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1 nil 1 Km/fr (V ^ . ,.V "HITCH YOUR WAGON w'fiajr* Emerson. In every day par1 lance, bare high ideals. In everyday ^business protect yourself so you can think of other things than dollars. I'M Boiled down, hove your house, your sj&^ertonal effects, your furniture, your bop or store Insured against fire loss through oor reliable agency nuTim LEANING, Pressing and ReI m pairing Ladles' and Men's BE: Clothing. Work oalled for Prefix & and delivered. Mothly rates - HARRY R. COLE, ^^j|Btop phope 90-w Bell Phone 241. vmxw ovSh Otter Broha shoe store. jit ja* ik*****#** + If flra warn! p^l +* + + **** *.** >( **** > Miss Bndora Stone, of Bast. Park u;';: avenue, is spending a few days at the home of Mrs. I.ohis Kanlsel, of Fourth Mr. Austin Stealer went to Monon? gah yesterday morning, where he acpi,; . ' | cepted the . position as telegraph opV Miss Qoldle Hamilton, of Merchant & Mr. A. S. Radford, of Pittsburg, Is -Mb dRUghter. Mrs. Rebecca ?^-!'>Jprlokett,.of Merchant street. Mr. and ft^i'Mrs. Meredith Prlckett, of Pleasant Valley, and Mrs. Zora. Carpenter, of Colfax, spent yesterday as Mrs. Prickguests. Mr. E. M. Kirk, of Johnstown, Pa., l^jVwnuned to his home to-day after '.'intending a few,days with friends in a lilittle Raymond Thomas, son of W. . S. Thomas, Is ,11] at his home on OlaBrai&aiipiid street. ' Ualta Wllao nf Torro Alhl I ..stopped oft in the elty yesterday for A short stay. She was en route to New York City, where she will spend the winter. , Mr. J. L. Stealey, who Is traveling In the employ of American Jewelry Co., was in the city yesterday and spent the evening with his family. Mrs. A. Holden has returned from "gra p j NOTE?SPECIAL, ir: I received and filled i a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. 4 D.'F. Connelly, of Littleton. 4 Mr. and Mis. T. A. Akin have re- '4 turned from Untor.town, where they 4 were called by (he death of the lat- ^ tdr's grandmother, Mrs. Abigail Coombs. Mrs. Charles Stevens, of Satterfleld c street, Is ill, threatened with quinsy. j, a Bad 8mash-Up. a Carpenter and Irons, who.have Just, bought a new wagon In the Interest g I * ' " * - * ? ?^ ?'it. K~.I or tneir uusinesa, met wmi imu iuu.-v q on the first trip. Either the horse (tyd hot like the wagon, or wis fright- v rued for some cause. It ran away Wednesday evening and before It . could be stopped It had badly damaged (he wagon. The wagon was taken to ^ the shop for repairs, an the attempt h will lie made again and we hope with better luck. , a In Good Condition. At the meeting this week of the 1 ady Maccabees, three members were Initiated and five more names presented to be acted upon at te next 1 Meeting. At the close of this meeting F a course of refreshments was served, nt;d a thoroughly enjoyable evening " was spent by those present. The L. e O T. M. nre actively at work getting new members to add to their num- " hers, and feel much encouraged ah ready. 11 h Court News Judy Discharged. " Tlio Jury was discharged this morning. 8 Henry R. Johnson vs. Baltimore nnd r Ohio Railroad Company, Circuit Com t r cuse: November rules. Ogden and Ogden attorneys for plaintiff. Marriage License. a Henry Shaw Lively and GInJys DeBolt. c Carl Riggs nnd Isa E. Hawkins. ? ? P DOROTHY RUSSELL DIVORCED. II Her Husband Makes no Defense to 1 Charges Entered. NEW YORK, Oct. 18.?Dorothy Rust 11 sell Einstein, daughter of Lillian Russell, the actress, was yesterday granted an Interlocutory decree by Justice O'Gorman, In the Supreme court, v from Abbott L. Einstein, to whom she was married in 1903. Mrs. Einstein sued for an absolute divorce on statutory grounds, naming r as co respondent a woman wose name itfie could not ascertain. No defense I was made by Einstein. ? Think of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Cure c If your nose and throat discharges? ' If your breath Is foul or feverish. This * snow white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalptus, Thymol, Menthol, e etc., Incorporated Into an Imported, creamlike, velvety petrolatum. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call e at our store for free trial box. K. A. d Billlngslea & Co. t lND < MONDAY I MIL! I 1 IN HE I "A P. 4 1 j1 . Excelle J B The management an n the order of arrival for REGULAR SA1 "I -I-I !"I M I-I-I- I ' FAIRVIEW J0TTING8. 4* c Regular services at the M. E. hurch, South, Sunday night at 7:30 y Rev. J. M. Carter. Sunday school t 9:30 a. m. Eve'rybojy Invited to ueno. , Married, it the M. E. parsonage, t unday, October 14111, by Rev. Carter, lyde S. Shuman and Miss Lulu Price. < Elder B. F. Purdham, 5. D. A., of r r'ashington, D. C? Is here holding a c eries of meetings in the adventlst t hurch. i Superintendent Thos. A. Nelll, of 1 lannington, was a business visitor , ere Wednesday. < Mrs. Geo. W. Blaker and daughter, i liss Myra, left Thursday for a few ays' visit at Pittsburg. Mrs. McDanlels, of Fairmont, was < lie guest of Mrs. Rae Rex Tuesday. ) Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Martin are visit- j ig their daughter Mrs. M. L. Amos at lllsworth. Pa. i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson, of Fair- I lont, were In the city Tuesdny the I uests of Mrs. James Powell. I Mrs. J. M. Carter is expected home I Ills week from Clarksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Cllhu Yost have re- I urned from Bruston Mills where they I ave been visiting their daughter, Mrs. ' lalph McChesney. J. R. Timms, Jr., cashier of the F. 1 nd M. Bank, is at St. Louis attending 1 lie Bankers' Association. 1 Messrs. 0. E. Morris, A. W. Mitchell 1 ind Misses' Leuna Hall and Dessa ' irairoo were at Fairmont Tuesday 1 light to witness the projection of Captain Careless" at the Grand. \V. T. Sturm Is spending his vacation t New York City. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. McCaslln and hlldren Misses Ruth and Louise leit lunday for a month's visit nt lndoendence, Kansas, where Mr. McCasin has a position offered him and If e likes the place they will locate here. Mrs. J. A. and Chas. Smith are vlsltag relatives at West Lumberry, Pa. 1 Mrs. Rolland McCaslln has entered look's Hospital for treatment. Miss Maude Taylor will leave next reek to attend school nt West Liber- ' y. French View of Annexation. 'rom the Le Petit Parlslen. After Cuba, the other islands will ie drawn Into the orbit of the United itates, which possesses incontestable orces of attraction, and the Jay will om? when- the whole archipelago will le. under tne starspangieo unuuci. 'Ictor Emmanuel once said of Ituly, One must carry out anexation as one ats artichokes, leaf by leaf." If you have furnished or u'lurnleh d rooms to let you sill find the ad Iress of the people seating them In be West Virginian sent cninmn. 5pera "*0CT0i ENGAGE DRED ?R NEW RC ARADI! WRITTEN BY A Magnificent Sc int Cast. (ICES: .25, .5 mounces that Mail On the performance of Mi LE OPENS FRID Plum Run Mine V n. *14 T 11 . is still iaie JFFICIAL8 HAVE DECIDED TO ALLOW WORKMEN TIME TO COOL OFF. WHEELING, Oct 18.? Secretary 'atrick lleBryde, of the Ohio operaore, and President 'Andrew Watkhis, f this sub-district of the Ohio district, >f the U. M. W. of A., visited three nines Wednesday and adjusted slight inferences. The mines visited were ho Furseglove, near Maynnrd. the V. It O., at Barton, and the Provident, tear St. Ciairsville. The differences it those mines were slight and were raslly arranged satisfactorily to both ulners and operators. President Watkins will visit a mine ecently opened fln the B. and 0. near 3t. Ciairsville Junction to-day to ook into some complaints at that oolnt. The trouble at the Glenn's run mine uver the discharge of a miner has not jeen settled. The miners seem to hlnk the discharge ,was unjust, but he company considers its action Justiled under the scale agreement. At Plum run, irom luiiaiiuiuun gained Wednesday by telephone, maters there are In statu quo. The miners are still obdurate and refuse to work under Ihe present superintendmt. The miners' ofllclals are helpless 'rom the fact that there Is nothing :o justify a strike under the scale, and he company has nothing to concede ,n either wages or conditions. The nen refusing to return to work in obedience to orders from their duly elected officials, the affair Is more In ihe shape of a rebellion than anyihlng else, because, without Ihe sanction of the officials of the miners' organisation no strike can be declared officially, and unless the mine operator demands unreasonable concessions and refuses to operate his mine when men are willing to work It Is no lockout. It was learned, unofficially, that General Superintendent Willoril, of ihe United States Coal Company, and president Watklns, of the miners, have concluded to make no further attempt to reason with the miners this week, giving them a few days to cool off and take off the edge of their present temper. Prevcntlcs, as the name Implies prevents all Colds and Grippe when "taken at the Bneeze stage." Preventlcs are toothsome candy tablets. Preventlcs dissipate all colds quickly, and taken early, when you first feel that a cold Is coming, they check and prevent them. Preventlcs are thoroughly safe (or children, and as effectual for adults. Sold and recommended In 5 cents and 35 cent boxes by E. A. Billlngslea & Co. Plenty of position are offered In otu want column. Look It over. s HO m 22. :/v\ent op HOLL )MANTIC D >E OF MATTHEW BARF ienic Production A Dram; iO, .75, $1, iers containing remit idred Holland. AY MORNING, Q >< < ifftA! CITY WV1M4 THE COAL ^ For October is now in page edition. The Cut Glass a a somest sheet ever I the carrier. If yoi i# . . ^ * + tai. txciusive ae illustrated. Mildred Holland. ^ That brilliant and magnetic emo tlonal actress, Mildred Holland, so ^ well and favorably known to our the titer goers, will make her annual appen,ranee at the Grand Opera House on Monday, October 22d, tn "A Paradise ^ of Lies," especially written for her ^ by Matthew Barry, and which will be produced on an elaborate scale, T "A Paradise of Lies" Is a romantic ^ play of the beglanlng of the Elgh- + teenth century. Its plot Is new and a very Interesting; the action Is well . sustained, and the situations are strong and logical. The prologue con- 4 tains an exceedingly pretty scene, 4 novel In Its conception, and admira- ^ bly worked out, which Is immediately ? followed in the first act by the Intro- J ductlon of the principal motive. The second act developes an Interesting $ story. The third act contains a su- ? perb climax and ends with a scene _ of remarkable strength. j SHREWSBURY B. MILLER, | Civil Engineer. | Office?Jacobs Building, j Fairmont, W. Va. P. O. Box, 526. | Railroads, Surveys, Reports, Foundations, Mining, | Hydraulics, Concrete Construction | Superintendence. | 20 Years Experience In Qener&l | Engineering. USE CO 60 bli he he or u. 6? ; ] .AND iRAMA LIES" IY. < w atic Treat. $1.50 r31SI itances will now be 'm'tonmnfco'.] Time at The CobI City. Ijl I Itock is Now Complete. ireat Many New Patterns. + er, We Are The Largest |JSg|ggj, and Rug House in Fairmont. JH^ CITY NEWS 193^ J 1 press. This is a twelve fl | u ^ ^ 1 nd China supplement is the hand- f published in this City. Watch for 1 don't get a paper, drop us a pos- + isigns. in cut glass, handsomely C WmVDresseY Meals W ***\ No Gincaoo Nor PacKlna House Meats I have moved my sbop into new quarters, and have a nice clean place,1 where you ran always, Winter and Summer, get tbe freehest Beef, Veal, Pork and Sausage every day. I select my own stock, and do my own butchering, so you see + you get choice as well as fresh meats. ^ Fresh butter and eggs, and game in season. My prices are right, and here they are? - < Serloln Steak, per tt>. ..15c Veal 8tew 10c ^ Porter Houae 8teak 15c Veal Raaat 12J4o V ' Round 8teak 15c Veal 8teak .......180 , Rib Roaita 12J/ac Freah Pork 12J,,e , Boiling Meata 7c Pork Sausage 12/ac , Compare these prices with others. You get full weight al ways, and your child will bo treated as well as if you come TT flsij ' yourself- JOHN FBORENE, : , Corner Market and Merchant Streets. DR. BAILEY. Soecialist I in Chronic Diseases, if Catarrh, Aathma, Hay Favar, Daafnaa* Pff. ' MJUi Varicocele and 8trletura Curad. PBgfc ^|V. PILES?I cure without operation EzJT1" days. No detention .from bualneaa. ? |P JKs|| PRIVATE DISEASES - Newly tracted cases cured. All burnln# EJKey and Itching, Inflammation and u? v| |fi?fnatural weakness stopped. RUPTURE?Of men, women and chlV dren curad In from 10 to 30 days, v/wr No detention from business. Why wear a truss? Under my treatment . ' -':M Don't suffer a day longer If you lm- you "trow It away, ine yourself to be In the last stageB KIDNEY, BLADDER AND 8T0MACtf disease, but come to me AND BE TROUBLES?By my system of treat. -\4 JRED, If you are suffering from vari- ment show signs of Improvement at cele, stricture, gonorrhoea, gleet, onee. larged prostrate, bladder affections, 8KIN DISEASES ? Treated success'. ' ood poison, neuro-debillty, lost man- fully. od, incompetency or nervous ex- RHEUMATI8M, INFLAMMATORY or , .ustlon from overwork. Indiscretion CHRONIC, CURED?I will mak* '->$! excess. caIls ?u tola class of patients who qJji oonnnt /lntnn tn thn nfflro Tf VRD ^ THE Latest Scientific Instrument* ?nnot call write for borne ed in the Successful Treatment of ment. OFFICE HOURS?9 a. m. to 8 p. m. dally; Sunday, 11 a. m. to 3 p. na :3,| Consultation and advice free. Static treatments and Ex-Ray examinations^ |ifffl Permanently located on Monroe, between-Main street and the opera houseu ../'Kjg'i Pairmont, W. Va., Jacobs Block, rooms 204-205, second floor. Come op . italrs. Bell 'Phone 414>l. ijjj? TRANSFER HAULING.! | I move anything from a baby carriage to a street car and do it quickly, also make a specialty of moving Household Goods and Pianos without damage. When you need Coal, |||||H call me up. I deliver Coal and Sand to all parts of ths ' t' -f-S city in short order. When you have Hauling to do, or desire anything placed in storage, eee Thomas, he's the man. ' Trunk hauling a specialty. Bell Phone?Office 8, Res 340. Con.-omce iw, <v. vv vi lllViTmv) STOP A TWO/WENT * 1 J I " * ~jP An Iniuranea policy at this tlmo woaW I.ri'i "" b? comforter In tha tlma at M? ^ ^ ^ OTREBT.