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Imiencing Saturday I
P^our entire Eine of Stov
" Lawn Mowers
For five:-days'on|y
p,;;.; Our Leader, SN.OO, Good Luck Gas R
fe; A S9.0G Dinner Set of 100 pieces of
1L. A M.50 N-?. 1 R.iss Washer, for
Our $850, White Mountain"Refrigerati
||i. $15. Novelty Range, 6 hole, a big sell
p Our best Bargain, S9.5Q Torch Cook S
A l-quart Arctic leg Cream Freezer. 5
I;
Re mem
I DON'T FORGET THE
Jacobs-Hutch inso
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^ PERSONAL.
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J. XV. Poling is in Enterprise toLawrence
San'ls, of Wheeling, is in
gfei : town.
Attorney Fred T. Martin is in town
life,: ;; to-day.
gpv:' J, (). Watson returned l'rom Wheelfe
,. Ing to-day.
Ben Conaway left for his home in
S.::v . M'anningrton on 71.
C. jr. Bond was in town to-day enroute
to Morgantown.
Sam R. Nuzum was at Morgantown
this morning.
. Mrs. W. B. McGregor left for her
home at Clarksburg this afternoon.
John Wagner returned front a Itusig
ness trip to Wheeling this afternoon.
?V Mrs. Rhodes, of Walnut avenue,
jf:;-: was dismissed from Cook's Hospital
fe- yesterday.
Mesdames X. It. C. Morrow anrl XI.
J- L. Sheets are in Farmington on XV.
SJ. C. T. U. business.
I-'
President H. I,. Swisher, of the
Acme Publishing Company, llorganff.
town, Is here to-day.
Elias Bariter, of Lumberport, who
was at Cook's Hospital for an opera
fir.:-:" tion. was sent name cured iu-uu.v.
, Professors McCowan and Rosier
returned from the Educational Associaticn
meeting ar Morgrantown at
noon.
t;Mrs. Curtis M. Kilgore left for her
home in Akron. Ohio, this morning,
felr;./; .accompanied by her niece. Miss Cliloe
fe-- rflarrj, who will spend a few weeks at
H'A;'"- . Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Billingsley, of
Locust avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Wilson and son E. C., of Maple
avenue, left last, evening- for the Pair
Kip. at St. Louis.
jSfrjJ
Pitcher Groninger. who has been
doing good work for V.*. V. U. this)
season was sent (o Piedmont this
fe.. morning by Manager Slack to help!
ip'-V the Fairmont pitching staff, which '
1 in bad shape with Vashinder and Qualey
indisposed:
Profs. E. E. Mercer and \V. R. Shaw. I
of the Normal faculty, left this after- ,
; neon for Terra Aiia, and from there I
j will go to Harvard next week, as j
' 1 ' f WTof t I
mentioned exciusnmv m ult. j
j Virginian some time ago.
'Squire Joshua Shaw, of Union (lis- I
j trict, called in this morning and sub- I
scribed for the Daily West Virginian. I
He did another thing that lie said he i
fo: didn't like to do?discontinued the |
. Weekly?that it was like parting with j
V one of his best friends to <lo so. I
B&V-.. \ Mr. and Mrs. John M.. Millan. of Ity- j
mer, arrived in the city last night for 1
j U ! an extended visit at the home of Miss j
Mollie Martin, on the South Side.
B The merry-go-round at tlie corner j
of Jackson and Jefferson streets re|
||& ceived a fresh coat of paint this week,
-with Phil S. Greiner as chief artist.
H Mrs. A. A. Bunner and daughter,
Miss Mollie, left Fairmont this morn8g
ing an extended trip among
mm friends and relatives in Pittsburg
^Land vicinity; Rev. A. A. Bunner also
^ terted to-day for a trip through the
B||e of Ohio. He tvill return by the
Mj^ittsburg to visit his son, and
Aopany his wife and daughter
to Fairmont.
febale" is being exHfemdes-I
" Juin:
i?3oming, JUSS3E 25th, and
es arsd Ranges, iRefrigera
?, Oil Stoves, Express Waf
' you can buy at ou
ange, 16 inch oven, I iiole for
Imported English China Ware, for
or, that holds 60 pounds of ice, for
er, with us, at .
tove, No. 8-!6, will go at
1.25, for
4"Thlsi
ber wtien you pay us our regular price
TIMfi Saturdi
I 139Di.g
n Building-, at
DOLUVER ;
SPOKE OF
FAIRBANKS
I
j THE USUAL SPREAD-EAGLE, ELO|
QUENT STRAINS OF ORATORY
WERE LISTENED TO WIIM >
RAPT ATTENTION.
CHICAGO, June 23.?The speech of
Senator DolJiver, of Iowa, placing
Senator Fairbanks in nomination for
the Vice-Presidency, was in characteristic
spread eagle style. He paid
a glorious tribute to the policies of
the Republican party and to the leaders
who are responsible for adoption
of these policies. Gradually and
adroitly he led up to a characterization
of the silent Indianian whose
great qualities of statesmanship were
fittingly eulogized. His peroration,
placing Fairbanks in nomination,
. was in the following words:
While lie lias not sought to constrain
the judgment of the conven- :
j tion. directly ol* indirectly, he has
I kept himself free from the affectation ,
! which undervalues the dignity of the
second office in the gift of the American
people, and I do not doubt that
liis heart has been touched by the voluntary
expression of universal good
; will which has already chosen him
as one of the standard bearers of
the Republican party of I he United
States. The ofliee has sought the
mail and lie will bring to the office
commanding personality of a statesman
equal to any of The great responsibilities
which belong to our public
affairs. A loader ol* the Senate, the
champion of all the great policies
which constitute the invincible record
of the Republican party during
the last " ten years, his name will become
a tower of strength to our
cause not only in his own State, but
everywhere throughout the country.
A man of affairs, the whole business
community shares the confidence
i which his political associates have
reposed in him from the beginning of
! his public life. The quiet, undemon- |
stralive. popular opinion which has
I given rhe Republican party a plati
form upon which ali Republicans
! stand, with no dissenting voice here
or anywhere, lias long since antici!
pated the action of the convention in
! adding to rhe National Republican
| t icket the name of Senator Fairbanks,
of Indiana. 1 take pleasure in preI
senting his name, honored everywhere
throughout the United States,
as our candidate for Vice-President^ .
Mass Meeting.
Miss Frances Ensign, of Madison,
Ohio, will give an address in the Presbyterian
Church, Monday evening,
June 27, at S o'clock. Her subject will
be "Pitfalls," and those who have
heard it. say this is one of her very
best lectures. Miss Ensign comes to
us highly recommended as at platform
lecturer, and has always charmed her i
audiences, with the able manner in
which she handles her subject. A
cordial invitation is extended the
general public, to come out and hear
this talented young orator, from Ohio.
At the close of her lecture a "Y" will
be organized.
From the Press.
Miss Ensign is certainly deserving
of rank among the foremost speakers
of the day, and we commend her
heartily.?Standard, Coshocton, O.
Daily "West Vlrglnlaj^ron tains
more good reading matt^g|l||^any
other paper
EC.' t
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ending Thursttay ?vemnj
tors, Lawn Swings, Harm
?ons, and aii our Wringer
r store for -cash th'i
$12.60:
7.20
.5.85
7.44
13.50
8.45
2.00
bb? r9nwmaj'mrxr-*nmr.rrjsBXETcrKr.nrziZ--*\-*l2fzrm~ULijair I
s you buy as cheap as any one else v,
ay9 June 25, to
OFFICES
THE WYOMING AND WEST j
VIRGINIA DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY WILL BE LOCATED
HERE.
President W. T. Coburn, of the
Wyoming and "West Virginia Development.
Company, was in the city last
night and was seen by a West Virginian
reporter. The company he represents
is a Western concern, incorporated
for the purpose of manufacturing
brick, sand-stone, etc. President
Coburn was here looking for
rooms for the head offices in this
State. The company has bought 11S
n prpi; of In rid near Vorcantown. and
will put up a plant on it at once,
which he says will be in operation in
sixty days. It is settled that the offices
will be located in Fairmont.
Funeral of Mrs. Nuzum.
The funeral services of ~\Irs. Ellen
Nuzum will be held at the home at
Lhe corner of Locust avenue and
Fifth street, to-morrow afternoon at
four o'clock. Harry Nuzum, of Utica,
N. Y., arrived to-day and the other
two step sons will arrive this evening
or to-morrow.
j?#3-52 .
JBmymMBm Ife / 'I i
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^Jm,
FRIDAY,
Skinner Builflino
Second Door
r\Dove PosioffiGe.
Offering's for these three
SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS?Only 1
four left?they are regular SI 5.00
values; to close them otit, our
offer is $8.50.
? I
FOULARD SILKS?Some of those
pretty satin foulards, worth $1.00 ?
a yard, for 60c.
WHITE GOODS?Some handsome pat- C
terns ill mercerized cnecis, nunu
30c, for 20c; 35 and 3Sc kind for
a yard 25c.
? J
3ILK SPECIAL?Another piece of
that guaranteed 3G-inch black taffeta,
worth $1.35 other places;
our price, a yard 98c.
L k
OF H
3 JLJINfl
g, duxn, w? a>iiciii
mocks, Garden Hose, ice
s, Tin Ware, Granite Wai
e foSlowing BARQi
SI.50 Hammocks will go at
S2.75 Lawn Mower, 14 inch cut
A SI.60 Hot Plate, 2-burner, at
Our S6.50 Lawn Swings can be bought
$1.25 Challenge Wringer at
Quart Tin Cans, at
Mason's quart Jars
IT In I
ill soli you, and buy at above prices
i Thursday, Jut
MI i
#%. SL~1 |La r3?ll
EXCELLENT !
TREATMENT
THE CRIPPLE CREEK UNION
MINERS ARE ALL SAFE AND
HAVE ONLY WORDS OF
THANKS FOR KINDNESS
SHOWN.
DENVER, June 13.?The Cripple
Creek Union miners, deported to the
Kansas line by order of Adjutant General
Bell are beginning to arrive here.
About fifteen already have reached
the city among them John Comstock
who said in an interview: "We are all
safe, I guess. We got off at Holly as
has been told, and those people certainly
treated us flue. They feasted
us and we have only thanks for them.
I have not thought of whether or not
I will return to the camp."
A large portion of the deported
miners have arrived at Grenada,
? f.-m XT/,!!,, Vticiv a rp !
L W CUIJ luxica ii Via II'-'H.' ? ~ |
on tlieir way back to the mountains, i
The town hall has been tendered the
men, and a number have availed
themselves of the opportunity.
d Shoes!
We laave succeeded 1
n getting- tlie agency j
ior tlie ceIebi*atod
Grawiord' Siioes. I
I
All tlie latest styles !
.it Oxfords and liig-li!
_ I
sop siloes are on ens-1
play at the
union Giotiiiiio
House,
2 Doors Below P. 0.||
;0 and $4.
in: 11
CI ULL9I
: days are not tO be overloo
["ABLE LINEN?Five pieces regular ]
59c and 65c linen for these three
days, at a yard 44c.
-ANC ASTER APRON GINGHAM at
a yard 6c. !
3ILK WAISTS for these three days
all at Vi off regular prices.
IINGHAMS?Best grade Bates Seer- 1
sucker ginghams, worm loc a
yard, special 10c.
.ITJSUN SPECIAL?5,000 yards best 1
7c grade " unbleached muslin, 36inches
wide, only 10 yards to a
customer, special, ten / yards I
for '..49c.
- ..... . j , .
3 30
ave on safe at from 10 to I
! Cream Freezers, Screei
re, Galvanized Ware anci
\rns-.
for
T
you SAVE fi-o.n TEX to TWENTY p<
ie so. DON'T F
Leading: Hardware S
STILL - I
SEARCHING
FOR VICTIMS OF THE GREAT SLOCUM
DISASTER?ONE HUNDRED
POLICEMEN ON
DUTV.
NEW YORK, June 23.?They are
finding victims of the Slocum disaster
much slower now and it appears
as if the great built of dead had been
gathered. The total number of bodies
found up to 9 o'clock this morning
was SS3, of which 7S0 has been
identified. There is an accurate
list of the missing and beginning today
100 policemen under the direction
of Policeman Commissioner McAdoo
are to make a thorough canvass of
the stricken district. The policemen
will go from house to house and make
a thorough canvass of the dead and
missing- The work will take two or I
three days. Twelve funerals have I
been arranged for to-day. Among
those to be buried are three children
in one house at No. 532 East Fifth
street and two children from the
home of Edward Kline, No. 31 Avenue
A. Mr. Kline has already buried two
other members of his family, who
were lost in the disaster.
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' '" 'COf-YRtG?T
THAT DELIGHTFUL FLAVOR
given by the juices of luscious fruits,
ripe and fresh, makes Jim Martin's
soda so popular. The fact that al!
these syrups are absolutely pure ap
peals to everyone's good sense who
values health. The water used Is pure
also, and there is no Summer beverage
so wholesome and delicious. Try
a glass of soda with his delicious ice
cream at the
/
SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY.
m
FFFX
I I L-CJ
>ked, as we offer some very
HOSIERY SPECIAL?A lot of Chil.(lren's
and Misses' blaclc lace
Hose, regular 25c kind, for these
three days, special, a pair. .. 17c.
SKIRT SPECIALS?For these three
days all regular $5.00 skirts go
at $3.98.
RIBBON SPECIALS?A lot of regular
25c ribbons in all shades, for a
yard .... ? 15c.
LINEN SUITINGS-?All linen, 36
inches wide, worth 29c a yard, as
a leader, a yard.... 20c.
jADIES' BLACK L'ACE HOSE?Beauties
for 50c, but this sale all 50c
20 per cent. Reduction
t Doors and Windows,
Queensware.
$1.28
2.4:8
1.44
5.50
. 1.10 '
32c doz. I
39c doz. 1
""his! 1
3i" cent.
OROET IE PLACE:
tore, Fairmont. W. Va.
PAUL MORTON
HESITATES
A READJUSTMENT OF THE PRESIDENT'S
CABINET MAY BE
MADE?ANNOUNCEMENT
LOOKED FOR SOON.
WASHINGTON. D. C-, June 23.?
There has been a new shuffle of the
ca: ds in the Cabinet deck. It is understood
that Paul llorton, of Nebraska
and Chicago, vice-president of
the Santa Fe system, is shy about accepting
the offer of the Navy portfolio.
and that the President will aov
try to induce him to take that of the
department of Commerce and Labor.
Representative Victor Metcalf, of California.
who was slated for the position,
would just as leave be Secretary
of the Navy, and if Morton should
decide to take Secretary Cortelyou's *
place, Metcalf will probably step into
Secretary Moody's shoes. An authoritative
statement on the subject
is expected from the White House
this evening. Mr. Morton will arrive
here snortIV- alter noon tu-jiav, a.nu.
will take lunch with tlie President,
when the matter of his entrance into
the administration family will probably
be ijecided.
See the $2.50 Colored "Cmbrellas for
$1.75 at The Bon Ton. x
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i ; ii \ ziy'ti&su
-a'*.zv CcU'i
y.s ? ? ' *:>* ' ".
BATTERIES,
Bells, Push Buttons, Incandescent
Lights and all things pertaining to
Electricity, we can supply you wnn
ELECTRICAL GOODS
of a!I sorts. Take contracts for wiring
your home or office building. Estimates
cheerfully furnished. Enjoy
the cool breeze of one of our electric
fans.
D. L. !?3AYERS,
Bell 'phone, 192. Store Room 113
F. & M., 305. Jackson St.
QNDAY.
Main Street
Fairmont...
\/a
91 UWU U.
LOW PRICES.
grade for 44c.
WHITE PARASOLS ALL AT
SPECIAL PRICES.
WASH GOODS SPECIAL?:just ill, 50
piece^ regular ISc, 20c and 25c
lawns, etc:, for these three days
all go at a, yard 12J4c
Wash goods at 5c, Sc and 10c. %'"
See these.
MILLINERY?'TIs well' known that
lwinAc: nro alwjivB- lower than
otliers, but during- these three
days we offei* a reduction of. 1-3
off, which makes our prices just
lialf what you would have to pay
for the same Hats elsewhere. :

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