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-. Booms 27 ud 28, Trust Building. "; a. F. Ramage, Ira L. Smith. P'liisL, Com. Phone, 6S1. f? Howard N. Ojdan. M. W. Ogden. % OMEN & OGDEN, lpSp^$.'; Attorneys-at-Law. Hftia S? ioi Hall Block, Mala street Con 'phone, 'No. 37. I JOHN L. LEHMAN, LAWYER, FAIRMONT, W. V?. t Ogee, Hall Block. C. H. LEEDS, (Attorney-at-Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va , Pica, Oppoalte Court-hoasa. A. L. LEHMAN, Attorney-at-Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va 1,- Office, HaU Block. W. 8. MEREDITH, ' ? Attorney-at-Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va Office, Hall Block. HARRY 8HAW, Lawyer, COURT-HOUSE, fc FAIRMONT, W. Va T. N. PARKS, Attorney-at-Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va Mea Main St, Opposite Court-house, I A. S. FLEMING, Attorney-at-Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va Offlce. 202 Main Street E. F. HARTLEY, Attorney-at-Law, FAIRMONT, W. Va Dace, First National Bank Building. JA8. A. MEREDITH, Attorney at Law, FAIRMONT TRUST CO. BLDG, FAIRMONT, W. Va. 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.4.4. +1 ? * T 5 W n : A + ^ : Hi * I Hr ill * I14 s r ^ + ?fr * We are the exc * J this ci p.. *r + t HOWARD IJ STACY-ADA * None Better Ma + + t CAM R I unni u> J Head to Fo< DR. H. B. BA iVeterinary Surg All Calls Prom; :'A Office and Hospital, Morgan Both Phones fit ?JLFS 8rrepu?'rer?no&nS?. /wmkUBQmMB to bottle and call their own. RP9R If WO lot *M? Tr OH. Cor. Main Street and Parks Avenue Front Rooma, 2d Floor. ' Office Hours?10-11 a. m.; 2-t p. m.; 7-8 p. m. H. R. JOHNSON, M. D., Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. FAIRMONT, W. Vs. Office. 226. 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 and Jackson streets, 1 to 2 and 6 to 7 p. m.; Rooms 206 and 107 Jacobs Building, Monroe street, 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. DR. V. A. SEL^Y, FAIRMONT, W. Va. Olllce Opposite Court-house. W. C. & JESSE A. JAMISON, ' Physicians and Surgeons, MADISON STREET, FAIRMONT. W. Va. DR. LEE LEMASTERS, Osteopathic Physician. Office Rooms, 208 and 209, Jacobs Building, Monroe Street Bell Phone, 197L. DENTISTS. ? DR. A. R. BADGLEY, Dentist. Vitalized Air Given With Extraction If Deaired. Prices Reasonable. All Work Guaranteed. DR. J. 0. McNEELY, Dentin. Main Street, FAIRMONT, W. Va. ' ^ ^| here's a J ifference +j * in + j f : len's Clothes |i ^ | i have the "different kind 1j: the nifty kind-the kind + he tailors copy. + * $ I ("Satisfy Yourself 4 ! >k us over + i y on a few Garments + ; a pleasure to show such * Nothing * * lusive agents in * ty of * * HATS and t + MS SHOES | + Lde-Try Them * j. , ISEMAN' | ot Outfitters * RTHOLOIA/, eon and Dentist. ptly Answered ton and Fairmont, W. Va. CALL. Y'S TEETHING SYRUP that ire nike. We do not mike ht Teething We do not make Teething Syrup tor druggliu . There iianother TeethlnjBjrap " made nke " or " eboul (he ume" u oun. There le ? vital WSSSQ S?Si.HSW^U0,sr JDY IBS GENUINE IT 18 REFRESHING. "Qulncy Adams 8awyer" Is Like a Tonic to Theater-goers. There Is no question that, In these itrenuous days of business life, when competition Is so fierce that those who succeed do so only at the expense of a tremendous output of energy, the majority of the people who sttend the theater do bo to be taken out of themselves. They seek In the play house recreation and relaxation lor their nervous organization. They do not care to study the problems nor to be unduly excited. To this much of the Success of "Qulncy Adams Sawyer" Is doubtless due for as a celebrated dramatic critic of the middle States has expressed It, the play comes "like a crisp and refreshing autumn breeze, straight from the hills of New England bringing with It the sweet aroma of the woods and the homely music of the farmyard." No one who sees It can rise from his seat at the close of the performance without feeling refreshed. The play Is a tonic In Its brightness apd Its total freedom from the hackneyed and the conventional. As a rural drama It is quite unlike all other plays of its class. Its sentiment possesses a quaint and delicate unobstrnsiveness that Is quite Its own. One great charm Is its exceeding fidelity to nature. This appears even ui gnu Ma The Big ] GAY i i With LILLIAN H I An Entertainment of Fret Transla THEi Formit MOST j sr5S OUR FUN M HARRY EMERSON EDWARD ADAMS TfnWARH RRRNttT? RICHARD BARTLI VIOLET RIO And a Chorus < NOTE?This is not a I POWELL, Manager. Car will run throi PRICES: Sea Soyuthei Lifelnsi CHARL] Capital $250,C A ?300,000.00 guarant The BEST LIFE INSURA policies share in the profits. WRITE S. F. CRANE variably creates Is of a kind that no one can regret. Those vbo see this play at the Grand Opera House on Monday, December 10, wit) realize why it is that "Quincy Adams Sawyer" has a popularity so peculiar to itself. "Gay. New York." In these times of utter disregard for motive It la more than gratifying to know that in "Gay New York," which will ho (riven Its Inltinl Inrnl honrilni* at tbe Grand next Tuesday night, we are to hare a musical comedy fashioned on plot principles and that the actors are not obliged to trade through an uncertain sea of merriment In order to Insure an evening ol rationally amusing pastime. Another and still greater ioy will be the admiration of pretty girls, without Inquiring Into the reasons for their opportune appearance to sing and carert in the most approved manner. These are same things to be thankful for, and if the other novel features promised in "Gay New York" are on an equal standing of originality an entertainment of more than expected pleasure can confidently be counted upon. Piles get quick relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Remember, it's made nlone for Plies?nnd It works with certainty and satisfaction. Itching, painful, protruding, or blind piles illiinnnooi' lllfh moHf hv (fa noa frv ?iioa|i|ibui ni?v wj u>)vi * ? J I It and see! E. A. Blllingslea & Co. I Opera y, Decembi VEusical Comedy Witl iv ynxirr 1 iMnw : iOERLEIN and HA 3 " f If'-. izied Fun and Entrancing M ited from the German. Si derdable Array of Voc ating Girls Ever Asse sful Musical Comedy AKERS AND EN LILLIA MAGDi IN OLLIE ITT FLORE BESSIE I! )f 30 Gorgeously G Jurlesque Show, but a first-cla igh to Gypsy after $1.00, 75c, 50, ,ts on Sale Saturd . JL . VN/ urance C ESTON, WEST VIR r?A c. i .. /wvy.v/vy ^uipiui ee of safety and every dollar i NCE at the lowest rateB consis Mutual protection, mutual ii FOR INFORM; !, General Age SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBEI 20. 1906. FAIRMONT. W. VA. Dally. IDally except Sunday. xSundi] only. EASTBOUND. On. tVAHITTWnTAW RAT.TIMftRE PRn. ADELPHIA & NEW YORK. No. 8 3:25 A. M.; No. 14. *1:33 P. M.; No. 4 8:40 P. M. (local to Grafton.) CUMBERLAND ACCOM., No. I, I7:(X A M. GRAFTON AjCCOM., No. 72, *10.51 A 11 WESTBOUND. For COLUMBUS ft CHICAGO, No. 7 2:24 A. M.; No. 71. *1.30 P. M. For WHEELING. No. 7. *2:24 A. M.; No 17. *7:40 A. M. (local): No. 71. *1:31 P. M. (local): No. 55, 4:45 P. M.: No 5, Cumberland Accom., 10:25 P. M. MONONGAH DIVISION. For CLARKSBURG & WESTON. Leave No. 2. !7:05 A. M.: No. 66. *8:00 A. M. No. 6. !1:38 P. M.I No. 4. 19:45 P. M Arrive. No. 3. !7:38 A. M.: No. 1. I12:0? noon; No. 69, *8:30 P. M.; No. 5, 14:311 P. M. FAIRMONT, MORGANTOWN ft PITTSBURG BRANCH. For CONNELLSVILLB and PITTSBURG, Leave. No. 1. *5:00 A. M.; No. 3. 17:4. A. M.: No. 51. *2:15 A. M. Arrive, No 50. *1:10 P. M.; No. 2, 17:20 P. M.; Nc 4. 19:40 P. M.; No. 44, *9:40. For MORGANTOWN. Leave. No. 69 9:00 P. M. Arrive, No. 62, 16:55 A. M., I No. 66. *7:32 A. M. PAW PAW BRANCH. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Depart. No. 201, 7:00 A. M.; No. 20J 4:00 P. M. Arrive. No. 200, 8:55 A. M.; No. 202, R:40 P. M House er llth, h a Story. ifORK RRY EMERSON, usic x Months Run in Berlin :alists and Dancers, mbled. Extant. TERTAINERS N HOERLEIN L H. EOY OMEGA NCE CLEMENTS ! BARTELL owned Beauties. as Musical Comedy.?J. E. the Performance. and 25c. lay. Mutual ompany GINIA. 3 $50,000.00 nvested in West Virginia itent witli safety, and all aterests, mutual profits. moN. nt, Wheeling. 1 Have you been saying over and over to yourael$||jl "What shall it bet" Day after day hundreds oftfg??j8 pie ask themselves that question, and day aft^r dajr ' ^j __________I j For no amount of at-home imagining will reoattio^?|| mind even a small portion of the articles that enter'- ^ into the consideration?and until you have seen OUj?v|l slock you will fall fur short of knownig the pleasure;!;* 01* choosing from lieaped-up values. Our stock answers all ' I' n x ' A visit here will reveal "suitables" to make okoo*JS|M ing easy for you. And though Xraas is still a few I <! weeks away?it s a pleasurable time to shop no j crowds, ample time, and stocks without a dent m-Sfl tliem. I this Xmas jewelry will 11 again as usual. Each succeeding Christmas makes I greater demands upon us. This year we are readjr. ^ for the "biggest yet." Have more of everything.; And while the variety is just about endless, there is :Rs| also that daintiness, that charm that is a part of I 1 every well-chosen jewelry stock. As we hinted?be ahead of the crowd. Glad to give ?<j you all the time you ask. Glad to lay aside your se- I j lections until the eventful day. BilieMaffer & Brovnfleld, II Brado Gonsmtlon & Enolneerlna Go. |fl Principal Office, Union Trust BIdg, Parkersburg, W. Va,| Branch Office, Jacobs Building, Fairmont, W. Va. ART EMBROIDERV 1 There's no discounting the beauty of hand embrpidei7 d work. Done to order on doilies, centerpieces, shirt waistiji and children's clothes. See M. S.^TILLIAMS, for plain sewing. Rear of No. 4J8, a ?? SAML. B. HOLBERT. EOW. F. HOLBERT. 1 : urn pcdt nniiTurnc i I j IIULULIII UIIUI IILHtlj J | UNDERWRITERS - t'ACOBS BUILDING, FAIRMONT, W. VA J I The Building of a Drug Business! 19 li TT# U the answer in a nutshell. I) Because we give you a square deal in everything you buy?became ' | we look at Drug Store keeping from your standpoint. You find that out Ii I I every time you trade here. , ill We believe in doing things a little bit better than ordinary, and it !* TIB I by doing things a little bit better than ordinary that oar business building II is accomplished. There's a difference between the ordinary and better-thsn-ordinarr IB store, jutt as there is a difference between the "cheap" drag store ana ' the "fair priced" drug (tore. The "cheap"storeor the ordinary itbre id I a dangerous store to potronue, especially it it is a drag store. Your doctor . I knosrs that, and your doctor alio tuomu tint Ml ttort it a Ut hlltr than I tit ordinary drug ttort ? that it Is reliable?that we will sell only drags hH and medicines that are pure end fresh, and at the sitae time we sell every, til -thhtgat a fair pries.