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FINEST MARKET HOUSE
COMPARATIVELY FEW CITIES IN THE COUNTRY CAN ROAST A MEAT MARKET WHICH REGU
LATES THE TEMPER ATI' RE AS HESIRED IN EVERY PART R\ PRECISELY THE SAME METHOD
RY WHICH ICE IS MADE AT A FACTORY.
BY THE OL1) METHOD OF REDUCING THE TEMPERATURE, RY APPLYING A PIECE OF ICE,
A MARKET COULD RE MAIM: COOL IN SPOTS ONLY, AS IN THE REFRIGERATOR ROOM.
RY THE NEW METHOD OF REDUCING THE TEMPERATURE RY A COMPLETE REFRIGERA
TION SYSTEM. WE CAN REGULATE THE DEGREE OF HEAT OR COLD UP OR DOWN FROM FREEZ
ING TEMPERATURE JUST AS WE PLEASE IN ANY PART OF THE MARKET THAT CAN RE REACH
ED RY A METAL PIPE.
WHAT THAT MEANS TO YOU
THAT MEANS THAT NOT ONLY THE PRODUCTS KEPT IN OUR COLD STORAGE ROOM WILL RE
AT A SANITARY DEGREE OF (\>LD. RUT THAT THE PRODUCTS SHOWN IN OUR WINDOW, Tlih
PRODUCTS IN OUR INSIDE DISPLAY CASE, AND EVEN THE PRODUCTS ON OUR COUNTER, ARE
ALL KE1T ALL THE TIME, AT SUCH A TEMPERATURE AS TO BE FREE FROM INFECTION.
TOUCH THE PIPES SURROUNDING OUR COUNTER AND YOU WILL REALIZE WHAT OUR RE
FRIGERATION PL \> T MEANS TO YOU, OR, BETTER S TILL, LET US SHOW VOU OVER I HE PLANT
AND EXPL YIN FULLY ITS WORKINGS. WE WILL TAKC. PLEASURE IN DOING SO.
WE GIVE
WE SELL
HODS
Sperry & Hutchinson Green Trading Stamps
LIKE EVERY OTHER RETAILER, WE APPRECIATE CASH TRADE,
AM! W E KNOW NO BETTER WAY OF SHOWING OUR APPRECIA
TION THAN RY OFFERING THfc GREEN STAMPS, THE VALUE OF
WHICH IS SO WELL RECOGNIZED WHEREVER THEY ARE KNOWN.
Meat
OF EVERY KIND, EVERY PIECE OF WHICH, ROTH ON FOOT AND
AT THE ABBATOIR, HAS PASSED THE MOST RIGID INSPECTION
AND HAS BEEN HANDLED IN THE MOST SANITARY MANNER.
FIsti and Game
THAT HAS KEEN PROTECTED IK-RING SHIPMENT BY THE MOST
PERFECT MODERN METHODS OF REFRIGERATION.
Supplies Including Vegetables, in Season, Butter, Fggs.
AND MANY PICKLED. CANNED AND BOTTLED PRODUCTS.
A Specialty of Star Ham and Bacon
WE WOULD KEEP A R FITTER BRAND IF WE COULD. RUT THERE
IS NO RETTER MADE. WE MIGHT KEEP SECOND OR THIRD RA TE
PRODUCTS. WHICH WE COULD OFFER AT A FEW CENTS LESS PER
POUND. BUT WE PREFER TO GIVE YOU THE BEST AT A REASON
ABLE PRICE.
OUR LIST OF REGUL \ R PATRONS IN< Ll'DES THE NAMES Ol' THE
MOST CAREFUL RUYERS OF CHARLESTON AND THE KANAWHA
VALLEY. WE ARE PROUD OF THE PATRONAGE OF MEN AND WO
MEN WHO
Know What Ihev Bny and What fhev Pav f or It
WE FIND IT EASIEST TO SATIS! Y SUCH CUSTOMERS.
THE LABORING MAN'S SILVER TS. COMPARATIVELY, JUST AS VAL
UABLE TO US AS THE RICH MANS GOLD.
Uniform Price and Uniform Con iesy
DEFINES OUR POLICY. A CHILD'S ORDER RECEIVES EVEN MORE
CAREFUL CONSIDERATION THAN THAT OF A PERSON OF MATURE
YEARS AND JUDGMENT.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. OUR ONLY METHOD OF SECURING IT IS TO BE WORM OF IT
GIVE OS A TRIAL
HOLZ BROTHERS
v:
713 VIRGINIA STREET
SoV
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Charleston i
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Hcov, Downs "Showered." ? Key. \
R. K, Downs and family. Thursday
Jiiglu ot iaf-i week, wei" au.e<-abl\
and subst an' ially .-uroris< d and made;
I
the recipients of a hour, t ifal supply
of groceeries by tin* following; Mes-1
dames Lillian Starks. L< ota Claire. ,
Martha Washington. Sophia Spencer,!
C.- H. James, H. F. Gamble. .\latzt:ie
Barnes, Edward llumbbs and
George iWiiley; Misses Nina Clinton
? Greene and Francis St arks: Messrs. I
asiiingiuii and Geo. Claire, th'
, latter presenting on belialf of others
a neat sum of money. M ;?>. Spencer (
?was made spoke.- man for the com
pany and assured iP.( pastor of the
esteem n which he is h ? 1 ! and the,
hearty good will of many fri'Mid*. The:
store was added to i.!:c n< \ day by
others, i
Prof. Curry f'reache*.-? i'rof. K.
W. 15. Curry, of Crbana. Ohio, was
greeted by a large congregation at
the morning hour of worship at Simp
son M. E. church. His sermons and
gospel hymns made o deep impres
. sion. Tho pastor. Rev. .1 s. Carroll,
preached at night. 'Ihe Sunday
School held its regular monthly mis
sionary meeting. Next Sunday th'
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will
be observed at the morning service
when the entire membershio is urged
to be present and participate. The
world's temperance day will be ap
propriately observed Sunday.
looses Eye. ? In a practice scrim
mage on tin- football field of 1 1 ? ?
\\'c.-i Virginia Colored Institute.
\ ( s t < rday. II' r'iu n James, r: r.<< rial
*i<idV-nt from (lallipolis, ().. his
eye hall pierced by sorn" L
j< <t entailing ihe loss ol" .'no al ,!u.
The unfortunate young man was
brought to Charleston and examined
by an oculist, who, while able to
save the hall could do nothing : > \
stoic it., sigiiJ. li was impos-i >'.e ..
ascertain the nature of the objv' t
flicting the wound. Xo blame is at
tached to anyone.
Church Holm- Fair ? Monday nigh!
will mark the beginning of the
Church Home ; ;i i i- at the parsonaue.
Tor, Young .-treet which will contin
ue for live evenings for the benefit of
Rev. Down s .-alary and current
chur'h debts. The affair will be in
eharci" of .Mrs. .1. A. Darker who
has a lar'je suppl\ of crock' ry ware
odds and end.- purchased from the
Nov es China Store, Refreshments
will be on hand and admission will
be free.
Dies at Advanced Age. ? Kev. Wil
liam II. ames. whose serious illness
was reported in these columns last
week, dud I'ri'av in his rooms in
the K. of I', building at the age of
seventy years. Mr. Seams had been
a sufferer Pom ranker of th? s'om
o< h and his dea*h. while a shock was
no surprise to his fatnl'y and intimate
friends. 'I he rema;ns were to
D'e chapel < if the Simpson Undertak
ing Co., where funeral services were
I held Friday nieht. They were IMcr
itaken to Buchanan, Va., and interred
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.'unda. i. fiic presence of all his
1; : 1 1 : 1 \ v. nli t.lie exception of one son.
? }i- iiiignl-dicd Gue^t*, ? the
'i . i. i i-vfl guests registered at
):? \ :'!'?? -n. last week, were: Bish
op pn.il Mr:-. \V. B. Derrick, Flushing,
X. V.: Rev. \Y. 11. Thomas, Hunting
ton; A. 11. Smith, Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. Galloway, Pittsburg; Rev.
Cfr?;ham, lOlkins, and Prof. J. A.
Shields, St. Albans.
IteiiMer of Deeds Sp-'nk ?. ? Henry
Lincoln Johnson and Rev. 10. \V. B.
Curry w-iv the principal speakers
at the Rf publican rail y hell at tho
( o:i)-t house Monday night. Mr.
.Johnson arrived in the city Monday
neon and was the gue<-i of Phil
Waters who entertained him and a
numbe' of otlvr friends at the I.
B. r. (). 10 W. cluh at luncheon and
dinner. Mr. Johnson made a deep
impression on his hearers, as did
Rev. Curry, doing much to "1in*? up"
the X'egro vote. lie returned to
Washington Tuesday morning.
Installat'on of OJllc.'Ts. ? A pub
1 1 ? installation of the officers of the
councils of the St. Lukes will be
h 'ld in the K. of 1*. hall, Monday
?\enin:r. 1 >r. .las. B. Brown, Prof.
.1 V. J. Clark. Rev. .1. S. Carroll, Mrs.
Annie Kulks Davis, Miss Esther
Kulks a il l Prof. Byrd Prillerman
will take part in the program. A.
P. Strauther, of Hinton. district, dep
uty. will he chief installation ofTVer.
After the installation refreshments
will be served.
Personals and Locals.
I
f Miss Rosntynde Friend was In tu?
city Monday from Institute shop
ping.
Mrs. J. E. Brown. Lewis street, is
indisposed.
I The Ladiee* Art Club met >vlth
Miss Ilattie Taylor. Court street this
week. Aftter business hours a dain
ty luncheon was served. The next
meeting will be hold at the ho^ie
of Miss l^lllie Bowles, Caroline St. j
Will Bowles was here Tuesday to
vote. !
j Emmett Colbert, formerly of this
city, is at Rock llill. N. C.? in search
of health. But little improvement,!
S however, is noted in his condition.
\ Mrs. E. E. Whitfield, of Washing
i ton, D. C.? is visiting Mrs. Marie
; Alexander, Sent?, street.
Mrs. M. O. Mitchell. Mrs. Annie ,
Smith and sons, Abner and Henry!
B., spent Sunday in St. Albans, the j
guests of relatives.
! Mrs. Sallie Campbell and Mrs. ?
Ward were guests of friends in I
Huniington Sunday. I
j Miss Julia Irving spent Sunday in
! Maiden with her mother.
| Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Washington
1 will return to their home in Rocky
' Mountain, Va., in a few weeks,
j On Sunday Bishop W. B. Derrick
and wife worshiped at the A. M. E.
! church. Rev. W. 11. Thomas, the
presiding elder preached at 11a. m.,
and the bishop in the evening.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the St.
Paul church will meet at the par
sonage Friday night. They have per- '
fected arrangements for an enter
tainment at the church on Monday, *
the 2 1st Inst.
J. C. Campbell, who has been
campaigning in McDowell county re
turned to the city this morn'ng.
O. L. Ferguson, of Nutall, was a
business visitor to the citv Wednes
f
day.
Miss Emma Meadows, of Wini- .
frede. was a business visitor to the . ^
city Friday. L
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Boyd enter ? <
faincd Bishop and Mrs. Derrick at j
dinner Monday even'ng. L
Mrs. Ada Burton and little son, ' |
Kcnney have returned from a visit. (
to relatives in Lex'ngton, Va. j<
Mrs. L O. Hopkins was tho bos- j
tess of the Improvement league 1
Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. J. llazle- I
wool will entertain the club this
week.
Mrs A. F. Davis spent Tuesday of 1
last week at Institute. While there
she spoke to the Homemakers club j
in the interest of her hospital work.
A contribution was made for Mrs.
Young, who is in n^ed of assistance.
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XOTICK OF TRUSTEES SALE.
Under authority of Deed of Trust
made by Alice Roberts and Thomas
Roberts, her husband, to the under
signed Trustee dated January IS,
1910 and recorded in the office of
Clerk of the County Court of Kana
wha County, West Virginia in Trust j
Deed Book 35, Page 57 4, given to
secure payment of a note therein
described to Biddie Fogarty; default
having been made in the payment of
said note, and being thereto request
Still Going Fast
Underwear
Half Hose
Sweaters
Jackets
Cloaks
Bonnets
UNDERWEAR OFFERINGS
Right at the opening of the season,
cases of new, best qualities, seasona
ble, desirable wear, practically? ^'Gi v
en Away" ? Room we are after, must
have - -yon get t h esF cost or le3s ? "
Road the prices, examine the goods
? buy ? Children's heavy fleecer! Un
ion Suits or in separate pieces ? the
more you buy the cheaper you get
them ? Odd lots in medium weights;
Misses' medium weights, broken lots
at 19c. a garment. Some 300 prs. ;
men's broken lots including heavy
fleer-os and ribbed wear worth up to
50c for 2 1c. Men's all wool Shirts
and Drawers, worth from $1.00 to
Borne broken lots, these, re
member, are best wool for G9c.
SWEATERS AND HOSIERY
Here is where prices' will count ?
Ladies heavy white or gray Sweaters
worth up to $2.00 for 98c. Boys'
?Sweaters, 4 9c to 9Xc in wool ? 500
Men's Sweaters 4 9c to $2.44, worth
nearly double. Men's Union Suits,
Tioys' heavy Union Suits, La'Mes'
pure weol Union Suits ? Ladies'
Lamb's Wool Vests and Pants, 98c
each.
About 5 casps Ladles and Children's
Hosiery at a saving of from 2 5 to 40 j
per cent ? look it over? Men's heavy |
yarn half-hore ? special values.
CLOAKS, CHILDREN & MISSES
We mvv n some 500 Children's Cloaks
... T-eso are all placed from $1.25 to I
$?.oo. No one of which can be,'
matched anywhere near this price. I
We are making this sweeping price,
ac v.e need their room ? Misses' I
Cloaks 0 to 14 years old, any and |
all at one-half value. Baby Tx>n* i
Cloaks In big variety from 98c to'
$5.00.
Large lir.o-Baby Caps go with these
Cloaks.
Kanawha Banking
AND
Trust Company
Charleston, W. Va.,
i~$45o, ooo.oo
3 Per Cent Interest Pa id on
Savings Accounts
?d by said Bill die Fogarty, I shall on
Saturday, October 22 d 1910 at 10
m., at the East Front Door of the ;
Court House of Kanawha County,
West Virginia, on Court Street in the |
?ity of Charleston, proceed to sell
the property conveyed by said Deed
of Trust, to the highest bidder, for
cash, the said property consisting of
i house and lot known as Lot 6 of
Block 2 7, West Charleston, which lot
:ronts 25 feet on 4th Avenue and
'uns back 120 feet to ail alley, and
jcing the same Lot. No. 6 of Block
27, which, was conveyed to Sarah J.
Brewer by the West Charleston Com- i
!>any, a corporation, by Deed dated
Lhe 14th day of July, 190 5, and re- j
worried in the County Clerk's office
)f Kanawha County, West Virginia,
n Deed Book No. 9S, Page 17 8, and
being the same lot of land conveyed
to said Alice Roberts by Sarah J.
Brewer by Deed dated September 2 5,
190S, and recorded in the office of
Clerk of the County Court of Kana
wha County, West Virginia, in Deed
Book 114, Page 189.
L. E. McWIIORTER,
9-14-4t. Trustee.
THE NATIONAL, ItSXIGIOUS
TRAINING SCHOOL, DIR.
HAM, N. C.
offers an unusually strong course for
yirrpf re.eT'^who are preparing to en
(f.? C:?rirt5?n Ministry. There is
al ? n iiviring field for the train
oil T': ; *? : ' . j
1 a -itu rfp by distinguished men w'.ll
oe delivered throughout the entire
course. It will be thorough in every
particular. It will seek to combine
the cardinal principles of religion
ami work.
One Hundred young men are de
sired to enter this particular Depart
ment.
I The regular seho3? ie>in o^ens
October 12, 1910.
All applications for admission must
be made by September 15, 1910.
For further Information al.lress,
The President,
National Religious Train
ing School, Durham,
North Carolina.
7-2 5-3 m.
I'- no eli Smith, Presidents
Vice-PrestsM
Edward \Y. JBrlghtwell, Cashier.
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Charleston, W. Va.
CAPITA Ij STOCK, $250, 000.00.
We soluit the accounts of firms and individuals and give special
attention to out of town depositors. We pay three percent interest
on savings aeeounts and invite correspondence or personal inter
| view in regard to opening an account.
| Accounts with this bank can bo opened by Post Office Money Or
der, Express Money Order or Registered Mail, and will have the
I
? same careful attention as if attended to in person.
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Jj. M. liftFollette
J. C. Morrison
IF
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you can save from $5.00 to $10.00 on a Fall Suit or Overcoat with
out sacrificing one particle In quality, style or tit, by placing youi g
order with us, most of you ara willing to do it. I
We Guarantee
every thread and every stitch Quality, Style and Fit and the
guarantee is absolute.
A trial will convince you.
Aronstam and Cohen
Formerly Kcononty Tailoi'ln.nOoimmiiy.
Tailors
COUNKIl CAIMTOIj AM) VIIWilXlA STS.
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed/' {
"Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly*
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of
the U. S. Patent Office.
GREELEY & MANURE
\ Patent Attorneys
Washington, P. C. ^

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