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Harrison's Santa Clausj
ar bring It yourself. CW.MAIN"?MAb?SO?rSTS. FAIRM OIMT. W.VA. A CHRISTMAS STORE SPARKLING WITH NEW AND FRESH THINGS One Dollar will do Wonders Here?Because We Stretch the Quality and Re Jf the Prices?VISIT OUR GREAT CHRISTMAS ARCADE ?many separate jths Loaded with Attractive Gift Suggestions, attractively Priced. OLIDAY HANDKERCHIEFS _?For Men, Women and Children. Complete ?tock?! Low Prices! Excellent Qualities Fancy ^Embroidered jrjS^ndkerchlelB for <iwomen; also plain fwittr and without cjbqites. Prices are :5c, 10c, 12'/2c i' up to $1.00 Big Stocks 01 urUatic chil dren's Uandkec: chief, plain or fan cy, Willi or without Xmaa boxes. 5c, 10c, 12*Ac up to 75c linen handkerchiefs pure linens?plain ?various hems?in itialed. 5c, 10c, 12% c up to $1.50 JCOATS FOR FAIRMONT WEATHER Ji'.Juit dandy aa a Xmas gift?we have them for children, women and (_J?n. You need not worry about the price?we can show you many at the' price you think of piying. ,/OMEN'S RAINCOATS Ejfae';'prepared big stocks of new and well-made coats, reinforced; 'made &so5they don't bag or bind, and yet loo k to good; certain to give you jVmpit comfort and service.. $2.50 up to $11.00 gs FOR MEN ^No~ place like Harrison's for as lament's and bottomprices. Add ^raincoat to your wardrobe; bo reparetl for Fairmont weather. Mm to $i2.oo CHILDREN need plenty of protection in weath er like this. We have sets for boys boys or girls?Red Hiding Hood Capes or Sllp ons. 98c to $4.50 DROPPED PRICES ON FURS FOR XMAS Warm, iuxurlbus and unusual ly choice; some ot the best sets for wpmen and children we have ever seen at these prices are presented hereunder. CHILDREN'S LOVE LY FUR SETS Scarf and Muff, pocketboolc enclosed; uoraethlng the child will greatly admire for its won drous beauty; dou- f f Off bio value for W ?/ ** Others up lo $5.98 CHILDREN'S LUXUR IOUS AND ARTISTIC COATS The low p'-'ices will certainly surprise your pocketbook; tlie styles and qualities are* worth double the money they're priced. $1.39 to $11.00 WOMEN'S FURS for loss than you thought of spending. Big, beautiful and warm; they'll last a lifetime. Long-distance value for much less than regular prices. Big assortment. $1.98 to $25.00 At less Than You'd Think linens of Quality ^e's spread these out, so to speak, because of their. quality, coupled with their restricted prices. We ar e sure they will prove a great. help to you in making selec |nons for Xmas gifts. Table Covers, Napkins, Scarfs. See them on the main floor. J* " '- Yv'r: " " ? PRESENTS s33g'; or Everybody rpilet sets, shaving sets, mirrors, msSvanity boio3, comb sets. ?jisy sets, manicuring sets, wall |res,.stationery, cut glass, sew china sets, dinner sets, itetbooke, party boxes, and 10, fe^tiber sifts. Our prices are the |j8S|??la't&e city. A New Toy Sandy Andy Snatch what fun the boys have tli t!io new-and practical toy; ee';h??w" they'll stay at home and 'Contractor and builder; its ^^SWlerL . Automatic, easy to op grsgone: see it In our new toy %QilO Totjs 5c up (livable Items in Men's Wants For the man wh olikes quality In his haberdashery, coupled with good taste, the task of picking out gift Items is easy here. Here's a suggestion or two that we think you'll think you'll find worthy. Men's Neckwear, largest asssortment of this we have ever made; and the patterns are all cop! es of the highest grade silks, fancy de signs, plaids and solid colors ' buy these at Harrison's with or with out holiday boxes. Suspenders We certainly have stretched the value. Excellent elastic and finished neatly; the kind men like; in attractive boxes. 25c and 50c New Shirts Clever in designs, powerful materials and broad values; 1,000 to chooso from. 50c to $1.50 Also flannel shirts, 50c to $3.50. luxurious Bath Rabes Beacon brand, the kind you heard so much akbout, tho kind he will never forget; made Just like the men want them to be, full, roomy and( richly designed Some have slippers to match. e $2.50 to $5.75 Christmas Fruit Cake, Pastry, I' . I ' Candies, Loose Boxes -or Baskets ? Everything . Home Made at FAIRVIEW QUINTET DEFEATS CLARKSBURG The Falrviow High school basket ball team, so for undefeated this sea con. won handily from St. Mary'R High school at Clarksburg last night by a score of 40 to 12. The score: Falrriew?40. Clarksburg?12 Lough F McAndrews McBee F Donohue Knode C Flanlgan L. Tennant .. .. G Onlstingle T. Tennant G Klesell Substitulons?Fox for Knoilo. Field goals?Fairvtew, Lough 3, Knode 1; Clarksburg, McAndrewB 1, DR. A. B. SMITH OSTEOPATH and EYE SPECIALIST All disease] successfully treated without drugs or surgical onsratioa. Glasses of all kinds oorreotly fitted and guaranteed satUfaotory. No 7 HALI BLOCK. SLAIN ST. Opposite Marietta Hotel. Both Phones Domestic or Imported Perfumes ..Make delightful gift* for Christmas. All of the molt desirable odors are irnnm i here> and y?u wl" have n0 trouble In ,._klrg/a selection from the large'stock. Also a carefully selected ~??pfinexpensive perfumes put up In attractive bottlea and packages ^MSir Holiday selling.. PRICES RANGE FROM 25c TO $7.60. Tho trustees Mated that at the time . this paving was ordered the church' had the assurance of some of the members ot the old council that no charge would be made, In keeping -with the usual custom not to charge churches. Tho board took time to consider tho matter and "will make a decision later. Bought by Syndicate. ?, '' \ PARKERSBURG?The firm of R. L. -Neal & Co., wholesale and retail hardware dealers,"wfilch;i,'was found ed by a pioneer Parke rsburg citUen. Flanagan 1, Onlstlngle 1. Goals from fouls?Fairview, Lough 25, McBee 3, Knode 2; Clarksburg, Flanlgan 6. Referee?Williams. Time of halves?20 minutes. City Purchases Street Flusher Tho city has recently purchased of the Good Roads Machinery Co., the sanitary street flushing machine which lias been used for several months on the streets on a free trial, Tho rogular price of the water wa gon is 5500, but It was purchased by the city for $425. This deduction was made because the city paid the Fairmont Carriage Works $75 for making some change in the construc tion which was found to be necessary. M. E. Trustees Want Bill Cancelled Tho trustees of tho M. E. church re cently appeared before the city board of affairs and asked for the cancella tion of a paving bill rendered against tho ohurch. The hill referred to is the one rendored for the paving ot the alley between Third and Fourth streets and Fairmont and Gaston ave nues, which runs back of the church property. May see ly glow Flash out o'er Childland fair and far; And from ourhands now fall the gifts And we Know why the Wise Men smiled With gratefulness; and each heart lilts Its chant of worship of the Child. fed s^SfSEBwOfe SS^afficweSs# full tlmi Ines Close. Style and Qu.llty . . Prices Tempt ingly Low ^pEESZEEE^p Smart New Si '? 7 >,?3* Suits worth op to $30 a Long and Short Coats, a splendid collection to choose from ?5 Choicest Models, Broadcloth, % Gabardine Cloth and other 0 very desirable cloths, long ? and short coats, some mili ?? tary effect fsrarns1 Injuries Fatal. MARTINSBURG?Nicholas Nogich. who was struck on tlic head by a ca cable when it broke while working on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad con j structlon work at Doe Gulley, died of his injuries lutcr in a hospital. Low Death Rate. WHEELING?The death rate in Wheeling has never been so low as during the present year. Statistics (or eleven months completed by the health bureau show but G2S deaths, while in the same eleven months of a year ago there were Gil deaths. On a basis of population of 42,000. the dosth rate for the eleven months 13 41.95 per thousand against a death rate of 15.46 for the eleven months of July 1. 1913, to May 31, 1914, the last previous published statement of the health bureau and likewise an eleven month period. In the eleven months of this year, June carried tlio highest number of deaths, 75, with September next with 72 deaths. May with 3G deaths is the low month of the year. i ' Bad Fire. CLARKSBUI1G?One or tlio pump houses of the Hope Natural Gas Co.'s big pumping station at Hastings, on the Short Line railroad was practi cally ruined by Are Sunday night. Lo cal officials of tlio company say that no estimate of the damage can yet be made, but it ran up into tbo thou sands of dollars. The plant consisted of three largo buildings and a few small ones. One is a gasolene plant, another a steam motive power plant and the third, which was ruined by lire, was a gas pumping and gasolene engine plant. Most of the machinery was damaged by fire. Of four large gas pumps one was utterly destroyed/si badly damaged anil the, ojiifi damaged less slightly. Tlie $jir_ wero damaged can be repair! future use. One Plain Drunk. Only one man waB In Polict tills morning. Ho was arrested;'M a plain drunk and was assessed?flKe usual line of $5. You get tho best PITTSBURGH GAS COAL, deliverod promptly v(lfon you order from McCOY COAL COM PANY. _ riiones; Office Bell 129 Consol, 128 r& Mine: Boll 788-J., 11-20H&: Mga i When You Select As a gift a box of NORRIS',* .. EXQUISITE: CANDlEq.Mti ?hows discriminating "eirej This reflect* a compliment I upon both the donor and re- I clplent. You will And those" I wonderful ponfoctlon* at Holt Drug Co. Where Quality and Cleanliness go iKU^jf hand. Stocks 1 Bought am Call For E ADVICE Tetrick's Brokerage & Insurance C< _ ? .Insurance Ho. 3 Nuzum Bldga Eeal Strong Com* And panies. STSAW, GRAIN, MILL FEED, Houses, Fire and Life Fanni* . . APPLES, POTATOES. OBANGES, _ Accident Collection Automobiles Mixed Cars a Specialty. 4 count Horses Both Phones rAmMONT, W. VA. FREE ENGINEEWi Our Industrial Power Department is composed ;oi*sp the application of gas for power, either through the g or (team boiler. We offer you assistance in solving you power pr out obligating yon. Our advioe is given only after we makecarefi present equipment. A report of these tests will f whether you decide to do business with us or not If others in your line of bnaines can profitable you can also, ' There is no time like "NOW" to get the'fi your case.