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The Weekly Register
rUOM Jtr?*7 W?faMlw Ntnlai by F. 0. TJPPJSTT, Kditor and Publisher. POINT PLEASANT, Mason Comity. Wast Virginia. JUNE 18, 1906. K*y Bide and Dance. Last Thursday waa a perfect night for the bay-Tide and danoe given by Mies Bessie Liter. After enjoying a ride np *he Eanawba, the bippy party repaired to the Fair Ground where dancing was indulged in ontil after midnight, when a tempting Innoh was served. The ohaperones were Mrs. R. P. Liter and Misees Tim Malons and Helen Hale. The following at. tended. Misses Leota Nntter, Edith Wbaley, Gertrude Moriarty, Eva Mitohell, Olara Masgrave, (Jallie Comstook. Mary Leftwioh, Lizzie Carpenter, Anna W bitten, Anna Malone, Florence Howard. Ethel Bardett, Nan Heelop, Mary Lewie, Hannah Lewie, Saliie Stone. ? Messrs. Jas Leftwicb^oj^d Sell er, Eddie Howard, Ohas Howard, Raymond Allen, Ross Filson, Ru dolph Wbitten, Lem Heelop, Den nis Park, Fred Riser, Chas. Beatd, Dmglas Ellison, Oarl Brnestle, Morris Borns.de, Frank Brnemtle. TheKTefFTliove. The K. of P. Lodge have leased the Biokel Htll from the Iron Monldere Union to' hold their meetings. They have vacated their hall in the Spenoer bnilding, in order to accomodate the Wholesale Grooery Company in making room for their large consignment of goods. The E of P's new quar ters are very fine and ccnveniently arranged. Through a mistake, the name of Rudolph Wbitten was ommitted from the yearly honor roll of the Point Pleasant High sohool,as hav ing a general average of over 90 percent. We oheerfully make the correction. Having added to the equipment of our studio a fine new portrait leas and a new baokground, we are prepared to make photographs that will please the most ezaoting Ton are invited in for a sitting Zumbbo Bros JUNE SALE! Somewhat early for us to cut prices, but we believe in doing things when you are ready. We are ready to close out many of our spring purchases at greatly reduced prices. IT'S LIKE THIS: Spring Goats one-fourth oft the former price: 83.75 coats $2.80 5.00 coats 3.76 6.00 coats 4.60 8.50 coats 6 38 In our carpet and matting de partments we've a lot of pieces suitable for small rooms on which we will give liberal reductions. Odds and ends in lace curtains. Some half pairs; one pair and one and one half pair lots in cheap and fine grades to close out at about half price. Mercerized Petticoats at special prices: 81.00 quality 79c. gradef to close out at about half price. Mercer ized Petticoats1 at speciah prices: ' $1.00 quality 79c; $1.25 quality $1.00; $2.00 quality $1.50; $2.50 quality $1.75; $3.00 quality $2.00; $3.50 quality $2:25. Black Silk Petticoats that are worth $5.00 for $3.75. MILLINERY. Remarkable values in this de partment during the remainder of the month. The policy of all our departments is to close out each season's kstock before the season has passed. The Utest creations for summer wear are included in this sale. We've many other lines in small lots that will be thrown into this sale at cut prices to close them out. We are selling agents for the Ladies' Home Journal Pat terns and Publications. The Dfdod! I Poofe do. Gallipolis, O. Personal Jlentton. i V -V" L * i - ? . Mr. Charlie Lee, of Maiden, was a visitor in town Monday. Mr. A. A. Somerville, of Letart, waa a Visitor to this oity Taesday. Lieut Ohas. T. Beala leftj yes terday on a business trip to Graft on. ,}*.?? Mr. Guy Polslsy, of Columbtts, is in the oity. Mr. Edward Rees, of Coilumbus, Ohio, was visiting -friends here Sunday. Mrs - Mame MoGuffin, of Middle port, is visiting relatives in ftiia oityr. Miss Julia Dair, of fieale, is the guest of Mrs. 8. J. Baum.this oity this week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guthrie, of GallipoliB, were guests of Miss Nan Gabbert, Sunday?' Mr Hannibal Hall, an aged Qnple of Mrs P. S. Snyder has been vis iting here this week. fiUv!> Miss Bertha Fry, of Spenoer, spent Sunday with her (bather, Mrs,Hen?y iry. JfliBa Oosirtaey Allis. returned from Huntington last Tuesday, on adoount-ofiH-health. * j Messrs. -L. R Campbell .' and Homer Kisar left in the Queen Oity, Sunday night; forHPittsburg/ Mr. P. B. GravetylTf.'r*~jon of the famous tobaaoo msn^ is j regis tered at The Spenoer. Mrs. Hildretb Riddle-will leave Saturday to visit :Mr. Riddle's parents, at Delaware, Ohio. Mr. L. N. Boggess and Mr. Walter Cjssin were in Oharleston Friday of last week. Mr. Thos. J. Gibbs,-near Letart. was a pleasant paller at this offioe Saturday. 1 . ? . Miss Maude Shidot ba? returned from a visit to relatives at ?te^ I mond. Mr. and Mts. Alonzo Carsey, of near Letait, were vieitors in our oity, Saturday. 1 Mr. Ira Holmes, of Charleston, spent Sunday here with his parents, I Captain and Mrs. W. D. Holmes Mrs. Charlton Hammel has re I turned from a two weeks visit to r relatives in Munoie, Ind Mr. Andrew Kinoaid and son, Leo, were visitors to Huntington, Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. -Coley left yesterday morning for Lonisville,| Kentuoky for a few days visit. ? Miss Clara Varian has returned I home from a three weeks visit tol friends in Middleport. - j Mrs. Ruby Batz, of Gallipolis I was the guest of her mother, Mrs. We Foglesong, Sunday. Messrs. J. Prioe Miller and Sam Mayes, were visitors to Pomeroy, last week. Mr. D. A. R. MoKinstry, of Athens, spent Sunday and Monday here the guest of hie son Mr. E. T. MoKinstry. \ T W. Johnson, Esq., and wife, of Arlee, were visitors to town Monday, end gave this offioe a pleaeaat oall. Mrs Morris, who has been herel visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Ray, for a week past, left for Gallipolis, I Monday. Mr. Bnd Mrs. Herbert Chambers, of Middleport, oame down Monday to attend the Jordan Chamberel wedding Mrs. Charies Filson was visiting her mother, Mrs. 0. E. Aumiller, 1 at Raoine last week, returning Sat urday. Mies Neida Bowyer will leave this weak for Fairmont to take part in Miss Anna Sanda wed-1 ding. Mr. Griff T. Smith attended the I opening danoe of the Glenwood Country Club, Charleston, last-Fri-1 day night. Dr, F V.^Butoher and Mr Fredl Rilsy -wer^'the guests o| Mrs Kate I Long Windon, at her oountryl home near Maggie, Sunday. Mr. George Rowel and family I left this week for a visit to Leipsio, I Ohio, where they will remain for several weeks. Mr K H. Dnnn and daughter I Miss Bertha, of South Side, werel pleasant callers at this uffioe last I Wednesday. Mr. H. Gates, from up Kanawha, who has been on an extended visit | to frisnds in Missouri and Okla homa, returned bome last week. Miss Musa F Kiger, of Hunting-1 ton, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kiger, Satnrday, returning Sunday evening. Mies Ella Rotbgeb, of Cheshire,! Ohio, was the guest of Miss Lillian Kinoade, this oity, a few days this week. Mrs. Robert Haptonstall and daughter Mies Veva, returned Sat urday from a short visit to Colnm bus/ Mid Margaret Morality retort ed yesterday from a two weeks visit with Miss Alioe McChesney, ?t Charleston, ' y;' '' m -Mr. Arthur Prioe waa i( fiant-1 ington, Sunday, visiting his broth er, 'Mr.. John Prioe, who hu charge of the- machinery at the Home for Inoorables, that oity. Miaa Vera Haptonatall left Mon-1 day to via it friend* at New Mar-j tinsville, an to attend the Com mencement Exeroiaea at Mt. del Chantal, Wheeling. Mra. William Steenbergen and sister, Miaa Janet MoCallooh, re turned Saturday from a few daya I Tiait to Miaa Fannie Steenbergen, at Gallipot is, Ferry. Mra. Robert W. Harrie and baby, Misses Sallie Chambers and Maude Burdett spent the day.'Friday.with Mr. and Mrs. John B Conoh and family np Kanawha. Mrs. Thomaa MoCooi, who baa been on a four weeks visit to frienda at Munoie, Ind, returned home Saturday. Hon. J. M. Henaley. of Hart, ford, Seoretary of the. Republioan County Committee, waa here Mon day on buaineaa. Mr. A. L. Piokena, of Philo, Potnam oounty, and Mr. George McDermitt, . of Elm wood, thie oounty, were in town Monday at tending Court. Mrs. Emmett Keesey and little eon Richard, of Middleport, is here on a few days visit to Mrs. Keeaey'a sister, Mra. Char lea Var ian. Mr. and Mra. S. B Morria left Tuesday for ttieir home, Newark, Ohio. Mr. MorrjyB has just com pleted the new farnaoe at the Malle able Iron Company'a plant. Mra. Eate Long-Windon will! leave Saturday on a viait to frienda in Columbua, Ohio Mrs Windon will probablv visit at Detroit be fore returning. Mr. J. M. Helms, now located at Shepard, Ohio, ia home this week I on a viait to bis parents, J L H el ma and wife, near town. He will return the Utter part of the week. Mr. B. A. Armstrong, of Baden, was a viaitor to town, Monday. He is in hia 81st year, and is qnite vigorous, exoepting a alight paraly sis of hia right aide. Messrs. George Jenkins and E. W Badgley, two of Leon's good I oitizena, were in the oity Monday and paid their reBpeots to this of fice. Mr. C B. Oouoh, of Charleston, waa here Monday on hia way to the Commencement Exeroiaea of the Marietta College, which he at tended some twenty years ago. Mra Hattie Haskins and little danghter, and oouein Mies Lottie Ham brick came up from Gallipolie, Saturday to visit MrB C. E. Ray, returning home Monday. Messrs. Lauren and Dwight C'Roark, former Point Pleasant boys, were here last week visiting relatives and friends. Dwight is holding a position at Lexington, Ky., while Lauren was on his way home from Buokhannon College Mr. Aaa Masgrave and daughter, Mrs. A. R Girard and little son, Arnold, near tcwn, returned last week from a visit to Mr. Musgrave's sister, at Cosbooton, Ohio. Mr. John C. Franklin letnrned last Wednesday from a viait to hia sister, Mrs M. E. Tracy and broth er, Mr. E. E. Frenklin, at Wheel ing Master Bennie Traoy accom panied Mr. Frttnklin home. Miss Josie Bowling-Tippett, here for some time visiting rela tives, left Friday for her home at Detroit, Mioh. She waa aooom panied by Dr A 0. Potter, of Canada, who haa been here viaiting friends for a few weeks. Mr. W. G. Poston and son, Mr. O C. Poston, of near Mercer's Bot tom, were pleasant callers at thie offioe Saturday. Mr Poston is one of the Register s best friends and oldest subscriber^. ' i Miss Mae Lusher, who bes been viaiting Miaa Louise Stewart for the past few daya, returned to her home at Ben Lomond, W. Vs., this afternoon ?Huntington Herald. June 6. Miss Hattie Keiater, of Apple Grove, who has * been visiting friends and relatives in the oity for the paat week, left Tuesday even ing for her home. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Thomas of Letart, who have been here for the paat two weeks visiting Mr. and Mra Bertbiatle of Fifteenth street, left Tuesday evening for their home?Huntington Adver. tiser, June 6. Mr. Frank MoKeever and Mias Minnie Stewart, of Gallipolie, Mr Dan MoKeever and Mr. Djn Mo Keever and Mr John Gibbons, of Athens, and Miaa Eva Morris, of Albany, spent Sunday with Mies Nannie Lyons, in Henderson. Miss Nan- Gabbert and her gueat to be, Miss Mildred Franois, of Athene, Ohio, Mr. K. T. MoKin. stry and Mr. Fred Riley, will leave on an extended Automobile trip through Ohio and Indiana, on the > 20th of present month, Mir. Pat Allen, 'of* Baymond Oity, base for the past two mb returned home Saturday. Mr. Arthur Henry, wife and baby, who have been here oa a 10 daye visit, left for their home et Grafton on the afternoon|B. & O train. Mi*. TbomaaBeloher and daugh ter, Misa Jnlia, of Gallipolia, spent last Friday here the guest of Mm. ' Wm. Mees Mr L. B. Campbell, who baa been through the South writing life inauranoe, ia home on a visit to his parents. Mr. Tippett the Editor of this psper left Monday for Indianapo lis, Ind., where be goea aa one of the five delegates from this state to attend the National Editorial Association wbiob ia in seaaion in that oity from the 12th to the 15th after which the members will take a trip of 23 daya through Indiana, Illinois, Miohigan and Canada. Any favora shown the paper ia the Vay of banding in newa items &o., during his absence from town will be greatly appreciated by Mr,, JEST* ,h0" Mr. L. G. Gillispie, of Aahiand, Ky , called at this offioe last Sat' ordayand renewed bis snbsorip tion to the Begiater. Mr. Gillispie ia a former Maaon oonnty boy and stands well with our people. Last fall the people of Aahiand elected an entire Demooratio ticket, and Mr. Gillispie is now an honored councilman of that oity. Always good luok to you. Mr. Gillispie. Mr. E. H. King, of Three Mil*-, below Kanawha, aooompanied by ni'd ?'f? !Sd liu'e,8on- were in the oity Satuniay. Mr King and Mr. J. f. Thornton, of Beech Hill, have been in Miobigan and Canada for a week visiting Mr. Thornton's two sons and daughter. WEDDIHG BELLS Aten-Fry. On Tuesday, June 12, 1906, at] 4 o'clock p. m , at the residenoe of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary Fry, Hon John G. Aten, of Letart, W." Va. and MUa Nellie May Fry of this oity, were united in marriage. Rev Oar! Bartb, of the Preabyte rian church, officiating. It was a pretty home wedding, in the pres ence of only the immediate family and the members of the O. M H Club. ' . The bride wore a gown of gray voil and the groom the onstomary blaok. They were attended by Mr Arthur Henry and wife of Weston The wedding march wee beautifully rendered by Misa Helen Hale. The bride is well and favorably known in thia oity, ie very popular, and ia loved by all for her sunny disposition and kindness of heart, and the groom is an intelligent, high-minded gentleman, and has represented this oounty for two terms in the Legislature. bride's cake was out Miss Ella Hanes found the ring Miss Helen Hale the dime, and Miss Lona Frist the darning nee die. The oake was an elegant one. and was a present to the bride by Mrs. Edith Huston. The happy oouple left on the six o'olook northbound B. & O on their bridal trip, and will be at home to their frienda July 1st. The Begister joins their many friends in wishing the oontraoting parties a long, happy and useful life. Miss Virgie Lee Hughes elegant ly entertained The Warblers and the High Sohool Glee Club, last Friday night, at her home on Main street. The Sooietaa Club will meet to morrow afternoon with Mrs Bobert P. Liter at her home on Viand street. morning, ^nna ,12tbM J906, at 9. o'clock,, of one of ^ha prettiest weddings that has oconrred in this city for a lqng time. In ^he pres ?enoe of relatives and .a few; inti mate. friends of the contracting partiAsMisa Sallie Chambers be came the bride of Mr Willard Cunningham Jordan. , It is rare one sees a more beautiful home wedding. The parlor was model of beaufy-r?effectively and artistic ally decorated with daisies, out flowers and foliage The ceremo nies that united -the happyyoung couple were solemnly and impress ively pronounced by Rev. ?>. Perryt Pastor of Trinity M. E. Church, this city. "Hie bride was unattended, and the universal ver dict of .those present was that ^he never - looked prettier .or sweeter than when arrayed in her stylish and beooming going-away gownofj gray, with a pretty_and bewitching hat to harmonise The groom was handsome apd attractive in his .n^fijttapg^oiiof gpi#,, jx The bHde te the eldefet'daughter Mr aridMrs R:F. Chambers, '(the former deceased) and:: is. a most excellent young lhdy and haa a host of warm add admiring friends, who, while rejoicing with her-fit- her happy start on life's great highway, will sadly misa her from their social functions It can be truthfully said that ?' none knew her but to love her,'' for she com bined all the traits of mind, heart and character that11 go to make, up a true and charming Woman, and never was this more folly realized and apparent than when she stood arrayed in her bridal robes. With her naturally kind, happy and unassuming disposition she is equally' at home in the palaces of the rioli or the hoyels of the poor The groom, Mr. Jordan, is a young man jot exemplary habits and stands high with every one who has the pleasure of his ac quaintance. He has been the pop ular and accommodating agent here for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company for the past four and a-half years, coming hiifS from his home in Zanesville, Ohio. The bridal party left .on the B & O. train yesterday .morning for Wheeling, Chiwgo, jbenver,. Salt Lake City and.many'otlier points in the west. Thay will^he absent about, three ,weeks op^eir honey moon ^rip, when ethgy wiii return and make -the residence -ofthe brMe's mother thfeir future home. The newly wedded pair have the kindest wishes of their innumera ble friends, and the Register join's its congratulations, and wishes' for them a long, happy and prosper ous journey through life. Mr. and Mrs. E. B Sister, of Barberton, Qbio, were at The Spenoer MondayBnd Tuesday. Mr. Sialer will open an up-to date dry goods store in The Spencer, Sept. 1st. Point Pleasant is to be con gratulated not only in the faot of Mr. Sislers locating here, but al so in the faot that thia store will fill in all that is neoeesary to make this plaoe one of the beat shopping towns on the Ohio river. Rev. Father Haimann, of Mason, will oelebrate Holy Mass. at the home of Mr. M. L Moriarity next Sunday morning at 8 o'olook. In structions at 7 o'olook Sanday evening. To Our Patrons. Daring onr absence from the city for a month, we leave in charge of oar office, that first-class newspaper man, Mr. W. G. }Vhaley. Any busi ness connected viththe office can be transacted through him. Respectfully, F. B. TIPPETT, Editor and Publisher. r t vjt. ? <i i,.?" " i We carry a large stock of window glass in sizes from 8x10 to 48x62. Also a complete line of fancy Colored, Pros ted, Chipped and Picture Glass. We cnt any odd ?ize yon may want and charge you nothing extra for the cutting. Let us quote you prices. TIE C. 0. EM m 10., Cor. Court and 3rd Ave. Gallipoiis, Ohio. ? ill At WAQinuv I o Hot Weather ?4C0MF0RT?o ?4CL0THES&? i ? . )? i i 7 - )?? i > ? 1 For business and leisure wear during ) the torrid term. j ' Feather weight, a trifle lined, and eot for comfort, yet full of style. ( I > . Double and single breasted in fine im ,, ported flannels, tropical worsteds and ser- , ' l was ciVi atitiv? r* iv?r* v?tt mivfiiwAa mAn am<1 I ges showing many mixtures, stripes and T solid colors, including the ever popular ' 1 blues I $8.00, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, IB.50 $18.00, $20.00. I j. ... ' J) II J. Friedman & uo. 11 ( Vl T ^"**1 r^> --12 rrT'- rr"r? rr"'^ r*""*") ) A BOY HERO SAVES SISTER Jumps Into 4 Cistern and Hold* Child Above the Surface of the Water for an Hour, Before Both Were Rescued. G E. Johnson, of Beale, this oohnty, has a nine year-old boy who certainly deserves to be oalled 3 hero A few days ago Mrs John Bon wept to a meeting at the Bap tist church, leaving her boy Bnd little '? three year old^ daughter at boms with Mr. Johnson who was repairing the oistern. When Mr. Johnson thought it time for the meeting to be out, hitohed up his horse and drove off leaving the ohildren playing about the yard. He had forgotten to put the lid on the oistern and the little girl who had discovered the top being off began playing about the oistern and fell in. The boy saw her fall in out of sight- and immediately sprang to her rescue. The water was'up to his shoulders but grab bing his little sister he held her head Bbove water for nearly one hour before hiB mother and father arrived when both were rescued nearly numb from the cold oistern water. ' Trinity U. B. Ohuroh at Greer, this oounty, will have an old time Fourth of July oelebration at the ohuroh. Everybody invited to at tend and a good time promised every one.' Hon. C. E. Hogg will be be the orator of the day. Pro oaeda to go toward paying a debt off of the ohuroh. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Maddy, residing on Mr. Will Bry an's farm, at Kanauga, O., ate a lot of oherries last week, and as a result came near dying. For sev eral days the child suffered severe .pains and spasms, and isnowmuoh improved. Edward Huskins, colored, who formerly lived in this plaoe, died at his home in Charleston, last Sunday, aged 79 years. He was a good old colored man and was well known in this oity. His remains were interred in Lone Oak oeme tery, yesterday. Hot ice of Sale. W. H. Foglesong, the undertaker at Mason Oity, has sold his under takers' goods to B. F. Biggs, and the stook was moved to the Utter'* undertaking rooms. jne6t4 Two Boys Browned. Harold Williams age 13, and Reuben Mayes age 12 were drown ed near Chamberaburg last Wed nesday wLile in swimming; young Williams was a second cousin of Mrs L J. Williamson, of this oity. The old ferryboat Cbampion, No. 3 whioh Mink here last Janu ary, was raised Iasthreek and taken oat on th? Enterprise Docks and will be re-built A Change in Buiineu. Having sold my undertaking business at Mason, W. Ve? 1 wieb to thank all my oaatomera for their past patroange, and I will be lo oated hereafter with Stanabary & Utansbury, of Middleport, O. I will be pleased to have all my friends oall on me at the above plaoe, or at my reaidenoe at Maeon. We are so aitnated to aave yon money on anything in the under taking line, and oar turnouts are the best in this locality. Have in my reaidenoe at Mason both Bell and Longdate phones. Galls ans wered promptly day or night. Bespeotfully, jane 13 4 w. W, H. Foglesong. Mr. Boas Filaon aold hia driving horse to Nelaonville, Ohio, parties, iaat Saturday, for a good prioe. RED SEAL ROOFING PAPER Best on Earth. a Ply per square... .65c 3 Ply per square.... 90c Caps and Nails included. Coal Tar on hand. FlisonBros: ( i -frrb Just a Minute, Please. (I ( 1 Special 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk?$1.00 rh value, $125. Ladies' Lace Hose, White and Black, (jj) New Designs, 25 and 50 cents. Fine Line Sheer White Goods, 15c up Some especially good Fabrics for ) Shadow Enbroidery. (i ( ) o o 0 C. B. HANSON PARK SQUABE. Gallipolis, Ohio. CO. ! L. A 0 II ALL BOY'S SHOES Shoes for lads lazy?lads tough?little dainty fellows ?little fellows not dainty? and big boys of every calibre; Shoes in fact for every MASON COUNTY BOY. Boyish boys don't always want boy shoeK neither do the manly' fellows, and its for these fellows we find we have an extensive assortment of stylish manish footwear dazzling as the boy's dreams and good as the makers make them. LEATHERS like in PA'S Shoes?CALF and Calf Patent and Plain.- KID, - too, in a host of dandy high shoes and oxfords. Cfccfords ^ better now, best in fact, for style and comfort, and oiift are the best of the good. Re member, for all the boys, dainty or rough?a fit?a style? a right price FRANKLIN'S SHOE STORE. Strictly One Price. Point Pleasant, W. Va.