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KMpii'tlifii'to *llh rc'latlren. .;. . of Eiklna, Irad Jieen here slnco Saturday left light, /pr b|s home. Mrs. Jirailtto aficompanled him here, will :;and Mrs. Roy Lough returned l^anlown last night nfter spend- I hriJdnms here with relatives, fcjt^r s Shinn returned to nail Ilast night after spending Chriistswlth"7 his mother, Mts. Delia LT, M. Gathrlght and son, Tom, p.vh; Been tiie gitesls of the for(for two months, leaves tonight home In Covington, Va. Mr. Ight who hail' been hero alneo iifJ-Will accompany them home, jtwy. Pedtllcord, of Morgantown.'i; rtSjiiiitmaa tvlth relatives here.^1 SiejBprdet'to, of Culpeper, Va? Christinas day with relatives Who spoilt Christmas j i Enter toi mn** ?er?b#*1,08,1 j,,r'n S? Remand and continually Fncrou.sin H^S^A-ory description. We don't (lilt r . JK ijade toilet requisites more neci this increasing 'demands country, everyone, especially the jpk . itflntiww' to toilet articles of Itiibrleed from iiivlr Use. Recosnlzl imtntroiis. lellef preparations. wo : to Iteep for on r customers' ns nrafions. It is one of 'tie features proud. for we -realise that there is eilstojlier so nntcli when irf neeil ( 'them exactly lo her taste, h The lenillns preparation's to-ds r Elcaya Cream. 50c. e Kilter's Cerate Cream, 50c. c. Y,: Almond ltloasojn (.Mute. Vale Tfudniil's Cold Cream, 50c. Crown Cream. 50c. ... Ongg'ett & UainsdcltV CnM Pompelan Massage Cm o an Kosriieo Toilet Cerate, 50c. ';. Old Glhraltar Wlteh Hnzel Je Milkweed Cream. 50c. ISelinzoln, 50c and 31.00. Other Lines at 10c, 15c anil 2 Via should he-very glad to npp rnuioc iv Ifi im\L 3 ffoeooessx)& rw ?? ; ' > ' ' ' ifr - :' ' ! : -1 .. :' The" Fairmont Furniture Corfpauy, of .which Messrs. Nuzura & Ross are proprietors; has for a long; time used ; the expression "The Store with a rec- b ord," but now they aro able to claim [for their establishment a sew record. J and that la for the volume of busfnoss t) transacted In 1908 anil especially ^ through the month.of December, tjtilr n j.Cliiisl'ihus trade felng swotaer record breaker. Tills firm only a few months ago en (1 largcd their present quarters to- the j., fullest extent possible without erect- ; Ing a new building, and the now buildlog may yet have to come. The adjl- :J tlonal space they have been using has l;1 materially assisted them in fncllltat- ., ing the matter of handling Ihefr trade. ,,j Something very unusual about tholr ,t holiday trade was that It began early ; In the month keeping their delivery n wagon busy for the entire month. \ vi Anothor encouraging feature Is lite hi outlook for next year's business nod .,j the prinprh/lors say that thev have Iti never before had so many people tullr of of what thoy were going to buy in the fo spring, indicating to them Unit they could lie reasonably certain of a much better business the coming season tlian at (lie sumo time last year. 8t DANCES WITH HIS COOK. Congressman Morrell Shows His Servants a Gay Time. TOltliCSDAI.E , Pa., Dec. 20.- fJF Colonel Edward Do V. Jlorrell, mew- ' ' ber of Congress anil of clubs, military man and master of hounds, figured last night as leader of the cotillon' at the annual ball glvpnitp the servants }e in. his estate here;./.The handsome Cornel entdred Into tfe spirit of the| or jccaslon and,led his rook through the naze of the waltz. lilrs. Bridget O'Cou- -J* lor, the'oldest member of -the houselold staff, was the&lohers'iflrst part- 1,0 lor. The Imll was gl^eiUn the coach 'ln louse, which whs elatoiataly, festoon- 1 >d with Christinas (treeil^^. ,./Mrs. Jlorrell, who is ah iSvalid, tooK 1!< ccen latarfct--it), the fcsltvTEfes: Meeting Of Bar Association. There will he a meeting of the Ma- ' Ion County Bar Association to-mor- Ft ow evening at 7:ilfl/p'cloelf. A full tttendahce of: the-members is trrged. LET HELPsi .: M Pa Jfc in. 1 over West Virginia, right hero W Sa g the last few yejtrs, a constant 'Sjy roi g sale [or toilet prejmraliosw cf Sh sa ole any change in. climate ,aP 3ssary?hu8 anything to do with. Ipkjufl le same as fn other cities, oC'Btfa Ji . women, are seisins more thmisht. all descriptions, and the rosut-r ^ ns and enjoying the sirtc "??% have made It our individual pvac- 'my ;e a splendid line of toilet of tile slore of which we- aro?, I nothing which pleases a womo'.n fiw f if toilei preparations as secnrint; *?? X v?during the "winter moot):?: ax**. WW" J ? I i hi M > 50c- ' ^ Cream. 50c. I Skin food,. 50c. lly ,50c,- ^ ^ !>- you witk ail your- toilet prr.p- > m, STORE I M IMIU SIP! $3.00, $3.50 ail Douglas sou Union Mat >raiing On a cold P A\1 4 >f' Bui ion, Beef Probably the re cat elaborate Christ-, ja? decoration In a private home in be city la to be found Inihe home of] Ir. and Mrs, C. E. :lfnntfprd, on Fifth j treet, in the Fifth ward. A large! oom is almost entirely given over to ! 16 decoration. The floor' Is covered I ith sand on vbicir a stuill mining! own is laid out. a row of company] ourtes occupies one point end a coal] llue cotnplptey agijlpped tvith a Up- [ le and cars staniU near "by. .Inst ov j r the hill rrom me mine is an mi cwriek, an.) not far off Is a duck -.vlmlmng. Ail encampment or sellers is another attractive feature and it antopiobllc.raco course, whore two utos.can be seen speeding along. oc spies anollic-r point. Around all Is n electric railroad which Is run by lectricity. In the ran is a realistic tnnc-1 and a station where tile enr ops. Through the middle of the setement runs a street, which is n! ;>ry hticy one and is crowded with arses and Wogonh of all hinds. Th<-| ace is indeed attractive and hasj might groat, delight to the small son' (he house, Master Norman Mumrd'. Kills Stepfather OY COMMITS DEEO WITH REVOLVER BOUGHT WITH MONEYFOR HIS MOTHER'S CHRISTMAS. CINCLYATf, Dec. 2G.?Wlrh moner i had saved lo giveh is mother as a 1 trislmns gift, Henry Sclhelc, HI years I, bought a revolver, with which he ot and fatally wounded his stepther, Henry BrinUer, 44 years old, sicnittj. According lo the boy. his step-fa thhad threatciiod to kill hla motlior I fie bought the revolver lo protect r. This morning liinik'er attacked 3 wife with a hatchet and the boy illeif the revolver from Ills pocket <1 fired five shots. Three of the bulbs entered the man's chest just lieiv. the heart, and two .entered' his ick bejovv.the cliitr. Tiie boy wjb1 arsted. Santa Claus ILLED' HIS ENGAGEMENT AT Tt-fE "PffESBYVEfilAN CHURCH TCP THE SATISFACTION OF ALC. Tho Ch rifefraas "ran I hid rendered ' on Midair niirlic by tlie pupils of #Ji?? esbj'wridn Sktffeath sijftool wa <iehtful euferfafndi^nt. Tho robear-1 Is for tie '-win tot a wwre under t Bo ! ectioa of Mil's Rd'lth Fiokoit amij ch nwnnber of the cast reflated j ich credit upon their instructor. OMj nta Clans w his r-^iifar Chriatman: unds did not forget to keep the-en-J gemeai ho had raadc weeks ago and) pea red at the right time and tilled j the Christians stockings. i . Judges John W. Mason went to: El- j as tofd&y wliere he wilt atteial the ate liar Associatioi}. i \TnmcAJW nmnowi A few hats yet at You should see"hapes we are sellin; sndjwings 1-2: Price. ~"'Xmas Novelties'I Dolls Reduced 1Furs, Children's < Iueed-1-5.. . for Wool $4.00. ?s Fop Mei 6. <mySS?3SEmJSMJ;-Uiam .WAY'S, Try It flie most Important meeting Hist council has had in & tons time will he the one in which it decides npon 11 whsrf, whether it be at the meeting fo-iilcht. or at a fufuro mp^flncr. Tit" council will be called on to perform a dlfllcurt'iisk In deciding' this matter. Every resident of the city as (veil as each councilman feels (Sat the wlinrf should bo " pla'cri where it will best serve the public; whore a suitable grade can be obtained with easy approaches or crossings. Tho work that council will do l? not ephemeral In its nature, II. Is lasting and many of the possibilities of Fairmont's future are either to be stlintilafeil by its action or are (o be blasted lis tailing to do tho proper thing. Council has the city's iirrpiesl ,tl heart. It wants to do what, is liest. and II will. Besides getting cite best possible location for a wharf, provisions for the Palatine branch of the Baltimore anil Ohio railroad -will not lie lost tight of. for the building or (ills branch will mean much for Fair inont. WELLPLplJ IS W. R. CRANE OVER FINE BUSINESS DONE BY HIS NEW STORE' THIS SEASON. One of the host pleased men In Fairmont with business In general, and tho holiday trade in partlcnlar. is IV.' ft. Crane of Crane's drag store, lbsays ills experience -Is that the people want the best there la going and that Invnrlably Iris highest indeed holiday goods its well as poods sold from his usual stock were- the first to be sold'.' .Mr. Crane is pleased with his business and Fairmont is proud of Si's store. Disappointed WERE MANY PEOPLE OYER FAIL Ore to give cantata at m: p. temple. The' Christmas cantata wljlcli was to litcvo bopil given al the JfefhcblKtr Protestant Temple lust evening could1 not lie given on account of the sudden illness of one of the loading participants; Mr. Leslie Cunningham. Elnih orate arrangements had lieon miSt" fpr'- the entertainment' and much die appofatmeat was felt by the children who rhre to-'take part ire well as those sho had anticipated attending: | Funcraf of Little Ctiird. Futrara! services over the remains of the little son of Mi", and Mrs. Wit iictn CTmndstatT were itehl this afternoon at the rc-Kiih.'Dci' on I-tth street Kev. if. 1). Km!til conducted' the nervines end the remitins were laid to rest in Maple- Grove cemetery. If yau want a. camera get a Promo. We are pgcots. Clyde S. Holt, 325 Main afreet. Buy your books of Larney Lloyd, Globe Itook Store, Watsoo Hotel t'liltdjl ;3U| TO just 1-2. Price. ,the . $1.00 to $2.00 g " for j 25c. J Flowers , , - 1 * ^educedfjustl-3. 1 4. ; " i -? Coats and Caps Rewasmjijss^^isssia^^ 611 l ' 1 We have the Hot Dri Propositi011 Roped, T and 2s ailed ta the Post othceira We elected fa the ensuing terra: ' Noble Grand?M, C. Lough. .Vice Grand?George E. Holdren. Secretary?T. W. Boydston, Treasurer?George A. Vincent. Trustees?0. J. Fleming and" P. J. Holland. Just before the close of the meet _ ? " ~ ? _2_ -? -1 S t ...W .. .. I?? Iiig, fasr ursna jonn j-vuuhm, w i lied the member? present to curat oaf next TirdSdar nfeht forihe'instal latlon exercises and a rki^i wai matte that tie papers extend ah Invf ration to tie members not present t< come. There seems to be an Irapres slon that there will he "something do ins" alter the ofiicers are Installed but 'you' never can tell." Delightful . WAS THE CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT AT THE M. ?. CHURCH, SOUTH. TJie Christmas city entertainment at the "M. K. Church. South', was a moaf dellghllitl one In every pertlmrInr. II bed been announced that a stirprise would be In store (or the chin ilren and math interest had been roused erpone the San,lay school pupils. The surprise was a sveroptlcan exfiiMHoh, giving a series Of pictures Illustrating the changes which the Bible h'lH undergone during the ages. familiar fivnins were throwu an the canvas, which were sun),' by the audience, nr.' Yost the superintendent was asslstSd'by Mr. Johndton. the photorrrnphor. After this part of the entertainment was concluded, the Christmas treat was distributed. Remains'TaKen to utarKsuurg. The remains of William Croy, who wis killed mi Monday by faliisB from n wagon, were taken to Clarksburg (bis morning. where funeral services vill.be held to-day anil the remains laid to rcsr. Mr. and Mrs, Marlon Nuzum returned home Tuesday evening from the eastern cities nfcd will reside for the ciits. at the hbme of Hrs. Nuzum'? parents, Mr. nnd'Mrs. Ah. J. Dick, In' the First1 ward: ' Ojmtih go. Guarantee to You |. As much satisfaction;? you can secure elsewhere In- the several lines they ;?|rry. Our holiday t radii- was' very satisfactory and \re appreciate . the fact 10 that cvtent tliut we fool tliat .tfo should use every endeavor to meet yonr demands fully on ordinary occasions. Stationary Society Good's Confectionery Books, and Magazines ,,-Qffice Supplies ' Ci'gaYsand T obaccc ATTENTION f | The- pleasure- and excitement of Hie Christmas season Is about over. It's now time that we ill I get down to business asatn. J We desire'to call the atton- ; Hon of all oar frii-nds to the j fact that we are still iti the ! Meat Business with n full line ! of our hliji grado meats and meat products. We thank yoa for your very liberal Christmas palronage ami promise you tho same courteous treatment in ' the future you have received In the past'. Mountain City Meat Market W. C. Manley, Mgr. 222 Main St. Phones?Bell, 317: Con. 126 CHAS. E 301 iAAAAAAASA AAAAMi uk Hot Clam Bullion, ied to Bullion, beef Tea Cocoa, Malted.Milk, . ' ' V:' X.M. A.M. *P.M. Main & Jefferson... 6:15 6:45 -9:46. Cam Barn . 5:!B 6:56 9:05 Jayenn 5:50 (1:00 10;0rt Tucker SMlng .... 5:35 G:05 10:05 MonongnH 5:64 (t:i;s 10:13 It?u? p...- t-n in-is J Everson 5:50 6:IS 10:13 Chlefton -5:32 6:20 10:50 ! Worfhlntgoa 5:57 0:24 10:51 ' HmcSfiisoifi*'. . .V1. 6:27 '10:57 1 Blngnmon 6:20 10:20 ' Enterprise 6:32 10:32 1 Viropa 0:34 10:34 ' Riverdale 6:37 10:37 ' Shinnston 6:50 10:36 ' T.ileas Jlill 6:41 10:4), Gypsy 6:45 10:15 . North Boani. A.M. A.M. P.M. Gypsy 6:45 10:45 I.ucas Mill 6:49 10:19 Sliiunston 6:51 10:sT' RivefriBle . 6:53 10:33 Viropa: 6:56 10:56 Enterprise .. 6:58 10:58 Bingumon 7:01 11:01 Hutchinson 7:03 11:03 Worthlngton 6:03 7:06 11:06 :Chlefton 6:08 7:10 11:10 Everson 6:10 7:12 11:12 Traction Parte .... 6:15 7:16 11:15 Monongnfi 6:17 7:17 11:17 Tncker Siaitigr ..... 6:25 7:26 11:23 Jjycnn 6:30 7:30 11:30 Car Barn 6:35 7:35 11:35 Main & Jefferson.. 6:45 7:45 11:45 P. M.?Hourly until. ' 1 Special Council Meeting To night , There will' be a meeting of council : to-night to consider the wharf prop- I osltlon that will he presented by Mr. i Harron behalfof the B. and O: R. R. i Co. There la notbfng deflnito Known 1 It Reflected In Large Number of 5d at the- County i-ious to tbta date m nine. Several licenses have- been grsated since then, m vill sell them: they want last long. I I measure. Guaranteed Tailoring I j Overcoat .......$tlj00 Overcoat $15jqD 'V^|| Overcoat. .$1*00 , vI-MM Overcoat $21X00 Overcoat ..?2lio . f ;; Overcoat $2540 tgjjjM ts where there Is only one and two I >m Shoes that money can buy. . Fanim|fl aina here for ONE WEEK ONLY. B?MHB m on short notice. Called for and I Its bought of us pressed free. iHRBHBSBBBBBtt HMBHBH9B J j I .' " . ; 18 .... J? as to what council will do In the-mat- ' ter. I ? 1 - !1 Staked Ttventy and Coats."- ' i TonyRecort and Jlirtt Sklrtlsh were each- fined twenty dollars and costs for hammering up Depwy Sheriff HI J. t Costollo. Tfic cfsfendants were ( brought Jfcfor* Jhstfue Amoa. 1 1 WE MUST H _ SUIT i AND TRj Pattern in our store and if prices \ Everything made to your iodlvidua No fit, no pay. $15 Made to Order Suit or $18 Made to Order Suit or $20 Made to Order Suit or < $23 Made to Order Suit or I $25 Made to Order Suit or < $30 Made to Order Suit or I , AIL TROI REl We have 100 Suits and Overcoa of a kind left that are reduced fri $5. t( Special reduction on the best Vests at Cost. You will find nothing but barg Come early and get first pick. TAYLOR tt Parks Ave., Pressing. Cleaning, Dyeing dor delivered. Bell phone 90-J. All Su 1^????i?? I. HIGHLANI MAIN SI. r ?