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FOB 22 YEARS WE HAVE BEEN
A OH YEAB WE HAVE MADE IMI
PLETEST DEPABTMENT STORES I
22 TEARS IS A LONG TIME FOI
I IN BUSINESS ON ONE STREET AND
I I "SQUARE DEAL" FOB EVERYBODY
Bi I T.ONO THE TEST OF TTME -
| | within these 22 years we?|
3 have made a study of the
| needs of the people of
liec fairmont and vicinity as
| well as a study of the
i most satisfactory way
i to meet their demands.
I',' 1' we are thus enabled to
| give you the benefit of
an experience that will
| | prove of much value to
Bi I you. in these 22 years we
| have not only learned
| much about what to buy
hbmifeyor your needs, but have
bbsbaa acquired considerable
bsbi knowledge of how to
buy and where to buy it
Tn HUP UPRT ATlVANTAftF. I
I THESE ABE MATTERS THAT
HAVE COST US YEARS OF.
STUDY AND NOW WE NOT
ONLY OFFER YOU THE BENE
FIT OF THIS EXPERIENCE,
$ WHICH WOULD BE WHAT WE
DO EVERY DAY WHEN WE
OFFER YOU OUR GOODS AT
THE REGULAR PRICES, BUT
IN ADDITION TO THAT IN OR
DER TO CELEBRATE THIS,
. THE 22ND YEAR OF OUR BUS
INESS, WE WILL OFFER
MANY EXTRA INDUCEMENTS
ON OUR NEW FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE.
_
9 LADIES' COATS.
% In these lines we have nil the
A tlie popular colors aud weaves.
All $6 coats at $5.40.
% All $8 coats at $7.20,
a All $10 coats at $9.00.
^ All $15 coats at $13.50._
J All $20 emits at $lf,uu.
0 LADIES' SUITS.
r ' I All #12.00 suits $10.80.
ilil All $15.00 suits, $13.50.
m All $18.00 units. $1620.
m I' a aii $20.oo suits yr.oo.
P .y# . ' 2 All $25.00 suits, S22.:D.
LADIES' SKIRTS.
- A All $2:00 skirts. $1.80.
Hp A All $3.00 skirts, $2.70.
a All $5.00 skirts. $4.50.
5 All $6.00 skirts. $5.40.
5 LADIES' UMBRELLAS,
? Very Special?
jwA-liV
fll One lot 50 Indies umbrellas,
jjfeg : jyst received of .flue material;
ipp; yy* new linndlc designs consist i tier of
Ifpi; ' (fold ami silver'plated handles;
{Pp-* ? j'tinnietal and latest in wood lian0
dies, worth $2 and $2 50. Anniversary
sale price, $1.50.
||| LADIES' KID GLOVES?
Tllonlr ota.1 oil Iin rr pnlrtrc
> 0 Guaranteed brands at $1.00 mi
m $1.25. ^ - . IT
???Staa'
HOSIERY- "*>
For Boys?AVe handle the "Tom
Sawyer,'' which is extra heavy
with double knee, per pair, 25c.
0 For Misses?An extra good vala
tie in a heavy weight hose at 15c.
Extra nice pattern in the "Burs'.'.'
w son", hose at 25c.
0 In fleeced lined ponds we have
a good values at 15 and 25c.
Another cheaper one hut a good
heavy one for only 10c.
1 LEGGINGS?
I cr Ladies and Children?
10 button leggins per pair, 50c.
FASCINATORS AND SHAWLS.
W A full line of nice patterns in
these goods, 25c 50c, 75c, $1 and
$2.00/
CARPETS.?
Wool Ingrain Carpet*. 50c, 65r
? and 70c per yard,
liti i " ? Brussels, 65 and 75 cents per
||fj: a yard,
tel-i Linoleums. 2 vards wide, at $1
and $1.15.
SU>-; 4 A Mormot Rugs, animal and scroll
-.1 Z figures.
m 24x80 Rug. $2.50.
|>1' 38x72 Rug. $4.00.
MEN'S GLOVES gj
* ? We have now the celebrated
9 line of gloves made bv Ilenrv W
f: 9 fierce.
a Hogskin gloves, imported from
Brazil and Mexico, very soft and
P| pliable, at $1.50 per pair.
Efife'? A Also asbestos tanned, steam ami
0 water proof gloves, at $1 and
? Reindeer gloves at $1.00 mid
q Other lines at 25c, 50c to $1.00.
| NEW VEILING?
"i. !* % A new line of Chiffon Veiling,
m staple black and fancy colors, al,
fe;;1 J per yd, 25c.
f;; ??! *!? mm <
CHANT STREET AND E
'ROVEMENTS IN OUR ' '
VE ONE OF THE COMN
FAIRMONT.
/v*ro vnv ncn ppm&TN
ki VUB SUtM *v
NOTHING BUT A
WOULD STAND SO
Ann
F
Commend
IN ADDITION TO TJ
NOV, 1st, MAKE THE FOLLC
10 per cent. R
10 per cent, R
20 per cent. R
?
WE want you
baum han
4 made in the large
plant in the world.
J Government used
plant as a model fc
ter going through
4 establishments in
rope. The busines
J ies wears Kirschl
4 does the profession
man, the man of dr
.? -ft ir- n
i inrnt. rvirscxiuetuu
correct styles of
York. They are c
J fit, their beautiful t
moderate cost.
^ SACK SUITS?Mil ny men e
sack suit. If that suit is a had oil
^ Sprins. If lie buys a Kirsclibaiim
sured from the start, and at the
OVERCOATS?'The v stvl
teean one for most makers to han
^ (ittinp clothes don't (it at all. T
perfectly balanced that they lit a
ease.
t >.?* If * -\ 4.
RAINCOTS?Kirselilnntnt ra
^ er as for wet. In dry weather th
+ coat, fnllinsr well below the calves.
dry and well dressed at the sum
The above subject to Anniver
A OTHER LINES OF CLOTHING
: FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN?
All $8.00 suits, $7.20.
All +10.00 suits, $9.00.
+ All $12.00 suits. $11.80.
A All $li>.00 suits. $13. 50.
X All $18.00 suits, $16.20.
RUBBER GOODS?
4 A full line of rubber boots, felt
boots, Arties iitul rubbers for men,
. women and children nt the very
lowest nuirkcl price.
: Big S[
^ 50 Suits that sold for $1
Anniversary ?aie pri
IVIr. M. Fox,
4 will be with us T
pies of cloaks, ar
J here or will take
? delivery.
?
IJ. S. 1
>.* ?
2:
livers
ror One i
ng Tliursda
HE MANY OTHER BARGAINS WE
(WING REDUCTIONS ON THE FO
eduction on all
arlnotinn on all
VUUVhlVI WI I
(eduction on all
^
to see the Kirschd-tailored
clothes,
st men's tailoring
The United States
I the Kirschbaum
>r one of its own afall
the high-class
America and Euis
man in large cit)aum
clothes. So
lal man, the college
ess and the man of
- . < --a?l. il_
[l ciotnes reneiA uic
London and New
:elebrated for their
;extures, and their
nn afford but one new winter
e, the owner must suffer until
suit, his good appearance is usright
price.
$12.00 to $18.00. tf
e of form-fitting overcoat is a
die. Generally ready-made formhe
Kirschlunun overcoats arc so
luiost any figure with amazing
$12.00 to $18.00. "" ineoats
areas good for dry wrathev
make a handsome light overIn
wet weather they keep a man
e time.
$12.50 to $18.00.
wiry sale reduction of 10 percent.
BOYS' SUITS?
Boys' $1.50 suits. $1.35.
Boys' $2.50 suits, $2.25.
Boys' $3,50 suits, $3.15.
Boys' $11,110 suits. $5.40.
MEN'S OVERALLS.?
Railroml. Can't-Rip Overalls?
extra heavy, larpe anil roomy,
with jacket to match, per piece.
85c ami $1.00.
fecials in Men'
5, $10, and $12. (g UU
ce - - <|JUiUU
representing the Gi
"hursday, Friday ai
id will take special (
special orders for a:
^OPI
<
WE PEOPOSE
POPULAR LINES. V
_ . EES TO TELL US ?
J J HAVE A OOUBTEOUl
? PEOPLE WHO ARE I
ary oaie
Veek Only
y, October 25, 1906.
WILL OFFER YOU WE WILL FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, TILL
LLOWING LINES OF NEW FALL GOODS:
Men's and Boy's Clothing
Ladies' Coats, Suits and Skirt
Furs.
># <
m%0
s and Boys' Clothing
50 Suits that Sold for $6 and $8. A J HA
Anniversary Sale price, - $TiUU
eenhut Cloak Co., of Cleveand, O.,
id Saturday with a full line of sam.
jrders and deliver vour selection while
0
ny selection you may make for future
E Merchant Street,
fFairmont, W. Va.
everybodysatisfied after it is
ale met these requirements and
nduct tfflb sajjs^along the8aj05 ;;
dw to conduct our sales, bu*|
i vnvrre. nv nxm reottlar 8at.e8i
KTEBESTED IN YOUB WELFARE WM
WELL AS THE FUTDRE FAT* I
RONAOE OF OUR BUSINESS.
YOU ARE AT HOME HERE AT
ANY TIME DURING THE SALE i
AND YOU ARE WELCOME
WHETHER YOU WANT TO BUY j
WE MET WITH GREAT SUCCESS,
FOR WHICH WE THANK
^^EWESBELffiVEraAT
THIS TMEISOF MUCH MORE
IMPORTANCE THAN BEFORE
AND IF WE DO NOT FAIL IN '
OUR PREDICTION THIS WILL H
BE THE GREATEST SALE IN
THE 22 YEARS OF OUR SUCCESSFUL
MERCHANDISING.
THE FALL SEASOrf IS THE '
TIME THAT BUYING TAXES '
THE POCKET BOOK THE 1
MOST, AS AT THIS SEASON
IT IS NECESSARY TO MAXE'.|i
PURCHASES OF NOT ONLY
MORE CLOTHING AND WEAR-. :
ING APPAREL, BUT THE
WEIGHT HAS TO BE INGREA8ED,
ENTAILING EXTRA COST, |
S. kND ON JUST SUCH LINES AS
?- THESE 'IS WHERE OUR
GREATEST REDUCTIONS ARE
MADE AND YOU SAVE THE . I
UWFERHUE.
4 FURS FOR CHILDREN- ' J I
^ All 75c furs, 60c. W&||
All .$1 furs, 80c.
All $2 firm, $1.60.
All *4.00 furs, $3.20.
All li.00 fur '^40.
4 All $15.00 fiira. $12.00.
All 1518.00 furs, $1440.
Muffs to matcli all furs from $4 0 J
up ut same reduction.
^ CHILDREN'S COATS. '' J.-J
4 All $2.50 coats, $2.^5
All $-1.00 coats at $2.70.
a li i.r . \a c A '
-t\ii ipj.w coais, j.' *r/^y?75a
+ UNDERWEAR.?
Children's union suits at 25
^ Ladies'suits, 25c.
MENTOR UNDERWEAR-^- a
Ladies' union suits. 50c, also -Bgs
separate garments of same line at 0"'
We also carry children's Men- '(g$i
? tor underwear in ptock.
'Boys' Underwear, per garment,
0 25c. Men's Underwear, per gar- 0
ment, $1.00, in either fleeced or ? 1
Jersey ribbed.
" Men's wool underwear, Natural 't^l
wool or scarlet, per garment, $1, 0 pi
BLANKETS+
10-4 Cotton blankets, good weight, 0 188
^ 11-4 cotton blankets, 1.00,
12-4 cotton blankets, .is. 0
0k -
^ BUFFALO WOOL BLANETS? ^ ?
Red mid black, nnd white and
Mack, per pair, $4.00.
4 SHOES.- #
Barker Brown working shoe, A I
^ high cut or low. $3:00 to $3.50. J,
" Keith Conqueror for meq. n
good dress shoe, at $3.50 to $100. 6 ;J
4 American Gentleman shoe, an^
other dress shoe. .50 to $4.00.
We handle other lines of shoes -"'^K
nnd can give you as good or bet4
ter values for $1.50 to $2.50 than fP
A you usually find. :^Ms|
FOB LADIES? gj-vSl
We have a good business with M
'$ the American Lady and Dolly SajfMBl
^ Madison shoes at $2.50 to $3.50. S
Also other lines of heavy and
light weight shoes at$1.50 to ?
4 fob'children.a
A full line of all weights and MeSH
qualities nt from $1.00 to $2.00. ? . J? |
A EXCEPTIONAL BABGAINS
IN DEESS GOODS.
All wool blnek broadcloth 11-2 Ji!|S
^ yards wide, ]>er vd, $1.00.
Woolen plaids, same willh, at 9
* per yd, $1.00. _
Xiao we are showing a very ? .
* pretty line of cheaper plaids at .,Jr^
SO and 50 cents per yard.
4 Our line of staples in piece
T goods is very large and wo call 2
special attention to our shotting!/
of outings, flannels and ffannel- I
tttes. . .# If
TABLE LINENS. . #
Bleached .table linen at 50, M,
75 centR and $1.00 per yd. 1
Unbleached table linen at 40 m
+ and 60 cents per yard. #

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