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_____ STONE & T.
Weather Forecast
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A Present
A something that will save mother, wife or sister
money on buying carpets which the old broom-aweeplnf
era?the best made?easy running and dustlcss. Our p
?2.00 Dlssell's for
52.no Blssell's for
$3.00 Slssell's for
TTin - .1 J_ I.T. _ rt 1 ?
*.**? ??ab uuwcu ia iuu \jjMVf uiuuiu UCUUU swcepci
Holiday Silver
The completeness of the stock has surprised many
many sorts?all good?put up In fancy boxes. Especiall
WM. ROGERS' 4
If you know the make, you k now the prices are 1
Child's Knife, Fork and Spoon....
Berry Spoons
Sugar Shells
Tomato Servers
v;onco apoons (.Bet or U)
Fruit Knives
Butter Knife and Sugar Spoon, per
Sugar Tongs
A complete line of tea, table and dessert spoons ii
Quadruple plated table-sets?Pickle dishes, bread 1
All handsome designs at lowest prices.
See our elegant carving sets at $5.90 and $7.90.
Holiday F
Odors from Trance to gratify milady's refined tastes
fume?perhaps a dainty holiday case containing two or :
art put up in special packages for gifts. The prices are
VIOLET'S FINE FRENCH PERFUMES?
oz. bottle Amber Royal Extract ..51.50
l*i oz. bottle Extract Violette 81.50
ROGER & GALLET'S PERFUMES?
1^ oz. bottle Violette de Parme 98c
1^4 or. bottle Vera-Violette $1.15
COLGATE'S PERFUMES?
One oz. bottle of the following odors, in fancy leatherette
boxes for 65c each: Caprice, Cashmere
Boquet, Italian Violets, La France Rose, Sweet
Pink and Vioris.
Miniature size?4 bottles, odors assorted in each box,
for 25c.
HUDNUT'S PERFUMES?
Put up in fancy leatherette boxes:
1 ?a. bottle Hudnut's Moresco 74c
1 oz. bottle Hudnut's Violette Sec 74c
X oz. bottle Hudnut's Peau dTEspagne 74c
Music and Enterfc
follow the purchase of a GRAPHO PHONE, and at tl
give so-and-so should be solved. Maybe yon didn't 1
the store lately?have them going all the time. We
a little pleasure out of it before you give it away Ch
a $10.00 one, intending to give it to the family of
became so attached to it they won't let it go. Resul
We have them in all sizes, prices?$5.00, $6.00,
Thousands of records for sale in both small an<
STORE OPEN EVERY EV
STONE &
PERSONAL NOTES. I BRIEF JTEN
Going and Coming of Wheeling Poo. I Events in and At*
pie and Visitors. in a Ni
Ben Fraser, of Cairo, Is at the Mc- \ p. . .
Lure j Centre Wheeling li
, ' ^ , i bank.
A. H. Gray Is a Cameron caller In
town. ! - Opera House to*
H. M. Rodgers Is a Wellsburger In | From Maxim a.'
town. | Arguments in the
H. S. Richardson, of Piedmont, is In ! bogin this afternoon
,he clty' i Hoard of trude dli
G. L. McKaln, of Salem, Is a Stamm night. A treasurer <
arrival. | elected.
H. E. Reynolds Is a Clarksburg caller j Lasl eveningf st,
in the city. r>06> c>ithollc Benevo
M. Morgan, of Pine Grove, Is a Grand 1 their hall and electe
Central guest. | .. , .
J. v. I'aririciRc, of l'ark?rfiburg, Is In cWo. n "25"
town on business. p,^r r a.n, rm
-W' ? ,r UI # ?. ut . V . 1 10f* Lo"B Will prcfi
W. H. Mable, of Mnbie, Is a business ? m
caller in the city. | T*?<- Triangle club
B?rnle Freeze Ik ill at his home on I ?!?!Lk
South Wood street. l?ich ore
A- W. Print, of Churchvllle. Is call- There will be a mt
Inf on friends In town. fIf"na Progressive C
Miss Fannie Befit, of Grufton, is vis- m,,robers t
Itlntf frltnds in the city. present.
Ed. P. Wheat, the glove man. Is in To-night, at the
New York on business. South Hide, the Cla
J. P. Robinson, of Littleton, Is regis- hv?p!.if'-r
tertd at the Park hotel. l)> 1 rof' LonKJ.
K. Kakln, of New Martinsville, Is The Ladies' Auxill
the guest of friends here. of bt. John will pro(
Foster Earp, of New Martinsville, is
autographed at the Windsor. t ^ , 2|
James Kemple has accepted a position
as night clerk at the Grand Central. a
Wesley Mullen, of Slsternville. was j **V/f
calling on friends in the city yesterday. J ^5/
Dr. F. C, Hugh and wife, of Woods- /
field. Ohio, are the guests of relatives / X
in the city. j / *~3j ,
George Hasher, of Mannlngton, and j f ^ #
John Brldgeman, of New Martinsville, 1
are state arrivals in the city. I 2 W J
FULL of Sunshine, Full of Color, Full \ )|
Of Artistic Thnuarhts. Full nf Hnnnct '1-^
Values. KIUK;S,Toor> Main Street." VI
The store will be open every evening. tfj
? a.
CLARION CLIJIJ will dance at Pyth- ??
fan Castle to-night. ft. OO T\
PRICES that aparklf on bright bar- ?T *
gains. KIRK'S. 100.r? Main Street.
The Btore will be open every evening. placed on sp
* * " ' ' K -V* Damask Tat
H. E. HILLMAN & CO. will not nl- cnt circumat
low cheap Krade gooda go in their ?tock ft
that will not wear. ft- claca linon*
- - ? ~ They came t
HOME of our competitor* are telling houses in N
their customers that it Is impossible for Ec closing out i
ui to aell fine reliable goods at the low ga holiday Belli
price* they aro being sold at our din- Er Bavinc eltec
count Bale. We guarantee every watch, PL
diamond, piece of Jewelry, silverware, Sia
etc., to be as represented or money re- Siz
funded. SHKFF BROS. slz
GRAND Opening of a handsome Res- & ?!z
t&urant on Saturday, December 15, at 4 c?Z
p, m. Everything new. Wr
HONG FONO LOW, ? c]eftD f e h
No. 1731 Market street. WCftD' Iresn'
Only ?55. a TT
Double Cone Heglna Music Hox, ma- H jf\ xJ.3
hogany cane, an kooc! an new. only J&fi. Br"
P. W. UAIIMKK CO. R .
Rriv- cxpr
, * * * , Br uncercmonio
YOU LJj be glad If you do and sorry K 4?r nf ?YninT
If you don't go to EL tcr or explni
KIHK'H, 1005 Main Rtreet. ET P''ir'"K to In
The Hloro will be open every evening, course wo
and Embroil
H. K. HIM,MAN & CO* won n*ver at less than
known to give such low prions on Dlu- ^
mondn. Watches and Jewelry an I hey fefi
are this year. I Ej^_ ^33^
0nl:r*55' &. i ?
Double Conk Rrflnn Music Hox, ma- K[
' fioiuny ease, an kovO nn new, only |&G. EL
V. W. IUUMEU CO.
CUITAna up from 33 GO. 1 . A
V. W. ISA.VMKU co, ^cszSSkaEsjs
HO HAS. \
for To-day?Fair.
? T.
for Home.
lots of bard work and at the sarao time save you
f makes premature. We sell BtsaoU'e Carpet Sweeprices
are lower than others.
91.08
91.05
?2.25
Plated Ware.
tills -week?'twill surprise you. Table pieces of
y suitable for pruents.
STAR BRAND."
ower than usual.
51.45
; $1.45 and 91.95
65c
91.45 and 51-85
i 51.45
93.25
set $1.25
89c
i all new patterns.
:r?ys, crumb tra ys and scraper, candelabra, etc., etc.
'erfumes.
. To please her, give her a bottle of delicate permore
distinct od ors. All the tried and tested kinds
low:
BTXLX EXTRACTS?
Violet's Amber Royal, per oz 90c
Violet's Extra Violette, peT oz flOe
Soger Gallet's Vera Vlolette, per oz 75c
Roger Gallet's Peau d'Espnguo, per oz 05c
Roger Gullet's Vlolette de Panne, per oz 55c
Roger Gallet's Chevrefeullle, per oz 85c
Crown Perfumery Co.'b Crab Apple, per oz.... 75c
Plnaud's Vtolttte Relne, per oz 68c
Plnaud's Royal Daisy, per oz 75c
Plnaud'e Hsgnoltta, per oz 75o
Plnaud's French Carnation, per oz 75c
Plnaud's Franzlpannl, per oz... 28c
Plnaud'e Opoponax, per oz 28c
Legrand'a Orlra Vlolette, per oz 65c
Lundborg's Swiss Lilac, per oz 45c
Hudnut'a Verveine, per oz 39c
Hudnut's White Lilac, per oz 39c
Hudnut'a Stephanotls, per oz 39c
ainment at Home
lie prices we're selling them, the problem of -what to
enow we sold 'cm. Couldn't help it if you've been in
were going to advise you to buy one now and get
ristmas, but guess we'd better not. One man. bought
a friend", took it home and tried it?his own family
t?had to buy ano ther for his friend.
$7.50, $10.00, $2 5.00, $50.00 and $75.00. j
i concert grand sizes. |
ENING 'TIL CHRISTMAS.
THOMAS.
TI0N3NGS. Confederate Spy," at the Carroll Club
? auditorium New Year's night.
a'. the City Given Sunday the Knights of Columbus will
itshell rehearse the first and second degrees
at their hall in the Odd Fellows' bulld?
to have a savings jnff> on Thursday, January 10, the first
and second degrees will be given the
night?<"The Girl candidates.
Only 855.
Hlssom trial may ? ^
Double Cone Reglna Music Box, mahogany
case, as good as new, only $55.
ectors' meeting to- F. W. BAUMER CO.
)f the board will be c m
Wanted?At Once.
Kllllan Council, No. Thirty musically Inclined boys, aged
L m a twelve years, to sing In St. Matthew's
a onicers. boy cj,olr. Must be refined and of neat
Political club will appearance. MuhIcoI training and sal r
hall, January 21. ary at start. Apply to Paris R. Myers,
Ide at the piano. Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock, at church.
|WlLglpvcnlnB.,'tor DON'T fall to attend the Clarion Club
hf'Ktrn will ?!!!?? Dnnrp nt Pvtlilnn f'notlo
etlng at the Young ? J* * * "
lub room this fcvcnFAMILY
WASHING,
ire requested to be Roueh Dry Washed, Starched and
Dried 6 cents per pound.
Pvthfin m.ti Flat Work? Washed and Ironed, Q
pi_n J,i.yL ? mi | cents per pound.
? Snf 5.iS iC All nana work finished 10 centi
- bops, with music p0r pound. At LUTZ BROS'.
Home Stenm Laundry.
ary of the Knights -?-?
luce the drama, "A MUSIC ROLLS AT DAUMER'S.
' = Tt
money saving ne^
r
imask Table Sets
ccial sale to-day. These hemstitched drawn work Satin
lie Sets?covers and napkins to match?are, undor presences,
DOUBLY certain to Interest lovers of HIGHEST
?would command attention even at regular prices,
mr way through one of the best known importing
ow York City's linen district. It w ns a pre-lnventory
isle with them, ?nd it comes In handy for our special
ng. Hsntlon both regular and special prices and the
ted on each:
e 8-10, ?15.00 sets, at $11.00; saving $3.10.
e 8-12, $10.00 sets, at 912.90; saving 53.00.
e 8-10, 910.75 sets, at $14.50; saving 85.85.
e 8-10, $21.75 sets, at $10.50; saving $5.25.
e 8-12, $22.50 sets, at $10.00; saving $5.00.
0 8-10, $23.50 nets, at $17.50; snving $0.00.
1 nicely boxed?just right 'for Christmas.
ndkerchief Hummer 1
C3B package contalnltiff 100 dozen Hnndkcrchiofs was
usly tossed into our receiving room yesterday. A letintion
accompanied the invoice. It said in effect: "Prevolcn;
can you \uq tho lot at ONE-FOURTH OFFP"
could, and thin Is why vfo offer to-day Beautiful Lace
lory Trimmed Handkerchiefs, never before gold by us
l5o each, FOIl ONLY lOo EACH!
rEO. M. ;
NAY BHOTHEHS?SHOES.
Your
Daughter
would nppreclats a pa.tr of
"Tailor Made"
$3.00 Shoes. I
Patent Leather, Kid or Calf N
Shoo with leather liking?a I
practical gift, to bo sure, but y
this is a practical age.
ii: i
1 Nay's,
I ! 1317 Market St.
?AM B. UcEEE 00.
! i California Naval Oranges, f
< > Good size, high color, "not a seed."
A sound, 1ubcIou3 fruit. i rn A
At the dozen IDC |
<, Cream Cheese. a
a The richest, creamiest nnd finest a
] flavored cheese you ever ate. If Y
,i > you are fond of good cheese 17^ Q
A try some. At the pound.... I lb A
i i naw Nuts, all kind*: DateR, Figs, a
and Glace Fruits, Table Raisins,
i > and etc. $
0 $AM B. McKEE CO., A
1 > Grocers. A
Phone 675. 2227-31 Market St. Y
Sk3nte%encfr
Offlcnt 2C and 27 FourtoontliStroot.
New Advertisements.
Christmas Books?Frank Stanton's?Second
page.
Men's Fancy ' Sox?McFadden's?Second
paBe- ,
Slippers?Locke Shoe Co.?Eighth page.
The ilost Important?George M. Snook
& Co?Eighth page.
Kid Gloves?George E. Stlfel & Co.? !
Fifth page.
Practical Presents ? Alexander ? Fifth
page.
Gas Ilantros?Gcorco \V. Johnson's Sons. I
Urcad-ft II. List."
Useful Articles for Christmas Presents? |
Nesbltt & Brother.
Opera House? Pittsburgh Orchestra.
Grand Opera. House?Charles Leburn.
Wanted?Unfurnished Rooms.
so.ooo.
Wo have fitted moro than twenty
thousand pairs of Spectacles, givingus
a record and experience unequalled by
liny other optician In West Virginia.
Satisfaction guantntood.
JACOB AY. UllUHK, Optician.
No. 1U0U Market Street.
XMAS PRESENTS.
Useful and Ornamental?C.
Hess & Sons.
Oxford Mufllerettes?For men. and
women. Attractive and useful.
Dent and Adler Gloves?all grades.
Earl and Wilson Dress Shirts.
Handkerchiefs?Silk Initial and
Linen.
Monarch Shirts?A bright line of
new designs?$1.00, $1.50.
Combination Set?Silk Suspenders,
Silk Arm Bands, Silk Garters, complete,
in box?$1.00.
Silk Suspenders?Genuine Sterling
antral. nr>A rtnlrl ?>!*+<* 4-r4yv> tr. It* o-a
Ladies' Stock Scarfs?Something
entirely new.
Holiday Neckwear?Largest and
smartest line in the city?50c each.
A Suit of Clothes, Overcoat, Pair of
Trousers or Fancy Vest made to order,
as we have~*tbeir measures.
C. HESS & SONS,
Fashionable Tailors and Fine Furnishers,
1321-1323 Market St.
Water Bents Are Due.
Water rents for the six months
ending March 31, 1901, are now
ready. If paid on or before December
31, 1900, a discount of 10 per
cent will be allowed.
THE CITY WATEB BOABD.
CLARION CLUB will dance at Pythian
Castle to-nlpht.
Handlun,
City Bank Bulldlnp, Market Street. All
trimmed Hats at Cost,
ie most
,vs we've spre
:all of vital he
Jk "D*>
flffli We sell the fl:
jjjJjfreB mined to sell t
J& CIAL?CHRIS:
of the firm?the completeness of Its i
ALL features of co-oqual importance,
to-Weor Dept. Here's ft pood oxnmpli
Cnntn nf flnoct Wi?rKBV rlnthn. In ermt<v
nre of finest uolf-colorcd satins. Tail?
(h | /| nr for choico of various styli
CPIt-.Ou $20.00 respectively.
THESE MAKE GOOD PRESENT!
Silk and Wool Waists, Gossamers foi
Skirts imd Dressing Sacques, Scroen;
Comforts.
SNOOf
ANOTHER
BANK FOR
WHEELING.
Tho Centre Wheeling Savings Bank
Is Abaut to be Organized by
Prominent Men.
THE CHARTER IS APPLIED FOR
I -I . n.?
And tlic Meeting for Organization
Will be Held January 12.
Sito ia Optioned.
I ..
.iicviine JO lu-iKtwi uuuiiici, ?.??, |
making: thirteen In all, but such a little
detail of superstition aa that doesn't'
have any terrors for the promoters o?
the new financial Institution, who expect
to have it open for business In
Centre Wheeling: soon after the newyear
and century have been rung In.
The new bank, which is to be called
the Centre Wheeling Savings Bank, will
be located in the neighborhood of Chapline
and Twenty-fourth streets, and already
one piece of ground haa been optioned.
Other Bites are in view, but theone
optioned seems to have the call and
will .likely be chosen.
A Promising Field.
Outside of the South Side Savings
Bank, all the banks of the city are situated
in the central business district, i
and for this reason It is believed that |
there Is a promising field in Centre
Wheeling for an:institution of financi?.
The capital will be $25,000 with the privilege
of increasing to $100,000, and the j
shares of stock are $100. No subscription
for more than $2,500 is being received.
The charter has been applied
for and will arrive in a few days, and
on January 12 the stockholders will
meet at the law ofllce of T. M. Garvin
to effect their organization.
The Incorporators.
The new bank has been promoted by
Mr. T. M. Garvin and Dr. Leonard Eskey.
and the Incorporators will be the
f?tlr?U'lnO? tl'nll L-ntili'n Kltal^ooc,
fesslonal men: T. M. Garvin, Dr. Leonard
Eskcy, S. B. McKco, J. N. Dowler,
Charles Dowler. George C. Hoffmann,
Dr. C. E. Mason, Robert Nesbitt, W. W.
Invin, Richard Robertson, John Cummins,
Jere A. Miller, Richard Crlswell,
Lawrence Woeber, Prof. W. H. Anderson,
W. L. Dowler, Mrs. J. A. LancasI
ter, Rev. Robinson, Samuel Nesbitt, jr.,
and M. F. Giesey.
There arc many other subscribers, and
an effort has been made to have as |
many as possible in the list of stock- j
holders. It would have been an easy I
matter for the promoters to have had j
the entire stock Issue taken by a few, :
but in many stockholders there is believed
to be strength.
Both a savings and commercial busl- j
ness will bo transacted.
TOY.
i The Toy Talking Machine.
A child can operate It. nothing; to get
out of order, will last for years. The
records, in endless varieties, don't break
or wear out; the baby can play with
them without fear of injury. Price IS,
with six records.
F. W. BAUMER CO.
DIAMONDS and Opals.
\V. J. LUKEN'S, One Price Jeweler.
GRAPHOPHONES at greatly reduced
prices at P. W. BAUMER CO.'S.
NOTICE ?
$60,000 WORTH
OF BARGAINS.
This week to the early Christmas buyers
we arc giving 25 per cent off our regular
prices on everything In our stock except
diamonds, on which we give 10 per cent.
Our diamonds are marked so low that to
give 25 per cent off would mean an actual
loss on every piece.
Wo buy goods In large quantities direct
from tho manufacturers for hnlh tvhnlo
pale ami retail business, and this year we'
propose to give our customers the benefit
of the bargains we securad.
SHEFF BROS.,
Wholesale unii TMall Jewelers, Corner of
Main and Eleventh Streets. 1
ImpcMfta
:ad before you
iliday import!"
' Goods
Diamonds"
?eal Alaska Seal and
Persian Lamb Coats.
lost that money can buy. Dcter -bese
before Christmas. Therefore,
,n fine Christmas presents, your own
xnd nil investigation. Also have
on Fur Coats in variety, all at SPECMAS
PRICES!
and Suits
:les to bo purchased on the spur of
juito the contrary. The reliability
shnwlncr fVift ?Vlll U?
and all are fully mot by our Rendy?
of how we'ro selling Ladles' % Box
rs, tans, browns and blackB. Linings
jring corresponds with the materials:
;s that never sold below $18.75 and
3?Futb for Ladles and Children,
p Ladles and Children, Wrappors,
!, Rugs and Druggets, Blankets and
THE HUB CLOTHIEBS.
There's Such
a Thing as Luck,
no doubt, but there's also such a thing as
judgment. If you trust to luck in buying clothing,
we don't know where you'll go. If judgment
guides you, however, we cxpect to see you
in our store. We'll be crowded this week with
holiday shoppers. They know that what they
buy for their relatives or friends will prove all
tfj?V exneri. sn if vmi uranh an p\emr\k e???*
?, ?r?j ? r,w8MMk SJl
overcoat for cither man or boy, hats, shirts, underwear,
ties, etc., you find a larger stock here
than you'll find in any other half dozen stores
combined, at a less price than you expect to
pay, with a guarantee that says your money
back if you want it.
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
THE HUB,
Fourteenth and Market.
SAER'S CLOTHING HOUSE.
Ready-Made,
But Equal to
Custom Made.
Good clothes that contain warmth, wear 2nd worth?the
three most essential factors that enter into the make-up of
real good, firsr-class clothing. Pick up a Suit or Overcoat ;
look it through; see how it's put together. It's there?the
aualitv. the stvle and the fit. The Drice is richt?ri^ht
" - I -- o -- - -O
down to rock bottom. Can't find good clothing lower anywhere.
If you are looking for a Suit or Overcoat that will
wear until you've forgotten when you bought it, you had
better come and see us. The store is packed with good,
honest clothes of this sort.
LEE BIER, ?V0THIE
Slippers.
The comfortable kind and the appropriate kind for
I"
Christmas Presents.
We have Men's Slippers at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25.
Ladies' Slippers at 75c, $1.00, $1.25.
Locke Shoe Company. [
at Zf
x_? ... , \m\
Tor many a aay;
Several Thousand Pieces -4!
Warwick Ware at One-Half
regular prices. How?whyP This way: They're factory accumulations?odds
and ends that were overlooked or failed to conncct with jS
orders. We bought them cheaper than pood decorated "Warwick
ware over sold for. The purchase consists of Celery and Spoon lg
Vasea, Cracker Jars, Fruit Saucers, Comports, Molasses Jugs, -<sS|
Cracker and Cigar Jars, Trays of various sorts. Plates, Tea Caddies,
Spice Jars, Chop'riate* and Dishes, Bon Bon Hotrts, Berry,
Salad and Fruit Bowls, etc., all at ONE-HAI/F price and less! 100 /]
' Hall Boy" Jugs at 25c each. * j
Kish Manufacturing Co.'s "f
High Class Neckwears
for Indies placed on sale this morning; at less than ONE-HALF J|
PRICES. It's their sample line, but wo ftunrantco every piece to
be perfectly clean and in good condition. Being- patterned after tho |J
choicest Parisian models, styles in their complex diversity elude -/9
nucccssful description. But these prices are easily grasped: Lot 1, Ej
50c; Lot 2, ?1.00; Lot 3, ?1.50 each. Remember each and every one _^g|j
, Is worth twice as much or more. ^8
Handsome Real Duchcsae Laco and Chiffon Berthas at special J|
Christmas figures. Holiday Aprons at special prices. ; |
^OPF.N EVENINGS-- J
COMPANY. 1

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