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| FOOTB
HOKT MAY
I oi CHAMPION
i floor teams;
. Vonnal Team Will Have
I . Most of Old Men
Back.
| HEW MEifi Y.M.C.A.
I High School Will Have a
Stronger Team Than
Last Year.
Prospects for Fairmont's being rep- j
resented with three championship1
basketball teams this year are excel-j
lent. Practice has already started or.
ft half dozen different floors of the '
city and from the best In all the teams 1
^111 be gathered the material for the
Normal five, the Y. 11. C. A. five, and
Jbe High school's performers.
The Normal this year will have
Jtearly the same lineup that last year |
.F fought with West Virginia University !
If Vft three-game battle (or the state chain-'
pionehlp, and lost by- a margin of low |
visibility. eke Davis, all state ceui
ter last year, will he back in school 1
tor the second semester and it is aseured
that some other old timers will
Bi take up their studies at the Normal j
again.
The Normal is a little slow in get-j
; ting practice started this year tor the !
team, although all the men who are!
'expecting to make it are at work in j
other fives in the city. "Sandy" Tooth- j
man, coach of last season's record!
breakers, will again be on the job di-j
recting tho Normal boys this winter.
The schedule for the year includes W. j
| V. U.. D. & E? Wesleyan. Purdue Uni t
pfe; Varsity and a number of other strong |
E teams.
E; Fairmont Y. M. ('. A. last year won j
[ the state championship of independ-1
ent fires with tho Keyser ?"e-1 lewians I
the only real contenders. This year
r the "Y" has McClure. of Ohio State,!
who is making a sensational showing, i
Moore, center on last year Keyser Col- i
ESC iegians, Moerly. of Pennsylvania, anil '
E- all the locnl stars of past years' ag j
a. gregations. Watkins, one of last year's j
EyS-'-. workers, is making a splendid show- t
P.';..' tag this year. The association men j
f are practicing each Tuesday. Thurs-!
' day and Saturday night and sill open!
IT, ' their season with the Pittsburgh Col-j
Iegians December 21.
ipC''- Fairmont High finished third last j
year in the state tournament hold at >
Rfc Buckhannon and is this year expect- j
tag to have a 20 per cent, stronger j
Sj teem. The High school this season is
Rkv coached by Moore, of Vpiansantl Nor
Epa, tnal, and one of the best coaches in the j
pf gtate. The team is already hard at;
f?,<* work getting in shape and will start ;
Ega- Its season with Lumberport next Fril
Say night.
As to Brain Food.
The'more brains a man has the
more he is ig need of brain food.
iC-"'; though not necessarily the kind lie
j??5 would take In through his month. Timi
Rffr is, the best kind of food for the brain
Is the kind we put Into the I,rain inC
stead of the stomach. There isn't much
use to take food for the brain wet
haven't got, anyway.
Well Hidden.
rc . James, three, had it couple of pen|
des.dnd forgot where he put them. He
T Isked his mother If she knew where
?; Uiey were. She said: "I don't know,
p" fames, where did you put tbotn'r" He
|p?;' Vaid: "I don't know, mamma, hut It
' Mil'be a good place, anyway; nobody
i|?- Mil find then,.'
f Flnner Rira in History.
|?,' From the earliest pcri-Hl of civilised
' relationships. tho finger ring lins boon
I*, " accepted as tho pymbol of fidelity end
Sp truth in the fulfillment ol a pledge,
and tor the greater part of 2.(l0o yours
; ' It was used as tho most convenient
Wi-' means for conveying the signet of
the wearer.
| RHEUMATISM
usually yields to the purer blood
ind greater strength which
I
I EMULSION
preates. Its rich oil-food enlivens
'the whole system and strengthens
jj v the organs to throw off the injurious
tcids. Many doctors themlelves
take Scott's Emulsion !
(?nd you must stand firm iff?
against substitutes.
Scott a Bownc, Bloomfietd, N. J. ivo
. MOTOR BOATS
gg& TBBRrTOl'New *nd second-hand
MMM motor boat*. 16 to 40 ft SEpF
Hew and neeond-haad
m*rio" motor p. 2 to 200
a'"; 111 horaepower.
1 Skiffs, IS to 24 foat, in atock and taada to order.
Wa build rrarrthlnr in tbe motor boat line from
ft "coaabont" to a "raiaad deck cruller."
s R. C. PRICE & CO., Motor Boat Builders
fast it Fctaal SL, Natk Sift nTTSBDMB, h.
ALL x
SPORT NOTES
i' j
Newspaper headlines aptly remark
that Speaker leads league in batting.
In a month or so tbey should get a
scoop on the result ot the Yale-Harvard
game.
The Increase In the price of champagne
may cut down the leng^.. of the
National Commlsh meeting.
1-Yed Fulton will accept $10,000 to
box Jobs Willard. Aw right, Fred, but
don't lpf Willard find it nut. Vip'1! u'ont
that, too.
There's one thins: keen shout the
basketball season. Nobody bothers to
pick an all-Amerlcan team.
Jack billon hag opened a cafe in Indianapolis.
Jack's sunny disposition
should drag in a lot of trade.
Joe Stecher says he won't rassel
any more in Chicago. Chicago may
now give the Chautauuue salute.
Dario Resta will get $7,000 and a
silver trophy Bet bario won't take a
second look at the trophy after he gets
his hocks on that check.
Fleming School
Defeats Shinnston
The Fleming school alumni defeated
Shinnston "410 last night on the
Miller school floor. A good sired
crowd saw the game. Cast week the
Fleming hovs defeated Shinnston at
Shinnston 27-13. The Fleming team
Is meeting teams of 125 pounds and all
managers should address Professor
Crowl at the Fleming school. Last
night's lineup:
Fleming Alumni, 34. Shinnston, 10.
Vignaul F Small
Brown F Plggott
Andre C Parsons
Mitchell G Bice
Beach G Griffin
Field goals?Vignaul. 7; Andre, 4;
Brown, 3. Shinnston, Smelt 3: Figgott,
1. Fouls, Vignaul, 6; Smell, 2.
HUNDREDS
OFJEOPLE
ARE NOW PRAISING "OLD HICKORY
TONIC."
Because it quickly put them on the
road to good health. It sharpens the
appetite, enriches the blood and drives
the poisons from kidneys- liver and
bowels. It is rich in Iron and contains
the tonic and purifying principles of
roots, herbs and barks. It is free from
strychnine and other such stimulants.
Old Hickory Tonic is made from the
private formula of a family of doctors
who used it in their own practice for
over a half century. If you are weak,
sickly anil out of sorts, go to your druggist
this very day and buy a good big
bottle. You'll soon admit that you
made a splendid investment. Also
sold In general stores in small towns
and in the country.
FREE AUTO I
INSURANCE
Equip your car with anti-skid
chains and prevent
that accident that
you read about every
day! You know that you
may he next.
A few dollars invested
in a set of chains may
save you hundreds in
damage suits and re
pair bills.
Wo have all sizes in
stock.
FALCON TIRES AND
TUBES ARE BEST
James Specialty Co.
MONROE STREET
Near Fire Department
Rell Phone 500 Con. Phone 304
G&JR&e whe
! V READ -fa' papers.
V A LO~C A6O0T" 5TRIKI
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BOWLING
MIT
PITTJAPTAIN
Twenty Players Receive
Football Letters at Recent
Grid Banquet.
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 8?With the
Peim State game of Thanksgiving Day
having been added to their string
of victories, the University of Pittsburgh's
football team finished their
most, successful season In Pitt grid-j
Iron history. A huge banquet was held
In honor of the eleven Monday evening
at which the letters were award- i
! ed and the captain' of next year's team
elected.
H. Clifford Carlson, regular left end
on the team for the past two years,
was chosen to succeed Captain "Bob"
Peck as leader of the Pantherttes.
"Red," as be Is known to his team- \
mates, is one ot tne nest wingmcn in
the-country and lias been prominent-1
1y mentioned hv many critics on their!
All-American and All-Eastern selec-1
lions. Carlson prepped at. Bellefonto j
Academy and Favctte City. Pa. High 1
school, where his home is. lie is 22 :
years old. stands 5 feet 9 inches, and '
weighs in the neighborhood of 170
pounds. His selection to the captain !
ry was received with much pleasure
by the entire student body.
Twenty men were awarded the Var- j
sity insignia, the largest number given
out in several years. Included in ;
this score of players are seven men
who have participated in their last
game for the Blue and Gold, and their
loss will leave a big hole for Warner
to fill next fall. They are Captain 1
LAD
|
If you want to bu>
I
present and one tt
i ? ?
ciate, let us issue on
certificates, which :
to him and we will
I
ESTABLISHED
MADE TO ORDER
COAT AND T
Single Trousers, $5;
He can come in an
Iect his own cloth i
the way he wants i
Let us be your Sai
See our window di
mas certificate plai
Tho IlnitaH \ih
i iiu uuibim vvi
W. A. HERSC
106 Mai
V" _
/B^RY KtNDA BUSlMESS
Y'RfcAD ) ft A <SOlU" ON A STR\KE
ss! y woocARRieRs, PEANUT
\PECrtlLERS AN.' EVERYIHI
i i 1 I
BO?
Perk, Herron. Thornhlll. Soppttt and
Amnions from tho line and Stahltnan
and Frtcdlander in the barkfield. The
first four mentioned are without doubt
the greatest quartet of linemen that
ever played together on a I'itt team.
Ho wseriously they will be missed can
not he told until next fall, but local
fans are looking for "Pop" Warner to
meet this emergency as he has all others
in the past.
Opera Dating From 1600.
"Eurydire" was the first Italian opera
ever performed In public, and the
work excited an extraordinary amount'
of attention. The score was first published
in Florence In 1600 and was
dedicated to Marie de Medici, and it
was printed in lflOS In Venire, a copy
of the latter being well preserved in
the library of the British museum.
Both Legs Guilty.
Charles had formed the habit of running
off to the neighbors and even to
the nearby stores. As a punishment
for this his mother one day tied him to
the library table, lying one end of the
rope to his leg. the other to the table.
Watching the proceeding with Interest,
he remarked: "Tie th? nover leg, too,
ninmniB. they hof runiied away."
New York's North River.
The name North river was given to
the Hudson in contradistinction to the
Delaware, that was the south boundary
of the Dutch colony, regardless of their
positions toward the cities of New
York and Philadelphia?which, asj
"cities." were then hnhes In arms.
Real Conquest.
The man who. being insulted, ran
bear the insult with composure and
not pay hack with another has
achieved a great conquest in life.? j
Genevio-I.an.
j
TFSst
JL -M?*s e
/ him a valuable
lat he will appree
of our Christmas
you simply present
do the rest
ROUSERS $15
Fancy Vest, $3.50.
y time he likes, semd
have it tailored
it.
ita Claus.
splay of the Christ
n.
)olen Mills Co.
/H, President
in Street
SQUIRREL FOOI
\ /"birr i know a fa-ut"^
\ I in business narteo f06ar1v,
r- ! \ an1 h6 has one strike
, \ auotneft- an'- J
- VI-A
K ^ I *
ONG ]
llOfflili"7
I OFF 10 TOLEDO
| j
Thirty Three Overland
Agents in Trip to Dealers
Convention.
Thirt.v-thres members of the Over- i
| land motor car organization for the j
northern part of West Virginia, guests 11
of the Newcomer Auto Sales company.
| Overland agents for this section of the 1
I state, left yesterday afternoon over
the Pennsylvania In a special rullman 1
| for Pittsburgh, where they will be met
| by other groups coming front all parts '
of the country. The men will go I
! from Pittsburgh to Toledo w here they i
j will be the guests of the Willys Over-'
land rompany at their factory.
At the Overland factory five thou i
i sand dealers will he entertained, making
it the largest affair of Its kind j
over attempted by any company. The !
conference will last from December j
!1 to December 24. but all the dealers
i will not be present at the same time.
I Those leaving here for the trip lastt
I night were:
j J. \V. and L. H. Newcomer. Auto.
I Sales Co.. Clarksburg: F. B. Forshurg
j We6t Union: Leo O. Williams, Sa
lem; J. A. Williams, Salem; J. R. ,
Murphy, West Union; B. D. Douglas,!
Rlkins; James Live. Elklns; Harlass
Turner. Weston; Roy L. Rymer, Wes-!
ton: G. K. Cain. Belineton; L. IT.:
Talhott, Slstersville; M. Mitchell. Sis- j
7,?
!
A Man's
Christmas
Store
Never So Wei
A HAPPY MAN is a j
and a good compani
if he is happy because o
thoughtfulness in buying
mas sift something that.
w C "
what you think he likes, n
body told you he ought tc
The Things Me
Are the Thing
Buy Themse
We know as few others ran
want. For over quarter of a rem
pelting a pretty nearly perfect
tastes and needs of the tnen of F
of something he can wear is as gi
man's pocket?and whoever want
hack and get something else for il
OVERCOATS AND
>Ve have fine and justiliablo cr
Tightness of every overcoat and si
It is a atoek in which you take nr
tiling front thr shearing of the si
ur's last finishing touch.
! Overcoats, $10 to $30.
Suits, $10 to $35.
?First Floor?
SILK HALF HOSE, S
Silk hosiery has come to be o
acceptable of gifts.
We have wonderful assortment!
tunate in procuring some unusuail
the moderate prices of 35c. 50c, tc
AND THE
Smoking Jackets ...$6.00 to $10
Bath Robes $5 to $12.50
Pajamas 50c to $2.00
Sweaters $1.00 to $7.50
Silk Hosiery 25c to $1.00
Silk Shirts $4.00 to $6.00
House Coats $10.00
lilt
Raincoat* vr.v.. $3.00 to $5.00
Bath Robes $3.50
Indian Play Suits $1.00 to $1.50
Mackinaw Coats $5.00
AND ALL KINDS OF T(
)?BY AHERN.
/""if? RJflMV TH' SlfclKES /
/ iM' BeflfeR W5 BOSitieSS y I
*5&ei^-5 T' BE !
OTHER SI
orsvllle: Chas. Higginbotham New'
Martinsville; \V. 12. Clovis. St. Marys;
I. C. Russell. St. Marys; F. 12. Wat- s
f
ton, St. Marys; Gordon P Foughi. j
FVnnsboro: R. M. Morgan. Fairmont; 4
IValter 1., Cook. Grafton; B. 1 Mar- ?
in Grafton. Virgil A. Brown. Morgan- ?'
own; 11 K. Woodley. Gassawaj ; W. o
il. Michaels. Mannington: John Rich- f
irdson, Shitinston; Ray l.ong. Shinns- ;
on; R. F. Rush. Camden; II. Foster t
lartntan, King wood; R Mimes. Buck-! t
lannon; E. J. Estes. James Sperlaltj
o.. Fairmont; John DeBolt. UUt/t-.O' I
ille; John Nuzum. of Nimehi Motor i
Jar t'o. ]
.
Daily Thought.
He ^*ho Invos not his country can | i
orp nothing.?Byron. ^
Quality "j
Purity [
Accuracy I ^
Safety J
Mountain Cil
OPPOSITE CO
I Ready With Chi
ileasing sight
on, especially
f your kind
for his Christ //?\
he likes?not / a
ot what sonu>
\ like. Vv/y
> X'^
n Want |1|p
know, what men
lury we have been
lino on the good I
aifmont. The gift I
and hk money In a * I
pd to take money J nl
Jasht on
SUITS SILK SE
mfidenre in the Almost every m
lit in our stork. men do not indulg
i rh;ilire in any- lnents when buyin
tieop to the tail- All the more re
Bhirta for t'hristmf
Silk Shi
Silk Tiei
SHOES FOl
,TTT?F1 V They may be a
dress or storm we;
no of the most KIioq Store you v
style of thorn or
i and were for- will surely be gra
Iv fine goods at anywhere from $5
i $1.00 a pair. )SE
SUGGESTIONS FOR M
Silk Ties 25c to $2.50 f
Raincoats $5 to $25.00 "J
Dre?s Shirts $1.00 to $5.00 J
Fancy Vests $2.50 to $5.00 >
Gloves $1.00 to $5.00 !
Handkerchiefs .... 10c to $1.00 1
Traveling Bags ... $5.00 to $25 S
T SUGGESTIONS FOR BO^
Caps 60c to $1.00 1
Boy Scout Gloves 60c |
Sweaters 50c to $1.50 ^
Shirts 60c to $1.00
)YS AND BOOKS IN THE T
? M1 - 1 ' '
?ert! rteri.' -this is ^oo>\ ^
HE MAKES ALARM CLOCKS!' ? ,
r - _ -?^ x^rteRe1:
? I A BAKE
I fAOWtg^
> . -rnevpAy
? * ^ v*T5.5oo. i
|jj
PORTS 1
Canny Edinburgh City Fathers.
Edinhurch wns several mendowa
nine in The heart of the city. These
lelds are put to Rood use. In the
princ they nre hay fields, the rropi
elllnc for very respectable sums. too.
nrh year. After the hay harvest ll
ver Edinburgh lets out the meadows
' r other purposes connected with ratin
and farming and adds a hit tnort
o the money thus acquired by the canty
Scotch rulers ot the town.
n '? effectlrs In trsatlri
M nanatsrsl dlloatr(?i
^ * psiDifu-non-peliooooi
BJMlT m W and will stridors
TrfV 1 to > dtjs
old BV narnoisTS.
areel Post It dsslrrd- Price ?1, or 8 Ooltlsi BUS.
MB BVANS CHEMICAL CO., CINCINNATI. O.
'he four elements of suctful
medicines guaran 1
ksr Attw l?kevl ? ?
i ii_y uui lauci Uil ^OUT
scriptions.
ty Drug Co.
LTRT HOUSE
6j Buy Him
Something
To Wear
istmas Cheer
g?|?<%/Aei " f
[IRTS AND TIES
an liken silk ahlrts. but some
e their taste In Buch fine garg
tor themselves.
ason tvhy they appreciate Bilk
is.
rta $4 to $5.00. t ,
B, 50c to $2.50.
ti PRACTICAL MEN
,ny kind of shoes?for street,
ar?and if t.hey come from this
ill not have to blush for the
the service they give. A man
teful for a gift that saves him
.50 to $5.00.
-First Floor-* J I
EN: n
;lannel Shirts ... $1.00 to SS.00
'routers $2.50 to $5.00
Jnderwear 50c to $3.00 '
dacklnaw Coats $5,00 to $12.50
tats $2.00 to $4.00
iupenders and Bolts 50c to $1
Tic and Ho8e Sets . .50c to $2.00
Shoes $3.50 to $6.00
fS:
(nee Pants .... $1.00 to $1.50
ihoes $2.00 to $4.00
illk Ties 25c to $1,00
luito and Overcoats $3.50 to $10
First Floor.
OY STORE?3rd Floor
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* HAPPENS - !
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RY-I'M OOlNfo IN "We
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