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Mr. Si vd' MuBgmve. of Hagans, Mocounty,
Is a visitor In the
ICiit Price Sale
Continues
I We have added to this sale
I Patent and plain leathers,
I lace and button, light and
1 heavjysolM. These wehave
| plaeed in two lota and priI
ced them as follows, Shoes.
np||jrar $2.25, $2.50
sold for $8.50
I I It ^jjl pay you to buy a '
J pair of these, and lay them
1 guide for Fall and Winter
:gan Tuesda
OW IS YO
ose out my entire st
es, Jewelry
tend to quit the jew
ck, piece of jewelry
'orth, now is your c
not live in town
re at, a big discount
Remember,
Will N<
HOWARD
JEWELER
WATER STREET
I PERSONAL !
I
Mr. and Mrs. James Coogle and
daughter Katharyn have returned from
KIngwood and other points, in Allegheny.
Miss Hortense Stout, of Bridgeport,
is the guest of Miss Frances Chesney
In the First ward.
Miss Ethel Moran and brother, Paul,
have returned from a visit with relai
tlves In Monongalia county.
Mrs. Charles Wlgglnton and daugh|
ler. Miss Rella, have returned from a
visit with relatives at Barnesvllle, j
Ohio.
Mrs. L. \V. Kelley and daughter,
Miss Ruth, have returned from a visit
with friends at Salem and West Union.
Miss Grace Kelley, who Is 111 In a
Denver, Colorado, hospital, Is recovering
and will be moved as soon as
possible to the home of her auut, Airs.
SRverton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Nuzum, of
Clarksburg, and the tatter's sister,
Mrs. Browning and son, of Belpre,
Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
rf. C. Sample, on Fairmont avenue.
L. P. Carr Is down from his sum?
V >? n T 4V-r?
Ill IT 0 (J lilt? ill mi. iwaftc jraia. iui wiw
day.
Squire J. I. Swindler, of the First
ward, who had been attending the M.
P. conference at Elkina for several
days, has returned home and resumed
work In his office.
Mrs. Humphrey, mother of Prof. T.
J. .Humphrey, is very ill at her home I
in Fetterman,
Mrs, G. D. Curry Is very ill at her
home on Quincy street.
JOHN ROBINSON'S
; ELEPHANTS ARE HERE
(Continued from Page One.)
cal conditions.
The Street Parade.
"rtie street parade reached the business
section of the city about 11: IS
and the line of march was down Fairmont
avenue, down Barney to Jackson,
np Jackson to Madison, down
Madison to Main and then back to the
show grounds. The parade was witleased
8y thousands of people and was
praised all along the line. The music
was furnished by several good bands
and the wagons, battle ships, horsemen
and horsewomen, etc., made a
fine appearance. A novelty -was a
tpinature wildweet which showed up
well on the street and which was In- 5
trod weed in the performance thlB nf- "
ternoon In plaoo of the time worn ,
feature of hippodrome races. The Innovation
was a very welcome one. The
main fault with the usual wlldweet
show Is tlrnt tt grows tiresome and
John Robinson has Just enough wild
weet features to tie Interesting and
not enough to tire the show-goer who
ma been seeing one or two circus each
sasoo tor the last two or three decades.
The performance this afternoon woe
roted very good and the attendance
was very targe. The show also had
good traetneee at Morgan town yasterlay
and a large attendanoe ta expected
y Morning, .
UR CHANC
nrlr nf
and Optical
elry business. If y
or a pair of glasses
hance. This is a g
to get their pick of i
from the regular pr
These Bargi
>t Last Long
H. HEDGES
OPTICIAN
FAIRMONT, WEST VI
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4. MONTANA MINES. 4.
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MONTANA MINES, Aug. 27.-Mr.
Mack Malone, of Beechwood, spent
Sunday with Mr. Mel. Malone.
R. A. Brown, of Clarksburg, was
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kinney yesterday.
The ball team here played the Monongah
Glass Works team at this place
yesterday, and as usual the home boys
crrled off the vlotory. A couple of
our old reliables, Satterfleld and Harris
did the battery work
while Higglnbothnm and Scott started :
to do the work for the glass works.
Our boys soon pounded HIgglnhotham
out of the box anil also stung the ball
right on the nose and drove the next ,
pitcher to the tall timbers. They then ,
eased up and let the next glass works .
pitcher finish the game. "Pick" Swish- ,
er led In batting, though Dave Setter- t
flal.l nruhl/ail nut o lnno tnrA Irorrtrnp
?V?U n uvnvu vuv u iuug mw uufiftvi , j
when the bases wore filled. After the ,
smoke of the battle had cleared away
the final count of the tallies stood?
Accurate
Repairing;
When you place your vr
repaired or cleaned, you ca
us turning out "a good Jot
Possessing rare tools ai
certain hinds of delicate v
produce more than ordinar
Bo if you want a "job"
ter entrust it to us.
YOUR WATCH CLEAI
W.A.F
Jeweler and
232 Main St. Of
FRANCIS E
Firs lilt
HAi
MO\
August 27
se ;iS?P
Goods
ou want to eret a I
3 for 1-2 or 13 I
ood chance for
any goods in our
ices.
ains
?
Montana, 14; Monongah Glass Works,
4. Come bacq and try your hand again.
Class Works.
Dr. Dent took In the excursion to
Pittsburg yesterday.
Sirs. T. B. Hlldebrand and children,
who have been visiting Mr. Sibert
Hlldebrand, returned to their home at
Fairmont yesterday,
Slessrs. Edward Holmes and Rufus
Brown, of Fairmont, spent Sunday
with Sir. and Mrs. J. M. Holmes. '
. bliss Willa Vangilder, of Fairmont,
spent Sunday with friends at Viola. '
Jack- Davis was calling at F. L.
Barnes' yesterday.
Mr. E. A. Doll has returned from a
visit to friends and relatives at Pennsboro,
Ritchie county.
Barnsville Police Court.
There was quite an interesting session
of police court at Barnsville last
evening between B. G. Floyd, plaintiff,
ind D. 0. Robinson, defendant, for
Hsorderly conduct. In the absence of
:he mayor, Willis 'Wilson, recorder,
presided. Robinson was given the
isaal fine and dismissed.
Subscribe for the West Virginian.
atcb in our hands to be
in ALWAYS depend on 1
;
id unusual facilities for ]
rork, we are enabled to <
y satisfactory results. 1
well done, you bad bet*
*ED AND OILED, $1
mil i
1 Optician,
>p. Court House |
. NICHOLS
jrwriter
/ED
oma
machines we have seen iff" known a
the Invincible Electric Renovate
which has Just been perfected and ic
stalled by the American Laundry Com
panjr of this city.
There Is no question but wMt thi
machine will ? revolutionize houm
cleaning in all its details, being basei
on the vacutn. system of cleralni
whfch Is recognized as the most per
feet system q( renovating known.
This little machine, out very mus
larger than the ordinary carpet sweep
er, Is propelled by a powerful, bill
very small .electric motor, attached tc
a brush whlcli revolves with great rap
Idlty, making 3,300 revolutions pet
minute, tlfe brush being adjustable
to suit the carpet being cleaned. The
brush finds every particle of dust
which is drawn Into the renovator by
a double'fan which Is connected direct
to the motor and which produces
a powerful volume of air.
The renovator is equipped with
three attachments, one for floor coverings,
one for cushions, upholstered
furniture, mattresses, etc., and one
for walls, pictures, curtains, etc.
In operating, the machine is simply
attached to the chandelier ,or any
point where you use nn electric lamp.
Several demonstrations were made
In the city the past week and valuable
rugs, which looked perfectly clean
and fresh, were renovated with the
result that an enormous amount of
moth-breeding dust. was. removed.
The old system of beating the .life
out of rugs and the dreaded housecleaning
season Is surety past ns the
parties using this machine will bring
It to your residence and you need not
remove either rugs or furniture ol any
kind.
As you will see by their , ad. elsewhere
in this Issue, the laundry people
invite all .the house-keepers In
Fairmont to see the machine work and
they will be very glad to demonstrate
in your own home and prove the merits
of the machine.
SPECiyOLICE
FORCE INCREASED TO-DAY ON ACCOUNT
OF THE BIG CROWD
FOR THE CIRCUS.
E. H. Ford, J. J. Lee and B. Layman,
were appointed special policemen
to assist the regular force to-day.
Charles Kuneskl and Joe Brendle
were the names of the men that got Into
a light at Friedman's saloon yesterday
afternoon. The men were drinking
and became engaged in a quarrel.
Kuneskl became enraged and flashed a
knife, striking Brendle in the back of
the head. Brendle grabbed a glass and
hit Kuneskl on the jaw making an ugly
gash. Kuneskl had his jaw bandaged,
the other mnn did not wear any. Kuneskl
was fined JIG, Brendle, was Sued
$14.
'A man giving his name as* William
Rennedy was fined six dollars for be
lng drunk. ,
UNANIMOUS GALL
QUARTERLY CONFERENCE A8KS
FOR REV. 8MITH'S RETURN AS'
PA8TOR OF M. E. CHURCH.
The full Quarterly Conference ot the
First M. E. Church at a meeting last
light extended a unanimous call for
;he return of Rev. G. D. Smith as pastor.
Rev. Smith has been pastor of
the First M. E. Church for five years
and this call-for his return Is a high
lompliment to him and shows the
ligh cjsteem In which he Is held by Us
songregatlon. Rev. and Mrs. Smith j
lave many warm friends in this city..
West Virginian want ads pay. Try
>ne and see.
Subscribe for the West Virginias, |
Fairmo
votes Pony
For
District No.
Address
NOT GOOD AFTER FF
Tills coupon when properly ABed
Contest Unnuer ot the Fairmont W<
Totea in Pony Contest and tor Dlstrl
one candidate In each ot the Are da
i "?ISCiP"ne taani.'
, AtA Glorious Start"
* L- ' : _!
Illustrated Song
JUST ONE WORD OF CONSOLATION.
By Charles Ingram.
Admission 5c
Judge and Mr. Linn Brannon, who
had been tbe guests of Mrs. Hugh
. Smith, left yesterday for their home,
Mrs. Jacob Hayden and granddaugli
ter, Gazelle Smith, leave to-morrow for
i ML Lake Park to visit relatives.
I Tr===============
! Pony Contest Vote
VOTE TO-DAY.
District No. 1.
[Paul M. Hawkins 275,980
| Freddy Eddy 286,630
! Art Kern 228,900
Ruth Posten 205,220
1 Maude Hartley 31,384
Grace Jamison 12,200
Georgia Hunsaker 11,500
Mae Cronln 8,430
Thelma Satterfleld t 7135
Zella Kerns 5,540
Sterling R. Riggs 4,450
Carrie Barr 0575
Hasel Griffith 4290
Dorsey Abbott 3,530
Grace Jones 2845
Blanch Linn 2830
Daniel Cook 1850
Nettle Groves '. 1.240
Morris 3aunders 11S5
Frances Ward 1105
Charles Wilson 850
Roy J. Wise '. 835
Rufus Lytton 775;
Leonard Deegan 625
District No. 2.
Frances A. Slater 24.430
Mildred Parsons 17,340
Claudia McNeely 10,775;
Danna Morris 7051
Gladys Toothman 700;
jJamie Joliiffe C3h|
.Ethel Roegrson C90
| Daisy Flowers C00
Iona Roby.. 5C0l
Alice Jenks 550
Martha Stewart 510
District No. 3.
Forest Springer .....' 4C.9S5
Philip Tattefson ?19,405
Mabel Merrlfleld .44,270
Gertrude Crlss 1,795
Odra Stealer ? ....1,015
8TOP A8 YOU PA88
and try a glass of our delicious
soda water. Nothing looks so ,
tempting or justifies the antlclpa-'
tion at a cold, sparkling, palate
tickling and thirst killing drink as {
* glass of our eoda water with pure i
fruit'juice flavorings or tee cream.
SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY
8HINN A ROSS, Prope.
r ' '
Both 'Phones. 1
I
nt West Virginian
' Contest
9a
r* 11
R?
IIDAY, AUGUST 30TH.
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oat and brought or mailed to ths
sat Virginian will oouat lor 6 p
et Prizes u well as for 5 votes for
sses in the "sotra ipecUT otter. ^
5 55te ?
Jewe Dent. 1.(58
Frank Fldh'ep U!Sj|
tfinv Plmn
Most Popular Saleslady, Saleimin,
Professional Man or Womaru ^
Frank Crawford
Luretta Stewart
Victoria Bennett
Most Popular Railroad, Traction, Olies M
House, or Factory Employe,
Most Popular Lodge, Chureh or 80.
Birdie Boord .....
Thelman Satterfleld
Most Popular Teacher, Stenograplitr,
Bookkeeper, BankVor'0^^
Bell WUderm&n ...84;Mm
Maud. 8nodgrass 4, (0
Agnes Barthotow 4, 10
BdltH Bates 2 15
Bube Haadatl 510
Tha Most Popular Miner or Mine Em
Cornetlna Hantaan 20,850
Poatoffie* Telaphont jpr city
> ? < ? ? 5 Vot^s.
6 Votfl8?
llroad; Traction, Qlan Houaa, or
5 VO'PB. |

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