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Elgin
u and ypur eyes too
eye glasses without
will cost you nothing
luate optician to tell
>r you need glasses
isses you require.
itches, Elgin, Wal- "
thus, Illinois, Hamilton, Hamp- i
1 - den and Columbus, 17, 21, 23 J
mi 24 Jeweled. Prices t
|^|y. Sight. Come and ' }
pj Inject Them. v
||iA. O. & H. H.:
I Hedges
Jewelers and...
Opticians,
! ill Water Si. FAIRMONT;
\
J 6. ft. BUNflflM, ?.*
3 Plumbina and ? I
3 Gas Fitting. ?"
J 217 Walnut Avenue. |j I
1 CeosoJidatod Phone 594 h
2 Be? Phone 421-R j?
* fc
jptirripkiririririrririrririr f
VeSant:
i'j- We boy. and sell all kinds second 11
IijTtarra nouoenoiu gooos, uioinmg, cswt
Hp* Gu-fTangcs ard heaters exchang- u
4 for coal stoves, the only place you
'?ai do this In town. Jewelry bought
JThe best place to sell; K
Mas cheapest place to buy?No other
>/;;> Bha H> Send for our agent or call on a
TDe Second Hand.Store
And Auction House
T. W. GARRETT, Prop. ?
r MB Jackaon Street.
Cons. Phone, 355.
) :1 I
FMHMQNT' PRE3SING CO.
I f
j Href Oase Pressing and Repalrr
lag Ladles' and Men's
Clothing
IPONTHLY RAT?, *1.5?. ''
Vorh Called for ard Delivered. v
I Bali Phone?25W.
Consolidated Phone?SSI. 11
?>' 4
IWANCICH'S J!
f j ORCHESTRA
|||>!! yuiiNisnES
i<; 5 Music for atl Occasions 0
lp At Reasonable Prices.
VMIn, cormt and piano or any
' aWwi combination of Inatrumanta 0
m daairad.
T. IVANCICH,
Loader and Mgr.
Leaaona given on all Inatrumanta.
JON A OILMAN'S RELATIVES SUSPECTED
OP THE MURDER
OF THE GIRL. '
DAYTON, 0., Dec. 11.?The report
>f the five physicians who performed
be second autopsy on the-exhumed
hpAy o'f Dona Oilman, which was mado
mbllc yesterday, marked the climax
o a highly sensational day I)} tho hisory
of this crime.
The autopsy was mde on Sunday
n the cemetery at Germantown, where
he body had been burled. The report bows
that Dona Oilman had been
irlmlnally assaulted and the oxamlintion
of the contents of the stomach
bowed that the last meal she bad
aten was at a restaurant, the conents
coresponding with the rcstau- .
ant bill of faro.
This last fact was considered of suireme
Importance by the Investigating
tfficlals because upon its substantiaInn
ViIntritA fhn pfPpnflvPnpua of thft
irrest of the mother and brother of
he murdered girl and the attempt
hue far Ineffectual, to apprehend tho
dder sister on the direct ehargo of
nurder. The arrest of the BlBtor la :
ixpected at any moment. The charges
igainst the members of the family,
he mother as principal and the
mother and sister as accomplices, was
nade by Constable William Hclntznan,
of Clnclnnntl, In a series of aflllavlts
filed yesterday.
Young Oilman was arraigned lace
esterday afternoon before Magistrate :
Vagner. pleaded not guilty to tho <
barge and was held for trial. Mrs.
iilman was not placed under arrest,
s she is in the Miami Valley hospital
nd is reported to be In a serious coalition.
In their report the autopsy pliysl-;
dans declare "It is our joint conclu-1
Ion that death was caused by strangle ;
atlon." j'
"Gay New York."
With proper fairness and on the
trength of a phenomenally successful
tin In Berlin, "(lay New York-," the | j
indorllni'd inuslcnl comedy uttractlon :
t the Grand next Tuesday night l->
elug prpsnnted as a translation from
lie German. The fact of its having
chieved n signal Iriumph in tit's s
ountry is probably .lite In no small
(ensure to the formidable array of!
alnnt engaged in its Interest. A cas- [
al glance over the list of honored
tago names, as are associated with the
rogress and prosperity of this so-'
lyled giant of gorgeous iavisliness
ntong musical comedy grealness must
arry Ihe most positive conviction'
tat the management are pleased to
fly upon their means besides the ahtittle
duality of tliclr productions for1
uin and glory. Out of the fifty or
tore talented people engaged in "Gav!
bw Yorlt." mostly of whom ore girls :
f heatity as well s cleverness, it Is j
eeessary to pick the names of Harry
inoi'son, l.illintt Uoerlein, Edward B.
dams, ollie Omega. Edward Brett- [
an, Elorence Clements, Magda II.
oy, Bessie llariell, Richard Bartlett. j
antes Derine and a dozen others!
rDiiiiiii'nii}' jH'jjdiiu, in luiiii 11 ibcjn;i< I
0)1 e estimate of the company of illsnotion
entrusted with the fun and I
nisic sensational surprises to be e;c-?
ected.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
rom the Chicago News.
A man's conscience is his private)
atciiman. j =
Nothing is more displeasing than :
unity. | '
When money talks f?-w* of us are!
ard of hearing.
.Many a widow's heart has been
armed over by an old tlanie.
Vidians invariably get what is comig
to them?on the stage.
The more dignity a man has the less
so the world has for him. .
Blushes may come and blushes may! .
a. but. freckles hang on forever. /
When a man is broke his friends
re always ready to give him?advice.1
A woman has but. little use for a
inn who thinks he Is the whole thing, j
No, Alonzo. a bachelor isn't neces* j
inily an advocate of the single-tax !
lea.
Nothing else is calculuted to warm | m
je hearts of ixillticinns like an appli- (
at ion of cold cash.
IT IS FOR LADIES, TOO.
hey Vun Stop Tlirlr llnlr Falling Opt
Willi IIprplciilr.
T.miles who have thin hair nnd whoso i "
air is falling out. can prevent tlie hair '
ailing ??tit. and thicken the growth, with
fewbro's "Herplrido." P.osldos. llerpl- j
ide is one of the most agrcah^i hair i
ressings there Is. llorpleldo kills tit'
andrwfT germ that cats the hair oft at
ho root. After the genu h$ destroyed, '
Ije root will shoot up. and the hair grow i
mg as ever. Kvofi a sample will con- >
livo nny lady that Newhro's Tlerpiclde !
- an indispensable toilet requisite. It
o? tains no nil or grease, It will not stain ! "
r d " .Sold hv leading druggists. Send.
V. in stamps for sample to The Morpl- \
Jdo Co., Detroit, 'Mich.
V A TUlllnrrcW Sr. fin.. BDfiCi&l
Don't nilss the i?rc-tllost. line of fun-1
) goods In the oily. Come in.
CLYDE S. HOLT. j
I have what you want
CLYDE 3. HOLT.
Fish and oysters at Robb's. tf
When It mmi to- getting rigl
alee of Fairmont Real Catate evei
my
Real Estate Dep
It It thle department of my t
a houie to' (ell to- find, a buye-, ai
find that I hive Mad' on my bool
Most Desirable I
I and the onea that eon be bought i
on the eaeleet teems.
I could describe a number of f
would suit you, but I prefer to hi
[ what you want and then I can
[ Show You the I
Always glad to show the proi
die anything but goatf property.
LEVI B
CHAS. W. HAWKINS,
Mgr. Heal Estate Dept.
DICKERSON BUILDING
YELLOW
FINE INTER
I M. B. PAIST
[ Health and Accident
i Ins.
HALL BLOCK,
Office Room No. 7
; 1^1*
Becoming A Ho
Praised by the Citizens of
Recommended by P
Golden Oil. a famous old India
as a household medicine as Its go
j been used by hundreds of the cl
! have used It will cheerfully rccor
' tlmonlals:
GOLDEN OIL is not a "cure al
hold remedy that Is a certain ar
pains. It Is unexcelled as a re
toothache, earache, rheumatic pa
bis, flux, summer complaint, pain
is called, bruises, cuts, old sores,
scalds, boils, carbuncles, teter, ec
head, nose cold, lumbago, sciatic
and In any case where there is an
A DOCTOR IN Y<
That is what you have when y
your house. It is the sufTerer's nji
artord to remain without this re
any dealer.
It Is equally serviceable when
> 11* uvprv Untile pimrnnteed to
money will be cheerfully refuDJ<
For Sale t>y
Crane's D
25c and !
Handled by all Jobbers.
Grand Opera
me Nixon & Zim
t Scenic investure of Great Splendor.
rv i
porter
"A Play of Stupendous Climaxes. "
~r
"A Work that will Become a Classic."
w
"Extraordinarily Strong Cast."
AN UNUSUALLY PC
PEN OF
PRICES:
Car will run tc
it down to- business and' making
ry one appreciate*, the- services of
tartment
lustneas thafrtrelps.the man who-ha*
id the man who- want* to- buy will
wtheHomes
it the moct reasonable prloes ami
>raperties here, same of' which
>ve you come- in' and-tell me about
iaiica i
jerty I have listed), for I don't han.
,
L HARR
i SUPPLY COMPANY
/ PINE.
IQR FINISH.
ROSS ENGINEERING COMPANY,
Civil, Mining and Consulting
Engineer.
Jacobs Building, Fairmont, W. V*.
Surveys of all kinds eiecuted on
nniina fool and mbfl nlantri
a specialty. Rates reasonable. Examinations
and reports on mining
property.
?n Oil |
usehold Favorite :
West Virginia; used and i
racticing Physicians. j
n remedy, is growing in popularitr i
od qualities become known. It baa I
tizens of this State and all wha J
amend it Read the following taa1"
but a simple, harmless, bouaaid
quick destroyer of all achea er
medy for neuralgia, headache,
ins In children, colic, cholera raorurlnation
or bloody gravel aa !j
chilblains, frost bite, burns and
zema, itching piles, cramp, cold la
pains. abscess. facial neuralgia, k?.
ty great pain as an anodyne.
3UR HOME.
ou have a bottle of Golden Oil la
jst useful friend and no family caa j
medy when it can be procured af j
applied externally or taken Inter J
lo what is claimed for it ar joar j
id. j
rug Store.
SO Cents. j
L. LLOYD, Manufacturer, j
East Lynn, W. Va.
House, Friday,
merman Go. '
?
Km. '
JWEREUL ROMANTIC
TITCTTM UI1TIPV M/i<
J \J A ill A A \J A UAJ A * '
$1.00, 75, 50 and
) Gypsy after the Per
PROPOSED NOW TO ERECT REPLICA
OF FAMOUS STRUCTURE
AT EXPOSITION.
WASHINGTON, See. 19.?II is proposed
now that instead of leasing s
floor space In one of the buildings at
th? Jamestown Exposition, the District .
of CTofnmM* shall erprt a hhdrtfnw nf
Its own to bouse the municipal an! '
commercial exhibits, and that the
bunding' shall be a replica of tho '
White House. 4
A anbcommittee of the Joint com- |
mittee of fifteen, which bas In charge |
the Washington commercial exhtbtr, |
met yesterday afternoon In the offlces |
of the Board of Trade. Star Building. |
Chairman Thqmas W. Smith, who vis- |
Ited Norfolk last week, reported the |
exposition offlclals refuse to lease flour |
spdee for the municipal exhibit In the I
Manufactures and Libera! Arts build- I
Ing, because the exhibits would not 4
be products of the people of Washing- _
ton, bnt of what they have tor sale.
The subcommittee then decided It
would be better to erect a building,
and will so report to the full committee.
If the Joint committee decides to
put up a building at the exposition It
will be built on the plaza wtlh the
State building. At Jamestown the best
sites have been given over to the
State structures. With the other
stnfo hnttdlnes. the District Build
Ing, If It Is decided to erect one. will
be along the beach, fronting Hampton
Roads. From it one will have an
unobserved view of Fortress Monroe,
Old Point Comfort, Newport News, and
Hampton . Just off this beach, about
half a mile, is the place where the historic
engagement between the Merrlmac
and Monitor was fought.
After considering the relative merits
of the proposition of leasing floor
space in one of the other buildings, or
having a special building for the District,
the members of the committee
thought the "Greater Washington"
movement would be given a greater
impetus by the latter. When it was
decided to recommend the erection of
a building, the members of the committee
were ail of the opinion that
??- Ht.f1.lUn- rlfnUnntlr Dliflropfort'ctlf
W1UC UUIIUIJIfp, IIIOIIHVM,; .
of Washington should be reproduced.
Arlington and the White House were
proposed, but after some discussion
the White House was chosen unanimously.
The subcommittee will propose to
the committee of fifteen that the replica
of the White House he erected with
the money which was available for
the leasing of door space in the Manufactures
and Liberal Arts building.
This was about. $7,500. The outward
appearance of the Presidential residence
will he reproduced exactly, but
some departures from tile plan of the
interior will be necessary on account
of (he exhibit.
The members of the subcommittee,
nil of whom were present at yesterday's
meeting, are Thomas W. Smith,
R. N. Harper. Monroe Luchs, Arthur
Moses, and IVoodworlh Clum.
Piles get rpiielf relief from Dr.
Shoop's Magic Oint n.uit. Remember,
it's made alone for Piles?and it works
witt, ?ortnintv and satisfaction. Itch
iis, painful, protruding, or blind piles
disappear like magic by Its use. Try
it and see! K. A. Billingslea & Co.
Oel a Kodak Album and fill It with
pictures; makes a nice Xmas gilt.
Clyde S. Holt has lots of them.
December 14
the first time outside the large citie
H. SOTHERN'S "
IREATEST SUCCESS.
A Greater, play than Sign of the Croa*.
"A Classic among Modern- Plays."
Proud
"E. H. Sothern's Greatest Sucoess."
f\ I
Prince j
"Porter J. White's Greatest Triumph."
drama from the
:atrhy
I 25 eents.
formance.
SaeadaiiiltMret'Lady attendant
Porcelain work a apednlty.
Truit Oo. Building, Fourth Floor,
Boom!? 16), 17.
Cffloa houra: Phonee:
8 to IS a m. Con. 214.
1 to 8 p. m. Bell 1ST L
Edward Peple, who wrote that ?
ilnty little play, "The Prince Chap,". '
is made another hit with a new plex,, J
roe Love Route." '
?
'
SHREWSBURY B. MILLER,
Civil Engineer.
Office?Jacob* Building,
Fairmont W. Va. P. 0. Bex, 3M.
Railroads, Surveys, Report*,
., Foundations, Mining,
Hydraulics. Concrete Conatracti**,
Superintendence.
20 Years Eiperience in General. w
Engineering. ?
4 j
r.iF
PRACTICAL. Aft
AT Tl
The UnionuCtp
I;
Ik'low iiiv pi veil 11 few. of.tin
Christmas Rifts at very reasojiniiJ
MEN'S anckYOTOG MEN'
OVERCOATS?? WjEirri' anc
CRAVENBTTES.- Practici
SMOKING JACKETS and.I
FANCY VESTSr-Wh;te, Ft
ials.
SUSPENDERS. ? Good an
MUFFLERS and DRESS PI
FANCY and PLAIN HOSENECKWEAR.?
In. al! shape
SUIT CASES.?All leather a
CUFF BUTTONS?Good.an
STICK PINS?All designs,.
UMBRELLAS ? A large li:
GLOVES.?Ear dress or war!
SHIRTS?For dress or wor
COLLARS.and CUFFS?Al
And a "ood many otlicfr useful a
tinn Clintp in and see them.
I
Ik Union. Cloi
Qjaen Em
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BECKft
Are you an admirer of good
Sfidt something- in our window thi
the following prices per box?21
The 51.50 kind will please the i
48 envelopes and 48 sheets of paj
ed box, suitable for a Xmas prese:
Come in and see our Novelty
assortment on hand and more eoi
find something suitable for a pre
Watch for our
And don't fail
Windows your
to-dato^. readablebboks-to4je<
hadQat* > jj|
centa j?g
i tomm co? '
ieod.ithar West Virginia*. ' ).M
TSl
ID" ram III
thing House 1
t m?iiT |.o?Qtii:itI'nnA usofui j
S SUJTBJ-Eatest of. styles. *,
I comfrctftble.
il and.jiseful.
SATH ROBES?Eor comfort ?|
racy and Washable. Materd
serviceable.
iOTEPTORS?Verv dress*. 191
-For.dms or work.
s, styles and. colorings.. |
nd water-proof cloth,
d serviceable.
ae to select from.
1 shapes and styles.
rticlcs. to. numerous to men- '
iking House I
*uu$>
ur['
stationery? If so, yon can
it will please you. We have ' ^
5c, 35c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. |'f-jffl
sost fastidious. It contains ^
per in a handsomely decorat- ^ |
Jewelry. We have a large
ning every day. You cmf I
sent for all the family.

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