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I' asa nny ?pec? or "grif'j
Into the lining under die
utTtdcuret the 'ribs and It
re, roafclnB the Bilk tender,1
H It. Neither ehould jrou
umbrella opes to dir. no
Ores' the silk and mnkeo' It
K *111 soon split. 6hake It
ttose It end stand it up,
rs, where the water will run
r ast an umbrella or parasol
Oj folded, it will split out 1
on again. Leave the folds
I loosely.
mt Potatoes Burning.
IiUbea toDios potatoes or vegetables
ad Oer torn or scorch, remove inotsHas
*Bd, set the bottom of kettle
tea tests of cold water. Then remove
content* to a clean kettle and flush
||tonK& Ton will never know they
!Vi Electricity..... _
^^ eae^vome n have difficulty in
cunAIcg the hair In winter, so full Is
II of etoetrlctty. This can sometimes
to overcome by using a bone or eell^dWIieomb.
'
^pnw'.llw hair Is heavy these combs
ft! jlan sMmeLtarovl i frw fhri+Ha nyiil mhhnp ,
%: ?a iMBteiiwl. -with no thought that It
|^^^MDii^[niore' electricity. It a hone
soaked In cold water for ceorKfeeeal
fcoara before using the' first time
break.
Effifefe ;-nHie Threid-Bltlng Habit.
lie thread-bfttag hohlt Is something
f?, of a wolf story to the average woman.
P She hears It Is had for the teeth, and
? , may wear grooves la the edges, hut
WBj^BfMiig'iever happens/ so she keeps on
Wpajqi whenever eclsaora are not
;i'.: amundl.
??; .., . ?h* long ago a young woman gave
a lard pressure to bite off a specially
I Jlivvt VI vuillivmvij HVOD IU1M
cratlrrtf the enamel of her front tooth
from top to botttom. '
Besides being hard on the teeth, the
thread-hltlng habit Is harder on line
work. and often pulls and roughens It
: , tqroad redemption,
Sirred Hats.
^^IWomc-fB showing .shirred hats of
tbek velvet .medium sized and worn
well down over the head, trimmed with
two tag plumes. The turbans now
re tiny and trimmed with one gold
or ailver ornament.' At this famous
bop IS also a blnobenver with one
- wmall bfnobfrd on the Bide. At Suzanne !
TalRdl'h tile same shirred hats are '
k aim; ani^' French hair (which most '
Ithcly Is MontlfeaP with the American '
'article) Is'arranged to harmonize with
' tie shape of every hat. For the tur- *
^^ jgworh' actually over the eyes, the t
^dr^^arteddn the'midleend arnmg- 1
e* low at me dock.
f Standard Oil
p;:;ownsc&?.
: OCU) ANNOUNCEMENT CREATES
^CONSTERNATION?COAL RATE
,WAR 18 LIKELY.
B^gWTlBBtoO,. Pa., February tl. ?
KgU?*n? Standard Oil Company owns the
||| antralftig Interest Si this road and
' w? win make and maintain any rates
we may see fit, either to tie lakes or
TUs Is the bombshell which has
keen hurled Into the camp of other
CT.tatlurs. 1110 tniesa|v
ginbe'atid Ohio, when the roads tried
| Cj aako the Chesapeake and Ohio
liy e&nrgo a living rate tor hauling coal
to the taken. It Is the first official
1 - mnracement that the quiet buying
jj|y ?f CHesspealre and Ohio Btock by EdS^'vlh
Hawley and others has been for
Che Standard Oil Company.
&; Wis hold announcement that the
Standard has entered the competing
Beits for the shipment ot coal to the
K btra han caused some little consternnI].
tkm tunong other lines. For some
H 1. (too the Chesapeake and Ohio has
B&tisee gflraga rate three-tenths of a mill
' jerton iper mile less than the actual
HKit or hauling, and this .was what)
jgK%n other roads which met here some
Bfiwelnce'Wanted stopped and their
fr* latter pointed demands on the Chesauq;.'
voata) and Ohio people brought forth
; tte admission that being owned by the
yd.; Standard the road would do an It
^ggy' jfcawil In the matter of rates.
Level
Canal Cheaper
BsfjlOTTWO LATE YET AND WOULD
fl? ECONOMY TO BUILD IT
BBiiaSHfflGTON Feb. U.-That It
^j^icartltliia United Statea: 1400,000,000
to build the lock type of canal at Fan
atnalirae the declamtal<^,oa^?tfo(fii
senate !&y Senator J^fkUatinfia
Soiith Dakota.' .He effl^'tiecaffleMfi
volved In a discussion of the type o
canal. Senator Klttredge, chathnai
of I the committee on lnteroceanlc ca
nal, precipitated it by bringing In a:
adverse report on the Hopldna bill nu
tboriilng the eecretary of the treasury
to Issue bonds to thee stent of (504,
000,000 for tic construction or toe en
Bat.
Senators Forakcr and Teller both
Joined Mr. Klttredge In declaring tint
belief that a sea level canal should
be constructed and Mr. Klttredge eald
It was not too latoe to abandon tb<
lock project.
Difference of Mllllona.
Senator Klttredge said that while
tbe engineers of tbe canal zone bad
originally placed tbe cost of a lock ca
nal at 1139,000,000, they had now to
creased their estimates to 3100,000,000
whereas It had been eetlmnted that c
sea level canal could have been bulh
rar jz?y,uuu,uuv.
"Hftve we progressed so for to tie
construction of tie lock canal that we
cannot now turn to tie nea level ca
naif" asked Hr. Bo raker.
"By no means," answered Mr. Kit
tredge.
He Insisted tiat tie Bea level type
should have been adopted at tie he
ginning.'
"I want to say. In this connection,'
said Mr. Poraker, "that 1 was tofluenc.
oil to ohnhco mv sunoort from tie
Nicaragua canal to the Panama canal
because I supposed that wo could build
a sea level canal at Panama and thai
we could not build one at Nicaragua
Everything that has occurred In con
noctton with that canal Blace then hat
caused me to regret my action."
At It In the Houee, Too.
The house also took a whirl at the
canal yesterday and for nearly sli
hours discussed the hill materially
changing the methods of administer'
Ing the canal zono and constructing
the canal. Amendmcnta almost with
out number were aimed at the moas
ure, but with one or two exceptions
they failed of adoption. Consideration
of the bill wn3 completed, but because
of a threatened roll call by the oppo
nenls Representative Mann, having II
In charge, did not ask for a vote.
The discussion brought out tihnt
President-elect Taft had been consulted
regarding the provisions giving to
the President absolute authority In the
matter o{ the construction of the canal
?*?.l nsaulillnfr #AI? tJlft flfhrtllflhlnC Of thf
present canal commlBston.
HOW UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
CAME TO BE WRITTEN.
Dr. Chnrles Edward Stowe, Harriet
Beechcr Stowe'B aon, describes In the
February Circle magazine the Influences
which led his mother to the
writing of the book wklcn moved the
world.
Mrs. Stowe's family hot) removed to
Sinelnnnll when she was about twenty
years of age, and there she had
tad unusual opportunities for observing
the practical workings ol slavery
is an Institution.
At thin time her brother, Charles
Seeker. was in business In the city
>f Nfw Orleans in large commission
3onse which had frequent dealings
with the slave plantations. Ho also
<ept a Journal of his observations and
sjtporlences. His letters were full of
incidents bearing mom or less remote7
on tho practical influence of slavtry.
Thcro -was an actual Hegree, whom
Mrs. Stowe'a brother Charles met on
die boat returning to his Red River
jlantation with a miserable gang of
ilnves that ho had purchased in New
Afraid of Ghost
Many people are afraid of gboats.
are afraid of germs. Yet the gbort i
the jera i? a foot. Ji the germ oouk
to a size equal to ks terrors it would
terrible than nay fire-breathing dru
can't be avoided. They oro in the a!
the water we drink.
The |erm can only prosper when
of the system gives it frt0v|sope t?
ell and develop. When there is a
flUl force, languor, restlessness, a i
hollow eye,, when,.tbe appetite,, ia
sleep'is broken, it is tirae to guard
fortify tbe body against all germs by
? .1 nj.onu.rv If innrMiiii
yyitem of clogging impurities, enrici
cob and organs of digestion end nutri
bat the germ Bads no weak or taif
"Golden Medical Discovery" cos
habit-forming drugs. All its ingred
wrapper. It is not a secret nostn
composition and with a record of i
cabstitute?there is nothing "just as
Stowo had with trembling fugitive*,
trio, on their way to Canada and free
(loan, found in her hodse'iood, a belter,
> J&ri word* ^ 'pectm^ 'aidh J
t 'vAt fart the herself waa stricken
. down with a painful and dangerous 111t
neaa. But aha 'could Still'truat and
1 pray. And pray she did t o fervently
asd with audi faith that her soul was
i born Into a new and glorious eiperl.
tiice of God's greatness and love. In
' 1810 she Joined her husband In Maine.
After her resolve ana formed,
- months elapsed before she was able
to carry out her Intention of writing
i something to make the world reallte
i the horrors of slavery. The writer to
! obliged to coafose that he woe blmi
self the principal hindrance Juet at
i that time. In December, ISO. Mrs.
Stowe wrote to Mtb. Edward Botcher:
"Aa Jong as the baby sleeps with ino
nights I can't do much o-t anything,
i but I will do It I will write that thing
; if I live!"
NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS.
; A Preparation Dlicovared That Will
Deatroy the Dandruff Germ.
v.*.. anmn 1* ,bn*? "H/mri Vnntcn
i that dandruff la caused by a germ, that
. dlzs up the Kulp into little white
flakes. ?nd by sapping the vitality of
. tho hair at the root causes tailing
hair, and, o! course, Anally, baldness,
i For years there have been all klndB
. of hair stimulants and smlp tonics
on the market, but there has been 110
1 permanent cure tor dandruff until the
. discovery ot a preparation called
1 Newhro's Herplrlde, which destroys
[ the dandruff germ. Destroy the cause,
tne effect will craso lo exist. Kill
, the dandruff germ and you'll have no
, dandruff, no Hchlng scalp, no falling
. hnld. Sold by leading druggists. Send
1 10r In stamps for sample to Tho Herplclde
C'o? Detroit Mich. Two sizes,
6be and $1.00. Crano'a Drug Store,
3pedal Agent
You ore safe In answering ads. The
day of tne decoy ad. lo past Advcr
' Users nowadays must say what they
moon?or quit saying anything at all.
' Oboroiuta*
, I don't like jrour cook book?It doesn't
?$Hwnw??nd OoM MMnl Wlnir iMoftEW
Why Syrup
OahaIii !A CMA
ro|ioin 19 rise
For more years probably than the
age of the person reading this, Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, of Monticello, III.,
has practiced medicine, and the one
thing that forced itself on his mind
was the urgent need of the human
body for something that would scientifically
regulate the digestive organs?the
stomach, liver and bowels.
These years of study' developed Dr.'
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, now recognised
as the national safeguard of health In
, thousands of good American homes. For
twenty years It has been gaining friends,
tor it is today, as it nlways has been, the
best laxative , tonic for women, children
and old folks, for these especially noed a
gentlo, safe laxative tonic that la sure In
results and does not gripe.
It Is becauap the doctor has watched Its
good work for all these years and believes
in the merit of hta remedy that he offers
to send a free trial bottle at his own exEense
to anyone who writes him. You
ave simply to send your name nnd address,
On the strength of what these
free trial bottles have done?and thou
annua nave wen given away?nr. caidwell'a
Syrup Pepsin la today more widely
used than any other American remedy for
constipation, liver trouble, flatulency,
biliousness, indigestion, aour stomach,
dyapepaia. heartburn and similar disorders
of the stomach, liver and bowels.
It can be obtained of any druggist at
50 cents and )1 a bottle, and a bottle will
do you a hundred times the amount of
good It coats you,
People like Mrs. H. L. Graves, 832 Oakwood
ave? Toledo. 0.. G. B. Houaeton,
Bosslmer, Ala., William Redd, Goodman,
Alias., once seat for a free teat bottle and
now have their entire family using It as
needed. . ,. , : -? - ,
.! 1/ W there is anything about
your aliment that you don't
\L-f-mL B understand, or if you want
fju^i&/any medical advice, write,
I Aft "7 to the Aoctor> he will
BhB' answer .you fully. There hi
( n\ no charge for this eervlce. |
r yjN The address is Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, m Caldwell bldff.,
P Mootlcello, III. ,
Few people [ .*- ' /\ -f
ie ieecr end t'/i.1. 'A ,f]N\ .
I be mtftM EJ ;
appear more V* >w -rT _Wx
ifloa. . , Germs \ '-^y^BBBBrJl^k
ir wefbreathc,
the oondittoo /
establish it- 7" ^ (
deficiency of Y
ullow check,
poor and the I | I
ifaiut Ctve germ. Yon can fl P I
the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold- J\ 11.
tbe vital power, cleanses the B. \
ici the blood, puts the itora- PTl L-r-^f
ition in workin/t conditio*, so U. j \ | fi
u?a ipoc in wmcn 10 nreeu, \\ \ 1 ?
.taint no alcohol, whtaky or l\ III
ienfs. printed on its outride u HI
im but a medicine op known ) * .\\f
tt) years of cum. Accept no dJ
flood." Aik your neighbor*. \M
WE CEMENT OUR ARGUMENT
for purchasing hero by the testimony j
of those who hnve experienced the
fine qualities of our building materials. J
Wo refer to every one who has purchased
hero. We are confident you'll:
not find a single dissatisfied one'
among tho lot. Doesn't that 'suggest
that this would ho a good placo to I
buy your materials at?
KELLEY-FINLEY LUMBER CO.
siiSeif ?eUa?t / Suitor!
Kadi's IneMglbllitjr ofapolhtiaeiit to
the Ikft cabinet In well founded, his
coleagiiee' "in; the senate took prompt
M.UUU WU UiV UttlWti
After several conferences It was decided
that the provision should be Inserted
In the legislative appropriation
bill' or in some other measure dicing
the salary of the secretary of state at i
$8,000. which Is the same as It was
before the salaries of all cabinet officers
were Increased two years ago.
This proposition meets with the approral
of practically al the members
of the'senatc regardlees of political affiliations.
Senator Knoi dlmself would not dls-!
mmn dJlA Is. ... t, ^ J .
vuod mu uunt-itrr iu uu; v aj, uv uvcitu * .
Ing it so Intimately affects him nail he'
van bo -wedded to the belief that it
ma not wine for a lawyer bo argue
hln own caae, that he referred all In1
qulrlee to the lawyers of the senate
and house.
Perhaps It has taken a long and
force Into being some of today's "hnr
gala offer*,"
I ??? ????
fan
ITTf
n i i l
NEW YORK, JAN. 30.?J<
REARED IN THE WORLD'8 W
. AND ILLUSTRATES HI8 ARGI
HE KEPT A LEDGEf
Of bis tnther, Mr. Rockefeller
i "I owe him n great debt for t
In whlob he trained me. From eat
a little book which I called led?
The outhor says he enmo of a
FREE ir
i '
UNION BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fteoee send me free your On
YES OR NO.
Am yeu correct In Ftgureef
Are you on .accomplished Pt
Con yeu frame a good Boelni
Con you moke out en Invoice
Con yeu moke out Checke en
Cen yeu moke out on Invoice
Con you draw up a promleeo'
Are you an expert Bookkeepe
wv /wu unucruwjria ltouuic ct
N'ftraa
Address
Union
I N<
GEO. M, JACOBS, Pi
L. C, MINOR, Vice I
E. T.
i """
uiouuo iu CTUILU uwnj WHO ? L.IU?U
he counts a blessing. His flrst t
Blsted In selling turkeys which bis
tor "minding th?m."
YOU MAY NOT WANT Tl
WILL TEACH YOU TO KEEP t
SOMEBODY ELSE OR WANT '
QUIRE A GOOD COMMERCIAL I
ARE YOU PREPAR
2
YOUNG MAN I Are you contci
ent position? Is it secure ngnlns
plans and studies after office hou
good firm hold oh a big, lite-long 1
tlfled against the 'age limit?"
Bit down and think these ques
Ir. Don't try to fool yourself,
sctoeeeees will find you out and
"age limit."
Ho* much eon you save out c
a week? Are you ever "broker'
t* Hi* ATM* Nil npvt Ttfl/V eWlV? kr
low tab to go on without teeoml
peotal liner so you can command
Isfoetory salnsyf '
At M plan for to or you wfl
tko 'rainy t?yi" of life without a c
tko Mkt at your youth?'become I
?fs WW not affect your earning
"www
' ' AND 1
INAU6UI
SPECIAL LC
TICKETS ON SALE MARC
Good.Returning Un
Consult B. d O. Ticket Agen
I
I?Kyanize Interior Fi
Is a very pale, easy-working, wat
finish. It will not turn white or b
It is suitable for the best inter!
either full gloss, eggshell or rubbe
It's made to finish the Interior
houses and to hold up the reput
the makers.
I Guaranteed to wear and not era
SKEFELLER
JHN D. ROCKEFELLER, IN HIS LATI
ORK TO DAY. DECLARES THAT IT I
JMENT WITH HI8 OWN EAHLY EXP
I %" ATTENDS CLEVE
Ml
says:
. High school and
he practical nays oollego In Clevelam
scholastic perfortnan
ly boyhood I hept walked the streets a
want a boy," His I
CT Arm of Hewitt and 1
ask vhnt wages he
family of modest months he was paid
, ? .. . year was J25 a monl
family lite, nfalch H<) wa()ted }S00 and
luslnoasrdeal con-' to* "j
With M. B. Clark
mother gave him Investment ibelng 91
his father. The bust
carload produce.
0 KEEP A.LEDGER "A," BUT THE I
tNY KINO OF A LEDGER OR SET OF E
TO GO INTO BU81NE3S FOR YOURSEI
EDUCATION. ,
ED FOR THIS SHORT
O to 601
at with your pros- salary will be mote
t the' follow who at 60 as at 40.
rs? Have you a The training yoi
ob? Are you for* Courses will so lucre
you will be proof agal
Hons overseriou^ W 60 will be !
Your toner cofcr U B T " P?
teil against the ^ tor our c<
pon. There Is no oh
The Tuition Is ao
if $15.00 or $20,00 to, neglect the oppo
Do you borrow Education.
0 yqu' going to altog
-trained along
a large and nat- Night aohee'i, $5.(
Day achool. $10.0
1 find yourself to Penmanship, $2.!
rent laid By. Make Penmanship, $3.00
in expert so that Bcholarehlp?Goo
capacity, so your $(0.00.)
IIFORMATION CO!
Fill In and Mall Today.
!, FAIRMONT.
taiogue. t am m-terctptea in yoin soarsc
Can you keep a Ci
Do you underetani
inmon? Banki?
soo Letter? Oo you understand
' or Statement? Con you maka out
d Drafts? Do you understand
Can you mako up
ry Note? Can you calculate
r? Do you know Comi
itry? Can you operate a
JORPORATED, CAPITAL STOCK, *5,00(
esldent J. M. BRO'
'resident and Managwr. L. M. DA\
KELLY, Field Agent and Assistant Mnn;
ifro" ?
mi- - - :<>.< 'Oil -s
IATI0K ~
m RATES
:h i. 2 and 3, ;
til March S. Inclusive,
ts Far Full Particulars.
?(
1 1
S COLLEGE P
EST ARTICLE. WHICH AP?
OIFFICULT TO GET RICH 1
ERIENCE8.
LAND BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Is Education.
. bookkeeping In a commercial
1 completed Mr. Rockefeller's
ceo. Then for three weeka be
eking merchants "If they didn't
lint employment was with the
hittle of Cleveland. He did not
woe to receive and after three
fifty dollars. The salary next
h. The third year It was $700.
this refused he resigned to go
nself. i
he formed h partnership, his
,000 which he borrowed from
nese was loading and unloading
I
INION BUSINESS COLLEGE
WOKS. IF YOU WORK FOR *?
.F YOU SHOULD FIRST AC- ~
.11 , 1
SPAN OF LIFE,
>
at 40 than at 20 and as much
1 receive from our Business I
ase your value to the Arm that I
Inst wage limitations?the years I
irovlded tor belore you reach ,
tod. i
italogue sent free for the couligation
attached to this. .
reasonable that none can afford ,'
rtuulty te acquire a Business
TUITION.
) per moath.
I per moetk.
It per moeth, light sehoel.
per aiontli, day school. .
4 for Life, JS0.00 (reduced from ,
<
JPON
leh Account?
1 transacting Business with
t
CommlsalSn and Brokerage! (
Bills of Lading? ,
Commercial Law?
Partnership Settlements?
Interest and Percentage? 1
nerelal Arithmetic? J
Typewriter?
n
I
?
r
Mm i
>.
(VOTXBLD, Treasurer.
rIS, Secretary,
iger.
20 OINTMENT to guaranteed t?
lire the ada.
tow buying?and you'll noon have 'y!\
ANOERSON'slS
Bon Ton
.
LadlesYou
shouM see oar new . ? .
Qinghams, Uaens ui VTatW ;
m : 3:
tew Laces?
' t 'ffisfn?
T>_aI?_ 5i$t&mnk^f
rrcnj i-<murviuui icm very
New Combs, Barrettes and', fjl|||f
Halrplne,
NEW VAL LACES,
If you flute Money
Temporarllu Idle i
It's Safety should be your first
Kmilderatloti. It la aa larartatie
rule that the higher the rate 1
rf internet in aa Investment, the, YirsSsj
peater the rlak. Get a eerttSsate
of deposit la this strong
Bank. They are Intereet-bear*
Ing at the rate of 4 per cent,
tad are renewable at the end ot -
ux or twelve montna. xonr
shocking account solicited, large
x imilL
THE BANK OF FAIRMONT,
Main and Jefferson 8t>
:apltal and Undivided Prof Its,
?35M?W^ |||j
4n Object
Lesson
lor the .man who -(vw^ernatitap jSgpaSam
so own a home of his own or ' :
'or the nun woo desires to buy j (V
recant lots for Investment of
iliecutatton.
Watch The
Man
Thorn yon Itnow to bo a mooey
iwtoer, whether he baa caei or J;
u-edlt oad you jrUI
How Money
Is Made
These men who have monoy
0 buy property tor Investment _
yt speulcatlon aro on every
itreet in Fairmont, every day. ;
rail aro offering prices tor the
llfferent properties ono
idy Says To-day |H
1 man offered her 1225.00 tor a
ot which to worth |400.00.
Call at my offlco mud I will
ell you all about bow to uc[itire
property.
leviB.Harr
The Men With e Thouund|'| bBH
Fairmont propoeltlone. >

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