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Advertising'
WANT SSuma
^ TERMS-^Caeh, nnleM^
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jFor Jentj
Gtiolce Oitice Rooms
Geo. M. Jacobs Bldo.
i&? Monroe. Street
Special Inducements and 9
y'V 0 Special Prices. Apply Q
- ? GEO. M. JACOBS, ?
$ - WANTED
WANTED?Miner to act as guide to
* ' one soliciting from mine to mine. Must
V V be: Able to read and write English,
f Salary and expenses. Enquire at
Boush's Restaurant, Bridge street.
fjr.v ^ :
WANTED?Girl for general house
p work. Apply 807 Benonl avenue, tf
WANTED?Position as light housekeener.
No washing or Ironing. Ad
dree F, care'West Virginian otlice. tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT?7 room house, modern
conveniences. Inquire Fairmont Trust
Co. 10-Ct
><fOR RENT?Two furnished rooms
Hj! suitable for light housekeeping. Apg?
lily 617 5th St. tf
sk*
i.: FOR RENT?A cottage, 209 GuiTey
Wi street. Enquire of Ella Forlnoy.
8? i? ?
[!?,; FOR RENT?A few choice office rooms
f la the new People's Bank building.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE?Fbur 8 ft. Jewelery cases
and tables. First class condition.
Bell clreap. W. A. Fisher, Jeweler,
??; Fairmont, XV. Va. tf
FOR SALE?Seventy-live building lots
between 7th and 8th streets, Fifth
ward. Ridgely Bros,
FOR SALE?Timber lands In any
quantities from 100 to 25,000 acres.
Can offer profitable investment for
any one having money to Invest. Address
L, care of West Virginian office,
Fairmont, W. Va.
FOUND
FOUND?Ladles' gold watch, cor. 11th
St. and Va. Ave. Describe same and
' pay for this ail. Call at this office, tf
I nrinri
JLD1CIWU
THEATRE
MAIN STREET
TODAY
pictures:
"Millitary Prison"
song:
"Holding Hands"
ADMISSION ... 5c
' I
ICE CRE/
Ice Crea:
Is the great Ar
g It cools and rel
4 ill effects.
iWm
lt'< made from the beet ma
fruit* for 8unday*. Ice Crc
the elty on ehort notice.
' I
jCANI
MOTHER OF 8. A. HULL, OF THI8
CITY, DIED AT HER SON'S
8UMMER HOME. '
Mrs. Harriett Harlen Hull died today
shortly before noon at ML Lake
Park at the summer home of her son,
8. A. Hull, of this city, Mrs. Hull bad
been ill for some time and was taken
to the mountains where it was hoped
she would Improve. Her home was
at Mauch Chunk, Pa., where another
son, George, resides. She was sixtyeight
years of age. No arrangements
for. funeral services have been made.
Undertaker R. L. Cunningham left
this afternoon for Mt. Lake Park and I
on his arrival the arrangements will
be completed.
GOT TOO GAY
OIL WELL DRILLERS CHARGED
WITH MAKING INDECENT
PROPOSALS TO WOMEN.
Three men were arrested this morning
for insulting Phil Johnson's wife
and his two daughters. The men
were "before the municipal court this
niornlng hut the case was continued
until this afternoon at two o'clock. At
the appointed time the parties to the
tidal appeared. The evidence for the
plaintiff showed that the men went
to the Johnson home and inquired for
beer and then made indecent proposals
to Mrs. Johnson and her two
daughters. They informed Phil and
he swore out a warrant. The men are
drillers from the oil field. The mm
were fined $48.50.
COLD KILLS THE GERM. '
Lieut. Perry Says There Are No Bald
Heads in the Arctic Region.'
The people who come back from
Klondike testify lo the fact that no
native bald heads are there. The evi-,
deuce Is that the cold climate kills |
the germs that eat the hair off at the
root. Lieut Perry, who went to the
Aictlc Regions, gives the same evidence.
Newbro's Herplclde has the
same effect as the cold climate, it
kills the germ that eats the hair off
at the roots, and the hair grows again.
Herplclde is the first hair remedy
built upon the principle of destroying
the germ that eats the hair off. Its
correctness of the scalp germ theory.
Sold by. leading druggists. Send 10c
in stamps for sample to The Herplclde
(to., Detroit. Mich. Two sizes, 50c and
$1.0(1. E. A. Biliingslen & Co., special
agents.
WASH GOODS, DRESS GOODS, TA.
i AMP. CMT1DP DICCP
DLL L?I HutiO " ? ?w ?
GOODS DEPARTMENT IS SUBJECT
TO A DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT.
AT STEMPLE'S SALE. '
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% Electric Theatre |
J? Old Postoffice Building. f
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* MOVING PICTURES. *i"
J Wednesday and t
J Thursday *
4 "Western Justice" ^
t "Jones' Patent J
* Motor" 4.
f *
V ILLUSTRATED SONG: 4?
* " The Last Roseof Summer *5*
fr 4*
VAUDEVILLE: J
| The Verdilles in a *
5* Comic Irish J
* Sketch +
"t* Jos. Conaway, *
J Clo* Dancer 4.!
T 4?i
ADMISSION 10c *J?|
+ CHILDREN 5c 4
4* 4*
1
\jy1 SODA
m. Soda
nerican drink,
xeshes without
M
terlal. All klndi of crushed
urn delivered to any part of
Both Phones
D I ES
Morgan Family Reunion.
MOSGANTOWN, July 11.?Flfty-ond
of the descendants of Zackwell Morgan
held a family reunion on
Wednesday afteraopn at Jerome Park
on the line of the Sabraton railway.
The heavy storm -which occurred Just
before nocn did not change the plans
except to cause a slight delay In
reaching the park.
Tile' majority of those present arrived
at noon on the Columbia from
Pittsburg. ' Those from West Virginia
cities and from the nearby points In
Pennsylvania came in by train Tuesday
night, a few arriving in the afternoon
at 1:02 on train No. 50. The
visitors were received at the station
and at the wharf by other members of
the family residing in Morgantown.
.Mrs, Virginia Berkshire, Mr. and Mrs.
.John M. Gress arili Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Rumsey entertained part of the visitors,
while the ctherB werq_ quartered
at the Madera. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan, Jr.,
and two children, Mr. and Mrs. James
Tarr, Ethel Tarr, Mr. aifd Mrs.- Fred
i Wenlz, Mr. and Mrs. CharleB M. Morgan,
Howard Morgan, Homer Morgan,
I Mr. and Mrs. Byron morgan, nr. uuu
Mrs. Drummond Morgan, John Morjgan,
Mrs. Jennie Seraans, Mrs. I'lmma
Slmcox, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boycr and
| Stanley Eichley, Pittsburg; Mr. and
j Mrs. Charles Tarr and Helen l'arr,
Grafton: Mrs. John Raught anil two
[children, Manassus, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Dawson. Wheeling; Mrs. Joseph
McKenzte, Wllllamstown, ami Mrs.
Virginia Berkshire, Mayrne Berkshire,
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gregg, l.uclle
Gregg. Morton Gregg, Margaret Gregg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ruiusey, Neat
Rumsey, Virginia Rumsey and Frank
Mover, Morgantown.
Bam Dance at Uniontown.
Society people of all ages to the
number of about 350 were present
Tuesday night at the barn dance given
by James R. Barnes and family at
their large barn cn the Frnzec furin,
the hornt; place of Mrs. Barnes at
Hopwood. The arrangements were in
charge cf Mies Estelln Barnes who
planned everything with a cleverness
and originality that gave the guests
an unusual Interest and enthusiasm
in the event. The affair was n colebrtion
of the 47lh birthday or Mr.
Barnes and also in honor ol the house
guests of the Misses Barnes. The
dancing started about S:30 o'clock and
lasted until about 1 o'clock. On the,
refreshment table a prominent feature
was an immense birthday enke
nearly four feet in height, from the
top of which shone 47 candles, u
was also decorated witte the design,
"J. R. B." and "30 years plus."
'Among the guests present from out
of town were Miss Herd, of Marion,
Ohio; Miss Zoe Jolliffe, of Fairmont;
Mr. Geer and Miss- Goer, and Mr.
Springer, Newcastle; Miss Hays, Pittsburg:
Miss Elizabeth McKee, Wareneck.
Va.: Miss Ferguson, Grand Rap
ids, Mich.: Miss Helen Aldrich, New
York: Miss Marion.Clapp, Sewickley;
Miss Aera French, East Orange, N. J.;
Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Dillinger, Pittsburg,
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCaffrey,
Brier Hill.?Uniontown (Pa)
News-Standard.
Enjoyable May mac.
| Miss Elba Boyers entertained a nurn;
ber ot her friends last evening with
a hay ride complimentary to her
! guests, Miss Eunice Porter, of Elkins;
[ Miss Kntharyn Jennings, ot Morgantown,
and Miss Alice Wade, ot Randall,
Monongalia county. The party
drove about the town and out the Morgantown
pike, returning here about
ten o'clock, and were delightfully entertained
at Cumuntzls. The heavy
down pour of rain shorteoed the ride
considerably, but a delightful time
was spent notwithstanding. In the
party were Misses Wade, Porter, Jennings.
Nina Linn, Lena Hamilton, Bessie
Nelson, Maude Boggesa, Nina Miller,
Katbarjn Boyers, Messrs. Victor
Gwynne, E. B. Harden, R. G. Conaway,
Okey Miller, J. A. Justus, W. B.
Haught, J. W. Beyers and L. B. Boyers.
Song Recital Much Enjoyed
A small but highly appreciative audience
was present at the Norma!
auditorium to hear the musical programme
as rendered by the Messrs.
Clarence and Clyde KInsey, who leave
soon for North Lake, N. Y., to take a
special course in vocal music. An
excellent programme was rendered as
published in Wednesday's West Virginian
and every number was rendered
with much skill. Beth young men are
so well known to the musical world
of Fairmont that it is not necessary
to comment on the beauty or their
voices or their ability to delight their
hearers. Miss Hazel McDonald was
the reader of the evening and her efforts
won for ber much merited applause.
Mrs. Clarence KJnsey was
the accompanist of the evening.
Visiting ?t rinBourg.
Miss Katbaryn Dickey Fleming, of
West CI eater, Pa., who is spending
the summer with relatives in the city,
is now in Pittsburg, Pa? a guest at
a house party. ,
guerite Lamblotte end Mr. CIrde Morris
were united In marriage^ Rev. J.
Engle performed the marriage ceremony
In the presence pfthe Immeatate
families of the contracting parties.
Miss Edna Lamboftte. a sister
of the bride, was maid of tionor-and
Mr. Michael Morris, brother of the
groom, was the best man. The bride
wore a beautiful gown of white crepe
de chene over silk and carried a shower
boquet of roses. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Morris are well known and very popular
young peopleo f the city and have
the congratulations and best wishes
of a wide circle of friends. The will
go to house keeping at 702 Fourth
street, Fifth ward, where a furnished
home awaits them. Mr. Morris Is
manager of the ftrst floor in E. C.
Jones' department store.
Missionary Society Outing.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian
Church have planned an outj
Ing for Friday afternoon of this week
,to which cordial Invitation to be pres- j
ent Is extended to all the ladies of the
church and their children. The outing
will be held at Traction Park,
the ladles and children going there on
the two o'clock car and the gentlemen
will join them at six, when a picnic
supper will be serveJ.
A Picnic This Evening.
The members of the Chatterbox
Club and a number of their friends
will enjoy a picnic supper at Traction
Park this evening.
SUDDEN DEATH
AT M0R6ANT0WN
WILBERT E. HARTLEY, DRUGGIST,
DIED LAST NIGHT AT 8:10
OF EUREMIA.
MORGANTOWN. July 11.?Wilbert
IE. Hurtlev, proprietor of the drug
' store at 005 Beechurst avenue, died
at S:10 p. ni Wednesday, July 10, 1907, '
of euremla. He was taken 111 at t:
1>. in. and Drs. Fisher and Powell were
summoned and did everything possible' j
j lo save Ills life. Mr. Hartley came
here from Moundsville three months
ago to clerk for J. H. Kaszer Two
i weeks ago he purchased the store
from Kaszer. He was IS years of age
, and had many warm friends during
j his brief residence here, being liked
by all who met him. Mr. Hartley is
survived liy his wife and an IS months'
. old son. and his mother, who are all
' living In Moundsville. They came here 11
on the 5:53 a. m. train to take chargej
of the body. They will probably ieave i
'for Moundsville with the body on the
5:40 p. m. train. The body was taken
charge of last night by rndertaker
Jenkins & Brown and removed to their ,
rooms. i
geneseeITo !
next week;
i
MANAGER MURPHY WILL PUT ON!
AN ATTRACTION WORTH GOING
TO SEE. '
I
i
Next week during the stay of the!
New York attraction, the Genesee '
Trio, at the Bijou Theater, the small '
charge of 10c will be made which is
an advance over the regular price of _
5c. This advance will be for this week !
only and as this Is a high class musl- '
cal treat good enough to entertain the
people of the largest cities, and strong
enough to hold down the boards at 1
the Jamestown Exposition during the
summer, the public will no doubt real- j
Ize that the small charge of admission
will only pay part of the expense of
securing this attraction. Manager
Murphy does not hope to make any
money on the week's business, but
desires to give his patrons the best
that Is going and thinks that the Trio I
will be a good advertisement for his I
theater which win attract many-newi
people who have not heretofore had
the pleasure of visiting the Bijou.
Will Meet With Mrs. Swisher.
The Woman's Foreign Mission Society
of the Methodist Protestant
Church will meet at the home of Mrs.
George H, Swisher at Bell View Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. The laI
dies attending this meeting will meet
lat Yeager's corner, taking the 7
I o'clock car.
Teachers' Examination.
The second uniform examination for
Marion county will be held in Mannlngton
July 18 and 19. At this examination
questions on general history
will be confined to Grecian history.
CARTER L. FAUST,
County Superintendent
Frozen delicacies?the quality kind
?Hall's Ice Cream Parlor, 314 Main
street * 3i
LADIES' WAISTS, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
AND CHILDREN'S DRE8SES
ARE A BIO FEATURE llf THE 20
PER CENT. DISCOUNT SALE AT
STEMPLE'8. '
to Pi
Women's, Mi
JUM
AT GREA1
: ^
$3.68 were ?5 In
lavender and pink.
$5.68 were ^ iQtii
and check pinpham
Second Flooi
J. M. HARTLEY & SON.
II STRONG
BiLLTONIGHT
THE VAUDEVILLE BILL AT THE
GRAND TONIGHT WILL BE
THE STRONGEST YET
PRESENTED.
1ARRY L*. SPERRY RETURNS FOR
THREE NIGHTS AND REMAINDER
OF BILL THE UNUSU
ALLY STRONG.
The management of the Grand Ope
a ilouse,claims that to-night the beat
audevijle bill ever presented in this
:!ty ivill be put on. By n special aralignment
Harry I.. 5perry has been
iecured for another short engagenent.
Billy Hines, the celebrated clog
lancer, will also bo one of the leadng
feature's of the bill and it u-T be
lis first appearance in this city.
The double team for the last three
lights of this week will be Crawford
i DeJ.ancy, who have an exceedingly
ilever sketch entitled, "JIcKcnnn's
iVill." This team played-the first throe
lights of this week In Morgautown
icd made an emphatic lilt.
The motion pictures and Illustrated
songs will also be changed to-night,
ind everything will be new but Mr.
Sperrv, but another dose of his clev?r
comedy and Inimitable rendered
ongs will be very palatable for a Fairmont
audience.
Join the crowd and take in this
eally meritorious performance at the
frand to night. It Is too go.nl for I he
money, but the patron Is the neneflilary.
Trv a West Virion'" want ad.
_ . ~ i
The Coolest Spot
in the City
TMonum
0PP. COURT-HOUSE.
Wednesday and Thursday
PICTURES:
Circumstantial Evidence,
The Lost Child.
SONG:
At the End of the Class.
I ?
ADMISSION
5c
;r Cent. Reductioi
sses and Children's Re
ON SECOND FLOOR
LrJiK 3U
rLY REDUCI
This offer 1b made right i
cation andgoing-away f
appreciated by the woi
v ready.made suit
& The materials combine b
K& suit up to the Hartley
style and workmanship.
This sale starts tomorro1
of each style are limited
S Silk Jurr
Wyy <R7 00 were812 00an<
Jp/.yu and b]acki bl
white and broT
?3| $9.90 l1* and $
black, brown a
1 $11.90 e*i6-l01
Plain black,
$13.90 ^e 820, 5 1
w blue stripes a
k $1 f\ Ofl were $22.50 t
dio.yu blackand br
$19 90 were $27.50 i
brown and w
w * -w
able Jumper
) lot Blue, <C7 /CQ were $
*''00 Pink, 1
e lot Plaid Sep., i
s- $11.68 wae '
en.
J. M. HARTLEY & SON.
Rhodes Scholarship Winners. I
BERKELEY, Cal., July 11. ? The
complete list of America# Rhodes j
scholarship appointees who will go to:
Oxford this summer lias been giveti
out. There are 45 Americans and!
eight from Canada In the list. The
men from American states include the
following named:
Ohio?Shirley Wing,, of Columbus, j
Pennsylvania?Alvin L. Locke, of
Philadelphia.
West Virginia?Robert P. Strlckler,
of Jlorgantown.
200 LADIES' SKIRTS ARE BEING
OFFERED AT STEMPLE's'sALE AT
A REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENTBIG
LOT SALE JULY 23d, 1907, J.
FAY WATSON ADDITION TO FAIRMONT.
6t, '
l The Biggest Slau
X Ever Offered
11000 TRIMMED HAT
* All $5 Hats $2 and $2.50
*
* 204 Water St.. Near Bridge. PON
t ThR Hnlhm Insi
1 1IU I IV1VV1 V II1UI
THE ATTENTION 01
I* respectfully directed to the old
Insurance Company <
t of the CITY OF PI
+ "It Is WISDOM and ECONOMY ?
^ PANII
^ And there Is NONE BETTER th
Hundred Years' Hor
J Firmly Established! Safe! Reliable!
SAM'L B. HOLBERT, Agent,
\ THEY ALWAYS
2 a happy purse and a good, nourlshlng
loaf of Wise's delicious
7 bread. Our bread doesa't make
^ your purse suffer. It Is more ecoL
nomical than baking at home, and
jt/u t>ci pttiaiauie auu wuuiesuiuo
^ eating without cooking during the ,
* heated term, at less cost than when [
^ you bake yourself. Try some of
j* our bread. It is a meal for the
} gods.
f 1
ru; wis:
324^Main^
v",/'sW : OTP ' '. / ' .
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it the heigth of the va- I
wason, and will Bnrely be I
oth eilk and cotton, every I ,
Standard, as regards fit,
i $12.50, 7 in the lot Drown, m
ae and black check, aifili ,?||
m check.
15, 10 in the lot Plain M
nd navy and brown check.?
and $17.50, 8 in the lot. '
plain bine.
n the lot, in black, brown, ,*W|!
nd black etripee.
ind $25, 6 in the lot. Red,
own.
ind $f,0, 8 in the lot. Black, ' ?|
hite check.
Suits "f?g|
10 to *18.50?16 in tfie lot. - - J;
bine and corn; linen and, zjM
md plaid ginghams; ?
17.50?1 only of plain lih?. |||
J. M. HARTLEY & SON.
BALTIMORE & OHIO?; i
NIGHT EXCUR8ION
PITTSBURG
AND RETURN ^ |
SATURDAY, JULY 13TH.
ROUND HHP $1.75 ^1
FROM FAIRMONT". ??? $p
Special Train will leave at .12^
4,4*4,4, + 4 + 4" 444+'4|R;
ghterxjf Prices |
in Fairmdnt
:s" AT HALF-PRICE!
Children Hats 50c Up t
fHATAN MILLINERY STORE *
race npeney ?
F PROPERTY OWNERS ' M
)\ North America ?
in ann dwia nbkfissi
an thla VETERAN of ov?r a

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