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CLOTHING?M. GUTMAN 4. CO.
CLOTHING ! ?We Need Money! ? J CLOTHING ijWe Need Room! We ore in business to sell goods, not to hold them, and when everybody is l'ard UP " is S0?d policy for a business house to accommo date itself to the circumstances. Clothing is worth just as much to-day as it ever was. It's Made Just as W ell; It Consists of Good Material; it will last just as long as ever, but it won't bring as good a price. Why? Simpiy because peo. u.tho mnnpv tn nnt into it We have the oood-t and don't pie jiuvwn v w? r ? ? ? w?nt to keep tliem, and to make the change we have cut our entire stock exactly ^3^^ PerCent! It's money to you to look here, if you think of buying anything. MGDTHAH S CO.,?? Six Floors, Retail Department, Twelfth and Main Streets. BARGAINS?GEO. E. STIFEL 4. CO. III raiting for It ? JL _V_y ell, Here It Is! ^ BARGAINS IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORI). You'll wonder how it's done, but it is a fact, so don't fail to let us prove it to you. Come in to-day. 2,?oo yards all wool country flannel, Plain and Striped, formerly sold at 2jc per yard. . . We will close this lot out at - - - - l\ [i P Or just about half its value! 1 IU PER YARD. ioo Dozen Ladies' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. Were cheap at 65c per pair. On the counter to- no d*at - "uuc PER PAIR. Geo. e. ^stifel & co. kard rust corset ^ SUPERB FRENCH MODEL. The idea! for slender figures? splendid support for fuller figures. Boning never,works through the ||SIW binding?never breaks?never rolls up. M No brass eyelets to stain garments Sold by ALL RETAILERS, who will refund the money if not W satisfactory after three weeks wear. . an9-TTh.n "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN UIKL.IHsnt uaea SAPQLiO # WE CAN FI (Now in C Fnrnitnrp farr A Ltl 11JLIU.1 U, UUil I. That we now have on h ^BUT V Now is the Chance of your cASH OR ON EASY PAYMENT! HOUSE Tl 1300 MAIN STREET. I CHURCH BAZAARS. The Christian Church Gave a Very Successful Bazaar at ODD FELLOWS' HALL LAST NIGHT And the German Lutheran Church Bazaar at the Arion Hall on the South Sido was Equally Successful. Description of the Various Attractive Booths ? Largo Crowds Thronged Both Placcs 1 csterday. Yesterday morning, Afternoon and evening the bazaar given by the ladies of the Firat Christian church, at the Odd Fellows' building, Chapline and Twelfth streets, was in fall blast and the blast was at a white heat. In fact, the aflair was a most pronounced success, both financially and from the artistic point of viow. Throughout tho day the Urge hall on the first floor was thronged with delighted apectators, and trade at the booths was brisk all the time. To tell the truth, whenever a poor man got in rango of tbe batteries posted in each booth, he had small , chance of emerging from the fray pocket-whole, at least. The ladies' committee served an excellent dinner from 12 to 2 p. in., and a supper that was pronounced just as good from 6 to 8 p. m. The success of the afiair is due to a considerable extent to the general committee that bad it in charge, as follows: Mrs.: J. 1>. tjoininerville, Mrs. John S. Naylor, Mrs. Beam, Mrs. Korner, lire. Schul, .Mrs. Hornbake, .Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. 'ihomas. TIia enminitteftfl that had cliarse of tho varioua booths showed excellent taste in arranging them. At the fancy booth, articles of every description in that lino wore on sale and wore easily disposed of. The committee was: Mesdames John S. Naylor, Hornbako, Will T. Colvisr, William Anderion, A. F. White, J. B. Sommervilie and Misses Hannah Wallace and Emma Anderson. The assortment of home-made candies found at the prettily decorated candy booth was one of the star attractions of the bazaar, a large crowd being constantly around. The young ladies who showed their proficiency in dispensing kisses?the manufactured ones?and caramels wero: Mrs. l)r. Lindaley, Misses Mary Berger, Maude Jones, , nir . I TI-i.:. T?___ 1 iMancne onneu, ubihb uuuoa mm Carrie Morrison. 'l'ho Brownies booth held the boat position in the hall, the center, and it was the center of an amused crowd throughout the day. The diacioles of Palmer Cor did an enormous business in Brownies novelties, and their fantastic costumes wero vory neat. They lined up as follows: Joseph Naylor, "A Disabled Princetonian-/'Charles White, "A Turk;" Homer Simmons, "A Cow Bov;" Lemuel l'ruxell, "Uncle Sam;" Frank Grafton, "Just Ovor?from China;" Charles Hamilton, Grant Jones and Will Jones. At the icecroam tables the patronaeo was not UOliinu tUO uuimn. nom wo.o found tho following in charge: Mr. aud Mrs. William b'chul, Miis Lizzie Boyd, Mrs. George Korner, Misses Lvdin Thomas. Maggio Tomlinson, Martha Beam aud Ella Atkinson. As stated the meals served by tho supper committee were "AL" The following committee was in charge: Mesdames M. E. Beam, Peter Boyd, Thomas, Ilarniltou, Worthen, Grafton, Noble, Pryor, Heide, Burkett and Eckels. Tho bazaar closed at midnight, at which hour tho booths showed a very satisfactory lack of stock. Zlon's Lutheran Itazaar. Last evening the apron party of the Zion'a Lutheran Gorman Evangelical church, at Arion hall, closed as brilliantly as it opened tho night bofore. The various departments were quite as well patronized, and the excellent supper furnished waa highly complimented by the huudreds who partook of it. The remaining contests were decided, and the affair will not a verv handsomo sum to the improvement fund of tho church. . _ Perfect lu Attendance. The following children of Centre school, division D, grade were perfoct in attendance for November: Charley Bruhn, Willie Marti, Edward Cooly, Willie Blocker, Robert Schnoilo, Edward Ilennig, Steve BUtchley, Willie Haberstick, Herman Nolte, Bessie Sigafoose, Birdie Martin, Blanch Armbrueter, Bessie Latnbas, Julia Kador, Annie Gallagher, Grace Henderson. Thorn worn 15S oorfect in attoudauco in the school for November. 1 LL OUR lourse of Erection at 1 W WITH )ets, Sto and at 1300 Mai: /E DON'T ir lifetime to buy & H ie Home 1142 MARKE NEW ICE COMPANY Organised La<t Night by Electing Mr. Corlelt ms FruldaDL Last night the etockholdert of the newly organized Consumers' Ice and Storage Company held a meeting and elected the following directors: forme McLure, Henry Bayha, R. 1L D. "Willie, John Dnnlrla Philin Minrnr. John J* Wheeker and C. P. Corlett, the latter of Cleveland, Ohio, The board of directors then organized by electing Mr. Corlett president of the com pany. The election of a secretary was deferred until a meetins to be held tbis evening, when the contract for the erection of the building at the lower eud of the atono bridge, adjoining the Hunter spice works, will bo awarded. The new plaut, which is to have a doily capacity of forty tons, is expected to be completed and in operation early next spring. The question of prices for ice has not yot been decided by the new company. I)r. Cummlni'i Funeral. Ye.terday forenoon at 10 o'clock tbe funeral of the late Dr. K H. Cummins ; took place from the family reiidence on Chanline .treat. Kev. Dr. Cunningham ; officiated, aiaiated by Rev. Dr. Cooke. , Alter tbe .ervicea the bodr waa borne ? -1 T* W f T ~ io 1110 Hearse oy ura. r. u. uo iuur..? Hupp, Eugene A. llildreth, J. K. Bellville, L. 1). Wilson and Messrs. Charles Ott and William P. Burke. The interment was private at Greenwood. The lioral tributes were unusually numerous and beautiful. At its meeting this evening the Ohio County Medical Society will take appropriate actioa on Dr. Cummins'a death. Welty'* Vunernl, The funeral of the late Peter Welty took place yesterday at 9:30 a. m., solemn requiem inais being celebrated at St. Alphonsus church. The funeral procession was unusually large, being augmented by the members of the St. Alphonsus socioty, tho Pioneer society, of Wheeling, and the Gennan-American Cleveland Union, who attended in a body. The pallbearers woro Messrs. Henry Bieberson, from the' Pioneer society; John G. iloflman,sr., Anthony Duach, Christian Stoinmetz, George Miller and P. Bononbergor, of tho St, Alphonsus society. The interment was at Ilk Calvary. Industrial Note*. The plato mill at tho Belmont plaut on tho South bide is running about half the usual force, but in tho other departments evervthinir is running as usual. Tho electric heaters to be usod on all the cars of the Wheeling Kailway Com- : pany were givon a practical test yesterday and proved an unqualified success. Otio car fitted with the full coinoleraent, four heaters, was sent over the line in the afternoon and the car was comfortably heated with ease. The other cars will be similarly equipped next week. Chappelcnr'ft Kronclilnl euros bronchitis and cronp. 5 GUTKIt'S Ccl?brnt?d Stiff Hftti. DINGKIt It It os., Sole Acenta, UK Twelfth and 1054 Mniu St?. A beautiful Picture Card given with each loaf of Quaker Bread. Ask Vour grocer for it Pimples, blackheads, moles, freckles, tan and sunburn removed by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Medicinal. Chaa. R. Goetze and W. W. Irwin. Ask your grocer for Quaker Bread, and insist on having one of those beautiful picture cards with each loaf. - ' 1)1 KD. KERMSA?On Wcdne?d*y. Dccembor H. 1894, at 10:20 \\. tu.. Host K.KHMSA, aged 84 year* aud b days. Funeral will take plnee from tho residence of Mrs. Lena Kraft, No. 1127 Market street, on Friday nfternoon at 2 o'clock. Intcrmont at Mt Wood cometery. Friends of family invited. LEW?On Tliursdny morning, Pocombor 5, 18'.**. at ~:M o'clock, John Levy, aged M yean. UNDERTAKING. LOUIS BERTSCHY, (ror.MBBt.v OP fbp.w t DEKTSCHV). Funeral Director ana Arterial Embalmer, 1110 Main Strent. Knit Side. Calls by telephone answered day or night. fitoro telephone. d'tt: rosldoucu. fiOti. np.'7 WALTER C. DURELL, rtinanol T~*l i rof>l".rtP onrl Arterial Embalmer for au:x. m:n\ in; main- st. Prompt nttotnlou Rivon to culls, day or night. Tcltpnone?Kesldcnco, No. tfI7. Store, So. !SW. poi WHOLE Fourteenth and Market [ THE?**ssr ves,Hoi 11 St., 1142 Mark! *JTEND DO^ HUUStf UKINIOl tx, CA! ERF furnisher T STREET. CLOTHING AND FURNISH INGS-K RAIIS BROS. KRAUS BROS :r*rr:r:nr.'" ~CLOTHING. r->v > . You know that we sell the best I I ma^e Clothing obtainable? Don't 1 CI ^ J[ ^ you know we have the largest selection? Don't you know for kind and quality we sell at the lowest prices? WE know it, and a visit to our store and a look at our stock will convince you that we do, and we'll be money savers for you. \A/h<an tr/"?n InnL'irur fnr HnliHitr Pracanfc n/* >r iibii _yv/v.? uiv. twwmiijj tvi itv/uuajr i mv other store will show you the variety that we do. KRAUS BROS., CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 1319 MARKET STREET. "STRICTLY ONE PIUCK. ? i ,i 11 a A53IGNEE'S SALE OF FURNITUR E A IN D C A RPETS. A nr<i rvrv' o QoIa ? *.. uaic.^' The large anJ elegant stock of FURNITURE AND CAR> PETS of Alexander Frew is now being sold at assignee's sala at regular wholesale price. A rare opportunity is now afforded you to furnish your home with good furnishings at sama price of cheap goods when paying a dealer's profit. Don't miss this chance. J. K. HALL, Assignee of A. Frew, 1117 MAIN STREET. FINE 'CLOTH I NG-D. GUMDLING & CO. I it I An Easy Puzzle ! I e I am composed of nine letters, and two words. Turn me backwards or mix me up, and you have nothing, but properly arranged, you have a word familiar to the people of this community; a word that S means hustle six days in the week, thir S teen hours to the day, year in and year OLt S What is it? The answer is | D. GUNDLINCI + | And that's what nearly everybodv ans wers when you ask them where they S buy their Fine ; Clothing, Furnishings ; I -^?Christmas Fixings! : ; I Are our prices right ? We answer YES! : IfllfteMIMIIIttHIMItMlllflHMMIO t EVERY WOMAN Sometimes no*d? a rollablo, roontblf, rpsrnlatini; medicino. Only hnrmleaafifli Lhu purest drugs should be ua*l. II joU wiuu the beet, get Or. Peal's Pennyroyal PilUs They ?xo prompt, nale iind crrUin In remit. The eanafni (Dr. Pwl'a)oarer dlup* ooint, gent anywhere, SI .00. Address I'usi XedicuIB Go,, Clcrclaiid, 0. For into by CHAS 11. fiOKT'/.E, PrnggUt. del "building # Streets.) jsefurnishings it St, and 1404 lain St,, JG IT ? -IINGS at your own Price for BH OR ON EASY PAYMENTS I JMHNN, 1404 MAIN STREET.