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: IN THE
FRONT ROW
HEADLINERS TONIGHT.
Stock Productlona.
Hippodrome The Money Spender
Pictures.
Princess A Virginia Romance
Grand... * Twilight Sleep
Nelson The Man from Yukon
Dixie The Heart of the Hills
Ideal Charlie Chaplin
MANAGER MILLER, ol the Grand,
is coming to the rescue of local
tab lovers, whose desire for
something good in musical comedy has
been very much overlooked since the
closing of tho Colonial. He promises
them ihe real thin?; next Saturday, aft moon
and night, In "September
Morn.' it ought to bo a pretty good
show with such good singers, dancers
and comedians in the oast as Ruth
Wilklns. Maud Williams, Valaro True.
William Moore, James Barber, Hilly
Murphy and Leslie Jones. It is announced
that the company carries a
chorus much better than ihe average
musical comedy.
The Hippodrome Players again
pleased Hipp patrons with a splendid
performance of "Tile Money Spender"
last night. Tho story had a good (Ira
mane element sou .jusi tne rosin
amount of comedy to make a wellrounded
entertainment Mine I.cP.oy,
( whose clever work is elways a note
worthy feature of every play In which
she Is cast, -,vas the recipient of much
applause In her portrayal of a character
part. Miss MtKlnley who is the
central ilgure of tlio plav and about
whom all the action of the play reI
volves, Is extremely great She wears
several stunning gowns, among which
Ib a charming Paris crentlou made 111
the French capital nml specially Imported
for Miss McKlniey. Mr King
lakes advantage of tlio several opportunities
offered by the piny to display
;omo rare dramatic skill. The same
alll will bo repeated tonight. Thursl
day the Initial performance of "An OH
Sweetheart of Mine" will he given.
It is a pleasure In anllripate the excellent
1)111 the Princess has In store
for Its patrons today. Ueverly Payne
and Francis nnslnnan, who recently
set the movln world agog with their
unrivalled production of "Romeo and
Juliet" are the stellar lights In "A Virginia
Romance," which Is the headliner
at this popular photoplay house
tonight. The play Is In itself full of
gripping Interest, hut with theso two
clever stara it Is given added attrae
tiveness.
Ronald Bradbury declares that he
has had to bo bo villainous In the different
"Girl from Frisco" episodes that
he Is ashamed to look at his own face
In the dressing room mirror. A chapter
of this series, entitled "The Oro
Plunderers," Is at the Nelson today.
Ollla Klrkby, who recently appeared
with Marin Sals In "The Social
Pirates," Is now with the Kalem
Company and appears In the new
series of newspaper stories, "Grant,
Police Reporter." Miss Klrkby shares
honors with Dare-Devil George l.arl
kin In the third episode of this series
*.. at the Nelson today.
"The Country Store" will be revived
at the Hippodrome this Friday
night, and arrangements have been
m SICKNESS-TAKE
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CREATES STRENGTH, VITALITY,
GOOD APPETITE AND ENRICHES
THE BLOOD.
After Illness, such as gripps, colds,
'overs and other weakening sickness,
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and purify the blood, that will shut I u
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' i. i! need something that will revitalize
y .ur em ire system and give you a
start to better health. You need a
t Lime tried tonic like Old Hickory Ton]
Ic, which a family of physicians for
over a half century mane up and gave
to their patients when sickness had
lowered their vitality uiul ' sapped
their strength.
The very first day you take Old Hickory
Tonic you will notice results. Your
appetite will improve and you'll feel
stronger and brighter. Before you
take a single bottle you will he so
pleased with your rapid Improvement
that you will want to continue the
treatment until entirely well.
-? There Is not a drop of strychnine,
opiates, digestive ferments or nauseating
oils in Old Hickory Tonic, it is
rich in IRON?the kind of iron that the
human system can most easily absorb
The healthful tonic herbs, roots and
barks that it contains In extracted
form quickly rid the body of poisons
and Impurities.
Your druggist has It for sale. lie
sure that you get Old Hickory Tonic.
"CERTAINLY DID
WONDERS FOR ME"
SAID MRS. NEELY
Rivesville User of NervWorth
Relates Her Happy
Nerv-Worth Experience.
Mrs. Neely has a message here
which should be carefully read by every
victim of nervous Ills and by every
friend thereof. Sufferers from
headache are especially addressed:
"I have taken onp bottle of Nerv'
Worth and am almost cured of a
headache that I have been troubled
with for years.
"Anyone suffering from nervous
headache I ask them lo be sure and
take a bottle.
It certainly did wonders for me."
MRS. RACHEL, NEELY.
Your dollar back at Crane's Drug
Store if Nerv-Worth does not benntti
rare
JACK LONDON'S DAUGH'
INE
imnw\ \
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Hk ft ? ' '
DAUGHTERS OF JACK LOXPO
their famous father. Joan, aged Jo, i
is a sophomore In high school at Oak
mother, London's first wife. " Both glr
dramatic ability, inheriting the for
front their mother.
London's first wife was Bessie M
dern Fisko and of Emily Stevens, t
Madderu. leading lady with Otis S
the Misses London.
The two daughters of the note
of their father's books and are adm
made that will outdo all previous efforts
in this line. There will be a
I greater variety of merchandise and
more of it than on any previous occasion.
"The Heart of the Hills" which is at
The
Thret
<M i04
Urn
I DON
TOlf
EDI
DON'
Put
starts
home.
;
If you are well fl
yourself, help yoiu
tive. Tell them ab(
THEM TO BE PR
i
'
rERS
[ERIT FATHER'S GENIUS
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X. who arc mourning the death of
s a senior, and Bess, aged 14, at left,
land, C'al,, where they live with their
Is have displayed unusual literary and
mer from their father and the latter
addern. She is a cousin of Mrs. Madwo
of the best known actresses. Merle
kinner, is her niece and a cousin of
d author are making a special study
Irlng readers of Kipling and O. Henry.
the Dixie today is an Edison in five
parts, the first one of which is a prologuo
in the atmosphere of the Far
East. The native garb of India is seen
much in the main action of the story,
which is laid in England. The plot is
one of love and tragedy and full of
Americai
?r
,'$) J?
'>n nil'
If You Pay Ren
Take the last five years 1
you can buy with them.
c
Buy Your I
>t listen i
T1
is steadily placin
UDDAUf Thursday.
J11 Illy if M. the last
jWAY a
T DIE I]
There will never I
This and what th
your rent money to work foi
you. If you can pay rent yoi
If you can't pay rent you ca
.xed and comfortable 1
' friend or your rela>ut
this sale. ADVISE
ESENT.
BUTLE
EFF PE
IMONT, WEDNESDAY EVE
stirring adventures. It Is a bit gruesome
in final disclosures. The denouement
shows that the heroine's
father had been burled alive through
mistake and the daughter who had
been accused by her persecutors of I
causing his death is finally freed of the
charge. |
Miss Hazel Wylde, the popular en- :
genue of the Hippodrome Flayers, is
a great admirer of football, and al- 1
though the duties of her profession ;
prevented her seeing many games this
season, she followed the doings of the
pigskin chasers through the sporting
pages of the newspapers with a great j
' deal of Interest.
"I think football Is a splendid same."
s lie remarked yesterday during an intermission
In the rehearsal of "An Olu ;
. Sweetheart of Mine," which is to be '
; presented at the popular house the last
i halt" of the week, "and 1 am sorry thai
| 1 haven't the opportunity to see the '
' games that 1 lurmerly had. To my '
i mind, football is a splendid tiling lor
' any young mnu to engage in. it so
, typifies the battle of life and gives ;
! them the courage ami zeal which stand 1
I them iu good stead In later years when '
I they are battling with the world, inj
stead of facing a rival eleven on the :
gridiron."
OI.D STAGER.
? ? ???
The general Fancy Work Uooth at
| the First M. E. Church Hazaar Dec. 7 1
' :iml S. will tfliou* 4hi? fin.-.wt iio.niiomosi (
of all description*. Quilts and nunforth,
beautifully made xvill hi* oiforcn
'among the varied urray. The prices '
most moderate.?Advt.
I Shaking a stick at a gold fi ll won't i
j make it mad or change its mood. 1 i
NELSON
I ?THEATER?
SO SHALL
Roby Adair anil Virginia ICIrtley a
drama which carries a strong mora
J awful force witli which one is held ni
of morphine. The story does not snor
| audience, but leaves one of the virti
end. Tlie son, who has not reached i
is saved.
TARGET OF DREAMS
THE NEW S
This Single reel Is well adapted fo
Ham. Bud. Etliel Time, lienry Mar
more than usual ability, and they a
number.
>o*' CCQM 1 TO 11 D !\
t You're Making 1
bunch of rent receipts down to
:ome 1
iome.
ro THE see
le Faithful 1
g YOUR HO
December 7th at 2 1\
lots will he sold at
;he fine asphalt Country
i Boulevard.
M THE i
)e any more Land Lil
tere is will go HIGHE
you. The first payment
l can live in your own
in't live in any one's home.
POWELL THE
FREE TROLLEYS I
OFFICE AT 1
EACH SA1
R-LINDS
LAND AUCTIONEER
1RRY BUTLER, Mgr., Office :i
1NING, DECEMBER 6, 191
V I |
BITS OF I
STATE NEWS |
More than 4,000.000 tons of coal were
shipped over the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad during the first ten months
of the present year than during the
same period last year according to statistics
compiled at Huntington. The
railroad handled 2.223,080 tons during
October from the New lliver. Kanawha
end Kentucky districts compared to
2.175.256 tons during the same months
in 1015. In 1912 the shipments for October
totaled 1,362,680 tons. Shipments
of coke in 1916 were more than
doubled over last year.
I'arkersburg dairymen have advanced
the price of mill: from nine to
;en cents a quart
The University of West Virginia will
send a team to Columbus. O.. to take
part In the annual contests of the Intercollegiate
Urult Judging League
which is composed of teams from the
states of West Virginia. Kentucky.
Pennsylvania. .Maryland, Ohio. Now
Jersey and Delaware.
The Whltnker-Oiessner Company at
Wheeling lias awarded contracts for
lite construction of a five story adi
it ion which will cost $200,000.
Coal operators of the Kanawha Valley
are of the opinion that heavier
previous season The importance of
shipments of coal from that valley will
Have linen made this fall than in any
die Kanawha river in connection with
the coal industry was not fully appro""
W3BHE5PBWBBW??B?i??IB
f TOMORROW
THURSDAY
YE REAP
re featured in tills three reel Selig
I. The play pictures strongly the
ice lie becomes iiddictcd to the use
ificc its point for the feelings of the
ms of the lialiit go to un untimely
such depths as his father, however,
? A two reel drama.
ALESMAN
r the quartette that arc seen in it.
(Inch Thnv ;ir<? n /?nm<?#!?? f
. <! V W \ UlU iUUI 1)1
ro seen to good advantage in tliis
T. ADMISSION 5c
I
rS for F
fhis Piie Grow B
ivn. (They represent pood it
r ni ? ? v-*
l \jf lit
Make a Pile c
>FFING OF
land of Tin
'ME further be;
Friday and Saturda
open the NE WDB
EDGM01
/ALLE\
;r, HIGHER an.
Easy terms will be ma
secures your lot. If you
for you. Don't lost youi
AUCTIONEER
?EAVE TRACTION
:30 P. M. ON
JES DAY
AY COI
S, ATLANTIC CITY
102 McCrory Bldg., Fairmon
:
r< "-'.Vy-..'
g
elated by many of the operators until
Here was a shortage of coat cars on
the railroads, necessitating the making
lot many shipments by river. More
! towboats are now operating on the
Kanawha river than Over before.
??? 1
B. R. Miller was elected constable i
In Blue Sulphur precinct of Cabell
county. Miller died a short time after
, the primary election in which lie was
' nominated. Those In charge of arranging
the ticket overlooked the fact
that the nominee had died nnd 110 one
took the task upon himself to have i
some other candidate selected prior j
to the general election.
A shortage in bricks In Kanawha
county this winter is predicted by
manufacturers. So much building has .
been in progress during the last year t
that all the plants manufacturing i
bricks have orders ahead sufficient toj
keep operations going tor six' or eight
, months.
I
I-aw.vers of note from Virginia. Mary- j
t land. Kentucky. Ohio and Ponnsylva-I
nia are expected to attend the annual 1
meeting of the West Virginia Bar As
HIPPODROME
LAST TIME TONIGHT
A Great Play
The Money
Spender
Tomorrow Night
"fin Old
Sweetheart of
Mine"
Friday Night
Big Country Store
Tlio KocI UTO lioirft "1TAV
|| AliV MVOV TT V 1IUTC C'tl
|l "ad H
(cuts
igger Every Day i
ioney paid out by you) See
E
)f Your Own.
THE SKEPr
ne
^ond your reach
y, December 8th and 9th at
1VELOPMENT
NT TERR;
r OF DI
a HIGHER.
de. A small deposit on the pr
can't come yourself, send son
r chance here.
I Beautiful presents I
do no have to buy to f
souvenirs see Scott's,
fer & Brownfield.
VIP ANY
t, W. Va.
PAGE 9 K
soclation on December IS and It in ?Bluetletd.
An Interesting program it a
now being planned by Charles McCain
Ic. of Wheeling, secretary of the aaao>
elation. A large number of cotnmlb
tees have reports of Importance wffiireBM
will be submitted at the conreptfou, j
A feature of the meeting will be
banquet. urrauBements for which are ;
being made by n committee composed J
of Judge Joseph M. Sanders, Judge H.
A. Rita au<1 P. E. French, of Blueflgld, ffi$ I
and It. J ,E. Strother and J. J. Deetne,
ROLLER SKATING^
at the Rink m
TONIGHT
CASTOR IA 1
For Infants and Children -i
In Use For Over 30 Year*
Signature of
Treat Children's j
Colds Externally }
Pon't. <loe? dclicato little stomachs with
harmful internal medietas*. Vick's "Vs|w
Cl-ltub** Snlvo, applied externally, rellere*
by mlrilntion aa a rapor and by absoxpUon
through the shin. Vick's can be used 9
freely -with perfect safety on the yotmgeaS j
xnoroVwv of the frmily. 25c, 50c, or 81.00.
YKK5
Are You Worn Out? 1
Does night find you exhausted-^ .1
nerves unsettled?too tired to.sMU
scorn
EMULSION
is the food-tonic that corrects Aew
troubles. Its pure cod liver oil is
a cell-building food, to purify and
enrich the blood ana nourWh
the nerve-centej.s. Your "jNfc
strength will njspond to
Scott's Emulsion?but see Tiff
ilhat you get SCOTT'S.
bcutt & liowac,.'Bloomtield,N.J, krtt
FOR WHO? , 1
how how much
ncs! -' I
H
"J
VCE I
lLAY j
"REE to ALL. You
?et a present. For
Hall Co., Riheldaf

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