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PafclUhr* Every We4an4v Maniac ky F. B. TIPPETT, K(11 tor ana Publisher. POINT PLEASANT, Mason County, West Virginia. SEPTEMBER 12 1906. Personal Mention. Mr. Chae. Ne*le, of Q linoy, tpent Sunday here. Mr A. L Sehon, of Hertford, was in town Thursday. Mr C. R M lOullooh his return ed from MaokinhC Island. Mr. Wtn Jordan, of South Sidp, was in the oi-y last Friday. Mr Obailea Home, of Louis Title, was here a few days last week. Mr. Elmer L. Stone, of Ripley, was here on legal business Friday Mr. C. T. MoCatoheor., of Wash ington, D C., is in town on busi ness. Mr Jamea Brown, of Meroer's Bottom, was here a few days last week. Oapt John K. Thompson, of Rtjirond City, was here the first of the week, Mr E B Thomas and Dr E. McElfresh were business visitors in Huntington last week Mre. J L. Bntler returned home y >sterday from a two weeks visit to her daughter, Mrs John Fields, of Charleston. Mr Girard Bolloway has return ed to Huntington, after a few days visit to his mother, Mrs. R inkin Wiley. Heavy Reductions All Along The Line. One lot 19 inch all silk Taffeta equal in quality to any 75c. goods on the mar ket, our September price 59cts per yard. Twenty- i live shades to select from. Think of it.' A 36 inch all silk Feau de Soie, the equal of which we have never shown un der $1 35 a yd , our Sep tember price on'y 98cts Think of it! Our line of yard wide Black Taffetas at $1:00 and $1.25 is not equalled in many places. Fall Dress Materials The Cream of the World's Wool Fabrics. Almost every color and weave is shown in our store. Our stocks are ex ceptionally large and well assorted this Fall, and while most houses are talk ing Higher Prices, we arc not. Think of it! There have been some changes in price, but the majority range Lower in stead of Higher. New Millinery The first shining of Fall Hats is now in view. Remember that if you want to see the Latest and Best in women's wear, you must call on. The dim X Poore Go. Gallipolis, O. Agents for THE LADIE'S HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS. Mr. J. Friedman ia it? Stftttben ville, on buaineaa. Mr. D. R Lewia, of Greer, waa ia town yeaterday. Mr. J. Shivley, of Apple Grove, wan in town Monday and Tues day. Mr Ira Holmea waa here Snn day from Obarleeton to viait bia parenta. Missea Maude and Velma Kiaar and Janet MoCnllooh will return today from Oinoinnati. Miss Ora Carpenter returned Saturday evening from a viait to her aiater at Clarkaburg Mr. A J. Bennett, near town, oalled at this office Saturday and renewed bia subscription. Mrs Blanche Harper, of Ray mod City, ia here visiting her mother, Mrs. A. R. Birbee. Miss Era. Mitchell'left Monday for Athena, Ohio, wbeie she will enter the Ohio University. Mr. H. B. Asbury and family, of Wellston, Ohio, were bere Sunday visiting, Mrs. F. M. Smith. Mr. Carl Brnestle left Sunday on a weeks visit to his aister, Mra. Lillie Hughes, in Columbua. Mr. Fred Hysell, of Parkeraburg. was here Monday evening the gueat of Mr. Eaoe Varian and family. Mr. Rudolph Whitten left Mon day for Lebanon, Ohio, to take a business oouree for four monthe Mrs. E E Biokle, of Parkers burg, was here Monday and Tues day visiting friends and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Zumbro re turned Monday evening from a visit to relatives at Chester Hill, Ohio. Mrs. W. W. Bryan and Mra Jahn Flannigan returned yester day from a visit to relativea at Weston. M^enrs J ihn Fowler and John R Eiwards, of nenr West Colom bia, were pleasant oallers at our office latt we >k Mr. F. H. Rhea, 'of Salmon, Mingo county, was ia town last Friday. He is visiting bis family it Apple Grove Mrs William Steinbaob left Saturday for Cincinnati to visit her sister, Mrs Hill, and to attend the Fall Festival. Mrs A. L. Nourse, Misses Josephine and Helen Howard were visiting friends in Hunting on last Thursday. Mr. Dwight O'Roark of Cannel City, Ky , here for the past few diys visiting Mr D S Snyder and wife, will leave today. City Clerk, Hon W. C Whaley and wife, returned Thuraday even ing from a short visit to relatives and friends in Huntington. Mies Musa Kiger, of Hunting ton, spent Saturday night and Sunday bere with ber parenta, Mr. md Mra. Robert Kiger. Miss Kate Eistbam, here visi ting her unole, Hon P. C Eaath am and family, returned last Thurs day to her home in Cbioago Mrs. Jaoob Soheivley and son Wendel, bere visiting relatives, re turned to Huntington, accompa nied by her neioe, Miss Kate Gibbs Mr. George Rawson, formerly of this plaoe, now of Pittsburg, re turned home Sunday after a few days visit here with relativea and friendB. Messrs. Wm. Kimberling, of Capehart, G. W. Baker, of Water loo, and C. W White, of Debby, were pleasant oallers at this cffioe last Wednesday. Mr. H. G. Nease, wife and daugh ter, Miss Nannie, Meaara. George G Somerville and Alex B. MoCnl looh returned Mcnday evening from Cincinnati. Messrs. P. L Clifton, C. J. Koehler, Charles Ebersbaoh, John W. Sohlaegel and A. N. Lee, of Pomeroy and Thomas Middleton, of Middleport, were buaineaa visi tors in our city two daya laat weak. Mr, J. Misner Bailey, formerly of this plaoe, now in the employ of the Fort Wayne R. R. Co, at Allegheny, Pa., who has been bere viaiting bia mother for a few daya, returned to bia employnent Mon day morning. Mrs Sherman Shibler and three daugbtera, of Charleaton, who have baen visiting her aiater in Pitta burg, Mra Bliea, stopped bere on ber return home to visit ber grand mother, Mra Misner. Mr. P. G. Holloway and eon, Mr Henry Holloway, who have been at Mt Clemens, Mioh , for the paat six weeks returned home Thursday. Mr. Holloway went there on ao oouut of rheumatism and bia oon ditiona were very muob benefitted by the treatment he r?oeived there Messrs. John Ramiler, of East B-ink, I. A. Rogers, of Ohelyans, J. R. Belober, of Ronda, J. P. Braoe, of Muoklen, J. L. Noff singer, of Red House, A. L. Rymer and Hon. W. G. Barn he rt, of Win fiold passed tbrongb here on their return from Hartford K of P. Con vention. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND ? FORMAL OPENING | or? ?. 0. SISLER A GO'S ** NEW UP-TO-THE-MINUTE g | SUITS AND ? MILLINERY HOUSE, I Thursday Afternoon and Evening, | September 20th, From 3 to 9, MXJSIC AND SOUVENIRS. I E. FJ- Sisler &? Co., POINT PbEASANT, W. VA. Mr Ed R Greer, of Ripley, is town Mr L D Miller is home from Pittsburg Dr O O Hogg, of Huntington, was here last night Editor Frank Carel, of the St Albans Herald, wbb here last night Little Mies Nora Wallaoe who has been quite ill with fever is mnoh improved. Miss Nettie Holloway returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Mrs John MoGraw and ohildren, of Middleport. are here visiting her p irente, Mr A H Cable and wife Mr A W Byers, of Meadsville, arrived here Monday on a weeks visit to Mr John MoOullooh and family Mies Flcrenoe Miller, of New Haven, ia here spending the week with her cousin, Mies Lorena Mc Guffin. Mr. M. O. Burnside returned Friday from Cincinnati where he attended the Fall Festival and visited .friends. Mr and Mrs John MoOullooh returned Tuesday from a few days visit to Mr and Mrs P S Couob, at South Side Mr. J. L. Pannell, of Columbus, is here visiting his wife who iB here visiting her father, Hon. Rankin Wiley. Mies Nannie Euders, here visit ing her unole, Captain W. H. How ard and family, left Saturday for her home at Cincinnati. Mrs J S Spenoer, Misses Kate Stribling, Veva Haptonstall and Reba Beale returned yesterday from the Springs in Kentuoky. Messrs John C Waters and A B McCulloch, were in Cincinnati last week buying gcods for their new store Mr Waters is now in New York pnrohasing stook Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Thomas have returned from Kanauga where they were keeping house for Mrs. Thomas' mother, Mrs. d. A. Woods, who bad been visiting her bus band Capt. Woods Bt CatlettBburg Master Bryan Greenlee attend ing the Deaf and Dumb Sohool at Romney, and has been home 011 his VAoation will leave today for the sohool. Bryan ifl learning fast and it is remarkable how well he can read and write. Mr. William Beale who has been here with his parents for a few weeks recovering from a severe siok spell left Saturday for his home at Newark, N. J. having about fully recovered. His wife and baby who have been here also will join him in a few days. Mr. Eli Fadley, of Patriok, was Tuesday and Monday visiting bis son, Dr. J N Fadley, wife and hiB danghter, Mrs. Gertrude Settles, of Springfield, 111. Mrs. J. M. Fadley returned home Saturday from Columbus accompanied by Mrs. Settles. Mr. E. B Sisler and wife, arriv ed here Friday from Baberton, Ohio, to make this city their future home and are now looated at The Spenoer. Mr. Sisler is the pro prietor of the fine new dry goods store whioh will be opened in the large store room opened in The Spenoer Hotel building in a few days. Rev. W. H. Shaw and wife, left yesterday on an extended visit lo their sons, Rev. Chas. Shaw and family, at Hanoook, Md., and Rev. George Shaw and family, at Oak land, Md. Mr. Shaw Bnd wife will stop in Parkersburg to ke present at the marriage of Senator M. R. Lowther's daughter to Mr. Thomas Ellis, of Raoine, Ohio, whioh will take plaoe today. Mrs. Wm. Vaugbt, of KmawhB, will Brrive soon to be the guest of Mrs Jobu MoOoaob, of Sixth Avenue.?Haatingtoa Advertiser, Sept. 8 Mrs. Howard Guthrie and Miss Aiina Hill are spending the week with the Hawkins family at Mag gie, W Va.?Gallipolis Journal Sept. 6th. Misses Bessie and Edith Rose, Mercers Bottom, who have been attending the State Fair, refarned home Sunday.?Gallipolis fribune Sept. 10 Miss Josie Byrd has aooepted a position in the postoffioe. Mr. C E Peoples, of Pomeroy. a yrung attorney at law, has lo-" oated here and ha? his office with Hon. Rankin Wiley. Yonr attention is called to an in vitalion extended by E B Sisler & Co., to attend their opening Sept. 20th, of their new dry goods, suits and millinery store. You want to wait and attend the opening of one of the largest and best dry goods house and millinery stores in the Ohio or Kanawha Valleys, that of E. B. Sisler & Oo , Sspt. 20th. Mr. P. M. Gabbert has a fig tree in his yard whioh bore figs and they fully ripened, Mrs. Gab 'bert having preserved some of them. The New York Journal, the best Sunday piper published delivered to you every Sunday; subscribe for it and yon will never regret it. If you enjoy amusing your family, don't miss the fnnny sheet in the Sunday Journal. Leave your or ders with Douglass Ellison, The Spenoer. Everybody is oordially invited to be present at the formal open ing of E. B. Sisler & Go's., big and up-to date new dry goods, suits and millinery heuse, whioh will take plaoe Thursday afternoon, from 3 to 9 o'olook. in their fine store rooms in the Spenoer hotel building, Point Pleasant. There will be musio and a souvenier for every one. Remember the date. Argie, the sixteen-months old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bnsb, of Heights, died last night about 12 o'olook. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 0. Grasty, of Staunton, Va., a son, Friday morning, Sept. 7, 1906 Mrs. Grasty was formerly Miss Eittie Tippett, of this oity. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramsbottom, on Ohio street, Sept, 10tb, 1906, a son 1*0GSAMME For the Annual Convention of the Mason Connty Sunday School Asso ciation to be held at Pleasant Flats . Presbyterian Church, near Maggie, w- v*., Monday and Tuesday, Sep tember 17th and 18th, 1906. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1906. MORNING SESSION. 11:00 Preliminary services; devotional theme; expressions of gratitude; ,. ? ? led by Rev. W. w. Frye 10:30 Ho* to create a missionary spirit in the school Mrs. J. M. Boland 11:00 The Sunday School: What It Is, and what It Is not Rev. Carl Barth 11:S0 Enrollment of delegates. 12:00 Recess for basket dinner. AFTERNOON SESSION. 2:00 Devotional exercises led by Rev Raker 2:00 The Sunday School Stronghold (The Word of God) Dr. J M. Boland 2:45 Appointment of Committees and assignment of delegates. J4:00 A lesson studied, Mr. W. C. Sharer, State Secretary. NIGHT SESSION. ? 8KB Devotional exercires, led by _ ,? Rev. H. J. Matheny Illustrated song service Mr. 8hafer 8:30 Trip Through Holy Land. Illustrated Steroptlcan Lecture Mr. Sb&fer Free Will Offering. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1U06. , HORNING SESSION. ?J:30 Devotional exercises, conducted by . ?'?-?v-w. Mr. Wm. Vangbt #:? Through the Eye-gate to the City or the Soul; Miss Martha Graham, State Primary Sup'L 10:15 Round Table Gonreience, led by 11:00 What S. S. teachers can do lor their pupils outside teaching the class, .. ? ' Rev. Curtis Robinson 11:30 Watchward for 1906: "Follow Me," _ Mr. Shafer 12:00 Recess for basket dinner. AFTERNOON SESSION. 2:00 Reports or Committees and election of officers. 2^0 The teacher and the pupil, Miss Grahsm 8:00 Address: A new love for the Old Book, Mr. Shafer 3:30 Adjournment. INFORMATION. 1. The work Is Inter-denomtnatloiial, and every Sunday School In the county ought to be represented by Its Pastor. Superin tendent and two teachers. 2. Upon the courtesy of the different Sun dsy School superlntecderts will depend the rullness or this year's report rrom Mason County. 3. Voluntary offerings derray the expenses of the work. No assessments are made. A contribution of a penny lor each mem-1 ber of the various Sunday Schools is I asked. f 4. Pleasant Flats Presbyterian Church is I about two miles from Maggie Station. I W. Va. 5. Delegates desiring entertainment for Monday night, Sept. 17th, will please to send their names to the Secretary not I later than Sept. 6th. Respectrully, CARL BARTH, Sec'y, Point Pleasant. W. Va. | WIU Open September 20. The fixtures for Mr. E B. Sielerl & Oo'a. dry goods, millinery and [ ready-to-wear suits and oloaks store have arrived and are being put in the store room. Their goods I ire also arriving daily and they ( will be ready for business Thurs day, Sept. 20th. TUey will have [ one of the fiueBt stores between Pittsburg and Oinoinnati. They will have striotly an up to-date store and will handle everything in the dry goods line, millinery, by expert trimmers; ladies ready made suits and oloaks, and will also have in oonneotion with their stores ladies dress making department I whioh will be managed by expert I lady tailors and dress makers. The [ house just in the rear of the store room is being fitted up for the dress making department. Messrs. Sis ler & Oo's. store will be one thatl our people will be proud of, and f justly so as it will b&^a 'store that every one oan point too with pride. Mr. Sislers & Oo's stook is all new | and truly up-to date. Mr. John F Lewis has rented Hon O E. Hogg's house on 13th and Viand Streets and has moved into it. Moved. I have moved my dental office from the Barbee building to the Mutual Reality Oo. building above The Spenoer Hotel building, and oooupying the two npper .front rooms. Will be pleased to reoeive my friends F. V. Botchee, Dentist. 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 Picture Glass. We cut any odd size you may want and charge you nothing extra for the cutting. Let us quote you prices. THIC. D. KM DIE CO., Cor. Court and 3rd Ave. Ghallipolis, Ohio. Do they give you satisfaction? Have they the proper style and how about the price? Do you pay too much. for t-iem? We are? showing for Fall and Winter () one of the handsomest line of Grey, Blue (1 Black Worsted Suits ever before shown at (|) the price. 3 ? ( j We are showing a fine line of staple ' ' and fancy mixtures, stylishly cut, finely ) tailored and perfect fitting. ) This is clothing with the cut of the ( ) very highest priced tailors, graceful curves () snaps and character equal to much I I er priced goods. I to $10,00, $12.00, 13,50, 15.00, 16.50, 18.00. $ OUR MOTTO IS DURABILITY, SATISFAC- ( lit) TION AND ONE PRICE. ( ) ( J. Friedman & Co. i i ill) Mr. J. O. Maddy sold last Satur day bia farm of 100 aores, at Besob Bill, tbie county, to his eon, Mr. W. E. Maddy, of Huntington, con sideration $1,100 oasb. BANK REPORT. NO. 1504. *> EPORT OP* THE CONDITION of The JtV Merchants National Bank of Point Pleasant, at Point Pleasant. In the State of West Virginia, at the close of buslne September 4th, 1906. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts 1357,922 27 Overdrafts secured and unsecured.. 4,448 72 U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation... 100,000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 1.700 00 Bonds, securities, etc 10.500 00 Banking house furniture A fixtures 5,000 00 Other real estate owned 8,585 00 Due from National Banks (not re serve agents) 9,818 85 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1.135 54 Due Irom approved reserve agents. 60,115 62 Checks and othercash items 470 67 Notes of other National Banks 285 00 Fractional paper currency, niokels and cents 99 15 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz: Specie 5,241 00 Legal-tender notes 12,040 00 17,281 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas urer (5 per cent, of circulation) 5,000 00 Total GOT,411 82 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 100,000 00 Surplus fund 25,000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 16 708 National Bank notes outstanding.. 99,050 00 Due to other National Banks 8,586 04 Due to State Banks and Bankers 2,993 82 Dividends unpaid 136 00 Individual deposits subject to check 276,503 42 Demand certificates of deposit 12^503 96 Certified checks 2,716 28 Cashier's checks outstanding 123 12 U. S. Bond account 88^)00 00 Total 577,411 82 Statbof West Virginia, Codkty of Mason. 88i I, C. C. Bowykb. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the. above statement is true to the best ofmyt knowledge and belief. C. C. BOWYER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day ol Sept, 1906. W. W.RILEY, Jr., Notary Public. Correct?Attest: J. McCULLOCH, P. S. LEWIS, J. D. McCULLOCH, Directors. Timothy Seed. I have jast receive a carload of timothy seed and it will be to yoar advantage to see me, or write for samples and prices, be fore baying yoar seeds. I am also dealer in Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Red Top, Clover, etc. Will pay yoa at all times the highest marketplace for Produce and Veal Calves. Yoars for Basiuess, H. M. Harding, Gallipolis, O. Sep 12 -it GO TO J J. Point Pleasant For your Roofing Paper. ?a car load just in. Red Seal Brand, 2 ply 65c Red Seal Brand 3 ply 90c Nails and caps included We also carry in stock the BLACK DIAMOND the old reliable, the pio neer of ready roofing." Aug 28 tf CHAS- HARRIS. has boughtnn interest in the Baf. falo Mills, Buffalo, W. Va.t and wants your business. Deposit wheat taken oare of by insurance Exchange wheat 40 lbs. flour per bnshel. Freight paid one way. Deposit and exchange wheat in vited. I will take oare of yon Chas. Harris, Prop'r. P. S.-Everybody in Mason oonn ty knows me. Send wheat and orders to me. Cooking Made Easy B-3T TTSI1TQ C. H. VARIAN'S RAYMOND CITY NUT COAL. $2 A LOAD. The finest coal in the world for cook stoves. More heat, less oal and time. ^aug. l-lmo RED SEAL ROOFING FAPER Best on Earth. 2 Ply per square.... 65c j Ply per square.... 90c Caps and Nails included. Coal Tar on hand. Fiison Bros: Forty-Six Years 11 I! (I (I li> Best Appearing Corsets in America <t TO RETAIL AT $1.00. f I C. B. HANSON CO. 0 11 -OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY SUPERIOR SKILL and SMART STYLES Combine in making ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS The Best Fitting, Wearing, Feeling, and the PARK SQUARE. Gallipolis, Ohio. ^ ClL Mr. Workingman You will always find a com plete line of work shoes at Franklin's, For Factory, Mill or Farm. Our $L50, $2, $2JJO shoes fill the bill. They are made of the best materials, they are what you want, Union Men. The "John Mitchell", and "Built Well" are our $3.00 Shoes; they make fine dress shoes, Union Made. FRANKLIN'S SHOE STORE.