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XUK dABKSBCBG DAILY TELBGBAM?FBIDAY, FEBRI7AHY 13. 1907.
Empire Building Directory Alexander ft Alexander, Insurance, Bulte 428. Fourth floor. R. G. Altiier, Attorney-at-Law, Boom 653, Sixth floor. Dr. C. T. Araett, Pfcytfclan, Room 5S2, Sixth floor. D. D. Brttt, Otrll Bagtaeer. 'Boom 321, Third floor. Clarksburg Fael Co., Fifth floor.' Cook Goal ft Coke Co., Room 428, Fourth floor. Clarksburg Telegram Co., Printers aad Publishers, First floor, Main street Harry Douds, Room 761, Seventh floor. BlUot * Wlnehell. General Contractors, Room 208, Second floor. Empire Sign Co., 8. I. Butters and B. R. Jofcnaon Office entrance basement Fairmont Coal Co., Fltth floor. Fairmont ft Clarksbarg Traction Co., Raom 634, Fltth floor. Sr. R. A. Barnes Dr. H. E. Sloan Physicians, Rooms 2X0-211, Second floor. j Dr. B. A. HH1 Dr. 8. M Mason Physicians, Romas 201-202, Second floor. Holmboe ft Lafferty, Architects, Mm. 762-3-4, Seventh floor. | Dr. W. H. Holden, ! Dentist, Room 205, Second floor. 1 Dr. T. M. Hood] Physician, Room 318, Third floor. Hope Natural Qas Co., Rooms 7S7-8, Seventh floor. Mrs. U. E. Black-Krohme Milliner, Plsplay room, mesxanlne floor; work shop, room 206, second floor. Metropolitan Life insurance Co., Life Insurance, lulte 816, Third floor. F. 3. Miliar, Broker. ' Raom 641, Fifth floor. Dart W. NeU Albert L. Lohm Attorneys-* t-Law, Ihb 1M, Second floor. O'Gara Coal ?. lnlng Co.. bom 42?, Fourth floor. H. M. Pal irson. Lawn I', Ma. 661, Sixth floor. Wm. H. Poling. Lawyer, Roam 417, Fourth Pittsburg ft Pair? ont Fuel Co., Fifth floor. Pardee-Curtto I .umber Co.. Wo*. 754-6-6. Seventh floor Richards Construction Co.. Contractor*, 146-646 H-646, Sixth floor Dr. B. F. Shuttle worth. Jr., Physician, Mm. Ill-S, Third floor Short Una (Joal Co.. Kaam 418, Fourth floor Sperry ft 8perry. Attorneya-at-Law, ?01, 203 tt, 204, Second floor. ?tar Rig Red ft Supply Co., Oil and Oaa Well Contractor*' Supplies, Kaam 423, Fourth floor RIchsrd Scott, General Contractor, ftaom 121, Third floor. W. Frank Stout, Attorney-at-Law. Roem 317, Third floor. W. H. Taylor, Lawyer. ?earn 431, Fourth floor. B. F. Thompson. Attorney-at-Law, Room 419. Fourth floor. Dr. J. ?. Wilson, Physician, Raoms 111-3, Third floor Robert R. Wilson, Lawyer, Beam 414, Fourth floor West Virginia Casualty Co., Insuranoa. Raoms *41-4-6, Sixth floor. Olandua West. Coal. Oil and Caa, tit. Third floor. Two Dyspeptics If you are too fit it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle?strength. If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat are not properly digested and assimilated. Lean, thin, stringy people do not hare encwh Pepsin in the stomach, while fat people havt too much Pepsin and oot ?nough Pancreatine. Kodol For Dyspepsia contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach, and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect digestant, but it is a reconstructive, tis sue building tonic as welL Kodol relieves Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation. You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach, rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh. u mum Mr. ilm, tttf emu m4 Frvp*r*tl Ua lab oratory of LOJtVltt SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Yoj can't And better Cleaner*, Re pairers or Pressera anywhere thai here. What's the use of wasting your time elsewhere. We alio Cleas and Block Hata. Clarksburg Pressing Co Henry Heinz, Prop., Ill North Third St. Both Phone* SWEET MELODY FLOUR. ? Dade-* Little Liver Pill* thorough ly clean the system, good for laiy livers, make* clear complexions, bright eyes and happy thoughts. Sold by Frank O. Bland. SWEET MELODY FLOUR. GREEN LAWN A beautiful and well kept cceme tery near the city. All lots under perpetual care. Think what that means, perpetual care. For any In formation desired call 330 W. Main St., the cemetery, or 117 Home 'phone. 8WEET MELODY FLOUR. Be sure and get one of M. E. Black-Krohme's discount card* en titling holder to 50 cents dlscoum on any hat. SWEET MELODY FLOOR. Souvenirs given away at M. E. Blnck-Krohme's millinery opening, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb 21. 22 and 23. SWEET MELODY FLOUR. the Acme Collecting Agency will oollect your accounts Quick and turn your money over promptly. 110 South Third street The relief of coughs and colds through laxative Influence, originat ed with Bee's Laxative Cough 8y*r.i containing Honey and Tar, a coui syrup containing no opiates or p sons, which Is extensively said. B cure a bottle at once, obtain a gus antee coupon, and If not fnlly saun Aed with results, your money will be refunded. Sold by F. O. Bland. SWBBT MELODY FLOUR. Upholstering and furniture repair ing cheaper than ever. E. E. Allen, 664 West Main street, C. R. Odell'* old -stand. Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup con taining Honey and Tar 1* especially, appropriate for children, no opiate* or poisons of any cnaracter, eon forms to the conditions of the Na tional Pure Food and Drag Law, June St. 1906. For croup, whoop ing cough, etc. It expels cough* and colds by gently moving the bowels. Guaranteed. Bold by F. O. Bland. A PLAY OF MIX-UPS "The Gibsoa Girl," With a Heavy Chorm* Holds the (irud'n Iloards Thursday Night. Some of the Members of the Com pany Do Absurd Things, But It'* All In the Book. "The Gibson Girl," a play billed as "a bright musical comedy with a chorug of pretty girls who know how to sing and dance," and which de rives the title from the.gact that a. girl In it 45 years old Is the daughter of an old chap by the name of Gen eral Gllison , was presented at the Grand opera bouse last night. A small sized audience saw It. The chorus Is quite heavy; it con sists of-five women and they are not lightweights. Two of them look like they had left their legs out In the broiling hot sun one day until they melted down a bit and then moved Into the shade. They walk slue-footes wmch Is probably due to the melting Incident. In the first act they come skipping out attired In the most horrible cheese cloth suits in order to Introduce the soubrette. j a lively little creature who talks with an affected yowl that is quite touching. Then in turn enter the Gibson girls dressed In red light cos-1 tume; young Jack with a 'kerchief around his head, the old maid made up to represent a skull with an ex ceedingly high forehead, old Genera: Gibson who has just returned irnm Europe with his second wife and Heiney an alleged Dutch comedinu. The company comes In in pairs aud talk about a will that somebody left which provides for the inheritance of a couple of dozen millions to ' - General and a few others providing he and his daugthers are marlred ac cording to the deslreB of the testator. There are some songs in this act that are quite Indefinable, but the big chorus helps out wonderfully. In act two the "golls" come out In more cheese cloth gowns and the soubrette is dressed in black Site splashes her skirts around terribly and still strains her vol<*e. After a song about something or ? ther, each member of the company comes In and sits down in a chair to hear a hell ring. This Is kept up until the bell gives out, or the company tires ol the amusement and then they all turn their attention to getting mixed up. Everybody tells n lie about his relationship to all the other members of the company and the others go'prowllng around like a lot of dumb fools and believe It. The Gibson girl takes Heiney for her long ! lost daddy And all the others become bigamists. Heaney lost his clothes ] In the preceding act and he gets a kimono from the Gibson girl. He' puts It on and the General comes In and takes him for his long uuseen daughter. The fellow has whiskers on bis fact and masculinity 16 written all over him, but the general looks at him and says he Is his daughter. How in the name of Heaven the Gen eral figures it out Is a mystery but It's in the play and, they have to do it that way. Jack ruis in and talks about his attorney every once in a while until the audience believes he really has a lawyer waiting for him out in the wings. In the third act the old maid ar ranges a marriage between Count Bologna and the Gibson girl, the Connt being Heiney. The heavy1 chorus comes In attired in gingham frocks, makee a noise as near like a song as possible, and sklddoos. A lying machine in the left rear stage: records the lies that are told by the company as each comes in and begins to unravel the mixed up relationship and some one gets off that old. old, ancient gag about the grass widow and the woman who was married four times and must be a bale of , hay. The audience groans real heart ily at this. The chorus comes In again with Kttcnen aprons over the gingham frocks and Heiney sings a song about cooking that is the clev erest thing in the whole play. Its success lies In the fact that no at tempt is made to accord it to the written mosic. They get a number of recalls. The General does a So! Smith Russel recitation in this act. Finally everybody is straightened out and properly Identified. Jack marries the Gibson girl, the General la restored to his wife and his wife to him, the soubrette marries the butler, the millions that somebody died a?d left through an eccentric will come sprinkling down over all and the carUln (alls while the or chestra Is pumping (or dear life. TONIGHT AT THE GRAND Mr. B. C. Whitney, of Detroit, | Mich., the well known producer of j : musical plays, Is perhaps the young est of the great lmpressarlos of this country, and he undoubtedly has more successes to his credit In this line of business than any other man of his age. Not only has Mr. Whit ney spared no expense to make his productions perfect from a spectacu lar standpoint, and secured the best talent available for the various roles of his notable presentations, but he has also secured the exclusive services of Herr Gus Sohlke, who Is conceded to be the greatest creator of stage pictures and chorus evolu tions at present catering to the wish es of the amusement-loving public. The fact that the sparkling musical surprise, the "Isle of Bong Bong," which will be the attraction at the Grand opera house tonight Is under the direction of Manager Whitney and was rehearsed, by Herr Sohlke, should alone be a sufficient guarantee of Its merit. "The Choir Singer." "The Choir Singer," a play with songs, is the usually attractive offer ing at the Grand Saturday matinee and night. During Its recent appear ance in New York "The Choir Sing er" at once established itself as a metropolitan success of the first or der. An lipportant element In the play and which in a measure accounts for its popularity with theatre goers of all classes. Is the fact that attrac tive muBlcal numbers are logically In troduced, at appropriate times, the songs being woven into the plot which revolves around the efforts of the heroine, a young Virginia aristo crat. to conquer fate and fortune by means of her vocal talents. Elabor ate scenery and a large company of carefully selected metropolitan play ers assure for 1'he Choir Singer" a thoroughly adequate performance. MRS. KING BURIED IN ADOPTED TOWN Where Slit- Lived More Than Fifty Years After Coming From Ireland. Several Clarksburgers returned last night from Weston, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. B. King. Mrs. King died at her home In Weston Monday morning at 2 o'clock. She was born in Ireland in 1826 and came to this country when a young girl. She iB survived by the follow ing children: Mrs. C. G. Craig. Mrs. A. L. Gaughaii, Mrs. H. Benja min. Mrs. Fred Lyde, Mrs. F. Miller, J. A. King, Terrence King and James King, and a number of grand child ren. The funeral service was held at St. Patrick's Catholic church, high requiem mass being sung by Father Toner, Interment taking place at Machpelah cemetery at 10 a. m. Thursday. Mrs. King was one of the oldest ladies of the town having been a resident for more than fifty years and was widely and favorably known. She was a kind hearted woman, having none but good words and best wishes to bestow'on all. Her kindly sympathy and good cheer will be sadly missed. Those who at tended the funeral besides the child ren from a distance were: A. L. Gaughan, of Clarksburg: Fred Lyda, of Salem: Mrs. Margaret Mulheran, Miss Mary Gaughan, Miss Laura Lyda John Tlerney and James Kearens. Mrs. F. Miller, of Cincinnati, O., and James King, of Princeton, W. Va., were unable to get there in time for the tuneraJ. MARIE STONE IN JAIL. Marie Stone, a rather nice looking woman, hailing from this city, she says, is in Jail at Fairmont for an infraction of the laws of that city. She could not pay a fine of one dol lar and costs and so the mayor de tained her a short while. She was charged with loitering. Use a little KODOL after your meals and It will be fonnd to afford a prompt and efficient relief. KODOL nearly approximates the digestive Juices. It digests what yon eat. It Is sold on a guaranteed relief plan. Sold by all druggists. The Acme Collecting Agency will collect your money and give it to yon promptly. 110 South Third street 8WEET KBLODT FLOUR tils Sill CIGAR?5c. Iv Its blend is smooth, mild and mellow. The \VjT V filler is high-grade imported Havana Leaf, and the rl \ V wrapper is the very J>est Sumatra. You will find \1 \ mm BLACK AND WHITE a quality you have always had \1 \V to pay at least 3-for-25c. for everywhere. 1 \ 1 Two More of the 50 "National" Brands ^ \ LORD CARVER?the finest Sced-ui- STERLING CASTLE?made entirely Havana cigar ever prodnced. Unexcelled for leaf of high-grade selected Cuban-grown leaf. A genuine quality and workmanship 3 for 25c. and up 10c. clear-Havana cigar for 6c. straight These cigars are good examples of the better quality-for-pric* now sold by 2,000 Drug Stores ,TVa bast cagais in new sold in tha2,000Drag Stow having tha National Cigar Standi EmbUtn hi tha windaw. STURM & WILSON, STONE & MERCER, 116 Third St. Laymen Tell Their Experiences and What Salvation Is Doing For Them. Thursday afternoon's meeting at the God M. E. church was largely at tended and a spirit of freedom pre vailed which resulted in a very de lightful and helpful meeting. Dr. Wm. H. Hudson, of the First Pres byterian church, was present and rendered valuable aid in the meteing. Thursday night there was a good ly attendance and a splendid spirit ual atmosphere prevailing through out the service. Bro. W. J. S. Har mer, of Shinnston, was present and offered prayer and also gave a most Interesting account of the great re vival that recently visited Shinnston. Following Bro. Harmer's talk the tide of testimony flowed on until all the time usually alloted to the ser mon was gone. In the after meet ing which followed three came to the altar of prayer and two were hap pily converted. The usual afternoon meeting was held at 3 o'clock today and tonight the pastor will preach upon "An Up right Walk." All are invited to the Golf M. E. church at 7:30 o'clock. Arrangements are being made for a grand revival meeting rally day Sunday. Among other special feat ures it is expected to hold a men's meeting at 3 o'clock. In this meet ing it is expected to have thre lead ing laymen to give three reasons each why you should be a Christian. At 4 o'clocit a woman's and child ren's meeting is being planned. The full details of these services will be announced tomorrow. NEW LOCATIONS [NUMBER A DOZEN In Thin County By the Philadelphia Company, and Are to Be I>rllled at Once. The Philadelphia Company has made a number of locations in the county within the past few days. In addition to IU operations already in the county, which are quite extensive. The company has made one location each on the farms of C. D. Robin son and Lee Coffman at Rosebud, one on Oliver Robinson at Sardls, one on J. B. Flowers at Marshvllle, one each on W. N. Edgell, Edward Martin and M. Rogers at Olive, one each on Alex and William Flanigan at Katyllck, one on Lee Boggesa at Lnmberport, and one on the Harbert farm at the head of Jones's run. making a dozen new locations In all by that company. The holes will all be drilled at once. SWEET VKLODT FLOUR. : Robey & Haggerty :,7h^ painters 205 Main St. Are Prepared to do all kind of work In the line of House Painting, Paper Hang ing. Graining and all INTERIOR DECORATIONS All done on short notice. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished BeO Phone 66R THE MEMORY WE HONOR. GEORGE WASHINGTON'S the father of our great and glorious country, loved for his patriotism and loyalty, and honored for his veracity. We celebrate the anniversary of his birthday next week, and will try in the future, as in the fast, to emulate him in truthfulness In speaking about the character of our Loundry Work so as to retain the first place In the hearts of our customers. Quallty kept up. Prices pushed down. We would not tell a lie. feeleyr hand laundry, 111 W. Pike St.. war Pike St. bridge. ? ? ? ? ? + + +?? ? + *? + +????? +++++++ ????+?++ ********* ++++++++++++? + + + + ? + THE + + + + +? ? ? WANT AD. + + ? + ?? ? ? 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