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Golden Oil, a famons oM Indt
I m b household medicine na its g
i been nied by band reds of the <
{have used It will cheerfully recc
tlmonial*: #
GOLDEN OIL It not a "cure i
bold muddy 'that b a certain a
palm. It In unexcelled aa a i
toothache, earache, rheumatic p
bis, tux. Bummer complaint, pal
IS called, bruises, cub, old sores
scalds, bolls, carbuncles, teter, e
by* no*, cold, lumbago, sclatu
and in any esse where there b a
A DOCTOR IN >
That Is what yon have when
yoor house. It Is the sufferer's n
afford to remain without this r
any dealer.
It U equally serviceable when
sally. Every bottle guaranteed t
must will be cheerfully return
For Scales toy
29c and
|| Bandied by all Jobbers.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
0^'-. From the New York Press.
|?V.. The spots where a woman Is fat tiell
pend a lot on her dressmaker.
SE0; Eren a burglar wouldn't stand the
v-: insult of being called a politician.
. The difference between a fault and
? '- ,a sin Is whether It Is you or some other
fellow. '
It seems to pay to be abused by everybody.
for that kind are mostly mil|Sv-.;.
.lfonafres.
MID-1
Epf
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To reduce st
JP dependable me
Gance over
what you wan
I Hosle
Boys and Gi
Boys and Gi
Ladies' Blac
Miss
Ladi
Ladi
Miss
I Miss
Ladi
Blank*
Blankets, ti">c grade, 4'.?e
Lace Cu
Lace Curtains, *2.C
56 inch Broad Cloth, $1.2
42 inch Hen
? Ontings, 10c and 12 l-2c j
Apron Gil
l Men's Japonette Silk
usehold Favorite
E West Virginia; used and
'radioing Physicians.
an remedy, is growtn* In popularltf
ood qualities become known. It baa
rftizees or tbla State and all <ki
anmend it. Bead tbe foilowtns tesill"
bet a simple, harm leas, house
md quick destroyer of all aches or
emedjr for neuralgia, headache,
alna lb Children, colic, cholera morn
urination or bloody srravel M tl
, chilblains, frost bite, borne an!
czemt. Itching piles, cramp, cold la
: pains, abscess (aclil neuralgia, As.
iny great pain as an anodyne.
'OUR HOME.
yon bare a bottle of Golden Oil la
tost useful friend and no family eaa
emedy when It can be procured si
i applied externally or taken inter
o lo what Is claimed for It er yon
led.
(rug Store.
50 Cents.
b LLOYD, Manufacturer,
East Lynn, W. Va.
"It striked me," said the critic, "tha
yon are inclined to discourage art."
"That's right." replied the theatrics
manager. "I find It pays better t'
. give the people what they want." Chicago
News.
Tlturo neo o nttmliar t\f taIPnf.?H nil
plls In the Fifth want school and the;
*111 he seen at their hest In the liter
ary and musical entertainment In tie
new >Tiditorfiim tomorrow evening.
Collar and cuff boxes to suit you.
CLYDE S. HOLT,
3d5 Main street
UNNTEI
CUT
IERM.
.0 Mai
ock we oiler for i
rchandise at pric
the list and brin
t.
^ Ml IV4
rls' Black Hose,
ills' Black Hose,
k Hose, 15c grad
.es' Fleece-lined 1
es' Fleece-lined 1
es' Fleece-lined i
es' Fleece-lined i
es' Fleece-lined i
es' Fleece-lined i
ats and Com for
Blankets, &MH
rtains, 75c grade, 50c
10 grade, $1.25
Dress
S* rtviAck TO.? tror^
? Itt'lC, I '*. JOiVl
rietta, tf.ie grade, 4"?c
Cotton
grade, 8 1-ie
ighain, 7c grade, "> l-'2c
Handki
Beautiful Lace and Kmbroid
Beautiful Lace and hmbroin
Beautiful Lace and Lmbr tid
Finish, 15e grade. 10c
Lilllnery 1
SOME APPOINTMENTS BY THE
GOVERNOR?OTHER DEPARTMENTS
NEWS.
* ^
CHARLESTON. Dec 14.?One char- i
ler was the crop of new concerns in'
corpora! ed yesterday by fhe Secretary
of State and It will be known as the I
1-ognn Really Company to bo located
at Locan for the purpose of buying V
and selling ami dealing In real estate.
The authorized capital stock of the
company will be $10,000 and the in
?. *- ? DnaM.1. T /"Vara
corporators aic u. u- uwiuid, vml;
AMerson. W. R. Lilly, A. B Shrewibury,
W. P. Neekamp, all of Logan, W. "
! Vx
Aoilltor Scherr has gone Into the
northern part of the State to examine
some of the State's Institutions
for the purpose of iitcorporallng them *
In tals biennial report.
Governor Dawson has appointed M.
C. Lough, editor of the Fairmont West
Virginian, a* regent of the West Virginia
Stare Normal school in place
of Judge NesWtt, who recently resigned.
Mr. Johns, law clerk for Judge Cox.
of the Supreme court, will leave the
State house force in a few days and
( return to his law practice at Morgantown.
Mr. Johns did not eipect to 1
J remain here as long as he has, but the t
. experience he has gained wi!l.fcelp him i
considerably In his lav practice and t
he does not consider his time lost in f
' having remained here. He is in part- r
r tiershlp with a well known attorney at s
' Morgantown, who has been locking af- [
e ter the business during his absence. I
Lamar C. Powell, of Fairmont, was v
appointed director of the West Vir- \
ginia penitentiary to fill the vacancy i
R ~
PRICE
AN &
ii o tree
^ 4
i few days excepts
:es that are irresist
g it with you so a
Uncien
15c grade, 8^c
extra heavy, 19c q
e, 8^c
i ? l m
lose, ioc graue,
lose, 15c grade, 12
mderwear, 35c gra
iiiclerwear, :35c gra
mioii suits, ?0c gr;
in ion suits, $1 gra<
ts and Lace Cu
1 grade, 82.00 Co
Lace Curtains, $1.25 grar
Lace Curtains,
Goods
8ft inch Nun's Veiling -r<0c grac
50 inch Biillianl
Goods
Outings, 8c and 7c gra
Si I
ercHIefs
ered Patterns, 15c grade, 10c
ered Patterns, 25c grade, 15c .
ered Patterns, 10c grade, oc
Ladies' Japonette Silk Fi
Half F?rlo
he governor's suite.
MISS DANOr.
!r Eugene Field.
lie ofher night as In my bed
I lay profoundly sleeping.
lb angel babe, with hairless head.
Came through the darkness creeping:
rod. ire kins at the. dawn of day,
Bliss-percolated through me,
Vben, muling in ner rniffis way,
She murmured, "Papa" to me.
Strange. was It not? But stranger
still
What next claimed my attention?
The robes, with wealth of tuck and
frill
Too numerous to mention:
Whence came these bibs, with lace
bedecked:
These flannels all so handy?
tnd vrho could possibly suspect
Th- coming of Miss Dandy?
Veil, she shall live a thousand years
Unmindful of each morrow;
ler eyes shall know no plash of tears.
Her heart no touch of sorrow:
tnd she shall dress in silk and laee
And feed on taffy candy:
;(id bless her fuzzy little face?
My little angel Dandy.
West Virginia Patents.
H. E. Duniap. patent attorney, ol
Vheeling. reports the recent Issue ol
he following patents to West Virgin
a Inventors: W. S. Jones, asslgnot
o Economy Tumbler Co.. Morgantown
;lass vessel: \V. F. Hise. Sugar Grove
lut-iock: \V. N". Dunn. Martinsburg
hade-roller raising, lowering and sup
orting device: \V*. H. Dennlson, Alas
;a. wrench, and D. B. Campbell. Smith
leM, coupling pole, a trade-marl*
ras also issued to Edward P. Wheat,
Vheellng, for gloves, gauntlets and
alttens.
SALE
CO,
[>nal values in
;able.
s not to forget
uvear
;rade, l'2kv
;c
?
rln Olf
ide, 21c
ade, 25c
ie, 69c
rtalns
imforte, grade, .s5e
ie, sue
$2.75 grade, ^1.75
le, 3'.?c yard
:ine, 75c grade, 45c yard
de, 4 l-2e
kaline. 12 1 2c grade. i'e
nish. 15c grade. 10c
e
VIEW OF PENNSYLVANIA'S SUPERINTENDENT
OF MINES
ON THIS IMPORTANT
SUBJECT.
NEW YORK, Dec.lL?That thf
? f I. ?kn mnaf aSmIM! Pllfl --
OJJl IU1UCI IS UIC UlnH WMwo
>!iaa of bis own Bafety Is shown by
'be report Jnst Issued by the Pennsylvania
Department bf Mines. Under
(he head of responsibility for accidents.
the chief of the department
says: "From the reports of the inspectors
it is conclusively shown that
more than half of the fatalities are
due to negligence, carelessness, recklessness
and Ignorance on the part of
the victims. In the anthracite region
IS per cent, of the accidents was due
to these causes: 48 per cent. Is charged
to the victims themselves, and 10
per cent, to other Employes. 42 per
tenL being classed as unavoidable."
No class of labor is as fully protected
by law as anthracite miners. The
list mining report shows that Pennsylvania
alone hires as many Inspectors
to look out for her miners as Great
i.'.-itain employs for that purpose in
England. Scotland, and Wales.
The safety o[ the cage in which
the miner is lowered from surface to
mine bottom Is more carefully provided
Tor l?v law than the elevator operations
In a New York sky-scraper. the
law provides a careful way for stor'
lag. handling and firing explosives in
Jtlte mine and forbids the work to be
Jone by an inexperienced laborer. The
, r^.uovat or dust from the breaker ami
gas liom the mines Is enfnreccf by law
while the miner Is the only worker to
. whom the law guarantees 200 cubic
. feet of fresh air per minute.
N'early all the Injuries suffered by
; the breaker workers are reclved when
they leave their work to skylark among
(the machinery. The door tenders are
most often hurt by leaving their post
until they are so late in opening the
elisors tbat they nre hit by the cars. A
failure to prop the mine roof sufflclently,
and a lack of care in entering a
faseous part of the workings, together
with the carelessness of miners who
smoke while handling explosives, or
?ho try to thaw out dynamite, are continually
causing accidents, against
which the Pennsylvania mining laws,
and the added care of the operators,
safe-guard in vain.
Deputy Collector
ARE APPOINTED HENCEFORTH
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
MORGANTOWN. Dec. H.-Hon.
William E. Glasscock, collector ot internal
revenue tor West Virginia, has
returned from Parkersburg where he
pent a ilay or two looking after the
affairs of the offices. Mr. Glasscock
is interested In the recent ruling of
the national administration requiring
the appoin'ment of all deputy collectors
through civil service exnmlna|liens.
During 'he administration of
President Cleveland, a similar orjer
was made, but when the Republican*
look the heitn of the national government.
the : npoiniracnts wen* distributed
as a part of the federal patronage.
The president's new order Is
mote sweeping than former ones, including
even the chief deputy In charge
j of the office. There are eighteen or
nineteen deputies in West Vlrglntn.
jt.'iv holding appointments, who were
j chosen before .'he new rule went into
efiVcr.
Mr. Glasscock's first official notice
of the change came when he appointed
a successor to "Sol" White, who
resigned tu accept the office to which
lie was elected. Mr. Glasscock sent
I the name of his cjolce-to the department
of iniernal revenue and the
choice was contj-rne'd. but with the
j confirmation, came notice that here|
after. all deputy collectors will be
selected by ihe system of competitive
examinations used In other government
departments tinder the civ.!
j serv ice.
j ??
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
j by* local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
I There is only one way to cure deafness.
and that is by constitutional rem|
cilies. Deafness is caused by an ini
famed condition of the mucous lining
n' the Eustachian Tube. When this
| tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or impertcci nuanng. ??? **uv?
li is entirely closed. Deafness Is the
result, nnil unless the Inflammation
can he taken out and this tube restored
to Its normal condition. hearing
will l>e destroyed forever: nine cases
out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is notlilnc but an Inflamed condition
of the tnucons surfaces.
We will Rive One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh i that cannot he cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free.
F. J. CHENEY t CO.
Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by druggists. ~?c.
j Take Hall's Family Pills for Con-'
stlpatlon.
j Don't worry, but come In and let
ns tell von what lo Ret for Xmas Rifts.
| Anything you want. CLYDE S. HOLT.
Fine stationary and fountain pens.
Globe Book Store, Watson Hotel building.
tf ;
Positively the greatest variety in ;
Xmas goods ?n the ctty.' ^ ' j.
Onr Speciitfty is Vond Caught
Fresh Water Fish.
FINE 0Y8TEB8 ALL SEASON.
Give its a Call
Next Door to Koon's Marhlo
works, Jackson St.
FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL CO.,
M. M. Foster. Manager.
Offlce?3M Main Street Phonee?F
and M.. 398: Bell 333-2.
"Well. Johnny, what shall I tell Santa
Claus to bring oyu?"
'Oh. 'mwt anything that Isn't fit (or
little boys to have will be all right?
[Life.
ANDERSON'
All Trimmed Hats
Five P
A LOT OF GOOD THINGS
BEAUTIFUL DOLLS, 10c '
GOOO LINE OF KID AND
UMBRELLAS, $1.00 TO *7.!
LADIES' NECK WEAR, 251
SILK HOSIERY, BLACK Al
TABLE LINENS, NAPKIN I
DRESSER COVERS AND !
HAND MADE JAPANESE I
LOW.
NEW PLAID SILK RECEI1
; A Nice Line of La
Furs-Prices very rea
;the best.
1 FINANCIAL I
16 Bank of Fairmont,
FAIRMONT, W. YA.
J. E. WATSON, PreddenL
J. ?. HAYDEN, Vice President
WALTON MILER. Cadiler.
Directors:
A. . FLEMING, J. 8. HAYOEN,
J. E. WATSON.
M. L. HUTCHINSON, F. E. NICHOLS,
0. ?. McKINNEY, C. E. MANLEY.
Capital. $150,000.00.
Undivided Profits, $110,00040
Transacts a genral banning bus!noes.
Account! of corporations, firms and
Individual! received upon the ?wt
favorable terms consistent wttb sound
and conservative banking.
Interest paid on time deposits.
Separate vault with safety deposit
boxes for use of customers
lit
irklch tenj3 to /mproye tbe facilities
of our bank Is prresseJ Into service.
We look very carefully after all details
And make our service as effective
u possible. We receive depostts subject
to check, pay 4 per cent. interest
tn savings and time deposits, loan
mall banks to savings depositors, and
render up-to-date service. Call for circular
giving full Information,
Hoi Savlnns Bank.
Fairmont, W. Va.
Jo,
4 Per Gent. Interest Paid (
FIRST RATIO
Fairmont I
United States and
Capital $1C0,000. Sou
i
' liskea
H6i)ii6n Soil 11
>s the standard of WltUH
autre for men. Mv WmH
count you among our g' H
customers who "r npfradbijHj
, the best only!
,
( cut*
?
FOR XMAS PRESEN.TS.
WOOL CLOVES, 2SC TO SUE, !
ID COLORS, *1J# TO S2J? A
LINENS AND THE P?Br.:ilill||
'
>' 1 .?/ ';.'';
???.
The Pennine Ranlr i
* ? *? * s* I'M
IN, $150,000.00.
0?o. M. Jacob* .... ..foMlt 1
W. 8. Haymoad iVfeePMUMtj
Our tre and burglar .-pesof rtf l
are free to custoners'for prtrts ft
We solicit your basbMas^mHOl
racelre prompt andcacaftt -aifaaMae 8
Directors?Geo. If. Jaabt V. *.'9
W. 8. Haymond, C. E. Hatdtoam, |
Un't such a difficult matter wtaa **>:'!
litlp you U you bring, M eirtjrfJjj|j^H
open an account Is this cafe safi|
strung savings instliutloa. The *e?|
and succeeding deposits will he mow
cosily made, and ve will pay yes ( 1
per cent Interest on 'whkterwi jm
lease six months or
Will, of rnnrnr'Tni 1?mW''tiairrW
Xmas. bat In the meanSan
we will be open nni 11 Wily to _
receive u much new bvfcmsfl
as it U your pleasure.im 4bu;>l
us.
rWe take thlsopportMl||^^^^H
wishing all. at oun IrtaMm
"Merry Christmas."
in GertMes ol Deposit HH
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