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Ifl IN THE i' | FRONT ROW I ntAULINbnb TONIGHT. The Stage. Hippodrome...Where In Your Daughter The 8creen. N'elson The Cyclone Princess The Pallscr Case Dixie The Fleming Cue At The Nelson. The Nelson Is offering a'new Mix production with a climax that overr~ shadows all of his former achievements. The story is brimful of Impressive situations. The cowpuncher star takes the part ol a Sergeant In the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police and surpasses even himself in the feats of agility and horsemanship that he performs In the sacred cause or love and honor. The climax Is one of the most sen1 Rational stunt spectacles ever scroenied. Perhaps no other actor ever has attempted such a feat, and there was some doublt fT even Mix could do It. Cut he scorned the evident danger. The recklessness of the "man who never fakes" reaches a hieh water mark here. Alter a series of exhaust-! ing experiences Mi*, on hln favorite j horse gallops up three flights ot stairs, landing on tHe roof of a house.! The roof gives way under the great weight, and horse and rider crash through successive floors into .the buserhent where a terrible fight ensues. The effect is stupendous. The Princess. l'or superb acting?acting which denotes on the part of every principal, a successful effort to express tho highest degree of intelligence and emotion, "The Paliser Case" is a photodrama that could he hardly surpassed. Paulino Frederick, already listed among the moBt distinguished of screen artists, gives a performance remarkable in its reality and pictureequcness. Sensitive, magnetic, vital, this Goldwyh star fulfills every re"* qulrement qf her role. Tho sfory has nothing new to offer. ] The plot if handled less skillfully, 1 *s;<ht assume the outlines of cheap I melodrama. Ambitious young ainger, i talented but penniless, subjected to a i hasty union for convenience, illusloned by discovery that the ceremony was iraudulent, retribution coming to her 1 betrayer?these are the tried and true 1 ingredients for an old-time thriller. But the. production shows a legical arrangement of incidents, an admira- -I ble management of surprises, a .profusion of invaluable details and evidences of skillful direction, and in elevated to the ranks of dignified dra ma, intense with emotional climaxes. , Only in the murder scene does the element of cheapness appear and momen-1 tnrll,. Un.l - i?? > >cuu uii uiL-cuior eiiect. L The Dixie. J K Harry Morey th his" latest produc- ! tlon "The Flaming Cue" Is on the W) hoard at the Dixie today and tomor- , j row. A fine supporting cast with Mr. J I Morey makes the picture one out of t I the ordinary. , I f he Btory deals with the adventures ; L of a secret service man In an endeavor ft to track down a band of counterfeiters , f Advises Steaming Nose, ! I Throat, Bronchial Tubes With Antiseptic Vapor! Scotch People say It destroys pernic- i ious Germs and purifies air passages < To get rid of coldr. and end ca tarrh don't take chance3 with drugs I vu?i, uoinwja ine neari. I Do as tho Scotch folk do: Get a j I f mall bottle of Haelanol at any pharI macy. L Pour a few drops into a bow! of ft boiling water, bend your head over i I the bowl and breaths for three mln utes the pleasant, soothing, healing B germ killing vapor deep into the lungs. Do this every night before going to I bed and keep the membranes so healB thy ^hat the germs of flu won't have a chance. It gives wonderful relief B from colds and bad catarrh and cost3 V almost nothing says Fairmont Pharl macy who Bells lots of it. mm ? I The next is I Telephora It goes to pr BL A v%v?s2 ripin |l thitchesap] % telepb x/ op h D. R. TAI Tab 12900 H 1 1 single handed. The featuer Is tilled with lore, adventure mystery and suspense. The Invisible Hand, the Antonio Moreno serial Is also on today and tonorrow. The Hiooodrome. Tomorrow will see the close of one of the most successful stock engagements that has appeared at the Hippodrome for some time. The final play, "Whore Is Your Daughter?" delighted large audiences yesterds/ at both performances. Tho play is one with a splendid plot full of action and at the same time it has Just enough comedy mixed through It to make it really enjoyable. Contrary to some folks predictions every player in the company put Just as much, If not more "pep" Into this bill than they did In their first (That Is If that is.possible). Miss Jerome has a role that sho handles splendidly, and every one agrees that she Is really a very capable little actress. Mr. McDonald the leading man who has become very popular is likewise at his boBt. The entire company put real life and enthusiasm in thin, their last play. Next week the Hippodrome will again rdsumo its old policy of vaudeville and tabloid, offering tor the opening "Hauks Sunshine Review." an eighteen people musical comedy headed hv Miss Helen Kennedv and Tom Coollns, two of the cleverest folks cn this circuit. MONONGALIA MUSINGS The recent display/of the Northern Bights created much commotion in this region. Some took it as a token of this, others as a sign of that, etc. Weddings were delayed, courtBhips obstructed and divorces postponed. It was truly an inspiring Bight, yet as natural as sunshine ana clouds, as drifting snow and evening's breeze. "President Wilson once said that nothing makes him so tired as to be told something he already knows. There can be little wonder then, that he requires a long rest. Who has not been made tired bv aroundlesn asset Lions, absurd conclusions, half truths, shallow criticisms, flimsy flapdoodle md slobbery sophistry? It seems too good to be true, but It is reported that a movement Is on loot to revive the custom of teaching 1 SAVE HALF HOUR OF HEADACHE Asplronal Elixir Relieves Right Now. Tablets and Powders Must Wait to Bo Digested?Absolutely Safe. The next time you have a headache ;o to your nearest drug store, hand the plerk half a dollar for a bottle of Asplronal and tell him to serve you two tcaspoonful in a little water. With . our watch in your hand count off two ninutes and call for your money back.; is per manufacturer's guarantee. If i-ou can't foel your headache fading iway within the time limit. Doctors recommend and druggists suarantee Asplronal because they enow it acts so much quicker, without he slightest danger to the heart and joeauso it removes the cause of bilious ind sick headaches by Its gentle aclon on the liver. Asplronal corrects biliousness and constipation, thereby preventing the return of your leadache next day. All druggists incite and expect you to try Asplronal io don't be bashful. Everybody is dong it. Same guarantee applies to ?rtlHn rniiffha nnH nancaltrfn -?A<?w PROMPT REUEFI for the acid-diatressed stomach, try two or three Kl'MOIDS after meals, dissolved on the tongue?keep your itomach sweet?try KI-mold??the new aid to digest,Ion. MADE BY SCOTT ? BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION iSW 11 sue of the e Directory ess on 26tll EXTE jsmrpoTDKic [ONE COMPANY VEST VIRGINIA 'PAN, Local Manager. Fairmont, W. VRj ' / / ' HE WEST VIRGINIAN, F . ? ?? spelling, reading, writing and arlth-1 metic In the public schools. It Is claimed that there are 300,S 000 Illiterate persons in Massachusetts. If that be true there Is little likelihood of defeating Lodge for thf U. S. Senate. Now, that we have no whiskey, why should our streets be so wide? [Everyone walks and drives straight these days. ; England now claims that this ] i-uuiiu > is uneaten wiui proiueers. Don't these deluded eouls know we have fair price committees in nearly every town? S. C. MUSGRAVE. ?_ -> LYCEUM BUREAU. MORGAljlTOWN, W. Va.. April 8.? The Mqnroe County Farm Bureau has started $ome unique work in the organization of a local lyceuin course. Twenty-four local ministers, lawyers, teachers and other well trained persons were secured who agreed to make community life talks on current topics, applicable to the special community in which thoy were to be given. These persons were to speak on a circuit mapped out by the Farm Bureau. Each club before which they finnonrpri war tn nnv PirnmiRPR and bar! a voice In selecting the speaker and VNHMMCMHMByHMHMRRHMMMMMWHMB g You may need a | I little sulphur ? To Help Eliminate and Regulate the Functions of the Body. Sulpherb Tablets a Boon to Womankind Who Suffer. Not only a boon to womankind but to men, women, boys and girls, Sulpherb Tablets have proven 'to be the simple, mild but most effective, in the overcoming of conditions primarily due to constipation and inactive kidneys. Women suffer periodically, and at such times suffer in silence, when if they could only know that the sulphur, cream of tartar and herb extracts in Sulpherb Tablets would surely bring relief, there would be millions made happy and free from headaches, backaches, languor, constipation, pimples, eruptions, etc., due to accumulated poisons in the body. Mrs. E. Phelan. 189 Cambridge St., Boston, writes: "In reading your good adyice to others I have found relief. I was troubled with backaches, beadaches and dizzy spells so I started to take your -Sulpherb Tablets which gave me great relief. May your good work go on, etc." suipnoro Tablets are very, very I good and sold by all druggists, at 60c per tube.?Adv. DOCTOR'S TILL! WITH D? Fierce Battle With Grim So Reese and a Message < Suffe : After Dr. H. V. Reoso had suffer- I ed for 10 years and had been told by ! the greatest stomach "specialist in the J country that there - was no hope for his recovory, he-determined to spend his remaining days In experimenting upon himself in an endeavor to de veiop a remedy for sufferers from stomach, liver "and kidney trouble such as himself. Dr. Reese's condition at litis time was so critical that it was impossible for him to retain food in the stomach, it being necessary to wash that organ out two or three times a day. This in addition to the severe liver and kidney trouble which generally goes with stomach trouble. \ After months of heart-breaking failures and with his condition growing worse Dr. Reese finally hit upon the Formula which is now known as the Reese Formula R-ll that completely restored his health. This happened in 1S98, twentyone years ago. Today, at the age ot 73 years Dr. Reeso weighs 176 pounds, forty pounds more than he ever weighed and his life, is hale and Teeth Cleaned $1 Fillings $1 and up. Gold I crowns $5. Bridge work $5 per tooth. Teeth extracted 50c. Painless methods used. Invariably we have cases of rheumatism,' ner ' broken down systems have cayed and broken down 1 number of disease produ swallowing especially whil such decayed teeth. How c accomplisK" a cure of this when we refuse having th imagne a child trying to^j while being bothered with Why not give your mo ed attention thus giving y< enjoyment of heath? Consult the llnio while their prices are so lo sure to come if material i advance. All work is gua Office on Main Street Liberty Bonds and St Baa??bbebbbcb ? ? . AIRMONT FRIDAY EVE* the topic 0:1 vrhieli he eras to speak. It may be a sugEcsliou tc rarlous other Parm Bureaus. i ... . - .s'V; * _ It is reported the Canadian Pacific Rc'lwnv hn* nclroH fnr .rt to operate an aerial freight and passenger service. FARM FOR SALE. N Twenty fire acres of land, with seven room house young orchard consisting:, of alt traits; fine oatbuildings; one horse and cow; 4 hogs, chickens and all kinds of farming tpols. Sold reasonable to quick buyer. The farm is situated on hill above corner store in West Farmington. For further information, write JOHN WpiNNIE, Farmington, W. Va. or jcall personal.. . NELSON | TODAY . TOM MIX in THE CYCLONE' If you have a weak heart keen awav. A story of love and adventure, crowded with thrills. Alo FOX NEWS. ismW ATI IS VICTORIOUS ectre, Brings Health to Dr. >f Hone to Millions of rers. hearty and possesses more rigor than most men of fifty. Friends and users of The Reese Formula R-ll finally persuaded Dr. Reese to put his remedy on the mar-" ket, ready compounded at the price within the reach of everyone. This ho has at last done. The Crane Drug Store has beer, selected in Fairmont to hold demonstrations in and a representative of Dr. Reese will bo at that store all this week to explain to sufferers the merits of The Reese Formula R-ll. This great remedy is not. a Patent Medicine, tho ingredients contained in the Formula goes with each bottle. It is absolutely guaranteed. Any one suffering from indigestion, nervousness, rheumatism, baclcachje, lumbago, sleeplessness, sour stomach, heartburn, urinary, kidney or ; liver trouble of any kind will do well to stop in at the Cranes Drug Store and talk their caso over with the Reese formula man. It coats you not one penny to do this and you are under no obligations whatsoever. The Reese Formula R-ll' will .be on sale at all drug stores everywhere.?adv. Jffi?HHraE?30H^2ia /HHsQraBHMnn^Mjw had proven tfeat many vousness, .headaches and ; been causd by badly deteeth. Just imagine the cing germs we rfiust be_ ! ,e attempting to eat over aii we expect a doctor to i broken down condition e cause removed? Also ?ain knowledge at school i such anjioyance. uth and teeth the requirDurself first aid to better n Dentists Now 8 w because higher fee are I ind other conditions 'still I ranteed. , Opposite Court House, j amps Same As Cash. I | XO WONDEI LOOK AT^ 1 DUOUESNE lJ A. li^hjulv'l \gWW/nwMM^PlWc * X^dtfrir/ 'iffSK j| Order a Case 01 rt ?' T. " Sent Home From: 210-212 JACK ^1 ' g) if w ? ILi?fc^afc*WBdEMI ^OMHMHBPFP'-? mSBmmsKmmw^on* pinfu^c _ , ,| . l h] People's Clot! Ml 325 Madi mjSgn a I Every- Garme I Sells Mar .. " Splendid how our hieh-trade , tomers, who appreciatcquality-i Today, well-dressed Meii ? Jt^T/ aassy'ciothes bat to i PAYMKNTjPlinj.th?t^i I wril-Ullor?L 11 \\Mmmk Women's aj UmB^mSk SUITS and rr Qo?niy mnto at* pi With an instinct for mi toorcriaak, jk*22- and J - "< > i? r . 9 FRUIT COMPANY I SON ST FAIRMONT, W. VA. I s New in Frocks? 9 m ies Tomorrow and See There are georgettes inf beauti- i?| fully tinted plain colors or gay with % flowers?softly adorned with lace, ribbon and bits of embroidery. : Bouffancy at its best is the boast w ofcrisp taffetas, with their frilled M Satins, tricolettes, crepe mete- 91 i nrs. anH pnmhi'nnHnnc V>non+?_ y V?W*4'J - Mi. V UWUU VX" fully draped or fall in straight Jm lines. Tricotine, serge and poiret twill make frocks for the street. SI i|S Priced from $25 to $125, especially S| . , .$29.75 $35 $45 fll Showing Tomorrow the Lat&t 91 h||| Style in Suits and Coats. * I.. i . . Make ait Sold Here I ly Others '; ?H pparel hu expanded our circle of'CUPttire and unbeatable valuea well enou;h to past to aaaure themselves ^ purchase^ pr *32- 1 R"GE Women's 1|^BS UNT ^ Misses' II ?? COATS *??? J^wii prSlr |pH tr& $27- -P ad Misses' fl DRESSES fl <c* that moot ! Hwmjr wfll not an fw- hS s' ~? s ><ia