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The Fairmont West Virginian. (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1904-1914, November 03, 1904, Image 5

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With a full
gans and I
Pppuiar at
Cows, .yoke 3-year-old
Oxen (well broke), I yoke
Calves, 4 Brood Sows,
sevpral Shoats, \ male
Hog, I lot of Harness, I
sp^Road Wagon, 1 Spring
S^fe^agon, J Buggy, J Feed
Cutter (with pan), J lot
Corn in shock, I lot Fodder,
1 lot Wheat, Plows,
^^Harrows and all kinds of
Baraks;-- . ' - --
iarming utensils, noose^^Biold
and Kitchen Furni1
1 4 1
tare and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Terms made on day of
* :
At the Depot.
The largest and handsomest
Sample rooms in. the country,
located in the new $200,000
B. G. WILLIAMS, Prop.,
^ ^FAiRMONT, W. Va.
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3 iine of High Grad
i^usicafi insfrumenl
id ClassicaS Sheet
and have yoi
wants supplier
...TUESDAY, NOV. 8..
Melville 5. Raponi
America's Greatest
By Augusta Thomas
Same Great Company
Grand Product ion
Com plete.
Prices: 25, 50, 75c, 2nd $1.00
Advance sale
Opens Saturday Morning at 9 o'doJ<-.
The full election returns trill I
9 be read between acts as receiv- g
flj ed by the Western Union Tele- B
I graph Co. You, will see an B
I excellent show as well as hear I
'all of the election returns as 9
I soon as received.
Mrs. Viola Pyces Dead.
Mrs. Viola Pyles. aged ,31, wife of
Taylor Pyles. of F.nterprlse, died at
her honie yesterday moraine:. She is
survived by a husband and three
children, the youngest only a week
old. The funeral took place to-day.
Interment ; Was made in the Enter1
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?Pianos* Or-.
Is of ail kinds.
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ir musical
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Do You Know Whut We Want'
Several Short "Ada. " at
, One Cent Per Word.
IFOR RENT?Three unfurnisfn
rooms, suitable for light housekee
ing. For information call at 3<
Quincy street.
WANTED ? An experienced sk<
salesman. Address "H." in care
West Virginian.
FOR RENT?Ten room house c
Gaston avenue. All modern convei
iences. Inquire at- this office.
FOR RENT?12 roomed brick hous
known as the Morrow House in Firs
ward. C. E. Hutchinson.
WANTED?Lady or gentleman of fai
education to travel for a firm of $250
000 capital. Salary $1,072 per ?yea
and expenses; paid weekly. Addres
M. Percival. Fairmont, W. Va.
FOR SAGE?One milk cow, one yeai
ling bull, sow and eight pigs thre<
weeks old.
W. 13. BAKEH,
R. R. No. 3.
LOST?English setter bird dog
more black than white; very large
Information as to his whereabout:
will be highly appreciated. L. G. Ice
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms; Du
vails; Rh'ea Terrace.
WANTED?To sell you hat3 and piet
ty millinery cheaper than an)' one
else in town.
Madison Street,
Opposite Yeager's.
WANTED?Four gentlemen boarders
o t 44 i-x-.- 1- Oi e* T * '
, v- uci nctJA. oxu juuuusl avenue.
i :
j FOR SALE?Fine "penny picture camera;
complete; first-class order; cheap.
Box 353, city.
FOR RENT?Basement room, frontins
on Parks avenue, under Citizens'
Dollar Savings Bank.
FOR SALE!?One dresser, some lace
curtains,vStand tables, hall carpet and
other furniture. Will sell cheap at
oncer Call at 423 Jackson street;
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms. A>
ply 325 Walnut avenue.
FOR- JtBNT?-jft. jCetv- Choice olhccrooms
in the new P-eopies Bank build
insT Apply at the Peoples Bank.
"Arizona." .
9 "Arizona," by Augustus Thoma
A wh icli has had such a phenomeni
jn? success in New York and Chicago i
^ as the title would indicate, a stag
^P picture of the scenes, people and coi
Q tumes of that frontier territory in th
A great Southwest. The people c
"Arizona" are cowboys and cavalrj
^ men, ranchers and Mexicans, and th
PP various types of womankind to b
@ found about a frontier army post am
<8k a prosperous ranch. The story thrill;
_ with the vigor of Western life and i:
rich in the color of the half-Spanish
half civilized territory, from whtel
^ the piece takes its name. "Arizona"
^^ will be seen in this city Tuesday
November Sth. The full election re
? tarns will be read during the perform
The Beauty Doctor.
9 This really first-class attraction
? will lee the next big musical combtly
to visit the Grand Opera House.
A It pleased so well last season, that It
needs little recommendation. Its
owner and manager. Fred E. Wright,
ft who has riven us "York- .'siai A
Folks," said last year that It was not
as good as he Intended to make it.
and the show this year demonstrates
that -he has spared neither time nor
_ expense to malce it as good as the
best musical productions. See below
what the Philadelphia Press says
about it:
A new version of "The Beauty
_ Doctor," the musical comedy by
jd Howard Shelly and' C. Herbert Kerr,
p. was presented at the Girard and won
)4 tlJe approval of a large audience.
Since Its last appearance here last
season "The Beauty Doctor" has beeft^
}e practically rewritten aijd is now a
lively affair, full'of fun and frolic
__ and numerous musical features of an
>u attractive character. That the show
"i- was thoroughly: entertaining from beginning
to end was clearly evident
e] from the hearty laughter and sponta5t
neous applause. The main theme of
"The Beauty Doctor" is .the fad of
? women to bo beautiful and many humorous*
incidents are cleverly worked
'r Into the plot. The songs which won.
s the most applause were "The Lobster
and the Maid," "Where was Moses?"
k' "Mu T>~1 TA
?i ?u JVCU reauidi X'rtJLXy X/It?
B tie Pretty Mold" and "Flirtation."
The principal role was. played In a
spirited and wholly satisfactory manner
by Henrlclta Lee, who received
_ capable assistance from Harry G.
Walters. C. P.Morrison, Percy Wall!"
ing. Florence McNeill and Hope Gage.
S - - - :
The Dance a Success. '
Professor Collide "s dance at the
Free Press Hall last nig$t proved
r quite a success. About thlrty-flva
couples were present. The Professor
gave all a lesson in the new backward
two-step which is proving such ,
a success. The music was furnished ,
by Howell Fleming.
People Have Plenty of Money.
Sheriff M. A. Jolliff announces that <
October was a good month for collect- ,
Ing taxes. He collected within the ;
days of discount nearly $100,000. c
Many of our citizens can remember t
when thA wTioio Af Art.,,,'*,.'
. - - - y
I A Bv Our Reaular Corresoonde
and although a stranger, gives <
dence that he will prove a very <
cient helper and perforin well
Mrs. Idella M- Barnes, of Wa
street, has moved Into her beput.
new house just completed on E
Park avenue. It is handsomely flu!
ed inside and when fully furnisi
according to Bcr present plan; v
constitute a pleasant and ideal hoi
The last house but one on this aver
is now occupied and when Coun
gives us another electric light alrea
petitioned for to dispel the darkne
we shall begin tosfee! that "our lit
are fallen in pleasant places" c
.Madison Carter, of Alt. Harmony,
former member of Maulshy's battel
and comrade of N. C. Cochran, car
in yesterday to attend his funeral st
vice. All who knew him both as a s<
dier and citizen, bear united testlmoi
to the fact that he was faithful to h
country, the duties of home, busines
church and social relations ' of lif
and has gone in answer to the fin:
roll-call above.
W. McKinney, the barber on Mario
street, who was Indisposed for sore
veeks, has reopened his shop for bu
ness, where he will welcome all h
jld customers and greatly improv
he appearance of any new ones \v*b
wish their names added to the list.
"They Got the Game.
Clarence-Rager and Will Meyers, c
he First ward, took a day off on Mor
ay for a running' shoot, provide!
lere was any game, in -it/for sthem
hey boarded Mo. 5 in the mornin;
>r Barrackville. and then took to th<
ovi. kins from the mouth of Ins e.e.
effl. smooth-bore." for which t.
bis not even ??? Slvejhanlss.;^
Oklahoma Products.
cer George H. Richardson and wife, of
ful Market streets received MgjfflMggggg
ast Package from their son . Earnest, of
ah- Farr>'- Oklahoma, the other . a*jr.
ted Among other interesting article.-,.- ft
vlll contained three sample .
?? species of corn, one ofthe "big N'orfk~i|
tuc ern'" tlle second of a:
cH and the third of the "bio
dy teinpr a very dark red. They were
ss large In size, plumb niittSsattwBB?BMwBH
which he raised over 400 1
t an experiment in contrast wi
native Oklahoma cm
a sample of wheat of which
a a laree acreage and good yield. Bat
L. the most novel of all was a samp;
U their "Kaflr corrdv

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