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1 Local News J
Mike Keating left for points south this morning. ( FOR SALE ? House in good lo cation. Geo. F. Bell. Jack Reitz of Weston, arrived in the city last evening. Rev. II. B. Bowden of McMech ^4 en, was in the city today. Ai McMullin. oil operator, went to Fittsburg this morning. Capt. T. W. Talbott made a bus iness trip to Wheeling today. There was a much appreciated change in the weather today. ? _ > ? ' ? ? T" / # i The river is in a fine boating1 j stage now for the season of the j year. Everett Williamson, oil opera tor of Friendly, was in the city today. Thos. Chestnut went to Ben's Run this morning to iook after his oil interests. L. C. Ailen returned l ist ev-| cning from a short business trip to Wavnesburg, Pa. Samuel MeOrmick of Mata moras, was a business caller in j^tlie city today. Miss Florence Maher, who has been visiting relatives in Parkers >burg, has returned home. > ' * ? D. J. Henderson and grandson, Master Cecil Cutler, spent the d iy with friends at Matamcras. Mrs. II. P. Brandow ot* New York, is visitinir her mother, Mrs. Sterritt, and other relatives. Mrs. E. W. Talbott ad sister, Miss India Witten, spent yester day with relatives at Marietta. Mrs. E. R. B. Martin, who has been visiting her parnts, Mr. and Mrs. T,. L. Stealey. of Middle Ayers jJ^5arsaparilla. Used in all parts of the world for over 60 years. Has the unqualified en dorsement of thebestphysicians. A strong nerve tonic. A blood - ? ? * _ n ?urifierof?reat?Ower^ C. Ar?r Co. . ?Lowll. M??? bourne, returned this morning to her home at St. Marys. WANTED ? Girl for general housework; good wages. Call on Mrs. D. E. Thoenen, 117 Virginia street. P. Y. Debolt returned yesterday afternoon from Fairmont, where he has a position in the Normal school. ? _ ? . ? , The steamer Kanawha passed this point at 11 o'clock today on her way from Pittsbrug to Char leston. FOR SALE OR RENT? Six room house in good location. In quire TV. E. Cummings, 112 East street, city. - A. Schamahorn of Purslev, re turned last evening from Charles ton, where he has extensive busi ncss interests. Misses India and Anna Witten, who have been visiting their sis ter, Mrs. W. E. Talbott, returr.ed today to their home at Wheeling. WANTED ? Girl for general housework ; wages $3.50 per week. Call on or address Mrs. G. W. Stocking, 410 Wells street. Mrs. J. F. Hall and two children who have been visiting relatives here for a few days, returned this morning to their home at Wheel ing. The ladies of *he M. E. church will serve soup and lunch at noon and in the evening, and also ice cream and cake, Saturday, May ? 0 ? Dr. Edward Boone of NVw Mar tinsville, was in the city today. Dr. Boone is a member of the board of pension examiners which iu*t there today. While a bilious attack is decid edly unpleasant it is quickly over when Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are used. For sale by Hill Bros. A MATTER OF HEALTH Absolutely Pure HAS KO SUBSTITUTE J Rub-No-More 1 J Soap i Wash days will be a pleas- j I ure to you when you begin to j j| use Bub-no-more Soap. We j Ij have it. | L. L. FRANTZ I "THE LEADING GROCER' ^ 316 Diamond St., Si?tereville, W. Va. Bread and Butter If you can get good bread and j butter half the worry to get some- j thing to eat is oyer. We handle ! the famous Stroehmann's Vienna j Bakery bread, Wheeling's mostj popular bread ; outsells all others i in Bellaire, Martins Ferry and Ben wood. We have it in . Mothers 5c and 10c loaves, Cream, Gluten, Rye and Vienna. We handle the well known Gold Meadow Creamery Butter; once tried alway used ; a pound, 32c. We have made arrangements with some of the best butter makers in this section of the country to keep up supplied with country butter. A fresh lot just in; call and see it. M. A. Sybert Grocery Co THE POPULAR GROCERS. 'Phone 88. W. IT. Burns returned t his mor ning from Pittsburg. W. J. Russell returned this ! morning from Pittsburg. Frank Kuehne made a business trip today to Matamoras. Capt. B. T. Bowers of New Mar- ] tinsville, was in the city today. J. II. Dodge went to Marietta this morning to visit his family. Dave Wertheimer returned last | evening from a short business trip to Cincinnati. J. B. Brennan. member of the John S. Navlor Dry Goods Com pany of Wheeling, was in the city today. Mrs. G. B. "West Went to AVoods field, O.. yesterday afternoon on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mooney. A summer man and maiden, A clear blue sky, The man endeavoring Her shoe to tie. Man proposes. Maid gives happy sigh: Girls, when you wish to hurry matters. Wear GORDON DYE. Ask at Stewart's for GORDON DYE hosier}*. Mrs. Roht. McCormick went to Woodsfield, O.. yesterday after noon to attend the funeral of the late Judge Pearson. Mrs. McCor mick will pay a visit to relatives in the Ohio city before returning home. The Sistersville Daily Review comes to us in Mav-day attire. At first we did not know it, but a ; closer inspection shows that Maj. Glass is capable of doing some en ergetic stunts in the way of mak ing a newspaper. ? New Martins ville Dispatch. . "i ' raftlg Just As You Say 1 i / ? * i* ? ? ? ? ? ' . ?' ' n ^ V',1 M When you buy the Boys' Suit, it's a matter ? ' ~ ? iSS of money and what you want, nothing else. If you'll give us $2.50, you can have as tough a suit as ever was made. If you'll give us $3.50 you can have a better suit, better lined, better made in every way. Give us more and we will go further in fineness of cloth and making -$4.00, 4.50, $5.00 and $6.00. Nothing gets these thing but money, but it takes less of it here than at other stores. We treat your boy like a little man, but don't give him clothes that look like they were his father's shrunken. We pay the same attention to styles for boys as we do for men. STRAW HATS Tor lien and Boys Now Ready. It Pays to Talk With Ua | WERTHEIMER, SONS & CO. Strictly One Price ..Trmnil hiiiiim E. Stewart & Co. Yes It Is So! The large catalogue houses send out to you very good looking propositions on paper, but do their goods back it up? Would it not be a sav ing and a pleasure denied you by these con cerns to do business with'us? We think it would and there is only one way of proving to you that this is a fact, that is by you doing your part by making a visit to this establishment where you will find all that you may wish in the way of Dry Goods, Millinery, Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, Underwear, Hosiery and Corsets with a good sprinkling of novelties at a very low price, quality considered. Special sale on White Goods this week at a price that cannot help but interest prospective buyers. Agents for Bntterick Pattern*. "This Store Stands for Quality and Price." THONft flJ. 2I8TIEJVILIX W. TA. M7 WtDi Stmt an* KB McEinte? *' itvi ? '' WV" sL -i i A:'i irr* fr' ' ? . * . *?; - .