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jf Geo. M. Jacobs Bido, # mm Monroe street. iliS Speela' Inducements and J Special Prices. Apply J GEO. U. J A COBS, ?> . m County Cierk's Office. A p - +**??????? . ?+++" ????+???? f 4 (J f Wert Virginian's } f ^ Want Column * s Ratpc 1 ..Cent a Word * * lidUbd Each laser- J t ^ Minimujn Charge 10c. * ' , j TERMS?Cash, unless ad- J 5 vertiser has open account. J *****? * **?**+++ WANTED. WANTED?10 boys at once: Rood wages; steady work. Apply Cumberland Glass Works. HELP WANTED to do cleaning al . once. Apply at A. M. Knight & Co.'s sto-e. V AVANTF.D?A boy about 10 to work S',' In Fish Market. Apply C. V. Abbott. j|:t Jackson street WANTED?Second hand bags?Will S.t,- huy any kind, any quantity, anywhere, t 1 pay freight. Write for prices. Geo. >. 1 T. King, Richmond, Va. 29 0t ?i; WANTED?Two or three unfurnished I' rooms for light housekeeping. Address 5? H, care of West Virginian. J*T\f A MTPn A t nnro 51 nill'llO. Ar.nlv f .' Mrs. M. L. Hutchinson. C20 Fairmont avenue. WANTED?White coolt, strictly sober, with experience in restaurant. Address "P," care tho West Virginian office. 2t WANTED?At once; position as nurse , tor children. Can give reference If required. Address "F," care of West Virginian office. tf FOUND. FOUND?A bunch of la-js on Piny run last Sunday. Apply this office and J ?? (P& pay for this ad. FOR RENT. J FOR RENT?Furnished rooms api, . P'y 91 South Side, Second street ! s v FOR RENT?Beef shop. Including flx| tures, 8th street, Fairmont avenue. ApIv uly to H. F. Colebank, 1d floor Fair- | K mont Trust Co. bldg. I ' . , (FOE RENT?Two desirable store rooms on Jackson street. For furth- i er Information call at room 212 Ja cobs' building. j FOB RENT?One seven-room bouse. 1 Two four-room cottages, two flats. All J modern conveniences. Good locations f *. Sbaln, People's Bank Bulldlns. x FOR RENT?A few choice office rooms Is the new People's Bank building. Apply at the People's Bank. I FOR SALE. FOR SALE!?3 acre tract of land, WinI Held district on county road about I miles from Fairmont. Small house 1 with good garden. Quarry of fine | building stone on land. Coal rights ( not reserved. Price $65"0 In ensy payments. Good discount for cash. Ad- ' dress E. V. care this office. tl | FOR SALE ?- Eight roomed house, i with all modern conveniences. Apply ( 805 Fourth street ( FOR SALE?Hve room house on | High street Enquire at Merrlfleld Hotel. First ward. 24-7t 1 LOST. ( I I LOST?Two OOlts wan paper, uuruci, | between Christie's drag store and cor?v iter Fifth and Walnut, Fourth ward. Suitable reward for return to this of- I (; flee. I County School Books. I | at Globe Book P"we, :uj Main street | Look the want ads over dally. Yon ' ' may be wanted to-day or tomorrow jg It, wait for It, go. tf 1 ? (~Vl County School Books. |! St A. C. Kinkead's, 314 Main street. I j Gr I FOR F !'? i MEN. WHO WILL CONDUCT THE ' ELECTION THIS. FALL NAMED BY COMMITTEES. ' Below are given the election commissioners and challengers as se- 1 lected by the Republicans and Demo- J crats, respectively, the Republicans 1 being given first. Falrmoqt District ' Precinct No/ 1, Court-house?L. C. 1 Pnwoti. 7. P. Davis eommlssibner;S.W. H. Kunst, challenger. Precinct No. 2, Second ward school building?E. C. Frame, M. M. Fob. ter, commissioners; Arch Brownfleld. challenger. P'eclnct No. 3, Bamsvllle school building?George II. Price, C. A. Slanlleld, commissioners; Charles Sldwell, challenger. Precinct No. 4, Barrackyllle school bouse?John Fleming, John T. Bealle, commissioners; Frank Hawklnberry. challenger. Precinct No. 5, Mayor's office, Filth ward?T. N. Parks, J. A. Meredith, commissioners; J. 0. McNeely, challenger. Precinct No. G, State Normal school ?John Henshaw, John L. Lehman, commissioners; R. E. Morgan, challenger. Precinct No. 7. Hamilton's wore house?J. E. Powell, \V. H. Brand, commissioners; F. G. Boydston, chal lenger. Precinct No. S. Fleming school house?Commodore Bowman, Forest Fleming, commissioners; Win. 11. West, challenger. Union District. Precinct No. 1, school house?James i H. Leonard, James .1. Stealey, comr,;is sioners; r reu o. nan, umiicueti. Precinct No. 2, Mayor's office, First j ward?H. F. I.i'Onar:!, Z. \V. Morgan, ( commissioners; D. S. Hclmick, chal- , lenger. Precinct No. Nuznm Mill?Hank , SatterflelJ, Aaron Saunders, commls- . THE CASINO : Masgnerade Ball ! Tuesday, 1 October 9th, 1906 i The public It cordially Invited. ( All parties entering the dancing arena mutt be In full mask. >?<i 11 K* au/acHpH. Prnf. Omen's full orchestra. ADMISSION. GENTS, |1.00~ OBSERVATION SEATS, 25c. LADIES FREE. Entry, 8 o'clock; Grand March, 9 o'clock. Carriages, 12 J, SANDS JACKSON M*r. New Casino, Con. 'Phone, 340. ' Furniture I l l Why not (rive us a call when or Carpets. You will find on lot carry nothing but first class go right. We are agents for the B: the latest a^d best Wa-"ber oo ti with.all the rubbing. All you 1 the sink supply, and it will do terested we will let you try it fo a the work we will cheerfully tat ^ Machine complete is 115 00 j Ca -pets. We carry a full line, a ; Gettos & S Gop. Fairmont f Fairmont < eat Bai In Sh PALL AN! ! < - '- ' jrr;..'Vyls^ doners; Gideon Morgan, challenger. ?h Precinct No. 4, 8wearengen school er lonse-^Monroe Moran, Phoenix Car penter, commissioners; W. E. Mor- K san, challenger. Jc Precinct No. 5, Benton's Ferry ichool houso?John 5- Wilson, George he Sail, commissioners; Andrew Poling, m ihellengcr. Grant District. Precinct No. 1, Mayor's office, Mo- sl' - ? ?... ne loogab?L. M. Kunn, ij. ai. matter, commissioners; D. M. Harmon, chalenger. hc Precinct No. 2, Lowe's 3tore, EI- 10 lore?Wllllnm Lanham, Geo. W. Hall, ch iommlsclonrrs; A. W. Swager, challenger. ht Precinct No. 3, Union school house 01 -W. H. Granstaff, Geo. W. Hull, com- lei nissioners; Hugh McAllister, chalengcr. Precinct No. 4, Mlnersvllle school er toitse?Z. M. Reese, W. S. Reppart. commissioners; Titos Slmms, chalenger. th Precinct No 5, Evcrson school house an -J. N. Wootl, Herman 8haver, comnissioners; Charles Ice, challenger. Pawpaw District, Precinct No. 1, Rlvesville school In tonse?J. A. Hess, D. W. Clayton, . ommlsslcncrs; Chaa. Heller, challeng- F sr. Precinct No 2. lloodsvllle school F| rouso?Emery Michael, E. J. Parker, icmmlssloncrs; Blame Morris, challen- ? M ;er. -Precinct No. 3. Gray's Flat school g rouse?J. J. Talklngton, Andrew Rice, commissioners ;Wm. Hlbbs, dial- ^ lengcr. Precinct No. 4, Falrvlew school louse?D. O. Hnnes, Dr Geo. Miller, loromissloners; Calvin Haught, chalongcr Wlntleld District. w Precinct No 1. Montana Mines ichool house?'W. H. Bunner. S. W. sc Harden, commissioners; Lewis Kirk, challenger. H Precinct No. 2, Mt Harmony school rouse? Eldrcdge Carter. T. N Swish','r. commissioners; Andrew Berry, rhallenger m Precinct No. 3, Bunner's Ridge school hotise-^John J' West, Jerome E. Summers, commissioners; James B. Hayhtirst, challenger. ( l Precinct No. 4?A. B. Jollifte, T. W. Malonc, commissioners; S. A. " ?errcll, challenger. Lincoln District Precinct No. 1, Worthlngton school ro louse?T. F. Sturm, William Birch, lommlssionel-s; A. D. Ireland, dial- ' eager. Precinct No. 2, Sturms Mill school loose?Jesse F. Sturm. M. M. Marin. commissioners; Harry Sturm, challenger. Precinct No. 3, West Monongah 1 school house?Louis Rusk. J. S. Rex, icmmissionets; G. W. Nichols, challenger. Precinct No. 4, Farmlngton school ,i,_ tr Vcl r.on Hatzel. T uuuse? *yin. *?. ??. commissioners; Asliery Wells, challenger. ^ Precinct No. 5, Downs school house ?Thos. Graham, Wm. Reese, commlssioners; Sterling Conaway, challenger. 11 Manington District. Precinct No. t, Motter building? J. ,M. Barrack, M. A. Morgan, commls- ^ sioners; VV. B. Charlton, challenger. Precinct No. 2, school house Manning- tjl ton? M. B. Oobun, M. R. Seal, commlsand'""]: . Carpets l: Jl ? M you are !ookin(f for Furniture f ukiug over our goods that we q v ode, and that our prices are Z ccello Power Washer. This is ^ B le market, since it does away lave to do is to connect it with Ji the work itself. If you are in- 0 r one week. If it does not do 0 E. te it back. The price of this ? \sk to see our Druggetts and ? nd the patterns are good. J ^ : Kennedy. ji He. ana 1st St. J" , W. Va. " ! # < rgains loes D WINTE * Precinct No. ?, Pleasantvllie?W. J. Bins, Jr., J. T. Crlss, commissioners; >bn Hsll, challenger. Precinct No. 4, Logins port school mse?W. E. Gump, S. F. Goocb, comissioners; I. W. Beaty, challenger. Precinct No. 6, Rymer school house T. L. Sturm, James Devore, commlsuners; D. L. Cunningham, challenir. Precinct "No. 6, Glover's Gap school mse?W. R. Sellers, Lemech Freend. commissioners; Theodore Meta, isllenger. Precinct No. 7, Flat Run school mse?Amos Varner, F. M. Mason, iramlssloners; Jack Whetzel, chalnger. Precinct No. 8, Burt's Tannery?Lida iblnson, Lincoln 8turm, commissions; Nelson Robinson, chollenger. Democrats Named. The Democratic list Is as follows, e commissioner being named first id challenger second in each case. Fairmont District. Precinct No. 1, Court-house?F. K. iwe, Ed. Slack. Precinct No. 2, Public school bulldg?A. D. Simon, C. S. Holt. Precinct No. 3, Barnsvilfe?Nathan Connway, H. W. Sapp. Precinct No. 4, Barrackvllle?B. ank Wilson. Edgar Ice. Precinct No. 5, West Fairmont?M. . Neely, L. C. Jones. Precinct No. G, Normal School?C. Shaver, W. H. Conaway. Precinct No. 7, J. B. Hamilton's arehouse?Frank Lloyd, Geo. Lilly. Preclnci No. 8, Fleming school house Jas. L. Ervvin, Arch Fleming. Mannington District. Precinct No. 1, Mottcr Building?T. . Beall, C. H. Snodgrass. Precinct No. 2, Mannington public hool?A. L. Prlchard, Ned Bcaty. Precinct No. 3, Pleusantvllle ? P . Gaughan, W. H. Shaw. Precinct No. 4, Logansport?Caleb )ck, Richard Cunningham. Preclnci No. 5. Rymer?F. J. ToothIna I-Iu m 11 trin Product No. 6, Glover's Gap?Chas Wells, Samuel Pethol. Precinct No. 7, Flat Run?T. E. oss, Bruce Ash. Precinct No. 8, Burt school house? r. T. M. Calvert, W. G. Rymer. Lincoln District. Precinct No. 1, Worthington?Jeme Sturms, Flem. Morgan. Precinct No. 2, Sturm's Mills?Jno. . Hess, Geo. Glover. Precinct No. 3, West Monongah? David Victor, Howard Morton. Precinct No. 4, Farmlngton?J. Iiornton Martin, A. B. ClellanJ. Precinct No. 5, Downs ? Cleon rand, Price G. Brand. Union District. Precinct No. 1, Palntlne school ruse?A. P. Harr, Jas. H. Barrett. Precinct No. 2,01d Mayor's office? , B. Henderson, Dr. H. C. McKay. Pfecinct No. 3, Nuzum's Mills?Sam '. Barnes, John R. Nuzum. Precinct No. 4, Swearingen's school ruse?Job S. Nuzum, Z. J. Nuzum. Precinct No. 5, Benton's Ferry? enry Hunsaker, Alex. Tucker. Grant District, Precinct No. 1, Monongah?J. H. ronard, Thos. Donlan. Precinct No. 2, Eldora?B. K. Marir, Lewis R. Tucker. Precinct No. 3, Union School house S. L. Shaver, M. E. Lamb. Precinct No. 4, Minersville?D. C. raugh, W. C. Hall. " --? c Denrcnn?Wm H. rreujuuu u u>v>Hv. ? anley, Walter Davis. Pawpaw District. Precinct No. 1, Rlvesvllle?Win. ay ton, Jno. Musgravo. Precinct No. 2. Hoodsvlllc? Wm. tnnanl, Dennis Barbc. Precinct No. 3. Gray's Flats?W. D. e, Dr. A. L. Peters. Precinct No. 4, Falrvlew?Jas. ichael, Bert Michael. Wlnfield District Precinct No. 1 Montana ? Clyde incent, M. C. Stewart. Precinct No. 2. Mt. Harmony?H. . Meredith, Abe Page. Precinct No. 3. Bunner's Ridge ? io. C. Galllher, R. Q. Musgrave. Precinct No. 4. Murray Jonathan? JolIifTe, Will Ball. Mr. A. A. Provance, a miller of 20 are' experience, has leased the mill Hunsaker & Hawkins at Colfax id he Is now prepared to give satisctlon to all milling customers, as i purchases his grain by the car ad and always baa a good supply on m* QJvo Mm ft rail. XX School Book* Exchanged. A. C. Klnkead'a, 314 Main street Plenty of position are odcred In 001 ant column. Look It over. [c :r Mi 11 See the 4 FERNS I: at PARRISfl'S FLEMING, The Florist, 4 7th And Locust, A Both Phones. j^SOCIETY^ Mr. McGregor Was Hot! Mr. W. B. McGregor wis host to a number of friends yesterday at a diii ner given at the Country Club. The entertainment was In compliment to a number of out-of-town men who assisted him at the opening of the McGregor and Amos furniture store last week. A sumptuous repast was served and the occasion was a memorable one for all who were In attendance. Covers were laid for eight convivial guests.?Parkcrshurg State Journal. Will Entertain Jolly Jokers. Misses Pearl and Ella Davis will entertained the Jolly Jokers this evening at their home on Columbia street. Miss Belle Turner, of Weston, una Mine rufve TtranH will lie the honor guests of tho occasion. Home From the Park. Mr. and Mrs. I.arney P. Curr have returned from their stimmor home at ML Lake Park, Md. Miss Abide Carr has been in New York City with rela Ives for the past month and will remain there for Beveral weeks longer. Misaion Band Meeting. The McFarland Mission Hand met last evening at the home of Mrs. Geo. Glffln on Locust avenue. The band Ispreparing to hold a Christmas Bazaat the first week In December and last night the members engaged In making articles for sale. Mothers' Club Meeting Postponed. The Mothers' Club which was to have mqt this evening at the home of Mrs. Barr on.Qulncy street has been postponed until next week on account of the absence from tho city of the president, Mrs. Walter Barnes. Mas Nettle Bartlett has opened a studto for teaching China painting = and water colors. Orders taken for decorated china and art worn. Koqms adjoining Shafer Studio. Ai Masquerade Ball, The Casino, Tuesday Evening, Oct. 9th, 190G. The public Is cordially Invited. ki Full mask. In Prof. Omen's full orchestra. ni, Prizes awarded. Y< Admission, Gents, Jl.OO. th Observation seats, 25c. = Indies free. 4 Entre 8 o'clock. Grand march, 9. A Carriages, 12. A special invitation is . extended to the Monogahela Club. the Jolly Four, the Coliseum, Monon- ^ gah, and other out of town people who A wish to attend. This invitation is final ? and is given through the papers in or- ~ der to reach you all and slight no one. A J. SANDS JACK.SUN, Manager Casino. | DEATHS | HICKMAN?On Tuesday, October 2d, at the home of. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hickman, on Third street and Gaston avenue, Miss Grace Hickman, aged 18 years. Funeral services on Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Interment in Woodlawn cemetery. ROHR?On Tuesday, October 2d, at City Hospital, Mr. L. H. Rohr, of Market street. Remains will be taken to Morgantown for Interment. |Jones Undertaking Co. I K. U. JUJNttS, r unerai uireowr, ; Arterial Embalmer. Bell Phone 305-2. F. tc, M., 295-2. jj > < has. B. 307 /vvAir > N W -'Vj ' ' - ? - ^ A Bale of underwear that should be of intent! to + J every woman within reach of this store. Firit af all will be the sale of "Onoita" Union Suits, one || : of the beet values we ever offered. *** Ladies' and Mis8es' "Oneita" Union Suite, ^ __ in either natural-gray or cream color, a gu>V.A ment that sells the world over at 50c, Oft/? + J we will sell to-morrow at each 0#* Our entire stock of Ladies', Misses'afid tJhD aren a v eats, ranis, Bleeping vrarnienw, uoum a ,-?? Suite, etc., the very best half dollar 4ft* + goodB to be had, during this sale at,-each Oil* +1 ladies', Misses' [and Children's Vests and j Pants," Union Suits and Sleeping Garments, the best 25c and 85c goods made, dur- Ijttp' '2tP ing this sale special at At*. J|||h ? "" ' ?n.ii wnii_.._nnM. isiil uon r iorgex our x au mmma y vpou- jiMm ? ing on Thursday, October 4, in the } afternoon, from two to Ave o'clock, and in the oa ening from seven till * nine o'clock. ALL ARE INVITED. Jl The T 11 ffl J The H s- Jolliiie s?|.j CHILD KILLED. |and jumping the track at iiLvy tan. at the foot of the hill, tUM* ??; ly Many Peraoni Injured In Runa- burying the paasengera lutie watk- ,.?8 way Car Accident at age. Of the injured eerenl, IMa fearNew York. eJ, might die. The accident waw to the breaking of a chain lllarbwt im J| NEW YORK, Oct. 2.?A child was the brake. lied and a score of men and women 1 lurer, live or six dangerously last Don't waltuntUywar-MtaWS <| ght when a runaway car of the entirely out before ordering bat inkers street railway dashed down us up now and try oar if dw e steep Incline of McLane avenue ] partmenL * WB8T 'W1SWHUJ* Men's Suits Top'Coats $10.00 to $25.00 $10.00 to 520,06' t -J Ml !. | HOWARD ? ?I m IS m Fall Styles Now Ready SAM B. fSEMAN I Head to Foot Outfitters. J | . X J PERRIN'S Strouse Bros."* i vi IMPORTED TT t A * , r. ! m I GLOVES Hl?h Art Clothing $ (? Children's Suits Rain Cofl)Bvj^^ ; $2.00 to $7.00 $10.00 to $25,00; ^ _ _ _ '_ _' - >-<dKy^wp^fpj| Highland [I V STREET. j 2 I ' I