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J llullOw Each' Inser- J I J TERMS?Cash, unless ad- J I S vertiser has open account. J pfjiij Choice OHice Rooms Geo. M. Jacobs Bidg, Monroe Street. ^ Specia1 Inducements and _ J Special Prices. Apply i':" '# GEO. M. JACOBS, A County Clerk's Office. II WANTED. AD. MAN WANTED. At once, permanent employment for sober, steady man; all round printer preferred. Address West Virginian. Fairmont, W. Va. : ? WANTED?10 boys at once; stood wages; steady work. Apply CtimDbr\ land Glass Works. j WANTED?Two or three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Address H, care of West Virginian. WANTED?At once, a nurse. Apply 1 Mrs. 1J. L. Hutchinson. fair,-mini, avenue. WANTED?White nook, strictly soher,; with experience In restaurant. AJ dress "P," care the West Virginian Sice. 2t WANTED?At once;position as nurse for children. Can Rive reference II | i required. Address "F," care of West Virginian ofllce. tl I | ? ; ( FOUND. I FOUND?A bunch of he.vs on Hny. | run last Sunday. Apply lip's ( dice end pay for thin ad. j * FOR RENT. i TOR RENT?Furnished rooms ap- j j ply 91 South Side. Secmd street. I FOR RENT?Two desirable store rooms on Jackson street. For forth j er information call at room 212 Ja : cobs' building. FOR RENT?One seven-room house j Two four-room cottages. two (lata All! modern conveniences. Goo.: locations i AL Shaln, People's Dsr.k Buildine i FOR RENT?A fOF rhoice cp U the new People's Bar.lt bufidinK j Apply at the People's Bank FOR SALE. FOR SALE?Good property at off Gastori avenue; inquire Mrs. J. A. Leonard, 612 Merchant street. tf I .FOR SALE?Six. room dwelling and grocery store at n bargain to quick buyer. Inquire at the'office. tf FOR SALE?Beautiful ferns and choice begonias. Call at Clt Locust avenue. tf FOR SALE?Flue building lot on Glenn street. Fifth ward. Size 50x120. Will sell on easy payra"nts, , J. H. PITZER, tf Manninfiton, \V. Va. . FOR SALE?A four room cottage, corner of Eighth street and Hamilton avenue, Fifth ward. A bargain If sold soon. tf M FOR SALE OR RENT?A comfortable brick house with all modern Improvements, two acres of land, fine fruit and good shades. Apply on premises, 623 Pike street. tf FOR SALE?3 acre.tract of land, Winfield district on county road about I miles from Fairmont ' Small bouse with good garden. Quarry of fine building stone on land. Coal rights not reserved. Price $650 in easy pay- ? meats. Good discount for cash. Ad- _ dress E. V. care this office. ti ? LOST. I LOST?White fox hound, brown spot I on back, speckled ear. Return to H. I W. WOOfiy. .vmrivci on (jelve reward. _ . 12-2t LOST, STRAYJSD ' OR ST0I.1CN ? Fiom my residence at Barusvillc, Mon day night. Ocl. S, light re.i dehorned cow with halter on. Information gladly received. Mrs. J. B. Hartman, Fairmont, \V. Va. R. I). No. 2. LOST?Englishliull terrier pup,knpwu aa "Rex." BrinJle with while breast. Return to 137 .Maple. LOST?Two bolts wall paper, border, between Christie's drug store and corner Fifth and Walnut, Fourth ward Suitable reward for return to this office Fined For Drunkenness. Mrs. F. B. Campbell, who was arrested for being drunk, was tried be' lore Justice Amos lato yesterday afternoon. She confessed to the charge and was fined one dollar and costs. She is serving time in the county jail. Mrs. Campbell's husband has instituted a r lt against her in the Intermediate Court. -. . IF LINES WITHIN THE REACH OF THE MODEST PURSE U MORROW WE OFFER SOME UNUSUAL VALUES, UN ll MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AT $2.98. ?% Made from jilain blue, brown, pro v. <rroen and red Kersey. AlV so pretty plaids aid 'mixtures. C.ollar with inlaid velvet and braid. ( lifts to nmti-li. Special at ? Special at 12.98 i i g PLUSH COATS at $5.00. ' AT $1.33. n In brown, red, green and blue, Sizes 1 < lined throughout; sizes 6 to 14. end whites: |[g years. Special at Verv special 5 Spocia' at $5.00 Very Sp 6 81 NOW ONE-FOURTH LESS. Pj J if LA.EIES' AND MISSES' ) ? j I JJ HATS $5.0p. ' __ Beautiful bats, trimmed by irbiliners who know how--and do it S right, witlna style that's hocom- i; ing. See \jrhat we oiler at <Z(or. 's . %S. no "/'.p See this line of lnis und note | i^reeomi the stylo, quality and value. I ldcely ti I ITSM II Ladies' Fleeced Lined Underwear Ladies' and hisses' Vests an yA Feints with hem pear! hntlous pncl A White or ecru: medium < Re* lapel iieel;; a nice weight at 2ac licnvy weiuht: silk trimmed an 8; t our best 5Uc value. Special i Children's Union Suits and Sleep inj Ga:tnents F.oys' Underwear. jthf i , white or erov fleece lined; all , Heavy fleeced and in sizes f< hoys 6 to 14 years of aire. Spcei sizes at , 25c. ijt 2' X _ 1 .?; rr= ?Jhe Best Store. JO ??9?SKid0e9SQ099e0C I ??? ^ J + " - - _. .WI.I-- -.-. - WI.-L CVe? an(] w, Pa* V?i,n ceBsful Gra TUESDAY, oei'i our committee october 16th. Fern Dishes ScCm ccIkeE' Filled Now cd U|Km the music. , for "BabI | . . The "babi a 4: Winter Use I row nftem ^ prompt alter FtEHlili, Tie Florist, K35S . 7th and Lociut. tlly tlecorai ! Both Phojihe. i ranged for t , body Is con' I~ see this ros< ~ you are cei rconer I j;p i I by viewing Ol njni/ SOCIETY "nla* Skating RinK .. i. s~j J threshold." 418 Jackson St..; ,gg . .. i Was the Military Ball at Jackson Honors f Is now open for the public. , Street Casino Last Night Morning Session 9 to 12. The society event of the K. of P.'s wfll) 'or"' ntb m 3nri i&c hlg convention was the military ball rniVorsliv tl Admission, 10 and 1!jc. at thc j!ick8on alnjo( CaBlno ]as, n,ghl Afternoon Session 2 to 5. * which was an entirely successful en- g|ven ,|lenl o , tertalnment from every point of view. wnB Admission, 10 and 18c. There was a large throng of guests'?'f th(, Iun|, r?i?7 ?n 10:30. present Including the dancers am'i Hnwlov has " ? , , others who were on lookers. About | Admission, 10 and 25f. ?|X(y couples were on the Boor and n Private Cloak Room, 5c. ' "ie entertainment held until a late , , f hour. At eleven-thirty o'clock thei Special arrangements Riven flran.l March was formed and was le.lj' to private parties wishing to by Col, Pack, of Hotmdsvillo and Jlrs ,h0 Monuco Mamie Hardwlck. of this city. Grand rent the rink. See me for dates Chief of the Rethlione Sisters. Omen's Mai J (AHnO lAPVOnU orc,lpstra furnished n fine pro-| Misses G) oAllUo JAliKoUn, gramme for the occasion. Through-I will entertal M>r New Casino out the PVPn'DK delictus fruit punch;row afiernot ? ' ' was served and during the Interrals ] Mrs. Phil Con. Pnona, 340. f Ion a luncheon was served. The oo-| fatdlfa' Aftei irnsTTmi'imii i ? i?imw?? casiun was an altogether enjoyable p. ni.?Manr * "* JOLLIFFE'S THE STORE THAT DOE8 THINGS. v tees' Nol P WAIST, HAT OR PUBS. WHAT WOMAN ICLLITIES IN EVEBY WAY FOB THE POT "S LATEST, THE WOBK OF NEW YOBK'S PRICE PAST IS NEVEfi OVERLOOKED B AND PRIDE OURSELVES UPON THE SUO USUALEVEN HERE, THE HOME OF THE I FURS? With the "wintry blasts'' here every hulv is getting ready to buy FURS. ? We are showing a full assortment of Minks, Ermines, Foxes, Squirrels, Chinchillas, Xearseals, and Persians in the very latest styles. Scarfs and .Mull'. $1.00 to $50.00. rnATS LADIES' COA C0ATS Plain lrrnadc half satin lined braid 1 rimmed. C y ars. in all colors. mixtures, dark sold all over at $3.U0f littetl loose or $1 f .50 and $15. ''A' *? 61 DO c ;w,r rioifli At tiM.yo . OJJDO iiii i: :m with a c L.-Um-.' i'.U'o - .0 : j !>.U.:k.y 'Tltli iMED hat',3, $1.50 to >12.50. Insivo and stylo, m eyatv is tlit* true keynote o r.sernhle this seas.m. Eniii rondel ]'" so t ' ?lines of refined i-loganee. wliirli nil in1 s tin; wonderful supremacy of llie Ilotise li^ed style e.-nti'i. An cle r '.nt line of Kiutc!-: inimcd. at these small prices. r f d . Ladies' Woolen Underwear ?. j In white or cream: extra fine ltJ (llltllltv; IfJ.lHI JUKI Value. lt Special at 79c >c Cashmerette Hote. ir Looks like wool: feels like it. ill too; have the quality also. Speic cinl at ' 15c pr. LLIFFI ioooesoooooes is a fitting close to a sue- Moving to Loult! nd Lodge meeting. The Mrs. M. E. Bennett, w In charge of the affair, spending some lime in P s. Randall, J. F. Straight oal.. left that place on tl: Iller are to he congratulat- tober for Baton Rougi success of the affair. where she will spend the her son, Prof. C. J. C. Bei t Show" To-morrow. a teacher In the t'nlversl r show" will open to-mor- ana- ^'rH- Bennett wrltt oon at 2 o'clock and a here that California is r dance by mother and baby ering from the earthquake . The room reserved for I1'0 artl huslly rebuilding 8piciqus event will be pret- 11 n(' the business enterprii ed and conveniently ar- en renewed energy. he comfort of all. Every llally invited to come and bud garden of babies and Prevention are toothi tain to be made happier tablets. Prevention d: so much beauty and inno- |d , k, ?nd , admission fee Is only ten . . , ,' . the proceeds are to be ex- -vou ?rst 'ee' ""t a c0'1 iharity. It is to be hoped they check and prevent fill fell that he or she can ventics are thoroughly s iss cross)ig the "charmed <jren, and as effectual fur Don t forget the location. , , . , o the Stanley Hotel, nor ami recommended In 5 c ^morrow afternoon from 2 cent boxes by E. A. Blllii ck. or Fairmont Students. N0TICE T0 C0N Tho Roard of Edneation of Fairmont young people ending the West Virginia trlct will receive bhls for tils year have been honor- Hon of a new school bulldli school mates who have Rlm ai80 for the erection "on of one room ,o the Ev >r class and Miss Berlhn house, from now until been chosen as an editor 17th. Plans and speciflcal Icolu. the Junior Class 8een at the residence of t cation. Miss Cllda Smith or t (he MononBah 8eho ppointed as an associate . ? , , , 3 Literary Department of twCen 9 oclock m- nnd la, m. The material for the of said house will be Nun inlngton Society. except the doors, wlnt psy' and Lena Prlchard boards, and the roof. Tl n the Hook Club to-mor- serves the right to reject >n at 2 ,<f clock. bl(lg Dleu will entertain the 1 rH.?Tpa ? v? moon Club to morrow at 2 CHAllLLS A. Mc ilntrton Record. 'w l 'e ' - v . . r^Tptmont's BK ffe Smart styles in Women's Skirts;'come in Panama cloth, gray? 9K brown and black, in the new jtieated models, box or side pleats. some trimmed with stitched strap and covered buttons, deep hems. KB w.tii..,. nnnuljm imrpil nlnftted model is the invisible green and <>uuii?va J.- r> -- ? r* 19 brown large plaid effects, of mannish material, well tailored, faultlessly fitting $0.00 garments, here at the low price of $4.98| Women's and X A NEW SUIT, A NEW COAT, A NEW SHIR? X THEM? AND WHAT STORE CAN OFFER BETTER Fi X WEAR DEPARTMENTS ARE FILLED WITH FASHION X AS NO STORE HERE CAN HOPE TO EQUAL, AND THE THE SALE OF BAIN COATS CONTINUES ALL WEEK. ^ | $10.00 Coats sell here at . $13.50 Coats sell here at ....... (9.75 Af $38.50 Coats sell here at $25.00 Coats sell here at* v (18.75 | ;;ffl M Fall Suits m IS NOT INTERESTED JUST NOW IN ONE OR ALL Of :CHASE OF THESE GARMNTS? OUR GREAT READY-TOBEST MAKERS. ALL IN ALL, AN EXPOSITION SUCH [ERE. WE TRY TO BRING THE NEWEST IN THESE v 'IR CESS OF OUR EFFORTS IN THIS DIRECTION. FOR TO- 1W ffli (EST FOR THE LEAST. ffj MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AT $5.00. Lonjr, loose styles; plain tailored or beautifully trimmed wifh braids and velvets. Swell plaids and mixtures: also all the plainnm| 1 ^ colors. Special lit Special at S5.00 : II _ . .- .^^Kjggnn rs AT $9.75. '"3?M lotlis. ors,y,.. etc., TAILOR MADE SUITS. ' ' IlggM I, plain tailored or Lot of sample suits, one of u MS;-; 1 rettv plaids and ' kind, plain brondclotlis^iieat mix- JE||k and I tad it eileets, tures and large plaids. Worth U'-" ; sMiii-httuijf styles. fro,,, $15.00 to $45.00. . JK&$ 00 values !di at $9.75 Now 1-4 to -? . ? .. ftltt M I CHILDREN'S HATS. ; iistinction. Tb<' 'rincl that y?nr children will V-JJ io.il. well in. Snmc cnrc about. ...'?*?> ... bjB p j.,!!,? . trimming these as the higher Wont priced be la. All shades: all new- A 'pips'inuabiy ' BapS;^? ' \ I \ MEN'S UNDERWEAR. j LADIES' AND MISSES' UNION Ip^jgB shirts and drawers; shirts with .'riic resrnlar 50c kinds. "Oft shield front if desired. Natural <ita quality in natural ffvay'oc? . i-i-rii: perfectly made: wellfleeeeil - aMfflBW ray or Camels ilair colors. All ( illu( one 0f the best ralncs' insizes : 50c value. Special at town. Special at EC'S The BusyStore 11 J*? I | ho'bas bee THIRTY REN IS T T !I aclflc Crovc, I lllll I I UblllU i TUE8DAY, ^ le 51 h of Oe- I OCTOBER 16TH, ' ,^|?8 \rtatervM WAS ALL HOULT COULD MUSTER . i COFFEE, ! ^f;3g| inetL who Is WHEN ?TH" CAKE< < Hi ty of I^oulsi- ER VIOLATORS. MU8IC. fnilnv'ppnm*. M. H. Honlt ?u arretted on Madl- . ' and the neo- son s,reet ,ast nlsht lly Officer Gould. their homes ,hlr,y CC"t8- Hls flne WaB - ''i' "' jes hate ta? Thomas Gilhart was a plain drunk ( 1B _ that had to be carried from Madison I ___ 11 I'. 1 Jj_ 1. ft...I:- .Y'3 ? street to the city Jail. Officers Gould InnQP I innfUTflf HQa! A I and Shnttlesworth conveyed the pris- UullbU UliUuii.uMll|? Uv,1 some candy ont,r t0 h|u place of lodging. O j Isslpate all officer Piuer arrested a woman on R.-C. JONES, Funeral Director, I ' : earlv, when Monroe street for drunkenness and Arterial Embalmer. '-t'it.jS; 1 Is coming, [o'torlng She did not appear In po- ?? ? Hj them pre- BeH PhOMWH -L aHnits sold Come and see the pride of Fulrmont ??????| ents anl ''5 ,n t^ie ^al)* S,10W to"morrow a^ter* yjqflB i i IA*|- ruiM riA.ri m + kCTORs. t,|? ,w? >'enr 01,1 ch|w ?r >,rs-Mn' lyirSi tora Lordf3Vi Fletcher .lle.l on Thursday at *" """""J t $ of Grant dls- pharoah's Run. The remains were lalJ ~ the contract-. to rest to-day in llurgrave cemetery jY\ 1LLINERf ig on Kuhn's near Rlvesville. i of an adji- ? 327 Barney Street fw erson school Baby Show. 2 until 5 to-morrow aft- 7 . ?mS|R I October the <,rnoon' next <*oor lo l^e ^aa'e3r mmm y^ jpj lions may bo We mike ? specialty of lilaiiijhq be secretary Baby show to-morrow afternoon. by hand th, hata ^ yhM <^eu ^ 4 o'clock p. + + the market They will outwear Hi* construction . . . , . . , -l-.iril SSI iber 2 grade. TUESDAY, factory trimmed stocks. Try our lows, black OCTOBER 16TH, line If you want satlsfaettew hi thai te board re- COFFEE, v any and all CAKE, wear of your hat Our prioea an I INTIRE, MU8IC- J vary reasonable. ^ V - i!