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STOCK O
You will find it a plea
here. We are placing oil rect
from our manufacturers.
You will see
*- here . styles that will
please you and the correct
size and width to fit
; you. Xf it is new, we
have it. Widths A A A to
Tan Boots
I I Just received a large shipment
of English models?
for women, all sizes, widths
AAto D.
Price $5.00, $6.00, SpO.50
j We call attention to on
wear. You can find a sty]
3,rst. | iwft
tAi.
hose who do not Tead the news
the day know little of what is
pening in the world. And those
I Ton Can Do Better at the
pi m ECONOMT
) ETTEKITimE STORE
145-147 W. Main St.
and others who work about fires c
: Keep a bottle on hands, appl;
; " surface. It will cause no pain bv
f -relief. Apply often thereafter, ai
t , suits. Sold by all Druggists. 25c
Manufat
Manuf acta rlr
I ; Bucklm.ni]
I The gift no sooi
Brownies as
'iSSraS9 ?'' r *1r- '- 'l?v::'.':-'v';: ^ r'' r/A-fiBp'
firair
cqu:sition 1
>unt with the West
valuable acquisition g
firing safety and H
t service which is so
nts subject to check j| 6
MA BANK 1
Eta. w. tjl
EL JL -EzrrTjcnO, Csibln. E
aixtaat CrhMcb. |
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R LARGE |
F SHOES
sure to buy your footwear
our shelves now Sboes di- |
FT7
Brown Kid Boots
We are showing a number
of new styles in this color.
Nine-inch lace, with Louis
Cuban heels.
Price $7.00, 510.00
/
11* stock of Men 's fine Foote
here fot* every occasion,
as we carry the lar- ?
crest stock in Cen- ;
*ZJ
t.ral West Virorinin.
CD I
? If you want to be :
y pleased come here.
We can suit you.
Price $4.00 to $8.00
d Bras. & Gore
LU51VE SHOES
who fail to Tead the ads In the Telegram
know little of values?or of
what Is happening in the storeworld.
bWlTZJtlK.
Cleaning
French and Dry Steam
412 N. 5th St.
ffntk oJled tor snd DettreraA
n
WORKERS I
an find no better remedy for burns
!
jr as soon as possible to the burned
it instead will give you immediate
id you will be surprised at the reBottle.
:tured by
YOUNG
tg Pharmacist,
ion, W. Va.
N/
)AK
rter epened thaa I
used.
>m $6.00 up.
low as $1.25
& LAW CO.
ON ST.
Sj
THE DAI
DON'T LET YOUR J
MANT, INVEST IT !
WHERE YOU CA*
For $
Quick sale, lot on cornei
streets, 217 feet In dopth anc
Whitman Addition, stop
cottage, barn, chicken house a
? . Price $3;5C0 on Tin
% '
Hp* Fine property on Mecbaa
for rent or aale. ~
Frame, slate roof dwelli
Hill Addition, flnisbed In oak.
Price $
Lot In Colonial Heights
feet.
Price 3
5100 down, balance on eas;
Fight room frame, slate
st reet, between Pike and Mali
$3,500?for I
$1,500 property on Nor
cheaper property.
-THl
Willison & I
405-6-7 GOI
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SKETCHES OF I
OHP N1
bbCMm Bnrtn] R*?mi 121-120 B
Str?
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.?Speaking
of snubbing the gentleman of the
press! Remove the bar laps and in.
cline the listeners to the story of a
private filium on which Mrs. Vernon
Castle flickered through three reels
at the Ritz-Carlton.
The RItz is very exclusive, very indeed.
Any person with the silghtest
touch of uncouthness is not permitted
to enter the sacred portals. They
might disturb the lanquid, bejewelled
ladies smoking their cigarettes.
The advance notice of the film Is a
auidCbiafort r>\
~ L / Jlake known your
li^TTx^X \y/ wants, or desires.
?' ? * and by all meaiiB
keep "Mother's Friend" nearby, for in ,
If1 trAll AO tv v.nf AAmnl nf a /wntiAA 1
I" / vu V?*J. yub WiU l,*J V,VUUUCI4VD
And reliability an a means of assisting
nature In accomplishing Its wonderful
work of preparation. "Mother's
Prlend'* soothes the distressing pains
and gives relief from morning sickness,
as well as makes an easier delivery.
Get a bottle at your druggist?nse
externally?and note the
satisfaction received. A free hook on
Motherhood will be sent all mothers.
Write for one. Address
The Bradfield Regulator C<x,
213 Lamar Bldg.,
Atlanta, Ga.
I White and G-old Hats I
for I
DRESSY WEAR
also
TAILORED HATS
Prices Cannot Be
Equalled.
See Us First.
M. F. Blark-Kwhms
The Milliner
Gore Bldg. Pike St.
Boom 12, Second Floor
ME OAlNayr F03
Freah Today fr
y2, 1, 2, 3 and i
Telefphone yo*ir ord<
WeUdi
&ruma:&
[LY TELEG
MONEY LAY I>OREN
GOOD THINCrS
T MAKE MONEY
500
r of Davis and Stealey
I 141 feet In rear.
10, WilBonburg, five-room
ntl two acres of land.
ie, or $3,300 Cash.
iic street, near Fifth Street,
!
? I
i
ng on Kelley Street, Kelly
;3,250
on Seventh Street 30x120
?1,200
<i payments with interest.
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roof dwelling on Chestnut
i streets. Ii,
Jasii $3,400 1; ;
th Street:. "Will trade for
r
lennison Co.
?F BLDG-. \
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JTTLE ^ /
SW I ORK
O. (X MdNTYRE I
fotel lUjMttc, Weil Smatr-Mtofid 1
~?o>
literary gem of the purest ray serene.
It read in part:
"This showing is designed for the
army and navy defense organizations!
and the personal friends of Mrs. Cas-i
tie. Members or the press will also'
be admitted. But it is the sport hope j
of the concern that only white shirt-'
fronts will be in evidence."
K must have been very embarrassing
for the members of the press who
are accustomed to attending affairs at
the Ititz-Carl ton garbed in sweaters
and overalls and possibly chewing tobacco.
A roughnecx crowd?these
reporters?but how necessary they
have been to lift Vernon and the fair
Irene from mediocre jobs to fame and
fortune.
William Thaw is back in town. He
has been aviating on the other side
and only a few weeks ago extras] were
out that he had been killed. I saw
mm dancing me omer mgnt in me
grill of the Majestic. He was the center
of a gay crowd and while he was
gay in a way I noticed that he stuck
to lemonade.
At another table nearby I saw Marjorie
Ram beau, a pretty young actress,
who has just made a big hit on
Broadway In a new play. And she did
not dance. She has been too busy per-,
haps winning her way to stardom to
absorb the intricacies of the fox trot
and tango.
She was with her mother and dining
quietly. Miss Rambeau at all
times wears a pretty cameo brooch
which she prizes highly and to which
is attached a great sentimental value.
It was at one time worn by Edwin
Booth in a Shakespearian play.
Some fifteen or eighteen years ago,
when Don Marquis, the sweet singer
of the Sun, wore his hair long and
sported a big bow tie he belonged
to a little group of serious drinkers
who used to tank up on Omar.
In speaking of it the other day, he
said: "In one_year I put twenty-seven
* "
Trv one of our stoves
? ?
for that room that is
hard to heat.
. H. A. SPENCZEB,
j 1X1 N. Third St.
Bell Phone 199
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0 " . SB
1 THiMt&saivwa
om tihe Factoiry
5 Pound Boxes. ^
ar for Tha^ksgiviiig.
slivetr it.
s'waacssoosF
RAM
astral pounds onto my soul by bending
the paychlc elbow."
In a pawnshop window on the Bowery
the other day there appeared a
pair of pledged baby shoes that had
not been redeemed. A reporter saw
them and scented a sob story? and
he found It.
The baby shoes had been pawned
by a mother, who used the money to
buy medicine for the child. In the
home were three other children without
any clothes and they could not be
sent to school.
The father had gone to the guttei
through drink and finally deserted
And the woman, it was learned, wae
at one time a member of a prosper,
ous family living on a fashionable
uptown street and she ran away from
an exclusive girl's school to marry
the man who deserted her.
The parents were notified of the
mother's jflight and rushed to the
dingy apartment In the limousines
They are reconciled now and she hae
gone back to them to live In plenty
CRAZY BRAKEMAN SHOOTS
ACTOR, THEN KILLS SELF
ABILENE, Kan., Nov*. 28.?A de
mented mind caused Paul \V. Fagan, c
Santa Fe brakeman, to fire three re
volver shots through a plate glass dooi
of the National hotel, striking Arthui
M. Beamish, member of a show company.
The shots struck Beamish, entering
his arm and two in chest. Hh
condition is not serious. Fagan ther
iired a shot into his left eye ant
died within a few hours.
For some time he talked of secret
service men following hlra and of latt
was being treated by a physician foi
x nervous breakdown. He was preparing
to leave for Kansas City to
visit his father and a sister, Hele-ii
Fagan, a nurse at Grace hospital.
RUTH LAW GETTING
READY FOR RETURN
FLIGHT TO CHICAGO
Ruth Law in flying toga.
Theae are busy days for plucky
Ruth Law, the daring aviatrix who
"flew from Chicago to New York. She
is now preparing for a return trip ir.
a monster new aeroplane of the
latest design. The first trip was
made in a Curtiss machine considered,
obsolete
j
Hot Tea Breaks
A Cold?Try This
Get a small package of Hambur
Breast Tea, or as the German folk
call it, "Hamburger Brust Thee," a
any pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful
the tea, put a cup of boiling watc
upon it, pour through a sieve an
drink a teacup full at any time. I
is the most effective way to breaa
cold and cure grip, as it opens th
pores, relieving congestion. Als
loosens the bowels, thus breaking ;
cold at once.
It is inexpensive and entirely vegtable,
therefore harmless.?Advei
tisement.
TUESDAY
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; 3 Easily Incr
I [h Credit fe
WYou know that you :
even build a home of youi
time be your problem.
L7- J Credit established wit
| hr Bank may serve as a read
Ml ir a man even pays by
K" he may establish his credl
wj- If you have never u
rfTl privilege?open a checkln,
: Hj Increase your credit stand
b MERCHANTS Ni
3 CTiAmEHCBU:
pH Give us yox
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$ .Doivt he sati;
J money to your ered
P vals. Make weekly <
$ way to make your
^ strengthen your fin;
sr it. Your aceount is
| 4% Interest Paid
^ Capital $250. i
^ S'arp-L'iis (Earned)
\ bmpi:
fj NATIONAL
ILhI clarksbur
gl
A store would soon fall if it paid
for' any considerable amount of adEven
a very enthusiastic advertisement
of real estate is not often misleading?for
a good real estate bargain
justifies some enthusiasm in advertising.
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DFPARTIVII
| 1831
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Carpe
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Row is the time to
Bugs, before the n
spring. All Rugs and
vemiber 10th, and wil
again. With our sto
grades of Wilton, Bot
sters, Velvets, Tapesl
Carpets, at a low pric
' W?lri1\rtr TTrtlTH
uy t I l<1.TL I I tg J W Lii.
See Our F
Ri
I In Tapestries, "Velvet
1y bound- at 98e and $
They Will IS
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r, NOVEMBER 28, ip.
RCHAKTSi
;KSBun^t?vA^ m
fors M
ease Your Eg ,
tanding g ^ j
need credit if you would tO -
r own. Credit will some- FH
PVj
|i"Tn
;h the Merchants National frTjH
y reference anywhere. '"H
r Check through this bank Etj
it. y rH
tilized a bank?it's your tU
g account here and easily rH
ing. FH
RffflUJIl DAKV t3'
iiiuiittLi umuv lHd
RiGr, W. VA. JK
ir business. |9; ^
?L^1l j jj
IMF
ngth of a t '
ink Accoin' 1
sfied with placing <
it only at long inter- i
deposits?that is the n
account grow and *
xncial prestige. Try ?
invited. ?
fln Savincr Arrnnnfc P
i JIMI^ *-JI-W-W 11^ ryq
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100.00 j V
$250,000 \ |
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BANK jff| I] |||
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vertising in the Telegram .which it ' .jjlr
couldt not make it to your interest - ?*/
and profit to read and answer.
The next dozen Telegram classified
ads which you answer, will probably
get you acquainted with a dozen
phases of this city's life that you
never encountered before.
jwNDEsf
iNT STORE
1831 |
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tv: !!;j;!:; | la
ts and
igs
buy your Carpet and.
, -'
ew goods arrive for | |
Carpets advanced No
1 advance January 1st
iv'j
ck complete in all
ly Brussels, Axminnries,
and all grades of
e, you will save money
base nowv v
" ^il |
temnant
3gS
and Axminsters neatL.25;

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