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W??l Virginia Bank
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JAMES W. LYONS, President.
W. M. FREEMAN, Cashier.
Third Street. Clarksburg, w. Vi.
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Happy Home Bread.
Don't take our word for it
WE'RE PREJUDICED.
But ask your neighbors and they
will tell you that
Hatppy Home Bread.
Label on every Loaf
Is the best they ever ate.
For ssde by atll Grocers
Made by Walthour Candy Co.. Clarksburg. W. Va,
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HENRY E. GIEHL,
Merc hatr\ t Tail or.
Large stock of foreign and domestic
goods. Repairing. Pressing. (Sic.
ROOM 9. LEGGET BLD'G 3rd. <a Mechanic Sts.
|Are You Going to Bviild?
If so. Clarksburg's Newest industrial
establishment ?~ m\i ?
WEST VIRGINIA
WOOD WORKING CO.
Solicits Your Patronage.
New Machinery,
New Patterns,
New Material.
Special Work of all Kinds In Both Interior a nd Exterior
Finish Executed Acur&tcly From Drawings.
Estimates Fvirnished.
Candy Palace
3 _s.
The Original....
..Ailegretti Chocolates..
Exclusive Agency at
Swapr's Candy Palace.
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Merchants National Bank
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF WEST VIRGINIA.
At Clarksburg, W.Va. UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR. Y.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. - - - SI20.000.0C-.
OFFICERS. DIRECTORS.
B. T. Lowndes President K. T. Lowndes. Judge T. W. ITarrlson
S?8^2!S?^,C R. T. I>>wnden. Jr.. A. J. TxxJre
?. IL I>wU...'.V.V.".'.V.'.'.Aii?Ut*ritCiublir T. 8. Sduk-s. Vlnrll L. Highland
EB IieJon Bookkeep r ; David Davidson.
Rooms are furnished to patrons of the Rank for business transactions. Safe DeposH
Bosn for R-?nt. The Rank offers to depositors and customers every facility and conven
ience for the transaction of business.
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Trader9Natlonal Bank.
%15/>e TRADERS NATIONAL BANK?
Main StrMt Wear Court House. - CLARKSBURG W. VA.
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DIRECTOR8? ki\ .
T.-MOORE JACKSON. President; W. Rrent Maxwell. g?
DR. FLEMING HOWELL. Vice-Presidentj J. E. Sands. T. Moore JscksQf<^^
L. 8. HORNOR. Cashier. Fleming Howell. C. 8. S&nfcs.
Resources Over $1,000,000.00. ?
Doe* a General Banking Business. It will lo roar interest to keep you ;Sj
account with this bank. Bnslnc.** attended to promptly, with courtesy and
^* Wjter Wells.
B. F. WILSON - WATER WELLS
Contractor lor Water Wells. Shallow Oil Wells. Shafts. Test
Holes for Coal. Etc.. Etc.
673 Mvilberry Street. HOMi: "JPgfbox ml
We offer for QUICK SALE:
A beautiful borne on Oak
Street. Ten rooms. All mod
ern conveniences. Splendid
stable facing alley in rear with
exit on Pike street. 85,5C0.
A thoroughly comfortable
home with exceptionably line
lot TOxlnO to 12 alley. Situat
ed on Mulberry St. A great
bargain. Price quoted on ap
plication.
A No. 1 new brick house in
Glen Elk renting at a goodly
interest?or would make a tine
home conveniently located for
business purposes. Price $4,000
Terms, usual.
A new house with 8 rooms
and-bath, sewerage and con
venience on Second street.
Price, $3,000.
Two houses on Sycamore St.
in the very heart of town.?
both good bargains for either
investment or speculation.
House and lot with every
modern convenience oe carlinc
Pt. Comfort, at a most reason
able price. No city taxes.
A comfortable little home in
Wines addition with vacant
lot included at the nominal
sum of $1850.
And numerous other tilings
to numerous to mention out
loud.
THE NELMS-RIGGS CO.
Dooms 26, 27 Lowndes Bid.
Ofllce open until 8 p. m.
"FRANK pOWELL.
Contractor of Wells Cellars, etc.
Cement Cellsvrs e. Specialty.
AH Work G\ietr&.nteed.
Box 274 Cfty.or 508 Montlcello Ave
CONLEY & FORSYTHE
Room 5 and 6 Rookery B'l'g.
Accounts solicited for
New York Stocks and Bonds
and
Chisago Grain and Proiislons,
either on Margin or Investment.
Private wire.
Cut Glass For Wedding Gifts
?none of the most precious offerings
Chat can be made. Kicli, brilliant,
beautiful and incomparably raidiant
an tlie sideboard our cut glass lias a
charm of its own. Each piece is band
cut, in the latest pat terns and extreme
ly artistic in cfleet. Our prices are
extremely low for high class goods in
this line.
F. A. ROBINSON & SON,
322 Main Street.
DON'T FORGET
Mrs, C. L. Payrves
SALE OF TRIMMED HATS
ALSO LADIES OUTING HATS
Will Be Sold at Less Than Cost,
at Lockwood's Bargain Store,
327 Main St. Cla.rksburg. W, Va.
McGee's Pl^ce
I HAVE PURCHASED the Stock and Bar Fixtures formerly
owned by Sam V. Thompson, on Baltimore Street. GlenElk.
Also the R?estatirant Fixtures. I will endeavor at all times
to give good and quick servicoand cordial treatment. Call and
see me.
^ J. D. McGEE, Mgr.
417 Baltimore Street, Glen Elk.
To tKe Public ^ ^
3 3 arvd P^tror^s
I Wish to Announce
That our line of Confectionery is more complete
this season than ever before. We have select
ed the many packages of
CKocolactes arvd Bon-Bons
from the best firms'in EastefrT'cities and have
been careful to bu3* only the pure and freshest
goods to' make our line the best in the state.
We have added to our establishment up-rto
date machinery and make
FresH .Candies Every Ho\jr.
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A car load of fine fruits will bo- undlo.ided rlt our dooi; .
? for Christmas. 'Don'4 forget
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S W AGEH'S/
328 ' Pike Street.
THE OAK SALOON. ]
ANTHONY GAUGHAN, Prop.
The Finest Bar In The Steite. (
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Nos. 341 & 343 Pike Street.
CLARKSBURG. - WEST VA.
LETTERS
Uncalled for at Postofflce and
Advertised.
List of unclaimed letters in the
Clarksburg, W. Va. post office adver
tised December 18, 1902.
Miss Ida Adams, jack Biogam, Bell
Bellmont, Miss Bettie Blair, Miss
Edna Bell, Thornton F. Coming, Jas.
Comdoorm, Peter Cunningham, Mrs.
KateCurrence, Miss A.Carrington. II,
B. Campbell, same, Miss Cli Clerener,
Mrs. Iva Drummond, Joe Day, Frank
Ewlng, n. B.ErvIn, S.E. Flowers, R.S.
Frankling, F. H. Foster, Geo. Goose
berry, G rover; Groce. Ben Hefner,
Josepb Helm, M. J. nines. Jos. A.
Helm, Mrs. Ellzi Hart, Cbas. lllp&on.
John Inberst, J. P. Jobnsun, Miss
Mary Kelley, Andrew Knowell, Ramly
Klin. Miss Leila Lang, T. Lethne
Miss Verna Lefier, Magic Loy, Prime
Louther, Annie R. Miller, Jas. Mont
gomery, Mrs. Jas. M. Murray, Will
Morgan, Miss M. E. Marshell, R. M.
Marsliell, D.C.Mobley, nenry Monath
Miss Sarah Miles, Jeff Mott, Ira Mor
ris, Mrs. Bessie Norris, same, Mrs. C.
Powell, Jonas Rousli, Mrs. Lizzie Red
mond, Stander & Co.. II. P. Siinma,
Miss Bessie Swisher, Stanton & Fab
nert, T. F. Thomas, Tom Trunnlske,
Miss MaudeM. Wolfe. M.G. Waugh,
M. L. Wlchtermann, W. M. Wick,
Mrs E. R. White, John Walsoet, C.
W. West, Harper Yerkey, John Thos.
Young.
S. C. Dendam, P. M.
"DARKEST
HOUR"
Lincoln J. Carter's Play Poorly
Presented at the Grand.
A production of Lincoln T. Carter's
"The Darkest Hour,"was presented at
the Tralers Grand opera house Thurs
day evening. But a fair steed audi
ence was present. The play as pre
sented at this performance, was a
very ordinary one. The written play
is possibly an excellent one, but In
this company, the piece was horribly
butchered by the different characters
presented.
?'The great railroad scene," possess
es great possibilities. However, it
was poorly presented, about half of the
necessary "properties" being notably
absent.
The company carries a lot of good
scenery. The sunset scene in the last
act, was excellent.
The Clarksburg Fish and Oyster
Market, located on Third street, next
door to Squire Gordon's oillce, is no
more.
Master Flale Dowman, young sou cf
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dowman is ill
threatened with fever.
One lone drunk was up before Mayor
Crile this morning. He was assessed
the usual tine.
ClinrncterlNtlc Worth.
The woman who curries herself well
Is more apt to commaud respect than
the woman who trudges along with her
head inclined forward and her shoul
ders In a stooping position. The pos
sessor of a graceful, erect carriage un
consciously impresses us as having
characteristic worth, says the Pittsburg
Observer. There are many noble heart
ed women who really do themselves in
justice by the awkward way they car
ry themselves. It is very hard for oth
ers to see^eauty and grace of heart In
an unlovely outward appearance. It is
the exterior charm of the rose that
gives fitting expression to its hidden
sweetness.
Are Women Too ReatleaiiT
The American woman is restless, dis
satisfied. Society, -whether among the
highest or lowest classes, has driven
her toward a destiny that is not nor
mal. The factories are full of old
maids. The colleges are full of old
maids. The ballrooms In the worldly
milieux are" full of old maids. For nat
ural obligations are substituted the fic
titious duties of clubs, committees,
meetings, organizations, professions, a
thousand unwomanly occupations.?
Everybody's Magazine.
Mutton Fat.
If uncooked mutton fat Is scaked^ln
cold water twenty-four hours, theu
cooked In water, putting a scant quar
ter teaspoonful of soda to a quart of
water. It loses Its Btroug taste and can
be used for pastry. Do the same with
mutton drippings. All bacon and ham
fat should be clarified and kept to fry
eggs In.
W. C. REPASS. J. W. DODGE,
Contracting Builder. Contracting Painter.
REPASS (2l DODGE
Two New Houses Just Completed, up
to-date in all departments, wlM located.
Will sell cheap if sold quickly.)
GENER.AL REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Office, 359 Ma.irv Street.
DR. S. M. HARDMAN.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
Is by far the best qualified and equipped for examining the eye and fitting
spectacles cf any one In the state, having had over twenty year's practical ex
perience, and much practical tralnlnpr under tl"; best instructors in United
States, some of whom came from England, Germany and France.
The Doctor is not only a very tine refract ion 1st, but has acquired a thor
ough knowledge of grinding and cutting lenses, frame fitting and adjusting
and is therefore competent to" examine the eye, make up, and adjust the
glasses in the most satisfactory manner. *:
His stock of solid gold and void tilled spectae'e and eye glass frames and
regular cut, and special ground lenses is full and complete, which enables
him to make up the MAJOR I TV.of his work wUile you wait and all you pay
for is the tincst and best fitting pair of glasses t hat can be made for the prloe.
The following illustrations represent a few ?.r the valuable and powerful
scientific instruments used by him for examining the eye for glasses and being
familiar with all the latest methods of testing. ? is worth more than the cost
of a pair of line spectacles to have so thorough and searching examlnatloa
made as, ,4A stitch in time may save nine."
Every pair of spectacles is fully guaranteed to give satisfaction.
DaJly Puzzle Picture.
THE WEELITTLES AT THE MANILA DOCKS.
A sun bath near the river.
Watching die Panama
Hat-fleet,for next year.embarh
for America.
FIND THE BOATMAN-.
Scientific
Accuracy
Gives
Satisfaction
Office is in the Fordyce Building.

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