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i Sip-'' - lo Evwy Detail Fairmont's Leadine
!/ ': Wv/V|jv Jicobs-Hutchinson Block, F 11 gifts-Mmi and useim that men will buy for women. (Men. you cam come toour Dress Goods Department and stop, *; and get the most useful and reliable gifts imaginable. No woman [, would refuse a Silk Dress or Waist Pattern, or enough novelty goods |j ^ for an evening or party gown. f'i Our clerks will help voir, all you'll let them, and von can de| . pend on every word they tell von. j SILK WAIST PATTERNS?Fancies and Plaids, Patterns of 5 yards?$5 to $10. FANCY WAISIINGS?Cotton, Mohair and Wool. 25, 40, 50 and 75c yard. PRINTED. CEEPE DE CHENES, $1 to $1.50 yard. i'r',"- Nothing more prettier or exquisite is on any store's shelves &r 'than these Crepe de Chenc patterns. m Fop evening wear they will make up perfectly. f DRESS GOODS?a broad range, 25c to $4 yard. lit our Dress Goods stock you might become confused, but you wiltsnrely be satisfied; no other-goods in town like we show, no other price range near so broad, PRETTY RIBBONS-for any purpose. Patented Christmas Ribbon, with "Merry Christinas" and "Sappy New Year" woven into it: just the thing with which to tie up packages. Color combinations are Red and Green, Green and Red, White and Pink, White ami Light Line?oe and be yard. Holly Ribbon; regular holly design, 5c to 15c yard. Plaid Ribbons; very popular now, 25c to 75c yard. Plain Ribbons; all shades and widths, 2c to $1.25 yard. GHRISTIIIflS GIFTS ? 1- ^ I I very /wept? p i By Men From Women Hk|9? Bead this list carefully, as it behooves every woman to get the fegB things most suitable for the man?most stylish and serviceable. KS Those things are here and the list below will help you. .If the size isn't correct, return for exchange after Christmas. BATH ROBES?practical and luxuriant. I SMOKING JACKETS?oesn't have to be a smoker, FANCY VESTS?white and fancy washable materials, SUIT CASES?waterproof cloth and all leather, 1#'": 1 ? $1-5010 $20' T BvltV TRAVELING BAGS?various shapes and sizes, $2 to $20. ?? 'v?' TRUNKS?steamer, wall, and bureau styles, " * $3 to $20. ? I FANCY SUSPENDERS ?put up in holiday Doxes, iS 50c to $3. SLIPPERS?felt and leather, good styles, ,4 ,50c to $2.50. DRESS PROTECTORS?warm and dressy, i $1 to $3. P MUFFLERS?of eotton, wool or silk, it 50c to $3.50. FANY COTTON SOC?S-15c to 50c. BLACK SILK SOCKS-fl and $1.50. NECKWEAR ? four-in-hands, bows and tecks, 25c to $1.50. GLOVES?dress, work and warm gloves, 25c to $5. J. M. HARTLEY & SON. ?' ' ni_' f-e]jey |s HI Qf qujjjyy af ^|jg8 lff? ' j "NT A T f 1 ^?",u (,n Walnut avenue. on Mc iZimot/ii JVIJ , Mri. |li)(i| (,HMmar(] left Sallln]ay with t BSy: a-L ^ ! fur Boston. where sha was called l?y Mi.-s , t - - - ~i the smlilen death of Iter father, .Mr. utday thomas O'Neill. No particulars of Mr. Wheel! Hfe.. Idas' hens Prichard, who had been O'Neill's death were given In tbo mes- Mrs. Kp^Sii guest of Msg Margaret Shlnn for sago. , expect - sereral days, returned to Mhnnlngton Miss Clara Relnhelmer, of Farming- nt VVa this morning. 'on, spent Sunday at her home on lime v -? t tr hare- last night' and ' the guest Mrs. LeRoy Taylor, of Mannington, been II fee# Ser mother. Mrs* Susan Upton/ on has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. and w1 fewtjwon' street; Jess JleMaeters for several days. Mexico HMBMifeiffi'ii 11 -.< ; %%. ^ . * .je? e ffl -?;.. ;; '^r, Retail Establishment. mi^ | In Era? DetaB 'airmont, W. Va. * Jacobs-Hutcl ' . Get i Roosevelt Bear A frcsli lot of Roosevelt Bears?tlic most popular plaything for children at the present time. Better get as many as you want now ?they can'! lest till Christmas.. White and Cinnamon Color. 25c, $1.48 and $1.98. Find them in the Easement with the other toys. The Basement The Center ot Interest tor the Ghlldren Don't let a child in Fairmont miss coming to this store and ? * !-.. " i.np seeing the wonderful tilings in xoys ana inc uuuiv wmj Ui j/una we show Bring or let tliem come early?little folks can't sec around so well after the store is filled with big folks. Don't send toddlers alone ? bring tliem; enter into the fun; he young, be happy ? as theyoungstcrs are. IRON TOYS?a little old-fashioned, always good,, and wellnigh indestructible. Fire Engines, Hook and Ladder Wagons, Fire Patrols, Circus c*? r1"-W',tor w.-io-ntie Menageries. Coal Carts, Wclguiib, ?aiiuge .. VKV,. ..-0 , 0Drays, 'Choo-Choo" Cars and Automobiles. 25 GillltS 10 $2.75 All of our Mechanical Toys are demonstrated on a table arranged for (he purpose and you can see just what you are buying. smm sokmiii From Our Ready-to-Wear Stock The Second Floor is ready to serve you and serve you well in Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, and everything pertaining to ready-to-wear garments. .. ? No one who has dealt at this store will question our prices? '* * ' lJi.. nineao nnn Inu'ni* tlinn olun. consistent wit 11 inu quuuij- vi our gw?a, ~..,v where. -a i' ' ?' * . fiMHll Extra large stocks for Christmas selling. "*" . . i . & , '* - FURS?muffs and scarfs in the popular slfins, $1 to $35. TAILORED SUITS?latest Winter styles. '* ' i . $8.50 to $35, 2 ' - COATS?for street and evening wear, i *|t $5 to $37.50. v , & . jjjj 8 * RAINCOATS?for rain or shine, ;<*? _ $10 to $20. , ; SKIRTS?lulnth or silk. HlB ' "" I $3.98 to $25. " Vu t ' i PETTICOATS?sateen or silk, n i ..98c to $12.50. . Vi; J WAISTS?cotton, wool or silk, , 98c to $10. SHAWLS?warm and comfortable, 25c lo $5. Kimonas, unit Skirts ana rancy Aprons, J. M. HARTLEY & SON. Muyme Hall Is 111 at her home Misses Carol Powell and Amy Wil b, C. Wyer went to >nroe street, being threatened hums spout Saturday at Hutchinson, iilternoon on business, yphold /ever. the guests of Mrs. Turney Reed. H. C. DeShlelds went i?tio Cnrnnnter returned Snt- M. A. Fletcher has returned from a. this afternoon on buslr night from a few days' visit In business trip to Pittsburg. W. H. Sprngg, ot w Ins:. Miss Blake Watson, of Smithton, Is Is a business visitor ii Will Lewis and little son are the guest of Mrs. M. A. Fletcher on Jllss Alberta Fox, w! ed hero soon from their home Maple avenue of Miss Margaret Bis ishlngton, Pa., to spend some Mrs. D. R. Broh went to Cumber Wednesday for her hi .us the former'* mother. Mrs. Int'd. Md., this afternoon to attend the ing. Booher. Dr. Lewis, who had funeral services of her aunt, Mrs. Karl Hennen, wno is I of grippe, Is still In poor health Rosenthal. tat College In Baltlmo II spend a pfrt of the winter In T. A. Deveny, o( Grafton, Is a bush home Saturday to spei ness visitor In the city today. with relatives. ... .^BOOKytWPr^ II j During the month of December this is the' greatest Book Storo : in town. There is popular fiction at popular prices, good books trait nil irnnu' nhnnf nt. nrioes that make von ask "How can you. do. ' For instance, read these lists over: ^/Bj m 45c m flt 25c m [ j The Crisis. Alice in Wonderland. Hoosier Schoolmaster. Minister Wooing. I The Virginian. Good Elsie. > 'pWm Eben Holden. Marian Gray. In the Palace of the King. Beulah, " W ; Master Christian. First Violin. ' f | ^ . The Hon. Peter Sterling. Samantna at Saratoga. .u* The Fortunes of Fi Fi. Tales From Tennyson. . The Hound of the Baskervillw. The Mohicans. Soldiers of Fortune. East Lynn. If I Were King. Tempest and Sunshine. _ The Man on the Box. Now or Never. <?,' i The Cardinal's Snuff Box. The Deer Slayer. The Choir Invisible. Six or Sixteen. "'"J! ; , ' Dorothy South. Dora Deane. Checkers. Christmas Gift. ' In the Bishop's Carriage. Bosamond. | The Celebrity. Evangeline. Janice Meredith. Oliver Twist. Brewster's Millions. , John Halifax, Gentleman. Quincy Adams Sawyer. Vicar of Wakefield. When Knighthood was in Flow- Dream of Life. "Tho Timlv Evfilvn" ? bv Max $1.50 BOOKS I -1 Reason. tAP "Resnnov"?Gertrude Atherton. : jf;> HI! "The Man Between"?Amelia E. , i||j fa r A.h "A Rock in the Baltic"?Robert pJi 5(K yen **mm" 1 Dopt ForaeyifiOE 1 Lots of people think only of self and not of home?what you ; Vo'aH give to beautify the home, you give to benefit all. There are many things in this big store that a great many BUGS?various kinds and sixes, * " I - 3 $1.35 to $8.50. a l ?'w DRUGGETTS?snmll sizes up to room size, ^ (?*~ PORTIERES?would help^ a great deal, t ->* *" I ?' ART STATUARY-beautiful and artistic, IIIIm Sfeil.. $1.50 to $9. ,jOUtaft4i | . CUT GLASS?deeply cut, full of color, I t " $2 to$45.00. * "*. LACE SCARFS-for dresser and chiffonier, * *tk it, $10 to $15. , E^ef| MEXICAN DRAWN WORK?scarfs, squares and doylies, . .. 6c to $6.50. B ,4 -y.r LINEN SETS?$5.75 to $15. TABLE LINEN?25c to $2.50 yard. iB NAPKINS?75o to $7 dozen. I HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW CASES, $2 pair. y ; # I HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS, $6.50 pair. 1* ' LINEN SHEETING, $1 yard. % QUILTS?white and colored, 89c to $7.50. **i . TOWELS?cotton, union and linen, 10c to $1.50 each. - I J. M. HARTLEY & SON. r.i?,? ,Me I Atfnpnur TTnmrit \* Oi'flpn retain-1 Five Prlionen Up To-Dey. UKUAOUUI5 WW .. _w _ cd to-day from a trip to Wheeling. There were five prisoner* before the ' ' . to Farmlngton R. V- Crockett, of Sylvanls, Ga., Is mayor this morning. All except one iess. In the city the guest ol his daughter, paid out aynesburg, Pa., Mrs. H. R Johnson, on Walnut are- J. O. Stealey and George Hawldna M 'i" i the city. nue. were fined seven dollars. WJllltm ; ho Is the guest Dr. J. Calvin Mead, of Philadelphia, Hamilton was lined six dollars and; i! hop, leaves on passed through here to-day. en route T. E. Kerns was fined eight dollars. ' ome In Wheel- from Grafton to Monongah, where he Charles Moore was tip for stealing i, will conduct a two weeks' service in a pair of shoes. He was turned ov?r||j attending Den- the Presbyterian church. to the dm authorities. ire, win | ^ j Graphophone records at ?5 and 50 ^ -<3v' \ * : .#-V -'"