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. EST VIRGINIA BANK. %
JAMES W. LYONS, Presidents
W. H. FREEMAN. Cashier.
Does a. Regular Bo.r\kirvg Business. _
Money Loaned on Good Security.
Third Street. Clarksburg. W. Va.
ire You Going to Bviild?
If so. Clarksburg's Newest industrial
establishment i?
WEST VIRGINIA
WOOD WORKING CO.
Solicits Your Patronage.
New Machinery.
New Patterns,
New Ma.terial.
Special Work of all Kin-is in Uoth Interior and Exterior
Finish Executed Acui^sly From Drawings.
Estimates Fvirnished.
West Virginia Btwnk
Happy Home Bread.
Don't take our word for it
WE'RE PREJUDICED.
5; But ask your neighbors and they
will tell you that
H^ppy Home Bread.
L.abel on every L.oaf
?t73? " Is the best they ever ate.
JTor sdtle by e^ll Grocers
Made by Walthour Candy Co.. Clarksburg. W. Va.
HENRY E. GI?HL,
Merc hacrv t Tail or.
La.rge stock of foreign and domestic
goods, Repairing. Pressing. (Etc.
ROOM 9. LEGGET BLD'G 3rd. eSL Mechanic Sts.
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF WEST VIRGINIA.
At Clarksburg. W. Va. UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR.Y.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, - . - $120,000.00.
OFFICERS.
JL T. Lowndes President
udffe Thos. W. Harrison.. Vice-President
B. B. Harrison Cashier
ILLowlf... Assistant Cashier
EL B ?>e?9on Bookkeeper
DIRECTORS.
R. T. Lowndes. ,Iud?re T. W. Harrison
R. T. Lowndes. Jr.. A. J. Lodtre
T. S. Spates. Vlrcll L. UlKhl^nd
J>avld Davidson. ?
Rooms are furnished to patrons of tl.o Rank for business transactions. Safe Deposit
is for R.ervt. The Bank offers to depositors and customers every facility and convan
for the transaction of business.
Traders National Bank.
Z15he TRADERS NATIONAL BANK?
p
Main Street Near Court House.
CLAR.KSBURG W. VA.
T. MOORE JACKSON. President:
DR. FLEMING HOWELL. Vlce-Presldonti
L. 8. HORNOR. Cashier.
DIRECTORS?
W. Brent Maxwell. ^
J. E. Sands, T. M?x>re Jaclcson^^
Fleming Howell. C. S. Sands.
Resources Over $1,000,000.00.
Does a General Banking Business. Tt will b* m your Interest U> keep you
account with this bank. Business attended to promptly, with courtesy and^/U
Water Wells.
tf.F. WILSON WATER WELLS
Contractor for Wator Wells. Shallow Oil Wells. Shafts. Test
Holes for Coal. Etc.. Etc.
673 Mvilberry Street. home php?Sebox:,5?.
Merchants National Bank
Candy Palace
s ~?9
The Original....
..Allegretti Chocolates..
Exclusive Agency at
Swager's Candy Palace.
Oil Market.
Tiona
Pennsylvania.
Corning
Newcastle....
North Lima..
South Lima..
Indiana
Somerset.. .
White House
Lacy
Rayland.
*1.66
.1.51
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1.38
1.12
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1.07
.96
1.21
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.55
Lyons' celebrated candles, sold only
by C. D. Sturm & (Jo., druggist*, 340
Three Special Tours to Florida
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Only $53.00 for the round trip from
Clarksburg, W. Va? as specified be
low:
January 27th?Tickets Including, In
addition to round trip railroad fare,
sleeping car accommodations and
meals cnroutc Washington to Jackson
ville and return. Returning, leave
Jacksonville February 11th.
February 10th?Tickets including, in
addition to round trip railroad fare,
sleeping car accommodations and
meals cnroute Washington to Jackson
ville and return. Beturning, leave I
Jacksonville February 25th.
March 10th?'Tickets including, in
addition to round trip railroad fare,
sleeping car accommodations and
meals enroute Washington to Jackson
ville, but not for the return. Return
ing, tickets will be good on any regu
lar train until May 31st, 1003.
For tickets and detailed informa
tion call upon Baltimore & Ohio
Ticket Agent.
Main street.
Dec. 22-tf
Notice
The office of tbe Mountain State
Gas Company will be moved tempor
ily Dec. 16th to tbe rooms formerly oc
cupied by the Clarksburg Wine and
Liquor Company In the Traders build
ing on Third street.
12-13-2w Mountain Statu Gas Co.
In Business Again
Don't buy a typewriter until you
call on me. Best machines and lowest
prices. All machines fully guaran
teed. Call and see them before buy
ing. C. E. Lay, room 1, Rookery
building, or Western Union Telegraph
office. dec 19-lw
Cut Glass For Wedding Gifts
Is one of the most precious offerings
that can be made. Rich, brilliant,
beautiful and Incomparably ratdlant
on the sideboard our cut glass has a
cbarm of Its own. Each piece Is hand
cut In tbe latest patterns and extreme
ly artistic Id effect. Our prices are
extremely low for high class goods in
this line.
F. A. ROBINSON & SON,
322 Main Street.
DON'TJ 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. Clarksburg. 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.eBtaure.nt Fixtures. 1 will endeavor at all times
to give good and Quick service and cordial treatment. Call and
see me.
^ J. D. McGEE, Mgr. ^
417 Baltimore Street, Glen Elk.
To tKe P\jiblic ^ ^
^ ^ arvd PoctroTYS
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 ,,
CKocolevtes and Bon-Bons
from the best firms in Eastern cities and have
been careful to buy only the pure and freshest
goods to make our line the best in the state.
We have added to our establishment up-to- -
date machinery and make
FresK Candies Every Hovir.
A car load of fine fruits will be undloaded at our door
for Christmas. Don't forget
S W AGEH'S,
328 Pike Street.
OAK SALOON,
ANTHONY GAUGHAN. Prop.
The Finest Bair In The State.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Nos. 34-1 & 343 Pike Street*
CLARKSBURG. - WET VA
EXERCISES
At Graduation of Trained Nurses
Were Pleasing.
Ministers Participate and Impart
Knowledge.
Address by Dr. Peters Helpful to
the Class.
Graduation exercises of trained
nurses In Clarksburg Is something new
as suggested by tbe speaker ot the
evening but It Is a matter of gratifica
tion that tbis city slncc the event of
Friday nigbt can boast of having that
commendable and progressive feature
added to.lts history. Another modern
step has been taken and our progress
Is more advanced. All of the many
representative citizens who attended
the graduation exercises of the pioneer
class of the school for trained nurses
of the Kessler Hospital readily agree
with the sentiment and opinion voiced
above.
The opera house was we.l filled with
an appreciative audience and the ex
ercises of the evening were both elab
orate and pleasing. The program was
appropriate and most cltverly ex
ecuted.
Dr. (J. W. Showalter of the institu
tion Introduced the speakers In a
modest and becoming way.
The exercises opened with an Invo
cation prayer by Rev. R. B. McDanel
pastor of the Baptist church, In which
he paid glowing tribnte to the calling
the class had chosen, and he earnestly
and eloquently prayed the richest
blessings from on High to rest upon
tbe good works of both the hospital
and its llret graduation class. Touch
ing reference was made to the similar
ity of the profession of nurse to the
mission of the Great Physician.
Mayor Crile followed In a brief
speech of welcome and. In a few well
chosen remarks praised the good this
and Its sister Itstltutlon are doing in
tbis community In ministering to the
sick. He was especially gratified to
know that it was our good fortune to
have such helpful Institutions In our
midst and found It a source of great
pleasure that tbe people of this com
munity are to have the advantages of
well regulated, modern training
schools for nurses. lie spoke of the
helpfulness nurses are to physlclar.8
and the absolute necessity for them in
the proper care of the sick. lie was
proud to know that tbe present class
would go forth Into the world and by
their efficient work attract attention
to Clarksburg and our modern civiliza
tion and advancement.
Rev. L. E. Peters, the speaker of
the evening, and the one whose dut}
it was to deliver the address to the
oliss, was then Introduced. The
speaker talked for "three quarters of
an hour In a most Interesting and en
tertaining manner. He began by call
ing attention to fie fact that It was
an unique occasion, the first of itsklnd
ever held In the old, historic and
classic city of Clarksburg, where there
had been social, political, religious
and other notable gatherings. He
then spoke of trained nurses as a
nec?,Js!ty of the advanced age in
which we live. * In this connection he
interestingly reviewed .'he progress -ot
medicine and the treatment Of the
sick. He paid high tribute to the
hospitals and termed them valuable
adjuncts to the church In the adminis
tration of mercy and kindness to the
sick and afllicted.
Tbe address was both humorous and
pathetic, and highly Instructive not
only to the class but also to the audi
ence.
Dr. A. K. Kessler in a few well
chosen remarks presented the mem
bers of the class diplomas, after which
Rev. S K. Arbuthnot, pastor of GofI
M. E. church, odertd an appropriate
prayer and pronounced the benedic
tion.
The class was composed of Misses
Anna Smith, Clara lloseley, May
Colliclcl, Bessie Swisher", Inez Dent.
Margaret Peterson, Mamie Bonnell,
Mary I^amband Mr. W. B. Darling.
Oak, Red and Hemlock Sole leather.
Side sl:p and sole, at E. ^D. Reynolds
the harness man. Main St.
Furmlningsupplies, upper leather,
s.ile leather and shoe findings go to
Ed. Reynolds'.
W. C. REPASS. J. W. DODGE.
Contracting Builder. Contr&ctlng PtTntir.
REPASS dodge:
? Two New Houses Just Completed, up
to-date In all departments, well located.
Will sell cbeap If sold quickly.
GENERAL REAL [ESTATE DEALERS
Office, 359 Main Street.
We Are Going to
GIVE IT AWAY!
We will distribute, absolutely free, Gallons
and Gallons of high grade California Wines
How Do We Do It?
From this uatu to January 1st, 1903, we will sell you for (1.00
per quart, any of the following reliable, pun- and excellent brands
of whiskey. You may purchase as many quarts as you wish, and
with each quart we will give you one boti lu of wine. You may
take your choice of both Whiskey and Wlt.e.
Harper, Kearnstown Pure Rye.
Gilded Age, OldForman
Old Va. Corn Whiskey,
Klondike, Old Va Apple Brandy,
Tioga, Old Va Mountain Rye,
Our WKiskies
Need no Introduction to consumers because every bottle and
every barrel of liquor In our store is of an established standard
brand and arc handled by the most reliable dealers In the world.
Our prices are quoted to you at ROCK BOTTOM, and we are not
undersold by any dealer in the state who sells you fair quantity
and honest quality.
Our Old Virginia Kearnstown Whiskey Is highly endorsed by
physicians, druggists and hospitals for medicinal use. None bet
ter for the price for there Is none better made.
If you have not been our customer, call on us,. Inspect our
mammoth stock, get our prices, give us a trial order, and there
after we will number you among ojjj patrons.
Old Virginia. Boys.
Carter Davis,
415 Balto. St., Opp. B. & O. F.Depot. Phone 452.
i r*' ?
Daily Puzzle Picture.
THE WEELITTLES AT THE MANILA DOCKS.
FIND THE BOATMAN.
P, J. Gla.r\cy has the best and
Oldest Wiskey .in Clarksburg,
Has been handling the
Old ;Fox Mountain |WKiskey
ever since he has been in the business. This Whis
key is Mellowed by age and free' fusnl oils,
absolutely pure and can be recon,me A.*its
purity. Baying in Ibrge quantities you w*
a mistake in not calling on him for your &ur?4^'
mas goods! No better can be had. Has also in
stock . -
OLD FOHHESTER
and other leading brands wtili fresh beer
always on tay.
P. J. GLANCY,
Old Stand. Cor. Fourth and Pike.

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