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ITi.Mfry, Fak. 6. 1912.
A Linen Sale That IS One Annual Nappery Event That Means BigSavings TTHE Annual Linen Sale Vegan yesterday rrcrrirg-the sellirg was on a big scale. No wo r der, w hen the c flexir gs are rr.cre r.ctable than ever before. Your own interest ceir arc's that you should see cur Liners ard ccn pare our prices and qualities before buying a thing in this line. A few of the striking numbers involved in this great economy event: All-Linen Lunch Cloths All-Linen Lunch Cloths, with spokcstitcht hems, size 36x36 inches, regularly 98c; 70/* sale price. I uv ! All-Linen Lunch Cloths with spokcstitcht hems. 36x30 inches, regularly $1.25: sale QJP Pure Linen Lunch Cloths, silver blcacht and scallopt edge, size S.\I2, regu- QP larly $5.00; sale price. , Pure Linen Lunch Cloths, silver bleacht. flat scallopt edge, size 8x10. regu- (£0 7C larly $3.95; sale price.f O All-Linen Napkins All Linen Napkins, hemmed and ready for use. size 19x19 inches; regularly $1.98 WP a dozen; sale price, half-dozen for.... f OO All-Linen Towels All-Linen Towels, size 16x31. with red or blue ! borders, usual 20c qualitv; *.alc 1 J price . 14C All-Linen Towels. 18x36 inches, heavy weight and serviceable, regular 25c kind; -| WJ sale price. 1 I C All-Linen Towels. fanev huck or daniask hemstitch', 29c anJ 35c kinds; sale OCT Trice.J<DC —"-^ Sale of Battenburg and Japanese Drawn Linens, Scarfs and Covers One of the most notable pans of the Annual Linen Sale will be these offerings of fancy Battenburg and Japanese Drawn Linens at the Art Department, the sav ings being well worth considering. Scarfs, Covers, Cen ters and Squares included at such prices as these: Battenburg Scarfs, 3-panel effects, 18x54 inches, ver* elaborate designs, regularly $1.50; QP _ sale price.vOv Battenburg Centers, 18x18 inches, wide range of patterns with drawnwork centers,39c and 49c , OP qualities; sale price, choice. Battenburg Covers or Centers, elaborate lace edges with Japanese drawn centers, 24x24 inches, 89c 4 Q ~ and 98c qualities; sale price. Japanese Drawn Pieces .all with spokestitcht hems, elabor ate drawn designs, sizes 18x45, 18x54 and PQ„ 30x30 inches, values up to 98c; sale price. . . . Japanese Drawn Centers, all spokestitcht hems, size 18x18 inches, good patterns, regularly 49c; np sale price. ^ Table Damask 58-inch Cotton Tabic Damask of good weight, regularly 39c a yard; OK aw 58-inch All-Linen Table Damask, unbleacht. an exceptional value at 50c: QQaw sale price, yard.Oa/C 04-inch Mercerized Table Damask. 50c QQ quality; sale price.Ut/C 70-inch All-Linen Table Damask, bleacht or unbleacht, 60c quality; sale iW price. 4 • C 70-inch Ail-Linen Table Damask. 70 aw bleacht. 85c quality; sale price.... I C 72-inch All-Linen Bleacht Table Damask, our noted $1.00 qualirv; sale _ Trice. ollC $2.25 Union Linen fijf JO Napkins Going at *0 Here is one of the best offerings of the Annual ’Linen Sale'- Vi'e have secured 100 dozens of Union Linen Napkins of cx*ra weight and quality, about 7.W of which is pure Linen, tho many good judges have expressed the opinion that they were all linen, a fabric of ex ceptional wearing quality, full 22x22 inches in size, a regular $2.25 Napkin to go (I»-| A Q at only, dozen.Jpl #4:0 ISTONE & T H OMA S Dog Securely Tied Found Frozen Stifi _ -——-_ Discovery Made by Beys Under Om of the Water Tanks on Wheeling Hill May Call for Investigation b) the Humane Authorities—A Subjeei for Discussion by "Dumb Animals’ Magazine. •\ rather strung- dlocui ry filudb by some Kast Ifnd boys tintl-t ete o. the water ’.inks <m Wlitrllnt hill east of the city recently when .1 larg- dog. securely tied, was found troz-'b to death, tfo far as the Itoyt worm a’de to learn, the animal wa» 3 hi ranger In the vicinity ntid it is sup j-osetl that the heartless <]• . d w.n committed i,y a person who <lld mi want to take an> chances on iadri;: uppreh* nd«..| j.y 11 . humiv - a'i'hor! Un. Jnv what tlUtO'dlou was mad- < the care*** rould tint he |r,,m»d. Ini' It Is said that an Investigation will t» tn.-ide by the Immsti- oflle«r flii it view to ascertaining v.ho '*,.s respon •Ible fur nuch an i.rt. It won d r > • that the euhjec* is well worth diseti* wlon In "our Hutr'i \n.ma... t’,« little magazine published in the east wh|eh So Ititertef ittz defer •!• u:.''it' t to •• :i(tut e* th • tt • • v -1 •drr.ir Ist—re I I perwou* v.\.o lu-re I Itnatl .tl r.i'..* ths-. :.. t..i’- t r. * * the MZIU.II I.' I|.l e • toother* *ce! \ef\ '1 *. lOfeefTi—.J f>' st the 're. -leii* rnki« » I't.'rw ■* | ■ their «ti.drei, at.d a al> 1 itw.t I'.mr .Ubg* ..«-*tW It). •* . si -t be.e« Me . f . r. | CHARTER ARRIVES Par Steenrod Auto Supply Coinpan and is Placed on Record in the County Court. A i up? of tl*r «iiar* r rm-nil granted Mr* Sff***uroi| .v<iin Snppl t'otiiiian;- arrived Irani Serretary e Htatc dtnart I" ReH and was place on r* mi d in i in* nlTiei* of ill** count c*>-«r». Tin- charter piv**.* the run [ pany tin- r niit to liahilln all kinds n autos, arrcs.-torieii and tnippli*-- an vi-kir'** of all Kinds oi«-ra'i-d I* i sti-am, pasolini* atu| electricity. Th romom-v is r.ipi'.illzi'd ,-«r *J.V<mio (| '-d*nj it to i.*.*i shari a o ?lun *.««*! The Incorporator* ar*> |.r«.i s‘«-*-t rod. U*l< Met Hternrod, < ;■ v. Steenro*l. Me \ Hteenrod and Man ** •'**'»■- 'i-«r*- \V. Sfe*-nri»l was .11 pointed ftttorpey in la* t Votir «holes* of ten good Heron* hand S »ir.« Machines from Two 1 I. ah' Huilar* White s*« in* \j clone C.I., «*; 1 Uh S’ fe.l • CASE CONTINUED Hejf ng * Bp-AOO'I Bt* + g Cc*~ P*ny Over to febr» Tariff »efm • f «*•♦ ,..• Unkr.Mi v r* .»* r •* iff «•« a 1 liuccd and tilt.* had to be secured from the hooks of tint company rotiuiring 1 considerable tinio and ihe hearing i ivus adjourned for two weeks in order 1 that this testimony would be ready ^ « hen wanted. j BRIEF SESSION ( Boars of County Corrnnmonert Hold Brief Session end Transact Routine Business. The Isiartl of commissioners held a brief session yesterday mid transact 1 ' •! but little bussiness outa.de ot the j regular routine. The application of i iurles .1 Smith lor appointment -i * a notary public w.i« taken up and r'foirmended by tile governor for cou I flrmaiion. . The remaind r of th-- ses*!on v as i up wtih ih. passing of hlllt for • stimates on work done. LENTEN PLANS Being Made by the Brotherhood ef the Protestant Episcopal Churches. Tip* ftroUicriiuntl it’ tie Kiuscupal btti church I* ii-r.insltur for a i.*i -•ripe. to ho lii'ld during the l.i-titen *''*-/'t* ‘ 11 I ll.i- l-Vi for tl - .ir.iius. tie''.nr :.a« le-.|, - • f,.r Kehrusrv ;•••. Th* iTrotii.r'irs.-i i st Atntr- i • •' 1 -• * follower* of St l.'iki- r. • * •* ■" • i . ' \r lr- • - r i* Tr i auirn of I - iU r . rd'h aU.t*h4i» • < • h ■ -i* n. ; --j 4r . . . I * 0. Ed. Men el O Co. rtrsssi t srssi ^*m st u Ttr» 11 nas t« " «••• »t - r.I% • ««*l . •». I I o -■, IOeo. E. Johns Co. Advance Display of Early Spring Suits and Coats I for Women and Misses I Tailored And SomiTrtmrned (effects || The present assortment represents the latest models. | I material* and assured qualities combirx-d with a wide range of price* and color* 1-------| penitential season, which logins on t relay February 23, and continues un til March 29th. Special meetings will be held each Friday, during tbe noon hour, from 12:".', to 12:3" In the St. Matthew's • hurrli. At these meetings, premia cut members 'of the clergy will spe-nk. THREE _SUITS Filed m the Circuit Court Yesterday Ncne of Which Have Any Special Features. Attorneys A l„ Sawtelle and T." S. UHey fi|e,i an action in tlirt circuit lonit yesterday styled State of West \ irginia for the use* o' the benef.i of Kdward Hro. msen and others vs. Michael Agnic and K X J. fferson for an Indebtedtie** of »7.him> and asking damage to *h«- amount «>f Jf.oe. The l-etbtn Is lirnuglrt for the p'irpose of toreliig a tsind on an appeal to tho supreme court. \ chancery suit was filed by At tortiey \V it Casey styled J J. Alb-n Fannie I l ink- and others tor *h purpose- uf neiiiing a claim. The third suit was Mar e K Mih--s '- *■ Peter it floffman et al filed by Hubbard and lluhbard for the plain tiff* but no internist ion could !*• * - cured a- to t .e nature of the *u1 l-.ably fi-- t b t.g ami 3" bet high, the atlantoeai.r t* was ot ef : ie j.r* bistorti anim *1*. ***** ». Iif'<» «tf l.r.r» 1 » :.» ••■M 2" *.» * » •». * • i r •• * *•••'» ‘ - *-'• •■ a - — ... ..v Jrf'- . * «••*■• ,• »* -. , John Dinger *=-' * * Mfi«#AC T3*v I DRUG STCRE SERVICE =====^1 DO NOT TAKE A BLUFF rcRardinj; v o u r laundry. When we sav we do the best work in the city wc mean if. Lutz Bros. Mom* Itnm Laundry. Phon* 472. 1504-130* Mark** Bt WM. J. LUTZ, Prop. YOU CAN SAVE MLNEY BUYING_ Watches, Clocks, Jewelry from GENTHER THE LOW PRICE JEWELER 1069 Main St. Come lt!ade Candy Pure Jersey fee Cream AIca. Durst^sSons You Can CVdi That C'oufh or Coid Without a Doctor Ik ,, t after hctanr «j *. ■» t re* a N»T*k- .* LOGAN S PTNF. & TLRPTN COUGH SYRUP « ** *ca ** ar ktlar ►»«» Geo. R. Taylor Co. 44 The Progressive Store" The Great Semi-Annual Spread of Linens All this Week ALL LINENS GROUPED ON CENTER TABLES IN BROAD LINEN ROOM—THE SPREADING OUT IN THIS MANNER PERMITS INSPEC TION OF ENTIRE STOCK— All Linens Reduced 25 VerCent " A// Table Datnasks regularly 5oc to $2.75 Now 38c to $2.07 All Napkins regularly S1.25 to S18.50 Now 94c to $13.88 All Linen Towels regularly 25c to S3.95 Now 19c to $2.97 s , All Turkish Towels regularly 10c to 85c Now 7V2c to 64c All Table Cloths regularly $2.5o to S200o Now $1.88 to $1500 / All Linen Crashes regularly 5c to 25c Now 3%c to 19c AND SO ON 25'; OFF ■ All Linen Spreads All Linen Shams All Hemstitched Sets All Plain or Fancy Hacks AH Path Mats All F.mhnndcrcd Pi/loss: Cases AH Fstnhroidered Ho Is ter Cases ^ # AH Linen Sheets All Linen Pi/hrjc Cases All 1 Jnen Holster Case* /> corntri'c l.ntctft \NO " i r * i iNj N-* k♦ \ii vkn wi» \irr MlUfk-HflVH KV¥I| H \\l ikl K « Hit « | MHJ %n. '? 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