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OUR SEMI-ANNUAL
DOWN
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BEGINS SATURDAY, JULY 1st
FOR 27 YEARS, TWICE A YEAR, AT THE END OF WINTER
and Summer, we have given to the people of Charleston and its vicin
ity, unusual and extraordinary reductions on Men's and Boys' Suits,
Trousers Hats, Underwear and Etc. We do this to enable us to make
room for the arrival of the future Season's merchandise.
For this sale, which begins Saturday, we have marked our men s and boy's
SUITS at Greater reductions Than ever Before Known. This means from 1-4 to 1-2 off on every
Fancy Pattern now in stock. On the Opening Day, you will have large assorments of the well known
makes of "Benjamin," "College Brand", and our guaranteed "Clothes of Quality," from which to make
your selection. - -
?iq.75 SUITS
t |-or meil anj young
Men. "BENJAMIN" and COLLEGE
BRAND CLOTBES That absolutely
Sold for $25.60
MM5 SUITS
t*""" For Men and Younn
Men. These were $20 and $22 sel
lers and are shown in (irey and
Tan mixtures in the newest styles
m.40 SUITS
V- For Men and Young
Men. Newest elfects In oar GUAR
ANTEED CLOTHES OF QUALITY RE
DUCED from $18 00
MEN'S SUITS
CP THIS Includes
GOOD STYLES
????? & PATTERNS
WHICH SOLD FOR $12.50 AND
$15.00. DlIT ARE ALL ODD
SIZES AND BROKEN LOTS.
$8
BOYS SUITS Greatly REDUCED
Our Kntire line headed by th-? latnous extra ?i<x>d
brand is included in the following list of extraord
inary reductions.
$:?.<)<) Suits during Sale $ 2.35
$4.00 Suits during Side $ !tOO
$5.00 Suits dining Sale S 3.05
$<t.OO and (J. 50 Suits during Sale $ 4.05
Hoys Soft and Straw Hats at Cost.
SUITS
mQC For men &
mUtf Young Men
This line of
SUITS Consists oi Every lancy
$15 & $16.50 garment ?,a few
odd sizes, that sold for $18.
$1.50 "X1 Tro,,sors. $1.20
$1.00 79c
75c Hoys Trousers (Miring 55c
$5.00 ^:rT?rs,)urinB$3.95
$4.00 sr ?"Hn8 $3.20
$3.00 s!:.r T."o,,s,.'rs. l)uri"K$2.35
$2 00 ^?!'t yats ?)ur*n^ <5 5
A A Special Soft Hats, l)ur-?ft Off?
i>eKUU ]ng Sale . ". . ..... . . .
flQ /"A Stetson Soft- Hat, I)ur-tf|A O/T
)w.DU in^r Sale ?]>??Oe$
SPECIALS FOR THE OPENING DAYS
Men's 50c underwear, athletic or lull lenglli
nansook, soisellc or Balbriggan OOC
SILK IIOSE only in SHADES of
GRAY and BLACK
50 CENT MEN'S SHIRTS 39 CENTS
SEE
WINDOW
DiS
" PLAY "
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WINDOW
DIS
PLAY
222 CAPITOL STREET
National Negro
Business League
t 4 ?
. iVlI'Ii DKYOTH o.nk day or us'
UriTIiK HOCK AIUv., SESSIONS !
IN Al'(U*sT to Tin: 1,1 vi; m;
CtHO HI' SIX lOSS MFA (>l OKI/A
HOMA.
nThe Twelfth Annual Meeting of
lb$ National Negro Business
League will hp hold at Little Rook, j
Arkansas, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, August 10th, 17th and IMh
193 1 . The program for the meeting
in now being formulated and will
hqoti be published.
The progress being made by the
Negro people of Oklahoma has in
duced the officers of the League to
aside the morning session,
Thursday, August 17th as Oklaho
ma day. Opportunity will be af
forded the live Negro business men
of this now state lo put before the
Wintry not only the opportunities
t\*at are open to enter prising peo
pl^e, but a etatement as to how frhoso
9J>portunitieB are already being tan
<?11 advantage of along ail linos of
business and in professional and ed
ucational directions as well. Tlie
Negro town of Holey, for instance,
lias .inst installed a 000.00 light
and power plant, and there are many
other evidences of superior progress
being made hv the Negroes of that
state. j
Scipio A. .1 OIK'S, President of the
State Negro Business league ot
Arkansas, announces that the Slate
League and Local Negro Business
League of Little Kock have then
plans fully matured for the coming
mooting. The Chamber of Cotn
j mono and the hoard of trade,
through tbei* respect love seereta
ties, are in active co-operation with
Messrs. Jones, Bush, Hooker and
others. The entertainment Com
mittee of the Chamber of Commerce
has appropriated $.">00.00 for the
I entertainment of the T/oague and in
addition will provide for the place
of mooting. The Local Negro Busi
ness League of Little Hock will also
| make large appropriations to cover
all features of entortanmenti for
j those who are present at the com
ing mooting.
I Delegates from the Eastern and
| Western States can reach Little
| Rock wthout annoyance of any
Ichaiacter. if they will organize
i Special Pnlrnan or Tourist far par
ties in accordance with the plans al
i ready announced hv the National Or
i ganization and published in the va
rious newspapers of the country.
{ .1. 10. Bush, a member of the Execu
tive Committee of the National Or
ganization is especially anjcjous that.
I large numbers of delegates from the
j Northern, Kast cirri and Wcetern
fttates attend the coining meeting,
J so us to see something of the prog
i ress being made by the Negroes of
the South.
with n,\ v i,imiu;k i w
After finishing the contract lie
had with a Rlakr>1\ concern for work
I in the woods of North Carolina, W.
i H. .1 <'i c]< has returned to Charleston
I and accepted a position with the
Clay Lumber Company. He will
i leave tomorrow for .Middle fork,
on the K. & M., where he will look
after the interests of that concern
lie has been spending a few days
here with bis family and will go to
his new base of operations within a
lew days.
30 RETAIL AND FOUR
WHOLESALE LICENSES TO
SELL SPUMOUS LIQUORS
In City of Charleston
Granted By Council
Last Night
Licenses for thirty retail Mid four
wholesale liquor establishments
which will pay the city $'50,000 in
license fox, were passed upon favor
ably at the special meeting of coun
cil last night. Of the thirty mem
bers present all but four, Messrs.
Kriend Cochran, O. Devinney, S. P.
Richmond and K. A. Klip ley, voteif
in the affirmative on the question.
Ten members were absent,.
The only other matter of Import
ance transacted was the authoriza*
tlon by council of the appointment
If you are working "'and saving your money and putting it in a bank where you get no interest, keep
In# It tn a trunk or hiding it some where about your house ? You Are Working for Money.
If you are working and saving your money and investing it in a safe way, where it will b^ working
day and night whether you are working or not, arid making you v* least six per cent, interest ? Your
Money is WorkSag For You.
The Pythian Mutual Investment Association was organized in order to give us an opportunity to put
the money we could save together and then put it to work. The above is a picture of our building on
the Capitol Square in Chujleston. ,We have just purchased a splendid three story brick building on out
of the main business streets in the city of Huntington. The first floor is occupied by the Huntington
Herald, the largest daily newspaper published in that section of the state, the second floo* is used for
office rooms, while the third floor is a large assembly and lodge hall. This building is sure to pay u?
well. After the Charleston building had been occupied only eight months our stockholders w*re paid a
dividend or six per cent.
Siock Is still on sale at -^lO.OO per share, either paid jip or or on th*> installment plan. Aalr your
agent in your locality about It or write to this office.
?LET YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU
r >
of a committee of six to confer with
the board of affairs 011 the water
franchise question. President Bur
dette will name the members of the
(onunittee today.
Below is the list of licenses and
the location of their places of busi
ness:
Retail.
1. H. D. Robinson, building
owned by Mary Watkins, Gil Vir
ginia street.
2. Hugh (Jeoglian, building own
ed by Mrs. E. W. Wilson, 7 1.1. Vir
ginia street.
3. W. C. Young and H. F. Schmidt,
building owned by 1,. Swartz, 30
Summers street.
4. W. J Greenlee and W B. Har
mon, building owned by Thomas
Fopp, 705 Virginia street.
f?. Robert Hamlin, building own
ed by Charles Capito, 21 Summers
street.
f>. H. .T. Beckner and A. \V.
Smith, building owned by Mrs. K. W.
Wilson, 709 Virginia street.
7. J. Fred Englert, buildfng own
ed by Lou Wehrle estate, 5 26 Kana
wha street.
8. N. C. Smith and W. K. Har
rold, building owned by T. F. Woods,
!) Summers street.
9. George W. Beller, building
owned by Celt on estate, 80S Kana
wha street.
10. F. M. Clemens and B. F. Bot
kin, building owned by N. S. Bur
lew, 0 2 7 Kanawha street.
11. I. Marks, building owned by
C. B. Bohnert, ol7 Virginia street.
12. Sol Cohen, building owned by
Lena Shore, 712 (Kanawha street.
13. .T. T. Martin, building owned
by Cotton estate, 804 Kanawha,
street.. _
14. E. T. Tarrett, building owned
by Wagner estate, 70S Virginia
st rent.
1 f>. John Davidson, building own
ed by .1. M. Saunders, 126 Lovell
st t eet.
10. T. A. Rosenheim and D. F.'
Rosenheim, building owned by C. E.
Champe,'l01 Summers street.
17. J. P. Clark, building owned
by J. P. Clark, U4 Summers st.reetT
18. R. T/. Shamblln, building own
ed by ,J. M. aunders, 120 Charleston
street.
19. E. S. Amos, building owned
by Ifovd and Quarrler, 201 Charles
ton street.
20. S. 13. Jarrett and B. C. Gil
lespie, Livingood building, 007
Kanawha street.
21. E. Remarking, building ownv
ed by A. Middleburg, 117 Summers
street.
22. A. J. Thomas, building ovfned
by T. H Farley, 5 20 Kanawha street.
2;]. C. E, Zimmerman, building
owned by J. E. Butts, 219 Capitol
street (rear lobby hotel Fleetwood).
24. J. E. Southall, building own
ed bv 1). C. Poyee, Rroad street (Elk
Hotel building).
2f>, Willinm Carson, building
owned by Carson Brothers, 210
Charleston street.
2 6. 1j. K. mith, basement hotel
Kanawha, post office square.
27. W. T. Chandler, building
owner] by Dave Bauer, 508 Kanawha
street.
28. John T). Garten, building
owned by J. M. Saunders, 122 Lovell
street.
2 9. Fred Foster, building owned
by Mrs. Myrtfe ttafir7l6 Virginia
street. ??
30. .Tamos Ix)velaca, building
owned by A. S. Polan, 15 Sumufers
street.
Wholesale.
1. Homo Distilling Company, by
1*\ IT. HanUe, manager, wholesale
beer and liquors, under sect ion 9 1!
of chapter 3 2 of the code, in the
building owned by Cotton estate, 810
Kanawha street.
2. The Geo. Weldemann "Brewing
Company, by Chns. I5'. Kiefer, man
ager, wholesale beer, in the building
owned by the Geo. Weldemann
Brewing Company, at 1122-1121
Smith street.
o. West Virginia Brewing Com
pany, by Wirt W. Donnally, agent,
wholesale beer, in the building own
ed by the Diamond Tee and Cold
Storage Company, Elk street.
4. Kanawha Brewing Company,
bv J. Fred Englert, manager, to
manufacture and sell the products
of its brewery at. wholesale, building
owned by the Kanawha Brewing
Company, corner Welch and Dryden
streets.
. ? ?
A CHAKMlNCi WOMAN'
is one who is lovely in face, form,
mind and temper. But its hard for
a woman to be charming without
health. A weak, sickly woman will
he nervous and irritable. ' Constipa
tion and kidney poisons, show in. pim
ples, blotches, skin eruptions and a
'wretched complexion. -But, Electric
Bitters always prove a godsend to
women who want health, beauty and
friends. They regulate Stomach,
Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood;
sivo strong nerves, bright eye?, pure
breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely
complexion and perfect health. Try
them. T>0c at all druggists.
G-l -4t..
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