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-1 "Wot fthor Fo recast lb r To-day?Fair. STONE & THOMAS. Wash Skirts. Entire stock of ladies' white and rt?f m | colored pique, also linen skirts, A8 Bill v sold from $2.98 to $9.95, choice... V-1*"" "Waists. Ladiesf $1.49 white lawn shirtwaists, hp ~ made with tucks and embroiderv in- I i . | sertin;g a ^ Ladie^' $1.25 and $1.75 r,nA OQ? colored lawn waists, ft^(T AftC V several styles vt,w l a Corsets. *... r p g. New (Globe Corsets, heavily boned, iA P lace trimmed, in pink, blue and JwC r white, short, medium and high bust.. :I/V Newi"Kabo" Corsets, wn nos-l 78c t 352,372 and 205 auw k r s .r=. j s ' Hosiery. r i 70 dozen ladies' fast black, seamless ,-fl -g * hose, double heel and toe, also whit# i | T 5 feet, pair s 50 dozen children's seamless blaclf |p F hose, double knees, high spliced heef | j i and toe, pair i c 25 dozen misses' bleached ribbed |Q vests and pants, regular 25c kind, gfMT each I S r . STONE & THOMAS. I T t< GEO. M. SHOOK & CO. p ? t, r li ii i i i i i j i Sou i; gjJo ife "|| " IlltlkOttght to Know i '* that our Colored Shirt Waists, at j SF' ft prices following are a VERY good J ?< It punihase?may be worn away into J Ir the--winter season. "1| ? E . "8 W /A each for all Waists worth up to J Z rTLxC si.48. J l6Bc each_for all Waists worth up to Ji ?Si/* each for all Waists worth up to *4$, $2.43. -<|| oi E White Waist j r" v> prices start at 89c?the finest $1.98. J ? Easy to figure out a big saving on any j| H m- Shirt Waist purchased here. "fj r New Fall Goods j J m. of every description being opened JJ jjj W~ every day. j ? yj > ? rt.. ? ! Ill ' KAY BROTHERS?8H0B8. You can buy The "Royal" $3.50 Shoe ' for mon?any stylo luTuns? TO-DAY For $2.65. This, shoo I* probably tlio bom known $H.SO nhoo In whoolliiK, and It?? catty to flguro tlio wnuif Uttlo Hum wived?J ant 85 contv on every pair?worth looking aftor. 20 Per Cent Off nil Boys', Girls' and Children's Tons. ; > ,;f(? NAY'S, , l3!7flMarkct Street. g She 3ntclligcnrer Ofllco: JJ5 and 27 Fonrieonth Street. New Advertisements. 1 Wanted?A Young' Man or Lady, School Books?Albert Dlttmnr. Folks That Buy?Alexander?Fifth Page. For Sale or For Rent?Howard Hoxlctt ; 8on. List of Letters. Grocers'-' Notice to the Public, Notice to Dog Owners. ! . Notice?There Will bo a Meeting. Lost?Milk Account Book. Traveling Salesman?Third Page. Dutchess Trousers?Leo Baer?Eirhth ago. Wash Skirts?Stone & Thomas?Eighth age. Now Fall Style Stiff Hats at Special rlccs?McFadden's?Second Page. i Teachers?Geo. R. Taylor Co.?Fifth age. j T?#v?lntlnn? Your Pickles?List's Drug Store. Oysters?C. Jf. Taylor. St Joseph's Academy. Fruit Cans?Geo. W\ Johnson's Sons. 20.000. AVo have fitted nioro than twenty houtvund pairs of Spectacles, jrlvluicus record aud experience unequalled by ny other optician In "West Virginia, atlfilacclou mmrantood. JACOIi AV. (iKUilU, Optician, No. 1JJ0U .Market Stretu RUN ON TROUSERS. Just closed out at a great sacrifice 00 mill ends Trouserings, which re will make to order on short noce at the low price of $5.00 and 6.00. Regular price $8, $9,V$10. ee north window. C. HESS & SONS, ashionable Tailors and Furnlshars, 1321 and 1323 Market Street. Traffic Was Delayed. IATJIEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL. Cadet Uniforms?Short Pants liifc nt "ill OM* I irtno* Pun to Sintfc t $7.00, oil easy payments, vl These Suits :iro recommended y the authorities of the School s hoing tho BEST submitted to hem at tho price. To ho had illy at HOUSE & 11 EHRMANN'S. WHEELING Park to-morrow af2rnoon, Thayer's Military Band, 35 ieces. Evening, Opera House Miliary Band. Admission 10c. Pleasant Valley Lawn Fete. The lawn fete of the Epworth .eague of the German Methodist Eplsopal church, held on the grounds of Ir. George Rentsch, out In Pleasant 'alley, Friday evening, was well atjnded and successful affair and greiuly njoyed by the young people. Mr. lentsch had taken great pains to finely ecorate his grounds with Chinese lan!rns for the occasion. There was a prlnkllng of the older people. Among lem were noted Mr. and Mrs. William 'oelker. Mrs. John Newman. Mr. and Irs. Fred Sengerwald and others m v XInsly For 1900. Yesterday occurred the enrollment of udents at the Llnsly Institute, on Ifteenth street. The number of ftu;nts will probably exceed that of lost jar. A number of new scholars have ided their names to the roll and the dlcatlons promise success Great Inrest Is taken by the faculty to enlurage all sports, and In the military imp, which occurs next week, they ive won the favor of all. During the trap military laws are observed and >ort8 are Indulged In. About seventy- ; >'e.or eighty boys will take part In the imp life this season, and an all 'round : >od time Is predicted. A member of , te faculty Is In attendanco at 'the , hool In the mornings, from 10:30 to , :20 o'clock. In Clerk Hobertson's Offlco. Yesterday, In Clerk Robertson's office, ie following were recorded: Deed made August 30, 1900, by I^osa i relty nnd others to P. "Welty & Co.; : mslderatlon, ^5.825 40; transfers south le-half of lot 14, In square 14, In the Ighth ward. Deed made July 31, 1900, by O. n. C. j Hen, special commissioner, to L. j E. mds; consideration, $1,675; transfers ' t 29 and part of lot 30, In Sprlgg'spdtlon. 1 Deed made June 16, 1000, by Grcm- 1 ood Cemetery to George Bell; conildatlon, transfers lot <52. A marriage license was tanned to arry V. Arnau,' aged twcnty.scven, id Marie M. Beringcr, aged twentyrc years, of Pittsburgh. j i Photograph of Company "A Mr. C. P. Itelf, the PhotoBrapher, cor?r Twelfth and Market street*, has on chibltlon In his show window at tho arket Htrcet entrance, a photograph of unpany "A.," First Iteglment Inf.iny, West Virginia National Guard, tain on the old court house steps on'?he ' ornlnff of Its departure for the annual icnmpment at "Camn Splllman," Koyr, W. Va. Mr. Jlelr will havo several the photographs finished by Monty, and members of tho company ran (/euro nil mui'J mam aiiu lotoKraph In pronounced ns holnr: ex- : llont. it Ib nboul twenty Inclica Iijiib. "BLUMS of New York" to-nlihi. on't mt?" It. North Htrcot M. E. lurch. 125 views. fonional oxjitrliccs. Cnthedral Suits ado to order. Knee pants suits ?17; : nc BRnt? otiits. ?8. D. OUNDLINO & CO.. .'MlB.Markot Steert. : MM REPUBLICANS HOLD COUNTY CONVENTION This Afternoon to Place a House of Delegates Ticket in. the Field,: and to Name THE SENATORIAL AND JUDICIAL Conferees?Great Interest is Being Evinced in the Work of tho Convention. This afternoon at 2 o'clock, In tho chamber of the second branch of council, city building, County Chairman Horntsh will call to order the Republican county convention which will select four candidates for the house of dele gates and name two senatorial and two Judicial conferees from each of the ten 1 districts of the county. There are ' sixty-seven delegates to the convention, and the districts' voting strength Is as 1 follows: Washington, 0; Madison, 8; 1 Clay, 8; Union, 8; Centre, 7; Webster, 8; Ritchie, 9; Trladolphla, 6; Richland, 2; Liberty, 2. .The delegates chosen a<"c the following: Washington?Edward Elliott, G. W. Otto, Edward Birch, W. H. Muegge, J. 1 A. Britt, Jacob Snyder, Frank Miller, C. J. Rawllng, Edward Fox. Madison?H. C. Underwood, B. S. Al- 1 llson, H. L. Loos, W. C. Brown, C. H. ' Watklns, sr., W. C. Donaldson, N. C. : Hamilton, G. W. Schenk. Clay?Frank Mllllgan, Samuel Usclton, H. W. Fair, L. D. Flora, N. G. Flel, : B. H. Stlllyard, W. L. Jones, Fred ' ;Meyciv. Union?Harry Hocking. Thomas Morgan, 'G. M. Ford, Martin Pebler, John Beckett, Thomas Shanley, J. C. Mansbarger, Samuel Nesbltt. 1 Sen ter?Henry Kerns, C. D. Thomp- ; son, Leroy Millard, Jacob Retzer, J. E. Roed .Frank Kltson, Charles Breum-* mer. : Webster?David Ryan, Charles Earp, D. G. Evans, George Baron, W. Johnston, G. W. Bowers, C. F. Schultze,'W. R. Dudley. Ritchie?E. L. Armbrecht.Adam Honecker, "William Zlmmer, W. G. Meyers, Wylle Woods, E. P. Wheat, L. C. Drle- 1 horst, W. P. Rose, L. Miller. Trladelphla?W. P. Hubbard, Charles | Selbert, G. W. Humphrey, John Arbenz, R. Anderson, G. W. Smith. Liberty?Daniel Maxwell, S. S. Gardner. | Richland?J. D. Hastings, J. B. Lylc. ; Great Interest'Is being cvlnced In the work of the convention and It 13 likely | that there will be a large number of Interested spectators. Messrs. Charles E. ' VanKe'uren, George A. Laughlln, Hugh , Sterling and Peter Bachmann are put- ; ting up a vigorous flght for the business man's place on the ticket; It seems to be conceded that the lawyer on the ticket will be S. G. Smith; for the country district representative, Ralph Mc- ' Coy and Abram McColloch are making 1 the contest, and for the workingman'3 i place, there are several aspirants, In- ' eluding Henry Steck, a stogie-maker. : and Jesse Jackson, vice president of ? the National Brotherhood of Potters. ' The rumor that Frank M. Mllligan would enter the race for the house of delegates, which was In circulation yes- i terday, was without foundation. , It was stated last night that Major , W. J. W. Cowden might be brought In- , to the race for house of delegates. Major Cowden declines to exert himself " for the nomination, and Is In the hands ' of his friends, who will not present his ' name before the convention unless ' they believe he has a good chance to 1 win. * ] Elm Grove Club to Meet. Next Tuesday evening, at Hand's hall, in Elm Grove, there will be a meeting of the Triadeiphla district Republican club, at which the principal address will be by Congressman Dovener. ^ ELUDES THE CONSTABLE. Culprit Gets Away From Constablo Stoehr?Squire Larue's Court. In Justice J. K. Larue's court, Miss M. E. Daniels swore out a warrant for Harry Kunkle, charging him with bas- 1 tardy. Constable Stoehr arhested the man at the Baltimore & Ohio shops 1 yesterday morning, and he was given a hearing at 11 o'clock. He was bound over to the criminal court In the sum 1 iif J."00. and falling to give bond he was 1 committed to Jail. He requested Confutable Stoehr to go with him to his boarding house to enable him to change his clothes, .is he was garbed In his working clothes. While the constable was waiting at one door for. him he j II1UUU VAIl UIUJHR'I " IC?l "HIUUIY IUIU J has not been seen or heard from since. Thursday, James A. Larue had a warrant Issued for Mrs. Michael Orocjan, charging her with assault and battery on her daughter, Minnie. The case was to have been heard last night, but was postponed on request of the defendant, until the sixth of September at 7 p. m. Dunlap Hat Opening, I will open on Thursday, August 30, a full line of Dunlap & Co/s latest blocks for fall and winter wear of stiff, soft and silk hats. Also Guyer's, Lamson & Hubbard's and all other leading makes worn by up-to-date dressers. Call nnd sic tno correct shapes. C. S. NOBLE, 44 Twelfth Street. Sole Agent for Dunlap Hats. Mrs. Rtccnrdo Rlcci Will resume her Piano Instruction on Tuesday. September 11. Studio, No. 1323 Market street. Select School. MIm Dello P. Halllo will reopen her ! Select School for Girl* anil Doy* at No. ] ZG Fifteenth mrcot, Wcdnesduy, September 12, 11)00. COME nnd soe the well known gen- t tlemen In the PntMen'o Haco. Messrs. [ Hnrry Joyce, Charles Zlegler, WlllInm Stupes and Eckert in the Hun- * dred Yard Dnsh. All psrtlctpnntB r wolffh over 200 pounds. Labor Day, \ FalrOroundo. 0 THB Night School of Whcellnir Duel- rj acHfl College openu Monday, Sept. a. ( V a , UJUX 1 JJ NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS. Connections will be made at too new pumping station, commencing Saturday night' at 12 o'clock. Consumers are requested to catch sufficient water supply. C. M. OLIVEB, au31 Superintendent CORNER STONE LAYING At New Martinsville Attended by the "Wheeling and Cyrene Commanderies of the Kniglits Templar, of . Wheeling?Impressive Ceremonies. lesierday morning some fifty members of Wheeling Commandery No. 1, and .Cyrene Commandery No. 7, of the Knights. Templar, of thlB city, went to New Martinsville, via the Ohio River railroad, to take a leading part In the laying of the corner stones of the new Wetzel county court houso, and new M. E. church edifice. Upon their arrival at New Martinsville, it .was found that nearly the entire population had turned out to extend the community's warmest welcome to the Wheeling Knights, who, headed by the Opera House band, made a beautiful showing. In the caremonlcs that followed, Wheeling commandery escorted the members of the grand lodge, Including Dr. E. M. Turner, who acted as grand master, while Cyrene commandery actcd as escort to the blue lodge. The corner stone of the court house was laid at 11 o'clock, In the presence of a great crowd, and with the Imposing and Impressive Masonic ceremonies usual on such occasions. Dr. Turner, as the representative of the West Virginia grand lodge, was in charge of the COremanlM- Fnllnwlnfr the Invlno af the stone, there were addresses suitable to the occasion. The two commanderles. headed by their band, then proceeded to the old M. E. church, where the ladles of the congregation, assisted by their pastor. Rev. Mr. Smith, served dinner to the knights and visitors. lln the afternoon the corn.er-stonc of the new M. E. church edifice was laid with equally Impressive ceremonlss, Dr. Turner again being In charge. After this' ceremony, Wheeling commandery and the band serenaded the ladles of the church, and Rev. C. M. Ollphant, of Wheeling, thanked the ladles on behalf of the commandery for the hospitable entertainment, of which they had been the recipients. Dr. H. B. Baguley, eminent commander, also expressed the appreciation of the knights. After the services, the band gave a concert from the lawn of the. home of Mr. Jacob Ivoontz, which was enjoyed by a large crowd. The commanderles returned to the city on the evening train, having thoroughly enjoyed the day's exercises, and needless to state having a full appreciation of the boundless hospitality of the New Martinsville people. THE RALLSOADS. William Gibson, general superintendent of the Baltimore & Ohio's Pittsburgh system, has been promoted to general superintendent of transportation of the company's entire system in place of D. F. Maroney, who will become assistant to General Superintendent Fitzgerald, of the lines east of Pittsburgh. Mr. Gibson's present position will be abolished and its duties assigned to Mr. Fitzgerald, with headquarters at Baltimore. The management of the lines west of Pittsburgh will be assigned to General Superintenlent J. C. Stuart, of Chicago, and, it Is understood, will Include the Pittsburgh fc "Western road, when the absorption 3f the road is completed. In his'new* position Mr. Gibson will be the principal assistant of General Manager Unlerwood, and will have charge of between 3,000 and 4,00 miles of territory n the Baltimore & Ohio system. It is mid that upon the absorption of the Pittsburgh & Western Thomas M. King, president and receiver, will be node third vice president, wnth headluarters in Pittsburgh, his Jurisdiction :o be over the Pitsburgh & Western, Cumberland Valley, and Cleveland Terminal VhIIpv. > ' First Bale of Cotton. Every year there Is considerable rivalry among the railroads for the honor of carylng the first bale of the new cotton crop. This year the honor falls to the l^ackawanna railroad, whose fast freight line this week received the first bale of the new crop shipped from Memphis, Tcnn., and consigned to B. B. Harvey & Company, of Boston. A Great Lecture. "Slums" to-night at North Street M. 13. church. Given over 4C0 times In New York. In many churchcs twice. 125 large views. Don't miss It. Mr. Riccardo RlccL Will resume his Vocal Instruction on Monday, September 10, and will be at tils Studio, No. 1323 Market street, on ; Saturday, September 8, to hear voices ind consult with Intending pupils. WHEELING Park to-morrow afternoon, Thayer's Military Band, 35 pieces. Evening, Opera Houso Military Band. Admission 10c. A MEMBER of the'faculty will bo at < the Llnflly Institute Building dally'from - 10:30 to 11:30 iu m.. where ull new atu- . Jents can be enrolled and coursca of study arranged. 1 THE Ladles' Bicycle Race on Monlay at Fair Grounds will bo groat. Some Bee It. When you fool that^-cm have trjfe'd every, hlnic and everyone, consult-tin. A dolly icourrencs In the nurprH<>jjhown by tlio lenofltod pnllent? at our ofllce. Do you have heartache? Do your eyes cater? Do thoy smart or burn? Does thi irlnt run toaether when reading? For any trbublt of your eyei conault un. ,Vo ma Ho Blades n t popular nrlce*. Make i careful examination freo of chance. PROF. II. SHEEF, ClleSoleutlllo Cw. Main mill , Jxulcluu...... tlmuulUSte. I iU UJJ1V L, XU\J\J? WASHINGTON PRESBYTERY IS TO MEET Next Tuesday at Mount Prospect to .Vote on the Proposed Sevialon * a# 4V ft Priiftf^ Ui IMU FAVOR SUPPLEMENTAL CREED In Preference to a Change in the Confession of Faith?List of the Questions Prepared. Next Tuesday, September 4,, at Mt. Prospect, Pa., near Burgettstown, there will be a meeting ;of the Washington , Presbytery of the Presbyterian church, for the purpose of discussing and voting on the proposed revision of the.creed of the church. Great Interest Is being taken in the meeting, and it will bo largely attended. It is said that while there Is a sentiment for a shorter creed, and not for the revision of the Confession of Faith. At the last meeting of the Presbyterian general assembly a committee was appointed to carry this matter down to the presbyteries for action, and the committee has Issued a circular to the presbyteries. The circular, after reciting the authority for the appointment of the committee to ascertain the general feeling In regard to the proposed revision of the creed, requests the presbyteries to consider and answer the following In- ' qulrles: "1. Do you desire a revision of our Confession of Faith? or "2. Do you desire a supplemental, explanatory statement? or "3. Do you desire to supplement our present doctrinal standards with a 1 briefer statement of the doctrines 'most surely believed among us,' expressing in ' simple language the faith of the,church in loyalty to the system of doctrine contained in holy scripture and held by the reformed churces? or "4. Do you desire the dismissal of the whole subject, so that our doctrinal standards shall remainas they are, without any change whatever, whether revisJonal, supplemental or substitutional?" The circular Is signed by fifteen members of the committee as follows, the Rev. Stephen A. Dana, of Philadelphia, being the only member of the committee whose signature Is not attached to the document: Charles A. Dickey, Herrlck Johnson, Samuel J. Nlccolls, Daniel W. Fisher, William McKIbbin, George B. Stewart, Samuel P. Sprecher, Henry Van Dyke, Benjamin Harrison, John M. Harlan, Daniel R. Noyes, E. W. C. Humphrey, William R. Crabbo, John E. Parsons, ElJsha A. Fraser. The presbyteries are requested to record the affirmative and negative votes. PAN HANDLE BAPTISTS ; In. Session ut Claysville This Week. Many Wheeling People Are in Attendance?Interesting Programme Being Carried Out. The thirty-fifth session of the Pan Handle Baptist Association is being bald this week at Claysville,' and there Is a large delegation of Wheeling Baptists In attendance. The meeting began Thursday afternoon, continued Friday, and concludes to-day. Several Wheeling people are on the programme, which is as follows for Friday and Saturday: , Friday. 9;00-Devotlonal half hour, conducted by ' Deacon Charles McKahnn. 0:30?Address. "The Teachers' Opportunity and -Responsibility," Rev. L. M. McDermott, Wheeling, W. Va. 9:50?General discussion. 10:15?Address, "The Sabbath School ns an EvaritrHlzIng Agency," Rev. G. J. Meredith, Lazcarvlllo. 10:30?Address, "Why and IIow Should Temperance be Taught in our Sunday Schools?" Rev. Dr. W. C. D. Bond, Moundsvllle, W. Va. 10:30?General discussion. 11:10?'"The Sunday School's Text Book, the Bible," Kev. C. W. Rockwell. 11:30?Question Box, L. E. Peters. 12:00?Adjournment. -:00? Prayer and Praise Service, R. G. Pnrt?*r 2:20?Appointing of Committees nnd Opening Remarks by Moderator. 2:30?Introductory Sermon, Rev. J. S. Jewell, Flatwoods. Pa. 3:00?Reading of Church Letter*, Reception of' New Churches, Election of OlRcvrs, Invitation to-Visiting Brethren. utc. 4:30?Adjournment. .7:30?Devotional Half Hour, "Personal Work." Rev. \V. IL McJvlveen. S:00?Rnport on Foreign Mission Work. Address by Rev. T. G. Field, Elyria, Ohio. 0:00?Sermon by Rev, Martin W. Buck, of Wheeling. Saturday. 0:00?Dovotlonal Half Hour, "Joy of Scr- I vice," William Phillips. ^ 0:30?Report on Temperance. 0:45?Report on Publication Society. : 10:00? Report on Education Society. Addresses by Rev. A. L. Williamson nnd Rev. Dr. Leroy Stephens. 11:00?Report on Home Missions. Address by Rev. W. K. Powell, of Parkcrsburg, W. Va. 11:30?Buslnoss. 12:00?Adjournment. 2:00? Devotion. 2:20?Reports of Committees. 2:30?Report on Publication Society and KelUlou* Press. 3:00?Doctrinal Sermon. 3:40?Report on State Missions. Address by Rev.. John H. Stump. 4:15? General Business. 4:30?Adjournment. In conncctlon there will be held tolay nnd Sunday a rally of the Baptist i'oung People's Union, for which tho following progrnmmo has been prepared: ri.r?lnn. 7:30?Devotional Half ITour. "Soul "Win- 3 nlnff." by Hcv. C. W. nook well. fl Election of Officers. IUihIiioss. 8:00?Opening Addrwn. "Echoes from CIn- 8 clnn.ntl Convention," by William | Phillips, President of tho Amocln- P llonul Union. 8:20?Duet by Two Juniors. ' e 8:S0?Recitation. 8:40?Address. "Junior Work," Mrs. M. W. lJuck. , _ 0:20?Address, 'flow Youncr Peoplo Can ? Work," Itov. G. W. Hatch. 1 Sabbath Morning. ? 0:30-T)evotlonal Half Hour. "Consocrntlon." led by Rev. fl. Iv. Whlto, 0:00?"A Model Sabbath School," Rev. L. E, Peters. 1:00?Sermon by one of our Secretaries. Sabbath Afternoon. 3:00?A Wonmn'h Mission Meeting, pre- D Hided over by Mm. M. W. Buck. Sabbath Evening:. 7:30?Dovotlonal Half Hour, "Our Opportunity," lfl?l l>y Doacon I. K. 1'ortcr. 8:00?Horinon. _ yiOO-^CIojdnK Kxorcluen and Consecration E Meeting. THE Night flchool of Wheeling Husl- t ides College opens Monday, Sept, 2. ' THE HUB Another of Great Colla For the money s men, this collar sale make a long story si and made another de Collars, all the leadir retail at. 2'o.c and 25c Remember the Date=Th August 30, at the Ridici 6 GOOD LINEN COLL 1 DOZEN Fi All sizes from 12 to dealers See them ket street; THE HUB I Fourteenth and BAER'S CLOT Perfecf Fitting rgPirfect' Shape) (<|v Trimmed VWell Made Well ' f| At Popular Prices Every ^ Pair Warranted THEY MEET THE WARR You may buy a pair of DUTCH] $2, $2.50, $3 J AND WAR THEM TWO MON1 BUTTON THAT COMES OFF WI IF THEY RIP AT THE WAISTBA CENTS. IF THEY RIP IN THE VAY YOU ONE DOLLAR, OR GIV Best in the Woi LEE E Sole Agent. K ... LOCKE S A GOOD SHOE LADIES', MISSES MEN'S, BOYS' TAN COLOR We can save you 25 cents, i these goods, and will give y colors to select from. LOCKE SHOI FAINTING, GLAZING, ETO. AMES McADAMS COLLINS, I'ainlcr, Grainer, Glazier, Kalsominer, Sign I'ainlcr and Papir Hanger., EAI.F.R IN Palnta, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Putty, Enamels, Stains, Bronzes, Gold Leaf, Gold Paint and all grades of Brushes. STJMATES For old' and new work promptly furnished. clephoue 431.: 1613 Market St CLOTHIERS. Our . ir Sales. aving that it offers to leads all others. To "lort, we have closed al for 300 dozen Linen 1 re rrto\ra -* rAlMw uiwj\w : cuuaio^ lllcU V ' . ' ?* * i jj'i ' V ' 3-4'^V^^^^-r ';:. jnS& v ;.' MtoS?l 1: f?j ley 60 On Sale Thursday, ulous low Prices::::: ARS 25c. OR A HALF DOLLAR. to 18-inch. None sold in our case on MarAhr<w**ir4w\?. XUliM, Market Streets. HING BOUSE. )utehess "rousers STYLE,rMATERIAL AND FINISH ^JUST RIGHT WANTS OF ALL. Jnty~ iSS WOOL TROUSERS at ?3.50, $4 or $5 [US. FOR EVERY SUSPENDER : TOX PAY YOU TEN CENTS. ND WE WILL PAY YOU FIFTY SEAT OR ELSEWHERE WE TOL E YOU A NEW PAIR. id Try a Pair IAER, Twelfth St. HOE CO. ' > iMi/rcTiiniT I ll*VLC)IIYII_ni I. 5' AND CHILD'S, AND YOUTH'S, ED SHOES. 50 cents and $1.00 a pair on ou this season's styles and ? COMPANY. ALBANY DENTAL PAXLOBS. ...ALBA^DENTiSTS... S. n. CALDWELL, Mnnaeer. No. 1030 Main St.. Corner Steel Bridie. OVER DRUG STORE. Gold Crown ??d Bridge Work. mrffPriF J&SisEW 00Ln FILLINOS/fjc&w ' $/? S^/iflSLSv ?PCU Ni?hls JSBffijBBife aoJ Suit!* 1 V-'v.'-ff*f '' 'n'vlv.'r" ; ' ' * '- WSp