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Sale Price OQr, !?!?*?-*? mainST..OPPOSITE COUkl nuuse IQr gggCfC FAIRMONT.W.VA. i?7l HERALD THE NEWS FAR AND WIDE OF THE fiiHTY EXPOSITION OF UNDERSELLING SUPREMACY $5.00 Values for $8.00 values for Starts Saturday, Dec. 18,1914 Drastic Reductions of Prices On the most desirable and dependable Cloth ing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishings, Etc., for Men, Women and Children. THE SALE EVENT OF 1914. OFFERS YOU INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIE S TO SAVE ACTUAL MONEY. COME! Sale Price on Ladies' and Misses' Long Coats, in sever al styles and designs, sizes up to 44; the biggest bargain in Fairmont. ? Sale Price on Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats, good I Wearing Garments that are v usually sold for $8.00. BiIPPODROME THURSDAY? FRIDAY?SATURDAY LAV ERNE AND GRIM THOSE REFINED MUSICAL ARTISTS MINISTREL BILLY CLARK POPULAR ELACK FACE COMEDIAN LATE OF AL G. FIELD'S MINISTRELS THE REGENT FOUR (SPECIAL FEATURE) HARMONY SiNING? PAR EXCELLENCE DIRECT FROM 4,5IG TIME" ENGAGEMENTS. THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY Every.Wednesday. ' The Perils of Pauline No. 16 cf Series, Friday, December 18, ^MATINEE Eveiy day at 3 p. m. T\Vo Shows at NIGHT?7:45-9:15 i MA NNINGTON NE WS - ?by? HARRY JONES, Special Correspondent. ^?;;News -items for public ation in the Mannington News Page cf the Weat Virginian should be given personally to Mr. Harry phones, special correspond ent, or mailed to him at Box 52, Man U'^nington, W. Va. Advert isements can be sent to Mr. Jones or fig^ot to the West Virgin (an, at Fairmont, the day before they ?,V" are to appear. : The West Virginian will be deliver- A TVlfillfin cd to any home In Mannington every &Tfllitl \X 1JLIACLTI sunday-for 45 C8nta News Dealers : ' ' st 'ELKS GIVE BIG DANCE. ! tic tor the occasion was the very best MANNINGTON^ Dec. 17.?The Ya- j being furnished by the Wright's Saxa f/Sama dance given by the Elks! phone Orchestra of Columbus, Ohio. SijJUuJt; night was a great success.! The (lancers '.vcreall Eilcs and al ' " ? - -*? " ? though the number was small, the evening was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. A luncheon was set at twelve o'clock and was one tlio ile iis-dance marks the close of a se Bjijfiofi lessons in modern dances, ffch twere given the Elks, by Prof, rilay 'Nottl of Parkersburg. The mu CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Oneida BODY BRUSSELS RUGS 9x12 "Room Size" $29.00 27x54 Inches $2.25 30 Patterns To Select From C. W. BUSBY CO., Mannington, W. Va. S w If Real Cut Glass at Cut Rate Prices. Large and elegant asortment of highest grade Cut Glass, exquisite designs, many entirely new - this season. Factory consignment with no middleman's profits, enables us to make you surprisingly low prices on this class of ware. Every piece of Cut Glass we show is as near . perfection as skilled labor eki make it, being cut ?from finest lead glass blanks, then Wood Polished, which gives that desired lustre only seen on highes .'grade goods.. |i We here submit a few prices for comparison: ; Five- Handled Olive Trays $1;50 pj, Six-inch Spoon Trays ? 1.75 Kg Seven and one-half inch Spoon Trays 2.00 Two-piece Sugar and Cream Sets .. 3.50 Eleven and one-half in. Celery Trays 3.50 Bear in mind, these goods are not to be com ''; pared with the cheap trashy, so-called'Cut Glass which is only polished pressed glass. MAKE YOUR DOLLAR get you a DOLLAR value Largest Stock of Medium Priced Toys at Money Saving Prices. STORE OPEN EVENINGS. JficCRA Y'S TOY STORE, | Ughtful happenings of the evening. j Genuine meerschaum and Frcncii j briar pipes and smokers' articles. SMITH & MILLAN. ; ESKIMO DOGS AT IDLS HOUR THEATRE. Miss Estelea Mason, who is travol | lug around the world with a troupe | of Eskimo Dogfe, gave a very inter ' ''sting talk to Mannington people jal the Idle Iloure Theatre last night, j Miss Mason related her travels over j 2l>,000 miles of ' European countries, and they were exceedingly educational | ar.d enjoyable. Holly boxes, all sizes; white fibre and tissue wrapping paper, Xuias seals, tags and postcards. SMITH & MILLAN. | Miss Bertha Cozail IS home to visit relatives during the Xmas holidays. Mr. C. E. Wells, of Clovers Gap, Is a business visitor hero today. Prof. Finlay Nott, of Porkcrsburg, *vas hereto attend the Elks dance. 1 C. J. Waterhouse, of Washington, Pa., was a business yisitor here yes terday. The holiday vacation at the public ! schools will begin1 Friday. Dec. 18th, nnd will continue until Jan. 2d. C. 0. Prlgg, of Wheeling, was in Mannington yesterday on business. Roy Glover, of Glovers' Gap, was a visitor here today. Miss Gypay Wagner, of Fairmont, returned last night after a short visit with lier parents on Main Street. W. M. Horker. of Buckhaunon, was in this city yesterday. Largest assortment of high grade chocolates ever received In Manning ton. In bulk and Xmas packages. SMITH & MILLAN. Fine correspondence stationery in Xmas boxes. SMITH & MILLAN. Books and games, Bibles and Testa ments. SMITH & MILLAN. Mrs. Thomas Berry and daughter, Mrs. Harry Shaw, left today for Cul pepper, Va., to visit the former's son, Andrew Berry and family. [ SS. BRIEFS Thermometers Four Below. ! Tlie government therm omter re corded 4 degrees below zero for the minimum temperature last night. Yes terday the thermometer recorded 12 j degrees below and Monday morning I 3 degrees below. j To Philadelphia. Prof. 0. L. Woodley, president ofj | the Normal school, has gone to Phil-j adelphia, to consult-the architect, Mr. | Davis, in regard to the new buildings | to be ereclcd-for the Normal school iu this city. Accompanied Remains. Undertaker Fred Jenkins accom | panied the remains of S. E. McFall, I the fireman who was killed at Bar I rackville yesterday, to Thomas, Pa., where interment will be made. Man Buried. Funeral eervices were held over the remains of Archie Smith, the colored man who died Tuesday."' Interment was made in the New cemetery. - ji Slightly Improved. Information comes from Hunting ton that Rev. G. W. Bent, who has been seriously ill with blood poison ing in that city for several weeks, is slightly improved at this time and some hope is held out by physicians for his recovery. Bible Class Meeting. The Maple avenue Bible Study Class will meet as usual at the Miller school building this evening at 7:30. There will be a comfortable room assured to all those who will attend. Great interest has been manifested by those attending, but a larger at tendance is desired. Tho method of study used in this class is rather unique and has proved most profitable to those taking part. , Bring your Bible and a Tabernacle song book. The lesson for this even Christmas Specials We are offerlnH a fine Player Piano for $265.00, including Bench and 2 Dozen Rolls. This player has not been out quite one year, and was add for $550.0C. It looks and plays like new. Come In, See and H$ar it. We are offering used upright pianos, in good condition, as low as $65.00. Our Stock of new pianos and players, are complete, We have the largest Stock of fine instruments that we have ever before been able to.offer. Come In and see them, you can buy them at the right price and our terms are liberal. Open evenings. We also have a large stock of Player Rolls, are the latest selections?we are glad to play for you. TieellngSwlib la in-rthe clly. on" buslne?i. la one of the largest! holders of Marconi wire-, ?leSa stock and a booster for the com pany. The wopders of fee ^ ?,8' both ' In financial clrclea and In its i life saving feats read like a aream. but It Is indeed a big business reality. There are now 1* subsidiary com DJles in tbo world and all nations i pay^ tribute to the Marconl Company. The Marconi Company controls 7,7 . patents and haB over 8,000 stations In ooeratlon. Wireless telegraphy has been the means of saving more lives at sea than all other InvenUons com blned. Attend Service!. The cltv officials and employes of the city hall have announced that they 5u in a body the cvangellatlc levees at the Presbyterian church t0S^rWBowennn.f'arranglng the plans nrrt all the Commissioners, eraploje and p?t of the policemen and firemen ?1ll be on hand for the occasion. much TROUBLE FROM FROZEN much t ?"uter p,peS. With the cold free2'nB "eather of lh'? |laentf irueptSbusy answering calls rartment Iskept nu y account ot to shut off the ware ber o? thc bursted pipes. A,ar|?enpiumbed for houses Oi the city ar y water without a cut ^ frorvin ^ tho ?akinuBt t off at the street when pipe bursting oc many called the city ?\%?em;.ater has as they tliinktha. bulll]|0g wlien been shut off ?? ipe3 KQDTHFUL SINGER OtLIOHTS WJOIEHGES 1N"THE QUAKER GIRL" Miss Katlierlne Murray "V? '^^r^Girl at tlic ^l^on th0" auf ss fiom Georgetown 1)cr triends and who "umbers among ner in Pittsburg many <at the B r graduated from that instil mo Miss Murray gives a aami^ ^ modest nm\ *3 the posses-: dances delight!!?nnn voice of mucli j sor of a Pure?oPrano voice Mm ^ uaui^r for so young a girl to awulroj Zl lseatoPS |uch0an important perfect performan d contract Miss Murray has ^igtted a ^od Qf with John P. Slocum 10 jg ? stlpula !'V0 y^mt she Is to sing the leading Hon that she 1 _ro(iuctions made role in any and all proou er_ liy that manager.?PittsDurbu SMITH & MILLAN 12 Railroad 531 Opposite B. & O. Station MANNINGTON;,W|? CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PL? We have a fine stock of Cut Flowers arid Pott< Plants. Kindly place your Christmas orderseayl; and thus enable us to give you best service po^bl A. L. P ARRIS H Manningrton, Leahy Building 1ND NEWSIEST NEWS'S SMITH & Mil 12 Railroad St., Opp.* B. & 0. Stai PROMPT DELIVERY. NEWSPAPERS?All of the leading Dai day Pittsburgh, Wheeling, Cincinnati, New York, Philadelphia, Clarksburg mont Papers on sale. See Polly and in the Clarksburg Sunday Telegram. MAGAZINES?All the best and latest receiyi Athletic Goods GUNS and Ammunition BICYCLES and Supplies MOTORCYCLE Supplies KODAKS, CAMERAS and i ? STATIONERY ?Fine Assortment. BOOKS and GAMES. CIGARS and TOBACCO?Best Brands. CHOCOLATE CANDY?Best Made, fine i Motorcycles For 191S HARLE Y-DAVIDSON and EXCELSIOR. Christmas Goods We handle EVERYTHING in our line in ; ance for all, and if not in stock, we < it on short notice. SMITH & MILLAN WE are Open Evenings. H. E. & F. E, F U R B E E. Xmas Goods on Pleasing Gifts For Men and Boys XMAS NECKTIES for Men and Boys 25c to $1.50. SMOKING JACKETS for Men who use the weed. COMFY SLIPPERS assorted colors $1.00 to $2.50. Men's Bath Robes assorted colors $5.00 to $8.50. MANICURE and TOILET SETS all prices. BRADLEY MUFFLERS -1 all colors 50c, 75c, $1.00. INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS all letters ill 15c-25c each. COLLAR BAGS Leather and Plush $1.00 to $2.50. Men and Boys' MACKINAWS $3.00 to $10.00. Our line of Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Balmacaans ai complete and worthy of your consideration for practic I - ' ' tWSgg gift giving.