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rFtll'indAWinter.line. rf-Woolenii
ready for your inspection. Thtie
cool evenings are suggestive of heav
ier Suits and Pall Overcoats.
Distinctive Character
Quality In paramount in. every article offered in thl? gto? ? that
quality whicli is known to those who demand only the beit in jeweln
'?of distinctive character at muderatt price*.
' RIHELDAFFER & BROWNFIELD
THE JEWELERS.
AT THE SIGN OF THE STREET CLOCK. \
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M66losKey's Drug store
512 LOCUST AVENUE
THE BEST YET?FOR
Perfumes Holly Papef*
? ? Perfume Atomizers Holly Vines
Book? Wreaths
Boxed Chocolate Polnsettes
Manicure Sets Bells
Boxed Stationery Candles
Christmas Cards of all kinds Moss, etc.
A. B.Koon
Manufacturer of
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS.
Dealer in GRANITE AN D MARBLE.
214 JACKSON STREET.
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PURITY FLOUR
It makes a white flaky loaf, with a good taste. We Guarantee each
?ack, ?o buy "a sack and let us prove our claim.
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For Sale by ALL GROCERS.
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Miller-Clark Grain Company
P. S.?Bouquet Floor for Pies Jid Cakes.
H. C. VOELKER
Upholstering and General Repairing. Mattresses and Feathers Reii
,;1 ovated., Bicycles and Supplies. Umbrellas Re-covered.
; 318 MONROE STREET. Consolidated Phone G93
it' -V; ?' .
Under New Management
| BVThe Kenyan Heteh^l
| OUR MOTTO: "CLEANLINESS AND COMFORT WITHOUT EX-_
TRAVAGANCE."
EUROPEAN PLAN. RATES REASONABLE. A HOME FOR COM
MERCIAL MEN. WE ARE INSTALLING PLENTY OF SAMPLE ROOMS
' \SriTH OFFICE AND LOBBY ON SECOND FLOOR.
CHAS. E. McCRAY, Mgr.
Jo Gas Consumers?
We advise against the use of Rub
ber Hose for Gas Purposes. To use
it is very dangerous.
Fairmont Gas Co.
Fraternal News
Co. H., First "West Virginia. National
Guard, Meets; every Monday In the new
Armory, Jackson St. Captain. Charles
Neptune; 2d Lieutenant. Earl Michael.
Co. I. Meet* every Wednesday In new
Armory. Captain. E. B. Carskadon: 1st
Lieutenant, Francis Thralls: 2d .Lieuten
ant, A. D. Bell.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS
MASONIC.
Fairmont Lodge No. 9. Meets In Ma
sonic Temple first and third Monday* of
each, month. Francis E. Nichols, Sec.
Orient Chapter, R. A. M.. No. 9. Meets
In Masonic Temple second Monday of
each month. Francis E. Nichols. Sea
Crusade Commandery, No. 6. K. T.
Meets in Masonic Temple every fourth
Monday. Francis E. Nichols.- Sec.
Fairmont Chapter No. 34. O. E. 8.
Meets In. Masonic Temple first and third
Thursday. Helen Fleming. Sec.
i. o. o. r.
Marlon Lodge No. 11. Meets every
Tuesday In Odd Fellows Hall. E. M.
Taylor. Sec.
Palatine Lodge No. S3. Meets even*
Monday In Odd Fellows Hall. First ward.
W. H. Stoneklng, ec., 304 Columbia St.
First ward.
Mountain City Encampment. No.' B.
Meets in Odd Fellows Hall on the first
and third Fridays of each month. C. K.
RIggle. Scribe.
Patriarch Militant. Meet* In Odd Fol
lows Ha!! Thursday evenings. W. S. Plt
7.0r. Captain: L. C. Fltzhugh, Clerk. 507
Jackson avenue.
DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
West Virginia Lodge No. G4. Meets ev
ery Monday night at 7 p. m. at Odd Fel
lows Ha!!.
Seven Stars Lodge No. r?4. Meets every
Thursday evening In Odd Fellows Hall.
First ward. Myrtle Orrahood. Sec., 305
E. Barnes Street.
KNIGHTS OF GOLDEN EAGLE.
Moots in Muscrrnve Hall. W. A. Crowl.
M. of R.. 417 Locust nvnnup.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Mountain City Lodge No. 4$. Meets at
Flomlntr Bldg. Thursdavs nt 7:30 n. m.
?T. C. Miller. Cook hospital. IC. of R. and
8.
Marlon Lode:#* No. 27. Moots nt Mar
ket nnrl Merchant.' First "Ward, every
Tuesday.
Mountain Oltv Temple No. K. Pyfhi'in
Sisters. Moets Tuesday In Fleming Bldg.
Mrs. Alice R. MIIW. M. of R. and S.
K. O. T. M.
Showaltor Tent No. 7. Moots every
Frldav nlfht In MoKlnnev "Rldir.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE.
No. 9 moots ovry Tuesday* evening at
212 Mudlson. E. L. Morris. Sec.
A. O. U. W.
Fairmont T,odcro No. t1. Moots In Horn.*
Savings Bank Bldg.. every Mondny even
ing. J. IT. TCIrkhond. See.
A. A. I. O. Knlqhts of Malta.
Mountain Stnte Oommand^rv \'o. 444
Knights of Malta, meftts evory Wodnes
day evenlnir at 7:30 In Odd Follows TTnll.
corner of. Main and Monroe streets. Cha:?.
Neptune. S. K. C. A. D. Pnrrlsh. He
cord or.
T)ont Hive No. 7H3. Ladles of tho< Mod
orn Maceahoes. Meet* the h,1(j tltlrrV
T^rldnvs of esoh month nt 7:30 n. in. In'
? ho Tv. of P. TTnll. Tho nfTl^ers nro: Ora
Evans, eommnn^or: TCHzoheth Dcnt^ree
ord keeper; Millie TC. Evans, finance
keeper.
KNIGHTS OF TECUMSEH.
No. 1 moots every Monday oven lug ?t
Oir^nn avenue near Madison streoL W.
F S#?r.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
White Camp No. 6473. Modern Wood
men of America, meets every Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In their hall in
the Skinner Bldg. 10S Main ireet. A. R.
Dougherty, Venerable Consul; C. W.
Walker, Clerk.
B. P. O. E., No. 294.
Meet* at Elks' Home. 419 Main street,
near Madison, every Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock. Charles D. Barry. Sec., 22S
High street.
I. O. OF R. M.
Setting: Sun Tribe No. 16. Meets on
Thursdays at 7:30 p. m.. at Red Men's
Hall. First word. H. Ernest Hawkins,
IC of R.. 18S State street. First ward.
Waneta Council No. 6 (Decree of Poca
hontas). Meets at Red Men's Hall. First
ward, every Friday.
A. O. H.
Meets every second Sunday at Knljrhts
of Columbus Hall. M. J. O'Neal. Rec.
Sec.
Boutllou Division (Toadies Auxiliary).
Meets first Friday of each month in
Knights of Columbus Hall. Grace Mc
Donnel. Rec. Sec.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
Meets first and third Mondays In old
Mnsonic Hall, cor Main and Madison
streets. Charles Armbruster. R. S.. 120
Chestnut street.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Meets In K. of P. Hall. Fleming Bldg.
H. T. Jones. Clerk. 203 Albert Court.
MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES.
MARION CO. MEDICAL SOCIETY.
Meets last Friday of eneh month In
Fleming Bide. Dr. C. W. TOjddcll. pres
ident: Dr. 11. R. Johnson, secretary: Dr.
W. H. Rands. Treasurer. Board of Cen
sors: Drs. C. O. Henry, C. L. Holland,
L. N. Tost.
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY
TRAINMEN
Meets every first and third Wednesday
and second nnd last Sunday In Red Men's
Hall. J. F. Alexander. Sec.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS.
Moots even* first nnd third. Stindav In
Red Men's Hnll. Fred Brummnce. Rec.
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE
UNION.
Meets every Tuesday In Wlllard Hnll.
W. C. T. IT. Bide. Mrs. A. T>. Menenr.
Rec. Sec.: President. Mrs. Jennie Enple;
Rooretary. Mr?* J. TT. Reckman.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOC1A*
TION.
New bulldlnir. Fairmont avenue nnd
First street. J. M. Hartley, president:
TK. T,. Butcher, secretary; J. O. Watson,
treasurer.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Fairmont T.odsre No. 1022. Me?*ts ev
ery Thtirsdnv nlsrht nr. 7:30 in old TC. of
P. Hall. MeKlnnev Bide. Dr. J. K.
Offner. nrosldent: M. J. Ppnrlman. Rec.
GERMAN BENEFICIAL UNION.
Ment.? first nnd fourth Sunday* of p.ich
month, at .118 Monroe street. Fl?vd Bon
ham. president; TT. C. Voelker. See.
A. O. T7. W, Meets every Mondav pv
eninc nt 7:30 In the Weodman of the
World Hall In the RInner Bldp.. 112 Main
street. J. 'T. TClnend. recorder.
"Decree of Honor of the A. O. T*. W..
^Teets on the second nnd fourth Monday
evenings nt S o'clock n< the some nine".
TJMs l? the ladies' decree of the order.
.T.T-T. KlnkMil. "Recorder.
THE AMERICAN INSURANCE! UNION.
Meets eneh second end fourth Tnesdav
of the month nt 7:30. in the TC. of P. Halt
on Main street.
Falrmonf T.odcre No. 9. T.ovnl Order of
Moose. M?ots every Wednesdav evening
nt 8 o'olork In Macrnbop ITnll. McTCInney
Bldg.. 317 Main street. E. T,. Morris. Rec.
MILLER & MIL?
Fire, Casualty, Plate Glass and Automobile Insure e,
Jacobs Building.
PERSONALS
Mrs. T. S. Hardesty, of Mannington,
and (laughter. Mrs. C. C. Shepherd,
of Boston, Mass.. were visitors in the
city yesterday.
Miss Virginia Gasklll. who is at
tending school in Rochester, N. Y?
arrived home today to spend the holl
days with her parents, Mr. and Mr3.
J. C. Gasklll.
Nicholas Crowl, who attends the
Western Reserve College in Cleve
land, arrived home today to spemJ
the holidays with liis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Crowl.
George Hough, who Is attending
school at Poughlceepsle, N. Y., will ar
rive home Monday to spend the holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Hough. He will remain for
two weeks.
Miss Frances Bell left today for
her home in Bloomlngdale, 0., to
spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Smith will
spend the Christmas vacation in Mor
gantown with the latter's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. J. A. Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Welton will go
to Keyser to spend Christmas with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wledebusch will
spend Christmas with relatives in
Westernport, Md.
Miss Ida Slawter will go to Wheel
ing Monday to spend a week. She will
spend Christmas at Bridgeport, Har
rison county, with her sister, Mrs.
M. M. Bartlett.
Mrs. Russell Lockrldge, of Browns
?ville, Pa., is the guest of her Bister,
Mrs. Alex. Riheldaffer, in Rhea Ter
race. Mr. Lockrldge expccts to spend
Christmas day here.
Mrs. Richard Carter and son, Jolin,
and daughter. Miss Betty, who had
spent the past several months In Kan
sas with relatives, have returned
home. They are residing on Madison
street.
Mrs. Noel Race, of Cleveland, O.,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. Jas. R. Linn, in Fairmont ave
nue.
L. G. Roop hase returned from a
week's trip to Aliiancc, 0.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett, of
Greensburg, Pa., will spend the holi
days with their daughter, Mrs. E. B.
Moore, In this city.
Noel Weaver, of Morgantown, ar
rived here last evening. Mrs. Weaver
and 6oa have been here for several
days.
Miss Emma Oderbolz left yesterday
for her home at Big Falls, Mich., to
spend the holidays.
Miss Inez Brookfleid has gone to her
home at Smithfleld, W. Va? to spend
the holidays.
The Misses Edith Dean and Helen
Webster, teachers of domestic science
In the High school, have gone to their
homes in Brockport, N. Y., to spend
Christmas.
Russell Weimer, of the High school
faculty, has gone to his home at
Scottdale, Fa., to spend the holidays.
Miss Mae Neptune has gone to her
home at Barnesvllle, 0., to spend the
Chirtsmas vacation, J
D; L Mailers & 60:
YOU WIEE FOR US AND WE 'Will WIEE FOE YOU. f"
BOTH PHONES. ^
D. k MAYERS &la >
111 FAIRMONT AVE. ' '"t
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i MESSAGE
[FOR TOEJ
Your plumber is responsible for the sanitary arrangements of your ^
houie, and this in turn is reaponiible for the health of your household, pro
tect your health and your peace of mind, by engaging the servicies of a
plumber who can be depended upon. We can.
IU7.E. MARTIN*
Repairing
Bell 640 -Phones - Con. 310
;.,v.
7he National for Better Service
It requires less effort for us to give you the best of service bee
of our many years' experience in overcoming; the obstacles always in .the
to success. You KNOW when you send your work here $11111
roadway
it will not be used to experiment with. We'll go about the work with a
dead certainty horn of knowledge, sained by years' of experience.
The National Dye Works
It. F. PARKER, Prop.
116 Meredith Street.
Opp. Bear Fostoffioe.
All work taken
up to the 23d will be j|
Finished before Christmas
Schwaier's Studio
Bell Phone 401-J.
Doffin s
CONFECTIONS AND DAIRY LUNCH.
KM,
?A 1<;
OYSTERS SERVED IN ALL STYLES. DELICIOUS HOT CHOCOLATE
WITH WHIP CREAM.
SHRI
steam;
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A "Light" Lunch #
? ' .; ' "' 'i
Just one taste of these wonderful EDISON
MAZDA Lamps in your, dining:-room wfli'^|||
whet your appetite to have them in every,
room in your house?wherever there is an felll!
electric light socket./" .
Edison Mazda Lamps t i
?Without increasing the amount of current used, the?e lamps gin):
fliree times the light that old-style carbon lamps
This economy puts the safety and. convenience of - electriplijjMj
vrithin the reach of everyone. BHHj
, Paoked five in a row in a handy carton.
Monongahela Valley Traction Com'pajyS
MADE IN FAIRMONT.
It is made clean by modern machinery. It Is baked clean in a
even. It is sold clean in sanitary breaa wrappers. Your grocer sellsttffij
KNOW KNAME BREAD. If not call the Model Bakery on either Phone.
And trade with a home Industry. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Model Steam Bakery
306 Barney St,
ern-n
nltar;
' not
HOOFERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS. WASH AIR FTOTOCTI
A SPECIALTY.
SLATE, SLAG AND TIN ROOFING. HARDWARE, PAINTS, Oil
VARNISHES, STOVES AND RANGES.
CO&IISW Telephone, ?7.

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