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: ''' Util-hV M \ Srope
iTr??T^S~^s?""iJ/A 1 Prcpe
They have already cured-many
and saved him money. What can b
another. Xo man is too good for B
enough lor any man.
If you are m
To any other than a "Hawes" I
excellent grounds for divorce. Wt
case by showing you the most magn
the popular "Hawes" brand that you
"HAWES" SOFT HAT
"HAWES" STRAW Hi
J
to Clou
ANDERSON'S
BON TON. ;
HATS! --- HATS!
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
All thhe Newest Shapes- c
All the Latest ShadeeAll
Good QualityAll
the Prices the Lowest.
SPECIAL
Hosiery Sale
Saturday & Monday
MAY 14 and 16.
\ Ladies' and Children's I5i
Laee Hose. - Onlg ?o<
The best 3 for 25c Ladies
Vest you ever go
for the Price.
Better Ones 2 tor - 25<
Still Better Goods at - 25c
When you see
Dressu Men '
Men who look unusual
ly dressy?you may de
pend upon it that we d
their tailoring. Our de
signs are all exclusiue.
Kahri?Taiior tor Men
Successor to Geo. Morrow & Co.
Jt jt jt jt .< ?< v?t -. ? at ,<t j
jt JUNIOR NIGHT ,j
jt at the .j
.jt Y. M. C. A. j
jt jt jt jt jt jt jt ,?e .4 ,?e jt j
At the Y. M. C. A. to-night th
"Juniors" will entertain, their friend:
This is the first social ol' the .Tunic
Department, and as each boy wi
bring one other boy a lively time is e:
pected. The program will consist c
gymnastics and sociability with som
light refreshments thrown in. The a
fair "Will taae piace iroru to
Secretary Hawley lias called a mee
ills' for this evening of the represent:
tives of the young people's socielie
of the churches of the city to come t
a final decision in the matter of ?h
open-air services to be hold on Sui
day evenings during the hot weathe
Ice Cream and Cake.
The King's Daugliters~-ol! then M. 1
A Church will serve ice cream and call
at the church on Main street Snturda
afternoon and evening.
Some Characteristics of
ur Spring Suits.
r Patterns?mar.y ofthemexel usive
r collars and Lap'els?longandna rrow
r shoulders?wide and eoncav-e
rcut.?loose hangijvg and easy
ER PHTCES.
$7.50 to $16.50. I
he man who has the eus-j
-tailor habit we recom-i
d our quality clothes made ?Itred
Benjamin & 60.
a man, given him perfect satisfaction
pu
e- clone for one man can be done for an<
enjamin Clothes, and they are goon
r
f
i .
sto
? f Pai
arned
^at we can show that you have most
tot
;'ll gladly submit the evidence in the
ificent line of Soft and Straw Hats in
FC
. ever saw.
Ts, - - - $3.00
VTS, - $1.25 up to $3
J. M. I
irt House.
Obituary. j <
-Airs. Nancy 34. Decl; departed this j *t
lite Tuesday, Hay iCth, 1904, at the .*4
iiqCue of her daughter, Airs. Henry
Hager. at the advanced age of se venty- V1
'f6hr years. Airs. Deck was an excel- d*
leSi^ lady, having lived a Christian life
? iroin her girlhood, being an active
" 'worker and a member of the Christian A
1 ?chureli. She will be greatly missed Pitt
by a host of friends. She always had Broi
,/gi kind word and look for all with 33
w'acDj she came in contact. nin
~?i Mrs. Deck was the mother of two A
children, eleven grandchildren and Cini
four great-granilchiIdrcn. Her only' Neu
regret in leaving this life was the part- B
ing with her favorite granddaughter, 'he1
Jennie Forty, who she raised from A
infancy. She had been a great suffer- Chi<
er for several months, and ail ^that Phil
loving hands could do to relieve her P
sufferings was done, hut to no avail. ?'ei:
The bereaved relatives have the syin- A
pathy of a host of friends in this their St.
great sorrow. B?s
A precious one from us is gone, ?
y A voice we loved is stilled, hair
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
A
g 'Twas our Father's will to call you, Wa!
And have you with, the blest;
? For our Heavenly Father loved you E
And knoweth what is best. cred
A
t 'Twas hard to give you up,. Nev
We loved you oh, so well, Cle\
While we are drinking sorrow's cup, 53
* Happy now v. 1th saints you dwell. Don
_ Or.r dear'father is bright and fair, I!os
? He sleeps beneath a bed of clay, Dot:
In love he lived, in peace he'diod, 13
We asked his life, but God denied. ')o!
A
Rh i
Again, dear father, we say farewell.
Till we meet on that bright shore,
"R
You have gone to meet our lovecl ones
Who have s:one lone: before. | \^ a
?Mrs. Pheoby Fetty. j
NOTICE. *
0 Wh
If yon see a nice 1 .ohing ^jaJ
couple driving around wit [1 a TJ
S9od stj'lish horse, elegant harness, ^
nobby run-a-bout, carriage or trap,
with nice clean robes, and everything .,
1 to match, you can wager ten to one it f
was hired from the Jeckson Livery [eaJ
Barn, as we put out only that hind.
)cir
? FRED S. JACKSON, Manager. Open j
* flay and night. x r"ne
g v& ma<
g X. C. Dickerson is at Manning Ion
g to-day.
e J. Claude Davis, of near "Manrinston. Sco
3- is in the city today.
?r
11 - - ,
H. F. Rodgers, or tne isornmi !
ulty, \vent to his Rome at -Mounds- the
ville to-day. - ami
e
f_ circ
^ The Hon. Jesse F. Sturm, of
Sturm's Mills, is in the city to-day. c*re
a. and favored us with a business call. ot :
ren
;s
.o This is B. & 0. pay day. !rai
jusi
v 7" \ att.i
Jack Fleming called on the "West ,
r. Virginian this afternoon.
' . " " he
3. Miss T.Annie Nay, - of Mannington. mai
:e district, was in the city to-day and rep
y made tiie West Virginian a pleasant a vt
^ 'Jiisilxessr call. of
%
Stylish Su:
It's high lime you 'were laying
tting on something lighter: a j
[1 comfortable, and they won't c
KFORDS FOR MEN .
Of patent leather. Velours Calf
ck, over correct fitting lasts in
ir is Goodyear welted, which m
FOR WOMEN A"
Of Patent Coltskin or plump Do
;s, light and heavy soles, lace <
vn at the above prices.
)R MISSES AND CF
Patent leather all over, or Pal
th a patent tip. Made blucher st;
tie Oxford and so good for servi
INFANTS SLIPPERS 50c t<
< .? .< -.*? < ,< ^ < v
ON THE DIAMOND.
Results of Yesterday's Games
In the Various Leagues. A
< ._*Z .^5 ,?? .?? ?
t Pittsburg:
sburg . .0 o 0 0:: o o x?G in
:>Ulyn ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 (i
atteries?Phillipe and Phelps, Cr
and Bergen.
t Cincinnati: < '
;in ...4 0 0 2 2 3 1 1 x?12 13
? York.0 0402010 0? 7 '
atteries?Harper and Schlei, M
.v son ami Warner,
t Chicago:
?ago ....2 0000200 x? I !l
a , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 5
atteries?Brown aud Kling, !lu
iy and Roth,
t. St. Bonis:
Louis . w 00020000 x?2 5
ton 1 0 000000 0?1 S
atteries?Taylor and Grady. Nee
l, Willis and IVIoran.
American.
l ?v uw"
ihington .1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0?7 5
Louis . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?8 X
atteries?Jacohson, Mason and KI
[go; Glade, Sudhoit and Sadgen
t New York:
f York . . 0 d' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 9
eland ..01200004 0?7 1 '
atteries?Cliesbro and Magtiir
ahue and Bemis.
t Boston:
ton 1 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 x?S 11
roit ... .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?1 S
atteries?Tannehiil and Farru
ovan. Buebw and Ferry,
t Philadelphia:
la :: 1 0 0 10 5 1 x?9 l-i
eago ...200001 00 0?" 9
atteries ? Henley and Pow u
fsh, White and Sullivan.
Central League.
t Wheeling:
eeling- ... 1 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 x?8 9
ion 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 7
atteries?Cannon and Heath, Ha:
and Dooley.
/hile our prognostication in rogj
he five members of the Wheelii
ii, in whom Fairmont people a
tioularly interested, was no- all
ler correct, yet the best knoof
the five, Elmer Cannon, n
le good with a vengeance.
KID-ABOUT-TOWN
res a Good One On a wig. F
Man.
o illustrate tlie quick-vrittodness
average street urchin, we give <
ising thins.which happened at i
:us list ni?"iit.
. man weighing about t\\o hi
il pounds, sitting:-well up on the ti
seats, had been attempting brig
ia< ks since die moment. oi his i
ice. A kid-about-town standi
t tack ot the reserved seat rep
acted liis attention. Ke ma
10 renai it to the youngster, aba
reserved portion, intimating t!i
was cheap. The kid sized up t
i's physical proportions, and 1
Iy. "Gwan. t seen-you conta in
oy's ticket." brought forth a ro
laughter.
>OT^TTERS?
mmer Shoes
aside your heavy winter shoes and
pair of Oxfords will he found very cool
tost much either, if bought here.
AX $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
or Vicl Kid- Made of good wearing
several different styles of toes. Every
cans comfort from the start.
Third Floor.
r $2., $2.50 and $3.
ngola stock. Narrow and medium broad
>r blucher style. The biggest variety in
1ILDREN $1.25 and$1.50
ent leather vantps, or of Dongola stock
vie with big eyelets. A very dressy
ce.
3 $1.
First Floor.
;ley
* MISS HELEN GOULD
<
* RECEIVED AS GREAT A DEMON*
STRATION AT THE Y. M. C. A.
MEETING AS IF SHE WERE
A PRESIDENT.
1 ?
2 SHE TRIED TO AVOID IT, BUT IT
0- "WAS COMING TO HER
AND SHE GOT IT."
5
BUFFALO, X. Y? Mav 13.?If Miss
Helen M. Gould were the President of
the United States she could not have
received a greater demonstration than
.j was accorded her at the convention
0 hall last night. It was apparent that
1VV Miss Gould was trying: to dodge the
outburst, but as a policeman said: "It
was coming to her and she got it."
j It was very carefully prearranged to
1 have the vast audience singing a
^ hymn when Miss Gould entered.
Of course, no one would interrupt a
hymn with cheers, so Miss Gould entered.
Then John J. McFarland made
^ straight reference to women who had
q done much for the Y. M. C. A. cause.
?_ Everyone looked toward Miss Gould,
+tman tn hir?#> behind the man in
front of her, and some applauded.
9 However, when -President Ramsey, of
q the Wabash Railroad, referred to the
e woman who had used her influence
and her money to build up the work of
the railroad Y. M. C- A. along the
j great Gould system of railroads, the
roof was nearly lifted from the hall.
U At the end of the meeting President
McFarland asked for a rising vote and
all rose with the exception of one man,
j who, unfortunately, had no legs, but
j he had a friend left him up on a (able
s at the . side of the hall. The rising
vote, however, was not enough to satisfy
some ol' them. A shout of three
cheers for Miss Gould went up from
three thousand throats,
j No sooner was the meeting declared
adjourned than there was a mad rush
for the stage. Miss Gould saw what
was coming, and she met it bravely.
First she stood on the edge of the plat^
form and shook hand after hand.
She shook each hand as if she meant
^ t ' \xrwoy\ ?hr? rnnuMi on the nlatform
J,e Jl* r' -"V. - - ?
she found a dozen people trying" to
shake hands with her. It was decided
' 'ii
to have some system about the affair.
as
so Miss Gould walked back near the
organ and a line was tormed so that
people could come up ou one sitle ol'
the stage and walk down the other.
Hiss Gould has a grip that would
at j do honor to many a man.
Mo one took an official count of the
I number of handshakes, but a man
0j in clerical garb guessed it must have
:in been about 1,200.
j,,. The file on reports, majority and minority,
of the committee of twenty-one
,n took place at the afternoon session.
ei. The most, impertinent differences in
the report is whether railroad Y. 11.
C. A. department shall remain under
;i.. the jurisdiction of the International
nt! I Committee or shall lie turned over to
the State ami local hoards.
m It Is pretty generally believed that
ri when the matter comes to a vote toh0
day the report, of the International
lis Committee will be. adopted.
tut :
ar Ex-Governor A. B. Fleming v. en 1 to
Oakland to-tlay.
' '' '' ' '
1
1-3 OF.
WOMI
TAILO
A most decisive reduction ft
clean, handsome collection of Tr
There will be none reserved
reduction. We've a ftood many f
prices. They won't last long ni
Fail
Defies the Authorities.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. May 13.?J
F. Deii'/:, who is in a dispute wit'
logging: company in Sawyer coui
still defies the authorities. He has
trenched himself in his home and
bored loopholes in each side to c
maud all approaches. He lias es
fished a dead lino, has plenty of
munition, and is assisted by his \
*n<i ohiidern. all of whom are g
shots.
The lumber "company has abamlo
work and discharged 11s men. t
tailing Quite a force away from
siege.
Seven Hundred Nuns.
HOME, May 13.?The Itussian Ci
olic authorities have proposed, and
Vatican has assented to, the send
of TOO nuns to the seat of war to
as nurses. The Red Cross Soci
nurses have proven insufficient. '
nuns who will go are for the n
part, those expelled from France.
Don't forget the "Ranch King"
night at the Grand.
lB
310
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ill I L IS
Are you aware that our ;
UP-T
and our prices about 20
same goods are sold elsewh
Call and you will be convii
Your I
Before you buy let us sh
quote our prices.
Gradua
; We carry the most complel
trimmings for gradt
Batiste, Fi
SPECIAL vie!
!
i
FRANCIS
\ 315 Adan
F ON AUL
SN'S WOOL
RED SUITS
?r you at an opportune time. Just a clear, !{.?
liloretl Suits from which to cfioose. "'Ml
in wool suits. Everyone will suffer the .
or this late in the season, honce the cut in 5
>\v. Socond Floor.
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rmuiii, w- v a.
< ll? ^rN^^CO N ^ TH ' LIG HT ^
It may be truthfully saici that Electric
Light outshines them all. It's off and
on in a second,
Kb- NO MATCHES, NO MANTLES,
U,e NO BAD ODOR, NO CHIMNEYS,
liiift These good points, considered with
act. cleanliness, ease of manipulation, are
iety factors which cannot be refuted, etc. i
The COMPLETE INSTALLATION.
D. L. MAYERS,
Bell'phone, 192. Store Room 113
F. & M., 305. Jackson St.
n m c\ r n
nn oc uu., m
Main Street.
TNE R y
itock is known by all as the most
O-DATE
PER CENT LOWER than tlje
ere? IF NOT,
iced of this fact- Have vou boueht ;
>ress Hat?
ow you the stock we have and
iing Dresses
:e assortment of White goods and
jating; Dresses, India Linon,
ench Lawn & etc.
ia Linon Extra Sheet ? SO "?S|if
toria Lawn 40irt. wide, 121-2
THE BUSINESS MAN,
-p~ . As well as all other level headed men, v I
P-' realizes the importance of insuring
L against loss by lire. But we want to
p address our remarks to those who are
not fully aware of the advantages of
FIRE INSURANCE.
L,~ To such men we will be glad to giye
I information of interest. We guarantee
not to bore, them by urging them
to Insure. We simply, wibh to show
the advantages of carrying insurance.
Drop us a card, and our representa

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