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| CLEj If I SALE OF WHITE L I Tuesday | I January 22nd j REMN Si?kc !>.-* k |j bits " ^ Em] Appropriate for dress II and trimmings. I A Sale of for Men, Woi \IM H It will be well for pru< K tempted to make purchas r.il they have tried Hartl< fully selected, well made, ed to give good service, sincere purpose?to give H, clean up our stocks. B,.. 100 Pairs Men's Shoes . B< Broken lots formerly Hi 100 Pairs Women's Fane; H j This lot includes som Hi merly sold at from $7.50 100 Pairs Women's Plain Formefly sold at $6.1 Hi 250 Pairs Women's Shoe* I Broken lots and som || j that formerly sold at froi [:t Small Lot Misses Shoes Formerly sold at $2.; Small Lot Boys* Shoes a K Formerly sold at $3.< | | Clearance \ Corsets * .y American Lady. Nemo. Lyra and Gassara ?our regular makes. * Some are salesmen's m samples, other discontinued fabrics Prices are 98c. $1.98. $2.48, $3.48, $4.43, 4.98 and $5.98. Cossard Corsets I in Discontinued a Fabrics n -? ' [jf Values are offered ;y-. ; that would astonish you U even under ordinary market conditions. In face, the very impossi- I ft v bility of securing fur? 1 ?V tber supplies of certain high grade materials has served to create ill J this unlooTced for opportunity. SCy] w ?Main Floor. _____ sn 523S5S3SSSSSSSS5SSSISSZSSSSISSSSSS | j LOCAL SOCi L jf To Entertain Club. t ' Mrs. Sim Bright will entertain the | \ Betsy Roso club of the Ladies of the 5. A. R. tonight at her home at Bel1 w Sun station. X .*. Committee Announced. Mrs. L. if. Yost, chairman of the *5 , rhrift Stamp committee of the Woman's club, has announced committee as follows: Mesdatnes J. F. Ritchie. Krider Rock. W. A. Weidebusch, C. C. Wedding. R. H- Regan. H. C. McKay. .C 9aa. C, Wei ton, J. W. Stevens, J. W. ??' y~f ** : : 'g0-' > - *?" * *S 1 REMNA IRAN Begins This Hour is ANTS OF Ss Goods White Goods broideries Ribbons ses, blouses, linings, underwea Main Floor. <uood Shoes men and Children dent and frugal people who i es of shoes elsewhere to wait' ay's first. These shoes are ea , in good styles and all warra We have marked them all wit some extraordinary values s $3 r sold at from 5.00 to $7.00. F Shoes at -...- $a e grey and brown shoes that f to $10.00. and Fancy Black Shoes at $4 )0 to $8.00. ' 59 9 at v? e small sizes, mostly black. Sh m $4.00 to ?6.00. at 1 50 to ?4.00. t $2 )0 to $4.00. Big Special 0 jeorgette and Crepe-c 1 R i bloi rice for some months as they es, high neck and fancy collai who reads this had leisure to i IAL EVENTS j Kfght, Brooks HnteliiDson. F. K- Day. The committee will canvass memDers for the club for the sale of stamps. Episcopal Women Sowing. The women of Christ Episcopal church are spending today at the church sewing for the Red Cross, which event is a part of the weekly church calendar. ? ? Legion Society Meeting. The Presbtyeria-i Legion Society of the First Fresbyterian church will i WEST VIBGINIAN-~FATI Si * * . ' ~i\. , ' " lNT sale Hartley CE A Thursd STORE WIL Set in Fairness to Get Here ? This Clearance and ley Store, and an extr clear out all Remnan Apparel before new s year with greater sig x:sual economies at a 1 all merchandise, and ir ? It Provides a Sp Thousj n V The. goods from whi v. hich were decidedly day?Whence a double r.85 oes .40 offering of Ie-Chine Waists r Regular $5.75 and s $6.75 Values \ at $4.39 :ens and dozens of new i-class blouses at the low :e. We are sure that we prove that women's P ises have not been as low p are in this sale. Tailored f *s. We wish every worn- a examine these blouses. q meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church. Mrs. Dells Shlnn and Mrs. A. B. Rot-b will he the hostesses. Mrs. Wm. A. Downey Dies at Forksburg Mrs. Aseneth Downey, aged 20 years and nine months, widow of William A. Downey, died on Tuesday at her home at Forksburg. this county, from diseases incident to advanced age. She was a daughter of Fred and Susan j Longstreth Vangflder. both natives of | P?wn;lTW*> nurrHBi. in Jffc. JMONT, "WEDNESDAY EV ~ ~" & - HARTLEYS 9 <g> ? *s 5eirraND R IT J gLy, j?sunn! ,L OPEN AT 9 to Out-of-T owi for the Openin Remnant Sale is a semi-annu emely important one as it is ; ts, Odd Lots and Winter styl< spring merchandise begins co nificance than ever before, I time when we are witnessing when the necessity of saving >lendid Opportunity f< rnds of Remn ery Low Pric ch these remnants remain w( lower than the prices of the saving for you." t Values $1$ I SaksWomen's an* 33 1-3 Pe] New coats in the ! radically reduced pri els?plenty of varie and colors. Former Prices Sale Prices <j Dresses for Eve at *4 to ] o;n OAJIVCj OCJ gCOj VClVCwO auu JCie\v material. There is a dh ome embroidered, others hav< arious smart trimming feat ions, too. Remarkably 1 at 1/4 Yes. this is vour ODnortunitv * V A A V rices. Fur sets, scarfs, muff: er cent off marked prices. 1 ur is of a high standard of qu nd fine, and the workmanshi uicklj*. ^ Come Thursday And Downey occurred on* October 25, 1850, and the latter"? death occurred In 1912. Surviving her are several children, Mis. William Hawktoa, of Colfax; Mrs. Camden Swisher, of Taylor county, W. Va.;- C. W. Downey, of Monongalia county; Miss Emma Jane, at home. A daughter. Mrs. Jacob Rumble, and son, James F-, are ' deceased. Mrs. Downey leaves one brother, Martin S. Van gilder. The deceased was s member of the Mt. Zien church having united with that body seventy five years ago. Funeral services will be held on Thursday from the church conducted by Rev T. G. Meredith, and the body will be interred in the ceneiery there by Un ENING, JANUARY 16,1918 CLEARANCI 'Annual emn; nary 17, :00 O'CLOCK i Customers to ig of the Sale al event 'with the Hartabsolutely necessary to es in Women's Outer ming in. It comes this >ringing as it does un- & universal advances in C is so apparent. or Thrilty People tants at es jre purchased at prices A. - same quality gooas tuAll Winter " Suits S< \ Price o A sweeping clearance ot 0 -. , all suits. Very smart mod- r\ *?^i els in serge and gabarL dine,v others beautifully fur trimmed. Many of* these suits are in just the right styles and fabrics for all year service. A remarkable opportunity for r> women who desire to save ^ many dollars on ' a fine suit. 5.00 to $75.00 $9.00 to $37.50. [_^ w I Misses' Coats r Cent Less. Cle heart of mid-winter at A ices. All approved mod- wai ty in styles, materials _ S ; $13.75 to $57.59 fou 57.50 to $38.00 OV1 < ry Occasion -1 ODC h Off 1 rseys in every good and ]y /ersity of pretty styles, sau ? attractxive collars and PrK ures. Wonderful selec.4 use: Fine Furs Off r to buy at money saving 5 and fur coats all at 25 j> Moreover every piece of ality, the furs being soft p of a high merit. Act jr make your selection. L_ II PERSONALS 1|| , 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Upton, tie for- , mer an employe of the Chesapeake and ; Potomac Telephone company, have moved to Mannington where Mr. Upton has been transferred by the company. Mrs. P. M. Eoge la confined to her home on Benoni avenue from the ef- ; fects of injuries received In falling on an icy pavement several days ago. Mrs. J. E. Merrifleld. of 849 Cleve- > land avenue^ fell yesterday at her home oh an Icy pavement, sustaining . a fractured hip. Her injuries are very painful. Dr. W. C. Ogden.and.Dr..J. M-'Trach are the attending physicians. K -r ' - ,i ? ? 5 SALE | H INT S , 1915 Enable Them REMNAN' 'able Linens Silkolines heeting ' ?" Crash antons 'Muslin Outing HIGHLY LESIRABL Appropriate for innumerable uses. A sr prices. . REMNAN Cretonnes, Cui and Lino Cretonnes in domestic and i le for curtains, pillows, coveri id many other uses. Surprisi One and two-piece lots of s stte, CURTAI ne lot at7?rw.. ne lot at $1.4? ne lot at ....... All in good condition exce] >iled. LINOLEO yard widths ...:.T.r.:^?..... 1 laids at ... .".7.7. .;.^77...j. .7.7" H ILTON B Odds and ends, size 27x54 ir >ns, narawicK ana mcuee joi BASEM arance of Odd Lots of China l clean-up of several discontii ~e. Priced at Half. Sale of Wate ilver Deposit ware?pitcher rteen sets, while they last, $: Sale of Shino E For use on polished or pair b dust and polish the surface Waste Baskets at 0 l variety of sizes, shapes an< to $1.50. One Third Less. Japanese Te 'rnlv a orreat barcrain at $l-9? " V " O"" ' o latched sets?pot, sugar and cers with beautifully painte< le $3.98. Only $1.98 set. Sale Art W l table loaded with a great ful pieces. One-Third i Odd Lot ol Some Soil Va to Vz PR CORDljROY BA egular price $4.50, now Colors: Rose ar Small lot of House Dresses, ifants' Knit Goods at Specia here on a visit to ner lather. John Cnr-1 ley and other relatives, has returned , Co her home in Wheeling. Mrs. Nelson Beale will return today from Baltimore where she had been tor several weeks the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wellencr. Mrs. Joseph Hosier, who has been ill for several weks from bronchial pneumonia, bas practically recovered. Mrs. M. L. Stunn front to Wheeling this morning where she is taking a | course of treatment for throat trouble. MR8. OWEN HUGHES BURIED. ' The funeral of Mrs. Owen Hughes, i whose death as a result of burns oc- i o^_gggj^rathathomeat Grantj YirfliHiiiMim ??? ???_ _____________ II ARTLEVS |9j % vi - ' '~^jw :*-;?3 >ALE I SALE OF I WHITE m T* J ll l uebuay January 22nd JH , IM _ n _ -- 1 TS OF 31 I Percales 1. T :.9 Galateas > Dress IJnen'^ Ginghams ? E MATERIALS * 11 generously reduced from lor-'J nrs of | I o rtain scrim u I leumn m mported qualities suitaing boxes and foot istools ngly low prices. 3 scrim, lace and marqtdi worth up to $3.50 pair $2.98 worth up to $8.50 i pt the sample which is .. ... 75c and 95c yard I $1.75 yard | l Whittalls, French Wfljndhars, etc., $4.90 each ' ENT 1 ' -Jdfl m Dinnerware Patterns. H lued patterns, high-grade ' c-- ST' i ;M ? r -H and six glasses. , Onlj' II list Mops vjj ited floors, treated to ab. Yery special at 49c. r. ne-Third Off. . J i colors. Regular prices, \ [ cream and six cups and 1 flower designs. Regular 'M """"" . JSM 1 -'sSSai * i variety of handsome and i9 * Waists "9 gH THROBES ||jjH Children's Dresses and . , 0 I ^^ '. .. " (' Town, took place yesterday axternoon . ^?j3 from the Catholic church at Grant Town. Following the services a spe- g ? cial car conveyed the remains to-this city, arriving here at about tour , -i o'clock and interment was made In ; Holy Cross cemetery by Undertaker , R- C. Jones. . The Modart Corset 4 ^ h Blouses THE WOMAN'S SHOP J? . Mrs. Minnie Martin Second Floor, corner Jackson hnd Monroe streets.