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Your
Business
Suit
The average man wears a
Mack Suit three-fourths of
the year.
The average Sack Suit
ousts about 115.00 A.t this
prloe we sell Sack8uits which
wiU never be tbe "average"
Uad.
"Tbsy are better than oth
?ers, kjooiu.se no better mater
ial, ?ffle or worlcmaoshlp
can fee put into tliein. Suits
tur wblch you would willing
ly pay more.
YOUR. PUR.SE
Can reach a better Suit in this store, at any price you wish to
pay, than in any other clothing store wo know of.
We have splendid suits as low as 810, 912 or 815, and
Suit elegance as high as $20, $22 or $25, but we would like to
show you what we can do for you in an Average Suit. If you
are in the dark about your new Suit, come .here.
ffl. A. NUSBAUM
? 34->36 Third St,
Clarksburg, W. Va
Tailors to the Masses,
171 Fror\t St
Marietta, O
WEST VIRGINIA BANK
Does a General Banking Business.
Authorized Capital - Sf00,000
DIRECTORS
OR. W. M. LATE. G. L. DCJNOAH,
DR. tT. P. GOFF C.W. LYNCH C. M. HART D. DAVIDSON,
The Directors of this bank will be pleased to have yog become
one of their patrons. We waDt your business and will pat
forth every effort to-, give you; satisfactory service
Gko. L. Duncan,
E. D. Torlin,
D. 8. Hamilton
President
Oashler
Bookkeeper
? THE FARMERS BANK?
OF CLARKSBURG.
A.. J. Flbtcheb...
Ira C. Post
Chas. W. Furbkr
Frkd B. Wood....
K. Trad Post.
President
? Vloe President
????? Teller
....Book-keeper
CAPITAL $100,000
Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on all Time Deposits.
As a guarantee of safe, conservative management, we beg to
refer you to our exceptionally strong Board of Directors, who
keep themselves in constant touch with the inner working of
the Bank.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
On Very Short Notice
We are prepared to make, your
clothes and make them right
TO YOUR FIT. TO YOUR
PERSONAL FANCY AND
TASTE
by
the most competent tailors. Your choice of thou- ;
sands of the newest fabrics and styles of make.
: All Suits,
i All Overcoats,
No More, j
No Less.
MOVE UP FRONT
We took that advice long ; ;
ago and hence occupy first ;;
plact in Clarksburg as tailors ; '
who make men's clothes to J ;
suit men and their wives, [ \
their sisters and their sweet- \ *
hearts. The man we can't ] J
fit has not arrived in Clarks- J ;
burg. Lots in town we have ] J
litted.Q ;;
Y. 1H. C. A.
STAR COURSE
Famous Morphet d- Stevenson Will
Appear -4< Grand Opera House
Tomorrow Night.
The Y. M. C. A. Star Course lias
the pleasure to announce the coming
of Mrs*!*. Morphet & Stevenson, as
sisted by an able piaqjist. Their
performances are a fine exhibition
of the latest wonders in Oriental
magic, high class prestidigitation
and realistic ventriloquism, in faet,
the program comprises so many
wonderful, beautiful and startling
features that even two hours devot
ed to its presentation, there is never
a moment in which they fail to hold
your attention. Instrumental solos
and duettes, introducing many new
instruments. truly novel, artistic
and effective musical act, with just
the refined touch of comedy.
Their work is thoroughly artistic
and always of high class order. Hav
ing appeared so often throughout
the country with continued success,
these popular entertainers need no
further introduction. The recent
addition of many effective novelties
has strengthened their already fine
program, placing it in the very
front rangs in this class of enter
tainments.
Mr. Morphet is known as a pres
tidigitatcur (or slight of hand.)
His dexterity and originality are
seldom, if ever, equaled. He is pos
sessed of gentlemanly humor and a
magnetism that never fails to win.
His uniqne entertainments embraces
the most wonderful experiment in
the art of high class slight of hand.
It is at once classical, marvelous, re
fined and instructice. This year he
carries the largest line of musical
novelties ever before presented by
him. Another amusing feature is
ventriloquism, which, like magic,
saturates the whole program with
drollery as well as mvsterv.
Herodotus tells us that during the
whole time he was in Egypt he heard
only one song and that wns a sad
one. Had Herodotus lived in the
present age he would have marvelled
at the number of songs and the many
musical instruments that are heard
from day to day, yet we doubt if
even the average person realizes how
many there are. Mr. William H.
Stevenson introduces us to a few
new ones. He is a tripple-tongued
cornet soloist and instrumentalist.
Plays solos on an aluminum harp,
aluminum chimes, marmibophone,
musical glasses, saxaphone, musical
coi. bamboo bells, banjo, various imi
tations on the violin and other new
and novel instruments.
Morphet & Stevenson introduce in
their novel musical act cornet duets,
mandolin-mandola, flying funnels,
xylophone, with mocking bird imi
tations, automatic hand bells on the
right. Wherever these men go they
are received with unbounded success
and the tickets are selling at Sturm's
drug store very rapidly. Special,
price has ben made for children.
Tickets sold for them, 25 cents.
Single admission for men and
women, 50 cents and 75 cents. Re
served seats now on exchange at
Sturm's.
Morpliefc & Stevenson at the opera
house Thursday evening 8:00 sharp,
February 0.
ADAMSTON COUNCIL
WILL MEET TONIGHT.
The Adamston town council will
hold a meeting tonight in the town
hall there, pursuant to adjourn
ment last Wednesday night. It will
be the second meeting of the new
administration.
r
PROGRAM
Of Simpson District Teachers' In
stitute, To Be Held At Bridge
port, Friday. Feb. 17
The following is the program of
the Simpson District Teachers' In
stitute, to be held at Bridgeport on
Friday, February 17:
!?:ftO a. ra.?Devotional exercises,
hy Rev. M. Steele.
Music.
Opening address hy the district
president.
"To What Extent Should Small
Children Be Allowed to Discuss
Subjects in the Class?"?M. D.
Tetcr.
"What Would You Do With
Small Children That Constantly
Persist in telling Falsehoods?"?
Carl Lawson.
"To What Extent is a Knowledge
of Physicologv Essential to Teach
ers?"?Prof. Rnrnett
"Are Not Our Schools Becoming
Utilitarian and Practical To the
Neglect of Real Culture?"?Mis*
Harriotts Steele.
"To What Extent Should Teach
ers Seek to be Popular With Par
ents and Pupils?"?Frank S. White.
"Should Corporal Punishment be
Administered Before the School?"
?Miss Dee Ross.
"Sliould a Teacher Ever Give Up
a Pupil?"?Mis? Fuseia Lang.
General Topics.
What is Good Orded?
Attention?
Is Sarcasm Ever Justifiable?
The Art of Questioning.
Methods of Teaching Reading
Language, ITistory and Writing to
the various grades.
There will be a lecture at the M.
E. church in the evening by Dr.
John Wier, of Buckhannon.
All the teachers of Simpson dis
trict are expected to be present as
they will receive the same pay for
the day as if teaching. Patrons
and all persons interested in educa
tion are invited to attend.
FFSCTA LANG,
DEE ROSS,
FRANK S. WHITE.
Committee.
HEARTS GALORE
And Spirit of St. Valentine In
Abundant Evidence. At Social
Tendered By the Central
Prcxhyterian Church.
The spirit of St. Valentine was
given vent at the Y. M. C. A. rooms
Tuesday night on the occasion of
the informal social tendered bv the
Central Presbyterian church. A
most delightful gathering of people,
numbering nearly two hundred, be
gan to make their appearance short
ly after 7 :.10 o'clock and continued
to come and go during the entire
evening. The matching of valen
tines proved to he the real sort of a
mixer and was the medium through
which many got acquainted. The
hunt for hearts proved exciting as
well as exceedingly interesting.
Hundreds of small candied hearts
with valentine verses in letters of
red were hidden in all the crevices
and out of the way places around the
rooms and at the proper signal every
one started on a boisterous search
for hearts. Needless to say the
hunt was a great fun producer.
There was the most informal gather
ing imaginable and this with the ex
cellent refreshments served by
Swager, caterer, helped to make the
evening a complete success and the
committee of arrangements are to
be congratulated upon the real good
time given the young men and young
ladies of last evening.
VANDYKE
AND EATON
Repertoire Company Commences a
Week's Engagement At the
Traders Grand Opera House
Next Monday Night.
On next Monday evening, Feb. 13,
?he Van Dyke and Eaton Company
will inaugurate * week's engagement
at the Traders Grand opera house.
The company has been seen hen:
many times aad has attained a re
markable degree of popularity
imnng local theatre patrons.
Miss Olile Eaton, possessing a
charming personality and much hp
ironic ability, is still entrusted with
the leading roles, and the company
ippearing in her support is a large
md capable one. All new plays are
l>eing presented this season, a list of
rhieh will be found in another col
umn of this issue of the Telegram.
The variety features are new ami
varied, apd will he changed nightly.
Ladies will be admitted free, under
the usual condiiinn?. Monday nigl.t.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
P. S. CO.
-WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 8.
A Sale of Hosiery for Women
Stockings of fine Black cotton, plain and lace effects
500 pairs.
Va.lues at 25c. 3 Pa.irs for 50c
See wes window pisplay.
Initial 1905 Exhibit
Ladies' Hand Bags $1 to $5
In all their varied forms we present a collection of hand
bags of an exceptionally high character, including
envelope, vanity and carriage models, many of which
are fitted with card case, purse and vinagrette. The
leathers are of the finest, embracing seal' walrus, alli
gator, Japanese, lizard, snake, Morocco and patent.
I he frames are of gun metal, gilt or oxized, plain or
leather color.
See Window display.
Special Sale this week Ladies' Hand Bags
g8c an assortment of bags of various kinds, values to
' 51.50 and on table at choice 98c
An Important Offering
New 1905 Dress Suit
ings at 50c yd
Imported and Domestic?Mohairs, Sici
lians?Scotch Novelties?Tweed Mix
tures?in an excellent assortment of plain
and fancy patterus so popular for the
new tailored costumes.
See Window Display
Another sale of Tan Covert Jack
ets for spring this Saturday,
tomorrow's papers.
Parsons-So\iders Co.,
224-226 MAIN STREET
PBESENTED WITH SOCKS.
County Superintendent L. Wav
man Ogdcn had his socks stolen
'rom him a few weeks ago at a West
Milford hotel, an account of which
ippeared in the Telegram at ti.e
iuie. And now he has received on
;xpress package from Charleston
>ent collect on delivery. The jiaek
ige came unwrapped and every one
hrough whose hands it passed saw
it once that it-was a pair of gm.'ti
wks. The supposition is that so:iio
state solon became interested in his
welfare by nailing ttie Telegram anil
kindly saw to it that lie should not
lui\e frozen feet. The present is
very much appreciate! and the gen
ial superintendent takes this method
of expressing his gratitude to his un
known benefactor.
ONE PLAIV DBTJNK.
One plain drunk was up before ^
Hi* Honor Mayor Shields at the
regular session of police court Wed- |
T H E APPRAISED
.SALE CONTINUES!
The crowd which has been
flowing into the establishment
with eager buyers still contin
ues, never has the public had
such opportunity to purchase
! such bargains. Everything
\ marked in plain bold fignres.
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BAKER'S
I UNDERSELLING STORE.
f 355 MAIN ST. Feb's tf w & d :
?mini i ??' m m 111 h 11 ?1111 m m i n 11111 in i *'?
nexdav morning. The miinmum
fine of three dollars and costs win
assessed. The man paid up and van
released from custody. li*-^
Baltimore* Ohio
RAILROAD.
Taking effect Sunday, Not. tl, 1904.
West Bound.
No. 1?(dally) due 12:53 a. in.
So. 71?(dally due 7.26 a. m.
No. 3?(dally) due 0:68 a. m.
No. 47?(dally) due S:42 p. ?n.
No. 55?(daily) due 7:28 p. m.
East Bound.
No. 2?(daily) due 3:82 a. in.
No. 48?(daily) due 10:22 a. m.
No. 12?(daily) due 6:40 p. m.
No. 72?(daily) due 6:58 p. m.
No. 4?(daily) due 9:35 p. m.
W. VA. & PITTS DIVISION.
West Bound.
No. 3?(daily ex. Sunday) At. 6:15 a. m.
Lt. 6:15 a. m.
No. 1?(dally) Ar. 9:30 a. m.; Lt. 10:30
a. m.
No. 5? (daily el. Sunday) At. 3:15 p. ra.
Lv. 3:55 p. m.
No. 7?(daily ex. Sunday) At. 6:45 p.m.
No. 0?(Sunday only) Ar. 7:20 p. m.{
Lt. 7:20 p. en.
East Bound
No. 2?(daily ex. <5ui>4ay) Ar. 8:50 a. ra.
Lt. 10:35 p. m.
No. 66?(Sunday only) Ar. and Lt. 9:40
a. n.; Lt. 10:35 a. m.
No. 6? (daily) Ar. 3:33 p. m.; Lt. 4:00
p. m.
No. 4?(daily ex. Sunday) Ar. and Lt.
11:30 p. m.
WEST VIRGINIA SHORT LINE.
West Bonnd.
No. 56?(daily ex. Sun.) Ar. 12:00 noon.
No. 58?(daily) Ar. 8:15 p. m.
East Bound
No. 57?(daily) Lt. 6:20 a. m.
No. 59?(daily ex. Sua.) Lt. 2:30 p. m.
Train* No*. 7 and 8 run between
Clarkftinirg and Sottoo.
D. B. MARTIN,
M. P. T? Baltimore.
C. W. BASSETT,
O. P. A, Baltimore.
J. MeC. MARTIN,
T. P. A, Parkersburg.

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