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fi t /L BILLINSSLEA t CO.
&M?HBOULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER J
HB? 26, 1000, FAIRMONT, W. VA. ,
^^p?njr.4 IDally e'icept Sunday. xSunday ,
^fiFor WASmNOTOSrfBALTOrORE, PHII- ?
SB?': rarantnui. n. fjv.vi' vriRK. Mo, s. ?
?'i:?s p. h.; no. 4; '
HR&&& *8^19 P- M. (local to Grafton.) i
v)CT^MBEHLAND ACCOM.. No. 6, 57:00 j
\f: GRAFTON ACCOM.. No. 72. 10.51 A. M. 1
j&.f ... WESTBOUND. 1
. For COLUMBUS A CHICAGO, No. 7, 1
A. M.; No. 71. *1.30 P. M. \
gg? .For WHEELING, No. 7. '2:24 A. M.: No. ,
|B?AihJ7, *7:40 A. M. (local): No. 71. "1:30 '
teiiP. tt (local): No. S5, 4:45 P. M.: No. d
.CUmberlatid Accom., 10:26 P. ML (
|-' MONONQAH DIVISION.
H?r CLARKSBURG & WESTON. Leave
2. 17:05 A. M.: No. 66. *8:00 A. M.; C
Sg&j No. ?. 51:38 P. M.; No. 4. 59:45 P. M. .
^-Arrive. Np. 3, 57:38 A. M.; No. 1. 512:00 1
Era v; - noon; No.- 69, x8:30 P. M.; No. 6, 54:30 ?
- . . 1
FAIRMONT, MORGANTOWN A PITTS- i
f BURQ BRANCH. n
.For' CONNELLSVILLH and PITTSBURG. I!
feU.vLeHve. No. 1. *5:00 A. M.; No. 3. 57:4;
B^i^-'-A. M.: No. 51. *2:15 A.M. Arrive. No
KKJ*; *> ,60. *1:10-P. M.; No. 2, 57:20 P. M.; No
SE&-* 4, ,I9;40 M.; No. 44. x9:40.
flBiKSfer MbRQANTOWN. Leave, No. ?S
K$W. M. Arrive. No. 62. 16:55 A. M,. a
gp>i?. No.*7:32 A. M. ,,
fe ' ' ' , PAW PAW BRANCH.
?K~-. Monday. Wednesday and Saturday. "
Depart. No. 201, 7:00 A. M.| No. 203. 3
14:00 P. -M.
Arrive, No. 200, 8:55 A. 11; No. 202.
5:40 P. M
iofT till tl
Do your bu)
= best to buy.
?h 0 A FEW SUGGESTIONS SUIT,
S/ 0 ABLE Fon "HIM."
Topcoats, | 1 *
ri . ' Suits, ?
. . 8moklng Jackets, 1 1 I
Lounging Robes, t ' I
PI?. a Suit Cases, ' f
111^0 Fan(* Vests, ' ' S "
Mufflers, \ \ ^
' 0' Umbrellas, \ ' *
|M0 Pur Caps, H A
jppP Hats, "? * *
Cravats, ' \ j
! --0 Gloves, ' /
| J. Shirts,
A Cuff Buttons,
A Handkerchiefs, etc.
From tbe Phlla. North American.
Dr. Irene B. Billiard, or Had fori], recently
appointed by the general hospital
lioaril as third assistant physician
at the Eastern State Hospital for
the Insane, Williamsburg. Is the only
woman physician in the State, and
probably In the South, holding a government
Dr. Billiard la pretty and yet in Iter
twenties. Though her social Htamllng
la high, she cares nothing for galtles.
hilt has been a bookworm from a child,
reading literature far beyond her
years, while other girls played with
Dr. Billiard graduated from Wadsworth
High school. Radford, at an
early age. She attended a school at
Madison. Wis., afterward taking a profess'lonnl
course at Fnrmville, this
Stato. She taught for three years In
the public schools of,Pulaski county
after her graduation.
laired by the science of medicine,
she gave up the thought of sweethearts
and halls, and in time, obtained her degree
as a doctor. To do this, she first
became a trained nurse for several
rears, obtaining valuable experience.
She afterward began her medicu!
duration at the Boston Medical
School, where she spent ;i year before
tnleilns the Medical School of the
I'nlversity of Michigan, at. Ann Arbor.
\ftor three years at this Institution
the tvas graduated tvllh high standing,
ifter which she practiced with signal
tttccess for two years at Birmingham,
Via. hater she returned to her native
3title and took up Iter lift, work among:
ter own people.
She is called Into Importing consulnllon
by the oldest and wistesl pine j
itloncrs in Pulaski county, all of
vhom hold her In high regard because
if her learning and ability as a pjiynj-'
dun. Her work aniniig the women and
hlldren of Radford has been phenomenal.
Dr. Ballard Is the youngest daughter
if Mrs. Aletu 0. Billiard and the late
Daniel Billiard, who settled In Virgina
before the civil war. Though a naive
horn Virginian. She comes of Purton
stock, uniting the energy and pro;rcaslve
traits of the Yankee with the
rami heartedness and generous Imnilslveness
of the smith.
Christie. Fisher and Taylor pictures
t A. C. Klnkead's, Watson Hotel bulldog.
We always have please J you; let
s try this Xmos. CLYDE S. HOLT,
25 Main street.
Fish an?: oysters at Robb's. tfj
on't Put I
ring now 4
A A ^ 4 4 4 A A ^ A^ <
Boy's and Children,
and look around ;
UNION CLOTHING HO
Fairmont's Leading Clothier
MORCANTOWN, Dec. 21.?Mrs. Con
Elizabeth Harvey- Yeager, widow of berl
the late Lewis Armstrqi^ Yeager, and Pan
her brother, John Harvey, left Mor- E- 1
santown this morning; lor Huntington, neri
where lire. Yeager will make her home Pen
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. WIl:
Yeager, parents of the deceased, left ?- 1
on the six o'clock train last evening ?bj
for their home at Marlinton.
The affairs of the deceased have eDl*
freen pretty well settled up, and It Is
the desire of the widow to go to her
home as soon as possible. Mr. Yeager
left a will, written in his own
hand on June 11, 1906, without wit- ,n ch
nesses. In which he gives his. wife all Mm
the residue of .his estate, after the By t
payment of debts and funeral expenses titled
anil the payment of $300 to his broth- her, 1
er's two children, which is to be plac- me, tl
ed on interest until they reach their chanc
majority. Mr. Yeager Is Bald to have state
left an estate valued at between $8,- ters:
000 and $9,000, most of which is in coal "Eli
and timber lands, insurance, and build- settle
lng and loan association stock. son, I
Read the Dai'v West Virginian. | tiff's 1
5 6. ft. BONflAM,
5 Plumbina and J BniL3
Gas FittlDQ. I Z
3 217 Walnut Avenue, *
S Consolidated Phone 594 h the sai
J Bell Phone 421-R ? any of
v-* .r if F ter &
? ] ~ any pa
t < : same I
FAIRMONT PRE88INQ CO. commi;
First Class Pressing snd Repair- tlnent'
Ing Ladies' snd Man's now
MONTHLY RATE, UM. c(ich o
Work Called for snd Delivers*. cjj arc
Ball Phono?25W. cdon j
Consolidated Phono?SBC. ber| tg
t flee in
I ? ? ? ? s ? ? ?
a of refe
"" J ties ai
txMAs ; r;e,
m each o
W Nov. 3
Buy Here! |j j
Gifts that are the
m and I
V lew G
A id for
5 an do
# the ch
a like It.
NOW IS THE TIME TO HE AO J
OFF CHRISTMAS Me
WORRIES. % n.
and If you don't know what to w
give, the Union Clothing House ^ ma .
is the great answer of Christ- _
mas questions. Hundreds of IA I
useful gift things are here, and ^ <"*>!
many that cost little and yet' q
you'll not be ashamed to give. ? Mu
Every department of thin store 9
your requlremnts, and very will- J "
ing to save you money on all Q
purchases during this week. % Leseo
* * I-; J
Store op?n 0Y
USE Mr. 5 is
T ? M ~ . AH
oi&DCu u)rDiu, partner?, trau*
as Charles J. CArbJn k Sods; - 1
nbfrHnUUMOft . Hard^re^Co.m-, ?
y, a corporation: Hornor-Gailord ?ipany,
a corporation, arid Com- ?
land Gry Gooda .A,MfltiPP?jQ.om- ,
y, a corporation, against Charles
dunter pad Lewis J. Lough, part?,
tra<|4c. E. Hunter & Comy:
.jjy/'rthi arlngcn, trustee: Q
HiwpptlWj- ?..fiaivorth, A. H. |
rah' and' Mrs; A. M. Haworth, ?
Hers as Haworth ifc Dewhurat, =
ancery, In the Circuit Court of ^
Ion county. We?t Virginia. .
i decree entered tn the above encause
on the 13th day of Octo
90(5. said cause was referred to
le undersigned commissioner in
ery, with, directions to take,
and report the following mat- ?
st. He shall take, state and
the acocunts of J. R. Swearlnrnstcc
In the deed of trust of
ary 12, 1906, described In plain I
>111 anil ascertain what property I
. ilefendnnl firm of Charles B.
r & C*. came into his hands as J
trustee, whut disbursements. If
tnd what still remains In his
as such trustee. """
:ond. He shall ascertain the perproperty
owned or claimed byid
Charles E. Hunter and Lewis
igh individually, or as partners ^
1 firm of C. E. Hunter & Co.:
liat real estate, If any, Is ownthe
said Charles E. Hunter and
.1. Lough, the state and condi[
the bills thereto,
rd. He shall ascertain the debts
firm of C. E. Hunter & Company
are nana against me umus uj
ty in flio hands of said trustee, I /
liens against any other proper- '
led by said Charles E. Hunter
J. Lough, by whom held, their
five amounts and priorities,
irth. He shall ascertain what
date is owned by the defendant, _
co Hunter, and whether or not
me is liable for the payment of
the debts of the said C. E. HunCompany.*
h. And such other matters as
rty in Interest may require, the
>eing pertinent, or such as said
ssioner himself may deem per- i
whether so required or not."
. the above mentioned parties, '
plaintiffs and defendants, and
f them, and all others interesti
hereby notified that I have fixSaturday,
the 22d day of Decem06,
as the time, and my law ofthe
city of Fairmont, Marion
, West Virginia, as the place,
ecuting said decree and order
rence, and for hearing tho parid
all persons interested, and
evidence pertaining to the
it which time and place yeu and
f you are required to attend,
n under my hand this the 30th
November, 1900. '
T. N. PARKKS, ]
Commissioner in Chancery...
AN, and BUTCHER & BUTCH- J
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. .
0, Dec. 7-14-21.
? . i
buy and' sell all kinds second
Household goods. Clothing, etc. | 1
as Ranges and heaters exchang.; '
coal stoves, the only place you I
this in town. Jewelry bought j (
Id. The best place to sell; j
eapest place to buy?No other;
Send for our agent or call on
Second Hand Store J
id Auction House |
F. W. GARRETT, Prop,
Cons. Phone, 355.
sic for all Occasions c
: Reasonable Prices. v
(In, cornet and piano or any
combination of Inatrumants
T. IVANCICH, i f
Leader and Mgr. V
ins given on *11 instrument*. j
; New Oyster Depot
I OF THE BRIDGE, SOUTH
Good Select*, 45c.
1/2 Shells, 20c per dor.
In shelli, 20c per dor.
STER8 OPENED DAILY. II
ie, Bell 32?-R. Con. 248.
J.L. Zohlcke Prop,
'a'wnktadX Wa^o^HofJl'buIld- '
.... . - \
u administered. Lady attendant
Porcelain work ? specialty.
ruitCo. Building Fourth Floor,
(Bee honre: Pbonet:
8 to 18 a. m. Con. 211
1 to 5 p. m. Boll 367 L
M. EARLE MORGAN
Bill Block, oppoilte Marietta
This is one of the
nents possible only
Hacy Sectional BookC
Rapids. Come in and
Admired by so mi
louse wife interested i
Oriental Eug for a gii
3an find a nice selectio
ID Main Street. Nl
J PAINLESS DENTAL WORK. B
| AII.Work Qtmranteed. Lady Attendant.] ?
^ Gold Crowni, 2ZR .? ?. fD.UU rmo upw riuingi.t.. .ei. j up nu
) EzfscUsgSSc, wlthOutptln.GOc White Fllllniji........3
? Over Postofflco, F"?lrmont,
DICKERSON BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY IV
YELLOW PINE |
t Furniture Co.
pleasing arrang - , m
with the famous Cabinets $18.00 to J||
lase, made in Grand $28.00. J Hi
let us show you. Others $8.75 up.
).00 Hand Paintings, in oil, $4.25 I J|
While they last.
RIENTAL RUGS 11
my, you must not fail to see them. Any/]
n enriching her home would appreciate ahvl
r"t. Our prices are very reasonable. ToUjfS
n from $15 to $65. Others up to $1.26. |j
The Store of life DfeSSPractical
j|f fg, J<e| I
Useful J12-50 UP- V
Gifts Birds Eye Majpj?| |
* and GoldenTQak rl
Washington Work Tables
Tabdretts, Jardaniers, Costumers, I
i, Standing Mission Clocks,
er Rockers "Mission Rockers I )
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