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I Baldwin'! Reader*.
I Harvey'* New Engllit} Gram;X.
' Mllnei' Progreitiv* Arlthfc''
I Hunt'i Progreailve Couree In
| Sperling and Rapid Wrftlng
Fairmont and Marion county.
2,000_Pen and Pencil Tablet*
L 6. MARTIN CO.,
182 Main Street,'
i Opp. Marietta Hotel.
tffc: , v i
IWAn i cu.
''->WANTED?Two or tiiree men at once.
position;-Van make good money;
'salary and commission; steady work
' vjdf you are a hustler you can make
? $25.00 per week. Call at once. Metropolltan
Idle Insurance office, room
.-$> 10, Plrat National Bank, or write to
m . me. Address Co. at city. 19-2t
AD. MAN WANTED. |
At once, permanent employment tor
pober, steady man; all round printer
' preferred. Address West Virginian,
Fairmont. W. Va. j
' VANTEu?iwwve cuipcuieib ,,.iu*
'' land Coal & Coke Co., packers Junction,
W. Va
Wanted - Laborers, good wade*,
t'i , .steady employment. Apply Belt Line,
Fairmont Mining Machinery Co.
" WANTED?Pour men at Belt line.
.'A ' Apply Fairmont Mining Machinery Co.
WANTED?10 boys at once: good
>' wages; steady work. Apply Cumberland
Glass Works.
WANTED?'Two or three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Address
H, care of WeBt Virginian.
WAITED?At once, a nurtiC. Apply
Mrs. M. L. Hutchinson, 629 Fairmont
avenue.
WANTED?White nook, strictly Bober,
with experience In restaurant. Address
"P," care the West Virginian
fflce. 2t
WANTED?At once;position as nurse
Jot children. Can give reference If I
required. Address "F," care of West
Virginian office. tf
FOUND.
^
A \FOTJND?A bunch of ltoys on Piny
run last Sunday. Apply this office and
'pay for thlo ad.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT?Furnished room. All
. modern conveniences. Rate reasonable.
Apply at 800 Locust avenue. Con.
solldated phone, 72-R.
FOR RENT?6 roomed house, First
? .vard, water and gas, jpentral. Appiy
. . ! H. this Office.
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms apply
91 South Side, Second street.
,tOR RENT?Two desirable store
rooms on Jackson street For further
Information call at room 212 Ja
' eobs' building.
FOR RENT?One seven-room bouse.
Two' four-room cottages, two lists. All
modern conveniences. Good locations
>. Sbaln, People's Bank Building, x
fOR RENT?A few choice office roome
( the new People's Bank building.
Apply at the People's Bank. ,
r.ii- ?
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE?Complete outfit of household
goods at private sale. Inquire
$ of Mrs. E. \V. Phillips, 800 Gaston
avenue.
4 FOP SALE-Good property at 524 Gaston
avenue; Inquire Mrs. J. A. Leon- i
ard, 612 Merchant street. tf
Mrs. Cora Cordray, '
MILLINER,
327 Barney Street.
fT4-*''
We make a specialty of trimming ,
by hand the hata we place upon |
the market They wilt outwear the
factory trimmed atocks. Try our ,
(jJ line If you want aatlafactlon In the ]
wear of your hat. Our prices are '
very reasonable. !
I
' . I
IUANCICH'S
ORCHESTRA
FURNISHES
fs Music for all Occasions
At Reasonable Prices.
Violin, cornet and harp or any
other combination of Inatrumonta
aa deal rod.
T. IVANCICH,
Loader and M|r.
^WrlUM>r 'phone BeU 810-w'
+ + *+*+* + *+ +.++*1'
+ 44*
LONG SILK GLOVES- 4*
+ ' ' 4*
4* In black; white, and all colors, 4*
4* 4*
4" special at $1.00 4*
4- 44.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.
Best values tver oncri
' Misses' and small ladies' suits of all-wool
blue and biwvn; also very'pretty fancv inixtu
---a.:- ?HO. v*n'iii?H ? at'll hi
KUim f newest xau j?iy.v.vw -... ,
Ladies' or misses' newest fal! suits, inadi
cloths, now plaids, in black and all colors; all
very pretty selection of fancy Mixtures, al li
.$"20.00 values: sell here at
J AT $298.About
?
choose frc
cloth and
I black; $4
AT $3,98tr
it
new fancy
black unci
^^HsBBwomen nm
^8^= fr0 at ...
-? - -* 0C
Taffeta Silk Petl
All pure silk?chuck full of life mid |
flounce, shirred and hemstitched: Special at
Ladies's Hats Ls
at $3. Hj
y,
The surprise of vour life in this
flu's
lot of hats. Manv are re:rulnr $3
prise
sellers?selling so many enables sjUc .
I's to show new styles constantly. bans
Special at $3.00 hie.
a J a t\ a
Jollitfe
LADIES' FLEECED I.AI
LINED UNDERWEAR? VES
With hem, pparl bntlons and ^
Ifinoi neck; a nice weight at 25
cents. mlr
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS EoS
AND SLEEPING GARMENTS- h
In wliite or gray, fleece lined, boys
All sizes at 25 cents. at 2
The Best Stc
i hrldo, who enti
O ADTTTV S Mr' ae?r?0 wSOCIETY
>cuterert't,:c ?r?
UVVi u i x f Mr Robert KpI]
' J entered tho pull
I < and met tho bri
Rev. Morton Ba
Church, perform
mony. After t
VERY BRILLIANT EVENT. made (he brlda
altar where the
/V?. Wedding of Mr. Lively and Miss ^Ttie
OeBolt Last Night beautifully ren<
The TJvdly-DeBolt nuptials which "Cupid's finrilen
Inrcim diirlne tl
vere celebrated In Christ Clinich tnsr.
?venlng and followed by a reception *;Tfcm1?lly
it the home of the bride's parents, F'? 81
ivas one of the most brilliant events cession a I,
:hat has been witnessed hero for The bride wo
iome time. The ceremony was per- s'lk. over chlffoi
.Vanned at six o'clock In Christ Church She-wore abr|d
ind was witnessed by the intimate ?r orange blosso
Mends and relatives of the contract- prayer book. I
ng parties. The Interior of the church t?i'd Pearls, the
bad been beautifully decorated for the ' cr only orttan
event, green being the only color wore a gown o
in ed In the scheme. The Rood Screen ami carried An
tvas Intertwined with boughs of laur- 'l he bride's m;
el and the pulpit was banked In palms princess gowns
and ferns. Florist Ed. Hall bad trimmed in Ms
charge of the decorations. While the largo bunches
guests were being seated, Mrs. War- mums,
der Cresson rendered a nimiber of Mrs. D^Bolt
selections on the organ, and as, the crepe de chene,
hour set for the wedding arrived; the with a berths
opening strains of the bridal song church she wore
from "Lohengrin" were sounded, velvet,
v.hlch was sung by Mrs. Dorscy F- After tho we
bitch. Mr. Guy Willey. of Charleston, church they w<
and Mr. George M. Wiltshire, of Fair- Bolt home on
Uiont, led the bridal parly and were glnla avenue, w
followed by Mr. Charles Llvelv, of ten a recepllor
Weston, a brother of the groom, and number of Invlti
Mr. Edward Holbert, of Fairmont, Tho to the reception
four maids then entered, led by Miss the home was
Blale Orcntt, of Baltimore, followed Mr. and Mrs. 1
by Miss Jean Fleming, Miss Emily groom and Miss
lively, pf Weston, a sister of the ton, were In tb<
groom, and Miss BUubeth Watson, vaa stationed i
all entering alone. Miss Lucy Hay; the reception t
mond, as maid of honor, preceded the Edwin ^tprrest
THIS IS THE STOBE OF THE PE
YOU HAVE A BIGHT TO EXPECT LOW
AS WELL AS THE-END .OF THE SBASOF
CEIVES AT OUB HANDS IS AN ECONO]
WE OIN GET FOB NEW GOODS, BUT ?
WHILE YOU ABE BUYING THE NEW 1
^ mi I
[ cheviots, in black,
resjull lined with soft _ I I I I
sr at $10.00 ^11^1
? of chiffon broad- ?
?* "The fifnrp
man laimrai; msu a j. llv - tied
with soft satin:
$15.00
Sale of New I
AT $4.98i
different styles to Two extra large tali
nn, of Panama, broad- l'"s price; elegantly
meltons; all colors and ""J* of Panamas, chiif
i , t tfrin3 cloths, plnids, checks. ?
values to go at . .$2.98 valueSi to ?0 nt
AT $5.98?
.. .1 ot.rlno A verv nrettv assorfr
til II it UU/itu 01/ iui
or plain materials; different styles in newe
nil wanted colors, for and kilted effects, of ol
.1 n)isses?$5 values,"to est materials, nnd all w
$3.93 ors, t)>7.50 values to go
ticoats
luster?black and all dark and light colors,
idies' and Misses Distil
its at $1.50
>u'd hardly expect much at The mrr
price, hut, come and be sur- {oThis dep
d. The Vesta Tilla, in Near- Anticipa
velvet Turbans, silk- Tur- Suecess wi
, flats nnd heads, worth dou- Trimincifl
Special at $1.50 $10.00,
's Big Underw
)IES' AND MISSES' I LADIES' V
ITS AND PANTS? I UNDERWE
'hite, or ecru; medium or jt, whitu
y weight; silk trimmed ami. quality. .$1.(
best 50 cent value. Spiicial Special at 7
0 cents.
fS' UNDERWEAR? CASHMER1
cavy Heee.ed and in sires for Looks lik
1 6 to 14 years of age. Special loo; have tl
5 cents. I eial at 15 <
"JILL
110 Main Strcc
:red with her father, guests to the dining room when
DeBolt As the bride cellent luncheon was served
om and his best man, terer Kuhn, of Pittsburg,
legnrd, of Clarksburg, guests passed from the dtnlnf
lit by ihe vestry room Mrs. George Watson Fleming i
de at the rood screen, eel the favors, which were a
"hoc nootnr of nhpfcf flntVAfS fillpd with Hce. Ill
led the marriage cere- caption room, Miss Mabel Mo
lie responses were served eggnog, assisted by the
1 party moved to the IndleB of the bridal party. Af
marriage vows were guests had departed a wedding
party moved to the al- was served to the wedding part;
0 Perfect Love," was the brie's cake was cut the rl
lered by Mrs. Fitch, discovered by Miss Elizabeth A
" was rendered on the the thimble by Miss Jean F
ie latter part of the and the sixpence by Miss El
the party left the Cutt The Interior of the DeBol
trains of Mendclsson's was beautifully decorated 1
event In autumn leaves ant
re a gown of radium vines, and' the serving table
ii and silk, en traine. dining room was massed In
al veil held by a spray chrysanthemums and the glot
ms and carried a white many green shaded cundles ft
t brooch of diamonds ly over all.
gift of the groom, was The marriage of Miss DeB<
tent. Miss Haymond Mr. Lively has been of unttsua
f white chlflon crepe est to Fairmont people owing
icrlcan Beauty roses, prominence of both young
lids wore pale green Miss DeBolt is the only daug
of green chiffon voile Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. DeBolt a
h. lace. They carried resided In Fairmont since earl;
of white chrysanthc- hood. She spent several yi
earttern schools for girls am
wore a gown of grey spent a year abroad in a Paris
cut low in the neck, She has alfio studied music
of real lace. At the University School of Music at
flio XT anna Tloltn S
I: a picture nai ot oiacs tfllii/n >? .Jnapf* J
Mr. Lively is n graduate of th
aiding party left the University and for a number c
re driven to the De- lias successfully practised law
First Btreet and Vir- city. He Is also prominent I
here from seven until tary circles and is a lieutenant
i was held. 'A large First regiment W. Va. h
atlons had been Issued XJuards. His home la in West
and during the hours and Mrs. Lively will spend a
thronged utlth guests, of weeks In eastern cities :
DeBolt, the hrlde and their return will go to their ne'
I Zeta Lively, of Wes- on Fourth street *'
; receiving line, which Caterer Kuhn, of Pittsburg,
it tho doors between served the refreshments at th<
mil and parlor. Mrs. tion, labored under great dl
Hartley Invited the tages last night" By some hit
TrV'r^iWi.'I&ldyv,?.;'.i' 1',fe
IOPLE, THE. GREAT BARGAIN CENTER WHERE
PRICES ALL THE YEAR, AT THE COMMENCEMNT
r. THE FIRST PRICE WHICH AN ARTICLE REUIOAL
ONE. WE DO NOT TRY TO SEE HOW MUCH
[0W LITTLE WE CAN SELL THEM FOR RIGHT NOW
[RINGS IS WHEN WE CAN SAVE YOU MOST.
i irrrn
L L L Ladies' beautiful
I I p r r clotlis, in black, blue
II I plaids, fine cheviots i
? Skinner's sntin or so
rhat Does Things'' est imported chiffon
are strictly man tailo
colore and styles; $4
n a a i 98c for Wai
hflll \klftC Others Sell I
i Ull 4J111I IV .. t.
More than 15
choose from: rr
at 1'nens, niadi
AT $0.98? front or back; i
les full at Beautiful skirts of chiffon Pan- ues. ?ell here a
tailored broadcloth .voiles, etc.; ciron,
broad- culm- pirated effects or plain 56.00 TAFFET1
>lc.; $6.50 pleats; black and colors, plaid?, w^Dia AX *
$498 checks, etc.; $8.50 valiles to go For to-morro1
* ,.1 $6.98 8?le 200 Silk AN
atwqjlL tra fine taffeta
?m) , ?',y? . blue, loner <
ni?" V"? Prcl V *?" ?nd v;alkmr si,eVes: button
st pleated Skirts of elegant materials and K;7?? qi tn 44.
1 the now- ban tailored, black and colors:
anted col- Hue black voiles included, actual Bettor waists
-* Qfl Am ..u:..*.. ?7Q? Um *95 0
ttt . . yu.wu j J V fpiU HUM U>, fcU yi<vw|i>;ii J.iu<?
Children's Rain C<
In gray and tan crnvenette, sizes 8 to 14 years, 1
ctiveness Misses' and
in Millinery Children's Ha
it vote for absolute sui
Millinery is conceded Small bent up flats and hoc
artmert.
? . Vesta Tilla shapes, etc., all tr
ting a More Glomus
5 can easily save you med with ribbons and quills. S
to $3.00 on beautifully . . , .
bits at $5.00, $7.00 and tlal at
1
ear Specials for S;
fOOLEN I LADIES' AND MISSg?t,
AR? UNION SUITS50
? *"?
9 cents. "Oncita" quality in natural gray
JXTE HOSE- or ecr:s: perfectly nia.V, vweJ
e wool; feels like it. fleeced and one of the best values
lie quality also. Spe- ;n tmvn_ Special at ?>!) cents.
:ents per pair. 1
IFFTP
\Y/ \7?
t, jl ainiiuii^ w v a.
5 un ex- nte mistake the special car which con- ployes In the coal oil
by Ca- tallied everything for serving,Including bnr of his K. of P. I
As the 'lie edibles, dishes, chairs, etc., was nine o'clock the boys
; room, sent to Morgantown and did not get Rlggs home on Wati
iresent- back here until half after seven supplied with red fir
rtlflclal o'clock. After the car finally did ar- small, pony. After a
the re- live the work of preparation which R]gg8 was captured i
derwell bhouW have occupied hours had to be w|th hands bound t
i young done In a very few minutes. It had placed upon the pony
ter the been tho Intention to serve the bridal he traversed the prii
dinner party Immediately after their arrival the c|ly At the w
y.When from the church, but the delay mnde pony waa Iea(J ln the
ng was great changes In the planB. The mis- fre3hments were sen
Vatson, take was certainly unfortunnte, yet Jng the Wntson they
Meralng few people realized that there was , o{ pa|rmont 8Ve,
ale Or- anything wrong with the service. reached homo again ai
;t home Among the out town guests hero allowed to dismount
'or the tor the wedding were Misses Zeta, Es- speech thanking the
1 wood telle, Fan, and Emily Lively, and Mr. the high honors whlc
In the Charles Lively, of Weston, sisters and ferred upon him and
white brother of the groom: Mrs. Ross, Miss Cigars around.
v from Aray Ross, of Weston; Mrs. B. B.
ill soft- Brooks, of Smltliton; Mrs. A. b. An- ' u._h
a, , of Mnrtlnsburir: Mrs. J. M. Sorority Memfa
lit and Howard, of Masontown, Pa.: Mr. ahd A largo number of
4 Inter- Mrs. Thomas Howard, of Unlotitown,' Sorority of the W. V.
to the pa.; Dr. an<l Mrs. Melt, of Masontown. city yesterday for tl
people, pa.; Mib. Harold Stevens, of Union- wedding last night.'
hter of town; Mrs. Powell, of llnlontown; tertalned at the hom
,nd has Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Brltt, of Clarke- Butcher on Gaston av
y child- burg; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bonner and afternoon Miss Butch
jars in daughter, Miss l,nnlse. of Virginia; eon for her guests atu
1 later jvfiiss Orcutt, of Baltimore: Mr. Guy Deltas residing in thi
school, willey, of Charleston; Mr. Robert Ko- of town guests were
In the blegard, of Clarksburg; Ernest Hut- Steele, Uemley. Vat
id Is a ion. 0[ Clarksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Tult, Treat, and Bui
orority. Howard Showaltsar, of Mhnnlngton; town, and Miss He
e State Misses Nan Brooke, Nelle Steele, Wheeling.
if years make Lemley. Helen Trent, Surah
In this Tait, Evelyn Burns, Linnlo Vance, Entertained B(
n mill- Margaret Patterson, all of Morgan- ? Howard W
latlonal ^'iC M'89 C?W"en' ?f Ute Book Club a dol'ig
on Mr WheellnB' entertainment yosterd
couple ? dred was played until
1n,l on Free Pony Ride. luncheon was served
w home One of the most Interesting post price was won by M
nuptial events planned for Carl Rlggs, ard, the seoond by II
who whose marriage was- solemnized on land. Mrs. Hartman, o
t recep- "Wednesday night, was a free pony thb-guests' first prist
sad van- ride, which honor waa conferred upon fltt, of Fairmont, the
lfortnn- him by a number of his fellow em- prise.?Manplngton -R
"if iui i u yy
- ^: " ' : - '
^t + + + + + + + + >f"ti-<'f^ I
^ For children 1 to 6 yeeapd^^^H
.{.in white and all colon. SptM . 9
.yovMitirls
t'or^oMi w|omcn_ and miswM, made rf 4l? ft* ^
WAUU' 7Tflir ,vfti^ - ~~um~
iv we will place on S
silks, in black or JfnjjPJ BpRj|
on display tMiior- ^
ids, ] > f y^l ' efc^ J 1
MEN'S UNDERWEAR?
shirts and' drawers; shilit
shield front if desired.
I v gray or Camel's itair erflom.,.JJp||j|8
50 cent value, speeal at <
i Rnsv StflPfti 1
J %J UWJ A/lil/4 VH
K)
" " >v^ $si^8H
Ices and a num- P. E. CM Mk|
brethren. About There will be a mieetMg Mt ttelMH
> started tor the Utlcal Equality CMb (AM Mabhc4M
son avenue well 8 o'clock at fhc Iwne of MblMMMBH
e and leading a Snider on JelenBi street- Mi <MM-|
i slight struggle gates and: alternates t? the SMMlai]
it his home and at Wheeling oa (Bet .LIM, gp MMMH
lehind him waa be present
In which manner * "Vj.aijl
lclpal streets of Qermair Study CMb MMt
atson hotel the The German'Stady CM 1B1
i door where re-1 on Monday evening, ef nst vmA^
red. After leav- the home of Airs 5. X lliuMlaa MH .
went home by nut avenue. .,
tue. When they _ "?? . iiM
id Mr. Rlggs waa v German BentfleW |
he made a neat ^ The^^ar^
b thev had onn. al 3:30 p. m. AS. JMMbrfHlflH
then passed the quested toheTroT^^^^S
the officers on itsponnt'JMI&C^K
ers Here. Will Entertain F. IF.M.
the Kappa Delta SIUm
e LWely-DeBo# ?ome on Pleropnt aTeaMt^Sjj
They were en- ?yon v^rrmrr . - 1
5 of Miss. Willa eij roon-s to W mn <(Mbs
enue Yesterday ? . u> ? pw i(Mtb?
sr gave a lunch- reM ?> fte people intalffiMili I
I to other Kappa U>* West Virginian want aMat. B
ifcity. The out ' _-|jjTM|
Misses Brooke, * *** *** * ** * simm
ice, Patterson, 4
b ZL&* * mM M1K t*M
ILli UUHUUll, Ul ^ iuv iimi uuum
Showalter gave *
atful afternoon's % m, LIJu ttwdir fit '
ay. Five hun- B
o'clock, whan
lii Helen Kirk- *
t Fairmont, won % Miitt Stand
Mrs. Mop ^

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