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A There teems to be no let-up I
3, ' the excitement orer the remar
'' able cures of stomach troub
6 -and rheumatism that L. '
I E?8 0 Cooper, the young phflanthrop!
? Is effecting with bis medicine
J His work in New Orleans t
the put few weeks has bet
0 creating wide attention in th
a section of the country. On tl
| A streets, in hotels and other pu
BpfgtiS He Places Cooper's cures a
K?Ov the ?ole topic of conversatlo
0 He Is discussed everywhei
"d tlle newBPaPe conta
K J dally reports of his work.
; (p.,.! number of startling cases ha*
0 been cited and the names of tl
A most Prom'nent citizens ha'
appeared In connection, whl(
9 fact seems to verify the truth i
"te reports.
flPSPi; A In an Interview with Mr. J. '
V,' J Russell, a well known buslne>
/ 9 man of New Orleans, living i
&' ?f 9 2538 Delachalse St., who Is r
'i9 ported as having been cured i
$rv'',:/. ? rheumatism with the new met!
clnes, he said: "It Is true thi
I have been wonderfully ben
f/.r 9 Ited by Cooper's New Disco
? ery medicine In a very sevoi
case of Sciatic Rheumattsi
from which I suffered for son
i ' V dp time. I have used Cooper's me
f Iclnes one week and the rcsul
: have been truly marvelous. D
" _ fore that time I was almost he!
? less, and now I can use (lie s
|y-i: : A dieted parts freery without tl
k, igi lea3t P?l?. The stt.'lllng ar
m$* soreness disappeared soon ufte
1 began using the treatment ar
now I am Improving every day
1 0 Mr. A. J. Ersklne, anotln
l:; A prominent and Influential man
>' ^ New Orleans, living at 1005 A
HEARST HAS ENOUGH.
Editor Says He Will Never Again Ru
for Office.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Nov. 19.-WJ
liatn R. Hearst, recently Democratl
candidate for governor of New Yor!
passed through Sun Antonio yest"
rinv on the wnv to Monterey. Mexlct
In reference to politics in New Yor
lie said:
"I will never again he a r-.?
I shall continue to live In New Yorl
and advocate and support the prii
ctples of reform which 1 have ahvay
stood for, but these principles at
now sufflclenlly unt'J rst|bod by fli
general public for it to be no longe
necessary for me to be a candlilati
tend on. that account to lie attache
such bitterness."
For pure home made lard go to Sa
terfleld's, Watson Hotel Building.
Professio
LAWYERS.
RAMAGE A SMITH,
Attorneys-at-Law,
Rooms 27 and 28, Trust Building.
. F. Ramage, Ira L. Smltt
Cons. Phone, 551.
Howard N. Ogden. M. W. Ogder
OGDEN A OGDEN,
Attorneys-at-Law.
101 Hall Block, Main street Cot
otldated pnone, no. ai.
JOHN L. LEHMAN,
LAWYER,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Hall Block.
C. H. LEEDS.
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Opposite Court-house.
A. L. LEHMAN,
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Hall Block.
W. S. MEREDITH,
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, Hall Block.
HARRY SHAW,
Lnwyer,
COURT-HOUSE,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
T. N, PARKS,
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
9Boe Main St., Opposite Court-house
m ? ' ? ,
A. S. FLEMING,
Ei'jfc ...
Attorne.v-atLaw,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office. 202 Main Street
V ?
E. F. HARTLEY,
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, First National Bank Building
JAS. A. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT TRUST CO. BLDG.,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
.
DR. ri. D. ?
Veterinary Su
All Calls Pror
Hospital, Morg
xeueu v
r Cooper's Work?
#
n nunclatlon St., whose name waa f
k< among ftose printed In a recent 5
le lesue of the Picayune, wee seen 7
r. and talked freely of Ms expert- ?
st ence. He waa enthusiastic in
*. his praise of Cooper and said: V
or "I am surprised myself, at the 0
;n wonderful results I hare ob- 0
at talned from the use-of these ?
in preparations, for my case was ?
b- a most obstinate one and has ^
re bajtfled medical skill for the J
ii. past three years. I hare been V
e, suffering from Inflammatory 0
In Rheumatism and some time ago a
A I went to a hospital, where 1
re received the best of care and
- - ??-na?nr1 Hv oavoral nhvizl.- 4ft
It? WOO lIVHkVU | ?w
re clans, but without relief. One a
:h of my knees was greatly swolot
len and sosore that I could not 9
bear to touch it. I had tried ev- ?
r. erythlng I ever heard of and f
is had about! Riven up hope oC _
it ever getting better when I be- g|
e- gan to read the stories of Cooy- ^
it er's marvelous work. I deter- .
II. mined to sec what his remedies
nt would do for me, however, ami J
e- began using them. At the end 9
v- of the first week the swelling V
re had been reduced and I could 9
n, use my limb freely and without ?
1(1 the' least pain. I have been 1m- ?
(1- proving right along ami now I A
|H feel better than I have for some a
e. time."
,p Cooper's preparations are well J
tf. known in this city, and have ef
|(J fected some remarkable results 9
,,j here.' At Ei. A. Bltlfngslea & 9
!r Co.'s drug store and local sales A
,,1 agency for the medicines, It Is ^
? said Hint the demand lias been ^
Br enormous, and that the sales 9
?f are still on the Increase. A
9
Creston Clarke.
Eager expectation will become fill!
? realization when Creston Clarke presents
"The Rugged Messenger" at the
Grand opera house on Monday. Nov.
2fi. Tills accomplished actor Is tills
' season giving an Interpretation of a
c purely modern role In "The Ragged
t. Messenger" that has set the entire
r" theatrical work! agog, and that must
' be proving dl?on-:if'irling to those
It wisctio'vs. who. misled by Ills niaster'v
effort as "Monsieur Beattcalre," a
'. highly romantic role, contended that
c, h" could not portray a strictly modern
l- character.
a
e Ministerial Association Meeting.
e The Ministerial Association held a1
' meeting lust night in the Temple. Rev. j
?. G. \V. Rent was elected secretary of.
d the organization to fill the'vacancy,
caused by the resignation of Rev. J. J.
Scliercr. Rev. Boggs read a paper,'
t- "Christ's Disappointment ig His Disciples."
nal Cards
1 1177777
PHYSICIANS.
DRS. HOWARD AND CARR.
Cor. Main Street and Parke Avenue
Front Rooms, 2d Floor.
Office Hours?10-11 a. m.; 2-4 p. m.;
- 7-8 p. m.
H. R. JOHNSON. M. D.,
Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat.
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, 225, People's Bank.
JOHN R, COOK, M. D?
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office at Hospital.
DR. D. L. L. YOST,
Residence, new building, Fairmont
Avenue.
F. W. HILL, M. D.
Office hours: ? Woman's Hospital,
Qulncy anil Jackson streets, 1 to 2
and 5 to 7 p. m.: Rooms 2A6 and 107
Tacobs Building, Monroe street, 2 to 5
- end 7 to 9 p. m.
DR, V. A. SELBY,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
Office Opposite Court house.
'.* _
W. C. A JE8SE A. JAMISON,
Physicians and Surgeons,
MADI80N STREET,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
DR. LEE LEMASTERS,
Osteopathic Physician.
Office Rooms, 208 aoJ 209, Jacobs
). Building, Monroe Street Bell
Phone, 197L,.
DENTISTS.
OR. A. R. BADGLEY,
Dentist.
Vitalized Air Given With Extraction
If Desired. Prices Reasonable. All
Work Guaranteed.
>. . ;
DR. J. O. MrNEELY.
Dentist.
Main Street.
FAIRMONT. W. fa.
ARTHOLOW,
rgeon and Dentist.
nptly Answered
anton and Fairmont, W. Va.
CALL
"Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Stetson's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Is
the mammoth double production of
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" will appear on
Wednesday, November 21st, at the
Grand Opera House, matinee and 101
night. The rendition of Uncle Tom by ha
tbls well known and well liked com- ate
pany will never grow old. This man- P?'
agement evidently believes In the max- bol
1m: "What's worth doing la worth do- Th
Ing well." There runs through this tdi
grand story a pathos peculiarly touch- ed
lng and sweet. It speaks the unlver- ces
sal language of the heart. It reflects '?'
like a mirror the Innermost phases of "
the human emotions. It Is more than the
a play?It la a moral classic. It argues In
for two of the greatest themes that 3ti
can engage the mind?human liber- sej
ty and the Immortality of the soul, cot
Notwithstanding the frequent produe- cot
tlon of this play. It Is never produced tloi
In the sumptuous mahner by other am
companies as It Is In Stetson's. It Is del
like meeting an old friend after a wll
year's absence. In bis theatric offer- ful
Ing, Manager Washburn has brought me
together all the requisites that go to pul
make up a really great production and "
one it will be a real loss to miss. Is
sul
"York State Folks." ant
the
"York State Folks" leaves this counter
try after its coming engagement at
the Grand next Saturday. This Is the ),u'
t he
announcement made by Manager
Wright, and it will he with a feeling j10
of annual loss that we shall see this " ,
cltl
exeat and beautiful olay for the last 1
cier
time.
Each year "York Stale Folks" has R *
visited this city and each year found
its popularity unimpaired. The home* 0,1
I.v beautiful story, interpreted by Mr. ^
James Laekaye, Ray L. Royce and the ,
leu
splendid troup of players, has appeal- j
oil to lite hearts of our theatergoers!
as no other play has. mid now with,
the announcement that litis is to ho!
the (Inn! American lour preparatory to t' 1
the play touring England, will conn; so *
strong n desire to see Arthur Shi-! "
man's Idyl of life in New York State, 111'
that lit" theater will hardly he large
COI
enough to accommodate the crowds.
The snme cast, that has made the
play so famous still is with it. Jas. 111
coi
I.ncknye, will again portray the hard
hearted Simon Peter, and Ray I..I,
Royce will lend all that Is lovable to|
the character of Myron the organlst.l|g
Probably never In the history of the
stage save perhaps the Irlginal Hazel
Kirk Company, with Couldock. has a 1 a
net
company continued Intact In one piece, ^
for; starting with its original cast of
25 people, "York State Folks" has dnr- j5?
ing the past six years mnde but five
changes In the east and there at the
presenf time 21 members of the orl rInal
company interpreting the characters
In Ihe splendid drama. Seals for [((|
Mto mnllnoo nnfl tiichf u'lll "he* nn onln
at Christie's on Thursday.
? T
Queer Side of Japan
ODD NOTION OF THE MAN WHO UN
CAPTURED THE CROW F
CHICK. I
In Japan the lower orders of life I
not only make way and supply meal,
but evince sundry other peculiarities I
that render the Invaluable concomi- Pel
tants of civilization. A few days ago hid
a number of people were seen gazing ste
intently toward the upper limbs of a Th
large pine tree. Stopping to learn erg
the secret of this unusual Interest, a wit
man was observed descending the no
tree, while a crow was furiously caw- on
Ing and beating about his head: then pro
It. was seen that the trespasser had thr
possessed himself of op" of her brood, run
an unprepossessing little chick that car
no one could he imagined 10 fancy for 1 I
a pet. Asked what he intended doing; cat
with the young crow he replied that | stn
It made excellent medicine for the j Pre
blood, "Chino-mlchl-nl luisuri," 10 use per
his exact words. To insure the eill- bee
ency of the medicine, he explained. Hie
leaves the nest, If posisble. or, if it. pro
has left the nest, before it gets to 1
where It can drink water, for. he as- wll
serted. If It has of Itself taken water the
It loses all virtue as a blond cure. The eon
process of preparing the remedy is, i ns
first, to kill the crow and without ] to
cleaning It, to Incase the body in an ! Till
air-tight covering of cement or clay. 1st.
The mold Is then baked for two .or j 1
three days In a hot lire. When the the
clay crust Is removed naturally the its
crow will he found to be black, a lump ' ion
of pure charcoal. This Is pulverized'hell
and converted Into pills of ihe "pink"! for
order, which are very popular here as (upt
a blood regulator. He reminded his thn
Intercolutors that the mediate was wll
very rare because of the difficulty of par
finding a crow that had not taken wa- Tin
ter. The man was perfectly sincere, | sitf
anil appeared extremely proud of lils | ma
success In having securoil the lilnl. q
He was reluctant to leave tho tree aim
lest thc^e should he another one on s,toi
the ground somewhere. ear
Those who, since the brilliant at
achievements of the .Inpunese Red the
Cross Society in the hue war, are roa
accustomed to take for granted the Itifl
advance of medical science In this sue
country will, of course, hear In mind par
that the practloneer tinder considers- ,W
tlno had not at this tltne acquired era
membership In any legally recognized Ti
therapeutic fraternity, but probably pan
his nostrum was quite as effective ah car
much of the medtdne that la sold to mil
a large; constituency at a higher price coll
Ir. other portion* of the globe.: iclt
kYING C0MPANV8 POSITION 18
UNASSAILABLE?FROM BOTH
A LEGAL AND A MORAL STANO
POINT.
NEW TORK, Nov. 20.?The dlrec?
ttiA Standard Oil rnmnanv
re Issued a circular letter to the
ckholders. saying that the comay's
position Is' unassailable from
!h a legal and a moral standpoint,
e directors declare themselves conent
that In the proceedings tnstlruttbe
company's position will be sueisfully
maintained. The circular
lows:
'Regarding the suit commenced In
! United States Court at St. Louts,
which it Is sought to prevent the
mdard Oil Company, of New Jerfrom
holding any stocks of other
npanleR. yotir directors are entirely
lvlnced that the company's post0
Is unassailable from both a legal
1 moral standpoint. We are confiit
that In the proceedings which
I follow the company will successly
maintain ItB position upon the
rlts and vindicates It before tho
>llc and the law.
While the directors feel that there
no adequate reason for such a
t either in the organization or the
ijuct of the business, yet, under
circumstances, It Is perhaps bettor
your Interests and for tho
ilness Interests of the country that
controversy should he removed to
Judicial atmosphere of the courts,
whose integrity anil wisdom every
izen should have the fullest conflice?where
mere allegation must
e way to legal proof
The present organisation was
iinled after an exhaustive consideron
of the legal business problems
olved. It has existed unchalgod
for many years. Everything
Rtlng to it has been a matter of
illc report and at every step the titst
care has heen observed to contl
the business honestly and fairand
in accordance with not only
I spirit, but the technical requiretils
of the law.
The legal organization of your
npany is of essentially the same
tire and character as that of other
portant industrial Interests of the
tnlry and the continuous growth
1 expansion of Its business hare
tn legitimate and normal. It is
to he lightly assumed that there
to be a reversal oi the wheels of
igress or a destruction of the fouii:ion
of the great Industrial bttsiis
of the country.
tan may be assured that in this lltllon,
as In all mailers affecting
i company, your directors will see
,t the proper steps are taken to
itcct your Interests."
rite circular Is signed by Secroy
C% M." Pratt;' "By order or the
aril of Directors."
o Build First All
Steel Coaches
BURNABLE AND COLLISION
'ROOF BAGGAGE, POSTAL, DINNG
and sleeping cars also
JNDER CONSTRUCTION.
MIILADELPHIA. Nov. 21'. ? Tile
wsylvanla railroad lias called for
a for the const ruction of Kill allel.
non-inflammable passenger cars.
Is will be the Hist lot or such
dpment to be made In accordance
h the company's intention to httlld
mure wooden cars. The decision
tills iHiInt was hastened by the
igi'ess of the New York tunnel,
math which the company will not
i anything hat absolutely tire-proof
8.
litis are to lie asked of the Atnerlt
Car & Foundry Cotn|>any. the
nilnrd Steel Car Company. and the I
iss<sl Steel Car Company. One exInietital
passenger rnr hits already
'it built by the Pennsylvania, hat
new cars will embody many Ini-j
vements upon this one.
'he company's shops at Altoona |
I also complete now very shortly
all-steel baggage ear, which Is in
irse of construction lliore, as well
an all-steel postal rap?the first
he constructed by any railroad.
Is will he delivered about January
'he Pennsylvania has agreed with
PostofUce Department to construct
future mall ears of 7t) feel In
ctli. and sultablu for use as either
er of paper cars. The present pay
railroad postal service is based
m a car of CO feet In length, so
t. In the new cars an extra 10 feet
I bo provided for which the comly
will receive no compensation,
new cars will add greatly to the
sty and convenience or railway
II operators.
'he motive power department has
i just approved deals for an all 1
dining car, and an experimental
of this character will he started
once. The Pullman Company, at
Instance of the Pennsylvania rail(I,
Is at work upon an all-steel 11011animable
sleeping ear. Some SOU
It cars must he completed nnd proed
for service by the tJma the
w York terminal Is ready for optica.
I Is the expectation of the comiy'?
motive power olllclals that the
s. which are now to be ordered,
I be as completely fireproof and
llslon-proof as. modern engineering,
tnee has yet rendered possible. i
tattoo and not Charleston will be th-'
> place for holding the annual conven- ,
tlon of the Hotel Keepers' Assocla- ~
tloh of West Virginia next month.
The capital city was first selected
tut because the leading hotels there
cannot furnish the desired accommodations,
Huntington was chosen. December
eleventh Is the date of the
meeting.
At both the Kanawha and Ruffner
Hotels improvements are oeing maae
wlilch will not be completed by- that
time, and It -was impossible for those
hotels to take care of tbe many visitors
who will attend. The new hotel
Frederick, In Huntington, will be the
scene of the convention, and one of
the most elaborate banquets ever given
by the hotel men will be furnished
there.
IT IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE. =
We have been
told since Starting
our 50 cent book
sale that it was impossible
to sell
these books at that
price.
You have but to I
call to prove that it
? * I
is not oniypossioie, m
but an absolute I (
fact The most up- L.
to-date, readable ?
books to be had at
50 cents.
A, G. MARTIN GO,, |
aooooooco
Stop! List
Q
jr The Great
jj fer ever m;
5 at any tin
2 exceptions
II AVlmt we propose to d
; West Virginian between nov
Six Month;
absolutely free a book that'is
i Only to New Subscribers
The book is entitled,
IEINCY
Fc
ITISi
THE BE
THE R
I Selected with a View ti
Elevating,
MARS
The We
THE WIT AND W
Origin of the World
Selectors in Poetry and I
Children. Including Anted'
Witty After-Dinner Speech*
c_-._ _r tr u.. ?u. r..?
Iuuna ui uuiuui wy u?v wic
SUPE.
Including a (
It would r
lent Xmas
ij.'ll mil llrtiv mm ?W7
lars witti n six months'subsc:
vince yourself that we do do
fire. We only lmvo on hand
they will nil be prone before (
most liberal offer, should a
enn eall for them any time yi
ana cncap m
See the new Panama Skirts we 'Sfl
sell for $4.50. in black, brown and ijro
See our line of Silks, new and ,
up-to-date. Our special Yarmoth
Silk at 85c brats them all for $1.00 |||.
- Plenty of pretty Coats an J Caps
rRANSFER ?41" HAULKli
I move anything from a baby carriage to a street car and do
It quickly, alio make a specialty of moving Household
Goods sod Pianos without damage. When jrou need Coal, I
call me up. I deliver Coal and Sand to all parts of th* ' j
city in short order. When you have Hauling to do, or da
sire anything placed in storage, see Thomsi, he's the man. j
Trunk hauling a specialty.
Sell Phone-Office 8. Res 340.11/ Q THAW i C Putl Atrenus, I
3on.?Office 100, Bee. 10. ff. O. I llUiuAj, Next toTsvsrn. I
"'s^^abyCuUI^Teetli?^
cjPffL DR. FAHRNErSTEETHING SYRUPl
WMLvllfllt. Babies like It Bat for Bowel ooraplalnti, perenU Cbote* tofsatua. I
cures Oollo lu ten minutes. Can be gl re a to babies one day old. TnulM111!}
Rri^ 7 / /v " of mothers rely on It altogether-yon wll lam to do Utowise. M at drur g
Wh'jfV ?Wk |f
SHOW MOOfWMHlWBQl
en! Think! 8}
est Subscription Of- OS
ade by any publisher XI
le or any place, no fl
0 is to Rive every person who subscribes iiir.^efi^r,^H|
r and JanriSvy 1st, 1907, at our regular subscription price
s for $2 00 XI
1 worth more than $2.00 the price of the subscription.: ; ?|H
i by Mail.
CLOPEDIA fl
>r the Home
L COMPLETE LIBRARY
:ST LITERATURE 9
[EST AUTHORS |9
3 Home Reading, and the Inspiring, Ennobling, C
Refinirg Inlluercein the Home Life
5HALL EVERETT if I
. . .j
11 Known Author and Historian
'
ISDOM OF THE GREATEST WRITERS
's Favorite Songs. Appropriate and Instructive
'rose, Jewels of Patriotism and Selections for the ijflffl
otes and Biographies of Great Authors and Orators. .JE9
is by Men of note, Great Historical Orations, AO W|H
atest Humorists. . u||
RBLY ILLUSTRATED X I
Jallery of Portraits of Great Anthore.
Oct
nn Lc n mrtef AVPaI. Ik
iiai\w a nreww v/vuui?-jm
present. WM
are able to Rive away a hoik worth more than two dol iptlon,
all for $2.00, it doesn't matter how we do it. Con- /
it by sending in your miliseriptiyti or. calling at our of- 4jO
about three hundred of these books and we expect that t&fl
Christmas am] all desiring to take advantage of this D|
jply early. The books nrc'*too heavy to mail and you JHH
>u are in Fairmont, or send for them at any time. Send aM
i and the hooks will he marked and layed away for you. /M
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