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J -You'll need fliese advertised articles and here is
an opportunity,^to gave money on them. The savings
r-r'jr. ?--r. ? . J- ' *? ,?? ? ' - ?
are worth while. - J
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Men's $1.39 orie-biifiklc Arctics.:98c
Mftft's $3.00 four-bockle Arctics $1.98
Boys' 39 one-buckle Arctics . .)9Ec
-. Men's 69c Rubbers . . 48c
Ladies' 65c Rubbers .42c
-.Men's $3.50 ?him Boots ? .$2.49
riMifeses' 49c Rubbers 35c
r^Bqys' 69c Rubbers : 47c
Men's $3.00 RainCoats- $1.69
Men's $6.00 Rain Coats ...............' v.... .$3.95
Ladies' $3.00 Rain Coats \ V. $1.?9
Ladies'$6.00 Rain Coats .- $3.95
Boys' and Girls' $3.00 Rain C&ats .$1.49
fP w "THE BUSY STORE " ^
355^)57-359 WEST MAIN ST, CLARKSBURG.W.VA
PRECIOUS
P|?|r Stone Jewelery
mMThe most remarkable .exhibition
of Jewels set with'pnecious stones
JP7' this state has ever seen,
m LA VAL'LIERES
J CLUSTER RINGS
r NECKLACES
BARETTES
Set with diamonds, pearls, rubtes
and other precious and semi
precious stones." A
HAISCHER'J, v. heeling, W. Va M
J we^r, MIVoiir.itts ?i< pp<it?i?
^Wheeling,'W. V
1223 MARKET ST.
Now showing a complete line
of toys and Holiday
Goods
Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats going at
very low prices.
Men's $10.00 Suits at $7.50
Men's $10.00 Overcoats at $7.50
Boys' $5.00 and $6.00 Suits at $3.50
Boys' $7.00 and $8.00 Overcoats at $4.95
700 pairs of those $2.50 and $3.00 .Men's Pants,
still going at $1.50
S. Schneider & Co.
222 West Pike St
Opposite P. O.
-i ? '
For Highways is Condemned by
Vice President of the Na
tional Organization.
WABHINOTOS-, Die. 8.?The IdeJ
of national highways, bulttarvd main
tained entirely by the government. has
n? staunthw.advocaite .than jljidge J.
M. Lowe, of Kansas City. - Judg* T<rwe:
who Is vice president of the -Nation*! |
Highway Assotfattan.-alnd president of
the National Old-Trails Road Assoc!a-'
Von.t&e .M*??-1-*' ? - ?? ?
partment. of the jfiitloinai Highways As
sociation does wot beWe-ve that go<*d re
mitts, can be etreotedliTrwljat la known
As "federal aW" or "JUttlonM old":
least of ell.by ihatloran of.aid .which .
proposes that the govermneijt -appro
priations should be spent not an msin
roads but on roadB radiating a-om rail-1
road'statlons. -
In an open leter to iOorv?n>cr-MaJo?
of Missouri, Judge Ijowe say*: J
"If fifty million dollars were appro
priated annually?it' would average
about one rollMon to each suite if dis
tributed equady.
"If Missouri should get one million'
dollars and shooM distribute It equal-p
ly to every county 'throughout the
state, rhe could build but tour-fltths.
of a anile of hard surfaced road in
each county. I
"'But there are those In Congress
(1 don't think th??.ai<e rtobe found
elsewhere), who seem to have a
vague notion that the thing to do da to'
"make the railroad <Jepot-the hub and1
radiate from that point to: reach the'
farmer's produca'ii-toutJaVs we how^
that -would work.
"I iu. great 'many . -.
several llne^ofaatiroa4I
_ ? ?^Ty.ww?wv?W' > UUPASSHSSlr |
elide whk-h'-flne^fo prefer? -TT. jairllncs
: ;-Takc M lnoiw^-for
ha4 an ayerageSp&say, iisLdejjo&.lu
each county, li'easFi pojrf??ijfo?>i_Bulia.
only f<.ur-r.?th9 oCs.' TnHs uut of each
fifty million doltar-jkBpro'iiriaUon then
??kin depot would get >fw<ftw?nty-flftlha,
of a mile annually,'it appropriations!
were kept up.
"At that late it would take twelve
and one-hair years to get one mile of
road out from each depot.
"The average haul - In Sllesourl is
nine miles, so It would take tia years
to build one road ont frpm each depot
to meet the re(iuire??ent? of an aver
age haul, and .to. ?radiate" In onJy
four directions -would "take -(48 -years
If an appropriation of 30 -million dol
iwVTB were madelannuallyi.
"What Is the ^reasonable-thing to do?
"And .how are we'to get roads'?
"If 50 million dollars la appropriat
ed annually Cor-;only six yeora and ap
plied to a-jsyatemT'of National 'High
ways It -will build thirty thousand
mllee at an. average cost of. $111,000
per mile. 1 believe - that -thia is' a
reasonable estlmale for a ffirsrt-clase
road.
? "This system could be made to fur
nish an average of"iwo trunk lines
otross each state and aofofce the con
tinent, and all connected with the na
tional capital.
.. < m ' is. _ - j
Turkey- ?win- soon open schools to |
teach its women useful trades and
irts. .
/or Bright Eyes ;
and Clear Nose
Remarkable Catarrh Cure
That Gets Right into the
Affected Parts and
Stops Gatherings.
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8. 8. 8. U ft Wonder for the Eyes, Noac
and Throat
r It Is definitely known, that catarrh can
be ttired by the simple process of Inocu
lating the blood with antidotal remedies
that stop inflammatory conditions, through
out the mncous linings of nil the organs
Df the. body. This Is done with the famous
Swiff* Sure Specific, or as It Is widely
known. S. 8. S. It Is taken into the blood
lust as naturally as the moat nourishing
food. . It spreads Its influence, over every
organ in the body, through -all the reins
ind arteries, and enables all mncous sur
faces to exchange inflammatory adds and
other .irritating substances fpr arterial ele
ments that effectually cleanse the system
and thus put an end to all catarrhal pollu
tion. S. S. 8. cleans* out the stomach of
nutous accumulations, enables only pure,
olood-maklng materials to enter, the Intes
tines, combines with these food elements to
;nter the circulation, -and In less than an
lour Is at work throughout the body in
:he process of purification.
You will soon realise- Its wonderful In
fluence by the absence of headache and
iteadlly Improved nasal condition.
For spealal" advice on*-nuy bfood disease
vrlte to the Swift Specific Co.. 223 Swift
Rldg.. Atlanta. Gs. Do-not delay to get
i bottle of 8. S. 8. from your druggist.
Always Insist that you want S. 8. 8.
tnd nothing else. Beware of all attempts
;o sell yon a substitute. ?
. , ???
Yonk- Makes Notabe
Garments For Men
Mr. Tonke gives his per
sonal attention to the makln
of every "garment turned out
In his shop, supervises the
cutting, designing and tail
oring, and will not permit a
suit to leave until It Is per
fect In every detail. This
personal service assures
every patron of his Shop per
manently satisfactory gar
ments.
A full line of the newest
shades and weaves, in both
foreign and domestic woolena
Is here to choose from.
Wm. F. Yonke
EXclusiOe Tailor
inous CoaLiBatherNThan
Hard Coal.
CHARLESTON, 1%. 8.?People in
the coalbuslnesiln Vfest Virginia are
waking up to theFfact that bituminous
coal baa -superseded antbracKe in tb*
manufacture of pig Iron.
The use of anthracite as a fuel In
blast furnaces became general In 1848
and by 1854 nearly half the pig Iron
production was wade *101 anthracite.
The next year the amount of anthra
cite Iron exceeded the make of char
coal Iron; but In the same year 55,000
tons of bituminous iron were made out
of a total production of a little over
700,000 tons.
More than a million tons of Iron
were made with anthracite ooal in 1872
but the largest amount in any year
was in 1890, when'the total reached
2,1 Mi411 toil*; but .by 1908 the pro
duction of anthracite iron had dropped
to 355,000 tons and last year !t amount
ed to only 247,179 tons.
But all this time the amount of bi
tuminous iron has been on the In
crease. In 1854 it was 48.647 tons. It
passed charcoal In'.1869 and anthracite
iron in 1875. Last year the produc
tion of anthracite Iron, as already
stated, was 246,179"tons; of charcoal
Iran. 347,025 tons, and of bituminous
Iron. 29.138.733 -tons. The amount of
anthracite used last year for pig iron
manufacture was 73.794 tons while
35,491,401 tons of bituminous were
use*- * ? "SdfllM
Last Week Priase Winners. ?'
AfFbowlers on the Gore alleys are
entitled -to-a-"ten cent cigar when
thev roll 140 or better. tAt the pres.
ent time the local bowlers are.,going
better" than ever In thei history ot
tae a'levB, as the .scores below wtu
show. The following local bowlere
wou cigars last .weeki.
iWilliam Ash 'ISO, 1140, 153, la4.
158, 201. 'HO, '197, 143. HO, 162,
M0, 164, aAa.-l'W, T75, 1167.
r ,W. W- Ours* 14 6; 157, 14'1, 'loO,
^Louls Deem', 140, "'i'5'4, 143, 141,
14rt'porga.Sfw^tt 14$, 'HS'S, ,154, 141,
^Charles 15T. 1'4I1, 1'57, 141.
Lee (Johnson 14<5, 141, 156.
T. W Williams Mi4 8, 145.
Bert Cain '140,143.
George W. Pool 1'69, John Price
157 Marry Davjseon 11542-. (W. T. B
Clemm n'57, F. A. Dra*e N(>an
Asb 145. P. C. 'Wlllkms 14St, (Harry
Brooks '146, flooth 150, White 153,
Forest 15'1 and Ward 140.
STflUGK BY T
Canvey Taylor is Seriously In
jured a$ Result of Being
Struck by Train.
Canvey T(iyJ6r, 1& year old, son of
Mr. and MrtVakmes Taylor,, of Tun
nelton. lies ln_a Grafton hospital in
a serious condition as a result of hav
ing been struck by train No. 55 at
Austin about 5 o'clock Saturday after
noon.
The young man Is suffering from in
ternal injuries and he was badly
bruised about the head and body.
Taylor, in company with three other
young men, was standing near the
tracks talking. The approach of the
passenger train, was not noted by any
of the young men as the noise of the
engine was drowned by a freight,
which was passing at the time. Jus',
as the passenger train was nearlng
the young men, Taylor stepped back
ward unto the track and a moment
later was struck by the train.
Baltimore and Ohio railroad physl
tian W. O- Curry was a passenger or.
the train and he took charge of Taylor
ind rushed him to Grafton, where he
placed him in a hospital.
LOCrtgjMTEO
In a One Sided Game Played
at Fairmont Saturday
Night.
The Biilikens basketball team was
lefeated by the Smaller Junior team
Df the Fairmont Young Men's Chris
Jon Association at 'Fairmont Saturday
night in a fast but onesided game by
a. score of 47 to 12.
The Fairmont boys, although small
er than the local team, showed su
perior team work and scored on the
locals at will. The local team showed
lack of practice and were lost on the
large floor. Line-up:
Smaller Juniors Clarksburg
W. Hamilton Wagner
Guard.
Wilson
Guard.
Knight Reed
Center.
Hutchinson Denham
Forward.
H. Hamilton Tailor
Forward.
Field goals?Hamilton 10, Hutchin
son 6, Knight 6. Wilson 2, Tailor 2.
Denham 1, Reed 1. Fouls. H. Hamil
ton 4. Knight 1, Binns 1, Tailor 2. Gar
rett 2. Substitutes?Binns for Hutch
inson. Referee-Webber. Timekeep
er?Rapp. Time of halves?twenty
minutes.
The twenty-ninth child was recently
born 'in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jolm Koetruck of Stephens Point, Wis.
AJ1 the children are alive and In good
health. ?
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YOU HAD A
V? r-v *.;
NECK
M LOMMTNH
. PCLLOW AND HAG
SORE
THROAT
Mm
JONSIUNE
WOULD QUICKLY
RBLIIVI IT.
VSSSS^A '
small bottle otToiMitiaft U*U logger than moatwar.
cm or Sore Thr^H. TOMSILINK raUeves tor*
Mouth and Hoananaaa and ? prevent* Quinsy.
25c. and SOc ftatfta? S!xa $1.00. All Dran**.
TWK TOWtUldl COW ANY, . ? C???, OMa. '
: STOMACH UPSET?
CHICHESTER SPiUS
\J> ,?. THE BIAMOKD EHANU. A
mils in Red and Uold nmllfcV
t?3?e?. seated villi Blue Ribbon.1
?
IMAHo.Nlt CRAND 1MLL-S for SA
yews known ? Bctt, Safest, Always Reliable
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Get At the Real Cause?Take
Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach suf
ferers are doing: now. Instead of taking
tonics, or trying to patch np a poor diges
tion. they are attacking the real cause of
the ailment?clogged liver and disordered
bowels.
Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets arouse the
liver in a southing, healing way. when the
liver and bowels are performing their
natural functions, away goes indigestion
and stomach-troublcs.
If you have a bad taste In your month,
tongue coated, appetite poor.lasy.dont-caro
feeling, no ambition or energy, troubled
with undigested food.you should take Olive
Table* the substitute for calomel.
- j>r. Edward's Oliva Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil.
Ydfl will know them by their, olive color.
They do the work without griping, cramps
or pain. -
Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief, so you can eat what you like. At 10c
and 25c per bo*. The Olive Tablet Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio.
ALL WKUCGIST8.
I Make . arrangements
now and. avoid any in
conveniences later in the
rush of shoppers.' *
Mail orders attended
to promptly.
OFFICE OPES
OFFICE OPEN" tfVENLVflS UX
til cnmsr.M.^v| \
Citizens Loan Co.
*rd Floor. Empire Bid*.
Room 316. Qlarksburg.
bSu Tjono III.
LOOK US UP.
OUTFIT
The First
%|| Winter Overcoat
After that its time fa)4w^oi^ty^e and
tailoring and designs. And4$s SO easy to
have a coat which wifl not 01^3!'- keejp you
snug and warm in the bitter"weather, but
also be the cqat of a gentleman iii every de
tail. MILLERENS' are made from the fin
est woolens procurable. JThey iflmply wrap
you in warmth.
iaid as for.jappeanuvee.and;<jfl0b^-well,
they are made u-itlr infinity care.
Suppose you try on one. r - "*? -
See our Holiday line.
Give your wife a. Suit made by S; NEWMAN.
She will appreciate it more than anything else. We
have in stock a fine selection of materials. ' All these
Suits will behold-atTa great reduction,"" Come up and
make your selection. i~:k .
S. NEWMAN
Ladies Tailor
FOE STYLE, FIT, QUALITY,
FIFTH FLOOR. EMPIRE BLDG.
i ' " Immtrnrnmrnimmmm
THE ETERNAL
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MONEY?where, to get money in whicn to pay
those pressing debts and bills. If you hay.e billf due, )
which are troubling you, call and sec us. -We will
loan you enough to settle them and you can repiiy iu j
amounts to suit yourself. If unable to c^^'rite or
'phone and we will call at your home and explain in f
detail. ;
HOME LOAN CO.
BOTH PHONES 643 EMPIEE BLDG.
OPEN SATUBDAY EVENING TILL.9 O'CLOCK.
' ? / " -? ?i.i!
Without Work Or Delay
Any Time Night or Day ^
Hot Water and Plenty of it. Ruud No. 3
If you want hot water to shave, or to bathe, or to wash, you want it then and
there! .The RUUD Heater does that very thing every time you turn a faucet?no
delay, no failure?hot water a plenty.
By a "lucky strike" we have just come into control of 20 of these Heaters?
houglit some time ago at a price nearly $40 less than they can be bought today. We
don't need these Heaters for our watch chain?we bought them to sell to folks who
want the best, and at a price unprecedentedly low.
? .
r DURING- DECEMBER ONLY
To make business ".hum," and to get your attention to our work, we will fur
nish this splendid RUUD Heater for only $65.00. Or, if you wish us to install the
same in your home, complete and ready for flow of hot water, the price will be only
$75.00. But the number is limited, no more can be obtained at this price. Come at
once and get yours. ;
THE A. J. SIMMONS PlllMBMG COMPANY
609 W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W. Va.

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