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SKV OSsZfO1' \ . Hn SjuUhti ) pj fSL- > m gSfc, 1 IIS6 Aprrfrrt Brmrdy forOaw^i ■B4< Hon. Sour Stomch.PUrrtnn HSv Worms JTonvulswns.Frtrnsir r , .5 nrss and Loss of Sleep. §|8pf!' TU Sirtir Si*s«fw* nt Mil &0E3Z Kfs NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. A*"_ CUSTOM For Infant* and Children. The Kind You Have , Always Bought Thirty Years CASTORIA ▼M« *r «T*V« eMiMkHt, nr« voaa m»ry. Great Bargains in Pianos We still have on hand a few of the pianos from our branch stores at Fairmont and Weston; also some beautiful designs In Cable-Nelson. Story & Clark. Kreutzcr and Wagner, as well as n beautiful line of player*, from New York factories. Wo have anting ihe.se lots some un questionable bargains. You .'in ouy a piano this week which you will find priced In any mu sic house in the Cnlted States for $150.00 *.o $175.0ii at $275.00 to $3*5.00. Now. we want to call the public’s attention to three of the greatest bargains that have ever been offered III ^Wheeling. or. as to that matter, any where as to our knowledge. We have on hand one Shoninger parlor grand, $700.0o style, which can be bought for $525.00, and off of that for cash. Also one Comblnola player ptano, $750.00 style, made by the Crown Company; cannot be surpassed in the world for tone and durability, which can be bough' for a trifle over hall price, also one art style Story & Clark piano, mahogany flni.-h, the finest you ever suw. made to sell at $Wtooo. ran be bought for $375.00. Now. our sole reason for >he sacrifice of these three pianoi is that we are short of room and wish to sell them Immediately. By investigation, the piano buyer of Wheeling and vicinity- will find that we are Ip favor of the square deal. Come in and be convinced. LINDLOFF PIANO CO. ! J. M TAYLOR, >lKr. 37 11th SL, Wheeling. \V. Va. When Baby Cries, Turn the Switch VC ait 3 minutes and the food is ready for -of course, you havo prepared it in the ELECTRIC NURSERY MILK WARMER before retiring. How much bet ter. how much easier, than trail ing to the kitchen to heat the food while your husband walks the floor with baby. It doesn't take an Klcctric Nurs ery Milk Warmer long to win favor with mothers No flame no aoot, no odor nothing but heat, and that is all on the inside An absolutely safe utensil to use at the bedside An handy little sterilizer Very convenient when you need hotter water than you can get from the faucet. GEE ELECTRIC COMPANY NOS. 18 TO 28. FOURTEENTH STREET THE GERMAN BANK of Wheeling W ith A sets of % l/mo.ooo oo OFFERS !♦« Patron* and I>eposrtnrs that 'security and Service which is posiMe only in an institution larre rap'at and conservative meth'siv O^en Saturday F 6 to II o'Ctock 4 AAosv«d m Tw# branoti UOTUtll cooova* »ovtm 0(11 WJmtK v*ov imoti cn**m TW Itirt on ili» ^ a%id» w « ->»*..’»« i .* £’ ? h rrOmrl I* to »-«* • It dl itrarne. I IJC t larUan, * ' a §t«M i*>r$ SOCIETY The man-lag*. of Mr. WyM* R Craig ' and Mian Verna I Amos was solem alsed by the Rev Jacob Ruble al the residence of the bride near Went Al exander. on Wednesday, only the Im mediate relatives and friend* of the principals being present. Both are well known young people of the vi cinity. and a host of friends extend congratulations. Brown- Hawkins. Special Dtspatih to the Intelligencer. FAIRMONT. \V. Vn, March This evening »t 7 o'clock, at the home of the mother of the I-ride, took place the marriage of Miss Ifc-ssle Hawkins and Arthur Brown, both of this city. The bride Is the only daughter of Mrs. Alvlra Hawkins Mr. Brown la a ann of John J. Brown, of thla city, and Is employ.-d by the Baltimore and Ohio Itnllroad Company. Charity Sewing Party. Wednesday afternoon the ladles of the Benevolent Society of the FolT Street Temple entertained at the ves try with a S'sing party. Sewing was the diversion -ml refreshments were terved. Suburban 500 Club. The popular Suburban 'WOO" Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. fleorge Weltner at her home at Olen wood last night. It was on the order of a farewell party, as the house Is to be torn down to make room for a more modern dwelling. The members enjoyed their favorite paHlimes in the afternoon, and at 6 o'clock In the eve ning an elaborate course dinner was served to the members and their hus bands. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. John Hamm. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Beuter. Mr. and Mrs. William St-hemp. Mr. and Mrs Hal James. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delters, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walcott. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kmhoff. Mr and Mrs. Charles Ije hue. Mr. and Mrs. J. Brennan, Mr and Mrs. William Schenk. Mr. and j Mr*. Charles Freese. Mr. and Mrs. ! Anton Bleberson, Mr. and Mrs. H i Schoal and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coul. Club Entertained. At her home in Martins Kerry Wed nesday nftemoon Mrs. Will Mader de I lightfully entertained the members of the Wednseday Afternoon club. Fol lowing several games of five hundred a delirious luncheon was served. The following were present: Mrs. Henry Haekmnn. Mrs. Charles Freese. Mrs Harry Hreltensteln. Mrs Walter We(t zt-l. Mrs. Gus Nortenian. Mrs. Anton ilietierson. Mrs. Harry Kraatz. Misses Barbara Korn. Clara Kraatz. Rtckiee Kraatz and Mrs. Will Mader. Birthday Party. Krmon Brock was very pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening at his . home on Left Hand Itun. when a num t< r of his friends tendered biaa a party i in honor of his birthday. Games and ■ music formed the diversions and re freshments were served. Present were I Misses Kthel Heston. I-ena Kline. , Hilda Baker. Cora Bruno, Carrie 1 I'aker, Hazel Baker. Kthel Baker. Hat I tie Kster. Clara Brock, Myrtle Brock: ' Messrs. Karl Kraatz. Henry Baker. I William Freeze, William Pusterdlck. i Antonio Reenbold, William Reenbold. I ('has. Brock, Chas Gardener. William Bullock. Angelico Mozcnio. Archibald Bruno. Julius Tremety. Joseph Brock and Krmon Brock Dancing Class. Miss Kiranor Patterson will enter tain her juvenile dancing class Friday afternoon In the hall room at the Stratford hotel. Woodlawn A well | arranged dancing program v ill be ren ' dered. I Home Wedding. A pretty wedding occurred Wedne* day evening at the home of Mrs. John I Beamon In Bellatre when her sister, | Miss Hazel Caldehaugh. became the bride of Mr. Thomas Puffy, a promi nent young man of Beading. Pa. The I bride is a popular and well known young lady of Bcllalre The ceremony was performed by Rev. W P Mc Cormick. pastor of the I’nPed I’re by j terlan church I Knights *• Entertain. On Friday evening. March Sith. Wheeling lodge. Haights of Pythias, i will hold a meeting for the purpo-e of I entertainment. The affair will he I staged In the auditorium of the Klk*' | club on Fifteenth street and the com i ml tree in charge has secured Mrs. i Llnna IP nnlc Sherman and Mr C J I chapman to stage several playlets during the evening \ number of the members will also parfieipate in the entertMlnltig program and a very pleasant evening Is anticipated Frank Cos. chairman of the committee, rise , not yet completed the arranrementr i and ptfimma a pleasant snrprir • for 1 those a ho attend Wedding Announcement. The wedding has been announced nt J Mis« Bertha Hniln of Martins Ferrt land James Stark, ,n employe of the Wheeling corrugating onnptin. as I’lrwlleepnr The wedding I to take i' S'e n« «he evening of April J«I at the ; home of the hr Id. j| Aboul People || Mr* r K *p\m'- «f • rrpnn r* • » *•' ’ me M nr - ,* » •'(rr' *« a fra 4a, a | Mr •an Mr* I ark- l»bi iip. r.if \ra I * ' Iff •k»f« (hr pm mi fra 4a«a bar* *r»r • kr «*ra>i ,4 "dr and Mr* 'N'lraa4 *4 Tara,* fanrtk !>'raa karr rr- irard *«•> Thr ik'aa' an* *4 Mr aa 1 Mra « m War*-* a* 'hr «n k <d> < rmna •« f*»aa * af'rV tar.. I * Wr-Kiatar ffcr |rna mrnt r «, • ” raa *nr«4* and rriafkar* ag >br flnatk «Mr M «» »i«(* *f >k« < it» n «ara»ad • ?ra 4a,. ’»■"»« kk br -fcrr Hah rr* 4*ralt <a I'rfkr raknra »* •*"* J » VlfrlMt nf j farkrrahar, .r- m -hr rW, .,_nd.aa a fra da,a ,"r**-n( 'hr Iaa4*« rr «!»al «*rr'ia«a a, ,k* <alr*r*arlr M* at,4 Mr* N f M<4 «ltwk k*<> •r*a*r«d frna, a * rral arrka inp ta br Mi'k Mr M*t ai xk r» an * b ana* Are You Fat? You know you can not stay fa*, don 11 rw? Thai la, you can aot bo fat and b. in sty le The day whew a rat woman waa tolerated la passed Nowaday* all ! women mwat be la proportion or be rkdlc aloua. Thla does not meon you should become skinny. however Tou should not «et below the hard rieah line. All you j ought to lose |s the bulky fat That done you will rind yourself to be s well-form ed and therefore handsome woman Now. how csn this be done- By exer ' islng and dieting* Tee. and no. These two means will bring some results, but not easily nor soon one la very hard work; the other Is torture Besides neither can be depended on to cause a uniform reduction. They may take off a fleshy shoulder, for example, and leave the double chin untouched What you need.you seeds something pleasant to take that without Injury to your health will take the fat off uniformly and qutrklv. say at the rate of a pound a day or so, until It Is all gone where you want It to go. For this purpose nothing Is less ex pensive. safer or simpler than Marmots ITeacrlptlon Tablets. Inexpensive be cause one large case, costing 75 cents only, will produce result*, safe because they cause p« wrinkles or stomach trou ble. hut rather Improve the health and complexion, if anything, and simple, lie cause they do all the work without ask ing thought or effort on the part of the laker In short, they are the ANVVTER If you are fat and wlah to be thlnn-r If your druggist Is of the better kind he will have them. If not. write the licensees. The Mvrmola t'ompany. 1150 Farmer Rid;., l>etro|t, Mich. several Southern cities visited. Mrs. II. ii. Bowden, who has been suffering with a severe attack of pneumonia at her home on Four teenth street, was reported slightly Improved laat evening. C. T. Barnes, of Washington, Pa., was a business visitor in the city yes terday. Sidney Jones, of Alliance. Ohio, who is att> ndtng Mt. Union t'ollege. re turned yesterday, for the Easter va cation. Robert Higgins will go to Pittsburgh 0. 1 Sunday, where he will spend a short time on business. Mrs. s Ueilnbaugh. of West Liberty, is visiting friends in the city. Mrs. W. T. Hurt, of the Island, and Mrs. E. Alexander, have returned home aftet . long visit in tin- Sunny South Mr. and Airs. Garrett Arns, of North Main street, are the proud parents of son. The heir arrived on Tuesday. Air. and Mrs, C, t*. Thompson, of I It * letc n, \V. Va.. are spending a few tiav> Ir. this city as the guest of friends. Mis. Harlan <'ourtrlght. of Mnunds vllle, was visiting local relatives, yes terday. Among i he business callers spe nding a I* w day s In Wheeling Is J G. IV vaul. ot Mcodsfleld, tihlo. H. It. Warfield, of Morgantown, Is listed among the West Virginians In Whci ling for a !< w days. Mi. and Mrs. G. <} Barger of Smlth tield, Vi. Va, are visiting for a few iluv. In the city. I!. It. Md’loy. of Munde, Ind . Is sreooing n ft w days In this vicinity. 1 to- nafter business Interests. s- mar; Roy it, Naylor, of the I'-ttirfi of Trade. Is conilm-d to his lutine by i. slight Illness. UUtle Deputy F\ E. Simmons, of I n -ahannon. W. Va.. Is spending sev eral days In Whet ling, looking after :Jit* l-i.t li sts of the Modern Woodmen ot .vnierltii In this vicinity. D. J. Sinclair, of S;_jbenvllb*. was a but in. ss taller, her.* yesterday. \\. A. Howley. of Pittsburgh, assls '.mt engineer of tin* p c. p a st. L l*. I: i 'umpony. s|ieiit yesterday In ti het llng. o i business. I*. McGregor, of t'alro. w. Va., vvi s a business calter h.-rc yesterday. Ii P F'aitington. of New York Ulty. Is look‘ng after buslnt ss matt, rs here • his wick .'••lilt P Lewis, of Panama, 111., Is to Wheeling on a brief business visit ii . S. Smu r.'l, of i'iivrksburg. and W. • ■ Hdkcv. of Grafe'on. ure local busl 1. esji v isltors. •*irs. G-tirgc Henson, of Belmont, W Va.. is the guest o' Mrs. Falwartl R. g • is. «i hi r horn* on North Main slrei t On Tuesday iiay 7lh. the atite school hook commission will hold Its : primary meeting for file purpose of receiving bids from agent* of the dif ferent book companies intending to bid on the hook supply for the ut.vle of West Virginia lor the ensuing five years. On Tuesday, •June 4th. the i bids will be open ul and the contract [lor the furnishing of the book* to the | s< hoola In this state will be l-t Frof. . f S llrilles, principal of the Wheeling High school; Ocnernl T S lliley ami ITof .1 T Shaw, principal of the West l.lberty State Normal school nr<- the local members of the hook commission, which Is appointed by ■ the governor of the state For th« past few days a wander ing hull dog has been roaming around , the street* on the South Side and pedestrians are In danger of being bitten unless something Is done with | the ratline Several people report having narrowly escaped being at I tacked bv the dog A man g dng home from work found It necessary to fight Mow to Avoid I )octor tiilln i *r ^m ni s-a txfM | a* \l cCAIMN* S 01 AIJTV GROCER. ii « r riaxi m »•<* r>.M V lit! »f ht»f fn«llj t»* \ « realm Ktatter • ►a* lt*e pe-Tle a* V Krrl i"< ► ate ►era wai'i** ftte Rl WOT mi MMMSS I -earn to Dance al the Becker Da newt* Academy 'V« I wit a« ' arrt>! ' at Malta ••a frltata i«aaaa a-*** aat mb* ’«* •••» Call Va* rtmaa i«a»y . off U* brut* with hta dinner bucket The police hare been searching lor the dog and will probably shoot it —The house located at JUT Woods street, which was wracked by a gas explosion some time ago. Is sow being remodeled and a force of nten started on Wednesday morning under Cow tractor John Murphy and the work will be rushed to completion Th* reason for th* work being delayed was that the dispute as to who should pay for the work could not be settled. —"Cub. geddle sprig.” is the prayer of the man with a cold. —Yesterday t weather was a mix ture of sunshine and shadow, rain and thunder, ball and snow— but, 'snow matter, spring is here now. —Assessor Henry Frohme has re ceived a consignment of government seeds from Sena'or Watson, and par ties desiring them can secure them by calliug at Mr. Frohme s office In the county building. They consist of both flower and garden seeds. —The case of W. B. Sloane vs. The B. a O. R. R. Co. has been appealed from the court of Justice Bailey to the Circuit Court, the papers having been Died yesterday. In the lower court the plaintiff secured a Judg ment for $243 80 an interest. —The board of commissioners went up to Glenn's Kun yesterday after noon to decide on the location for the placing of 29 poles to be put In by the Boll Telephone Company. The board decided at a former meeting to visit the grounds betoie giving ttie desired permission. —The committee on claims of the city council will hold a meeting on Friday evening to consider the claim against the city of Frank Ritter, of North Wheeling, for damages to his property. —A bad runaway was narrowly averted yesterday about noon by the prompt action of Detective Fred Fraz ier. of the local police force, when he stopped a frightened horse which was dashing madly down Market street, near Fifteenth street. The horse was attached to one of the wagons of th* Flelscbmann Yeast company. No dam age wa sdone. —Flans are now under preparation for the celebration of tue feast of Fassover to be held early next month by the members of the congregation cf the Koff street temple A special sermon will be preached by Kabbl Abram Frill.' —In the matter of involuntary bankruptcy of frank P. Hess, of Cam eron. Attorney K P Hunter, of this city, was yesterday appointed re ceiver. 'le gaxe the required bond of 14.500. —A declaration of intention of be < omlng an American citizen was nled yesterday before Commissioner fteorge K Boyd in the I'nlted States District Court by Vincent IkrCamilly, uged 21 jiars. Camllly is a ntlve of Italy, but is now r. siding at Twel'th and Ct.apline St Vets. He wished to enlist in the t'nited Stairs army, but it Is necessary to first take out naliiraliza tlon papers. An up-to-di le filing system is being installed In the offices of the Associated Charities The system will make the work of the office more dili-lint. OUT THE-PIKE Horse Sale at Fulton To-Day. The horse sale to b? conducted at Fulton by Sax k Fatterson to-day. promises to be well attended, a great mail pec pi* from out tie pika AU> trict and especially from the country will attend. A great many farmers i' - ''set of their horses on account of the h'gh cost of feed last fall, anl uni now nave 10 replenish their stock ! for spr ug work. Baseball Fever. A great many youngsters have been tak ng advantage of the fine weather 'he last few days and are using the varan* lots along the pike for baseball , diamonds. At most any time of the i day they can be found enjoying them ! selves In the open a'.r. Fulton Fire Department Meeting. The Fulton volun'trr fire depart ment held a slier ai meeting at the hose house on the National road, when I the old lu ae was tested to see It !t was in u» cable condition Kight • lengths were f .und U.'*■ no good The balance of the hor will be Inspected : to night For Satisfactory Concrete Work. Call THE C B KIMBEBLV CO.. Office gchinulbach lltt.ldlng Both Phone* Substitute Appointed O Itotiald Mrlntlre. brother of |, P Mrlncre, who '• confined i<> the North Wheeling hosp tal with »n attack of i diphtheria, was appointed to fill the vacancy at the Woodsdale school un til his brither returns to his duties The man« fnsnd of Vr Mrlntlre will he pleased to know that he • mtyror I '.ng ref* n rely snd wilt socn b*- able I ltv |e*re the hospital Out the Pike Pee*cna>* a*d Br ets Mrs James Johnson is rrp<rte| to he alightly improved al her home m Oesggv i me W itliam Peter* has finished paint • ne • he aeepsfv for the new tine ai»‘ Th* rt>f|* of nri't'fi ahr* hi<r Mrrrflai aroaatato tha Rial Orr.ro •flatnr-t for *Ha laat tao toil to*t •oa*ortoaf for I a'oti'r*** fa *o to • otoa an-'hrr nraaa :m Or a'rao* A V#» MOtol af (anfila 'rata not •too fho olll afirwl fha ioMw f ot Rarh i too roar a* hi* r*-r*4r am ao < ra#*T arroaa '"too. % *00*001 Ntor * tooi artooMI | w«a >41 a ‘1*00*4 for •Ota TW 1 m t fo t;r- «# nffaat hao • for o 4 woo la" ao o a at rot* at Mart * • » Mot IoMT laa ■-o 00a 4 *• rtoorrh at Mo Utatr oo4ro Mo’ Aaoara aro lo >•.« i*>4 a ftoo at •toto’rtow ooo’ M- f'altar* tor "to* Maaoh I a o4 « a HaatH Mo! am Mr ao4 Mo* Ttoaooot Ml a' »**• «ota*4> > a* or oMa I if *0 11*0 haaaoa atr aa at*at Of faaoal ' ■ « tor* far Wna art tola faOllt *T IQ M aato M4*<w fa to ha o*a raw toao a* ftoo *roa*to 004 at TnoMthO aato Ooa arrofato a mo 'mo la 'too aartw •to*W -t tMo »kao<>t( MaM * fantii • ooaoaat *• 'h* Mam-hi a»oo a .oh a Mr* % to f*oofl at 1*4001*1 a Mar a a'wh* itloaaa af toar tona ■ at to T tool* to o* lat oa"H *0*1004* oa *1*0 *44 'mo to 'to* tot * iurrai - to arc to ** K3w t.roro t to Ktortrta rofroao* ot ,04 tto* 1 to 10-1 ftafWt* ■ nwtma* tto to torltw • »o a toaoioao* rollat <04 I to* 41*0 t »«4ar4of | 1 ho 4 ah*, r ha a ftfrota if40a* art TW Store IWt Satisfies.” Rompers for Children New and distinctive styles are presented, made of fabrics that will stand the rub of the tub or the stren uousness of nursery play. Sizes from 6 months to 8 years. 50c to $1.50 HeadWear for Children Attractive Hats are shown for both little bovs and girls. Colorings to match the little Topcoats and ex quisitely styled. Made of felt or stray. 50c to $6 Tarine Moth Bags and Moth Sheets are what you need to preserve your Clothing from the ravages of moths during the summer months. THE HUH Head to Foot Outfitters. Fourteenth and Market Sts. -- - . i__ m. jurr T _—-;—. ■ SILVER PLATED WARE 0 s ■ i . Attractively Priced . • We show a special line of fine plated “ j wares to which we direct your attention. J 0 Flat ware—such as knives, forks 0 A and spoons. A a Hollow wares —such as fruit « - dishes, bowls, teas, etc. » • The goods are now displayed in our ■ window. We will he pleased to show you our entire line of high quaity plated A - wares. «» _ j i l THE SILVER SHOP [ ff. c/. Lukens Co, ONE PRICE JEWELERS ' ft 131+MARKET ST “Billy” Can Tell (You How You Ought to Live and “Bill” knows—Why-? Because he has made it a life study. That is his business— Making You Live Better • OUR BUSINESS IS Making You Look Better If you doubt our ability, just come around "the first time foi cunoaity,” .itter that it a ill be because Mjo« want to.” “MAL” D. FLEMING THE TAILOR. 22 T»«tftl> Stn* —i Ha * all W Minium u» llw «f k Hmtf Mo*4. at L Phipps Tailored Hals * I »t Salt Ifrttt . 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