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|Stone &
I Other Things Beside
Dress Goods.^^^^*
,y '' V You must not expect tis I
Goods all the while. Other departmi
CV" os tell you of a department in whic
& beautify your home.
I Drapery Dept.
^ The Draperies of a roo
It its beauty, and there is not a desir
If*' ??' ' that is .not be found here.
|y Silkolines. f
E Over a hundred new pieces and i
LJ/, styles here. Hardly think you
will find as pretty assortment of I
S&":' styles anywhere? ,
Ir a h2c yard.
W; New Art Cretonnes. I
fe. \* The celebrated Simpson make, i
6^- fnr ^.rrppne, Rerf Cover- 1
Iings, Draperies, etc, in a choice i
variety of colorings?
19c yard.
| Japanese and Chinese i
Draperies, Punjab and Kiota Qoth,
'.y attractive color combinations?
39c yard, i
Portieres.
Want you to comc and
here. We think you will find somel
Heavy Reversible Tapestry Por- i 1
tieres, Full Width and Length, in t
fg? a Bcautitui une 01 k,oiurinKs.
Heavy Fringe at top; Narrow s
Fringe at bottom; High Qualities; i
Low Price. j
Marked $2.48 a pair. ^
jj Ask to gee these when in to-day. "j
Lace Curtains.
v, , Wo room nere now 10 f
will be found to embrace all the new
[ Point, Point De Spray, Rcnnaissar
? other weaves. Price range is from ?
jpecial values for you at
$1.48, $1.98, $2.48. $2
Must be seen to be appreciated.
Stone &
I 8ILK8?GEO. M.
qninok
....GORGI
Is the best word to Me in descrlbln
Striped SILKS tor Waists. Sucl
grouping were never before shown
Silks are always handsome, bnt thii
so $1.00 yard up. Other Silk's?
yard up?rard wide at $1.50. Plai
and Satin Lnxor Tor Separate Skirt
up. Liberty Satins?soft and nei
E Poplins?colors for evening or strei
: thing In Silks here.
| lore Jamestown I
Main aad Novelty Dreu Goods errived
this morning. Nothing in the
market to excel these well-wearing,
popular priced fabrics at 20c, 39c,
' 48c and up to 98c yard. One number
! is particular is 47 inches wide at 79c
yard?sort of a granite weave?all
the new colors. Another interesting
Jamestown Item is a 50-inch Chevron
Serge, in all colors, at 98c yard j
WHEN WE SAY '
; Black Crepons
we do not mean just a few pieces,
but a greet assortment, comprising
this season's most advanced ideas,
oed the prices?that Is, OUR prices?
?t..t ?ti
ore *v twit m??wiiowi? ???? ? v? |
fiord to buy?48c up.
THIN A WADP In a few dAys our new
LI11L1A V AHE. Will bo thrown open to
GEO. OS
K*
f*?, I . i i $5
PHAitL LAUNDRYI~"wheredTrtgathe
* GREAT SAVING RESULT
I SAPC
Iw.
-
? T
t is THOMAS.
Thomas.
<
to keep on harping about Dress
:nts deserve attehtion, too. Let
b so many things are found to
m have a great deal to do with
able fabric or color in this line
lew Drapery Silks
in Oriental, Turkish and Morris s
designs, Kich Colorings. Two ;
special lines that we call your attention
to? j
49c and 65c yard. 4
Iphofstery j
naterials by the yard; also suitable J
for Portieres, embracing Domestic I
and Oriental Bagdads, French and J
Turkish Tapestries; also Oriental j
Rokara Velvets, Corduroy Velvets 5
cnicii Plushes in a crcat va- c
riety of colors. Price range is 1
39c to $5.00 yard. <
Cords, Tassels and Fringes to |
natch all materials. |
see these two lines mcnttioned E
,hing extraordinary about them.
New Portieres of Derby Tapes- ries,
Bagdads and Armures. For
irariety in the latest colors and deligns
you will find this line cx:eeds
any shown in the city at this
nice.
Marked $4.98 a Pair.
?iner grades Portieres here, too,
price ranging up to $50 per pair.
I
? rlnt.'rtnc etnele P
'U imu usaw?i|/nvu- vy v.. M
rest styles in Real Brussels, Irish f
ice, Tambour, Nottingham and
|oc to $37.50 per pair, with extra
.98 and $3.48 pair.
? 0
Thomas, i
SNOOK Je CO. I
Mr rn
KXf W.
Eois.... ;
5 some or our now Plaid and F
l examples of artistic colorby
this store. Cheney Bros',
s season's styles aro particularly
Plain Taffetas in all colors, 48c '
n Black Satins, Satin l)nchess "
s, Suits anil Waists 50c yard
if. 1'lain Silk Ben^alines and ,
>t wear?$1.00yard up. EveryJerritt's
Scotch Clan ?
l'laids and '"Worth" Dress ?
in
Flannels, valuable for waists, t
children's drosses dressing
? nin L'........I 3
v Hi A 1 Olll.ll UltU UUI*
er Flannels nlso for these
purposes?35c yard up. <
ic Yard . ?
i
for ono case dark and light f
Outlni; Flannel. Tlio actual 0
value is not 10c or 12c yard, <
but 8c yard. Other outings
and Flannclottes in unusual >
C
rariety?8c and IOc yard.
\
<tnd rnmmodlnus Chin4 W.irn Onn/irtmpnt 4
the public. Now China Ware every day. '
OOK & CO.1
== T
MENDEL BROS. ^ j
\ Pleasing
Bpfltw-tinn - '
[o those who nrc abo\{t to brlnjr their <
laundry work to ijr Is'tho fact that It *
ivIM be returned to you in perfect con- \
llllon. nml m. In ( ?nmn. r
reflect? the hlftheiu credit on. our akin
Mid flnr methods, our flue laundry p
nrork Is irreproachable In c<?l?ir and lln- j,
l?h. and your One Zlrx-ii In perfectly ^
rafe iu our hutulH.
MENDEL BROS.,
Prnrl laundry. Carpel Beating Works ^
and Storage Room*. No*. 1213 and 121/? M
RofT street. Branch office, No, 1218 r'
Market Ktreet. Telephones r?4f> and 7<R. R
RS, WASTE RULES."
8 FROM THE USE OF ?
)LIO ;
.? - .
ggOB8?AUPCAyPgB.
f "Jewess
Shoes"
rejwt
wlwttlM
implies,
combining
Comfort,
Elegance,
Darakility,
and^
ALEXANDER,
toe Seller. Sole Agent, 1049 H?i
HOME TIMHE8.
>+0+0+0+0+0*0+0+0+0+
HORSE
-TIMERS.
flood, Matte Ones,
W to J2M.K Each,
AT ?'
DILLON, WHEAT &
! HANCHER CO.'S,j?
I 1223 Market St.
!?o?o?o?o?o?o?o<>o?o?
SHOBS-NAY BBOTHBBS.
NAY BROTHERS'
"ROYAL"
$3.50
SHOE.
lie Poplar ALL STYLE
rice Shoe > ANY HND
or Hen. j* OF LEATHEI
See Ihcm in our north window.
NT? D
in ay uruuiti a,
NE PRICE. SHOE!
1317 Market.
Ike Stttcliigeitrcr
*
miVc: No*. 25 ?n?I !J7 Fourteenth .Street
Nrw AdvprflM'mauU*
Public Sale?H. Z. Shriver.
For Sale?CI. O. Smith.
For n??nt?Howard Hazlett.
Xi?w Goods*?Albert Stolae & Co.
For 8ale?Simpson & Tatum.
\v*.. Wnnt tlio Peonle to Know?B. 3
'a (dwell it Co.
Children's Homo Building.
List's Homo Liver Pills-1!*. H. List.
Just In Season?Geo. W- Johnson's Son
Cinderella KanReH?Nesbltt & Bro.
Balaton's Health Club Breakfast Food
I. F. Bchrens Co.
CJorKeoiiK?Geo. M. Snook A Co.?Elghl
Jfutual Savings Bank-Sixth Pajre.
Pretty Fall Stylo N'cckties?McFailden
-Second Page. '
20.000.
Wo Imvo flltrd mure tlinn twenty thai
nil pairs of SuccikclM. rItIiw us a ret
rtl mill pxpnrleito* unequalled by Mil
tlicr optician In Wast Virginia. Seilsfai
ion gunrnu'erit.
JACOB W. OHt'lUI, Optlelnn,
No. 1.100 >iar*et Street.
:. Hess & Sons' Tall Opening
Fltt TAILORING?P0PM.AR PRICES.
Regardless of sdvano* In wonlnni, n
rr pro pared 10 mnlce lo order Sull
(vrrcontH and 'Ironsers at last year's rt
ncctl and popular prlcoi. Mill* ISO.C
p. Overcoat* IN.OO up. Pants fl.ll
p. The nrttstlo cut and stylish appen
iicn of our varments recommend them
rlvtt. Inviting Inspection.
C. UKHS A SON'S,
iWl unci 132:1 Market Street
Illllnery Up^itlug; To-tlay, Swubiekcr'
Circuit Conrt.
An order was entered yesterday In th
ase of George E. Foster et al, vs. Da>
t] K. Handley, et nl, tliat the receive]
ay <0 creditors thirty-three per cent <
11 undisputed claims. The percental
o be paid amounts to J6.922 8S.
Hiram Burkett, committed to Jail t
Iqulre Allen, was released upon a wr
t habeas corpus.
In tho case of Kcltz vs. Butler, thei
i'aa Judgment for the plaintiff Jn
urn of $300.
The trial of the case of Tlllle B. Zllli
'8. C. P. Flick, executor of the liarhn*
Ullef estate, began in Judge Paull
ourt yesterday.
In tiic trial or tuc case or atcuannc
rs. tho city of Wheeling, the city's li
crests were looked after by City Soil
tor Nesbltt, who had the co-operatk
ind asalstonce.of ex-CIfy Solicitor 8a<
). Boyce on this occasion. The vlctoi
icorcd by Messrs. Boyce and Neabl
vas complete, tho costs being assessc
ipon the plaintiff.
To the Farmers.
The nnm? given the W?st Virgin*
Tome for Aged nnd Friendlier Wome
* an Indication In Itsolf that it Is not
ucal Institution It receives Inmate
s well a? substantial assistance troi
II parts of the slate. this Is th
eason of plenty, to our country friend
ve would ask them In their visits to th
Ity to remember that the marnigors c
he homi\ ns well aa others, must la
?y n supply for the winter monthi
rogo tables, fruit, or anything they huv
o spare will be gjndly received. Don1
uri-y anything bark that you have fa.ll
luiuirinmmu, uui ??"i hi# vuua
V leaving such things at the store o
lr. Stulxi* or Mr. Htbm.
'.ilBtittrK l-xpoalilon Kioiiraton via Pant
vlrnoln l.lnra
nturday, October 1. II 7f? from "Wheel
iK. Included admission to Exposition
if turn tickets good same day.
Illllncrj OpAiilna To.iIhjt. Swatinekrr'i
I'limbiirK Kipoaltlon.
Beptember 8. 15, 22 and 29 the Tlaltl
lore A.Ohio will sell excursion ticket
*> Pittsburgh and return, nt rate o
: 25. Including admission to the Expo
Itlon. Tickets good for three days.
r. Mlle.4,J\i!H Pfffasre guaranteed tostea
feadach* loSO mlnatoa. "One cent a daw?
" -IPUMPING
CELLARS.j
Ordinance Committee Decide* lo
Charge $3 per Hour.
OTHER CITIES CHARGE NOTHING
FOB THIS WORK. BUT THE COMMITTEE
SAW MANY DIFFICULTIES
AND MUCH EXPENSE IN
FOLLOWING SUCH A POLICT.
OTHER ORDINANCES TO BIS
PREPARED 8T THE SOUCTTOR.
A REatJUUt MEETING OF CODNClh
THIS SVZNINO.
. At * meeting of the oouncii commitJ,
tee on ordinance*, field tut evening,
considerable business preliminary to tonight's
meeting of the city legislature
was transacted. Chairman Balrd occu,,
pled the chair.
= The resolution from council, calling
upon the committee to frame an urdlq
nance that would compel E. B. Potts
X to construct a wider bridge in front of
I his new business block, on Market street,
T and to place a temporary roof over the
L bridge, was considered On motion of
Z Mr. List, the matter wan referred to
Z the city solicitor to investigate the rules
I of the board of public works, In order
to ascertain if there is not already a
rule that cover* the case.
The petition of the board of public
works for aty ordinance compelling the
Baltimore & Ohio company to maintain
a safety gate at the Forty-third street
crossing was, on motion of Mr. List,
l*Jd on the table. Members of the committee
did not see the necessity for a
gate at this point.
Solicitor Nesbltt was requested to prepare
an ordinance making it unlawful
to hitch horses to shade trees lining the
sidewalks on city streets. Members of
^ the committee testified to horses biting
X into the bark of trees, thus killing them. '
q Clerk O'Brien then read letters from
_ the municipal authorities of Ix>uisville
~ and Cincinnati regarding the charge
made in those cities for the pumping of
_ water-filled cellars by the Are engines.
In Louisville the engines are never hired <
out for this work; In cases the work has
been done, free of charge. In Pittsburgh ,
the work is done without charge, as a
health precautionary measure. The
committee discussed thr? matter at
length, and it was the sentiment of the
members that there should be a charge.
If there was no charge there would be
endless applications to the fire department
after floods. Then, too, this pumping
of cellars injures the steamers mors
than anything else they can be applied
to. Finally, the committee instructed
the solicitor to prepare an ordinance
flxlmr the Drlce at $3 per hour, and no I
, charge less than $10 to be made.
>. ? 1
HEAL ESTATE COMMITTEE.
\ At the meeting of the council coin- <
* mitteeonreal estate last night, bills aggregating
|423 60 were audited and rec- ]
ommended to council for payment.
COUNCIL TO-NIGHT.
To-night there will be a regular ?e?- <
slon of the clty council, at which conaldcrable
routine business will be up for 1
> consideration. There la nothing of especial
importance on the tapis.
= NEIGHBORS QUARREL. ]
t And All Parties are Put Under Bonds
to Keep <he Peace. j
= High street figured In Squire Rogers'
court yesterday. It was another of those
~ coses where neighbors quarrel, and as
customary In such cases, a Justice of tho
peace Is c&Ued on to diagnosticate and
prescribe accordingly. Mrs. Hazel Kane
and Mrs. Lena Slusher were the women
P. who quarreled.
Mrs. Kane preferred two charges
against Mrs. Slusher. one of using proa,
fane language, the other of threatening
to do bodily harm. The first case was
? dismissed, and on the other Mrs. Slusher
was forced to give $50 bond. Then
n Mrs. Slusher preferred two similar
charges, nnd Mrs. Kane suffered to the
s extent of having to give 150 bond to
keep the peace.
It was brought out that Louis Baker,
a son of Mrs. Kane by a former hus?
band, was mixed up In the squabble, .
p* and he was likewise put under bond.
? Thus ended the chapter of life on High (
street. '
MISS BLANCHE HAASE nnd Miss I
Fannie Wheat will open their dancing
I school at the Carroll Club on Saturday
afternoon, October 1, from 3 to 5^>*clock.
MILLINERY
; miLLllll4l\l M AKMDfcClV I*. i'OLVICJ.
o ?
? Kicmalon Tlcketa to Pltdburf Expoali
Hon.
Tho Pennsylvania lines will Bell ex,
curslon ticket? to Pittsburgh Thursday
' of each week until October 20. Tickets
pood returning three days. Including
date of sale. Rate. $2.25, Including admission
to exi>osltlon. tu&w
|e Millinery Opening To-day, Swnbnckei'a.
SHERIFF'S SAI.ft.
,"8 Repteinbrr X?, IS08, at 10 II. in., at the
f front door of tnr court hoimr, I will aril (
" frtnr Trnnkt, l.ndle*' Wwrln* Ap|mr>l, '
re lleririlng, l'leturea, T*bl? and Mantel Ornumrnia*
Term* of aalc?C'nah.
y N. C. RICHARDS, ?. O. C.
Snmpte * Korn'a Opening ^
re At Madame Bhldell's, 1130 Main street,
te will occur In conjunction with her an- i
nual fall millinery opening, on Tues- .
jb day and Wednesday, September 27 and
a 28. They will nlso show exclusive nov a
el ties In Silks direct from the markets
of Paris, Zurich and Lyons; fine Linen
,n In Renmilsance, Damask Patterns,
Clotlis, Napkins and Fancy D'Oylles;
B. Artistic Neckwear; foreign and domes
m tic Hosiery, Kia uiovpb; umDronas. nna
m Stationery in the latent engraving nnd
.v embossing. You are cordially Invited to
attend. An experienced glove fitter, the ]
flret ever In Wheeling, will be constant- j
ly In attendance.
MIUINRRT OPENING.
a L II. flonntboro, 1108 HrIh Mmt, Nann
day and Tn?*day, Ortnbrr 3d anil 4ih.
a
Rwlncnl RalN fo Harncavllle, O., Acconnl
n Friend* Yearly Mcvtlnc*
e September 22 to 30 the Baltimore &
? Ohio will Bell excursion tickets to
e Unrnesvlllo. O., nnd return at reduced .
if rates. good returning until Octobcr 4.
1 WE WILL TELL Y01 :
SbSS^ I
.. "WW
If your headaohe* comes from weak eyes;
J also if Kittle" will rellove them. l)o you
huvo headaches? Do your eyes water,
smart or burn? Does tho print run toff
oilier when readlng7 Do thing* appear
i. double or mixed up? Have a ilcnlrc to rub
tho eyes? Twitching? For any trouhln
of your i?yes, ponnult us. Wo make (tlassen
nt popular prices. Make a careful ??xuin
Inntlon free of charge and rely on our
(? skill and not on the patient's Judgment or
{ answers. Consultation and examination
. freo.
PROF. SHEFF, sMr.
' Or. Mill mi tl?rwtt?8U, W. U.
Mint's auras and ovebcc
Men's Suits and
Overcoats.??i
If you expect to pay your mere]
for your Fall Suit or Overcoat,
show you how easy you can save
chase price.
"DON'T BELIEVE IT?"
Well, all \vc have to say on that |
totally blinded by prejudice in I
will convince you by one look i
statement is a fact?absolute?an
OVERCOATS we sell at
are equal in every respect to th
merchant tailors at double our
you ask. Why, to be sure. A
does not fit is not worth calling
-These clothes are shown in all thi
ish fabrics and patterns.
The Boys' Depai
Look through the Boys'
week. Special bargains ir
All Wool Suits $2.00, $2
to $10.00. One hundred
Pants on sale this week at
x asKing. i ne same pnee i
THE HUl
/ % NUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH AN!
8PIT8 AND OVERCOATS
READY ?!
The season for selling I
Overcoats is here, and we are i
seen getting ready for it for m<
our store have reached out
racturers of the country, and
md a quarter of a century's e
an .accomplish is here for youi
ate the season with an unexan
Suits and Prices are rig
as right as tf
Overcoats and overcoat:
FOR THE MOST?SOME HIGH
Lee B<
TWELFTH STREET I
ROCKING OHAIR3- ALBXi
SPECIAL SALE |
of solid oak, cane seat
Ul Chairs! I
Built good and strong, with
braced back and well finished.
lor H
Only.. 75c Each jjsj
We only have 20 dozen and they fW
rvill not last long, so get your or- fflj
Jers In early. Mall and telephone /fl
Drders given prompt attention. vmEB
FREW'S p|
Furniture and
Carpet Store, |g A
1203 Main Street. '
Telephone 229.
J. H. LOCKE SHOW C
Gentlemen,
If the Shoe Fits,
Put it on; If tho price Dleases:
pay the price, 80.00, and w
isfaetlon that you have the t
Kid Shoe, extra heavy extens
lined throuahout. that anym
buy for the price.
Locke
* v
IATS-TBB HPB. ,
' w
k
liant tailor $25 or $30
come here and let us
: just one-half the pur-'
joint is, if you are not
favor of the tailor \vc
md a try on that our
d that the SUITS and
$10, $12 and $15
le product of the best
prices. Will they fit?
Suit or Overcoat that
f a Suit or Overcoat.
; newest and most stylrtment.
3" '
Qothing Department this
1 two and three-piecc suits.
.50 and $3.00. Others up
dozen All Wool Knee
: 50c. Money back for ths
u cvcjyuuuy,
B Clothiers, Hatters
j and Furnishers,
) MARKET STREETS.
-LgBBtER. '
ie
?ggr
-> *
Ieav|LSuits and Fall
ready' for it. We have
>nths. The long arras
to the leading manuwhatever
prompt cash
!xperience in business
benefit We inaueu
lpled display of
r$|o,
$12
ie suits
3. and $15
er-some lower.
aer,
:lothier.
* ??
lndbhS ?RBW.
? I
OMPANY. _____
you put on Its mate;
alk out with the sattost
Box Calf or Vie!
Ion sola and leather
an in Wheeling can
Shoe Company. i
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