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^Choice, Greater Variety and Better Service by Sales Forc?|
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This year, of all years, should be one of practical useful Christinas Gifts. This very idea of USEFULNESS will be conspicuous throughout our store where every article suitable for Gift pur
poses will be a practical lasting memoir of the giver on Christmas Day and many following days and weeks thereafter. Hundreds of beautiful appreciative articles for Men and Boys are
now on display, packed in artistic Christinas boxes. - By choosing now complete selections are o ffered and we will lay aside the article and deliver on day and date you may specify.
This Man's Store is the Most Logical Place
Select a Christmas Gift For Him Because
We Specialize For Men and Boys
Whether your price for that suit be
$8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00
$18.00, $20.00, $22;50, or $25.00
.Whether your mind has been set on Blue Serge, Black,
Grey, Mixtures, Stripes or Brown, no matter what fancy
may have prompted you to want a certain feature. Remem
ber?at the Hub you are certain to find the suit you have
been wishing for at the price you have decided to pay.
Boys' Balmacaan
Overcoats, with Hat
to match, complete;
outfit, ,
A Xmas Gift which
will please your boy.
Without bluff or bluster, void of the idea of something
for nothing absolutely lacking sensational price slashing
these Hub Suits are possessed of genuine honest quality.
Its quality, Mr. Man, which makes the article cheap. At
Specially you will find here excellent values and the best
blue serge you ever saw at the price.
" All winter long your Overcoat will be your warmest com
panion. You want to choose one that you'll like, not only
when you buy it, but bye and bye.
From the hundreds of coats at this store, whether for
men or young men, your favorite pattern, model and mater
ial will be represented.
This store, which specializes for men and boys, offers
you better qualities, better selections, better values.
For instance, we have at
fifty patterns of the newest Overcoatings made of all woolen
materials in neat gray, brow, gray diagonal, mixtures, etc.,
and the popular Balmacaan. The
line comprises some of the best values it has ever been our
good fortune to show. Shawl, velvet, ulster or convertable
collars in three-quarter or full length models. Compare
them with some at $18.00 or $20.00 you have seen else
where. At .
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50
the highest art of good clothes making tailored into the
newest styles are ready for you, together with the largest
selection of Balmacaans in the city.
"Fairmont's Largest Exclusive Clothing Store"
fymfetg; Bratth (Ulxrfljes
life,. Opposite Court House
Christmas Letters
^Here's where your particular tasto lu given u choice selection of
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?cy and plain Writing Papers, Christmas Letters, Christmas Cards
d Seals. Our Christmas package Box Paper ranges In price
m "twenty five cents to the more elaborate at two dollars. Christ
fjfiivLetters at 5c, 10c and 15c.
TK& ;< "
Irivand Miss Loyd Sbuman, and
pnd- Junior were visiting Mr.
to. Luther Fletcher last Fri
Jftand Mrs. L. H. Hann were vis
s^at. Samuel Symths, one day last
iSwPV? '? ;i ?
fr.T;and Mrs. Lem Hayes and chil
li, of - Grafton, were visiting .Mrs.
gsjdaughter, Mrs. Liney Johnson,
J*last Saturday and Sunday,
as." Esther Poe camo home Sat
ay evening from John Kisners,
re ;She had spent tho past week.
?VJess Flowers Is still at Fairmont
Sere aho was called by the Illness of
"? mother, who is there at Cook's
jS; K. Poe and children were
on Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fletch
er one evening last week.
Mr. S. D. Smyth was calling on L.
R. Hann last Sunday.
Clarence Rumble and Loyd Williams
were FairmonUvlsltors last Saturday.
Miss Esther' Poe wae at Luther
Fletchers' last Sunday afternoon.
Wo wonder why there is no work
done on the roads in Marion county,
around here the people have to pay
taxes and the children can't get to
school half the time, as the breakers
luive not even been opened this fall,
it we have laws to compel us to
send our children to school wo should
have roads for them to go on.
S. T. Smyth and G. W. Stevons were
at Samuel Smyth's last Sunday.
The protracted meeting lias teen
In progress for somo time, but haa
delayed two or three timos on ac
count of the bad weather, but start
ed up again last Saturday night.
N. E. Fisher spent Friday with his
son, Joe Fisher, at Beechwood.
Gilbert Thurne lias been painting on
the new parsonage at Avertsvllle.
The Sunday school will have a
There will be a Christmas tree at
the Mlon also.
The Sunday school at Alnettsvllle
is progressing very nicely. A very
good attendance for the winter time.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Long received
word a few days ago from Fairmont
that their little grandson, son of Mrs.
Willie Saunders, was very 111.
Mrs. Nancy Smllh, who foil several
weeks ago and hurt her hand is Im
proving very slowly.
Miss Kate Snider in spending a
few weeks with Mrs. J. D. Michael.
Mr. Harry Kossol spent Sunday
with Emery Snider.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Michael spent
last Sunday with Mrs. Emery Snider.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a meet
ing next Saturday afternoon at the
Alnettsvllle Church. All aro cordially
invited to attend.
The Alnettsvllle parsonage Is almost
ready for the preacher to move into.
Miss Blake Snider attended the W.
C. T. 17. Bazarr at Morgantown last j
week. And also was visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Baker, and H. E. Brooch-j
The Teachors Institute was not.
very well attended at Georgetown last
Saturday and and Saturday night
H. E. Broochovor, of Morgantown.
was calling on Mr, and Mrs; Will
. .Miss May Snider returned home af
ter .spending fa fow weeks with" Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Michael.
Here's the Answer to a Very Puzzling
Just before tbe Christmas holidays,
when the stores are thronged by the
"last minute rush;" when you've oft
en racked your brains for an Idea that
will solve the question of what to
give husband, father, Brother Tom
or Jack; when you've looked back on
former trials, due to your having pick
ed the wrong tie or a misfit shirt or
socks that were too small?did it ever
occur to you that you might settle
the matter quickly and satisfactorily
without losing any beauty sleep by
giving him a glass humidor of Prince
Albert, the national joy smoke?
' It's a neat looking crystal glass re
ceptacle, holding a pound of the best
lilted tobacco mado. Whenever the
supply is exhausted it may readily
be replenished, and (ho humidor keeps
the tobacco moist, fresh and fragrant
all the time.
You will find It in all stores whero
tobacco is sold, and you needn't hes
itate to walk right In and ask for It
The cleric won't bite and the tobacco
either. The bite has been taken out
of P. A. by a wonderful patented pro
cess. Think of the pleasure it will
give "him" and the possible annoy
ance It will save you. It's a gift that
will not be slipped to the janitor or
tho office boy, like a tie that, doesn't
strike "hls"fancy. ,
And furthermore, when "he"! is
thinking of a gift for a business as
sociate or acquaintance or a male rel
ative, help, him out of the difficulty
by suggesting a crystal glass humidor
of Prince Albert. As a man'a giftjit
in acceptability
It's found at the nearest shop that
sells tobacco.
The Legals set a pace for the Pur
chasing trio from the start and de
feated them, two out of three games,
in the Three C. league on the Temple
alleys. Jackson and Shaftorman di
vided average honors for the match,
but Shalferman rolled the high indi
vidual score. The scores:
Stevens 85 85 78?247
Rowe 126 US 110?852
Jackson 113 120 135?863
.. .. 324 320 323?967
. 94 104 108?306
. 121 139 105?363
. 87 82 79?249
Totals 302 32S 292?920
You get the best PITTSBURGH
GAS COAL delivered promptly when
you order from McCOY COAL COM
! PANY. - -
Phones; Office v
Bell 129
1 Consol, 128
Mine: Bell 788-OT. ,
11-20-e. o. w, tf
A liberal reward will be paid for
the return ot the two boxes of 1915
calendars of the West Virginian and
Fanners Free , Press taken" from the
room formerly vacated by . the "West
ceipt of bill, if It has iieenj
made. j|gM|
The West Vlrflnian .calendar
largest mad?, and .haye;itl?|
picture, "A HoneymobnilnWI
the subject. The calendars?
Identified by the pictures?
printing. 1
cept to these papers and were perhaps
taken by thoughtless boys. No ques
tions will be asked if they are re
turned. Or if they have been remov
ed for distribution to the public, the
purpose for which they were bought,
we will pay for the distribution on re
A $5.50 Rocker, all Oak, Roll
Seat, very Comfortajble and
Popular for every day use;
Furniture Wo:

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