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Wednesday, September 13, 1916. STONE & THOMAS. The Weather? Cloudy.
A Very Unusual Price-Reduction Sale of *? i Pullman Davenports, Davenette Beds and Three-Piece Suites j . ' . i BECAUSE of a very early quanity purchase we are ! able to offer these famous Pullman Davenport Beds ! at a tremendous saving. They are the best of their kind, made on the most artistic lines and have the best upholstery. So many of these Beds are there that we had to call on the Wheeling Storage Company to house | part of this shipment. Samples on view in our Furni |)\ture Store, the sale begins this morning at 8 o'clock. The savings arc notable, and we suggest, coming early for pick ot' tlic offerings. These I)avcnport. Beds are I more artistic and less expen sive than a bed, spring and mat tress. They are uphol stered pieces of Furniture that would grace any home, and can he had in tapestry or imitation leather ? each piece absolutely guaranteed in workmanship, upholstery and finish. 101 ? Pullman Davenport, overstuffed, club style, leers finished dull mahogany, high-grade imported tapestry upholstery in tan and blue with welted seams, spring seat and loose cushions, 84 inches long: sale price, $74.50 ? Rocker and Arm Chair to match at $36.95 each. 102 ? Pullman Revolving Bod Davenport,. Colonial style, golden oak frauie, brown imi tation leather, upholstered arms five inches wide, upholstered each end': sale price, $46.95. 103? Pullman Revolving-Seat Bed Davenette, "William and .Mary style. .Jacobean oak finish, upholstered in French tapestry: sale price, $55.00 ? Rocker and Arm Chair to match at $19.50 and $18.95. 104 ? Pullman Davenport Iievolving-Seat lied, mission style, arms five inches wide, uphol stered with imitation Spanish broncho leath er. national spring construction : sale price, $39.95. 105 ? Pullman Davenport Revolving-Seat Red, upholstered with beautiful old rose and jsrivon tapestry, both ends covered with same ma terial, finely finished mahogany frame, over ? stuffed back, national spring construction; sale price. 846.95. 106 ? Pullman Davenport Revolving-Scat Bed, new Herman fumed oak frame, upholstered in brown imitation morocco leather, plain seat and back, very massive, mission style; sale price, $42.95. 107- Pnllm.in Revolving-Seat Davenport, fin ished in mahogany, seat, back and arms up holstered in handsome old rose tapestry, very wide arms, regulation size, a very handsome piece of Furniture at an unusual price, $67.50. 10S ? Pullman "Rcv0lvin5r-Se.it Davenport, fin ished in new (Jcmum fumed oak with a wax finish, upholstered in imitation Spanish leather, five-inch arms with rounded hack; s.fle priee, $32. 95. 109 ? Pullman Revolving-Seat Davenport, fin ished in quartered golden oak with uphol stery of Spanish Chase leather and national spring construction ; sale price. $36.50. 110 ? Pullmanette Revolving-Scat Bed Daven port, opens in two, folds to regular size hod, does not occupy as much space as a regular Davenport, length ofi inches between arms, finished in mahogany and upholstered in brown imitation Spanish leather, with na tional spring const met ion ; sale price, $36.50? Rocker to match, $12. S5 ? Chair to match, $12.50. 111 ? Pulmanette Revolving-Seat Bed Daven port. same construction as No. 110. finished in mahogany, upholstered in imitation Span ish leather, live-inch arms with paneled ends; sale price. $32.95. 112 ? Pulmanette Revolving-Seat "Bed Daven port, finished in beautiful quartered oak, very massive, mission style, same construc tion as above. "><> inches between arms; sale price. $29.85 ? Rocker and Chair to match, $8.95 each. SYRIANS HELD ON ' | SERIOUS CHARGES Pittsburgh men alleged to; ^ HAVE ABDUCTED YOUNG GIRL j FACE CHARGES THIS WEEK. j 'Charles Amicn. of This City Conducts j Sweeping Chase for Girl Which ^ Ended Last Saturday. After a chase which extended from! Pennsylvania through West Virginia. ?' Dhip "and into New York state. Chas. ? Arrfien, loca! Syrian interprotor and i merchant, and a number of Pittsburgh] yty detectives located Miss Mary! <>&ike, of Pittsburgh, who. it is allseed, j J 5Yas abducted by Saiwin Joseph, nfj .Slonongahela, Pa., and Elias Syphan. Pittsburgh, a prominent interpre ter. They are now in the Allegheny jail awaiting trial by jury upon four serious charges, seduction, rape, ab duction and white slavery. They are rn ho ? rifd upon the charges separ ately. the tirst beinn .set for Thursday of this week. It was through t.hf> tireless efforts I that Charles Ainien was successful in j apprehending Joseph and Syphan at, Monongahela, F'a. No trace of thi*| uirl could be found and it was learned! that she had been doped and taken j away. From Monongahela the srirl | was traced to Thomas. W. Va., thence i to Akron and finally located in A I ban v, N. Y. 1 Rent it through telling all about it in the classified columns. REV. SPECKMAN GOES j TO LOUISVILLE, KY.! Local Minister is Transferred By Ger man M. E. Conference ? Succeed ed Here By Rev. Severinghaus. ? Rev. T. A. Speckman. pastor of the Herman Methodist Episcopal church, has been trans f err (Hi to the Market Street Methodist. Episcopal church at Louisville. Kentucky, and will- prenen his farewell sermon in the local church Sunday. The transfer was made at the recent conference of the German Methodist Episcopal churches held at Louisville, last week. Rev. Speckman has been pastor of ? he local church for the past four years, and during that time has made many friends, who wish him success! in his new field of labor. Rev. C. E. Severinghaus, pastor of the German M. E. church of Toledo. O., has been appointed pastor of the local church, succeeding Rev. Speck- ' man. and will enter upon his duties as pastor of the church on Sunday, September 24. The new minister comes hishly recommended. United States Senator W. E. Borah and Judge Ira E. Robinson, Republi can candidate for Governor, will ad dress the Republicans of Ohio County and adjoining counties Tuesday night, i September 19th. business Hours Daily a. m. to 5 p. m. Geo FQ .C, ^cJtohoi THE QUALITY SHOP. Co. Business Hours Saturday 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Interesting Showing ot Exclusive Autumn Appare! FOR WOMEN AND MISSES. These Autuniii models have been chosen with infinite CARE. They embody the is of the foremost, designers of Paris and Xcw York, and are marked by a CER LN smartness that is characteristic of our merchandise. Women's Suits Coat Lengths for Individual Tastes. Tailored and richly fur-trimmed mod els of Vicuna Yclour. Bolivia Cloth, .-Broadcloth, Callot Checks, and .Mannish :Serge. $22.50 $34.50 $49.50 AND UP j Women's Coats For Afternoon and General Wear. Full Flare, Belted mid \Yw S^mi Fitted ? Models of Bolivia ('loth, Veloiirj Cloth, Swede Cloth and Mixtures, plain, and fur-trimmed. $19.50 to $95.00 i. Women's Blouses r . SUITABLE FOR EVERY OCCASION. Featuring new Collars, Cuffs anil Shoulder Effects of fieorgcttc Crepe, Crepe rlej Chine, Satin and the new Plaids in tire monotone shade effects. In Beading, Hand Embroidery and Braided Models. GRAND JURY FINDS fORTY-NINE YOST LAW INDICTMENTS THE LARGEST NUMBER OF TRUE BILLS RETURNED IN YEARS. Jurors Find No Violations of Election Laws, and Go Over Primary Poll Books. After being in session pnrt of two weeks, the o!i in county ?-riiu ina I grand jury submitted its final report at noon yesterday. A total of forty nine al iened Yost, violations are recorded, as that number of true bills were re turned by the jurors. In rases of not true bills returned in alleged Yost law violations, the jurors stated that the cases would be taken up again at the I next session, when new evidence would be introduced and a number of additional witnesses examined. Two new felony indictments were remrned, one being in the case of the slate again.-! Lester A. Burch, charged [with bigamy, and the other against John Ileil. charged with the felonious i cutting of an inmate of the Ohio i county infirmary at Klin drove. ' The jurors before adjourning asked j that electric buzzers be placed in the! room in order that the members might call the prosecuting attorney when needed and also that the locks] on the doors be repaired. The men I were thanked after submitting their! report. The grand jurors received al grand total of $240. or Slij each for| their services. The following cases were submitted: Felony True Bills. I, ester Burch, bigamy. ?John Heil, cutting with intent to kill. Yost Law True Bills. Albert Kletzly and Jas. Barb man, Ben Punlap (2). Geo. A. Lavver. Tony Falgraves and Tony Mollases, Robert A. Pimmey, Geo. Seibert. Otto Warf ; fuel and Pick Davis, Marie Warf fuel, i Stanislaus Klos, Lewis Purpura. Wm. Craig and B. Purpura, John Salena. S. I Costanzo, Karl Newton. K. M. Pabar, Peter J. Rasides. . Not True Yost Bills. Vincent. Pibiase, Dan Piamico, L. Oavordosos, Emanuel Prasaras, Geo. Mullen, R. H. Phillips. Mike GersicJi, Pete Orting, C. L. Ba uers (2). Charles McGavin (2), Geo. Pantes and Geo. Pavalos. Ben Frazier, James O'Leary, Danver Corsev. Joe Schottsinger (2). Joe Stos'ick CD. Karl Karp (2). W. II. Hoffman, Mike Sonnel'eldt (2), Morton West wood. Frank Donahue. Isadore Isenhorn. Geo. Bavo, Bert Calender, Geo 11 Zubel, Dan Bundenhall, Otto Tf. Auber, James Bush, C.eo. Bush, Geo. Hicks, Geo. Kline. Martin Mueller. Janet Herman, William Zellers. Daisy Burnett, Grace Thompson, Dorothy Nutter, Cleo Moore, Mike Nick anil Fred Breese. UNIONTOWN MAN MADE MODERATOR FALL MEETING OF WHEELING IT. P. PRESBYTERY HELD AT ST. CLA1RSVILLE Andrew Hare of This City Elected Fin ancial Seoretary? Conference on Evangelism Held. Rev. H. G. Snodgrass, of the LTnited Presbyterian church of Uniontown, TELLS WHY HE TRIED IllllC SUPERINTENDENT OF ROAD COM PANY TELLS OF RESULTS RE CEIVED BY USING TANLAC FELT ALL IN, HAD LOST APPETITE "I suffered from stomach trouble 'or fifteen years, and also was iron fi led a great d<*al with an inactive liv er. poor appetite, indigestion and a general run-down all-in feeling, but now since taking this new medicine. jTanlac, in connection with the Tanlac j (laxative tablets which come with j : each bottle, my liver is performing its | | duties just fine, and my wife says she i can see a decided improvement in I me." said C. L, Bean. 22.1 ft Market ! Street, the well known superintendent of the France Company, road const ru lion experts of Wheeling and Toledo, Ohio. "1 began taking Tanlac because t saw one day in my home town pa ? per where it friend of mine in Toledo was praising Tanlac for what, it did for him,, and thanks to this I am gladly praising .it. too, in hopes that others will take my advice and at least try this new medicine one time. I have a good appetite now, never am bothered after eating a big meal, and f^el stronger- and better in every way. One botle of Tanlac did all this for me and I can't praise it enough, and shall continue to take Tanlac. for 1 am gaining weight and strength every day. it's a good stomach medicine and tonic, in my opinion, and I recom mend it." Signed. C. L. Mean. Thousands in every city where this great remedy is being introduced heartily prai.-e and recommend Tan lac. according to thousands in this vicinity and everyone so troubled with stomach, kidney, liver, rheumatic ; or catarrahal troubles should go to C. j II. Griest & Co's. drug store and pro cure a dollar bottle of Tanlac. ? Adv. Corns Loosen, Lift Right Off Nothing But "GETS-IT" Will Do This To Corns and Calluses. Tf you'vr r:\vr had corns, you've triorl lots nf I hincs to Rot ri'l i>f liieni ? salves that <hi your too find leuvc the corn ri'tiinininsr. cotton rinns that nuikfi your corns bulRf nut 7ik<- nopcycs, scissors r?" Can't Hide Corn Mitery. Stop Fooling Around! Use "GETS-IT" Tonight and See the Corns Vanish. [and l;nivc,s that make corns bleed and j sore, harnesses and htuidaitcs thai (ill up j your shoe, press on the corn and niaku I your foot fuel like a paving block. What's the use? Why not do what millions are- doing, take It seconds off land apply "GETS-IT"." It dries, you jhi t your stockings on right away, and wear your regular shoes. Your corn loosens from the too, it lifts right off. It's painless. It's t Jio common-sense way. the simplest, easiest, most effec tive way in the world. It's the na tional corn-cure. Never fails. "GETS-IT" is sold and recommended by druiTRisls every where, 25e a bottle, ur sent mi i ceeipt of priee, by E. Law rence Co., ("hieago, III. So|i| in Wheel in (i and recommended as the world's best eorn remedy by John t"?dem?in 0>.: ('. II. <!riest C<<.. (Satis Pharmacy, W. S. MeEIroy, E. H. Rau, T?aer's I'liarmaey. Ohio, was elected moderator of th? I Wheeling Presbyterv of the Unit 1 Presbyterian churches, at the fall meeting held yesterday in the United Presbyterian church at St. Clairsvllle. The only other officer elected was a financial secretary to fill ihe vacancy caused by the death of Frank T. Hare. Andrew S. Hare of this city, was elected to fill the vacancy. The meeting was opened yesterday I at in o'clock, and when adjournment was taken at noon practically every business matter scheduled for the at tention of the Presbytery in its fall meeting had been completed. Dinner was served at 1 2 : M ( i by the ladies of the church and at 1:"0 a conference on evangelism was held. Rev. F. R. McCracken of West Alex ander opened the discussion, giving an interesting jfaper on "The Achieve ments of Evangelism in the Past." Rev. Charles Gilmore of Cadiz, spoke on "Evangelistic Resources" and Ur. Charles H. Robinson, of the First. United Presbyterian church of this city, on "The Evangelistic Program." Y, W, C. A. NOTES Bible Class. The Wednesday Evening Bible class meets every Wednesday evening at. 6:30 p. m. A fine opportunity is of fered all Sunday school teachers and Bible students. The class is taught by I>r. C. H. Robinson. All who are interested in Bible study are cordially invited. Extension Department. The Happy Hour club girls are to be hostesses at I he supper given on Thursday night of (his week at the Y. \V. C. A. to the members of the Federation of Industrial clubs. Each member is requested to bring a friend who is not a member, and join in mak ing the first Thursday night supper this fall a joyful time. r Swimming Pool. The swimming pool is a busy place' these days. The classes are filling up rapidly, and many of the swimmers are takinc advantage of the open pe riods. Register early for private les sons fir groups of ten. Certificates may be obtained at the office for your doctor to fill out. The tenants you OUGHT TO HAVE are reading the ads in this paper eve.-y day. You ari to decide as to whether YOUR ADS are to be a part of their readina or not. au26-tf noverdicTyet Jurors in Judge Hcrvey's Court Are Yet Unable to Agree on Color of Boxes. Striving to agree as to what colors mark the suil boxes purchased by ?;k? Hub store from the National Metal Edge Box company, the jury in Part One was excused last night to recon vene this morning for further consid eration of the case at issue. It bids well to again disagree, and if this be true, the suit will have boon tried bo fore three juries, each of them dis agreeing. A novel enibrella is equipped with a storage battery electric light in its han dle. G. Ed Mendel & Co. rumiBAI. DIRECTORS. New Location ? 1213 Ch&pline StrMt. E'thor Phono 257. Sound Grinders There is a direct relation between your Molars or Grinding teeth and your digestion and health. Can you chew a piece of Bread Crust or Beef .Steak or a piece of Hard Candy without being conscious of a tender spot, a place where it hurts wh[en you bear down on it? If you can't, something is wrong with your masticating apparatus. Bring it here and let us look it over. The look costs nothing. We can make Your Grinders Solid as Rocks. All Work Guaranteed X Up-to-Date Methods Both Phones. Lady Assistant. Hill Bros. Dentists 1049 MAIN STREET. I Geo. R. Taylor Co. u The Progressive Store DON'T DELAY A DAY The Blankets , Comforts, Bed Muslins and N ap ery Needed During 7 his Winter are Wide Spread and Special itr Price For ' THIS WEEK IS OUR ,.! ANNUAL BEDDING AND LINEN SALE Complete price list mailed on request. Hotels and Boarding Houses Profit In This Sale Event 71 /1 1 J si + Made the Paul Jones Mlaay bkirtS Middy manufacturer ? Of white and fyue galatea? pnd that writes excellence $1.50 all over them. You know Of white linen ? $2.98 J Paul Jones' Middies. At Taylor's Only \ Of The Many Styles IN Women's Winter Coats Let us tell you of three in particular. One In Wool Veloure . In black, preen, navy and brown. A medium full belted, square collar model ? trimmed in beaver cloth. $25.00 i A Coat of Wool Plush Iii green, navy, black and brown ? characterlv full but straight lines, large square fur edged collar, half belt ? 1 $29.50 A Model of Bolivia Cloth It demonstrates the smartness of the full skirt coat the soft cloth giving grace ? the fuUness is from the shoulders beneath a deep cape collar, fin burgundy, plum, navy, black, brown and green. $49.50 THE COMPLETE SHOWING HAS MODELS FOR "WOMEN OF EVERY TASTE AND FOR EVERY PUR POSE OF UTILITY AND DRESS. Of Stylish Quaintness 7 he New 14 Ruffle Petticoat of Infjeia with Jersey lop In Navy Blue $1 4.50 Fetching Roman Striped Taffeta Petticoafs I $6.95 With deep bias flounce and full scalloped edge? OTHERS IN CHARMING ARRAY IN- } CLUDE A JERSEY MODEL? with a flounce of fancy patterned silk ? bound with a scalloped bottom with a plaited beading edge. ' -$7.95 In Plain and Changeable $3.95 and $5.95 Side Closing BUNGALOW APR ONS Gives to the wearer a plain even apron front ? the model is in itself neat and good looking ? in light and dark colors? entirely new belted allround style. 59c Each VI omen's M us /in Drawers In lane and embroidery trimmed ? in open and" closed styles ? all have drawing string top. /-j ~ A REAL VALUE? OF GOOD MATERIALS AND NEATNESS BETTER THAN EVER? Mc, CALL'S. ThT Taylor lhorofara