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Stone &
K-- . of money to put
?|p .tb .fapexs. We want
Saltern advertised in yesterda
frjforlhe entire .week.
y . $200,000 worth and m
| dise, and the entire stock i:
1 demonstrates where your ii
m Silks and Dress C
Just two items
1- ishow you how goods are bi
picas Taffeta SBb, 9 different
oka aid cfcaigeaMe cwnWuS\
Ums. Ike tat p?ii
is-T. 69c
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ICarpets^^
are being sold thi:
K: as you could buy them in i
s: 'Twould be impossible to
Please^^
bear in mind that
K lishment is marked in pla
I TO EVERYBODY and th
F; times to be lower than yc
Bp elsewhere.
I Stone &
geo. m.
A Colossee
Establishnr
Quietly, unostentatiousl'
~r space, until now we occupy and
second story room and the mo:
' As our floor space increases, so
all that represents progressiver
proper presentation. We therel
I Colossal
i commencing Tuesday, October
; tion ample opportunity of becor
Here are a few prices an
to convince that our money re.
' strate our fixed purpose not to
Cim* t/itfiUi crranA nn?n!
NOTE?This Is NOT
complete in itself.
J DIVISION A OFFERS:
All Colors Plain Taffeta Silks,
value 50c, at 39c yard.
: Yard wide Black Taffeta Silk,
value $1.75, at $1.39 yard.
^ Black Crcpons in variety. Width .
; 42 inches. Value $1.25, at 98c yard.
'V Choice of a special collection of i
Plain and Fancy Dress Goods and
( Plaids, value up to 39c, at 25c yard.
t Special line of Covert Suitings,
.value $1.25 and $1.37, at 98c yard.
J. Case Outing Flannels, value 8c,
at 5c yard. ,
^ ui?n Flannelettes. value ioe. at !
7lc yard.
^ Children's extra quality Wool:
f Flannel Skirts, value 37c, at 25c.
! Ladies' All Wool Flannel Skirts,
r r value 75c, at 57c.
Best yard wide Rleached Muslin,
V value 8c, at 5c yard.
j-'p. 40-inch wide Unblcached Muslin,
value Sc, at 3jc yard.
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, value ,
15c, at 9jc yard.
i Bleached Pillow Cases, 36x42
inch, value He, at 5c each.
Barber's Huck Towels, value ioc,
' at 7ic.
Extra quality Damask Towels,,]
value 15c, at 12c.
73-inch wide Bleached Table ,
Linen, value 65c, at 48c yard. ||
GEO. M.
SK-arOWB * THOMAS.
Thomas.
; half page advertisements
you to know that every
y morning's papers is good
ore of. New Fall Merchan5
being sold at prices that
rrterest lies in trading.
I
roods.
mentioned here that will
sing sold:
Over 15 styles celebrated Priestley's
Hack Brest finds aid II styles
Black Crepocs. Among
than are maoy of ear (ft J OA
$1.35 and $1,541 qualities. J)1
Price per yard t
5 week at a price as tow
"ull rolls from the maker,
enumerate prices in this
every article in this estabin
figures. ONE PRICE
at price guaranteed at all
>u can get like qualities
Thomas.
. snool
Two More
lent! Reajy For
f have we labored, adding cor
fill every one of three longest g
st convenient basement in the (
also our facilities, and to-dav
less in this vicinity. Our mat
fore bulletin a
In trod uc t<
' J1, and lasting all week in or
ning better acquainted with W
d goods to prove that our bu
aches just as far as any other
be undersold!
ing sale. You will be made to
a department store, but rathei
DIVISION B OFFERS:
T /v\ /1n-*n?i Pliil/lrftn'o TnpfCnfl
1W UUMII ViiilUI V.1I ? A ivvvvu .
Jersey Ribbed Underwear. Small |
size starts at sc, value 8c.
ioo dozen Boys' and Youths' soft
flecced Underwear, 50c value, at
35C- !
200 dozen Ladies' Flecced Jcr- j
sey Ribbed Vests, 25c value, at 15c.
200 dozen Men's Fleece Lined
Underwear, 75c value, at 50c.
500 Men's Puff and Teck Tics at
25c. 50c ones among them.
About 100 Fancy Stanley Shirts 1
still here, value 89c and $1. at 50c.
Fast Black Twill Umbrellas, steel
rods, paragon frames, value 75c, |j
at soc.
$1.00 Umbrellas at 75c. $1,25
Umbrellas at 98c. Children's Umbrellas
at 30c.
Ladies' Fast Black 50 Range
Combed Yarn Hose. Box of 4 pair
for 50c, value 75c.
Ladies' finest gauge Black Ilose,
high spliced heels, double soles, 50c
value, at 25c.
Ladies' fast black flccced seamless
Ilose, double soles and high
spliced heels, 18c value, at lajc
pair.
Genuine Sealskin and Monkey j
Purses, value 65c and 75c. at 50c.
India Silk Baby Caps, value 75c. j:
at 50c. s 'I
SNOCM
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BHfHW-AT.BTATfPgR.
HieUpsand OTTniJfl
Downs eL~ jjflUEu
art mam, tot Lfce qaaSty of
"TBE KA SHOE
WBEHJKfl" FOE EN
keopf iteodily odvaadag. Tit*
baft of laat year's production
wo* our (tortiag poist, and we've
pMfcetf ahead to Out to-day ?
hew twanty-oae atyle* at thli
popular price.
ANY KIND Of LEATHER YOU WANT.
Alexander.
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SHOE SELLER. 1049 MAIN.
hobae ttmebs.
V
|w9RSr**?*?*l
| TIMERS. |
5 . Good, Reliable Ones, 2
2 Ji5l to JMM Each, |
| DILLON, WHEAT & |
| HANCHER CO.'S, j* I
J 1223 Market St |
SHOES?NAY BBOTHBBS.
OUT-OF-TOWN I
SHOPPERS!!!
/ If you are undecided about what
kind of shoes you will wear thin fall
and-winter, and where you will buy
them, we Invite you to come to our
store. We will do our best to aid
you.
Ours is the most centrally located
shoe store In the city, nearest to
railroad stations.
Our stock consists of the newest
and choicest in fall and winter styles.
It's our constant aim to have for our
customers the very best at the least
possible price. A store for careful
buyers who spend their money economically
and wisely. Haven't room
to montloft any of our specialties or
alve prices, but we ask you to como
In and see us?you are welcome
nilCkUBl |?U uu/ W? UVM
NAY BROTHERS,
One Price Shoes. 1317 Market St.
< & CO.
Store Rooms Now
Business.^ ^
itinuously to the original floor
jround floor rooms, the longest
:ity?FIVE large rooms in all.
we stand at the very front of
ly new departures require a
>ry Sale,
der to give the entire papulaheeling's
most liberal store.
yers are just as keenly alert?
store's, and to further demonfeel
at home.
r a collection of stores, each i
DIVISION C OFFERS:
Ladies' I'ast Blue Print Wrappers,
made full throughout, 75c
vaiuc, at 49c.
10-inch imported Seal Fur Collarettes,
with Astrakhan Yokes,
value ?#oo, at $2.95.
Full sized All Wool Country
Blankets, value $3.00, at $2.55 pair.
Wilton Rugs with fringed ends,
27x54-inch. Special value at $1.25.
Brussels covercd Foot Stools,
with fancy gilded legs, value 69c,
at 50c.
f'tieniilrtfc irnlni* nt 9c
?fcwv? v 11.^1/lilts* a, ruiuv. yv, uv
cach.
200 Cuspidors, value 15c, at 7c
cach.
300 Bulb Jardcniwcs, value 10c,
at 5c each.
lilass I.enion Reamers, value 5c,
at 3c each.
C. 1;. Havilaud individual Salts,
decorated in gold and colors, 15c
value, at 9c.
A special lot of China and Glass
Ware, value up to 50c, at 25c; also
a spccial line at 50c.
25 Haviland Dinner Sets to pick
from?just as many Warwick Din- '
<-? . \'tr
ner acts. .pi^.uu vvurwicK uinncr 1
Sets al $9.95<
& CO.
JAILED THE JAILOR.
A Burglar Cleverly Escapes from
Confinement In
THE MARSHALL COUNTY JAIL
JAIU)R CUNNINGHAM WAS OPENING
THE CELL ROOM DOOR
WHEN THE PRISONER, FLETCH
.-<v.nr? > Vtn /<r yVLV.n
EH, M-AXJJS A VA<30 Aivv VMVVWV
THE DOOR WITH A SNAP UPON
CIWNINOHAM?THE CROOK ESCAPED
UNDER COVER OF A FOG
TO OHIO.
i
Quit* * sensation was created in
Houndivtile yesterday morolng about
half-put six o'clock when Marian
Fletcher broke Jail and made hli escape
through the town. Jailor 8. M.
Cunningham bad opened the jail and
gone lp to give the Inmatea their breakfast.
He left the door of the main part
of the jail open and went around to
the row of cell* on the aouth aide when
Fletcher, who waa In the cell at the
southtaJt corner, pushed bis cell door
fcpen. the lock of which he bad tiled
off, and running out of the main entrance
closed and locked the door, thoa
locking up tbe Jailer,
He then ran through tbe hallway between
tbe Jail and Mr. Cunningham's
residence and finding the door at tbe
end of the hall locked ran into tbe re*nnrf
made his escsoe through a'
window on the first floor. Once free It
was an easy matter to make bis way
out of (lie town through the dense fog
with the Jailer securelr locked up. He
was sees by two or three person* going
through ao alley north of the Jail, and j
was last seen going toward the river
above Moundsrille.
Cunningham was soon released and j
the police were notified and a vigorous
and thorough search was made, but to
no purpose, for, aided by the very
heavy fog that hung over the town he
succeeded In eluding his pursuers and I
was at midnight last night still at
large. It Is tliought he forced the river
at the sand bar just above Moundsvllle,
where the river Is .very low, and
is probably tramping It through the
state of Ohio.
Fletcher was in Jail awaiting the ses"Mnd
inrv. which meets
to-day, charged along with Edward
Rush, who is ret In Jail, with burglarizing
the hardware itoro of theMoundsvllle
Hardware Company the latter
part of August. They succeeded in getting
as far as Bellaire with quite a
lot of merchandise, but were nabbed
by the Bellaire police. It Is thought
Fletcher made a file out of a watch
spring with which to file off the lock.
His old watch, minus a main spring,
was found in his cell, torn to pieces.
Some women claiming to bo his
mother and sisters had been for some
days bringing him food and literature,
and it is not improbable that they provided
him with the necessary tools with
which to make his escape, although
everything brought was carefully examined
before it went to him.
This is the first escape that has been
made from the Jail for several years,
but each succeeding jailer seems to be
fated to have some trouble with a prisoner
before his term expires.
A MINE EXPLOSION.
Tiro Miner* Injured nt l-Ira Grove bjr Exploilon
or Kire Damp.
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A fire damp eXTWOBlon occurrcu. m tuo
Dhn Orove Coal Company's mine?, at
Elm Grove, yesterday morning, about 3
o'clock. Two men. were Injured^ Joseph
Sasasah ami another foreigner. Sasasah's
head wan cut, and his left arm
broken* while his partner was burned
about the face and hand?, but he escaped
bruises.
The explosion- was caused by thte
torches on the men's caps igniting the
fire damp, which hod collected in the
mine over Sunday-, the men- faWIng to
take the usual precaution* Drs. Chambers
ami Cracraft attended to the
men's injuries.
THE ENTERTAINMENT COURSE.
Tho Toung Men's Christian Association
presents a very strong course of
lectures and entertainments for this
Beason. The course opens next Monday
evening, with Alexander Black'a famous
picture play, "Miss Jerry." The pictures
thrown upon the screen dissolve
???. *rx nfh?r nt ?ho rnto of three or
four to the minute, producing a remarkably
realistic effect in the figures, which
oro all photographed from life, and oppear
life-size on the screen. While tho
pictures are thus telling the story
through the eye, Mr. Black is vocally
telling {he story, and tho result, as William
Dean Ho wells says, "Is delightfully
surprising."
In November Mr, and Mrs. Francis
Labadte will give a duologue, the only
attraction of its kind in the lyceum entertainments.
Tho December attraction will be the
Boston Stars, a company receiving tho
greatest enthusiasm everywhere.
In January Mr. Duncan McGregor,
who Is classed among Brooklyn's best
uperfkers, will give his popular lecture,
"The Grip and Grapple of Great
Men of Great Nations."
The course will close In February with
Hon. Wallace Brue?'s lecture, "Landmarks
of Scott." His lectures are among
the masterpieces of the lyceum.
THERE is nothing so refreshing as
Cook's Imperial Champagne. It's pure,
healthy and nourishing.
'TISN'T safe to be a day without Dr.
Thomas* Eclectrlo Oil in the house.
Never can tell what moment an acci?
dent is going to happen. 8
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE,
Cjrenp ComnimiiUry'* K*cnr?lon to
ritt?bnrg
/will lie Tuesday, October 11, and the
Baltimore & Ohio is the route selected.
A special train of Royal Blue roaches,
with parlor cars attached, will leave
Wheeling at 6:30 a. m., making quick
time.
Returning, special train will leave
Pittsburgh at midnight. Low rates.
Make your arrunRements now to go
ivlth this excursion. Get tlcksts from
Jamt'S K. McKee. 1209 Market street.
?-? ?
Wt WILL ILLL TUU
If your headaches comes from weak eyes;
ul?u if glaiwns will rtdievo thorn. Do you
|?av?? headache*? Do your eye* water,
nmurt <>? burn? Hoc* the print run toS
other when reading? Do thing* appear
oublo or mixed up? Have a d'-nlro to rub
tho eyes? Twitching? Kor any trouble
of your ? > *. consult u*.? Wo make glnnm*
lit popular prices. Make n careful examination
free ??f charge nii?l rely on our
nktll and not on tho oatlont'ii Judgment or
answers* Consultation and exantlnatiun
free.
PROF. SHEFF, SWCUUSJ,
Cor. Msis enrf Cierestk Sis., W?mIIs?, W. Vs.
i.
gqng jUtPOVraOOAT^-THB HOT. J
fSiploi Are Prejudiced
Against Ready-to-Wear Clothing.
Ymi very likely bought some once which did not
fit or otherwise unsattsfactory-and therefore conSlrJJn
all ready made aarments. If so-your imoresYOU
h.ven'Urt* OUR KIND
and an Inspection of our present stock of
Up:to-Date Suits aid Overcoats
Will convince you that in point of STYLE?QUALITYFIT
and GENERAL EXCELLENCE they are the PEER
of the very best custom tailor producfs-and our price
are very little rfiore than half of theirs
Overcoats $5, $7.50,
$10, $12, $16 to $25,
In a great variety of styles and colors and ajl
proper fabrics, Kersey. Melton. Baaver, Chinchilla,
Elyslan, Covert cloth and Montagnac..
? ? r* ii- r, 1 - J rt , _
single ana uouoie nreasiea oho* ou us ana una*
ways at $5,97.60, $10. $12. $16 up to $22, in various colors,
combinations and gesigns-in Tweeds, Cheviots,
Casslmeres and WorattMs,""?nSi^r variety in each grade
and all sizes. If you want a Fal},Overcoat don't fall to
see our All Wool Covert Overcoats at $6.98. Compare
them with the $10 grades showtf elsewhere. Money
back if you want it. id
rpij | 11 ? Q Clothiers, Hatters
1 nL rl U P, and Furnishers,
HUB CORNER, FOURTEENTH ANP MARKCT STREETS.
TOP COATS-LBS BAEE.
The First Thing
a man needs in ,
the autumn is a X Ojp VjUdU
His spring suit may be warm enough during
these early autumn days, but during the early mornings
and late evenings a Top Coat is a necessity.
In no other garment is style so Essential and the
lack of it so apparent as in a Top Co^t Those of our
i t*i 11 . trin t?f\ t*ar\ mil n ca i o*ac
stocic wnicn vve sen ax ou, $:u, #16 ou ana $10
we warrant equal to first grade tailors' made to order
garments. SEE OUR $10 SILK LINED COVERT CLOTH COAT
FOR AN IDEA OF OVERCOAT VALUE HERE. We guarantee
every price and give the, money back in exchange for
the goods if you can beat our pric^ Your money
is not our money until you are perf&Aly satisfied.
LEE BAER,
kje^^Twelfth Street Gothier.?je*ae?jB
' v.* \
' BOOKING 0HAIB8- ALBXANDBB PRBW.
SPECIAL SALE Q l
of solid oak, cane seat
Mm IHiairsI a im!J I
UUUlUllg, UilUXlUi M II I Iff 9
Built good and strong, with 9 I U IJ 3 9
braced bock and well fin- lj| IIJ jj j
w n I 11 I] IJ 19
Only... 75c
We only have 20 dozen and they
will not last long, so get your or- ID II
ders in early. Mail and telephone /|| II
orders given prompt attention
.'mo c??-?
i?wJ mam oia-uu n?w
Telephone 229. * W
. ' r* ?
J. H. LOOKS 8H0B COMPANY. .
Gentlemen,
If the Shoe Fits,
Put it on; if the price Dleases you put on its mate;
pay the price, 80.00, and walk out with the sat
isfaction that you have the best Box Calf or Vici
Kid Shoe, extra heavy extension sole and leather
lined throughout, that any man In Wheeling can
buy for the price.
Locke Shoe Company.
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