightful development of their
versatility. Miss Tyler was the center of
attraction, and the beautiful gown that
she wore added to the personal charm
and her effective acting. They gave also
the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet
which was most thoroughly enjoyed.
This world-famous scene was flawless as
interpreted by these two artists, and a
sigh ot regret arose when it ended, for
the audience had hung on every word
1 and every action.
Miss Miller Will Harry Hr. Hughes,
An engagement of much social inter
est announced today is that of Miss Lau
ra Virginia Miller, daughter of Hon and
Mrs. Joseph A, Miller, of Ninevah, Va..
to Mr. Daniel Summers Hughi of
Charles Town. The weddiug will be sol
emnized in April at “Wheatland,” the
home of the bride. Miss Miller is a
beauty of rare brunette type and has
been greatly admired for her swv< t dis
position and womanly graces. She is a
graduate of the Valley Female College of
Winchester, and has a host of friends aud
admirers in this city. Mr. Hughes is a
prominent business man of Charles
Town, and is connected with a number
of institutions in the thriving Jtffcrson
c >unty town. The weddmg of this pop
ular couple is looked forward to with
much pleasure —Winchester Star of
Saturday.
A little bird has been whispering pros
pectively of this announcement for some
time past, and we are pleased to see it.
We extend congratulations in advance,
and wish our good townsman and the
fair lady of his choice abundant happi
ness.
Personal Mention.
M r. Wm Theodore was iu Baltimore last
week.
Miss Louise Moore is visiting relatives in
Washington City.
Hon. Geo. M. Beltzhoover, of Slieplierds
town. is in town today.
Mr. Robert H. Phillips has been iu Phil
adelphia on a business trip.
Postmaster and .Mrs. H. N- Bradley, vis
ited friends in Shepherdstown
Missses Margie and Mollie Moore are vis
iting relatives in Washingion City.
Mr, Charles Young, foreman of the Ad
vocate office, was iu Baltimore last week.
Miss Cecelia Davenport is visiting bar sis
ter. Mrs Wm. II. Wilson, iu Clarke county.
Misses Lizzie and Grace Stonesifer spent
Wednesday with friends in Sliepherdstowu,
Mr. Cruger W. Smith has returned from
business trips to Washington and Clarksburg
Miss Fleda Ramey, of Berryville, is visit
ing her cousius.theMisses Ramey, at “Rich
wood.”
Mr. Wm- Doran, of Harpers Ferry, was
iu Charles Town iu his automobile on Wed
nesday.
Miss Frances Moore has returned from a
visit of several months to Baltimore aud
Washington.
Miss Daisy Boxwell of Winchester Las
been visiting her sister Mrs. Edward Spinks
in this place,
Mrs. Eli Pendleburg and children, of Lo
naconing, Md., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Shrout.
Postmaster W. L. Erwin, of Harpers Fer
ry. was in Charles Town in his autemobile
last Tuesday.
Mr. W. T. McDonald has returned from
attending the meeting of the State Grange
at Charleston.
Miss Hubbard, of Philadelphia, is the
guest of Miss SaLie Page Andrews, at Mrs.
Howell Brown’s.
D,- T. A, Ramey and Mrs. F. B. Hooff
have returned from the big Bhriuer’s meet
ing iu New York.
Rev James Oraighill, of Washington City,
has been visiting his sisters. Misses E. R.
and M. L. Craighill.
Misses FlorenceStrider, Mary Rissler and
Gertrude Phillips were guests of Miss Mary
Trussed, near Halltown, for several days.
Mrs. Chas. W. Brown went to Hagerstown
on Friday, to attend the fuueral of her
greatgrandmother, Mrs Louise Itettberg.
Attorney and Mrs. J. H Walraven, of
Baltimore, have been spending a few days
at the Walraven country seat in this county.
Mr Harvell La Boyteaux. of San Fran
cisco, has been on a business trip to New
York, aud his mother will return with him.
Mr. J. H. Dutterer, one of our best
farmers and largest land owners, was a
pleasant caller at the spirit office yester
day.
Miss Louella Depoy has returned to her
home in Harrisonburg, Va., after an ex
tended visit to her cousin. Miss Agues Ma
thena.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clipp. 8r , have
been visiting their daughters Mrs. M. L,
Hooff master and Mrs. G. W. 3. Crim, in
Brunswick, Md
Miss Frances Wall returned last, week
from a visit of six weeks with relatives at
Ellis, Kansas Her cousin, Henry Lei-en
ring, returned with her.
Mrs. D. 8. Snyder, of near Martinsourg.
and her son, Mr Clias. Snvder, of Salisbury,
N, 0. have been visiting Mr. aud Mrs. James
M. Snyder, at Riverside.
Misses Louise Latimer and Jessie Logie
were guests at a house party given by Mr.
and Mrs. R. C, Ringgold at their home,
“Bellevue.” near Shepherdstown.
Messrs. E. C. Watson, of Leetown: F.
T. liailiss. of near Riverside Schoo-house;
George KUiott, of Flowing Spring, and
John F. Ware, of near Zoar, were among
our callers yesterday.
The Misses Getzendanner and Miss Bettie
Sublett aud Miss Louise Latimer went to
Shepherdstown to attend the Shakssperian
entertainment given by R. D. MacLean and
Miss Odette Tyler, (Mr. and Mrs. R. D
Shepherd). _
Men’s, ladies’ and children’s underwear,
old prices. See Landis.
Try our scratch feed for your chickens.
It will make them lay. C F. Wall Co.
Your Sale Bills will receive our strict at
tention, aud will be hung in a conspicuous
place. 0. F. V\ all Co.
It will pay you to see our clover seed and
get prices before you buy. Can give you
good seed cheap. C. F. Mall Co.
We have oyster shells, grits, a special
mixture for chickens, and all kinds of
poultry food. C. F Wall Co.
What Yon Need for your public sale is
several pails of International Stock Food,
aud a tou or two of Oil Meal. C. F. Wall
Co.
They claim Wall is losing money on his
beef, that’s his business. Nice country
pudding, sausage, aud ponhaus for a few
weeks only. C. F. Wall Co.
Listen Our clover seed has arrived.—
The best we have ever had. at the extreme
low price. Don’t give us your order foi
this year only, but get your seed for nexi
year too C F Mall Co.
The members of Triluminar Lodge. A
F & A M, of Middleway, enjoyed asplen
did banquet in their own building on th(
30th ult. Mr. Robt. L. Macoughtry was
the energetic chairman of the committee
j Messrs. Eddie Shauil, Herbert Jennings
Findlay Johnson and Clyde Roberts wen
efficient waiters, and Miss Ada Jennings
Mrs. George Shauil, Mrs Wm G. Bate
and Mrs. Robt. U. Smith, presided at th<
tables. Messrs. C. W. Heusbaw and N
R. Roberts are old wheel horses of thi
lodge, which isoneof the best financially
situated in the county and has a fin<
1 membership.
The Jefferson Club.
A number of Charles Town gentlemen
including Senator William Campbell
Col R P Chew, Dr William Neill. Cap
H C Getzendanner. Messrs Arthpr Dav
enport, T T Perry, John Porterfielr^
James M Mason. Jr.,Thomas C Howling
J B Brazier, Thcmas R Moore. R VV anc
W F Alexander, H J Miller and Gustai
D Brown, met Thursday afternoon ant
organized a social club, to lie known a<
"The Jefferson Club.” Arthur Daven
port was elected president, A S Aller
secretory and Isaac Herz treasurer.
Church Items.
Services in St. James' Catholic Church 2c
Sunday of each month at 9 a. m.
Rev, A. A. P. Neel is conducting reviva
services at Chestnut Hill this week.
Order of services for Sbannondale Mis.
sion next Sunday: Fairmont 10.30 a tn,
Murrill Hill 3 pm. Chestnut Hill 7 7
m, at which time revival services will
begin and continue through the week.
The meetings at Fairmountand Murrill
Hill were very successful.
Wanted.—Reliable, energetic man to sell
lubricating oils, greases anil paints in Jeffer
son and adjacent counties. Salary or Com
mission. Stenson Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio,
Shake Into Your Sho.s.
Allen’s Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful, swollen smarting, nervous feet and
instantly lakes the sting on' of eort.s and
bunions and makes walking easy. Try it to
day. Sold everywhere. Satnole KKRK. Ad
dress. Allen 8. Olmsted. Le Koy, N. Y.
VALENTINES
And
Valentine
Tost Cards
in
Great
Variety
at
BEARD’S VARIETY STORE.
THE ART PAINT & WALL PAPER
STORE
solicits your trade.
Wall paper, paints, leads, oil,varnishes,
glass, putty, Kalkano, a sanitary
wall coating; window
shades, etc.
We sell Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint,
a guaranteed paint.
Tiet-ires framed by a framer.
(Painter.
C. W. TAYLOR, -j Paper Hanger,
( Picture Framer.
ITOniA.
1 The Kind Von Have Always Bnuglil
ADVERTISED LETTERS,
hisl of letters remaining in the Post office at
Charles Town. Jefferson conn tv. W. Va.. on
Saturday. Feb 6, 19C9. Persons calling ft r
same wit) be required to pay one cent for
each letter:
Mrs Marv Cbarab'in, Miss Noralt Runon.
Mrs. Fred Ritter, Miss Vary Mitchel. Miss
Tune Hunter, Mrs Myrtle Henderson. Lil
lian Downing, Mrs Thomas Carmack. .1 W
Aylor Rev T C Johnson. Ltieien J Tolbert.
Cbas Gilbert Sprsss, Geo Redmon, W II
Kyle. John J Johnson, George Saunders
Mauhby. Tbos Clabion Johnson, Craddy
Henry. Dave Gilson. Federal Insurance - o.
G Frazier, Hurry Falono. Luther Davis, C C
Branch, H O Baker. (3 letter’s.)
The above letters, it not called, for within
fifteen days, will bo-sent to the di-nd letter
office. Persons calling for them will please
say that they are advertised.
H. N. KltADi.Br. P. M.
Announcement Extraordinary!
AN EVENING WITH SHAKE3PEAR
R. D. MacLean. Odette Tyler.
Shakespear’s Liying Pictures
Portrayed by R. D. MacLean.
A Tabloid Version of
“Taming of the Shrew’’
(In Costume) Given by
R, D. MacLean and Odette Tyler
AND
“The Balcony Scene From Romeo
And Juliet,”
(In Costume) Given by
R. D. MacLean and Odette Tyler
WASHINGTON HALL,
Date, February 11th, 1909.
For the Benefit of
Street Sprinkler
Seats on Sale at G. T. Light’s
Drug Store.
Trustee’s Sale
OK
MERCHANDISE
STOCK
At Cost !
By virtue of aii assignment for the bene
fit of creditors made February 3, 1103. by
Marion O. Merchant to the undersigned as
trustee, all the stock in the Five aud Teu
CeDt store in the Dalgarn building. Charles
Town,will be sold at cost. The stock inc’nde*
, GLASSWARE. (.(UNAWARE. TIN AND
ENAMEL W.iRE.
Fixtures. Show ('uses. Scales, Stationery,
Notions and Confectioneries.
1 TERMS—CASH.
The storeroom in which this property is
, located will al*o lie rentid at once to a de
sirable tenant
JOHN T, PORTERFIELD.
Feb,9 tf. Trustee.
i
Public Sales
Wednesday, Feb- 10.—Stock and Farm
ing Implements by H- S. Koonce, at Shau
' non dale.
Thursday, February 18 —Horses, cattle,
hogs and farm implements, by Howard O
’ burn. 2 miles south of Rippon.
' Wednesday, February 24—Personal pro
^ perty. near Wheatland, by John C. W hit
! more,
] February 24th—Personal Property by
R Geo. M. Beltzhoover. trustee forR A. Ham
mond, on Sandy Ridge. 2 miles north of
Shenandoah Junction.
l
Saturday. Feb. 27—Personal Property at
Baidaue. by Jos V. Bell.
Monday, March 1 —Stock and Farming
j Implements, by Win. II. Whitmore, on the
Wyatt farm, (old Dr. Wager place,) 2 miles
1 north of Charles Town.
Wednesday, March 3—Personal Property,
two miles northwest of Charles Town, by
Wm. R. Louthau.
Thursday. March 4.—Personal Property
1 by John F. Ware, near Zoar.
Monday, March 8.—Farm Stock and Itn
' plements and Househould Goods, by J. C
' Bailiss, on Shenandoah river four miles from
Charles Town.
[ Tuesday, March 9.—Personal Property.
by G. B. Rodefer, on tbe “Mag W illie”
. farm, 3 miles northwest of Charles Town.
Thursday, March 11—Personal Property
near Rippon, by Wm, Wilt.
Saturday, March 1 3 —Personal Property.
| by Geo W Smith, on “Point Lookout” farm
I of Juo O Aglionby. uear Shenandoah Junc
tion.
Monday, March 15.—Stock and Farming
Implements,by O W Ramey, 3% miles from
Charles Town, on Middleway turnpike.
Tuesday. March 16 —Personal Property,
by Scott Royer, uear Gaylord.
Thursday, March 18. Personal Property,
by Miss Julia Terrill, near Flowing Spring.
Friday, March It.—Stock and Farming
Implements and half interest in 47 acres of
growing wheat, hi' Mrs. K R Comer, ov the
farm of C A Ware, better known as tbe old
Buckles farm, near Keller.
■Wednesday, March 24 —Personal; Prop
erty, by Joseph F. Painter, on farm of I ol.
G. W. Z. Black, near Halltown.
Thursday, May 27.—Short Horn Cattle
aud Percherou Colts, by Bobt. R. Smith, at
Silver Spring Stock Farm, 8 miles south of
Charles Town and 3 miles from Rippon
station on the N- W. lt’y.
Messrs. Heflebower & West have engaged
to cry sales on tbe following dates :
February. 3, 10, 18, 24, 25, 26. March,
1, 2. 3. 4, 5. 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 13, 14, 15, 17,
18, 19, 22, 21, 21. _
A PULL LINE OP
Colgates’s
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Goods
JUST KEGEIVED.
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Colgate’s Talcum Powder 15c
Brown & Hooff
DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACISTS
General Shipping and
Sales Day
at Charles Town,
Wednesday, Feb. 10
Veal calves, fat sheep and hogs.
_C. F. WALL.
J.P.Conk'yn. C.M.Conklyn G F.Conklyn
CONKLYN BROS,
Mannfactuers of and Dealers in
FURNITURE.
RUSTIC AND MISSION, ODD PIECES
DESIGN WORK, OUK SPECIALTY.
We Will Continue to Represent The
Domestic Engine and Pump Co. Rife Hy
draulic Katn Manufacturing Co. Ferro
Machine and Foundry Co. The vV. II.
MnlDn’f Steel Boat MT'g. Co,
Agents for the
PEERLESS CORN AND
COB MILLS.
We solicit contracts for complete
Water Supplying System for country
places. Attention giventothe Plumb,
ing Business 'id al! i s Branches.
CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.
Jefferson 'Phone 125 5. Bloomerf.
Jan. 2t5-3m*
Oak Lumber.
OAK LUMBER for sale by
June 33-tf. JOHN T. COLSTON.
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Ladies’ Coats
At Greatly leduced Prices
We have in stock Nine Ladies’ Coats, uew styles, and are offering
them at great^ reduced prices.
$10.00 Coats $5.75
7 50 “ 4 95
650 " 3-95
5 00 “ 3 45
A Line of Shoes
Reduced to 49c a pr.
!j Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns.
Racket Store.
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^hic reat ^alo Qnds Jffarch 1st, 1909.
February
KAHN’S
Leading Clothier
We will t ffer during the month of Feb
ruary our remaining stock of winter
suits and overcoats for men, youths and
childjen at
33 3
Per Cent
Off
present prices. Nothing reserved.
A $io suit or overcoat
can be bought at
$6.67
WM. KAHN,
Leading Clothier. Sadler Block.
^ his Qreat ^ale Qnds JYl<zrch 1st, 1909.
M- Palmbaum Si Bro.
Hunts *y Shugert^
Wc invite your ii spcction of our
Large Line of the Season’s
Merchandise.
We cm fill yotr needs, and will save you money.
Isutlies* Dress Hoods*
Ready•Tiimmed lints.
Ladies’ & Children’s Coats
Tailored Skirts, Blankets, Comforts, Carpets, Buks, Oilcloth, Tapestry, Curtains,Table and
Couch Covers, &c.
BURNS & SHTJGIRT
SALE!
Ladies’, Misses and Children’ s
READY-MADE
Coats, Suits, Skirts and Waists
l<> make room for spring goods. We have also
Cut Prices on Dry Good, Notions
and Nen's Furnishings.
Don’t mis3 this sale. It is a big saviDg to you.
. SACHS & COMPANY
Ladies’ TAILORS Men’s
Jeffers,n Co Telephone. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.
We do cleaning, repairing, pressing, scouring and dyeing.
Your Attention, Please !
Nearly opposite the Postoffice, West Main Street, is a candidate for public
patronage, with one of the freshest, choicest and most varied lines of
General Merchandise
to be found in Jefferson county, consisting of
Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear, Boots and Shoes, which we
are making a specialty of ; Groceries, both staple and
fancy, Queensware, Cigars and Tobaccos.
The above line of goods were bought at rock bottom prices, and will be
sold on tho closest margin of profit. Our motto- Quick sates and short
profits. These goods are not old and shelf-worn, bet fresh and up-to-date,
and we feel an inspection will make you a customer. Fresh and new goods
received daily No trouble to show goods.
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOB GOODS.
We S' licit a share of your patronage, promising fair and courteous treat
ment a- d a full value for every dollar you spend with ns.
Very respectfully,
JD. S. HWGHJES.

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