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1 See our display of High Grade but Low Price Leather Couches and Bed Davenports in our window. There is nothing any better made and the price is not as high as you would pay for low grade goods. : YOU CERTAINLY WILL NEED a Refrigerator this month. We have the best hard wood and medium price Refrigerator on the market. We have not said anyhing about I Iron Beds and Bedding for some time. I We still handle the Cleveland Brass land Iron Beds and Bullerdecks Fa mous Mattress. We have just received a large ship ment of room-size rugs. Come and see them. Frame & Henderson THE HOME FURNISHERS, 'Phone 121 | 400, 402, 404 Diamond Street, Biiterivilli, W. Va. All The Best Toilet Soaps Among our choice line of soaps you will find all the best toilet soaps now on the market. When buying toilet soaps we are exceedingly careful to secure soaps of fine quality, soaps pure enough and good enough to use on baby's tender sensitive skin ? soaps that are beneficial to the skin ? soaps that could not possi bly harm the skin. Corbitt's Pharmacy 'THE OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE" fa GOOD RECEIPT ") f f There is no better evidence of the payment of a bill or an account than an old cancelled check; neither is there a safer i way to remit money than by check. These things with lots of others are here for the asking.. The Peoples National Bank Capital, $75,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $23,000. BISTERS VI LLE, W. TA. H. M. STANBERY 1IVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER Real Estate Agt. Morrison Building, Sistersvilk, West Va. Mffe ... / v ; \ _ m Oldent Dwellinfrn In Europe. One of the very earliest human set tlements In Europe Is Ileche Corbon. ou the banks of the Loire, seven miles above Tours. Here limestone cliffs stretch for miles and are pigeonholed with caves, which are on different lev els and open on to terraces. When the re?t of the country was nothing but forest land Roche Corbon was a thriv ing settlement Inhabited by wild skin clad predecessors of the present cave dwellers. ? These terraces and caves were formed by the action of mighty rivers, and during the glacial period, 1 when the climate of that portion of France was very severe, man drove out the bears and hyenas and took ref uge in these natural shelters, which faced south, and so became human set tlements of a primitive sort. Near at hand were the rivers and great forests full of fish and game. ? I The river is still inclined to act in a dog in the manger manner, despite the heavy rains along the headwaters last Saturday and Sunday and later. The local stage at five o'clock Monday afternoon was eight feet two inches, at sev en o'clock this morning it was eight fe^t one inch, and at noon yesterday eight feet three inches. The river was rising slowly at Pittsburg aud Parker this morn ing, but stationary elsewhere. The postoffiee authorities have called the attention of posmasters throughout the country to a regu lation forbidding carriers to sell tickets for picnics on their routes, or to have any negotiations which are in effect, asking for sums of money, which it would not be pleasant for the recipient of the mail to refuse. The regulation is sweeping and comprehensive. Re ports have come in of late regard ing various enterprises of this i sort, which, it is assumed, had | been started because he law had been so little invoked of late. Lest this old world should lie come jaded and weary of itself, says the Philadelphia Press, we have each year 1he army of grad uates, eager, hopeful, enthusias tic, and with a zest for life which arouses even the pessimist to a fresh irfjterest in humanity and things. The cocksurencss of the average graduate and his tem erity in attacking problems so great that the wisest have lain | down under them often provoke a smile: yet we love him none the I less. We cannot do without him. ITe is an infusion of fresh blood into t lie world's veins. He quick ens our hope and our self-confi dence. and helps us look upon the whole vast scheme of things with a kindlier eye. We believe in him, even while we sigh over the rude disillusionments that await him and because of him we be lieve more heartily in ourselves. ii Locally j ji Penned I <r * Subscribe for the Daily Review, j ' 5'.''.' t7 ? v " " ' ' ' ? aammmmmmnanammmmmmmwwwmmwwmBMU MIIIIWIHIIIHIMIIIMIIIIIIIHIHIMMIWMIIIHMMIHIIIIIIII ????W j?S !? I .? C. E. Schupbach Thursday, Friday and Saturday I Lot Matting Remmants I 7 Q|^ | GROCERY DEPARTMENT a* Big A Flour, fancy patent - jjjj. Reed Rockers with arm ? i aw 'n. . , . ? rests, worth $2.50 - $ I .VO , p,cklcd ^ 3 . . A _ Pure Leaf Lard - i rw Hammocks, Large /7r [n i IUC assortment - lOv IU ?P"|_ Cream Cheese |5c Oak Dresser worth $10, -#d-*7 CA I * ?vw | Loose Roast Coffee - 1 2 I "2C Oak Chiffoniers, worth $7 ^ ^ 6 Bars fine Toilet Soap - 25C Cream of Wheat, pkg. - i Corn Starch pkg. 5c 2 Pkg. Grapenuts - - 25f Best Calico Print in Red and cr Blue, worth 6c - - Jv Mohair Luster Suitings | o i or worth 20c - I A I "il Ladies Turnover Collars, Ecru i and Arabian colors - ? "v Presto Sc Strictly Fresh Country Butter, Eggs, Vegetables and Produce. SCHUPBACHS DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 34 2 1 2 2 1 4 2 1 6 Diamond St. Sistersville, W. Va. i!$S ! ;* #??* * * * # ? ********#**???? 1 1 1 *jj * 1 1 * ?!| l?|| ?!! 1 1 ?!! !?!! I I ?I! ?I: I I ?i! I I ? ?????????????????????????? ???????????????????? ? Dry Goods, Carpets, X Millinery and Ladies' | Ready-Made Wear. The Largest Store in Tyler, Wetzel and Mon roe Counties. ? l At One-Half Price Now Is Your Time I All Records of Previous Efforts Broken. Seasonable Goods Odds and Ends to go Regardless of Actual Cost. All of Our $1.15, $1.25, $1.35 and $1.50 qualities in Velvet, Axminster and Moquett carpets, making, lining and laying included, will go during this sale at 95c per yard. Curtains, door pan els, linoleums, oil cloths, and window shades also to go at a great reduction. : i < ? ? ? ? i We have placed our entire stock of Ladies Tailor Made Suits, Ladies Jackets, y0 gdyan, Ladies, Misses and L , . . Children's Hats at ,a9? of he ,ow exactly half price. Pr'ces ^at we are All shirtwaist suits, *? se" our shirtwaists, ladies' entire stock of wrappers, kimonas, Wash Goods, Dress ZSXST.'>+ * duction of 25c on an(* White Goods, the dollar. GREAT REDUCTIONS Will be given through our entire store. It will pay you to call and see and investigate.