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Iltery Wash Suit in our st
|^lf*and less former pi
l&'QOWNS?Eveiy 50e
IK ttLUVES?Hlack and Wlnt
where at $1.50 to $1.75. 0
THE WIN
Hats worth up to $5.
|&tl.our Pattern Hats at hal
r cost when cleaning up stoc
e Only Exclusive CI
LIVESTOCK
JJNION STOCK YARDS,
GEORGE E. BAYHA.
J.gOOd, 900 to 1,000, $4.5004.76,
800 to 900, $4.25?4s50; good,
;806, $;t;[email protected]; common, $30'
ibngh, 1,000 to 1,200, $4,250
rbngh, iOOt o 1^)00, $3.2504.25; j
nils. $4.0004.25: bologna bntlaj
$3.5004.00;
jtcdws, $2.5003.00; extra fresh
$<0:$0?45.000; fair fresh cows,
iB^'flO; veal ^calves, $7.00?
BHtfro'&a thin calves, $5.00?
I^Bxtril;. $6.1606.20; good,
jjjf^ co^taron, $6.0000.10;
jiio- common, $3.0003.60.
ii^-Kxti? eprlng, $7.0007.60;
(5.5007.00; common, $6,000 (
; Bteady; common to prime
^|^.)5?7.36; cows, $3,250
[O)feret;'$3.00?6.90; bulls, $3.15
[L IMBM
it imnumi
" past weeks' business of our'Clear
bargains for Saturday sntl all next
highly by the continuous response i
xpectations of purchasing timely bai
tyou?
, w .. V.r s . ^ S - ^ .
S, regular 50c quality. Clearing Pr
<qg0P
ZE LISLE HOSE, 50c quality. Clear
BS, all new this season. Clearing P
D COLORS, all choice new styles. C
suy any $1.25 and $1.50 White Em
ase choice of our $2.00 handsome "W
r fine $2.50 "White Embroidered Bat
our lovely $3.50'Handsomely Emboi
of these White Waists displayed in 01
ILK PARASOLS
left in Brown and Blue, with stylish
$2.50 The $5.00 Pa:
et Blue Wash Skir
ty, all lengths, 2 styles to choose frc
r $1.50. Never sold at less. Clearini
[ITE WASH SKIR
d in price. Some lovely fine Skirts,
rt, see these bargains. Our prices ai
CASH DRESSES
ore must go. Our prices are the lo\
ices.
l's White Wash Di
ss goes for one-half former price. S
resses for 75c. $2.00 Dresses for $
resses for $2.00 $5.00 Dresses for $
gown at the Clearing Sale Price...
13 mialitv. orettv embroidered. Sale
on center table, $1.25 and $1.50 qua
und ribbon; clean and fresh. Clearir
L4.TS?Sizes 2 to 12 years. Sold frc
One material. All go at one-half fo
k\s; White Lawn, Black and White,
lyles for 75c. $1.50 styles for 9?
White and Tan; 12 button clasp wrist,
received; actual value $1.00. On sab
e, 16 Button lengths. Very fine quali
nly received Thursday. Special for
ID -UP SALE OF MIL
00, all put in one lot. Tour choice j
f-price and less, perfect beauties for $
k.
oak, Suit, Shirt Waist, M
ishing Store in Fairmon
. GEO. L. JOLLIFFE & CO
Sheep ? Receipts ahout 10,000; coi
steaJy. Sheep, $3.7506.00; yearlings, me
e ern/Kifl on. ?e ??e/Q7 7R
f u uvufv. ov, laiuuO) ipu, i jiy > iu, : uc]
go<
Pittsburg Live Stock. 8o<
UNION STOCK YARDS, Pittsburg. Uni
?Cattle, supply light; steady; prime, inS
$0.2006.40; choice, $6.4006.05. Prl:
Cheep, supply light; slaw; prime
wethers, $5.300 5.400; culls and common,
$2.00?3'.00; lambs, $5.0007.00, J
veal calves, $"-.00?7.50, Hogs, ie- 6(i
celpts light; stendy; prime heavies, ?"?
>5.90(5*5.95; mediums and heavy york- 'er
ers, JO.40; Tight yorkers and pigs, e<i
JO.40?#.46; roughs, [email protected]>5.10. 6,8
Ric
Metals. Me
NEW YORK?The London tin mar:
ket was higher, with spot quoted at
?183 10s and futures at ?180 10s. Loally
the market was steady, with spot
quoted at $40.50040.60. Copper was
unchanged at ?94 for spot In the Lon- CJIL
don market, but futures declined ?110 mo
to ?87. Locally the market was weak
and quotations were largely nominal, I
with lake quoted at $21 @22, electrolyt- yoi
Ic at [email protected], casting at |[email protected] wh
Lead was unchanged In both markets, i ?
Spelter was weak at J6,[email protected] In of
the local market, and unchanged at leti
?24 In London. Pe:
Iron was higher In the London mar- bio
ket, with standard foundry quoted at acl
50s 3d and Cleveland warrants at 66s tng
Od. Locally the market was without Th
further change. oln
' t i
Dry Qoods.
NEW YORK-The dry goods trade E
ing Sale, we again present to
week. We have every reason
to our rare offerings at this
rgains. "We'll see that you're
i? 28c
ioe Price 3|C
rice".. 9C
bearing Price . 35c
broidered Waist inour store.
rhite Embroid- ered Waists,
iste Waists.
idered Waists. .
ir windows.
Plaid and Polka, dot borders.
rasols for * - $3.00
ts
?m. We have three QA.
S Priec jjJJC
rs
Retailed from $1.00 on up to
e the lowest in Fairmont and
vest. See samples in our winresses
ome very pretty styles. See
>1.00. $2.50 Dresses for $1.25.
2.50. $6.50 Dresses for $3.25.
35c
P?ee 69c
lity, handsomely QCr
lg Sale Price .. I't
>m 50c up to $3.75. Some beaurmer
price.
Blue and White.
io. $2.00 styles for $1.25.
. Sizes 6, 6 1-2 and i7Qr
j Saturday for ~
ty. " Sold this season evcrySaturday
? $1.19
LINERY
'or $1.75
4.50 to $7.50. Wc do not conillioery
and Ladies'
t
ltlnues active. A large volume of
ircbandise is being placed under orr
for future delivery. Staple arcrs
ids are selling good. Jlen'B wear
ids are quiet. Raw silk Is bigber
ler the Impetus of more active buy;
abroad. The Jobbing trade In
nted goods and domestics Is active.
uuncc.
JEW YORK?Havre market advancone-half
franc; July futures closed
sred at 5.70c; September closed ofed
at 6.70c; December closer offerat
5.70c; March closed offered at
;0cc; May closed offered at 5.90c;
p No. 7 quoted at 09s?0^c. Market
ady.'
L. W. MINFORD & CO.
Butter.
JEW YORK?Butter was strong;
elpts, 5,421; creamery, common to
ra, [email protected]; western factory, comn
to firsts, [email protected]^c.
?
'11 stop your pain free. To Bhow
i first?before you spend a penny?
at my Pink Pain Tablets can do,
rill mall you free, a Trial Package
tbem?Dr. Shoop's Headache Tab!.
Neuralgia, Headache,-Toothache,
rlod pains, etc., are due alone to
od congestion. Dr. Shoop's Headle
Tablets simply hill pain by coax:
away the unnatural blood pressure,
at Is all. Address Dr. 8hoop, Rae,
Wis. Bold by B. A. BUIlngslea
Co. ^ (
enta' home on Jamison street,
f Mrs. D. B. Oliker, who has been In
Baltimore for several weeks, has returned
home much Improved in health.
Miss Lily Swindler .and nephew,
Harry Hfgglnbotbam, of Sblnnston,
ppent yesterday with relatives In the
city. '''
M. A. Fletcher, of the Falrmon:
IVust Company, has been 111 for the!
past few days at his home on Maple
avenue. .. . '
Mrs, B. B. Gould has returned from
a several weeks' visit with friends in
Pittsburg, -Butler, Pa., and Steubenville,
0.
Rev. and MrB. W. J. Eddy and children
left to-day for Cross Roads, Monongalia
county, to spend a month with
relatives.
Mrs. Charles Steel and son, Lorenz,
of Morgantown, are the guests of Mrs.
B. G. Williams at the Williams farm
near the city.
jfrs. R. R. Gould, of Alaska, who
has been visiting relatives in this city
for several months, has returned here
from a two weeks' visit with friends
in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Mrs. J. F. Cordray was in Mannington
yesterday to see Mr. Hart Daniels,
Who is very ill. Mr. Daniels formerly
resided in the city and his friends will
faweof tn ioovn /># Vifo aarlnito fllnooa
?V 1VUI u VI U'O MW'awuv
FROM THE FUN FACTORY.
"Walter, bring me a glaSB of buttermilk,"
requested the man in the quick
lunchery.
"One Fairbanks," yelled the waiter,
thus showing that .slang Is made, not
born.?Detroit Free Press.
First Professor?That man has been
signally honored by many colleges.
Second Professor?I should say so.
He has been given enough degrees to
qualify him for a first class thermometer.?Milwaukee
Journal.
Towne?He has no regard for anyone
else; he has no milk of human
kindness.
Browne?Oh! I wouldn't say that.
He's a very small man, you know.
Probably he has It, but It's condensed.?Philadelphia
Press.
"Yes, sir, the major went In swimmin",
and' I'm blest ef a .feller didn't
come along an' steal all his clothes!"
"An' what did he do then?"
"Broke the record by goln' home In
a barrel, Instead o' the barrel goln'
home In him!"?Atlantac Constitution.
Mr. Justcott?Why, what are you
crying about, dear?
Mrs. Justcott?Oh, George, the mice
have got Into the pantry and eaten up
a beautiful custard pie 1 made myself.
Mr. Justcott?There, there. Don't
cry over a few little mice.?Cleveland
Leader.
i25 ..
Per Gent,
off on U
Furnish'gs
OUR SEN
Begii
!25 PerCe
J3 PerCe
Our Semi-Annua
All new goods, la
at money-saving;
ALL 25c ARTICLES..
ALL 50c ARTICLES..
ALL $1.00 ARTICLES.
ALL $1.50 ARTICLES.
ALL $2.00 ARTICLES.
25 P
ds
What is the use of buyinj
Our stock is new. Oar rags a
same and lower prices than of
I CARRE
? yt Velvet Carpets, 75, 85,
J -jj 10 wire Roxbury's a'
. ' Tapestrys, 58c, 68c ai
> , All Wool Ingrains, 58
^ Other Ingrains, 25c, 31
Fine line of Axminste:
Seduced proportionat
Linoleums two and fou
Good assortment of
Special lace curtains.at 3
Come and make your selei
* <
"The Woman Paya and Paya." "I
A, W. Hawks, father of Wells P
Hawks, the well known press agent, 11
tells me this one, which he says Is a h
recital of facts: '<
"In the Illinois Central station In ti
Chicago I saw a good looking drummer
get off a train In company with a
wnmnn wlinm T rflnnffnizfiri A3 a
Juuub
waitress In a country hotel where t 9
had stopped. The drummer excused c
himself to her and drew me aside. n
"'Hawks.' he whispered, confldea-t
tally, 'that girl and I have come up to '
town together. She's going back to- y
morrow. Tell me a good lvle show. I p
want to take here to a matinee first y
Savvy?'
"I sent Ulm to 'The Chorus Lady' at
Powers' Theater, and, as It happened, .
1 sat right behind them at the show. >
I watched them carefully. When Rose
Stahl came to the lines, 'And the woman
pays and pays and pays,' the girl
broke down and cried. I heard the
drummer say, 'Damn It!' Quite planlly.
"At the close of the show they took
a cab, but It was' to the railway station.
The girl caught the 0 o'clock
train home.
"That night I met the drummer In
the lobby of the hotel.
"'Say, Hawks,' he began, 'you're a
nice man, I don't think, to send us to
that kind of a show. It broke the girl
all up and she's gone home, leaving
me here at the post.'
"Then he looked me over. 'I dunno
but I'm obHged to you, at that,' he
said, and he walked'off.
"Some days afterward I met the
young woman again at her hotel.
"'Mr. Hawks,' she said, 'I want to
thank you,'
" 'No, don't thank me,' I said to her.
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ns Saturi
July i
nt off on all
of off on all
1 Clearance Sale is an
test styles, best qualit
prices.
19c
38c
78c
$1.13
$1.80
r* _. j rr r?
er L,eni. on on rurui
ion Cloth
.
. savings Bank
"M
r carpets, rags and mattings from at
re in. We afford yon the widest r
fered in close out sales of old stocks
i FEW SAMPLE PRICES.
IT'S I RU
$1.00, $1.10. 9x12 Wiltons, $35
t 95c. 9x12 Axminsters
id 75e. 9x12 Velvet at $2
c to 75c. 9x12 10 wire Tai
)c, 35c, 40c. 36x72 Axminster
rs. 27x54 Axininstei'
ely. * 36x72 Velvets at
r yds wide. Crex Rujrs in all
Chini and Jap Slatting. Remnants
LACE CURTAINS.
9 cents pair. Also, mill ends,
ition while'the stock is full. We wi
Thank Jimmy Forbes, who wrote the P
lay. And thank Miss Staht, who'plays
i so well. And the next .time yon
ear a good brother or sister denounclg
the theater as a cesspool of vice,
sll the story.'
'"I will,' she said."
If the rate ot consumption ot 1905
'ere maintained indefinitely, without
hange, our coal would last approxilately
4,000-years, but If the constantr
Increasing rate whloh has marked
he consumption, during.the last 90
ears be maintained, our coal will
radically be exhausted within 100
ears. rj
Read the Daily West vvrzlnlan.
? I
Elietric Theatre
Old Postoffice Building. J
Wednesday and Thursday t<
MOVING PICTURES. ^
Cohen's Great J1
Fire Sale c
(Comle.) _
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ALL-$10.00 SUITS
ALL $12.50 SUITS
ALL $15.00 SUITS
ALL $18.50 SUITS
ALL $20.00 SUITS
ishings, 33 Per Cent
11 n ^3^ q m ^
) the men that have been
nable to be fitted in tana.
Vtt wore UI11J auiu
ieee after ordering from
ve different cities. * * .-:0
OME QUICK, ALL SIZES, 5 < ip| ||
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Vest Virginian wants ads pay.
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