I TAYLOR Tl
? P. O. Building
, + . See our $2.00 Hats; they i
IT VUl" X'ttJUCjr rcoio, iuctv aic a?ca
+ We have the finest $5.00 I
'i 4, Pressing, Cleaning and Re;
tf. ^ Called for and delivered. Botl
I'' WILL FEEL EFFECT OF PASSAGE
OF THE HUNT BILL BY
EThe passage of the Hunt bill by
Congress will be a blow to the several
.manufacturers who employ prison labor
In the Moundsvllle penitentiary.
Clothing, whips, brooms and other ar*
tlcles made In the pen are shipped
. to all parts of the country, but tho
enactment of the Hunt bill will mean
4 BRANCH OFFICES? 4
[ CHARLESTON, S. C. *
T 4 WHEELING, W. VA.
1 4 BELLAIRE. OHIO. 4
| 1 To All Who
Our manner o
T amount we save ]
| you Xmas Jewel
| struments, or an
store AS CHE,
1x in uruer iu ue
T TO SEE US, and
Note the folio
t and judge for yoi
4 FANCY ENAMELED WATCI
'*" LADIES' GUARANTEED GC
4 FILLED WATCHES ^
GENTS^ GUARANTEED GO
I FILLED WATCHES, Elgin i
4 tham Movements
WATCHES AT PLEDGED I
sm GUARANTEED UNREDEME
K y LADIES'and GENTS'SOLID
RINGS, very handsomely set
A graved, from $1.5(
. J GENUINE DIAMOND RING!
BROOCHES at PLEDGED P
|?: i TOILET SETS
p't" T guitars $^00
-w weguarantee every u
X Money loaned on all p
1 We are the only licent
| 1 GOU
f jf RUBI
^ 311 Madison
111 soon be bereagaiA?the 25th 4
so very far away. In fact the 4
> at band for far-alghted men to 4
of their Holiday attire. If you ^
need of a Suit, Overcoat and .
srs, you cannot do better than ^
t with us. We matte every cmug .
tr Individual measure and you *
3 satisfied. We guarantee a per- T
t or no pay., 4*
tor Overcoat $15 up i
have reduced 103 different pat- .
where there Is only one or two T
of a kind from $1.00 ot $7.00. J
are bargains. Come early and 4"
st pick. 4?
are making $G.0O Pants for $3.50. *
IE TAILOR |
Parks Ave. *
ire beauties; none better. See 4*
ihoe in town. Coll and see ^
pairing done on short notice. "T
i 'nhones. Gives us a trial. T
that these goods can be sold only in
It prevents the managers ot the
penitentiaries from engaging In Interstate
traffic In goods produced within
the penitentiary walls. This Inhibition
obtains also against the products
of workhouses and other penal institutions.
Hereafter all such goods will
have to he disposed of within the
limits of the State In which they are
manufactured. The bill was passed In
the Hous? of Representatives by a
practically unanimous vote, has been
urged for some time by the American
federation of Labor.? Parltersburg
Fish and oysters at Robb's. tl
uikit i n
f giving you a Xm
fou on your purcha
ry, Toilet Sets, Alb
y of the numerou
: i 3 i.u
convinced, read in
you will find out v
wing prices on sor
$6.50 up. Q
LD C 3 HEVOL
md Wal- CD ^ From
$6.00 up. QJ O
rr-j O SMITH
> n i/* fr o U . _.
-nivcoi t: _ - at HL
d <D CO Al HL
$2.00 up. ^ ^3- SPECI/
GOLD d S. B.
: and en- y?J Lh
) and up. O D. B
3 and )n M_l
RICES. ^ ^ HAMIL
4J (L) ' JEWEL
to $12.00. C3 &
Cd O HAMIL
I to $5.00. ? c? JEWEI
i to $5.00. 3 ^ ILLINC
to $25.00. ^
to $15.00. SET Vt
ting we sell to be as represen'
led and reliable Pawnbrokers
) MINE LOAN C
IN BROS, Propr
PRELATE'S AID TO McKlNLEY
SAID TO HAVE BEEN DUE
CINCINNATI, Dec. 13.?The inter'
est which Mr. and Mrs., Bellamy Storer
hare shown In the advancement ot
Archbishop Ireland is explained by the
fact that the prelate converted both
to his faith. Their zeal Is better understood
In this city than anywhere
else. The Archbishop has vtylteii
their home on Crandln Road, and because
of his Interest In tbem Mgr.
Storer has ben conspicuous In Catholic
Mrs. Storer was one of the leaders
in the movement to establlBht he Catholic
Cathedral In Cincinnati on the
hill tops. Slie offered Archbishop Elder
her beautiful home for the church.
, The agitation following the offer was
, such that the Archbishop decided to
remain down town among the great'
er.number of his followers. This de'
clslon ended the movement to estab'
llsh the Cathedral In St. Francis de
1 Sales Churc.
i Mrs'. Storer's political and social aci
tlvlty in Cincinnati has been great.
Her husband represented the First
Ohio district at one time. Mrs. Storer
was a conspicuous figure In Washington
and was always listened to attentively
by the leaders of the Republican
nartv in Ohio. To the friendship
cf Archbishop Ireland and the Storers
1 is said to have been due the hearty
support given to President McKlnley
by the prelate.
Mgr. Ireland's sen-Ice for the Republican
ticket In 1890 made Presldept
McKlnley anxious to show his
gratitude, and the prelate Is said to
have asked for preferment for Mr.
Mr. Storer preferred a cabinet place.
He was slated to become Assistant
Secretary of State, but Senator Foralter
objected to having Storer credited
to Ohio's share In the patronage.
President McKlnley cast about for another
place. Foraker was asked If ho
would have any objection if Storer
went on a diplomatic mission.
"The further the better," Is said to
have been Foraker's reply. Storer
[ was then sent abroad.
BRANCH OFFICES? 4
^ CHARLESTON, S. C. ^ i
WHEELING, W. VA. j
BELLAIRE, OHIO. 4
i 1 O }
e From Us: I
as Present is the |
tse, as we will sell i
urns, Musical Ins
articles in our f
is ad and COME
/hy we are selling 4
ne of our articles |
$1.50 to $10.00.
$4.00 to $15.00.
$2.00 to $15.00. T
VERS, H. & R., I. i. J., ETC., 4
& WESSON REVOLVERS 4
$3.00 to $5.00
.. $7.50 to $15.00. ^
.TON MOVEMENTS. 17 ^
IN 20 YEAR CASES X
TON MOVEMENTS, 21 X
IN 20 YEAR CASES T
)IS 17 JEWEL MOVEMENTS
\NTEED STEM WIND AND I
fATCHES 95c X
in Marioa county. A
PHENOMENAL GROWTH. OF Wl
CHARLESTON, Dec. 14.?The we
era States, Including Nevada, Ok
boma and others hpye grown tn t
hsblt of i-e'cordinf the phenomei
growth of towns in their up over nig
so as to speak. The last sU mont
has Jiecn the State of West Vlrgtr
conie to the front also in this respe
and the town of Wittenberg on t
lines of both the Chesapeake ai
Ohio, and the fkvpwater-Tldewat
railroad, which bad its beginning abo
si\ niontlis ago..naR now a popuiatii
of about l,i>00 .inhabitants and proi
Ises to have 5,000 within a year.
Tuesday a party consisting of tl
directors of the New River Collier!
Company. C. J. Wittenberg, preside
of the Cbosapeako and Ohio Coal at
Coke Company: t\ K. Guggenheim,
the American Smelting Compan;
George W. Stevens, president of tl
Chesapeake ami un.o ranroan; na
niond Pupuy. general manager of tl
Deepwater-Tidewatcr railroad: S. \
Ecclos, of the American Smeltlt
Company; C. W. Beatty, general ma
ager of the Guggenheim Exportatlt
Company; and 8enator Wm. Sproi
of the Kanawha A'alley Traction Coi
panv and former traffic manager of tt
Southern Pacific, railway were at tl
new town and attended the cerem
nles for the laying of the corner atom
of the two new depots to be construe
ed on the two lines upon which tl
town Is located.
The new mining town Is the pro
erty of the New River Colllerb
Company and evidence of prosper!
Is at every hand. They have a ve
of nine-foot coal, which Is extreme
large for the location and expect
lnrge capacity when once they g
all their arrangements and facllitli
completed. The party named aboi
arrived at Wittenberg from the ea
I (m a special train and win rema
! in the district for several days vie'
1 Ing the coal properties In the Ne
BIG DEAL CLOSE!
PARKERSBURG SYNDICATE S
CURES CONTROL OF VALUA-,
BLE FARM NEAR MARTINSBURG.
MAimXSBCRG, W. Va.. Dec. 13.
Major C. P. Elliott and Col. Frai
Waterman have been here for tl
past day or two and to-day closed
deal with H. H. Rutherford for h
farm one and a half miles southea
of this place and containing alio
two hundred acres at $120,828. Tl
deed Is made to the American Lin
and Stone Company of which C.
Elliott, Llye L. Jones, J. Mentor Cal
well, H. M. Bleuse and H. R. CcCIti
all of Parhersburg'are the Incorpoi
tors. C. D. Bumgamer 13 preside
and BlanChard E. Hyatt is treason
Mr. Rutherford bought the same lai
about six years ago for about $30 p
" ' - Iohoto onrl rlf?h f
acre, it coouuua a ?ai&?
posit of high grade limestone whl
yields about 90 Vt per cent, pure lin
The company expects to put In a lar
lime plant and to ship crushed sto:
for flaxlng In the manufacture of ste
MISS REID WILL NOT
WED A NOBLEMA
Ambassador Says His Daughter Is
Marry an American Citizen.
NEW YORK, Dec. 14.?Mr. and M
Whltelaw Retd were passengers
the Kronprlnz Wllhelm that arriv
here. They have come home for t
Christmas .holidays and will be i
sent six weeks from the Court of !
Ambassador Reld said that he ?
go at once to Albany to attend a me
Ing of the State board of regents. .'
will go to Washington to attend a d
ner given by Vice President Fi
banks to the Chief Executive on 1
cember 15. After that he will spe
the remainder of his vacation w
Questioned about the report that
, daughter. Jean, was engnogd to a i
elgn nobleman, the Ambassador sa
"1 do not care to discuss such
mors as these, but I must say there
i not a word of truth In It. My dau
ler, I hope, will remain with me
I.ondon throughout my stay the
Then she will come back to her ho
? -* Amnnlfifln "
unu niunj uu 1
Reprint, News-Herald: "There Is
least one effctnal, safe, and relial
Cough Cure?Dr. Shoop's?that we
gard as suitable, even for the youi
est child. For years Dr. Shoop 1
lerly opposed the use of opiates or n
cotl'cs In medicine, offering J10 l
drop or any one finding Opium, Chlo
form, or any oher poisonous or n
i * In T\? Qhann'g Poll
COUC ingreuiein. iu u*. ouw^a vu?
Cure. And the challenge la aa :
unanawered. Here la one manuf
luring phyalclan who welcomed w
much satisfaction the new govcrnmi
Pure Food and Drug Law. The p
lie can now protect Itself at all tin
by instating on hgving Dr. Shoo]
when a cough remedy is neede
' Sold by B. A. Billlngslea & Co.
| ."'y^Dressed turk^
IT CHARLESTON, Dec. H.-The A
pba Coal and Mining Company's pro)
erty, comprising mines, railroad, tlj
pies and adjoining lands upon whlc
8t_ arel oca ted the company store an
ia. miners' bouses, will be sold at aui
he tion on Dec. 8, at WinOeid.
tal The Alpha mines near Plymouth sti
ht tion, in Putnam county, on the K. i
hs M. railroad, comprise one of the bei
ila mining prpperties In the State, tb
ct Pittsburg seam which the compan
he has been working for two years bcln
nil one of the best selling coals In th
er Kanawha Valley,
ut The mines have been operated by
3n party of Pittsburg capitalists but th
proposition for some reason was not
paying one'to them and L. T. Yodei
ie through his attorney, G. M. Hatton. c
es Pittsburg, will sell all the Alpha con
"t pany's holdings under deed of trus
"1 for $73,000. Local men who are at
of qualnted with the nature and eaten
f! of the Alpha mines consider the at
te tual value to be far in excess of th'
y- amount for which the deed of trus
Is held and several men representlni
V. Charleston capitalists will be presen
>5 at Wlnfleld on the day of the sale ti
" engage In the bidding.
m The sale will be conducted by Attor
'I. neys Menager und Hull, of this city,
ie Gold candelabras at Clyde S. Holt's
ie Come in and see. I can not tell you
0. of all the nice things I have for Xmas
CLYDE S. HOLT.
:t" Call and see our circulating llbrarj
ie of latest copyright books of Action
Globe Book Store, Watson Hotel build
p. "is- , 11
BS Doll day Friday, Dec. 14. Read ad
ty Shurtleff and Welton, Opp. P. 0. 21
!n Useful things for baby, M. E. church
,y Thursday and Friday. 31
' X The Gre;
at any ti
What we propose
West Virginian betiveet
absolutely free a book tl
Only to New Subset
re A9 The book is eutitl
: ; 0
" jj THE I
" | THE
on U Selected with a Vie'
ed 5k Elevat
rill U M.A
? Q THE WIT AN!
iu! Q Origin of the V
A Selections in Poetry a
his m Children. Including A
'or- U Witty After-Dinner Sf
W O Sorts Humor by the
ire- 9^' Ineludii
,8 It would
O lent Xm;
gk Do not ask ns ho
T0 V lars with a six months'
ar. vince yourself that we
,_h V fiee. We only have on
rot U they win au be gone hi
ac. JZ most liberal offer, she
ith w can caU for tbem anyi
?nt Jt in your subscriptions i
I The Building of a Dr
a I Square Dealing.
? II Why Is it that this store deserves ai
1 Hi Here is the answer in a nutshell.
' HI Because we give you a square deal
>( HI sre look at Drug Store keeping from yo
.. HI event time you trade here.
H We believe in doing things a little
* H by doing things a little bit better thane
! H is accomplished.
t H There's a difference between the
H store, just as there is a difference bet*
H the " fair priced " drug ttote. The " chi
0 H a dangerous store to patronize, especiall)
t H knows that, and your doctor oho knout.
. H the ordinary drug itort?that it is relit
. H and medicines that are pure and freah, a
H thing at a fair price.
MT. CITY I
The Record Omelet. si
' From the New Orleans Times-Democrat.
The chef lighted a cigarette. IS
' "A good omelet, was it not?" he It
said. "Now I will tell you of the rec- fe
p ord omelet of the world.
"When I soldiered in Tunisia, our ?'
, company was sent out, at the farmers' m
t request, to annihilate the sparrows
which destroyed the crops. We
t brought back?It Is Incredible?5,000
nade by any p
ime or any i
to do is to trive every person tvho s
i now and January 1st, 1907, at our r
:hs for $200
lint is worth more than $2.00 the prici
ribers by Mail.
Y V^. ^ r~ ?
7or the Home
IS A COMPLETE LIBRA]
w to Home Reading and the
ing, Refining Influence in the Hon1
3 Well Known Author and Hiato:
3 WISDOM OF THE GREA1
World's Favorite Songs. Approp
nd Prose, Jewels of Patriotism a
necdotes and Biographies of Great
>eecnes by Men ot note, Ureat n
: Greatest Humorists.
ig a Gallery of Portraits of Great
L make a mo
iv we are able to give away n book w<
subscription, all for $2.00, it docsn't!
do do it by sending in your subscripti
hand about three hundred of these b
ifore Christmas and all desiring to
>uld apply early. The books are too
time you are in Fairmont or send for
.4- ? j 4h. :n i. i 3
Lb uuue auu lue uuuna wui ueiuur&eu
West Virginian Mli
. . ir-f:W
id wins your preferqKC?_ )
In ererrthlng yott'Bn^? because. ;M
ur standpoint. You find that bat I. I
bit betterthan ordlnetji an^WRj^B
rdinary that oar Iiiiilil1|gl
ordinary and bettertha^wigSlffl
een the "cheap" drag stoleiw 'j
ap" store or the ordinary storel? |
if It Is a drug store. Your doctor ; |
1 Hat His start is e Hi Istttr Horn
ble?that we will tell only drugs , H
id at the same time we tell every., M
arrows' eggs. Think of it! !
"Out of the 5,000 e^rrowe^ejajfaJI^B
arte an omelet It waald'teet locg,|||
feet wide, and 1 foot thick. And?
;ht! Lighter, my friend than
"It was the record omelet hKt|j9|
arid, and I have a photograph of It InM
y strong box." .
we always flare pleased you; iecw
i try this Xraas. CYL.DE 8. HOLTiW
IS Mala street.
ubscribes for the Daily'^||^^H
Inspiring, Ennobling, Q H
Authors and Oratory 9Bg|
? ' '^^KaS9
st excel- ]
urtli more thon^two dol* |^H|
them at any timfe&gMHH
and layed away for you. ;
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