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[| fl\ |!nh' Jk 1 ' ^^ij KEADUNER6 TONIGHT. ' The Stage. H u'rrofiror.:#...Shine's Hoosler Kollles The Screen. " Black Shadows I I .'.ncoaa The Flantc o! Heligate D:.; ;! ..The Virgin ot Siambonl fSBORNE'S troup wui iuu moot their headquarters the. early part of tho week at least nuraa, they are not anxious to today, and are taking In Sparks' s. tomorrow night they go to ilngton and Wednesday night they at the Lyric In Monongah. The hall ot the week, they are tryj arrange lor dates at Klngwood. Idea ot staying over and taking off will undonbtedly please Baby Warner, the cute little come e who appeared Garter Night as I lertormer in the line-up, and who Ihe first choice in the pick-out. arse, Papa and Mamma Warner ; not care lor the circus 11 It t lor baby. Bobby Shinn's exis only six months old, but it Is 1 excuse so Bobby says, and ha iderlng how he can see the olewithout cheating the folks at iippodrome where be opens to >r the week. Shlnn played this ro years ago according to Mother. He fixes the time so well ie he got slightly mixed in bis on his former visit and tried to Cd a fellow that one ought to lither a green or a white flower' t day, depending upon whether ono's mother was living or dead, was associated with Danny it that time, but has made such itrldes In the business thrt he ied his own company at the bef of the present season, and It group of musical tabloid artists e have tho pleasure of seeing Hlnn this wbek. K' "Western Atmosphere Predominates. ^ 'Strength of plot is lucking In the B '.lobmtson-Colo production "The Flame K Hallgate," at the l'rinceS3, anil con sfcv }8i]ueciUy opportunities for tho star Kr ire fsw. Beatrix Miclieleua, an actress Mi- (f superior talent and uncommon beau# ly, is featured In the picture, aud does H . well with the limited possibilities of il the role of Star Powell. To be sure, fuller rounding out of individual Si characters with detail or incident conBSp.duttve to a revelation of their disiln81' gulshing traits,' would help In a large fiv meiisure to make the picture more in gF lerestlng. As it Is there is a vagueIgf, decs 'connected with the presentation !>. of the story that Interferes with a clear IfcV^The production contains a wealth of K&Jttstern atmosphere, and Miss Mich IMna'a riding and easy manipulation HflyScrthe lariat compels admiration, it feialMmingles touches of humor with ahd the thrill of melodrama. ^Ln unusual feature of the five-reel I;-crook story, "Black Shadows," at the HH&?Nel*on, and one that makes It more Vwdrti while than the average of its Kf; type,?is: tho fact that it carries an ex ^"planatlon of tho baser uses lor which g'Ulypnotlam might be employed. The gft|Micatiflc end has not been obtruded SKjftw the detriment -of- the plot luterest, py: hut;the spectator cannot help getting r a clearer Idea of what hypnotism is and fiVhtf# it might be made to operate upon ggiSfe mind of a willing subject. & "The gtory is a simple one, but all the better for Its purpose. It shows how EK-'the .villain discovers that a -certain V&igirl'-is a particular easy subject for BJr;X hypnotic control. He gradually gains figfepower over her, by repeated efforts, Sf and eventually Induces her to com? -l? -* In nonh iJACHE STOPPED WHILE YOU WAIT fist Refunds Your liey While You Wait at uiter if Aspironal Does t Relieve in Two Min* i. Absolutely Safe. ??? suffer half an hoflr of headIn waiting for your stomach to solid v tablets and powders, spironal, the new Elixir, gives ght now. Vour Doctor nrefors al for the reason that it is serous to tfie heart and (loos ef the stomach, est time you have a headache our nearest drug store, hand k half a dollar for a bottle of d and tell htm to serve you [Spoonsful in a little water. >ur watch In your hand oount minutes and call for your back, afl per manufacturer's ee, if vou can't feel youi e fading away within the alt. our druggist invites and you to try Aspironal, go don't ifnf. Everybody is doing it :uarantee applies to, colde, and neuralgia.?Adv. mr MM IS ynav iimmimui aw EH BEHEOy Rev. H. M. Hendricks, MinB eral Wells, W. Va., RecII omntends fine MediM cine. |l "I thin* Nnrvlax iB the be3t mediH rinn in the world for all ills of the stomach, livor, kidneys and bowols. writes Rov H. M. Hendricks, well mown Baptist minister of Mineral ivelli, W. Va., "I suffered untold ag mies because of troubles to my dl ;estivc organs?I had gas on my itomach, was terribly constipated and van so nervous that I could not sleep it tiiglils. 1 was induced to purchase i bottle of Nesslex and after taking ' tcvcril -loses 1 am greatly Improved l r -t health. I am now- taking the sec md iMiitie and tbink it will cure me. M.v wife is also taking Nervlax and ,rp aro both satisfied with the re ijits. We expect to continue the .vanncnt nntll cured." I: REV. H. M. HENDRICKS. Mineral Wells. W Va. , Nervlax !a on salo at Crane's Drug . Mb' T .Ubg.,-?* well as the interiors, are pleasing oil through this subject Honest to Qoodness. A real dollar-and-half attraction tor thirty cents Is ,the boast ot the Dixie today when the "Virgin ot Stamboul" appears there today. The scenes are iald around Stamboul, the wickedest spot in the wickedest city in the world, and the film is said- to hold some interesting views. On account o( I the extraordinary attendance that 1*1 expected, Manager Linn booked theH picture tor three days. CLOSE CP8. j;' 1 ?One ot tho members of Martin Luther's chorus has joined Bobby Shinn and will be seen here this week. This is probably better than taking a drummer away from the Hipp. ?All the show (oiks we have talked to lately like Homestead as a show town. Jack Lamar Is the possible exception, and he says the place is too exponsive I or him. ?Miss Kennedy, pianist at the Hipp, took advantage of the good nature of Mr. Freese, Osborn's musical director, and gave him a chance at playing for tho pictures while she made a whirlwind visit to Parkersburg. POP. Realty Deeds Are Filed for Record v The following deeds have been filed with Countv Clerk A. G. Martin: Golden M. Hoult and Ernest Carl Dawson to Don L. Summers a narcel of land in Winfleld district. $2,000. Albert Timms and wife to Ethel L. Harr a parcel of land In the Monongahela Industrial Company's addition Fairmont, $5. William H. Bunner and wife to John J. Hawljins, roaj estate on Morgantown avonuo. Fairmont, $7,500. John W. Mason Jr. and wile to Chariot A. Vangihler, a parcel of lalnd in the .Mason addition, Fairmont. $850. Charles L. Heed and wife to W. T Michael a parcel ot land in the J. Fay Watson addition, Fuirmont. $4,300. O. J. Fleming to Rosa Malrona, real estate on Chicago street, Fairmont, $3700. Jesse and Samuel C. Jones to Lucy Mary Sellare an agreement to sell a parcel of land in the Monongahela Industrial Co. addition Fairmont, $1000. Wlliam 13. Ice and wife to Challen K. Ice a parcel of land in the Tillage of Barrackvillc. Consideration $1. Rose Kincaid and husband to Isaac E. Morgan a parcel of land on Little tr??? L.D.HOULT | | THE EAST SUTE GROCER. 1 We Serve Promptly I and Deliver to Your Kitchen. 3 J" Call Us for Service, ? ?j .308 Merchant Street 5 Phone 603-R. 1 ovf U W ? I?A Pas UUE til mar yery fe movem< were w ed for injr app ble to 1 certami H The "ot csa eludes. ( gffM It's a v mjuA wear 01 ' gga even a i " wiser t( gSOa like nev Mi Let us 8H We w renovat .laSa great d KTffHI P ing raui |??S wear. 1 OUR 1 He 1 - D: g 316 Madison district Consideration tt,wi. lrt D.' Tenhant to Ariaona - M. Straight a parcel of land in the taarn of Falrrlew. Consideration *3500.' Gordon P, Martin and wife to Zulu Z. Martin a parcel of land in the Tillage of Bootnsrille. Consideration *1. Gordon P. Martin" and wife to Zulu To Don L. Summers a parcel of land in WInfleid district. 'Consideration *2,200. Ethel L. Harr and wife to Lulu Dotts a parcel of land in the Monongahela Industrial Company's addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration *5. David C. Smith and wife to 0. J. Fleming a parcel of land on Booths *1L?*?Uadaied ^ I Cr? K 1H irrsui QOiricVi ^vuo'uvi avtwu $6000. 0. J. Fleming to C. E. Price a narcel of land in the Fifth ward of the clfy of Fairmont. Consideration $1000. John Henshaw and wife to O J. Fleming a parcel of land in the Jackson addition to the city or Fairmont. Consideration $150. John J. Hawkins and wife to 0. J. Fleming a parcel of land In the Hughes addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration $1200. Michael PowelL trustee to 0. J. Fleming a parcel of land in the Second ward of the city ot Fairmont Consideration $1300. J. C. Hnbler and wife to Suldon A. Mclntire a parcel ot land in the Monongabela Industrial Company's East Side addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration $5. Charles W. Meredith and wife to O. J. Fleming a parcel of land on Cleveland ayenuo in the city of Fairmont. Consideration $1700. Francis E. Nichols and wife to O J. Fleming a parcel of land In the Jackson addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration $550. Ruesell Newldrk and wife to O. J. Fleming a parcel of land on Pike street in the city of Fairmont Consideration $1000. John H. Hawkins and wife io O. J Fleming a parcel of land in the Knob Hill addition to the city of Fairmont Consideration $1500. L. M. Davis and wife to O. J. Flem- < ing a parcel of land in Union district. Consideration $500 Fred Herron and wife to O. J. Fleming a parcel of lant^ in the Edgeway addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration $5. L. M. Davis,and wife to O. J Fleming a parcel of land in the Graham =CASCO= Kill* Cmld$ *nd "Flu" G*rm$ j Or Y?r Utnty Back 30 TaUrtt SB Cent, AT ALL GOOD DRUG GTORB8 j Where 18 Relief F Blazin Must f Endure ForeVer the t Torturous Itching? ; The skin is fed from the blood, end upon the condition of the blood depends whether or not ' your skin will be healthy and free * from boils, pimples, scaly irrita- J tions, red eruptions and other disfiguring and unsightly disorders. The sensible treatment that will ( show real results is a remedy that 1 RALLS sing Fad / ink a whole lot of Overalls a t who wears them at his woi vv folks took the Overall-W int seriously. Here and ther arn for a day or so and then d the simple reason that other arel is more practical, more i he needs of the average ma i _ a i y more aesiraoie. her apparel" to which we re >ldl clothes left from former ? rtiole lot more sensible to ge it of last year's clothes than lew pair of Overalls. It's a wl ) have your old clothes made f by having them cleaned and % bring them into our modern ill clean, press,*dye or com e your old apparel?and we'll eal of service to them withoi ch to the general cost of wh AUTO WILL ( inze & ( pers and Cleanei i St. Phone 1200 . v^tiLv' >^r. dftion to tb 8 city of FsInnoQt. Cm* 4 OJ^eming'to Robert H. Smith a parcel of land In the Fifth ward of the "city of Fairmont, consideration 11000. Charles E. West to O. J. Fleming a parcel of land in the Oakdale addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration $350. , ' T. F. Stark and wife to 0 J. Fleming a parcel of land In Union Independent district. Consideration $1000. O. J. Fleming ana wiie 10 c,a v?nllaros a parcel of land in the Hough addition to the city of Fairmont. Consideration $600. M. S. Valentine and wife to O. J. Fleming a parcel of land in the Bon Aid addition to the city of Fairmont Consideration $1. 0. J. Fleming to Morgarel Kerns a parcel of land in the Bon Air addition to the cily of Fairmont. Considers tlon $1. Bertha E. Fast and husband to 0. J. Fleming a parcel of land in tho Hough addition to the citj of Fairmont. Consideration $600. S. A. Shuttleswortb and wife to 0 J. Fleming a parcel of land in the Fifth ward of the city of Fairmdnt Consideration $600. Edward A. Grose and wife t<vO. J. Fleming a parcel of land on Chicago street in tho city of Fairmont. Consideration $1900. Local Oil Company's Charter Filed Here A certificate of incorporation has been filed with County Clerk A. G. Martin for the Smith Grove Development company to carry on a general oil and gas business. The company will have offices in Fairmont, with its chief works in Warren county. Ky. The capital stock is $100,000 of which $6.00 has been subscribed and paid. The incorporators are R. S. Hoed, Scott C. Lowe, H. H. Rose, Charleo E. Miller and M. A. Fletcher, all of Fairmont. Sure, D/xlia# IVCK^I Z3s52m8j Hot water |CnSrvi^ Sure Relief RE LL-ANS HP FOR INDIGESTION % . . 'rom g Skin Diseases? rill cleanso the blood thoroaghly ind kill the germs that cause the rouble. 1 And for this purpose no 'emedy ever made can approach ha record of S. S. S. which ileanses the blood of the disease rerms, at the same time building ip the general health. For valuable literature write to Uhief Medical Adviser, 100 Swift laboratory, Atlanta, Go. ~~~% if Iji nd the ||i rk but |jJ| earing 1x1 e they flf iscard" I fj wear- , f p service |s| n, ahd ill fer in- < Jf easons. |jfh| t more ||| to buy , ?|||j lole lot Boss to look jgQia press- !H j plant mi | pietely I 1 add a gy j it add- B30 J at you ||i " 1 :all SI ] 2o. II i Fairmont |g j gas on the stom^ri. 1 never had sc muob relief with any medicine. 1 would not take f25& for "The relief one bottle of Adler-1-ka save me. I can not set done recommending it' (Signed) H. L. Hicks, Ashley, 111. Adler-l-ka expels AKL see and sourness. Removes AI.I. foul matter which poisons system. Often CURES constl pation. Provents appendicitis. We have sold Adler-i-ka many years.- It Is a mixture of buckthorn, cascara. glycerine and nine other simple drugs. Martins' Drug Store. NcLSUN TODAY PEGGY HYLAND ' in "BLACK SHABOMIS" A society drama of love and hypnotism. A Jester Comedy f "HE WINS" . and FOX NEWS. k =.1 HIPPOO $ 3 SHOWS DAILY? ? PRICES?1\ IBO Musi* PRETTY GIRLS | ADDED LAST I ?3 Big Kea | PRICE?LAST THREE D w i m 0 gPJ aim t< ofone [?&* est nt IK possit fl? each i ||i? comic I gr y a . It is really very w( stop to thing about y think and speak ab is never necessary f superior virtues of t body concedes then pleasant task of strengthening these Engineering ai Com] Dtstril H. J. Wilson, Fairm / / ry a Want Ad in "Correct dress is one of the most feminine mams of beautifying the world* ?O/ior NTRARY TO THE PL lowed by so many stores, 5 nresent at all times, ins - f 1 fashion becoming to the g imber of women, the gre; >le variety of apparel, so may select the mode most ig to herself ROME g Matinees at 2 fonday, Tuesday and Wedne IB SHININ call F< CATCHY SONGS t ^ ialf of week-begin; ith Vaude1 ays TJ Ij ' v' SBaRdSS JMnHHriflQuQ^H . - V; v 'i^^nsm. mderful, \rtien 'yoq? it, the way peo^.;>Ml 0IIn eprcsen The inniimh?nin>JliinhinilpSV -^^^8 jQUBB liBH an , we tead rcatr itxstx that : . |^gj||||^^H MI I ||H / . n ' t^Hl' '; Mir; Mai M sfl IBH uM j ' ~j" ni X . ^J ? 1^* i^? . ^sm Bginning Toda ;45?Night 7:45 and 9: sday 30c >s FUNNY COM^B i *ING THURSDAY . -jtSB v* ; .j.. .' .1*' -' ', '< '<-}.'' *$?.