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^ 323-425 Main St.
he place that has the goods'
Start "1915" Right
by Getting Your
if? From
vr:r'r ; '
eS. Holts Co.
JK^JKlT^ttendance Desired.
alintembers' of Mrs. Mollle Levei
es class at the First M. P. Sunday
ilSare?urged.to be present Sun
Bori'lnj,1 iJanuary 3, as there will
bportattt'buslness before the class,
. ,
Watch Party.
ises'jMao Thompson and^Edlth
atte'rflcld: will entertain at a watch
ftbiel^erenlag at the homo of
KeflaUeffg sister, Mrs, J. W. Snow
ieri.fo'n Huymorfd street.
jvl? .Will Elect Officers.
J^Se;;iiinks anil Hupp: classos of the
Diamond street M.: E. Sunday school
t --i ? / . ? '
will meet Saturday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the church to elect offi
cers. All members are urged to be
Surprise Party.
Mrs. Florence Oray,. of Diamond
street, was given a surprise party
yesterday afternoon In honor.of her
birthday anniversary. Fltty-seven
ladles were present and a very enjoy
able afternoon was spent. The ladies
mot at the Diamond' street M. E.
church and went to the Gray home
In a body. Mrs. Olive Barnes, _with
a very interesting talk, presented Mrs.
Cray with a bo* of Havlland china,
the gift of the ladles. A tempting
course of refreshments was served
during the afternoon. The affair was
a complete surprise to the honor guest
and was greatly enjoyed by all pres
Helen Stealey Very III.
Helen, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Stealey, who has been
III for the past week, is seriously ill
at this time.
Personals. t
Mr. and Mrs. .John Hoult arrived
homo Tuesday evening from a visit at
Mr. Newton Merrifield, of Market
street, is quite sick.
The Literary Society of this place is
progressing nicely.
Revival services are In progress at
ML Zlon, conducted by Rev. Perkins;
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 D.
m. All are welcome.
Mrs. M. S. VanGilder, who has
been ill at'the home of her son, Les
lie. of the First ward, is no better
at this writing.
Samuel and Wesley VanGilder spent
Christmas with their uncle, Atha Van
Brooks Morgan is erecting a nevf
We are sorry to learn of the oil
leases being surrendered in this com
With a resolution to achieve a high
er education, and lift yourself out of
the drudgery of manual labor. Every
young man or woman should stimu
late their ambition for a higher eta
tion In life and a business education
such as is offered by the UNION BU3t<
NESS COLLEGE. This commercial
college will give you the desired op
portunity. Good paying, permanent po
sitions In the business world are ail
ways open to young people who know
how and can make good.
0* Fairmont, 512 Jacobs Sldg.,
Fairmont, W. Va.
V ? .. .x , Date.;. ... .....1914
Gentlemen: I am interested in the coure marked X in the*col
umn below, and wish to enter about ...... 191
Flease fnrnisli m efnll information about your school, cost of
tnition, book* and board, alir how long it requires to complete tie
course. Ranie .............,*...,.....
HgW^MtlJbOrthand. Frac. BooMceepin"*, "
,.v?&ftiiieu Form.
I Make Christmas Merry
V.- -
ii Prepare for it by joining our
. Ms&e small weekly payments and you will
v be surprised at the size of the check you will
" receive just before the next Christmas.
Come in and let us explain.
4% On Savings and Time Certificates
CAPITAL $200,000,000
Chorus Girls with The Movie Girl, the musical farce which will'be seen at The Grand Saturday Matinee and
Night. Popular prices, will prevail.
? : ?
? <?
Mr. and Mrs. G. X. Davis anil dill-1
dren of Clarksburg have been visit- j
ing relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Custer and chil-1
dren, Lillian and Mildred were shop
ping at Fairmont Wednesday.
Mrs. r? E. Tennant and little daugh-1
ter, Vivian, were shopping at Fair-1
niont Wednesday..
Mr. Luke I-lancs has been on tho I
sick list for a few daj-3.
Mr. and Mrs. 9augl I
Mr. llarland Lough was in fair
ciorit Thursday.
Miss Gene Hanos who has been !
working at Mannlngton has returned |
Mrs. W. G. Lougli was shopping at |
Fairview one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Custer gave'
Christmas diner Friday. Thoso pres
ent were Mr. 'L. J. Lough, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Tennant and Uttle idaugliter
Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lough and
children, Edwin and Norma,- Mlssea
Cene Hanes and Eva Toothman and
Mr. Harland Lough.
Mrs. J. R. Kniseloy was shopping [
at Fairmont a few days ago.
Miss Louie Dicken attended preach
ing at Fairview Sunday night.
Miss Delia Mercer, andMr. A. F.
Mercer of Fairmont were visiting
their sister, Mrs. J. R. Kni3eley on
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Flultarty of Fair
view, were visiting at Mr. E. J. Ten
r.ant's Friday.
. Mrs. W. M. Knisely was visiting her |
sister, Mrs. F. L. Hunter of Ann's]
Hun, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lough of Lau- j
rel Run, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. [
A. H. Blllingslea Friday.
Mr. Glenn Lowe was in Fairmont]
Mrs. William Hunter of Laurel j
Run Is sick at this writing.
Mrs. Frank Barnes and child of |
Fairmont are visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Michael was I
visiting tbeir daughter, Mr3. A. L. j
Moore of Fairview Friday.
Mr. Charlos Ice, who lias been j
working In New York has returned I
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Michael and
Frank Swearingen of Fairmont \vero
visiting at Mr. J. E. Michael's Sun
Mr. L. J. Lough took dinner witi
Mr. E. J. Tennant Sunday.
Mrs. Arlice Reeso was at Fairmont |
? <
There was a large crowd that at
tended (he Christmas tree at Tover
baugh, Christmas evening and every
body enjoyed a good time.
Mrs. Cordelia Boord who was call
ed to Shinnaton by the serious illness
and death of her grand-daughter, Lu
cille Boord has returned homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stevens were vis
iting the letter's parent, Mr. and j
Mrs. W. S. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tetrics of j
Edgemont spent Christmas with Mr. |
and Airs. Edward M. Selfresh.
Miss June Heckert and Mr. Artie I
Wood were visiting Miss Hazel Wood |
Christmas evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Parrish and
Herschel Boord and Miss Hazel Wood
and Miss Elsie Michael attended the
funeral of Lucille Boord at Shlnns
ton Monday.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. S. Parrish and I
family attended tho Christmas tree at
Anndrel! on Christmas eve.
Mr. Roscoe Sturm was visiting bis |
mother In Fairmont list, waelc.
Miss Ceorgia Sturms -who has beeaj
staying with Mrs. John Martin has j
returned home.
Mrs. Zeltle Watson lBj..viaiiing her
sister, Mrs.-Josephine ParriBh.
Mr. Andy Marltn was visiting
friends In Enterprise laat week.
,,'Mrs^ Della Parrish and Mrs. Rhea
Hartley were in Fairmont ? last we?k.
' sea;
Favis spent Christmas in Fa'rr.on'.
Mr. uml Mrs. C. N. Parrlsli were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wood
Colonial Theatre Will Present "Amer
ica," Using Over One Mile of Film.
"America," the first great New
York Hippodrome producing to be
done in moving pictures, Is scheduled
for presentation at the Colonial thea
ter on Friday. January 1, 1915, for
one day only, which takes over two
hours' run for the films of 6,500 feet
and In seven wonderful parts. For
years film magnates and others have
pursued the Messrs. Shubert with
offers of fabulous sums for the right
to film Hippodrome spectacles, but
a'ways without success. This, be
cause of lack of confidence on the part
of the producers in the ability and
resources of the applicants to proper
ly present the spectacle. Hence It
remained for the great Hippodrome
Inventive gnius, Arthur Voegtlln and
William J. Wilson, the eminent stago
director, to evolve,specific and com
prehensive plans which met with the
approval of the Messrs. Shubert. for
Colng tlio gigantic task properly and
with reasonable assurances that the
outcome would approximate Hippo
drome standards. Thus it was that
"America,", the greatest succes ever
produced at the New York Hippo
drome, came to be perpetuated In
moving pictures.
Thus it is that an old saying, "You
must take your children to the Hip
podrome because they can't send the
Hippodrome to you," is relegated.
Now, all that is best and most entic
ing about the greatest theatre on
earth. Is available everywhere on
earth at a very low cost to the indi
Uses Hatchet in
Fight; Fined $25
John Barto was fined $25 and costs
in Justice M. It. Musgrove's court
Wednesday afternoon. Barto was
charged with slashing Walter Han
som with a hatchet Sunday night.
Officer Lawrence S. Fleming arrest
ed Barto. Barto.was assisted In his
defense by J. Price ICirby. Assistant
Prosecutor Ernest Bell represented
the state. The fine and costs amount
ed to $38.40. Barto paid and was re
We want to tell those In Fairmont
s-uffering from stomach or bowel
trouble that we are agent3 for the
simple mixture of buckthorn bark,
glycerine, etc.. known as Adler-i-ka,
the remedy which became famous by
curing appendicitis. This is the most!
thorough bowel cleanser known and j
JUST ONE DOSE relieves sour stom
ach. gaB on the stomach and consti
pation almost IMMEDIATELY. You
will be surprised at the QUICK action
of Adler-i-ka. For sale at Martin's
Drug Store.
A vaudevlile programme will be of
fered at the Hippodrome the last half
of the present week that is sure to
start the theatric! season of 1915 off
with a rush. Hunter and Chappelle
will offer a comedy singing and talk
ing sketch of rare-track life. Weston
and Sytnoa_ds_ are song patter, spec
ialists who" will present bright bits
of melody, mirth anil terpischore. A
special feature' will be ;Betty, Fred
ericks and company in the classy
comedy hit, "Tainted Moneys" 'An
added attraction ,on Friday is thejjlat
est episode .of the "Perils 'or Faulihe"
"picture:An Essanay, two-reel fut
ure picture entitled "Whatsoever r
?Woman Soweth" and a Biograph "The
I.ittle Drudge" complete the prize
program. ' '
The Fairaont^Jun^ora*?4 local baa
? I
Tells How To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds.
You" feel One In a few moments.
?Vour cold In head or catarrh will be
gone. Your clogged nostrils -will
open. The air passages of your liead
will clear and you can hreRtbe free
lv. No more dullness, headache; no
hawking, snuffling, mucous discharges
cr dryness; no struggling for breath
at night.
Tell your druggist you want a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a
little of this fragrant, antiseptic
cream in your nostrils, let it penetrate
through every air pasaage of the
head; soothe and heal the swollen
inflamed mucous membrane, and re
lief comes Instantly.
It is Just what every told and ca
tarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuff
ed-up and miserable.
Fairmont High
Wins Good Game
The Fairmont High School basket
ball team defeated the Alumni team
fairmont' sports
of 1914 in a close game at the Y. M.
C. A. floor last night by the score of
36 to 28. In the first halt the High
School boys had the best of it, while
the Alumni lads came back strong In
the second half, cutting down the
lead materially. Rlggs for the Alum
i.; was the star of the game with Reed
r.nd Hamilton playing well for_the
Iligh School. The score:
HIGH?36 pos. ALUMNI?24
Knight F Wilson
Hamilton F Fleming
r.eied ...C Rlggs
Swiger O ^ynch
W. Wilson G Hawkins
Substitutions?Reed for Hamilton.
Jeffors for Reed. R. Hawkins for Swi
ger. Alumni?Windsor for Fleming,
Hawkins for Rlggs, Riggs for Hawk
Field Gills: High School?Knight
I. Hamilton o, Reed 6, Swiger 1, W.
Wilson 1. Alumni?Rlggs 6, Hawk
ins 2, Windsor 1.
Goals from Fouls: High School
Knight, 8 out of IS; Reed none out of
1.. ' Alumni?Wilson, 5 out of 11
Rlggs none out of 3.
Alumni awarded point on foul at
Time of periods?20 minutes.
Deeds Filed.
Irene Cook and husband to George
Herling a parcel of land in the J. Fay
Watson addition to the city oC Fair-i
' Eases Quickly When You Apply
a Little Musterole
And MUSTEROLE won't blister like
the Old-fashioned mustard-plaster. Just
spread-it onwith.your fingers. It pen
etrates-to the sore spot .with
tingle, loosens the congestion and draws
out all soreness and pain.
MUSTEROLE is a.clean, white oint
ment made with oil ormusUrd. There s
nothing like it
Throat Bronchitis, r Tonsihtis.^Croup,
Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia, Head
ache,. Congestion,
Lumbago, Para' and Aches of the Back
or Joints,:Spulns, ^re^UEdM, Bruis
es. Chilblains, Frosted Feet, Colds on the
Chest (it .often prevents Pneumonia).
Nothing like MUSTEROLE for croupy
?C/At"our druggist's, in 25c and SOc jars,
and a special large-hospital siie for4zJ0?
"b? .ore youget ,the,,genuine
V Style ?nd Quillty
|? Price*
Temptingly Low
Stirring After Christmas Sale Tha
Enables You To Save Money
Here is a sale that will interest womea^%jw|g
wish to purchase high-class Coats, Suits. Srrasea
Skirts and Millinery at a very small price.
a sale that you should not overlook'. TakejyJyw
tage of the opportunity to purchase any
Coat, Suit, Dress or Dress Skirt:or?^^l
Our Store at Half Price and tessl; ..v.
Hundreds of Stylish New>^
Garments to Select From.
The Great Bargains
Offered This Week
Will Enable You to Purchase Much ^
Little Money. ^
Styles are such that the garmen?s.w%Jg
fashionable during January, Februg^
March and April. k
Every Garment is Tailored CorreoS
?? f ai^SSBl
Hayman Grecnnouse Co.
Watson HoU-1 Bld^Both Phonos
montl Consideration, $1,000.
O. J. Flaming and wife to G. G.
.Michael a parcel o? land In the vll
lage of Edgemont. Consideration, $1
and other valuable consideration.
Vital Statistic!.
Birth and death certificates were
yesterday filed with the county clerk
for recording as follows:
Births, Dr. L. N. Yost, one. Deaths,
H. Gaskins, one. Carpenter and Ford
Guardian Narned.
Edward Wilfong was named guar
dian of Robert L. Wilfong and Her
bert L. Wilfong. Bond of $25 was
given in each case, amounting to $#u
In all.
Wilbur McElfresh was named guar
dian of Walter N. and Truman B. Mc
Elfresh. Bond of $200 in each case,
amounting to $<00 furnished.
Oar Industrial Power Department ii oom]
the application of gas for power, either thro
or (team boiler.
We offer you assistanoe in solving yonr i
out obligating you.
Our aivioe is given only after we make
present equipment A report; of
whether you decide to do business with us or
If othen in your line of fcusi*es cm pro]
tou can also,
There ii no time like "SOW" to get the f
yonr case.

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