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WINTER WRAPS, ETC*?8TONB& THQMA3.
Stone & Thomas.
your^
Winter Wrap.
No better time than hov. ti> L'ive it vour sprinna rnncid.
eration, as you now Ijavc the variety from which to choose.
The following garments are precisely as herewith described
and are a few examples of our line throughout:
Excellent quality Boucle or Kersey Jackets, 26 inches long, ?
half lined, storm collar, strictly tailor made, Saturday
All-wool Kersey or Boucle Capes, 27 inches long, edged Q
with Thibet, Empire black, high storm collars, Saturday at A, 00
Extra quality Kersey or Beaver Jackets, 26 inches long,
good Rhadame linings, splendid value, Saturday at / * 7 O
Fine Kersey, Melton and Boucle Jackets, strictly tailor
made, fine Rhadame Silk lining, lour piece storm and . nr
Klondike collars, all colors, Saturday at 7' 7 j
FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS.
All colors, extra wide Skirts, tucked yoke, trimmed with QQ/->
Novelty braid, an extra Saturday offer at.... uOL
KID GLOVES.
Two-clasp-English Walking Gloves, black and colors, pique
seams, three rows of stitching, usual $1.50 value, Saturday
at ..., ?p I I C
roster patent five-hook lace Kid Gloves, black and colors, a CiC\r>
special offer Saturday at. OyL
OiiMren's hcn-clnsn Kirl Gloves, henvv ( mhrmViorv stitrli. t\y
ing, all colors, Saturday at JM")
Ladies' and children's Mocha Gloves, black and colors, price starts at
98c on up to $2.00 per pair.
TOILET ARTICLES.
Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Soap, small sizes, Saturday at 16c
Belezaire's fine French Perfumes, assorted odors, Saturday per ounce 10c
Lambert's Llstcrine, pound bottles, Saturday S8e
Packer's Tar Soap, Saturday at. 19c
Sozodont for the teeth, sold every where for 75c, Satuday at 59e
Stone & Thomas.
WINTER WRAPS?GEO. M. SNOOK It CO.
jUr SivifinK & fn
fwnvrvii M v/v#
\M Saturday, Oct. 16.
Don't yon think it's high time to
sccnre your
Winter Wrap?
Take advantage of these lowest of low prices
Saturday and Monday:
Ladles' and misses' plain Navy and . Ladle*' Full 6xe*p Seal Hush Capes,
Black Cloth Jackets full lenRthn. Thibet Pur trimming,
S3.50 fancy or plain black lining
Ladles' plain Navy and Black Cloth $5.90
Jackets . ?
7^ i-iuics run rwrrp iijij jpnrin ? ur04-.
i o |ey Uouclc Capes. Marten Fur edging,
Ladles' Black Tailor-Made Cloth | ^atln Mtrvellleux lining,
Jackets at ec qq
512.90, $9.90, $7.90 and $6.90
Ladles' flne TaJlor-Made Tan Jack- Ladies' Boucle Capes, double pleat
el3 ax back, funoy scalloped cloth front,
$?, S9.75, S7.90, SG.90 and $4.90 *tr 1 1 :iftr atld lriP,e rovv of
..... , t., . straps at bottom,
Ladles* handsome Black Curley Boude
Jackets at 54.75
$5.90 86Tour Seal Plush Capes are "rain
Good ones nl?o at JI JO. Fine as rou pr.-vof' in the main?an important contrast
'em at $10.75. alderatlon.
All t^c new colors, all the new shapes in
Jackets and Capes. Handsome Novelties in
fJuBBg Cloth Wraps up to $35.00; in Fur Wraps up
i t0 $60.00. Our lines for misses and children
JSBhmm are far in advance of any heretofore shown.
NBU SKIRTS NEW SUITS,
Of timrijr mit*>r1ali, lh* new In ItlnrK, Tan, lllnf, (lrf?n,
I'Jalt Front* tnuitic th*iu, llrotvn, fir .
$ .47 UP $10,00 TO $25.OO
Geo. M. Shook & Co.
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( M > Our Storo la Opon Evory Night. < M
DHp).1' ' Slvle Hat for frtll nrid Wlnlef. It'* j
the popular and pretty i H
jj dinlapstyle hat, :::
a" r*lr'1 """ ,i"ih ^ "r
i H, ,|-i xj.i 1 browi h?i (tun youni of old tn.n, '"
,, utotil or Bllm in" n?4 h*-y I '?k ni fln" n'< t I I'm h:? t * i, t h?-r ,-tor? n In
, i, mU for Ifroun
t'nice only ?i.oo on ?2,oo. n
. JH
- McFADDEN'S ONE PRICE STORE,
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SHOES-ALEX A-TOBR.
A Gentleman's
Shoe Always.
ENGLISH ENAMEL.
HEAVY SOLES.
Three Dollars, up-to-date
Four Dollars. SSk't
Five Dollars. surinethe
o?. n.ii... most for y?ur
01A UUliaiS. | money.
ALEXANDER,
Shoe Seller, 1049 Main.
Long Evenings.
These long evenings afford
plenty ot opportunity for reading.
With a good light you should be able to
read comfortably.
If you can NOT do so. visit our Optical
Department and we will tell you the reason.
H. W. EWALT,
Optician for Dillon, Wheat & Manchcr Co.
PIANOS?P. W. BA.UMER CO.
| PI AN OS I
1A ^te'nway'
I Krakauer,
I q Clifford,
| S Ludwig*
|| AND OTHERS.
IF. I. Banmer Co.,
1310 MARKET STKKKT.
5Kc3ntclligcnrcr
Office: No?. 2."i ntul 27 Fourteenth Street.
New Advertisement*.
W. O. Wilkinson?Auditor and Accountant.
I.l!?t of Letters.
Wanted?Reurpspntatlves to Form Clubs.
Notice?If. G. Zane.
Young Winter Wrap?Stono & Thomas?
ElKhth PaKc.
Suit*. Wrap?, Etc.?Geo. E. Stlfcl & Co.
?Third Page.
Winter Wraps?Geo. M. Snook & Co.?
Eighth Pa Re.
Give Us Your Boy?D. Gundiing & Co.?
Fifth Page.
Advice to the W. P. T. T*.?Second Page.
A. O. U. W. Funeral Notice.
FALL STOCK OPENING OF C. HESS & SONS.
We have Jml oprtieil onr fell lock,
rninprlaliiK all (he new noveltlra In SnllInc.
Trouserings, Kmicy Vesting* ami
Ovfiro?llns?, which we lire prepared to
make up on ahort notlre. The alyllali appearance,
good 111, durability and entire
aatlafactton of our carmrntals our reputation.
I'rlrea of our Salting thla full
will he 9*40.UO Mini np. Tronaerlnus 95.00
and np. Our Ornta' Fnriil*hlnR departnient
Is complete. The hnt cooiia at
lowest prices. Agent* for lh? Famous
Jarna Hygienic Underwear.
C. I !! >?* A HOBfi,
Fashionable Tailors andtWents* Furnishers,
13*41 and 13*43 Market Stieet.
'THAT HEAVY, TIRED FEELING,"
Canard !?v reading the self-praising ada.
of aelf-immcd optical experts (1)? doctor*
(I ? profeaaor* !) and clairvoyant* !>
can l>e cured without publicity by J. W,
(inibh, Optician.
Captnln Cllne's Funeral.
Th funeral of the late Captain J. Fred
Ollne occurred yesterday afternoon,
from his home on the Island. Wheeling
I,odp?? No. 111. Knights of Pythias, and
t Mcn?? C'omnanv Nol 29. Unl
form Rank, took part. The Interment
was at Greenwood cemetery. The funeral
was largely attended.
In Clrrk flobrrlnon't Ofllr*.
Yesterday the following transfers of
real estate were recorded In Clerk Robertson's
office.
I)e-<1 m:nle Octofcer 13, by W. J.
W. Cuwden. trustr c, to Ellen J. and
John A. White: consideration, $1,700;
transfers weit 15 feet of Jot No. 7 in
W. W. Sh river's addition.
Deed made October 14, 1897, by O.
EL Boyd, Jr., special commissioner, to
John S. Weitv, consideration, $2,400;
transfers lots Xos. J3 end 14 In square
44, South Wheeling.
Three deeds of trust were recorded.
A C'nnl Mlurr Klllttd.
William MeM.fhon was Instantly kllled
at the Franklin coal mines yesterday.
II and a driver named (Mv-ns start-1
Into the mine in ft car and In some way
the rar struck a timber that supported
the p-uf of tie- entry. The disturbance
art 1 a fall ??f e"V- rat tons of th 1 earth
which came down on (he csr In which
Mi'.Mahon and the driver wen* riding.
The driven w>1 In the front of the car
.'irid '"H'tiped with slight Injury, but McMahon
was under th" main pari <>f the
full and was crushed to death* It i"-k
hard work for s" vera I hour? to r-move
the earth and recover the body. He had
been Instantly, kilted. Deoeaaed was
sixty-one years of age. Some years ago
lie rn?'t frith an accident l?v which he lost
a leg and was otherwise Injured.
A HTIMf'LANT Is oflen needed to
nourish nnd strengthen the roots, and
to keep ih'- hair n natural color. Hall's
iinir Htnewer is the best tonic for the
hair.
MOTOR ROIO. earner Bliteenth and
Wood s r. . f. will t?nd-r hi? patrons n
(Irsnd Ito.iHt l'lg Lunch to.night, All
are welcome, ^
CnAAl. Ar ('.? went to seo you about
Ol 1UUI\ Jackets t? day.
John H?ltmeUi'? Mycin* Kalahtlshiiieiif.
John H llmelee, I'toprletMj of the Pan
Handle Hienm Dyeing nnd Dry Clean
Pig W??rks, announce* that bis facilities
fot doing u i k on Hint i not 11 ? nie better
now than ever before. Ills corp*
, of assistants ar.- experienced, nnd ptr,
soli" leaving cloth' < "I "'her AftleleS tf?
h? cleaned oi dv d will find litem looki
In if us flood Ui new, Telephony CI. j
A WARM FIRE
lu the llcart o( the City Last Night
Gave the Firemen
AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW
THEIR 8KILI4 IN FIGHTING UNDER
DIFFICULTIES - CHIEF
KLIEVES AND HIS MEN ACQUITTED
THEMSELVES WITH
CREDIT?THE OLD BECK BREWERY
MALT HOUSE THE SCENE
OF THE BLAZE, WHICH LOOKED
LIKE A CON FLAG RATION FOR A
TIME.
A hot Are In the heart of the city last
night gave Chief Klleves and his men
the opportunity to demonstrate that the
standard of Wheeling's lire department,
both as to ability in leadership and capacity
of the men to carry out orders,
has not been allowed to decrease one
lota.
At 9:15 o'clock Officer Joe McCausland
turned In an alarm at box 25 that
brought out the entire strength of the
city tire department to the corner of
alley 12 and Market street. It had just
been discovered that the large two and
one-half story brick structure In the
rear ui Aiiuera nuiuuu, uvl-ujhcu ?n >
warehouse by W. A. List, and ad a metal
measure factory by G. W. Stephens, was
on Are. This is the former malt house
of the old Beck brewery, and a building
that has stood on Its present site many
years.
When the department arrived on th?i
scene, tire was bursting In large volume
from the roof and from one or two windows
on the alley side. For a time the
department was unable to get the water
on the blaze effectively, and It appeared
that the fire would involve surrounding
property on at least three sides. The
big five story brick building to the west,
occupied by Schaefer & Drlehorst, the
liquor wholesalers, was exposed to the
heat for a time, but Anally employes
entered the building and closed the
heavy Iron shutters with which It is
equipped at the rear. The Snyder building
also has these Iron shutters, and
they were closed, so there was no dan?
ger of tho fire spreading to that building.
Chief Kileves and his men soon had
two lines of hose on the roof of an adjoining
building north of the burninn
structure, and a few blows from tho axe
crushed in the wooden shutters and exposed
to view the burning furnace lntf
which the third lloor had been converted.
The two streams of water Introduced
through this opening had an almost
magical efTect. Jn half n minute
the flames no longer soared high in the
air, and it was at once seen that the
firemen had got at the heart of the fir?i
and had It conquered. A hearty cheer
arose from the crowded alley where the
efTorts of the firemen had been watched
with Intense interest and anxiety. After
that it was only a matter of time to
put out the fire completely, and in forty
minutes this was accomplished, and
without having allowed the blaze to extend
beyond the building In which it
had started?an accomplishment ol
which the department can feel proud.
Much of the surrounding property Is of
a highly inflammable charucter and tho
long spell of dry weather made it almost
like tinder. Under the circumstances
it is wonderful that the fire did
not extend and cause heavy loss.
When the department arrived on tho
scene, the word passed round that then
wtto a laigc v|iiuiuiij xjl v/ii ntviuu v..
lower floor. Some of the firemen wert
engaged In moving this oil to a safe distance,
when Foreman Henry Frohme
was involved In an accident which, happily,
did not result in Injury. He was
stumbling about in the darkness when
he fell Into the elevator shaft to the cellar
below. Fortunately ho was not In
the least Injured and wasfioon again enRaged
In battling with tho flre. A rumor
was In circulation that Frohme had
been suffocated In tl*? building, but this
of course was not true.
Th" principal loss by tho flre falls on
the Nick Crawley estate, the owner of
the building in which the flre raged.
Mr. E. B. Carney, agent for the estate,
stated last night that the building Is
valued at $5,000, and that $2,300 Insurance
in the Peabody, of Wheeling, Is
carried. He was not In n position t?
estimate the loss, but it is not believed
It will exceed $1,000, probably less than
that figure.
The first ami second floors of the
building wore occupied by W. A. List &
Company, the Iron roofllng and tin plat.i
merchants, whose principal place of
business is on Main street, being used
as a warehouse. Until two weeks ago
this firm also occupied the third floor,
where, the flre raged, but had sold ou|
the metal measure manufacturing business
to George W. Stephens, who conj
tlnued It In the same place.
Mr. List said last night that his Iopb
Is fully covered by Insurance, but It In
not, thought It will amount to
much, tho- goods bolng of a kind not affected
by water* Stephens' loss win
reach J.lOO and Is covered by Insurance.
"mo iin* muui: ??. ? !> imikiii ><k?<
Persons on Island, In the upper and
lower part* of th - city and In neighboring
towns thought n terrific conflagration
was In progress. Many telephonic
Inquiries were received at the
Intelligencer office.
An Investigation after the fire hail
boon extinguished revealed the manner
I of Us ntnrtlncr. U seems two men emj
ployed In the factory en I he third floor
' ivero at work In painting seventy-flye
measures thnt were to be shipped to-day.
Just as the work was being finished n
I candle that Illuminated the room was
overturned nnd, ns one of the men puts
I It. "the Itch? Just senmed to lump tc
those freshly painted measures." Th?
two men tried desperately to put out the
blaze nt Uh Inception, but after one had
burned his face badly nnd the hand of
the other was blistered, they pave up
the unequal and hopeless struggle and
ran down Info the alley and ppread the
alarm. They went 1-ack to the building,
but nt that time the fire had spread
with wonderful rapidity nnd the entire
third floor wns a sea of seething flame.
IIInio In a Kltrlirti.
About r,:P.O o'clock Inwt evening th" fire
department w,h billed to extinguish a
tolas* fit the homo of .Mr, Gear ft B raiding.
2I0.? Eoff street. The fire wns located
In a summer kitchen, nnd originated
In some manner from natural gas,
Home difficulty w.iw experienced before
the bliiv; w?n i xtlngulshed, It having got
a gn.nl nt.-irt \\ hen fii" fir. :io n i u h< >1
it. Tlu* damage Wfls SbotU $2f?0; covered
by tnfturanco. _
ttoast rro lunch to-night nt
Hoe's saloon, corner sixteenth and Wood
wtreets. All are Invited.
! Chin awareS^h iT"'.nS
every dny.
OHO. M. 8NOOIC ft CO.
M M.Ij t>lll. safe pill, best pUI. !>*Witt's
lillll- Karly lllsent cure blllou*t
l?.n. |. )c h"'idaehe.
Charles ll. Ooi'tie, Market ami Twelfth
streets; Chatham Hlmlalr. Forty-sixth
and .bo ob fii. ??.?'; A. I.'. Hchoele, N?,
1:07 Main stre"i; Kvley Urn,1. ivnn and
Zatie streets; Howie A Co., Hrldgeport. I
(Tr* nrk"' 'Mp?-s wonderful Jacket and
kP5 /U t.'sj>e v illi < tn
HNOOK & CO'H.
HUHDRBDAof prselous little ones
owe their live* to I>1. Thoma.*' I> lo. til.
(HI. the eoven lun <uie for etxmp and
nil other thr< it or lung disease*. 1
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matter* of Minor Mutuant la a?<i Abou
the City.
Matinee at the Grind this afternoon.
Grand to-night?Gonxalex Opera company.
Mayer's band trill give a concert next
Wednesday evening at the K. ot P.
auditorium.
Jessie Monticello'a house was pulled
last flight by Captain Bennett and Officers
Michaels and Zimmerman. The
madame. ihree girls and two men comprised
the haul.
Rev. \V. M. Toney. rector of the Ebenezer
Baptist church, who has labored
hard and faithful for the last two fears
and a half, wilt preach his farewell
sermon to his congregation Sunday
night.
Kev. S. G. Reading, of "WUUarasport,
Pa., will occupy the pulpit of the First
Baptist church to-morrow, both morning
and evening. He will also conduct
special revival services in the
church every night during the coming
week. All are cordially invited to attend
these meetings.
At the Fourth Street M. E. church
the pastor, Dr. J. L. Sooy. will preach
at 10:30 a. m. Sunday on "Commonplace
Saints." and ot 7:30 p. m. on "The Saloon
in Politics." At 2 p. m. rally day
will be observed In the Sabbath school.
The friends of tho school are cordially
invited.
Seats will be reserved this morning
at 9 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. building
for the Kunltz-Damlan concert next
Tuesday evening. As a soloist Mr. Von
Kunitz is masterly, and all the members
of the string quartette are artists
of the very llrst rank. Miss Dumlan
has a rich and sympathetic voice.
Mr. S. E. Brewster will have charge
of the Sunday afternoon meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. The meeting Is held from
i to 5 o'clock.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
Strangers In the City and Wheeling Folk
Abroad.
George Young Is home from Pittsburgh,
visiting his parents on the South
Biae.
Mrs. A. Bain, who has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. C. Hammond, of Zane
street, on the Island, has left for her
home in Brooklyn.
Miss lone Hlggtns, clerk at the Globe
Tea Co., returned last night from Steuhenvllle,
where she was the guest of relatives
for eight weeks.
Mr. Howard Wilkinson leaves to-day
for Charlerol, Pa., where he will spend
several weeks, probably, in auditing the
books of the town clerk and other municipal
officials.
Councilman W. H. Hnller returned
yesterday afternoon from Detroit. Mich.,
where he has been recuperating for several
days. His health was much Improved
by the trip.
Mrs. J. B. Jones, of Covington, Ky.,
and Miss Linnle M. Biles, of Dayton,
Ky., delegates to the Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society, returned home yesterday
morning. Mrs. Jonee is conf?Tcnce
secretary of the Kentucky division.
Both ladles are zealous workers in the
missionary cause. The** were guests of
Mrs. A. H. Forgey. of South Front
street, while In the city.
Croup Qarllkf Crntl*.
MOUNTAIN GLEN*, Ark.-Our children
were suffering with croup when we
received a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It afforded almost Instant
relief ? F. A. Thornton. This celebrated
remedy Is for sale by druggists.
Customers"^~?o1
Snook & Co.'s silks and dress gooda.
DON'T fall to attend the Roast Pig
Lunch to-night, at Hoe's saloon, corner
Sixteenth and Wood street. All are welcome.
Rat* Ball To-Il?r.
Bridgeport vs. Wheeling Laundry'p.
at Island Ball Park. Admission. 25c.
Ladies free. Game called at 3 p. m.
J. M. THIttSWEND, of Grosbeck,
Tex., says that when he has a spell of
Indigestion, and feels bad and sluggish.
he takes two of DeWitt's Little
Karly Risers at night, and he Is all
right the next morning. Manythousands
of others do the same thing. Do you?
Charles R. Goetze, Market and Twelfth
streets; Chatham Sinclair. Forty-sixth
and Jacob streets: A. K. Scheele. No.
607 Main street; Exley Pros., P*nn and
Zane streets; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport.
_ 7
Blouse Fronts and other
UtuUCU novel Dress Trimmings.
GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
PITT9BUBO EXPOSITION.
Laat Eicnralona orer Ihe !!.& O.
Thursday, October 14. nnd Saturday.
October 1G. Round trip. 25. Including
admission to the Exposition. Tickets
pood three day Round-trip tickets
will also be sold Saturday. October
lr.th. ot rato of J1 50. good returning
Saturday only.
Last week of the Exposition.
Co hear Sousa'p band.
Lost train leaves Pittsburgh Saturday
night at 11:50.
LOW BATES TO NASHVILLE
Via Pen nerlvain Lines for W?t Virginia
Day at Tenneaae? Centennial
Wednesday, October CO, will be "West
Virginia I)ay at the Tennessee Centennial
nnd International Exposition, at
Nashville. For this evont ten-day round
trip IICKCIS 10 i>nsil? iiu! irm ur ruiu ?ia
Pennsylvania lines. October 17 and 18.
nt J12 SO from Wheeling and other tlcke:
station* on the Pennsylvania lines In
West Virginia. For detail?", apply to
John Bailie, city ticket agent, or J. a.
Tomllnson, passenper nnd ticket agent,
Wheeling, W. Va.
WEST VIRGINIA DAY.
At Xaahvtllr, Trim. Oct. DOlli.-l.ow llilfi
Over (lie II. &- O.
For the above occasion the Haltlmore
& ohl? will ?ell excunlon tlckctn, October
17 and 19. to Nashville and return
at rate of $12 80. Return limit ton
days. For further Information* apply
to Baltimore & Ohio aKents.
WARNING: ? Persons who suffer
from coughs and colds should herd the
warnings of danger and save themselves
suffering and fatal results by
using One Minute Couph Cure. It la
an Infallible remedy for coughs, colds,
< roup, and all throat and lung
troubles. Charles It Ooetae, Market
and Twelfth streets*, Chatham Hlnclalr,
Fni-ty-slxth and Jacob stroets; A. R
HcheHe. No. 807 Main strwtj Exley
Pros., Penn and /line streets; Bowie
A l '.?. Hf Idirrpurt. 0
WE WILL TELLYOl
If your hrSdarhe* ronie from wrnk eye*ml ?i
If Rlinn will relieve them. Do y0|j
liuve headache? |>y your eyes witter
mnnft or burn? I'ois the print run to.
w'tlpr when ? ndlni? I>.? thin** npp.?
doubts, "r mlird Up? Have a dc*irn to
nib tli" ' Twltnnlng? For sny trouble
?f your . ) - consult jm We nmkr uIam?,
nt popular prices Mnkr n careful esnni(nation
frco of charitr, nod rely on our
own "kill and not our patients' Julgmorit
or answers.
<'on?iuHatlon iind examination free.
PHOF, XX. M11IQFF,
The ScUntlllc OptkUu,
Corner Main aud Eleventh Utreets. *
THE HUB-CLOTHIERS AND PUBLISHERS. **
The Hub is
Like a Bank!
i
Safe as a bank?honest as a bank'?where you take out jg
equivalent quality dollar for dollar what you invest?a banfc
where you get your money back on demand?a bank a(
opportunities, whose working capita! is ceaseless endear*
?sincere fidelity?of unusual offering like these:
One lot of genuine Bannockbum's Cheviot and Worsted
Suits, cut in single and double-breasted sacks, beautiful
brown and green effects, in checks, plaids and stripes, Italian
cloth lined, double stitched seams, and perfect fitting, worth
?ao, for$15.00.
The Gayrock Overcoat, made from strictly all-wool Ktt.
sey, lined with elegant quality Italian cloth, satin sleeve la1
ing in these coats, guaranteed for two years' hard wear
double stitched seams, deep French facings, sewed with best
| dye silk, colors blue, black, brown, tan, worth Si 5.
$10.00.
I
Our Suit and Ovcrcoat stock begins to sliow trustable qualities at
$0.50 and rounds out the best that money can buy at S25.00, From
one end of the line to the other satisfaction is guaranteed. If you
liave boys to clothe, send your address on a postal card and you will
receive free by return mail something that will interest you greatly.
THE - HUB,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREBT3.
THE DEALERS IN MEN'S AND BOYS* WEARABLES.
CLOTHING?LEE BAER.
| BRfcH o,j
30 TWEPFTH ST. {
TAKE YOUR PICK!
Take your pick of any Suit or Overcoat in our store,
you can't go wrong or make a mistake. No matter
what style or priced garment you select, you will find
Value, good Value, even- time. No trash or shoddy
clothing here; we don't deal in that kind. Ours are full
of merit and wearing qualities. Tell us how much you
want to spend, we will show you your full money's
worth in any Suit or Overcoat. We bought before the
recent advance in the tariff bill took effect, and will give
nnr natrons the advantage of these low nrices.
Our broad invitation is, Come in and see. No obligation
to buy,
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DACD'C CLOTHING
dALK O HOUSE.
BHOES-J. H. LOCKE BHOE COMPANY
|*WE HAVE MADE OUR REPUTATION FOR GOOD VALUES j
WITH THESE SHOES AT THESE PRICES: !
|
' I.aillri' 1'lnr FlesIM* OongnU Ilntton urn! Urf, all itflr* |
O Ntn'i Calf 8lioii) Cnii||rf?i mill lAft our own nmkr .
{ urn III VI I CDF I VAI1 ll'irj- *olf. Kilmilnn FH|f ' hoM, Hlir> j
? Wh iVIIjIj JIjLL IUU '?r ?.??. 1I.S0? s.1.00. f?.00 Hb??? A
II u lituu vuu v\J w|| to ?Ucy * ra,'i mnhr, Hie be?i tli?1 f
in ilir wini.i fbi 99*00*
oj. H. LOCKE SHOE CO.j
HOTELS. R8FR1OKRAT0RB, ETC. ,
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V yrt *\ i - > . fl v And if tirl"' will niovo th.m thli ?'
8 The Glades Hotel, 8 ,h,> ?"
3 OAKLAND, MD., 8 }1;S
; "all the year round." >! ! :'!!:!!"i!!:: !i;
go<x>oo<?ooo<x>ooo<?oc<K)CKyyx>5 geo. t. Johnson's sons.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL, r""
WOOD MRU I AND IHIRO AVtlUt, BTATtOMBRV, HOOKS, HTO.
PITTSBURGH, PA.. .? C.,LQUmBT' ....m,
it** bwn Improved throughout with . ?.
n vIpw of cmrrlnir to th*> comfort , Agent for ritUhurirh im;) ?. 1
of Ha iriir??t *. Kvrrvthlnir homHIki*. niirwli I'ommrrrlnMliiy-n- lit-'N>w
Furniture N? ? t'arpeU New l?Ml l>aulm. < umni' i In 1**1'i 1 > ,
I?r< nrailon(i. Nrw Manngrmont. Ni?w Yoih and otln*r l^nirrii ?'>' ';
Im.iim p?|H? l'll"??y ??a Million ???
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