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The Weekly Register
published Brttr Wodawdmr Mmlac by F. B. TIPPETT, Kdltor and Publisher. POINT PLEASANT, Mason County, West Virginia. JULY 4, 1906 Personal Mention. Mr. W. A. Williams, of Titns ville, Pa , was bore Sunday. Mrs. L. 0. Riddle returned Sat urday from a visit at Delaware, O Miss Anna Van Gilder, of Chesh ire, is the gaest of Miss Gertrude Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Porter, of Hogsett, were visiting in this oity Saturday. Mrs. Fields, of Charleston, is in the oity, the guest of her mother, Mrs. J L. Batter, Mr. J. D Campbell, of Ben Lo mond, was a pleasant visitor in oar sanotam, Monday. Miss Ejtelle Bjyoeis home from a two weeks' visit to relatives and friends at Middleport. Mr. Frank Hess, who has been visiting his parents here, returned to Huntington Sunday. Mr. Carlisle Wbaley of Newport News. Va., arrived home Monday on a visit to his family. Mr. Elmer L. Stone, of Bipley, one of Jaokson county's prominent lawyers, was here Friday. Mr. F. Pesohau, representing the Keage & Pike Paper Co., Dayton, Ohio, was here Saturday. Messrs. James L. Lanier, and E W. Johnson, of ArUe, were in town Saturday on business Mrs. Kate Windoa returned home Monday from a visit in Col ambus and D. laware, Obio Mrs. Ernest Franklin, of Wheel ing, is here on a visit to her par ents, Mr and Mrs. David Prioe. Mr. W. C. Jordan and wife re turned home Friday night from quite an extensive wedding tour. Mrs. C Sehon and daughter, Miss Annie, of Huntington, arriv ed here Saturday to visit relatives. Mr. J. M. Butler, of Gallipolis, is here spending tne summer with his daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. L. Butler Hon. B J. Redmond, of Mason, representing the Southern States Insurance Association, was in town last week. Rev. Will Craig, of Boston, is here visiting kis parents. He preaohed at Trinity ohnroh Sun day night JULY CELEBRATION SALE AT THE Deardorff AND Poore Co. This will be one of the Greatest SALES Ever Inaugurated IN GALLIPOLIS. The People of Point Pleasant and Mason Co., in particular, know our firm, and know that we treat our Patrons Bight. Hie Mom x Poore Go. Gallipolis, O. I - " ' ' Mr. Arthur Goodwin Btid bfothef ?pent last Sunday at Gallipolls, Mr. Homer Varian returned from Huntington, Sunday, to spend several days. Mrs. Jas. Downey, of Pomeroy, was the gaeet of Mrs. Will Hay man, her sister, a few days last week. Mr. H. T. Calhoun, formerly of Leon, later of Danloop, is now traveling for a Portsmouth shoe bonse. Mrs. Bert Pope and ohildren, of Middleport, are visiting their pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Malone, this oity. Misa Joe Bnraside left for Char leston, Thursday afternoon, where she has aooepted a position as sten ographer. Misa Alice Hall, visiting Mr. D S. Snyder and family for the past two weeks, left last Saturday for Clarksburg. Mr. Ed Murphy and wife, of Middleport, spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. Eerwood. The Misses MoEnight, of Mem phis, Tenn,, arrived here for a three weeks' visit to their aunt, Mrs. Will Hayman Mr. J. D. Adams, of Buffalo, was a business visitor to our town Monday, and gave this offioe a pleasant oall. Mr. and Mrs. Olardy Spenoer, of Henderson, left Saturday for Char leston, where Mr. Spenoer has ao oepted a position. Mrs. F. A. Guthrie and Mrs. Kate Ellison, spent Sunday in Huntington, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. V. Guthrie. Capt. J. F. Morgan, of Ironton, is at the Spenoer. He has a boat undergoing repairs on the Kana wha Dooks at this plaoe. Hon. D. 0. Gallaher, a member of the Board of Regents of the W. Va. University, Charleston, was in the oity Saturday. Miss Elizabeth Kenny, visiting at Parkereburg for two weeks, re turned home Sunday, aooompanied by her grandmother, &rs. Singleton Mr. Orvilla Lemaster, who lives near town, and who has for years been a sufferer and oripple from rheumatism, was in the oity Satur day. Mr Bnd Mrs. Eliline Clark, Mrs. Tom Halfhill and Mrs. M. Flor ence, of Parkereburg, spent San day with Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, this oity. Mrs. L. Shiflet and daughters, Misses Etta and Maud, left last Monday for All Healing Springs, Va , and will be absent for some four weeks. Dr. and Mrs. S B. Alderson, of Portsmouth, O., returned home Saturday after spending the week at Maggie, with their son, Mr. Por ter Aldersan and wife. Mr. Geo. S Couob, Jr. a mem ber of the law firm of Brown, Jaokson & Enight, was here look ing after sc me of his horses being trained by R. P. Liter. Mr B. F. Biggs, of Pomeroy, well known in Mason as well as Meigs oounty, Ohio, was here last Monday shaking hands with old friends, making new ones. Mrs. Henry Holloway, of Cincin nati, and sister. Miss Johnson, of Ironton, Ohio, after a two days visit with Mrs. P. G Holloway, re turned on the Taooma Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Heiner left Friday on a visit to Parkereburg, Pittsburg and Washington 0. H., O. Before returning they may visit Riohmond Washington, and other oities in the East. Miss Etta Myers, of Cincinnati, and Mr William E. Beare and sister, of Conoord, Ky., and Mr. William Cropper, of Bellvien, Ky., spent Sunday here with Mr. J. L Coley and family. Mrs. C. M. Varian and son, Clyde, went down to Huntington, Wednesday, to attend the Com mencement of the Huntington Business College, of which Homer A. Varian is a graduate. Mrs. Barth is expecting a visit this week from her sister, Miss Myra Robinson, of Atlanta, Ga. Miss Robinson hopes to enjoy a muoh needed rest after ten months of bard work as prlnoipal of the Exposition Mills Sohool in At lanta. Mr. R. P. Hughes, a genial and olever gentleman representing the Amerioan Car & Foundry Co, here having business with the W. Va Malleable Iron Works, leaves next Friday for Ohioago Mr HugheB who makes friends easily, will be missed at the Spenoer. Mrs. Jas. Burnet, the daughter of Mr. S. F. Dana, aooompanied by two ohildren and Mr. and Mrs Os born, all of Cincinnati, came np on the Sir. R. P. Gilham last Wednes day evening and laid over here until Thursday, taking the morn ing train to Charleston to visit J. E. Dana and family. Mitt Belllah Petty, daughter at Bev. A. D. Perry, ie quite sick. Hon Cam Thompson, of Hant. ington, is the guest of Peter 8. Lewis and family, today. Mr. W. P. Klinginsmitb, of Le tart, was in the oity Monday on bosiness. Miea'Asohba Siders, of Gallipo lis, Ohio, is here the guest of Miss Bessie Garry. Mr. Warren Hoddleson and daughter, of Middleport, are here for a few days visit to friends. Master Alva Boggess, little son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. .Boggess, is quite ill at his home, on 10th street. Miss Lnla Singleton, of Parkers bnrg, spent the day here Sunday with her sister, Mrs. William Kenny. Messrs John Paul Moriarty and Frank Gibbs, attending sohool at Morgantown, arrived home Mon day evening. Mr. William Chambers, wife and ohildren, of Raymond Oity, are here visiting his parents, Mr. Wil liam Chambers and family. Mrs. Rose Oonley and daughter, Miss Virginia, of Parkersburg, are the guests of Mrs Oonley's sister, Mrs. D. 8 Snyder, this oity. Mr. W. R Woods, postmaster at Pond Liok, and Mr. Pearl Woods were pleasant visitors to thisjoffioe yesterday, financially and other wise. ' ' Mr. John O'Neil, of Wheeling, here visiting his wife who is visit ing her parents, Captain and Mrs. W. D. Holmes returned home Monday, Rev. J. H. Gibbons and family are home from a months' visit in Washington, They will ooonpy the John G. Stortz residence, oor ner 8th Bnd Main streets, until the reotory is oompleted. Mr. Fred Beulioh and son-in law Mr. Cliff Armstrong, wife and children, of Newark, Ohio, are here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs George Heokman. Mr. Beulioh is Mrs. Heokman's father. Mr, William Singleton and wife, Fred Singleton and little daughter, Mr. George Singleton, wife and ohildren, all of Charles ton, spent the day here Sunday the guests of their sister, Mrs. William Kenny Mr. Wm. Blain, of Fay, was a pleasant visitor to this office yee terday and had the figures on hiB subscription raised, Mr. Blain owns valuable land in Missouri, whioh he recently pnrohased, and says it has greatly increased in val ue in the past few months. He will shortly pay his new property a visit. Mr. Morris Lane, of Springfield, Ohio, father of Mr. John Lane, of this oity, a pattern maker at the Mfclleable Iron Works, was here Friday and Saturday, leaving for his home on Sunday. This is Mr. Lane's first visit to West Virginia, and we learn that he left with a good impression of our little Mountain State. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. MoKinstry, arrived home from their extended auto bridal trip last Sunday, hav ing visited through Ohio, Miohi gan and Canada. Miss Mildred Franois, of Athene, and Mr Fred Riley of this oity accompanied them on-their trip and baok as far as Athens, where they visited friends for a few days. Mr. Riley returned home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. MoKinstry were ac companied home by Mies Meroy and Dr. Brown, of Albany, O. Hon J. Frank Tilley, Secretary of the Pittsburg Coal Exchange at Pittsburg will arrive here Thurs day on the eteamer Kanawha, with his family, on their way to Cincin nati, and will probably stop over here a few hours awaiting the Str. Henry M. Stanley, as the guests of Oapt. E. A. Burnside. Mr. Tilley did valiant servioe for Point Pleas ant in her fight for the Inspection office and our looal Commeroe Com mittee with a number of others prominent in river oiroles, will meet Mr. Tilley at the wharf. O. E. Gwinn, wife and ohildren are visiting Judge John L. Whit ten and family this week. They came from Washington C. H., O., in their new fifty.horse power, ($3500) automobile, stopping at Huntington and Glenwood to visit relatives. They report a most suc cessful trip until reaohing the Ohio ferry at Point Pleasant, when in attempting to run the oar on the flat the rear wheels sunk ia the mud striking the balanoe wheel and badly damaging the maohine, whioh had to be taken to the Point Pleasant Machine ehop for repairs; but it has been out on our streets this week and iB a beauty, being the finest otto ever seen in this boo tion. Mrs. P. T. Wall gave Mrs. Glen denin's visitors a launch ride to Point Pleasant Tuesday night and a fine lunoh was esrved on the boat.1 All had a nice time ? Gatlipolie | Tribune. J THE SOCIAL EVENTS Of a Week?A Tale of the En tertainers and the Enter tained. Miss Kate Stribling vary pleas antly entertained at eaohre, last Wednesday evening, the following: Meedamee E. E Heiner, E. E. Thomas, J. S Spenoer, Edith H uston. Misses Reba Beale, Veva Haptonstall, Velma Kisar, Helen and Josephine Howard. Miss Veva HaptonBtall was bos teas Friday evening at a delightful little card party. The game was progressive eaohre. Mrs. Edith Haston won the first prize, and Miss Velma Kisar oaptnred the consolation on a oat with Miss Gertrude Howard. Those present were: Mrs J. S. Spencer, Mrs E E. Thomas, Mrs. Edith Haston, Misses Kate Stribling, Velma Kisar, Beba Beale, Josephine, Helen and Gertrude Howard. In the language of the "smart set" Mrs. Alioe Roosevelt-Long worth is now "finished." and we' publish the following, which shows just how it is to be done in the presenoe of Boyalty: ' PRINCESS" ALICE FINISHED London, Jane 30.?Mr. and Mrs. Longworth were formally present ed at oourt last night. While Mrs. Longworth met the King at din ner with the Beids at Dorchester House, the other night, the meeting was informal, being diplomatically upon Amerioau soil, and Queen Alexandria was not present, Mrs. Longworth was presented to the the queen formally by Mrs Beid. As she was presented the kiDg paid an unusual honor to her by speaking a few words smilingly, Qaeen Alexandria graoiously followed the king's example. She spoke to Mrs. Longworth at length and the prooession of splendidly gowned and nervous debutantes, clasping a bouquet in one hand and a long oumbersome court train in the other, was held op while tbeir majesties chatted with the president's daughter. The latter was radiant and thor oughly self possessed. She made her oourtesy to their majesties,drop, ping neither her bouquet nor her train Undonbtedly she had thor oughly rehearsed the courtesy, for she bent her knee and bowed her head as aoourately as the veteran Daohess of Buccleuob, the mistress of the robes, who has been attend ing oourts for 40 years Mrs. Longworth was oalmer than than her husband, who was rather n r vous in his first court costume, consisting of a braided coat, satin knae breeches, silk stookings and buokled shoes. After the presentations, King Edward and Queen Alexandria passed to the supper room and im mediately sent for Mr. and Mrs. Longworth to join them. There will be a service of song at Christ Churoh Sunday night, 8 o'olock From now until further notioe the Sunday night services will be song services without ser> mon. There will be servioe Saturday night and Sunday mornidg at Bruoe Chapel Come and worship with us. About the best looking party of exoursionists that has struok this town was the one on the steamer Henry M, Stanley, last Monday and Tuesday, They were in town several hours visiting points cf his toric interest. Lost.?A steel ring with two keys. Oae a oommon door brass key, the other a night-latoh key. Finder please return them to this offioe and receive reward. Souvenir postal oards, beautiful line, great variety natural photo-' graphs, at Van Gilder's, M* Will Bfyaa, proprietof of Phoenix Hotel, waa the first gar dener to bring home grown roast ing ears to this market, raised on hia farm at Kanauga, Ohio, this aeaaon. He also marketed forty dozen at Gallipolis, last|Friday. The oement walks now being laid in the Oonrt Honse yard nnder the direotion of Mr. O. F. Hess, is qnite an elegant pieoe of work, ana when the Cornstalk monument, whioh is to be in the oenter is placed in position, will add mncb to the beanty of the square. P. B Buxton has reoently ac cepted the management of the Equity Mill, of Point Pleasant, and will move his family from Le on to that place within the next few days. He has a good position and the position has a good man ?Winfield Irrepressible. Sad Death. Last Monday, the son of John Furgate, about 13 years old, while leading a cow with a rope, by some means became entangled in the rope, and the oow ran down a hill dragging him three 01 fonr hun dred yards, fraotnring his sknll in three or fonr plaoes, before he come loose. The boy lived bat a few minutes, Mr. Forgate lives near Baden, this oounty. Muoh oomplaint is being made by residents juBt north of the oity in regard to young men going in bathing at all hours of the day and exposing their person The pro per authorities should pat a stop to this vulgar proceeding Senator J. N. Camden's person al property list for taxation this year is $350,000; Senator Davis is a olose seoond with $340,000, and Eikins with $280,000. The Teaohers Institue will be held here in August, oonduoted by W. M. Foulk, Charles Albert and County Superintendent O. A. Green. Mr Jake Bearman has moved hiB clothing Btore to the John L. Charles building, next to J. F. Bnrdett & Co. Mr. Henry Holloway, son of Captain P. G. Holloway, is still oonfined to his room with rheuma tism. Born?To Mr and Mrs. A Heise, at London, Ohio, June 16, 1906, a fine baby boy. Born, Wednesday, Jane 27, '06, a daughter, to Oonduotor and Mrs. W. B. Allen, grandaughter to Mr. and Mrs. A. H MoBrier, Middle port, and MrB. W. J. Allen, this oity. Fob Sale?Two-seat surrey, for sale oheap. Inquire of Captain C. H. Varian, this oity. For Sale?One25 Horse Power Saw Mill, Cut-off Saw and Edger, all is as good as new; will sell oheap and make easy terms. Will furnish one million feet of Bawing. For further information, oall on or write F. E. Roberts, 1 w Deep Water, W. Va. - I An Invitation. A oordial invitation is hereby extended to everyone in Mason oounty interested in Sabbath Sohool work to attend a series of addresses to be delivered in the Presbpterian Churoh, of Point Pleasant, by Rev. M. B. Porter, of Louisville, Ry, Mr. Porter has given speoial study to this impor tant feature ot the ohnroh's work, and dearly loveB it. The first ad deess will be Thursday evening of this week, July 5, at 8 o'olook. Cordially, Carl Barth, Pastor. To Our Patron*. During our absence from the city for a month, we leave in charge of our office, that first-class newspaper man, Mr. W. C. Whalev- Any busi ness connected viththe office can be transacted through him. Respectfully, F. B. TIPPETT, Editor and Publisher. GLASS We carry a large stock of window glass in sizes from 8x10 to 48x62. Also a complete line of fancy Colored, Fros ted, Chipped and Pictnre Glass. We cut any odd size you may want and charge you nothing extra for the cutting. Let us quote you prices. TIE C. D. EM HE CO.. Cor. Court and 3rd Av0. Qallipolis, Ohio. Here's an NAIL IT. This is July, and the Big Rash is over. We have time now to breathe and look around, and we see many summer suits and trousers that we had better sell at low piiees rather than carry over. Some are the best we ever had?few of a sort left; that shows what the people think of them. The prices on all summer suits are so small that the garments wont be .here long?the cut prices will move them out quickly To GET YOUR SHARE you must act quickly. Watch our show window for displsy of these goods. These goods will be sold at the prices at which they are marked. No deviation: One Price to All. 1 J. Friedman & uo, Card of Thanks. We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness to as daring the illness and death of oar wife aad mother. Mb. H. 0. Bishop and family. The present weather is very fa vorable to the oorn orop and vegeta tion in general. July Fourth Excursion Bate* on the K & X. By. Reduced rate exoursion tiokets will be sold July 3rd and 4th, good returning antil Jaly 5th, between all stations in W Va. and between Ohio and W. Va. stations. Wire people will be very oau tious in eating daring this hot weather. A Change in Business. Having sold my undertaking business at Mason, W. Vb? 1 wish to thank all my oastomers for their past patroange, and I will be lo cated hereafter with Stansbary & Stansbury, of Middleport, O. I will be pleased to have all my friends oall on me at the aboYe place, or at my reeidenoe at Mason. W e are so situated to save yoa money on anything in the under taking line, and our turnouts are the best in this locality. Have in my residence at Mason both Bel> and Longdate phones, Oalls ans wered promptly day or night. Respectfully, june 13 4 w. W. H. Foglebong. Lost?Honnd; male; was last seen at Samuel Roush's. Very large, white and blaok spotted, with tan ears. Notify H. S. Wolf, Point Pleasant, W. Va. Does evil still, your wbcle life fill? Does woe betide? Tour thoughts abide on suicide? You need a pill! Now for prose and faots?DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the must pleasant and reliable pills known today They never gripe Sold by all dealers Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children. Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse lu the Children's Home Id New York, Cure h ev erishness, bad Stomach, Lee thing Disorders, move and regulate the Bowels aud Destroy Worms. Over 30.000 testimonials. They never fail. At all druggists 25c. Sample p BEE. Address, Allen 8. Olmsted Le Roy, N. Y. Jane Yi4w TTTANTED?Manager for New Branch of ? our business here in Point Pleasant. Write promptly, with references, The Mor ris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. "Clover Blossom" Brand Spices are absolutely pure. The kind you want and should use. Ask for them at your grocers. He has them if he buys his goods of us. If you want perfection in canned meats, try LIBBl'8 "PEEBLtaW CU1P PED BEEF OK BREAK FAST BACON. Put up under perfect sanitary conditions. Point Pleasant Grocery Co., Point Pleasant, W. Va. HatoMnson hBS the moat oom plete line of buggies, runabouts, Barries, express and farm wagons ever brongbt to tbia oonnty, at Pomeroy, opp laite Oonrt House Prices, style and quality baa never been equalled. If yon are in tbe market for anything in tbia line, oome in. We will suit you and save yon money. It ia a pleasure to abow our atcok, whether yon bay or not. Yoa can tell yoar neighbor; oar oaetomers are tbe best ageots we have. J. W. Hutchinson, Pomeroy, Ohio r Great Reduction in Wall Paper. For the next 10 days, I will sell all of my wbII papers regardless of ooat, for oaah only. Oall and see my line, or phone No. 35 Elheb O. Craig. RED SEAL ROOFING PAPER Best on Earth. f 1 Ply per square... .65c 3 Ply per square.... 90c Caps and Nails included. Coal Tar on hand. Filson Bros/ r ( 1 ( & 0 Just a Minute, Please. It) If) I ) ) Special 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk?81.00 ( ) ^ j value, 81 25. r j ^ Ladies' Lace Hose, WJiite and Black, j New Designs, 26 and 50 cents. | Fine Line Sheer White Goods, 15c up Some especially good Fabrics for ) Shadow Ehbroidery. THE ) C. B. HANSON CO. E'AKK SQUARE. Gallipolis, Ohio. L. 0 0 I) A TOUGH PROPOSITION Yes it's a mighty tough proposition to beat a pair of Franklin's Work Shoes Made in a union factory and of the best material; these shoes will stand the rough wear of mill or shops. We save you the middle man's profit through large purchas es direct from factory Prices?81.50, $1.75. $2.00, $2.50. Better let us show you, they are up to the minute. Come to the right store first?That's us FRANKLIN'S SHOE STORE. Strictly One Price. Point Pleasant, W. Va.