BBpT^rilillllll W. Va.
Office. Opposite Court-house.
A. L. LEHMAN,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
QIBce- Ha" Block"
W. 8. MEREDITH,
sfipi1- .':': FAIRMONT, W. Va.
0ffice' Hall Block.
; FAIRMONT. W. Va.
' . T. N. PARKS,
si , Attorneyat-Law.
. FAIRMONT, Vf. Va.
/Office Main' St.. Opposite Court-house.
A. S. FLEMING,
llffe.-l " Attorney-at-Law.
Ii AlKMUIYI , >v. va.
Office. 202 Main Street.
E. F. HARTLEY,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
Office, First National Bank Building.
JAS. A. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT TRUST CO. BLDG.,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
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DR. H. B. BP
All Calls Prom
f ^ Office and Hospital, Morga
Cor. Main Street and Parka Avenue
Front Rooma, 2d Floor.
- "'y? Til ,
Office Honra?10-11 a.- m.; 2-4 p. m.
7-8 p. m. ,
H. R. JOHNSON, M. D.,
Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Now
- and Throat
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, 226, People'g Bant.
JOHN R. COOK, M. 0,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
j Office at Hospital.
DR. D. L. L. Y08T,
Residence, new building, Falrmon
F. W. HILL, M. D.
Office hours: ? Woman's Hospital
Qulncy and Jackson streets, 1 to 2
ind 5 to 7 p. m.; Rooms 206 and 10'
lacobs Building, Monroe street, 2 to I
and 7 to 9. p. ra.
DR. V. A. SELBY,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
- Office Opposite Court house.
W. C. & JESsfe A. JAMISON,
Physicians itml Surgeons,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
DR. LEE LEMASTERS,
Office Rooms, 208 nn.l 209, Jacob)
Building, Monroe Street. Bell
DR. A. R. BADGLEY,
vitalized Air Given With Extraction
If Desired. Prices Reasonable. All
DR. J. 0. McNEELY,
FAIRMONT. W. Va.
here's a J
len's Clothes *
s have the "different kind +
-the nifty kind-the kind *
he tailors copy. +
Central Christian church, will preach Ka
Voluntary Choir te
Hymn 10G (Common Hymnal). to
Apostle's croit(l (In concert) tu
. .y Rev. J. J. Scherer. w
Prayer (closflts with Jxmt's Prayer) (e
Rev. J. C. Ilroomfleld cc
Psnltor (11S Ps.) .... Rev. G. t). Smith ap
The Gloria Patrle. vi
Lesson from the N. T. 2 Cor. S? (0:15) sc
Rev. G. H. Stoetzcr.O:
Hymn 105 (common hymnal). '
Sermon v .. Rav. Z. E. Bates Fi
Prayer Rev. W. J. Eddy
Temple Quartette. tit
Benediction Rev. W. L. Reld to
pur want column t? alive with bar w
gains. Property for aale and rent at
Rooms wanted and for rent Help O
wanted. Positions wanted. Look It
ever sure. Your opportunity may be l"
Jatad to^y.. .. ';*tt
nton and Fairmont, W. Va.
aby Cutting Teeth?"
jouroujt help him, aimhlm
Y'S TEETHING SYRUP
it Satisfy Yourself ^
ok us over J.
y on a few Garments *
s a pleasure to show such 4*
:lusive agents in I
ity of 44
HATS and f
' ' 4?
lMS shoes |
ot Outfitters *
'eon and Dentist.
Mr*. Patrick Campbell Is said to (,
have .abandoned the plana lor an Am- tl
I ericahftpur this season. n
' Cmra Upman'ls now at work on u e
f new play in which her husband. Louis >
Mann, nlll.be the central character, n
Carlo Reynolds, known to vaudeville .
audiences as a 'skatorial artist," has Ir
*? ?? UaM'o Mtmnnni ; n
JI/IUCU AUUIt WV?U o wvw.aaj?
Tyrone Power and bis wife. Edith 01
Crane, are going Into vaudeville. They r<
will be seen ,ln a sketch by Louie o
Hallect. " u
Edward Pepin, w hr. wrote "TI e h
)>rlnce Chap" and "The love Route," '
, has just completed u play called "The tl
. Broken Rosary." tt
1 IH^SBIBnmMiKL -*?jfiL'it'r
ft iSn * 3 C "
for union thanksgiving ser he
vice at <e. ch|URon,-'-South
' 1 j: oh
W The "TTnlon Thanksgiving services
will be held In the M. E. Church,
South, Thursday,"Nov. 29th, at J0:.1rt
a. m. Hev. % E. Bates, pastor of the pr
SCENE FROM "AT CRIPPLE CREEK,1
1 ' ___
"The Eastman Case," the new four- or
act drama of contemporary life by Pan! m
Wllstnch, will have Its first New Yocii wi
presentation early in December. mi
Arthur omera Roche, son of tlie ,SI
United Stales Ambassador at Italy, is "t
at work on a comic opera. The play n"
Is a dramatisation of a hook written ea
by Ills father.
Reginald Do Kovcn and Stanislaus
St.-ingo are nt work on a musical play
Which the Shuberts will present at
one of their New York theaters dm- .
iiig the coming season. j
R. H. Btirnslile and Gustave Kerker.
having made a great success with "The
'I olirlsts," nre at work on another new
musical play which the Shaborts will '
[produce clurins the season. 11
Edward Knoblauch, whose play, '?
[ "Tha Shnlanille," in which Lena Ash- ' "
wejl. Ww celebfated English actress. Is '
being starred In this country, is at
work on a dramatization of "Esthot CJ''
waters" for Vyette Gnllbert.
Richard Mnnsfleld has broken all at
tendance records at the Grand opera
house In Chicago with his production " 1
of 'Peer Gynt." Th edemand for seats
lias been so overwhelming that no v''
other play will he given and It will
have bean acted for live weeks consec- 'a'
ulively when the engagement ends
Ritla Johnson Young, with two sue- '"
cesses to her credit?"Brown of Harvard"
and "Glorious Betsy"?is at
work on a new play which will have Pi
ati early product ion on Broadway. One
of Mrs. Young's earliest and best hits
was a play called "Byron," In which wl
her husband, James Young, starred co
some seasons ago. or
tee aiul night, Friday. A company .
f imitators pt&uw.every vocal, mui-" :
ml or mechanical sound koorn to
<o human ear. In this detail as. in
isny others, Mr. Howe la not onl"
le pioneer, but without a peer. The
jhlbltlon Is, therefore, not only a n
srfteu reproduction of sight ami life (
lotion, hut no less a perfect Boundproduction.
These -neans mako'ev- ..
-- Si- ii.j... i-.i- 11
rv scene an uciumitj? u liviiis, wur.- ^
ig rea'lty" So many sound# are. .
nde In so many different ways by ^
Imple matter. But jl seems simple ..
nly because they are so.familiar, To
yproduce many of them requires not
uly skill btlt "tireless ingenuity. When w
n Imitator has mastered them, still Cl
lore Is required of him. He must reearse
them patiently for weeks so as
produce them in Instant unison with
le action in the picture. Just as It ^
ikes many months or research |n ev- '
' AT THE GRAND TO-NIGHT.
y qtiartr of the globe to colled is
table a programme as Mr. Howe
II present on this occasion, so, loo. "
tny weeks of rehearsal are required
develop ull lis possibilities or real- ^'
n. As no part of the program will
repeated In his succeeding visits,
ne should hesitate In secu-ing soats A<
rly for Hits engagement.
Dale M. Parker and Ella Bowman.
X'aJeelj Joseph and Anna A. David.
,evl Eupene RIphtmeyer and Mary ,
(I a led October 24, 100G; Mary ,
therlne Yosst to John J. Mitchell, f S
reel of land on the waters of BeneId
fork of Pawpaw creek; cousldemn.
Deed dated December.. 5,1901; J. At.
ort to Allen lUCfc, coai tihder n part
of land in Pawpaw district; conleratlnn,
Deed dated December 5,1901; J. AI. '
ort to Allen Rice. 1 '4 acres of land
Patvpaw district; consideration, 5
Dewl dated November 23, 1900; Dn- w"
1 AI. Ice ct ux. to liOltle M. Mason, hn
reel of land on (lie waters of llnf- b>'
o creek; consideration. $221.
Deed dated November 27, 190B; Mil;* fa
V. Dent and husband, lot In Wat- dr
n addition No. 2: consideration; ?.- "
- I an
Wants 200-pound Wife. j
)rt Edward Dispatch to the New to
Georpe Marshall, of Granville, a ^
dower, advertised for a wife who
old tip the beam at 200 pounds, was
posed to race suicide, was charitu- ?
y inclined, had a soft voice and
- ? ? ?" ' oniitd Knlro nnn/1
HOI uetnenaur, nuu wmu uanv iguvu
end. No society buttorlly. clulwo?n,
or physical culturist need apply,
A colored woman, drugging three
dldren, wets the first applicant. One
ixom. widow was up to requirements
every respect but weight. She trav- sc
3d seven;!, miles afoot, only to be
jected, Marshall has received seval
more applications, but none Is
Marshall is related (o members of
o German nobility. Becoming of- '
nded at his parents, he left his artscndle
home and vowed never lo re- Gl
rn or give any Information as to Ids
hereabouts. He has kept his de- pc
rinlnatlon slnco he came to this
r^r.twn vears ano. Fc
'WUblJt ? ? "
Marphull's wife died several yours :
;o. Every night after her death he
sited her grave, rain or shine, and
ibbetl oioitd for her return to lite. p<
ne night he disinterred her body.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
rom the New York Press.
A woman hates to argue so much wi
int she never docs it without argu- ?
g thai she isn't.
Some men ari so self-satisfied that
heq they have a dream about giving
way money they are proud of It when ^
ley vlake "P'
Life aems to be made up of mow?the
lawn when there is ho furawe
i bo stoked and when there irno
iswtlng 'to be 32
AYS HE HAS PO^R^'^UE-I^
'STATE MEMBERS OF DISMISSED
C0MPANIE8 ON PROOF
WASHINGTON. Nov. 28,-President
oosevelt holds that he hat the powr
to re-Instate In the army any of the
lembert of the three companies of
le Twenfy-nrth regiment of colored
ifantry, who were discharged without
opor, as a result of the trouute at
rownsrllle, Texas, some tine ago, If
ic circumstances of any Individual
ise justify Btich action. Whether he
III avail himself of that power, acirdlug
to tho President;\lll depend
ii such evidence as may be presented
> him In tho case of any one or .more
lldlors which will tend to clearly ex- :
ilpatc tlicni from any participation
i the incident. This is In conformnee
with the announcement Be made '
hlle away to Secretary Taft when '
te latter hod telegraphed the Presi-'ant,
staling that application had been,
lade by a number of persons for a
'-hearing. The President wnnts ovl;nce,
not deductions, as he told some <
' his callers, of non-participation, beire
anything mn.v he done.
Those who tallied with the President
1 the ntlijpcl found him unyielding 1
i his original 'stand In the mutter j
ith the exception 1 hat In Individual;
ines where the facts Warranted It. he
tld Ihe man might be reinstated.
Some statement Is expected from i
le While House in a few (lays uenng
the President's attitude and clearoutlining
his reasons for ordering
ie discharge of the three companies
' men. He is awaiting ceitaln data
nring on Ihe sulijeet ami tome com-;
unicatlons from persons Interested I
fore making any statemcntA
rom the New York San.
lie curfew's peal long since had ceased,
The (log star shone above;
melancholy collie sang
To his curly lady love.
Is lore ho chanted doggedly '
In plaintive barcarole;
jt from her kennel curtained close,
No courtesy cheered his soul.
Inst, his uncurbed seal Incurred
Her wrath. This canine bud :
twled out dogmatic curses deep
That curdled all his blood.
on't hound me so!" she curtly cried.
"Curtail your doggeral. Sure,
iless you do, ere next curfew
There will be one cur fewer."
Saturn was packing his gripsack for
little trip over Into ftaly.
'I've just got to do it," he said, "In f
ler to give the hoys in Ihe Latin ^
ikh their proper start In Roman his- *
For In llip most ancient lliues tlio
rat heroes had to be tholr own
ess agent#.?Chicago' Trllguin.
. -v - ' l '
SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN.
Rivaled by llama* flair Where
Dttndraff la Eradicated.
icnlekfn Is admired the world over for
softness and fflosslness; and yet the
man hair Is equally ns n fI and glossy
)un healthy; nndl the radic.i: unao of all
ir trouble la dandruff, which I* cnusod
a pestiferous parasite that sups the
tuIJty of the hair'at Its root. Newbro'a
*rplclde Is the only preparation that le
ral to the dandruff germ. Without dan-1
uff there is no falling hair, but a luxiant
growth or glossy,' soft, hnlr Is ?er-!
In. Scouring the scalp won't cure dan- i
uff. Kill the dandruff germ. Thous- 2
ids of women owe their beautiful suits
hair to Newbro's Herplclde. Sold by \
tdJng druggists. Send 10c. In stamps ?
The Ilerplcldo -Co., Detroit, Mich.
E. A. BilUngslea ft Co., special
Fish and oysters at Robb's, tf
iMWftfilf EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER
26, 1906, FAIRMONT, W. VA.
ally. JDnUy except Sunday. xSunday
?r WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA
A NEW YORK, No. 8.
3:2fi A. M.; No. 14, *1:33 P. M.; No. 4, .
8:40 P. M. (local to oraTton.j
TMBERI.AND ACCOM.. No. 2. !7:0I ,
IAFTON ACCOM.. No. 72, 10.61 A. M.
>r COLUMBUS A CHICAOO, No. 7.
2:24 A. M.; No. 71. *1.80 P. U.
?r WHEELING. No. 7. *2:24 A. M.: No.
17. 7:49 A. M. (local): No. 71. *1'*0
P. M. (local): NO. 86. 4:46 P. M.: No.
5, Cumberland Accom.. 10:26 P. M. t
>r CLARK8BURO A WESTON. Leava
No. 2. !7:06 A. M.: No. M. xR:00 A. M.:
No. 6. 11:88 T. M.I No. 4. !9:45 P. M.
Arrive. No. 3. !7:S8 A. M.: No. 1. 112:00
noon; No. 69. *8:20 P. M.; Na 6, 14:30
AIRMONT, MOROANTOWN * PITTSBURO
>r CONNBLLSVIIXB and PITTSBURG.
I.wive, No, 1. *5:00 A. M.: No,*, . 7:42
A M.: No. Bl. 2:15 A.M. Arrive. No.
50, " :10 P. Ml: No. 1, 17:20 P. M.; No.
4, 19:40 P. M.i No. 44, *0:40,
or MOROANTOWN. Lmyo. No. 09.
9:00 P. M. Arrive, No. 52. I?:15 A. K:
No. 46, *7:31 A. M.
PAW PAW BRANCH.
l^Al B^Drn^ StorMn $ 1.00
ANDERSON'S BON TON
_ ; ->v
anu wucap wfp
See the new Panama Skirts we ?w
sell for $4.50. in black, brown and
See our line of Silks, new and |
up-to-date. Our spedal Yarmoth
Silk at 85c beats them all for $1.00
Plenty of pretty Coats and Caps .
ART EMBROIDERY H
There's no discounting the beauty of band embroiders^
work. Done to order on doilies, centerpiece?, shirt waists |
and children's clothes. See
^ M. S.^WILLIAMS, for plain sewing. Rear of No.4l8,JMI
I PAINLESS DENTAL WORK. ?
C All Work Guaranteed, Lady Attendant.! ^
U Full Set of Teeth M.00 np ''Bridge Work M.M 'I
Ck Gold Crown*, 22k $8.00 Fine Gold Fillings 11,00 up
P s,Tt'ictlng25c, without pain.50o White Filling* ..... fM&
I Ov?r Poaatofflco, Fairmont, . ^
^5(4 ol Don't ru*h madly through thla nf||l
without a title thought about
Francis E. Nichols
Brady GonsiruGtlon filEnalneerlno Go. I; I
Principal Office, Union Trust Bldg* Parkersburg, W. Va, I
Branch Office, Jacobs Building, Fairmont, W. Va.1
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