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i M. A. NUSBAUM,
11 ? it
! 134-136 Third St., Clarksburg, W. Va. ;;
Your
Business i
The average man wears a
?'Hack Suit three-fourths of
the year.
The average Rack Suit
?osts alxjut $15.00 At this
price we sell Sack Suits which
will never t>e the "average'1
kind.
They are better than oth
ers, because no better mater
<al, style or workmanship
can he put into theiu. Suits
for which you would willing
ly pay more.
YOUR. PURSE
' ? Can reach a better Suit in this store, at any price you wish to
!! pay, than in any other clothing store we know of.
;; We have splendid suits as low as $10, 812 or $15, and
? ? Suit elegance as high at. $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 yciur now Suit, come here.
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 Soils,
All Overcoats,
$15
No More,
No Less.
MOVE UP FRONT
We took that advice long
ago and hence occupy first
place in Clarksburg as tailors
who make men's clothes to
suit men and their wives,
their listers and their sweet
heartn. The man we can't
lit lias not arrived in Clarks
burg. Ix)ts in town we have
fitted.Q
Let US be Your Tailors !i
The United Woolen Mills Co ii
Tailors to the Masses,
?100 HOTEL BLOSK, CURKSB1HG, W. VA.
715 Msvrkftt StroM
Pixrkcr:?b\ir/j W Vtv
171 Front St
Mckrlotte., O
\ WEST VIRGIN* \ BANK
1
Does a General Banking Business.
Authorized Capital
Sf 00,000
DIRECTORS
UK. W. M LATE. G. L. DUNCAN,
OR. ,W. P. GOFF C.W. LYNCH C.M.HART D. DAVIDSON,
L
The Directors (if this bank will be pleased to have ynu become
one of tlieir patrons. We want yi.ur business and will put
forth every effort to alvt you; satisfactory service
Gk?. L. Duncan,
E. D. Ttrm.iN,
D. S. Hamilton
President
Cashier
Bookkeeper
i THE FAR.MER.S BANK
!
OF CLARKSBURG.
A.J Fletcusk President
Ira C. Post Vice President
Chas. W. Fubmbe Cashter
KRF.n B Wood Teller
E Tuad Post Book-keeper
CAPITAL $100,000
Four Per Cent, interest Paid on all Time Deposits.
As a guarantee of safe, conservative management, we heg to
refer you to our exceptionally strong Board of Directors, who
ker|' themselves in sonstant touch with the inner working of
the Hank.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
s
] BETTERS
WILL SUE
ilaliuta HM's Bondsmen For Dam
ages To the Kxtent of Ten
Thousand Dollars.
Suit for damages to the extent of
$10,009, foV alleged libel, is to l>e
filed in the Circuit Court of Wood
' county by Attorney L. R. Via, on
behalf of Rev. Sam Rettes, against
Attorneys James A. Watson and J.
D. Cutlip, bondsmen for Malissa
Holt Parker.
The attorneys went on the Parker
woman's bond at the time when el if?
caused an attachment to be issued
against the "Cowboy Preacher's''
Gospel Yacht. They arranged bond
for her in the penalty of $10,000.
Since then she has signed a state
ment, alleging that she was dmwii
into a conspiracy, and that the
charge of seduction she brought
against Rettes was without founda
tion and was brought to swindle
him, and to gain possession of his
boat.
Rettes declares that he would have
brought no suit for defamation of
character if the yacht has been sur
rendered to him after the woman
made the confession, but instead lie
says it has been held arbitrarily.
"Now I am going to liave 6uit
brought for the full amount of the
!>ond and F am going to prosecute it
to a finish," he declares.
SWEET MELODY FL0DR.
MR. RUDD A SLEUTH.
A. C. Rudd lias been along the
West Virginia & Pittsburg railroad
as far as Pickens on a diligent hunt
for a fine Lancaster black and tan
dog owned by T. A. Henagban.
which strayed from his kennel a few
days ago. Mr. Rudd displayed
Sherlock Holmes qualities to a very
large degree but did not succeed ill
recovering the dog, but he did get
enough trace of him at Pickens to
know that ho is still in Clarksburg.
Mr. Rudd hopes yet to got the dog
and return him to 111" owner.
SWEET MELODY FLOOR.
MRS. BIGGS' FUNERAL
The funeral of Mrs. Grace Riggs.
who died at Mt. Clare Wednesday
night, took place from her late home
at 10 o'clock Friday morning. Rnr- 1
j ial was in the Hansford ecmcteiv
near her home.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
REMAIN'S SHIPPED AWAY, i
The remains of Mr-. Bonncrt,
mother-in-law of Mr. Francois, the ,
glass manufacturer, were shipped on
Xo. 4 Thursday night to Brooklyn.
X. Y., for burial, and were accom
panied by relatives.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
VAX DYKE & EATOX CO.
VanDvkc & Eaton Company, an
attraction that has won favor among
local play goers, begin a week's en
gagement at the Grand opera house
Monday. Feb. 13. Their repertoire
this season is comprised of plays
that have enjoyed metropolitan sue- >
cess and includes many pleasing
bills, chief among which are Robert
Tjonis Stevenson's study in psycho
logy, "Dr. Jekvll and Mr. Hyde." i
Goethes' legendory fantasy, "Faust," s
wifli its velrd Rrackcn scene and the 1
awe-inspiring apotheosis- of Mar
guerite. Shakespeare2* immortal
love story, "Romeo and Juliet," is
given an elaborate production, and
Dumas' masterpiece or passion. "Ca
mille" holds high place in tfie
week's offering. For the opening :
bill a play true to life and teeming i
with human interest, entitled "Tn '
the Hands of the Czar." will be giv- :
en. It is a melodrama o ftlie ultra- i
sensational sort, but for a plav of
this class it is unique in possessing
an entirely possible plot, and ra
tional scenes and situations. The i
scenes are laid in Russia and it
deals with the great question of mas- i
ter and-man that is at present rend
ing the empire of the Rnssias. A
rattling good comedy called "Miss
Hursey from Jersey" will be given
at the Wednesday matinee, and the
ever popular "East Lynnc" will lie
given by special request on Friday
evening. The company will close
its engagement on Saturday with a
play, while not a literary classic, pos
sessing unusual interest for Ameri
cans. inasmuch as it deals with the
characters peculiar to America, It
is called "The James Boys in Mis
souri." and is reminescent of the
days when the gun and Vnifc reigned
supreme and the law of might not
riiilit ruled in the west. A number
of pleasing vaudeville numbers are
intro<lnrml Jn conjunction with tlie
rcgniar performances. On Monday
evening lndtec will be admitted free
u hen accompanied by persons hold
ing one pnid ticket purchased before
se\cn o'clock Monday evening.
Prices throughout the engagement
will he 10, ?0 and 30 ceniv.
SWEET MELODY FLOBR.
V,
ARRESTED
AS SUSPECT
Wa* Vuriner Janitor .4? Catholic
Church?Believed lie Burglar
ized the Church.
Torrent* Gilverry was arrested at
7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the
Imperial saloon by Policeman Fox
and jailed. He is suspected of be
ing the burglar who entered the
Catholic church a week or so ago and
stole a valuable church vessel that
was presented to tlie church yeara
ago by the late Rev. Daniel O'Con
nor. The man formerly worked at
tlV chtireh as a sort of janitor, but
has been out of the city ever since
the burglary occurred. It is stated
that he remained at Ocean mines
until Thursday, when he returned to
the city and was nabbed by the po
lice. lie refuse? to say any thing
about himself and it is doubtful
whether there is sufficient evidence
lo convict him. Unless something
develops in the case, it is probable
lie will be turned loose withftut a
trial. He is the same fellow who
was arrested several weeks ago for
swiping shoes from Mcraman's
<tore.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
0\r,v ONE DRUNK.
Mayor Shields had one lone drunk
before him Friday morning. The
fellow resignedly confessed that he
I rank more than was good for him,
ind the mayor compassionately fined
liim three dollars and costs, and con
siderately gave him three days in
jail, when it was announced that his
jwiekctbook was empty.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
HELD MEETING FOR
ROYS AND GIRLS
?
Rev. IT. IV McDancl as a service
it the revival meetings going on at
the First Raptist church held a spec
ial meetin gthis afternoon in the
shurch for boys and girls and de
livered a very useful address on "A
Clean Heart." The address should
l)e one of profit to all who heard it.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
MACCABEES 1WILL MEET.
Clarksburg Vent, No. 10, K. O.
I\ M.. wil hold its regular review
n the Pythian hall tonighf beginn
ng at 7 :.10 o'clock. Aside from a
arge class of initiations there is a
?rcat deal of> important business to
?ome before the tent arid every mem
icr is earnestly requested to be
present. Visitors are always wel
?ome.
' SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
CATARRH
IS INTERNAL SCROFULA.
Thin Theory Advanced Severn:
Years Ago lias Been Found
True.
'"It does not appear to me said
1). Sturm, of Sturm & Wilson,
?uceessors to C. 1). Sturm & Co., to
i Telegram reporter, that"one-tentl:
>f the people realise what a terrible
hing Catarrh is. Every one knows
low unsightly a disease eczema or
ierofula is. Even the name, scrof
jIc, is enough to make one shudder
it the thought of it. Well, catarrh
s just an internal scrofula. The
trouble is ncople don't see it and
ire inclined to let it go from bad to
ivorse before doing anything. Cn
:arrh, or internal scrofula, is realiv
in eczema of the mucous membrane
>r lining of the nasal passages, bron
?liial tubes, the stomach, the lunas.
iver or kidneys, in fact it does not
?onfine its ravages to any particular
Dart of the system, but attacks the
treakers parts first.
"Plenty of remedies may be had
hat afford temporary relief, hut Mr.
Sturm says Rexall Mum-Tone is the
?nly one they know of that real'y
'Tires. Mneu-Tone works exact',
apposite to all the cures that have
been ottered hefore. Mucu-Tone
Iocs not be numb the Inflamed sur
faces as snuffs, powders, vaporizers
and inhalations do. and then when
the numbness works off leaves- Vur
worse than ever.
Mncn-Tono, as its very name im
plies, cures bv foning the Mucous
Tissues and restorine the membrane
to its natural healthy state. Mr.
Sturm believes a medicine such as
Mucu-Tone, which is carefully and
scientifically prepared for one par
ticular purpose, is to bo depended
on against a great mnnv others that
claim to cure a host of diseases.
Then besides all this, he says their
customer- day after day tell them'
it has cured them and they recom
mend il to others.
Trial hottles*-may lie had for .">0
cents. If von buy now Sturm &
Wilson, the druggists, will guaran
tee a cure or refund the money you
pay them.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
P. S. CO
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10.
Saturday's Specials
Every womari who pra-ctices economy in bviying
is interested in the rvew spring things?come tomorrow
Four distinct styles?all sizes, and lot of ^
^auic 3 samples, sires 34 and 36 each represen- JK
Opririg tative of the styles for spring and sum
kStvle** mer' ^ttec* back, ^?x ffont' with collar
_ *?, t*5a an(j Collarless, new sleeves in a variety
lBLH CoVCrt tailored styles. Regular price, $6.50 for (?11 pa
j0LcKet<! a satin lined garment to $15. Splendid vpll#3U
- values, extra specie! tomorrow.
I ^ wo stJ''es> one a double flounce, pleated
and tailored, silk dust ruffle; other extra
Finer deep flounce with six tailored bias cut
straps, cut exceedingly full, silk under OO
drop; each made ot the very best quality <piv/?v/v/
SilK of taffeta, in black and colors plain or
changeable. Our regular $12.50 petti
x tst.wo-to coats. Special tomorrow only
"VVrsmtm'^ Women's Stockings, plain cotton, lisle x
Ollldl ? thread, and faneies stripes. Also black ^
25c anc*tan 'ace sty'es> a ?f 5?o pairs, Pairs for
Str>r?lrino'? our regular 25c quality, offered at the er|^
very special low price JvC
Rubbers for men, women, children?:Stocks are complete, -
?? sizes and styles ?
throughout the season. Prices on low profit basis.
Parsons-So\iders Co.,
224-226 MAIN STREET
- Wanted?Girl to do housework.
Inquire at 655 Mulberry St. 9t(3t
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
PITTSBURG FLYER LATE.
The I'ittsburg flyer was two and
a half hoars late arriving here on
Thursday night and did not get in
until two o'clock next morning.It
RJots
in Russia
may hold your attention for the
moment but shouldn't take your
mind from the fact that
YOUR. HOUSF.
NEEDS HKl'AINTISG
In the spring and If you want
Paint that will stay paint It will
be well for you to glva-the con
tract to
W. T. B. CLEMM.
207 West Pike St., Opposite the Walk
er House. feblOdtf
IMIIHWtHHIIHnm
THE
Newest Ones.
: VERY LATEST COPY I
: RIGHTS RECEIV- :
: ED THIS WEEK '
; The Millionaire's Baby: A ?
, Woman uf the World; The Rose ;
? of Old St. Loul-; My Lady ,
; Laughter: The Castaway; My '
. Lady of the North; Tilly: The \
? Prospector: Baccarat; Double .
| Harness; Four Roads to Para- ?
. dlse; The Prodigal Son: Whoso- |
' ever Shall Offend; The Corner in ?
I Coffee; The Abliess of Vlaye; '
. The Blazed Trail: The Turke: '
J Atoms of Empire; The Grafters J
> and The Seeker.
! PRICE IS ;$1.25 EACH
! which includes a life member.
' ship in the Tsbbard Inn Lib
; rary.
i THE COUNTY MAIL |
BOOK STORE
: 1 317 W. MAIN STREET. ;
was delayed on account of the storm
and cold vcatber. The delay was
annoying to passengers.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
LUNATICS TAKEN
TO THE ASYLUM
A guard from the Weston asylum
passed through here on the flyer
Friday morning at two o'clock with
two insane mal<>s, whom lie was tak
ing from Wheeling to the asylum.
SWEET MELODY FLOUR.
t
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
There will be a meeting (5f the
1 stockholders of the Peoples Ranking
& Trust Company, of Clarksburg,
W. Vn., held a its office on Tuesday,
the 1 tth day of March, 1905, at 10
o'clock a. ni., to vote on the follow
ing resolution:
Uesolvkd, That the Peoples
Banking & Trust Company, of
Clarksburg, W. Va., be placed in
voluntary liquidation under the pro.
visions of the state laws, to take ef
fect April 3, 1905.
HUGH JARVTS,
Cashier.
The Peoples Banking & Trust
Coinpanv is going into voluntary
liquidation in order that its business
may be merged with that of tho '
Traders National Bank, under the
name of The Union National Bank
of Clarksburg, W. Va. Capital,
?300,000.00. lOfchlmd.
SWEET MELODY FLOOR.
SPECIAL
FOR THE WEEK
We have decided not to carry over any
LADIES RAIN COATS
Now is the time A I ft Q Worth up
to procure one. Hq ... to ...
Your choice.. . ? 1$15.00.
i t
LOOK FOR THE RLD BANNER
BAKER'S
% UNDERSELLING STORE,
J 355 MAIN ST. | Feb 2 tf w & d
? Hlllinil H++ H * nm I *** ? 11111

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