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cMpr. yw ill* wuyvuw viuyi w Monroe Street, 5 Special Inducements and ^ J Special Priced. Apply I;.;:8/ W ' GEO. M JACOBS, County Clerk's Office, f ! ? Wh' A WANTED. glrU Apply ^H8. pAv,. VtA^TBDr-Glrl for general bouse wOrif. Apply Mrs. T. W. Araett, 223 Locust avenue. s tf iWANTED?Lady cashier. Address in own hand writing "S," care West Virp ;/ ginian office. 19-Jit -- RANTED?Four men at Belt line. ?.v iV: Apply Fairmont Mining Machinery Co. %WANTED?10 boys at once; good wngesj aieuuv wurn. ^umucigf i Uad Glass Works. I&& >. WANTED?Two or three unfurnished :i ' rooms for light housekeeping. Address ? . care of West Virginian. WANTED?At once, a nur?;o. Arply Mrs. M. L. Hutchinson, 62!) Fairmont avenue. WANTED?At once;position as nurse tar children. Can give reference If iy required. Address *'F," care of West Virginian office. tf , .7 LOST. . " LOST?Last evening, a large Gold V . Medal with cross guns on face; was ,? used a* a watch charm. Medal belong?|V ed to Co. H. Finder return to this of)': ! flee and receive liberal reward. 23-3t LOST?A fox terrier dog, white, with three black spots, black and tan head, lender return to Frank Eliason and receive Teward. tf FOR RENT. ' FOR RENT?One front room, furnish'el; .price $8 per month. 32G Gaston nVenue. If FOR RENT?Furnished room. All modern conveniences. Rate reasonsjJ" ble. Apply at 800 Locust avenue. Consolidated phone, 72-R. TOR' RENT-?6 roomed house, First T*d, water and gas, central. Apply I H-this office. m ,yoR RENT?Furnished rooms apply 91 South Side, Second street. | If RENT?Two desirable store | Bjtfe rooms on Jackson street. For furthf er information call at room 212 Ja <r . cobs' building. .j K-.;].;", - TOR RENT?One seven-room house Two four-room cottageB. two flats. All Modern conveniences. Good locations fi. Bhaln, People's Bank Building, x tor RENT?A few choice office rooms I hi the new People's Bank building Apply at the People's Bank. FOR SALE. FOR SALE!?Complete outfit of housebold goods at private sale. Inquire 'it Mrs. FI w. Phllllns. S00 Gaston i venue. Both phones. FOR SALE?Beautiful ferns and cliolce begonias. Call at 6? Locust avenue. tf ml FOR SALE OR RENT?A comfortable Ibflck house with all modern Improvements, two acres of land, line fruit and good BhadeB. Apply on premises, 623 Pike street / \ tf FOR SALE?A four room cottage, corner of Eighth street and Hamilton avenue, Fifth ward. A bargain If sold oon. tf FOR SALE?Five room house on High Street Enquire at Herrlfleld Hotel. First ward. 24-7t Mrs. Cora Cotfray, MILLINER, 327 Barney Street. } We make a specialty of trimming , - by hind the mti we puce upon Ip jhe market They will outwear the . Rectory trimmed etocka. Try our line If you want eatlafactlon In the wear of your hat Our prloaa are very reaaonable. . SELVES. 1 /'ill I W\\ '* FLANNEL t J,If l I | \ J BIBS, SHAV THIS WEEK The Specials for To-Mor ' s. " One, hundred new 'Taffeta Three hund "Waists in plain colors .or pretty Coats, made ol plaids, long onihort sleeves, plain tares or plait tailored or fancy trimmed; all seys in all wi wanted sizes up to 44, actually to 14, elegant worth 46.00 to $6.50; will sell to- ished: $6.08 tuorrow at >. 4651 OITOW C iiU a TVTA4?A Klvr v/uc ui uic xiuiaui^ 1/131,11151 Store is our Showing Smart Fall 1 GIRLS' CRUSHED VELVET COATS, ages. 6 to 14 year sizes, in brown, blue, green 01 red: finely finished with turnback cuffs anc deep collars; regular $7.50 values $5.91 GIRLS' DRESS SKIRTS. Made of fancy' lnixUiies or blue or browr cheviot, handsomely pleated and well made, foi girls from 10 to 14 .years of age, worth $4.00 Speciai at '. $2.5( BEAR SKIN COATS. For Children 1 to (i years of age, in white anc all colors. Special at $2.9! Good underwear at 25g You'll be askejl more money for the sain girls' vests, pants, union suits and sleeping garnu at : I Wedding ^ " MANNINGTON, * FLOWER BULBS' FOR I odtst Eidscopal eh % fc of Mr. Fred Bcnttv ? Koen will be soler * WINTER BLOOMING i w,?' the M. E. c; ^ V marriage C(-IT[I ? t w"l be given awav ^ Now Ready At ? Turner Keen. Mis f, * tended by Mrs. M. * u m n e, T Slstersvllle, as man Hal s Fnwer Store * Miss i:||zai>cth wa ^ liana I IUITU JIUiC, k Will he the.iniild of ? V maids will be Miss * Main ?>t. , and Lyde Beatty. 1 ^ " Fnrbee will be tile f _ _ ^ _ ter Walter Koen bride, will bear t! ? ' ? = The groom will be brother, Carl Ileal I ) the ushers will be J C /"\ /"n y t-s rpi \t ( Dongan and Dr. \ n ( J ( J I h, I Y J ?,?.r ?f Wheeling. s ? -- ? ? - , Cepuon win ue nei< j ? ? i), clenco following Hie * ^ Hallowe ~ Elaborate arrang in Honor of Miss Koen. The Misses Olive end Helen Kirk- ? gVM> on rWe,|n land entertained Mon<lay afternoon in npxl wppk T)]|, li7 honor of Miss Blanche Koen, who is p(,'(o al. ,n lhc soon to become the bride of J. Fred (hp |a(?ps (0 ,)p |n Beaty, Esq. The party played the t(c.mf,n Mack N appropriate game of hearts until flvo m|||0(I on tl|0 flonl. o'clock, when a coarse luncheon was . pnqtlI_PS Aft( served. The ice cream was soggos; ,mmasked IIle fl(xr rive, being pink and white heart, . . shaped with Cupid's scehern. pink and tm gontIe?pn lad] white, was generally observed, the . ^ ? . shaped with Cupid's scheme, pink and ,on soaU!' -r' CRm wiilte carnations. The score cnrdB were little pink and white water-col- Married V ored wedding bells. Mr. Clinton J. Au The first prize went to Mrs. How- ^|)s3 j.j]p j Frl!n ard Shownltcr, and the second to Miss uere un|te<l - In mni Call Smith. Both of the winners n, tw|0 0'c]0Ck in presented their prizes to the bride-to- cf,urc|j prv H B be. The out of town guests were vlIIe perform rid ti Mrs. P. E. Eehltnan, of Warren, Pa.; ,?on;_ RSsistcd by R Miss Elizabeth Watson, Fairmont, and c||y Tjie jrro Miss Belies, or Detroit. jviihs unvu Tllnv _f th_ r, ^nf! Klrkland Is to be one of MissJKoen's ^"^Uent yoSg brides maids. -Mannlngton Record. row Mrs Aust|ni fg late William Prnm and popular Mrs. Austin will res Roller Entertained N a | I. ^",l8 Isabelle GIfl V 1/It inn k> nl/ members of the Ik bUlm KIIIK gsr*L418 Jackson St. ======== and Mildred Plcke Margaret Howatt. . Is now open for the public. Harnes. May Olflln, Morning Session 9 to 12. wTmSon.' j^i Admission, 10 and 15c. Hugh Glffln. Afternoon Session 2 to 5. B|rth(Jay Ann|~ Admission, 10 and 15c. Mr. and Mrs. J. c?..in? 7 ?? m-sn tnined n number of ww?*" * ing ai ineir nome < Admission, 10'and 25c. Private Cloak Room, 5c. served by Misses ? e , , . . Genevieve Cunning Special arrangements given fclan WR8 the Wrth; to private parties wishing to both Mr. and Mrs. rent the rink. See me for dates J. SAI^MS^ JEPARTMENT FOR INFANTS THEM COMFOB ECTION DEVOTED TO THE REQUIREMENTS IVERYTHING THEY NEED TO MAKE THEM lND WHITE SHIRTS, LONG OR SHORT DRE? rLS, COATS OF ALL KINDS, CAPS IN DOZEN! row Only I mm I I Ired new children's ' nil-wool fancy mix- ?III 1 cheviots-and kcr- I II II I inted colors, ages 6 j IB II B^ B Jy tailored and fin- MM HB BH values, will sell to $4.65 The Store 1 lishing Features of this G^ei of Inexpensive Lines of md Winter Apparel NEW TOURIST COATS. Handsome patterns of fancy mixtures, tri I mfed with velvet and braid, 48 and 50 inel i long, yorth $20.00. Special at $16 NEW FALL SUITS. Af ..1 ..j' ;,i, . 1 KJl mint JJIillU J JIIIAIUI L*n, huh ntn'i u 115111,-, : tiiJK jacket: nicely strapped and . trimmed to match with kilted finre: worth $ ) Special at $13. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL COATS. 1 In plain colors and mixtures, lonpr, lo< 5 styles, trimmed collars and cuffs. Special at $2, ?????????????? I' e quality at other stdres. Boys' shirts and drawe nits, Ladies' vests nijd pants, all si/.es. Spec .1 S ? "j~~ ' ~ ' To-night. I jrjiss Nellie Peppeyp-wlll give a I Oct. 24.?To-night ty on Tuesday evening at the home I'clock In the Meth-I her parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Willi inch the marriage | Peppers. It will be a Hallowe'en and Miss Blanche!fait, and quite large.?Parkersbi nni/ed. Rev. Mor- j Bispatch-Nows. Iiurch, will perform , lony anil the bride Mrs. '<>!'" I'hlllills will entertain I by her father, Mr. Social Circle on Thursday nfternc s Koen will ho at- it t>er home on Flfll> street. ary Sutherland, of :ron of honor, and 1 WHERE DO THEV STAND? t'm.nr 0 Thfhwael' r Th" Fai Pnt TlttlCS is Supposed 9 nilvo th<! mouthpiece of the Dcmocra 'MW Miss!?" ? * for the Legislature fr lower irlrl'and Mas-l"1'8 coun'y- Do theJ' have the sa u brother of ' iho oplnion8 of the ncw ta* l;'AI8 as thl '! 'VIi?? ri,,,i expressed by that paper? Do Jut 1 Inertia kJ Sf;i Haymond, Mr. Ice and Mr. Rose i. m?nynnil|iav?t the railroads and other put fr Rlrnh K'n'nn n- |8ervi[:e corporations have been asse Vm M,'>d at "five or six times" their act. in ai'niinn.i' rn:va,ue? T,le people are anxious l^^q^-.VVHatHave you to say, g wedding; tlerhen? "Ninety and Nine." en Ba"- A strong bean story of lndiai eincnls are being from Hie pen of the gifted Rams ement of the Jack- Morris, is announced as the attract! Halloween Ball to for the Grand opera house Tucsdi eiday evening of October do. It was suggested by t incers are request- strong story of the "Ninety and Nin attire of a ghost, made famous by the late Ira D. St w nuu niin ilie.* Ben-1 key.ann in jkhimiuu iu uuviug wiijuj io one will lie per a run of several months in New Yo unless they wear; has two rnnd seasons to its credit. >r the ghosts have j is very strong scientifically and wl r will he free to the original metropolitan cast shot: admission is $1.00 malte an acceptable offering for t es free. Observa patrons of the pretty local playhou: I ? 'THE FARMERS WANT TO KNO 'esterday. Marion county farmers are pleas atln. of Moult, and with the results of tax reform a l. of Little Falls, they have commenced to ask qu rriuge on Tuesday iionB. They want to know whetf the M. E. South kludge W. S. Haymond, Wm. 8. I Morgan, of Rives- and .H. H. Rose, the Democratic c; te marriage cere- fildates for House of Delegates, wot ,ev. It. T. Webb, of vote to repeal the new tax laws oin Is in the em- Ihey should be elected to the Legls O. railroad and Is |ure. The farmers will insist on man. Miss Frttm. answer to this question before th a daughter of the cast their votes. Let us havs the i and is a charming swer, gentlemen. ; lady. Mr. and I ide here. | guest8 at the Comerclal Hotel. ~ ? . E. P. Jamison, Pittsburg; E. ' lesion Band. ,.noj? Boothsville: John Clarice, Tc in entertained the Eddy, Wheeling; John Hustings,.W( IcFarlond Mission Newton, Pa.; L. B. Phillips, QBnftoi it her home on Lo- , siness meeting on- j Taken to Wheeling, le evening, follow- I . , . " ? The KU6Bt8 were Mny Plunun wss t&kcn to tho Hoi of St. Clairsvllle, bf the Good Shepherd art Wheeling tl -,ith, Misses Edltli pfternoon. itt, Bertha Lloyd, , " ~ looolo Onuio Fvii 1 HOW ABOUT IT. GENTLEMEN! and palsy Hcwett, The Democratic platform In tl y, Albert Kern, J. County condemn! the new tax lav lert Hunsaker anti (rhe farmer* believe the new tax la' are right. Do Messrs. Haymond, I ? and Roae atand on their platfon wry Celebration. Are they In favor of repealing the m W. Stevens enter- tax laws? The farmer! want to he friends Inst even- from these gentlejnen on this qu tn Walnut nvenue. tion. Are they afraid, to answer? srslon of the even refreshments were Expert wall and fresco cleaner, ; Italia. Stevens and SQ _enerai house and window clea nnm. tuo occa* (f * , _ lay anniversary of '' fit- A" work guaranteed. Dr Stevens. card. Tom Dabney, general dollvet a Morning. Auction every evening this week ltd Miss Maty E. Bunlette'^ Boo'k Store... j erformed"tho0mar- Auctl * T evening this week : WITH ALL THEY REQUIRE 1 virii1 tin nnrTTi# iiflBLt bhu rHtni 'of infants as dear and charming as the comfortable and happy, including 8? 1ses, bootees, sacques,. leggins, sweats s of styles, bonnets, etc., at very speol IPPPIA 2 Extraord Hi Hi Hi Fifty.ladies' or n I H coats of plain or fi H I 50 inches long; vc I I I L Hw 'natch: strictly mar values; will sell "hat Does Things." at ? T"T" |? lt rwi I Beautiful Milfine I. 1 Vbwj vi VO0 ' - &pd~ At Populai Street Hats Qur collection c ? at $5 is indeed biautifi This Week It shows the styl and New York r yg A Saving OA Each Hat. tributed their v< fit- Our owri expert trimmers have created some popular with our very best dressers, and our nieth lg shows the foolishness of paying high prices. Thinl jr tomed to pay +10 are here at $6.50. Hats that you and every hat-is beautiful, absolutely perfect, the (he very best materials and trimmings. Without: to be found in Fairmont. >se Very pretty hats on sale this week at $10.00, 98 ones as high hs you care to go.) I? ^ ^ _ Goon underwear at m rs, You'll pay a half dollar for the'same parmei ial nnl way of doing things that keeps this store busy !5c all colors in Misses' Vests, Pants, Union .Suits anc Union Suits, Boys'Shirts and Drawers, etc., all 50i ,ar- y THE MAKE-BELIEVE BOY. THE FARMERS " Marlon, county 1 am From Everybody s Magazine. .^,th the re(fuJts ?rg He uife(1 t0 ??me whcn 1 was ?l0"D' they have comm, . And we'd play games; bat the most tions They wan. I'd tell him stories?pirate, ghost, Judge W. S. Hay, he And what .'11 do when I am grown. and H. H. Rose, t ton dldates for House A girl moved in the house next door- ^ I didn't care; I don't like "girls'. , ture; Thl. fa;-mer But tills one's hair hung in shaving answer to this qi tj? curls, * jcast "wir votes, om And I liked her a little?then more* swer' gentlemen. me and more. js* "Young man. t! hjjOne day I gave her my best Swlas toy pons In life: 'Will ,i;c And.she was pleased; rmade her a right?' Which sha ss- kite; "Both. "I'll use Jal She said she like me; It wasn't and then I can prol right? the second.?bonis But next. I told her about the Boy. mil. She laughed and rnndo such fun and :ia. then a>" She pointed with her linger C n j H A n ( s , olliuor i he I said It was a silly game, e" And the Boy?he never came again. ftTATP f(AC J 'Uj ?MARY NORMILB. UlUttlitA ? rk ,[f "The Preud Prtr.ee." PrGStOIl th lid The Proud Prince will he Porter J. 'RimkwVl < he White's vehicle when he next nppears ie' in our city. This play it will be re- g, Sp6C w membered was first produced by E. H. .' Sothern anil the sensation it made has 30t|, ppones. nd not been forgotten, for the drama ___________ es- proved to be another of The Sign of , ier the Cross, In that the lesson it taught ce was most convincing. Justin Huntley H % A ,ld McCarthy the author lias used an epl- /\ If sode In the life of Robert The Mad, JL % JLjm. la- King of Sicily, who was converted to an Christianity and made to seo the error ^ of his ways by being transformed tram ' J his own beautiful self into the hunch ? backed jester o? ills court, Diogenes. Enter through a noble act ho regained his own shape and realized what a !"! cruel Inhuman monster he had been. i. The big sensational scene of the play 1- A Tl occurs at the end of the third act In All boys which Robert slays his enemy Hilda- 2. TOUC ne brand with the,Iron cross from the yye gu(t lis mountain chapel'this act securing for i him the forgiveness of the Archangel 3- S,CK , i Gabriel who has been ruling in the Mu,t wei ,11 King's stead while the latter Ib In 4. OUT vfc the fool's form and face. Messrs. Nix- You boug on & Zimmerman under wnoae uirece? tlon Mr. White Is now appearing have 5- LET'' "J staged the play lavishly, rind aur- Appearan tar rounded the tragedian with a company 6. BOYS ??- of exceptional excellence. More wet , ~ ' 7. MONE Don t forget the rummage snle on Hare'* wt .T.ickson street,'next to Jones' underin taking establishment 8. HAVE ?P - Wouldn't y. Auction this evening at Burdette's ,, .1 Book Store. , . v , -i_ - On Boys- Clote ^ ^ Everything ^t coat at BurdoUo'slf ^ ^ ^ 0 MAKE | BABIES THEM- '^fl^jlW IKTS, BANDS, , f^jMBSMM BS, MITTENS, kM I. f Tnrniticd ^ j1 > very beautiful hats, which have become quite,1 od of selling the very best trimmed hats fqrLMtflgM c of it I The hats for which you have been acqmjH : would gladly pay $7.50 for are here at $5.00, etc-H verv latest models and all are well made and of'I ii doubt we show the largest selection of'millinery * $7.50, $5.00 anddown as low rs $1.60. (Better I its n't every store in Fairmont. It's oldy.iafy'uims-1 all the time. All kinds, all ivcight^, lalLsi2es, .iqdil I Sleeping Garments, Ladies' Vests, WANT TO KNOW. AFTER SUPPEfl SMILES. ; JH incedi to ask ques- Stand" at our house,, H%v, t to: know whethir Mrs- Ptota-Jfo,, but we've got a S rnond-, Wm. B. lie grand baby.?Detroit Free Press. o u#Ml . ?. J?. I A?hlr?v?Vps hu iirnl tlin thAneav?iL.^^l lestion before dollar urP/.fi icre are two qutL ey can d^nvthlng. I If pay?' and 'la It Freaklk?Qxcuse mo, sir;-It cun3t ||B II you clioose?" I p()t a fe]iow into our college eleven.? the first up to Bp, Town and Country. ivllle- Courier-Joijr- "i had great luck to-nlgtif f C Martin T?wnc?tlncle Sam seems'to, ahit^SB j | more backwardness about borfOfeyjiiaM tfid PfOdllCS 1 moncy ^rom ?aoF nations tlidifoplB COUIlt V nf "more backwardness," biif^ljaHl reserve."?BnSalo ComtoeroW.; ^ iialty Special book and Bible aale ndf^lBj 225 Jackson St. For pure home made lard, go to SiH-f !1 torfleld's, Wsteon Hotel1 fiblldltf^j? ND ALL'S C Few St|gestions to Mothers a[nd Fathers / ^j8M| RED BOY WAN,TED! 1H BOYS AND MOTHERS' PET8. both' with Suiti. : LEY "BOYS AND STRONG BOYS. ir cloth's. Both j are well suited hero. . / "(J|j AT ELBOW AND KNEES? ht that boy poor jslothea. Better here at let* coat 3 SUIT THAT BOY OF YOURS. / ce changed at little coat. ' COVERING A SPECIALTY, irable than tearable. Y SAVED 13 M^NEY GAINED, ere to Mve on Boys' Clothing. you.'.like him dressed nicely? If to bring htm here. , j. ^|er the Mayors Office ?