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Soft: Hats,
^ ?r ~9L_H~ ^ -v r
oxraw JL law ait^
Hat: at all.
As to shapes, all the correct ones
here. Low f.'at crowns with wide
brims, telescope styles, high crowns
and narrow brims. Black and colored.
Soft Hats
Rough and smooth Straw Hats, 50c
to $2. Third Floor.
The Shirts
We Sell
\ ~ Are'crowded as full of style and fit
as shirts can be made. We've a particularly
good one for
7 D
-.cr- nnnrf ae thp ordinary shirt
at a dollar.
Tan grounds with black and red
narrow stripes. Gray ground with
black dots and figures.
On sale Saturday, at 75c each.
First Floor.
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ANDERSON'S
BON TON.
Special Sale
At CfPPPt Hate
l/i oui uuu iiuucj
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
May 26, 27 & 28.
About 30 Street Hats
at ]ust [Hali Price.
What Phipps and Atchinson
Hats we have go in
This SaSe
Just think, $5.00 Hat for
$2-50
Beautifully Trimrhed Hats and
Prices the Lowest.
Gbiidren's Hats!
A SPECIAL LOT of trimmed
Hats for only
16 SIXTEEN 86
Lots iri ?tflorrow Place at
the original Price. From
$200.00 to $800.00.
Marion Real Estate Company
Kentucky Horses
For Sale.
\i-Twenty-two
head of fine Kentucky
horses, saddlers and drivers will be
sold by T. O. HARGIS, at public
, - auction on
Saturday, June 4,
at the stables of CH7LS0N & CLAYTOR,
on Jackson street.
I have decidedly the-best lot of
horses ever shipped to your city.
For further particulars call at
stable. 'L
[Shoes for
[Decoration Day
i . Jf the day mvist be comfortably
spent yout must have' on comfortable
! shoes; easy -fitting, non-harting shoes,
I free from squea-ks too. Those kind
| of shoes are here as the following de;
scriptions and prices will testify:
iFor Men
Or Low Shoes
$2-50, $3. and $3.50.
| Patent Leather
Tail Calf
Velours Calf
Viei ICicL
Every pair Goodyear welted, made
j over correct fitting lasts, and medium
I round toes. Soles are medium,
I heavy and narrow extension.
Third Floor.
I
-1 "
| For Women
High or Low Shoes
A A i
| XP XJ
I5K2L50 :
I ^
jand $3? -|
i PATENT LEATHER KID SKIN, i
! " ' !
Light and heavy soles., biucfter and
j straight lace styles. Different heights
and styles of heels. Nowhere else in
town .yrii you find the good qualities
and snappy styles in shoes as here,
and the cosiest place to try them cn
too. First Floor.
J. M.
Nex1
N D
Sterling Silver.
We want to call your attention i
to our stock of cut glass. Our ;
designer cuts to our order and j
we add no fancy price for
The Name.
Sterling Silver, new designs
I and the prices are low?and
goods are high grade. Let us
show you a wedding presentW.A?
Fisher
Reliable Jeweler and Optician.
232 IViam street.
' =i
Next Sheriff of Marion.
I Mr. George R. Rillv. ibe Fairmont j
j contractor, was in the city "Tuesday.
| to look after business interests with j
| -which he is connected, and to inci- j
1 dentally renew acquaintance with |
our business men. with many ot"
whom he is well and favorably
known. Mr. Lilly is an old time Democrat
of the Jeffersonian type and is
prominently mentioned as a cahdij
date for the Democratic nomination
I for sheriff of Marion county this year."
j Should he receive the nomination at
the hands of the Democratic party in
! his county, he would give his oppo
neni a hot chase for the office and J
would, no doubt, come out several
hundred votes ahead at the November
election. His qualifications for
the oifiee are all that could be desired.
His honor, honesty and integrity
cannot be questioned, and he
would bring dignity and business
methods to the office which would enlarge
his sphere of personal popular
ity without bounds. We hope to see
Mr. hilly elevated to the position as
next sheriff of our sister county ?
Grafton Leader (Democrat).
Postmasters Appointed.
Washington, d. c? May 2s.?
After the Cabinet meeting to-day
Postmaster General Payne announced
that these postmasters had heen
appointed:
Nebraska ? Mrs. Fay Whitfield,
Peru.
West Virginia?-E. ?. Long, Welch.
Arkansas?E. E. Hudspeth, Nashville:
Miss S. M. Hovrey, Oxford. V
Indian Territory?F. L. McCoy, Colgate.
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C MAKERS -:UA'EWycRK
C~ Corrccf C/kks far Men
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Materials brc cheviots, cassimere
tan and black mixtures.
You it?"fc
suits anywi
money o Ha
wrhat $10
haht
; to Court Hou
FRANCIS E
.115 Adams r
HANNA'S FAC
PLATES FOR THE PANAMA ISSUE
HAVE oE EN ORDERED?SEC
RETA R Y OF TREASURY
WANTS- NEW ISSUE PUT OfTHE
SAME BASIS AS THE REF
U N DING CO WSO L S.
WASHINGTON, May 27.?Secrci.-** ry
Sliavv has ordered the preparation of
plates for the, $130,000,000 issue o?
Panama canal bonus authorized by
Congress in connect ion with the actual
work of construction of the waterway.
He said to-day he-did net expect
the bonds would be needed soon,
but thought it best to be prepared.
Secretary Shaw has also ordered
that1, the bonds bear the portrait of
the late Senator Hanna, "in recognition
of the great service rendered by
*he deceased statesman in advocating
the several measures and the ratification
of the treaty which made the canal
an assured fact." Mr. Elmer Do
ver, secretary of the Republican National
Committee, who was also secretary
to the late Senator Hanna. will
furnish the photograph from which
the portrait will be engraved by the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Mr. Dover will leave to-morrow for
Cleveland to spend several days at
the home of Mrs. Hanna and will mail
Sesretary Shaw a photograph, selected
by members of the family,
he would ask for certain legislation
before issuing the bonds and would not
issue them now, even if there were
a demand for the bonds., in the absence
of such legislation. He proposes
to ask Congress to enact a law to piit
the Panama bonds on the same basis
as the refunding consols with respect
to the circulation, tax. ,
" Under the law bonds ate subject; to
The Proper
Sort or
SUMMER "SUITS. [
Whether you go to Ivlorgantown, '
Gi'o.'tci or stay at home ycu want to j be
dressed right on "'Decoration Day." j
| You want easy, comfortable fitting i "
clothes, full cf snap and sty!eT and you j
! don't vvsr.t to pay too much for them j
either.
!
We've Suits
From S7o50 h
fi-"v criv
i o $lo?uO y
j
That possess ali the good qualities j a
ycu would want to find. I
Coatc have long narrow lapel. J c
padded shoulders and fronts that will
hold their shape. Vests cut high, j
with or without collars. Y
Prints made with turn ups and be't ?
straps attached.
s, JicmcsetiRc and worsteds in gray, ^
h
P
find as good j
here for -the
V
.ve you seen *
dll do here ? *
THIRD FLOOR.
LEY & t
se, Fairmont, W.
. i
THE BUSINESS MAN,
As well as all other level headed men,
realizes the importance of Insuring
. against loss by fire. But we want to
address our remarks to those who are
not fully aware of the advantages of
FIRE INSURANCE.
To such men we will be glad to give
information of interest. We guarantee
not to bore them by urging them
to Insure. We simply wish to show
the advantages of carrying insurance.
Drop us a card, and our representative
will call.
NICHOLS,
ir Main Street. i
E UN BUnLte
I a tax of 1 per cent, for circulation ptir;
poses, except in the. case* of the re
funding- connols, which are by a spe- |
j cla 1 ccfc rnbject' to :? f a:-: of only on<? I
| half per cent, if the Panama bonds *
; were issued under the present iav,, f
: which would subject thorn lo a tax i
of 1 per cent, for circulation, they
would he worth only 65 cents on the
i provides that, they rnust he Issued at
: par.
Mr. Shaw said that the details of
' tIi(-.! Panama issue had not been tiiij
dertaken. Ke simply desired to have
! the plates ready. The necessary Coni
gressional legislation could, he
thought, be obtained in ten days, so
that, with the designs prepared, there
should be no delay after the decision
is reached to issue the bonds.
OPERATORS SIGN SCALE.
One Hundred Men Will Go to Work
As Result?Local Situation Re
mains Unchanged. ^
WHEELING, May 2S.?The operators
of the O'Niel mine at Herriclc
postoflice, on the C., 1?. and W. railroad
near Adena, has signed the
miners' scale and 100 men will go to
work at once at the scale formulated
by the miners at theirconference in
this city in April.
The mine is worked with machines
and-the output is about 400 tons per
; day. This is an important move on
j the part of the miners and they think J
that the influence of the signature "
j may help their cause. .
: 1 ;? . 1
Give Captain Leonard the glad ,-7
l^ind. Take, a ride on his boat Sun- <
day to the Park at 2 or 7:).
INDIA LINON
WAISTS ?
75c, 98c, $1.25 up to $4.50.. ~
Lace and "embroidery trimmed, also ~
plaited and tucked, and in every size ?from
32 to 44. _
A Handsome
WAIST OF
LINEN
rvlade perfectly plain, wnnoui nine
and flounces. Is a good fitter and costs
only $2.48. Second Floor.
The 1?3 JDiseoi
Women's Wo
Is having a wonderful effect on climin
knows, or should know, that our regular f
third off melons s big saving. If you wo
ari early visit as the suits are rapics ly m
Pret ?y
Parasols \
Have ycu forgotten that cssensiaj: t
: pr.rasol? Do you want a pretty one?
iot expensive, not cheap affairs
.. - Sa
ftner.
We've probably just the shade and
ust {'he handle you're locking for, and ,w
ou really ought to get it before seme I *
?? H.ior- ~ and
? mar>
Stocks
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T uriiovers j ^
Ribbons
; Sh
Vour neck decorations are here j get
/aiting for yau. AN kinds at all The}
rices. So hard to describe, but no j wort
rouble to show- to bt
Yau are Gordia
SON,
Va.
RAL
--of th
RAILROAI
1-1 A IP A
!h \ I thAil##-'
Cr\OI I AiHllfe
Ursder the Au$pi
n ^0 m n
Dancing from 2 to I
Ball game at 3 o'clock. All kin
and Refreshments. Cc
yourself in the <
NO ADMISSION |S CHARG
Th.e Steamer "Leonard"
at 2:04 and 7 o'clock p. i
Paris; at 3, 5, 9 and li p. xr
srip. Tile "JECazel Wafcso
ccitb barges,^will make re
-die =:oo!i. But. every one .'.rr;
jricoo arc very lev/, ariti an extra
uld sha re i:i this saving we advise
I i_i J,, jL
viio mm
t aa v iis.* x vc i
y tiidt t'is collection of Orlei * <
s now on display on the Carpet ' .yr,
far surpasses anything, they , ~g
ever seen. For quality, beaucy *
mcc'oiv '.e prices the display is
ould grasp the opportunity to
closer to these beautiful rugs.
r are fascinating to every ore;
h investigating whether you wish
uy or not.
lly Invited.
A M EN
fees of the
! jg
I Wim B SB
I o'clock p. m.
ds of Athletics. Food
>me and enjoy
woods.
will leave promptly^/

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