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HALF PaiCB 8A1.B?8T0NE1 h THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas.
Monday Morning Begins
Our Annual S
For all Holiday Goods. We enumerate a
few of the goods that are to be sold half and less:
All Silver Novelties, except Sterling.
All Celluloid Novelties.
A Few Lamps.
All Games and Toys. All
Opal Etched Glassware.
A Few Lounges.
Hand-Painted Silk Covered Toilet Articles. THE
GREAT CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
Slashing reductions on all Wraps. Space
Terry Cloth Bath Robes and Sets, were $4.95 and (TO Cft
Towel Racks, Umbrella Stands, Window and
Hall Seats, Fire Screens, Tabourettes, all to
be sold at exactly half price.
Lot of Fancy Colored Silk Mufflers, that sold from 1Z(\
$1.50 to $3.50, choice . . . ? j
Stone & Thomas.
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CLOAKS- GEO. M. SNOOK & CO.
Snook & Co.
F 4NV STORE IN THIS CITV IS SELLING
ife CLOAKS ffife
" WE DON'T KNOW IT!
If any store in this city has better] WE HAVE NOT
cloak styles and colors than ours,; HEARD OE IT!
In fact our daily experience leads us to believe
that the smallest miss and the largest matron
can be BETTER fitted and suited here than
Costs you nothing to see our styles up
and hear our prices . . . .
SPECIAL PRICES ON MANY GOODS....
SUITABLE FOR NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
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NIGHT OniltTB -MTADDBN'H. (
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75c Flannelette |
Night, Shirts for 49c. |
Mm who hiv ll^vnr HHMl tl|f?i* nlc? 11
FlatnHHc* NI*M Hlilrm would i?? v?ry <}
tniii'h mir|iil*o<1 If thy UMllly knt'iv how '
t'(imr<irtnl?l<* lli^y to ulnop in
( Hilly niuiiiM Thi')'!'' oxlrii fin? 0'iwlJfv
nnfl f>ft nn jrlJJi, thl- ' ) ?? i m n |?rolty
nn<1 tv?"M I'l'f.mi, ov*ry uhlH llin |w- 1 (
fori unci If cxirn loili; mtfl 'xlr* wMp. V
nil in- mn'1" with yoke , ihm'IjmIh nnri
jIiiiiIiIp ??cwM wo liftvo Mlr.t'M MVfi i1
to M for only 40ft 1
Mcl ADDEN'S SIIIUT STORE, ;i
(U(l nml Hit Murk ill Slfcnl, Mirrflmj. !
WK MAIltfl MillIIIN III UIIKMU |
OOOOOOOOOOOOC OOOOOOOOC OC OOOCOC CXiOOOOO
All Slippers 3?
THIS WEEK ONLY
At one-third off regular price.
Some elegant things left if we
have the size you want.
SHOE SELLER. jt 1049 MAIN ST.
Is prlco-lesa! Yot how llttlo It costs to
keep tho eyed in perfect condition, if tliey
arc properly attended to lit tho right time.
Too many people tall to appreciate the
value of perfect ?yenlght, until If in ion
Into to olitaln it. Auk for our I'older on
"How to Preserve tho Eye-Bight."
H. W. EWALT,
Optician for Dillon, V/ksat & Handier Co.
PIANOS?P. V7. HAUMER CO.
For the ?
Wo have ordered nix carloads Vj
of piano*. Wo expect to *??ll mL
even nioro than tneHe. They
Ikauer and I<udwlg pianos.
WE HAVE RENTED W
AN EXTRA STORE ROOM jig
To glvo us room In our own Bfl
store to display this largo
stock. In no other store cun Sw
you find bo lurK?* an assort- Bf
ment. Of no other llrm can EWr
you obtain as low priced, qual- Bff
ity always considered. C'oino "Ei
In and let us prove It. CJ,
IF. W. Banner Co. 1
J? 1310 MARKET STRUCT* 0|
Olllcei Nod. Jiiiaml '47 Fourteenth Strnot.
Stocks for Sale?(J. O. Smith.
Grand opera Houso?McCarthy's Mish0,,s
Masonic Funeral Notice.
Stockholders' Meeting?Peahody m*urflnce
Meeting of Stockholders-Hank of tho
Stockholders' Mooting ~ International
Stockholders Moetlng-Tho German
Hank of Wheeling.
Lost?Part of Masonic Charm.
India and Ceylon Teas?iI. F, Hehrcnu
Wringers?Goo. W. Johnson's Hons.
Would Not he Without?List's Jlomc
Fine Holiday Goodr-Nosbltt & Uro,
K. K. Wort hen?Dentist.
(Ireat Reductions In Chamber HullsAlexander
For Halo? A Uood Home?Holt & /.anc?
Jf An.v tit ore In This Clty-Guo, M. Snook
& Co.?Eighth Page.
RUN ON PANTS,
1,70 ?l.r)r* of t'Jfyrnii Alt-Wool Trouter*
lug* rrdncwil rnun fjiS mi ?0: 100 mytri of
olt-pmt A11-Wool TroitKcriiigH ivdnued
froiu *7 to * "?, which we nr* prop"nul in
mnliniii urilor mi *hort natter. Almiy of
tli?n? gondii uro Ion tliunrrmt, mill moat
Itmcnlm. <?. If f^SN & MI.XN,
ruBtiluiiulilo Tailor* and riirnlalilrn, 1U21
and 1 .tlarket utreet.
THAT HEAVY, TIRED FEELING,"
Cmmril l?y rriulilti; tho iirlr-|irntaliig aiIi.
u( df-iiniucil optical eximrtl (I), dottorn
(1profoMiiri !i unit clnlrvoynitls (1)
mil lir rttrril without |iiibllully l>y .1. XV.
( rubb, Opllrlnu.
Wnlrrliritla Ait Dlie.
Water rents are now due and are subject
to a discount of 10 per cont. If paid
botore December 31. Not taking advuntSKC
of thin discount is uiulvnleivt to
borrowing money at tho rate of -10 per
cent, per annum. Can you afford thi ?
Remember, In order to save tho discount
you will have to pay your bill on or liefore
Friday, December 31. Office open
every night this week until 8 o'clock.
Ilnitb-I IMngri' AMlgtlt.
Yesterday Daniel Dinger mode an Individual
assignment to George Hatch,
this growing out of tho failure and assignment
of the firm of Dinger Uroa
few dayM ago. 'Flic deed transfers tho
south half of lot So, 190, In Zutie'n Island
addition, with the usual provisos.
In this court, yesterday? before .Tudge
Hervcy, J. C. Tallman, of llelmon'i
county, wos admitted to war tiro.
The ease of Poole *Vr Purdy vs. J, F.
CUtur was continued
In the cose of LorettA May Clator, et
?)., vs. .John K. Clator, *-t ul., there was
,i decree appointing George ID. Hopd
and W. J. W. Covvden wpeelal receivers.
liond, $r>,000; John 10. ciutor,surety.
llimrd nf <'? intiil^it??nr ?.
The board of county commissioner*
held a brief session yesterday before
Hiking up (hp ivn- tal auditing work.
A resolution was adopted, directing the
prosecuting attorney to InetltUtc condemnation
proceedings nmilnst Mr.
Com ml for n sfrJp of ground along the
national road, tv ir the Woods' rtitt
bridge, upon which tho county deilrcs
to ereet a elono wall, to widen the rond i
nt that point. The per diem or tho
members and of tho transportation
agent of tho board was ordered pnlil,
TIIKltPJ Is nothing wtporlor to Salvation
oil far tlir> relief mill rill, of
wounds of all hinds. J Is rffeot Is marvelous,
IVrsotil having watches, clocks, Jewelry,
etc., left at our storo for repairs,
had better call for same on or hufors
.lanuary 1, IBM, We are golnii om nf
btitlnipfi, our eniiro slocg, Ineludlmi
safe and lUtuxn, for sale. Ootid4 not
called for will bo sold for charges.
,\V. J. LUK1CNB At CU,
IT'S A PROBLEM. '
The Crematory Question Discussed
at 11 Meeting ol
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
Held Last XlgUt?The Mm iter ofa9bil&hle
Silo was D(termed, and u Commute* It%
!\mmd to llM]M?t9nltBble Local tou? tor
tlte flaul That le to Itepleca IU? PrcMUl
City Iiutltnilou ou th? II111-top-Several
Locations Hew Ueea Kiigifcaicd,
The crematory problem is bothering
the minde of the city solona. The que*
tion is now confined to a suitable site,
and In the event of any of the sites
considered being chosen, there is certain
to be a JsJcH from the residents of
that locality, The council committees
on heulth and ordinances at their joint
meeting last night appointed a com* ;
mltteo to Inspect suitable sites within
the city limits Friday, in company with
Mr. Howland, of Philadelphia, who is to
erect (he plant.
Chairman Hazlett was the presiding
oflleor at the brief session held lust
night in the first branch chamber.
There was w lull attendance of both
committees and City Solicitor Nesbitt,
and City Health Officer Jepson stood
ready to assist over the stumbling
places. -After general discussion,
Chairman Hazlett appointed a cominltteo
of three, Messrs. List, Bucey and
/Balrd, who will go around the city
looking up a site to-morrow afternoon,
and report Monday evening, when the
committees are called to meet again.
The location of the crematory was
first billed for the Peninsula, but a kick
from there has necessitated the delny.
Other places suggested are ut Jonathan's
Ravine, near the Terminal
tracks; on the river bank below Twenty-ninth
street; and at Caldwell's run.
To put the plant outside the city limits
would take It outside the city's Jurisdiction.
As stated, there is sure to be ,
a kick from any quarter of the city In
which tho crematory 1b located, and if
the opposition should succeed in pre- <
venting the plant from being located
where decided, the city would then be
thrown back on Its own plant, and be
compelled to spend several thousand
dollars repairing me rami; iraji, mai
now does duty on the hill-top In the
Ilnwliy Petition llrjrclfil, I
Following the joint committee meeting
the committee on ordinances got
together and considered the petition of
James L. Hawley for the privilege of
building steps at tho Tenth atruet pave- 1
mont of his building at the corner of
Tenth and Main streets. The committee
rejected the petition.
In C'ltiflc Ilotmiaoit's Ofllor.
Yesterday in Clerk Robertson's ofllce,
the following marriage licenses were
John S. Le Page, n native of Cambridge,
Ohio, aged thirty-one fears, and
Llllle D. Clark, u native of Cambridge,
0.. aged twenty-three years.
C. B. Koch, a native of Saginaw,
.Mich., aged twenty-nine years, and
Anna L. Alblnger, a native of Columbus,
o., aged twenty-seven years.
Harry H. Craig, a native of Belmont
county, O., aged twenty-five, and Emma
flnoger, a native of Wheeling, aged
The following transfers of real estate
Deed made December 28, 1807, by Hubert
White and 11. M. Russell, tpdclul
commissioners, to James K. Hall, for
a piece of land on the National road,
part of the Noah Zane property; consideration,
Dead made December 28, 1897, by H,
M. Hussell, special commissioner, to 11.
C, Richards, for lot No. C, in plat No. 2
of the Porter heirs estate; consldera
Deed made December 2">, 1807, by 0.
Albert Kern to John H. Counehnn. for
lots numbered 53 and 64, Echo Point,
Aril Ida SaW*.
The besl salvo in the world for Cuts, '
Prulscs, Mores, Ulcers, Salt Khcum,
Fever SorcB, Tetter, Chapped Hands, i
fhillblnlns, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no ,
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price cents per box. For sale by Lo- ,
gun Druse Co. _ 1 I
( 'nlilrii Opporloiitlv.
To secure the greatest bargains of your 1
l!f* . We havo some choice Cut Glass,
Hold Watches for men and ladles, Dla- '
jnond Kings. Studs. Cuff Buttons, Earrings,
Scarf I'liiH, etc. Our sale will continue
this week. (5re.it reductions in all
L, ,T. LUKEJNS & CO.
"LITTLE COLDS" neglected?thousands
of lives Hoorlllced every year. Dr.
Wood's Norway* Pino Syrup cures little
colds?cures* big colds too, down to the
very verge of consumption. 3
( ooil t'pi ijtlk I'Iaiiii
For the holidays wo /ire offering n
good uptight piano of standard make,
fully guaranteed. In fancy walnut, inn*
hoganfr or oak ense, at 1236. This piano
Jr. extra good Value.
F. \V, DAUMEH CO.
SPECIAL Bargains this weok nt
LukonS ?Vr Co'*.
UlCYCLE riders take the "kink" out '
of their lame bade wllh Sloan's L'.nl*
inent. Sold by Win. Schwertfoger, 1140
Main street. ^
Hrcoilit llnud VpViftllt I'lmio Vat Hnle,
AW have one Rood Upright piano of 1
well known make, which we aro Offering
at .1 very low price.
F. W. BAUMER CO.
I1AROA1N week at W. J. Lukens &
IN regard to llie merits of Dr. Sloan's
valuable Remedies, too much cannot bn
said. J)r. lOarl H. Sloan, the nolo proprietor
and jiMtMifneluior ??f these remedies,
has bis laboratory and offices In .
Itoston, Mass., nml the large shipment:!
sent out from there are, in themselves,
a good testimonial or the growing d.
maud of his medicine. Tinde supplied
liv Win. Hchwertfogei', 11IU Main slvoi i,
Wheeling, W Vn.
ATTEND W. .1. Lukens Si Co.'s llnrga111
Sale thin wet-k.
Special for 10 Dtiys,
... . solltalrs D l a m on o
aVI V Itinss, Hi't with full out
IK*. II.'., f;i? nti.i ?:v, bin
nmiids Ring* am
' w I til the IIiipsi it) itwhite
illntnomls, nml are Jusl the ihlna for
ii medium pilent (Mil htmiii ulii (Inlil
t#ockMs, sot with full nil fllic wlllto |||ii.
tni/nds. flpni J.1 Up. W. hsv?- iliiiinnhiiM
from M.BR t? $'? each. fills week w? pis en
mi solo m line (laid Watches al m|.h|m| I
urines. Hold Idled I'lnln wiilehow, win- |
ranted, from t?i.Mi up Holid uold i;in in
watehns, warmtiled, from lift up, Wo iuim<
f.MJ.OOii worth of tiaiiKitii'i now on sale. (
IBHIlDFr' BROS., |
Cor MiiIii and Eleventh Streets. |
THE HOB--CLOTHIERS AND FPawSBBBa.
At once to clean up the odds and ends and \ I
broken sizes left from the great rush of the \|
last few weeks. We begin in the Boys'
Clothing Department, and shall offer during
One lot of Boys' All Wool Reefer Suits, fl) A A A
Hinging from 3 to 8 years, worth jn/ I ill
$2.75 and $3.50, to close up at . . V"'vV
One lot of Boys' All Wool Vestee Suits, (ft A A A
nicely trimmed, ages 3 to 8 years, ill/ ill I
wo/t i $2.75, $3.00 and $3.50, at.. VUi v w
One lot of Boys' All Wool Suits, 6 QA A A
to 15 years, worth $4.50 and $5.00,
at , . i ? .. i
Also dozens of other items in both Men's
and Boys' Department which we have been
unable to get ready in time for this t4ad,"
will be offered during this week at prices
that should clean them up in a hurry.
During this special sale your money back,
THE - HUB,
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
Him CORNER, FOURTEENTH ANI> MARKET STREETS.
801T3 AND OVBROOATS?BA.Ea'3.
j Clothing Store.
HarilCSt. There is no store in Wheeling where
lifllQ mcn u-h0 dress well can be as well served
To for as little miney as here.
Think No Clothing' Store giA'CS the care and
Of attention to quality, style and general excellence
of :ts garments that this store docs.
Overcoat 'iaiu"c just suc^ Clothes as the
'; majority of good dressers want. Our
sales are large, our profits are small.
-That's the way this firm does business.
TWELFTH STREET CLOTHING HOUSE.
FLIPPKKS-J. H. LOCKE SHOB COMPANY.
[Christmas and Slippers]
! GO HAND IN HAND. \ J
T Nothing nicer, more ,ippropri<ilr\ or that will be appreciated more by your I
friends. We lime them ot prices that leavo a 4
J boliince In the pockctbooK, 4
! 75c $1.00 $1.25. J
| J. H. LOCKE SHOE CO. j
KXl'EUT ACCOUNTANT. | WEAL KflTATB.
W. G. WILKINSON, Real Estate Bargains!
Oil Market St.. Wheeling, W. Yo.
Auditor and Accountant. n,"
M I'M ( . I *"0(1 III'
Ml"" Inl Attention i-Ivmi tn < ?ntnlnftlIon ?" ' 0 N'"?(? t'inllt H(trr(. ft no
of Ui'couut". Will l)? jiI'muiimI to litVo your ?" ,is ^ 11 lulu ntN-H, loom*, hi Irk.
lintroniiK*'. , ??.0? "" Huml? Hromlwny, room* n'"'
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Mill Mill Hll.lim" Mil III* A lr\ . Mlll'lirll, M. I M ,ln , .I.inoilrlli
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II'ViT r" wR^ lltii \l fflSii r"1-' 7" I'':- on tL Inland in lli'o cOUUJ
in lilt of \\ lt?,?,lliii!, .11. .lornY**, I'liKhlnr Ii\ nin In ill n.<i ?.r ?i.. ,n,
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K%'*K RINEHART & TATLJM,
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