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I. WOMAN'S REASON j
[Original.}
i\ There was enough of incident con- ,
centrated in the wedding day of Dr.
Sir: Dmitri TJrbanleff and Katharine Tons- |
i". koi, two young Russians of the rnid? :
die class, for a whole lifetime. Ur- ;
banieff had returned from his medical 1
studies in Paris with a light heart, for
| Katharine was expecting him. and they
? were to be married soon after his ar |
rival.
I? He found domesticated in the home
; of Katharine's father Count Alexievech,
who had some montlis previous
appeared~in the village near by and
who had brought a letter of introduction
to Tonskol. For what lie came \
and how long he proposed to stay he j
gave no information. Dmitri, when he
; found the young man so intimate with j
the family of his sweetheart, was trou- i
bled, but he soon made the discovery j
that Katharine did not like the count,
and this reassured him. Why she did
not fancy her father's guest was n puz- I
gle, for the doctor could see plainly
that the count seemed to desire nor favor.
When Dmitri asked Katharine '
for a reason for her prejudice she save
him no better one than that Alexievech
was "cross eyed." Dmitri kiushcd at
this feminine reason and thousht no
more about the matter.
The morning of the wedding day
brought a shock to the community. A
dozen persons in the vicinity were arrested,
and the most harrowing feature
was that the young doctor, who ;
was to have been married in the evening.
was among them. The prisoners
Instead of being given a trial were hur- |
ried off to Siberia. Count Alexievech
appeared to be as surprised and indig- ;
nant as any one and volunteered to
? start at once for St. Petersburg, where
he claimed to have influence, to procure
the doctor's release.' l'hultri was
earnest in his gratitude and begged
the count to strnlh every nerve to free
Lim before it should be too late. Katli- j
orine could only eiing to her lover, de- j
spa k ing of ever seeing liim again.
After her lover's departure she passed
a few hours In an agony of despair.
/ Then suddenly a desperate resolve took
possession of her. She distrusted the
count's promise. Shortly previous to
the wedding day he had left her father's
house and taken rooms In the
village. Katharine ordered a drosky
and drove to his rooms. Instead of
sending for him to come down she ran
upstairs and knocked at his door. She
found him walking the floor.
"Why are you not on the way to St.
Petersburg?" she asked.
"I was too late for the 10 o'clock
train. There is no other till tomorrow."
"There is a train on the other road at
4 this afternoon. You have only to
drive five miles to it to catch it."
"Eh? Are you sure? I don't believe
there is time."
"There is time. Come. I have a
drosky below. I will drive you myself."
The count began to busy himself
with preparation, making a great deal
of fuss while doing very little. Katharine
saw his revolver lying on a table.
"You will need this," she said, taking
it up and thrusting it in a pocket of
her dress. "Come, we have no time to
spare."
Alexievech, cramming some brushes
into a bag, accompanied her downstairs.
They got into the drosky. Katharine
seized the reins and drove away as
fast as the horse would carry tlicin.
As they were passing through a
wood Katharine complained that her
fingers were numb and asked the count
to take the reins, lie had no sooner
done so than he felt something hard
pressed against his neck and heard the
click of a pistol.
"Fiend," said Katharine, "I know all.
You are one of the chiefs of police and
have been ferreting out this plot. You
have implicated Dmitri to get him
out of the way the better to get me
1n tr? -vnnr r-lntohoc: T Tin to vnn nn;T T
am going to kill you."
*Katliarine! For Leaven's sake, of
what are you accusing mo?"
' Write an order for the release of
Dmitri or I fire."
"But I have no authority."
"Write."
The count, who had by this time
caught a glance of the glrKs desperate
face, took out his notebook, tore out
a leaf, wrote the order and gave it to
her.
"Drop the reins and get out of the
drosky," she said. lie obey oil. and
Katharine, whipping up the hnrso. was
soon out of sight.
She knew that the route the prisoners
had taken was the one she was on.
their conductor intending to take them
on the train she had proposed to the
count to take. She soon overtook the
parry, produced the order, which was
respected, her lover got into the drosky
and they drove homeward. When approaching
the village they saw the
count ahead of them. lie was walking
with liis head bent down on his breast.
When they came up to hint he looked
up as though in a dream. Iunitri got
out of the drosky and demanded satisfaction
for the wrong that had been
done him. The count looked at Katharine
with a hopeless expression, asked
her to give Dmitri the revolver
and bared his breast. Dmitri turned
away, got into the drosky and. without
a word from him or Katharine to the
count- drove on.
.At tin* hour that had been announced
for the wedding the bride ami groom
wore ready, and. as tin- nc.rs or Dmitri's
release lia<l spread like wildlife,
\ tlie guests were assembled. Tbe ceremony
passed as quietly as bad been
expected.
When the bride and ttroom were
alone, together Dmitri asked:
"Katharine, bow did you know the
man was tlie cause of my arrest?"
:, "I didn't like tbe squint in his eyes,"
was her confident reply.
BELLE C. TV.VRREJC.
Yoa get tie news in th^ftiily West
k ,Virginian.
. V
OFFICIAL CIRCULAR,
OFFICE OF STATE COMMANDER,
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES
OF THE WORLD.
Parkersburg, "VV. Va.,
April 25. 1904.
Dear Sir Knight:?
The State Convention of our Order
will be held in Wheeling, W. Va., May
3d/ 1904, and will be promptly opened
at 10 A. M.
It is expected that the Representatives
arrive at Wheeling on the evening
of'the 2d of May in order to be
present at a social meeting on that
night and to be present promptly at
the opening of the Convention.
Headquarte rs.
The headquarters of the Convention
will be at the McClure Hotel, corner
of Market and 12th streets, where the
State and Supreme Officers may be
SUt'U ct? W?^J1 cift cl UUIUUUI *JL lliv: I C|r
resentatives.
The Reception ConirniLt.ee will meet
all trains and will lake pleasure in
locating all Representatives and visitors
pleasantly, as a large number of
good hotels will be at the service of
those attending and the delegates will
be given choice from the list in possession
of the Committee.
IVleeti ngs.
The business sessions of the Convention
will be held in Room No. 4,
I. O. O. F. Temple, corner of 12th and
Chapline streets, and it is likely the
degree work will be given in the same
building.
Railroad Rates.
The B. & O. Railroad will sell tickets
to the delegates and visitors at
one and one-third fare for the round
trip. Orders will reach you by the last
of this week. These rates should be
thoroughly advertised in your Tent
as a number of your members may
desire to attend.
Importance of the Meeting.
This will be the most important
meeting that West Virginia has ever
held as the Order now numbers over
4,000 members in the State, with 70
local Tents. As these State meetings
are held Triennially the growth is
great between the meetings.
Supreme Officers.
lion. D. P. Markey, Supreme Commander:
Hon. R. K. Moss. M. D.. Su
premc Medical Examiner and Hon. W.
D. DcXVolf. M. D., District Medical Examiner,
will be present, and it is desired
that as many ot* the Tent examiners
as possible attend in order to
I We are going to "be more liber
B Lion-Heads, cut from the pa<
B have always given our customt
I H (tifflU1 a
IEEE m
the same Lion-Heads will entitle
make some of our patrons rich men
? TW
The first contest will be on the July
Vote For President to be cast No
$40,000.00 on the two, and, to
1 jlSBit
1 Five Lion-Heads
s m-i
p cut from Lion
I] Coffee Packages and 1
WA
f*i 2 cent stanir? entitle yo?
1
y (in addition to the reg
| u'ar free premiums
H to one vote in
gj either contest: lis!
WORLD'S FA3K C
gS World's Fair? At Chic . ; >. July i.1333. the
rfi For nearest correct estimates received i
E party's office, Toledo, Ohio, oa or before
&j k'ivc first prir.c for the nearest correct estir:
Ejg next nearest, etc., etc., as follows:
gj 1 First Frize
JS 1 Second Prizo
8 2 Prizes?S500.00 each
? 5 Prizes? 5JOO.OO ** .
gj lO Prizes? 100.00 "
?fi 20 Prizes? SO.CO "
ff, SO Prizes? 20.00 "
? 250 Prizes? 10.00 "
1SOO Prises? S.OO "
$ 2139 PRIZES. TO
| Distributed to the Public?ag
| to Grocers'Clerks (see parfi<
| COMPLETE DETABL
|| WOOLSOp SfijKSE CO., .1
JUNKINS &
LOSS OF
Mr. G. L. Henderso
his horse INS)
1 Stockmen's Inder
March 15th ; on the 21st tk
horse died and on the 23rd
FULL for the LOSS.
represenl
Wlf Em and wot
(INSURE
I
Junklns an
GENERAL IIV
Corner Room Court House.
become acquainted with these Su-j
pre me Officers.
Statistics of the Order. ! ^
Supreme Tent Membership
April 1st, 1004 371.205
Surplus Funds,
April 1st, 1004 $3,325,074.95
Gain in Surplus (
during 1903 $721,072.77 c
Members admitted t
during 1903 92.2S0 t
We hope we shall see you next ^
week in our State Convention and -j
that you will use your influence to t
get as many of your members to at- c
tend as possible. I beg to remain, j
Fraternally, <,
C. C. SHOWALTER, I
State Commander. |
(
"You Can't Beat Us ^
Unless You Cheat." 3
SKINNER'S TAVERN:
At the Depot. t
The largest and handsomest ,
Sample rooms in tlic Country .
located in the new $200,000.
Court House. B.
G. WILLIAMS, Prop.
Fairmont, W. Va.
al than ever in 1904 to users of Z-ior,
ckages, be good, as heretofore, for
2TS, DUt
? ?x ci Lii vh?f a iizS ?3 C
you to estimates in our ?50,00.0.00 Crr.r.d
wora-.n. You can scud in a . nativ c :.
G) ORE AT QOKSTEG
1th attendance at the Ct. Xorj/s r/or."./1
v. B, 100*. $i2o,ooao > will be dictril
fr- nT.:
' >#:
- - - SSfetf
M .. ?; - :_s
2 M'.W ' '-:?W -- =*$<H CXid
- . .-T 1v.:.>~^v?r
a mm . ^' .- > ag
- ftft ?
S M ~ I A ...
' W| g||p! AAA j|F ""^AG''!!G
'' .' !. :y
D:JTE37 pnsssDcraTs
dance at the Ft '. '-. V '--1 ;i : ^ t * .:
in Wools* :: > . - " . r. 13.65&.653IH'O!
xate, second prize t . the en orl rfore Nov. S. 1901, v
root estimate, second pri.-.t
S2.500.00 1 First Prize
1,000.00 1 Second Frlre
i,000.00 2 Prizes?S500.CH
l.OOO.OO 6 Prizes? 2
i ,v;uu.wu ri w.t...?
l.ooo.oo 20 Prizes? r?o.oc
l.ooo.oo 50 Prizes? 20.01
2,500.00 250 Prices? 1O.0C
O.OOO.OO 1800 Prizes? G.OC
TAL, Z20.000.C30 2139 PRIZES.
?PRIZES?
grogaiing S45,GGQ.G0?in addition So
;t;3ars in LIOH GOFrEE casss) makings
,?D PART8COLARS m E?
[CONTEST DEP'T.)
I B c. L. <
Ml6HflEL ;
HORSE.
n, of Fairmont, had
JRED by the
nnity Company, |
iy of the same month his
he received payment in
t the Stockmen, =
ild be glad to
your live stock against
loss by death from accidental
or natural
causes.
? <
ei Michael,
9SURANCE.
Fairmont, West Va. j ^
CLAIRTON STEEL PLANT T
! n
! B
Purchased By the United States Steel !
Corporation- I
If
NEW YORK. April 30.?E. H. j *"
Jarv, chairman of the United Slates
Steel corporation, has announced that U
he corporation has contracted with
he Crucible Steel Company, for the
jurchase of the Clairton Steel plant,
rhe property will be paid for by the
guarantee of the United States Steel
:orporat;on of securities heretofore
ssued by the Clairton company, aggregating
a little less than $13,000,000,
ind the delivery to the vendors of Hie
Jnited States Steel Corporation ten
10 year five per cent, sinking fund
jo Id bonds of par value of $1,000,000.
3ropert ies are acquired free and clear
>f all floating liabilities or indeiitedless.
Contract has also been made
vith the Crucible Company whereby
lie latter will receive and take from
he subsidiary corporations of the
Jnited States Steel for the term of ten
ears, about 120,000 tons of steci per
mnum. and SO.OOO tons of plglron
>er annum on a sliding scale of prices.
I Coffee. Not only will the i ^
the valuable premiums we
se Premiums
i::d Friz^ Contests, which will '
nares as desire:.!. There will be j X
II & | V
"n:r: the sccori: relates to Total
each of tr.e<ocontests, making
to this remount, we will give a B9 j X
> i5 zzm-cst correct an both 9 ! ^
i th" ; n r cremates have two 9 __
h prize. H
T Printed blanks to B Xi
vote on found in 1 i x
zry Lion Coffee Pack= ?j
o. The 2 cent stamp |j ; x|
vers the expense of a
- acknowledgment to 1
you that your es= g x
M ti mate is recorded, ?9
AE_ VOT2 CONTEST I X<
Popular Vote cast for Provident (votes 33 X<
(! at the election November 8. It oi? In gj
;.|e votc-I for President. For n<;?rest cor- njj .
Woolson Spice Co.'s, office. Toiedo, O., 9
;e will give first prize for the nca-est cor- jig j?*a
to the next nea-est, etc.. etc.. r.s follows: HI (j.,
*o nr.n nn ?2
i .ooo.oo El
3 cacfc 1.000.00
1 1.000.00 x<
3 1.000.00 \".
) 1.000.00
) "* 1.000.00 -N(
) 2.500.00 N?
) " 0.000.00 x<
TOTAL, S20,000.00 i -S"
-42 79 I s
wriich'we shaiS givo $5,000 j.'1,
grand total of $50,000.00.
ERY PACKAGE OF
rEE
TOLEDO, OHIO.
5AFES LOAN^ED^
ijl If I in ?e.
HOME SAV
IF VOL' WANT
TO BL"V A HOME,
BLTLD A HOME, OR
BLV REAL ESTATE
FOR SPECULATION.
>66 HarrflDout it
I have, or can get. what you want an
ive von money on it.
fly Services are Fret
o the buyer, and when you buy Ret
state through me you are certain o
etting the
Jest, Property
in the Market
4 t Tnr i niirrPT nnirr
AI mc ri\it-c.
"PUT MONEY INTO THY PURSE."
MOW ?
ASK MARR ABOUT IT.
322 1-2 Main Street.
steriino Silver!
We
Are
Showing
a Very Complete
Line of
Sterling
Silverware
Suitable for
Wedding and Anniversary
Presents.
RlflELDflFFER
t BROWNFIELD
Baltimore & Ohic
NllP' RAILROAD.
)ASSEXGER trains will arrive a
and depart from Fairmont on th<
llowing schedule on and after No
*mber 22d. 1903*
west bound,
o. 7.?Chicago Express. 3:2S a. m
o. 5.?Wheeling Accommodation
7:47 a. m
o. 55.?Wheeling Cincinnati
Express. 7:29 p. M.
o. 71.?Wheeling Accommodation
1:36 p. m,
EAST BOUND.
t. S.?York. Baltimore
and Washington
Express. 3:35 a. m.
?. 72.?Grafton Accom'n 10:53 a. m.
46.?New York. Baltimore
and Washington
Express. 1:48 p. M.
t. 4.?Grafton Accom'n S:38 p. m.
I ., A \ I> P. Uli l> H.
ARRIVES.
>. 50.?Pittsburg* Accoirr n 1:00 p.
>. 4.?Pittsburg" Accom'n 9:45 p. m
depa rts.
>. 3.?Pittsburg Accom'n 7:50 a. M
>. 51.?Connellsville Ac'm 2:10 p. M
Xo. 09 loaves daily for Morgantown
9:05 p. m. Xo. 02 arrives from Mor
ntown at 0:55 a. m.. daily except Sun
.y : at 8:00 a. m. Sunday only.
n a o x ayito i v io~x7~
5.?Arrives at Fairmont 5:35 p. m.
?. ?.?Arrives at.Fairmont 12:10 p. m.
3.?Arrives at Fairmont 7:45 a. m.
d. 2.?Leaves Fairmont... 7:10 a. m.
>. (5.?Leaves Fairmont. .. 1:53 p. m.
4.?Leaves Fairmont. .. 9:50 p. m.
All trains are daily except Xos. .1
id 4 on the F.. AI. and P. branch,
lich are daily except Sunday.
For sleeping car reservations and
formation concerning tickets and
:tes. consult
T. L. Hexdersox,
Ticket Agent.
Jlodgett <& Fields,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Will Treat You Right.
lihere? Corr Building.
1
TO DEPOSITORS.
>Ilar opens a Savings account,
in you the safe. We keep the
;s accounts draw four per cent,
same being compounded .semi
?
* _ - f Ti -ft f_ _ T
na get a saie. it win neip you.
1NOS BANK.
The Bank ot Fairmont,
FAIRMONT. \V. VA.
J. E WATSON. President.
J. S. HAYDEN, Vice President.
wALTON MILLER. Cashier.
Capital, SI50.000.00.
, Undivided Profits. SI60.000.00.
d v DIRECTORS:
A B Fleming. J S Havden.
J E Watson,
> M L Hutchinson. F E Nichols,
OS McKinney, C E Manley
if Transacts a general banking: business.
f Accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals received upon the most
favorable terms consistent with sound
and conservative banking..
Interest paid on time deposits.
Separate vault with safety deposit
boxes for use of customers.
Tlie Monongaliela Bank of
Fairmont.
Opened for business July 15, 1903.
Authorized Capital, - $50,000.
OFFICERS.
LI. E. HAUK, President.
_ B. L. BUTCHER. Vice President.
HUGH F. SMITH, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
W. E. Watson, R. E. Harr,
C. D. Robinson, C. E. Barnes,
P. B. Stvearingen. B. F. Gaskins,
B. Xi. Butcher.
A general banking business transacted.
Your business is solicited.
Banking room, Market street, First
ward.
The First National Bant
of Fairmont, W. Ya.
Capital Stock, - $ 100,000,00
Surplus and Undivided
Profits, - 165,000.00
Designated Depositary of the United
States and State of West Virginia.
J. M. HARTLEY. President.
Hon. A. B. FLEMING,
Vice President.
JOS. E. SANDS, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
J. M. Hartley, Hon. A. B. Fleming,
Benj. D. Fleming. Win. E. Watson,
Jos. E. Sands.
cnarterect as state liaDK 111 ltjoi.
Organized as National Bank in 1865.
Kechartered as ^National Bank in
1885.
Wants business based on balances
" and 1-esiKmsibilitj*.
Collects on all points.
$ Sells domestic and foreign exchange.
Pays interest on special deposits.
Customers' private boxes taken care
of in our fire and burglar proof vault
t free of charge.
Citizens' Dollar Savings Bank,
FAIRHONT, \V. VA.
' Opened for business Groundhog Day?
February id, 1903.
CAPITAL STOCK - $100,000.00.
OFFICERS :
A. L. LEHMAN, J. A. CLARK,
President. Vice President.
J. E. UXX, Cashier
DIRECTORS :
A. L. Lehman, J. A. Clark,
! .T. P. Hart, J. F. Cook,
L. C. Powell, C. W. Swisher,
W. IL Nicholson. Jr.
Does a general banking business.
1 Per Cent. Interest Paid oil Savings Deposits.
It's What You Save^ Not What
You Earn. That ATakes Wealth.
:
The People's Bank of Fairmont,
W. Va.
r.ariit-a! If ?POO OOO Off
Directors: ... . _
G. M. Jacobs
S. L. Watson
1 J. M. Hartley
Harry Shaw
W. S. Haymond
C. E. Hutchinson
Cashier, George De Bolt
Assistant Cashier, J. M. Brownfield.
All business intrusted to us will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Solicits your account.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Vault is free to customers for private
boxes and papers.

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