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VOTER
STARTS TODAY;
SENATOR. GOVERNOR, and;
three county OFFICES in j
RECOUNT
Dfrnarr) Of Vote For Recount On j
Presidential Electors V/i'l Rc j
Withdrawn
TJip r^rount of votes r;^t tn Ohi*"* j
county. November. 7. for governor, !
United States senator. congressman. j
?heriff. prosecuting attorney atid as-'
sessor. and the \ote cast for throe J
.iistrtct offices will he taken up by the. ?'
Ohio county board ?>f commissioners)
r hi s morninu.
Owing fo the fa that the election !
of President Wilson ?a.- conceded by
.'itstsce Charles Fvaas Hughes la.-:.;
? e?k. it was announced that the re- '
qui>?r for a recount of the vote for,
presidential Hector* will he w ithdrawn J
when the commissioners meet this 1
mnrninc to ttikr up the recounts.
The method of conducting; the re
count --whether for nno offiop at n ?
time or for all at once- has- not boon
announced. Requests for recount*,
w^re fried before the close of r ho of
ficial canvass by counsel for Judge,
Tra F. Robinson, for governor; Wii'-'
iam fc. Chilton, for United States sen
ator; Thomas W. Fleming, for con-,
gress; George W. Oldham tor sheriff: .
Carl 0. Schntifl'. for prosecuting at- ,
torney; Gatia Mitcheil. for coroner;,
Charles Miliar, for justice of the peace;
in Union district, and John A. .Moore,
for schooi commissioner i'i Richland j
district..
The Republican candidates will be1
represented during the recount by a !
i?taff of counsel including Attorney j
Charles J. Schuck. Henry A. Nolte, ?
George C". Reneke. Carl "Rachman anil;
possibly others. Attorney J. P. Hand
Ian, John Coniff and others will rep- J
resent the Democrats who asked for!
recounts. J
- Program For The Week
Announcement made Saturday j
that, the recount will be in progress,'
ail day Monday, all day Tuesday and '
Tuesday evening and Wednesday fore j
noon. "Wednesday afternoon the com
missioners w-ill spend in making rh? i
serni-monthly audit at. the county in !
firmary. Thursday. Thanksgiving day,;
will be oh^prveri a? a holiday. Th? .
recount will he renewed on Friday
morning and a half day session will {
bo heid Saturday. The guard over the;
ballots will remain on duty until rho ?
recount i* completed, which may re
quire a month or more.
The wonderful sweet tone >
Sonora has no house agents out, as ?
they are their own salesmen.
HILLMAN <?. SON.
25 Eleventh Street '
SOUTH WHEELING GI8L :
IS SERIOUSLY BURNED
CLOTHING CAUGI-'T fire from'
AN OPEN FIRE PLACE. 'TIS J
THOUGHT
W'fers Neighbors Arrived Flames Had ;
Enveloped H?r Entire Body ? . ,
Taken To Hospital
Virginia. Taylor. I.?. of 7! Twejry !
ninth stn-e:. was seriously burned,
about t h ? - hod; yesterday afternoon;
when her clothing caught lire from;
an open fsre plae? S;ie w as taken io ;
t he Ohio \ alley ijen' ral hospital and
is under the ??aiv of i>r. K. M. Phil
lips.
! tie accident occurred while riie
mot nor absent from :he home .u>d j
i; is 'bought that iii? giri while on- '?
gagoi] i n dusting .a mantel got loo
dose to i he open fir?- place. Her!
-eri-aru.- attracted ; he attention of |
neighbor* who hastened Into the Tay- ?
.or home ..\f tnguish.inu the flames!
which had h> riiaf time enveloped n<-r j
entire body. I >r. Phillips' was calk"! !
?nd advi>ed h>-r immediate removal :oi
rho hospital. Although the burns are'
-'?rioti.- t i;. j win no: likely prove fatal i
*M oordmg to hospital attendants.
Hillmars & Son have the stock !
for y-o u r x-nas selection.
HILLMAN & SON.
23 Eleventh Street.
indigestion and Constipation
"Fo? so:c>- prior m raking j
Chaaib^ria.ti .? T>tbl? r> ! >v:;s troubled 1
wir n indigestion a t>?I constipation. I ?
lacked ambiti.'t:. and f?dt rir*>r! and:
worn out. Chamberlain'* Tablets :if-;
forded nte qsi!' k and eventually i
toc^d up my >\.-t*:u .i-tierally .nnd
restored me r<> sood health." writes I
Mrs. S. .T. Hytm-r. Kden Ontcr, N?. y.i
Obtainable > ve ry w h'Mv.
BREAD 12 CENTS
NEW CASTLE, f'a.. Nov. Hrea.1;
now sellins f? ?r 1" a loaf will s^ll j
for 12 cents beginning tomorrow. Huk-,
frs say th* cost of manufacture is s' 1
cents a ioaf. Th^ price <>f cakes will
also be advanced 2'* per cent.
ff
Eczema Is Conquered j
Greasy salves and ointments should '
not be applied if good clear skin is i
?wanted. From any druggist for 25c or .
$1.00 for extra large size, set a bottle |
of zemo. When applied as directed, i- ?
effectively- removes cczcma, quickly '
stops itching, and heals skin troubles,
also sores, burns, wounds and chafing. ;
It penetrates, cleans and soothes, j
Zemo is a clean, dependable and inex
pensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. I
Try it, as we believe nothing yntt have j
ever used i< a< elective and satisfying.
The F. K-?- <>.. r!?v. t*a?l. O.
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4
| Standard Pianos Lower Prices and Better Quality
Are the Points of Advantage in the
Greater Wheeling Piano and Player-Piano Club
CJThe bringing" together of hundreds of pur
chasers?each single purchase made easier by
the united purchase of the entire membership
of the "Greater Wheeling Club" saves you
more in quality and price than you could rea
sonably expect under any other circumstances.
All money paid as first payment before
Dec*. 24th will earn you double
credit up to $50.00
tJYou make your selection of a Piano or Plaver-Piano? pay
whatever you can spare, then add something to it each pay
day until December 24th and we hand you a receipt for just
double the amount you have paid up to fifty dollars.
A deposit of $5
entitles you to a
membership and
gives you a choice
of any Piano in
the "Club."
If the Piano you want, dops not
oxeeed Three Hundred and
Seventy-five Dollars you can
get. it through the Greater
Wheeling Piano Club at. a tre
mendous Saving in Price ?
good reliable Pianos that have
been under your own personal
observation for twenty - five
years. You know tlicy a re
good, dependable instruments,
with an established reputation
for Quality of Tone and Actual
Durability.
Player- Pianos of almost rvcry
design and linish arc- in 1 1 1 c
"C.-ltih'' ? some as high Six
Hundred Dollars in }>ri ??(? are
furnished thronuli the "Club"
at a reduction that would M.-eiu
a eonimcivial impossibility 1111
der oi'dinary circumstances.
But this was amply provided
for throuu'h our exceedingly
larjje purchases and the hearty
co-opera ti< >11 of the manufac
turers themselves.
TEN DOLLARS
Gives you your own
selection of any
Player-Piano In the
"Club" and includes
a fine benc'h and a
large selection of
fine Player-Roll#.
m
$SO
FREE
A Fifty- Dollar
Player-Roll Library Free
Each Club member is provided with fifty
dollars' worth of fine music through the
terms of the "Greater Wheeling Piano and
Player-Piarto Club.''
the "Greater Wheeling Piano Club5' Reveals Facts
and Figures of Vital Importance to the Purchaser
In the first place you are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN of the QUALITY of the instrument
furnished you through the "Club." You have no doubt known of them all your life. They have
a REPUTATION for QUALITY and DURABILITY that recommends them to the most
CAREFUL PURCHASER.
Then the cost to you is far below the established price for which these instruments retail the
country over. You also have our word and a joint guarantee signed by both the manufacturer
and ourselves, backing up (to the letter) all that we claim for these instruments. But after all doesn't it seem to you that the reputation these splendid old Pianos
have made through their long years of service in this vicinity, is sufficient evidence as to their genuine quality? Therefore the sum and substance of this whole affair
means? BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS MONEY? FIFTY DOLLARS' worth of PLAYER ROLLS FREE-DOUBLE CREDIT for all money up to FIFTY DOL
LARS paid as first payment before December 24, 1916, and terms of payment such as will meet your circumstances. Can you
think of anything the "Club" could add, to make it easier for you to own a Piano or Player Piano?
Davis, Burkham & Tyler Company
1416-18 Market Street, Wheeling, YV. Va.
'* *
Ejd"S?r;,ul1"' STEINWAY, CHICKERiNG, AND KNABE PIANOS
DAVIS, BURKHAM & TYLER CO.
141 ?>- J S Market street,
Wheeling, W. Ya.
< jentlemcn : ?
Without obligation on my part,
plca.se mail to my address catalogue
and particulars of your "'Greater
Wheeling Club."
HORSE AND BUGGY INTO WHICH
MACHINE PLUNGED ALSO
WENT OVER CLIFF.
Tree Stops Auto. Probably Saving
Lives of Occupants ? Both Vehi
cles Badly Damaged.
("hirf of Polirp Thomas J,?\vlHnil ;inH:
.fospph rr PurcHI. of tl" South Po nn 1
strrrf, Tsland, had narrow psrapps from
rtpaih vps l onlay when an anl.o in
which they woro i-idinc crashed into
a hors? and huggy, sending boih vohi
r.lps over a SS-fooi emhankmpnt on Hie
'"olr-rain pik?? at rt>? head of Marlins
Kerry hill. A man and. little hoy in
| i lie buggy jumped before the plunge
over Dip hillside. 1
The only thing that saved the inv.s
of the two men in the machine whs a
j big 'roc against Mhii'h the auto ball m1.
Mr. I'urfrll was thrown from the auto
and sustained a fraeiureil arm anil fill
er bruises about i hr> borly. The Chi?f
was pinioned beneath i ho machine for
several minutes. but was tun in juror].
He was rtMiiovpfl from lhr> wrfi.k by
Mr I'urrell ami other persons who
wrr? soon on the scene. I lot !i men
were taken to th? homo of a farmer,
who resided nearby. and later were
brought to Wheeling in another aulo
niobilr.
The occupants of the huggy r? fup.ed
to give their names or to 'ail: ?'!" 'lie
accident. As soon as they repovoiod
j thPtusHvrs- they freed ihe nurse .
I the i| p- tn rnoii h'!cc> ami harm -- an I !
: i-non had the hupp} on ? h?* road again,
and they drove nn their ?v;i> . I In- 1
I horse was not iti.iu rs??i. ihoiiph the lam
j p> was liadly damaged. Ahniil .111 limit- i
[after the aeeideni the auto was pulled ,
? hack on to the piko atnl taken 1 1? .1 :;ar- :
jape in Marlins Kerry for repairs. The.
j fender nf the machine was broken '.he ;
! lop lorn and ii v. as otherwise erippled. !
j Mr. Purcsll's Stoiy.
Mr. I'lireell pa \ e oiji die follow inc; ?
I story to an Inlellipenrer ifpnriei' msi (
! night : "I am an officer in ihe 1 uhi Fel- )
'hove" lodge ;i ti < | my ofHeial d'liiosj
railed mi'' til 1 he homo of a member. 1
! Mr. Mills, w ho is very ill and re -ides j
[at Pleasant f'.rnve. O. ( hief 'Levin ml ;
| offered 10 take ine there in his nou-j
Maxwell oar, whirh ho ha.* only drivnn
a few iinnv. I hi.- kindly of
Iit. I hail riiinplfti il my mission ami
?A t v rri* ri'luniirm homo. Wh'ii wo
w.iv jnst ;ii :hr head of the Marlins
I't-riy hill, noar 'In- homo of Mil l>aw-|i
son. wo ckiiip ni>nn ji horse and buggy.)
It ?a.- i.'"inu in iho^Samo dirortfon asj:
we. Tho rhii'f v jif- driving I lio car, I
and In' hunk'-d I hi' hnni several iim<"^.[
Thi- driver <if the horse was hooping to |
i he rich!, and v*#4 had figured pa.-sirgi
him on the loft. We wi'ro so neari'toj
edge of the road thai wo ran into .1 pri
vate mail box. and just as wo won! to I
pass 1 110 huggy flip driver drove .I'roct. ,
ly arro;> tho road in front of our ma- ?
rhino. ^ 1
"This move mi tho pM t-t of t ho driver <
wh:; entirely nnlookod for. Tho a"r i- :
dem was inevitable. Wo jammed into
his rip. The occupant? Jumped on lo
ill-* i?ikc. while the Chief and I went
down u-iih the auto. No blauie wha1.
mer can he attached to the Chief.
The driver of ih^ hors^ is the one re
sponsible."
Sonora. finest tone phonograph
? n the world. For sale at Hillman
<6. Son, 28 Eleventh street.
A BANNER CROP.
HITLER. Pa.. Nov. 2R. ? Bu ier'
-ouniy's banner potato crop this year
was raised by H. Fleming, of P^nn
township. Ifp harvested -63R buslels
an three acres and sold th^m for
M A'?2.
BRINGING UP FATHER
TT
I WELL- \
HOTiOR-I'M
i HF.Rt- WHAT
| CAM I DO
| FtER TOO?
OO TOO RESIZE
you are charged
VilTH HCHTIN^ ?
OH the STREET
THAT VijlNT A
Fl^HT- THAT CUV
NEVER HAD A
t~7 "
bO-YOU
ADH\T T<X)
WERE
?~i x'i i-?- . ^
BY GEORGE McMANUS

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