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Tuaaday, Apr,, «. ,*11. STONE & THOMAS Th. Wa*l*r_F.,r.
-- " ' ■ ' ■ ■ ■■■ ======^g— Combination Bed Sale Fine Brass Bed, Mattress and A A /v Spring, Worth Separately A fjll $40.90 to Be Sold Together for —■ —— IJERE’S a combination offer that involves a saving of $8.40 on the com i rP,ete outfit~an opportunity which no housewife in need of a first class Bed complete can afford to overlook. Included in this offer are— One Brass Bed just like the cut, has 2-inch posts, lVi-inch fillers and 1%-incb cross tubes, will not tarnish and lacquer will not come off—worth $27.50. One National Spring, fully guaranteed has 6-inch risers, will not sag or rattle—worth $4.50. One 50-pound Superior Felt Mattress in one or two parts, built of the best materials and covered with good qual ity ticking—worth $8.90. The entire outfit as described above and worth seperatelv S40.00 will be on sale today—only ^ ^ one outfit to a customer—at the C|| special price, complete. In connection with this combination bed sale we offer ‘ hoice of all our Sample Iron Beds at greatly reduced prices: | $18-00 White Enameled Iron Beds at.$12.50 Each $15.00 White Enameled Iron Beds at.$10.00 Each j $12.00 White Enameled Iron Beds at.$ 7.50 Each $ 5.50 White Enameled Iron Beds at.$ 3.98 Each $ 2.68 White Enameled Iron Beds at.$ 1.98 Each These Beds are in alipost perfect condition. j —Also a tew sample Mattresses at prices in keeping with the economy spirit of the sale. Continuing the Stock-Reducing Sale of STONE & THOMAS COUNTY COURT Marriage License*. Alfred singleton Pauli and Mary Virginia Sands, both of this city. John R. fJreer. 21. and Malvini Ihrf, 21. i*»th of Pittsburgh. Realty Deeds Filed. Mar' Mlll#*r to Kda Johnston, par cel of ground on t'haplino street. mn rldmtlon. $lu I.ucv Mackltn t«» Anton (Vwnnka, rare. | of ground »*n Jacob street, con sideration. $I<V Martin (Mark and Kva t*Inrk to Mra William Wolfe, parcel of ground in bouth W»irw«*od. consideration. Ho. Bill of Sala Fred Kass< rman to Henry Meeker, one *et of horse shoeing tools, ronsbl mtlon, $125. Deed* of Trust. Four deeds of trust were left f r record with th#* county < lerk yes*# r day. POLICE COURT f»nl\ four eff^nder* were arraigned yesterday m**rnif g !n polo e court, one a rd« n drunk dtsordrrl ycondurf Antho* % M'-An draws, a resident 'if ♦hi* < tv wren te employed on the g«#\ernrmnt t»oat, nod ruff s th< fl rat irrul gned Me admitted th it he bad been drunk for several days and w a* le* down w|t|» t e minimum John I »*►* and Ren Newmll’er of Mar tina Kerr) W*Sr ir'rC»«J v. mdgW ntgbt for f'fiMn* T *r.e t-<eaded g dlty to t'» < f i r w Vew udller did r ♦ strike the foreigner, and this le* »be |.ist named defendant d» wn with the minimum While !»«*. was a* seased %* and e*t« Join #• fall-, engaged In a battle with a foreigner S mda • aft**rur»of| and was fined $’ and rosts AUTO DIRECTORS Will Sold Meet tag la Beard of Trade Booms This Evening to Discuss Interesting Matter* A spe» iaI rn.e# ()| f is#. directors of I the Ohio Valley Auto club been called f.»r this evening at *> o'clock. and will l»«* held In the Hoard of Trade l ro**ms In the Market Auditorium. At tention will he gl\en several special | matters, and it is Itkelv resolutions will he adopted fnvur.mi concrete founda tions under all paving I Matters relating to good roads and streets u-ll l*e g> nrrallv discuss#* 1, xind jit is prohahl*- that some resolution will I be draft' d and presented t«* county an l ’>it\ officials. asking them to place , • orcrete foundation under alt brick or | asphalt paving in order to make it more ( permanent. COMMISSION MEET • Iri Fairmont Tomorrow to Discuss Semi-Centennial Matters—Local Men to Attend. Th** \\ e»i Virgin.!) semi-centennial romrnlHHion will h«>ld a meeting In 1 I'alrmnnt to-morrow afternoon for the i purpose of considering manv Import • :int mutter* concerning the < oiehra tion and golden jubilee ||, thi* citv next June Arrangements will prob ! nblv he completed f,,r bringing the I cadet corps of the Sta*t unlvt rally to) Wheeling in participate In the t ele hration. an<l the winners In the poetn and song contest will also !»• an nounced and the prizes awarded Treasurer It. Walker Peterson anti Secretary John K. Day, of this clt>. ; will attend tomorrow it meeting in Fairmont, and It Is likely that Mayor H I. Kirk, tjeorce <>. Nagle and Hoy I* Naylor, representing the local com mittees, will also attend. WABWOOD RESIDENTS PETITION rOB OPENING OP mi.I. BOAD Wt a meeting of the . ounty commis sioner* testerday morning if was de. ruled to often u|i the north end of ti e T"p Mill road, itno *fe w..rk will t>e * I'' i - e I n-s! lately T' * tleclstfin w-as made folios lug I e appearance i.ef-ce the hoard of Attornet Sherltlan Moore rep rtsentipg tie resident* of \Varwood Tlie rem.iln le' .tf f h road lies within the City limit*, amt city offi. mis have Seen requested t .1 open t-u- roit-l f<v travel but de ire 1 at It Impassable However It |s conlentte I Iftal s T* tv “ork would put tie mad in 1 r best Of condition, and It Is underspent •bat thf it baa been given t rertaln period of tune In Which to «r 1 „n the req .es- ..f Wiornl residents If the r<cid ts n>t| **penc.| for trawl in this I Mme limit, a suit will he Instituted A WOMAN’S PROBLEM In the looking-glass a w. man often *e.-» wrinkle*, hollow circles under eyas, "crow a feet ' all because she did not turn to the right remedy whan worn flown with those trouble* which are distinctly feminine. Rackache. headache, pains, latitude, nervousnesi and drains upon vitality - bring untold suffering to womanhood and tha face s'iows it. The nervous mUm and the entire womanly make up feel* the tonic effect of DR- PIERCE’S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION. nmoa* ridUKHtf, irritability. ntrvofM rib*<>*t»on and o ncr autrraaing pymptrma rommonly attendant uin-n fitnrlional ar d organic . **• *b# f«*mtnin* offwu. It irdu<*«a r*frr*hing al«*#p and ralirvaa matiul ana.aty and d^r-orw^nry. Known ^fywhrrs and for over 40 y««r* ** , ' ataodnrd ramrdf f'>r thtdia^aara of woirrn. Your dmlcr in medirtnaa K !B or W'-eotlH tablat form; or you ran a*r>d W ont-ccat tovrHm Praarrtptint) tab I r la. Addrnaa Ur. R. V. Piarr#, Invalid* Haiti and Surgical Inatituta. Buffalo, N. Y. DR. PIERCE'S PLF.ASAVT PELLETS REGULATE AND INVIGORATE BTOMACH. LIVER AND BOWFIA SI ’GAR-COATED TINY GRANULES. Geo. E. Johns Go. We Are Showing New Summer Dresses for Women In plain and Fancy Cotton Crepes, Voiles, Linens and Lingerie fabrics in a diversity of smart styles. The selection includes both elaborate and plain models in distinctive indi vidual designs, displaying the combination of color and materials that will dominate the Summer Fashions. SPECIAL—-100 French Linen and Ratine Dresses, White and CM A^ Colored; $7.50 Values for 4 CITY GARDEN CLUB CONTES! NOTED EXPERT HERE 8A TURDA TO om: EXPLANATION I Movement Inaug-nratsd by Collar* c AfTicaitor* to Erooarwg• Back Lot 0«rdmr. 1 An.I now the dty resident i* to r« jceiv* the attention of the College « Agriculture of West Virginia unlverrlt; • The corn growing an 1 tomato gmwtn • «»nte*t* have been *<» aucceaaful limnn i the rural boy* and gtrla that the wor ih to extended to include the hov and girla t»f the dties I'or the latte ' garden content* are being arrange. .«nd a rnoxement 1* already well undr I nay here to carry the work forth «■ I an extensive scale Export Coming. The agricultural extension depar1 j nient han *ecured the aervh es of Mr . j I*. Randall, eupervlaor of Children • Hardens at Pit* burgh. fa . for the wee ••f April the 21st. and on Saturday # jfhat week he will he In thin city an deliver hi* Illustrated lecture on "<*hlh f.M* Carden* In other ntle*.' Aeon partying Mr Randall. will come Mr 1 JV Sheets, who tin* charge of the Wei ' irgtnla bovs and girls' dub nor* fr ti e extend..* department ar«1 the f*ntl e*l S at-* government In co-operatlo with l“« a I *«• hoo| me* he will complet • n organtxaf Ion and start the enrol! ment of mem here All indication* point toward a ver Interesting meeting an-l a verv activ ' ***b Of at least several hundred men her* norm patina on MARKET STRENT TODA Contractors Conn and Mvera bavin ompleted tie work of laving the n# < Commencement AND W edding Presents We invite you »o colt and inspect our line of Wedding and Commencement Pres ents Our stock is one of the most complete in the citv and our prices will fit vour purse. REPAIRING We do quick and satisfac tory Watch and Clock Re pairing at moderate prices. H. E. Hillman <H Aim coons only Irtild and Silwrsmifh House iW Klesenlh SI. 0. Ed. Men del & Co. rumuu. mm mis sag BOtUtlM lit Main (trwi, Wtwn^a TV act Va Call olsbi or Car. KlU-sr eknaa The Melropolilan Life wrote $488,167,354.00 new business for the year 1912. See our new Commercial Policy. Insure Yonr Income ! We will Insure your ineome for any amount, payable mont ily. from twen ty-four months to three hundred and I sixty months, payable to yourself af ter ten. fifteen, twenty, twenty-five or thirty years, or. after your death, to your beneficiary, thereby guarantee ing a fixed amount for those who have been dependent upon you while jtou were allse. You can make theso sums payable from as low as $10.00 to $1,000.00 a month. If you are Interested, kindly call op or address GEORGE C. CROOK. Snpt. Rell phone 980-R 917 Sohmulbach Rldg Nat. phone 470-M Wheeling, W. Va. 1 J Permanent Health Through 0 a Perfect Circulation 0 I 0 Whatever may be the cause 0 T a of that chronic ailment. Me- 0 jC cbano-Theraphy will eliminate it A * ¥ Kndorsed by all medical doc- A 0 tors and given by a graduate ^ 0 with practical knowledge, in 0 f A a*J branches pertaining to this 0 , T science. Kleven months in A u! 0 Hydro-Therapy laboratories in a * ' 0 t'hlcago after graduating Prices “ * 1 A reasonable. 0 0 W. A. WRIGHT. 0 1 1 a glCHMO T»r**n»T 0 r Ns* pt-ene SS2 K lir< lV.t-M . A Treatment Rooms and OITtrs and 9 " ¥ Floor ate Lain Bldg. a ntreetlj in front of Mchure Hot*] 0 r |f * All lha Sprtnc St>lr Ralston 5 t| Shnas Just raraivat] Saa tha * T I t -| Ralston Ground Grlppar Sh'»* < ’’ I ' rilnlr last t p to I’ata *t>la A 7. v I most romfortabla show 1-■-— j ' John Dinger 21! ELEVENTH ST. £ - J ICECREAM AND CANDY Alex. Durst’sSons IF YOU NEED A TONIC 11V BEEF. WINE AND IRON. If a BLOOD PURIFIER u«r Syrup Sarsaparilla Compound With lodinr Potaaaa. Sold hv R. H. LIST No. I 10th Strrrt. mp. rata rnrbln*. tha *..rk r.f taarlna up Marhat atraal hatwarn Tanth an.I T*wtalflh will romman* a Imlay tf'.in ftmfor Jn.ovftwill h«iv«» «h*r«r ».f tha work of taarln* up tha na>In* ai.4 Is* In* a irmi-rata faurtHtathw*. fo|. h.wtr.* whl. h nia.lt, will lav asphalt Tha work will ha rtisl.a«f in rnmpla '■<•>1 as raptrtl, as |a..ssfi.|a tr hat a -"1*^’ I" 1ho |>NV Ire rnfi,p|pfp,1 t.p r..tf th.s Mini .rnfH ni tl firfftr | ,»»*r '••enfL sfrr^f will t.# «t.w riffct t mt. A farw itrt|iro\f«| Geo. R. Taylor Co. “ The Progressive Store" SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN THESE NE W SUITS p,aiM AT $29.50 $34.50 $39.50 The devising of an entirely new model comes late to some designers, but their handwork is often exceptionally fine—our models in the S29.5o to S39.50 range express this fact. (Cloths) (Colors) BEDFORD CORDS NAVY MEN’S WEAR SERGES COPEN COLORED SERGES LEATHER PLAIN EPONGE TANS STRIPED EPONGE BROWNS SHEPHERD CHECKS GRFYS PENCIL STRIPES BLACKS Union suns For little girls and boys from 2 to 12 years. 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 All styles, weights and yarns. SHIRTS AND PANTS For little girls and boys from 2 to 12 years. 25c and 50c Garment — GIRL’S GAUZE VESTS—12 J4c to 50c. \ * LAttic Girls' Princess Slips Of fine nainsook and cambric^ $1.00 trimmed in suitable lace and em- l 50 broidery—sizes 4 to 14 years. J to $6.95 Little Girls' White Petticoats Of cambric and nainsook—fixed on band in plain or lace and em broidery—beautiful lace flounces > and ribbon braiding trim some — . oe sizes 4 to 14 years. J to 1 Attic Girls' ?sight Gowns In high neck. V-neck and Slipover. made of nainsook muslin and f” crepe—lace and embroidery trim- > med. pretty girlish styles—sizes 4 . to 14. J to 52 50 Little Cl iris' Lingerie Drawers Of cambric and nainsook—in'] \2Vzc knickerbocker, straight-cut and I 15c French drawer—prettily trimmed , 18c —sizes to 14 years. J to 50c Knickerbocker— Special A Drawer suitable for o little girl—of a good white cambric—embroidery ruffle—sizes 2 to 6 years. ! _£5r_ Rompers and Creepers R< )MPHRS—Of ripplette. a fabric for'j 50c wear and wash—also of chambra J- and and checks—2 to 6 years. J 89c CRHKPHRS—Of Ginghams and MadO 50c ras. white and colors—6 months to W and 2 years. J 89c Spcciit/s in Infants' 11 bite Pique Coats In short length only, with and with ' * * out cape, scalloped edge collars, r C/ Oft larjie white pearl buttons, cut on 'pt *ro clever childish lines, J S3.9S (!ift Novelties for Hu hies Baby presents of celluloid, ivory, ribbon, etc., also babv books, and unique but dainty infant wearables. EVERYTHING THAT A BABY NERDS. h^Tn^ioT^niorofare