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Wednesday. April 12. 1911. STONE & THOMAS Tha Weather-Rain.
Glows for Easter I M/i m tester but four shopping .lavs disunt there are many ladies whose new Gloves • wv to wear with the Spring outiii are not yet bought. This is a reminder that Glove j headquarters otters the largest stock:- of the best makes of Gloves at the fairest possible I prices. A tew suggesions: j Jouvin Kid Gloves made from fine French sxtns. Rovale Gloves, made from fine French tamb rerfect fining, embroidered backs. i„ alt the skin. 2-clasp, popular shades, equal in service latest Spring shades, pair. Sl-85 to most Gloves sold at half a dollar a pair Denise Kid Gloves, soft and pliable in the more than our regular price..$1.00 wanted shades, also Doeskin Gloves in white Doeskin Gloves in white and natural shade, soft and natural shades, washable 8 1.50 skins, 12-button length.82.50 Long Kid Gloves in 8 12 and 16-button lengths. Misses’ Kid Gloves in red. brown and tan come s^a^s of ,an- brown, black anJ shades, sizes 4'/z to 6. pair. 8100 white, $2..>0. and. 8:*.75 ,, .... v . 1 omplele line of Fabric Gloves of the leading Washable Chamois (.loves in white and natural makes and in the wanted colors at 2oc 50c 79c shade, pearl button, spearpoint hack. 81.00 $1.00 and SI 25 a pair ©HG1NNING t.»-day and continuing all week, unless lots are sooner sold, we oiler a T. 'im!'eJ Purch:ls.e *** Won^ri > I’ure-l iiread Silk Stockings, at a very special price. IhL . to.kmgs u«ine in Hack only, are tull fashioned with high spliced heel, double lisle thread sole and u ide h>le garter top. I hese Stockings come in a line, sheer gau.'v weave and are made by one 01 the leading Silk Hosiery mills in the country. We have them in s./es from K , to lo—Mock.ngs near the bargain price at Sl.oo a pair at die 7Q, special baster price ot, pair. 1 ' II 4 u WyROM the scopes and scores of new ard attractive Millinery for Spring, the new Easter Hat can easily he se lected. even tho the time ts short. Large or ‘mall -hapes in the ultra-fashionable colorings and materials rPr Spring something here from Sdl.ffS to IS * 0.00 which i ■ ! please the most fastidious. The style and finish of Ston.- & Thomas Millinery is kmiwn far and wide, as we have been headquarter for Millinery these many years. Viomen’s Imported Sillt-Lisle Stockings, full fashioned, high spliced double heel and sole, regular 50c a pair; d*-| /\/\ Faster sale price, three pairs for. Special \ allies in Stockings for women and children at iMc, .'Me and .10c a pair. Novelties for Easter Giving ‘TTlIh divine "i Novelties Cards-and Conicctioner\ lias * come to he almost as much of an institution at ('as ter as Christmas. We are amply prepared to meet all demands in these lines: Easter Bunnies each. Sc to .JS1..1U Easter ( hicks, each, lc to. Easter Coops each .25<* ( hocolate Eggs, each, lc to . me ( hocolate Bunnies, each. 1c to. lOo Decorated Eggs each, lc and .joe SchraITt’s ( hocolates. pound . BDc' Easler Post Cards each, lc to. .Ttt Easter letters, each, lc to . 20<* Easter Baskets filled . Easter Baskets 10c and . . IDe Brass ( andlcsticks. each, .lc and I Or Sfcomie Thomas GAS WELL MAY BUILD NEW CHURCH IN WARWOOD M. E. CHURCH WILL GET BIG IN COVIE IF GAS IS STRUCK ON LOT. Well Nom Nearing Gat Bearing Sand. • "d ah Indications Are Tnat Eg Flow Will be Found. OwriinK |irn|.« rt•• n tt... < r •. r ,,r Hie \\ rt ! r . f f Mr* fu. l dally, TI .• H irirnoil Vr-*l|i ehurrh )m u l.netii ftilitr*- tie-fur ar->l may hnrnm" tit- r»< In • < hiir tliin ronim'inlty Wh»-n The* |.n;i« f' v r-eie,?], „f , ,, , R ni ».1! Id I ,* I, In in I . 0|<ed !■ Tli- U.tmnnd |„-ind < , f«r» u!' r- |r,T> n»| \VH .-i *'• rn n m-ttwI and d<,Tia*»-i| in ti., M< Mindin' tliurrh. Tl - hnlldltiK Itoont »Im' Mru< k that ill a! riff ati'l made fh ’•■an of Warworn! iiiuk—I th«- - lot* tn I - worth it mi .•!! fortuno, jut • for 1 tl- r hnldmK vn'n-. tint th- nmlli.r of *f;|* In that tlnn ninth!. ho-at-d tl,.. I t|— ,|I t),.. If it H !*k\ A llll Ittltl titiw fit* .* t itiiltl not I-* |»nri h.ipi-l for nn> h-n fh- loti* n ■ r. io\« n to it. < httn h laftain rltrl" w.r- r. -it. t. ttti'l tl,- around »a tot i-ont.'i r.*t. .1 ati'l r h- pround nan It <| I..- O, tln.rfh fr.i a to It J MrfulljtPh. a i i t tlrill a f.tr v on thn prop* rtjr, • pr u-.rlv i tor in th- tt.i I ■ r f " • ■ h* Id. y « -t tutr- *tt I - found. and It will Ilk-ly l»* |ti |-. ..1 «tn> t-n'h of ti,.. v, Mil found will h-lottK to th- *t, r. h ----T--— nml if cu'ii a million feer a day fn« remit#, the income in a yenr will hi MiltW lent to huild a fine church am that in What will he done. The mon«-\ that will he deliver from the wd| will he used In th- buy lot: of r ew property in n more c ptri location, and the Methodist# o' t.ove It’ti'l a tnl War wood will unite in m.p porting the church t»f * he fit countries that #uppl|ei Hie 1 nlleil KltlCilflfn with wheat If *-••**. the l nlic'l state# for the fir# time IK :*i the foo* Of |he IlKf. both li ■inantif•. and value The other conn trie., ;■ r• ftiiHKia. India. Canada, Ar ccnilf i ami Australia In the orde named G. Ed. MenJel 6 Co. roatMt, DinccroBs awo IMUlMIia Ilf. Main WriMnnr te.#* v» < .li fllaht .r dap Kitn.p umoaa Geo. E. Johns Go. 1 MAN TAILORED SPRING SUITS SPECIALIZED STYLES I OR WOMEN AND MISSES. SMALL. REGULAR AND LARGE SIZES COLORED AND BLACK SERGE SUITS BRAID TRIMMED SERGE SUITS $17.50, $22 50 to $45.00 $24.50. $28.50 to $48 50. WHITE SERGE AND BLACK HAIR LINE SERGE SUITS $19 50. $22 50 to $16.50 SEPARATE COATS PONGEE, SERGES, NOVELTIES, SECILI IANS, LINENS, ETC. EASTER WAISTS CHIFFONS. MARQUISETTES. LINGERIE Sll KS FRENCH LINENS, ETC.. ETC COSTUME AND DRESS ATTRACTIONS IN VARIED MATERIALS RIVER NEWS MANY WRECKS WILL HAVE TO BE RAISED SOON. Boats and Barges at the Bottom of the Ohio Will Handicap Traffic In Summer. i ^’hen the Ohio declines to less than a six foot stage during the summer months It will be necessary to raise the wreckage of a number of bouts and coal barges that are now a* the ' bottom of the channel between Pitts burg and Cincinnati Efforts made to raise the wreck of the coal boat licnrr H. Iatughlin, which sank In the Pittsburg pool*, some dajs ago have so tar proved fruitless. The boat will be raised within the next few days. At Moundsville a large barge loaded with several hun dred bushels of coal has her nose ploughed In the channel and at low w iter tide will have to he removed so that the boats ran operate. At Steu benville, several barges were lost by coal fleets anil when the river reaches i low stage efTorts will he mndo to re cover the coal and raise the barges. South of Parkersburg a numlier of w recks oocured during the past winter , and efforts will be made to clear the ' channel within a short time. With a stage of IS feet II Inches at the local port the Ohio at six o’clock last evening was stationary. The rise from the headwaters checked the de cline here. Packets are continuing to do an excellent business In the local trade. Yesterday’s Boats. IT K. Bedford. Parkersburg. 1 p. m. Sonoma. Marietta, 3:30 p. m. Liberty, Clarlngton. 3:30 p. m. Today's Boats. Kanawha. Charleston, lam. Bedford. Pittsburg, noon Jewel, Marietta, 3.30 p. m. IJbertv. Clarlngton. 3:30 p m. Thursday’s Boats. Virginia. Cincinnati. 7 a. m. Ixjrena, Pittsburg. 7 n. in. Sonoma, Marietta. 3 30 p m. Liberty. Clarlngton. 3:30 p. m. Ohio, Pittsburg, t p m. LOBBY fiOSSIP AT THE LOCAL HOTELS HOTELS OVERFLOWING WITH MASONS. Prominent West Virginians Are Registered at the Hotels—Poli tics Are Discussed. " i'l' several hundred prominent Martin* from throughout the state in " •‘••••ling, attending the affair at the Scottish Kite cathedral, the hotels are . In coming fillet) to tlieir utmost and it will be necessary for the late arrivals to s. ,-k lodging elsewhere Those who have not secured reservation are meet itig with difficulty in securing rooms. I hiring this week several prominent \Ve*t Virginians will visit this city including lion, tames Strother, of Me l»'iwe|l county, member of the legisla ture, r>r Kpling. member of the lower house from that county, and other prominent Republican politicians who have reservations at the hotels Isaac Peters, n prominent oil man of Shinnston is registered at the Me *•' r'' Mr Peters states that the Shlnnsfon field is holding out well ami th it the companies holding leases in t! »• field will drill a timelier of new trolls during the summer Hon t'harles I’. Light, former sta*e r.'.id commissioner, left ti„. Mel»uro IMOVINO AND SPRING CLEANING. carpet beating. FAMILY WASHING. Blankets and Lace Curtains. Lutz Bros. HOME STEAM LAUNDRY. WM. J. LUTZ. Prop. GENTHER THE LOW PRICE JEWELER 1069 MAIN I FREE Imported Moth Powder and Moth Proof Tar Paper will he given away to all our customers, who wish to put their furs away for the Sum mer. BARKER’S CLOAK AND FI R CO. 1106 Main SL Special This Week Hot Cross Buns Easter Fruit Cake Genuine Pound Cake £ Pine Apple Fruit Slab. 8 I All strictly fresh at the 8 yesterday for Chicago He will re turn to this city the first of next month where he will hold a good road meeting. Among the prominent arrivals In the ritv is W H Brand, of Fairmont, assistant postmaster, who is register cd at the MrLnre. Mr. Brand is at tending the Scottish Bite meeting. fleorge Russell, of Farkershnrg. West Virginia representative of th" Burrows adding machine. Is stopping at the Mcl.nre Attorney Fred Martin, of Crnfton who has been at Milwaukee, taking te-tlmoriy. stopped off at the Mrl.ure >• sterda.v er.route home AT TH: WINDSOR Reception Will Be Tendered to J. Shreve Durham This Evening. Speaks Thursday Night. This evening, in the private dlnlrr room of the Windsor hotel, an In formnl reception will he tendered to .1 Shreve Durham. International home visitation superintendent, who will spend two days here a - isting In preparations for the religious census to he taken on May 1? The affair w II begin promptly nf >’ o7lock and w II be attended bv pastors. Sunday school superintendents and adult Bible class superintendents On Thur»dav evening. Mr Durham will address a ma«s meeting at the F rst Presbyterian church Me Is a v ry Interesting talker of eharmln p' rsonn'lty and a large attendance I evpeeted Mr Durham will present the advantages of such a census «• the one contemplated, and will rein'* the experience of 0*her Cities | When Teeth I Must Be Extracted The work should hr done right Skill, horn of ea pericncc and study is necessary F* tractions should he pain rss. hut nothing should he used to deaden pain in which there is danger to the patient. Betatisc *c make our own Vitalised Air fresh esery das. ■ far in advance of the manufactured stuff made hv others, and the contents of which thev know nothing UK CtARWTKK OI R WORK Fillings of all kinds.4.!»Oc up Bridge Work, per tooth. R.VOO fiolJ Crowns. *.VOO up Full Set of Teeth . ft.Voo up HILL BROTHERS DENTISTS 1049 MAIN STREET Open Monday. Wcdnr*dnt and Saturday Lining*. '*»d> ABendanl. < Wd Sundays. I J Geo. R- Taylor Co. Tale. J ■ | sale Silk Petticoats Taffeta Silk Petticoats with deep bias, tlounces and un->l derlay. Lavender, Burgundv, I r\ Greens, Blues and Chic Change- J Mcssahne Petticoats with plaited flounces, soft clinging 1 textile in T an. Green, Copen- ( ^ hjjgen, White, Brown and Change-j f^S*9j Hand-Made and /% A j • Hand- Embroidered fVJUS llHWCAT At Prices Unmatched Heretofore Exquisite needlework on fine white nainsook. Designs and scalloped edges the feature. CORSET COVERS NIGHT ROBES ^ $1.00, $1.25 to $3.95 $2.50, $3.00 to $9.75 • CHEMISE DRAWERS $1.00, $1.25 to $3.95 *100, $125 to *3 95 SKIRTS COMBINATIONS $7.so, $,2.50 to $3.50, $4.50 lo $5.95 $19.75 Easter Gloves Smart styles in Glace and Brush-’d. Taylor's Special— Glace finish—highest grade glove for the price—shown in all shades. *r') Misses’ and l.adies’ Sizes.$1.00 pair Centiweri Dress Glove I hree clasp Gloves—in every shade—show ing the extraordinary finish, quality and color rich ness that ever marks this make. $1.50 and $2.00 pair Imported . ^ ''j The best obtainable— Doeskin (ilovc [-made to wear, wash and $ 1.00 to Si. SO J wear again—White only. • Made to re>ist sfrenu- ("Misses’ and Children’s ir:ckl-'nl“l '°J Chamois Glovs inral and White. [ %1.00 Pair Pong Gloves l.adies’ do Button White kid Gloves, f 1.5o Pair. I adies' 16 Button White kid Gloves, S3.75 Pair. I adies’ 16 Button Black Suede Gloves, S3.75 Pair. I adies' Id Button Black Suede Gloves. S3.25 Pair. I adies' 16 Button Doeskin—White, S3.00 Pair, l adies’ id Button Doeskin—White and Natural, Sd.73 Pair. A teii! Good Street Dress Gloves MEN’S GREY suede <f , nn „/7/v Plain Stitching* *2'00 Pa,r MEN’S TAN PIQUE t. IMain. but smart. ) *!'5° Patr EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN Blue Serge Suits . —s Distinct Styles— 24-inch coats set w ith broad' and narrow sutache braid — or with moire and touch of c< lor— ^0/1 Ctk some with sailor collar or with fr* "*** Jbr*r»V*# messalme—full tailored at every point—styles meet the most pre- +.19-50 cise style ideas. j "Tbelayio^niorofa^