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MM^UtartwaCteMitlili Inrmumuanl
j|*S?*r!pto?.no tmdMaot >IUr tSrctt art ex*
ailuwr?h?tmoUltioZM?ticenU ?n<J It any
?conomlc*l ft ad 1 r
E. A. BILLINGSLEA It CO.
RAILROADS.
I ^^Baltimore&OHIC
^iiikCMBDULB EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER
IPPjapjLlWt FAIRMONT, W. VA. t
: Daily. !Dally except Sunday. xSunday I
BABTBOUND.
Mijor WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHII,- ,
MB ADBLPHIA .* KBW YORK. No. 8,
BBS?/A. H.; No. 14; *1:? P. M.; No. 4. i
"8:40 P. M. (local to Oration.) ,
CUMBERLAND ACCOM., No. 0, 17:0* 1
p; GRAFTON . ACCOM., No. 72, "10.61 A. II. '
H 'l WESTBOUND. J
fI* COLUMBUS A CHICAGO, No. 7.
ffi; .".OHM A. M,; No. 71. "1.80 P. M.
f For WHEELING. No. 7. *2:24 A. M.; No.
BH.-. 17, TWA. M. (local): No. 71. "1:30
gfc P. M. Omul): No. 65, 1:15 P. If.; No.
a ri, Cumberland Aeoem., 10:25 P. If. |
' MONONGAH DIVISION.
Wot CLARKSBURG A WESTON. Leave
No. 2. 17:05 A. M.; No. (?. xB:00 A. M.:
' No- ?, 11:88 P. If.; No. I, 19:46 P. If.
Altlve, No. 3. 17:88 A. M.; No. 1. 112:00 ,
|jgo^.fi<L;??,.j,g:30 P. Jt: No. 6. 14:30 1
'FAIRMONT, MORGANTOWN * PITTS- 1
HBpj BURG BRANCH.
Kr^-FSr; CONNELLSV1LLB and PITTSBURG. '
E?Ms'--! Leave. No. 1. *5:00 A. M.: No. 3. 17:4.' ,
51, *2:15 A.M. Arrive, No
p.vM,' fl:lO P. M.; No. 2, !7:20 P. If.; No I
4; 19:40 P. M.; No. 44, x):40. (
1-v- Wor MOROANTOWN. Leave. No. ?l ,
Wjjl$&?vA?i?:v*'!,:M * Ui
: ' PAW PAW BRANCH.
Monday. Wednes. lay and Saturday. I.
MfflffiWDilftttWtNOfc 201. 7:00 A. M.; No. 201. |(
Eg ' ?:to P. M. ,
tt^rive^yp. 200, 8;55 A. M.; No. 202,
II Its Money i
|l you want'
Kg,-'. We buy and sell all kinds second '
s'S. band houiehold goods, Clothing, etc. '
; : New Gas Ranges and heaters exchang. I
| ad for coal stoves, the only place you ,
san do this in town. Jewelry bought ,
ri end/bold. The best place to sell; J
the cheapest place to buy?No other .
Hw . It 8end for our agent or call on
phone. <
Be Second Hand Store
1 Hnfl Auction House
j -. F. W. GARRETT, Prop. ,
i .M Jackson Street.
Cons. Phone, 355.
R I IV [ II rHrfll DENTIST
I III LI 111 LUUJ| ? |
l administered. Lady attendant.
Porcelain work a specially.
let Co. Building, Fourth Floor, J
Rooma 16, 161, 11. 1
ce hour*: Phonea:
8 to 12 a. m. Con. 214.
L to 6 p. m. Bell 361 L !
M. EARLE MORGAN
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
alliBlock, opposite Marietta
HILL#*BRo!
PAINLESS DE
All Work Ouaranteei
/ A *>)) 8et of Teeth W.OO up
5 Ctold Crowni, 22k $6.00
B , ;~JP Exh-MtingZao, without pain.60c
0 Over Poatoffl
IE RAYLAN OF CHICAGO, RU88IAN
CONSULATE, SAID TO HAVE
8TOLEN LARGE SUMS.
CHICAGO, Dec. 26. ? Treason,
reachery and Kraft were the mildest,
erms applied by Peter Vietorowltz to
be legal bureau conducted by the
ate Nlcolal <1e Raylan In connection
rlth theJtesslan consulate In Chicago.
Vietorowltz, a former employe of
)e Ttaylan, aaya the latter paid him
hush money" up almost to the day of
ler death. De Raylan. who Is the wonan
who Vecently died In Arizona aftr
posing for years as a man. holding a
lerkship In the Russian consulate and
narryins iwu i^niiwftu v, umv.., >?
lare.l by VIctorowllz to huve been
hp moving spirit In the aliened graftn?
even after hdr dismissal from the
lonsnlnr service on a charge of the
heft of an Importnnt State paper.
Money was taken In large sums by
le Raylan. Vlctorowltz said In a foriter
statement to Assistant States
attorney Zolltkoff to-day for transmlsilon
to Russia and then never accouii'..'d
for. He does not pretend to say
tow much these sums will aggregate,
nit. remarks that litey were sttlllclenl
0 make Dp Raylan rich.
"The tistial excuse was." says Vicorowitz's
statement, "that Russian
evolutionary conditions hail made
he transmission of the money Imposside.
and that It was Impossible to Ret
1 back. As a mater of fact half this
noney or more never left Chicago."
"We have known for some lime."
ays Prosecutor Zolitkoff. "that some
inch crookedness existed, but. could
tot llnd where It was. We shall trace
his graft farther back."
First Woman
tt 1
unaer ruver
JRIDE OF AN ENGINEER MAKES
TRIP THROUGH EAST RIVER
TUNNEL.
NEW YORK, Dec. 26.?Wealing her
tusband'a rubber boots, an old rainylay
skirt, a sweater and a man's hat,
Urs. Ogden Merrill is the first worst!
to travel from New York to
Irooklyn under the East River. Sbe
naile the trip with her husband
hrough the subway tunnel, the ends
if which were joined last Friday, from
he Battery. .Mr. Merrill Is an englleer
employed on this work. Mrs.
derrlll is a bride, petite, young and
afraid pap would not like It" it she
Inscribed for print her underground
xperlences.
"Mrs. Merrill bad already been down
n the shah of the New .Jersey end of
he Pennsylvania tube when I was
ngaged on thai work," said Mr. Merrill.
"and hunkered for more. She
aid never been through the alr-loek
lefore, however."
Presented With Diamond.
CUMBERLAND, lid.. Dee. 21!.?Ora
it IIrilihs. who iins been prumoled
join the siiperintcndency or the Contellsville
division- of the Baltimore &
3hio roil road lo the Baltimore diviilon,
was Saturday night formally present
oil with a fine diamond ring by
he men who served tinder him on tho
.'onnellsville division. Master Mechanic
P. Fhirirgnn made the protent
hi don speech.
If "taken at tho Sneeze Stage" Prevent
ios?a toothsome candy Tablet?
will surely and quickly check an ap
preaching cold or Lagrippe. When
you first catch cold?or feel It coming
an?take Dr. Slioop's Preventics, and
the prompt effect will certainly surprise
an 1 please you. Preventics, surely
supply the proverbial "ounce of
prevention." Sold In 5 cent and 25
crnt boxes by E. A. BUlingslea & Co.
Jones UndertakiagCo.
R. C. JONES, Funer*l Director,
Arterial Embalmer.
R?ll Phone 305-2.
P. i M., 295-2.
M. B. PAIST
Health and Accident Insurance
HALL BLOCK,
Office Koom No. 7
) ?
Dentists.*
See Our f
1 Price# for
"tR"iIT F,r8t?'aM *
>v a ? m
NTAL WORK. t
d. Lady Attendant.]
'Bridge Work f
Tine Gold Filling* 11.00 np I
While Killings SO*
c?, Fairmont, ^ g
Why not begin the new year in that home you have been thinking
about buying ao long? You could do It juat ai eaiy at not if you
would only decide It that way, and you could
SPEND THE NEW YEAR IN A HOME OF YOUR OWN.
I ahould be glad to talk with all partiea who have been conalderlng
thla home buying proportion?maybe I can llmplyfy it for
you?ehow you a better, and cheaper property eold on eaaler terms
than you have thought you could pay. My facilities for getting hold
of the beat and cheapest properties are very great
MY REAL E8TATE DEPARTMENT
It broad and thorough at yeara of experience and the aialitance of
experienced men can make it. It It not a one man affair.. Every
man employed It potted on real eitate. They know Fairmont real
ettate and are alwayt on the lookout for good propertlei which can
be turnedover to my clients at low prlcea.
Come and tee what I have to offer and turn that
OLD YEAR IDEAL INTO A NEW YEAR REALTY.
Home Buyers and Invettori should BUY FAIRMONT REAL ESTATE
NOW.
LEVI B, HARR,
Entire Third Floor, Trust Co. tfldg.
Fairmont, W. Va.
COUGH, COW, COUGI
Why do you cougnr
There is no Cough but what will yield to tome of the many remedle
We carry in stock?
Ackers' English Remedy.
Kemp's Raisam
Bosehees' German Syrup.
Foley's Honey and Tar.
Dr. Shooa's Cough Cure. I ' ' j ;
Dr. James' Cherry Tar Syrup. r
,^1 Dr. McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balsam, j
Dr. Bull's Cough 8yrup. i'!
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. '1 .j 4'jji
"TMrnis,^ Dr. Bell's Pine Tar and Honey. 11
Dr. Hail's Balsam ,'-|j .
Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey. !f ?ji}2l.ii'#j!j<,,
. fit#', Dr- Cooper's Cough Remedy.
* ' Dr. Seth Arnold's Cough Killer. |1(
fDr. DeWitfs One Minute Cough Cure. f,r
Dr. Kilmer's Cough Cure.
'&Bi Dr. Hand's Cough Cure. , j i; I
Dr. D. Jaynes' Expectorant. J
'. * Hamlin's Cough Balsam. j ' "f
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ,. , " ?ji)tf
Slocum's Colt's Foot Expectorant.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure. {."Jf '""VTJIj;
T Piso's Corsumptlo.i Cure. ..
"TT" King's New Disco/ery. ( .Ji.,
- " Codeine Cough Sedative.
Creo-Terpin Compound.
triivif Tarnm MuHr.t. rnM?/s..nr4
f" ' V?mc Wviiii/WWIIW
Red Srru-e and Codeine Expectorant.
Hoult'a Cure for LiuCrlppe Cough. (Our make only.)
Brady's Cough Cure. (0ur make only.)
White Pine With Tar, (Our make only.)
We are of the opinion that some one of the above will meet your cai
but should they not, we have others, whi0h we will be pleased to talk wi
ycu about.
E. A. BILLINGSLEA & CO.
GREAT NEGRO , /~R,
Prom tlie Providence Journal.
0 Throdor, I never sor
BOOKER WASHINGTON VISITS HIS So "U(I a S|K*,lnK r?o1'
For now mi Par as well as Mar
SISTER AT WALDEN AND M?st ll0th g0 |m1; tu skopl.
SPEAKS AT STATE Willie I can spel just as I pleos
CAPITAL. And spel it rite with perfect eo
0 Theorlor. i never sor
CHAItl.FSTON', Dec. 2fi.?Booker T. A man s0 one-dnis wise;
Wnshingtmi, Hie most widely known r,ni' P'al,e'.v aecz In speling lire;
negro exponent of manual education Lack child wll win a prize,
for the negro in the United States, Ani' eduhasliiin wl) he pla:
was here Monday. N'? OMe *? w""1 ? llola'111After
arriving on C. and O. train
No. 3. he went to Maiden, his former 0 Theorlor, I neverr sor
home, to visit his sister, Amanda A man s" fl" cf E'e>
fohnson. and returned to this city, Ani1 wen y"J've nothlnK cIa ,0 1,1
where he was the guest of Stale Li- cl,a"s ,l,e r?o1 of thre'
brarlan Sam. Starks, and addressed Aa" >ou w", s'v ,he pa't'a,t'st Jo;
.he elvlc league, a loeal negro organl- T" ovry K"rl """ "Vl'-Y
ZHI1UII. -
Washington is nqillct, welled-* McCRAY LIVERY CO. ,
ilea ted, conservative negro. the expo- H#ve RubbeI. Tired, Carbon Hca
nenl of principles which are consM- ed Cabs Always Ready for
eretl the Itest ever proposed for the Day or Night Work
betterment of his race, those which Ra(es you w|,-, 8,
emltody work. j
Washington's lilens are endors- ^
ed by the leading sltilosmon without * ,
political reasons as being on apparent
solution of a perplexing problem. ?
wldch Is becoming a nattoaul para- i [| jj-" r~rr
mount Issue. "dSjjl 4 I : j
Washington earnestly urges tho j IiC~:?;^V
negro to quit looting and educate liltn- .Ssjp-^ 7<
self to work. Me will go from this 5^P^'-5St';-a.-4V ' id
city to llidtiinore. ^
* ' j1.*?.: --v. 'i .' a. _ ",ij
Tito marriage has ltccn announced j
of Mix* llelene Lackaye, the sinter of :'Sj3C-t ;-'l< " /j' t.
Wilton hnekaye, and the loading wo- 3^i$aL "*y, mjff
wan In "The Heir to llie Hoorah"
company, to Herbert K. Ridings, of
Syracuse, (he manager of the company.
The wedding took place at \. ' Jf'--**7
Onklnnd. fnl.. where Iho company has ~ --?
josl completed an engagement. Miss I e n PtnMHflM
Lncimye wpa formerly a member of ' DUnnilin,
the slock company In this city. * PIlllIlDlllQ Slid
FAIRMONT ICE AND FUEL CO., J OflS FlttlOQ.
? ? ,7s 5 217 Walnut Avenue,
M. M. Foster, Manager. '
* Consolidated Phone 594
Office?304 Main Street Phonee?F, ? Bell Phone 421-R
. and It. 898; BeU 888-1. FrFFFrFFFFFFFrri
GERMAN READERS.
. '
From the Muenchner Neuhste-Nachrlchten.
Among the most striking and novel
features of American life Is the
IKieltlon of woman: This Is briefly
but comprehensively described Ih the
phrase, whoily un-Buropean; The European
woman is, first of all, a Wife
and mother. In Germany the home
Is the foundation of the family, and
so, in an extended sense, of the great
nation family of the State. The man
considers It his "most precious privft-.
eye to be protector and'provider to
-i?- ? Iviu?? - ?iuk:
nis wue uuu cuuureu; uic mure uuuit
fnlly he performs this function, the
more solicitously the woman keeps
his home and brightens It'with ^the
most precious characteristics of *her
sex.
To Yankeeland this restricted conception
of the family and State Is
strange. The American man Is the
money maker of the household, and
nothing more. But today the struggle
(or the dollar Is not half so fiercely
strenuous as the battle for the
franc, the mark, the shilling. In DotInrlca
men become rich, or, at least,
well to do, in a rush. The natural
result Is that In the family^ partnerahtp,
lu the well-to-do classes, the woman's
responsibilities as wife and
mother are not great. She does not
^ have to toll ceaselessly, sweeping and
_ cooking, because she can hire others
I to to It. She need not turn every
penny over a hundred times before
?-1l It # (a llhnsnllir oun.
I SjreilllUlIji ii( XVI -me id iiuvinn; Buy
J i lied with spending money'. Of
course, this Is not the case in all middle
class families, but It Is In most.
The woman Is an expensive ornament
'* In the home, rather than an Important
cog in Its machinery.
Out of these circumstances the position
of the American woman, at home
and In public, has developed so that
Is a queen whom the man serves with
devoted zeal, and whose gracious
smile he values as the best reward
of his efforts. Lamprecht rightly
speaks of an almost mediaeval reverence
for women In America. .*
Mamma's wish is law. Mamma is tifed
of arguing with the imported help.
Papa must give up his home and take
his family to a hotel. Mamma takes
her daughters to the country for the
summer.. Pnpa can come out for the
weekend; and he's suited, for he, the
dollar maker, doesn't know what to
do with himself away from town.
Some fine day mamma packs up and
takes the girls off for a year In Irnndon
or Paris?It's up to papa to send
'he checks. "Ladies first" Is an almost
sacred motto In the United
* Stales?more than anywhere else. Another
Is: "Never contradict a lady."
and howevar false a statement made
by a lady In conversation may be, no
lean will contradict her. It would be
"bad manners." He would be no "la
dies' milii."
The press, In America the servant
Bi of public opinion and the ruler of the
th people, takes its keynote from the universal
chorus in praise of woman. The
great trinity that governs the newspapers
is the dollnr, politics, and wo?
man. To "the great American woman"
leading articles are constantly
devoted. She is continually exalted
us the most beautiful, wise, and
charming woman in the world. Woe
to him who does not add tils voice to
i his chorus of praise! * * * * In the
schools of America, too, woman piavs
a part In which she Is not seen in Ktis,
ropfll The education of boys is aimost
entirely the work of women, who train
il-ein to the national respect for women.
The position of the sex apejvnrs
: still more plainly in the much-talkedof
coeducation. * * * The result Is
that the American man .Is nervous almost
in the point of hysteria, like a
woman, always going to extremes;
land liin conduct, ami ma uitneo ?ic
feminized. He seldom lias the fine,
i strong masculinity of the German
man.
__ More Work
^ TAX COMMISSIONER DILLON WILL
( j SOON SEND OUT BLANKS TO
CORPORATIONS.
t. j CHARLESTON, Dec. St.?The rati
j loads, telegraph companies, express
ami telephone companies, will liavs
?. Ilielr lax trouble to look'nfier agair
?? 'be lax eommlssloner has lie
? | gun to mnllthe blanks upon uTitci
| ]' tit different companies must maks
L ilieir annual reports to Uic board o:
public works, and this means work foi
j, lb' companies and the board of pufilli
\ ' works.
K, The fifteenth of January the reports
'V arc expected to begin coming in am
fc about (he first of Ap/ll the board wil
i be ready to assess the property.
' I I To have beautiful, perfect, pink, vel
I I vei.itbir'llns. nnnlv at bedtime a lighl
i: coating of Dr. Shoop's Green Salve
V- Then, next morning, notice carefullj
_J the efTect. Dry, cracked, or colorless
. Hps mean feverlslinOe, and are as wel
^ 111 appearing. Dr. Shoop's Green Salv<
k is sort, creamy, healing ointment, thai
It will quickly correct any skin blem
it Ish or allinor.t. Get a free trial boa
V at our store ana he convinced, large
k Glass Jars, 25 cts. Sold by E. A. BU
k
k Blanche Walsh has selected St. Lou
^ JJ Is as the place In whlch^ is tojtr:
r WBB ' ' iv" | 3 B
/ /
I * ^
!
p. ^ ' |^ h $100 $200
;i" _ * ^ ^ ^# /-} ?' ' ' ,f /:
and wmgs 1-Z hTice. , *M?SM
Xmas Novelties Reduced j,ust |-?^
Dolls Reduced 1-4. - ;
| " Furs, Children's Coats and Caps ReBeautiful
Goods I
Hiflr' - P.c?
j^Bg " That *||
^ You.
The Jeweiler-Optlclans
321 Water Street ;-f*
isTEMPLE'sl
| Reduction on All ::mm
| Ladies Winter CoatJi
we nuvu jusi guuc 41HH
I? through our entire JBM
stock of ladies coats ? !
and made a general . f ;i
sweeping reduction
on every one in'the
house making a SAY- 'H
ING TO YOU of V..>||M
1 $2 to $5 J
r 3^'
J This includes all of this season's latest styles a'ud w
a inma rvt t.ii? cnatfl have 1iret teen received fresh frora i

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