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The Weekly Register PiMhM tnrj WwleewUy Hanlif by "V:: F. B. 1IPPETT, Kdltor and Publisher, . POINT PLEASANT, Maton County, West Virginia. PBIOE?tl.00 A YEAR. IK ADTAKC*. OCTOBER 30, 1907. THIS MEANS YOU. ALL subscribers vha are In arrears will be dropped from oar mailing lint 11 set tlement is not promptly made. Look at the date on your label. Personal Mention. Mr. R. E. Somerville and wife, of Wellsburg, W. V?., are rejoioing over the arrival of a baby daughter at their home, Tuesday, Ootober 22,1907 Mr. Somerville is a Ma son oonnty boy, highly reapeoted, and all hit friends, of whom the Register is not least, oongratalate the bappy parents, and wish tbem, inolndiog the little "mistress," health, wealth and happiness. Mrs Lester Riddle will entertain Friday, Nov 1st. at oarda, in honor of Miss Kate Windon Mr. Robert Liter, who is con fined with typhoid fever at hie home in thia oity, is steadily im proving under the oareful atten tion of Dr. E. MoElfresh. Mrs J. Pannel, of Columbus, is visiting her father, Hon. Rankin Wiley. Mr. K. T. MoKinstry, of the Bon Ton, i? East buying goods, Mrs. 0. 0. Bowyer, visiting at Cinoinnnti for several days, re turned home Sunday. Miss Hattie Parsons returned Sunday from a weeks stay in Cin cinnati. Mrs. 0. R. MoOullooh and sis tar, Miss Irene Bowyer, spent a week in Oinoinnati, returning home Sunday morning. Mils Reba Beale, who has been visiting at Cincinnati the past two weeks, returned home Sunday. Capt. Frank Sanders had for his guests Snnday, at the Spenoer, bis sisters, Miss Olive and Mrs. Viola Barker, of Charleston. .AlexMoCullouoh of Point Pleas emt, was the guest of friends in Huntington Sunday.?Mrs. F. A. Guthrie, of Point Pleasant, is visi ting her son, Dr. L. V. Guthrie,for a few days.?Mrs. L. S. English, of Eentuokey, is visiting Mrs. L. V. Guthrie, at the West Virginia Asy lum ?Huntington Herald. Mrs. Allen Viokers spent Sun day with her daughter, Miss Rose, at Huntington. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Cable, Monday morning?a son. Capt. C J. Mengee, of Cinoin oinnati, Ohio, is here superintend ing the repairs on his steamboat. Miss Edith Tippett was the guest of Miss Kate Windon, for a few days last week." Born, to Mr. and Mrs Prof. Steenbergen, Monday morning? a daughter |P^??^e near dor ff & Poore ? nrr iu Tnr nnnn i n ( l&ET m I)1E ruon: [ 1) IT TAKES A LOT of PUSH 1 | J to make "a go" of almost anything in this age j ( ) of strenuous endeavor. It must needs have a ( | j lot of force behind it Our line of ^ () CLOAKS AND TAILORED SUITS ( ( ) has all the force behind them that's necessary, (t t ? and some besides. Experience, a thorough r \ ' knowledge of the business and an honest ambi- ' ^ tion to give our customers the best values ob ( ] tainable has pushed us from location to loca- [ tion, each time to larger quarters and each year ( J finds us with an increasec business. This sea- ( I son promises the largest increase yet. Our r ' various stocks are the largest and we believe ' various stocks are the largest and we believe |H] the best selected that we have ever'shown. Fact ( is, we are tickled with the new fall goods. We'll not bother you very much with advanced f ] prices, either. It you want DreSS Goods, Notions ( of any kind, Underwear, Hosiery, Blankets, ( ) Carpets or Rugs, we carry the assortment. Get in [ the push and come to us. ' ' And MILLINERY. j It's the universal verdict of all that our HATS are ^ ^ j the pretties ever. Come to, us for what you need. i) THE DEABDORFF & POORE GO. Gallipolis, Ohio: The Deardojif A Poore Go's. ????M??i Miss Stella Dages and Misa Mary Henking, of Gallipolis, are tbeoharmin/ gnesU of Mra. For mat! Wallis, Vitnd street, this week. Mr. Fred Riley, after a two weeka atay in Huntington, returned home Ba'torday. Oapt. John Thornbnrg and wife left Monday for Barbonraville, W. Va. Mr. Thornbnrg waa oalled there on the death of hia sister Misa Mary, Born?To Mr. and Mra. Brent Oentera, Wednesday, the 23d, a eon. Hon. J. 8. Spenoer returned home last Friday, after a long bus ineaa trip in the west. Dr. Gory Hogg and wife, of Harvey, who have beea visiting Or, Hogg'a parents, have returned home. Miaa Ora Carpenter, attending Ooliegeat Parkerabarg, was here Sunday, viaiting ber aiater, Misa Lizzie. Miaa Wanda Fiaher, of Heights, ie borne from a two weeka visit at Wheeling and other points. Misa Bessie Tippett, of Detroit, Mioh., will be here Nov, 10, and remain until December to partioi pate in the Robey-Windon wed ding. Mr. H. L. Robey spent Sunday at Mnggie. Mr. John MoOausland waa a visitor to town Monday and Tues day. Mr. Nat. L. Bloom, traveling out of Oinoinnati, is in the oity for b few days Mr, J. M Henaley, of Hartford, was here Monday. Mra. M. J. Somerville, who baa oeen viaiting ber son, Mr. R ? Somerville, at Welleburg, W. Va, returned home last Saturday, and ia now stopping with ber daughter Mra. L. A. MoMillen, of North Piint Pleasant. Mr P, Hale was registered at The Spenoer, Sunday. The road boys all know a good plaoe. The word with them ia ''will meet you at The Spenoer, Sunday. Mrs. L. A. MoMillen, of North Point Pleasant, who has been aiok with typhoid fever for the past six weeks, we are glad to announce is improving at this date, Misses Ethel MoWosb and Eva Overatreet, of Charleston, were guests of Miss Dana Burnside, Sunday. Rev. Floyd Williama and family, of Louisa, Ky., are here on a visit to his mother. Mrs. John A. Armstrong and family, of the Armstrong Dook Co., will Uave in a few days for Paduoab, Ky., where tbey will make that oity their future home. Conductor Wallie B Allen and wife, who have been down in Ken tucky on a 15 days trip, were visi ting bis mother Tuesday. Riohard. ljjjle son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Keesey, of Middle port, has been quite aiok. Oonduotor Fred Wilkereon, of the K. & M , is here on a visit to hia many friends. Conduotor Elza Brown, who wu in the Langsville wreck last Thurs day, in whioh three men lost their lives, is able to be out. Thomas Wyatt, a prominent at torney of Huntington, was a busi ness .visitor here Tuesday. A. W Simmons, Coonty Olerk of Roane Co-.nty, wae here Tues day. E. B. Bisler, of the Bisler Dry Goods Oo, has returned from Akron, O., where he was oalled on aooonnt of the deBth'of his father. J.F. Newoomer, traveling audi tor of K. & M., was in the oity Tuesday. Messrs. vO. P. Douglass, Hon. 0. F. Teter, F. 0. Newoomer and ?f. M. Hensley were here Tuesday olosing up a large ooal land deal loobted in this oounty. Mr. Charlie Dunoan of Hnnt ington, is visiting friends in this oity. Coming Nuptials. The following invitations hate been received in this oity: Mr and Mrs 8 H. Keister re quest the honor of your presenoe at the marriage of their daughter, Willa Evalyn to Dr. Walter J Withers, on the evening of Satur day, Nov. 9, 1907, at 4 o'olook, at Beale Ohnrob, Meroers Bottom, W Va. Rev R P. Bell, of the M. E Ohuroh, South, will officiate, All B & 0. trains will make jpeoial stops at Apple Grove, Sat nrday, Nov. 9, for the oonvenienoe of the guests. CO. CLERK'S OFFICE CLOSED. Out of respeot to the memory of Joseph H. Holloway, who for so uany years was oonpeoted wit! this offioe, the County Clerk's of fioe will be olosed from one till four o'olook, p. m? Thureday, Oot. 31,1907, J. P. R. B Smith, County Clerk. A good thing to have in tbe bouse ig a gallon of our White Rye Whiskey, $2 00 per gallon. Point Pleasant Liquor House. Lone Oak School First month, ended Friday, Oot. 2othinst.: Number enrolled, 18; average d lily attendance, 15. Not -ibsent or tardy: Eva Fowler, Car rie Maohir, Anna Huisell, Freda .Maohir, Louise Yeager, Autho Casto, Chester Fowler, Clifford Casto, Landie Carder. J. B Yeager, Teaoher. Wrist Broken. While attending to household luties last Wednesday, Mre. S J Baum, living on Kanawha street, Qad the'misfortuije to fall, break ?ng her ldft wrist. The Register has reoeived a very interesting letter from Hon. Lon. l\ Pilchard, Stockton avenue. Pa , lesoribing soenes in and eurround iog Fort DuQiesue. We are un ible in this issue to give Mr. Pil chard's lettar to the publio, but will do so nest week. A fine line of ohoioe wedding presents at greatly reduoed prioes. Call and see them. J. C. Stortz, Jeweler. MARRIED. A pretty home wedding took plaoe this morning at 7:30 at the ?lome of Dr, and Mre. E. Davie, Vliddleport, whose daughter Con nie, was marred to Mr. Frank L. Parsons son of Capt. Sara Paisons The beautiful ceremony of tho new ohuroh wbb used by the Rev. W. L (iladish of that sooiety. The oridal pair left on the E. & M. for Columbus, Cincinnati and St. Louis aud will be at home to their friends in a week or so at the home of tbe bride's parents in Middle port.?Pomeroy Independent. "A model husband" says the In dianapolis Star "is the noblest work of women." DEATHS. JOSEPH H. HOLLOWAY, DEPUTY COUNTY CLERK, PASSES TO THE OEEAT BEYOHD. It is with sorrow that we an ?ounoe the death of Mr. Joseph H, Bolloway, deputy ounty olerk, whioh oooorred at his home on Viand street, this oity, early Tnea day morning Mr. Holioway. has been in deolining health for sev eral years, yet bis death oame bs a shook to the oommnnity. The faneral arrangements are made for Thursday afternoon. The editor and all the attaohes of this offioe extend their sincere sympathies to the bereaved family. Mrs. Anna Shaw, wife of Bev. Goorge Shaw, pastor of the Holy Gross Episoopal Ohnrob, South, Cnmberland, who had been ill for a few days, disd suddenly Thurs day.of heart failare Bev. Sbaw was taken to the Allegany Hospital several days ago with typhoid fe ver, and has not yet been apprised of the death of his wife. He is a brother of Bev. 0. E. Shaw, pastor of St. Thomas' Episoopal Ohnrob, Hanoook, Md. Bev. Mr. Shaw has only reosntly taken ' obarge of the Holy Gross Ohu.rob, having resign ed his obarge at Oakland to aooept a oall at that plaoe Bev. Geo. Shaw, is a son of Bev. W. H. H. Shaw, of this oity. Miss Bella Donabew, aged 19, laughter of J. M. Donabew, living )? the Waggener farm, near town, lied at 11 o'olook, Saturday night, >dc1 was buried Monday afternoon in Lone Oak Cemetery, Mrs. J. O, Greenlee, of Hights, lied Monday night, Ootober 27, 1907, and funeral servioe held at 2 o'olook, p. m , Wednesday. In terment in Lodb Oak Cemetery. Mrs. Tbos. Lemaster died at her home near Hiokory Chapel, Sat nrdBy afternoon, Ootober 26, 1907 and the remains were laid to rest .ast Monday in the family burying ground, by the side of her husband. Mrs. Wm. Mulford, an aged lady iving near Hiokory Chapel, died Sunday afternoon, Ootober 27, 1907, and was laid to rest in Lone Oak Cemetery, Wednesday. Mr. Gillis, about 90 years of age lied Friday at his home in Clifton Death was due to the infirmities of jld age. He leaves a son and a daughter, who reside in CliftoD, The funeral took plaoe Friday from his late home and burial in the Clifton oemetery. Rummage Sale. The ladies of Trinity Churob will hold their annual rummage sale, oommenoing the Beoond wee!> in November. Those who have rummage for them will please send word to some member of the Aid Sooiety, and thus oblige the oom mittee. For the finest line of linen box writing paper for invitations or writing purposes, oall on J. C. Stortz, Jeweler. WANTED. Reliable white girl to do general housework, where washing is put out. Good home for right one. Write to Rev. Carl Birth, Point Pleasant, and give references. ''There is plenty of money in theoountry if the people would let it oiroulate," says an ezohange. Yes, everybody subsoribe to the Weekly Register and we'll see that some of it is oironlated. If you want something nioe try our Spenoer House whiskey, $3.00 per gallon. Point PleasantJLiquor House. SHEEP DIP For use upon Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Dogs, Goats, Poultry, Hogs, Etc, Littles English Dip, $1.50 Gallon Kreso " Dip 1.25 Gallon Pure Pine Tar 50c Gallon Pure Pine Tar, Half Gallon 30c Pure Pine Tar, one quart 20c Pure Pine Tar one pint 10c Coal Tar for all purposes 15c Hess Stock Food?Poultry Panacea. Hess Heave Cure. ID C. D. KERR DM6 CO.. Cor. Court and 3rd Ave. Gallipolis, Ohio. 95th Anniversary. Near the headwaters of Five Mile oreek and near Wyoma post offioe, on a commanding knoll dot ted by a pretty grove of native pine and oedar trees, ia the pretty cot tage home of Ashabell Hughes and wife whose hospitality is well known by every person traveling in that direotion. Here the latob string bangs ont at all seasons of the year. It was here that invita tions were sent ont for a birthday dinner on Oot. 22d, in honor of | Sirs. Beohtle, mother of Mr. Hughes who has past her 95th milestone and who is bs ohipper blithe as a woman of 40 years; her reoolleotion of past events is phe uominal; her sight and hearing is almost perfeot, her ohildren,grand ohildren and great grand ohildren were very muoh in evidenoe in per feot faot so muoh so your oorres pondent was nnable during the limited visit to enumerate them and in answer to the summons a host of friends and relatives gath ered among whom were: Z T J Blaine, Hugh Jordan and I wife, Judge J L Thorn and wife, Thomas Prootor and wife, Edward Laubert and wife, Thomas Oanta berry and wife, Charlie Robinson and wife, Lewis Hern and wife, Fred Lee and wife, Dr. W 8 Reeoe and wife, John Lanier Bnd wife, John P Austin and wife; Mesdames Beojamin Stanley, Hugh Blaine, Wesley Johnson, John Crump, W H Blaine, -D W Messiok, W H Terry, Ell Blaine, Rebeooa Beohtle, Thomas Henry, Prioe Blaine, John Swisher, Worthy Mayes, George Tbarp, Thompson Morton, Bettie Faidley, and the Misses Ethel Rob inson, Virginia and Lida Forrest, Atlanta Steveas, Eliza Beale, Re beooa Vanmeter, Vena Tery and Jane Hughes; the sons and daugh ters present were Mesdames John Glover, Herbert Robinson; the sons were James and Peter. Messrs. Grover Hight and Roy Myers and several others from yoar oity, whose names we failed to learn, were present. The pres ents distributed were numerous ?md in many instanoes oostly; the table fairly groaned under the load of good things, and Mrs. Hughes was voted one of the best md most entertaining hostesses hat ever presided over a birthday iinner. At 3 p. m. the guests de oarted for their several homes, wishing grand old Grandmother I many more birthdays and a con tinuation of excellent health. J. P. A. THE CHUBCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Main Street, between 7th and 8th SU Preaohing servioes next Lord's .Day morning and night. Mason County Sunday Sohool Convention opens in this ohuroh Tuesday of next week. See pro gram elsewhere. Be sure and hear Seoretary Shafer on "A Now Love for the Old Book." CHRIST CHURCH. BEV. J. HOWARD GIBBONS, BECTOB. Service at Ohrist Ohuroh to night 7:30 o'olook. Choir praotioe after servioe. Servioe Sunday 11 a. *n. and 7:30 p. m. Administration of the Holy Communion at the 11 o'olook servioe. There will be servioe atSpilman Ohapel Friday, 7:30 p. m. Come and worship with us. The attaohed clipping appeared in the ourrent issue of The Stook Farm. Tregantle made good at both I Columbus and Lexington. He has for several years been oonsidered one of the best prospects in the country. He won his first viotory at Oolumbns, following it up with I a brilliant raoe at Lexington,which brough him into the seleot 2:10 I list, he winning a new reoord of 2:09J. Tregantle was trained by I E. M. Allen at Lexington, than whom there is not a better oondi I tioner and speed maker in the loountry. Tregantle has been troub led with lameness for several years, I but so oareful end painstaking was | Allen in his preparation of the [ horse that he was able to go the ' raoes for the first time this year Tregantle is not the first hurse of doubtful soundness that Ed Allen i has sent to the raoes and that were returned winners. He took Dootor Madara at a time when it looked as though he would not stand a pre I paration, and all know what he did I at the raoes, Allen has also made an enviable reputation as a oolt I trainer, quite a number of stake winners having oome from his sohool Druien, the three-year-old On ward Silver oolt in Ed Allen's sta ble has shown him a mile in 2:10 I in his work, the last half in 1:01}. This oolt is out of of Old Kate by I Aberdeen and ia owned by O. M. IJ Corbin, of Lexington, Infants Bearskin Goats, all Colors, $2.98 $3.98 and $4.98 ESTABLISHED 1872 J. FRIEDMAN & CO. Misses Long: Goats Fancy Mixtures $2.28, 8.98, 4.98. Dry Goods, Notions and Carpets Women's Tailored Suits ? Bargains. Never mind the "Why" and "Because" come and see the suits. The fricfl and Suit Both Suits You. $%5> $30 and $32 Suits made of Broadcloth and Cheviots, lined with heavy satin, beauti fully tailored, skirts cut very full and in finish and fit the suit is unsurpassed. Choice Of These Suits, $14.98. $18, $20 and $22 Suits. The styles are semi-fitting and tight-fitting. The colors are browns, blues and blacks. The jackets lined with best Satin. Choice of these Suits $11.98. $15 and $ 16.50 Suits, plain or in fancy checks and stripes, cheviots and fancy fabrics. Some of these suits are nicely trimmed with silk braid and velvets. Choice of these Suits, $7.48. Never before was such values seen at these prices. These Coats are in fine Broadcloth, Satin Lined throughout. Others fine black Kerseys trimmed with fine silk braid. Also the new mannish effect with the wide shoulder. Prices for these beautiful Coats are ?.98, 12.48, 16.00, 10.00 and 18.00. Our collection of fine Voiles and Pauoma Skirts are second to none. They have the style, fit and quantity. Plaited effects with wide or narrow folds of taffeta silk and self material. Prices, $5.00, 0.00, 8.00,10.00 and 12.00. J. FRIEDMAN &C0, 8UNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION, MASON COUNTY. Not. 6th and 6ih, 1907. The speakers this year will be General Secretary Shafer and Miss Martha Graham, both of Wheel ing; Rev. H. D. BarnhouBe, Le tart; Bevs. Gibbons and Bartb, and Prof. Peter Steenbergeo, of Point Pleasant. Pastors and superintendents of all Sabbath Sohools throughout the oonnty are oordially invited to attend. Eaoh sohool should send a delegate, besides. Farther par tioulars as to pUoe of meeting in next week's issne of this paper. Oarl Barth, Seo'y, P.oint Pleasant, West Va. Panama. Oonduotor Fred. Wilkerson of, the K. & M, By., hands us as the following letter, and being of in terest to all the railroad boys we publish it in fall; Tabebnilla, Canal Zone, Oot. 13, '07. Dear Fred: After writing the two letters to the Middleport papers I expeot ed to hear from several of the K. & M. boys, considering that the fall description, (as near as I oould give it) sent to the paper, would answer as a latter to eaoh one I knew and worked with. Only re ceived one reply?Mr. Alex Smith wrote right away and has written onoe sinoe. Would like to hear from yon and Downey if yon find time to write Here they are fig aring on making their oonduolore now, bat the dry season is ooming on when more work is expeoted than ever before, and it will be a pretty hard job to make the con ductors they need oat of the ma teriel here. If yoa see any ohanoe to hire ont take it. Get a leave of ab sence and look the thing over. There will be work here a long time yet; and if yon like to hunt deer, here is the plaoe. Yoa oan go two or three hnndred yards from the railroad and find them. Saw e fine book a few days ago a Span iard killed right near a dump Along the Ohagres river you oan se9 allegators most any time. I have a vacation due now of 42 days bat am not going to take it yet. Any one oommenoing before April let, oan allow vaoation to aooumu late, and the dry seBsen looks so muoh better than the enow balls, too. I have worked at five differ ent plaoes now and have had a ohanoe at every kind of work in the transportation department, ex oept, of oonrse, the Panama B. B proper, and I am a loig ways from thgt. The I. 0. 0. pays the same as the P B B. and ia all daylight and no work Sunday. The PBR ia all night work exoept looals and passenger and a few work trains. Yours, &o., F. W- Knight. Try onr Book Oastel doable stamp straight whiskey, $4.00 dol lars per gallon, Point Pleasant Liquor House. Good whits oorn whiskey $2 00 par gallon at Point Pleasant Liquor [flonae. 50 Men Wanted At 9uce at Hobson, Ohio, on the K. & M. Railway. Boiler Maker and helper. Carpenters. Car Repaires. Labors. Good wages; want men on account of increased business. Apply to W. A. Brown, Middleport, Ohio. Two Hati. "Mr. Ilankinson," asked innoccnt little Tommy, who was entertaining the young man in the parlor while his sister upstairs was putting the finishing touchcs on her comples on, "why don't you wear tho kind plug hat Mr. Simmons does when he comes here?" "What is the matter with my plug liat, Tommy?" inquired Mr. Hankin son, with a large, genial smile. "Ilis'n will straighten out again nrlicn I sit down 011 it," answered the innocent little boy, edging his way toward the door, "and your'n ?von't."?Chiongo Tribune. ? A FRIEND TO FRIEND. The personal recommendation* of pe? pie who have been cured of congha and colds by Chamberlain'* Cough Remed} have done more than aU else to make it ? staple article of trade and commerce Orel a large part of the civilized world. Accidents Among Miners. Of every 1,000 miners In Great Bri tain 1.24 lose their lives by aocident annually. In Germany the rat* at 1,000 Is 1.90; In the United Sutaa, 3.38. A If You Had a Million. "What would you do If you war* a millionaire?" "Like other mllllonalrea I'd have a palaoe In Washington or N*?! York." ?* "Then whatT" "I'd shut It ap and go to Europfc"-* Washington Star. Buy Fall Shoes Now. (i Fall Styles are now ready For you Here. f | The present season hasjproduced many marked im provements in Shoes. Common sense has been allied ( ] with good taste in producing shoes of distinctly better character than those of preceding seasons. Men's shoes all as smart and trim as ever, without the | j eccentricities of shape that have been seen in the past. Women's shoes no longer imitate the shapes and ( ) widths designed for men. They have gone bsck to the wonanly styles tnd lighter weights. (! 0 FRANKLIN'S SHOE STORE, Strictly One Price. Point Pleasant, West Va. k. ? ' 1 J 11 -*r F. P. Her i St, The Only in the Ohio Valley that sells first olaas Northern, prime seed, and sold true to name, Oall and see as before buying yonr seed. F. P. MILLER & HON, Cor. 2d and Oonrt eta., (iALLIPOLiy, OHIO. BeptlMw Relic of Queen Victoria.' A treasured relic at Penhurrt place. In Kent, Is a stool, covered with faded bine velvet and edged with silver cord. Queen Victoria knelt upon it to re* celve the sacrament at her coronation, hence its great interest as a relic. -esve qua. in|jd p*?J 01 e?e wo ono )q8((jtn> naae *111* :B8[|ni uoaos n eoun?ip a j?aj> n 1* eiqiaja /uoapsip ej? sisefqo *n?J ?| uoora aqj oeqj* 'pavjnjnz 'uoon puc ?jne UJOJJ jq6n NOTICE. Leon, W. Vb? Sep. 21, '07. 1o Whom it may Concern: I have been legally appointed administrator of the personal es tate of J. R. Hyatt, deceased. AU persons owing the estate will please oall and settle at onoe. All per. sons having olaims against the e*. atate will pretest their bills tot allowance, J. O. 8MTTH, 8ep 25 4w Administrator.