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The West Virginian. [volume] (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1914-1974, August 27, 1917, Image 4

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| hat here has the i
that in the daily;
| the well-dressed man. 1
30 years serving mi
| that is valuable to you
RICHARD
| Men's Furnishings.
A Canni
? ^ Flni
PI 7vf* very popular,
i 0BBSWr Our selection
pr Prices $5
ROW
ME!
317 Main Street,
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Anderson'
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t he Best to
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| : Silk and C
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j We have t
pianos ever slv
I pianos to suit
low or lower I
Rk Fame grade im
i 'HIl suit your conv<
WKfUh.\ from. We ha
If J C.A.]
119 Main St.
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| | neauy ma
\ I for men and boys', also
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MERCHA
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Watch the |
Parade |
'ht fancy costumes catch ^
ad tlie young man wau ^
ew fall suit, overcoat or S3
satisfaction of knowing g
parade of business, he is w
^ew fall styles just arrivin
gives us an experience
GILKESON I
107 Main Street g
Now is the time for
ng mi tang
i Lot of Fresh Peaches
Is the place to get your enamel ware
; kettles, all kinds.
Is the time to can peaches and ere
a, all kinds of fresh trulta and canch
baskets and lunch boxes. All
talcum powders. New line aluminum
r fancy dolls, all klndg of toys and
ions, laces and embroidery. Come
RGE A. WALTER
217 Madison St- v
^ The Time for
ALL SUITS
men are buying early to Insure ret t1*
4m ?A YrieaVil A in
OlO^UUUi A* AO (MtliDBl/iO ?v f"; >w
rour needi. Gray, Green and Brown
th a tinge of the warmer colore are
1* complee. >
re you.
3.00 to $15.00
AND'S
N'S WEAR
Fairmont, W. Va.
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s Bon Ton
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:Hose /'*i|
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Children W|!
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he biggest and the prettiest line of (i
3wn in the city of Fairmont. We have J ]
every ones taste. Our prices areas j,
than any one could oiler you on tne v
strument. Our terms of payment to S
mlence. We have pianos from $76.00 a
ve a few bargains left In slightly 5
ave a few bargains left In sdlghtly S
It will pay you to look them over. All &
Ic rolls and Victor Records In stock. X
! up. We would be glad to have you A
Us in our new home.
atring is always nanging out. Drop In O
easant hour wth us and have us play 9
selection on the Victrola or Player (S
re looking for you in.
HOUSE CO.
IANK M. 8HARPE, Mgr.
Bell Phone 881 j
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de Clothing |
men's furnishings. jCj
loes for men, women and
iren. ?
epresentative of Royal ??
ors and Kirschbaum Made
irder to clothes. &
)Ie & Son |
NT STREET. &
.
Drop in this cozy,
friendly store while yoi
parade passes our store
will seat all we can.
All lines of fall shoes
veniently displayed. (
ed with the new shapes i
fall footwear for men,
children.
Just a few pairs of 0:
is late and we'll close the
gain prices.
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Shoes and hosiery for a
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Ciit Price
127 Mi
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Horn
JEWEL!
125 Madisi
Oppsite Watsoi
Headquarters for
Graphonola Outfits,
$25.00. On easy pay
New records receivec
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SCOTT
HAWKIN;
Shoes T
"SATISI
Men's and Boys' I
tumn styles ready.
314 Watc
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IF you have any diffie
the picture you migh
tion- If in doubt, call.
[see
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comfortable
i twice. We
jet acquaint- .
and shades of I :!
women anc
J)ISTY^
11 the family. '
ront Hurt Your Feet
Stand and Watch
The Parade
wear a pair of Miller shoes. j
lave the three big qualities?
>rt, Durability, Price.
7 fall styles now being disLER'S
! Shoe Store
lin Street.
117" HEN you go to the cir- jj
*" cus see this menaga- <
rie of Quality Schloss Made- I
to-Measure clothes. ?!
Herman's genuine army I
shoes. ?
Lion Brand shirts and col- ?
i ?
iars, s
J. L. Sapper j
317-3-9 Madison Street. ?
J
WAN
on St. ms>
i Hotel
Columbia
i monthly,
SCo. JM
;r St.
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a ' 1
ulty in matching the pieces of
t have a slight error of refra- !
Examination free. j
>TT'S
OOOO/)OOO?<0OOP!|MOMaOMa?N
YOU (
Fnfprni
jtFree
tc
They 1
" Below you will i
pear in the Sells-Flo
A small piece o
of the Fairmont mei
where the fun begin
Cut out the sma
tisements, and pasti
white paper, so tha
one in the center of
When you have
tising on this page,
the Sells-Floto circu
on the size of the ac
geither correctly, tl
circus provided you
The MmM I
that serves the public I
so well that it has I
ceased to be a private I
enterprise and be- I
comes a recognized I
institution, success- I
fully catering to the I
highest class of trade. I
You will commend I
bur service once you I
have tried it. I
ANDERSON'S I
RESTAURANT |
, i ' *
I
IflNG
idiiig iv At; j
, 75 Pers
ren You
see a large picture ctf'ffie:elep
to circus parade here next We
f this picture appears in eacl
chants on this page. Now, <
isill
piece of the picture from'ea
3 them as neatly as you can
t they will form a picture ju
this page. This is easy to do.
done this, hurry to one of ?tl
The porprietor has a number
s, the number of tickets i
Ivertisement- If you have past
re merchant will give you a f
are one of the first ones to t
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<
W FOLLOW THI
^j^tCfress
Mets Free eI?^foft
to the first eight y6^rS to C(
peraoni who bring On 111 full ?
tho solution of ths
pioturo puzzio to Men s Sumn
this atorit In light color
^ uea uo to $5.0
! sale for .....
eaMlmeret an
ateda, formerly
Wmtj*.SP^ MEN'S KH
W th CU'' b?'
gan ghirtt or
will cost 50c n
t ORIGINATORS ANU LUA0ERS O
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I I J?? #>11
k''..
'\ y '" V. ;
Bi H
rchants J
sons, M
All Abol
hants that ap*
idnesday.
1 advertisement fl
children, here is
i
ch of the adveron
a sheet of
st like the big 9
le stores adver
ui nincto iv
depending up#
ed the parts toree
ticket to tho
^ie^ ^
arllia
4
CROWD TO THEJ
UNDER
WJRj
Than a Circus
greatest money-saying ;
h<? vpsiv and lwhanfl for '
? W J I x H
3me (who knows) is now fl
iwing. I
ner Suits o AO I
s only, vat- UX
0, now on J
3 2.94 1
suits In For men's King Quit- fl
d wor- i'y or W. L. Douglei
sold up low shoes, that sold up H
to $5.00 pair. H
IAKI PANTS made QQ.? M
ttoms, sale price...
c 48c I
^ For men'? mesh or I
B n I brig- balbrlggan union sul-J-J
drawers, will be worth $1.03 nor M
ext year. year.
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