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This Store Will be Open
Every Evening Until
Christmas.
Tine Mysterious Urge ?f Christmas
Little Bowler,
S t e a m e r
Quoits, Bag
atelle Boards
Honey Bee,
Wit ch raft
Magnet
i o Fish
Pond, Dandy
Box, Soldier
Outfits, Rap
id Fire Gunc,
Table Cro
quets, Tele
graph Uames,
ConductVr s
Game, Post
Office, School
Toy Vilages.
"Thru Life'"
Paper Dolls,
"Hook - Em,"
India, Circu3,
Down on the
? Farm, Nur
sery Days,
Three Bears,
U. S. Maps,
Little Design
er, Color Kit,
Magic Dots.
Of course, there are lots of gifts of which lovelier things might
be said, but the number of people who are willing to take a chance on
loveliness and poetry for the sake of good solid comfort on a cold night
are very few. Who wouldn't welcome an extra comfort and a pair of
blankets these cold nights?
Wool Blankets are $2.75 to $10.00.
Cotton Blankets are $1.00 to $ 4.00. '
Comforts are $1.00 to $10.00.
?Third Floor?
No matter how old and far out of the world's dust and confusion we are, not one of us can help but feel it.
It is in the air! To feel the urge is a sign that we are not as dead as sometimes we think we are.
No one can fairly say, "I am done with Christmas" until none are left of kindred and neighbors to be made
happier for a kindly thought.
Granting it to be true that there are ungrateful people in the world, it still remains possible for us to realize
on Christmas morning a feeling that will speak ou t within us, saying, "I certainly feel better myself if no
other does for having sent that Christmas token to that old relative or friend."
It will take not more than a half hour of time to select a Christmas Gift at Hartley's, for there never was a
Christmas time when it was so easy to find suitable things, and so many of them, or such a large variety to
choose from, as this season.
The store gets bigger in its knowledge of the world's productions, and in its courage to gather them for mu
tual advantage. ?=?
1,300 Yards of Christmas Silk
at 68c a yard
There are some wonderfully beautiful things
among them for people looking for especially likable
Christinas Gifts. These Silks were specially purchased
for this event and are fully $1 values. There are all col
ors?pliads, stripes, brocaded and floral designs.
Any woman can buy enough silk to make a dress for only $4.85.
This would be an acceptable ChrlotMas gift to one of your friends.
SALE IS NOW GOING ON FIRST FLOOR.
To-Morrow Morning a Sale of Dolls
The Call af Santa Claus
Is for all the grown-ups to bring alMheir children in today, and let sll
remaining Christmas matters be settled at once in the Tov Store. First
come the?
Famous Horsman
Character Dolls, 50c to $&
Horsman Dolls are American made, guaranteed unbreakable, and
children fall in love with them as soon as they see them. We've a full
line, of them?some in long dresses-some in short?some to be dresseo.
Toys I Toys /
Shoo Flys, 50c to $2.00. Trunks, 50c to $2.00.
Drums, 50c to $1.75.
Go-Carts, 50c to $3.50.
Black Boards, $1.00 Sleds, $1.25 to $3.50.
and $2.00.
Washing Machine, 50c,I
complete.
Modelit, new for bo>3.
$1.00 to $5.00.
White Toy Furniture,
25c to $5.00.
Blocks, 25c to $1.00.
Dominoes, 25c to $2.00
Cribbage Boards, 50c
to $1.00.
Modelines, 25c to $1.2b
?the great instuctive Toy for boys, $1.00 to $10.00
RfSfiCfiflnfi Set. A fun ant! complete line of parts in stock?
IvHVVwUBbV Fairmont Agsnts for this great instruction Toy.
^Pewter Soldiers, 25c to $1.00.
vjTubephones, 25c to $1.00.
Rubber Dolls and Animals that
whistle.'
Colored Bails, 25c and 50c.
Ive's Mechanical Trains, $1.00 to
$6.00.
Btrucktiron Outfits, $1 to $5.00
' Tin Sulkies, 25c.
Swibo Golf Outfits, $1.00
Humpty Dumpty Circuses, 5Co
to $3.50.
Schoenhut Pianos, 50c to $5.00.
Wagons, 25c to $9.00.
Wheelbarrows, 25c to 35c and 50c.
Carts, 25c and 50c.
White Enambeled Cradles, 50c.
Tool Chests, $2.25 to $4.00.
25c Games?All the New Popular Ones
Rumm, Back
gammon Ten
Pins, Little
Bowler, Trap
Shooting,
Magnetic
Fish Pond,
Lotto, Sharp
Shooters, T?d
dledy Winks,,
Table Cro
quet, Post
Office, Play
ing School,
Toy Village,
Paper Dolls,
Turn - Overs,
Bull in China '
Shop, India,
Peter Rabbit,
Maps, Little
Designer Col
or Kits, Mag
ic Dots, Toy
Telephones ,
Pistol & Bul
lets.
Popular 5Cc Games
ON The Third Floor With The Toys
The prettiest and daintiest Dressed Dolls you ever saw.
Dolls with light hair and light blue eyes and dolls with brown hair
and brown eyes and dolls?O ever to many, all dressed up in the latest
style dresses with plenty of real lace trimming and lace tunic3 over blue,
pink and other colored materials. Every doll Is jointed and every doll
can go to deep, too, and the price Is only 98c. Sale begins Friday morn
ing in the Toy Store, Third Floor.
Continuing the Sample Sale of
Art Linens
At a Third to a Half Under Price
At a Third to a Half Under
Price we bought an Import
er's Sample line of Linens
that are indeed works of art.
These goods are all perfect ,
and make one of the most ac
ceptable Christmas Gifts.
There are beautiful Piano
Scarfs, Table Covers, Dress
er Scarfs, Doilies?all very
lovely and priced from 6c up
to $22.50 a piece.
?Third Floor, Annex?
A Comfort or a Pair of Blankets
Don't Forget the Gift Furniture
Nothing lasts longer or gives more real satisfaction than an
Odd Piece or Suite of Furniture
(Fourth and Fifth Floors)
New Domestic Hugs Improve
The Gift Sec don
Recent shipments of Wilton and Body Brussels
Rugs of the finest weaves have enlarged the assort
ment of these practical Christmas Gifts. Beautiful
patterns, suitable for any room, including the good
Whittall Rugs, are $12.50 to $60.
Other suggestivs gifts in this department are Rag Rugs from
a small size at 80c. to a roomsizc at $15?Hassocks 75 to $1.35?couch
covers $1 to $10.?Porters $2.50 to $20 a pair Table covers In tapestry
and Bilk for round or square tables $1 to $7.50 and Carpet Cleaners up
to $25.
SPECIAL Saturday:?27x54 Axmlnster and Body Brussels Rugs
$1.25; $2.50 Axmlnster Rugs 27 x(i0 Inch for $1.85; $3.50 Axmlnster
Rugs 36x72 inches for, $2.75.
Books for Holiday Giving
The Little Christmas Store will help solve many of
your questions as to suitable gifts for frinds and rela
tives. All the newest Books are to be found here.
The Eyes of the World by Harold Bel! Wright, la one of the
most popular editions. Pricc$1.Go. The Harvester and a thousand
more Interesting books are here at 50c each. Visit the Little Christ
mas store and save time and wo-ry about what to give some dear
frlned. SECOND FLOOR
' Give a Pair of Felt Slippers
They are the most com
fortable things to wear while
one is dressing, or for tired
feet at the end of the day.
Mother, Father, Sister, Bro
ther?all will welcome a pair.
Prices are 50c to $3.00.
We have them in all colors
and styles for men, women and child
ren.?First Floor. Shoes?
The Best Wearing Silk Stockings
and the Hosiery Department is very busy just now
wtih Christmas buyers.
i McCaiium Silk Hose in all colors are $1.00 and $1.50?Fancy
Clockfnga, $2, $3 and $3.50. Onyx Silk Hose with Ponltex Heel are $1.00,
$1.50 and $2.00. Kaysers Italian Silk Hose in all newest shades at $1.50
FIRST FLOOR.
Give Her Gloves
and if they come from
Hartley's, you will know
that she appreciates them.
Kid Gloves in all colors,
start at $1 and go to $3.50,
and they are the best
Gloves on the market.
FIRST FLOOR.
m as well as In' aajaceiiL clues
and the event -will be one o? import-1
ance.
The Invitation reads.
Fairmont Lodge No. -94
Benevolent and ^Protective Order of
request the presence of yourself and
ladles
at the
New Year's Dance
to be given under their auspices
January 1. 181? ,,,
Masonic Temple Fairmont, .
Full Dress Optional.
Dancing and Cards Nine to One
Cadenza Orchestra
Patronesses: Mrs. M. L- Kutct ?
rnn Mrs. W. s. Haymomi, Mrs. J. a.
Mark Mrs. M. E. Asl.craft, Mrs.
Otorg'e DeBolt. Mrs A C. Martin Mrs.
sj- gtvsfs
fr Mrs F. Robertson,
I- leraing, Jr.. ? ? yimwn
Mrs. F. R. Lyon. Mrs. G. H. Brown
field, Mrs. Frank Haas.
PRICE-STEALEY.
Cards have been re?lvc<l herc an
nounclng tho marriage o'Mrs. Enimo
mrnlev of this city to Mr. Luthur J.
Price, of Charleston, which cvcnt ?
solemlzed Wednesday '" ^^"burg,
1 Rev L D. llowers. formcrls ot this city
i nfflclating. The ceremony was witness
and w?U come here nest Monday t.,
t?,V,Amne?;t-eni OMo'
S'.ieet', Charleston after Dec -6tU.
n, A. R. Meeting.
There will he a called meeting of
I ant business will be transacted.
andNMrsC?m
>^?0 weeks from yesterday. Tho^u^ts
: sen^Louis St?rcit HearmcElfrpsb Ken
Mr?JohnWFPeppeHraan?onJohn
%
day season.
TO DAUGHTER'S WEDDING.
nr O I. Woodley, of the st"t?
Nomal School, left 'ast "Ight tor his
on t" at" the1'man4ag'e of his daughter.
Miss Marian Woodley to Mr. Clarence
I?! Lee which event will be solen?zed
luninrday night at tho lioaie of the
jjaturaaj > . Announcement
jf the engagement of Miss Woodley
nr*f" Mr Leo was made sevoral month
aro Miss Woodley lias been the guest
of her father here on several occas
<nT,_ an4 Mr. Leo formerly was a
ember of tho Normal school faculty
I ere He is at present in New York
University Law school
MR1? SPRINGER WILL ENTERTAIN
Mrs. Carl Springer will entertain
the Geisha Girls on Friday at her
home on Guitcy Street.
Mrs. C. Snider will -return to night
from Pittsburg, where sho had spent
several days. She will ho accompani
ed by her daughter, Miss Virginia
Snider, who had spent tho early win
tci in Massllon. Ohio.
Levi B. Harr returned last night
from Pittsburgh, where ho had spent
^" ral days witi. his father, Mr. Jacob
Harr, at Mercy Hospital. ?,???.
Mrs C. C. Shepherd, and daughter,
lot Boston, Mass., arrived
ton today to visit the formers parents
Mr. and Mrs. T. S.'Hardesty. ,..
John Ptoctzer arrived home this
morning from the LawreucevlUe.IsJ.,
Arndemv. wliero no attends school
lie will spend the holidays with his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Stoetzer.
Mrs. E. J. Kincald, who had been
the guests of her daughter, Mrs. M.
L Sturm has returned to Morgantown
Austin Stealey has returned from
Tarkersburg, where he had spent sev
^Miss*Madge, daughter of Rev. J. B.
; Workman, formerly of this city, but
FLOWERS
VA iW MplS^T, -1
MAKE THE MOST OF THE NEXT
FEW DAYS
In buyirig a nice Christmas present for
the family.
Can you think of anything that
would be more entertaining in tho
home than a nico Piano or Victrola? 1
Our easy payment plan should en
able every one to consider the pur
chase of a musical instrument this
time.
Pianos $150 to $1,200.00
Victrolas from........$15.00 to $200.00
Let. us lit you out In tho way of a
nice Christmas gift.
Opp. New P. O. Monroe St.
Open Evenings.
C. A. HOUSE
Music Store
1 Monroe Street. Bell Phone 981 j
Open Evenlnga.
77/7/.
turned. Or It they have, beehiijjn
od tor distribution"to
purpbBe for which they
wo will pay for the distribution on
cclpt of bill, if it has bben propi
made.
The, West Virginiaa calenda^aiate;
latest made and have . thatBtrlk
picture. "A Honeymoon
the subject The calenilarB
identified by the 'ploturesgtoWB
printing. ?
givepractice
There is a lasting appreciatipj
gift that comforts the body dufff|
long cold Winter.
Give'Warm Furs
Sets $5.00 to $75'.0(f
Mufls $3.00
A Good, Warm Coat?
Every New Color and
Every Miss and Madam
$7,50, ifllMglMM
Fur Trimmed Suits
$15.00, $20.00,!
Worth Nearly
Have you seen the New
SATIN HATSil,
Red, Pink, Light Blue, wW
MILLINFRY
Fur Trimmed? $5.00,
OSGOOD'S
312 WSBm
?$?SSS(9i
more recently of Fairmont, will be the
during the holidays.?Wheeling News.
A LIBERAL REWARD.
A liberal reward will be paid for
the return of the two boxes of 1915
calendars of the West Virginian and
Farmers Free Press taken from the
room formerly vacated by the West
Virginian.
These calendars are of no value ex
cept to these papers and were perhaps
taken by thoughtless boys. No ques
tions will be asked if they are re
Onyx and Enameled Mount-;
ed Jewelry is all the rage;
See our selection with and]
without Diamonds.
REAL PEARL SET IN ONYX AND
SOLID GOLD COMPLETE WITH:
SOLID GOLD CHAIN $?0j
GENUINE ONYX LAVALIER8!
MOUNTED WITH REAL PEARSIsI
AND SOLID GOLD ??SMM
GENUINE DIAMOND IN SOLID
GOLD AND PNAMEL .itfSSo]
GENUINE DIAMOND IN ONYX
AND SOLID PLATINUM .. .. $30.00
The Palace,
JEWELRY STORE.
Fairmont/
Colonial Theatre
TONIGHT'S FEATURE
GRACE CUN ARD AND FRANCIS FORD
IM ' ' '<
"The Mysterious Rose**
IN
"MY LADY RAFFLES" SERIES ;?
TWO PARTS
%
FRIDAY'S FEATURE
"The Heiress and the Cro&B
TWO PARTS
SATURDAY'S FEATURE
"Human Hearts**
THREE PARTS
WITH KING BAGGOTAS'TOM MASON."
ALWAYS A FEATURE

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