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SUMMER CLOTHING?M. GUTMAN ACQ.
I1T B7ERY JECETD OF
From this date on to the close of the
season all our light weight goods will
rN _n .nr.i n ? i
Kegaraiess 01 vaiue or losi !
As we want to make a clean sweep
don't miss this opportunity to buy firstclass
goods at your own price.
Our fitoro will closo at 6 o'clock every evening, Saturdays
excepted, until further notice.
n/r n ttmnir a at
I. u U 1 MAIN
retail department main and twelfth sts.
EAGLE-ALTAIR BICVCLE-K. HOGE.
GUARANTEED TO HOLD 200 POUNDS.
===COA\K AT ONCE AND SEE THE====
A GUARANTEED ROAD WHEEL.
ALLDMINUJl HIM8-MUHT AS A FEATHER.
DON'T XiOBB TIME! i?
A HIGH GRADE BICYCLE
-%.?^,will save you time and money.^?-%,
we also rent bicycles.
Tho Pneumatic Makes Its Own Cood Road,
Easy to Learn, a Delight to Ride.
j. s. rhodes &. co. ice cream freezers.
SPECIAL SALE -
inch^Al?" Wool ?Black
Novelties worth Si oo whitemountainiceckeaunutizBtis,
. ? i a ' . OAROLINK W0VE4
.<nu ,s i 2 j a yard. Will oashtovkh.
soil choice of lot for the
I')\v nrirp f jkwktts hkfiuqrratora
' C Ol A full lino of fiummor NocqmUIm.
RllO NHSBITT & BRO.,
jell 1312 Markkt Bthkst.
All this Season's Styles. stationery, books, etc.
. Ijest Grade of French Episcopal
Sprite now1'z'sc.'? Prayerapd Hymnals.
ll?lnn mwlwl a lino o( Ptayct ani
Ilytotmli wo aro now ?Mo to luppljr you
fl T\ 1 . 1 _ wllh molt ?ny <ty1? of liliidltitf or Bin
j, _ _ 1.WI IIAII icr HTUKUT.
_ OS OU. jytA Swwnil ilnor (Outli nt N?w City Hank.
DENTISTRY. MUSICAL QOOPB.
Ql'oN'rONDMH, ' nKAUTlKUI'
: '-KK? S?*!8r Chlckerjtio & Sons' Piano,
MNUi WORK Ol A Mi kin in t.orao milt. Mfwd Iori. ind nti lo?i?ui oaio
? Ma rtJM.V KXK.UUTKI), luuil bi? Mid.
. ? A. H. MILLER, D.D.S.. r. W. BAUMER A CO.,
1,117 U Tn viltli utrwtl, WlHKiUug, W. Va. *p7 Ntt 1910 8IIWU
SCARCITY OF HAY.
England and the Rest of Ear
Taking Our Surplus.
FIFTY DOLLARS A TON FOR 1
la iv Pretty High Figure, But It
Boon Itouubod Lately in Both I
dan uod I'arl#?Tho Yield in
Section Will Only Iteuuli Hall't
of Former Soaaoua?Where I ho fc
ply Will Come From.
In European couutrioi thoio ia
almost nnivenal scarcity of tiny
fodder, and tho reault baa been tho
tabiiahment of a bay export lino in
country, tho flrat cargo having I
shipped, as told in the Intku.ioi?n
bows time ago. Europe can bo coui
on to take more thun tho eur|
urodlict of Amnrinu'u imnt.hv fit
and tho consequence will be a big
in the price of feed this coming
Aside from this, the hay yield in
state, western Pennsylvania and i
urn Ohio will not average mora t
half tho yield of provious yours,
wholesplo food man, who knows a "
lines" about hay, said to an Ints
cikmokh roporter yesterday that thei
bound to be a big incroano in the p
of hay this fall. The causa of the II
crop in this Bection this year, he s
lies in the fact that there have been
tensive droughts for the past two ye
as well as a multitude of graasbopj
ti> contend with. This year, howo
there are no grasshoppers to speak
West Virginia, and this section ge:
ally, has during years pastexportud
to Baltimoro una other eastern pc
but none will go away this year,
tho other hand, this part of thecout
will have to look to otiiur sections
its hay supply. Most of it will ci
from Iowa, Indlanu and Michigan.
Tho farmers aro not philunthrop
by uny moans. This fact is illustri
by tho gonoral attempt among
growers of hay, tho country over, to
vanco tho price ol that articlo. T
seo that almost an ontire contic
looks to them for a year's supply of 1
and they intend taking udvantag
this to put the price up as far bb pc
bio. It would be well for those farn
to go a little slow, else their dreat!
high prices and big profits will be bi
delusion and a snare. Said a well
formed hay man yesterday: "It w;
do for our farmers to put tho prices
high, as in that case England and
other nations wanting our bay
turn to South America or India, wl
they can got all they want at roai
liay nag recently roachod cnorm
figures iu European centers. In I
at Paris tlia top-notch quotation
$62. A gentleman from Doraetsh
Kngland, now in Washington, I'a., v
a Uord of lino Kngliuh sheep, onrout
the World's Fair, baa just receive
letter from bis fathor, who is locatec
a farm 1(10 roilosfrom London, in wt
tie says that hay is now soiling at
and $50 per toil. Tbo freight on
from points oast of Chicago to Lon
and Liverpool is $12 to $14 per ton
it will bo soon that hay hero to-da;
actually worth from $20 to $38. T
howovor, is thought to bo hut a torn]
ary condition, as with American
now constantly going to Kuglnud,
price must necostarilv come dowi
tho American price plus tbo frei
and a reasonable profit.
It is learned thnt within the |
month a small quantity of hay
boon shipped to oastern ports from
Short Creek region, presumably for
port, but on account of the scarcit
home it is not supposod more
ON A LONG TO LI It.
Arrival of n Trio of ltugorAtnwii Bio
TourUtn in tho City.
Last ovoning at 10:30 o'clock tl
whool tourists on a rather a remark
journey arrived in tho city from
east via tho piko, on thoir hicyi
Thoy ivoro D. Y. Walts, W. Irvine
vor and Harry Jolinaon, of tho Hay
town Bicycle Club, Hagoratown, 1
uud aro an n two thousand mllo t
Tboy loft IlngerHtown Sunday rnori
and since tlion havo crossed tho I
ghanioa, striking somo vory to
roade. Thoy go ironi hero to Cliii
via tho National pike, where thoy
romain aoveral days and tako in
national moot of tho League of An
can Wheelmen, and tho World's 1
From Chicago they will wheel to JJul
and Niagara Falls 011 tho groat L
Shore pike acroas Canada, then to
mira and Harrisburg, I'a., and fin
down tho Cumberland Valloy to tl
homo. Thev aro u vory jolly cro
which ia evidenced by their card, ue
| ' B D. Y. WAI.TS,
] - 5 i'ahty puyiici
i ? S Great Snccesi In Crampa, Col
i ?. *. Holly-Ache and pullm in
: j- p btumietl.
i j? g 4 ji W. t CALV'KIt,
j Uli Party Engine:
5 J? ** Specialties, flick Myeloid, Bun
' ? W ? Tires, (Jood Roads and?All
i & ? 3 0,r tor Urub'
j P |b UAllllY JOIINBON,
j M I l'AHTT I'llOTICTIOXI
' M g
| s- ^ All persons kludly roquos
: ? m tokocpotapnfodUtnnce:-his
wuttlo vru too heavy
c to carry.
Thoy whoolcd from Unlontowu
terday ovor tho uiouutulua, and
leave' this morning for Zaneav
which they oxpoct to reach to-ni
Thoy aro not out oil u "scorch" and
pact to be on the road alx woeka.
Ono of tho tourists relates a good
ry on tho Choianoako canal toll col
ora. liocontly tho canal people 1st
an order that whoela bo kept oil tho
path; tliIn la a hardalilp ui tho tow i
la the only rldublo route up tho J
ghonioa. The llagoratown crowd
roctly guagod tho character of tlio
collootora, uud got mound the or
Whan thoy atnrtod out thoy niov
themaelvoa with a number of halfbottloa
of wlilaky, and when thoy
atoll man, would throw him a bo
Thoy bad no troublo, and rodo tho
Mr. Calvor la riding one of tho Ci
ford blcyolua made In Hagoratown I
lirui of which ho ia a member.
Takx Simmon* Liver llegulnlot
youth and you will enjoy a groou
Tni'Wheeling Hikory will ofTot
aalent their rotall atore, 12JJ0 Ala
treot, ovory Saturday, the colnbn
(Hilton llroad. Tlila la tho groi
food for Invallda and people of v
dlgoativn nrgana o( tho prommt day.
To kill lloaa on animal* uao Uug
and leu nilliutaa alter wiiuli mil
with aoap and water. It never falli
QUITE A BATCH
Of Offuud?r? uudttr tltu uew Huuaa of 111
t'uwo Act D.ull wltli.
op0 Etta Ditty wua given a hearitiK in
Squiru Aikle's court yualerday lot maintaining
a nuisance in thq Second ward.
The charge was made on accouut of tbe
1J1Y unseemly racket that baa beeu going en
at hur bouse, She was sept to jail in
HuS default of $200 bond for bar appearance
j0"" Mary Martin, Florence Mitchell. Jestlilu
ale Benson, Virgio Anderson and Annie
bu( Kanor, all inmutus of tbe house, Robert
Harkens and A be Dean, urrested as loiter>UP
era, were comuiittted to jail in default
of $50 bond. Deun afterwards secured
bull and was released from custody.
William Motilumphry, for renting a
an house for immoral purposos to Nell
and Clifford, waa required to give 1200 bond
08. for liia appearunce in court. Lee Hob,.
innon, for renting a houie tor the same
tins pUrpaae (0 Ktm Djttj, was required to
lean give bond in the same amount,
can. John Michaels, after serving seven
' k. _ i.. ; l .>L. k..J ........
ltoil 111 jUli uuuur iuu uuu ihiuo ?ui,
. was released on hia own recouniiance
P|us ut the request of his father, promising
ilds, to muud his ways.
A Itoi'e Old Coin*
JudgeG. L. Crasmer, who is an en11111
thusiastlc numismatist, added a valulost
ablo coin to hia line collection a few
ban duys ujjo. The coin was found a day
A before it came into hia poasesaion by a
,, former while plowing ovor the former
low aiio of Kort Van Meter. This is located
;LL1" four miles from Weat Liberty, on Short
? creek, and was noted as the spot on
.r'?1 which Major McCJolloch wan killed.;
'K ,t The coin bears tbe dato of 1753, and
iud| notwithstanding It has boeu under
ground for ovor a cauturv, ia iu a cood _
or"' stato of pro?orvation. On ono sido ia ~
]era a jirotilo head, surrounded with letterV0J>
ing, mid on the reverse a flguro seated ?
01, onudala. Tho judge ia very proud of
or" this recent uddition to his collection A
wy and curries it as a pocket piece. ?
Cn Oue Held und One Lot <io.
",rv Jamos Lavollo and ".litpmie" Mul- ;
kearn had a hearing bui.no Squire Gil- i
31uo lenny yeitorday afternoon on the charge
. . of burglary. Mr. Post appeared for tho
, f stato and Ool. Arnett for the defense.
"?u Lavello was positively identjlledby John
Campbell as tho man with whom he
, had a struggle in his room, which, with I
y other evidence almost as strong left lit- A
lcIlt tie room for doubt of his guilt As to
,a3r; Mulkoarn, however, it was different.
0 | It was proveu that he had been with
' " Lavello the same night, but there was f
lur?. an entire lack of ovidence to conncct f
|\0' him directly with tho burglary. He
U.1 a was thereforo dismissed, whilo Lavolle
," was romandod to jail iu default ol$l,000
' bail for hia appearance at tho next
tl?" torm of tho criminal court. Q
w'" I'rlvatu Kluutrio Light fluutn. V.
J*"0 Tho small electric light plant for the
use of single establishment! or the ton....
ants of & block aeema doatinod to be
verv popular in Whoeliug. William
' McLaughlin has iuBt got bia fino plant f
into nsu. and it Droducos a verv fine V
'i,?' liclit. A inovemont is now on foot to
' .' put a plant in the Grand Opera House
.' block, to furnish Incandescent lighta
, ' for the theatre and tho different buBi- T
VJ|j ncsa houses on tho flrst Uoor. II. f
So Hoarn is pushing this project, and the
,f idea scorns to bo favorably received by
, J tho other tonants. This will bo tho
so sovonttl or oighth plant in Wheeling.
^ Now Court ZIOIIMO to be llultt. J
nor Tho county court of Wyoming.coun- I
? ' ty ia about to build aod furntah at \
' Ocoana a now court house, an exact
7? counterpart of tho one recently comt.ht
P'et0^ iu KaloisU county. In another =
* column ib an advertisement by the
, building cominittoo, inviting sealed ~
Tr' proposala for tho work, which contractors
and buildora will find of inex!
y ?' Don't sicken people with that bad
mil broatb. Take Simmons Liver Rogulator
to uwceton it
, Wo ask your attention to that groat
Boiling specialty in tho crackor line of i
Goo, K. Hill & Co. It ia known os I
.ireo "Soda Tonat." It wotka its way Into "
ablo popular favor for tho following reasons:
tho 1. It bus something of the flavor and
of tho qualitiou of those higher pricod
annni'ml fliikuH. such as Sou Foam.'&now
Drift, etc., but soils at about 4 centi per
;ora- pound less. Its small size and grantor
kid., supatanco makes it a primo favorite
our. with all classes.
ling 2. It is dolicalo, pure, healthful,
Ulo- strengthening; an idoal summer biscuit,
ugh Just k'ivo this excellent cracker a
;ngo clianco to talk for itself by ordering a
will, sample lot only, and we feel that you
tho will thank us for this modest urgcncy,
lori- Yours vory truly,
'air. i Baem Sons' Giioceky Company.
,ako Invalids or infants can eat Electric,
i El- Broad with beneficial results. Nothing,
ally in the world daintier or moro healthful.
aolr Don't yon oat it in your homo?
FKVAV-Ou TuciKlay, Jnlr 25, JS93, at 4.20 p. m.,
ItnimnT T. Fniiw, mtod Myears, 4 mautluand
Funeral from hl^lnto reildcuco, No 140 Klgbteonth
street, on Tburn0uy lllernoon at ft
Ho, o'clock. Frlondi of tho family ?ro Invited.
Intortnout nt x'ODluniiliir Cemetery.
putting mothers, s
need tho strengthonlsgiiupportand
help that ooines
wl?b Dr. Plarco'i
ye?- promotes an abundant necrotlon of nourishLu|
ment on tho part of th? mother. Itlsonin,7,
vigonitlng tonlo made ospeolally for wooion,
?t uorfoctly Ttormlcss In any condition of tho
gilt. foiuaJo system, oh it rrgulatos and promotes
i ex- all tho natural funuttons and never conflicts
lto? Tho " Prescription " builds up, strengthens.
inp( and cures. in all tho chronlo weakness* and
' i di?ordorn that nflilct woraon, it 1< auaranletil
.01 to honellt or cure, or tho money fs rofuwlod.
lath Por ovory cue of Catarrh which they ran.
tilt,. not euro, the proprietors of Dr. Hngov Co.......
uurlt Koraedy ogreo to pay MOOfii cash.
I You're cured by Its uillil, soothing, cleans.
J?J,' Ing, and healing properties, of you're paid.
as louih uektsohv'0,v
(Formerly ot Fretf A tleruchri,
raw- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
jy a And Artarlal Embalmor,
1110 Male Direct. liaitKMn.
ColU tiy telephone anwornd d?r or nlcht.
' in Woro telephone. W.' wldenoe Ma ?p:7 r
old aiiidz frbiw, '
for 1117 Main Street.
iteiit Am preparm! to conduct tmriab* lu n moat ?troak
lifartnrjr miiunor t all modern undnrtnkhiit anpltamw
Alii ilno blank md wtiltn (iiuoral nanlt
(loinpotoni mnURcmnoiii cunranteod
(Villi m, I'MkHia and a full lltio of burial iioodt F
ino, 1 aim to to prompt, ootulderato aud roftabia. N
Imnl talU Viuw-Na art.
I. Mtora-No. m
VIENNA BHAPES-q. MENPEL & CO
vyfr-?*f ? 4ft
:j; ?<lVIENNAtx> ft
:!! Window and Piazza j|
<i ? ? A T-X 1 "< $\
| bHAUtb, 3 1
| 50c |
if G.Mendel & Co. |
; M J
' ALL-WOOL CHALLIES-GEO. E. STIFEL A CO,
25c H YHRD
?this xv in in e:, buys?
l 11 t X T 1 Z^11 IT* this season's stylos, that.nro
\11-Wool Lnallies,45,00 uuju0coBtoa
-\ i r> a Somo of tho host stylos ont this
lmrhP l C\T APn ^ soaaon. (jood sellers at 00 conls.
J1 vvl IUU.LV/ V/l 10? Xms week 25c u yard.
!o+nar>C BLACK AND WHITE, 9c PER YARD. REG)alCCnb,
ULAR 15c GRADE,
/"> T in lonj,'lha from two to ten
Jne Case Lawns, ^11?
J r\ nnn'fn from every ilopnrtmont at prices that will auroly
\emndlllb ??" tarCOME THIS WEEK."<yj
3eo. E. Stifel & Co.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE-P, GUN DUN 3 i. CO.
Good taste, business sense, and the eternal fitness
of things declare that a gentleman should dress genteelly?in
clothes that keep their shape, and in the
wearing of which he will always find comfort. Buying
our ready-made clothing is a great time-saver,
money-saver, bother-saver?one of the things nobody
believes in until he's tried it, and then wishes he'd
tried it long before.
Wear one of our Light Weight Suits, you'll feel comfortable,
energetic and buoyant and loolc well dressed.
jtfirLook at our display of new Neck Wear in the
34 and 36 TWELFTH STREET.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS-ALEXANDER FREW.
g 1*1? pifell
\ -*r ^
As YOU START FROM HOME
to make your purchuot o( VUHNITUIU'. nnd t'AIII'RTS,
don't (ornnt to direct yonr lootntopi ttwurdouritorollmt, Von will
tlioro obtain a bottor idou of wliut qunllllua nnd ulyltia nro popular
than vou can nnvwliore ulio.
'URNITURE AND CARPETS
Aro tho thovjf and linprovnlvo fontiHfliof a hont<\ ? > tb?>y MumM bn
im ntyllsti nnd bonutitul 114 ponwiblo. Th? problem of tin' ? h
wlmt to buy rntlier thnn how lo buy. Hciunro mikI nkill lmvo br? u it
Duoti IIOUHKIIOLD NUCKf)8lTiKs within thorough <?( nil, but tin ?<?
is n wide dlffordlieo in tinto. Our Htook 1? (julto nrtiiiic h wol! at*
bouutiful iu both linos. Coinn and hoo it.
'REW'S FURNITURE AND CffiPET STORE,
1117 Maim atroot.