* $40 a
* . Wjl vKr
I ihe ut
With prices of pra
trolas, any style, still r
can not be expected tc
We will hold it un1
out missing the money
And we do not rec
Our liberal terms are
I GRASP YOUR OPPC
I I I "IfW
? The Hon
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Eloping Couple from Nicholas n
County Married in Local I
Police Station. ? s
Sandbagged, kicked around like a t
hound dog, trampled over a la Belgium
and finally grabbed by the nape ii
of the neck and held under water b
for hours, Daniel Cupid, Esq., came
to the surface Saturday afternoon, t
smiling and victorious. n
After being held in the local city t
Jail two days and nights, after, they r
had been arrested while enroute to p
Oakland, Md? to wed, William Ham- h
| MIOLK, ORE'AM and I v
1 FENR BUTTER | \
Bj | CHICAGO DAIRY | J
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I | Auto Livery |'
I I EITHER PHONE I
II 819 |
^ Buys one of the 'best six'
room houses/ 5 minutes'
I walk from postofiSec, finished
B mi+li non+TO ond
J 11 I frllv \utii \jaciij ux j u.jjlu
lot on E. Poplar ^street, five
minutes walk from Third
I Real Estate Broker
Not Yet Adv
.ctically everything goi
emain at the old prices
) continue very long.
til you are ready and yc
, our easy payment pi a
15 to $25
luire you to buy any se
avfonrlor! nnf anxr
e Advertise It, We Ha^
erything- For The Horn
londs and Andrew Mills, of Woo(
ine, Nicholas county, were marrie
t police headquarters at 5 o'cloc
aturday afternoon by the Rev. P. ^
laber. pastor of the, Central Chris
It was the old, old story of th
ate father's opposition melting aws
efore the tears of the young girl.
William Hammonds, of Woodbin
he irate father, whose telephor
lessage to the local police resulted i
lit: UiiCBl Ui tilts viupiug uuu^ic, a
ived in the city Saturday afternooi
repared to take his daughter bac
lome. In his pocket he carried
elony warrant for Mills. Tt
harge was kidnapping.
But the father had not.reckonc
nth the pleading powers of tt
ouple. The little girl?she Is: ju
4-?told her father time after tin
f her love for Mills, who is 2
'erhape Mr. Hammonds recalled tt
lays of his- youth; -it was evident th;
omething touched his heart string
3efore the pleas of his daughter, h
>pposition to the wedding slow
;rew. milder and milder. At last 1
The happy young couple quick
lent out for a preacher, and the Re
dr. Baber was the first one loca.te
le came to the police station,* and ;
he courtroom, with officers as wi
JU JL k7 JL V7IX ^
Time now to bake those Fruit
Cakes. Wo have just received
LEMON PEEL ?Kb !
FIGS > &iii
NET MEATS , 1 ':
# . w
M. B. Bobbins
Sweeclisli Massage with
. Violet Ray
132 S. Second Street.
V $75 j
-1\ $100 i
ifcl $150 '
?? $200 I
a need 1
ng up genuine Vic- <;
>, but this condition I:
>u can pay for it withn
'tends to that.
t amount of records?
m-?T7rr-vTrr* TO /-1/-\/-\r-\ 11
UJCVCjJL'J.X \axKJKJU. v
re It." f.
>hing Co. \
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nesses, the minister said the words *
that united the couple. F
The young couple eloped from
r the home of the girl in Nicholas
county Thursday afternoon, and
were arrested here that night after
" the father had telephoned to the lo- \
j_ cal police, asking that they be stop- "V
*e Are to Hold Annual State Meet- 0
r- ings in the City of Hunts'
ington This Week. s
LS HUNTINGTON, Nov. 11.?Five J
hundred Masons, from all sections of
id West Virginia, are expected in Hunt- |
te ingtori next week to attend the fortyst
sixth convocation of the West Virginia
le Grand Chapter/Royal Arch Masons, 3
5. which begins Monday, and the West c
Virginia grand lodge of Masons, c
at which begins Wednesday,
s. All sessions will be held in the Mais
sonic temple at Third avenue and
iy Eleventh street, and the convention i
ie will be held Monday, Tuesday, Wed- c
nesday' and ' Thursday,
iy Special'preparation has been made 1
J- for the entertainment of the-visitors g
? and each diSy the ladies of the Eastern
L?- Star will serve luncheon at the tem- t
pie. A theater party, will mark the
= third^day of the Royal'Arch Masons' I
One of the most interesting phases J
of the Royal: Arch Masons; convocation,
at least to Huntihgtonians, is th?
; fact that, in. the logical sequence of
official advancement. W.'K. Cowden, I
well known attorney and prominent '
Mason of Huntington, will be elevated
to the highest state office) that of ?
grand high priest. (
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SCOTT MAKES VISIT.
J. M. Scott, of Grafton, division superintendent
of 'the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad. visited thai'o.itv T.S!atnTdav af
Iternoon officially. He inspected the ;
yards here and went over = a.proposition,
or the-Glen Elk Lumber Company
for an. additional sidetrack at the West
End-station. . '
~ ^ TO LEAVE THUBSDAT.
George L. Anderson; who ; recently
resigned as-' deputy county - clerk, was
here Saturday evening i?rom Wyatt
whither "he "and 'his^famfly went- a few
days: ago. Mr. Anderson; and family,
are preparing to leave' Thursday, morn|
ing.on No. .3'for Grand-Timction, Colo.,
1 where they -.will' remain, some 1 time for
I the benefit of his health.
M MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Marriage'licenses have been issued
3? W. VA.. SUNDAY, Sf<F
Vletzger's Team INIa Match for n
Glen Warner's Speedy
%? ? IV* w?
( * AltOCIATKO fHKial
* PITTSBURG, Nov. 11.?The UuivorUy
of Pittsburg: football team outlayed
"Washington and Jefferson Colts
ge hero today and won by a score of
7 to .0. Pitt scored n touchdown
hortly after the opening kickofT when
ierron. blocking a punt, fell on the
all as it bounded back of the Wnsntigton
and Jefferson goal line. In the
ourth period DcHart ran sixty-two
ards for a touchdown but the* game
flictals refused to allow It. alleging juij
hat the Pitt players had tripped the IVI1
pposing linesmen, who were trying
o tackle the runner. The lineup:
itt?:t7. w. & J.?o.
:arlson t Carroll
Left end. 1
'hornhill Homy **ni
Left tackle. .?'
lutherland Wimborly a' 1
Left guard. Per
3eck Guv Chi
Center. " son
;ies Straw ant
Right guard. the
ieidel Drew bet
Right tackle. of
ierron Tressel cor
Right end. pox
lorrow ,.. Stobbtc to
iougler Fain an
Left halfback. mex
lellart Ruble eni
Right halfback. Tin
IcLaren McCrelght dut
Score by period*: Cnl
ittsburg 7-0-14-7?37. of
Washington and Jefferson 0-0-0-0?0. sev
IS PRFPJRFR d
IU I 11 Lai IIIILU in
Several Noted Speakers to Be ma
Heard at Charities and Cor- d<S
rection Meeting Here.
* . 7
The following program has been
lade up for the second aririua 1 "West 1 n '
pirginla Conference of Charities and J"?,
lorrections to he held Jsovember 20, 21 v|'
nd 22 in this city: v'r:
Monday Afternoon, November 20. of '
2:00?Opening of the conference; of
2:20?Reply ? President's address, at :
Tof. E. H. Vickers. Morgantown. we
2:40?Short business session. P?n
2:50?County care of dependents in Ra
ve West Virginia counties: Harrison do]
ounty, James R. Day, superintendent Ml
ounty alms house; Lewis county, O. Ke
li, Taylor; Monongalia county, the .ho:
lev. P. tX. McDonald; Marion county;
4?ifl t A "\Tt?tenn - RonHrtlnW pnimfv.
11?>. J. V/? f? mouu f AVUUUU*|/U vwi*My I |
Cary Montague. ]
3:50?"County Care of Dependents en<
t the Cooley Farms, Cleveland"?Dr. on
I. H. Cooley, founder of the Cooley p]a
8:00?-"Democracy and civil service." ]
8:40:?"The Social Aftermath of the-) ten
Var"?Dr. John Van Schalck, Jr., of the
Vashington, D. C. Un
9:30?"Conservation of the Family" ]
-Dr. C. A. Wingerter, "Wheeling. p0,
Tuesday Morning, November 21. acc'
9:00?-"Collection of Laws in West ot.
Virginia Governing Children"?-Prof. V,_
m M. Bristol,* West Virginia Univer- ga1
Committee reports: hft'
Child labor?Miss Xola McKlnney. J?]
Juvenile court?Judge Robinson and .
rudge Sturgiss. ? '
Defectives?Dr. Irene Bullard. L.
Children In institutions" ? Miss ?
jouders. . J
10:00?"Some Social and Economic
Developments in Twentieth Century
lomevLife"?'Mrs.. Bertha G. Cady, M1
iducatlonal field secretary American ?
lygiene Association. ,
10:30?''Important Child Welfare
Movements'?C. V. Williams, director .
ihildrea's welfare department of the ?
)hio State Board of Charities. coi
Discussion. ' thl
2:00^?"Pioneer Juvenile Court <
Vork"?-Robert. L. Frazier, probation ?
fflcer, Wheeling. *>.?
-n.on ??t. -Prnhlprh"?
. 6 OV"T ^ u?cniivwu* v ,* ? -?- ,
.VUliam A. Way, judge of the Alle- mu
;heny county court, Pittsburg, Pa. tad
(a) For boys ? Superintendent v
Letcher. Pruntytown. ? fr
(b) For^ girls ? Superintendent
rennie F. Sutton, Industrial. ,
8:00^?"eommunity Organization lor
Social" Service"?J. M. "Hanson,
8:40?"The Abolition of Poverty"?
J. EX /Hagerty, Ohio State University, <gft
Columbus. O. LjV
9:25?"The Community's Duty to the
Child"?Rabbi A. -H. -Silver,' Wheeling?
Wednesday Morning. W
. 9:00?"State Care of Mental Defec- ,?E
fives''?J. S. Dab in , president state V
board of control.
'immigration"?Prof. D M. -Bristol, y
Summary: A working program'for
the coming, year.
Business session: -Reports and resolutions.
Are Fined for Being Unruly on
a Train, One Getting Read
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7EMBER 12, .1910.
ED BY PITT
)nday Night Giving the First
Number of the Lyceum
Lecture Course There.
SALEM. Nov. 11.?The opening
nber of (he Salem .Lyceum Lecture
.irse will be given Monday night,
the college auditorium. The initial
formahce will be rendered by the
Icagp Orchestral Choir and reprots
new ideas in lycouin companies
I one sure to prove popular with
audience here. This choir lias
n organized by Bohuihlr Kryl. one
the. most famous bund leaders and
onet soloists in America. One
'tion of the program will be given
stringed instruments. Another
tiomof the program will represent
ensemble of the following instruits:
comet, clarinet, French horn
ilioulum, trombone . and tuba,
ere will also be Instrumental solos,
?ts and quartets. The vocal soloist
the choir will be Mine. Helene
hirelll, soprano. The entire list
talent in tlic choir consists o?
rhe additional numbers of tlic L,yim
course and date of perform:es
are as follows:
VlotHrovilie Wood, December 23.
Dr. Bradford, January 30>
rhe Killamey 6ms. March S.
3dward Reno, .(magician), March
C". B. Fletcher, April 12.
I vends His Ticket,
rhe unfair attack made here upon
Hon. Stuart F. Reed by partisan
mocrats In the campaign showed
the result of tho election in Tene
district, in that Mr. Reed led
ticket in the vote and also had a
jority over his opponent, Alderi,
of fifty-seven in this, a usual
VIr. John Kennnmere, or Alabama,
the employ of the postoflicc departnt
at Waslilngton, D. C., and Miss
lie Townsend, daughter of Mr. and
s. Robert L. Townsend, formerly
this city, were married at tbo"home
the bride in Washington, 24 R.
eet, N. E., Saturday, November 4,
8 o'clock. Those who attended the
tiding from here were the crand
ents, the Hon. and Mrs. Jeape F. |
ndolph, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest RanIph
and daughter, Ernestine/and
ss Ida Randolph. Miv: and Mr^
nnamere*"will make % their future
me in Washington.
* Xot Disheartened.
Local suffragists aro not dlsheart?d
at the seeming adverse results'
'the suffrage amendment but are
nning to continue the agitation for
early enfranchisement of women.
Mrs. George A.- Trainer Is in atdance
at the national meeting of
i Women's Christian Temperance
ion at Indianapolis.
Elarry K. Schmlck has resigned hiB
iltiori in C. A. S#hutte's store and
sepied a clerkship with Messrs.
me Brothers at Clarksburg. He and
a-t. ^I aI. ? J i~ At- A -1/ ?
n. ogtuuiuit 1UUVCU IU U1UL piuw
Mrs. Nora Cook, of Weston, has
;n a guest of her mother, Mrs.
nes Lewis, for several days. :
Miss Alice Burnslde. of Wltchita
lis, Tex., Is a guest>of-Mrs. Stanley
Miss Ernestine Randolph has re:ned
from Washington','where she
ended the .marriage of her cousin,
ss Lillian Townsend.
f S?. p'f.l (r. j.Y"I H&f! \ '
lore by A.' E. Bryant, member of
i railroad detectfve force: Joseph:
d his fine and costs - and was resed,
hut' in default of payment his
npariion was sentenqed to serve,
rty days on the county* roads? ,
icii vuiu ;uui,vt;ibuj,;uttyiug uuat'i vcu
t 117 of its 175 instructors wear
3tachcs, concludes-.that the musie
betrays brains in the wearer.
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Your Money Too
|-wiiii satisfaction or * artistic. II
I ry known its lEsting ^l|
SET OF TEKT11 ^*7 f-|1
Guaranteed . . ? ?Ovl
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CROWN OB CC Al)
BBIDGEWORK. . .. ?P?JAJVF
Fillings . ... I... .50c up
All work: -guaranteed. We
. ' .. .
guarantee painless extracting
and other work with least die.
. 'm'-V V'.i^1 i-?''-'T".ri.U-'r" '"Vi XJ'?; ' *[ v:>.' :^V" ,
PRIZE WINNERS =
OF FARM SHOW
Awards Are Made for Best Entries
at Annual Agricultural
Awards have boon announced as
follows for tl?o beat exhibits at tho
annual agricultural show ol' Harrison
county boys' clubs and farmers*
agricultural show, which was successfully
held wtlli a large attendance
Saturday afternoon In the court house
Boys' Corn Club.
First prize, $5. for best ten ears,
Arley Vanscoy, Bristol.
Second prize, $3. for next best ton
ears. Vance Courtney, West Milford.
Third prize. $2. for next best ton
ears. E. Brent Robinson, Salem.
Fourth prize. 51. for next best ten
ears, B. It. Zlrkle, Doln.
First prize, $5, best peck of potatoes.
Sowell Davis. Bristol.
Second prize, $3. next best peck,
Leonard Davis. Bristol.
Third prize, ?2. next best peck.
Fourth prize. $1, next best peck,
Second prize, $3. on rocord and
booklot. Earl Spindler.
Third prize. $2, on record, and
booklet, Orley Rlttor.
First'prize, $5, best trio of chickens.
Second ftrize, ?3, next best, Guy
First prize. $3. best ten ears of
corn. Erwin *Pratt.
Second prize, $2, second best ten
ears, Arthur Sheets, Lost Creek.
Third prize, $1, third fiest teft" oars,
Burgett SwiBhor, Hock ford.
Fourth prize, fl, best ear of corn,
First prize, $3, best peck of potatoes,
Bowls Eib, Homines Mills.
Second prize, $2. next best peck of
potatoes, Charles Hornier; Shinnston.
Third prize, $3, next best peclc,
Frank Howand, Shinnston.
First prize, $1, for best plate of apples,
Second prize. 50c, for next best
plate, Burgett Swisher.
Third prize, 25c, for next best
plate. Miss Jessie CofTman.
First prize, 50c, for best peck of
: turnips, Lewis Elb.
Second prize, 25c, for next best;
peck, Willie Ellis.
? HERE FOR REST!
Sister Uraulla Clark, of Wheeling,
arrived hore Saturday evening and Is
a guest of the sisters at St. Mary's .hospital.
Her health Is impaired arid,
she will restf and receive treatment
LOST?-Live pet monkey. *Reward c
for Information or return to Jean t
Jackson, Adamston. Bell phone t
\..V ; ' ' ' ;tv'; ;i' "
Suits and. Coats of *1
Hats from $2
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i :' ' Vf ir-' f %:f-'fes
- ''? ? i :' ; :V <v5;l'- ["' ' 1 "'I
Ir you* -wish to have
assist in carrying out:the
' you can appoint' him Co^ex
act with this company.
i We will assume alL n<
tine work, acting at all tL
honnnor with the Inc
arxaWement of tml kind
I' ' ' -V." '.5-Y>
dent .settlement' of your e
rite you. to talk over tins
Anyway YouCare I
noveltv or conserva
tive fabric, coloring:,
weave, cut, style,
pockets, lapels, lin- | H
details, price, value, H
or reputation.? H
Whether you take
stock of all these H
considerations or 1^1
comprehend only a *!?H
few of them, or fo- ^g||M
cus mainly on price
and value, or put
your faith in the
reputation of the
store you buy from. H
Anyway you care H
to look at it Nus- H
baum's Clothes will
satisfy your scrupies
and make you
look twice before H
you 'look elsewhere. H
324-28 Main Street. I
WIN BICYCBE RACEi
(BY A*?OCIAT*0 rntBS) BBS
'BOSTON, Nov. 11.?Alfred Goulet,
of .Ne.wark, N. J., and A1 Grend, 1 Fpl^
if Australia, tonight won the six day
dcycle race begun last Monday. Their
otal mileage for'the ten hour day ?
-'. .' " _ nn
some relative or friend l
ecutor of your estate to 9
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