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ISOLD C. SCHERR, 1
if Mineral county. J
For Treasurer, n
NEWTON OGDIN, c
Pleasants county.
r Attorney General, A
3LARK W. MAY, I;
if Lincoln county. v>
ntendent of Free Schools, q
DMAS C. MILLER, s
if Marion county.* T
iges of Supreme Court,
FRANK COX,
Monongalia county. .n
EPH M. SANDERS, t
Mercer county.
For Congress, us
I. B. DOVENER, m
of Ohio county. b<
ir State Senator, R
'H H. McDERMOTT, d<
Monongalia county. dc
dge of Circuit Court, Ci
iHN W. MASON.
House of Delegates, of
fAMES B. FOX, st
the country saying the Republicans sta
. have established the sohl standard so tio
firmly we could not change it if we
wanted to?and come to think of it? J
we don't want to. tra
1 Under the magic touch of protee- an
lion .knighthood has lieeu conferred on,
/ i?pon iahor gnd the shackles of the
plave' have been forged into pruning 3
'","' 1 logics. By royal "integrity every oh- anc
vfelfillgaitjon.:. of .the government has been fai]
met and the golden purity of our cur- yot
roncy has been maintained through
good report, and forced unwelcome \
indorsement from the standard bearer blu
CONFIDENCE.
It must bo exceedingly exasperating
to the tDemocratfc managers to take' "
up a daily paper* whether it be V a .
netvs journal or a so-called commercial
sheet, these .days and read the
headings of these papers, stating, as
they do, the immense prosperity which
reigns over the entire country in every
industry. Prosperity anl good
times mean Republican votes. All
over the, country-?in the manufacturing
centers of the East, in tho larm-ing
sections of the West, and in the
new industrial States of the South?
there is but one report, and that is
that the outlook for the fall and winter
and spring trade was never better.
Substantial orders are being
placed in every aventie of trade and
Mimmerce, as well as among our institutions
of banking and insurance,
rhere is a feeling of confidence suchis
has not existed for a year and a
lalf.
This confidence is inspired solely
iy the belief .that Roosevelt will be
sleeted on November Sth, ?,.;il with
lim a Republican House of Represen- __
atlves. which will insure a contin- ~'
lance of our splendid tariff law, un- A
ler which we have been operating for
:he past seven years. With a conlintance
of the present administration
mil of a tariff which is not likely to
ie changed for some time is ihe as- p
surance of no diminution of our splen- ?
lid home market or the purchasing v'
rower of our people. There is an assurance
of a great, favorable balance ?
if trade and of government receipts Sl
;ory nearly equal to, if not exceeding, w
sxpenditures. In other words, a most w
lelpful condition exists, not only as
egards government finances, out as
egards every industry and trade,
roin one end of the country to the c<
ither. fr
POLITICAL COMMENT. ln
at
"Utah is lost," says James K. Jones,
t Is understood, however, that ?>Ir.
ones is just conceding tlta.li as 1 >st
a the 1900 election, and that his renark
has no reference to the present
ampaign.?Washington Poster
We have evidence sufficient," said ]J
Ir. Bryan in his spfeecli in this city
sot A T-iril *'tr\ /mn iririr Ttirln-/\
'iili absolute unfitness for the nom- |
jatlon." Still, let us r.ot tali in ^
ufistion the sincerity of Mr. Bryan's fll
upport of Nominee Parker.?Chicago Qf
'rihune. o(.
al
The betting odils are still in favor to
f.tlie contention that Mr. Bryan will le
ot be able to say enough for Parker te
) offset what he has said against him. er
-Kansas City Journal.ah
This year the Democrats said: fi,et
3 change the policy of the govern- ,},
lent; let us fincl a man who will not te,
3 so rash as to do things. And they yi
ero very lucky in hitting upon Judge wj
arkqr. who not only wants to tin- jn,
> everything that the President has (]0
mo but who will not even say what er,
; thinks ought to be done.?Kansas u?
ity Star. gri
on
It is again announce 1?this time Qj>
ficlally?that Judge Parker will not su]
unip the country. But just wait cC
w weeks and watch the country
ump Judge Parker.?Philadelphia
orth American. we
COI
The Times has thus far through.
wardice or hypocrisy failed to anyer
even one of the sixteen straight- .
rward questions we have been lioldg
before it. The great original John
McGraw is to lie here this evening 1,
the
id the Democratic candidate for ^ '
ivernor, Mr. Cornwell. Will they .
re answer them fairly and not beat
t<IX
lout tlie bush in Irving to do so,'
_ oni
It Is said that Republican campaigns
hi some parts of the State have ^
en promising tlie "tax reform" acts ri^
the extra session will be repealed pui
the next 'Letrislator ?.?Vhvii* *ni
ee Press. B'v
Well "it is said" v.'rons'. The new rec
ic laws have come to stay. ^
A rriend of ours suggested in-day se!1
it the Republicans ought to chip e*ei
and give Wait Conaway a little t*>e
mething like they did four years Iots
it. as he is doing them more good ?r
\v that he is against them than he
1 when they were paying him to be Iie
them. the
in
Mr. Cornwell, will you kindly tell ,io'
whether your trnrtv will put a tax '-)e!
Hie production of coal ? Tliero are cou
auinber of prominent Democrats in sov
irraont who would iilce to have a clia
.teinent front you on that proposi- ancI
n. Now, be fair, say yes or no. raal
his
John McGraw lias been for free
de, for free . silver, for free soup
isos and the Dora only kn?* : what we'
else and he can storm as loud on has
; proposition as another.
p (
Jr. Dawson is a man of the people .
1 experienced in governmental af- to '
rs. You can make no mistake if at 1
i put him in the governor's elinir. take
? stab
Vonder if Mr. McGraw carries his
e pencil with him these days? Ah, "W
inny, we are "next" to you! Age:
Do you want a change
inequalities of the old tax I
We take it for;grarite
publicans have written uj
laws of the land, their ;
change.
Suppose the Democrats
out the recommendation
securing a new constitutor
sible date for the adoption <
were to be enacted by 1
have to try those le
whether they would t
Then what is the only
Save the time, delay c
Democratic promises, while
suffering under the old la\
the new laws and if they
them down.
l FEW MINUTES WITH
THE DEMOCRATS.
Eloquence on Wheels.
The Democratic State committee has
ianned for an invasion of eloquence
n wheels for this State.?Moundsille
Echo.
Boss McGraw introduced eloquence
n wheels when he tried to elect Wilon
back in 1894 and it didn't work
orth a cent. We should think ho
ould hesitate about trying it again.
Another Lie.
Meanwhile, the vast output M the
oal. gas and oil corporations goes
ee of taxation.?Webster Echo.
A point blank falsehood. Every
derest will pay its just share of taxion
under the new laws.
Right You Are.
No quarter or support should be :
ven those who have betrayed the '
tople in their fight for tax revision.
-Ktngwood Argus.
That's right! Whack the Democratic 1
Lrty with 30,000 majority in Aovem- 1
>r.
<
The Race Cry. !
The Republicans have obtained ]
eir large ascendancy in this State 1
rough the colonization of thousands i
colored voters from Virginia and <
her" States South and it behooves i
I white men. irrespecti\'<3 of parly, t
stand together in the present coil- i
st. rescue us from the gigantic at- %
mpt to Africanize the State.? Farm- g
s' Advocate. g
Here the Democratic demagogue in r
I his paint and feathers is howling1 t
out the race issue. The fact that a
e people of this State believe in pro- ;
ction and sound money put West r
rginia in the Republican column and
II heep it there. Who is attempt- ^
g to Africanize the State and how
they propose to do it ? The Farms'
Advocate must ho mighty hard
for issues to conjure up the ne- '
o bugaboo in a Stiite which has n
!y 15,000 black men lit a population v
over a million. Such talk is an in- t(
r to intelligent voters. e
tl
In Old Preston. '
rise farmers of Preston are not n
aring diamonds and extracting the n
ks from champagne bottles like to
coloration people are, but they'
; toiling in the fields honestly and D
essautly day by day ihat they may
ke an honorable living for tliemves
and families. They know how
y have earned the dollar and dime
icli they must contribute to taxai.
They have borne the burden of vc
ation too long. Tho day of reck- R
ng is near at hand.?Kingwood Ar- c!e
;. w
tit: ui uiu rrt'siua ure ttu en
ht anil they are supporting the Re)liean
ticlcet this year with the er
lal enthusiasm. They are going to fo
e their ol<l friend and neighbor a m
ord breaking majority. It
T;
Ir. Corn well's county chairman .has .
t out a letter to tlie Democratic ^
:;t ion commissioners instructing
ns
m as follows: "In counting the bals
every one that xhas a semblance
~ . ... ca
a Democratic vote you will conie
as good and let our Republican ^
inds be the contesting parties if
lie
re should be any contest." That is
Hampshire county where the eiec- e''
i machinery is in Ihe hands of
nocracy. Republicans of Marion
nty, will you vote for a inan for v<ernor
who would thus fasten the DE
ins of Democratic slavery on you sc
count every Democrat 'in anil
;e every Republican contest for th;
election? of
tfn
r. John* J. Cornwell ought io he th,
I posted on the tax question: he wa
been on all sides of It. cr?
ti c
Correction.
Borge Satterfleld's death, referred
n yast evening's issue, occurred
he City Hospital, where he was se'
in, and not at Cook's Hospital as sec
ed by us.
j
hy not let the Marion Claim the
ncy collect that claim for you? x P.
> from the injustices and
iRSSawsjSSitea'- - . ri : i?
aws ? - ; '
d that you do. TheReDon
the statute books, as
platform pledges for this
; should end Savor to carry
of their platform and after
a in 1910, the soonest poso?
the same, new tax laws
them, would you not
iws before knowing
ie beneficial or not?
sensible thing to do ?
md expense of waiting on
? in the meantime you are
vs, by voting for a trial of
are not good then vote
*
The Manleys and Furbees.
The venerable Harrison llanley, of
Granr. district, father of the Demo
cratic candidate for sheriff, was twice
elected to that office, the two terms
consisting of eight years, During
those two terms Charles E. Manley
was deputy sheriff. During an intervening
term, when the late C. B.
Carney was sheriff, Charles E. Manley
was his deputy. As deputy sheriff,
therefore, Charles E. Jianley served
for twelve consecutive years. He ]
then sought the office of Clerk of the
County Court, and secured it, serving
for six years, when lie was re- j
elected, serving six years more, making
twelve in all. So it will he seen ,
that the father and son have been in ,
Liy far the best offices of Ihe county ;
for the iong term of thirty-two years.
The Democratic Times la discuss- '
ing Mr. Manley's candidacy the other '
day showed some embarrassment,
we thought, on account of his thirst
Cor office, but tried to make it ap- J
pear that the Furbee family had
seen conspicuous officeholders also.
The fact is that never until the pres- I
ent campaign did a Furbee ask the
people of this county for an office of t
profit. The late Hon. James H. Fur- bee.
father of our candidate for sherff.
was elected more than once to
each branch of the Legislature, but r
n every instance as to hlin it was c
be office seeking the man, not the ?
nan the office. Howard R. Furbee
vent to the last Legislature as a dele- =
gate, but everybody knows that his
going meant a sacrifice to his busi- "
less. Ho one can go or lias gone
here without making more or less of ~
. sacrifice. In these modern times
I means a great sacrifice1?mores the
>i ty.
To say that any of the Furbees
lave shown a hungering for office is jj
aying something that cannot be veri- q
;ed. Oil the contrary in the case of j(
he Manleys such hunger is chronic, ?
lany of their own party talcing this
iew of it, not a few of whom have
Did us that they think they have had v
nough and they will say so by
leir votes on the Sth of November. _
harles E. Manley, if he doesn't' know F
ow, is sure to know on the date
amed that he aslced for office once
do often.
? ei
iO YOU WANT TO VOTE FOR 01
ROOSEVELT? DO YOU KNOW a'
M
HOW? MAKE NO MISTAKE. _
lii
Many Democrats say they want to w
Dte -for Roosevelt but for no other
epublican candidate. You cannot
3 so by scratching out Parker and j~~
riting Roosevelt on the Democratic m
cket. jI:
Mo man can vote directly for eitii- ,v
one of them. Their names count jr
nothing on your ballot.- You ^
ust vote for the. Republican electors m
you desire Roosevelt's election. gf
liat is the only way your vote can
_ _ _ _ r,v
} counted lor Roosevelt. On the
rnccrai ic ticket are printed the If
tmes of seven Democratic Presiden- W
il electors, who, if elected, will O'
:st the vote of the State for Par- e':
;r and Davis. On the Republican
tket are the names of seven Repub:an
Presidential electors, who, if
acted, will cast the vote of the W
ate for Roosevelt and Fairbanks. a'
DW LISTEN ? IF YOU WANT TO pc
3TE FOR ROOSEVELT ON THE Qrs
ilVIOCRATIO TICKET, You must Bo
ratch out the names of the seven rrr
FC
smocratic Presidential electors on .
ins
at ticket, and then write the names j-)Q
the seven Republican electors in
sir places. Then you must see that
2 jfames of all other persons you CU1
int to vote for are on the Demoitic
ticket and deface all the other oni
kets on the ballot sheet. FO
piy
Soyal Italian Concert Band. The
ason's "Musical Event." Advance roc
at sale now on. Prices 75c and 50c. ing
FO
MX Men's Suits. Less tban cost to roc
s manufacturer. Now on sale. C. bul
Randall & Co. x. Gei
T cufed MY cough German Syrup I*1
' Pie vrrote to Dr. ?. &- Orrcn ;
"An* as true as I tell you, doctor dear,
I'm feclin' finer tlaon ever I've been I" 4
CJfTlie poor consumptive should not be the
victim of experiment, as lie often is,
but the moment the dread disease manifests
its presence he should be given Bosch
ee's German Syrup?a pure, non-alcoholic
medicine that is made specially for
the cure of consumption, and has a worldwide
fame as a certain remedy for catarrh,
colds, coughs, croup, sore throat and
all bronchial affections in old and young.
^[It is sold in all civilized countries, and
has been, famous as a consumption cure for
almost half a century.
CJfTrial bottle, 25c. Big bottle, 75c. At
all druggists throughout the world. o
======================== C
" -? ? ? * *"- ?? . H/PP
hhi o o>-\ v c. ivi i m c r\o _ i v t_ o.
Men Robbing Pillars Flee +o Safety
When Wise Little Fellows
Scamper Out.
WILKESBARRE, Pa., Oct. 29.?
Rats saved the lives of eight turners
it the Coal Brook Colliery of the Delaware
and Hudson Coal Company last
aight. The men were robbing pillars
in a remote portion of the old workings
when they noticed the rats
scamper past in little groups and flee tp
the gangway as fast as they could
so.
"That's queer," said one of them.
'Something must he going to happen! C
rhere wise! Let's get out of here." ~
"Why not let the Marion Claim
Agency collect that claim for you? x
'Tis the grand shoe of to-day?"V7. C
j. Douglass. C. B. Highland. x C
Don't miss the foot bail game Satirday.
BOARDING.
After October 1 the undersigned will _
un a first-class boarding house. Anyine
desiring rooms or board apply at P
II Second street.
MRS. MOLLIE GUMP.
~ WANT COLUMN" t
"Do You Know What W'e Want? ?
Several Short "Ads." at
One Cent Per Word.
'OR RENT?Ten room house on ?
aston avenue. All modern eonvenmces.
Inquire at this office.
WANTED?Young man to take agen
ies for a good selling article. New
nd large profits. Write P. Earl
/ells, 405 Annadale Avenue, Moundsille,
W. Va. x
OR RENT?12 roomed brick house,
nown as the Morrow House in First
ard. C. E. Hutchinson. *
"ANTED?Lady or' gentleman of fair
iucation to travel for a firm of ?250,- p_
30 capital. Salary SI,072 per year
id expenses; paid weekly. Address
[. Percival, Fairmont, W. Va. ?
OR SALE?One milk cow, one yearng
hull, sow and eight pigs three
eeks old.
W. B. BAKER,
R. R. No. .3.
OST?English setter bird dogj
ore black than white; very large. C
[formation as to his whereabouts H<
ill be highly appreciated. I,. G, Ice. 6
- _ ? At
jbT?Laches gold watch, between
fth street. Fifth ward, and Fair- ==
out. avenue, via Walnut and Third
reels. Reward at this office.
3R RKKT?Furnished rooms; Du.lis;
Rhea Terrace.
ANTED?To sell you hats and'pietmiilinery
cheaper than any one
se in town.
MRS. LAURA ( FRAZEK,
JIadison Street,
Opposite Yeager's.
ANTED-?Four gentlemen boarders
$4 per week. SIC Locust avenue.
: OS:
>R SALE?Fine penny picture catni;
complete; first-class orde .1; cheap.
x 353, city. %
iR RENT?Basement room, front;
on Parks avenue, under Citizens'
liar Savings Bank
|R SALE?One dresser, some lace
-tains, stand tables, hall carpet and
ler furniture. tVill sell cheap at
:e. Call at 423 Jackscn street.
U KENT?Furnished rooms. Ap
325 Walnut avenue.
R REN T?A lew choice oihce
ims in the new Peoples Bank build ~
;. Apply at the Peoples Bank.
R BENT?A number of line office
ims for rent In-the Geo. M. Jacobs V?
Iding, Monroe streets Inquire ot Offl
x M, Jacobs, County Clerk's office.
JO"NI^vyerHMAN'
JAS. A. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
. FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office,. B. A Fleming Building.
A. O. STANLEY,
Attorney at Law, i~ -.2?$Bj?
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, T. W. Fleming Building, p.
C- H. LEEDS, ^||||
Attorney at Law,
-PA rtJurnvT w
ra-"-*-"-*"- ?. ' - ?
dSce, Hall Block.
8. B. SEIG,
Lawyer.
Office, Boom 53, People's Bask BTigA.
L. LEHMAN,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
- Office, Hall Block.
W. S. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Hall Block.
HARRY SHAW, ,,
Lawyer,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Jffice. Hayraond bl'dg., Jefferson St
E. M. SHOWALTER,
'Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office In W. A. Fleming Building.
T. N. PARKS,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. VA
Jffice Main; St., Opposite Court-hoane.
A. S. FLEMING,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, 202 Main Street
E. F. HARTLEY,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va
>ffice. First National Bank Building. . .
PHYSICIANS. ~>
T.J. CONAWAY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
)ffice hours: 9 to 12, and 1 to A
ffice over Cochran's 'Jewelry store.
C. O. HENRY, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
FAIRMONT, yv. Va. ? . ISpS
Office, Second Floor, Hall Block.
_
H. R. JOHNSON, M. D.,
ractice Limited to the Eye,'Ear, Nosh
and Throat
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Second Floor, Hall" Block. "fr5P
' ' - -A :
DR. L. B. BURK,
reatment, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throaii
OFFICE. 304 MAIN STREET.
Hours?12 to 3 P. M., 7 to 9 P. M.
Otherwise by Appointment.
JOHN R. COOK, M. D.,
FAIRMONT, W. Ya.
Office at Hospital.
DR. D. L. L. YOST, "
Office 225 Jefferson Street,
esidence, new building, Fairmont av?.
DR. V. A. SELBY, FAIRMONT,
W. Ya.*
Office 123 Main Street.
W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON.
Physicians and Surgeons,
FAIRMONT, \V. Va.
Office 306 Main Street.
WOMAN'S HOSPITAL,
W. Hill, M. D.?Corner of Qnlncs
and Jackson street. Office Honrs:
10 A. M. to 12 M., 7 to 9 P. M.
DR. EUGENE W. LOMAX,
312 Main St., Fairmont, "W- Va.
DURS?8 to 11 A. M.; 2 to 5"P. ilL'J -a
O "O AT r'nnanli/To+oil 'Plinna
Postofflce.
_______ _ - . ^
DENTIST.
Porcelain Work a Specialty.
Tost Building.:
OPTICIANS.
' ' 1 ?
A. O. & H. H. HEDGES,
Jewelers and Opticians,
32? Water Street.
Expert Watcbi and Optical 'Work. '
Over 20 years' experience.
iCBTISRINABIAN SURGEON. f^
DR. JAMES E. MAGEE,
terinarian Surgeon antl Dentist,
ce at Chilson & Claytor's" Elvers
Stable. Bell 'Phone 164 R.

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