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Booms 27 snd 28, Trust Bunding.
S. F. Ramige, Irs L. Smith.
SmII Howard N. Ogdsn. M. W. Ogden.
OGOEN A OGDEN,
Attorneys-at-Law.
| 10X Hall Block, Main street ConjS;jaeUtate'd
'phone, No. 87.
||pr>; JOHN L. LEHMAN,
LAWYER,
FAIRMONT, W. Va
Pj. Oflce. HaU Block ,
. C. H. LEEDS, ~
Attorney-at-Law,
jsV , . FAIRMONT, W. Va.
?{ :' ... Office, Opposite Court-hone*.
A. L. LEHMAN,
Attorney-at-Law,
K FAIRMONT, W. Va J
Oflce, Hall Blocli.
W. 8. MEREDITH,
I?1,: ; , Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va
? . . Offlce, Hall Block.
P HARRY 8HAW,
Lawyer,
"v! , COURT-HOUSE,
f|jg^ FAIRMONT, w. vs.
T. N. PARKS,
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va 0
Office Main St., Opposite Court-house.
A. S. FLEMING, :
I Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, W. Va
Office. 202 Main Street.
E. F. HARTLEY, y
Attorney-at-Law,
FAIRMONT, VV. Va
Office, First National Bank Building.
JA8. A. MEREDITH,
Attorney at Law,
FAIRMONT TRUST CO. BLDG,
FAIRMONT, W. Va. |_
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Office and Hospital, Morgant<
Both Phones
A OR. FAHRNEY
1| the only Teething Syrup thi
. jJWW.; Syrup aoleruiotberiuune. 1
to bottle eed call theirown. 1
' MI1HM9B onn,or"?ioodae"onn,or
difference. Write to nre^l
PHY81C1ANB.
DR3. HOWARD AND CARR.
ior, Main Street and Parka Avenui
Front Roomi, id Floor.
)fflce Houra?10-11 a. m.; 2-4 p. n>.
8 p. m.
n. R. JOnnsvn, m. u.,
notice Limited to tie Eye, Ear, Noa
and Throat.
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office, 225, Ptople'a Bank.
JOHN R. COOK, M. D?
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Office at Hospital.
DR. D. L. L. YOST,
teeidence, new building, Falrmon
Avenue.
F. W. HILL, M. D.
Offlce hours: ? Woman's Hospital
lulncy and Jackson streets, 1 to I
nd 6 to 7 p. m.; Rooms, 206 and 10'
acobs Building, Monroe street, 2 to I
nd 7 to 9 p. m.
OR. V. A. 8ELBY,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
Offlce Opposite Court-house.
W. C. I JESSE A, JAMISON,
Physicians and Surgeons,
MADISON STREET,
FAIRMONT. \V. Va.
DR. LEE LEMASTERS,
Osteopathic Physician,
ifflce Rooms, 20S and 209, Jacobl
RtilMtnp- Monroe Street. Bell
Phone, 197L.
DENTISTS.
DR. A. R. BADGLEY,
Dentist.
itallzed Air Given With Extractloi
If Desired. Prices Reasonable. All
Work Guaranteed.
DR. J. 0. McNEELY,
Dentist.
Main Street,
FAIRMONT, W. Va.
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fference J
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en's Clothes +
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have the "different kind +
he nifty kind-the kind *
e tailors copy.
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Satisfy Yourself ^
: us over A
on a few Garments J.
a pleasure to show such *
othing |
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an and Dentist,
tly Answered
maud Fairmont, W. Va.
CALL
'$ TEETHING SYRUP
it we make. We do not make an v Teething
Ve do not make Teething Syrup /or druggist*
Chore Is nootber Teething Syrup " made like "
Mata>at the same " aeoun There U a TlUl
Fahrney A Bon, Hageratown, Md., (mention
Bottle by mail. Price, tte. at drug stoma
UV TUI? UeJXtJXNE >
Gay New York.
It did take long for the big audi;
ence which went to Cram's theater
lost night to make np its mind that
- "Gay New York" was a good show and
from that time on every one was glad
they happened to be there. "Guy New
York" is a musical comedy with more
plot than the usual musical comedy
. has. The action circles around a
German tailor who gets his hat mixed v
with some one else while enjoying a g
lime online curing liih wins a uuseuce. g
. Mile. Florizell, a famous dancer, gets ?
Into the game and as the tailor's wife e
t returns unexpectedly the dancer Is g
Introduced into the family as Marie
Darcy, a graduate of Vassar. Of course
complications are Bure to follow and p
I, do follow as a matter of course. There
1 nre several love affairs running c
1 through the piece and enough music s
i to keep tilings jingling. p
Harry Emerson, who takes the part e
' of Herman Shultz, the German tailor, p
comes pretty near being the whole !j,
show. He Is one of the best fun mak- e
ers ever heard here and he never fail- jj
ed to make his audience laugh. With- v
out apparent effort he Is a good actor s,
and he does not have to resort to the g
time worn wooden shoe class to get e
tils German comedy. The principal s
feminine role in the piece Is taken by f|
MIbs Lillian Ploerleln. She is a good
t looking young woman who possesses
a strong soprano voice and this was; C
heard to advantage In Carissima, her!
Grand
Tuesdaj
The Big M
GAYr
With LILLIAN HC
An Entertainment of Frenz
_ J..
1 iransiait
THE i Formid*
MOST 1 IS
OUR FUN m
HARRY EMERSON
EDWARD ADAMS
EDWARD BRENNEN
RICHARD BARTLET
VIOLET RIO
And a Chorus of
NOTE?This is not a Bu
POWELL, Manager.
Car will run throug
PRICES: s
Seats
Souther
Life Insu
CHARLES
Capital $250,0(
A fiftnn.nno.nn omnmnfpft
The BEST LIFE INSURANi
policies share in the profits.
WRITE 1
C F r!PA1\JF
A. MU)
honu is moderately good looking
ind Is veil trained. The costumes are
torgeous and pleasing to the eye and
icenery looks as If It was made resently.
"Gay New York" Is a good
ihow, one which has enjoyed a long
un and one which will be on the road
or a long time before It Anally grows
oo old to be heard or seen again with
Measure.
The musical numbers In the piece
ire mostly good and the well known
ilnkey Dee song which was given by
smerson ana me mister Brown cnorla
was the hit of the show. Other i
ood songs are a Message from Mars,
lallie, On the Links and the patriotic
narch song which Is heard near the ;
nd of the show.? Columbus (Ind)
Ivenlng Republican.
The Wrong Eggi.
Yom the Richmond Times.
O. D. Plus, a farmer of Caroline
ounty. tells the following remarkable I
tory: He says he was plowing with a
air of norses on his farm and turnd
up a nest containing what he suposed
to he turtle eggs. He put them
l his pocket to carry them home and I
xperlment with them as to their
atchlng Qualities. Some time later, 1
rhen he look up bts coat, he felt
omcihlng moving, and upon lnvestlatlon
found that the eggs hud batch- t
d and Ills pocket was full of young
nakes. He did not experiment any
jrther.
Whatever you want you must sec
lyde S. Holt as we have It for Xmns. '
CLYDE S. HOLT. a
Opera
i, Decembf
'usical Comedy With
VEWl
)ERLEIN and HAI
led run and entrancing fflu
id from the German. Six
erdable Array of Voce
ting Girls Ever Asser
Eul Musical Comedy
iKERS AND EN1
LILLIA>
MAGDA
OLLIE C
T FLOREM
BESSIE
30 Gorgeously Go
rlesque Show, but a first-class
to Gypsy after t
J.00, 75c, 50,
5 on Sale Saturch
n States !
trance C<
3TON, WEST VIRC
DO.OO Surplus
of safety and every dollar in
CE at the lowest rates consist
Mutual protection, mutual inl
FOR INFORMA
General Ager
f^^BALTIMORE&OHI0
RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER
26. 1906, FAIRMONT. W. VA.
Dally. !Daily except Sunday. xSundaj
only
castbound.
For WABHINOTON. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
ft NEW YORK. No. 8,
3:26 A. M.; No. 14, *1:33 P. M.; No. 4.
6:40 P. M. (local to Orarton.)
CUMBERLAND ACCOM.. No. ?, 17:01
A. MSRAFTON
ACCOM., No. 72. 10.61 A. U.
westbound.
For COLUMBUS St CHICAGO. No. 7.
2:24 A.^M.; No. 71, *1.30 P. m.
For WHEEL.IMJ. no. 7. a. no.
17, *7:40 A. M. (local): No. 71. *1:30
P. M. (local): No. 65, 4:45 P. M.: No.
6, Cumberland Accom., 10:25 P. AL
MONONGAH DIVISION.
For CLARKSBURG & WESTON. Leave
No. 2. !7:05 A. M.: No. 66. *8:00 A. M.:
No. 6. 11:38 P. M.; No. 4, !9:45 P. M.
Arrive. No. 3. !7:38 A. M.; No. 1. ! 12:00
noon: No. 69, x8:30 P. M.; No. 6. !4:30
P. M.
FAIRMONT, MOpGANTOWN 41 PITTSBURG
BRANCH.
For CONNELL8VILLE and PITTSBURG.
Leave. No. 1. *5:00 A. 51.: No. 3. 17:4.
A. M.: No. 61. *2:16A.M. Arrive. No
CO, M:10 P. M.; No. 2, !7:20 P. M.; Nc
4, !9:40 P. M.I No. 14. x9:40.
For MORGANTOWN. Leave. No. #9
9:00 P. M. Arrive, No. 62. !6:55 A. M.,
No. 66. x7:32 A. M.
PAW PAW BRANCH:
Monday. Wednesday and Saturday.
Depart. No. 201, 7:00 A. M.; No. 203
1:00 P. M.
Arrive. No. 200, 8:55 A. M.; No. 202.
i:4Q P. M
TV
nouse
:r llth,
l a Story.
fORK
^RY EMERSON. \
a
sic I
Months Run in Berlin
ilists and Dancers. ;
nbled.
Extant.
"ERTAINERS J
E
r HOERLEIN
H. FOY
)MEGA
ICE CLEMENTS
BARTELL
iwned Beauties.
i Musical Comedy.?J. E.
:he Performance. =
and 25c.
*y.
Mutual
jmpany
jINIA.
$50,000.00
vested in West Virginia
ant with safety, and all
tereats, inutnal profits.
TION.
it, Wheeling.
Have you been saying over and over to yoon^^B
"What shall it bef" Day |fter day hundreds of peo- |
pie ask themselves that question, and day after day
it goes unanswered. -> '&&&
For no amount of at-home imagining will recall'to If
mind even a small portion of the articles that enter
into the consideration?and until you have seen OCB
stock you will fall far short of knownig the pleasure
of choosing from lieaped-up values.
Our stock answers all I 9
A visit here will reveal "suitables" to make chooaing
easy for you. And though Xmas is still a feW : *
weeks away?it's a pleasurable time to shop ?
crowds, ample time, and stocks without a deat in J
this Xmas jewelry will I 9
again as usual. Each succeeding Christmas make*s'ijl
greater demands upon us. This year we are ready dwj
lor the "biggest yet." Have more of everything.'
And while the variety is just about endless, there is ifc
I also that daintiness, that charm that is a part of I H
every well-chosen jowelry stock.
As we hinted?be ahead of the crowd. Glad to give -
you all the time you ask. Glad to lay aside yoqr gfr.
lections until the eventful day.
RibeMaffer & Brevnfleld, I 1
The Leading Jewelers
Brady Gonmtion & EiHieerlwi Go. |1
Principal Office, Union Trust BIdg., Parkersburg, W. Va, I
Branch Office, Jacobs Building, Fairmont, W. Va.
ART EMBROIDERY J
There's no discounting the beauty of hand' embroidery |
vork. Done to order on doilies, centerpieces, shirt waists 1
ind children's clothes. See
M. S. WILLIAMS, for plain sewing. Rear of No. 418, j
SAML. B. HOLBERT. EDW. F. HOLBERT.
: tie leaning guhu iusrmcb m
* UNDERWRITERS
.'^COBS BUILDING) , FAIRMONT, W. VA
L^.|] ?^T11 'j |
H jVy^yy
| The Building of a Drug Business I ||M
I Why is it that thi* store deserves and wins your preference?
Here is the answer in a nutshell.
Because we give you a square deal In everything you buy ? becaoM > H
we look at l>rug Store keeping front' your standpoint. You find that out I r
every time you trade here.
We believe in doing things a little bit better than ordinary, and it iair^B
by doing things a little bit better than ordinary that our business building 1 ^KpjgM^H
is accomplished.
There's a difference between the ordinary and better-thaaordiiuLiY q?
store, just as there is a difference between the "cheap" drag store and I^M
the "fair priced" drag (tore. The "cheap" store or the ordinary store is I
a dangerous atore to patronize, especially if it Is a drug store. ' Your dqctgevjfl
knows that, and your doctor alio Jnuwt that Hit tten it* Hi Mir than I
u.li. .k.,... ?un ..n i
IH t/,r crtimary iirtif irari ? irk ? is leiuuie ? uui ? ?ui >uu mi aiuga .. _
I and medicines that are pun and fresh, and st the tame time we sell evety- i fl
| thing ?!?fair price.

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