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j I HARTLEY'S Puittihg ifwt (fflj iimr IIN \H y t/ Dining R In no other furniture sale ues. This applies particul of which there is such a go Can you picture this beau mahogany with a 60-ii china closet with mirr 64 inch extension tabl chairs and one arm c furniture more beauti February price $203.6 Or this beautiful Adams I in details the same a $175.00. February price ! Or a 9-piece Oak suite des Regularly $125.00. Fi Or a 10-piece Oak suite of ularly $175.00. Febru | And there are other fine Oak and Jacobean fin Bras \ -We are in position to set & money than these same be day. Since we bought them kind has advanced tremei not risen, but instead, ha February reductions, whi the mere figures tell. For instance, you can buy inch posts and top rods, 1 unbreakable rail connecti only $14.75. vv $22.50 Brass Bed . .$17.50 $25.00 Brass Bed .. $18.90 '0 $32.50 Brass Bed .. $26.00 ;> $37.50 Brass Bed . .$30.00 & $45.00 Brass Bed . .$37.50 $60.00 Brass Bed $50.75 i r\n a i cr\n 1 To Observe Day of Prayer. ( Woman's Home and Foreign anary Society of the First Bapturch will observe a day of prayer lursday of this week. The ser-. which will be held at the church 1 )e at the foilowin/ hours: 10 j k with Mrs. T. L. Henderson as i r; 11 o'clock with Mrs. F. C. I leader; 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Vangiider leader; and 3:30; k with Mrs. E. N. Eddy as lead-' imong others who will have part e program are Mrs. W. J. Eddy. Rebecca Fordyce, Mrs. J. S. Loirs, Mrs. G. O. Henry, Mrs. A. H. iVMra. TuBca Morris and Miss Current Events In Music, i Current Events tn Music was the topic for study at the regular meeting of the Art and Literature department THE WE Women's Warm Coafe Down 1 Fa I loom Suites have wc offered such good valarly to the dining room suites, iod collection. tiful Queen Ann suite of solid ich buffet, mirror back; a large or back and plate glass shelves e (8 feet extended); 5 straight hair. We do not know of any ifully made. Regularly $232.50. 15. 'eriod suite of solid mahogany ,s the above suite. Regularly $151.00. signed from Charles II Period, ebruary price $85.00. William and Mary period. Regiary price $143.50. suites in Golden Oak, Fumed ishes at similar reductions. ,s Beds 1 you good brass beds for less ds can be manufactured for to six months ago, metal of every idously. Now our prices have ,ve come down to our regular ch mean greater savings than here a good brass bed with 20 one-inch fillers, ball corners, ons and guaranteed finish for \ | $ 5.50 Steel Bed. . .$ 4.35 1 $ 7.50 Steel Bed ..$ 6.15 i $10.00 Steel Bed 7.95 i $12.50 Steel'Beds ...$10.65 i $15.00 Steel Beds .. $12.20 $18.00 Steel Beds . .$13.95 n w [AL EVENTS j ? D ? gi afternoon In tho club apartments in F the Watson hotel. Mrs. George DeBolt a| presided at tho meeting and tho fol- a] lowing took part on the program: yl Mrs. Oliver Wood, Mrs. Amy Rogers tt Rice, Miss Hazel Bock, Miss Naomi Straight and Miss Helen Stevenson. Gave Dance. Miss Susan Arnett was hostess at an attractively appointed dance and ni card party last evening at the Country di club honoring two recent brides and A grooms, Mr. and Mrs. John Magruder e' Wolfe, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Amos, tl Vincent's orchestra renderod a pro- E gram of excellent dance music and dur- cl lilg an Intermission refreshments were n served. Several tabels were also oc- B cupled by card players. d The event was one of the most at- L tractlvely appointed of the season'* d< entertainment . Among ' the ghesta li ST VIRGINIAN?FAIRMO > and Suits Reduced In Blacli zts of SL Begimi It is a sale with a grcatei It is a sale of all improv< It is a sale in which this found elsewhere in whic speaking, lower. It is a than any other sale held It is a sale that includes tion of certain patented The price reductions on reductions from the bed] month out, and at whicl And besides these large brought in a great quan this are one fourth to o The reason for these low the superior qualities?i: country buy most of the larger orders to the ma houses. It is the magnitude of tl advantages. There is just now a grea American walnut furniti and finest qualities, at e( But just as we have incr lasting goods, we have a and birch and white ena The good reputation of 1 up in the sale of a $10 gc suite. Some Peopl< Hartl It is only in February while the greater furr on?that we can sell tl at the low special pric< and which prices ha\ possible by a special last June when felt c( keted at 12c a pound price of this same cot to 21c a pound. We not only save you duction on the old pric fiflvincrin ouow irtcfo-n, UH > j-ll V ? Vi J 1UUI.UU We can now sell you a covered with good art half again as much if The famous Seally Ma $23.50. The good "Ostermoor largely by hotels, regi Stern Foster Mai AA Mnft*VAC5C<A(1 ffwo.vv iuavu ccoco $16.50 Mattresses ... $15.00 Mattresses ere Miss Laura Neal, ot Parkersburg,. J ie guest ot Mrs. Edwin Watson, and I t . M. Wellener. ot Baltimore, the j lest of his daughter, Mrs. Nelson ( eale. John Newson, John Kobleird and Lee Horner, ot Clarksburg, em John ot Morgantown, Messrs. t rank Proudfoot. King. Mose Darst " id Billy Wood. William Woodyard, ! 1 students at the West Virginia Uni- : errslty. About 150 guests were enter- J lined. ! ? ? 1 Marriage Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Vanderrort, of Tnsfnn wnl 1 lrnnnti In M.l? l.?-~ ..... n.iwm? Alt VIIIO Vlk,> , uatD inounced the marriage or their lUghter, Lottie Vandervort, to Dr. I . F. Lawson, of Baltimore, which f rent was solemnized on Saturday at I le home of the bride's parents. Rev. i arie Brooks, of the Presbyterian 1 lurch. Weston, officiated at the cere- i iony. Dr. and Mrs. Lawson left for- l altlmore where the former is a real- 1 snt physician at Mercy hospital. Dr. 1 awson's parents were former resl- i ents of Lewis county. Mrs. Lawson i i srxeiatives of the Misses Allte and 1 ' NT, TUESDAY EVENINC HARTLEY'S ~ i amid ^ ta /n n n Most In! ning Tom< variety of furniture. ;d furniture. better kind of furnit.ire is h no improvements h ve be< sale that brings more actua here. the entire Hartley furnitui bookcases. the stock go from 10 t-j 40 p< rock prices that our 1 urnitc 1 prices our good regu:ar fu: stocks occupying two entire tity of fine new furniture, ai ne third less than standard er prices?and it is at the Si 5 that the people of F iirmoi ir furniture at Hartley's, ar nufacturcrs than any other le February furniture busin t and increasing demmd foi ure, and we have a most abu :onomies we have never knoi eased our supplies of these fi lso made ample provision in mel and other low priced fu this February Furniture Sa ilden oak chiffonier as in the 2 Wait Half a Y ey Twice-a-Year of Mattresses and August? liture sales are lese mattresses js marked now, re been made large purchase Jsjfc )tton was mar- ,'I^TO Today the wi?l not. ton has leaped the advance in cost of mat* es of eight months ago whicl ce. 50-pound Felted Matt ess w i _ 1 . /? |1?P? A ? t 1 ucKing ior$v.yo, wnii-n woi bought under present marh ittresses, regularly $27.50, c; " 50-pound mattress, with ilarly priced $23.00, now ma Ltrcsscs Combin $18.50 $8.50 Mattri $13.50 $6.50 Mattri $12.75 $4.75 Mattri (Fifth Floor) rennle Fleming and has frequently isitcd here. ? Choral Recital Resumes Meetings Tonight. A meeting of the F&lrmonl Choral Society will be held tonight at 7:30 >'clock at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium o which all members are urg J to atend. The meeting is the first to be teld since early in December and relearsal will be begun at once on Haydn's "Creation" which will be preicnted by the society in the spring. ? y _ * Presbyterian Praise Service. Miss Hilda Maelstrom, formerly of bis city, but who bad spent the past leveral years in Korea, will address die annual Praise Service of the Wonen's Missionary society of tbe Presjyterlan church on Thursday a llernoon it 2:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. audiorium. Owing to tbe fact that Miss Maelstrom is so well and f .vorably mown here and also to the fact that she is regarded as one of the most suc:essful missionaries in the service of die Presbyterian Mission Board, she ; .S. X ./ V \ Special Clearance of Men's ftrite the /?i .elpM 5s OffTOW priced as low as kinds ;n made; comparatively I furniture economies re stock with the excep:r cent. These are actual ire bears month in and rniture business is done. 1 ! floors, we have just T. ad the prices on some of ^ it} ime time the reason for th at and the surrounding cr id so enables us to give Ai house or any other two nu Pi ess that makes the great 1 solid mahne-anv nnrt ' o J ? ndant supply of the first vn in such woods before ? O-l ner and better and more the way of golden oak, irniture. 4. le is just as much bound sale of a $600 bedroom 3-1 ear for This 3 Sale w ?? iu?iy ??* * a I tro rao a ;rial but also give re- p?J i means a good double et $42 $37 $32 ith roll edge, full size, $27 $2e aid sell for more than :et conditions. in be had here for $4! $37 $3S Imperial edge, used $27 irked at $15.75. , 1 ation Mattresses 1 me isses $6.95 "c jsses $5.50 5sses $3.95 $37 $42 L | *47 will be greeted with a large audience. All those Interested are Invited to be present on this occasion. Miss Haelstrom will arrive here tomorrow ami will be the guest tor a few days of Mrs. J. Frank Ritchie. She will also visit other friends while here. Twenty Lectures for Coming Farm School Post card invitations to the Agricultural Extension School at Farmlngton have been sent to the fanners or Marion county by County Agent H. L. Smith. The school will be held in the basement of tie Presbyterian church and Instructors from West Virginia University will be present to give practical and scientific instruction in 1 soils, crops, poultry an danimal husbandry Twenty lectures and demonstrations will be given. Those who attend will not be required to study lessons oj; recite them. The meeting is I to Be February 13-16 Inclusive and the membership fee le fifty cents except1c :$8st& .JasS-iiafei and Boys'Overcoats ] a a n i Sample J? IB1 Bedroom \s Fine as they Can lis is one of the greatest feat Furniture. Bedroom suites r marked at prices that one e commonplace kind of gooi aftsmen, they come in the in and Colonial periods; in I it, Ivory Enamel, Birds Eye ] ices are lowered more than i For Inst Piece Mahogany Suit?bed, d sing table, in Colonial Po Qoln fCQQ "t tjaic j^x i'4/Ot. J? Piece Solid Mahogany Suitdrawers, massive piece in regular $150. Sale price, Piece Mahogany Suit?bed d drawers, Adams period, r< $109.50. Piece Ivory Enamel Suit of t regular $55.00. Sale price Piece Ivory Enamel Suit, har and dignified in design; $63.00. Piece American Walnut Suit iod?dresser, bed, dressing dressing table, bench and i price $87.50. lere are other suites of Amei in Walnut, Enamel and Bir riod styles, and a number oJ ' at 20 to 40 per cent reductii Kitchen Cabinets ["he "Seller's Kitchoneccl," we here, is the best kitchen cabinet tile markot. it is a Step saver, food saver, a time-saver and a uhle-Baver generally. It is a use-proof and sanitary. It has sliding top. lowering flour bin. celain lining and all the other tveniences that any other cabinhas. and utore. 1.50 Seller's Kitcheneed .. $36.25 '.50 Seller's Kitcheneed .. $32.00 1.50 Seller's Kitcheneed .. $27.00 '.50 Green Castle Cabinet $2t.OO i.00 Green Castle Cabinet $19.00 Odd Buffets >.00 Buffet $48.50 >.00 Buffet $46.50 S.00 Buffet $38.50 '.50 Buffet $29.75 !.50 Buffet $27.00 '.50 Buffet $23.00 (FIFTH FLOOR.) Short Bed Davenports lucfold stylo with latest improventB, good and substantial? !.50 Davenport $27.50 1.00 Davenport $33.00 Long Bed Davenports i.OO Davenport $27-50 '.50 Davenport $29.75 i.OO Davenport $36.50 '.50 Davenport $41.75 for members ot the County Agricultural Association who will be admitted free ot charge upon presentation of their association tickets. DANCE AT MASONIC TEMPLE. Invitations are out tor a dance to be given in the Masonic Temole Fridav evening next under the direction of MRS. J. LIN: Specii Scalp Treatment Viole Vibrator Scientific Fa ?24 Fatrmi ... " = HARTLEY'S I ! 1 TT f _TI _ , rasrae Suites I Possibly be Made ;urcs in the February Sale of highest standard qualordinarily has to pay for ds. Designed by master Adam, Sheraton, Queen dahogany, American WalVlaple and Quartered Oak. ever before. ance resser chiffonier and dresster Period, regular $120 -bed, dresser and chest of Colonial Poster Period, t $124.50. iresser, stand and chest of jgular $125.50. Sale price ; )ed, dresser and chiffonier, , i $44.80. id decorated and beautiful regular $71.00. Sale price of William and Mary Perg table, chest of drawers, ocker; regular $113. Sale ican Walnut, Oak, Circas- } ds Eye Maple in the best f odd pieces?all of which ans. ||j^H Base Cabinets of dependabla, It qualities with 2 large bins, 2 draw-1 ers and sliding chopping board aa low as $6.90 during February Sale. I (Fifth Floor.) Direct Action Gas Ranges $87.50 Gas Range $79.50 $70.00 Gas Range $62-50 | $47.50 Gas Range $42.78 t $42?0 Gas Range $37.50 Cinderella Gas Ranges $37.50 Range $31.76 $32.50 Range $27.00 $18.50 Range $16.25 $16.50 Range $13.00 February Prices Hall Raekb at. 20 per cent less. Alt chairs ami rockers at 15 to 40 per cent less. - 9 All bed springs about one fourth reduction. (Fifth Floor.) ' II ???????^? M. J. von Preisslg of Morgantown. Preisslg'a eight piece orchestra o< that place has been engaged. M. J. von I'relssig who has been dandnt? master in some of the larger dancing* | schools of Washington, New YorkDonever and Colorado assisted bjj Miss Ruth Margaret Houghton wilt give an exhibition of fancy dances.