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| "Weather Poroeant forTo-dar-ralr. STONE & THOMAS. mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmrn , Getting Ready To throw open the doors of the largest and most complete business institution in this section of the country. EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE NAME. Our largo force of employes are kept busy these days receiving the itnmenCA nMrvmnnfo r\* tiottt ff^o ? b ?"6 11 up. Carpenters and painters, plumbers, electricians, ma1 chinists, etc., etc., are working bard tbat the opportunity 1 may be given you to participate in the GRAND OPENING OF WEST VIRGINIA'S GREATEST STORE, at the earliI est possible moment. FROM THE BASEMENT iu m twin mm New and down-to-the-moment merchandise will be displayed in qnantities sufficient to insure the greatest pos? sible choice. Every Department Enlarged And New Departments Added. Through all this work, all this preparation, we aro busy i selling seasonable merchandise at prices only possible as a result of cash buying in great quantities. OUR NEW CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Is now ready on the third floor, where a complete line of Boys' and Children's Clothing is ready for your inspec lion. OUR MILLINERY OPENING Will take place next week, STONE & THOMAS. I I t Until Farther t We will give O ? k a- discount of ft on all good purchased here I A * EL- (pxit illnctratfnnc c^otttJi-ioc imcf Tinnr ! !lv VV VJ. M> WilW V? jUlJU AAV/ W this cut works?the difference is your gain. 85c Taffeta Silks 63}c yd. $1.25 Novelty Silks 93}c yd. to 1 50c Dress Goods 37ic yd. , SliD Dress Goods 51.124- yd. 48c Table Linens 36c yd. fgfj 75c Table Linens 56+c yd. 5c Prints 3^c yd. $5.00 Curtains $3.75 pr. 8c Silkalines 6c yd. $3.98 Blankets $2.98 pr. $290.00 Alaska Sealskins $217.50 ea. $6.90 Jackets $5.17 ea. $25.00 Jackets $18.75 ex $22.50 Suits $16.88 ea. w $6.90 Fur Scarfs $5.17 ea. I nU 98c Kid Gloves 71c pr. app $150 Corsets $1.12+ nr. ! ||_ if?c Hose or Socks Il-^c pr- ^ r25c Underwear 18}c ea. $1.00 Underwear 75c ea. 25c Ribbons I8}c yd. SI 1.90 Dinner Sets $8.92 ea. I. 558.00 llnviland Sets? $7350 ea. rf* jT WANTED: 25 Additional Salespeople of Expcri IT //"} A/ & 1 27A7 BBOTHEBS?SHOES. . WHAT WE SERYE IN THE "ROYAL" $3.50 Shoe I FOR MEN. n n r.i: it iru u DM van, ; liti MU, I Enamel Calf, Velours Calf, | TanHussiaCalf,. Patent Leather, | ! I In 15 Different Styles. ; I I NAY'S, 1317 Market. ?AM~B7MCKEE CO. I No. I. MACKEREL ^ H Extra fine,'fat; white and juicy. ?jj ra The luto catch?If you relish a Rood R Mackerel, you'll say thoy aro elm- ra ply . delicious. -'Twill nvor- |/>f n age about a pound apiece, |\y|w and tho prlcc, each H CREAM CHEESE. New York State Cream?mild, mol- f-j low and rich?about 35% butter fat 14 ?specially fine for welsh i Cp M Rarebit?at the pound I uu j MASON QUART JAi*S, /|Qn N complete, the dozen .4"0u g $AM B. McKEE CO., ?j L GROCERS. F Phono C73.,. 2227-31 Market St. & ?lic 3ntel%cm-r Ofllce: iiH and 27 Fourteenth Stroot. New Advertisements. Our Men's Suits?The Hub?Eighth page. We Are Champions of Quality?Kraus Brothers?Eighth page. Dry Cleaning?Wheeling Steam Dye Works?Eighth page. No- 1 Mackerel?Sam B. McKce Co.? Eighth nag?. Until Further Notice?George M. Snook & Co.?Eighth page. What We Servo?Nay's?Eighth page. It's the Price That Tells?Frlck & Lindsay Co. Special Bargains In Property?L. A. Rolf. Stocks for Hale?Simpson & Tatum. Opera House?The Watch on the Rhine. Personal?Widower?Third page. Wanted?Agents. Wanted?Twelve Dollars Straleht?Third page. For Sale?Ilandsomo Bay Horse. Twenty-second Anniversary Week?Geo. E. Stlfcl & Co. Gelling Ready?Stone & Thomas?Eighth page. Priestley's Dress Goods?George R. Taylor Co.?Second page. 20,000. Wo have fitted raoro than twenty thousand pair* ot' Spcctnclcs, giving um xi record and experience mutual by any other optician In West Virginia. Satisfaction guaranteed. JACOB W. URUHll, Optician, No. lJJOO Market Street Opening Tuesday. SWABACKER'S. ONE Capen Piano, Mahogany case, slightly shopworn, at S1S5, nt F. W. BAUMKR CO.'S. If * a -4 | per 4 f cent J Owing J he extraordinary char= i :r oi this sale, our only J ns are J G&sfi. J goods will be sent on -4 roval, none will be re= J red, none exchanged. j ? ? :A iencc. "FIELD DAY" COMMITTEES ARE TO MEET To-night to Further Ammjjempnts for the Big AHair of Satururday, October 13. TICKETS HAVE BEEN ISSUED Ana Are Now on Saie?A Trip Over the Belay Bace Route to Make I Final Arrangements. I , . I To-night, In the chamber of tho first branch of council, city building, there will be a meeting of tho Republican Field Day general commute on ar| rangements, to be preceded by meetings of the sub-committees on parade and music, athletics, prfires, prize drill and | finance. It Is earnestly desired that J all members of these committees bo on hand; there Is much to be done In the ! way of preparation for the Field Day, and the time In which to do Is 11m. ited. The committees are made up of the following: J General committee?Dr. Georgo W. ' Otto, Jesse D. Dixon, Samuel Uselton, Ben Shuler, Walter "Worls, R. M. Archer, W. H. Cassell, Dr. H. B. Baguley, Lee Dobbs, George N. Dovlnncy, W. C. Thomas, Ben Honecker, George Humphreys, W. J. Lyle, A. S. Bell, Jason C. Stamp, Dave C. Dinger, A. C, Davis. S. B. Blair. C. W. Connor. Dr. W. D. Stewart. Parade and Music.?John McCahon* W. C. Etzler, A. C. Egerter, W. H. Cassell, Dr. H. B. Baguley, George N. Devlnney, James Wheat, George Humphreys, W. J. Lyle, A. S. Bell, A. L. Hooten. Athletics.?Fred. Smith, J. C. Stamp, Will McGannon, Ben Shuler, Will Hare, George Bowers, Edward Rat-, clllfe, A. S. Bell, Robert Anderson, Peter Lash, L. D. Stldger, Drill.?R. D. Otto, John Reed, J. R. Washington, Clyde North, Lee Dobhs, Bert McConnell, Ben Honecker, C. Ogden, Letter Smith, A. S. Bell, C. W. Conner. Prizes.?G. W. Otto, C. H. Waiklns, Jr.. Walter Worls, Will Beckett, C. H. Henning, John Bartolls, W. P. Rose, Jess McCausland, A. S. Bell, W. J. Lylo, Dr. W. D. Stewart. Finance.?G. W. Otto, W. H. Hlgglns, G. A. Laughlin, Ben F. Hlgglns, C. D. Thompson, Charles Dowler, John McCready, Charles Seibert, A. S. Bell, William Waddle, Clarence Burch. Saturday afternoon the 10,000 tickets of admission for Field Day were placed in the hands of Secretary-Treasurer Dave C. Dinger, of the flnapce committee, who has opened Field Day headquarters in connection "With the congressional headquarters, on Chapline street, opposite the city building. During the afternoon several hundred tickets were placed ia the hands of captains of the Rough Rider companies for distribution among their men; who have already entered upon a vigorous canvass. Captains of Rough.Rider companies that have not secured their quota of tickets are desired to call upon Mr. Dinger to-day. There must be no lagging in the sale of these tickets, for upon It depends the financial success of Field Day. Mr. Jason C. Stamp, the bicycle dealer, who is co-oporatlng with the Intelligencer and Canton Repository In the conduct of the Intelligencer-Repository Presidential Relay Race, will on "Wednesday and Thursday of this week, In company with Edward Salade, one of the riders who have volunteered Tor service In the relay race, make a trip over the route of the race on wheels, and arrange the relays. They expect to enlist cyclers In Cadiz, Uhrlchsvllle, CantH Dover and other In termetflate towns for service in the relay. Local riders desiring to participate In the relay race are requested to call up^n Mr. Stamp to-day and tomorrow. Only a few more are needed now. 25 PER CENT Discount on our entire stock. THE BON TON. Opening Tuesday. SWABACKEB'S. "Why?" is the Question. If Gregg Shorthand Is such a poor, worthless system of rapid writing as some would have you think, why nre schools adopting it all over the country? Why are court reporters chnnging to it? If it hftd been a worthless system it would not have lived during the last fourteen years. If it was worthless, authors of other systems would pay no attention to it; but they all realize that 1t possesses merits which their own system docs not, and overy attempt oh their part to keep persons from learrtlng It, only makes Gregg's Shorthand more popular. No other school in the state can teach It without purchasing their books from the ELLIOTT SCHOOL, 1318 Market street. Openinc. Fine Millinery Tuesday, October 2. You are Invited. L. R. SONNEBORNV "No Cards." 1108 Main street. 25 PER CENT Discount on our entire stock. THE BON TON. Opening Tuesday. SWABACKUR'S. EAT Good Sausage made by Hdfmann Bros.. 2.144 Cliapllne street, and at stalls in botli markets. 25 PER CENT Discount on our entire; Stock. THE BON TON. Opening Tucs. and "Wed. CARL'S. SEE our display of Roady-to-Wear Hats, at our Opening Tuesday, October 2. L. R. SONNERORN. "No Cards." 110S Main St. FAMILY WASHING. Rough Dry Washed, Starched and Dried 5 conts per pound. Flat Work, Washed and Ironod, 5 cents per pound. All hand work finished 10 ccnta per pound. At LTJTZ BROS'. Homo Stoara Laundry. wjii;auiQ XUBOU(I)'. O W AX>A\JXV?jlVi3. ST12INTWAY Snniire Plnno, good condition, only $125. P. W. BAtTMKB CO. 25 PER CUNT Discount on our ontlro Htock. THIS BON TON. SF.K our dlRplay of Heady-to-Wenr UntB. ut our Opening Tuesday, October. 2. L. It. SONNEBOUN. "No CnrdB." H08 Main St. EAT floodSnusnKo nmde by Tlofmnnn BroH., 2!M4 Chapllno Btrcct, and at atolls In both markets. THE HUB CI Our Men At $10 a We haven't seen anythi $12.50 or $15.00, or even $ suits we're showing at $15 ar tailor's at double. Children's Pei rv rr n o n a stynsn i cost so little in this store. All Wool Double Breasted ' $3.50,' or our fine Astrakan R If not it'll pay you to stop ii at the largest stock of clot shown by any other half do2 Greatest line of Childr you've ever seen?every sty Step in?we'll gladly ; want to look at?buy whene A money back guarante THE ! Fourteenth and Market Streets. LOCKE SH Great Sho Men's Vici Kid and Calf HIpn'c an/1 Ray f1 ill Vil C T 1VI 1K1V1 UIIU IL^U/V v Men's Shoes, All Depend. We want your trade on I will guarantee you better than any other house in ) Locke Shoe WHEELING STEAB B. MONTIEGE PROPRII Wheeling Stears Nos. 51 and 53 Eleventh Street (bet wet Fine work especially; Ladles' Shawls, Sil cleaned to look as good as new. DRY CLE By an entirely NEW PROCESS. Dyeing In fabrics In Silk, Wool or Cotton, Laces. G lov Suits cleaned and pressed on short notice. S TELEPHONE No. O. AT THE RIVERSIDE. S Company Will Make Another Attempt to Run tlie Mill Tliis Morning?Expect to Secure All the n: Necessary Men. si There will be another attempt to ^ start the plate mill at the Riverside this morning. Secretary J. D. Culbcrtson, In conversation with an Intel- L llgencer reporter, said the matter would be T>ossIblv settled In :v ft>u* ilnvs. a He said they had part of the mill in C] operation Saturday, notwithstanding reports to the contrary. lo Mr. Culbertson further stated that the company agrees to pay the men the old rate of wages, and that was quite 01 a concession. There was no question of wages when the mill shut down, and di It was only when they were ready for resumption that they knew anything of ir any question over wages or recognition. The Amalgamation prices were never paid at. the Riverside. Anybody applying lor work would be employed, and j they do not think that there will be . any trouble in securing men. ^ Reunion at Woodsfield. ^ The annual reunion of the old sol- ^ dlers of Monroe and adjoining counties ^ will be held nt Woodsfield, Wednesday ^ and Thursday, October 10 and 11. They meet there every year to march under the old flag, rccall amd strengthen memories and associations formed on southern battlefields. The Summerfield Guards, one hundred strong, uniformed and well drilled, will be there. Good speakers and good music have been secured. Great preparations have been completed. All soldiers of all wars and their friends are cordially inylted. FALL OPENING?FINE TAILORING. Wo hnvo now on display our large | and handsome lino of foreign and domestic Woolens. The fashionable cut and superior finish of our garmentB recoramendB itself to ail fash- ~ ionablo dressers. Prices reasonable. C. HESS & SONS, Fashionable Tailors and Fine Furnishers. Mfti-isan e* Opening Tuos. nnd Wed. CARL'S. , THE Gtckp System of Shorthand has ft fewer word .signs than anj* other ?ys- > tem. All Biaicmonts to the contrary are a untrue. Vowels nre Inserted In their *" natural order. In posltlon-writinf? systems vowels nre omitted. A word without the vowels Inserted Is like a prln- titer's pi. ELLIOTT SCHOOL. ?< 1318 Market Htreet. l)( Hny Fever. pi We can clte'you a number of CtJRKR ^ wo havo made In cases of HAY FE- a VER, but NOT ONE FAILURE. TRI-8TATE OSTEOPATHIC INSTITUTE. T Tenth and Main Streets. O iOTETEBS. 's Suits nd $12. ing elsewhere better for r i? T T hj.^u. iicivt yuu: rg id $18 arc like the custom I rfect Fitting, I 3Iothes I Have you seen our Boys' | Suits at $2.50, $2.75 and 1 eefer at $2.50 and $3.00? If i and have a look around 1 hes for the younesters H ;en houses. en's Novelty Heachvcar le you can think of. ;ho\v you whatever you ver you're ready. :e with every purchase. HUB, Clothiers, Hatters nnrl Pnrnlchopc OE CO. " - " e Values. j Shoes $2.00 s :alf Shoes ... $2.50 able Leathers $3.00 |j Vlen's Shoes, and we shoes for your inoney Wheeling. ~7T~ I company. ;; ' * ;: 1 == a I DYE WORKS. t K BTOR i Dye Works, r ?n Market and Chapline Streets). k Drosses, Silk Waists, Lace Curtains, :ANING | nny desired shade. Including the finest cs, Plumes, Pelt Hats, etc. Gentlemen's peciai uxienuon given to repairing. i-Vi "cl I THE TOBACCO WOKKEES' rational Convention Adjourned Saturday?Officers Elected. The national convention of the Interational Tobacco Workers' Union, In ?ssion here all of last week, adjourned aturday. after the election of the fol- ? iWing oflloera: President?Henry Fischer, of St. |? ouis, Mo., (re-elected). First Vice President?Anthony Mc ndrews, of Cincinnati, Ohio, (re- p ected.) Second Vice President?Daniel Wal- a ice, of Detroit, Mich. Third Vice President?John S. "White, fea " St. "Louis, Mo. 1'UUI ill y iuu X'rL'HlUL'Ill? W . I\. V* tt?- |Wj 3n. of Richmond, Vn, Fifth Vice President?Edward Dltt- KB lore, of Wheeling, (pe-elected). Secretary-Treasurer?E. Lewis Ev- ?.i\ is, of Louisville, Ky., (re-elected.) M Delegates to the American Federaon of Latiot^?John WItzel, of Louisllle, Ky., Henry Fischer, of St. Louis, ?} , International Finance and 'Auditing $jj ommittee?CJjaries W. Swchney, of SI |j ouls, Mo^ Frank Ross, of Newport ft y., and Basil Pearce, of Louisville, ? * ? Opening Tuesday. SWABACKEIVS. , 25 PER CENT Discount on our entire ; ock. THE BON TON. Opening Tucs. and Wed. CARL'S. ; 25 PER PRMT VHoVn.tWf ?? & ocic. " the boxton! " || ONE C.ipcn Piano, Mahogany case, g ighlly shopworn, at 5185. at f. w. haumeu co.'s. Opening- Tuesday. SWABACXEIVS. EAT Good Sausage made by Hofmnnn ros? 234-1 Chapline street, and at stalU both market?. When you feci that you have tried every* I ilnj; and everyone, consult un. A Jai'T H jcurrence Ih the vurprlno nhown by in# I nefltrtl patient* at our office. | Do yon have headache? Do your ryei U ater? Do they Ktnart or burn? Doe3 th# 1 Int run together when reading? For any trouble of your eyes contult u* B '? mal;c glasj?s at popular price* MaM I careful examination free of charge. PROF. H. SHEFF, hoHolonitllu Cor. Malnml? I ptlulnn