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T-^.y. AufuM 20. mt STONE & THOMAS r*.
'1 •• ' -- ■ - ■ — .. ..
All Kinds of Towels
At August Sale Prices
Cotton Hue* Towels, size 18x36, Op All Linen Towels, size 18x36. 1C-,
eac^. extra weight; each. AOC
Fant\ All Linen Towels, damask ^Kp Heavy All Linen Huck Towels, 1
borders; each. w size jQx36;each.. A.«/C
Union Linen Towels, size 19x39, heavy
and very serviceable; 12^2C
Embroidery Outfits
Of Pure Linen Crash
A PURE linen crash top with back or a pure linen
center with enough floss to entirely finish OC
• .the design; outfit for.'. ZOC
\ Renaissance Scarfs Austrain Drawn Covers
Three panels with drawn work centers, Three and five draws, size 3ox3o. elab
regularly SI.25 and Si.50; QQp ^ate drawn designs, regularly OQ/»
^special. 40c anj 5qc. Specja|.
New Scrim Curtains
-SPECIAL
A LOT of Scrim Curtains just received. Two and one
n half yard lengths—in white, cream, ecru and hcm
stitcht—with lace edging. Dainty for bed- •* in
rooms. Choice of six patterns,Tuesday, pair '{•l.iy
Also vie place on sale Monday 5oo pairs s,|] length Net Curtains in cream, C?-! ^ A
white and ecru, at special...
Stone & Thomas
r.. .' - , _ __
ENDORSE KRUPP
At Veet'eq of Republican Conferera
Saturday Night. Strong Resolu
tion* war* Adopted.
!» fa understood aenerally that »
large number of the conferee* eeleri
ed *t the dlatrln meeting* Patordav
evening for *h" *udirial convention to
be fc*’!d In ’hlnrltv In Peptember. are
In favor of the rcnomlnatmn of .indge
H C Hervev of Hrnnke county. and
the nomination of W K Krupp of this
eltv In Centre dlatrlc*. * resolution
*a» paaaed endorsing Attorney \V K
Krupp and a similar resolution was
paa«»d 1n ciav dlarrict White there
was no endorsement of Mr Krupp In]
at>v of the other dtatric*a the sent|.
trent was vert favorable *o hla aeler
tion
I* there Is anr sentiment for *he
andr'sem* nt of anr (temorratle ran
<1ldata It was not visible at the dia
trlet rneetioaa. a* all those attending
•teemed t0 be deatroiia of plnrjnft 'wo
atrona Republican* on th» ticket »(,r
'he two lutljfe*Iiip* If I* tpe rain:,
latlon of both partle* to reoierf
Jiidce Hervet end It seem* bit re
election I* e<'iH untler any rir
ctjmafanre*
LAND SHOW
Will be Considered at Meeting of tne
Executive Committee of Wr*t
Virginia Board of Trade
on Monday
An Impofant meettn* of the •«
enjflve mpim|f>re of the Wnxt yir.
rlala Roard of Trade win be held in
fhi* rtf \fondav, Ancuxt when
mafter* relative to the f'bi
' ado l and Show wilt bo considered
= -II
Tno »hn»- o|>*n< Novomhor and ar
rnncomonta nr* prngr. t-sing rapidl
for tho W>n Virginia oyhlhtt
Armngornoni* mil »]ao mad<> fnr
fnnoal mooting of th» Hoard
*h -h w|.| tw- hold In Morgantown
notnhof - and't \ottro« of tho m-«f
!*g * or" aont ng, t„ *ho momhorv of
’ho oominlttoo .* tordat hv Soorptar'
Nov ft. Naylor.
Ooo of tho moat o-,mm„n a
rp*t h.if'i work nr pfoplr .,ro nfTUrro>*
fth i« laoio hark Apply fhamhor
-Mitts I.tntmont t«.ro a day :.r.n ma*
• ago - ho parts thoroughly at oaoh ap
f” r:»»'on. nnd von will go, n,l!rk fl.
t o for aalo h. all dr-tgglata
0. Ed Mendel 6 Co.
A-°
,,Cgn,nlgh7ro7W ’ ‘ii'.ni,
Geo. E. JOHNS Co.
j Lingerie Dress SaTe
W, offr, ou, .lock o* Fr.och Moll. Vo*. Dmoo. .nd M„,q„o.„. fw.
1-2 PRICE
AM new. fre«h end dainty No muwd or am led yood*
SILK DRESSES
IJNXN DRESSES ^ ™
I .AWN DRESSES I
OINGHAM DRESSES * ™ I F1CC
WASH SKIRTS
ReUnre of tHe iriion i moat deairaMe
I ailorcd Wool Suits
l«*nr Choice $10.85 and $12.85
I ormer Prwea $24 SO and $18 SO
Spnr'at mIf of all l.inyef-o> Wa<«ti
BOND RESIGNS
FROM LINSLY
1 ACTION MADE KNOWN AT MEET
INC OF TRUSTEES YES
TERDAY.
Mr. Rond Will Engage In Business
and His Successor Not Chosen
—Other Matters are Con
sidered.
At a meeting of the board of true
ie«*a of IJnsly Institute, held vester
day, much business preparatory to th*
opening of the annual fall term sti
transacted, and It was decided topper
the school for thn nlnty-elghth sea.
slon. Wednesday morning^ Septetn'
ber 11th.
The resignation of Prof. Marcus
Bond, who has been a member of the
faculty for a number of veers, was ac.
cepted and a committee composed ol
1>r- J I- Dickey. Rev Jacob Brttting
ham, D. D-; and Prof Wjlttam Me
lure, was appointed to select a per
son to fill the vacancy The resigns
tion of Prof. Bond came as a surprise
and as yet no one has been suggested
to take his place He Intends retir
ing from the profession of leaching
and will enter business
Prof William T. Mcltire was re
elected principal and will have full
charge of the Institution during the
coming year. Various reports and ac
counte were filed and carefully con
sldered. and In addition, much rou
tine business was aransacted.
The building will be repaired and
Improvementa of an extensive nature
will he trade The rooms will be re
papered and decorated, while the eg
terlor will be re painted.
The report showed the school to
he In a flourishing condition, and the
indications are that the next year will
he one of the most successful In the
history of the Institution. An unusual
lv large enrollment Is egpectert this
'ear With the present faculty ami
the courses offered. I.lnslv is rapidly
becoming one of the foremost instl
lion* of learning In this vicinity.
STOLEN MONEY
IS RECOVERED
MOUNOSVILLE MAN OVERJOYED
AT THE RECOVERY.
Money Was Found in Room of tho
Man Who Wat Arrested
For the Crimo.
Mrs. Itnrrv MrMullrn. of Wells
tuiru. Who wns vlsltlnk' h-r mother,
Mrs Amhros- Kurar-t of Moundsvllte,
While rummaging through the ward
robe of the h't'ise yeaterdav Hft-rru>on
shortlv after one o'clock found th*
money that was stolen about two
weeks ago front William t;rn-. %
Scotchman. who was boarding at tho
ll'ilMrtl lom
t'lTIrer fi.nlev Of Mntmdsv tile, was
-alle t and th— mone wvas turned n- er
to him lie at once took th— monev
to Pros, ruling Attorney R f I’ar
t'fnn at hl« ofrier, where the money
was Counted an<l It was found that
the porker * book contained «■>:« nr
f« less than the amount claimed Sv
Orav. There was three non bills,
thirteen $?.o hills two nn bills, and
eight $1 bill*. It Will be re ailed
that lira v |,,st th- money while
asleep and when h- awoke during
’he night h, found Jack McQuMUnd.
In his rcom
Metjulllard has heen held In th
count* tall at Mounds- lit., awaiting
a hearing I-- fore a squire. Me m as
re|»a- ■ d 'rem tali tts'erdav „n his
. wn recogntzanre to appear at a pre
liminary h-arlng th. date to he fixe J
later.
flra*. was at work at th- Panama
eoai mine south *»f the r|t- nt|f. was
notle.l el.otlt three O , to. k that he
mfiore* hnd been recot crc»J and his
' o can or It- ho appreriati d hr the
few who hate had »»|eh -tp> rltare t.
The m--net was found in the ward
r-ie in th,. room where MrQuiMant
anti lewis the other man who w-as
release,} slept an I li Is Ilk e} v that
MrQo||i;,nd wilt he h. I>| to await the
anion of th, next grand Jury.
SECT. ROUTZAHN
Of thy International Tnbrreuioj.,
*octe«y. W II p. In City i«j
Deliver Addreaa
Atlflotirir. iprpl «u mtde terdar
•hot F fj Ron'zahn of Mrdr I’nrk.
fhlrapo held nwrr’irr of the intern’
*lm»*l Tiihrrrnloaia Pori»tv »|"
' V" In »hfa r|tv Ifi-ilnp dj» to aprn)
<t*?P In the in'rreel if,. f|gf|f
re.nn«f th>. white pin cue While In
'h« el'y he nil' deliver eevera* talk*
op the din«n«e and w|i hn'd aerrral
renfereneen w'th peranna who »re In
t> rra’rd In 'hr work of et"*rmina'lnv
S*'retart Roittaahn la ntaklnp *
to'ir of th» roimtrt onder the an
'flora of the tn'ernn'lonnl Tnherrii
loala Soriett whfrh la nrot 'nr one
'he pT»a'eet fnrtnra In the an’l
tithernilorla ran,pairn and he • no
'' 'he room' arrive {irraona enitynt
the wn-h to dat In a 'etter in 'he
Aaro. latefl f'harlt'ea voarrdat he
Ilf pod th»' aeyrrn rnttferenrea wf'h
per* on a Ilf rfea'rd in 'he eaftlfa rn
• id ‘he Imh ii r nefatly he arranped
lie la eapeetpllr a it f Ion a fn mee'
■ ttraea
Mr limit rahn war 'n 'he rut for a
I* or' 'lute aat M»"h and while her.
»>d« IT. ini frienda Me rfpreta in
'»tra • • 'the. nt nr* after F-V
♦»* ard tt la 'ikair 'ha' arranpe
ffk'a will he made fn have him ptve
irlfl'oMoa tt#>fnr#> it p |»*ihttr
NEGRESS HELD
'Vraay fk« |*' e« the Trine Pnavate'
Otw»firt W• "op« Pnra peer Ovfr
Mead a«d *a M*iit to th»
fi'tait Jury
I'eafl Mill nepreaa an 'nma'e of
he rweov* eondnrted hr kllme Mntr'
'* Twenty flfrh afreet enpaped In a
' * *'*h Tnnv Wnaa a foreigner who
ee rnme *o vtwtf her Pnndat n pht
ird dnrlnp 'he hph' whvh larteif for
TP^P Plfitl’w the fif|trat a'frr k]

We Launder
Tour Stlm, Col’.art. CuSt tad
'Vftit far tuper.or to all
wlin.
Lutz Bros.
T,t..try
Ptea* «?a. 1904-!SM«uii'
w» J. nm ma
Pure Jersey
Ice Cream
and
Fresh Home Made
Candy
Alex. Durst’s Sons
true. Men’s and Women's
$4 00 Oxford Ties.. 92.15
$3.50 Oxford Ties 91.05
$2 50 Oxford Tics. 91.00
Bovs' and Girls,' were $2 00
to $2 50 . 9 1 25
John Dinger
Sweeping
Reductions
;! To Reduce
i Stock
1 Our fall stock will arrive
about Sept IMh. and in or
• der to make room for unit
li we have decided to make
'' sweeping reductions on our
entire line. Absolutely noiti
ing reserved. Come early.
Repairing
VC'e do quick and ausfa:
torv VC'arch. Clock and Fine
.lewcirv repairing.
H. E. Hillman
QUALITY GOODS ONLY
Gold and Silveramith Houte,
ZF eleventh Street.
*=■ ---*
To the number
' - -1!
will ho awarded the Vic
tnr-\ irtrola.
JOHN
COLEMAN
CO.
r
Hn«« in 'hr h«"u1 « |th a rhma mntiry
ban*. Inflir'ln* .« bad wn md
Hnrrr K 'lh-d ar*'H*t
•b** *'r r iw>'t- < r -in <. >nrd*r
mnrtun* and 'he «aa hHd In ih»
rrar t Jtir* nnd* r linn h-nd *h'’»
llt« n ■ ftpnd $1 a'd rn»»« *nf ImtrC
d.rnrdrrly
POLICE COURT
v»»trrday Morning W»*
*•«•»»» T»*» ard W ifh rr«
OHrnrt*r»
Thr rraatni) nf pn tm raijr| rra'rr
n«* mnm n* ruth nr *aror ,« • n»
fr« raff<-ndrr' l.rnnrV in had wild
'harr»« a*ain«* ih»m. and tarn „f
'f>m nrrr 'i.rnrd '«nm • iihngt N*
i-« fln< 1
■Inn Mi.rlir and Hnn*rd Ollira had
dr'in* 'hart-* nan *• ihnni h’t* *•
rr n»i • >K..~ p..,^ ,pj»)fw( pn
i'rn rnnri hrlufr and hn*h »»rr
n nrh a« mnn fhrt vafr rrlnarnd
' •**'*• M-rd r< llrllnaat «|| flnrd
f at d r.»«*a for twin* dram*
M**d llainn and <>ai|M pttnm
*'fr arral«n> d r ' *f»n<l wi'h n*h»
*r* an1 a« It «»• •( >>«r * h v W Inn
* »• * hr ranar nf «nn hglflr, h* aa<
’ - ' ' •• ! ■ OM * h r Rnd * nf
"#f wflfh S' and rnaia
a* »* ' t. a r■' *4.. a- * nnn *a'f *imrs I
1 w'"m «T* s#
Geo. R. Taylor Co."
“ The Progressive Store' *
Our Ready-to-Wear Department Offer* Two Good
Numbers in
DRESSES
FOR EARLY FALL WEAR
SPECIAL. LADIES’
Serge Dresses
All colors—that particular color or hue vou have In mted
is here on display—neatly made up in the latest d»«’gnf
for Autumnal wear.
SPECIALLY PRICED AT
at $6.95 each
Pretty Autumn
DRESSES
of Charmeuse
in black blues—brom-ns and taupe—showing some of the
recently designed fashions now much in vogue in the east.
special SI 9.75 each
As nearly every American lady is busv selecting the
styles for their Fall Dresses at this time we bring forth our
Dress Goods
Department
in due season and offer some of the newest creations in the
heavier materials.
WHITE AND COLORED
Broadcloth
in fan slate—seal—pink—rose and navy—featuring paste!
shades. Comes 52 inches wide.
$3.50 Quality for $2.50
$2.50 Quality for $1.89
PENCIL STRIPT
SERGE
WHITE WITH BLACK
36 in—42 in.—44 in. wide
50c, SI.00, SI.25 a \ard
SERGE
54 inches wide
BLUE WITH WHITE STRIPE
BLUE WITH COPENHAGEN STRIPE
$2.00 Yard
BLUE WITH GREEN STRIPE
BLUE WITH RED STRIPE
COMES 44 INCHES WIDE
$1.50 Yard
Storm Serge
F<rR-,-^ESSES AN? SUITS—iin tan—taupe—Sandalwood
—Lo^enhagen—orchid—navy—golden—seal and black.
42 in. wide $! 00 quality
79c ) ard
1913 SERGES
FOR DRESSES
PLAIN AND FANCY
Shepherd check—blue and green—Rob Roy—Tauo*—
orchid—browns—white—navy—black 7
Width 33 inches—Popular Priced
50c Yard
Children s Colored Dresses
at Vi Price
formerly sold up TO $2 00
'°l .u'J,Cu c,e,r,nc'“ Thes* dresses are the product of one
of the best manufacturer* in this line Very-tastefully
trimmed. Made of Gingham and Pereas ^
Market Street Floor—Left A-sle. 1
UNTRIMMFD
Baby Baskets and Hampers
.IMPORTED STOCK,
Neatly designed and constructed of willow and fane*
T -a*ed *tr,m Some mounted on stands wtth tray under
neath—all have s>de handles.
50e up to $4.00 each
MHITE HAND-PAtffTFD
Infant's Toilet Sets
for fitting or the aheyf baskets Some in solitaire e»nk
and in solitaire light blue
50e to $2.00 per srt
beep Posted—Read Me Cal Is
^'e^^yjorTThojcpfare

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