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Racks and cases
biggest reductions ar
i. ?44.50 Automobiles
?3.45 Stag Handle
| ?3.85 Stag Handla
$4.75 Stag Handlo
. Carving Sets. 'i..
$5.25 Stag Handle
$6.90 Stag Handlo
?8.75 Stag Handle
|P" showing just he
choice stock of
|T Wrap season h
rp~ threshold of cc
|L permit of instan
f mixtures. Ligla
early corners s
r tjJV.le/ |
IS't; they're the be
W~ cents worth yoi
[,> stantial looking
|T written all over
If Skirt has seven
|L- front jacket has
| fail to recognize
||" suits?to look n
r ALL HOI
\still as ad'
. I" KURAM?THE
STONE & THOMAS.
Weather Forecast Tor To-iluy?Fal
s. & ~
warn, j wa.WWJ'JBL
morning, and the energy with w
vill clearly show that all classes c
cash?and that in a hurry.
to be cleared. The d^ns'
eon the higher priced ?8500 Suit
$22.00 ' ""I
o no w irv - i
isnmg uept. oo<
(JjQ Cft Bibles.
5)0.OU ?1.75 Oxfor
(DO flfl $1.90 Oxfor
$0.0 U Bibles.
<t>G K f) lamps, Vas
vpO.OU Cut Glass, e
ONE & TH<
JED. M. S2IOOK & CO.
ere, . :
>w we're going to decimate our ^
Ladies' Wearables. Wheeling's ?
; just opening?we're on the
>ld weather, and these. prices
FAKE YOUR CHOICE"
>f about fifty Ladies' and Misses'
Short Jackets in Coverts, Kerseys. "
cheviots and the popular Oxford
it ones and dark ones?everyone
;ain, but don't forget that the "
ecure the choicest.
VIORE CHOICE PICKINGS- .
\bout torty Jackets in this lot. ,
Mever mind their former value. >
5ee them and you'll agree that -<
:st six dollars and seventy-five .
1 ever had in the Jacket line.
\ POPULAR PRICE
:o pay for Suits. About 25 in this
ot, half of them answering to this
description: One of those sub- H
black cheviot suits?high quality
it; in fact, it's our latest arrival,
i gores. The short double box "
satin fining throughout. ,[f you
the under-valuc, look at the
neans to buy.
^ertised?yi, XA and % off.
: remedy for chapped hands and
not sticky?the bottle 25c.
hich this sale is to be
)f merchandise must be
FaHor Made Suits
sold at the most radical re:
VI EN To
ire s tock of Oxford Teachers' Bibles; also
yer Books reduced as follows:
. , . . t t t ?. , ?4 I lk I VW
d Teachers' 60c
d Teachers' 70c
d Teachers' (Jj | Q Q
d Teachers' (jj | g g
rd off on all Catholic Prayer Books.
rth off on all decorated Hall and Table
es, Japanese "Ware, Terra Cotta Busts,
~ 50kc 3ntcli%ena>r
|tj Ofilco: ;>5 und 27 .PourfeonClt Street.
: New Advertisements.
E3 January Clearance Sale?Stono & ThomjS
m When .You Turn, the New Leaf?Nay's\
?? Fancy Prunes?Jam B. McKeo Co.[:I
tKS Ileal Estate Bargains?OrlofC L. Zane.
M For Sale?Howard Hazlett & Son.
w| For Sale?Simpson <fc Tatum.
13 Important Notice?Chamber of Com03
M Dividend Notice?Commercial Bank.
\J Stockholders' Meeting?Wheeling anfi
i- UVIHIUIIV JJIIU?C
Stockholders' Sleeting?People's Bank.
To-day-Georgo E. Stlfel & Co.-FiM
Your Opportunity?The Hub?Eighth
There Aro No Reserves ? Georgo R,
Taylor Co.?Fifth page.
Lost?A Fox Terrier Dog?Third Page
Wo ljftvo fitted more than twenty
thouBand palraof Spectacles, giving uh
a record and oxporlonco unoqimllea by
an.v other optician In Wost Virginia.
J ACOlV "W. Optician.
No. lHO(f Market Stroot.
Dent & Adler Gloves.
Wool Knit Jackets.
Wool Office Coats.
Wool and Cashmero Hose?a
leader-?25c a pair.
Suit of Clothes ? Overcoat and
Trousers made to order on short notice.
C. HESS & SONS,
Fashionable Tailors and Fine Furnishers,
1321-1323 Market St.
The Last Opportunity.
Water rents aro now due, and are
subject to a discount of 10 por cent,
if paid before December 31. 2Jot taking
advantage of tills discount is
equivalent to borrowing inonoy at
tho rato of 40 Tier cent Der annum.
Sj Can you afford thisF lUrmembor, in
v| order to savo tho discount you -will
liavo to pay your bill on or before
U Monday, December 31. Offlco open
M every night this week until 8 o'clock.
|jj To Make "Washing Machines.
K A company of local capital has been
H organized for the purpose of manufacy
turlng washing machines in this city,
S Tho new machine, which Is said to be In
|3 the nature of a revolution over any ma|
chine now In use, Ih the invention of a
eg Cameron man. The new compauy hue
ajj bought the patent for the sum of $5,000,
w They are being manufactured on ji
,j small scule on the Island now, but it Is
1| the intention of tho new company tc
m erect a large, modern manufacturing
n plant. Tho new company Is not yet Infij
corporated, but a charter will bo sen I
i| for thin week.
I Work Soon to Boftin.
Work on the big now business block
to be occupied by the Locke Shoe Company
nnd the News Publishing Company,
on the alley corner below the
3 fihttoft'or & Drlehorst building, on Main
w street, will begin in a few days. The
building will bo of handsome design In
! brick and stone. It will be six stories
In height. The contract for tho work
has been awarded to R. F. Perkins, whe
will have men ut work In a few days
raxing the old buildings now occupying
Turn the ,
write this resolution
*t the top ol
! "I'LL BUY ALL |
MY SHOES AT
Do this and you'll !
not only get the
hefit shoes: hitf vu/? H
! will guarantee a | !
| I neat saving during 0
| J the year 1 j
I l90L 1 '
?AH B. McKEE 00.
!; FANCY" PRUNES. j!
S "Wc recently received a large In- ]'
*, voice of the famous Dr. Handy <'
* brand French Cured California ,
', Prunes, a product of the famous >
* Santa Clara Valley. Meaty, glossy, ,' ,
* black fruit of lln? flavor. Medium < *
'. KUe, the pound 10c. Larg- i nAn <' i
*? cat size, the wound I Z-b <' J
* CRANBERRIES ?Fancy Jersey <*
i? bcrrlen, at the quart 10c <
' FllESII LAID EGGS?We guar- <
* > nntoe every pgg strictly fresh? < *
'money back It It ain't so." no#, <* 1
* Price tho dozen ZOu > * '
i 5AM B. McKEE CO., ;
% "Grocers." :
J 'Phone 675. 2227-31 Market St.. <>
A MIDNIGHT ,
BURGLAR GETS 1
Of Unexpected "Warmth at tho Hands
of W. H. Keogh, a Pleasant
FIVE SHOTS WERE FIRED
At tho Fleeing Man, and Twice He
?Was Seen to Tall?He Escaped
The people of Wheeling's cast-oC-lo\vn
suburb. Pleasant Valley, were treated
to an exciting ten minutes shortly before
midnight, Saturday, n-hen five
snots rang out upon tne atmospnere
and created the greatest excitement
and consternation. All sorts of thoughts
were conjured ufc by the unexpected
fracturing' of the quietness so charac-' J
teristic of Pleasant Valley, and aa a j
consequence there was much hurrying
to and fro to learn what had happened. <
"What had happened can be briefly re- j
lated. Mr. W. H. Keogh? manager of
the Wheeling Bradstreet's office, was
awakened byb the noise of a burglar
attempting to enter a chicken coop on
; his premises. Having been made a
victim of midnight prowling on numerous
occasions In the too recent past, the
gentleman had decided to give the next
unbidden visitor as warm a reception
, as he could devise. Looking forward to
this coming, visit, Mr. Keogh had provided
himself with a shot gun, and his ?
colored man of all work, Lemuel Johnson,
had been similarly armed.
Softly raising the bath room window,
Mr. Keogh proceeded to open up a brisk
lire on the chicken fancier. Two shots
1 were enough to stop the enemy in his
i mad carcer?in other words, the fellow
proceeded to jump the nearest fcnce.
Mr. Keogh and Johnson started in hot
pursuit and got in three more shots,
after which the fellow disappeared in
the darkness, but both of his pursuers
are contldent he was wounded, as he
was seen to fall twice. A colored family
living at the rear of J. H. Kirk's
residence, saw the fellow pass near
their house along the creek bank, and
declared that he was limping.
So far, the name of the thief has not,
been ascertained, but if his wounds are
serious he will not be able to hide his
There have boon so many small rob- :
borles at Pleasant Valley that the res- (
idents ef the suburb are talking of i
following the example of their Eim '
Grove neighbors by organizing a vlgi- !
lance committee. j
DEATH OF SAM McDONALD.
Sketch of the Department Clerk Who 1
Killed Auditor Morris. I
Of Rum MnTlrtnnl.l Qunl.r,?..l1lA 1
the department clerk who killed j
Auditor Morris Inst week, Saturday's |
Steubenvllle Gazetto has tho-following: ^
A telegram came to the McDonald '
family Saturday morning conveying the j
news of the death of Samuel McDonald, j
afWnshlngtin City at 7 a.m. It caused .
genuine sorrow here, ns the deceased *
bad scores of friends here, and the sympathy
of friends goes out to the members
of his family In this and hour. His
death draws a veil over the scene
which Is now closed forever, and over
which continuation of life would have
meant more sorrow for friends. Samuel
MncDonald wns a son of the late Asso.
elate Judge William Mac-Donald, In Ids
i day a prominent and honored cltlxon
nnd a man taking an active part in pollties.
No family In our city enjoys a
higher place In the estimation of our
i citizens. As n child In school the men,
tul ability which he displayed afterward
In departmental work was evl:
danced to a marked degree. "When
twelve years of age ho had mastered
high school mathematics and algebra.
Ho went out In the Civil war at an
early age, and at Its close was appointed
to tt place In the departments at
Washington through Secretary Stanton,
where he rose to he chief of division.
During Cleveland's first term he was
dropped for offensive partisanship, and
was the only one to bo so relieved from
. this county, because ho had the record
of always coming home to vote, while
1 others stayed away or kept qulot as to
: whom they voted for. For this reason
i when Harrison was elootod he was very
t quickly re-appointed, having taken high
rank under civil service, and he hold
his position through Cleveland's second
> term. Kvcrybody who knew this blgi
hearted man. who was generous iu a
. fault, liked him. and this was uo here
' nnd In Washington City as well, where
his friends Wore numbered by the bun
V' ? THE H
until Saturday nigh
our Men's Covert
number of stylish ?
make, but in small
cember sales; also j
Overcoats. If you
lookin&for in the s
it all this week at i
from our former lo\
of Boys' Overcoats
WE shall also, beginn
on sale: 800 duzf
market, at 5c eacl
ISO dozen Cuffs at 10c per
odds and ends in Colored
in price from 50c to 98c, y
Don't delay, but corm
Remember, Overcoat sale
Shirt and Collar sale begin
Strictly One Pricc. All Goods Market
_ SAER'S C
t Should 1
Sold under the famous Du.
tee strictly lived up to. W
3f DUTCHESS TROUSER
:he sale on them in 1901.
^ Are the kinds we sell.
Y all we paj' for them.
Y than this.
f OUR LADIES' Fl
f SOLE Cincinnati-madc
Y values in Wheeling.
% Good at $2.00==--M(i
t?.* rt? tfr -fr rfr rjt rfr it?
lred, and while 3?e lny nt the hosp
Lhey called dally. He wan u mar
nasniflcent physique, standing six f
throe Inches high in his stocking f
Lie took dully exercise, and prided h
jelC'on his strength and prowess.
a.n. .1 ttnrv ?'nl l.tnfnrmnil mi\n .
ivell read. In fact, he devoured cv<
thing in the reading lino he could
ids hands on. "What disposition
be made of his remains Is not kno
but his wish that he be cremated
Ikely be complied with. He va
member of the G. A. It. He also
onged to a K. of P. lodge In Washing
2ity until It went out of existence,
ivas llfty-fdx. years of a Be. and is *
vlved by the following brothers
daters: W. H. McDonald, of the Bost
lar.a; Misses Emma and Mary Met
ild, at home: Mrs. J. H. Dorrington
\llegheny, and Mrs. C. F. Langfiton
Camden, N. J.
[ssuod by Dr. A. D. Hopkins, of
"West Virginia Agricultural Exj
iment Station?Sevonteen Year
custs and Hessian Ply.
It Is learned from bulletin C8 of
Vest Virginia Agricultural Experlir
station, Just received, that the perlt
:al cicada, or aoventoen-year loo
vlll swarm next May and June ovr
oi'gT? part of thesouthern portion of
itnte, and that fruit growers art* Wfl
id of the danger of losing fruit ti
danted next spring within this a
Che author, Dt\ A. D. Hopkins, give
ull account of the Insect and show
napa of the stnto the known dlstrl
ion of the eight or ten known hroi
>r swarms, which appear in dlffei
roars and In different sections of
itato. Instructions are also given
jrc.ventlng losses from the Injuries
his rust to recently planted trull ;
>ther trees. The bulletin c.onts
nuch matter of general Interest and
ormatlon, In addition to the vaitu
md practical suggestions and adylc
IJultotln (J!), by tho same author, ;
tupplotnont to Bulletin 67?'"J'he I
liun' Fly in .Weat Virginia"?and
; morning and continuing
it we shall dispose of all '
Overcoats; . also a large
freys, all of this season's
lots left after our big De-r A
i large assortment of Fall J
can find the coat you are jf
izc you need you can buy
r 25 rat CAT
.. 1 . -
v prices; aiso quite a lot
at the same discount.
ing Wednesday, January 2, places
;n Linen Collars, the best in the?.:
i, 6 for 25c, 50c for one'dozen, p
pair, 3 pair for 25c; also all our?
Shirts, about 60 dozen, rangingljf
our choice during this sale 35c!?
2 early and get the first choice JS
begins this (Monday) morning.fi
s Wednesday morning, Jan'. 2.
I In Plain Figures. Money Back lor (he Asking. Vl3
LOTHINO BOUSE. /#
ution for 19011
Include a Trial of m
IS TROUSERS! HI
Warranted ? style, / f:
' Finish just right? J |w\ 1 |
eTect ht." \ |! | _
?tect shape." \ | Ij !
i med well." I ij |
chess guarantee, and the guaranle
have sold three thousand pairs
S in 1900. We expect to double \
r^EET ?.* CLOTHIER, 1
E AGENT. V
CE SHOE CO.
Every pair must be worth * !
You can ask nothing fairer T!
NE DONGOLA FLEXIBLE y" p
; Shoes are the greatest shoe ^ j
2r at $2.50==Best at $3.00 %
Shoe Co. 1
? 4* ^ *5? it? & ti" *1? rh?U?U+U:U t'i
iltul eludes n report on the examination oJ"j|^
i ot 1 0ver 3,000 specimens of wheat stubbh
from thirty-four correspondents in fj&'
\xx\l twenty-six counties of the state, wltt. 1.^
He tables of results. Notice of the destruc- fe
and tjve ravages of the joint worm on wheat \''
,r"0t in ^ie northern section of the state is v'^
will also given in this bulletin, with suggeswnv
Hons and recommendations for pre '
gVi[J venting losses. m
\,G. These aro both valuable contributions
;ton from the results of original investigatlons
by the entomolcglst of thc?xper- !
iinent station, and are mailed free by
,011- the station to any one requesting them. ,r
Commercial's Good Showing.
The Intelligencer's annual bank
statement printed Saturday, showed/
what a good showing tht? banks had
made for the past year. This is further
^.]10 indicated by the annonucement that tho v
icr- Commercial bank has declared a 4 per J
L0_ cent dividend payable out of tho cam- ,
ings of tho last six months,
Tho Appetito of a Goat
icnt Is envied by all "poor dyspeptics whose
Jdi- Stomach and Liver are out oC order. All
ust, such should know that Dr. King's New '
,r u Life Pitts, the wonderful Stomach and k:
Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appeim?
titc, sound digest Ton and a regular bod- f
irn- uy habit thai Insures perfect health and i
:ees great energy. Only 25c, at Logan Drug
rea. Co,>a druP store.
;v: notice::?~ ,
T $60,000 WORTH
,, This week to tho rarl.v Christmas buyer*
we are giving VT> iu*r cent oft our regular
for prices on everything in our stock except ,
diamonds, on which we alv* 10 per cent. ;
u> Our diamonds ar? marked ho low that to. \
and give L'H per con! off would mean an actual '
. Iosh on ovary iitecc.
\Vo buy-good k in large quantities direct
in- from tho manufacturers lor both wholo,un?
snln mul retail business, and thl* year we'
propowo to glvo our customers the benefit i
0. of tho bnrgslns we secured. i
' "/ sheff bros.,
lCH* .Whblcsalo and Retail Jewelers, Corner. oC
*n" Main and Kloventh Blrects,