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SHELF EMPTYING?S
Stone &
Shelf Emptying
The rule here,
crowding in on
room to accomm
offer you values
Store all througl
200 dozen Ladies' Ribbed Sleeveless 1
naonaay
ioo dozen Ladies' Blcached Ribbed SI
Monday each... .....
10 pieces Fine Silk Ginghams, in pla
50c.and 65c, Monday peT yard..
25 pieces Wash Silks, 21 inches wide,
39c and 49c qualities, Monday p
tot of 27 and 33-inch wide Jap Silks
value 59c, Monday per yard...,
A' colectfon of about 35 picces Novel
Tweeds and Mixtures, good, de
quality, Monday per yard.........
10 pieces Plain Black, Bright Lustre ?
regular 75c grade, Monday per y:
Roxbury, Stinsen's and Smith's best
Carpets, 90c everywhere, here at,
Hartford and Smith's Axminster Bri
here at, yard
MADE, LAID AN
In the Basement
SALE OF DRESS SUIT CASE
,With Brass Locks, Kej
.Clearance sale of National Lawn Her
> 30-inch
14-inch i.WV ~ .. f.W.
. 50 dozen 4-quart Maslin Iron Kettles, 1
MONE &
' RIBBONS, ETC.?GEO.
SNOOK
PnlSrv nirfpfoc..
vr V/ J K/IVVU WvJ
Fashion Demand;
That this store should si
chandise at the very least
evidence with which we I
i Wide Ribbons 16c Yard.
Plain and Moire Taffeta Ribbons?75
piece??20 wantable tints?high quality? (
pure ailk?average value 23c yard?we
i only charge you 16c yard. The demand
.will bo great, eo come at once. 3
c
Feather Dusters 10c Up. '
Feather dusters have advanced fifty
per cent, but we doubt Jf you ever
bought standard Dusters us cheap os
this:
Genuine Turkey Feather Duster**? *
Size 8-inch 10c. Size 10-lnch IGc. j
Size 22-inch 35c. Size 14-inch 43c. <
Size 16-Inch 48c. \
Real Ostrich Feather Dusters, close '
and downy, 3fic each. >'
UmbrelIas==Pay 98c
and take your choice of four of the
greatest lines of Umbrellas we have ever
shown. Covering are of Twilled Silk
Gloria and Plain Taffeta, Steel Rods,
Paragon Frames, 8ilver Trimmed Handles
among them. Slzn 26 and 23-lnch. .
SL39 fftr 24-lnch Colored Gloria Umbrel- ]
las.' We sell tho famous "Dent" !Um 3
brella.
Children's New Silk and 1
Infants' Long Slips and Ski
GEO. M. SN<
NP.W GOODS?JOHN
New Good
We will put on sale, com- "
mencing Monday, the 8th,
twenty-six different patterns of '
Also a big line of Chamber Sets.
No use drinking muddy i
FILTER that has stood the test
JOHN FRIEE
alio MAIN
TONS SB THOMAS.
Thomas.
t
xr r?-ii r *****
iNCW ra.ll VJUUUD Oiu
us and we must have
odate them. To-day we
that will crowd the Big
2Jc
cevelcss Vests, the ioc kind, jjg
ids and stripes, that sold at 35c
in plaids, checks and stripes, Q R ?
er yard flllu
, all colors, slightly mussed,
r > t I (It !! < MV V
ty Dress Goods, embracing
sirable styles, regular 50c 25C
Sicilians, 45 inches wide, our 59C
10-wire Tapestry Brussels Dfln
yard..... UuU
jssels Carpets, $1.35 value, 99c
D LINED FREE.
S.
's and Fastenings, at
EXACTLY HALF PRICE
.vers?
$1.35
$1.55
.vhite lined, Monday cacli...10c
Thomas.
M. SNOOK & CO.
& co.
5
ipply the very choicest merprices.
Here's the kind of
jack up our statements:
Children's Hose 15c Pair.
Fast block new process dye?double at
he knees, heels and toes?seamless?
lightly?1weighty?Just a case?sizes 6 to
>?value 25c pair. Have you ever heard
>f more Hose goodness crowdcd Into tho
rmall price of 15c pair?
Plate Glass Mirrors.
These mirrors are made of clear, heavy
\merlcan plate glass?frames of solid.
xdlshed oak:
Size 6x8.... 2"c. Slzo 8x10.... 69c
3lzo 0x12.... 95c. Slzo 10x17....$L2S
3lze 12x20.... 11.95 Blzo 14x24....|2.50
Those nro glass measurements, oxcluilve
of frame?.
Hand Mirrors 10c up.
Triplicate Mlrrora 25c.
Get Our Way Down
prices on Waists. Fulls, Lawns, Fancy
Neckwear, Muslin Underwear and other
summer goods.
Lawn Dresses and Skirts,
rts. > >
OOK & CO.
r FUIBDBL & CO.
S.
n 44*\4~s s>4* Q r*\r*
LyiillJLCi UtlD
AT VERY low PRICIS.
ivater when you can get a
for 10 years, for $2.35.
)EL & CO.,
a^xi.xixi'r.
aHOB3~ALEXA.NDSB.
j We have 2\ i
HaVe 3K.AA.A.B. I,
^ dies' $3 to $
Boat* at
You $l*35,
I
a j
We alto tuve 2)
Small
ana Colored 0;
lords, 32.00 I
r * r? 33.30 grades, <
FOOt? 75c.
ALEXANDER,
SHOE StlltR. 1049 Main S
BICYCLES.'
C*0*0*0*<>*0*0'*0*0*0*
| OR PER CENT
g ZO DISCOUNT
! onal! Bicycles |
!rOR NEXT TFN DAYS.
DILLON, WHEAT &
HANCHER CO. j?
a+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o*
SH0B3-NAY BROTHERS.
This Weeli
will nbout clean up our tnn shoes,
Judging from the way thny have
I been moving since our CLEAN UP
SAIJ3 began. This sale has been
remarkably successful. and It Is not
tn K? nnnrinroH fit ulnpft fiVorV ShOU
Is new and up" to dat<*. mr?a
THE PEOPLE KNOW THIS,
henco tho quirk moving of a lar?je
stock of seasonable footwear at
prices so low that almost anjrono
can afTord to wear tho best In tan
shoes at a small cost.
Same special prices rulo:
MEN'S SHOES, Hill LADIES' SHOES.
J5.00 ko at ?.as. ill;. *00 BO at ?.<
jjT/1 k" nt Hi?' , S2.G0 KO at 11.9
lljO KO at J1.S7. Sil'i $2.00 so at *1.5
Our windows show some of tho styles.
Nay Brothers,
ONE PRICE jt jt Jt J> SHOE!
1317 Market St.
fflv 3ntc%citrcr
Office: No*. Jifi nti<l 37 Fourteenth Ktroet.
Sr\r AilvrrlliriuriiM,
An Ideal Piano?Million, Wilkin & C<
Tho Cathedral High school*
Walnut Orove Property.
When You Want?1L II. Llrt.
Ap-nii Wanted to Sell Bicycle Noveltj
For Rent?Desirable Three-Story Brio
House.
Gentlemen of Business Ability.
flrand Opera House?Tho llroadway Bui
lesquern.
Miss Frances L. Bell Will Reopen lie
School.
A Larpe Assortment of Olives?II. I
Bcbrens Co.
Kngravcd Calling: Cards and Wedding Ir
Vliuiiuim B VIU V.IIJ ..uvn mu..
Just in Season?Geo. W. Johnson's Soni
If You Contomplatn a Fall Trip?Geo. I
Stlfol & Co.?Third Page.
Hoys' School Suits?Tho Hub?Eight
Page.
Walking Advertisements?D. Gundllng.
Co.?Fifth Page.
Shelf Emptying?Stono tk ThomasEighth
Pagn.
Table Linens?Geo. R. Taylor Co.?Flft
Pane. v
l'lense the Boy n? Well as YourselfKraus
Bros.?Fifth Page.
20.000.
We have filled mum than twenty tlioi
sand pairs ??l Spectacle*, Riving tu n re<
ord and experience une<|iinlled by nu
other optician In Wast Virginia. Hutlsfai
lion eaarameed.
JACOB W. r.ltllllK, optician,
No. l.'IIXl .Vnrket Street.
RUN ON PANTS.
SO.OO, reduced fioin SK.OO.
8"?.00, reduced from 87.00.
Rlade to order on short notice. The*
elegant Wool Trousering* are grent torn
gain*, and cannot be replaced exuept a
a much higher figure.
C. 11 ESS A SONS
Faalilonnble Tailors nud Furulahors, 133
aud 1393 Market street.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Matleriof Minor Moment In ami Abon
(he Clfr*
Tho E. Wi Stephens Relief Corp
trolly party hap h.-.-n pi?.?tpwiivd t
Friday evening1, September 2.
Edith COimell's house Nineteen!!
ptn-fL was raided by the police In?
ntghrt, awl the woman and Ave girls an<
nln?* men were arre??tcdv
The house occupied by Richard .Tame
nn Wood street. South Side, caught llr
last evening:. The Eighth ward engln
it spondfd to the call i^'rot In- and ex
tinguirhed the lire before much drnnag
wa? done.
Charles Clark was arrested yesterda
by Officer Walker on the chance o>f at
tempting to steal a number o?f article
from a room* at Edward Hanke's pine
ore Water street. Ciark resisted th
officer and caused considerable trourbl
before he was finally overcome-.
The Xaverian Urothers, of the Cn
thedral High School, under Brother An
gelus, will leave their college of Mt. S
Joseph, nenr Baltimore, for Wheeling
lo-daf. The pupils and patrons nr
glad to have the services of this efll
clent corps of teachers, under Ilrothe
Angelus. The school htilldlng has bee
entirely remodeled for t ii?- coining yeai
HREAT MUSICAL EVENT.
One of <he most pleasing entertain
ments of the season nt Wheeling Par!
will be the fioiniw-rnachtsfest by th
Opera House band and orchestra, o
Wednesday evening. This concert I
given by special request of those wh
auenueu uie one k?v?*ii hi uui?. jvh ? *
cellent programme Ins been In prepnra
tlon for some time, which assure* an tu
tlfltlc Interpretation of the various num
born. Tho band will be assisted by Mi
Zulauf, hasrio, nnd Mr. Hmcrson, tenoi
who will render several poIob with brni
hand accompaniment. The concert be
(ID* Oh Ih" arrival of Ihe 7:W o'cloci
special motor. Dancing In tho cnsln
will follow the concert.
STENOailAl'HY nnd Type Wrltln
has been added to the curriculum c
studies at Mt. <lo Chnnlal Academy,
that young ladles will not only bo vein
* 1 In literature nn?l flne nrt, but wli
also become acquainted with tho prac
tlcal nnd useful art.
e "AMERICAN BOY"
?4
Battleship Movement will have n
Celebration on Friday.
~ RANKIN GOOD TIIE AUTHOR
s
OF THE IDEA, IS TO BE HERE
THEN-HE WILL BE MET AT
J THE RAILROAD STATION Bilk
SEVERAL HUNDRED 0CHOOT.
V COTS, AND WILL ADDRESS THE
It WHEELING BOYS?SPEAKING,
CONCERT AND DANCING AT
WHEELING PARK.
Never before has there been and poislbly
not again In many years will
there be such a gathering of school
boys as that called for this evening in
t, one of the council chambers at "the city
- building. The meeting is called by Elmer
Bonnette and Harry Weisgerber,
? thirteen year old school boys, of the
? Union district public school, for the
p purpose of arranging for next Friday's
$ demonstration, when it is expected
6 Wheeling's school boys will raise sev
eral hundred dollars for the "American I
!? Boy" battleship fund, the particular! or
which were first given In the Intelligencer
some time ago, Just after the I
Idea was sprung by young Rankin
Good, a Woodward high school boy, of j
Cincinnati.
On Friday, the management of the I
Wheeling & Elm Grove railroad has j
agreed to give a goodly percentage of
it* receipts to the "American Boy" j
fund, and the boys propose to do all I
they can to encourage a record-breaking
day of traffic on the suburban line.
At to-night's meeting many of the details
of "American Boy" day will be
} arranged. Master Bonnette, who has
taken the foremost part In the movef
ment here, will preside at the meeting,
D and no doubt his assistant, Master
z Weisgerber, will be ot the secretary's
desk. Mayor Butts and City Clerk
^ Watk!n9 would do well to attend the
meeting and get some pointers from the
youngsters.
r Master Bonnette submitted to an in^
terview at the hands of an Intelligencer
reporter last night, and outlined his
plans with n clearness and entire grasp
of his subject that would have done
Chauncey Depew himself credit.
He proposes to arrange for a big
school boy parade on Friday afternoon.
mnslo ,.n nf nil tlin I
school boys of the cttf who will participate.
will form shortly before 3 o'clock
on Eighteenth street, and the line of
march will be to the Baltimore & Ohio
passenger station, South Side, where
there will be a tremendous ovation upon
the .arrival of Rankin Good, the Cincinnati
boy. who Is responsible for the
s "American Boy" Idea, on the 3:25 train.
* Young Good will be given the post of
7. honor at the head of the procession, and
then the line of march will be taken up
3- town, as follows: From the station to
Market, up Market to Twelfth, on
Twelfth to Chapllne, on Chapline to
Fifteenth, on Fifteenth to McColIoch,
on McColIoch to Sixteenth, on Sixteenth
to Eoff, and on Eoff to the Terminal
station grounds, whore there is to be
>, nn open air meeting, at which an addross
by Bankln Good will bo the Principal
feature.
_ The programme further contemplates
extensive "doings" in the evening at
? beautiful Wheeling park. The boys are
expected to congregate there at 8 p. m..
accompanied where desirable by their
_ parents and friends. At 8 o'clock, In
the Casino, there will be another ad_
dress by Master Good, and this will be
followed bf dancing and music. The
dancing music will be donated by Prof.
)# Jones. Mr. "William Clemans will have
one or two vocal selections, and the
Waldo Mandolin Club will play. The
r. Mountain State Quartette will also
k have a place on the programme, and altogether
an excellent programme will
be had.
In the afternoon the Cathedral School
r Cadets will appear In a body.
' ABOUT PEOPLE.
Strangers In Che City nitil Wheeling Peopip
Ahioitil.
2. C. Moore and- wlf.e of New Mbrtlns*
vlllo ure ae the Windsor.
U.*E. Durst has jeft for Niagara Falls
t and- Canada for a few d&ya
B. S. Smith, of Pnrkersburg, was> the
guest of the Ilowell yesterday,
h D. M. Morris, of Slstersvllle. was reg
4stered at the McLure yesterday.
~ Carson Go we, of Martin's Perry, will
study medicine under the direction of
I>r. Geo. I*. MwCoy, of the South- Side.
i. Referring to notice of Lirw'.v graduate*
in Intelligencer of ?7th. the John
t Tinker mentioned should be George
K. Tinker of the Astor battery.
Mr. T. Proseer who has been In the
employ of th?- La.BeHe tin mill leaves
to-day for AWance. Ohio, to become a
student In the Ml. Union college.
Ml*, and Mrs. Henry Bleberson have
returned from Atlantic City and other
s seashore retwts. At Atlantic City, they
met Mr. and' Mrs .11. P. Bchrenw, who
n an- Just ta< k from their eight months'
trip lrv Continental Kurope. Mr.
I Hehrcrw learned from Mr. llhrberson of
his re nomination on the Republican
ticket. Be Is quoted air Ix-lrvg very glad
to be back home fronv Europe.
t A FINK vocalist from one of the
best musical concerts In the country.
* will take charge of the department of
o vocal music at Mt. de Clmntal Academy.
_
h Dnnlnp lint Opening*
\ I will open on Thursday, September
1. a full lino of Dunlap's latest fall
blocks of Silks, Derbys anil Soft Hats.
* Also a full lint* of Guyer's Soft awl
Stiff lints for fnll and winter, ns well
; n* all the other latest styles and grades.
Call and see the correct blocks.
C. A. NOBLE,
44 Twelfth Street. Sole A Kent.
y Wheeling, W. Vn.
8 911-Kxcanlou i?? Xo? thrrn .'UIcIiIzru.
? Tuesday, September 6. fll round trip
,, to Petoskey, Traverse City or Mackinac
Island, from Wheeling over Pennsylvania
Lines. Ask John Ballle, or J. f?.
Tomllnfon, Ticket Agents, Wheeling,for
j" further In format km.
ll..lnr>il t!nlra vlu ( I f i In ItliKr II.
Wheeling to Cincinnati, O IS 50
Wheeling to Lexington, Kjr 7 60
Wheeling to Louisville, Kjr 9 00
Wheeling to Louisville, Ky., second
8 f?0
; ^^Speclal Sale
Our buyer If now lu New York purclias"
|nc our fnll and holiday goods. nu<l in or
d?-r to reduce our stock arc ottering bari
trains on our pntlri* lfn?-.
r Goo Ludli**' and flents* Solid Gold and
'* /"??I.1 I.'illixl Will flu :l. \v:i mi lit >1 t Mm.
* ^'rjiQ Diamond RlnRD from S5 to $3fl0.00 rnrh
- You will llnd many barxalnH in Diamonds
Ic In thin lot.
.. Hours' l^ft Silver Knives nnd Forks
S? per doxon. Solid Silver Tea Spoons
13 7:. prt urt.
Ladles' Solid Cold Ring* from 11.00 up.
q children'* Solid (Sold Rlnif* from 50e up
f Wo do lino watch repairing at reduced
n prices.
5 SHEFF BROS.,
Corner Main and Eleventh Street*.
BOYS' SCHOOL BUT
Boys' Schc
Youll be wanting School 1
few days. While you have
around a bit and see what
We're so pleased with oui
hardly wait to hear your
floor is crowded with the 1
dren's Stock we have ever
more reasonable for the q
See Our Line of Boys' School
Suits at $2.00 and $2.50.
They are showy and well made i
months of wear. They are wel
higher grades.
See Our Line of Boys' School
Suits at $3.00 and $3.50.
"They are one of the strongest I
same goods you find marked e
Strictly all wool and made in a
tures.
We will not tell you of our s]
Trousers at 50c. If you've had
again.
THE HU
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH
TABLE LINENS?GEO.
Geo. R. Taylo
TABLE LINENS.
A new supply just received of 1
price from 48c to $2.50 per yard.
08 to 72 inches.
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS.
Handsome Satin Damask Clc
a half, three, three and a half and fc
around, to sell for ?2.98, $3.62, $4,
NAPKINS
To match these cloths from ?]
TOWELS.
We offer a special bargain i
Towel, 33 inches long and 17 inchi
Hemstitched and Fringed All
to sell from 25c to $1.50.
REMNANTS.
A few of the remnants of Wo
Materials left from last week's sal
greater reduction in price, as we a
these odds and ends over to the fa
We arc receiving New Good
will be advantageous to see them
styles advanced for the coming sea
Geo. R. Taylo
WHITE, HANDLE'
Lamps...
TTT f . . #
we nave iust receti
that were ever brou
all prices. >
Decorated \ Qn
Night Lamps . .
Brass <M QO
Banquet Lamps . ?pl? uO
Free! &E?
hogany finish,
CALL AND SE
WHITE HflNDIJ
** M* A AA4AA1 JUJ
Herman frank, Frank E.
224L7 AND 2Q40 MA.
J. n. LOCKS 8H0
if
LOCKE SHOE
HOTELS.
(5 >M??ISI 10 till S1A1I01" S
jj The Glades Motel, 1
is OAKI AND, MD., g A]
6 "ALL THE YEAR ROUND." 8
rS-THB HUB.
>ol Suits!
Suits for the boys in a
the time, why not look
the stores are offering.
: fall line that we can
opinion. Our second
argest Boys' and Chilshown,
and prices are
ualities they represent.
khool Suits, that'll give many
>1 made and fit as well as the
incs we have ever had. The
lsewhere at $i and $2 more.
11 the nobby; plaids and mixpecial
Double Seat and Knee
them once you'll want them
r n 1 Clothiers, Hatters
I I l j and Furnishers,
AND MARKET STREETS.
R. TAYLOR CO.
r Company.
choice Linen Damasks, ranging in
The width of these linens is from
>ths, two yards wide, and two and
>ur yards in length, with bordtrall
38 and up to $9.00 a cloth.
[.18 to $4.62 per dozen.
in an All Linen Hemmed Huck
:s wide, for I2jc.
Linen Damask and Huck Towels
>ol Dress Goods, Silks and Wash
c, and tlicy will be sold at a still
re determined not to carry any of
11 season.
s in all departments daily, and it
and become acquainted with the
ison.
>r Company,
7 & FQ3THB.
tzd the best Hne of Lamps
ght to the city. Lamps at
j* j? *
ALL LAMPS
COMPLETE,
WITH GLOBE.
FREE with every Lamp at
a Stand?"Oak or MaE
THEM
BY t FOSTER.
Foster, Receivers.
RSBT BTRBBT.
B COMPANY.
he Best Shoe Made
?. At Any Price.
; nnn Ti*. ih?t in u?- rrtw.
UlUr worth every cent of th?*
l/#vv* Xuthlng In-ltrr made In f??.!
xnr. Wo have thorn In Vlcl Kid and ?y'*
iv Calf. ?-xtra ht?avy solo, llnod throu*n*
t Vlth Vlcl Kid. Tho idral winter *na
II Phoo.
SPTCIAl VAllltS WHILE IHFV l*SI.
m'n Chocolate Viol Kid. Vontinc
rop. I?aoe, Coin Too. th* -(]
luallty. We put the price low
lono out
?n'* Chocolate Goat. Vesting A
rop, Laco, corroot etylt. ttWM CII
nmllty. Only a few of them left $l?tJV
C07VEP7SNY.
MACHINERY. ^
) KDMAK * CO.,
iitifnn * * u i nillVICTtl
lilVIMlAIi BAUIli"'"
S'D MANUFACTURERS OT MARIS*
AND 8TATI0NAHT ?NOMIS*lull
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