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and Surgical Institute,'
at my expense, - . R.
rk, by letUr or personally
' D? Buffalo, New YorkT
?jeineinber year daughters womenare subject to
-the.same sufferings?to the headaches, backaches, hot flashes, dizziness,
extreme nervousness, low spirits? lassitude?which afflict so many women
at times. But the condition indicated by these symptoms may De reme
gclied if the proper help is sought promptly.
DR. PIERCE'S
Favorite Prescription
fin Tablet or Liquid Form}
WB&P.M* wMih. ?
^BS
is prepared under the direction and according to the directions of a physi
cian of Jong and varied experience in the treatment of the troubles of the
organs peculiar to women. It is soothing and strengthening. It is, in
v deed, a restorative, invigorating tonic which hai. lasting good effect
upon the health and strength of women. Weak women are made
stronger; sick women healthier by use of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Daughters Given Health
tftfwlth pleasure that I write you a testimonial of
r'Favorite Prescription' has done for mo and for
Tor |
N?." g
'? Of J
ay two oldeat daughter*,'
writes Mrs. Ola Kirknian, u,
A lloona. Wilson County,
JCdiu. ' I would not have my
only boy if it had not been
for Dh Plerco'a Favorite
Prescription and 'Pleaiant
Pellets.' I alao recommend
'Favorlto Prescription- to
moth era who have arlrto luat
turning Into womanhood. I
cavo U to my oldest duugh*
ten, and It worked like a
charm. Jhey are now stout,
he?Ithy younff ladle*, and I
vrlll always recommend tbla
remedy to my friends and to
nil who suffer from female
complaints."
For over forty year* Dr. Pierced Favor
ite Prescription has given universal satis
faction. Wow it may be obtained in either
liquid or tablet form from all dealers in
medicines?or send 50 one-cent stamps
for a trial box of the tablets to Dr. Pierce.
?aBaaBUHBanHMBMBBMBBBS
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant?Pellets help and
regulate stomach, liver and bowels.
One to three tiny granules to a dose.
Pleasant to take as candy.
!opeless Misery Prevails
In Belgium, Says Editor
In Charge First Food Ship
pifl.ooo WOMEN IN BEDROOM
8BREB8; SHIVERING IN SNOW I
AT ANTWERP, HE SAYS. I
|?WiOFHC|ALs DRINK WINE!
MERRY DURING!
3QE^E8?0F MISERY, EYEWIT-'
fl^Bi.^CENES WERE SEEN IN I
HOLLAND?REFINED SLEEP IN I
"^t/TAL*"? THE C0ARSE*ANDj
wT.9^^', Dec. '2S.?Theodore
?rs; < secretary of the Christian
ng^ .wtin change of the first
<l?r - -aent "BeTgiuni:' re
'?S^*Cunaraer Trf'n3.vlvania.
of the Belgian people,
iSgifeMifrfos beyond descrip
added that so far as he
d|.??Y,ed.';-the Germans were not
jjtoefatar^ing people one ounce
?,^H?-e!St"um he described as
In the brilliantly
W^fes oC Brussels and Antwerp,
^the; German officers drink
"jmake merry, while out in
fewomen- and children anil
??"hpily watch the feastins.
iv-8^.6^111 Belgium," Mr. Wa
"anc' I have witnessed
?jMch.-I hope never to see
heard the sound of the
SjtSeifor^distance to be sure,
tjietcltiea, towns and villages
^eengthe hp-voc which those
iroduced. Worse,-1 have wit
gtoe^hopeiess misery of the
"''Woft behind to mourn.
graBfe.*1 ?%?: Jaore u?n 1,000
bedroom slippers, shiv
~ fe6now and slush, waiting
'Ojbe doled out to them un
a hotel where
warmly clad soldiers drank
si5>p^>-. In Mechlin, under
the razed cathedral,
an^ children gaz
>|ruins of houses that once
[".i,begging something to
j!|aBsed. One the road to
, -)va overtook thousands
?. dejectodiy to villages where
food tor those already
kjels we saw women holding
cold'street corners begging
Po^tooaii ' We visited. the
and saw tho
BKb^ericans handed out
meagre rations. They came
from;,?11 directions and the
rtheit-isabres was a sad ac
fr
it" tO their sadder thoughts
rye sore ,feet, burning feet, swol
^WA**t-smelling foot, tlrod
J\
jy corns, callouses, bunions and
raw spots. No
more shoe tight
ly,;"* ness, no more limp
ing with pain or
drawing up your
, face in agony.
,j "TIZ" i, rXagicil,
O acts right iff.
Iv .f'TIZ" draws -out
i 431 the poisonous
' exudations which
_ r puff up tho feet.
Use "T1Z" and for
41^4 get : .vo ur* foot
^^comfortable your feet
" w at
e-Don'i)
) good feet, fflad feet, feet
n^er get
tyticamfort guaranteed
I for none spoke, cxccpt to murmur,
j "Thank you,- monsieur."
"In Holland T found thousands of
: men, women and children from Bel
! gium huddled in camps on barges,
j some refined, some coarse and brutal
j izod, all sleeping together without par
! titions to give the least privacy."
The Notre Dame Order of Nuns,
who have a large convent in Bel
| giuiu say their sisters there are starv
ing, ^claiming that the German sol
| diers eat tho American food that Is
sent for relief.
Life Sentence for
Italian Murderer
CLARKSBURG, Doc. 2S.?Carlo De
' mclo, an Italian found guilty recently
by a jury in tlie criminal court of tho
murder of Nicola Simonetti October
7 at Roynoldsvllle and recommended
for life Imprisonment in the atsto
penitentiary at Motmdsville was for
mally sentenced Saturday morning by
Judge James W. Robinson. Demolo
confessed to the murder, too, and
were given life sentences. All three
will be taken to the penitentiary soon.
Gilmer County Town
Visited by Bad Fire
GLENV1LLE, Dec. 28.?Fire broke
out in Lloyd Gainer's restaurant at
8:30 o'clock Saturday morning and
entirely destroyed the building. Tho
I flames spread to tho A. W. Goff gen
1 eral storo, which was also consumed.
By heroic work of citizens the Glen
villo Banking and Trust Company's
j building, Central hotel and Pathfinder
i office were saved. The total loss
I i? about $7,500, with insurance of $3,
' KOO on A. W. Golf's stock of merchan
dlse.
PROMINENT C. E. WORKER.
Rev. Chas. Hubbell, D. D., of Ad
rian, Micli., field secretary of Young
People's Societios of the M. P. de
nomination, died several days ago at
his home. News of his death was
received here Saturday in a message
to Dr. J. C. Broom field. No details
were givon. Dr. Hubbell has visited
tills city frequently in an official ca
pacity.
FORM BOARD OF TRADE.
HARR1SVILLE, W. Va? Dec. 28 ?
A board of trade, consisting of more
than 100 nctlve members and a num
ber of_honorary members, has been
organized here, witli Judge Homer
B. Woods, president; S. A. Powell,
vice president, and R. B. Zinn, secre
tary.
Death Calls
Mrs. Skinner
PROMINENT WOMAN OF THE
CITY DIES AT BROTHER'S
HOME IN REXVILLE, N. Y.
Mrs. Josephine A. Skinner, wife of
the late Charles L. Skinner, and one
of the most prominent women of the
city, died on Saturday afternoon In.
Rexville, N. Y., at roe home of her
brother. Father John E. Casoy, where
she had been ill for several months.
Mrs. Skinner's death followed a
long illness. She was taken ill last
spring while In this city and for sev
eral weeks was in a serious condi
tion at her apartments in the Watson
hotel. She partially recovered, how
ever, and spent the summer,with rel
atives at points in Pennsylvania and
New York, expecting to return hero
last fall.
However, while at the home of her
brother she becamo worse and liad
since been in a hopeless condition.
At times she remained in a comatose
state for weeks, but rallied on sever
al occasions and conversed with mem
ories of her family. Several days ago
she began to sink rapidly and it was ,
known that the end was a question
of but a few hours.
Mrs. Skinner was formerly Miss
Josephine Casey and 'came to this j
city with her husband Charles L. Skin- j
nor about twonty-flve years ago from 1
Pennsylvania.' Mr; Skinner was fori
many years proprietor of Skinner's j
Tavern here, and it was under his !
management that the hostelry became
famous throughout this and adjacont
states. Later he became proprietor of
the Watson hotel and it was during
his residence there that his death j
occurred. Mrs. Skinner had since |
resided at the Watson.
Deceased is survived by .a brother, j
Father Casey, and a sister, Miss Nora
| Casey, both of Rexville. Her parents
I and one sister are deceased. An aunc, j
Mrs. Mary O'Hearn, of DuBois, died
I in October shortly after Mrs. Skin
ner had left her home after a lengthy
visit. However, she had never been
; apprised of the sad intelligence.
Mrs. Skinner was well known
throughout this community and the
i news of her serious illness had oc
casioned much solicitation on the part
of her friends. When the news of
'her death reached here Saturday ev
ening it carried with It a burden of
sorrow and deep regret.
The Tematfls of Mrs. Skinner, ac
companied by her brother, will ar
rive here Wednesday from Rexville,
and will betaken to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Bennett on Jack
son and Madison streets.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday morning from St. Peter's
Catholic church at 9 o'clock and in
- "Little Lost Sister," at The Gran d New Year's, Matinee and Night.
termcnt will be made In Holy Crosi
cemetery under the direction ot Un
dertaker R. C. Jones.
Baptist Choir
Renders Fine
Song Service
LARGE CHORUS IN SPLENDID
VOICE DELIGHTS BIG
AUDIENCE.
SPECIAL PROGRAM OF CHRIST
MAS ANTHEMS AND SOLOS
WAS SUNG.
An evening of song was observed at
the First Baptist Church Sunday eve
rting, when the large chorus choir, un
der the direction of Miss ICatherina
llough, the chorister and assisted by
FIGHTING IN FLANDERS.
Belgian Troops Using Wil
low Trees on Sand Dunes.
Photo by American Press Association.
J.Irs. R. M. Abbott of Klngwood and
Mrs. Ed. Davis rendered In a splendid
manner, a Christmas program of un
usual merit. The chorus as well as
Ihe soloists were in splendid voice and
the entire program was excellent and
was enjoyed by a large audience, the
auditorium and lecture room both be
ing utilized for the service.
Mrs. Minor Dunham, organist as
sisted by Mr. Harry Conncll on the
violin, rendered several beautiful se
lections' in an artistic manner.
A splendidly selected program of
Christmas anthem was sung and a solo
"Angels from the Realm of Glory, was
sung by Miss Hough. In Iter usual
fplendld manner. The other soloists
were Mrs. Ed. Davis, Mrs. R. M. Ab
bott and Dr. C. H. Neill.
The personal of the choir is as fol
lows:
Sopranos: Misses Katharine Hough.
Ida Stone, Elizabeth Stone, Josephine
Snider, Virtue Horner, Mamie Clark,
Eugenia Clark, Nellie Mclntlre, Graca
Randolph. Mrs. Ed. Davis, Mrs. Mit
chell MUls.
Altos: Mrs. R. M. Abbott, Wllla
Vanglider, Pauline Snider.
Tenors: Messrs. Elbert Klnkead,
Carl Pressman, H. J. Hartley.
Bassos: Dr. C. H. Neill, Minor Dun
ham. Ray Toothman, Fay Merrlfield,
L. G. Roop.
To Confer With
U.S. Engineers
LOCAL COMMITTEE WILL GO TO
PITTSBURGH TO DISCUSS
HARBOR CHANGES.
Secretary Cliarles W. Evans and
Sam R. Nuzum, members of the com
mittee appointed by the Fairmont
Chamber of Commerce, will gro to
Jl'itsburgh Thursday, where tliey will
hold a conference with Assistant
United States Engineer A. B. Mc
Grew in reference to the harbor line
in Fairmont. This conference has
boen occasioned by the request of
the Baltimore & Ohio raoilroad com
pany that the local Chamber of Com
merce recommend to the engineers
the filling to bo made by tho railroad
spmpany instead of a retaining wall
i nthe river.
The Chamber of Commerce is an
State of Oh!o. City of Toledo.
Frank J. Cheney make? oath that be la ?enter
partner of tho Arm of P. J. Cheney A Co., do
? fnr baainesH In the City of Toledo. County and
Ftato aforeaald. nnd that aald firm will pay
i the auro of ONB HUNDRED DOLLARS iw
each and every caao of Catarrh that cannot m
cured by the uie of.HoU'a Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CI1ENEY.
8worn to before tdr axi<l aubucrlbed In my
presence, thla 8th day of December, A. D.. 1S?L
Seal. A. W. CLE AS ON.
Notary Public.
Haifa Catarrh Core la taken Internally an?
acta directly upon tha blood and mucous ?"}*"
facea of tha ajatem. Send for teatlmoalaUi
F. I. CHENEY & CO., Totetfo, O.
Sold by an Dm,ct?t?. 70c*
1 Sake Ball', FumU/ PUla for coutlMtVn.
Funeral Held
MRS. THORNTON NUZUM WAS
BURIED YESTERDAY NEAR
HAMMOND.
Mrs. Thornton Nuzum. aged S9, of
Boothsville, who died Friday morning
from diseases Incident to old adge,
was laid at rest in the Nuzum ceme
tery near Hammond yesterday. Fun
eral sen-ices were conducted at the
residence by the Rev. Zumbrunner.
Her husband, aged 95 years, four sons.
12 grandchildren and 12 great grand
children survive her. A large con
course of people attended the fun
eral.
COURT NEWS
Deeds Filed.
Deeds were Saturday filed with the
county clerk for recording as follows:
John II. Dickerson and wife to D. T.
Dlckerson, a parcel of land on Big
Paw Paw Creek in Paw Paw district.
Consideration $50.
Pittsburgh and West irginla Gas
Company to Philadelphia Oil Com
pany certain oil and gas holdings in
Marlon county. Consideration $1,000.
Licenses Issued.
Marriage licenses were Saturday is
sued by the County Clerk as follows:
Fred Smith and Rose Smith, both
of Fairmont.
Itlcliard Anderson, widower, of
Shlunston, and Blanche Stewart, of
Enterprise.
Birth Certificates.
Dr. P. Conaway Saturday filed four
birth certificates with the County,
Clerk for recording.
I Read The West Virginian
It Is on sale ouch evening at
the following placet*:
FAIRMONT.
Fairmont News Agency, Mon
roe street.
Marlon News Agency, Main
street.
A. G. Martin's News Agency,
Main street.
J. H. McCloskey, Drug Store,
liOCUHt avenue.
Hamilton Drug Co., Tenth
street.
J. B. Hose. Main street and
Parks avenue.
Holt's Novelty Store, Main
street.
Olarenco Flslier, Grocer, Mar
ket and Columbia Sts., First
word.
Howard C. Cunningham. Gro
cer. Morcantown Avenue near
Owens' Works.
MANNINGTON
SMITH & MILLAN
News Agency.
FARMINGTON
F. G. Gray, Grocer.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C A. S-T ORIA
Five dollars reward will be p&id'for]
Information leading to recovery : Ojj|
1915 calendars of tho West Virginian
and the Farmers Free Press taken1
from tho room In the Jacobs ;bulldjf
ing formerly occupied by the 'West,
Virginian. The reward wlll^be p%ld;
for information disclosing ..the name!
of tho party or parties taking the cal
endars. " * ?
The West Virginian calendariT^eW
the largest made, sliowlngfitoe^fraij
ous picture, "A Honeyjn"oon|gm^?M
Ice," and the calendars cftajeasilMtiei
identiiled by the printing. ^:j\*?S<[Swg
Mountain State Brand":
Sweet Apple
CIDER
Made by the Morgan County;
Cold Storage Company, of jBerta
ley Springs, W. Va.
The most tiesltMiil.
temperance drink.;,(fe;|Psl???s|
Made from thorough ly.^waslv
ed, selected apples. Qrovvn^j
the great Eastern Pan Han'dJeij
If not carried by, your.flrocei
phone Frank Morgan, elthe
phone. ?
This elder .has Men|tsrte?bj
the Prosecuting Attomej^g
Morgan County and wasappwy
I L? Ul? Ualnn Hnnl'atrnWnl
Empire Roller Rink
OPEN AFTERNOON ANDjgiGHT
We Issue a special Invitation to the parents and guardl?nsigffy3]
people, who thlnk.that a- skating rink is not the proper place for inemjatj
or girls to go. All that we ask Is that they come and
how the rink is conducted as" we post Ively do not tolerate any roQann
or anything that would displease the most fastjdloiis:
A healthful Amusement For" Young and Old -SJot
We can supply you with the best and cheapest goods In'Jhajfi
ket- We make a specialty of Butter, Eggs, Tea and Coffee, F
Oyster. Have you tried our 15c Coffee, 7 lbs. for $1.00. If y
not come to the store mall your orders, goods will bo sent by F
Post.
The Chicago
TheBest Is Cheapest Always
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
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