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mifMlliLION DOLLAR.MVSTEBY Every Wednesday." .
ijeJPerlls.of Pauline No. 16 of 8erle?, Friday, December 18.
*':"E Every day at 3 p. a. Two Shows at NIGHT?7 :45-9 :15.
? ?.
tRY JONES, Special Correspondent.
^Ncw8 items for public atlon in the Mannington News Page of
yWe West Virginian should be given personally to Mr. Harry
Kiones, special correspondent, or mailed to him at Box 52, Man
, nlngton, W. Va. Advertisements can be sent to Mr. Jones or
^direct to the West Virginian, at Fairmont, thre day before they
"re'to appear.
West Vjrglnian wlll-be-dellver- Smith Sr Mil/fin
?nyj home'In Mannington every U""H* ** VilltU.ll
News Dealers
jwnyl ,pwp??j??? .
fenihg, except Sunday, for 45 cents
?low .temperature of the last tew
[{baS; caused much damage to wa
e" and the plumbers are be
popular. At Mannington the
temperature was recorded
_.8ay'rilght, -when the government
Srdfrig[. thermometer registered l'J
rees below zero.
Mf,Taylor left yesterday to return
P?fp'Sf S..Kansas at Philadelphia.
ayjMead has returned from Wasn
on, D. C., where she is attending
Bool, to spend the Xmas vacation
with her parents.
The literary societies of the High
school held a joint meeting in the
auditorium tills afternoon. A very in
teresting program was given. It is u
custom for these societies to hold a
joint meeting each year before the
Xmas holidays.
Rev. Birch, at the Presbyterian
church, did not givo Ills usiial after
noon sermon In order lo allow every
one to attend the literary society tills
Saturday Special
English Walnuts and Mixed Nats
25c a pound
See Oar Display of Fine Xmas Candies
Tricketfs Grocery
" 430 Main St., Opp. 2nd Ward School. Cons. 245-L.
3W- tSKt-TrtV.
Reed Cut Glass at Cut Rate Prices.
Large and elegant asortment of highest grade
Ilufef Glass, exquisite designs, many entirely new
his season.
Factory consignment with no middleman's
|^ofits, 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 can make it, being cut
fi:oih finest lead glass blanks, then Wood Polished,
'Irhich-gives that desired lustre only seen on highes
We here submit a few prices for comparison:
rv;? ifjiye-Handled Olive Trays $1.50
Six-inch Spoon Trays 1.75
Seven and one-half inch Spoon Trays 2,00
r.' Two-piece Sugar and Cream Sets .. 3.50
Sleven and one-half in. Celery Trays 3.50
Bear in mind, these goods atk not to be com
pared with the cheap trashy, so-called Cut Glass
l^which is only polished pressed glass.
ifAKE- YOUR DOLLAR get you a DOLLAR value
iiargest Stock of Medium Priced Toys at Money Saving Prices.. .
Mrs. C. C. Sheppard and daughter,
of . Boston, Mass/, are visiting her
moth'&V Mrs. T. 'S. Hardest]?, on How
ard street
C. J.McCue will leave tonight to'
spend Xmas In Pittsburgh.
. 1 1
A. B. Jollllfe, of this' city, suffered
the unfortunate loss of a valuable dia- j
mond set. The set was lost opt of a
ring which Mr.' Jolifte. wore, and was
prized very highly as a gilt.
All Seats Reserved
Fay Hartley, of Fairmont, was a
business visitor here yesterday.
S'he Misses Maud and Mabel Mor
gan. who are at Wesleyan College,
are expccted home soon to spend their
Xmas vacation.
Registered at the Bartlett Thursday,
i December 17, 1914: C. C. Showalter,
I Parkersburg; Andrew Jackson, Par
kersburg; W. L. Nicklas, Morgan
town; L. 13. Stoudman, Roaring
Springs, Pa.; G. E. Borgman, Morgan
town; John A. Ford,- Columbus, O.;
A. J. Solomon, Columbus, O..; F. F.
Hull, Crooksville, O.; Geo. Epstein.
Parkersburg; W. S. Gautscb, Pitts
Last night at the Presbyterian
church Rev. Birch preached on "The
Acid Test of Friendship." A largo
crowd enjoyed the sermon. Tonight
Rev. Birch will" speak on the subject
of "Fixing One's Own DestinyV'
O. N. Kocn was a business visitor
In Wheeling yesterday.
Messrs. E. It. Talent, Orvllle G. Hen
ncy and Roy C. Conover, teachers at
tlie High school, left today to spend
the holidays ut their respective homos.
Tomorrow afternoon at Hough's
Park tbo strong United soccer team
of Mannlngton will meet the strong
team from Moundsville. Doth teams
have been undefeated this season and
a fast game is expectcd.
Rev. Wm. J. Stith, of the Daptist
church of Jlannington, has resigned
hio pastorate. Rev. Stith tendered his
1 resignation to the church on Wednes
A. J. Gaskill, of Pittsburgh, Is a vis
itor In Manuington for a few days.
i. Bee. 21,
Mon., Tues., and Wed.
The Powerful Drama
Prleco for the Masses
Neckties, 25c to $2.00
Shirts, SOc to $2.50
Silk Shirts, $3 to $4
Suspenders, 25c to $1
Dress Gloves, $1 to $3
Work Gloves, 5c to
Fur Gloves, $2.50 to $8
Fur Caps, $2 to $8.501
Boxed Novelties of all kinds for Men and Boys.
Leopold's Special Shoes, $4.00 and $4.50?Save SOc on a Pair.
Open Evenings Until Xma?.
"Variety Is The Spice of Life
There's lots of spice as well as variety in the new Winter Togs we are
showing from the famous shops of Hart Schaffner & Marx and Cloth
craft. Come'In and let us slip you into 'one of these Suits or Overcoats
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00,.$22.50, $25.00, $30.00.
If you are looking for tlie place that your money will buy the very
most in clothing, satisfaction and real worth while value?
"STOP!-You Have Found The Spot"
Let us suggest a few useful as well as appropriate Christmas Gifts
that any Man or Boy would be proud to receive?
Bath Robes, $5 to $9
House Coats, $5 to $10'
Sweater Coats, $1 to
Waist Coats, $1 to $5
Rain Coats, $5 to $15
Pajamas, $1 to $2.50
Silk Pajamas, $4 to $5
Interwoven Hose, 25c
to 50c
Collar Bags, 50c to $3
Traveling Bags, $3.75
to $12.50
Trunks, $6 to $15
Umbrellas, $1 to $5
A Gift that will
be doubly
If some wife, sweet
heart or sister is going to
receive a watch from you
this Christmas, why not
Make It a Gruen Wristlet
In addition to being the
timekeeper she has want
ed and needed for so long,
Its convenience and beau
tiful appearance on the
arm will appeal to her In
And, too, its dependable
ness as a timekeeper will
be a constant source of .
satisfaction. The fact that
It Is made by the makers
of the famous Gruen Ve
rithln Watch Is your guar
antee of real timekeeper
qualities In a Gruen Wrist
let Watch. 1
Come In and ask to see
this- watch. The prices
range from $5.00 to $50.00
I0S Main St.
Fairmont, W. Va.
Hay man GreenKpuse'
Wats:oiv lioit i , E>t ci^^";^otli P)fond
ii(;, F'Ai Ft M
ilny evening, December 9, to take ef
fect in one montli. For a number of
years before coming to Mannlngton
Rev. Stitli followed evangelistic work
and It Is thought that lie will con
tinue this work after leaving Manning
ton. During Ills short pastorate here
Itcv. and Mrs. Stlth have mado a great
many friends, who wish tliem much
success in their new Held.
Harry J. Matthews was a business
visitor in Fairmont yesterday.
Russell. Logan Furbee, who is at
tending school at Morgantown, will
he at home Wednesday to spend
It Is understood that the Buckhan
i:nri and Northern Railroad Compai-x
will in the next few days award the
contract for the building of their new
freight station near Forry Street in
the first ward. It is likely that Just
us soon as the weather conditions
open up in the early spring tlmt worn,
upon this structure wilt be started.
The public schools and the Normal
school closed today for the Christmas
holidays and will not reconvone until
Hie Monday following New Year's day.
Exercises were.held in several of the
buildings though no special observance
of the holiday season, was held.
Appearance Means Something
In the few remaining days until!
Christmas Morning?you -had better
let us assist you in the selection of
things that all men need and aj|p|||
ciate. ;v ??
Suits, Overcoats, Balmacaans, Hats, Shirts,
Ties, Shoes, Combination Sets, Traveling ;'Bf|?i
Suit Cases, Underwear Bath Robes, and Gl61||
in Christmas Boxes
Indications are to the effect that
turkeys will bo plcntigul for Christ
fa hard on shoes. See that they are
in good repair before you attempt this
winter 3port. !t not only insures more
grace in skating, but is sure to save
you from a bad cold, and the doctor's
bill which follows. Whether you skate
or not you want to be insured aglnst
this discomfort.
Are we right?
The Electric Shop
218 Madison Street
5 o'clock when her dress ca<
from an open stove near wj
was playing. The Uttl&jj/k
frightfully burned fromituraa
her head, her face, body,?*
neck and back being terribjjSi
Dr. H. C. Powell :wtt^finnjec
moned and dressed heftwooi
a late hour last evening,^?!
ed that the chances^t^Kp
survive her burnSiWe^^fflgSS
ever, she did not InhaleKtHe
and this fact alone mavlsavad
mas and that the prices will bo mater
ially lowered from those of the Thanks
giving season. The birds are report
fid to bo plentiful and local dealors
have in their orders for the holidays
at this time.
MORGANTOWN?Mary Rosko, the
six-yearoid daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Rosko. of Fifth street. Fourlli
ward, this city, was perhaps fatally
burned at her home laBt. evening about
Colonial Theatre
Human Hearts"
Bucklei, Slide*rahd,
? 'w
BOe, $1.00, $2.50 pair
SllpperTreea, Wool
3ole*, 8atIn'j8ol^^K
Those really Distinc
tive Evening slip
pers wll!-. make the
gift DE LUXE.
$3.00, $4,00, $5.00
while^ dressing ?<
for tired feet at_ the 'end of
She day ? nothing "can cemV
pate ' with ourgcnuinQ
f ^ Daniel Greco
Felt Slippers
ink, Champagnes and Red Boudoir Sllppei
dlack, Blue,

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