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Friday. Augu.t 11. 1911. STONE & THOMAS Th. Weather-Fair.
Friday Half-Holiday Offerings
TTHIS store will close promptly at noon today, it being
1 the occasion of our employees weekly Half-Holiday
granted during the hot weather for rest and relaxation.
Arrange to do your shopping in the forenoon. To make
it well worth your while to concentrate your Friday
buying into half a day, we offer special values in prac
tically every department, tho naturally we have space
to mention but a few of them.
SILK DEPARTMENT
SILK REMNANTS AT HALF-PRICE—To effect a quick clearance we place fur
ther reductions on all Silk remnants; lengths 1^4 to 0 yards, to go at one.half the
marked remnant prices. j
GOODRICH RUEBER CO.’S
GUARANTEED HOSE— 4 inch
s ply heavy corrugated. Can be
cut any length desired; 1
regularly 19c foot, to-day.
HOSE REELS—Of hard wood,
painted and varnished; reg
uraly 8<»c; to-day.
CLOVER
LEAF
LAWN
MOWERS—
High wheel, crucible steel blades, '
14 and 16 inch sizes:
$3.25 Lawn Mowers. . $1.S5
$3.65 Lawn Mowers... $2.25 |i
WINDOW SCREENS—
Hardwood oiled frames, with best black wire screen cloth, 3o inches hiirh or,* !
extending to 33 inches; regularly 30c; Frida;. " j
PORCH SWINGS—
Of oak weathered fini?h,
. fancy paneled hack, complete,
ready for hanjntr; CO
regxilar SS.45, to-dav. «P0.*>0
NORTH POLE ICE CREAM
FREEZERS — Made by the
AIas< i Freezer Co. \ll metal
bucket with cover. (>ne and
two quart sizes Opj
oiily $1.00 md...
IRON CLAD ALARM CLOCKS -
Made b\ the Western Clock Co.. an attractive Clock,
without the appearance «»t an alarm c!oC<- on
regular SI.2 >. ' «>5C !
. il
AWNINGS FOR WINDOWS—
Blue and white striped duck. Complete; easih hun* |j
21 2-foot width, were $2.00, now. $1.50 |i
3 -foot width, were $2.25, now.$1.75
31 2-foot width, were $2.50, now. $2.00
4 -foot width, were $2.75, now.$2.25
CORN SLITTERS—
"Pancoast nickel-plated Corn '•'litter' for ind;- 1 EZ
1 DC
Agents For Madame Yale’s
Toilet Preparations.
Stone & Thomas \
PYTHIAN PARADE
BRILLIANT EVENT
THOUSANDS OF KNIGHTS TO BE
IN LINE FOR PARADE.
Troop* Will Arrive Tomorrow at
Camp Stanley on the Iniard.
Monday'* Program.
Plumed kniahf* attired In their
dr««* parade uniform* will )•«>! tl <
rpertaruiar parade Wetlnt ‘day of n> at
»ee|<. whi«h will he the feature event
of the Knucht* of i",tMan roti'iave
whlrh often* here Monday Final nr
ranrement* for the pamd« have b** n
eompleted. at d It I- < aperted th;(t v
eral thousand m»-rr.’-t — of tt, . < r |. r
will he In line
Tiemofrow the troop* «||| <.tnrt *r
ll T~
r;v|t*K in tin. city and will .it on re !„•.
di*p:if<d:."d to i amp Shanley. on »h<*
t'.or tlmiind*. where th.-y will
I.'. I. th.-.r lent* I tv* Monday morn
;ng the tent..| rlfy w ill |... occupied
f'> li'indre.i and hundred* of Knight*
l:i the evening Saturday *|.e.-;al *er
v if"i.j will I*.- held at the ramp l.y one
of the local minister-.
Wheeling will extend the hand of
wel. ..me to the vlatting Knight* nnd
' *' H ktft a I_. a gaper! Mr
Monday Already half the lumnr .
ho.|..* have l.een decorated and •- <■»
t. r.iuv Secretary S-hwertft x..r *et,t
letter* to all member* ,,f the itu*.
Ho - M.-n* A-*ot*!aMon. tirrltir them
t.. let orate their place* of hindnc**
for affair
The program for Monday ha* hern
arranged In the forenoon all th*
iron;.* arriving will h« quartered, and
hv t ton praeMeaity alt will he quar
• r< d I redlratltin rt-remonle* at
1 amp Shanley will -tart at l p m In
the evening at 7 o*r|t*-ic guard mount
will |,(> ri»rii|in!.i) |,v if,,. ,■ r , |,f_
Itoti'l rts will !;.••• f,.
after whu h flaps avill |„ ,
f«>r the first ilny's event
final arrangement • fur ti„. f, .
event have taoen eiimpl.-leil |,\ if,,. |,
■ill Inrlaji s. ami a:: former p . ,.r.N l r
attendance at Staff lie ■ , . .
|ni tei| tia f,e broken |’i i|,,, .
Kn.fthfn r.f I’vihias ii,tvitii|i,i, i
Herman snl.ll. r» will h ave t| . ,r ,\
•Innial roil vent Ion. mill tin • .01,11 I.
I.ik W .-st Virginia state I or
Ik Inr In ■nriciy i« ron.| ,|. ,j j,jj .
helnir in Jail; It lan’f r.» had after
you ret used to it
G. £d. Men <el & Co.
fUIIF.»Ar, DIRCCTtUS ARO
tVlALVCRH
*14? Mwfr V. ’ . . 'l / , ,r
**•11 nlffht or tiny | »V phor,#.
— "" i
1 jeo. E. Johns Co,
SPECIAL WAIST SALE
OLR entire STOCK OF SILKS- CHIFFONS. VOILES. MARQUISETTES. NETS
LINGERIE, HAND EMBROIDERED AND PLAIN LINENS, Ac., Ac.
WHiTE—COLORED—BLACK
EACH WAiST NEW AND DESIRABLE. HUNDREDS TO SELECT FROM
■A less than price
Combination Clearance
OF LINEN SUITS
LINEN DRESSES 1/
LINGERIE DRESSES /2
DIMITY DRESSES Tl B I Z*' r
GINGHAM DRESSES F K I C It
I
MODERN PLAGDE
YIELDS TOTONA YITA
HAD SUFFERED FOR YEARS FROM
STOMACH TROUBLE.
Instance Cited of Accomplishments
Shown In Detroit.
"I have been sick for ten or twelve
Jears.” said Mrs Richard Jarralt. of
No. Too Clinton avenue, Detroit.
'I have doctored since," continued
Mrs. .larrait, "and have taken medf
cnie until the very thought of It maue
tne ill. 1 had what appeared to be
stomach or liver trouble and I kept
growing worse all the time Several
" ' •'as ago I was completely run down
”1 did not know what a good night's
sleep was for years. I would sudden
ly awake during the night and toss
around on my pillow- Just to smell
i !,*->d cooking nauseated me. and when
1 did eat anything it would turn Into
a hard tump In my stomach and would
distress me for hours.
I hail dull headaches and dizzy
pells and felt so tired that 1 hated
to be on my feet i was dreadfully
to rvotis and so depressed In spirit
that | had a dread of the future. If
1 hurried a few steps or If 1 climbed
the .stairs tin heart would beat so
rapidly that it frightened tne.
■'S -vera! doctors told me that 1 had
tumors and that an operation would
be necessary if I hoped to get well
In fact, on m vi-ral occasions I was
about to be operated upon, but it
Seemed that something luckily held
me back
"Two weeks ago I was in the drug
store and saw a number of people
tun ing this Tuna Vita I had no faith in
nil* medicine to help tn«» anv more.
Ii'i? I saw fo man. i». ople buying Mils
tiur.c that I u, m up pi the counter
in,I talked with on,, of ti,,. doctors
r •. and he e t\, me a sample of
'he medicine. I took it and that night
id. lit better than for a I ha Mute The
n*-\t da, ! went l.ack '.till fit a l»o*Mc
o; the medicine.
"I began to improve lront the lirst
!a. I took it f utn now like a new
person I : r i f , 1, .| | hardly know
'■ ' ■ • 't I il-n t h iv. :ii , he or "lain
: i i ! ',st r. pi .■ . .. or.. :.n,1 the
Mil < r. '-lo ti* ’•. >ai *i - . n l ar.-ssloM
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'' • a l r: •[ ’’lit i ,:rn mi chamti I
t- ; le. .f two .. - '•
T 'r.aiMis •--mplaini d o' to
Mr '•ivra , :,re am.inr Me- . tr.n et. •••
y tap to ms i. r. ,:. bttliy.
th, i l • r- < ■..! s who are tn'rti
d . nr '• na Vita."
''i ■ r ai ■ iiMt .'il Mntn.-.and of p.-o
!' ■’ a'lir, r.ng i»*i tills plague, con
tin,a d , tn of the jdr sir,an*. "it
"ton it • r •• •.* .'
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•' ' • •! ' "■ an nr • ill ett
v t*oi.mi. vt. ■ * os a rtat • <• in rv • :>
" ’ " hi > . allow • to run ult.
nt •' rm •• tin- "iiians of tn*
'•■••l* and produces ,).| ilif, •Tuna
\ aa will i ,. i. rtn.itn nf r in f .n
:.:i . I .. .1 o' tills « !> iraa or.
T tor.. t:» 111 at* ■ tit roll'd',
km*'ll as I ■ o s lih ilia'll lais:.t;v«
c. bit h • i ■ i i ■ l . ■ i ■
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has a | • asnnt ta-te. ,i< >■> rot itr'pc
a*:d ols [I .|npM' l|.,s l< I'.tuU,
. t*o ' • •euro,! , *1 • a • tn- for
V\ la ‘tip ainl t .‘fi* ,■* *:i*. ,) prepa
r ti r
RIVER SEWS
Capf)'n Rfr Eac-.'ct* Rivers ,nvj H.ir
l.^rs Crti"iiV(f t.-. Ac* A,ter
Trip They Tock.
Wr 'ltn; rn.ni <\t »••«»•:•»*. when* It.
's .' ■ ■ : , : i ,. ir |{n-,
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II.” rm.'ii ,.f.' i.i slna. r awalfit".'
ill*. :n ' ni, i '!. - rrni'iiffte< amt ,,r*'
l*TI. i.i' M, it I';,, iilittlilvtl.'il ssnrl. ,s
* nn |.|» i. .| .,* I.n< .'. ... It.at Has leaflet,
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Mine n. iIn■ il tr;n|.•. Imt then.. |j».
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ii|>|ilie.| «|lli furin |.r<"lnr|. fin
i art - 1 ■ r.. sure ns. r •> feel sesirr
■ t • t.n ».. nss the M.M.a ln ri Ian, In,*
i f.-ss tfn lies ssen- n-itl sternl
"T.s ■;■ n'i si,m....... wru.. a mn.'l
III whirl) III." Il rn.lle • i refnlls figure.
wl.ai 'In* t-rn wmilil I,;,.. f,,r
•till tier?
— -- —r^
CLEAN COLLARS AND
CUFFS
Our Collar aud Cuff work
would plra»o your frirnd* a.«
It do*-r you It would b*> ak mi
nf** to them to t«-ll th.-rn about
it.
Lutz Bros.
HOME STEAM LAUNDRV
WM J. LUTZ. Prop.
$1.50 SILVER
LINK BUTTONS
FOR SOFT SHIRTS
This Week 50c a Pair
GENTHER
Low Price Jeweler,
1069 Main St.
WHEELING HAS
MANY STARTERS
large fields of horses to
START HERE.
j Col. Anderson Secures Cream of
Horse World —Doings of Wheel
ing Horses on All Tracks.
Hofore the huu seta on the Iblaml
' oval September 2 there will lie JlKl
harness sail running horse.- quartered
in the stables that will start in Ihe
speed events the following week. Col.
Robert Anderson, who ban been aP
t« tiding Ibe ra< e meetings in O.uo and
iviiiisv ivunla, writes the writer that
prospe. is lor b ringing to Wheeling
a number of Grand Circuit stars tins
year are very t ueuurag.ng, and that
he already has secured ai least iiyo
oi the best horses iII training. This
early in ih< gan.e il .» news will be
rete.ved with mm It joy by the lovers
of th ■ harness hoix s.
The veteran sp ed seereiary will
return noine Saluiuuy from Cleve
land. and he may then have the en
•r es of many of the lasiest trotters
..ml p.a i lii.tt -'art..; at .'virla iisu
wall. Gariy in.ii.i:iin.s ere tii.it tlie
< on >ng la ii.ectin._- w ii be by ler
•lie l.is. .11 til- ..!> y.aru of tile Acs’
Virgin a >t Ri- lair
V»ln ti.ig Horse- are figuring prom
inently on tin- mr. mis y«-tr. Joan,
who won tut tree ;or all trot at lie
'loll, wa la at by |iudt<- Arelidule at
-Ni rth Rathi.iil, inking i-.uud loon* y
Ihe Wii- cling br< d trotter was not
in <oniii'ioii. a-eoi-iin, to turf writ
< rs. She will 1m ar wateiinig the next
•time bio- no els the same lield.
Gra . Ji an'.- si.title i. ate. also met
dt feat -t a- i "a ,iantia!l. loin;' third
to j-*o;*r:i ■•> a.iil Willy in ihe lasiest
trolieu rate of tie* year.
i Mimic, once the pride of all West
Vue.ma In rseim n vv!,. i i li was the
pnp'ity oi Col loin luv s. in raptd
ly getting into the <art horse ela -s
Tin* • itti ■ daughter of The Imitator
V .. ■ a lad th I'd to Alvin S. at l.ittle
VV a> t i • •: Two yeatl ago she I a
, liim with ease and marly earned him
tit see t|i- r- d t!ag Fly by Might, a
second rater, also turl Slitme. Sin
has I "'I ll.iVlll .1 hard life of lute,
lii in sold on v. rul on as.i ns
Vlvin S.. vv.i.i wmi tin rt.ee. broke
lb Wasli:-. ti-'i trill k •• eord. lb was
a lorim-r V\ ... na her i
Ifii/- rt 'I ilptti, i « tht • < i'y. and I s.
M. Me, l: u. - f M.-Mi. lie I. W'm have
• I. I bo.. .1 : - •
t.oyt we, k t ill,rite K •
did ami ha* won twin tie.- season.
Fills i
£ Vour
Prescriptions
You \x:ll Jo well to let us till
\our prescriptions. 1 \er\
chemical in our Prescription
Department represents the
highest known qualitv Fverv
prescription is put up hy
thoroughlv qualified icgis
tereJ graJuate pharmacists
John Coleman Co. 8
Chcmtttr A Druggist*, I
TWO pTUKK* F
K.th ami ?5fh and I
Market Chapllne I
GOOD TEETH AND I
A GOOD REASON
One good reason for good teeth is, they give you "good
looks "
The world has no *ime for a man or woman who can't
put up a good appearance.
tTg!y fetth. missing teeth or badly fitting false teeth are a
worse banJicnp to beauty than irregular features or a bad akin.
Hill Brothers make the wav to beauty easy. They have the
largest, most completely equipped parlors and labojaforv in
(*f Virginia Hill Brothers’ corps of dentists j« the most cf
*.~nf in Test V.rg.nia Hill Brothers’ work is all guaranteed
KnB of Bridge Work
T,*>h per tooth ffi „p
CWdd * r‘mn" Killings
*•* ®1» Mle up.
1049 MAIN STREET
f ady Attendant. CWrf Sundaes
_
Geo. R. Taylor Co.
“The Progressive Store.’*
Going away means having clothes—your vaca
tion will he better enjoyed if }ou are properly
gowned—therefore our
HA LF PRICE
SUIT SALE
Is your advantage.
Our entire line (we won't say the largest
in the city, but the best selected) of Suits are
late Spring Styles—in choice worsted and
serges—solid novelty and pin stripes.
One Half Price
Cambric Skirts
We have divided up into two lots twenty-five
dozen Ladies’ Cambric, Embroidery and Lace
Trimmed Petticoats—the tirst lot, values Si.50
up to SLoo, at
98c
The second lot, values up to S5.00,
i $1.49 .
i
DRESS GOODS
Some persons prefer to sew or make their own
clothes—for them we have some good things—
A ovc/ty Suitings
inches wide, in Blue. Tan and Gray mix
ture'—very stylish for coat suit or one piece
drc's, were S2.oo, now
$1.25 lard
.Serges
Always popular because so serviceable—
Navy. Black, or white, 12-inch—
79c 7 ard
Na\ '. Black or White, 44-inch
$1.00 l'ard
W hite with Bin Stripe or Bar—
*<»-inch—
50c Yard
M>-inch—
SI.25 and SI.50 Yard
Mohair
i he demand i> growing—especially just now
v lien bathing suits are being made—our splen
did issortment in plain, stripe and checks are
worthy of special mention—
50c Yard
.
I . I
WASH GOODS
Department values to.Jay
Efluere, vie kinJ.25c
Ginghams. 12 ’ kinJ.oc
laiwns, tv kinJ.12* jc
D'-n't miss the
Ri -minder Counter
It's remarkable what it saves you.
Have You McCall * Magatine. Septrmber. 1SI1.
1 he 1 aylorThorofare
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