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*? N. Johnson, of Washington,' t). 6j is visiting hiB family on W. I5*#* street. ' '?? The anniversary of Mt. ?ion M. E. church began Snndav morning when R*V. Edward Moore, of Hagerstown, preached. V xjR*v. L. A. Carter, of Winchester, V?., preached in the afternoon, at ^tbifcli time the choir of John Mann M. til. church, Winchester, Va., sang, To Say the least, it was indeed ft musical treat, and they fully des^rv- ! ?d the many compliments they re ceived, the solos sang by Mrs. F. C. Robinson and Miss Viola Hall \vere| especially fine, while the bass solo by Mr. Hall was out of the ordi nary. ! Those who sang in the choir were: Mrs. Mavhough Cooke, Mrs. Daisy Boms, Mrs. Nora Belle, Mis. Elmira Briscoe, Miss Viola Hall, Miss Celia | Gilbert, Miss Bettle Jackson, Mr. Jas. Robinson, Mr. C. W. Hall, Mrs. Isa Ueii Fletcher, organist, Mrs. F. C. Robinson, choirister. .Among the many donations re- ? celyed by Rev. S. M. Beane, none yyeve more appreciated than a check for, a large amount from Mr. Mat hew Ru*ter, a prominent business man of Montgomery. .. rF-rances, the 6 years old daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Aaron Johnson. <U*d' Thursday after a brief illness of lire days. The cause of her death was diphtheria, which unfortunately wate not discovered until it was too late for her to respond to the treat ment of anti-toxin. 1 She was an unusually bright child, full of life and loved by all. The funeral took place from their home at Boydville Friday at 4:30 p. m. and was preached by Rev. S. M. j Beane. CLARKSBURG. ? Matthew Obiee, of Clarksburg, i spent Sunday and Monday with his mother, Mrs. Sallie Obie. ( The bakery business of Addison Bumgardner was bought last week by a company consisting of Mesdames ] Sallie Obie, Susan Martin, Eliza F. | Jackson and James Obie, who will < now do business as the Enterprise ; Baking Company. UA Harvest Festival was held at < i'** *> ? ? ? ? I , the Monroe St, M. E. church on Thursday evening last. The church, was very tastily decorated, and many offerings of provisions were laid upon the altar. A program was rendered and refreshments serve 1. and after the gifts were presented to the pas tor, Rev. C. C. Gill, who in a speech for himself and on behalf of his wife thanked the* members and friends for their liberal gifts. I Roy Jones died suddenly Sunday morning while on his way to his work. The doctors pronounced the cause of death as appoplexy. Funer al services were conducted at the house Sunday by Rev. C. C. Gill. The Trustees of Monroe St. M. E. church have just purchased a lot on Barney street extension near corner of Jackson street, and will soon start upon the erection of a brick church buiMins to cost $5,000. The pur chase urice of the lot was $3,000. Richard Moore, of Mountain Lake park, 1s back in town and is barber ing with Frank H. Jackson. i Arisen Bumeardner returned Mondav from a trip to Buckhannon where he went to visit his niece, Mrs. Kate Wilkes. WIXIFREDE. Mrs. George W. Perkins and daughter, Mrs. G. E. Wiseman, spent a few days on Cabin Creek visiting friends and relatives. | Eugene Shelton spent Sunday in Montgomery. H. P. Day spent a few days out of. town last week. |; A. Wilson spent Saturday and Sun- ; day at his home in St. Albans. i Miss Laura Smith, of Plymouth, is spending a few days here visiting < Misses Ella and Virginia Smith. Wm. Brown spent Saturday and i Sunday visiting his family in Char- ( leston. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Harris, of I Cabin Creek, spent a few days here ] visiting relatives. Miss Emma Meadows was in i Charleston shopping Saturday. s W. E. Cary spent a few days out 1 of town last week. J G. W. Perkins and W. N. Shelton,' I were business visitors to Charleston last week. ? Mrs. W. X. Shelton and children i spent the latter part of the week in ( Montgomery, visiting friends. Miss Ella Smith is spending a few ? days in Cabbin Creek. ] . CHI HOOTfLE, O. MV. Wnd *4r&. William Miller, of Colu inbus spent Sunday in tho city visiting his mother at the home of Mrs. Carrie Marshall, 6th street. I Henry Burko was taken suddenly ill Saturday evening as he was get ting ready for church. Dr. S. S. Jor dan was called in and he is resting easy at this writing. Fisher Sutton, of Mechanic street, was called to Columbus on Thursday last on account of the funeral of Rev. M, S. Sides' wife who died in Norfolk Ya., and was brought there for bur ial. Hon. Charles Cottrell, of Toledo, O., and Chas. Dall, addressed a meet ing of voters at the K. of P. hall Monday night. Dr. S. S. Jordan was chairman of the meeting. The choir of Quinn Chapel A. M. E. church will give an oyster supper at the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Medley on South High street Thurs day night for the benefit of the or gan fund. The carpet committee met on Tues day night at the parsonage, Rev. W. E. Walker, acting chairman. Miss Helen E. Marshall was elected sec retary, Mrs. A. J. Haves, treasurer. $71.90 was reported collected up to that date. Rev. Watker, and sister, Miss Es ther R. Walker entertained the Ladies' Aid of Quinn Chapel Thurs day night, and the following officers were elected: Miss H. E. Marshall, president; Mrs. Roxman Sutton, vice president; Misses E. R. Walker, Lena Marshall, secretaries Mrs. J. L. Lucas, treaurer; Miss Cora B. Medley, chair man of lookout committee; Mrs. EMzabeth Medley, chairman of sew ing committee; Miss Mae Meiley, chairman of the sewing committee. The pipe organ will be installed in Quinn Chapel this week. Rev. C. S. Gee, D. D., will preach ind hold quarterly meeting at Quinn Chapel Sunday. i George Hockley was visiting his 'amily in the city Sunday and left Monday for Columbus, O. The following teachers of the Southern School will vi3lt the public schools in Dayton Friday: Mrs. A. J. tfayes, principal; Misses Cora B. Aedley, Helen E. Marshall and Ellon Dowdy. | Anniversary exercises were held >undav at the first Baptist church n honor of the pastor, Rev. I. W. barter. The program was as follows: Scripture lesson, Carrie Beard; Drayer, Jas. Hammond; hymn, bv i pm choir; addr?$3, 3Tobn Powell; solo, Maude Qilmore ; address. A. Qoina aolo, Ella Hawkins; Address, Ellen Dowdy; inusio, choir; address, Ellon Ivy; solo, Essie Lomax; address JaaJ Lomax; music, choir; address, J. W. Carter; solo, Julia Jones; closing re r marks by the pattor. Rev. J. W. Carter. ? ?? PRATT'. Win. A. Powell has returned from a visit with relatives In Pltisburg, Pa. lie reports having had a delight ful stay. Horace Carter lias returned from \ New York afterra two weeks' visit with Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Powell. Miss Laura Smith, of Plymouth, and Miss Ella Smith, of Wlnifrede, spent Saturday and Sunday here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. ; Holmes. George Washington, Jr., is here spending a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Washington. Those delightfully entertained Sunday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Holmes, were Misses Minnie WilliamB and Alice Preston, Tom Williams, Thos. M. Holmes. Jas. Banks and Kenneth Brooks, of 1 Handley, Mrs. Martha Billups, of Hansford, Miss Nannie Jones, Chas. Rollins and Elmer Lawrence. T. W. Holmes and J. F. Morris, were visiting in Crown Hill, Sunday Win. A. Powell, Fred Foreman, Os car and Willie Holmes attended church at Hansford Sunday. ? J. H. Brooks, of Handley, was in town Monday on business. Oscar and T. W. Holmes, Fred Foreman and Chas. Rollins made a business trip to Handley Tuesday. HAWK'S XEST. " Rev. Waters, of Gleenwood, was in tow*n Sunday. Wh ile her? he visited the Sabbath school and gave Quite an inspiring talK. Miss Gladys Quar.es and her mother, Mrs. Lily Quarles, are suf fering from an attack of asthma. Junius Harrison met with a pain ful accident, Friday. He fell from a two story building sustaining a broken back and two ribs. Mrs. Lucy Brooks, who lias been quite ill. is convalescing. ROXCEVERTE. Sunday was men's day at the Mt. Zion M. E. Church and it was well attended. Collection was $21.21. ? p r*** j > ? ? v r 1 - . ? . ? . . . . ? ? ..." ??' " V THE BANNER CREDIT SYSTEM HAS Pr ven to be a winner among all classes? WHY DELAY, when you come and pick out anything you may want in clothing? for men, women and children and have it charged to your account? FURS I SUITS i DRESSES LONG COATS _ * ? I I I MILLINERY I BOYS' CLOTHING OVERCOATS MEN'S CL0TB1IVG \ ?' . I "J1 We Will Credit You - L.?J? r? Miss Lilian Lewis was a visitor at Lewisburg, Sunday. Clarence Johnson was the guest of his sister, Mrs. D. R. Hickman, a Jew days last week. Overton Lewis, who has been ill for the past two weeks, is much im proved this writing. Miss Clara Peterson is indisposed I proved at this writing. Daniel Thompson has been con fined to his room for the last two weeks. Mrs. Harriet Lewis is very sick at her home on Main St. Dr. Sam Clay, of Lowisburg, was a business visitor here last week. D. W. Colloway from Berkley, is home for a few days with his family. Edward Boiling, Jr., passed through here en route for Lewis burg. Mrs. D. R. Hickman visited her parents at Frankford, last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, of Lewis burg was the gueBt of her uncle, Rev. S. A. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, of Seibert, was called here Wednesday on account of the illness of their sister, Mrs. Hulda Spotts. William Lacy, Vinston Bracken ridge and Harold Woods are homo from Renick. Rev. McLane will leave tonight for Staunton, Va. Mrs. Edna Woods, is spendintr thi* week in the country. On Thursday evening November 3, 1910 at her home on Main St., Mrs. Hulda Spotts gave up life with all that pertains there to and past out into the great beyond at 6:15 p. m. She had been a long sufferor. She was sixty years of age and was the mother of three children: Miss George Anna Beard, of Bermlngham, Ala.; Miss Minnie and Alexander Beard, of Ronceverte; a sister and a brother. Funeral services were conducted at the M. E. church Sun day at 2 p. m., of which she was a member. She was also a member or the United Order of Christain League and the lodge turned out in ? fl hnrl v SUCCESSFUL HISTORY OF ONE CESS," AM) "SUCCESS" IS RARELY 1V7J T? t />!"? ch^l,bston and vicimtv. our zealous SAT. 20th 25c HAIR RIBBON, 16c. All colors, and the best 25c grade to be hart. Anniversary Price 25c Values 16c. 10c EMBROIDERY AT 3Hc JWe arc celebrating our 2nd Anniversary and the buving public shall share with U3. 10c embroidery Anniversary Price 3 l-2c. 50c AND 75c SERGE AT 43c All colors, 36 in. wi-le, Just t-h ? thing for Sailor Suite. Anniversary Price 43c. HOPE MVSUN 7 He Regular 10c Muslin and the best there is. Anniversary Price 7 l-2c 7c GINGHAM 3 He Not the inferior gingham, but the regular 7c kind, at Anniversary Price 3 1 2c. 75c K U> ROPY OR DRESS ED DOLL Jointed. Anniversary Price 50c. CHILDREN'S BttARSKlX COATS Sizes 2 to 6, all colors, re tail at $2.50. Anniversary Price $1.29 mt CHILDREN'S FURS White only. $4.00 seta at, Anniversary Price $1 98 Just a neat little present for Christmas. FLANNELETTE UNDERSKIRTS Nice weight; well made. Anniversary price 43c. $1.50 CURTAINS AT 98c 2 5 styles to select from. Full length and width; the very latest patterns. Anniversary Price 98c. $3.00 MASSAMXE WAISTS A few odds and ends in sizes, while they last. Anniversary Price $1.98 Mi IN. PERCALE All colors and patterns. Anniversary Price 7 1 -2c. HAJAH SILKS 60c values, on sale at Anniversary Price Per Yard 29c. CHILDREN'S C A R ACT It CO A V S Sizes G to 14; retail every where at $7.00. On sale at \nnlversary Price $4.98 $1.50 BLACK SKLRTS 89c All beautiful embroidered and Hydegrade material. Anniversary Price 89c. PUKE LINEN TAILORED WAISTS ~ Petails the world over at $1.50. Anniversary Price 98c. 81.0(1 KID GLOVES AT 60c Just broken sizes. Some displayed. No fitting. While they last, Anniversary Price 50c. 50c SECCO SILK AT 2oC Foulards or plain, all shades. Anniversary Price 25c. J 5c MADRAS AT 8?c "White, in a variety of pat terns. While it lasts, Anniversary Price 8 l-2c. $1.00 STRIPS IN CUR TAINS, 10c Odds and ends strips of bro ken r.a'rs, while Ihey last, Anniversary Price 10c. Millinery Department We have Btriven harder this year than ever before to put forth the finest line of Millinery in the city, with the able assistance of two head Eastern Expert Trimmers. We feel - confident that this season's milli nery will exceed all our previous efforts, which statement you will sanc tion after Inspecting our line, and comparing our prices with other?. Our chief aim Is to give the petrpie of Charleston and vicinity highest grade of merchandise at moat- reasonable prices, notwithstanding that you were accustomed to pay en&Jrmous prices for your hats. Note a fe* of our many Special Priced Hats: This is No Doubt tit# Greutest Offering of the Season. A Bplendld Chance for Every Woman AVho Wants a Mod/arately Priced Hat. : : : K All $6.00 Tailored Hats, Anniversary Price $3.98 Another lot of $8.00 and $10.00 Hats, carefully se lected for this BPRCIAt, EVENT, and positively worth every penny, froin $8.00 to $10.00, go at $4.98 $25 00 Willow Plumes, at $14.98 $8.00 Black Beaver Shapee at $4.98 230 Capitol St. Charleston SUIT DEPARTMENT Do not think that because we ask you a very reasonable price for our merchandise that it is in ferior to that for which, you pay more elsewhere. Indeed not. If you would only Inspect our New Fall Moiels and pay particular attention to the linings, trimmings and workmanship embodied in all our garments, you will be undoubtedly eonvinced that we GIVE YOU THJ2 SAME GARMENT FOR LE)?S MONKY than you pay elsewhere. Hundred of women already know the absolute truth of thifl claim from personal experience. ANNIVERSARY PRICES FOLLOW 00 Sample Suits, positively $25.00 and $30.00 values, at $2 5.00 Suits, in the latest weaves and shades, on sale at .... $3 5.00 Suits* In the latest weaves and shades, on sale at .<? *5 Junior Suits. Blue Serges, Mixtures, a few three-piece Suits among this lot, retail at $15.00 and $12.60, sizes 8 to 14, on sale at $15.00 Suits, Blue, Black, Wi<ne, ?rey go at The above ^uits are Ladies' in Misses' sizes. ^ . mr t , n COATS The greatest selection of Coats over shown un der one roof. Fur Coats. Ponv, Caracul, Plush, Broadcloths, Mixtures and in fact we could take up a page in describing them. We invite you, we as sure you that you will save 2 5 per cent or more. A Few Prices for Our Annlversury Sale. $18.00 Caracul Coats, on sale at $12. Oft $20.00 Plush Coats, on sale at $1-1.08 $10.00 Kersey Coats, 52 in. long, on sale at $ 5.08 $18.00 Fancy Mixtures, on sale at $12.08 Inspect Our JMne of Pony Coat* Tlie Talk of (he Town. 14.98 19.98 24.98 5.95 998