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STORE
home
pieces,
Ladies' and Men's Better Kind of $5 Shoes
Better in style, better
, ) " I) in leather, better in work
, ]/ J f manship.
?/ / *n *'ie assortment
y | are practically all the
4*7/ y J styles of Shoes. And in
// v //a addition to the great sta
// ms JjM pie stocks there is a splen
j?fr<fc did selection of Novelty
Shoes. You will find
" Hartley's a good, safe
? place to buy your Xmas
. Shoes. (First Floor)
PE OPL E buying
Overshoes, Arctics
and Rubber Boots
should make sure of
the quality of the
goods.
There are nowadays many
nrades of rubbers. Only the
"first quality" Is safe. Tho
Hartley shoe store never
sells any but first quality.
Rish tKeButlon-andRest'
Great
Heaps
Books
We can't begin to tell
you of all the bright, new
: books that are here far
.? 'Boys and Girls thlt
$ Christmas. Come and see
,? them In the Toy Depart
ment. Prices 10c to $2.50.
sag* .
(Third Floor.)
It Is the kind that Father will
I like, upholstered with genuine
^leather. Price 127.60.
Fairmont's Greatest Display
Of Gift Furniture
Is Ready
Today, we can only mention the Chairs, of which
there are exceptional values. First comes a fine Oak
Rocker at $3.00, and then at $5.00 is a fine Leather
Spring Seated Rocker, which is the best value ever
offered at the price.
. At $7.50 is a Reed Rocker,
upholstered in tapestry, and
at $10 is a big Fumed Oak
Rocker with a genuine Span
ish Leather seat, automobile
style.
At $15 is a beautiful, big
Rocker of Fumed Oak in a
rich, nut-brown, upholstered
with genuine Morocco Leath
er and positvely the best val
ue in many a day.
At $22.50 is a large English
Fire-Side Rocker, all leather,
brown or black, and -an ac
tual $30 value. (Fifth.Eloor)
Hsie
and Then'?Christmas
You had better hurry or you will be out of the "Shop Early" class. Just now
there is a very active demand for fresh new goods of first quality for gift pur
poses. Increasing business in the Furniture and Carpet Departments. The Lit
tle Christmas Store on the Second floor and Toyland on the Third floor are doing
a great business.
Special Christmas Sale of
ART LINEN
Alt Y2 to V3 Under Regular Price
We bought an Importer's Sample Line of Linens that are indeed works of art.
These goods are all perfect and make one of the the most acceptable Christ
mas Gifts. It is also a gift just as good one time of the year as another.
You have never realized how well your furniture can look until you see it prop
erly "dressed" with handsome Scarfs*Doilies and Covers.
Any woman who takes pride in her
or any woman who has a dear friend
she knows can use some pretty linen
should attend this Christmas sale.
There are beautiful Piano Scarfs,
Scarfs, Dollies, Table Covers, Library
and so on, beautifully hand embroidered, hand
drawn, cluny, madeira and lace effects.
In the range are many complete set
Prices start at 6c for a small Doilie and
easy steps like 11c, 18c, 22c, 39c, 48c up
$22.50 for a handsome Table Cover?
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY MQRINNG, at 8 a. m. Men's Dept., Third Floor.
Women's Glove Silk
Underwear for Xmas
Italian Silk Vests In white, pink or blue are
$1.50, $2.00 and $3.50.
Silk Knickerbockers In white, pink, green, pur
pie and bla:k, at $3.00, $3.50 and $5.00.
(Third Floor Annex.)
%!? ' ?
Calendars and
Christmas Cards
f.
- p i . >. ?
tf-w
?b -
I^V l We are headquarters for both, and
I there is a good reason.
1 f Great purchasing power and a great outlet only
could get together the very large assortment of
both domestic and foreign production we show.
Calendars 5c to $1.50
Christmas Cards 1c to 25c
| She Will Like
Hartley's Gloves
She knows they are the best Gloves
I to be had; she knows how well they will
| fit, and she knows how fine they look.
Soft, flexible Kidskin?overaeam sewn In black,
white, grey, brown and green, or pique sewn in
white or black. Prices, $1, $1.50 and $2.00.
(First Floor.)
Santa Claus
Is Keeping Store
with hundreds of NEW TOYS at low
prices, for.the biggest and best of
Christmases. Let the children see his
new goods on the Third Floor.
These are Pianos, Drums, the Prettiest Dolls,
Doll Furniture, funny little Men, the Horses, Wa
gons, Automobiles, Teddy Bears, Books, Games
and ever and ever%so many more good things to
see?Won't you come and bring the children?
(Third Floor.)
' i /.?. t? ?: 1
Mpwimijiin n
COMING FOR HOLIDAYS.
Mrs.- Lee Hutchinson and little
daughter,'Helen, of Manbar, W. Va.,
are in Cleveland, Ohio, the guests
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. G. Race, formerly of this city. Mr.
Hutchinson will spend Christmas
there and they will come on to Fair
mont to visit the Iatter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson at Sonuoc
croft.
MARCATO RECITAL.
The Marcatc Music 'Club gave its
one hundred and sixth recital yester
day afternoon at three o'clock in the
Elks auditorium. The program was
varied and well arranged and was in
charge of Miss Mary A. Caulfield.
Each number was rendered In a pleas
ing manner and encore numbers were
given by Miss Marie Kidd, vocalist;
Miss Margaret Holt, of Weston, pian
ist, and Mis Nell Klnsey, of Cadiz, G?
n teacher in the Shinnston School.
A clarinet solo by ,Frank C. Welch
and a. votlin number by Bornard Far
rell were well received and generous
applause was given the vocal numbers
of Miss Anne Boggess, while the piano
duets and vocal quartet were accord-)
ed merited applause.?Clarksburg Ex
ponent-American.
SOCIETY.
W. C. T. U. MEETING.
The quarterly meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will bo held on Tuesday after
noon at the Library parlors. All ol-1
iicers and superintendents of depart
ments aro asked to attend.
SOCIETY.
FOR BRIDES.
Honoring three recont brides, Mrs.
Carl Springer nee Barnes, Mrs. Harry
: Pitzer, Dunham and Mrs. Thos Mi!
| lor, nee Sattorflelil, the Links Bible
Class of the Diamond Street M. E.
Church will entertain on Tuesday
evening at the Church.
LEAVE FOR SOUTH.
Dr. and Mrs. Lee LeMastors and
daughter. Miss Florence will leave iho
latter part of the week for points in
Kiorida, Nort and South Carolina and
Virginia to spend several weeks.
jMrs. Joel Shrewsbury
Died in Cincinnati
PARKERSBURG, Dee. 14.?The
death of Mrs. Joel A. Shrewsbury, of
1207 Ann street, occurred at the Cin
cinnati Sanitarium yesterday after
noon at 3 o'clock. She had been 111
for the past six weeks and had about
n month ago been taken "to the Cin
cinnati hospital by Dr. W. J. David
son, her local physician, for treatment.
Death was caused by a complication
of diseases, her condition recently
having grown steadily worse.
FLOWERS
Hay man Greenhouse Co.
Wiitson. bldg.^fiotk Plones
FAIRMONiT,.W.VA.
Buy It Now
THE AUTO-PIANO.
The best Player Piano in the world
for the money we ask for It. Makes
musicians of the entire family. Why
not place one of these beautiful Instru
ments in the home for Christmas? An
ideal Xmas gift to the family. A few
dollars deposited brings this piano into
your home. A few dollars a month soon
pays for It. Our prices are the lowest
?our terms are the easiest.
Dally demonstrations on the Player
Piano and VIctrola.
Come in and lot us figure with you.
Opp. New P. 0. Monroe St.
OPEN EVENINGS.
C. A. HOUSE
Music Store _
Monroe Street. Bell Phone 981
Open Evenings.
SPUG
The "3. P. U. G." Is an International
nociety started last season, whose full
na.rne Is "SOCIETY FOR PREVENT
ING OF USELESS GIVING." Think of
the millions of dollars annually squan
dered for useless "Baubles." Then
think of the genuine benefit you can
confer at Xmas.time by giving your
loved ones Useful Things?that they
always need?such as
Give Shurtlefi &
Welton Footwear
and prove that you have joined the
PEInaBI
Fm PEOPLE^
IAS THEY COME'AND CO
Mr. Thomas Hall, -who has been
seriously 111 following an operation
for appendicitis, is improving steadi
ly and tomorrow will be allowed to
sit up for a short time.
Fred Jamison and sister, MIbs Jos
sle, W. V. U., students spent Satur
day and Sunday with their parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Jessie A. Jamison.
**Mrs~Joel Shrewsbury, of Parkers
burg, is critically ill in a Cinslnnattl
Hospital where she had been a pa
tient for some- time. Her rei:u?eiy
is doubtful Mr. Shrewsbury is well
known In the city.
Frank Sapp, ot Morgantown, was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Clark Evans has returned
from Charleston where she had been
the guest of Mrs. John Bond for sev
eral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mulligan went
to West Union today where they will
attend the funeral, of Mrs. John Mul
ligan, whose deatli occurred yesterday
In St Mary's Hospital in Clarksburg
following an operation.
Mrs. Aubrey Meredith, has been the
guest of Mrs. W. W. Welch in Mor
satitown for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Watklns, o"
Sliinnston, are the guest^i of tho for
mer's sister. Mrs. C. E. Hutchinson
at Sonnencroft.
Mr. A. B. Scott Is ill of tonsolitin
a I Ills home in Jefferson Street.
Mrs. Ira L. Smith returned last even
ing from Morgantown, where she had
spent several days with relatives.
Mrs. Frank P. Kelley and son James
left today for Mineral county, where
they will remain until the holidays. Mr.
Kelley will joi nthem there for Christ
mas. ,
Battleships
Are Equipped
Says Daniels
TOLD NAVAL COMMITTEE THAT
RESERVE SHIPS ARE NOT
SUPPLIED.
HIS DISCUSSION OF AFFAIRS COV
ERED A VARIETY OF
SUBJECTS.
Bt Associated Pbess.J
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14.?Secretary
Daniols today the House naval com
mittee that while all battleships in re
serve were not supplied with shells,
every dreadnaught an every other bat
tleship in active line was equipped, j
but did not, however, have an ade- j
quate reserve supply.
"That," said the secretary, "is no i
navy Becret."
Mr. Daniels, on his third day of dis
cussion of naval affairs with the com
mittee, covered a variety of subjects.
He declared the navy was making tor
pfedoes at Newport for $5,000 each,
more than $1,000 loss than the price
at wliich private concerns supply
them, asked that tho committee au
thorize more than si* new destroyers
in view of the priccs at which Satur
day's bids were accepted; told that
the board was making tests of a new
shell promising great results from at
tacking submarines and urged an ap
propriation of $500,000 for a govern
ment projectile plant.
"The private manufacturers charge
all thSy can get. The question of
cost does not enter into It," he said.
Kaiser to Undergo
Tferoat Operation
By Associated Press.
GENEVA. Switzerland, Dee. 14.?A
report reached Basil from Berlin this
morning that Emperor William will be
obliged to undergo an operation of tho
throat when he has sufficiently recov
ered from his recent Illness, which Is
not considered serious.
The doctors, however, consider that
it would be inadvisable for his ma
jesty to return to the front for several
weeks and he probably will spend
Christmas at home.
Crown Prince Frederick William,
the report from tho capital says, has
arrived in Berlin.
Bavarian Troops
Have Mutinied
By Associated Press.
AMSTERDAM, via London, Dec. 14.
?A dispatch from Antwerp says re
ports are current there of a mutiny
on the part of the Bavarian troops gar
risoned in the city. While the story
is not conflrmed it .Is a fact that the
Bavarian barracks have been closed
to outsiders.
DR. A. 6. SMITH
OSTEOPATH and EYE SPECIALIST
/All disea*es successfully treated
Without drag* or surgical operatioa.
'{OuSei of alT kinds oorrectly fitted
ii^Kuaraateediiatisfaetory. ijjSSM
New Suit Arrivals!
Ribbon Novelties a
$25 Values for $15
Jaunty Short Jacket Models, made of fine Bi
' * &
cloth, trimmed with genuine Fur, in Militi
style, extraordinary value, for
Genuine Hindu Lynx Coats at $17.50
That warm, soft Fur Fabric in Black, Blue and Dart
Green, lined throughout with guaranteed heavy
Satin
A Fox Trot Coat for $10.00
Made of heavy English Mixtures, in the newe
Plaids and Checks, cut in the popular Fox Tntf
effect $10.0fl
Furs
Waists
Petticoats
Umbrellas
Sweaters
Gifts A-Plenty Here
Handkerchiefs
Purses
Fancy Nic-Nacs
OSGOOD'S
312 Main
"iion from December 1, lSl-l^waa jass
ed today by (he Senate. it'jiSjijg goes
TIME IS EXTENDED.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14.?An
amendment to the war tax bill pro
viding tlmt no "penalty shall be im
posed for failure to make returns on
or before January 1, 1915, an exten
Christmas
Fruit Cake, Pastry,
Candies, Loose Boxes
or Baskets
Everything
Home Made at
XMAS PICTURES
Out of the ordinary beau
tiful and useful gifts.
Framing order# given
prompt attention.
Jacobs Bidg.
Opposite Posfofflce
A-SiIverPIatedWare *
that \y fll Last a Lifetime
V-A . 1847
ROGER BRO. 1
\ Baby Spoons ....... :5Qg
\ 6 Knives and Forks ;. $5.00
* , Cold Meat Fork ||g?
^ Gravy Ladle
Long Pickle Fork ... v8l$s
\ Pie Knife
J 6 Tea Spoons ....... liTSjj
fjijgi 6 Bouillon Spoons.... 3.50
||?, Carving Set 7.50;
IkA 6 Butter Spreaders .. 3129
iMnW ? Salad Forks ;3^ffi
n?M pala<|H
y JEWELRY STOReI
232 Main St. Fairajogji
Choistmas Lei
Here's where your particular taste li given a choice
fancy and plain Writing Papers, Christmas Letters,'{Chrii
and 'Seals. Our Christmas package Box Paper. rajM
from twenty five cents to the more elaborate at two',<fo(
mas Letters at 5c, 10c and 15o.

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