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HRISTMAS UMl
Women's fine Twilled S
Men's Fine Silk Umbrf
I THE FAIRMONT WfcST VIR6INI
PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT S
DAY BY THE FAIRMONT V/ES
VIRGINIAN PUBLISHING
The West Virginian, dally
I weekly. Is entered In the Postofflc
? Fairmont, W. Va., as second class
GEO. M. JACOBS, President
j' MYRON CARLETON LOUGH, Ed
p L.M. DAVI8, Business Manage
THE REPUBLICAN WAY.
We are all said to have trouble
K- Our own. This Is true of partie
well as of individuals. A charact
tic' difference between the embar
menu of the Republican and the 1
B ocratlc parties Is that the Demot
3? always have to struggle with del
Awhile the Republicans are burd
I'lth surpluses. Only tlje c
showed what a nice bah
the State treasury as sh
tsurer Ogdln's report and
the report ot Secretary of
States treasury bearing fig
e the heart glad. The
Imes comments on them
re let It speak on the sub;
world's Finance Mini!
tad Secretary Shaw's re
lotions resembling those ot
llway directors reading Ai
lway reports. While e
>untry Is embarrassed to n
ids meet, the United Si
r Is reveling In surpluses
tlons of realised resou
nentlon even more glow-lip
ns. Only a few examples
1 for illustrations. The
urplus was $25,6C0,:t22, and
>d surplus for the ens
{58,000,(100. Both customs
taxes show large tnerei
toms receipts being unp
it just over {300,000.000.
the treasury Is unprecede
inexampled elsewhereat 3
Over {60,000,000 has been
md {80,000.000 borrowed
Canal account, yet the N'a
has decreased 314,000,000 '
'ears. The total debt Is 3
and only {293,010,020 i
Is of the public, the rest b
kv
Km tK n vnnnlramnntc rtf
Emal banks."
of which certainly does
to every American citizen.
JIT TO WHOM CREDIT IS C
te Treasurer Ogdln does a ra
rkable thing in his biennis
to the Governor. Being so n
ed over the healthy conditio
Mate's finances he'felt impi
>11 especial attention to the
it work ot the State Tax Com
r and to commend the wis
e State Legislature for the t
po tion of that department. In comn
Jng on the subject the State Ti
r- "I do not think It out of plac
L\ l>*y right hare that this splendid s
tag of mOetent revenue, part of w
?jjC came from Items Indirectly taxei
due to a large extent to the Tax <
A R
And if thos
giving rings as
were to visit on
positive that e1
S HEADY WITH A HOST OF NOV?
30ME IE TO DAY, BEFOBB THE (
1ED.
TltUS '
e don't know a lady who
re of Santa Glaus if he
irs or a Collar, or a Muff,
for?beauty or warmth ?
ir display you'll decide
rmth both walk with our
i.
ay be sure; whatever the
they are.
IRELLAS
brellas for Christmas preSilk
Covers. Steel Rod,
indies, 26 and 28 inch, at
ilk Umbrellas, with Stericd
Handle?lame assort$3.-50,
$5.00, $6.50, $7.50
illas, Boxwood and Stag
16.00.
1U ntissioner's office, under the eflicien
management of C. XV. Dillon, Tax Con
JjJJ" mlssloner, and Ills assistants, wh
^ looked diligently after these dlfferen
items, one of which I might mentio
here?the tax on collateral Inker
tonces. There was collected In 190
nnd only SUM.OO; in 1904, 90,449.00; 1
p At 11105, when the Tax Commissioner
mal] office began to look after this matte
it wag $10,449.00 and this year, $2C
? 052.00, with every Indication of a co
regpondlng Incrense In 1907, Thet
Itor There are many other Items that g
' to make lip the revenues that 1 mlgl
? mention that are looked after by th
Tax Commissioner's office, but spac
s of will not permit at this time; only I
3 as add that the creation of the Tax Con
erls- missioner's department has show
-ass- great wisdom on the part of our la
)em- makers, not only as a financial inves
;rats ment for the State, which bring
ictts large returns for the capital Investe>ned
but gives us also a head to our ta
ther sydtem?something we have heret
ance fore very natch needed."
own =====
now
(he THE WEST VIRGINIAN'S SCOOP
:ures The Charleston Mall's leading et
New torlal last Friday evening was devo
so ed to the West Virginian's referent
lect: t0 state Treasurer Ogdin's repot
iters The Mall says; "The Fairmont We:
>pori Virginian lias succeded In acoopn
f?r" all the other State papers. It pr
ner
fcsses to have received through th
ve'' mall a copy of the bi ennial report <
0 the State Treasurer, Hon. Newton O
ami ^'e eongratnlate the West VI
' glnlan, ami not having been simllarl
favored we quote front its e.Iltorii
' column an excerpt from the repo
can , ' ,
, and some comment thereon:
past
I the "The Mail has a postoflice addres
Ul?g ami also employs a reporter, who vl
an,l Its the State departments every da:
iSes, hut we must acknowledge our nblig;
rece- Hon <o the West Virginian for IV
The news that the report has been Issued
nted Then follows the editorial from tV
871,- West Virginian and this comment:
tils- "Of course, It Is a matter for co;
anon 1 <??iimt nio jiutu hue hop
"nn' able to meet all obligations and tbt
there is something in the way of
balance. It is atso gratifying to Uno
8 'n that Is lias been possible to raise moi
elns money for Slate purposes and Ihereli
"le to effect n saving to the tax payers.
look
The people of Fairmont extend tV
glad nand to Dr. Wait man Barlie. wli
)UE. Is now In onr oily on a mission of edi
t|ier rational evangelism. Or. Barlie Is a
I re- 'aspiring educator and Ills visit hei
audi ?III no donht cause many a sludei
I, of hi raise his Ideal and make him r
o|le,) tolve t" "end every effort to attal
i ex- a higher and better education. No st.i
imls- detir should miss hearing Dr. Barlie
iduni addresses.
ient; If it wasn't ho ridiculous It woul
reas- bo amusing to see .Mr. Bryan ,"chi
in" with his little piece on everythln
e to Hit! President (loos. As If his appro
how- al or disapproval settled the matter a
htch to tightness or wrottgness of an exeei
1, is live action. Poor egotistic, shallo1
?om- brained Willie!
INC IS
. ; - |
e who intend
Christmas gifts ei
.r store we feel rr
/eryone would ri
si
A. FISHE
LTIES AS WELL AS USEFUL
JREAT BUSH, AND MAKE Y'
Store Ope
it The Parkersburg Dlspatch-h
i* alottR with the Charleston Mall
o knowleriiroH Itself "scooned"' on
it State Treasurer's report ami pay
n respects and compliments to the '
I- Virginian acordlngly.
i3
n lilll' CAMERON CHURCH *
i. Dedicated Sunday With Impre
i,- Exerelaea? Dr. Cramblett
r- ||i r Officiated. ^ ^
e ' '
;o WHEELING. Dec. 10,-In the
it ence of fully 500 people, the 1
ie some new Christian church at Can
was dedicated yesterday morning.
? services, which were very Impre
?- and Interesting, were In charg
n President T. E./Cramblett of Bet
w college, assisted by Rev. W. E. PI
t- of the Cameron Christian church,
>s A. LlnWetter, of Jloitndsvllle,
I. Rev. T. A. Bright, of Waynesbnrp
1)1 The church Is one of the finest
most costly edifices of Its kind li
Stale. Many of those In atleni
at the dedication services were
this city.
11". Annual Meeting of Hotel Keepi
t" Hotel keepers will hold their ai
">?nHinv in I4iiiiHni*tnn Thfl
- iiicriiiih ??? ?????? .??r?vw... - ?
' business session will begin to-nn
st morning. The banquet will be
is in the (lining rooms of the new
tel Frederick.
Mr. B. 0. Williams, of ihe
if em, and J. F. Conaway, of the
?" son, will represent the hotels ol
r" city.
y
il Wants to Join Crapsey.
ft PROVIDENCE, R. I, Dec. 10.Josepli
llutclieson, rector of St. XI
is Episcopal church in Warren, ii
s- course of n sermon Sunday conic
the decision of the high ecclesia
iv- court In the Crapsey case, end
ie Dr. Crapsey and bis belief and det
his readiness to stand trial or
ie Issue in turn.
4 ? ' ~
" | THE WEATHER,
in
!t I Snow Flurries To-Morrow.
a 1
or I WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec.
"O I Piumnnot fllV VUouf Vlpidnlti '
>y ' Ruin anil colder to night. Tti
I day partly cloudy, colder w
! snow flurries.
le
l0 Toilet sels In sliver rose wood,
ii- &c., for Xmas presents.
,, CLYDE S. HOI
e NOTICE.
,1 All persons having claims again
e. firm of C. E. Hunter & Co., wil
n sent the same to the undersigned
j. tee for selllement and all persoi
s debted to said firm will without i
pay the same to said trustee.
J. R. SWEARINGEf
Trnsjee of C. E. Hunter &
'' This '-1st day of November, 191
p Nov. 21-1 mo.
g
If you buy Eastman Photo Pai
"? h permanent. CLYDE S. HOI
j
w Post card hooks and lots of thi
CLYDE S. HOI
5 AL
This year we m
[fort that' our stock
lost complete, and
ncrc nf pv-pnr Hesrr
"fc>~ '??
ze.
r
AND PRACTICAL ARTICLES BTJITA
ODE SELECTION? WE WILL DELT
tn Evenings
HOLIDAY HAN
Experience lnm tauj
thin little iKTi'Ksory
Women alik? settle
^ this way. The small c
| kerchief Bepartment
, of Handkerchiefs are
I good kinds to the inr
when? will von find si
}// '
| 1 C
POLITICS AND
me
~ THE FEDERATION
pnqi LIVELY SCRAP IS PROMISEO AT
MEETING OF LABOR ORGANMjv#
IZATION NEXT MONTH.
Mil CHARLEST0'V- Dec- 10?The anniml
meeting of the State Federation
pr(,s. ol Lfibor, which meets here on Jnnu
hand- !"'1' promises to be of more than
teron ur,|ltiary Interest, owing to diasgnslonsj
-piie In the ranks tltut have token place
salve s'nce "le former meeting. Particular,e
0f IF la this tnte of the labor unions'of
hany Wheeling, many of which formerly aferce
filiated with the State Federation have'
Rev withdraw from the ranks,
and The charge of the Wheeling unions.
[, Pa. which will he aired at the meeting in
and January, Is that the Slate Federation
1 tha of Labor is nothing more than a polltilance
ta' organization, formed at the behest
from "f certain politicians for their mtn
benefit, and that as a labor organization
it. Is not symbolical of their Intrs.
(crests. This charge Is refuted by the
antra! "Hirers of the federation, who claim
flr8f that It Is untrue and the federation
trrotv will he defended from what they call
j,e|(j unscrupulous attacks at the annua)
nipotlnir.
r no- ? The
structural iron workers ot
Tav- Wheeling, who heretofore have lie
Wat- "lle ?' t',e sn'onvest supporters of the
, ,jjjjj Slate Federation,have withdrawn from
the ranks, and claim they will have
nothing to do with the organization.
At a meeting about two weeks ,ago In
-Her Wheeling, the iron workers discussed
lark's l'le tdt'i'ttioti nu<t hjr an overwhelming
1 i lie vo,e lMSSe'' a resolution to withdraw,
mneil l''li moe"nS was very 'spirited and ocstieal
Cllf'<me<1 some warm speuking.
orsed laf" Saturday nlglit the Iron
dared wor'lers ",111 ?"l' Itetrl another meetl
the an<1 a mo,,on 10 reconsider the former
resolution was defeated by a
large vote. After the meeting the offl
.a cials said Ihey had been instructed to
| withdraw their membership tint] to reI
fuse to pay any longer the capitation
I lax, which amounts to one cent for
j each member monthly. John J. Melt).
j Cray, a State organizer for the federa?
| tion, was present at the iast meeting,
es- hut was unable to stem, the tide In
lib J favor of a withdrawal and the action
I of the former meeting was ratified by
^ a strong vote.
stag, Mrs. James Bennett, Mrs. D. 0.
Bennett, .Misses .Marae and Leila BenLT.
nett, who have been the guests of relatives
here for two weeks, leave on
st the WeclnesJay for their home in GreensI
pre- burg, Pa.
trus- ,
is In- Dr. Wultman Bathe was a pleasant
Jelay, mid most welcome caller at the West
Virginian office this morning.
I, .
Co. Accordeons and music rolls at Clyde
S6. S. Holt's.
FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL CO.,
ter It
LT.
M. M. Foster, Manager.
>ra. Office?304 Main Street. Phones?F,
IT- and M? 398: Bell 333-2.
,W/VYS
ake every We ,
mi^ fr?m th
. incl^ded. fectsin
iption and yaluabli
BLE FOB HOLIDAY
PEB THEM FOB YOU
IDKERCfilEFS
;ht you and us the popularity of
at Christmas time, lien and j
the all-important question in
jxpenditure made in our Handbrings
rich returns. Thousands
here, from the least expensive
ist elaborate lace trimmed. Notch
inviting prices to greet you.
"JONES
I
Not Much Doing in Court.
There was not much clone in Cir
cult Court to-day except making mo
tions and the arguing of demurers
Most of the misdemeanor cases were
certified to the Intermediate Court.
A few chancery matters were submitted.
Morgantown Woman Very III.
Mrs. Sarah Fleming, mother of Ju
llan Fleming, Is critically III at he
home In Morgantown. Mrs. Flemlm
Is a sister of [he lale Mrs. John McCoy.
of ihla city, and is well known
here.
Apples; Applet.
Coming about Dec. 11 or 12, one car t
lend of the famous Maryland apples,
consisting of choice cooking and eat
ing apples of different varieties; will
sell from car.
S. E. TAGGAItT.
Stockholders' Meeting. ' 1
There will he n meeting of the
stockholders of the Citizens' Dollar '
Suvlnss Bank In the directors' room
or the ban); from 1 to d o'clock on the
nfternoon of the second Monday In
.1 an liary.
JAMES R. I.IXX, Cashier.
Xlrs. David Ellis left this morning
for Steulienvllle. Ohio, to attend the
funeral services of her neplietv, Cliaun
cey Knowler Ellis.
An te Tip
: Useful Presents
11 Last Longest
An extravagance never
"wears well." A comfortable
pair of Slippers will last several
years and prove a constant
pleasure. We have them la dotens
of styles for men, women
and children made up ot leather
and felt?plain and fur trimmed.
All prices from 50c to
$2 a pair. We are also showing
something a little different from
the other stores In the way of
Indian Moccasins.
Come In?don't feel compelled
to buy?Just look at them.
HOLIDAY SLIPPERS.
Shii rtleff&Welton
OPOSITE P. 0.
Open Evening* Until After
Xmas.
i ACC
=:hnw rincrc all kin*
w ? ? A ??
ose in the plainest e
gold bands to the mo
e diamond.
Jewel
:ourt House.
no duplicates. Our
the smartest exclusi\
market.
Good] En,
Adds32 material
' Our engravers are
celebrated masters, 1
tent of engraving the
to the difficult Tiff
Crests and Coat of A
purchased at our
Free of Charge. j
I We have engc
watchmaker to rep
and jewelry promi
Holiday rush.
A. B. Sco
Jeweler & *
Main St. Op
NEW CHARTERS ^
Granted Coal Companlei to Operate
In the Fairmont Field.
CHARLESTON, W. Va., Dec. 10.?
Two new up-State charters have been
granted as follows:
Connellsvllle-Fairmont Coal and B.
Joke Compnn.v, Unlontown, Pa., chief T
works In Marlon comity, W. Va., capl- I
tal two hundred thousand; Incorporators:
.Tohn C. Shaw, H. A. McKlnnle; 1
E. M. Renslck, W. K. Burke, E. 0. Cm
Rucks, all of Unlontown. the
Marsh coal and cone eoiupsiiy, I""
Fairmont, capital two hundred thou- cn
sand dollars; Incorporators: J. Clar- cin
ence Hull. H. J. .\Ic El fresh, J. F. in:j
Straight, H. J. Ross and H. C. Sample, I'M
all of Fairmont. , 1|C
. H |
SENT TO REPLACE BELL. It.
Lhe
General Now In Cuba Will Return to 'I'll
Duties In Washington. ma
WASHINGTON, Dec. It).?Brigadier su|
General WInt, who has been asslgiied
to the command of the troops in Cu- mo
ba, reported at the War Department wo
and received his Instructions from em
Secretary Taft. He expects to sail for wll
Cuba next Tuesday on lhe transport pet
Sumner from Newport News, and will cot
relieve General J. Franklin Bell at My
Havana. wll
General Bell will return at once to ce<
Washington and resume his duties as ita
chief of staff. hri
' eqi
Schuck to Visit Lodges. an
WHEELING, W. Va? Dee. 10.J- r?
Prosecuting Attorney Charles J. tlo
Schuck will soon start on a visit of or
several Knights of Pythias lodges In de
the State In his capacity as grand Ir)
chancellor. His Itinerary is as fol- up
low's: Parkershurg, December 10th; lid
West Union, 11th; Cairo, 12; Clarks- tlr
tiiire isth: Terra Alta, 14th; Pled- atl
wont, lath; Charleston, 18th, and Clay ly
Court House, 19th. du
' wl
STATE BAR TO MEET. ,0
til
Annual Station to be Held at Elkfns Ki]
Soon. tq
The annunl meeting of the Sttae
Bur Association will be held at Elkins
December 27th anil the 2Sth. Speakera
of national reputation have been
Invited to addresa the Immense gatlt- B.
ertng of lawyers from *11 sections of to
the State, but their names have not tie
yet been made public. The meeting Ja
v.-lll be attended by a good delegation
of lawyers from this city.
?;?! 12
Ing oards for parties.
CLVDE S. HOLT.
;EPTfl
__Regardless_
,f. we_kn?w_tha1
' f the most exacl
_ All goodslso
engraved free'
Our. goods, our |
prices, positive- pi
ly- new stock, j
line- consists of-| j
re designs on ther |
I
graving
i > * " -
ly srf to! r any ? gift. gg
students of the Li
hey are compe- '-m
! delicate script
any Monogram,, ||
irms.^ All goods ^
stored engraved. |?
iged an extra. %x|||
air your watch. |
Dtly during the j '',f|
tt& Co.
Optician,
>p. Court House. si
EWlARLOlT"
>CAFE CARS -1
i O. PLACES CONTRACT FOR*
HREE TO BE USED BETWEEN $?|
PITTSBURG AND CINCINNATI. , , fy||
'he Baltimore anil Ohio Railroad: lipany
has placed a contract "ttftit.'3|||i
Pullman Company for three new '
lor cafe cars, which will be used ffv'iw
the line between Pittsburg and CI4nail
and which will make quite an ' $$$31
provement to that already excellent
isenger service. These cars are tocompleted
as early as pos|)ble, and ;
is expected to have them
time to place on the trains wheni
spring change of schedule is made.. gl^jSS
is announcement has Just beenu
de by -Mr. J. E. Muhlf^d,, $enprafc *|||
terlntendent bf motlve'powerS?'
rhe cars will be of standard
re anil Ohio design, of composite-.
Oil and steel, with antl-telescoplpg "Vi'slsBi
la and enclosed veatlbwleir. They^ >
I Ijo Si feet long and rest uponivy
six-wheel trucks. The parlor
apartment will have seating capac- 'Orj&&
(or ?V persons, the dining room- ";
II accommodate-13 and U>e-am'oklng:.
:tlon five. These cars will have san- gfjjlB
ry grain mahogany and stationary-,y f.
>nze interior finish. They wfl!*
uipped with double window snahe?tr^'S(M
d substantial deafening annnge^-^Jig
-nta at the floor to provide insula- ipH
n for protection against noise, ?et?j?|99|
cold. Modern gas lamps and Incin-' ifv-jg
scent electric lights, as well as elecr^
c fans, will also lie provided. The*
bolstering will be In leather
eze mohair plush: and the ventllai-; 5
ig. will he such as will Insure the-. '3jj&
moapHere In the car being continualchanged
without draft, smoke .per,
st. The steam heat equipment: I'll
be of the Beat and insure an air.
matlc regulation of the tempera- ;
re; while the toilet, electric M!im|
brake and all other, facilities and 1 1
ulpmeut will' be of the most upd^/;."a^
te type and design.
NOTICE.
All persons holding claims agalnst vS
M. Simpson will present the anrnqs,-.^
the undersigned trustees for
ment on or before the; first, day of
a i svvni-n
M. A.
6tl Trustee*. 4|p
Fish and oysters at Robb's. tt ';i
=
of_the]jdemand I
: [wejcan meetg
ting ring want Jj
1.^4 Aiit* I

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