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P| Filled With
JBffsm* jam toy bean here, yon
I Meaot what a world of
r'V 'h ***** tM* w* Economy
?'-V||. -IHWN) !? tetiy for yon. POUR
' "M* atoply flocltlag to this Economy
pi" ; With their Christina* lslts
PS -'jwll DMi?e of o<w *a"t stocks and
p??;',. : ?jwrep prices this 1b truly THE
P .; STORE for you to do your ChrlstIMMUhOPPteg.
I I I Beaming Today This
Evenings Un
KM If You Want Som
tor Women
E,v:> What could bo more Bousible
. than a warm winter coat of soft,
|i watty wool velour, in black, navy,
, blown, taupe, groen and burgundy
i,i ? Bieui, uuny, mr or
plush collar? We have n group of
such coats each, that arc really
worth up to $80.
At f 16.50
Girls9 Coats
At Reduced Prices
A group of about two hundred
coats from our regular- stock and
new arrivals have beev ' repriced
away below their regular prices.
Sites 2 to 6 years $2.98
Sites 2 to 9 years $3.98
Sizes # to 14 years $4.50
Sites 6 to 14 years $y6-98
By the Thousands
Boxed or bulk handgerchicts, piled
(lead high, booths just tilled with
them. Every kind for mother, broth ,
er, sister, dad and the little kiddies, j
New embroideries, new borders, <
hemstitched; most of them in at-;
tractive and dainty boxes, at 5c,
10c, 25c, 50c 76e, $1,00, $1.25 and
$1.50 bexi
I ' ?
$ ' trr*' _ I
II 111 El HI
M: ":<? rn?i
| Interesting Holiday Pro'
?ram to be Presented
!v W Tomorrow
mi' ?
-i"-. Christmas program ot unusual interest
and which has required much
C1 - preparation will be given in the High
K.1 school auditorium tomorrow mornlug
at 1^:30 o'clock. It will be the last
i^hool event betore the ChriBtmas va
program -will be as follows: I
School play, "The Gitt o? Time," story
F, Spider, double quartette.
The. feature of the program will be
the aohool play entitled the "Gift of
Time," and will take up almost the
whole morning program. The play la
composed of many characters, with all
classes represented. For two ^eeke,
the members of the' cast, under the excellent
supervision of Miss Pearl
Hodges, have been rehearsing for the
^Admission to the play tomorrow
Hunting is free. All visitors will be
ftetcomed, especially the patrons of
the school.
The characters are as follows:
Slather Time .'...Raymond Salvati
Blather Christmas Orrla CurtlB
Blather Old Year Paul Stevens
Mortal James Carpenter
- Present Dorothy McKay
. Ppst .Ruby Moran
Future. Agnes Talbott
Months: LmH.s ttnefc. Mam, sh,,t.
tlJes worth. Lucille Hamilton Kathryn
Rlggleman, Martha Kigbt, Marian
Xnimer, Jane Snter, Euplen Prunty,
SJlxabeth Teter, Ruth Feathef, GoneVthve
Cordray. Lula Goode.
Night Honrs: Edith Hlte, Mary Bennett,
Myrtle Hoover, Mildred Coogle.
Ides Bo sunn an, Martha Johnson,
ftuoes Ollker, Leratne Anltman. Elsie
UMld? Ruth Pollitt, Madeline Brown,
Days: Pauline Boggess, Frances
HU1, Sarah Watts, Margaret Knight,
I ? t
m* - Aosomieiy Kemtvesj
I Iadigestion. Druggists
Xmas Gifts
Store Will Keep Open
til Christmas.
e Practical Gift
mil I IWWWIB??????i
Kimonos and
Bath Robes
Women's flannelette, crepe and
duckling fleece kimonos at ... $1.00
Women's heavy flannelette duckling
fleece and crepe kimonos In
endless array of colorings at $1.50 !
Women's Beacon Blanket Bath
Robes, satin trimmed, tie cord and j
tassel t.... $2.98
Children's Bath Robes 2 to'6 $l!oo
Children's Bath Robes G to 14 $1.50
\f 'yCoRN? * "
Daisy Rosenmerkle, Ruth Johnson,
Onal Smith. Wllln rllllno T im.
Anna Lewis. Josephine Deveny, Metta
? WE M
? About the spirit of Christmas gtvl
& n? sensible ami useful gifts, sultt
your instant approval. THIS IS
M Every article purchased here
If your wants are not listed
Sterling Silver Hat Pins 20c.
& Solid Gold Bahy Rings 60c.
Ladles' Solid Gold BIrthstone
& Rings. $2.00.
vv Ladles' Solid Gold RlngB Set
gg with genuine Cameo, $3.50.
^ Solid Gold La Vallieres, $2.00
and upward.
fR Gold Filled and Sterling Photo
W Cases, $3.75 upward.
& Traveling Sets ^
?5 Safety Razors
W Collar Boxes
W We are local agents for Aleth
[ 35^ chine In the world. Excels In to
W decided on for Christmas, you'?w
S: sach. Right now before Cbrlstm
appeal to you.
1 S\ 1
I 22
(Continued From Pace
Mines, formerly of Montane, a eoal
miner, was the nest witness. He gave
the boy a good recommendation. Mr.
Carpenter testified as to certain 10
and-12 gnage guns being owned In the
"community. He gave detailed testimony
as to gun shells.
Thomas Bowers, of Montana Mines,
was called and testified as to a number
of residents in that section having
12-guage guns In their possession.
P. P. Lipson, pawn broker, testiffed
that he sells 10-guage shells.
Fred Wilson, a fireman, of Morgan.
Mines, testified that he never heard
i. at. ? .t.__ I
iMiyuuuB uauriiucuMkUi iuo uvy p cuor- i \
acter. He teitifled that be had en-11
Joyed a good reputation In the community
prior to his being charged with
this offense. Mr. Wilson testified
that a number of foreigners live In the
houses at Morgan's Mines.
W. E. Michael, a teacher of Marion
county for 14 years, was called. Mr.
Michael at the present time Is one of
the acting county superintendents of
schools of Marion county. Mr. Michael
is a teacher at the Rlvesvllle
school. He testified that he became
ncqualnted with Connutte in the autumn
of 1915. As far as he knew Connutte's
reputation was excellent prior
to the time of the alleged offense. Connutte
attended the school he taughfc-v
Dr. C. M. Ramagc. physician and
rurgeon, the new head of the Fairmont
Hospital, testified that he was acquainted
with the Henry B. Morgan
premises. Dr. Hamage formerly taught
school in that section and has done
considerable rabbit hunting thereabouts.
At considerable length Dr.
Ramage explained the ".'ay of the land"
In that section.
Dr. Ramage located the cherry tree
mentioned in tho case and testified
that it was closer to the keyser home
than to the Morgan home and can be
seen from the Keysqr home. The Mor;
gan home is located back of a ridge
I nr^l the tree cannot be seen from the
! Morean home. T)r Btimaw
as to 10-guage shot guns being owned
by a number of people in this section.
Some of tho shells he used appeared
ti< be similar to those found in the codefendant's
Prosecuting Attorney W. R. Daggerty
then proceeded to cross-examine
.the witness. Dr. Rnmage admitted
that he was u friend of Mr. Morgan,
but testified that he went to the Henry
Ls. Morgan home at the request of Attorney
Meredith. He denied that he
bad gathered evidence in the case, excepting
as to the topography of the
premises on which the alleged shooting
occurred. He told of the purchase
cf two 10-guuge guns one of which he
secured and the other one Mr. Morgan
I secured. Dr. Ramage told of a number
! of foreigners occupying houses near
the Morgan farm.
Dr. Ramage testified (hat he knew
; Connutte for six years and "he gave
1 him a good reputation of peace and
good behavior generally.
I Reuben W. Connutte, father of the
' boy, testified that he came to West
I Virginia in 1901 from Lawrence county,
O. The father said the boy's mpthi
er died in May, 1912.
The accused will be seventeen
years old on Thursday of this week.
Mr. Connutte said his father was a native
of Virginia and later located in
Kentucky. This evidence was introduced
to show that the boy was a native
Americau. Mr. Connutte said the
accused has two brothers in the United
States army at the present time.
Mr. Connutte testified that he waB a
I miner ana was employed at Montana
The father told of his boy's visit to
' the home on the afternoon of the day
I of the alleged murder. Connutte came
home between 3 and 4 o'clock and left
1 for the Morgan home about 7 o'clock.
Monday Afternoon
After the court ruled out tho
ng. We are not in the spirit business. B
ible for any member of the family, and
i is exactly what we say it is. "If it do
here, we will take pleasure in showing yi
Military Sets Waldemar
Chains and Knives
$t.00 upward.
liaoy Necklaces* locket and
chain, $100 upward.
!>ents' Leather Belts with Silver
Buckles, $1.50 and up.
Soldiers' > Wrist Watches, $4.50
and upward, guaranteed quality.
Toilet Sets
Cigarette Cases ^
Shavlnor Stands
j Photo Frames I
etone, Kettrophone and theSONORA
ne, quality and workmanship. It it is a
ill make no mistake'by calling and hav<
as, when you need all o( your dollars ou
K. HUrr
5 Madison St. Oj:
December 18,1917.
many as possible of our fi
any especially Attractive <
you that TODAY and TO
the remarkable offering i
Chine Waists at $3.25 ani
comfortable and of real s
months as QtulSak i
one of our 5lyll$H i
We Can Truthfully 8tate?That:
tho stocks that can now he seen li
plenlshment sasbles us to keep tt
CARD in point ot wide assortment
Whrm W
Briefly, these are belted or tul
plain tailored or tnr trimmed stylei
for wear right now, for they are i
predated for their warmth and
brown, green, navy and black. M
las, pom poms, broadcloths, etc.
*21.76, *24.75 and 127.75.
SUITS?Also at Greatlj
* At $14.50, sold at $21.'
$23.50 and $25.00. $19.71
$30.00. $23.75 sold at $3C
testimony In regard to the fox-hunt- i
ere on Monday afternoon. Sheriff A.
M. Glover was recalled. The sheriff
was questioned in detail as to who
was at the ICeyser residence after
the alleged crime. Sheriff Glover
testified to the finding of several 12gauge
gun shells. A revolver was
found on a dresser. Ho was asked liy
Major Necly whose finger prints
were on the freshly oiled gun. Sheriff
Glover replied that, he did not know.
Sheriff Glover recalled that Will Keyser
had said that they were his fingerprluts.
He picked up the gun in an
unaccustomed place in tbo co-defendant's
barn and so explained to
the sheriff how his finger prints got
on the gun.
The 10-gauge and 12-gauge guns
were placed on exhibition and iden-i
titled by the sheriff as the firearms
that ho had got on the premises in
The next witness was Dr. George
Yost, of Rivesvllle, who was recalled.
He told how Thorn had been shot in
the back of the leg. Large wounds
were made by the shells. Largesized
shots the physician found' on
the opposite side of the leg.
James Ha^hurst, a brother to Harvey
Hayhurst, one of the men that
was killed, testified as to the. group
of little foxhunters that were' assembon
the "Henry B. Morgan farm on the
night of September 15, when the alleged
homicide occurred. He said be
was a resident of Mononagiln county.
He told how his brother and Thorn
were assembled below the fire when
bullets struck them.
James Powell, of near Rivesvllle,
testified as to the finding of bullets
in a tree. Prosecuting Attorney Hag
gerty maeavoreu to araw from tne
witness the exact size of the bullets
which he failed to do with any degree
of exatcness. The answers Powel
made to the questions failed to elucidate
the matter which was finally
dropped by the prosecuting attorney.
R. C. Jones, the Fairmont undertaker,
testified to extracting a shot
from the body of Thorn. There were ]
g I
ut we do have a gorgeous array Jg 1
at a price that will meot with S ;
Pi I
n't make good, we will." & <
ju even if you don't buy. g? j
Ladles' Gold Filled Wrist Watch !
es, quality guaranteed, $7.50. V* j
Solid Gold La Vallleres set with g j
genuine diamond $3.75 upward. j
Rosaries and prayer books, $1 ^ j
liitu U];naiu. 3L| j
Genuine Latausca Pearl Necks, J
$2.50 upward. W !
Manicure Sets 76c upward. 33 j
Meerschaum and Amber Pipes ?S J
Traveling Bags 7K j
Vanity Cases M j
Sewing Sets ]
SfGS $3.751
the most beautiful talking ma- ! t:
talking machine that you have SJ'
> us demonstrate the qualities of ;
r liberal small payment plan will ; |;
at I
>p. Watson Hotel 1 |
i we are anxious to have as
iends to take advantage of
Offers?we want to remind
MORROW are the days of
n Georgette and Crepe de
I $5.00.
H US?There is nothing so
ervice during the next few
Serviceable COATS
a aver in our history have wo carried
t our Earmont sections?constant r ?.
icse sections RIGHT UP TO STANa
and attractive pricings.
inter Coats
I flare models; full and halt lines;
r?Just the sort of coats women want
varm, comfy kinds,that are best apstyle.
In taupe.'burgundy, plum,
aterials Include woo) velours, buretSpecial
prices $11.76'; $14.76 519.78.
_______ __ Things Wo
r Reduced Prices.
75. $17.50 sold at ^flffiEg
5 sold at $27.00 to P1,p
. AA , AA Better Valuei
1.00 to $35.00. pri
other shots In the body also. He testified
that they were made of shot gun
wounds. The wounds were in the
right leg. Attorney Meredith asked
Mr. Jones on .cross-examination
whether all of the wounds wero made
by the same gauged shells. He
thought that they were the same.
The defense asked for the recall of
Sheriff Glover. Major Neely asked if
)ie was at the residence when Jphn
Keyser went to his home between 2
? Save a L
| Twelve J
I You WGe
| One Lum
8' J'
SK You may joi
Cv pla(!c 1 Members p
SX V^ldoS A week and ii
I Class 1A
n Members pi
& Cla8S 4 w?k, acd 1
?V set
I_, . Memoeri
Class 2A %z\)
1 Class 25 Fixed
Class 50 Fixed
Class 100 Fixe
Our Christmas club is
tematic manner. The an
burden, but it is large eno
mas fund, and best of al
a program to save by.
Every member of the i
-nonniaa ninlrala oviri rlimn
jp Christmas Saving Club, ?
$ a long ways in educating:
8 start in life. Remember t
pt Read that last sentence
| A SI
& Four per cent
js regularly or in a<
Eg Your first deposit mak
?? trouble.
I s
I Fairm
I ; 8. D. BRADY H. L.
v--_";? ^ v-;
Our stock just replenish
portuuity for satisfactory s
for on your gift list
$3.00, $3.50,:
We h?T? little DOLL SHOP h
aertrlceable?making an Ideal gilt ft
51-50 and $2.00.
** ?~~ Tomorrow lNlSj
Will These I
HANDKERCHIEFS?oe course, and
such values.'
KNITTING BAGS?Most attractive I
UMBRELLAS?Always acceptable a:
are sure they are the very latest.
SILK HOSIERY?Nothing could posi
imen Wear
XUDiajl Camisoles ?.v.
.iiji70| Teddys ...... ..
^f Bloomers, $3 to $1
s^at Lower 00mbination Suits :
and 3 o'clock on the morning in
The State closed it case at 4:20
yesterday afternoon. The defense
opened its case immediately by putting
character witness on the stand
for Connutte. Among those called
were Dr. Fred W. Hill, of Montana
Mines, who swore he knew Connutte
15 years. M. M. Malone, of Bellalre,
formerly of Montana Mines, and engineer
Cor the Consolidation Coal
ittle Each
Months in
t All Your Moi
ip Sum With 4%
list Before Christma
in one or more of the follov
aylng 1 cent the first week, 2 cents
icreaslng 1 cent each week for fitly nee
> starting with 60 cents the first weel
nd week, and decreasing X cent each we
'111 get ^
aylng 2 cents the first week, 4 cents
increasing 2 cents each week for fifty
s starting with 61.00 the first week, $1
week, and decreasing 2 cents each wei
HI get
I Members paying 25 cents a week 11
I fifty weeks will get
I Members paying 60 cents a week
fifty weeks will get
, J Members paying $1.00 a week fixe
U weeks will get
a big popular plan to encoui
nount you save*each week is
ugh in the course of a year to
I it forms the habit of savinj
'amily ought to have their na
s that go for candy and nickr
md allowed to accumulate fi
i young man or woman,and gi
again and then come to this
interest added if all payi
i t
es you a full fledged member.
uni oiaic
M, President C. H. JENKII
Amm TkllivViia IthU WaaV ' - $1
SjpQu INlglilo XH1B ?Y 0CK 1
J4.2S, $5.00 I
ere?they ere cat*, emueln* *afc 1
ir the little folks. *Oc, 790, *140,
Oloto Silk
[ara Maid Hosiery
i i
telp You?
nowhere such assortment! mad
md moat uafu! and different,
ad^tbese are just arrived so yon
ibly ho more useful and tiTe mora
mmmmmmmmrnm > ' '
t t ;
EAR "Niagara Maid" *
....... $1.25 up to $2.50
$3.00 to $4.75
i.25. Vests $2.00 to $3.00
mmmwmmJ J
Company, laid he knew the boy for \ J
years. Both of the witnessed gate 1
the young man an excellent re com- II
mcndation as to character prior to
the time he was charged with this ,fl
offense. Prosecuting Attorney Haggerty
asked Mr. Malone If he had
beard the report that Connutte bad
beat a school teacher. Mr. Melons
said that he had never heard such
a report. Court then adjourned until "
9 o'clock this morning.
Week? ;
the ^ear !
f/ui l.l^ IO I u I
pip4 J I
tiey Back In 1
3 Interest j 1
ring classes:
the second t19 7C
iks will set Y ? / O
fc 49 cents
?k for arty $12.75 , jp|?
the seeond _ . _
nra?b? will kHB En *W 9
"" 8 1
i cents the K 1
* tor ?fty $25.50 8- il
?a lor $12.50 1 |
toed, fcr $25.00 g J
?. tot ?'y $50.00 g! I
age you to save in a sys- g j
not so large .a? to be a & J
jmiKe a mcejittie uirist- ffi .,.: |
I regularly. It gives you - 8 ^
me on this club roll. The ?$ "M
lacks,'if put into this ga
om year to year will go - jw ;1
ving them a worth while fti ' U
bank and start saving, gi ^
ments are made
No fees. No fines. No S ."fl
Bank 1 |
MS, VlM Pre?ld#nfc 'jil
MOLE. Awt CMhielb S'' 'Si

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