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THE LARGE STOR
U.\ !j. H.-, Medical Examinee. ^
all excellent men. anil c'n
the lodge boom during
TfTe^tem'Sers -should: show--, their :ap- Ult
33a--.'. union of thebeneftts of the order J1'*BHGfi&jpa$%dOAihelr
part, towards plac HK^;
In the front rattles of
IS A WOMAN. WHOM THE STATE ^
OF WEST VIRGINIA IS GIVING
I:, is ..a, good thing to hare t.wo dtS
' it' has proved so in
the case of' a woman who stole a
MffiBftj YmTii 1 local store some time
ago. This woman learned that a
- ivas out for ber, and she
Hg?j?gj?|pgp<$at: to .\lanningt ori. The paper
was sent tliere. and she returned to
this place. When the warrant was re- 1?1
tamed, she went back to MauningHon
a. duplicate of the warrant j
prepared and th? woman
will have to seek a third home or the |H
lllS:"' '-s|pf^ time has again arrived for a
meeting of tlie city council. If Irs
^^^^oruat'cait^et together this even^.^jloyd's
-little book store is beeom- IN
PAIRMONT. W VA.. |
"THE CHRISTMAS
? * ?
.
if /\ Women's$12 and^
I i f 16 worth twel
19 worth fittei
e\\M(lP\ ^ of our women's
TMnr from materials
IV I ** some patterns 1
yfrtf k v\ These nieeteen c
J I iJr OT iij |1_ 33 i per cent.
a A Vki fj ' / To this num
f4.tWt[t~l lijfrom our regula
^ET? a 'A^ V'f coats, worth .$12
tjjjj', J/ ;'j% | ffljsf They are Touri:
.Jt.jj SP Tan, Brown ar
W C Gray, Green,
g$f /r jl, K . Tight and loose
$/ fjl II V\ belts. Three stj
Jj'/ Jt I 1 Bishop and Co
The 16 coats
rhc 19 Coats are lined through<
The best lining satin made. These coa
toing to be sold quick. Thes're too good tc
e. J. i
COURT-HOUSE ?f,
GLEANINGS
day r
Mrs.
t Marriage Licenses. ,in(] j
"c. L. Vincent, 32, and Janie D. . .
randesrift, IS. Her
Robert H. Smith, 33, and Lizzie , ,
at 1:
iayes, 21, colored. p. ^^
ed l>y
Births Filed For Record. will b
To Mr. and Airs. Omer Baiter, c;uu.c
ingamon, November 1", son.
To Mr. and Mrs. Carney Straight,
ingamon, November 29, son.
Seven
Real Estate Transfers.
Deed dated December 2, 190-1, by I.
Martin and wife to H. D. and H. N.
artin, property on Newton and Diaond
streets, Fairmont: considera- geveu
3n' $1-00: been ;
Deed dated December 5. 1904, by ,_.a]
C. Carr and wife to Frank Carr jssued
id wife, property in Fiftli ward, ,u.e sa
lirmont; consideration, $400. dition
Deed dated October 20, 1901, by Ida ,lracjjc
Watson to the County Court of Mara
county, road ' way through prop- v
ty near Fairmont; consideration,
j Did H<
Deed dated October 26, 1901, by
O. Watson to the County Court of
irion county, road way through Dad
operty near Fairmont: considera- at
n, $1.00. down ;
Smith.
Divorce Granted. House
\rUmr B. Ellis has been granted ,x struck
orce from Co re n a 1311 is in the In- and tin
mediate Court, on the charge of arreste
iltery. -j.1.
F i
Suits entered. ot- w!l<
November was a good month for g g,|a
ts in the Intermediate Court, elevbeing
entered. Only four were OI1 !v~-y
ered in ibis court in October. comber
The Circuit Court is keeping up, ....
re being Thirteen suits entered jYemen'
rein eacli of ihe months of Oeto- .
, .. , bangs.
ana November. .
work a
Tlie County Court. \
The County Court yesterday api)or- i
ried the railroad tax to the different ST. 3
triets. meat o
n addition to the officers-elect who World's
re bond is the following with the 1. iucit
ce, the amount ol" bond and the Stevens
idsnian: 18,747.0
IiTbert Holnian. Assessor Eastern The
trict. ?;:,00O, .1. M. Hartley. 20:J,101.
. STEIYIPI
iELTS.
Hundreds of them, and the be
style in the lot.
AINDKERCHIEFS.
An unexcelled stock, but tin
tion is in the prices just nowEW
GLOVES.
The glove stock is complete,
and coloring is included in thi
ECICWEA R.
Just the kinds which Fashion
to be suited in this stock.
?WELRY.
Xever before have we had s
stock of the little knick-knat
to feminine taste.
I C. STEMPL
Si a
STORE."
15 Coats forvJ> /\
vc dollars 1 i &
sn dollars
-tunate enough to secure from one
coat makers, nineteen coats, made -4
which he cannot duplicate-?in ?
two coats, in others only one.
oats were bought at a 'saving of Yon
at any
price thi
ber we have added sixteen coats back as
ir stock, making in all Thirty-five mereeriz
1 and 815, to bo sold at S,?- size, 24 j
st styles, 36 to 45 inches long. nate en0
>d Black and fancy mixtures of ento y(
Brown and Black and White.
fitting backs : with and without
rles of sleeves: Leg-'o-Mutton,
at sleeves.
arc lined in yoke and sleeves.
These co
>ut with Skinners Satin- ,?em" ?
them : in
ts at this price are Pillow
) last. - Y ^
VL HARTLEY
Aged Lady Dead. 0
s. Margaret Musgrave. widow of
ate .John Musgrave, ol" Pawpaw sy Knigf
ct, died at the home of her son,
doses Miller, at Rosstown. Tuesnorning
after a lingering illness.
Musgrave was 86 years of age The Iii
ler death was due to the inflrmi- elected t
ncident to her advanced years, meeting
lunerai win ue neiu co-monow
30 P. M. at the Meadowdale M. Eieuten
urch. Services will be conduct- Record
Rev. Phillips, and the interment Finance
>e In the cemetery adjoining the Chaplai:
h. Sergean
Master-;
DOCTORS ARRESTED. First .M
kins.
Charged With Illegal Practice Second
at Battle Creek. gan.
" Pickett(By
Publishers' Press.) Sentinel
7TLB CREEK. Mich.. Dec. (i.? Trusteewell
' known physicians have After tt
irrested here charged with ille- present w
actice and warrants have been which wil
for a dozen other doctors who Holdren a
id to be responsible for a eon- presenting
that has made criminal medical membersh
:e epidemic here. contest, a
flTHO'JT PROVOCATION 1,e l>an1,le
sits by an
irrison Smith Knock Down Dad a
~ i.r-y ., _ tcrestins <
Otes, So "Daddy Says.
winter, \vi
Otes,. the geod natured porter '* A <L
irpliy's saloon, was knocked,
yesterday evening: by Harrison mmm
tlie porter at the Grand Opera VI/A
bar. "Daddy" says that Smith .
him without any provocation.urefore
he is gcoin^ to have him
d and make him pay for il. ^011
o Ladies and Gentlemen. ' ^ *
On'
-oni, tile i-reiica nair aresser,
jeling. W. Va? will be at Mrs. FOR RENr.
Augustus' manicuring: parlors, modern in
i J offers on street, for two days ime. Cons
'tiosflay and "Wednesday. De- Hfliingrsley.
Gth and 7th, wir.li a full line of V7~~
. i' \/.tv XuE/A .
ous, "wigs and toupees for gen- . ^ , . .
7 ITntchinson
also pompadours. switches,
etc.. for ladTes. Chiropodist FOR REN1
specialty. " corner -Mot
TIT, ZZ?"?laonrl strcc
Vorid s Fair Admissions.
? . . ? , Terms two]
[By Publishers Press.)
bOlUS. Mo., Dec. 6.?A state
f tlie total admissions to the J.OST?del
i Fair from April 1 to December Barrackvlll
isive, given out l>y 'Secretary First ward,
i gives the total attendance at money and
7:;. , side pocket
figures for closing day are this officer
for sahe
?~ ward, Fiftl
f.oyal Benr
a SP0S?3dF&t ; for salt:
KT ^ ASS tory, all :
jlmiw jgfeiro an establis
office.
WANTED?
ty; State lo
st of it is there isn't an old Fairmont.
WANTEDmaid
at th
FOR SAFE
wheels: ru
b chief claim upon your atten- ?rade and
and they are temptingly low. cheap [n
office.
FOR KENT
Every desirable new style known as ti
b assortment. ward. C. I
FOR REN'I
vails; Rhoa
i demands.?Yon cannot fail WANTED?
at $4 per v
FOR REN1
ins on Pari
uch a varied and attractive Dollar SaYlr
:ks, which appeal so strongly FOR REN
rooms in tin
ing. Apply
EO /N FOR HENT
ACT 8 I rooms for r.
VAC. v/ building, M
Geo. Ml Jac
k "THE CHRISTMAS
M
Christmas Sale
of Sofa Pillows.
OQ EACH FOR 75 SILK
^<7 SOFA PILLOWS.
'31 agree with us that these are the best pillow values 3
rate you paid us more money for 50 of them last year
is year is due to the fact Jhat the order for them was
last June, and they were mado u during the dull seaso.
;ed hacks and Silk Floss filling; floral, colonial and
inches. Every pillow is a beauty and sure to please ?
ugh to get one for Christmas. And could you think <
nu couldn't begin to buy the material and make them f
SALE BEGINS TUESDAY.
roidered ?>ilk ?>o?a -Pillows
Japan, $5.00 to $10.00.
me to us direct from Japan, with the original tickets ;
They're simply as exquisite and dainty as only the .
lished with silk ruffles and silk cords. Be sure to see
r tops, cords and lqops in all wante
and colors.
7 & SON.
'FFICERS ELECTED WHAT IS THE U
its of Maccabees at Meeting ON VACC
of Last Night.
IMPORTANT" CASE RE
nights of the Maccabees SUPREME COURT
he following officers at the
last evening: UN .TED STA1
nder?G. E. Holdren.
ant Commander?J. E. Atilt. (By Publishers'
Keeper?O. E. McMillan. WASHINGTON, Dec.
Keeper?S. B. Kopp. stitutionality of the pol
n?Joseph Lang. enforce vaccination was
t?C. W. Hawkins. in the Supreme Court c
it-Arms?Hotvard Harden. States in the case of H
aster of Guard?Floyd Haw- son vs. the Commonwea
chusetts. Jacobson. upc
-Master of Guard?G. W. Du- submit to compulsory vac
fined $5 and the Superi
?A. B. Hill. | Massachusetts sustained
.?W. H. Brown. and the law. George F
?W. G. Hill. appeared for Jacobson, v
ie eleciion of officers, those being hacked by tfie NT
ere divided Into two teams, compulsory Vaccination
I be captained by Geo. E. sistant Attorney Genera
ltd H. Ij. Gould. The team, peared for tfie Commons
the most applications for is the first time this o
ip before tile close of the r eached the Supreme Cot
nd. the new members, will
ted. white the losing team
id watches litem eat. The
rranged to have several in- - _
entertainments during the *gj,
lit a view to making their .gL
i interesting as possible. ^
PIT GOL.Ui^M
r- ? \ WMKWk
Know What Wo Want? 'WMM
iral Short "Ads." at j gg?
e Cent, Per Word. ' ; ^
r?One ten room house, all ,,, ,
~r Our v\ atches which
lprovements. I.ocnst ave- . ,
, , . , . ? it, appointed unless vo
ohdatcd 'phone 2PS. S. E. <?& '' - the
largest stock of
<5iv our prices are low a
r?Two rooms at B. I). _ ....
's. 41C Jaclaon street. O SO BE SUKC flNI
7-?Six-room frame dwelling ^ ?- ^7e y
-ganrown avenue and Hay 3jij[
it. Gas and well water B a f
;ve dollars per month. Ifgl
.Ivj:i.N u. x B ? 0
ween Billingslea's store. PCI 5J2RI c
e, and Prank Tlsomas' of 0. IvElLiFiijLfc
a double purse containing iSg:, j23_2
two padlock keys in in;.
Finder please return to __
end receive liberal reward. ^Sb
1?Five room bouse, Fifth.
i street. No. 1003. Apply gjK^imwnflV?5?fcga.<;y
lett's barber shop.
1?Complete bottling fac- ft) HI /~v
jppl.i2.nces necessary, and |?| _ || S
lied trade. Apply at this gf 6ESSB&SHSS | | |
dlot or improved proper- M
cation and price. Box 512, || ???????
-A ^waitress and chamber |? Sj36Cl<ll
e Merrifield Hotel. ? tS! 11 C
?One go cart, automobile H| .
n one season; 24 dollar jg Cj
practically new; very ||
quire at "West Virginian |S
|l A new lot of RAX]
?12 roomed brick house, tfcj reived this Week.
he Morrow House in First Eg
Hutchinson. fi tf
?Furnished rooms; Du- 1 We can Sell you
Terrace.
"Four gentlemen boarders || A. great Stoefc of FU
reek. 816 Locust avenue. || to match, prices
7?Basement room, front m
Bank6' "nder CUiZeD9' ? Received a few n<
r?A. few choice offlct count?
3 new Peoples Bank build Eg
at the Peoples Bank. N A few specials in C
?A. number of fine office || All t b.j .
ent in the Geo." M. Jacobs H ? .All IrilY
onroe street. Inquire of
obs, County Clerk's office.
-4 ^r?. Furs?so universally JLiecomins. ,.';^^^^?
j ^ ^ Th^n why not Furs for Christmas?
-ou ^ever^ saiv : Well, we'll let the Furs?the kinds,
scroll'designs- While we have them, from
. . yt. jr ouu il?A. w-y. Y w V -* v v V1 I
Pres~- We've onlv '". room to tell von of a !
*?? ? small fevr.
At $3, Black nearsilk Scarf,
S From G tails. 80 inches long-.
At $5, a genuine sable scarf, ;
, 4 big bushy tails. I
and paper on "
Japs can make At $8.50 and $10,
them. ISABELLA FOX BOAS, ,J|
d designs and 72 inches long. mm
Children's Furs.
FAIEMONT, W. VA.
LW
VIRGINIA THREATENED mm
'IN ATION ? ?
rlll/HIl/Il . WITH EPIDEMIC OF SMALLPOX- . ?
PEOPLE NOT INCLINED TO BE
ACHES THE VACCINATED.
OF THE
(By Publishers' Press.l
t G.O. ' "
RICHMOND. Va.. Sept. C.?Considerable
uneasiness is felt over' -a.-t "
Press.) threatened smallpox epidemic in Vlif
8.?The con- gjnja this "wvlnter. The infecton has ^ .X
ice power to been scattered over the State by ne- ^5^
argued to-day groes from railroad camps and it; liasjji1.
if the United broken out in a more or less virulent
enning Jacob- form in a number of places. '
Itb of Massa- The Board of Health of Virginia ' .
)n refusal to which is without appropriation can do
icination, was tittle except advise the local author!or
Court of ties. The greatest danger lies in the
the verdict disinclination of the people to be vac-i \'
red Williams cinafed.
those case is
ational Anti- We want to feed Marion county
League. As- with Marion flour. Help it along, x '
.1 N"asli an- ?1
vealth. This The test books at the best prices. (1
uestion has Lloyd's, 814 Alain street.
irt. Magnolia flour for pastry purposes, x
jk WATCHES 1
bsii of ah t 1
I#' DESCRIPTIONS, f " ?
we sell art! our salesmen. You will be dis- ^ -"*&
ur watches come from our store. We carry iMaMI
well selected Watches in this city. Of course ^
nd our time pieces are on time g -VSlpB
D SEE OUr? STOCK BEFORE BUYING.
our "repairing'. ?
fl. FISHER. I
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. | J
TVljCk'IIN STREET. ?
LIJFFE'S. ? I
Sale of Children's
w going on. One ff
Regular Price.
^ATS-..$10 to 15 ,5
a Ladies* COAT for a small price.
fRS he,e-Mut?s <? ? t<) 25 .
?w Suits this -week?bought at a dis?this
is a saving for -you.
mr Millinery Department this week.
imed Hats Reduced.

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