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Itocbelle, t. : al "station8 v,8lt at hlg Mrs. C. Sn B ?r, on JBiHion ?t?, .: ??. . ? > li a chance to get a new J supply of footwear for the boye and j?! Jj^'^Sjlecoimt price?more than ,. two months of hot weather yet to , | wear Oxfordi. This sale includes j every pair In the store?all thla j season's styles, made of Patents I and Plain Leathers, also Tan and ! Red Kid, White Canvas and Bare- I foot Sandals. All marked at our usual low price, now you can buy i these at an ' extra saving of 25c and 50c; : IN THE CHILDREN. j M Men's and Women's Summer '.'Footwear.aft Reduced Prices. All SMUT & Weltnn, I Main Street ^ <375 ~ ~ .We bare only 32 dresses left In stock. 8 lies 2 to 6 years; all BiceJy made and prettily trimmed In embroidery and lace. The $1.00 White Dresses at ...60c The $1.25 White Dresses at ...63c . The $li0 White Dresses at ...75c The $2.00 White Dreses at ..$1.00 The $2.60 White Dresses at .11.23 The $2.00 White,Dresses" at . .$1.50 \ Won't carry over any summ In first class condition, styles are n portunlty that only comes rarely. Yo Here's a Wash Suil We'll put our complete stock ol Wash Suits out lor this sale. Vali close out quick. Your choice to The White Wash Dress These Skirts are made by one < facturers. The. styles .we show i terns: $ 3.50 White Wash Skirts. Sale $ 6.00 White Wash Skirts. Sale $ 7.50 White Wash 3klrts. Sale tmnh WhUa WQDh Qlrtrta Snip spent Sunday Vto home in^Baltlday for New York on tlje same mission. Ilea by. the illness and death Mr. G. H. Richardson and wife leave ^ Hwn^dary Ann Stephens, of ClevoriflandKls^^.guest of seh son, Dr. David SK35v Stephens, on Oaston avenue. . . Florida, sister of Dr. David E. StephK?n?,vis the guest of Dr. ana Mrs. StephMr. G. M. Jacobs has returned from I'"ScLait3 JPk?' h'S Bumm" h0me at Henry c. Shallcross, advertls; ?: .ingra&etit 6/ the Wheeling State Fair, Ifilrekw. T;' Wheeler and daughters, ?J . ..Bessie and Hazel, of Weston, are the p^nSsts of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wheeler, f.'-ivJ'.Miss ^Beatrice Snider returned last night from Mt. Lake Park, Md? where Children's Oxfords ' Big Reduction 112.50 White Wash Skirts. Sale Last Chance for Lighi and Box Coa Two lotB of Women's and Mlsi Coats, all new this spring. C( fancy mixtures. Sold from M.50 sale for this week only. Your c $2.25 and $2 JOLLIFFE'S T" Bhe had heen the guest of MlssXoulse Hamilton for the past week. She also . visited relatives at Terra Alta. G. F. Carrell Is a business visitor In Harrlsvllle. N. E. Jamison spent ounday at his home near Farmlngton. Miss Georgia Ice returned last night from a two weeks' visit at her home at Barrackvllle and Webster Springs, kins spent Sunday with friends In Fairview. % Walter Gasklns spent Sunday with i friends In Barrackvllle. 1 Mrs. Grace Hoge Rogers and daugn- ] ter have returned from a few days vis- , It with the formers sister, Mrs. TurRy etaoslhrdluetaoinshrdlupupu , ney Reed, at Hutchinson. ' Miss Katharyn Deegan has returned , from a several weeks visit with i friends In Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. J. W- Hawk and chl dren, who had heen the guests of Mrs. Will Fleming for the past week, left this morning for their home in MunC'Mrnand Mrs. J. R. Linn and daughter, Miss Marie, returned yesterday from a week's visit at Buffalo and Nla SaMlssac*rmen Ammon, of Rochester Pa! is the guest of Miss Katharyn DobJoseph^H;osp RaL returned Sunday evening, feeling greatly improved by the U William B. Plaster, of Worthtngton, Is taking the Immigrant Inspectors examination today at the local postofflc . Miss Mayme Hart, ?f Washington D. C., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C W Paxson at Yosts Flats. Miss Nellie Reed, of Chicago, arrived in'Wheeling l0 Tl!lt.^S Mr and Mrs. Charles Reed, for a month Miss Reed is assistant secretary of Woman's Home Mlsslonan' Soclety of America, and was , formerly located-tit Fairmont?Wheeling Int 1" Chaf'vaught left Saturday for Somerset? Pa. where he will probably loC8Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hawkins and little son Harold, of Mannln^on were guests of Mr. Hawkins' father, Mt. A. C. Hawkins over Sunday. The regular meeting of the W. t?. T. U. will be held to-morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. , Master Junior Morgan, son of Mr. Zack Morgan, is recovering from a several days' Illness. A. D. Simon has returned from a sev eral weeks' vlstt to points In Mlchl- ^ Ea?ilss wise, of Canton, O., is I*6 i guest of her brother, Mr. Charles Wise, , WHtt. atW.Ot Mrs. R. R. Gould has been Indispos- 1 ed for several days at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. C. Powell, on Barney street. Mrs. Frank Reed has been? 111 for j several days at her home on Barney street Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bental have re- I turned from Baltimore, where the for- , mer had been ill In a hospital. Mr.- , Bental Is much improved in health, however, and they have returned to 1 Fairmont to reside. They will reside 1 on Benonl avenue, between Fifth and Sixth streets. J. W. Eastman, of 419 Walnut avenue, representative of thq Baumer Piano Company, of Wh deling, went to Morgantown' to-day; .v,..-.; 4 you nood. f ... EVERYTHING CONSIDERED, the BEST TIME OF THE YEAR for making purchases economically . ?for picking" up extraordinary bar: .gains. This is a., midsummer clarence time?neceeary' because . lots are broken. Bat It is .well 'to remember that our GREATEST. VALUES VERY OFTEN ARE NOT advertised, That accounts lor . Hie splendid values you find In our store placarded simply with price cards. ? . ' ' v. 'JZVfflrl'Xk v *' ss Sic er wool dreBS skirts. Will sell every ew, cloths the best, no reserve. Not $8.75, 110.00, $12.50 and $15.00 Dresi ur Choice at $4.95 I t Chance i s t Women's White Now we com aes up to $7.50 to en left In our s r $1.75 Waist styles, In ors. Everyone Skirt Story ?" if-the best manuire, our own patprice $1.50 Blacl price $2.25 (Bv price $3.25 Choice of any price $5.00 sold for $5.00 a price .:....$6.25 Choice of any c . , , , ? that sold to [ JflfKt'tS Choice of any o I efallkCIa gklrts aat g< 1. ' Choice of any o lo Skirts that i ies' light weight A Rinr f >vertB and light " up to $8.50 on We have only bolce at are black Pans Three $12.50 B1 CK One $20.00 Blac: One $25,00 Blaci e Only Exclusive, Cloak, Suit, Shirt \ nishing Store In I Boat Collision Causes Panic FOUR KILLED AND HUNDREDS BADLY FRIGHTENED AT EARLY HOUR THIS MORNING. A NEW YORK, Aug. 12.?Four lives ivere lost and two hundred passengers were thrown from their berths Into a panic by a collision early to-day off Bridgeport, Conn., Jietween the sound steamship Tennessee and a schooner. The Tennessee was bringing Sunday excursionists from Boston to New York. The Maine anchored alongside and took the Tennessee's passengers aboard and brought them here, W. & L. Tunnel Went to Smash CAVE-IN BLOCKED TRAFFIC BUT FORTUNATELY NO LIVES _____ WERE LOST. WHEELING, Aug. 12^"Yetlerday afternoon, without' warning, the tun* nel on .the main line of the Wheeling & Lake Erie railroad, Just west of Adena, gave way, and traffic on the road was blocked. Fortunately the mishap was discovered before a train from either direction was Involved lu a terrible disaster. One train transferred Its passengers at the tunnel for Wheeling, and all other tralm were diverted to the main line of the Wabash, from Mingo Junction, both east and .west from Wheeling. A large force of workmen were sent to the tunnel during the afternoon and worked throughout the night, but at an early'hour this morning It was stated that the road would not be open to through traffic again before Monday noon, If then. The Wheeling base ball excursion to canton was brought back via the Wabash main line to Mingo Junction, and thence down the river division to Wheeling. Citarrh Cannot Be Cursd with local applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is & blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It yon must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnterailly, and acts directly on the blood and muconn surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not > quack medlolne. It' was prescribed by one of the best physlclani In this country for years and Is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the a..A L1..J rest LHUUU yunuerB, acuug uiiwuj uu the mucous surfaces. The perfect oombtoation of the two Ingredient! [B wtmt produces such wonderful remits In curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO, Props., , Toledo, O. Sold by Draggle*, pride ,75. Take BillT Family Pills Her constl One lot of pretty style Silk Cjiifr^ ton Veils. . 60c Veils, choice for , .. .26e ; 75c Veils,- choice' for . .38c 61.00 Veils, choice for 50c' 61.25 Veils, choice fpr ........ .63c 61.50 Veils,, choice for- .75c ' <' ' ' '? : ' one. While these sklrtfr are all hlng held back. A dress skirt ops Skirts.' (20 In the lot)' - I . iach Bilk S.uits e to Sllk.Suits. We only bare sevtore. Jumper, Princess and Shirt broken check effects and plain colnew this spring. Sold at 612.25, 118.00 and 620.00 take your pick r $5.00 Each * Dress Skirts ery Skirt New.) r of our Black Panama Skirts, 'that it r ,-...$3.75 if our Black Panama Dress 3kirta, r 67.50 and 68.50 at $5.00 f our Black Chiffon Panama Dress old for $10.00 at $6.50 f our Black Chiffon Panama Dress sold for 612.50 and 615.00 at . .$8.50 lit oo women's Suits 5 spring suits left in our store, all una. Sizes 34, 36 and 38. ack Eton Suits at $5.00 k Eton-Suit at $8.50 k Eton Suit at $10.00 flfalst, Millinery and Ladies FurFairmont THIS HUSBAND RAN AMUCK WAS JEALOUS OF ATTENTIONS PAID TO HIS GIRL WIFE ? TRAGEDY FOLLOWS. CUMBERLAND, Mil., Aug. 12,-t A tragedy In which the unwritten law Is expected to figure In a peculiar way occurred yesterday morning at Hancock station, on the B. & O. railroad In West Virginia, opposite Hancock, Md. Morris Van Gosen, aged 33 years, Baltimore & Ohio night operator, was shot and killed -about 2 o'clock within the shadow of his boarding house. William Jones, aged 24 years, a Baltimore & Ohio track hand, who had married Georgia Stoller, aged 14 years, is In Jail at Berkeley Springs charged with the crime. Jones' child wife Is noted for her corpulence, being short of stature and weighing over two hundred pounds. Jealousy was behind the shooting, although' Van Gosen may have been the victim of mistaken Identity. Jones and his wife had been at a dance, as was Tilden Barnes, a Baltimore & Ohio trackman, who accompanied Jones and his wife on their way hsme. Van Gosen, with a number of friends, had preceded them. At the dance Van . Gosen had talked with Mrs. Jones. The husband was highly Incensed over something and during the day had talked about having killed one man and said he would add another victim. It Is believed he felt murderously toward Van Gosen. Tilden Barnes succeeded In Inducing Mm. Stotler tn nccomnanv him to the home Of George Brabson after a bitter I quarrel with Jones. Jones hurried to his home a short distance away for bis shotgun. As he was returning, ostensibly to shoot Bames, Van Gosen passed him on his way home. Testerday morning the dead body of Van Gosen was found over an embankment. There was a shotgun wound in the right breast Nearby was an empty shell that fitted in Jones' gun. The authorities say they have positive evidence of the guilt of Jones, and It is believed that he will plead the unwritten law iq extenuation, and that he did not intend to Bhoot Van Gosen but Barnes. Van Gosen was unmarried. In his clothes were found (92 in cash and a Sne gold watch. It Is thought that Jones had an ugly feeling toward both Van Gosen and Bames, and while he sought Barnes the hrfrdest, he happened to run into Van Qosen first and killed him. Our first inrents bad Just tasted of the tree of knowledge. "No," tfiey cried, "these garden spots with lecture courses are no good." They permanently,mured on Chautaquas.?New York Sun. A. G. Martin spent Sunday at Keyser with bis wife who is spending a few weeks at the Laps homestead.' Carrie Barr 6X5014 Hazel Griffith 4290 1 Sterling R. Rigga 40$(jlj Archie Koon 4060 PI Hazel Griffith ..3965 J Dorsey Abbott S.53o|jj Grace Jij'oes .-. ....2754 J Blanch.Linn 2,705 5 Daniel Codk 1850 A Nettle Groves 1210 \ Morris Saunders .1185 G Prances Ward .' 1105 5 .Charles WUson 850 0 Bolus Lytton 680 1 Leonard Deegan ............... 625 J Florence S. Colburo 575 C Virgil Fitzhugh 425 C Fred Mprris...... ....... 400 i Keicie Brown 370 J Alma Parker 250 J Mary Windsor 250 V Roy J. Wise 230 J Raymond Conaway 225 C Elizabeth Davis 200 J Mary Ellen Henry 183 . Mildred Hartley ..i 175 Cecil Miller :... ... 160 h Helen Tuttle 125 Harry Rosenberg 125 s District No. 2. j Mildred Parsons .....1370 E Ethel Rogerson 620 L Jamie JollWe 600 B Danna Morris 583 B Martha Stewart 340 A Chester Parks .....' 325 1 Georgia Atha 360 T Daisy Flowers 300 V Claudia McNeely '.. 286 0 Harry Lamb 225 E Laura F. Burt 225 3' Mary Burns 200 J. Lynn Bock .'.... 175 B Elva Lamb 150 C Pearl Cross 4 150 C Iona Roby 125 E Chauncy Fahey 1251 L John Shordon .- 100 G Gladys Toothman 100 j J Cleo Wills 100 B Harry Gray 100 Alice Jenks 100 U District No. 3. Forest Springer .' . .10095 Mable Merrlfleld 4725 Fl Phillip Tatterson 4250 Gertrude Criss 1,135 , Odra Stealey ....1,025|B< Ira Reese - 230 [ Fl EXTRA SPECIAL V0TE8. W CLASS No. 1. Mort Popular Postofflce, Telephone or jj City Employe. g Mabel Merrlfleld 9790 E Ralph Doollttle 4560 M J. P. GrlmeB ....3605 Ji Raymond Haller 1085 j, Rufus Lytton 680 m Fred Fleming 665 ? Tony CIrmo 640 Sallie Newell 630 A. J. Kern -570 A L. B. Dudley 500 Daisy Flowers 620 Jesse Dent 475 Kip Fleming 470 Frank Fisher 465 E. B. Harden 305 Je?e Holland ......... 300 Nellie Holland ...' 300 J. S. Scott 840 Chlet Shumaker 234 Cbas. Robinson 205 Charley Malot 200 . Lee Parker 160 Harry Snider 110 C. W. Walker 118 CLA8S No. Z Most Popular Saleslady, Salesman, , Professional Man or Woman. Cora Wheeler '....5105 Frank Crawford ..." 6145 Georgle Ice ....3445 Icle Jackson 2065 Luretta Stewart - 3,105 Icle Jackson 1.255 Otto Hood 1080 Mary Conaway ...1775 Howard Long 825 Lina Linn 640 _ 5Fairmor - Pnnv VOTES | - ~ For District No. Address NOT QOOP AFTEff MONDAY,' AU01 This coupon, when properly filled c Contest Manager of the Fairmont Wet Voths In Pony Contest and for District one candidate in each ot the five class MIMETIC' CLASS N lulllCKtf The Most Popular Mir on Di ore ? 4ule Vincent > i.i 3Wr9i Aura Robinson 185 7 Hrb? 100 ' iiale H^unsaker.7"100 ' .!? Thorn 12050 . obi; Hartley 0920 ay Amett V...........V;89861 .rile Sattrteld ' 3360 1 V. R. Riggs 2035 ; race Jamison 1425 Iva Hall ....1180 Ho,.Hartley 030 laity Clark .................... 780 oeUit71f lharley Bunner 545 irrille Nay 460 [Ike Morris . 0. Whorley .: ;. 885 at. Summers 375 Pi N. Fisher ........... 380; IA. Lang ......... > 240 llayton Coleman ' 165 oba Conaway .130 CLASS No. 4. lost Popular Lodge, Church or Soclety Member. ail Kern .....5465 [allle Morrow ..8425 Ilia oJn^s 4015. ililan Reed V;'... .^.....4786 Irdle Bobrd .....3285] ocls Gethlng 625 .Ins Parker 2760 lae Cronln "?,.2100 bblman Satterfleld - 2020 ] im,- Lytton 1055, . E. McMillan 860 Immett Mockler 735 [able Merrlfleld 086 A. Hess .....i. 495 . t| Martin 360 edl Miller 270 , P. Willy 205 arnest Sherwood '..... 200 oulse Nichols 130 oldie Conklln . HOA, Lang: 110 liby'Floyd , 100 CLASS NO. S. Mt Popular Teacher, Stenographer, Bookkeeper, Bank or Office Employe. lomnce Jack . .11360 lrt Faust 6370 ill Wllderman 4676 ota Lloyd 2806 '.A. Crowl 1656 : llth Bates 1390 ra Brand 1170 aul Snod grass 615 ube Randall 510 ina Black 505 . B. Bishop 470 . E. Bishop 350 J. Humphreys 330 .E. Hale V.Viv 295 OUR 80DA WILL <-.1 COOL YOU OFF I "euro as shootin'l" It's drawn from id air tight fountain through porcelain lined lubes surrounded (by Ice. AS "to navora?.iuuul ttuj muu you're likely to ask for. Same && mineral waters, etc., etc. Ice cream with the syrup sodaa If you want to prolong the coolness. SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY 8HINN A ROSS, Props." rhs Prescription Store, Both "Phones. it West Virginian Contest ' _ Sal Rai J8T 18. iot and brought or mulled to the ? t Virginian will count for " S - I Prises as well aa for 5 votes for 01 In the "extraspecial" offer. " j p" Jlenn Tnii'llnniM*" ?50 . \V. Satterfleld UM W S. Reppert 1125 lYm. Boord 1125 Ian q nfhhr.*. ' ' ' ' ^ I 1^ TatlSSht nitMportI "iSSSKffSIo-'tB Pottofflee, Telephone or City I ealady, Salesman, Professional Man I or Woman. * '.'. , _-.ij--.fi:;- *i8K Factory Employe. I e, Church of Society Member.;"; .e'c a.t ' 5