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% ? For Ladies and Misses At Special Prices Wo have juat received a special shipment of Ladies' and Misses* Winter Suits of tho very latest styles or popular cloths and really first-class quality, which we can sell at the popular prices of $12.50, $15.00, $18100, $20.00 and $25j00 If you have not yet bought your winter suit or want another it will pay you to see these. 1 SAHLEY, GEORGE & BSHARAH DHY GOODS ANDIADIRS* FURNISHINGS KNTUANCKS: 11 CAPITOL ST. AND 720 KANAWHA ST. Additional Correspondence OLAKKSlJUItti. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones, enter tained a number of friends on Wed nesday evening in honor of Miss Gertrude Dunaway who left the fol lowing ^ay for Elkins. An elegant repast was servevd and all the ladies present declared themselves royally entertained. v ? Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Big low, a daughter. ? Mrs." D. H. 'Kyle and children are visiting relatives in Cleveland, O. The Women's Mite Missionary So ciety was entertained by Mrs. S. P. West at the parsonage. After tran saction of ? business a' luncli was served. \ j Mra. Robt. Sefrwick and children wore the week-end guests of Mrs. Ada Preston at Monongadi. Mrs. Maria Littleton hits returned from Buckhannon where' she visited her daughter, ? Mrs. James Davis. D. E. V. .Torrlnn I has returned to liis head quarters at Charlestons l jBT. ALBANS. G. R. Ca\tienese, of Raymond City, was in town Monday. Robert Al|en is visiting his family this week. 1 Anderson Wilson was in town visit ing his family this week. A temperanco rally was held at the Baptist church Friday night. Hon. E. W. B. Curry was the speaker of the evening. Job 11 Wilson, who has been alb sent for quite awhile, is at home visiting his parents. . | J. A. Shields was in town Tuesday to vote. A large number attended the Re publican rally in Charleston Monday night. ; Mrs. H. Coles:, of Raymond City, was visiting friends in town Mon ? ? Ml I " n ? WtUl^ Wlioa w?xt- to Baymoad City Monday. . Miss Rhoda Wilson, of Charleeton, visited her parents Sunday. Dabney Jackson, of Institute, was the guest of Miss Ruffner Overall, Sunday. GRAFTON. Mr. H inkle, of Lynchburg, Va., ar rived Wednesday to assist D. Cole man dn his cleaning and pressing shop on Latrobe St. v Edward Hunley, of Clarksiburg, was visiting friends in the city Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. Ada Coleman entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hall and Mrs. Mandy Oliver. Mrs. Fannie Wlnay and daughter Susie have returned from a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Franklin, Va. Miss Ada Stout went to Elkins Friday to have her eyes treated. Her sister Miss Nannie Stout accompan ied her. A very enteresting foot ball game was played Friday between Grafton and Clarksburg. The score was 17 to 0 in favor of Clarksburg. Mrs. Lilly Cole had a very narrow escape Saturday morning from being killed while crossing the B. & 0. crossing. Mrs. Matilda Jackson is very ill at this writing. ? HUNTINGTON. C. Dodson, who is employed at Williamson, spent a few clays with his family last week. Mrs. Cora Owens was the charm (ing hostess at sJx o'clock dinner, Tuesday to Mrs. Georgie Cooley and Miss Josie Barnett. Miss Edna Clark is quite ill at her home on Ninth avenue. Dr. W. R. Franklin has returned to the city for the purpose of prac ticing medicine. i Bertie Thomas was painfully 'bruised while at work Monday brak ing in the C. & O. yards. The sad news of the death of his mother was received by Elihu West recently. Mrs. Georgie Cooley, in whose honor a number of social functions were given, returned to her home in Athens, O., Wednesday. Rev. I. V. Bryant spent sometime with friends in Boomer. John Martin, of Marling, has pur chased property on Artisan avenue uu,y , and moved his family here. West Virginia Colored Institute vs Kentucky State Normal School At Institute, Friday, November 18th ADMISSION 25 CENTS Special Train will leave Charleston at 7:00 P. M., returning Immediately after the* game. PUT A BRAKE on your I ronton Gas Stoves Gives twice the heat with same Gas ? Once the heat with half the Gas. They luivc a PERFECT COMBUSTION BURNER, tnkiiiK the cold air from the floor, passing it through tlio burner nrnl re flecting it back to tho floor. When you Itavo I'KltKKCTT ("OM* BUSTION there is nothing more (o (X)MRtJST. That is why it is an Oderless Stove. We sell two lines THE IRONTON STOVE - - - THE JEWEL STOVE Over 1000 in use in Charleston. Sold on 10 clays' trial. With or without fine connection. If not satisfactory we will cheerfully refund your money. If there were better stoves we would sell them. West Virginia Heating & Plumbing Co., opposite Capitol Annex ? Robert a^d G*o*ge Harlaton wont to Williamson Saturday to soe th#lr mother." Mrs. Viola Hardy, of Montgomery, la In tho city looking after her now residence which to nearlng comple tion. Dr. T. H. Nichole, of Holden, is in the city on business. ^ v Miss Rosa Garter spent Halloween with friends in Galllpolis. Mrs. Vesta Goes Is sick. James Holt continues quite 111. Miss Ossle MoGhee has accepted a position at the Hex pharmacy. Mrs. Mitchell, kindergarten teach er at the Orphan Home, was called to her home In Danville, Va., on tbusi ne&s. Robert Hlall, recently of Proctors ville, O., is erecting a new residence in the suburbs of the city. The Y. M. C. A. convened in its first session of the season Sunday afternoon at the A. M. B. church. The especial features of the evening were able and practical addresses by Dr. C. H. Payne and Rev. Jones, the pastor of the church. The ophil us . Carter is convalescing from an illness of a few days. < Wdlliam Parson, visited friends in Ashland, Saturday. Honorable C. A. Hall addressed the citizens at the Eighteenth Street hall Friday night. MT. CARBON. M. H. Hill, was at Fayette Satur day on business. Rev. S. E. Wiljams filled his reg- .] ular appointment at Powellton Sun- t day and returned. Monday, reporting successful services. Rev. D. Stratton preached two very instructiye sermons Sunday at Kimberly. Rev. Jeremiah Menze, of Transki, South Africa, who delivered ' ? ? i a series of lectures on his native country and is traveling In this state under the direction of tho Baptist General Missionary, Rev. R. D. >W. ; Meadows, spoke to a large audience in the afternoon.--; - \ Richard L. Scraggs, who has for sev eral years been suffering patiently ! with a peculiar stomach, trouble, passed away quietly Monday morning at five o'clock. . The deceased was seventy-five years old. It seemed that he spent all his life in Fayette * county and was highly respected and loved by all who knew him. He was a devoted christian, having been a member of the Baptist church for more than fifty years. He was a cousin to the Rev.. W. W. Scraggs, who is actively engaged in the gos GET A NEGRO DOLL Why Not Make Your Children Happy on Christmas Morning? The National Ne gro. Doll Company of Nashville, Ten nessee, is offering this year to the Christmas shop pers beautiful, well-made, dolls that fully repre sent the 'refined Twentieth Cen tury Negro. They have had these dolls made up in large quantities to be disposed of at popular prices. A doll can be had for from - 25c UP TO $8.50 Doll as it appears when dressed. If any per son desires to see art illustrated catalogue with com plete prices , send us 5c, and we will send this booklet Kxpr?f?s C.har^rH Puidl on All Doll* Ov^r $1.00 Send 5 Cts. at once for a Catalogue Doll as i t looks v/ben purchased National Negro Doll (g. R. H. BOYD. Pres. H. A. HOYD, M^r. 519 Second Avenue, North, NASH VILLI-:, TENNESSEE. What It Means A savings account stands for thrift, industry and independence; for freedom from the cares the present and uncertainties of the future. It represents economy and self-denial and, that the possessor has taken advantage of an opportunity. We offer you this same opportunity now if you will deposit $1.00 or more with this pay 3% interest, compounded semi-annuelly, on savings, and welcome small accounts as large. & THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN CHARLESTON L. PRICIIARD, President. CAPT, J. R. SEAL, Vice-President. H. L. PRICIIARD, Cashier. J. D. FOSTER, Asst. Cashier. Capital, Surplus, Undivided Profits Resources National ? ???: ???? '| p61 min Ib try.' ' He leaves two sons and two daughters. HOLDEN. The lecture given at the Baptist ihurch Sunday by Rev. Win. Herde, i>f Cincinnati, was very timely and a large audience was present. Mrs. Mary Coates, of Hilger, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Newel, left for her home Monday Mrs. Newel accompanied her home. Dr. T. H. Nichols left Monday for his home in Huntington to be ab- , sent two weeks. Mrs. Fannie Smith, who has been indisposed, is better. Win, George Henderson and ^mos Jones were in Logan Monday 011 business. Mrs. Hilton who was called to Columbus two weeks ago on account of the seiious illness of her mother, returned Thursday accompanied by her son William. She reports her mother better. Mrs. P. E. Hopkins, lias returned from Philadelphia where she was called on account of the illness of her mother. Mrs. Harriet Brown has returned from East Liverpool, O., where she spent several weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. Malinda Tyler. Mrs. Emma Crawford entertained the Baptist church Aid Society Thurs day evening. After the business of the evening, dainty refreshments were served - ' Miss Ella L?andcraft is very ill with typhoid fever, Julian Burger has returned home after spending, the past two months in Philadelphia visiting his sister. EiiKiNs. Mrs. John Williams entertained at her residence on River Street, Mon day night in honor of the Hotel Gassaway boys. Those present were Miss Mary Scott, Miss Maggie Rob inson, Miss Hattie Anderson, Miss Bettie Wilson Miss Bettie Criss and John Dandridge. Mrs. James Samuels, who has been quite ill with grippe, is some better. Miss Gertrude Danaway, the evanglist of Parkersburg, is helping Rev. Alleyne, of Virginia chapel to carry on his revival. John Dandridge is visiting friends at Charleston this week. The Halloween dance was largely attended at Daugherty Hall. ? Miss Nannie Stout, of Grafton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Grace Rail ing, River St. AN f PEAL HUSBAND is patient, even with a nagging wife, for he knows she heeds help. She may be so nervous and run-down in health that trifles annoy her. If she is melancholy, excitable troub led with loss of appetite headache, sleeplessness, constipation or faint ing and dizzy spells, she needs Elec tric Bitters? -the most wonderful remedy for ailing women. 'Phou s-anda aro suffers from femalo troubles, nervous troubles, backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy. Try them. Only ,00c. Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists. 1 l-3-4t. A MAN WANTS TO DIE. only when a lazy liver and sluggish bowels causes frightful despondency. ' But Dr. King's New Life Pills expel poisons from the system; bring ho<po and courage; cure all Liver, Stomach and Kidney troubles; Impart health and vigor to the weak, nervous and ailing, 2 5c at all druggists. ' 1 l-3-4t, ( HOTEL BROWN Jv^l I ==A Popular Hotel For Colored Pepole? ;jt QC DAAMC 50c., 7?c. and $1.00 Pep Day. ^ Od RUUlllJ Lodging 35c and 50c 500 CAPITOL STREET, CUAKLES10IV, W VA. S One Block From State House. New Phone 1098? VI SI'KCIAL RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH //-^, V m T. W. HALE. B. H. HANKINSON. H. & H. TAILORS CLHANKKS, I'iUOSSIiltS AM) MAKEKS OF MEN'S CLOTHING. I'hoiio J38GX. Shop: 428 State Street. \ CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY HOURS: 8:30 TO 1:30 P.M N 2:00 TO 3:00 P. M, Dr. James B. Brown Dental Surgeon Office: Room J , K. of P. Bldg. Home Phono 429, HENRY T. M'DONALD, President mmmmummm N. C. BRACKETT, Treasurer. II STORER COLLEGE Harper's Ferry, W. Va ?Founded in 18(17 ? More than '400 men and women have graduated here. The oldest . school In the state for Colored students. Magnificent location. Eleva tlon high. Remarkably healthful. Ample buildings. THREE NEW'^W BUILDINGS BEING ADDED TO OU R PLANT THIS YEAR. The regu- ill lnr faculty of sixteen highly educated, earnest teachers does not Include*?! assistants. Our Library catalogued according to the Dewey System, Is one ?f$T the largest In the state. J'iyfo} FIRST GRADE CERTIFICATE S ARE GRANTED TO THOSE MEM- ?| BERS OF THE GRADUATING CLA SSES WHO ARE RECOMMENDED TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Storer is interdenominational ||l In its faculty and student body. Its whole influence is toward Christian living. Literary Societies, Christian Organizations, Musical Clubs* Bands and Sane Athletics. ' v,ill COURSES: Academic, State Normal, Industrial, Music. For illustrated catalogue and other printed matter write to The President THE CRYSTAL BATH HOUSE i n Owned and Controlled by th o Knights of Pythias of N ?.;*! America, South America, Eur e pe, Asia, Africa and Austr ,$j * ?. The only bath house of its kind in. * the United States for Colored People, receiving its hot water direct from th# , J United States Government. Equipped}! j with all the latest , improvement#. Experienced attendants. Steam heatr * ed throughout. , PRICE OF BATHS: $4.00 per course of 21 baths. $2.00 per half course of 10 bath*. 25 certs per single bath. !j| Knights Oi Pythias and member? of the Court of Calanthe with eer~$ tiflcates of good ?tandit?g In tl- ?ir respective lodgef are entitled to half: the above rate?. fit ? & ft T * ii Attendants' Fees Per I $1.50 per Call on or Address - CRYSTAL BATH HOUSE ? course of 21 Baths course of 10 Bath J. R. SMITH, HOT SPRIN