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;h'tchtvohr wagon j
Bays Emerson, In every day per'
lance, bare high Ideals. In everyday fl
business. protect yourself so you can t|
think of other things than dollars.
I 'Boiled down, have your house, yotfr
'iB personal effect#,* your furniture, your
. nh?p or store Insured against Are ?
lpsfl through gur reliable agency
?I."S. BLACK.' '
LEANING, Pressing and ReV
M': pairing Ladles' and Men's ri
^ Clothing. Work oalled tor <1
and delivered. Mothly rates 0
oi application. ,
C' V HARRY R. COLE, T
|Pjpjp phone BO-tr Bell Phone 241. D
sis. Oiler Brohs shoe store (
I! First ward i!
****** a
Mildred Nuzu'm, daughter of
ifMr and Mrs. Bailey Niizum, of Mar?ket
street, 1b quite sick. e
If; Mrs. Ella Courtney ana uaugliter, 11
Miss Mary, have returned to their 8
home In Morgantown after a brief visit E
with friends In First ward. 1
; f"Mrs. 8. L. Hupp and two children,
of Littleton, arrived In the city last a
: evening to^ spend some time visiting a
; the former's aunt, Mrs. J. N. Gasltlns.
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Frary have re- '
turned from Thornton, Preston cotmty,
where they Bpent their honey- a
' l livy will 1CBIUC tor nic-pu-a- p
ent at the home of Mr. 0. B. Levelle,
iV-r?;';ct Merchant street
' v: W. E. Radford, of Enterprise, is, E
la the city, to-day visiting relatives. iJ
^ Mri. O. W. Bent and daughter, Ila, S
iSV of Grafton, arrived in the city yester- p
1 - - day afternoon. Rev. Bent came w
Wednesday, and will preach both Sun- N
day morning and evening at the Dia- M
tnond street M. E. church. tt
Professor and Mrs. S. O. Bond went tl
fe to IShinnston Friday -.to spend a few tt
days with friends. Mr. \V. A. Hits|j?lead
had charge of Prof. Bond's class
?t the school Friday during his ah
acnce. a,
Kf- Mrs. Dora E. White has returned to ty
r i Fairmont after a short stay with Mrs.
Mg John Fleming, of Mlllersville. u
- Mrs. A. A. Ayers returnej thi3 v<
morning to her home in Elkins after
Sr ' ft few days spent with friends and rel- n
atives in First ward. bi
5i_- Mrs. Bessie Spurllog, of Western- tt
port, Md., arrived in the city yester' {day
-to Spend some time with her
mother/ Mrs. Mary Ann Bartholow, of
p ; Columbia street. tc
y- Little Gladys Henderson is quite 111 I)I
??..- the home of her parents, Mr. and g.
Mrs, George Henderson. n,
?!>"> Mrs. Mary Price, of Morgantown,
who has been visiting friends in this
iV city for some time, returned to her
home yesterday.
' f M%.o T W fW/trnv hns rptlirno.l to
her home In Georgetown, having been
v called here by the death of Mrs. A.
Wiley.
A . ______
Committees Appointed.
At a recent meeting of the congro"
Ration of the Diamond street SI. E.
church the following committees were
chosen for the next conference year: "f
Board of stewards?E. A. Wilson. H. J?
'K J. McElfresh, E. M| Kirk, E. B. Bar- j'1
\f, den, L. H. Satterlleld, Chas. Stevens,
; J. R. Smouse, Snhford Jones, O. B. J;
; I^evelle, H. W. Satterlleld, Misses Lily '*
i.'s Carpenter and Gertrude Waters. Mis- e
j' |. slons?Mesdamea R. E. Harr, J. Q. "
i? Lovelle, T. 6. Harden, Prlcllla Merri- ' '
fe ' field, Lizzie Robinson, Messrs. E. W.
j?-<- Sh^tleff, John S. Scott and A. W.
f- | 8t<*ig.
fe|' Pradman's Aid?Mosdames E. A.
Wilson, H. W. Sntterfield, Florence sc
: v Gray, Lucy Rlggs and Rose Nichols, si
, j Church Executors?Mesdames Eliza- su
beth Slaughter, Ella Sterling, Fanny -Jw
Rogers, Messrs. Ira Williams and Jns. nc
Smith. Hi
i : Bible?Mesdames Lou Barnes, Del- To
i , ,1a M. Barnes, Myrtle Orahood, L. H. "C
$ Satterfleld and J. C. Blnkeninrc. or
Education?Aliases Blanche Shurt- In;
lett, Lucy Barnes, Florence Levelle,
ty ' pis -May, Lennle Reeves, Nell Harden
and Mrs. Fanny Itojgers.
S. 8. Union and Tracts?Misses Lily sc
g*:j <Jarpenter, Maude Prlckett, Nellie WIN Pe
v.-v eon, Lena Reel and Delphla Davis, evl
Temperance?Oliver 3hurtlelT, Wal- aei
;irv Kirk, Charles Stevens, Mrs. Aldlne 'hi
Hammers and Mrs. Minnie Watklns.
> Church Records?E. A. Wilson, J| ]
nd'T.'T. Hoult. at
rHERS 1
' *
Church Music?Board 6f Stewards?
Intimating pastors salary?J. M.
mlth, E. A. Wilson and Oliver ShurtConference?A.
W. Sterling, T. T
[oult and J. Q. Levolle,
Sunday School?David Rodgers, Oiler
Shurtleff and Miss Flarence Lev
lie.
Fire In First Ward.
Both fire departments were called
? the home of Mrs. Cora Reger on
ho cornor of Guffey and Diamond
treet yesterday afternoon at 3:30
'Ire originated In the parlor where n
lumber was at work with the gas
iter detaching the gas stove, the gas
lied the room, as It had not been
urned off at the street, and caught
re by a mining lamp which was In
lie room. The Are department wort
ailed and by their prompt action the
re was extinguished before it hal
ained headway. The parlor furni
ire and a fine piano were badly dam
ged, but pre covered with insurance,
Reunion.
Arrangemnts are being made for a
eunlon to be held by the sons and
aughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. Radford,
f Pittsburg, Sunday at the home ol
Ir. W. E. Radford, of Enterprise,
hose who are expected lo go are, Mrs,
iora E. White, of Salt bake City, Mr.
. D. Radford aad family and Mr,
Impson Prlckctt and family, of First
ard, and Mr. W. E. Radford and filmy
of Enterprise will lie the relatives
resent. It Is regretted that Mrs. S.
adford will not lie able to attend on
ccount of Illness. A pleasant time Is
ntlcl paled,
Entertained at Dinner.
Mrs. T. D. Harden very pleasantly
ntertalned ut a twelve o'clock din,
or Thursday at her home on Water
Ireet in honor of several out of town
ucsts of whom Mrs. Cordray left In
le afternoon for her homo. Mrs. Karen
Is always a gracious hostess and
II of the guests spent a delightful
fternoon. Covers were laid for Mrs,
. H. Cordray, of Georgetown; Mrs,
ou Reese, of Illinois; Mrs. A. A.
yers, of Elklns; Miss Madge Wiley
nd Mrs. Rebecca Knight.
Presented with $1,000.
The Board of Trustees of the M,
1. Church, met last evening afJames
eonurd's store on Water street. Mr.
hlnn, or Shinnston, was present anil
resnted them with a check for $1,000
hlch was willed to llient by Mrs.
ancy Golden, who died a year ago.
[r. Shlnn Is administrator of her esite.
The ip?ney is to help In the erecon
of a new church In the near fume.
City Hospital.
Charles Nelson, of Sixth street, was
Imittod yesterday for treatment of
phold fever.
Miss Anna Toothman was operated
pon yesterday and Is getting along
;ry well.
Miss Pansy Jacobs, who has been
ursing Mrs. Fred Jenkins, who has
>en very 111 with typhoid fever, has
.uurned to the hospital.
At the Commercial Hotel.
I lie new iinivttia ??i me iiuici
-rday were: M. L. Brooks, Clarkslire:
A. A. Spotts. Grafton; J. L.
windier, Fairmont; Mr. John Dorthey
id wife, of Wheeling.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. lieltl a very interding
meeting last evening at the SI.
. church. A large number of mem rs
were present and discussed differit
business matters.
AT THE CHURCHES.
Diamond Street M. E.
Rev. G. W. Rent, pastor.?Sunday
iltool at II:BO, R A. Wilson, superinndent;
preaching at 10:45, subject,
"racticing What You Preach; Junior
eagtte at 1:30, Mrs. Florence Gray,
nder: general clnss meeting at 2:30:
pwortli League at 0:30, topic, "Studs
In Church Benevolence;'! preachg
at 7:30, subject, "The Church anil
,e World;" prayer mooting at 7:30
ednesday evening.
First M. P.
Rev. n. S. Boggs, pnstor.?Sunday
lionl nl 9:30, .1. S. Walker, assistant
iperintendent; prenclilnt? at 10:45,
bject, "The Oolden Rule nf Loves;"
inior C. E. al 2:.".II. Miss Lena Vaunt,
loader: V. P. S. C. E. at 6:30, Mr.
irry McCloy, leader, snlijpel, "FaithInoss;"
preaching al 7:30, subject.
Irace for Every Bay's Needs;" praymeeting
at 7:30 Weilnesday even?.
Baptist.
Rev. T. U. Lawlcr, pastor.?Sunday
hool at 9:30, Mr. W. A. Hustead, sorintendenl;
B Y. P. U at p:30 in the
ening. There will be no preaching
rvices on account of the absence of
i pastor.
Plenty of position are ottered In oi'i
,nt column. Look it over.
'?V> . '
SECRETARY TAFT
NOT THE MAN
. PRESIDENT MUST 8ELECT ANOTHER
FOR BROWN'S PLACE
?BIG TASKS AWAIT
DOING.
i WASHINGTON, Oct 20.?Secretary
I of War Taft has definitely <leclded-not
to accent the Presidents' recent ten
' 1 <ler of an associate justiceship of the
Supreme Court, and has so informed
1 his official chief.
fix consequence of his declination of
the place, Mr. Roosevelt will soon of1
fer it to another man. He is now can'
vasslng a choice list of available men,
! and expects before long to make a se'
lection. The vacancy to he filleJ was
caused by the retirement of Associate
Justice Henry B. Brown, of Michigan,
at the concluslonof last spring's term
of court.
"Secretary Taft's decision to remain
1 In the Cabinet for the present doubtless
will occasion surprise in some
; quarters, for 11 was the opinion of
many prominent public men In Washington
that he was deferring the announce*
;nt of his acceptance of the
President's offer in order to participate
with propriety in the pending Congressional
campaign. They expected, especially
In view of the President's
failure to appoint another man, that
the Secretary would be ready to don
the ermine nfter the November elections.
Surprise to the Supreme Court.
Among those to whom Mr. Taft'.i
resolution to retain his Cabinet portfolio
will lie news were some members
of the Supreme Court, for It was their
1 understanding, before Congress adjourned,
thnt he had virtually consented
to become one of their associates.
This impression became prevalent in
court circles immediately -after a certain
visit to the White House by Chief
Justice Fuller and Associate Justice
Harlan early In the summer; that was
about the time the President offered
Associate Justico Brown's place to his,
War Secretary.
On the other hand, there are men
who have anticipated the Secretary's
action. They have found It difficult to
convince themselves that he would
conclude to become an associate Justice
when his prospects for something
more desirable, according to their notions,
were so exceptionally favorable.
One thing they had In mind was the
chief justiceship, and the other was
the Republican nomination for President,
for, irrespective of what Mr.
Taft himself may think about it, there
inre many people who believe he ought
to succeed Mr. Roosevelt and has a"
excellent opportunity of doing so.
Not Controlled by Ambition.
However, the Secretary has not
been actuated by personal ambition in
declining to become Justice Jlrown's
successor. Those who know the impelling
motive say he did so for the
same reason lie put aside a similar
proffer in the winter of 1603. lie was
llien serving as governor of the Philippines,
and explained to I lie Pre itdenj
that lie still had work to perform
there which lie could not conscientiously
leave to another. Today
he has plans with respect to the arcripelago
which he desires to see consummated
before retiring from Ihe
War Department; he also wishes to
retain a directing hard on the Cuban
situation, and also to bring the Panama
Canal project up to a more satisiactory
status.
Not Barred froro Bench,
notwithstanding the fact Hint lie
In.- inclined agt'.n I" goon iIm- .". i Ii
i:? r'ocretary b s on snir-li b red nil.
IP' dances of be jlip; a member o!
" Ugliest j.i-1 e!. ttlliinuil of tl.o
land. On the contrary, Ids prospects
are as auspicious as ever, for It is almost
certain. If noi absolutely certain,
I that there will ho other vacancies to
which lie Is eligible within the next
Iwo years. Associate Justice Peckham
has already indicated his intention
of retiring soon, hut he conies
from that circuit.' Associate Justice
Harlan, now In his seventy-fourth
year, lias also created the impression
that he expects to relinquish his duties
before long, and he was appointed
from the same circuit of which Ohio Is
a part.
Then there is Chief Justice Fuller, j
.also in Ills seventy-fourth yenr, who,
lit is thought, will lay aside his judl- '
clal relies within the next thirty I
months, If Mr. Tnft Is not already on |
the bench, he can he appointed Fuller's .
successor. It may he regarded as a
foregone conclusion, in this connec- I
Hon, that the President will make the |
Secretary Chief Justice, if ihe oppor- ,
tunlty presents Itself. In a sense the
War Secretary Is actually slated for I
the office. (
Political Effect of Decision. |
While Mr. Taft makes no profession
nt having political aspirations, he has J
many friends, who now will probably '
undertake to exploit him as a Fresi- |
dcntlal candidate. j
Quite likely some practical poUtl- .
clans will construe bis declination of '
tbe justiceship as signifying that.,Ill;
several other distinguished puhl!
men, he Is willing to take his chance
In 1908.
The selection of a successor to Ai
sociate Justice Brown was consldere
at a White House conference. Seen
tary Taft was present. The others I
the conference were President Roost
velt, Secretary Root, anil Postmaste
General Cartelyou.
NEEDLE IN HER KNEE.
Jersey City Woman Hears That Shi
May Have Collected it When
a Baby.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20.?.Mrs. H. A
Smith, of 538 Ocean avenue, Jtrse;
C'ity, has heen a sufTerer, as she sup
posed, tor a year or more from rheu
inausm in nor rtgnt Knee. aue mec
nmny remedies without deriving an;
benefit from them, and yesterday call
ed In Dr. William Lambert to rellev
her sufferings. He told her the pair
was not due to rheumatism, but ti
some foreign substance Imbedded ii
the knee, which was working Its wa;
to the surface.
Dr. Lambert lanced the knee am
extracted a needle. Mrs. Snil h har
no recollection of having run n ncedh
into her leg, but Dr. Lambert said I
might have occurred while she was ;
baby.
''Well, in that case," said Mrs
Smith, "I have tjeen carrying that nee
die about with me for lift:' years.'
Mildred Holland.
Appearing at the Grand opera house
on Monday, Oct. 22d, .Mildred Hollam
will give the first production In thli
city or her new emotional drama,
Paradise of Lies," by Matthew Barry
Holding undisputed swav' as one o
the foremost emotional actresses, wh<
brings to her work a charming dlgiri
tj and magnetism which has won hoi
popularity wherever the English Ian
gunge Is spoken on the Western Con
tinent, it Is particularly gratfying tha
Miss Holland has one of the most sat
it-factory successes of her entire ca
roer.
In "A Paradise of Lies," a play In t
prologue and three acts, Hiss Hollant
riins the gamut of every human emo
lion that a woman's soul may know
in a life which begins as a cnst-awa;
child on the hanks of a Illy pond, am
ends amid the brilliancy of an Ital
Ian Court. The period Is the begin
nlng of the romantic eighteenth cea
tury.
Manager White haB given "A Para
dlse of Lies" n production, which foi
tnassiveness. and perfection of detail
will not be eclipsed by any and equal
led by none, except the most mngnifl
cent of Broadway productions. Tht
play particularly lends Itself to beau
(Ifttl coloring, and the picture In whlcl
the players walk has been pronottncet
by critics one of the most impressive
!y beautiful seen upon the stage in re
cent years.
Miss Holland's business, this sea
son hits been the capacity of ever]
house in which she has appeared
which speaks better than most elo
iptcnt words for the success of tht
production and the popularity of tht
star.
You can say more, to more peopli
and for less money in the West Vir
glnlnn want column than through an]
other medium. % cent a word reachei
{.000 subscribers. Try it.
?Rrnwin
Growing girls need c
especially on reaching
mother's tender care a
often accomplish wond
.gentle, safe and reliabl
Wine of Cardui,
It will prevent and
functions, clear the coi
the constitution.
It is a valuable medii
has tided thousands o\
saved them from years c
do harm and is sure to c
A relief or cure for al
and women.
At every druggist's ii
11/1 DC j
iimt I
OF llf
# <
HILL BRO
All Work Guarantee
Full Set of Teeth ^0? "P
Gold Crowne, 221c ."I?:?0
Kxt*actlng25c, without p?ln. 60c
, Over Poatoff
o
< + <
icoal'city*
J
" ^ TTC?l^^^ ^
THE COAL
v ^
!a" F?r October is now in p
?! page edition.
;
The Cut Glass ai
somest sheet ever ]
the carrier. If you
!!+ tal. Exclusive dei
,! illustrated.
OFFERS A 2-CENT FARE. + ,
; ?
1 New York Central Announces a New ?
'' Mileage Book. J
' CHICAGO, Ocl. 20.?Illinois at last ^
. Is to derive some benefit from the re- ^
r duetlonSi in passenger rates which are ^
" taking place In Central Passenger As- ^
" soclntlon terltor.v. The New York
Central hns announced that the new
. $20 thousand mile books, good for hear ^
er, which It proposes to Issue will be ^
| accepted over nil Its lines west of .
Buffalo. This makes It effective across
Illinois to St. Louis over the Big Four.
| The Pennsylvania's announcement
of Its mileage book stated that It ^
! would not be good over the Vandalla ^
to Terra Haute and to St. Louis, but J
that road will have to meet the Big
I Four's competition, and other lines, In ^'
turn, will have to meet the Pennsyl- ?
j vanln's. _
I The prospect Is that It will not be I
' long before most of the people of 11liuois
will be able to ride for what is
substantially a two-cent fare.
Passengers official of the Wabash,
Chicago and Eastern Illinois, Illinois
Central, and Chicago and Alton to-day
formally protested against the New
York Central carrying out Its plan.
The Pennsylvania also is trying to get
the New York Central to confine it.-,
book to territory east of Illinois, but
I as olllciais 01 me vanueruin lines uave
been much Irritated by the repeated
rate cuts made by the Pennsylvania,
the. lattcr's protest does not carry
much weight.
V Girls? =
B coc<
enlr
are, advice and medicine, I i,
the age of puberty. A ham
nd words of caution will I or e
ers. As for medicine, a I t
le strengthening tonic is I u,e<
relieve pain, regulate the I
mplexion and strengthen I Fa
I 8tl
:ine for growing girls. It I ^
rer a critical period, and I r
)f suffering. It can never
In crnnH.
1 female disorders in girls I I
i $1.00 bottles. Try it.
\rdui-4
Ml ~
S., Dentists.!
See Our [
^hju'jL Pr,??8 for ? I
[TO First Class ? I
iNTAL WORK. |
d. Lady Attendant."
Bride* Work. KN ?
Pine Gold PUlinpi 11.00 up f
^wualliuiw ..Ho I ^
imL ''7
irafiiTctia
wi j " v ai v i ii v awmi ? v?s? ; - :' A'
ir.d Rug House in Fairmont. Ir
CITY NEWS t 3L J |
5ress. This is a twelve fj U ^ #
nd China supplement is the hand- J |
published in this City. Watch for ?
don't get a paper, drop us a pos- + J
signs in cut glass, handsomely 3
liKi oiiHl
No GliiGdQO Nor racking House Meats I
I have moved my shop into new quarters, and have a nice +
clean place, where you can always, Winter and Summer, gat ? , '*?] j
tDe freehest Beef, Veal, Pork and Sausage every day. . We
I select my own stock, and do my own butchering, so you seq
yeu 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 lb. ..15c Veal Stew ..10c ^
Porter House Steak 16e Veal Roast 1214c Round
Steak 15c Veal Steak .......18c
Rib Roasts 12|/zc Fresh Pork 12{|c
Boiling Meats 7c Pork Sausage 12|/?c ^
Compare these prices with others. Yoi get full weight al- ^
ways, and your child will be treated as well as if you come . s
yourself- JOHN FEORENE, *
Corner Market and Merchant Streets. ^ ;;
)R. BAILEY, Specialist If
in Chronic Diseases, |
^sajgl.v Catarrh, Asthma, Hay Fever, Deafness
f~~ , and all Lung Troubles.
_ JmJv Varicocele and 8trlcture Cured. J
wKv PILES-rl cure without operation In II i ' ,1
\yk?*V ub/Oi nu ueicuuuu ii um uuoiucao.
4 Wt? /jl^p private diseases ? Newly co? Cfjjj&gfl
& traded cases cured. All bunting v Ir^
and Itching, Inflammation and u? -v?JS
natural weakness stopped. .-'if
RUPTURE?Of men, women and chl)- j-^
dren cnrad to from 10 to 20 daya.
Wlfflf '1 tyf' No detention from business. Why ' ' >;! >|b
wear a truss? Under my treatment <
on't suffer a day longer If you lm- you "lrow " away.
le yourself to be In the last stages kidney, bladoer and STOMACH ^
lisease, but come to me AND BE troubles?By my system of.treab - |
tED, If you are suffering from varl- ment sl">w signs of lmprovenjnnt
tie, stricture, gonorrhoea, glget. onceirged
prostrate, bladder affections, SKIN di8ea8e8 ? Treated success*
id poison, neuro-deblllty, lost man- '""y1,
incompetency or nervous ex- rheumatism, inflammatory Of ;2
stlon from overwork, indiscretion chronic, cured?1 will make
ixcess. calls on this class of patients whs
cannot come to yie office. If you * , 3s
HE Latest Scientific Instruments cannot call write for home treA* fM
I In the Successful Treatment of menL
OFFICE HOURS?9 a. m. to 8 p. m. dally; Sunday, 11 a. m. to 2 p, in,
nsultatlon and advice free. Static treatments and Ex-Ray examinations 7 s|||
rmanently located on Monroe, between Main street and the opera hom^V $; (jl
irmont, W. Va., Jacobs Block, rooms 201-205, second floor. Come Of
ilrs. Bell 'Phone 414-J. - "
ffiANSFER-'?* HAULING.I 3
I move anything from a baby carriage to a street oar and do . , rj
it quickly, alio make a apecialty of moving Houiehold .
Goodi and Planoe without damage. When you need Coal,
call me up. I deliver Coal and Sand to all parti of the iWjim
olty in short order. When you have Hauling to do, or de- . ayaBj
sire anything placed in storage, see Thomas, he's the man. - \ jyM
Trunk hauling a specialty.
ell Phone?Office 8, Res S40.II/ ? TI1AII kC Porta Avenue, $f
on.-Office 100, Res. 18. , J, II1UIT1A Next to Tavern. ^
.TOP A MOMENT
Don't rush madly through this Ml
jjfS without s little thought shout

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