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Ibert's speech In destroyed, and
inge for recovery Is small.
Relbel was sandbagged and
F;Ot'twelve dollars and two vulpdfre
boohs belonging to tbe K.
UGH, COl
Why Do Y(
ere Is no Cough but what will I
IAckert' English Re
glv ' Kemp'i Balsam
ffc'V' ' Boschees' German s
Foley'! Honey and
Dr. ShooD's Cough
jF?"''Dr. James' Cherry
Dr. McLean's Tar y
V 1 '' ' Dr. Bull's-Cough Sy
Ayer'i Cherry Pecti
?.*! Dr. Bell's Pine Tar
|P|?i Dr. Hall's Balaam.
. Dr. Fenner's Cough
l$| ' Dr. Cooper's Cough
[ <? Dr.- 8eth Arnold's c
' *" Dr. DeWltt's One H
- Dr. Kilmer's Cough
Dr. Hand's Cough C
jTV Hamlin's Cough Ba|(
IHgfipl' . Chamberlain's Cotiq
Slocum's Colt's foo
! Shlloh's Consumpt|(
mj&'- ; . i Plso's Consumption
Mj | King's New Discos
f/T ; Codeine Cough Sed
Creo-Terpln Compou
Elixir Terpin Hydra
Rod Sprure and Cod
i',y- Hoult's Cure for LiM
. Brady's Cough Cure
P',;; White Pine With ta
We are of the opinion that some (
t should they not, we have others,,
P| E. A. BILLING
f branch offices? ^
V CHARLESTON, S. C. ^
3?$ 7 WHEELING, W. VA.
BELLAIRE. OHIO.
mi.
ITo &l\
Our ins
|f| chase. For
! | people to bu
H xeady taken
II ask those w
H*? sell Watche
|| dreds of otl
other store
| them. Try
FANCY ENAMELED WA
LADIES' GUARANTEED (
P?; :{ GENTS' GUARANTEED C
SpAl Waltham Movements
El?' GUARANTEED UNREDE!
f Ii; LADIES' and GENTS' SO]
Bpl;. and engraved, from
Rift.. GENUINE DIAMOND RIN
I
thebnsiaesicenter of the, town. No
ass 's&wsi M or m
men. They ere believed to belong to
the gang who are responsible for the
numerous robebrles that have occurred
lately.
fo bare beautiful, perfect, pink, velvel-llke
lips, apply at bedtime a light
coating of Dr. Shoop's Green Salve.
Then, next morning, notice carefully
the effect. Dry, cracked, or colorless
lips mean feveriibnes, and are at well
111 appearing. Dr. Sboop's Green Salve
Ib soft, creamy, healing ointment, that
will quickly correct any skin blem
Ish or alljiei.t. Uet a free trial box
at our store asd lie convinced. Large,
Glass Jars, 25 eta. Sold by E. A. BitGet
a nice hand painted china salad
dish at Clyde 3. Holt's.
Indies' bracelets, gold ring3 and
pretty Jewelry for Xmas:
IGH, COUGH,
>u Cough?
yield to some of the many remedies.
meay.
yrup.
Tar.
Cute.
Tar Syrup.
line Lung Balaam. j
rup.
iral.
and Honey.
t
Honey.
Remedy,
ough Killer,
linute Cough Cure.
Cure. I
ure.
ectorant.
i
h Remedy,
t Expectorant
in Cure.
Cure.
rystive.
,
nd.
te Compound.
elne Expectorant. ,
Srippe Cough. (Our make only.)
, (Our make only.) ,
r. (Our make only.)
me of the above will meet your case,
vhlch we will be pleated to talk with
ISLEfl & CO.
~xw
I who
nf rvivin
UillCi 17 JL ^liiu
the first tim<
ly Xmas Pres
i advantage of
ho have not t
s, Jewelry, T<
ler articles to<
in the city,
us once and;
Note
TCHES, $3.00 and
50LD FILLED WATCHES
From $6.5C
I0LD FILLED WATCHES, Elgin
$6.00 u
BMED WATCHES, from $2.00
LID GOLD RINGS, very handsomel;
$1.50 and u
no ??,i nwnnnHRS at PLED<
VIM UUU *?* ?"? ?
75c to $1:
S2.50 to $
$1.25 to $
$9.00 to $2
$2.50 to $1
wbob>cdufl^^ . HAB ]
BILL READY?WILL BE OP
TO LEQI8LATURE.
PARKER8BUBG, W. Va., Dec. 21.? j
Attorney John T. Cooper. delegate j
from the city to the coming legistslure,
baa nearly completed hl? primary
election bill which he will submit to
the legislature early in die session, ??
he promised to do last summer If j
elected. Mr. Cooper bos secured all
the advice and first hand information
available since he hnB been able to
lpsume work and he thinks he hne a
measure which not only will hold water.
but which will prove to be a grpat '
public benefit.
He said that he had devoted coneld- '
erahle attention to the paper which ho J
Is to present before the meeting, of
the Stale bar at Elklns, and be thinks
thut the discussion will aid him In '
adding to this bill. He hns gone into '
the "subject thoroughly.
"I uni not at all scared at the attacks
made on my measure in a few
of the newspapers. Indeed I know of
but few and they were palpably misleading
und misinformed. I mean to '
go through with It and I believe we
can make the primary eli.'tion, extending
to all parties, with elections or
the same day, a lasting benefit."
Mr. Cooper said that lie was some- 1
what amused at an article lit the Stale 1
Journal by u writer who attempted to 1
discuss Hie subject at length and who
described how much Its primary elec- '
Hon law cost the State of Virginia. ]
That was the burden of the argument.
Mr. Cooper wrote the attorney general
of the neighbor State for information!I
and discovered that no such law ex-!)
Isted?that the Democrats had a very]|
unsatisfactory party measure, and that I
whoever the local writer here was live 11
didn't know what ho was talking!
Senator Tillman, of South Carolina,'
Is as careless regarding his own at- 1
tire as he Is about giving offense by :
his manner and mode of expressing ,
himself. Oddly enough, however, In
the matter of feminine dress he has
developed such fine tasle that his wife
and daughter depend almost entirely
upon his Judgment In the selection of .
their hats, gowns, wraps, elc. He never
goes to a large city that he does
not carry hack home some article of ,
attire for Mrs. or Miss Tillman, and J
he keeps up with the latest modes ,
more carefully than they do. j
Collar and cufT boxes to suit. you.
CLYDE S. HOLT,
32!> Mala street 1
IAS~
may (
jg you a Xms
e in the hist
ents at Real
: this opportn
>een here to c
oilet Sets, Mr
> numerous t<
In fact we st
you will deal
some of our
11 iD:|
and ;
P- A few unredeemed E
UP; To buy Xmiis (-roods
pS6t We guarantee every I
JED Money loaned on all
We are the only lice!
S Gold 1
? | RUBIN
311 Madison 8tr
iVben twilight felt be came to me.
To climb eypedtanton my knee,'
K shadow seemed upon his face
ro bide a little of Its grace;
K grave, deep problem settled there
Upon tbat childhood brow so fair
With questioning, wondering eyes he
gazed
Into mine own eyes, half amazed,
tnd wltb his little Ifps held tight
He asked me please to tell him right?
rhen slow, with soft, emphatic pause?
IVas there a really Santa Clahs?
IVas there. Indeed! f drew his lips,
iTn tn mv own In love's eclipse.
Mi, skeptic spirit that ha.I tlsred
To lead his footsteps doubt ensnared:
Mi, brute. Iconoclast, to dream
3f bursting childhood's bubble-gleam.
To shatter with your pagan blow!
The chlld-heartli olden wonder-glow!
is there a Santa Clans? Ah. me!
Is (here Is moon and star anil sen.
As there Is morn antl noon anil night.
There Is a Santa to delight!
How do we know, Indeed, who seem
Too old for fancy's foolish dream.
That there is tint as once there was.
When faith filed all the hearts of us?
How do we know but that lie dwells
With reindeer, slegb and Jingling bells,
Behind the spirit, If not In.
The golden revel and the din
3f tender charily and Joy.
The thoughtful deeds our hands employ.
The little presents that we make
For cheer and sweet affection's sake?
And so. I held him on my knee,
I'nlll Ills eyes again with glee
turned In renewed belief and faith
n childhood's old, eternal wrath.
I doubted, too! I heard them say
druel things to shake iny faith one
day.
Mill years have only brought again
The faith reborn through trial and
pain.
The failh that childhood faith Is best
Supreme, sublime, o'er all lite rest?
And that through fancy and through
gleam
u'? ..unit frrtm enldcn .lreant to dream!
If "taken nt lite Sneeze Stacc" Pre
rentics?a toothsome candy Tablet?
will surely and quickly check an ap
preaching cold or Lagrippe. When
rou first catch cold?or feel It coming
in?take Dr. Shoop's Preventlcs, and
:he prompt effect will certainly surprise
and please you. PreventkB, surely
supply the proverbial "ounce of
prevention." Sold in 5 cent nnd 2S
irnt boxes by B. A. Bllllngslea & Co.
Tre
>urcha
is Present is 1
;ory of Fain
Bargain Frit
mity, a good
ome and see
? 1 vi
ISlCUl XIlStlULIJ
a mention, fro
ill as cheap
with us alwa
* I
prices and ju
JMiOi
diamond Rings and Brooches at
from ns is like baying a dolls
;hing we sell to be as repreBen
personal property,
nsed and reliable Pawnbrokers
Mine Loan (
BROS. Prop
et F
THINK 8ECRETARY STRAUS' DECISION
IN CHARLESTON CA8E
WILL HELP THEM OUT.
CHARLOTTE, N. C-. Dec. 21.?The
mill men of .Charlotte and GastonJa,
who are being sued for $70,000 flues
for alleged violation of the alien contract
laws in bringing over 70 British
Immigrants to work In the cotton
ii-llls, and a-fao also have been Indicted
on-a conspiracy charge, are experiencing
a feeling of relief on account of
the ruling or Secretary Straus, of the
Denarlmeat of Commerce and Labor.
In the(cnse of (he Charleston lramigrants.
The only possible grounds for the
government's continuing Its rases, according
to counsel lor llie mill men,
might he lontid in the fnct that the
South Carolina legislature had authorized
the work of securing the immigrants
who come over on the Wlttekind,
while the agent of the North
Carolina mill men was nut go authorized.
However, they nay Governor
Glenn duly authorized the agent ol
the local luen. and, therefore, no real
distinction exists liclweejt the two
cases.
Deafness Cannot Se cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased porllon of the ear.
There Is oaly one way to cure deafness,
and Hint Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed
condition of the mucous lining
of the Kustachiau Tube. When tills
tube Is Inflamed yon hare a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the
"cstilt, anil unless the Inflammation
an he taken out and litis tube restor:\
lo Its normal condition, hearing
rill be destroyed forever; nine cases
mt of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nolhlng but an Inflamed eonIltlon
of the mttcoua surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot lie cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
sti nation.
NOTICE.
All persona holding claims against
0. M. Simpson will present the game
10 the undersigned trustees for settlement
on or before the first day of
jHnuary, 1907.
S. J. SXTDEH.
M. A. JOLLIFF,
12-Ctf Trustees.
Diamond Brooches at A. B. Scott
& Co.
ESO
ise frc
p
;he amount \
nont an opp
- -? m ?
;es, and whih
many have
us, and you 1
W
oents, Albun
m 25 to 50 p
ind cheaper
ysidge
for your
EB:C: p=
?||*ll* ban,
* V'A T ACC<
^ * REV<
Pledged Prices. SMTI
,r for fifty cents. SPEC
ted.
! in Marion county $ ham
Dffice, H"
. | ILL!
irietors, {_??
airmont, W. Va,
ISTEHPLE'Sj
f Step in a lew minutes and rive n look at onr line of notions ?
m You will find this a "ery convenient place to get suita X |
X ble gifts for yonr friends, all on one floor plainly displayed &?
for easy choosing.
I LADIES COLLARS. ill
!k>. A nice assortment of Ladies' Collars and Collar and fltfH
I Cuff Sets put up in separate boxes suitable for gifts.. Popu. ?Ia
>' lar prices?25c and 50c. Others up as high as you wish. m '
[HANDKERCHIEFS |J|
Most anything to be found on any market'in this line
for both Ladies and Qentleiren. 5c to $1.00.
A very desirable line in boxes of half dozen each, 75o to Z
[KID GLOVES. I ;
V, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. jfc
* Bags in all colors, all 3tyles and at all prices. Plain
# leather bags and some very pretty ones in fancy leathers.
| BELTS. | |
J In both leather and silk at 25c to $1.00. X
[JEWELRY.
^ Anything and everything. A strong .line of staple and
f E. C. STEMPLE & CO.)
I BRANCH OFFICES?
il ' CHARLESTON, 8. C. .^|la|
wheeling, w, va.
Wl ^ BELLA I RE, OHIO. ' ift
^ p'/|
>m us. H
ve save you on vour pnr^ jllM
>ortunity is given to the:jg|||
i a good many have al-:||jj|
not, we would therefore pB
urill l\n oAtunnoOf] + Jiaf WA Hi
is, Revolvers and hun- IMB
ier cent, cheaper than any
than other dealers buy pll|
ruvu-LrxnrinjarLn-ru-un-n.ru- * " '^AAA*' *** ? ? - - - - -|->-> B
lOLINS, $1.50 to $10.00. r;;H
TOR $4.00 to $15.00. I
JRDEONS, $2.00 to $16.00. I WM
3LVERS, H. & R, I. & J. ETC., From $2.25 up. pfl$
'H & WESSON REVOLVERS AT PLEDOED PRICES,
S. B. SHOTGUNS, $3.00 to $6.00. vB
D. B SHOTGUN^, $7.50 to $15.00. .Eg
ILTON MOVEMENTS, 17 JEWEL, IN 20 YEAE CASES, : B
3LTON MOVEMENTS, 21 JEWEL, IN 20 YEAR OASES, -^|hEh|I
NOIS 17 JEWEL MOVEMENTS, $12.50. I
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