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FAIRMONT. W.VA. 10,000 NEW TOYS |t prices that will enable you to 'buy twice the amount you thought of ? Me chanical Trains, long running, 5c up to $2;50; Dolls, different from, any you have (seen, 10c up to $5,00; G-o-Carts, just like "Ler's;1 Drums, Trunks, Teddy Bears, ceys, Story Books, Sleighs, China Irishes, Autos, Pianos, Sand Haulers, Motor Bicycle Eiders, Santa Clause False ?aces. WIN A PRIZE! >$TRITE A LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS TO-DAY H. Only 12 more days left?so act quick?tellSan i# ta what you want for Xmas. 25 prizes for the best * letters?Address your letters to HARRISON'S SANTA CLAUS. FREE DELIVERY PROMPT SERVICE Phone or mail orders cor rectly filled. o r. Jarvis Ends Successfull Week At Presbyterian Church and your frlendi .Pockctbooka Ivory Set* HasS?!&u::: ' itatloinery Goodi. Robert E. L. Jarvls, of Phlla ._.jhla.*'clcsed a week so successful ivangellstic services at the First Pros fterian ch::rch last evening when lie acheil a splendid sermon 0:1 tho j Home": "Slgniflnanco of laife" to a> ; Irene rge.and appreciate audil/nce. ? A spirited song service preceded the lurrmon and a solo "My Mothers Pray geril-iwas feelingly sung by Lamar Sat ""field! On Jan-is will remain here a week I lejiger and will conduct services each evening next week at the Presbyter Schurch. The congregations grow in numbers I interest with each service ami ?|jeat good jias already resulted from tii'eypowerful lessons taught by the Splendid sermon of the evangelist. nStajeefv " vBBOCLAMATION! r.V pdasire'to call attention of our cltl fjen's to a provision of tlio city ordl *~ LiiceB-requiring all property owners '"?occupants of property in the city aont -to keep the sidewalks ^nl.'bfjtheir respective properties [.'"The time of the year Is now at Sfflalyhgfljlt will becomo necessary jSSeSns to Insist upon a strict observ ~ Jicefof-thislaw. Our civic pride will ?suggest^he reasonableness of this' pro vision and I'feel sure that any neglect of :thls;will be rather an oversight than harvrfse. 'will be understood from this tlmo _ fiat 'all persons must keep tho side ..ilks clear of snow in front of their *?S?ropeilyv, This Is particularly SfttiptS there is any travel on and ei- the'sidewalks. Kg& ANTHONY BOWEN. Mayor. Sl2-S-5t ' ' Children Cry " &.FOR FLETCHER'S SPAS-TOR! A ? . [FLOWERS ? j Hayman Greenhouse Co. . i Wat son Hotel Bld?- Both Phones FAIRMONT,. W.' VA. We ask you to look at our Beautiful display of holiday goods. They'll please you flTollet Wafers and Per ??*?-, and Bristle oli Drug Co. "V'T*a ' J ... Juality . .a n d Jinew go hand in Local Boys In Big Show At Grand Monday AHCHIE KOON AND EARL FREE LAND MAKING GOOD IN MUSI CAL PRODUCTION. WARM WELCOME IS PLANNED BY FRIENDS OF POPULAR AC TORS. More than ordinary interest Is be ing taken In tho coming of the Broad way Musical Comedy Company to the Grand Opera House next Monday and Tuesday for tlie reason that Earl Froe land and Archie Koon,, two local boys aie with the company. Friends of the young dancers aro whooping it up for a Mg reception to the lads upon their appearance in their home town and it is likely that large houses will greet the performances. Tho company which numbers 2v. people has been playing the vaudeville houses of tho larger cltlos all season ar.il it has been receiving line notices from the papers. Earl Freeland,, writ ing The West Virginian says that the vehicle used, the costuming and scene ry are all that can be desired and that tho offering will score well hero. Friends of the hoys have purchased the first two rows of tho orchestra lection for the opening night and the same evening Mr. Charles Getting" has bought the boxen on one side of thu house for a large party. Young Freeland has been out with the. company for somfi time, now act ing In the capacity of stage manager. Koon olned recently and both playing purls are doing their dancing act. Both 1 icke into tho business through tho E'.ks minlstrels aad other local slnw? aid both are very clever boys who will go higher in tho profession before | mt ny years. " GOTTLIEB VON JAGOW. He Is Germany'* Min ister of Foreign Affairs. ATHER INE MURRAY In the big musical comedy success "T he Quaker Girl," at The Grand Opera House, Friday, December 18th. *T he Quaker Girl is packing the ? Nixon Theatre, Pitta burgh, this week. fSla&gyja jrowwrjtfl BIRTHDAY PARTY. Class No. 3? of tho Diamond Street M. E. Sunday School, held a birthday party yesterday afternoon at the ho.no ot Mrs. Florence Gray. There was a large attendence and each lady paid n penny tor each year o? her age, arid a neat sum was realized. A tempting courso of refreshments was served. Mrs. Emory Richardson and daughter, cf Mannlngton, were .honor guesta present. PIANO RECITAL. The pupils of Miss Capitola Layman gave an interesting recital this after r.pon at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Lira on Maple Avenue. The following pro gramme was rendered: See pro gramme. MUSICAL DECEMBER 12, 1914. Lollta Engel Martha Clelland Isoline Hess May Scenes Russell Mildred Nuzum. The Little Flirt Ziegler Majorie Fleming. Flower Fairies I Fearls Pearl Jacobs Virginia Nutter. Holly anil Mistletoe ...... Greenwald Martha Clelland. Tils Renard Pearl 'Jacobs?Dana Jacobs?Winnie Musgrove. Full of Glee Renard Nettle Layman. Through Field and Forest Vogel R!anche McElfresh?Margaret Price. Independence Day Spaullng Emma Johnston. Tho Fountain Bolim Marie Caldora. I Begin Willey Irene Clelland?Martha Clelland. Concert rolka Lango Margaret Price. The Mill Jensen?Spaulding Piano?Isoline Hess. Voice?Mary Conaway. Irene Clelland. Moonlight On the Hudson .... Wilson ' Florence Coogle. a?Humoreake Dvorak b?Mazurka Meyer?Melmund Pearl Jacobs. Little Curly Head March .. Holcombo Genevieve Fletcher?Majorie Fleming. MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Homans' Foreign Missionary So ciety ot the Diamond Street M. E. Church, will meet Sunday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock ot the church. Tills Is the time to collect the quarter ly dues and the annual Chll?tMMMSM! .AU memben * - " * REV. BENT VERY ILL. The many friends will regret to learn that Rev. Bent,, ot Huntington, formerly of this ward- is seriously ill of bipod poison, and has been very much worse, the past two days. MOVING TO GRAFTON. Mr. and Mrs. William Arnett ar.) moving from tliis ward to Grafton, wliore the former has accepted a po sition. Personal*. Mr. Paul Workman is able to be out after a few weeks illness. Miss Eleanor Protzman, of Diamond Street is able to be out after a few days illness. Mr. John Smartz has been quite sick for several days. COURT NEWS Deeds Filed. Lee Morgan and wife to William Downs, a parcel of land In Lincoln district. Consideration ?1 and other valuable considieratlon. Walter R. Haggerty, special commis sioner, to Clement Davis, a parcel of land on Helen's Run in Lincoln dis trict, consideration $420. Hiraui R. Linn to Daniel W. Kirk, a parcel of land on Rudy's Run. Con sideration $1,250. Jatnos Fisher and wife to the Coun ty Court of Marion county, a parcel cf land on Little Blngamon Creek in Lincoln district. Consideration tJOO. - Licenses Issued, Ambrose Pasquale, 21, and Sabbel lucla Pasquale, 35, both of Monongah. Paul H. Watkins, 21, aud Julia E. Ifayhurtt, both of Watson. BETTER THAN SPANKING. Spanking does not cure children of bed-wetting. There is a constitution al cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W, Notre' Dame, Ind? 'will send free to any mother her suc cessful home treatment, with full in structions. Send no money, but write her today fi your children trouble you in this way. Don't blame the child, the chances are it can't holp it. This treatment alio curesadultiandaged people troubled. with urine difficul ties by day or night. . , ? , T Feel It a Duty to Mankind to Let All Know of My Cure. Peruna Did It. Mr. W. H. Chanel", R. P. D. 2. Suthcrlln. Pittsylvania Co.. Vt, writes: '."For the past twelve months I have been a sufferer from catarrh of the head. Since taking four bot tles of your Peruna I feel like a different person altogether. Tho se vere pains In my head have disap peared, and my entire system has been greatly strengthened. "This Is my flrst testimonial to the curative qualities of any patent medicine. I feel it a duty to man kind to let them know of Peruna. fci my estimation It Is the greatest Medicine on earth for catarrh." We have thousand? of testimonials like Mr. Chaney'B. Some of them were cured after years of suffering and disappointment In finding a remedy. Send for free copy of "Ills of Life." The Peruna Co., Columbus. Ohio. Those who objsct to liquid modi cinos can now procure Psruna Tab lets. Sweden To Make Inquiry s About Mines extensive damage has been DONE TO SCADINAVIAN SHIPPING. NEWSPAPERS BLAME GERMANY AND SAY INDEMITY SHOULD BE DEMANDED. By Associated Press. STOCIvHOLMn, via Lonilo , Dec. 11?The foreign office has Instituted Inquiry Into laying of mine In Swed ish waters which caused extensive damage to shipping of this country. The particular purpose of inquiry is lo ascertain, by what nation tho mines were laid and what purpose prompted the action. The laying of the miijfls has stirred public feeling deeply, and ty.e. press continues ifs agitation vigorously. ". Some of the newspapers state that the mines were laid by Germany and demand that an Indemnity ho paid by that country. WORTHINGTON NEWS. Mrs. Jas. I. Michael of Fairmont, was visiting her mother, Mrs. Mahala Coch ran, here last Wednesday. Paul K. Tetrick was registered at the Brunswick hotel in Wheeling on Thursday of this week. Work on the new school building is progressing and it Is hoped to iiave it ready for occupancy early in the new year. While other incorporated towns are making arangements for the regular January election, we have heard noth ing said In Worthlngton in repard to that Important matter. Editor H. C. Ogden, of the Wheeling Intelligencer, was in town for a short time on Wednesday shaking hands with many of his boyhood friends. Mrs. Selmour Norman, who has been seriously ill for a long time, is much worse at this writing and is not expect ed to survive much longer. Mrs. Henry King, who underwent a severe surgical operation at the Cook hospital several weeks since, is im proving and it Islioped that she will be fully restored'to'health In the near fu ture. Mrs. Mariah Jacobs, who has been an Invalid for the past two years, is con fined to her bed. Miss Madge Brumage, assistant post mistress, is able to Ire out again after a long seige of typhoid fever. Mr. T. J. Tetrick, of near here, met I j with quite a loss the first of the week when his barn, Ailed with hay and other feed, was entirely destroyed by fire. The fire was started by two of his small children who were playing about the barn with matches and ignited a bale of hay. The first paragraph In our scheme of reapportionment la our last letter got somewhat twisted, and in order to make it plain we give that portion again: The First district would comprise the counties of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Marlon, Tyler and Pleasants, with a population of 202,4 32, and would give the Republican candi date a majority of 2,261 over his Demo cratic opponent, based on the vote of 1912, and a majority of 1,073 based on the vote of 1914. Arch Brumage, who has been work ing for James I. Michaels In tho gas field near Cleveland, Ohio, arrived at home on Thursday night for a few days' visit. Barry H. Cole Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, ladies' Work a Specialty. Suits Hade to Meaiure. Send n? your work by, parse] Style and Quality ? W Prices-Tempt- ' * ' Ingly Low S From Madeira \ \ DAYS FOR A 1 XMAS SHOPPIE Handkerchiefs For Chris I Exquisite Hand-Embroidered Handkerchief? of sheer linen, hand embroidered corners. Exquisite designs at .. Hand Embroidered Initials, hundreds to select from. The largest and finest collection we have ever shown at Austrians Lose Many Prisoners LONDON', Dec. 12.?A dispatch from N'ishl servia contains a statement giv en); additional details of the recent r.rerwhelming victory over the Austri an* claimed by the Servians in north west Servia "The pursuit of the ene my is proceeding." The statement says: "Especially on our left and centre" The statement reviews the fighting from December 3d to 7th, inclusive, it estimates that the total numbor prisoners taken at over 22,000. THE YELLOW PERIL. Japanese Warnings. The Japanese early sought for the truth, and their earliest knowledge depended on ahealthy stomach. Thoy eat very little and practice "Jiu-Jltsu" ?muscular exercise' from youth up. The stomach is the center of the body from which radiates our vitality, strenuoslty, our fighting strength. A healthy stomach turns the food we eat Into nourishment for the blood stream and the nerves. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery refreshes and ton^.sd up,.^, stomach walls. Re ttoves' tie poisonous gases from the system. The first day you start to take this reliable medicine, impure germs and accumulations begin to separate In the blood and are then expelled through the liver, bowels and kidneys. In place of the Impurities, the ar teries and veins gradually get fresh vitalized blood and the action of this good blood on the skin means that pimples, boils, carbuncles, eczema, rash, acne and all skin blemishes will disappear. Then you must remem ber that when the- blood is right, the liver, stomach, bowels and kidneys be eome healthy, active and vigorous and you will have no more trouble with indiglgcstion, backache, headache and constipation. Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery today at any medicine dealers; it is a powerful blood purifier, so pen etrating that it even gets at the im pure deposits in the joints and car ries them out of the system. It Is not a secret remedy for its ingredients are printed on the wrap per. For free advice or free booklet on blood, write Dr, V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Free. Dr. Picrce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent tree on re ceipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay ex pense of wrapping and mailing only. NOTICE TO LIEN HOLDERS. To all persons holding liens by judg ment or otherwise on the real es state, or any part thereof, ot Howard A. Jamison: lit pursuance of a decree or the In; termcdlate Court of Marion jooUEty, West Virginia, made In a cauao thoro In pending 10 subject UjefocMpfiiSto of tho Bald Howard A. Jamla_qB^t&tho satisfaction of the lions are herey required to claims held by you and eacb>-'c>f Tyou against tbe said Howard A. janjlaon, wlilchc are liens on his res! eatA^bi or any part ot It for adjudlcatjon jtb me at my office In the PeopleivNational I'ank ullding. In tbe city ot Falrmoni, in said arlMon county, on or before tho l'6lh day ot Decemer, 1914. Given under my hand this* 27th: day November, 1914. FRANCIS THRALLS, i Commissioner. Nov. 27, 4,11, 18. cf .?... FLOWERS Hayman Greenhouse Co. W.>( son Hot l l Rlcl^.-Botl? Pho.CS FAIRMONT, W.VA. ?.. ;-w,;r,...yv^v3fr^'l r. <^*saBaut)8 Order your coal from McCOI COAb COMPANY and get the Wt-PITTS-s BUHG GAS COAL. ' Eyei^ loaSd Relish ed and full weight guaranteed. Prompt delivery ariy'fcla'tftf^fiffflljf" Phones: Office Bell 129 Consol. 128 Mine: Bell 788J. 11-20-e. CASTORIA For Infants and Children lnUwForOv.r30Y.ar9 Always bears ?s* the Signature of Mountain State , Bra Sweet Applf CIDia Made by the Morgan Coi Cold Storage Company, ofiBeS ley Springs, W. Va. The molt healthful,: nutritive temperance drink.: J-ij? Made from thoroughly,* ed, selected apples. Gro the great Eastern Pan HjndJ If not'cirried by.yourfjjre, phone Frsnk Morgan, eltl phone. ^ This clder~has beeivtejtic the Prosecuting Attorney Morgan County and waaappr ed by him aa being nonSleot Ic. . ' . -....'.'I' FREE ENGINEERING ADVICE Oar Industrial Power Department is composed of??>ni the application of gas for power, either through the:guy or (team boiler. We offer yon assiitanoe in Hiring four power problen out obligating you. Our airioe ii given only after we make carefnl testa, ? present equipment. A report of they .teats will be left w whether yon decide to do bnsincn with ns or not. . * 1 ? " - y.jr&S If others in your line of bniines can profitably ^Bse|itj yon can also. There is no time like "HOW" to get the facta your case.