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I 9 ? ? ,? Local News * ? . . Come to Brinkmier's Studio. ? ? ? . Attorney F. L. Blackmarr went to Pittsburg this morning. WANTED ? A third cook at Ho tel Wells. m ? t ? f ? Frank Kuehne made a business trip today to New Marlinsville. Postmaster George E. Work .went to Parkersburg this morn ing. , ? ? _ ? J. L. Simpson of Jaeksonburg, was transacting business here to X day. ? ? ? J. R. Bowles of Little, was an afternoon business caller in the city. ? _ ? ? r Hannibal Williamson of Friend ly, was a business visitor here to day. Thomas Ileneghan of Clarks burg, is calling on friends in the city. W. E. Culp, a well-known oil operator of New Martinsville, was in the city today. L. A. Witten, merchant of Mil ler's Hun, 0., was a business caller in the city today. James Wood, a prosperous far mer of Kidwell, was a business ^ caller in the city today. Read Fisk's advertisement in today's Review, and watch. his ^ space from this date on. J. S. TToekinberry, proprietor of the Brunswick Cafe, was a Wheel ing business caller today. S. (r. Pylo. a prominent republi can of Middlebourne, went to ParkersLurg this morning. Alex Boyd, manager of the Na tional Supply Company, went to Parkersburg this morning. Paul Dolan went to Clarington, O., this morning, where he will spend a few days with friends. W. J. McCoy, of the finn of McCoy & Alexander, was a Park ersburg business visitor today. Two prominent oil producers liad a mix-up in Alley A yester day afternono. Nobody hurt. b? -i ; sJ * v Sheriff IT. B. Sh river of Mid dlebourne, was in the city yester day afternoon on official business. Y John Kirchner and Wm. Rouse of Middlebourne, went to Parkers burn; this morning' on the 11:18 train. Will Woodcock, a popular young man of Xew Martinsville, was an afternoon business caller in the city. Mr. and Mrs. George Titus of New Martinsville, were calling on friends and shopping in the city this afternoon. P. E. Thoenen and James and Sareaparilla. Used lo all parts of the world lor over 60 years. Has the unqualified en dorsement of thebestphysicians. A strong nerve tonic. A blood purifier of great powerj?ffi? Will Russell went to Newport, 0.. this mofning to look after their oil interests in tint vieinliy. ? _ ? ~ ~ ? Prosecuting Attorney I. M. Un derwood of Middlebourne, passed through the city this morning on his way to New Martinsville. Joseph McKay and Sheriff IT. B. Shriver are having neat sawed stone pavements laid in front of their property on Catherine street. I. Archer of Next, had photos taken at Brinkmier's Studio, lie only wanted a few, but seeing the beautiful proofs selected eighteen. Summer is fast approaching. Two citizens, overburdened with hope and confidence, were seen on the streets today wearing straw hats. Mrs. Charles Wells went to Parkersburg this morning, where she will spend a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thaw. The hour of the funeral of the late Mrs. Rhodes has been chang ed to 11 o'clock Wednesday. The services will be conducted at the Baptist church. The supper to have been given at the Citizens' Hose House on to morrow evening by the woman's guild of St. Paul's church, has been postponed until some future time. Attorney J. II. McCoy return ed to the city this afternoon from a pleasure and business trip com bined to Pittsburg. Mr. McCoy made the round trip on the ele gant steamer Queen City. Council convened in regular session last night and transacted a great deal of important busi nesss. The meeting did not ad journ until very close to the mid night hour. A detailed account of the business disposed of appears in today's issue of the Review. The independent school district j election is being held today. As we went to press indications were very favorable for Sistersville to become an independent district. | The Review will contain a report of the result tomorrow evening. The polls will not be closed until A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS MO SUBSTITUTE EVERYTHING FOR SATURDAY Celery. Lettuce. Kale. Radishes. Rhubarb. Spinach. Green Onions. New Beets. Green Beans. New Peas. Cucumbers. Cauliflower. Pineapples. Ripe Tomatoes. Fancy, full quarts, strawberries only 19c per box SPECIAL Spring wheat flour 85c per sack Pastry flour only 65c per sack Potatoes, fancy home grown 40c per bushel "Wheeling bread and pure creamery butter always on hand. L. L. FRANTZ "THE LEADING GROCER' . | 316 Diamond ^t., Sistersville, W. Va. Everyone don't know it, but it's true, canned pineapples are much better than the fresh fruit. We are speaking, of course, of really good pineapple, like the brand we handle; shredded or sliced, ready for the table, 35c the can. Like other goods we handle, it's guaranteed to be the very Inest obtainable. Order now. We are too busy to write an ad todny, but watch this space tomor row. M. A. Sybert Grocery Co THE POPULAR GROCERS. 'Phone 88. sundown, and all those who have not yet cast their vote should not fail to do so. This city should he made an independent school dis trict. E. A. Durham, president of the Tyler County Bank, went to Park trsburg this morning to look after some business matters in connec tion with the large estate of R. G. Caldwell, deceased, of which he is executor. Mr. Brinkmier makes the finest large oval photos a short time six for 75 cents. He has taken a number of sittings last few days, and everyone is highly pleased with the work. lie guarantees every one will be satisfied. I Notice. The members of the Rebekah ' and Odd Fellows lodge are re quested to meet at Odd Fellows' hall on Wednesday, May 3, at 10 ; o'clock a. m., to attend the fu neral of Sister Rhodes. J. C. LEWIS, Sec. j Unclaimed Letters May 2. Barnes, Miss Mary. Cangage. Mr. Hen. Daley, Mr. II. B. Haines. Mr. J. 0. Harder. Mr. Roy. Hunt, Mr. James W. McFadden, Mr. Jas. Miller. Mrs. Nellie. Newman, Mrs. Susie. Smith, Mr. Oeo. Stacy. Mr. F. A. Victor. Mr. Frank. Wilson, Mrs. Nettie. Croma, Mr. John. Mullen. Mr. ITelke. Attention, Rebekahs! All members of Minnehaha Re-| bekah lodge No. 76 are requested to meet at their hall at 11 a. m. J to attend the funeral of Sister Anna Rhodes. All visiting mem bers are earnestly requested to meet with us and take part in the ? exereies. . BY ORDER COMMITTEE. SOLOMON IN ALL HIS GLORY Never wore a suit like these, because the styles have changed quite a bit since then. In those days all a man wanted was to be covered with a loose robe. We of the present time are more par ticular and the more particular you are the better we like to fit you out. ;?????????????????????????: ;?n??mmn?nnn?n?ir:!i:?;:iit:i!tmt Men's and young men's suits; made up in tlie newest and mast approved styles; hand-worked collars and shape retaining coat fronts; these are some of things that make our clothing different from others. ummtmmrnmmmmmmmmmmm Single or double "uieasted sack suits; all the newest c-oths and styles: $10. $12. $15, .$18 and $2 !0; youn men's suits; single or donbld breasted; all the newest thinbs; $8. $10, $12, $15, $18 and $20. ITundreds of pairs of single pants; all prices. ?Mn?m????nmmi?inminiiiiiiiwnni iMiHiiiiimiiiiiniMiHHinniiiiiiiiimiiHH BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING "We have everything th;i t is new in this line; all the new styles in all the new elotha; $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00. SHIRTS ? We are prepared to show you the most complete and up-to-date line of shirts ever brought to town. Light and medium-weight underwear; all kinds. It Pays to Talk With Us WERTHEIMER SONS & CO. Strictly One Price * E. Stewart & Co. \ Thank you for the most successful Easter business in the history of this firm, we think we merit it for we have rummaged the markets of all the large cities for mer ? chandise that would be pleasing to you. We still have * anything you may wish in this line. We ask you to make a call and see our range of hats from $ 1 .50 to $4.00, we also show you hats from $5.00 to $25.00. White Goods and Wasb Fabrics This department certainly deserves the prestage it is shown by the ladies and we feel more than repaid for our extra efforts in this department. We have everything, you may desire at prices from 5c to $ 1 .50 per yard. ..<*23!* A* Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery The different lines are complete and up-to-date with all the latest in black and lace hosiery, black lace boot with hand silk embroidery at 50c worth 75c. Tan in plain and drop stitch, white in plain and lace boot. A common re mark we hear daily is, your hosiery at 1 5c straight is bet ter than we have been paying 25c straight for, what better proof do you want. Agents tor Bntterick Patterns. "This Store Stands for Quality and Price.'' YHONB fli 8I8TXEIVIL1X W. VA. 107 WtUc Street tnd 503 McKinley ^;auliilmgBCcmHtaniim?mmuttu,iiuvummMf!nmimiaiUiiiJmiiiuLuiuiiiiiinum'Jiu?"Juii!>rM'jM!