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i I To-morrow is pay day with the Carter Oil Company. ? ? ? ? Window Shades for 7c. at the Fair Store. W. B. Kerns was a Matainoras business visitor to-day. Notice the warm weather? Straw hats cheap at the Fair store. Jesse Holmes, of Long Reach, was a busines caller in the city to-day. Fancy large Strawberries only 8c per box at L. L. Frantz. F. G. Locke, of Locke, W. Va., was a busines caller in the city last evening. FOR SALE ? Five room house, ?112 Williamson place. Inquire on premises. Mrs. J. Weaver, of Parkers burg is visiting Mrs. P. Quigley, of the South Side. FOR SALE OR RENT? Six room house, good location. W. E. Cummings. C. E. Morris, of Friendlev, was a business caller in the city to day. Jay. Force Breakfast food at 11 <*ts per box at Sybert Grocery Co., Saturday. Capt. F. E. Boyles left this morning for Wallace, where ho will visit his daughter for a week. June 10th we stop to make $7.00 photos at 75 cents at Brinkmier's Studio. Attorney E. R. B. Martin, of St Marys, was in the city to-day on legal business. Ladies' White Duck Skirts, worth $2.00, for 98c at the Fair Store. Liveryman John Stealev re turned last evening from a busi ness trip to Pittsburg. I am going to close out my entire stock of goods at cost. First come, first served. Mrs. A. W. Terrill. Will Downes, of Smithfield, at etnded the Military Band hall given at the Armory last night. Get in on some of the bargains at the Fair Store. Big monthly sale now going on. Mrs. D. E. Curran left this morning on a visit to her former home at Washington. Pa. WANTED ? Next week ? A few more eustomers for the best milk that can be produced. Frank Phillips. F. F. Fnrbee, of Middlebourne, passed through the city this morn ing on his way home from Wet zel county. FOR SATjE ? 7 room house with bath and eras and cellar. Good location. Price $750. Inquire 130 Benton street. Tn another column of the Re view to-day appears the menu for Sunday dinner of the Sea Food Club. An experienced chef is in charge of the culinary depart ment, and these feasts are always elaborate and much enjoyed. Their quarters are handsomely A MATTER OF HEALTH Absolutely Pure ' HAS MO SUBSTITUTE jJ^Tfalr^PIJjJor. Gives to gray hair all that soft, dark, rich color so natural to early life. Checks falling hair ; keeps the hair soft and smooth, and prevents split tine^nthe^nds. c- Ar*?Co" fitted up, and no pains is spared I for the comfort of the Club mem bers and their guests. Sheriff II. B. Shriver of Middle bourne, was in the city fo-day on official business. T. J. Buck, an influential citizen of Buck Run, was a business caller in the city to-day. Strawberries only 8c per box and large Pine Apples $1.25 per dozen at L. L Frantz. Col. R. M. .Jennings, a promi nent Pittsburg oil operator, was registered to-day at the Hotel Wells. 17 pounds of best American Granulated Sugar for $1.00, at M. A. Sybert Grocery Co., Saturday and Monday. George Wolfe and family left this morning on a visit of two weeks with relatives at Kellett ville. Pa. You have all the advantages of a city market at M. A. Sybert Grocery Co., Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Brennan and son James, of Wheeling, are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. John Stathers, of Russell avenue. Just take your basket and go to Lee Frantz and he will filll it with the good things to eat. Strawberries only 8c per quart box. The many friends of Mrs. M. D. I lanes, of Avenue A, wil re gret to learn that she is quite ill. The patient has inflamation of the bowels. Green Beans, Cucumbers, Rip? Tomatoes, Cauliflower,, New Beets and Cherries, in fact everything at Lee Frantz, the Leading Gro cer. C. E. Bailey has moved his fam loy to the residence on the South Side formerly occupied by Clint Moore. 2 pounds of Fancy Aprieots for 15 cents at M. A. Sybert Grocery Saturday and Monday. Will Schupbach, manager of the grocery department bf C. Ej. Schupbach, returned this morning from Pittsburg. The laxative effect of Chamber lain s Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect of the medicine. For sale by Hill Bros. t ? ? % Rov Suter, a popular attache ol the boot and shoe store of Koltzebne and Murrey, returned from Pitsburg last evening. Mrs. T. W. Atkins, who has been visiting friends in this city for the past week, left this morn ing for her home at Cameron. M. A. Sybert Grocery Co., will have a big supply of those lar^e delicious W. Va.. home gro^i Strawberries for Saturday's Mar ket. _ ? ? _ ? W. I|. Short le has accejvted a position with the Sistersville Window Glass Company. Until recently he has been connected with the Tyler Window Glass company. Mr. Brinkmier, a skilled Wheel ing artist, is now at his studio (>12 Wells streefL, taking photo graphs. Mr. Brinkmier has two studios in Wheeling, one here and many at other places. Ho has heen so busy elsewhere that he has neglected his business here very much, and has personally made no sittings here since 1S93. but he promises to make up for lost time while here, and give his patrons some fine work if they call with out delay. The- charges for the same will be but a trifie. Mr. Brinkmier promises to stay as long as he is kept busy. lie sent signs and advertising Inst week to show that he was coming, but the employees at the studio here failed to put them out, so he ar- j rived unadvertised and unex- i pected. but he hopes his friends j and patrons here will not delay in 1 gi\*ing him a little work to do at ; once.. v . ; Saturday and Monday Specials AT THE BIG STORE Some of the best specials we have ever offered on for this week. If you are an economical buyer we are sure of your business. Our Special Offering For This Week. Special No. 1 Pure Lard. Armor's pure leaf Lard, sold all over at 10 to 12 l-2e a lb. Our special price 9c Special No. 2 Force. The regular price on this, the most wonderful of breakfast foods is 15 cents a box. Ask your grocerman. Our special price a box 11c. Special No. 3 Apricots. We have just received a large shipment of fancy evaporated ap ricots. The regular price of these goods is 15 cents a pound, to make them move quickly, onr special price will be 2 lbs for 15c. Special No. 4 Tea. We have a very good grade of Young Hyson or English break fast Tea, which if blended will make a very good piece of goods iu the cup, one that would cost, you at least 50 cents a pound Our special price a pound is 30c. Special No. 5 Granulated Sugar. Best American Granulated Su gar, the kind you are paying 7 cents a pound for. Our special price for this sale 17 pounds for $1.00. Special No. 6 Cream Cheese. Our Jersey brand full New York Cream Cheese, the finest Cheese ever offered for sale on this market. The regular price is 20 cents a pound. Our special price a pound 15c We always lead in everything tha't is good to eat. Our Satur day market will be in keeping with former Saturdays. "Nuf Ced." We have added one of the swel lest quick delivery outfits to our business ever seen in West Vir ginia. We are prepared to de liver all orders on short notice. M.A. Sybert Grocery Co THB POPULAR GROCER8. 'Phone 88. Careful buyers will watch for the specials advertised by the Sy bert Grocery Co., in this issue. Ed. Davenport, a genial trav eling man of New Martinsville, was supplying his patrons to-day with groceries. Frank Moran purchased a fine riding and driving horse to-day from liveryman John Stealey The price paid for the animal was $300. IT. S. llindman, of Bradford, Pa., has purchased, through his agent, II. J. Harris, the interest in the Big Knot oil field, of the Dril ler's Oil Company. Considera tion private. FOR SALE Improved City Properties at prices ranging from $200,00 to $10,000,00. Call and see my list. J. FRED NEILL, Real Estate and Insurance Agt Wells Building. Sistersville, . |W. V?. Our Standard FOR < Good Clothes 4 ; Meets with the continued ap proval of well dressed men, and our extraordinary success demonstrates that this store is the recognized center for correct fashions in men's at tire. * Our Spring and Summer Suits of L. Alder, Bros. & Co. Rochester make are particularly noticeable because of their decided originality in pattern, weave, beauty of cut and ex cellence of workmanship, $ 1 5.00, $ 1 3.00 and $20.00. Other good makes $3.00, $ 1 0.00 and $ 1 2.00. cor* tic mt. m ?r L 46UUL Uu? * IV All kinds of straws in all the new shapes 50c, $ I , $ 1 .50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00. 1 TIME TO CHANGE Your underwear, we have all the new light and medium weights, in all the new gauzes, balbrig gan and lisle threads, 50c to $2.50 the suit. It Pays to Talk 'With U? WERTHEIMER, SONS & CO. ! The One Price Clothiers 719 Well? St E. Stewart & Co SPECIAL VALUES ALL THIS WEEK We offer as a suggestion to you the following in goods which you no doubt will appreciate as they are true value, Dress Goods in Fancy Checks and Stripes. 300 yds. Brillianteen. former price $1.50 per yd., now $1.19. 450 yds.. Brillianteen, former price $1.25 per yd., now 98c. Other good values at 75c. and 50c. per yd. 1,000 yards White Madras in all the neat and small dots and fig ures former price 29c. to 39c. per yd., now 23c. per yd. 1,500 good puality colored organdies and lawns, fast colors, you will say they are cheap at 10c. Ourprice for this sale 4 l-2c. per yd. Silk Suits ? You Cannot help but see the value of these suits. They an* superior in silk and workman-ship and are selling at $10. One lot of 50 white waists at justl-2 price. Our line is still unbroken in ladies' and Misses' head wear but will not remain so long as the deep cut in price is bound to make big selling for all this week. We would ask you to cast worry and trouble aside for this time and we will do the rest. Store closes at 6 P. II. except Mondays and Saturdays and the I Oth and 1 1 th of each month. Agents for Butterick Patterns. None Higher than 20c.* "This Store Stands for Ouality and Price." PHONE HI. . SISTERSVILLE, W. VA. rL 507 Wells Street and 503 McKinley Avenue. i I H ?! II II'IIMH ? " ltlf!