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Ti iiwiiIj a genera* tanking buslWjM?? *? eorpcTTBClcms, firms and HP**"* morived upon the most I ^^HgMto.tama consistent with sound HU|iapnathre tanking. HMliltta time deposits. BBMlfta** suit with safety deposit \W ii'i :" ' t |? I 5Jf *'' ' jM^M f . y ^p|j^<tfrott<IB SAVINGS BANK Wtt rw*i miiuiihl uflnrv 3 9F FAIRMONT, W. VA. MHWP**'1' xfl*?SB&e<Uir 1863: Ctorotet to National Bank, 18C5. BE Laptui, Surplus and Undivided ftofits, $298,000.00. I| toad praoptly to all business Sjjfr?!-/ Iiiiliil to our care. 1- | 'Tufa*#" R| - tons Ml Tour money will be safe ton sat' t/hrmya at your disposal. ||v,;, We KM toe accounts of corpora I *. MUm.'Enr. President, ii, A. B. MMING. Vice President. &V .'R ?UID8i Cashier. |' ?UHW r. BARNS, Asst. Cashier, i Beard of Directors: HarHeT. A. B. Fleming. I#d3. ft Fleming, Wm. E. Watson, Jos. E. Sands. f; The Peoples B&nk fev-..... of Fairmont. I 0a?ITAt STOCK PAID III, 9)50,000.00. W. 8." Haywood Vice President |, X E BmmficM Cashier . Wat ? antf burglar proof vaults are free to customers for private pa- 1 ytlurbiislnoss, which will SraeeeHe prompt and crefut attention. S&'MMlllWi Ceo. M. Jacobs, \V. S. . aferedrti. J. hi. Hartley, Harry Shaw, W. & Hajsound, C. E. Hutchinson, SOBBf ENGINEERING COMPANY. Sp^'" .. CMt, Mining and Consulting JMMBhp, Fairmont, W.' Vn. ' . anrreys- of nfl kinds executed on i I, abort notice. Coal and coke plnnts i ||jifb specialty. Rates reasonable. Kx- 1 . MBtaattas and reports on mining ' yth .Job department of the West flrgletoi la always busy. Increased < itnaMaaa taa ttmpelled the purchase I PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT SUCCEEDS SECRETARY OF WAR , IN COMMAND OF CUBA. r HAVANA, Cuba, Oct IB.?With the ' departure for the United Statea of Secretary of War Taft, and the as- ^ sumption of the relnr, of government by Provisional Governor Mago..n the new administration of the Island re- c public can be said to be wet! started. * The proclamation by the new governor which was contained In all of the 0 Saturday newspapers, was well re- 1 reived tiv the resident's of Havana v anil It now gems certain that there will 1 he no further disturbances. Cnhans of all classes, regardless of their political beliefs are turning to get the internal i.flairs ouce more in sinoe that outsldo confidence will be rrstjreJ. Governor Magoon struck a vcrv poie ulur chord, when In his pruclamouou. he Jctlrred that he would do a.l In his power to "preserve Cuban Independence, protect life and property and bring about the restoration of the ordinary methods of government under the provisions of the Cuban constitution." The people sem to realise that this promise comes from the Roosevelt administration and will bo carried out. Administration Well Pleased. Up to a late hour to-night no reports of disturbances had been received here and the new administration is well pleased with the present state of affairs. Advices from Santiago and the -.1 hi , ,i.?, b wlliL'J Uiucn ui ,'lic i v;)iiiuiiv oiuiv mw. the proclamation of the new governor ' has been posted In nil public buildings and there Is an utter absence of crltl- (l cism of Its provisions. Several detachments of marines, f whose places have been talten by reg- 1 ular troops, reached Havana during J the late afternoon and will be return- G ed to the United States at once. 6 Taft's Proclamation. ^ In his proclamation turning over the f government to Magoon, Secretary Taft I' said: l] "Hy direction and with the authority 3 of the President of the United States, t I hereby lay down the office of Provi- ! atonal fiovernor of Cuba, assumed by a me on September 29, 1911(1, and turn the same over to Charles E. Magoon, c as successor, b (Signed) "W.M. H. TAFT." f Mr. Magoon in taking over the duties c of the olHce said: I) "To the People of Cuba: n "Acting under the authority confer- g red on lilm by the appendix to the eon- d stltutlon of Cuba, by the treaty be- f tween the United States and Cuba, rat- e ified July 1, 1904, and by the act of v Congress of the United States ap- F proved March 2, 1901, the President n nf tlw, Thiitml cttates hns nnnnlnted me 1 Provisional Governor of Cuba to sue- I. coed the Hon. William H. Taft, and I l< hereby assume lhat office. The pol- o icjfj d^clapd aiTA; the assurances given J by my predecessor wil be strictly ad' e liered lo and carried out. As provl- (< slonal governor I shall exercise the n powers and perform the duties con- o templateil and provided for by the 3, third article of the appendix to the i constitution of Cuba Tor the preserve- y Hon of Cuban independence and for a the protection of life, property and Individual liberty. As soon as It shall prove consistent with the attainment f of these ends I shall seek to bring about the restoration of the ordinary a agencies and methods of government ' under the other and general provi- '' sions of the Cuban constitution. All 0 provisions of the constitution and n laws, the application of which would c for the lime being he Inconsistent with ' the exercise of the powers provided 1 for by the third article of the appen- 1 dix must be deemed to he in abeyance, t All other provisions of constitution a and laws continue in force and full >' effect. o (Signed) , f "CHAS. E. MAGOON, 0 "Provisional Governor. e "October id, 190C." s c Offer for Famous Ruins. I ondon Dispatch in New York Times. J, It is nnnounced that the famous ruins of (he abbey at Glastonbury, (( Somerset, are in the market, and that (| an offer (or them has been received p from the United States. The ruins of the abbey, founded In tlie sixth century, constitute the chief Interest of Olastopbuvy for visitors. The flrst English Christian church It. snld to have been built by that town, p According to legend. It was founded by Joseph of Arimathca, who stopped to rest at Cilastonbury and placed his staff In the ground. It took root, and (torn it sprung the' fnmons Glastonbury thorn, which, according to popular superstltution. blossomed every . Christmas Day. The original thorn cas destroyed by the Puritans, but grafts from It exist. Of the once magnificent abbey, which covered sixty acres, the only remains are parts of the abbey church, with the roofless chapels of St. Joa-pli and St. Mary, and the abbot's kitchen. These buildings were begun in the reign of Henry II, and were Unshed about a century after his dentil. -j. l'hey nre line specimens of early and q mnsltionnl urchilectuie. O The Longfellow Centennial will he W :elebrated on February 27 by the Cammidge Historical Society. W. D. How- It ins will make the chief address. Is Among Fashion's Devotees. "rotn the New York World. In Emmanuel (P. E.) Church tosorrow the young daughter of Atharton Blight, known as the "Wild A lose Beauty," Mian Evelyn, will be uarrled to the young Londoner, Maan Alonzen Sands. The bride's sisers, Mrs. William Payne Thompson md Mrs. Gerald Lowther, the last re iamed the wife of the British Minis- th er at Morocco, are here fore the 111 eremony. The bride, who will bo el rtven away by her father, Athertnn Jllght/ will wear a princess gown oi if white chiffon embroidered In sit- Vi er, and will wear the Brussels lace le ell worn by her mother at her wed- m ling. . Her attendants will be Miss Muriel SI tobhlns, daughter of Mrs. H. P. Col- ai Jer; Miss Natlca Rives, daughter of Si ilrs. George L. Rives; Miss Margar- pt it Wlnthrop, daughter of Mrs. Rob- b< :rt C. Wlnthrop, Jr., of Boston, and in iUsb Greenough, a cousin of the brideilecL They will wear the turquoise i,( ilue panne satin and silver picture ( lata, encircled In blue plumes. The K irldegroom has chosen for his best H uan Graham Murray, of London, and v he ushers are to be Francis J.'Otis, Si Vllling Spencer, of Philadelphia, and U Hair Falrchlld, of Boston. They ore he recipients of handsome link cuff et mttons of quarts cat's-eye from the r.i irldfigroom-etect, while the brides- w aaids have received from the bride- et lect bar lace pins, of gold, studded ol vltjh petirls and turquoises. The veddlng breakfast will be served at th diss Blight's father's Bellvue avenue in lome, a large reception to follow. The irldul coupe are to sail for Europe. \\ Mr. Sunds, whose home is In Lonlon, Is a son of the late Mahlon c<! lands, a formei' summer resilient of 1.1 iewport, who owned Land's End, the M iresent summer home of Mr. and Mrs. si t Livlngton Beeckmnn. .Miss Blight's VI ;:-iindtp.tlier was the late Richard ialltonstall Groonough, the celcbrat- ,,, id American sculptor, who died a |0 ew years ago In Rome, Italy, where ^ 0 lived for decades. The Mttenca- aI i.ger King Cottage was the scene or tr. Sands' bnchelor dinner this ev- v mlng, and Miss Blight entertained ier friends at her home In Bellevtte tll venue. ,,, Ever since .Miss ' Evel.vn jBllght ,,t nine out, four years ago, she has y| een known to society as the "Wild jj lose Beauty." Owing to her rose- ?jj oloretl complexion and her line brown c. air, with glints of gold, this nick- nr ante waf appropriate. "The Blight Iris," of Philadelphia, daughters of ,1( itlierton Blight, have been prominent or years In Newport society. They |)| r the eldest sister, Mrs. William ^ ,ere all beautiful, and many consld'ayne Thompson, the handsomest wo- ^ inn in New York. The second sister ^ Ilss Alice Blight, married Gerald .owther. the British diplomat, after ^ ring a great belle, Mrs. LOWther was ' ne of the Intimate friends of Mrs. ' ohn Jacob Astor, Mis. Henry Rogis Winthrop, and Mrs. Waldorf As- |n tr. Miss Evelyn Blight has spent _ rnch of her time in England, and Is ' ften mistaken for an English girl. (i| lahlon A. Sands Is not relateil to the [(] .veil known Sands family of New , 'ork, and, like Miss Blight, has lived broad a great deal. , Mrs. Knox Has Clocks Galore. ih 'rom the New York Press. ' !l1 Collections of clocks generally prove i source or worry to their owners, for hough they muy be set at noon every ay from standard time, they disagree in short notice in the most mysteri- R us way. Friends who call on the lock owner, and whose watches have ieen set carefully, won't find any of he clocks with the true time?that is, lme exactly like that given by any of lo he watches. Of course, ihe watches ih re at sixes and sevens, too, but it l.t s no use trying to convince their i?.i wncrs that any of the clocks arc |ti Ight. Mrs. Philander C. Knox, wife ?r f the Pennsylvania Senator, Is brave u nough to face four hours at once; la o she has a remarkable collection of El locks. Besides modern timepieces, he has forty or fifty of antique make. I Si f all struck at once, the clangor?but hey don't. They make any particu- ?n ir sixtieth minute last about a. qtiar- j.? ir-hour. One of the recent additions i. j the Knox collection came from j aris. It is a huge bronze affair. In;nded for the library mantel, and the ge lock face is a bell of blue enamel. * WEED AND WASTE. as se rom the Pall Mall Gazette. ''' bout their gardens to and fro see the Jtusy people go, ar r in each private orchard plot on coking a fruit that conieth not. s'( Is t sunny light of hopeful morns f'1 hey seek to gather grapes of thorns ml nd ask a nurture for their needs Tc rom ragged, mi productive weeds. '8 up lie weeds are fair in flower and shoot, ?' tit only bear a spurious fruit; tal nd that which on the treeB they find 'n< < tart of taste and harsh of rind. 1,1 Te here in the gardens they complain 1 Is too late to sow again? ',0 lie grief of laborlngs misplaced f barren hours and seedtime's waste. Pa blind In age and rash in youth, t 'ho have not learnt this common an truth; gta i eayth or spirit, that alone . at) harvested which hath been sown. 12,0 LL NOMINATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED ? GOVERNORS OF 23 8TATE8. WASHINGTON, Oct. 16.?With the nomination of Governor Utter bj e Republicans of Rhode Island the it of nominations for the Novembei ections was completed. There will be elections In 43 States l November 6, Mhlne, Oregonanl ermont having already this year se cted State officers and their rcpre jjiaitvca ju uie siaucui i.uuai In 23 States a governor and othei :ate offlcers, as well as congressmen e to be chosen; In 10 States mlnm late offlcers or judges of the Sit eme court -uid congressmen are tc > voted for, and In nine congress en only are to be elected. The principal State offlcers are tc > chosen In Alabama, California ,'olom lo, Connecticut, Idaho. Iowa ansas, Massachusetts, Michigan innasota, Nebraska, Nevada, New ork, North Dakota, Sorth Caro'ina luth Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, and 'yomlng. New Hampshire elects only n gov nor; Tennessee a governor and a .llroad commissioner; and Pennsyl inla a governor and lieutenant gov nor,, auditor general and secretary Internal affairs. Minor State offlcers or justices ol e Supreme court are to be voted for Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Flori iT North Carolina. Delaware, 1'tah, 'ashlngton, and Montana. Congressmen only are to he selectI In A'ltunsas, Georgia, Mississippi, julslana, Virginia, West Virginia, aryland, Kentneky, nnd New JerV, nnd delegates in Arizona, New c.xlco, Hawaii and Porto Itico. The terms of 30 United States senors expire on March 4, 1307. The glslatures of Maine, Oregon, Ar insas, and Georgia, which elect senors, have already been chosen. In e following States the legislatures ill be elected next month: Michigan, Delaware, Texas. Kencky, New Hampshire, Kansas. Ten ssee, .Montana, Massachusetts, 111i is, Iowa, New Jersey, Idaho, West rglnia, Louisiana, South Dakota, Isslssippl, Virginia, Nebraska, Alaima, Minnesota, Colorado. North >ro!!na, South Carolina, Wyoming, id Rhode Island. Aside from the two principal pur's, a dozen others have 'icltets in ic .field. The Prohibitionists and o Socialists have tickets in nearly ery Slate. In less than half a dozStates have the Populists put up ndldates. in California Hearst's dependence League has put up a parate ticket. In New York and in assachnsetts the candilatcs of the dependence' League are the same those on- the Democrat,c, tickets: New York, the municipal ownerTexas the Republicans uro split Texas the Republicans are spli; lo two factions and each has notr.nted a State ticket. In Colorado ere is an independent candidate for ivernor in addition to the tickets it up by the Republican. Democratic d Socialist parties In several States e Independent Labor raitv has put i candidates. State Charters ACING AND FAIR ASSOCIATION COMPOSED OF FAIRMONT MEN IS INCORPORATED. CHARLESTON, Oct. 13.?'The fob wing charters have been issued by e Secretary of State: The Randolph imber Company, of Benlnh, capitalid at 125,000, with Its chic- works In y (fork district. The Inc. rpcrators e: J. H. Powell, J. J. L'ndonnan, E. Att, of Canlsto, N. V.: C. Wllrd, of Allegheny: W. W. Ktrby. of kins. The Marlon Agrlculluial Industrial iclety, of Fairmont, capitalized at 0,000 for maintaining and carrying a racing park near that city. The .orporators are: S. I,. Watson, M.' Hutchinson, A. D. Simon, Levi Harr, A. Clark, all of Fairmont. iware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, mercury will surely destrojr"t|4 nee of smell and completely dPranfje a whole system when entering It rough the mucous surfaces. Such tides shbuld never be used except, prescriptions from reputable phr dans, as the damage they win jo ten fold to the good you possibly here from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, inufactured by F. J. Chenney & Co,, iledo, O., contains no mercury, und taken internally, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces the system. In buying Hull's Ca rh Cure be sure you get the genu!. It Is taken internally and made Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Chentjy & Co. stiinonlals free. Sold by druggists. Price, 75c per Itlc. Take Hall's Family Pills for constltloo. STou can say more, to more peopli d for less money In the West TIr dan want coltunn than fhtaogb as: ter medium. <A cent a word reach e? 00 aubecijber* Tv it *mbmulb effective may u. mm FAIRMONT, W. VA. <*M. IDaiiy except Sunday. MuM only. A8TBOUNO. . V WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PJUL VDMLPHIA A NEW YORK. No I 1JE A. m.: No. 14. *1:40 P. M.; No. ? :.W F. m. t local to Ural ton j WWIillD ACCOM.. No 4 It* A M. AUTTON ACCOM.. No Ti. *10:41 A. * WESTBOUND. ? COLUMBUS A CHICAGO. No. ' lit A. It; Ha 71. 01:80 P U er WHEELING So. 7. -1:24 A. U.. N? W, *f:40 A. M. (IooaI); No. 71. *1:6 P. Of. (IooaJ); No. 66, *7:30 P. H MONONGAH DIVISION. W 3LARK6BURU A WESTON L<*v ? . t, 17:05 A. K: Na IS. *8:06 A. M ** 6, 11:45 p. It; No. 64. x(:M F St: No. 4. 19:46 P H Arilf I fit A. K.; No. 65. *11:50 A. MN? l 111:66 noon; Na 69. *8:30 P. IL; No S, U:M p. m. , AWMONT, MORGANTOWN * "ITTS BURG BRANCH. or B02VNELL8VIL1.B and PITTSBURG l#ra, Na 1, *5:00 A. M.; No. 3. 17:4? No. 61, *2:15 A. M. Arrive.. N? ' 66. *1:66 P. M.. Na 1. 17:20 P..<4.. N< 4, 16:46 P. 16.; Na 44. *9:41. <ar MOBOANTOWN. Lmv, 66 *6AO P. U. Arrive. No II. '16. ?. M. I 4b. 66. *7:12 A. M. PAW PAW BRANCH. ABBisr, Wedneedny and Saturday. <B4Mrt.No. 301. 7:00 A M.; No. 166 Arrive ^No. 300. 8:55 A M.; No. 161 SHREWSBURY B. MILLER, | Civil Engineer. | Office?Jacob* Building, | Fairmont, W. Va. P.O. Box, 528. j Railroads, Surveys, Reports, | /Foundations, Mining, | Hydraulics, Concrete Construction | Superintendence. | 20 Years Experience In Ocneral . Engineering. i OWe're showing our New and Exclusive Pall Woolens It may seem early to buy, but the wise man makes his selection before the rush begins. Your Inspection Solicited T. W. Hennen, MERCHANT TAILOR Id Floor, M&aonic Temple. * V FAIRMON't PRESSING CO. < > First Class Pressing and Repairing Ladles' and Men's Clothing. MONTHLY RATE, 11.50. Work Called for and Delivered. Bell Phone?2SW. Consolidated Phone?-552. ? + Si BiH which tends to Improve the facilities of our bank Is prresBed into service, iWe look verjt, carefully.after all detells and make.our service as Affective as possible. We receive deposits subject to check, psy 4 per cent Interest on savings tad time deposits, loan small banks to savings depositors, and render up-to-date service. Call for circular giving full information. Home Mas Sank-Wnnont. W. Vs. jajM.jt.4jij4jiJMjtjMja.aji.il jj C.A.BONflflM I Plumbino and % 3 Gas Fittino. 5 3 217 Walnut Avenue. J *. Consolidated Phone 594 k 2 B .11 Phone 421-R t fc ir ic tr to * ic rrirrrririrtr rr Id. l Mayers & Go.,| ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. Ton wire ler me and I will wire for jou. Complete Electrioal Initallatlon ?c ore ramiu^ uuuut, my ' r'i'^T-i?*WHM * Tailor. 500 Fall .patterns' to show ? ?^j^H ? umiMhip, and its a money ahead H ? * Suits and Overcoats, ^ % ^1"^M |1|1| ^ No fit no pay. ^ I TAYLOR the TAILOR, \ 5 P. 0. Bldg, Parks Ave., near bridge ? % See Big Electric Sign 5 See our $2 hats, They are the Talk of the Town jj *' Pressing, cleaning and Dyeing done on short notice, ? V ; i Galled for and delivered. Once a customer always a fc t customer. Both 'phones. Give us a call. h *' h K'irirK'irirjriririrK'iriPioif'jriririfirii'irirK'irirriririrrrr fc =========^^ . (j i Levi B. Harrj I \ I FAIRMONT REAL ESTATE, CORPORATIONS, MORTAGAGEB, ^ STOCKS AND BONDS. ^ + ^ COAL AND TIMBER LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. ^ 4 OIL AND GAS LEASES BOUGHT AND SOLD. J SPECIALISTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. T Levi B. JHai-r, ! i M Third Floor, Trust Co. Building < ============================================= 1 Golden Oil Becoming A Household Favorite Praised by the Citizens of West Virginia; used and Recommended by Practicing Physicians. " ' . '/.V Golden Oil. a famous old Indian remedy, is growing in popularity an a household medicine as its good qualities become known. It baa . been used by hundreds of tho citizens of l|ils Sfete and all who have used it will cheerfully recommend it Read the following teatimonlals: Wayne, W. Va., May 7th, UN. J To whom it may concern: This is to certify that I have used Golden Oil, and have found it to be all that is claimed fov it. A few weeks ago I had a moat ' |S violent attack of headache. I went out In the night and awoke Mr. 1 r Newman and got a bottle of Golden Oil. It relieved me at onoe. | 1 I would not be without It for many times Ibe price. Respectfully, JjJSgj GEORGE E8THP. T ' March 1, 19M. I can cheerfully recommend Golden Oil si a good household remedy. for cutsi bruises, and abrasions of the skin. Wm. Vaughn, East Lynn, W. Va. ' To whom it may concern: This is to certify that I have been a sufferer for several years from catarrh of the throat, and have been entirely cured by the use of Golden Oil. hlrs. John Staley, East Lynn, W. Va. It relieves pain as promtply as morphine or cocaine without the " - - - -? * ? I, la hn.mtnc A* an antl.ontlfl IS h; ).' dangers 01 euuci. m im-v .. 10 ? ?, ? ? _ superior to carbolic acid. I do not know of a more valuable to? ' ' ' . hold remedy. O T. Himcs, M. D. East Lynn, W.Ve, Other Testimonials Can Be Had for the Asking. ? GOLDEN OIL Is not n "cure all" but a simple, harmless, honeehold remedy that is a certain and Quick destroyer of all aches er ' pains. It is unexcelled as a remedy for neuralgia, headache, ' ;V! toothache, earache, rheumatic pains In children, colic, cholera mor> bis, flux, summer complaint, pain urination or bloojy gravel aa It is called, bruises, cuts, old sores, chilblains, frost bite, bums and scalds, boils,> carbuncles, teter, eczema, itching piles, cramp, cold i> , ' head, nose cold, lumbago, scial ic pains, abscesst facial neuralgia, M. and in any case where there Is any great pain as an anodyne. I A DOCTOR IN YOUR HOME, t ft.ic ,1.., ,.n? hfli.a wbun vnn >1 a VP n hnttlp nf Golden Oil in 4 , yniir house. It Is the sufferer's most useful friend and no family can SjfSj afford to remain without this remedy when It can be procure! ?f It Is equally serviceable when applied externally or taken. Inter nally Every hot!to guaranteed to lo what Is claimed for It or your ,SO Ce^\"'